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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
'''
The static grains, these are the core, or built in grains.
When grains are loaded they are not loaded in the same way that modules are
loaded, grain functions are detected and executed, the functions MUST
return a dict which will be applied to the main grains dict. This module
will always be executed first, so that any grains loaded here in the core
module can be overwritten just by returning dict keys with the same value
as those returned here
'''
# Import python libs
from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals
import os
import socket
import sys
import re
import platform
import logging
import locale
import uuid
from errno import EACCES, EPERM
import datetime
import warnings
import time
# pylint: disable=import-error
try:
import dateutil.tz
_DATEUTIL_TZ = True
except ImportError:
_DATEUTIL_TZ = False
__proxyenabled__ = ['*']
__FQDN__ = None
# Extend the default list of supported distros. This will be used for the
# /etc/DISTRO-release checking that is part of linux_distribution()
from platform import _supported_dists
_supported_dists += ('arch', 'mageia', 'meego', 'vmware', 'bluewhite64',
'slamd64', 'ovs', 'system', 'mint', 'oracle', 'void')
# linux_distribution deprecated in py3.7
try:
from platform import linux_distribution as _deprecated_linux_distribution
def linux_distribution(**kwargs):
with warnings.catch_warnings():
warnings.simplefilter("ignore")
return _deprecated_linux_distribution(**kwargs)
except ImportError:
from distro import linux_distribution
# Import salt libs
import salt.exceptions
import salt.log
import salt.utils.dns
import salt.utils.files
import salt.utils.network
import salt.utils.path
import salt.utils.pkg.rpm
import salt.utils.platform
import salt.utils.stringutils
from salt.ext import six
from salt.ext.six.moves import range
if salt.utils.platform.is_windows():
import salt.utils.win_osinfo
# Solve the Chicken and egg problem where grains need to run before any
# of the modules are loaded and are generally available for any usage.
import salt.modules.cmdmod
import salt.modules.smbios
__salt__ = {
'cmd.run': salt.modules.cmdmod._run_quiet,
'cmd.retcode': salt.modules.cmdmod._retcode_quiet,
'cmd.run_all': salt.modules.cmdmod._run_all_quiet,
'smbios.records': salt.modules.smbios.records,
'smbios.get': salt.modules.smbios.get,
}
log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
HAS_WMI = False
if salt.utils.platform.is_windows():
# attempt to import the python wmi module
# the Windows minion uses WMI for some of its grains
try:
import wmi # pylint: disable=import-error
import salt.utils.winapi
import win32api
import salt.utils.win_reg
HAS_WMI = True
except ImportError:
log.exception(
'Unable to import Python wmi module, some core grains '
'will be missing'
)
HAS_UNAME = True
if not hasattr(os, 'uname'):
HAS_UNAME = False
_INTERFACES = {}
def _windows_cpudata():
'''
Return some CPU information on Windows minions
'''
# Provides:
# num_cpus
# cpu_model
grains = {}
if 'NUMBER_OF_PROCESSORS' in os.environ:
# Cast to int so that the logic isn't broken when used as a
# conditional in templating. Also follows _linux_cpudata()
try:
grains['num_cpus'] = int(os.environ['NUMBER_OF_PROCESSORS'])
except ValueError:
grains['num_cpus'] = 1
grains['cpu_model'] = salt.utils.win_reg.read_value(
hive="HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE",
key="HARDWARE\\DESCRIPTION\\System\\CentralProcessor\\0",
vname="ProcessorNameString").get('vdata')
return grains
def _linux_cpudata():
'''
Return some CPU information for Linux minions
'''
# Provides:
# num_cpus
# cpu_model
# cpu_flags
grains = {}
cpuinfo = '/proc/cpuinfo'
# Parse over the cpuinfo file
if os.path.isfile(cpuinfo):
with salt.utils.files.fopen(cpuinfo, 'r') as _fp:
for line in _fp:
comps = line.split(':')
if not len(comps) > 1:
continue
key = comps[0].strip()
val = comps[1].strip()
if key == 'processor':
grains['num_cpus'] = int(val) + 1
elif key == 'model name':
grains['cpu_model'] = val
elif key == 'flags':
grains['cpu_flags'] = val.split()
elif key == 'Features':
grains['cpu_flags'] = val.split()
# ARM support - /proc/cpuinfo
#
# Processor : ARMv6-compatible processor rev 7 (v6l)
# BogoMIPS : 697.95
# Features : swp half thumb fastmult vfp edsp java tls
# CPU implementer : 0x41
# CPU architecture: 7
# CPU variant : 0x0
# CPU part : 0xb76
# CPU revision : 7
#
# Hardware : BCM2708
# Revision : 0002
# Serial : 00000000
elif key == 'Processor':
grains['cpu_model'] = val.split('-')[0]
grains['num_cpus'] = 1
if 'num_cpus' not in grains:
grains['num_cpus'] = 0
if 'cpu_model' not in grains:
grains['cpu_model'] = 'Unknown'
if 'cpu_flags' not in grains:
grains['cpu_flags'] = []
return grains
def _linux_gpu_data():
'''
num_gpus: int
gpus:
- vendor: nvidia|amd|ati|...
model: string
'''
if __opts__.get('enable_lspci', True) is False:
return {}
if __opts__.get('enable_gpu_grains', True) is False:
return {}
lspci = salt.utils.path.which('lspci')
if not lspci:
log.debug(
'The `lspci` binary is not available on the system. GPU grains '
'will not be available.'
)
return {}
# dominant gpu vendors to search for (MUST be lowercase for matching below)
known_vendors = ['nvidia', 'amd', 'ati', 'intel', 'cirrus logic', 'vmware', 'matrox', 'aspeed']
gpu_classes = ('vga compatible controller', '3d controller')
devs = []
try:
lspci_out = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} -vmm'.format(lspci))
cur_dev = {}
error = False
# Add a blank element to the lspci_out.splitlines() list,
# otherwise the last device is not evaluated as a cur_dev and ignored.
lspci_list = lspci_out.splitlines()
lspci_list.append('')
for line in lspci_list:
# check for record-separating empty lines
if line == '':
if cur_dev.get('Class', '').lower() in gpu_classes:
devs.append(cur_dev)
cur_dev = {}
continue
if re.match(r'^\w+:\s+.*', line):
key, val = line.split(':', 1)
cur_dev[key.strip()] = val.strip()
else:
error = True
log.debug('Unexpected lspci output: \'%s\'', line)
if error:
log.warning(
'Error loading grains, unexpected linux_gpu_data output, '
'check that you have a valid shell configured and '
'permissions to run lspci command'
)
except OSError:
pass
gpus = []
for gpu in devs:
vendor_strings = gpu['Vendor'].lower().split()
# default vendor to 'unknown', overwrite if we match a known one
vendor = 'unknown'
for name in known_vendors:
# search for an 'expected' vendor name in the list of strings
if name in vendor_strings:
vendor = name
break
gpus.append({'vendor': vendor, 'model': gpu['Device']})
grains = {}
grains['num_gpus'] = len(gpus)
grains['gpus'] = gpus
return grains
def _netbsd_gpu_data():
'''
num_gpus: int
gpus:
- vendor: nvidia|amd|ati|...
model: string
'''
known_vendors = ['nvidia', 'amd', 'ati', 'intel', 'cirrus logic', 'vmware', 'matrox', 'aspeed']
gpus = []
try:
pcictl_out = __salt__['cmd.run']('pcictl pci0 list')
for line in pcictl_out.splitlines():
for vendor in known_vendors:
vendor_match = re.match(
r'[0-9:]+ ({0}) (.+) \(VGA .+\)'.format(vendor),
line,
re.IGNORECASE
)
if vendor_match:
gpus.append({'vendor': vendor_match.group(1), 'model': vendor_match.group(2)})
except OSError:
pass
grains = {}
grains['num_gpus'] = len(gpus)
grains['gpus'] = gpus
return grains
def _osx_gpudata():
'''
num_gpus: int
gpus:
- vendor: nvidia|amd|ati|...
model: string
'''
gpus = []
try:
pcictl_out = __salt__['cmd.run']('system_profiler SPDisplaysDataType')
for line in pcictl_out.splitlines():
fieldname, _, fieldval = line.partition(': ')
if fieldname.strip() == "Chipset Model":
vendor, _, model = fieldval.partition(' ')
vendor = vendor.lower()
gpus.append({'vendor': vendor, 'model': model})
except OSError:
pass
grains = {}
grains['num_gpus'] = len(gpus)
grains['gpus'] = gpus
return grains
def _bsd_cpudata(osdata):
'''
Return CPU information for BSD-like systems
'''
# Provides:
# cpuarch
# num_cpus
# cpu_model
# cpu_flags
sysctl = salt.utils.path.which('sysctl')
arch = salt.utils.path.which('arch')
cmds = {}
if sysctl:
cmds.update({
'num_cpus': '{0} -n hw.ncpu'.format(sysctl),
'cpuarch': '{0} -n hw.machine'.format(sysctl),
'cpu_model': '{0} -n hw.model'.format(sysctl),
})
if arch and osdata['kernel'] == 'OpenBSD':
cmds['cpuarch'] = '{0} -s'.format(arch)
if osdata['kernel'] == 'Darwin':
cmds['cpu_model'] = '{0} -n machdep.cpu.brand_string'.format(sysctl)
cmds['cpu_flags'] = '{0} -n machdep.cpu.features'.format(sysctl)
grains = dict([(k, __salt__['cmd.run'](v)) for k, v in six.iteritems(cmds)])
if 'cpu_flags' in grains and isinstance(grains['cpu_flags'], six.string_types):
grains['cpu_flags'] = grains['cpu_flags'].split(' ')
if osdata['kernel'] == 'NetBSD':
grains['cpu_flags'] = []
for line in __salt__['cmd.run']('cpuctl identify 0').splitlines():
cpu_match = re.match(r'cpu[0-9]:\ features[0-9]?\ .+<(.+)>', line)
if cpu_match:
flag = cpu_match.group(1).split(',')
grains['cpu_flags'].extend(flag)
if osdata['kernel'] == 'FreeBSD' and os.path.isfile('/var/run/dmesg.boot'):
grains['cpu_flags'] = []
# TODO: at least it needs to be tested for BSD other then FreeBSD
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/var/run/dmesg.boot', 'r') as _fp:
cpu_here = False
for line in _fp:
if line.startswith('CPU: '):
cpu_here = True # starts CPU descr
continue
if cpu_here:
if not line.startswith(' '):
break # game over
if 'Features' in line:
start = line.find('<')
end = line.find('>')
if start > 0 and end > 0:
flag = line[start + 1:end].split(',')
grains['cpu_flags'].extend(flag)
try:
grains['num_cpus'] = int(grains['num_cpus'])
except ValueError:
grains['num_cpus'] = 1
return grains
def _sunos_cpudata():
'''
Return the CPU information for Solaris-like systems
'''
# Provides:
# cpuarch
# num_cpus
# cpu_model
# cpu_flags
grains = {}
grains['cpu_flags'] = []
grains['cpuarch'] = __salt__['cmd.run']('isainfo -k')
psrinfo = '/usr/sbin/psrinfo 2>/dev/null'
grains['num_cpus'] = len(__salt__['cmd.run'](psrinfo, python_shell=True).splitlines())
kstat_info = 'kstat -p cpu_info:*:*:brand'
for line in __salt__['cmd.run'](kstat_info).splitlines():
match = re.match(r'(\w+:\d+:\w+\d+:\w+)\s+(.+)', line)
if match:
grains['cpu_model'] = match.group(2)
isainfo = 'isainfo -n -v'
for line in __salt__['cmd.run'](isainfo).splitlines():
match = re.match(r'^\s+(.+)', line)
if match:
cpu_flags = match.group(1).split()
grains['cpu_flags'].extend(cpu_flags)
return grains
def _aix_cpudata():
'''
Return CPU information for AIX systems
'''
# Provides:
# cpuarch
# num_cpus
# cpu_model
# cpu_flags
grains = {}
cmd = salt.utils.path.which('prtconf')
if cmd:
data = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0}'.format(cmd)) + os.linesep
for dest, regstring in (('cpuarch', r'(?im)^\s*Processor\s+Type:\s+(\S+)'),
('cpu_flags', r'(?im)^\s*Processor\s+Version:\s+(\S+)'),
('cpu_model', r'(?im)^\s*Processor\s+Implementation\s+Mode:\s+(.*)'),
('num_cpus', r'(?im)^\s*Number\s+Of\s+Processors:\s+(\S+)')):
for regex in [re.compile(r) for r in [regstring]]:
res = regex.search(data)
if res and len(res.groups()) >= 1:
grains[dest] = res.group(1).strip().replace("'", '')
else:
log.error('The \'prtconf\' binary was not found in $PATH.')
return grains
def _linux_memdata():
'''
Return the memory information for Linux-like systems
'''
grains = {'mem_total': 0, 'swap_total': 0}
meminfo = '/proc/meminfo'
if os.path.isfile(meminfo):
with salt.utils.files.fopen(meminfo, 'r') as ifile:
for line in ifile:
comps = line.rstrip('\n').split(':')
if not len(comps) > 1:
continue
if comps[0].strip() == 'MemTotal':
# Use floor division to force output to be an integer
grains['mem_total'] = int(comps[1].split()[0]) // 1024
if comps[0].strip() == 'SwapTotal':
# Use floor division to force output to be an integer
grains['swap_total'] = int(comps[1].split()[0]) // 1024
return grains
def _osx_memdata():
'''
Return the memory information for BSD-like systems
'''
grains = {'mem_total': 0, 'swap_total': 0}
sysctl = salt.utils.path.which('sysctl')
if sysctl:
mem = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} -n hw.memsize'.format(sysctl))
swap_total = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} -n vm.swapusage'.format(sysctl)).split()[2].replace(',', '.')
if swap_total.endswith('K'):
_power = 2**10
elif swap_total.endswith('M'):
_power = 2**20
elif swap_total.endswith('G'):
_power = 2**30
swap_total = float(swap_total[:-1]) * _power
grains['mem_total'] = int(mem) // 1024 // 1024
grains['swap_total'] = int(swap_total) // 1024 // 1024
return grains
def _bsd_memdata(osdata):
'''
Return the memory information for BSD-like systems
'''
grains = {'mem_total': 0, 'swap_total': 0}
sysctl = salt.utils.path.which('sysctl')
if sysctl:
mem = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} -n hw.physmem'.format(sysctl))
if osdata['kernel'] == 'NetBSD' and mem.startswith('-'):
mem = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} -n hw.physmem64'.format(sysctl))
grains['mem_total'] = int(mem) // 1024 // 1024
if osdata['kernel'] in ['OpenBSD', 'NetBSD']:
swapctl = salt.utils.path.which('swapctl')
swap_data = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} -sk'.format(swapctl))
if swap_data == 'no swap devices configured':
swap_total = 0
else:
swap_total = swap_data.split(' ')[1]
else:
swap_total = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} -n vm.swap_total'.format(sysctl))
grains['swap_total'] = int(swap_total) // 1024 // 1024
return grains
def _sunos_memdata():
'''
Return the memory information for SunOS-like systems
'''
grains = {'mem_total': 0, 'swap_total': 0}
prtconf = '/usr/sbin/prtconf 2>/dev/null'
for line in __salt__['cmd.run'](prtconf, python_shell=True).splitlines():
comps = line.split(' ')
if comps[0].strip() == 'Memory' and comps[1].strip() == 'size:':
grains['mem_total'] = int(comps[2].strip())
swap_cmd = salt.utils.path.which('swap')
swap_data = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} -s'.format(swap_cmd)).split()
try:
swap_avail = int(swap_data[-2][:-1])
swap_used = int(swap_data[-4][:-1])
swap_total = (swap_avail + swap_used) // 1024
except ValueError:
swap_total = None
grains['swap_total'] = swap_total
return grains
def _aix_memdata():
'''
Return the memory information for AIX systems
'''
grains = {'mem_total': 0, 'swap_total': 0}
prtconf = salt.utils.path.which('prtconf')
if prtconf:
for line in __salt__['cmd.run'](prtconf, python_shell=True).splitlines():
comps = [x for x in line.strip().split(' ') if x]
if len(comps) > 2 and 'Memory' in comps[0] and 'Size' in comps[1]:
grains['mem_total'] = int(comps[2])
break
else:
log.error('The \'prtconf\' binary was not found in $PATH.')
swap_cmd = salt.utils.path.which('swap')
if swap_cmd:
swap_data = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} -s'.format(swap_cmd)).split()
try:
swap_total = (int(swap_data[-2]) + int(swap_data[-6])) * 4
except ValueError:
swap_total = None
grains['swap_total'] = swap_total
else:
log.error('The \'swap\' binary was not found in $PATH.')
return grains
def _windows_memdata():
'''
Return the memory information for Windows systems
'''
grains = {'mem_total': 0}
# get the Total Physical memory as reported by msinfo32
tot_bytes = win32api.GlobalMemoryStatusEx()['TotalPhys']
# return memory info in gigabytes
grains['mem_total'] = int(tot_bytes / (1024 ** 2))
return grains
def _memdata(osdata):
'''
Gather information about the system memory
'''
# Provides:
# mem_total
# swap_total, for supported systems.
grains = {'mem_total': 0}
if osdata['kernel'] == 'Linux':
grains.update(_linux_memdata())
elif osdata['kernel'] in ('FreeBSD', 'OpenBSD', 'NetBSD'):
grains.update(_bsd_memdata(osdata))
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'Darwin':
grains.update(_osx_memdata())
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'SunOS':
grains.update(_sunos_memdata())
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'AIX':
grains.update(_aix_memdata())
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'Windows' and HAS_WMI:
grains.update(_windows_memdata())
return grains
def _aix_get_machine_id():
'''
Parse the output of lsattr -El sys0 for os_uuid
'''
grains = {}
cmd = salt.utils.path.which('lsattr')
if cmd:
data = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} -El sys0'.format(cmd)) + os.linesep
uuid_regexes = [re.compile(r'(?im)^\s*os_uuid\s+(\S+)\s+(.*)')]
for regex in uuid_regexes:
res = regex.search(data)
if res and len(res.groups()) >= 1:
grains['machine_id'] = res.group(1).strip()
break
else:
log.error('The \'lsattr\' binary was not found in $PATH.')
return grains
def _windows_virtual(osdata):
'''
Returns what type of virtual hardware is under the hood, kvm or physical
'''
# Provides:
# virtual
# virtual_subtype
grains = dict()
if osdata['kernel'] != 'Windows':
return grains
grains['virtual'] = 'physical'
# It is possible that the 'manufacturer' and/or 'productname' grains
# exist but have a value of None.
manufacturer = osdata.get('manufacturer', '')
if manufacturer is None:
manufacturer = ''
productname = osdata.get('productname', '')
if productname is None:
productname = ''
if 'QEMU' in manufacturer:
# FIXME: Make this detect between kvm or qemu
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
if 'Bochs' in manufacturer:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
# Product Name: (oVirt) www.ovirt.org
# Red Hat Community virtualization Project based on kvm
elif 'oVirt' in productname:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'oVirt'
# Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
elif 'RHEV Hypervisor' in productname:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'rhev'
# Product Name: VirtualBox
elif 'VirtualBox' in productname:
grains['virtual'] = 'VirtualBox'
# Product Name: VMware Virtual Platform
elif 'VMware Virtual Platform' in productname:
grains['virtual'] = 'VMware'
# Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation
# Product Name: Virtual Machine
elif 'Microsoft' in manufacturer and \
'Virtual Machine' in productname:
grains['virtual'] = 'VirtualPC'
# Manufacturer: Parallels Software International Inc.
elif 'Parallels Software' in manufacturer:
grains['virtual'] = 'Parallels'
# Apache CloudStack
elif 'CloudStack KVM Hypervisor' in productname:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'cloudstack'
return grains
def _virtual(osdata):
'''
Returns what type of virtual hardware is under the hood, kvm or physical
'''
# This is going to be a monster, if you are running a vm you can test this
# grain with please submit patches!
# Provides:
# virtual
# virtual_subtype
grains = {'virtual': 'physical'}
# Skip the below loop on platforms which have none of the desired cmds
# This is a temporary measure until we can write proper virtual hardware
# detection.
skip_cmds = ('AIX',)
# list of commands to be executed to determine the 'virtual' grain
_cmds = ['systemd-detect-virt', 'virt-what', 'dmidecode']
# test first for virt-what, which covers most of the desired functionality
# on most platforms
if not salt.utils.platform.is_windows() and osdata['kernel'] not in skip_cmds:
if salt.utils.path.which('virt-what'):
_cmds = ['virt-what']
# Check if enable_lspci is True or False
if __opts__.get('enable_lspci', True) is True:
# /proc/bus/pci does not exists, lspci will fail
if os.path.exists('/proc/bus/pci'):
_cmds += ['lspci']
# Add additional last resort commands
if osdata['kernel'] in skip_cmds:
_cmds = ()
# Quick backout for BrandZ (Solaris LX Branded zones)
# Don't waste time trying other commands to detect the virtual grain
if HAS_UNAME and osdata['kernel'] == 'Linux' and 'BrandZ virtual linux' in os.uname():
grains['virtual'] = 'zone'
return grains
failed_commands = set()
for command in _cmds:
args = []
if osdata['kernel'] == 'Darwin':
command = 'system_profiler'
args = ['SPDisplaysDataType']
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'SunOS':
virtinfo = salt.utils.path.which('virtinfo')
if virtinfo:
try:
ret = __salt__['cmd.run_all']('{0} -a'.format(virtinfo))
except salt.exceptions.CommandExecutionError:
if salt.log.is_logging_configured():
failed_commands.add(virtinfo)
else:
if ret['stdout'].endswith('not supported'):
command = 'prtdiag'
else:
command = 'virtinfo'
else:
command = 'prtdiag'
cmd = salt.utils.path.which(command)
if not cmd:
continue
cmd = '{0} {1}'.format(cmd, ' '.join(args))
try:
ret = __salt__['cmd.run_all'](cmd)
if ret['retcode'] > 0:
if salt.log.is_logging_configured():
# systemd-detect-virt always returns > 0 on non-virtualized
# systems
# prtdiag only works in the global zone, skip if it fails
if salt.utils.platform.is_windows() or 'systemd-detect-virt' in cmd or 'prtdiag' in cmd:
continue
failed_commands.add(command)
continue
except salt.exceptions.CommandExecutionError:
if salt.log.is_logging_configured():
if salt.utils.platform.is_windows():
continue
failed_commands.add(command)
continue
output = ret['stdout']
if command == "system_profiler":
macoutput = output.lower()
if '0x1ab8' in macoutput:
grains['virtual'] = 'Parallels'
if 'parallels' in macoutput:
grains['virtual'] = 'Parallels'
if 'vmware' in macoutput:
grains['virtual'] = 'VMware'
if '0x15ad' in macoutput:
grains['virtual'] = 'VMware'
if 'virtualbox' in macoutput:
grains['virtual'] = 'VirtualBox'
# Break out of the loop so the next log message is not issued
break
elif command == 'systemd-detect-virt':
if output in ('qemu', 'kvm', 'oracle', 'xen', 'bochs', 'chroot', 'uml', 'systemd-nspawn'):
grains['virtual'] = output
break
elif 'vmware' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'VMware'
break
elif 'microsoft' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'VirtualPC'
break
elif 'lxc' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'LXC'
break
elif 'systemd-nspawn' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'LXC'
break
elif command == 'virt-what':
try:
output = output.splitlines()[-1]
except IndexError:
pass
if output in ('kvm', 'qemu', 'uml', 'xen', 'lxc'):
grains['virtual'] = output
break
elif 'vmware' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'VMware'
break
elif 'parallels' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'Parallels'
break
elif 'hyperv' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'HyperV'
break
elif command == 'dmidecode':
# Product Name: VirtualBox
if 'Vendor: QEMU' in output:
# FIXME: Make this detect between kvm or qemu
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
if 'Manufacturer: QEMU' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
if 'Vendor: Bochs' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
if 'Manufacturer: Bochs' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
if 'BHYVE' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'bhyve'
# Product Name: (oVirt) www.ovirt.org
# Red Hat Community virtualization Project based on kvm
elif 'Manufacturer: oVirt' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'ovirt'
# Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
elif 'Product Name: RHEV Hypervisor' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'rhev'
elif 'VirtualBox' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'VirtualBox'
# Product Name: VMware Virtual Platform
elif 'VMware' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'VMware'
# Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation
# Product Name: Virtual Machine
elif ': Microsoft' in output and 'Virtual Machine' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'VirtualPC'
# Manufacturer: Parallels Software International Inc.
elif 'Parallels Software' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'Parallels'
elif 'Manufacturer: Google' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
# Proxmox KVM
elif 'Vendor: SeaBIOS' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
# Break out of the loop, lspci parsing is not necessary
break
elif command == 'lspci':
# dmidecode not available or the user does not have the necessary
# permissions
model = output.lower()
if 'vmware' in model:
grains['virtual'] = 'VMware'
# 00:04.0 System peripheral: InnoTek Systemberatung GmbH
# VirtualBox Guest Service
elif 'virtualbox' in model:
grains['virtual'] = 'VirtualBox'
elif 'qemu' in model:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
elif 'virtio' in model:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
# Break out of the loop so the next log message is not issued
break
elif command == 'prtdiag':
model = output.lower().split("\n")[0]
if 'vmware' in model:
grains['virtual'] = 'VMware'
elif 'virtualbox' in model:
grains['virtual'] = 'VirtualBox'
elif 'qemu' in model:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
elif 'joyent smartdc hvm' in model:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
break
elif command == 'virtinfo':
grains['virtual'] = 'LDOM'
break
choices = ('Linux', 'HP-UX')
isdir = os.path.isdir
sysctl = salt.utils.path.which('sysctl')
if osdata['kernel'] in choices:
if os.path.isdir('/proc'):
try:
self_root = os.stat('/')
init_root = os.stat('/proc/1/root/.')
if self_root != init_root:
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'chroot'
except (IOError, OSError):
pass
if isdir('/proc/vz'):
if os.path.isfile('/proc/vz/version'):
grains['virtual'] = 'openvzhn'
elif os.path.isfile('/proc/vz/veinfo'):
grains['virtual'] = 'openvzve'
# a posteriori, it's expected for these to have failed:
failed_commands.discard('lspci')
failed_commands.discard('dmidecode')
# Provide additional detection for OpenVZ
if os.path.isfile('/proc/self/status'):
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/proc/self/status') as status_file:
vz_re = re.compile(r'^envID:\s+(\d+)$')
for line in status_file:
vz_match = vz_re.match(line.rstrip('\n'))
if vz_match and int(vz_match.groups()[0]) != 0:
grains['virtual'] = 'openvzve'
elif vz_match and int(vz_match.groups()[0]) == 0:
grains['virtual'] = 'openvzhn'
if isdir('/proc/sys/xen') or \
isdir('/sys/bus/xen') or isdir('/proc/xen'):
if os.path.isfile('/proc/xen/xsd_kva'):
# Tested on CentOS 5.3 / 2.6.18-194.26.1.el5xen
# Tested on CentOS 5.4 / 2.6.18-164.15.1.el5xen
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'Xen Dom0'
else:
if osdata.get('productname', '') == 'HVM domU':
# Requires dmidecode!
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'Xen HVM DomU'
elif os.path.isfile('/proc/xen/capabilities') and \
os.access('/proc/xen/capabilities', os.R_OK):
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/proc/xen/capabilities') as fhr:
if 'control_d' not in fhr.read():
# Tested on CentOS 5.5 / 2.6.18-194.3.1.el5xen
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'Xen PV DomU'
else:
# Shouldn't get to this, but just in case
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'Xen Dom0'
# Tested on Fedora 10 / 2.6.27.30-170.2.82 with xen
# Tested on Fedora 15 / 2.6.41.4-1 without running xen
elif isdir('/sys/bus/xen'):
if 'xen:' in __salt__['cmd.run']('dmesg').lower():
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'Xen PV DomU'
elif os.path.isfile('/sys/bus/xen/drivers/xenconsole'):
# An actual DomU will have the xenconsole driver
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'Xen PV DomU'
# If a Dom0 or DomU was detected, obviously this is xen
if 'dom' in grains.get('virtual_subtype', '').lower():
grains['virtual'] = 'xen'
# Check container type after hypervisors, to avoid variable overwrite on containers running in virtual environment.
if os.path.isfile('/proc/1/cgroup'):
try:
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/proc/1/cgroup', 'r') as fhr:
fhr_contents = fhr.read()
if ':/lxc/' in fhr_contents:
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'LXC'
elif ':/kubepods/' in fhr_contents:
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'kubernetes'
elif ':/libpod_parent/' in fhr_contents:
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'libpod'
else:
if any(x in fhr_contents
for x in (':/system.slice/docker', ':/docker/',
':/docker-ce/')):
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'Docker'
except IOError:
pass
if os.path.isfile('/proc/cpuinfo'):
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/proc/cpuinfo', 'r') as fhr:
if 'QEMU Virtual CPU' in fhr.read():
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
if os.path.isfile('/sys/devices/virtual/dmi/id/product_name'):
try:
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/sys/devices/virtual/dmi/id/product_name', 'r') as fhr:
output = salt.utils.stringutils.to_unicode(fhr.read(), errors='replace')
if 'VirtualBox' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'VirtualBox'
elif 'RHEV Hypervisor' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'rhev'
elif 'oVirt Node' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'ovirt'
elif 'Google' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'gce'
elif 'BHYVE' in output:
grains['virtual'] = 'bhyve'
except IOError:
pass
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'FreeBSD':
kenv = salt.utils.path.which('kenv')
if kenv:
product = __salt__['cmd.run'](
'{0} smbios.system.product'.format(kenv)
)
maker = __salt__['cmd.run'](
'{0} smbios.system.maker'.format(kenv)
)
if product.startswith('VMware'):
grains['virtual'] = 'VMware'
if product.startswith('VirtualBox'):
grains['virtual'] = 'VirtualBox'
if maker.startswith('Xen'):
grains['virtual_subtype'] = '{0} {1}'.format(maker, product)
grains['virtual'] = 'xen'
if maker.startswith('Microsoft') and product.startswith('Virtual'):
grains['virtual'] = 'VirtualPC'
if maker.startswith('OpenStack'):
grains['virtual'] = 'OpenStack'
if maker.startswith('Bochs'):
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
if sysctl:
hv_vendor = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} hw.hv_vendor'.format(sysctl))
model = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} hw.model'.format(sysctl))
jail = __salt__['cmd.run'](
'{0} -n security.jail.jailed'.format(sysctl)
)
if 'bhyve' in hv_vendor:
grains['virtual'] = 'bhyve'
if jail == '1':
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'jail'
if 'QEMU Virtual CPU' in model:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'OpenBSD':
if 'manufacturer' in osdata:
if osdata['manufacturer'] in ['QEMU', 'Red Hat', 'Joyent']:
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
if osdata['manufacturer'] == 'OpenBSD':
grains['virtual'] = 'vmm'
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'SunOS':
if grains['virtual'] == 'LDOM':
roles = []
for role in ('control', 'io', 'root', 'service'):
subtype_cmd = '{0} -c current get -H -o value {1}-role'.format(cmd, role)
ret = __salt__['cmd.run_all']('{0}'.format(subtype_cmd))
if ret['stdout'] == 'true':
roles.append(role)
if roles:
grains['virtual_subtype'] = roles
else:
# Check if it's a "regular" zone. (i.e. Solaris 10/11 zone)
zonename = salt.utils.path.which('zonename')
if zonename:
zone = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0}'.format(zonename))
if zone != 'global':
grains['virtual'] = 'zone'
# Check if it's a branded zone (i.e. Solaris 8/9 zone)
if isdir('/.SUNWnative'):
grains['virtual'] = 'zone'
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'NetBSD':
if sysctl:
if 'QEMU Virtual CPU' in __salt__['cmd.run'](
'{0} -n machdep.cpu_brand'.format(sysctl)):
grains['virtual'] = 'kvm'
elif 'invalid' not in __salt__['cmd.run'](
'{0} -n machdep.xen.suspend'.format(sysctl)):
grains['virtual'] = 'Xen PV DomU'
elif 'VMware' in __salt__['cmd.run'](
'{0} -n machdep.dmi.system-vendor'.format(sysctl)):
grains['virtual'] = 'VMware'
# NetBSD has Xen dom0 support
elif __salt__['cmd.run'](
'{0} -n machdep.idle-mechanism'.format(sysctl)) == 'xen':
if os.path.isfile('/var/run/xenconsoled.pid'):
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'Xen Dom0'
for command in failed_commands:
log.info(
"Although '%s' was found in path, the current user "
'cannot execute it. Grains output might not be '
'accurate.', command
)
return grains
def _virtual_hv(osdata):
'''
Returns detailed hypervisor information from sysfs
Currently this seems to be used only by Xen
'''
grains = {}
# Bail early if we're not running on Xen
try:
if 'xen' not in osdata['virtual']:
return grains
except KeyError:
return grains
# Try to get the exact hypervisor version from sysfs
try:
version = {}
for fn in ('major', 'minor', 'extra'):
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/sys/hypervisor/version/{}'.format(fn), 'r') as fhr:
version[fn] = salt.utils.stringutils.to_unicode(fhr.read().strip())
grains['virtual_hv_version'] = '{}.{}{}'.format(version['major'], version['minor'], version['extra'])
grains['virtual_hv_version_info'] = [version['major'], version['minor'], version['extra']]
except (IOError, OSError, KeyError):
pass
# Try to read and decode the supported feature set of the hypervisor
# Based on https://github.com/brendangregg/Misc/blob/master/xen/xen-features.py
# Table data from include/xen/interface/features.h
xen_feature_table = {0: 'writable_page_tables',
1: 'writable_descriptor_tables',
2: 'auto_translated_physmap',
3: 'supervisor_mode_kernel',
4: 'pae_pgdir_above_4gb',
5: 'mmu_pt_update_preserve_ad',
7: 'gnttab_map_avail_bits',
8: 'hvm_callback_vector',
9: 'hvm_safe_pvclock',
10: 'hvm_pirqs',
11: 'dom0',
12: 'grant_map_identity',
13: 'memory_op_vnode_supported',
14: 'ARM_SMCCC_supported'}
try:
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/sys/hypervisor/properties/features', 'r') as fhr:
features = salt.utils.stringutils.to_unicode(fhr.read().strip())
enabled_features = []
for bit, feat in six.iteritems(xen_feature_table):
if int(features, 16) & (1 << bit):
enabled_features.append(feat)
grains['virtual_hv_features'] = features
grains['virtual_hv_features_list'] = enabled_features
except (IOError, OSError, KeyError):
pass
return grains
def _ps(osdata):
'''
Return the ps grain
'''
grains = {}
bsd_choices = ('FreeBSD', 'NetBSD', 'OpenBSD', 'MacOS')
if osdata['os'] in bsd_choices:
grains['ps'] = 'ps auxwww'
elif osdata['os_family'] == 'Solaris':
grains['ps'] = '/usr/ucb/ps auxwww'
elif osdata['os'] == 'Windows':
grains['ps'] = 'tasklist.exe'
elif osdata.get('virtual', '') == 'openvzhn':
grains['ps'] = (
'ps -fH -p $(grep -l \"^envID:[[:space:]]*0\\$\" '
'/proc/[0-9]*/status | sed -e \"s=/proc/\\([0-9]*\\)/.*=\\1=\") '
'| awk \'{ $7=\"\"; print }\''
)
elif osdata['os_family'] == 'AIX':
grains['ps'] = '/usr/bin/ps auxww'
elif osdata['os_family'] == 'NILinuxRT':
grains['ps'] = 'ps -o user,pid,ppid,tty,time,comm'
else:
grains['ps'] = 'ps -efHww'
return grains
def _clean_value(key, val):
'''
Clean out well-known bogus values.
If it isn't clean (for example has value 'None'), return None.
Otherwise, return the original value.
NOTE: This logic also exists in the smbios module. This function is
for use when not using smbios to retrieve the value.
'''
if (val is None or not val or
re.match('none', val, flags=re.IGNORECASE)):
return None
elif 'uuid' in key:
# Try each version (1-5) of RFC4122 to check if it's actually a UUID
for uuidver in range(1, 5):
try:
uuid.UUID(val, version=uuidver)
return val
except ValueError:
continue
log.trace('HW %s value %s is an invalid UUID', key, val.replace('\n', ' '))
return None
elif re.search('serial|part|version', key):
# 'To be filled by O.E.M.
# 'Not applicable' etc.
# 'Not specified' etc.
# 0000000, 1234567 etc.
# begone!
if (re.match(r'^[0]+$', val) or
re.match(r'[0]?1234567[8]?[9]?[0]?', val) or
re.search(r'sernum|part[_-]?number|specified|filled|applicable', val, flags=re.IGNORECASE)):
return None
elif re.search('asset|manufacturer', key):
# AssetTag0. Manufacturer04. Begone.
if re.search(r'manufacturer|to be filled|available|asset|^no(ne|t)', val, flags=re.IGNORECASE):
return None
else:
# map unspecified, undefined, unknown & whatever to None
if (re.search(r'to be filled', val, flags=re.IGNORECASE) or
re.search(r'un(known|specified)|no(t|ne)? (asset|provided|defined|available|present|specified)',
val, flags=re.IGNORECASE)):
return None
return val
def _windows_os_release_grain(caption, product_type):
'''
helper function for getting the osrelease grain
:return:
'''
# This creates the osrelease grain based on the Windows Operating
# System Product Name. As long as Microsoft maintains a similar format
# this should be future proof
version = 'Unknown'
release = ''
if 'Server' in caption:
for item in caption.split(' '):
# If it's all digits, then it's version
if re.match(r'\d+', item):
version = item
# If it starts with R and then numbers, it's the release
# ie: R2
if re.match(r'^R\d+$', item):
release = item
os_release = '{0}Server{1}'.format(version, release)
else:
for item in caption.split(' '):
# If it's a number, decimal number, Thin or Vista, then it's the
# version
if re.match(r'^(\d+(\.\d+)?)|Thin|Vista|XP$', item):
version = item
os_release = version
# If the version is still Unknown, revert back to the old way of getting
# the os_release
# https://github.com/saltstack/salt/issues/52339
if os_release in ['Unknown']:
os_release = platform.release()
server = {'Vista': '2008Server',
'7': '2008ServerR2',
'8': '2012Server',
'8.1': '2012ServerR2',
'10': '2016Server'}
# Starting with Python 2.7.12 and 3.5.2 the `platform.uname()`
# function started reporting the Desktop version instead of the
# Server version on # Server versions of Windows, so we need to look
# those up. So, if you find a Server Platform that's a key in the
# server dictionary, then lookup the actual Server Release.
# (Product Type 1 is Desktop, Everything else is Server)
if product_type > 1 and os_release in server:
os_release = server[os_release]
return os_release
def _windows_platform_data():
'''
Use the platform module for as much as we can.
'''
# Provides:
# kernelrelease
# kernelversion
# osversion
# osrelease
# osservicepack
# osmanufacturer
# manufacturer
# productname
# biosversion
# serialnumber
# osfullname
# timezone
# windowsdomain
# windowsdomaintype
# motherboard.productname
# motherboard.serialnumber
# virtual
if not HAS_WMI:
return {}
with salt.utils.winapi.Com():
wmi_c = wmi.WMI()
# http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa394102%28v=vs.85%29.aspx
systeminfo = wmi_c.Win32_ComputerSystem()[0]
# https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa394239(v=vs.85).aspx
osinfo = wmi_c.Win32_OperatingSystem()[0]
# http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa394077(v=vs.85).aspx
biosinfo = wmi_c.Win32_BIOS()[0]
# http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa394498(v=vs.85).aspx
timeinfo = wmi_c.Win32_TimeZone()[0]
# http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa394072(v=vs.85).aspx
motherboard = {'product': None,
'serial': None}
try:
motherboardinfo = wmi_c.Win32_BaseBoard()[0]
motherboard['product'] = motherboardinfo.Product
motherboard['serial'] = motherboardinfo.SerialNumber
except IndexError:
log.debug('Motherboard info not available on this system')
kernel_version = platform.version()
info = salt.utils.win_osinfo.get_os_version_info()
net_info = salt.utils.win_osinfo.get_join_info()
service_pack = None
if info['ServicePackMajor'] > 0:
service_pack = ''.join(['SP', six.text_type(info['ServicePackMajor'])])
os_release = _windows_os_release_grain(caption=osinfo.Caption,
product_type=osinfo.ProductType)
grains = {
'kernelrelease': _clean_value('kernelrelease', osinfo.Version),
'kernelversion': _clean_value('kernelversion', kernel_version),
'osversion': _clean_value('osversion', osinfo.Version),
'osrelease': _clean_value('osrelease', os_release),
'osservicepack': _clean_value('osservicepack', service_pack),
'osmanufacturer': _clean_value('osmanufacturer', osinfo.Manufacturer),
'manufacturer': _clean_value('manufacturer', systeminfo.Manufacturer),
'productname': _clean_value('productname', systeminfo.Model),
# bios name had a bunch of whitespace appended to it in my testing
# 'PhoenixBIOS 4.0 Release 6.0 '
'biosversion': _clean_value('biosversion', biosinfo.Name.strip()),
'serialnumber': _clean_value('serialnumber', biosinfo.SerialNumber),
'osfullname': _clean_value('osfullname', osinfo.Caption),
'timezone': _clean_value('timezone', timeinfo.Description),
'windowsdomain': _clean_value('windowsdomain', net_info['Domain']),
'windowsdomaintype': _clean_value('windowsdomaintype', net_info['DomainType']),
'motherboard': {
'productname': _clean_value('motherboard.productname', motherboard['product']),
'serialnumber': _clean_value('motherboard.serialnumber', motherboard['serial']),
}
}
# test for virtualized environments
# I only had VMware available so the rest are unvalidated
if 'VRTUAL' in biosinfo.Version: # (not a typo)
grains['virtual'] = 'HyperV'
elif 'A M I' in biosinfo.Version:
grains['virtual'] = 'VirtualPC'
elif 'VMware' in systeminfo.Model:
grains['virtual'] = 'VMware'
elif 'VirtualBox' in systeminfo.Model:
grains['virtual'] = 'VirtualBox'
elif 'Xen' in biosinfo.Version:
grains['virtual'] = 'Xen'
if 'HVM domU' in systeminfo.Model:
grains['virtual_subtype'] = 'HVM domU'
elif 'OpenStack' in systeminfo.Model:
grains['virtual'] = 'OpenStack'
elif 'AMAZON' in biosinfo.Version:
grains['virtual'] = 'EC2'
return grains
def _osx_platform_data():
'''
Additional data for macOS systems
Returns: A dictionary containing values for the following:
- model_name
- boot_rom_version
- smc_version
- system_serialnumber
'''
cmd = 'system_profiler SPHardwareDataType'
hardware = __salt__['cmd.run'](cmd)
grains = {}
for line in hardware.splitlines():
field_name, _, field_val = line.partition(': ')
if field_name.strip() == "Model Name":
key = 'model_name'
grains[key] = _clean_value(key, field_val)
if field_name.strip() == "Boot ROM Version":
key = 'boot_rom_version'
grains[key] = _clean_value(key, field_val)
if field_name.strip() == "SMC Version (system)":
key = 'smc_version'
grains[key] = _clean_value(key, field_val)
if field_name.strip() == "Serial Number (system)":
key = 'system_serialnumber'
grains[key] = _clean_value(key, field_val)
return grains
def id_():
'''
Return the id
'''
return {'id': __opts__.get('id', '')}
_REPLACE_LINUX_RE = re.compile(r'\W(?:gnu/)?linux', re.IGNORECASE)
# This maps (at most) the first ten characters (no spaces, lowercased) of
# 'osfullname' to the 'os' grain that Salt traditionally uses.
# Please see os_data() and _supported_dists.
# If your system is not detecting properly it likely needs an entry here.
_OS_NAME_MAP = {
'redhatente': 'RedHat',
'gentoobase': 'Gentoo',
'archarm': 'Arch ARM',
'arch': 'Arch',
'debian': 'Debian',
'raspbian': 'Raspbian',
'fedoraremi': 'Fedora',
'chapeau': 'Chapeau',
'korora': 'Korora',
'amazonami': 'Amazon',
'alt': 'ALT',
'enterprise': 'OEL',
'oracleserv': 'OEL',
'cloudserve': 'CloudLinux',
'cloudlinux': 'CloudLinux',
'pidora': 'Fedora',
'scientific': 'ScientificLinux',
'synology': 'Synology',
'nilrt': 'NILinuxRT',
'poky': 'Poky',
'manjaro': 'Manjaro',
'manjarolin': 'Manjaro',
'univention': 'Univention',
'antergos': 'Antergos',
'sles': 'SUSE',
'void': 'Void',
'slesexpand': 'RES',
'linuxmint': 'Mint',
'neon': 'KDE neon',
}
# Map the 'os' grain to the 'os_family' grain
# These should always be capitalized entries as the lookup comes
# post-_OS_NAME_MAP. If your system is having trouble with detection, please
# make sure that the 'os' grain is capitalized and working correctly first.
_OS_FAMILY_MAP = {
'Ubuntu': 'Debian',
'Fedora': 'RedHat',
'Chapeau': 'RedHat',
'Korora': 'RedHat',
'FedBerry': 'RedHat',
'CentOS': 'RedHat',
'GoOSe': 'RedHat',
'Scientific': 'RedHat',
'Amazon': 'RedHat',
'CloudLinux': 'RedHat',
'OVS': 'RedHat',
'OEL': 'RedHat',
'XCP': 'RedHat',
'XCP-ng': 'RedHat',
'XenServer': 'RedHat',
'RES': 'RedHat',
'Sangoma': 'RedHat',
'Mandrake': 'Mandriva',
'ESXi': 'VMware',
'Mint': 'Debian',
'VMwareESX': 'VMware',
'Bluewhite64': 'Bluewhite',
'Slamd64': 'Slackware',
'SLES': 'Suse',
'SUSE Enterprise Server': 'Suse',
'SUSE Enterprise Server': 'Suse',
'SLED': 'Suse',
'openSUSE': 'Suse',
'SUSE': 'Suse',
'openSUSE Leap': 'Suse',
'openSUSE Tumbleweed': 'Suse',
'SLES_SAP': 'Suse',
'Solaris': 'Solaris',
'SmartOS': 'Solaris',
'OmniOS': 'Solaris',
'OpenIndiana Development': 'Solaris',
'OpenIndiana': 'Solaris',
'OpenSolaris Development': 'Solaris',
'OpenSolaris': 'Solaris',
'Oracle Solaris': 'Solaris',
'Arch ARM': 'Arch',
'Manjaro': 'Arch',
'Antergos': 'Arch',
'ALT': 'RedHat',
'Trisquel': 'Debian',
'GCEL': 'Debian',
'Linaro': 'Debian',
'elementary OS': 'Debian',
'elementary': 'Debian',
'Univention': 'Debian',
'ScientificLinux': 'RedHat',
'Raspbian': 'Debian',
'Devuan': 'Debian',
'antiX': 'Debian',
'Kali': 'Debian',
'neon': 'Debian',
'Cumulus': 'Debian',
'Deepin': 'Debian',
'NILinuxRT': 'NILinuxRT',
'KDE neon': 'Debian',
'Void': 'Void',
'IDMS': 'Debian',
'Funtoo': 'Gentoo',
'AIX': 'AIX',
'TurnKey': 'Debian',
}
# Matches any possible format:
# DISTRIB_ID="Ubuntu"
# DISTRIB_ID='Mageia'
# DISTRIB_ID=Fedora
# DISTRIB_RELEASE='10.10'
# DISTRIB_CODENAME='squeeze'
# DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION='Ubuntu 10.10'
_LSB_REGEX = re.compile((
'^(DISTRIB_(?:ID|RELEASE|CODENAME|DESCRIPTION))=(?:\'|")?'
'([\\w\\s\\.\\-_]+)(?:\'|")?'
))
def _linux_bin_exists(binary):
'''
Does a binary exist in linux (depends on which, type, or whereis)
'''
for search_cmd in ('which', 'type -ap'):
try:
return __salt__['cmd.retcode'](
'{0} {1}'.format(search_cmd, binary)
) == 0
except salt.exceptions.CommandExecutionError:
pass
try:
return len(__salt__['cmd.run_all'](
'whereis -b {0}'.format(binary)
)['stdout'].split()) > 1
except salt.exceptions.CommandExecutionError:
return False
def _get_interfaces():
'''
Provide a dict of the connected interfaces and their ip addresses
'''
global _INTERFACES
if not _INTERFACES:
_INTERFACES = salt.utils.network.interfaces()
return _INTERFACES
def _parse_lsb_release():
ret = {}
try:
log.trace('Attempting to parse /etc/lsb-release')
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/etc/lsb-release') as ifile:
for line in ifile:
try:
key, value = _LSB_REGEX.match(line.rstrip('\n')).groups()[:2]
except AttributeError:
pass
else:
# Adds lsb_distrib_{id,release,codename,description}
ret['lsb_{0}'.format(key.lower())] = value.rstrip()
except (IOError, OSError) as exc:
log.trace('Failed to parse /etc/lsb-release: %s', exc)
return ret
def _parse_os_release(*os_release_files):
'''
Parse os-release and return a parameter dictionary
See http://www.freedesktop.org/software/systemd/man/os-release.html
for specification of the file format.
'''
ret = {}
for filename in os_release_files:
try:
with salt.utils.files.fopen(filename) as ifile:
regex = re.compile('^([\\w]+)=(?:\'|")?(.*?)(?:\'|")?$')
for line in ifile:
match = regex.match(line.strip())
if match:
# Shell special characters ("$", quotes, backslash,
# backtick) are escaped with backslashes
ret[match.group(1)] = re.sub(
r'\\([$"\'\\`])', r'\1', match.group(2)
)
break
except (IOError, OSError):
pass
return ret
def _parse_cpe_name(cpe):
'''
Parse CPE_NAME data from the os-release
Info: https://csrc.nist.gov/projects/security-content-automation-protocol/scap-specifications/cpe
Note: cpe:2.3:part:vendor:product:version:update:edition:lang:sw_edition:target_sw:target_hw:other
however some OS's do not have the full 13 elements, for example:
CPE_NAME="cpe:2.3:o:amazon:amazon_linux:2"
:param cpe:
:return:
'''
part = {
'o': 'operating system',
'h': 'hardware',
'a': 'application',
}
ret = {}
cpe = (cpe or '').split(':')
if len(cpe) > 4 and cpe[0] == 'cpe':
if cpe[1].startswith('/'): # WFN to URI
ret['vendor'], ret['product'], ret['version'] = cpe[2:5]
ret['phase'] = cpe[5] if len(cpe) > 5 else None
ret['part'] = part.get(cpe[1][1:])
elif len(cpe) == 6 and cpe[1] == '2.3': # WFN to a string
ret['vendor'], ret['product'], ret['version'] = [x if x != '*' else None for x in cpe[3:6]]
ret['phase'] = None
ret['part'] = part.get(cpe[2])
elif len(cpe) > 7 and len(cpe) <= 13 and cpe[1] == '2.3': # WFN to a string
ret['vendor'], ret['product'], ret['version'], ret['phase'] = [x if x != '*' else None for x in cpe[3:7]]
ret['part'] = part.get(cpe[2])
return ret
def os_data():
'''
Return grains pertaining to the operating system
'''
grains = {
'num_gpus': 0,
'gpus': [],
}
# Windows Server 2008 64-bit
# ('Windows', 'MINIONNAME', '2008ServerR2', '6.1.7601', 'AMD64',
# 'Intel64 Fam ily 6 Model 23 Stepping 6, GenuineIntel')
# Ubuntu 10.04
# ('Linux', 'MINIONNAME', '2.6.32-38-server',
# '#83-Ubuntu SMP Wed Jan 4 11:26:59 UTC 2012', 'x86_64', '')
# pylint: disable=unpacking-non-sequence
(grains['kernel'], grains['nodename'],
grains['kernelrelease'], grains['kernelversion'], grains['cpuarch'], _) = platform.uname()
# pylint: enable=unpacking-non-sequence
if salt.utils.platform.is_proxy():
grains['kernel'] = 'proxy'
grains['kernelrelease'] = 'proxy'
grains['kernelversion'] = 'proxy'
grains['osrelease'] = 'proxy'
grains['os'] = 'proxy'
grains['os_family'] = 'proxy'
grains['osfullname'] = 'proxy'
elif salt.utils.platform.is_windows():
grains['os'] = 'Windows'
grains['os_family'] = 'Windows'
grains.update(_memdata(grains))
grains.update(_windows_platform_data())
grains.update(_windows_cpudata())
grains.update(_windows_virtual(grains))
grains.update(_ps(grains))
if 'Server' in grains['osrelease']:
osrelease_info = grains['osrelease'].split('Server', 1)
osrelease_info[1] = osrelease_info[1].lstrip('R')
else:
osrelease_info = grains['osrelease'].split('.')
for idx, value in enumerate(osrelease_info):
if not value.isdigit():
continue
osrelease_info[idx] = int(value)
grains['osrelease_info'] = tuple(osrelease_info)
grains['osfinger'] = '{os}-{ver}'.format(
os=grains['os'],
ver=grains['osrelease'])
grains['init'] = 'Windows'
return grains
elif salt.utils.platform.is_linux():
# Add SELinux grain, if you have it
if _linux_bin_exists('selinuxenabled'):
log.trace('Adding selinux grains')
grains['selinux'] = {}
grains['selinux']['enabled'] = __salt__['cmd.retcode'](
'selinuxenabled'
) == 0
if _linux_bin_exists('getenforce'):
grains['selinux']['enforced'] = __salt__['cmd.run'](
'getenforce'
).strip()
# Add systemd grain, if you have it
if _linux_bin_exists('systemctl') and _linux_bin_exists('localectl'):
log.trace('Adding systemd grains')
grains['systemd'] = {}
systemd_info = __salt__['cmd.run'](
'systemctl --version'
).splitlines()
grains['systemd']['version'] = systemd_info[0].split()[1]
grains['systemd']['features'] = systemd_info[1]
# Add init grain
grains['init'] = 'unknown'
log.trace('Adding init grain')
try:
os.stat('/run/systemd/system')
grains['init'] = 'systemd'
except (OSError, IOError):
try:
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/proc/1/cmdline') as fhr:
init_cmdline = fhr.read().replace('\x00', ' ').split()
except (IOError, OSError):
pass
else:
try:
init_bin = salt.utils.path.which(init_cmdline[0])
except IndexError:
# Emtpy init_cmdline
init_bin = None
log.warning('Unable to fetch data from /proc/1/cmdline')
if init_bin is not None and init_bin.endswith('bin/init'):
supported_inits = (b'upstart', b'sysvinit', b'systemd')
edge_len = max(len(x) for x in supported_inits) - 1
try:
buf_size = __opts__['file_buffer_size']
except KeyError:
# Default to the value of file_buffer_size for the minion
buf_size = 262144
try:
with salt.utils.files.fopen(init_bin, 'rb') as fp_:
edge = b''
buf = fp_.read(buf_size).lower()
while buf:
buf = edge + buf
for item in supported_inits:
if item in buf:
if six.PY3:
item = item.decode('utf-8')
grains['init'] = item
buf = b''
break
edge = buf[-edge_len:]
buf = fp_.read(buf_size).lower()
except (IOError, OSError) as exc:
log.error(
'Unable to read from init_bin (%s): %s',
init_bin, exc
)
elif salt.utils.path.which('supervisord') in init_cmdline:
grains['init'] = 'supervisord'
elif salt.utils.path.which('dumb-init') in init_cmdline:
# https://github.com/Yelp/dumb-init
grains['init'] = 'dumb-init'
elif salt.utils.path.which('tini') in init_cmdline:
# https://github.com/krallin/tini
grains['init'] = 'tini'
elif init_cmdline == ['runit']:
grains['init'] = 'runit'
elif '/sbin/my_init' in init_cmdline:
# Phusion Base docker container use runit for srv mgmt, but
# my_init as pid1
grains['init'] = 'runit'
else:
log.debug(
'Could not determine init system from command line: (%s)',
' '.join(init_cmdline)
)
# Add lsb grains on any distro with lsb-release. Note that this import
# can fail on systems with lsb-release installed if the system package
# does not install the python package for the python interpreter used by
# Salt (i.e. python2 or python3)
try:
log.trace('Getting lsb_release distro information')
import lsb_release # pylint: disable=import-error
release = lsb_release.get_distro_information()
for key, value in six.iteritems(release):
key = key.lower()
lsb_param = 'lsb_{0}{1}'.format(
'' if key.startswith('distrib_') else 'distrib_',
key
)
grains[lsb_param] = value
# Catch a NameError to workaround possible breakage in lsb_release
# See https://github.com/saltstack/salt/issues/37867
except (ImportError, NameError):
# if the python library isn't available, try to parse
# /etc/lsb-release using regex
log.trace('lsb_release python bindings not available')
grains.update(_parse_lsb_release())
if grains.get('lsb_distrib_description', '').lower().startswith('antergos'):
# Antergos incorrectly configures their /etc/lsb-release,
# setting the DISTRIB_ID to "Arch". This causes the "os" grain
# to be incorrectly set to "Arch".
grains['osfullname'] = 'Antergos Linux'
elif 'lsb_distrib_id' not in grains:
log.trace(
'Failed to get lsb_distrib_id, trying to parse os-release'
)
os_release = _parse_os_release('/etc/os-release', '/usr/lib/os-release')
if os_release:
if 'NAME' in os_release:
grains['lsb_distrib_id'] = os_release['NAME'].strip()
if 'VERSION_ID' in os_release:
grains['lsb_distrib_release'] = os_release['VERSION_ID']
if 'VERSION_CODENAME' in os_release:
grains['lsb_distrib_codename'] = os_release['VERSION_CODENAME']
elif 'PRETTY_NAME' in os_release:
codename = os_release['PRETTY_NAME']
# https://github.com/saltstack/salt/issues/44108
if os_release['ID'] == 'debian':
codename_match = re.search(r'\((\w+)\)$', codename)
if codename_match:
codename = codename_match.group(1)
grains['lsb_distrib_codename'] = codename
if 'CPE_NAME' in os_release:
cpe = _parse_cpe_name(os_release['CPE_NAME'])
if not cpe:
log.error('Broken CPE_NAME format in /etc/os-release!')
elif cpe.get('vendor', '').lower() in ['suse', 'opensuse']:
grains['os'] = "SUSE"
# openSUSE `osfullname` grain normalization
if os_release.get("NAME") == "openSUSE Leap":
grains['osfullname'] = "Leap"
elif os_release.get("VERSION") == "Tumbleweed":
grains['osfullname'] = os_release["VERSION"]
# Override VERSION_ID, if CPE_NAME around
if cpe.get('version') and cpe.get('vendor') == 'opensuse': # Keep VERSION_ID for SLES
grains['lsb_distrib_release'] = cpe['version']
elif os.path.isfile('/etc/SuSE-release'):
log.trace('Parsing distrib info from /etc/SuSE-release')
grains['lsb_distrib_id'] = 'SUSE'
version = ''
patch = ''
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/etc/SuSE-release') as fhr:
for line in fhr:
if 'enterprise' in line.lower():
grains['lsb_distrib_id'] = 'SLES'
grains['lsb_distrib_codename'] = re.sub(r'\(.+\)', '', line).strip()
elif 'version' in line.lower():
version = re.sub(r'[^0-9]', '', line)
elif 'patchlevel' in line.lower():
patch = re.sub(r'[^0-9]', '', line)
grains['lsb_distrib_release'] = version
if patch:
grains['lsb_distrib_release'] += '.' + patch
patchstr = 'SP' + patch
if grains['lsb_distrib_codename'] and patchstr not in grains['lsb_distrib_codename']:
grains['lsb_distrib_codename'] += ' ' + patchstr
if not grains.get('lsb_distrib_codename'):
grains['lsb_distrib_codename'] = 'n.a'
elif os.path.isfile('/etc/altlinux-release'):
log.trace('Parsing distrib info from /etc/altlinux-release')
# ALT Linux
grains['lsb_distrib_id'] = 'altlinux'
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/etc/altlinux-release') as ifile:
# This file is symlinked to from:
# /etc/fedora-release
# /etc/redhat-release
# /etc/system-release
for line in ifile:
# ALT Linux Sisyphus (unstable)
comps = line.split()
if comps[0] == 'ALT':
grains['lsb_distrib_release'] = comps[2]
grains['lsb_distrib_codename'] = \
comps[3].replace('(', '').replace(')', '')
elif os.path.isfile('/etc/centos-release'):
log.trace('Parsing distrib info from /etc/centos-release')
# CentOS Linux
grains['lsb_distrib_id'] = 'CentOS'
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/etc/centos-release') as ifile:
for line in ifile:
# Need to pull out the version and codename
# in the case of custom content in /etc/centos-release
find_release = re.compile(r'\d+\.\d+')
find_codename = re.compile(r'(?<=\()(.*?)(?=\))')
release = find_release.search(line)
codename = find_codename.search(line)
if release is not None:
grains['lsb_distrib_release'] = release.group()
if codename is not None:
grains['lsb_distrib_codename'] = codename.group()
elif os.path.isfile('/etc.defaults/VERSION') \
and os.path.isfile('/etc.defaults/synoinfo.conf'):
grains['osfullname'] = 'Synology'
log.trace(
'Parsing Synology distrib info from /etc/.defaults/VERSION'
)
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/etc.defaults/VERSION', 'r') as fp_:
synoinfo = {}
for line in fp_:
try:
key, val = line.rstrip('\n').split('=')
except ValueError:
continue
if key in ('majorversion', 'minorversion',
'buildnumber'):
synoinfo[key] = val.strip('"')
if len(synoinfo) != 3:
log.warning(
'Unable to determine Synology version info. '
'Please report this, as it is likely a bug.'
)
else:
grains['osrelease'] = (
'{majorversion}.{minorversion}-{buildnumber}'
.format(**synoinfo)
)
# Use the already intelligent platform module to get distro info
# (though apparently it's not intelligent enough to strip quotes)
log.trace(
'Getting OS name, release, and codename from '
'platform.linux_distribution()'
)
(osname, osrelease, oscodename) = \
[x.strip('"').strip("'") for x in
linux_distribution(supported_dists=_supported_dists)]
# Try to assign these three names based on the lsb info, they tend to
# be more accurate than what python gets from /etc/DISTRO-release.
# It's worth noting that Ubuntu has patched their Python distribution
# so that linux_distribution() does the /etc/lsb-release parsing, but
# we do it anyway here for the sake for full portability.
if 'osfullname' not in grains:
# If NI Linux RT distribution, set the grains['osfullname'] to 'nilrt'
if grains.get('lsb_distrib_id', '').lower().startswith('nilrt'):
grains['osfullname'] = 'nilrt'
else:
grains['osfullname'] = grains.get('lsb_distrib_id', osname).strip()
if 'osrelease' not in grains:
# NOTE: This is a workaround for CentOS 7 os-release bug
# https://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=8359
# /etc/os-release contains no minor distro release number so we fall back to parse
# /etc/centos-release file instead.
# Commit introducing this comment should be reverted after the upstream bug is released.
if 'CentOS Linux 7' in grains.get('lsb_distrib_codename', ''):
grains.pop('lsb_distrib_release', None)
grains['osrelease'] = grains.get('lsb_distrib_release', osrelease).strip()
grains['oscodename'] = grains.get('lsb_distrib_codename', '').strip() or oscodename
if 'Red Hat' in grains['oscodename']:
grains['oscodename'] = oscodename
distroname = _REPLACE_LINUX_RE.sub('', grains['osfullname']).strip()
# return the first ten characters with no spaces, lowercased
shortname = distroname.replace(' ', '').lower()[:10]
# this maps the long names from the /etc/DISTRO-release files to the
# traditional short names that Salt has used.
if 'os' not in grains:
grains['os'] = _OS_NAME_MAP.get(shortname, distroname)
grains.update(_linux_cpudata())
grains.update(_linux_gpu_data())
elif grains['kernel'] == 'SunOS':
if salt.utils.platform.is_smartos():
# See https://github.com/joyent/smartos-live/issues/224
if HAS_UNAME:
uname_v = os.uname()[3] # format: joyent_20161101T004406Z
else:
uname_v = os.name
uname_v = uname_v[uname_v.index('_')+1:]
grains['os'] = grains['osfullname'] = 'SmartOS'
# store a parsed version of YYYY.MM.DD as osrelease
grains['osrelease'] = ".".join([
uname_v.split('T')[0][0:4],
uname_v.split('T')[0][4:6],
uname_v.split('T')[0][6:8],
])
# store a untouched copy of the timestamp in osrelease_stamp
grains['osrelease_stamp'] = uname_v
elif os.path.isfile('/etc/release'):
with salt.utils.files.fopen('/etc/release', 'r') as fp_:
rel_data = fp_.read()
try:
release_re = re.compile(
r'((?:Open|Oracle )?Solaris|OpenIndiana|OmniOS) (Development)?'
r'\s*(\d+\.?\d*|v\d+)\s?[A-Z]*\s?(r\d+|\d+\/\d+|oi_\S+|snv_\S+)?'
)
osname, development, osmajorrelease, osminorrelease = release_re.search(rel_data).groups()
except AttributeError:
# Set a blank osrelease grain and fallback to 'Solaris'
# as the 'os' grain.
grains['os'] = grains['osfullname'] = 'Solaris'
grains['osrelease'] = ''
else:
if development is not None:
osname = ' '.join((osname, development))
if HAS_UNAME:
uname_v = os.uname()[3]
else:
uname_v = os.name
grains['os'] = grains['osfullname'] = osname
if osname in ['Oracle Solaris'] and uname_v.startswith(osmajorrelease):
# Oracla Solars 11 and up have minor version in uname
grains['osrelease'] = uname_v
elif osname in ['OmniOS']:
# OmniOS
osrelease = []
osrelease.append(osmajorrelease[1:])
osrelease.append(osminorrelease[1:])
grains['osrelease'] = ".".join(osrelease)
grains['osrelease_stamp'] = uname_v
else:
# Sun Solaris 10 and earlier/comparable
osrelease = []
osrelease.append(osmajorrelease)
if osminorrelease:
osrelease.append(osminorrelease)
grains['osrelease'] = ".".join(osrelease)
grains['osrelease_stamp'] = uname_v
grains.update(_sunos_cpudata())
elif grains['kernel'] == 'VMkernel':
grains['os'] = 'ESXi'
elif grains['kernel'] == 'Darwin':
osrelease = __salt__['cmd.run']('sw_vers -productVersion')
osname = __salt__['cmd.run']('sw_vers -productName')
osbuild = __salt__['cmd.run']('sw_vers -buildVersion')
grains['os'] = 'MacOS'
grains['os_family'] = 'MacOS'
grains['osfullname'] = "{0} {1}".format(osname, osrelease)
grains['osrelease'] = osrelease
grains['osbuild'] = osbuild
grains['init'] = 'launchd'
grains.update(_bsd_cpudata(grains))
grains.update(_osx_gpudata())
grains.update(_osx_platform_data())
elif grains['kernel'] == 'AIX':
osrelease = __salt__['cmd.run']('oslevel')
osrelease_techlevel = __salt__['cmd.run']('oslevel -r')
osname = __salt__['cmd.run']('uname')
grains['os'] = 'AIX'
grains['osfullname'] = osname
grains['osrelease'] = osrelease
grains['osrelease_techlevel'] = osrelease_techlevel
grains.update(_aix_cpudata())
else:
grains['os'] = grains['kernel']
if grains['kernel'] == 'FreeBSD':
try:
grains['osrelease'] = __salt__['cmd.run']('freebsd-version -u').split('-')[0]
except salt.exceptions.CommandExecutionError:
# freebsd-version was introduced in 10.0.
# derive osrelease from kernelversion prior to that
grains['osrelease'] = grains['kernelrelease'].split('-')[0]
grains.update(_bsd_cpudata(grains))
if grains['kernel'] in ('OpenBSD', 'NetBSD'):
grains.update(_bsd_cpudata(grains))
grains['osrelease'] = grains['kernelrelease'].split('-')[0]
if grains['kernel'] == 'NetBSD':
grains.update(_netbsd_gpu_data())
if not grains['os']:
grains['os'] = 'Unknown {0}'.format(grains['kernel'])
grains['os_family'] = 'Unknown'
else:
# this assigns family names based on the os name
# family defaults to the os name if not found
grains['os_family'] = _OS_FAMILY_MAP.get(grains['os'],
grains['os'])
# Build the osarch grain. This grain will be used for platform-specific
# considerations such as package management. Fall back to the CPU
# architecture.
if grains.get('os_family') == 'Debian':
osarch = __salt__['cmd.run']('dpkg --print-architecture').strip()
elif grains.get('os_family') in ['RedHat', 'Suse']:
osarch = salt.utils.pkg.rpm.get_osarch()
elif grains.get('os_family') in ('NILinuxRT', 'Poky'):
archinfo = {}
for line in __salt__['cmd.run']('opkg print-architecture').splitlines():
if line.startswith('arch'):
_, arch, priority = line.split()
archinfo[arch.strip()] = int(priority.strip())
# Return osarch in priority order (higher to lower)
osarch = sorted(archinfo, key=archinfo.get, reverse=True)
else:
osarch = grains['cpuarch']
grains['osarch'] = osarch
grains.update(_memdata(grains))
# Get the hardware and bios data
grains.update(_hw_data(grains))
# Load the virtual machine info
grains.update(_virtual(grains))
grains.update(_virtual_hv(grains))
grains.update(_ps(grains))
if grains.get('osrelease', ''):
osrelease_info = grains['osrelease'].split('.')
for idx, value in enumerate(osrelease_info):
if not value.isdigit():
continue
osrelease_info[idx] = int(value)
grains['osrelease_info'] = tuple(osrelease_info)
try:
grains['osmajorrelease'] = int(grains['osrelease_info'][0])
except (IndexError, TypeError, ValueError):
log.debug(
'Unable to derive osmajorrelease from osrelease_info \'%s\'. '
'The osmajorrelease grain will not be set.',
grains['osrelease_info']
)
os_name = grains['os' if grains.get('os') in (
'Debian', 'FreeBSD', 'OpenBSD', 'NetBSD', 'Mac', 'Raspbian') else 'osfullname']
grains['osfinger'] = '{0}-{1}'.format(
os_name, grains['osrelease'] if os_name in ('Ubuntu',) else grains['osrelease_info'][0])
return grains
def locale_info():
'''
Provides
defaultlanguage
defaultencoding
'''
grains = {}
grains['locale_info'] = {}
if salt.utils.platform.is_proxy():
return grains
try:
(
grains['locale_info']['defaultlanguage'],
grains['locale_info']['defaultencoding']
) = locale.getdefaultlocale()
except Exception:
# locale.getdefaultlocale can ValueError!! Catch anything else it
# might do, per #2205
grains['locale_info']['defaultlanguage'] = 'unknown'
grains['locale_info']['defaultencoding'] = 'unknown'
grains['locale_info']['detectedencoding'] = __salt_system_encoding__
grains['locale_info']['timezone'] = 'unknown'
if _DATEUTIL_TZ:
try:
grains['locale_info']['timezone'] = datetime.datetime.now(dateutil.tz.tzlocal()).tzname()
except UnicodeDecodeError:
# Because the method 'tzname' is not a part of salt the decoding error cant be fixed.
# The error is in datetime in the python2 lib
if salt.utils.platform.is_windows():
grains['locale_info']['timezone'] = time.tzname[0].decode('mbcs')
return grains
def hostname():
'''
Return fqdn, hostname, domainname
.. note::
On Windows the ``domain`` grain may refer to the dns entry for the host
instead of the Windows domain to which the host is joined. It may also
be empty if not a part of any domain. Refer to the ``windowsdomain``
grain instead
'''
# This is going to need some work
# Provides:
# fqdn
# host
# localhost
# domain
global __FQDN__
grains = {}
if salt.utils.platform.is_proxy():
return grains
grains['localhost'] = socket.gethostname()
if __FQDN__ is None:
__FQDN__ = salt.utils.network.get_fqhostname()
# On some distros (notably FreeBSD) if there is no hostname set
# salt.utils.network.get_fqhostname() will return None.
# In this case we punt and log a message at error level, but force the
# hostname and domain to be localhost.localdomain
# Otherwise we would stacktrace below
if __FQDN__ is None: # still!
log.error('Having trouble getting a hostname. Does this machine have its hostname and domain set properly?')
__FQDN__ = 'localhost.localdomain'
grains['fqdn'] = __FQDN__
(grains['host'], grains['domain']) = grains['fqdn'].partition('.')[::2]
return grains
def append_domain():
'''
Return append_domain if set
'''
grain = {}
if salt.utils.platform.is_proxy():
return grain
if 'append_domain' in __opts__:
grain['append_domain'] = __opts__['append_domain']
return grain
def fqdns():
'''
Return all known FQDNs for the system by enumerating all interfaces and
then trying to reverse resolve them (excluding 'lo' interface).
'''
# Provides:
# fqdns
grains = {}
fqdns = set()
addresses = salt.utils.network.ip_addrs(include_loopback=False,
interface_data=_INTERFACES)
addresses.extend(salt.utils.network.ip_addrs6(include_loopback=False,
interface_data=_INTERFACES))
err_message = 'An exception occurred resolving address \'%s\': %s'
for ip in addresses:
try:
fqdns.add(socket.getfqdn(socket.gethostbyaddr(ip)[0]))
except socket.herror as err:
if err.errno == 0:
# No FQDN for this IP address, so we don't need to know this all the time.
log.debug("Unable to resolve address %s: %s", ip, err)
else:
log.error(err_message, ip, err)
except (socket.error, socket.gaierror, socket.timeout) as err:
log.error(err_message, ip, err)
grains['fqdns'] = sorted(list(fqdns))
return grains
def ip_fqdn():
'''
Return ip address and FQDN grains
'''
if salt.utils.platform.is_proxy():
return {}
ret = {}
ret['ipv4'] = salt.utils.network.ip_addrs(include_loopback=True)
ret['ipv6'] = salt.utils.network.ip_addrs6(include_loopback=True)
_fqdn = hostname()['fqdn']
for socket_type, ipv_num in ((socket.AF_INET, '4'), (socket.AF_INET6, '6')):
key = 'fqdn_ip' + ipv_num
if not ret['ipv' + ipv_num]:
ret[key] = []
else:
try:
start_time = datetime.datetime.utcnow()
info = socket.getaddrinfo(_fqdn, None, socket_type)
ret[key] = list(set(item[4][0] for item in info))
except socket.error:
timediff = datetime.datetime.utcnow() - start_time
if timediff.seconds > 5 and __opts__['__role'] == 'master':
log.warning(
'Unable to find IPv%s record for "%s" causing a %s '
'second timeout when rendering grains. Set the dns or '
'/etc/hosts for IPv%s to clear this.',
ipv_num, _fqdn, timediff, ipv_num
)
ret[key] = []
return ret
def ip_interfaces():
'''
Provide a dict of the connected interfaces and their ip addresses
The addresses will be passed as a list for each interface
'''
# Provides:
# ip_interfaces
if salt.utils.platform.is_proxy():
return {}
ret = {}
ifaces = _get_interfaces()
for face in ifaces:
iface_ips = []
for inet in ifaces[face].get('inet', []):
if 'address' in inet:
iface_ips.append(inet['address'])
for inet in ifaces[face].get('inet6', []):
if 'address' in inet:
iface_ips.append(inet['address'])
for secondary in ifaces[face].get('secondary', []):
if 'address' in secondary:
iface_ips.append(secondary['address'])
ret[face] = iface_ips
return {'ip_interfaces': ret}
def ip4_interfaces():
'''
Provide a dict of the connected interfaces and their ip4 addresses
The addresses will be passed as a list for each interface
'''
# Provides:
# ip_interfaces
if salt.utils.platform.is_proxy():
return {}
ret = {}
ifaces = _get_interfaces()
for face in ifaces:
iface_ips = []
for inet in ifaces[face].get('inet', []):
if 'address' in inet:
iface_ips.append(inet['address'])
for secondary in ifaces[face].get('secondary', []):
if 'address' in secondary:
iface_ips.append(secondary['address'])
ret[face] = iface_ips
return {'ip4_interfaces': ret}
def ip6_interfaces():
'''
Provide a dict of the connected interfaces and their ip6 addresses
The addresses will be passed as a list for each interface
'''
# Provides:
# ip_interfaces
if salt.utils.platform.is_proxy():
return {}
ret = {}
ifaces = _get_interfaces()
for face in ifaces:
iface_ips = []
for inet in ifaces[face].get('inet6', []):
if 'address' in inet:
iface_ips.append(inet['address'])
for secondary in ifaces[face].get('secondary', []):
if 'address' in secondary:
iface_ips.append(secondary['address'])
ret[face] = iface_ips
return {'ip6_interfaces': ret}
def hwaddr_interfaces():
'''
Provide a dict of the connected interfaces and their
hw addresses (Mac Address)
'''
# Provides:
# hwaddr_interfaces
ret = {}
ifaces = _get_interfaces()
for face in ifaces:
if 'hwaddr' in ifaces[face]:
ret[face] = ifaces[face]['hwaddr']
return {'hwaddr_interfaces': ret}
def dns():
'''
Parse the resolver configuration file
.. versionadded:: 2016.3.0
'''
# Provides:
# dns
if salt.utils.platform.is_windows() or 'proxyminion' in __opts__:
return {}
resolv = salt.utils.dns.parse_resolv()
for key in ('nameservers', 'ip4_nameservers', 'ip6_nameservers',
'sortlist'):
if key in resolv:
resolv[key] = [six.text_type(i) for i in resolv[key]]
return {'dns': resolv} if resolv else {}
def get_machine_id():
'''
Provide the machine-id for machine/virtualization combination
'''
# Provides:
# machine-id
if platform.system() == 'AIX':
return _aix_get_machine_id()
locations = ['/etc/machine-id', '/var/lib/dbus/machine-id']
existing_locations = [loc for loc in locations if os.path.exists(loc)]
if not existing_locations:
return {}
else:
with salt.utils.files.fopen(existing_locations[0]) as machineid:
return {'machine_id': machineid.read().strip()}
def path():
'''
Return the path
'''
# Provides:
# path
return {'path': os.environ.get('PATH', '').strip()}
def pythonversion():
'''
Return the Python version
'''
# Provides:
# pythonversion
return {'pythonversion': list(sys.version_info)}
def pythonpath():
'''
Return the Python path
'''
# Provides:
# pythonpath
return {'pythonpath': sys.path}
def pythonexecutable():
'''
Return the python executable in use
'''
# Provides:
# pythonexecutable
return {'pythonexecutable': sys.executable}
def saltpath():
'''
Return the path of the salt module
'''
# Provides:
# saltpath
salt_path = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(__file__, os.path.pardir))
return {'saltpath': os.path.dirname(salt_path)}
def saltversion():
'''
Return the version of salt
'''
# Provides:
# saltversion
from salt.version import __version__
return {'saltversion': __version__}
def zmqversion():
'''
Return the zeromq version
'''
# Provides:
# zmqversion
try:
import zmq
return {'zmqversion': zmq.zmq_version()} # pylint: disable=no-member
except ImportError:
return {}
def saltversioninfo():
'''
Return the version_info of salt
.. versionadded:: 0.17.0
'''
# Provides:
# saltversioninfo
from salt.version import __version_info__
return {'saltversioninfo': list(__version_info__)}
def _hw_data(osdata):
'''
Get system specific hardware data from dmidecode
Provides
biosversion
productname
manufacturer
serialnumber
biosreleasedate
uuid
.. versionadded:: 0.9.5
'''
if salt.utils.platform.is_proxy():
return {}
grains = {}
if osdata['kernel'] == 'Linux' and os.path.exists('/sys/class/dmi/id'):
# On many Linux distributions basic firmware information is available via sysfs
# requires CONFIG_DMIID to be enabled in the Linux kernel configuration
sysfs_firmware_info = {
'biosversion': 'bios_version',
'productname': 'product_name',
'manufacturer': 'sys_vendor',
'biosreleasedate': 'bios_date',
'uuid': 'product_uuid',
'serialnumber': 'product_serial'
}
for key, fw_file in sysfs_firmware_info.items():
contents_file = os.path.join('/sys/class/dmi/id', fw_file)
if os.path.exists(contents_file):
try:
with salt.utils.files.fopen(contents_file, 'r') as ifile:
grains[key] = salt.utils.stringutils.to_unicode(ifile.read().strip(), errors='replace')
if key == 'uuid':
grains['uuid'] = grains['uuid'].lower()
except (IOError, OSError) as err:
# PermissionError is new to Python 3, but corresponds to the EACESS and
# EPERM error numbers. Use those instead here for PY2 compatibility.
if err.errno == EACCES or err.errno == EPERM:
# Skip the grain if non-root user has no access to the file.
pass
elif salt.utils.path.which_bin(['dmidecode', 'smbios']) is not None and not (
salt.utils.platform.is_smartos() or
( # SunOS on SPARC - 'smbios: failed to load SMBIOS: System does not export an SMBIOS table'
osdata['kernel'] == 'SunOS' and
osdata['cpuarch'].startswith('sparc')
)):
# On SmartOS (possibly SunOS also) smbios only works in the global zone
# smbios is also not compatible with linux's smbios (smbios -s = print summarized)
grains = {
'biosversion': __salt__['smbios.get']('bios-version'),
'productname': __salt__['smbios.get']('system-product-name'),
'manufacturer': __salt__['smbios.get']('system-manufacturer'),
'biosreleasedate': __salt__['smbios.get']('bios-release-date'),
'uuid': __salt__['smbios.get']('system-uuid')
}
grains = dict([(key, val) for key, val in grains.items() if val is not None])
uuid = __salt__['smbios.get']('system-uuid')
if uuid is not None:
grains['uuid'] = uuid.lower()
for serial in ('system-serial-number', 'chassis-serial-number', 'baseboard-serial-number'):
serial = __salt__['smbios.get'](serial)
if serial is not None:
grains['serialnumber'] = serial
break
elif salt.utils.path.which_bin(['fw_printenv']) is not None:
# ARM Linux devices expose UBOOT env variables via fw_printenv
hwdata = {
'manufacturer': 'manufacturer',
'serialnumber': 'serial#',
'productname': 'DeviceDesc',
}
for grain_name, cmd_key in six.iteritems(hwdata):
result = __salt__['cmd.run_all']('fw_printenv {0}'.format(cmd_key))
if result['retcode'] == 0:
uboot_keyval = result['stdout'].split('=')
grains[grain_name] = _clean_value(grain_name, uboot_keyval[1])
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'FreeBSD':
# On FreeBSD /bin/kenv (already in base system)
# can be used instead of dmidecode
kenv = salt.utils.path.which('kenv')
if kenv:
# In theory, it will be easier to add new fields to this later
fbsd_hwdata = {
'biosversion': 'smbios.bios.version',
'manufacturer': 'smbios.system.maker',
'serialnumber': 'smbios.system.serial',
'productname': 'smbios.system.product',
'biosreleasedate': 'smbios.bios.reldate',
'uuid': 'smbios.system.uuid',
}
for key, val in six.iteritems(fbsd_hwdata):
value = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} {1}'.format(kenv, val))
grains[key] = _clean_value(key, value)
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'OpenBSD':
sysctl = salt.utils.path.which('sysctl')
hwdata = {'biosversion': 'hw.version',
'manufacturer': 'hw.vendor',
'productname': 'hw.product',
'serialnumber': 'hw.serialno',
'uuid': 'hw.uuid'}
for key, oid in six.iteritems(hwdata):
value = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} -n {1}'.format(sysctl, oid))
if not value.endswith(' value is not available'):
grains[key] = _clean_value(key, value)
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'NetBSD':
sysctl = salt.utils.path.which('sysctl')
nbsd_hwdata = {
'biosversion': 'machdep.dmi.board-version',
'manufacturer': 'machdep.dmi.system-vendor',
'serialnumber': 'machdep.dmi.system-serial',
'productname': 'machdep.dmi.system-product',
'biosreleasedate': 'machdep.dmi.bios-date',
'uuid': 'machdep.dmi.system-uuid',
}
for key, oid in six.iteritems(nbsd_hwdata):
result = __salt__['cmd.run_all']('{0} -n {1}'.format(sysctl, oid))
if result['retcode'] == 0:
grains[key] = _clean_value(key, result['stdout'])
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'Darwin':
grains['manufacturer'] = 'Apple Inc.'
sysctl = salt.utils.path.which('sysctl')
hwdata = {'productname': 'hw.model'}
for key, oid in hwdata.items():
value = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} -b {1}'.format(sysctl, oid))
if not value.endswith(' is invalid'):
grains[key] = _clean_value(key, value)
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'SunOS' and osdata['cpuarch'].startswith('sparc'):
# Depending on the hardware model, commands can report different bits
# of information. With that said, consolidate the output from various
# commands and attempt various lookups.
data = ""
for (cmd, args) in (('/usr/sbin/prtdiag', '-v'), ('/usr/sbin/prtconf', '-vp'), ('/usr/sbin/virtinfo', '-a')):
if salt.utils.path.which(cmd): # Also verifies that cmd is executable
data += __salt__['cmd.run']('{0} {1}'.format(cmd, args))
data += '\n'
sn_regexes = [
re.compile(r) for r in [
r'(?im)^\s*Chassis\s+Serial\s+Number\n-+\n(\S+)', # prtdiag
r'(?im)^\s*chassis-sn:\s*(\S+)', # prtconf
r'(?im)^\s*Chassis\s+Serial#:\s*(\S+)', # virtinfo
]
]
obp_regexes = [
re.compile(r) for r in [
r'(?im)^\s*System\s+PROM\s+revisions.*\nVersion\n-+\nOBP\s+(\S+)\s+(\S+)', # prtdiag
r'(?im)^\s*version:\s*\'OBP\s+(\S+)\s+(\S+)', # prtconf
]
]
fw_regexes = [
re.compile(r) for r in [
r'(?im)^\s*Sun\s+System\s+Firmware\s+(\S+)\s+(\S+)', # prtdiag
]
]
uuid_regexes = [
re.compile(r) for r in [
r'(?im)^\s*Domain\s+UUID:\s*(\S+)', # virtinfo
]
]
manufacture_regexes = [
re.compile(r) for r in [
r'(?im)^\s*System\s+Configuration:\s*(.*)(?=sun)', # prtdiag
]
]
product_regexes = [
re.compile(r) for r in [
r'(?im)^\s*System\s+Configuration:\s*.*?sun\d\S+[^\S\r\n]*(.*)', # prtdiag
r'(?im)^[^\S\r\n]*banner-name:[^\S\r\n]*(.*)', # prtconf
r'(?im)^[^\S\r\n]*product-name:[^\S\r\n]*(.*)', # prtconf
]
]
sn_regexes = [
re.compile(r) for r in [
r'(?im)Chassis\s+Serial\s+Number\n-+\n(\S+)', # prtdiag
r'(?i)Chassis\s+Serial#:\s*(\S+)', # virtinfo
r'(?i)chassis-sn:\s*(\S+)', # prtconf
]
]
obp_regexes = [
re.compile(r) for r in [
r'(?im)System\s+PROM\s+revisions.*\nVersion\n-+\nOBP\s+(\S+)\s+(\S+)', # prtdiag
r'(?im)version:\s*\'OBP\s+(\S+)\s+(\S+)', # prtconf
]
]
fw_regexes = [
re.compile(r) for r in [
r'(?i)Sun\s+System\s+Firmware\s+(\S+)\s+(\S+)', # prtdiag
]
]
uuid_regexes = [
re.compile(r) for r in [
r'(?i)Domain\s+UUID:\s+(\S+)', # virtinfo
]
]
for regex in sn_regexes:
res = regex.search(data)
if res and len(res.groups()) >= 1:
grains['serialnumber'] = res.group(1).strip().replace("'", "")
break
for regex in obp_regexes:
res = regex.search(data)
if res and len(res.groups()) >= 1:
obp_rev, obp_date = res.groups()[0:2] # Limit the number in case we found the data in multiple places
grains['biosversion'] = obp_rev.strip().replace("'", "")
grains['biosreleasedate'] = obp_date.strip().replace("'", "")
for regex in fw_regexes:
res = regex.search(data)
if res and len(res.groups()) >= 1:
fw_rev, fw_date = res.groups()[0:2]
grains['systemfirmware'] = fw_rev.strip().replace("'", "")
grains['systemfirmwaredate'] = fw_date.strip().replace("'", "")
break
for regex in uuid_regexes:
res = regex.search(data)
if res and len(res.groups()) >= 1:
grains['uuid'] = res.group(1).strip().replace("'", "")
break
for regex in manufacture_regexes:
res = regex.search(data)
if res and len(res.groups()) >= 1:
grains['manufacture'] = res.group(1).strip().replace("'", "")
break
for regex in product_regexes:
res = regex.search(data)
if res and len(res.groups()) >= 1:
t_productname = res.group(1).strip().replace("'", "")
if t_productname:
grains['product'] = t_productname
grains['productname'] = t_productname
break
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'AIX':
cmd = salt.utils.path.which('prtconf')
if cmd:
data = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0}'.format(cmd)) + os.linesep
for dest, regstring in (('serialnumber', r'(?im)^\s*Machine\s+Serial\s+Number:\s+(\S+)'),
('systemfirmware', r'(?im)^\s*Firmware\s+Version:\s+(.*)')):
for regex in [re.compile(r) for r in [regstring]]:
res = regex.search(data)
if res and len(res.groups()) >= 1:
grains[dest] = res.group(1).strip().replace("'", '')
product_regexes = [re.compile(r'(?im)^\s*System\s+Model:\s+(\S+)')]
for regex in product_regexes:
res = regex.search(data)
if res and len(res.groups()) >= 1:
grains['manufacturer'], grains['productname'] = res.group(1).strip().replace("'", "").split(",")
break
else:
log.error('The \'prtconf\' binary was not found in $PATH.')
elif osdata['kernel'] == 'AIX':
cmd = salt.utils.path.which('prtconf')
if data:
data = __salt__['cmd.run']('{0}'.format(cmd)) + os.linesep
for dest, regstring in (('serialnumber', r'(?im)^\s*Machine\s+Serial\s+Number:\s+(\S+)'),
('systemfirmware', r'(?im)^\s*Firmware\s+Version:\s+(.*)')):
for regex in [re.compile(r) for r in [regstring]]:
res = regex.search(data)
if res and len(res.groups()) >= 1:
grains[dest] = res.group(1).strip().replace("'", '')
product_regexes = [re.compile(r'(?im)^\s*System\s+Model:\s+(\S+)')]
for regex in product_regexes:
res = regex.search(data)
if res and len(res.groups()) >= 1:
grains['manufacturer'], grains['productname'] = res.group(1).strip().replace("'", "").split(",")
break
else:
log.error('The \'prtconf\' binary was not found in $PATH.')
return grains
def get_server_id():
'''
Provides an integer based on the FQDN of a machine.
Useful as server-id in MySQL replication or anywhere else you'll need an ID
like this.
'''
# Provides:
# server_id
if salt.utils.platform.is_proxy():
return {}
id_ = __opts__.get('id', '')
id_hash = None
py_ver = sys.version_info[:2]
if py_ver >= (3, 3):
# Python 3.3 enabled hash randomization, so we need to shell out to get
# a reliable hash.
id_hash = __salt__['cmd.run'](
[sys.executable, '-c', 'print(hash("{0}"))'.format(id_)],
env={'PYTHONHASHSEED': '0'}
)
try:
id_hash = int(id_hash)
except (TypeError, ValueError):
log.debug(
'Failed to hash the ID to get the server_id grain. Result of '
'hash command: %s', id_hash
)
id_hash = None
if id_hash is None:
# Python < 3.3 or error encountered above
id_hash = hash(id_)
return {'server_id': abs(id_hash % (2 ** 31))}
def get_master():
'''
Provides the minion with the name of its master.
This is useful in states to target other services running on the master.
'''
# Provides:
# master
return {'master': __opts__.get('master', '')}
def default_gateway():
'''
Populates grains which describe whether a server has a default gateway
configured or not. Uses `ip -4 route show` and `ip -6 route show` and greps
for a `default` at the beginning of any line. Assuming the standard
`default via <ip>` format for default gateways, it will also parse out the
ip address of the default gateway, and put it in ip4_gw or ip6_gw.
If the `ip` command is unavailable, no grains will be populated.
Currently does not support multiple default gateways. The grains will be
set to the first default gateway found.
List of grains:
ip4_gw: True # ip/True/False if default ipv4 gateway
ip6_gw: True # ip/True/False if default ipv6 gateway
ip_gw: True # True if either of the above is True, False otherwise
'''
grains = {}
ip_bin = salt.utils.path.which('ip')
if not ip_bin:
return {}
grains['ip_gw'] = False
grains['ip4_gw'] = False
grains['ip6_gw'] = False
for ip_version in ('4', '6'):
try:
out = __salt__['cmd.run']([ip_bin, '-' + ip_version, 'route', 'show'])
for line in out.splitlines():
if line.startswith('default'):
grains['ip_gw'] = True
grains['ip{0}_gw'.format(ip_version)] = True
try:
via, gw_ip = line.split()[1:3]
except ValueError:
pass
else:
if via == 'via':
grains['ip{0}_gw'.format(ip_version)] = gw_ip
break
except Exception:
continue
return grains
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