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from __future__ import print_function
# Script Name : ping_servers.py
# Author : Craig Richards
# Created : 9th May 2012
# Last Modified : 14th May 2012
# Version : 1.1
# Modifications : 1.1 - 14th May 2012 - CR Changed it to use the config directory to store the server files
# Description : This script will, depending on the arguments supplied will ping the servers associated with that application group.
import os # Load the Library Module
import subprocess # Load the Library Module
import sys # Load the Library Module
filename = sys.argv[0] # Sets a variable for the script name
if '-h' in sys.argv or '--h' in sys.argv or '-help' in sys.argv or '--help' in sys.argv: # Help Menu if called
print('''
You need to supply the application group for the servers you want to ping, i.e.
dms
swaps
Followed by the site i.e.
155
bromley''')
sys.exit(0)
else:
if (len(sys.argv) < 3): # If no arguments are passed,display the help/instructions on how to run the script
sys.exit ('\nYou need to supply the app group. Usage : ' + filename + ' followed by the application group i.e. \n \t dms or \n \t swaps \n then the site i.e. \n \t 155 or \n \t bromley')
appgroup = sys.argv[1] # Set the variable appgroup as the first argument you supply
site = sys.argv[2] # Set the variable site as the second argument you supply
if os.name == "posix": # Check the os, if it's linux then
myping = "ping -c 2 " # This is the ping command
elif os.name in ("nt", "dos", "ce"): # Check the os, if it's windows then
myping = "ping -n 2 " # This is the ping command
if 'dms' in sys.argv: # If the argument passed is dms then
appgroup = 'dms' # Set the variable appgroup to dms
elif 'swaps' in sys.argv: # Else if the argment passed is swaps then
appgroup = 'swaps' # Set the variable appgroup to swaps
if '155' in sys.argv: # If the argument passed is 155 then
site = '155' # Set the variable site to 155
elif 'bromley' in sys.argv: # Else if the argument passed is bromley
site = 'bromley' # Set the variable site to bromley
logdir = os.getenv("logs") # Set the variable logdir by getting the OS environment logs
logfile = 'ping_' + appgroup + '_' + site + '.log' # Set the variable logfile, using the arguments passed to create the logfile
logfilename = os.path.join(logdir, logfile) # Set the variable logfilename by joining logdir and logfile together
confdir = os.getenv("my_config") # Set the variable confdir from the OS environment variable - 1.2
conffile = (appgroup + '_servers_' + site + '.txt') # Set the variable conffile - 1.2
conffilename = os.path.join(confdir, conffile) # Set the variable conffilename by joining confdir and conffile together - 1.2
f = open(logfilename, "w") # Open a logfile to write out the output
for server in open(conffilename): # Open the config file and read each line - 1.2
ret = subprocess.call(myping + server, shell=True, stdout=f, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT) # Run the ping command for each server in the list.
if ret == 0: # Depending on the response
f.write (server.strip() + " is alive" + "\n") # Write out that you can receive a reponse
else:
f.write (server.strip() + " did not respond" + "\n") # Write out you can't reach the box
print ("\n\tYou can see the results in the logfile : " + logfilename); # Show the location of the logfile
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