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#!/usr/bin/env python
# pyinotify.py - python interface to inotify
# Copyright (c) 2005-2015 Sebastien Martini <seb@dbzteam.org>
#
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# of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
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# furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
#
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#
# THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
# IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
# FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
# AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
# LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
# OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
# THE SOFTWARE.
"""
pyinotify
@author: Sebastien Martini
@license: MIT License
@contact: seb@dbzteam.org
"""
class PyinotifyError(Exception):
"""Indicates exceptions raised by a Pyinotify class."""
pass
class UnsupportedPythonVersionError(PyinotifyError):
"""
Raised on unsupported Python versions.
"""
def __init__(self, version):
"""
@param version: Current Python version
@type version: string
"""
PyinotifyError.__init__(self,
('Python %s is unsupported, requires '
'at least Python 3.0') % version)
# Check Python version
import sys
if sys.version_info < (3, 0):
raise UnsupportedPythonVersionError(sys.version)
# Import directives
import threading
import os
import select
import struct
import fcntl
import errno
import termios
import array
import logging
import atexit
from collections import deque
from datetime import datetime, timedelta
import time
import re
import asyncore
import glob
import locale
import subprocess
try:
from functools import reduce
except ImportError:
pass # Will fail on Python 2.4 which has reduce() builtin anyway.
try:
import ctypes
import ctypes.util
except ImportError:
ctypes = None
try:
import inotify_syscalls
except ImportError:
inotify_syscalls = None
__author__ = "seb@dbzteam.org (Sebastien Martini)"
__version__ = "0.9.6"
# Compatibity mode: set to True to improve compatibility with
# Pyinotify 0.7.1. Do not set this variable yourself, call the
# function compatibility_mode() instead.
COMPATIBILITY_MODE = False
class InotifyBindingNotFoundError(PyinotifyError):
"""
Raised when no inotify support couldn't be found.
"""
def __init__(self):
err = "Couldn't find any inotify binding"
PyinotifyError.__init__(self, err)
class INotifyWrapper:
"""
Abstract class wrapping access to inotify's functions. This is an
internal class.
"""
@staticmethod
def create():
"""
Factory method instanciating and returning the right wrapper.
"""
# First, try to use ctypes.
if ctypes:
inotify = _CtypesLibcINotifyWrapper()
if inotify.init():
return inotify
# Second, see if C extension is compiled.
if inotify_syscalls:
inotify = _INotifySyscallsWrapper()
if inotify.init():
return inotify
def get_errno(self):
"""
Return None is no errno code is available.
"""
return self._get_errno()
def str_errno(self):
code = self.get_errno()
if code is None:
return 'Errno: no errno support'
return 'Errno=%s (%s)' % (os.strerror(code), errno.errorcode[code])
def inotify_init(self):
return self._inotify_init()
def inotify_add_watch(self, fd, pathname, mask):
# Unicode strings must be encoded to string prior to calling this
# method.
assert isinstance(pathname, str)
return self._inotify_add_watch(fd, pathname, mask)
def inotify_rm_watch(self, fd, wd):
return self._inotify_rm_watch(fd, wd)
class _INotifySyscallsWrapper(INotifyWrapper):
def __init__(self):
# Stores the last errno value.
self._last_errno = None
def init(self):
assert inotify_syscalls
return True
def _get_errno(self):
return self._last_errno
def _inotify_init(self):
try:
fd = inotify_syscalls.inotify_init()
except IOError as err:
self._last_errno = err.errno
return -1
return fd
def _inotify_add_watch(self, fd, pathname, mask):
try:
wd = inotify_syscalls.inotify_add_watch(fd, pathname, mask)
except IOError as err:
self._last_errno = err.errno
return -1
return wd
def _inotify_rm_watch(self, fd, wd):
try:
ret = inotify_syscalls.inotify_rm_watch(fd, wd)
except IOError as err:
self._last_errno = err.errno
return -1
return ret
class _CtypesLibcINotifyWrapper(INotifyWrapper):
def __init__(self):
self._libc = None
self._get_errno_func = None
def init(self):
assert ctypes
try_libc_name = 'c'
if sys.platform.startswith('freebsd'):
try_libc_name = 'inotify'
libc_name = None
try:
libc_name = ctypes.util.find_library(try_libc_name)
except (OSError, IOError):
pass # Will attemp to load it with None anyway.
self._libc = ctypes.CDLL(libc_name, use_errno=True)
self._get_errno_func = ctypes.get_errno
# Eventually check that libc has needed inotify bindings.
if (not hasattr(self._libc, 'inotify_init') or
not hasattr(self._libc, 'inotify_add_watch') or
not hasattr(self._libc, 'inotify_rm_watch')):
return False
self._libc.inotify_init.argtypes = []
self._libc.inotify_init.restype = ctypes.c_int
self._libc.inotify_add_watch.argtypes = [ctypes.c_int, ctypes.c_char_p,
ctypes.c_uint32]
self._libc.inotify_add_watch.restype = ctypes.c_int
self._libc.inotify_rm_watch.argtypes = [ctypes.c_int, ctypes.c_int]
self._libc.inotify_rm_watch.restype = ctypes.c_int
return True
def _get_errno(self):
assert self._get_errno_func
return self._get_errno_func()
def _inotify_init(self):
assert self._libc is not None
return self._libc.inotify_init()
def _inotify_add_watch(self, fd, pathname, mask):
assert self._libc is not None
# Encodes path to a bytes string. This conversion seems required because
# ctypes.create_string_buffer seems to manipulate bytes internally.
# Moreover it seems that inotify_add_watch does not work very well when
# it receives an ctypes.create_unicode_buffer instance as argument.
pathname = pathname.encode(sys.getfilesystemencoding())
pathname = ctypes.create_string_buffer(pathname)
return self._libc.inotify_add_watch(fd, pathname, mask)
def _inotify_rm_watch(self, fd, wd):
assert self._libc is not None
return self._libc.inotify_rm_watch(fd, wd)
# Logging
def logger_init():
"""Initialize logger instance."""
log = logging.getLogger("pyinotify")
console_handler = logging.StreamHandler()
console_handler.setFormatter(
logging.Formatter("[%(asctime)s %(name)s %(levelname)s] %(message)s"))
log.addHandler(console_handler)
log.setLevel(20)
return log
log = logger_init()
# inotify's variables
class ProcINotify:
"""
Access (read, write) inotify's variables through /proc/sys/. Note that
usually it requires administrator rights to update them.
Examples:
- Read max_queued_events attribute: myvar = max_queued_events.value
- Update max_queued_events attribute: max_queued_events.value = 42
"""
def __init__(self, attr):
self._base = "/proc/sys/fs/inotify"
self._attr = attr
def get_val(self):
"""
Gets attribute's value.
@return: stored value.
@rtype: int
@raise IOError: if corresponding file in /proc/sys cannot be read.
"""
with open(os.path.join(self._base, self._attr), 'r') as file_obj:
return int(file_obj.readline())
def set_val(self, nval):
"""
Sets new attribute's value.
@param nval: replaces current value by nval.
@type nval: int
@raise IOError: if corresponding file in /proc/sys cannot be written.
"""
with open(os.path.join(self._base, self._attr), 'w') as file_obj:
file_obj.write(str(nval) + '\n')
value = property(get_val, set_val)
def __repr__(self):
return '<%s=%d>' % (self._attr, self.get_val())
# Inotify's variables
#
# Note: may raise IOError if the corresponding value in /proc/sys
# cannot be accessed.
#
# Examples:
# - read: myvar = max_queued_events.value
# - update: max_queued_events.value = 42
#
for attrname in ('max_queued_events', 'max_user_instances', 'max_user_watches'):
globals()[attrname] = ProcINotify(attrname)
class EventsCodes:
"""
Set of codes corresponding to each kind of events.
Some of these flags are used to communicate with inotify, whereas
the others are sent to userspace by inotify notifying some events.
@cvar IN_ACCESS: File was accessed.
@type IN_ACCESS: int
@cvar IN_MODIFY: File was modified.
@type IN_MODIFY: int
@cvar IN_ATTRIB: Metadata changed.
@type IN_ATTRIB: int
@cvar IN_CLOSE_WRITE: Writtable file was closed.
@type IN_CLOSE_WRITE: int
@cvar IN_CLOSE_NOWRITE: Unwrittable file closed.
@type IN_CLOSE_NOWRITE: int
@cvar IN_OPEN: File was opened.
@type IN_OPEN: int
@cvar IN_MOVED_FROM: File was moved from X.
@type IN_MOVED_FROM: int
@cvar IN_MOVED_TO: File was moved to Y.
@type IN_MOVED_TO: int
@cvar IN_CREATE: Subfile was created.
@type IN_CREATE: int
@cvar IN_DELETE: Subfile was deleted.
@type IN_DELETE: int
@cvar IN_DELETE_SELF: Self (watched item itself) was deleted.
@type IN_DELETE_SELF: int
@cvar IN_MOVE_SELF: Self (watched item itself) was moved.
@type IN_MOVE_SELF: int
@cvar IN_UNMOUNT: Backing fs was unmounted.
@type IN_UNMOUNT: int
@cvar IN_Q_OVERFLOW: Event queued overflowed.
@type IN_Q_OVERFLOW: int
@cvar IN_IGNORED: File was ignored.
@type IN_IGNORED: int
@cvar IN_ONLYDIR: only watch the path if it is a directory (new
in kernel 2.6.15).
@type IN_ONLYDIR: int
@cvar IN_DONT_FOLLOW: don't follow a symlink (new in kernel 2.6.15).
IN_ONLYDIR we can make sure that we don't watch
the target of symlinks.
@type IN_DONT_FOLLOW: int
@cvar IN_EXCL_UNLINK: Events are not generated for children after they
have been unlinked from the watched directory.
(new in kernel 2.6.36).
@type IN_EXCL_UNLINK: int
@cvar IN_MASK_ADD: add to the mask of an already existing watch (new
in kernel 2.6.14).
@type IN_MASK_ADD: int
@cvar IN_ISDIR: Event occurred against dir.
@type IN_ISDIR: int
@cvar IN_ONESHOT: Only send event once.
@type IN_ONESHOT: int
@cvar ALL_EVENTS: Alias for considering all of the events.
@type ALL_EVENTS: int
"""
# The idea here is 'configuration-as-code' - this way, we get our nice class
# constants, but we also get nice human-friendly text mappings to do lookups
# against as well, for free:
FLAG_COLLECTIONS = {'OP_FLAGS': {
'IN_ACCESS' : 0x00000001, # File was accessed
'IN_MODIFY' : 0x00000002, # File was modified
'IN_ATTRIB' : 0x00000004, # Metadata changed
'IN_CLOSE_WRITE' : 0x00000008, # Writable file was closed
'IN_CLOSE_NOWRITE' : 0x00000010, # Unwritable file closed
'IN_OPEN' : 0x00000020, # File was opened
'IN_MOVED_FROM' : 0x00000040, # File was moved from X
'IN_MOVED_TO' : 0x00000080, # File was moved to Y
'IN_CREATE' : 0x00000100, # Subfile was created
'IN_DELETE' : 0x00000200, # Subfile was deleted
'IN_DELETE_SELF' : 0x00000400, # Self (watched item itself)
# was deleted
'IN_MOVE_SELF' : 0x00000800, # Self (watched item itself) was moved
},
'EVENT_FLAGS': {
'IN_UNMOUNT' : 0x00002000, # Backing fs was unmounted
'IN_Q_OVERFLOW' : 0x00004000, # Event queued overflowed
'IN_IGNORED' : 0x00008000, # File was ignored
},
'SPECIAL_FLAGS': {
'IN_ONLYDIR' : 0x01000000, # only watch the path if it is a
# directory
'IN_DONT_FOLLOW' : 0x02000000, # don't follow a symlink
'IN_EXCL_UNLINK' : 0x04000000, # exclude events on unlinked objects
'IN_MASK_ADD' : 0x20000000, # add to the mask of an already
# existing watch
'IN_ISDIR' : 0x40000000, # event occurred against dir
'IN_ONESHOT' : 0x80000000, # only send event once
},
}
def maskname(mask):
"""
Returns the event name associated to mask. IN_ISDIR is appended to
the result when appropriate. Note: only one event is returned, because
only one event can be raised at a given time.
@param mask: mask.
@type mask: int
@return: event name.
@rtype: str
"""
ms = mask
name = '%s'
if mask & IN_ISDIR:
ms = mask - IN_ISDIR
name = '%s|IN_ISDIR'
return name % EventsCodes.ALL_VALUES[ms]
maskname = staticmethod(maskname)
# So let's now turn the configuration into code
EventsCodes.ALL_FLAGS = {}
EventsCodes.ALL_VALUES = {}
for flagc, valc in EventsCodes.FLAG_COLLECTIONS.items():
# Make the collections' members directly accessible through the
# class dictionary
setattr(EventsCodes, flagc, valc)
# Collect all the flags under a common umbrella
EventsCodes.ALL_FLAGS.update(valc)
# Make the individual masks accessible as 'constants' at globals() scope
# and masknames accessible by values.
for name, val in valc.items():
globals()[name] = val
EventsCodes.ALL_VALUES[val] = name
# all 'normal' events
ALL_EVENTS = reduce(lambda x, y: x | y, EventsCodes.OP_FLAGS.values())
EventsCodes.ALL_FLAGS['ALL_EVENTS'] = ALL_EVENTS
EventsCodes.ALL_VALUES[ALL_EVENTS] = 'ALL_EVENTS'
class _Event:
"""
Event structure, represent events raised by the system. This
is the base class and should be subclassed.
"""
def __init__(self, dict_):
"""
Attach attributes (contained in dict_) to self.
@param dict_: Set of attributes.
@type dict_: dictionary
"""
for tpl in dict_.items():
setattr(self, *tpl)
def __repr__(self):
"""
@return: Generic event string representation.
@rtype: str
"""
s = ''
for attr, value in sorted(self.__dict__.items(), key=lambda x: x[0]):
if attr.startswith('_'):
continue
if attr == 'mask':
value = hex(getattr(self, attr))
elif isinstance(value, str) and not value:
value = "''"
s += ' %s%s%s' % (output_format.field_name(attr),
output_format.punctuation('='),
output_format.field_value(value))
s = '%s%s%s %s' % (output_format.punctuation('<'),
output_format.class_name(self.__class__.__name__),
s,
output_format.punctuation('>'))
return s
def __str__(self):
return repr(self)
class _RawEvent(_Event):
"""
Raw event, it contains only the informations provided by the system.
It doesn't infer anything.
"""
def __init__(self, wd, mask, cookie, name):
"""
@param wd: Watch Descriptor.
@type wd: int
@param mask: Bitmask of events.
@type mask: int
@param cookie: Cookie.
@type cookie: int
@param name: Basename of the file or directory against which the
event was raised in case where the watched directory
is the parent directory. None if the event was raised
on the watched item itself.
@type name: string or None
"""
# Use this variable to cache the result of str(self), this object
# is immutable.
self._str = None
# name: remove trailing '\0'
d = {'wd': wd,
'mask': mask,
'cookie': cookie,
'name': name.rstrip('\0')}
_Event.__init__(self, d)
log.debug(str(self))
def __str__(self):
if self._str is None:
self._str = _Event.__str__(self)
return self._str
class Event(_Event):
"""
This class contains all the useful informations about the observed
event. However, the presence of each field is not guaranteed and
depends on the type of event. In effect, some fields are irrelevant
for some kind of event (for example 'cookie' is meaningless for
IN_CREATE whereas it is mandatory for IN_MOVE_TO).
The possible fields are:
- wd (int): Watch Descriptor.
- mask (int): Mask.
- maskname (str): Readable event name.
- path (str): path of the file or directory being watched.
- name (str): Basename of the file or directory against which the
event was raised in case where the watched directory
is the parent directory. None if the event was raised
on the watched item itself. This field is always provided
even if the string is ''.
- pathname (str): Concatenation of 'path' and 'name'.
- src_pathname (str): Only present for IN_MOVED_TO events and only in
the case where IN_MOVED_FROM events are watched too. Holds the
source pathname from where pathname was moved from.
- cookie (int): Cookie.
- dir (bool): True if the event was raised against a directory.
"""
def __init__(self, raw):
"""
Concretely, this is the raw event plus inferred infos.
"""
_Event.__init__(self, raw)
self.maskname = EventsCodes.maskname(self.mask)
if COMPATIBILITY_MODE:
self.event_name = self.maskname
try:
if self.name:
self.pathname = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(self.path,
self.name))
else:
self.pathname = os.path.abspath(self.path)
except AttributeError as err:
# Usually it is not an error some events are perfectly valids
# despite the lack of these attributes.
log.debug(err)
class ProcessEventError(PyinotifyError):
"""
ProcessEventError Exception. Raised on ProcessEvent error.
"""
def __init__(self, err):
"""
@param err: Exception error description.
@type err: string
"""
PyinotifyError.__init__(self, err)
class _ProcessEvent:
"""
Abstract processing event class.
"""
def __call__(self, event):
"""
To behave like a functor the object must be callable.
This method is a dispatch method. Its lookup order is:
1. process_MASKNAME method
2. process_FAMILY_NAME method
3. otherwise calls process_default
@param event: Event to be processed.
@type event: Event object
@return: By convention when used from the ProcessEvent class:
- Returning False or None (default value) means keep on
executing next chained functors (see chain.py example).
- Returning True instead means do not execute next
processing functions.
@rtype: bool
@raise ProcessEventError: Event object undispatchable,
unknown event.
"""
stripped_mask = event.mask - (event.mask & IN_ISDIR)
maskname = EventsCodes.ALL_VALUES.get(stripped_mask)
if maskname is None:
raise ProcessEventError("Unknown mask 0x%08x" % stripped_mask)
# 1- look for process_MASKNAME
meth = getattr(self, 'process_' + maskname, None)
if meth is not None:
return meth(event)
# 2- look for process_FAMILY_NAME
meth = getattr(self, 'process_IN_' + maskname.split('_')[1], None)
if meth is not None:
return meth(event)
# 3- default call method process_default
return self.process_default(event)
def __repr__(self):
return '<%s>' % self.__class__.__name__
class _SysProcessEvent(_ProcessEvent):
"""
There is three kind of processing according to each event:
1. special handling (deletion from internal container, bug, ...).
2. default treatment: which is applied to the majority of events.
3. IN_ISDIR is never sent alone, he is piggybacked with a standard
event, he is not processed as the others events, instead, its
value is captured and appropriately aggregated to dst event.
"""
def __init__(self, wm, notifier):
"""
@param wm: Watch Manager.
@type wm: WatchManager instance
@param notifier: Notifier.
@type notifier: Notifier instance
"""
self._watch_manager = wm # watch manager
self._notifier = notifier # notifier
self._mv_cookie = {} # {cookie(int): (src_path(str), date), ...}
self._mv = {} # {src_path(str): (dst_path(str), date), ...}
def cleanup(self):
"""
Cleanup (delete) old (>1mn) records contained in self._mv_cookie
and self._mv.
"""
date_cur_ = datetime.now()
for seq in (self._mv_cookie, self._mv):
for k in list(seq.keys()):
if (date_cur_ - seq[k][1]) > timedelta(minutes=1):
log.debug('Cleanup: deleting entry %s', seq[k][0])
del seq[k]
def process_IN_CREATE(self, raw_event):
"""
If the event affects a directory and the auto_add flag of the
targetted watch is set to True, a new watch is added on this
new directory, with the same attribute values than those of
this watch.
"""
if raw_event.mask & IN_ISDIR:
watch_ = self._watch_manager.get_watch(raw_event.wd)
created_dir = os.path.join(watch_.path, raw_event.name)
if watch_.auto_add and not watch_.exclude_filter(created_dir):
addw = self._watch_manager.add_watch
# The newly monitored directory inherits attributes from its
# parent directory.
addw_ret = addw(created_dir, watch_.mask,
proc_fun=watch_.proc_fun,
rec=False, auto_add=watch_.auto_add,
exclude_filter=watch_.exclude_filter)
# Trick to handle mkdir -p /d1/d2/t3 where d1 is watched and
# d2 and t3 (directory or file) are created.
# Since the directory d2 is new, then everything inside it must
# also be new.
created_dir_wd = addw_ret.get(created_dir)
if ((created_dir_wd is not None) and (created_dir_wd > 0) and
os.path.isdir(created_dir)):
try:
for name in os.listdir(created_dir):
inner = os.path.join(created_dir, name)
if self._watch_manager.get_wd(inner) is not None:
continue
# Generate (simulate) creation events for sub-
# directories and files.
if os.path.isfile(inner):
# symlinks are handled as files.
flags = IN_CREATE
elif os.path.isdir(inner):
flags = IN_CREATE | IN_ISDIR
else:
# This path should not be taken.
continue
rawevent = _RawEvent(created_dir_wd, flags, 0, name)
self._notifier.append_event(rawevent)
except OSError as err:
msg = "process_IN_CREATE, invalid directory: %s"
log.debug(msg % str(err))
return self.process_default(raw_event)
def process_IN_MOVED_FROM(self, raw_event):
"""
Map the cookie with the source path (+ date for cleaning).
"""
watch_ = self._watch_manager.get_watch(raw_event.wd)
path_ = watch_.path
src_path = os.path.normpath(os.path.join(path_, raw_event.name))
self._mv_cookie[raw_event.cookie] = (src_path, datetime.now())
return self.process_default(raw_event, {'cookie': raw_event.cookie})
def process_IN_MOVED_TO(self, raw_event):
"""
Map the source path with the destination path (+ date for
cleaning).
"""
watch_ = self._watch_manager.get_watch(raw_event.wd)
path_ = watch_.path
dst_path = os.path.normpath(os.path.join(path_, raw_event.name))
mv_ = self._mv_cookie.get(raw_event.cookie)
to_append = {'cookie': raw_event.cookie}
if mv_ is not None:
self._mv[mv_[0]] = (dst_path, datetime.now())
# Let's assume that IN_MOVED_FROM event is always queued before
# that its associated (they share a common cookie) IN_MOVED_TO
# event is queued itself. It is then possible in that scenario
# to provide as additional information to the IN_MOVED_TO event
# the original pathname of the moved file/directory.
to_append['src_pathname'] = mv_[0]
elif (raw_event.mask & IN_ISDIR and watch_.auto_add and
not watch_.exclude_filter(dst_path)):
# We got a diretory that's "moved in" from an unknown source and
# auto_add is enabled. Manually add watches to the inner subtrees.
# The newly monitored directory inherits attributes from its
# parent directory.
self._watch_manager.add_watch(dst_path, watch_.mask,
proc_fun=watch_.proc_fun,
rec=True, auto_add=True,
exclude_filter=watch_.exclude_filter)
return self.process_default(raw_event, to_append)
def process_IN_MOVE_SELF(self, raw_event):
"""
STATUS: the following bug has been fixed in recent kernels (FIXME:
which version ?). Now it raises IN_DELETE_SELF instead.
Old kernels were bugged, this event raised when the watched item
were moved, so we had to update its path, but under some circumstances
it was impossible: if its parent directory and its destination
directory wasn't watched. The kernel (see include/linux/fsnotify.h)
doesn't bring us enough informations like the destination path of
moved items.
"""
watch_ = self._watch_manager.get_watch(raw_event.wd)
src_path = watch_.path
mv_ = self._mv.get(src_path)
if mv_:
dest_path = mv_[0]
watch_.path = dest_path
# add the separator to the source path to avoid overlapping
# path issue when testing with startswith()
src_path += os.path.sep
src_path_len = len(src_path)
# The next loop renames all watches with src_path as base path.
# It seems that IN_MOVE_SELF does not provide IN_ISDIR information
# therefore the next loop is iterated even if raw_event is a file.
for w in self._watch_manager.watches.values():
if w.path.startswith(src_path):
# Note that dest_path is a normalized path.
w.path = os.path.join(dest_path, w.path[src_path_len:])
else:
log.error("The pathname '%s' of this watch %s has probably changed "
"and couldn't be updated, so it cannot be trusted "
"anymore. To fix this error move directories/files only "
"between watched parents directories, in this case e.g. "
"put a watch on '%s'.",
watch_.path, watch_,
os.path.normpath(os.path.join(watch_.path,
os.path.pardir)))
if not watch_.path.endswith('-unknown-path'):
watch_.path += '-unknown-path'
return self.process_default(raw_event)
def process_IN_Q_OVERFLOW(self, raw_event):
"""
Only signal an overflow, most of the common flags are irrelevant
for this event (path, wd, name).
"""
return Event({'mask': raw_event.mask})
def process_IN_IGNORED(self, raw_event):
"""
The watch descriptor raised by this event is now ignored (forever),
it can be safely deleted from the watch manager dictionary.
After this event we can be sure that neither the event queue nor
the system will raise an event associated to this wd again.
"""
event_ = self.process_default(raw_event)
self._watch_manager.del_watch(raw_event.wd)
return event_
def process_default(self, raw_event, to_append=None):
"""
Commons handling for the followings events:
IN_ACCESS, IN_MODIFY, IN_ATTRIB, IN_CLOSE_WRITE, IN_CLOSE_NOWRITE,
IN_OPEN, IN_DELETE, IN_DELETE_SELF, IN_UNMOUNT.
"""
watch_ = self._watch_manager.get_watch(raw_event.wd)
if raw_event.mask & (IN_DELETE_SELF | IN_MOVE_SELF):
# Unfornulately this information is not provided by the kernel
dir_ = watch_.dir
else:
dir_ = bool(raw_event.mask & IN_ISDIR)
dict_ = {'wd': raw_event.wd,
'mask': raw_event.mask,
'path': watch_.path,
'name': raw_event.name,
'dir': dir_}
if COMPATIBILITY_MODE:
dict_['is_dir'] = dir_
if to_append is not None:
dict_.update(to_append)
return Event(dict_)
class ProcessEvent(_ProcessEvent):
"""
Process events objects, can be specialized via subclassing, thus its
behavior can be overriden:
Note: you should not override __init__ in your subclass instead define
a my_init() method, this method will be called automatically from the
constructor of this class with its optionals parameters.
1. Provide specialized individual methods, e.g. process_IN_DELETE for
processing a precise type of event (e.g. IN_DELETE in this case).
2. Or/and provide methods for processing events by 'family', e.g.
process_IN_CLOSE method will process both IN_CLOSE_WRITE and
IN_CLOSE_NOWRITE events (if process_IN_CLOSE_WRITE and
process_IN_CLOSE_NOWRITE aren't defined though).
3. Or/and override process_default for catching and processing all
the remaining types of events.
"""
pevent = None
def __init__(self, pevent=None, **kargs):
"""
Enable chaining of ProcessEvent instances.
@param pevent: Optional callable object, will be called on event
processing (before self).
@type pevent: callable
@param kargs: This constructor is implemented as a template method
delegating its optionals keyworded arguments to the
method my_init().
@type kargs: dict
"""
self.pevent = pevent
self.my_init(**kargs)
def my_init(self, **kargs):
"""
This method is called from ProcessEvent.__init__(). This method is
empty here and must be redefined to be useful. In effect, if you
need to specifically initialize your subclass' instance then you
just have to override this method in your subclass. Then all the
keyworded arguments passed to ProcessEvent.__init__() will be
transmitted as parameters to this method. Beware you MUST pass
keyword arguments though.
@param kargs: optional delegated arguments from __init__().
@type kargs: dict
"""
pass
def __call__(self, event):
stop_chaining = False
if self.pevent is not None:
# By default methods return None so we set as guideline
# that methods asking for stop chaining must explicitely
# return non None or non False values, otherwise the default
# behavior will be to accept chain call to the corresponding
# local method.
stop_chaining = self.pevent(event)
if not stop_chaining:
return _ProcessEvent.__call__(self, event)
def nested_pevent(self):
return self.pevent
def process_IN_Q_OVERFLOW(self, event):
"""
By default this method only reports warning messages, you can overredide
it by subclassing ProcessEvent and implement your own
process_IN_Q_OVERFLOW method. The actions you can take on receiving this
event is either to update the variable max_queued_events in order to
handle more simultaneous events or to modify your code in order to
accomplish a better filtering diminishing the number of raised events.
Because this method is defined, IN_Q_OVERFLOW will never get
transmitted as arguments to process_default calls.
@param event: IN_Q_OVERFLOW event.
@type event: dict
"""
log.warning('Event queue overflowed.')
def process_default(self, event):
"""
Default processing event method. By default does nothing. Subclass
ProcessEvent and redefine this method in order to modify its behavior.
@param event: Event to be processed. Can be of any type of events but
IN_Q_OVERFLOW events (see method process_IN_Q_OVERFLOW).
@type event: Event instance
"""
pass
class PrintAllEvents(ProcessEvent):
"""
Dummy class used to print events strings representations. For instance this
class is used from command line to print all received events to stdout.
"""
def my_init(self, out=None):
"""
@param out: Where events will be written.
@type out: Object providing a valid file object interface.
"""
if out is None:
out = sys.stdout
self._out = out
def process_default(self, event):
"""
Writes event string representation to file object provided to
my_init().
@param event: Event to be processed. Can be of any type of events but
IN_Q_OVERFLOW events (see method process_IN_Q_OVERFLOW).
@type event: Event instance
"""
self._out.write(str(event))
self._out.write('\n')
self._out.flush()
class ChainIfTrue(ProcessEvent):
"""
Makes conditional chaining depending on the result of the nested
processing instance.
"""
def my_init(self, func):
"""
Method automatically called from base class constructor.
"""
self._func = func
def process_default(self, event):
return not self._func(event)
class Stats(ProcessEvent):
"""
Compute and display trivial statistics about processed events.
"""
def my_init(self):
"""
Method automatically called from base class constructor.
"""
self._start_time = time.time()
self._stats = {}
self._stats_lock = threading.Lock()
def process_default(self, event):
"""
Processes |event|.
"""
self._stats_lock.acquire()
try:
events = event.maskname.split('|')
for event_name in events:
count = self._stats.get(event_name, 0)
self._stats[event_name] = count + 1
finally:
self._stats_lock.release()
def _stats_copy(self):
self._stats_lock.acquire()
try:
return self._stats.copy()
finally:
self._stats_lock.release()
def __repr__(self):
stats = self._stats_copy()
elapsed = int(time.time() - self._start_time)
elapsed_str = ''
if elapsed < 60:
elapsed_str = str(elapsed) + 'sec'
elif 60 <= elapsed < 3600:
elapsed_str = '%dmn%dsec' % (elapsed / 60, elapsed % 60)
elif 3600 <= elapsed < 86400:
elapsed_str = '%dh%dmn' % (elapsed / 3600, (elapsed % 3600) / 60)
elif elapsed >= 86400:
elapsed_str = '%dd%dh' % (elapsed / 86400, (elapsed % 86400) / 3600)
stats['ElapsedTime'] = elapsed_str
l = []
for ev, value in sorted(stats.items(), key=lambda x: x[0]):
l.append(' %s=%s' % (output_format.field_name(ev),
output_format.field_value(value)))
s = '<%s%s >' % (output_format.class_name(self.__class__.__name__),
''.join(l))
return s
def dump(self, filename):
"""
Dumps statistics.
@param filename: filename where stats will be dumped, filename is
created and must not exist prior to this call.
@type filename: string
"""
flags = os.O_WRONLY|os.O_CREAT|os.O_NOFOLLOW|os.O_EXCL
fd = os.open(filename, flags, 0o0600)
os.write(fd, bytes(self.__str__(), locale.getpreferredencoding()))
os.close(fd)
def __str__(self, scale=45):
stats = self._stats_copy()
if not stats:
return ''
m = max(stats.values())
unity = scale / m
fmt = '%%-26s%%-%ds%%s' % (len(output_format.field_value('@' * scale))
+ 1)
def func(x):
return fmt % (output_format.field_name(x[0]),
output_format.field_value('@' * int(x[1] * unity)),
output_format.simple('%d' % x[1], 'yellow'))
s = '\n'.join(map(func, sorted(stats.items(), key=lambda x: x[0])))
return s
class NotifierError(PyinotifyError):
"""
Notifier Exception. Raised on Notifier error.
"""
def __init__(self, err):
"""
@param err: Exception string's description.
@type err: string
"""
PyinotifyError.__init__(self, err)
class Notifier:
"""
Read notifications, process events.
"""
def __init__(self, watch_manager, default_proc_fun=None, read_freq=0,
threshold=0, timeout=None):
"""
Initialization. read_freq, threshold and timeout parameters are used
when looping.
@param watch_manager: Watch Manager.
@type watch_manager: WatchManager instance
@param default_proc_fun: Default processing method. If None, a new
instance of PrintAllEvents will be assigned.
@type default_proc_fun: instance of ProcessEvent
@param read_freq: if read_freq == 0, events are read asap,
if read_freq is > 0, this thread sleeps
max(0, read_freq - (timeout / 1000)) seconds. But if
timeout is None it may be different because
poll is blocking waiting for something to read.
@type read_freq: int
@param threshold: File descriptor will be read only if the accumulated
size to read becomes >= threshold. If != 0, you likely
want to use it in combination with an appropriate
value for read_freq because without that you would
keep looping without really reading anything and that
until the amount of events to read is >= threshold.
At least with read_freq set you might sleep.
@type threshold: int
@param timeout: see read_freq above. If provided, it must be set in
milliseconds. See
https://docs.python.org/3/library/select.html#select.poll.poll
@type timeout: int
"""
# Watch Manager instance
self._watch_manager = watch_manager
# File descriptor
self._fd = self._watch_manager.get_fd()
# Poll object and registration
self._pollobj = select.poll()
self._pollobj.register(self._fd, select.POLLIN)
# This pipe is correctely initialized and used by ThreadedNotifier
self._pipe = (-1, -1)
# Event queue
self._eventq = deque()
# System processing functor, common to all events
self._sys_proc_fun = _SysProcessEvent(self._watch_manager, self)
# Default processing method
self._default_proc_fun = default_proc_fun
if default_proc_fun is None:
self._default_proc_fun = PrintAllEvents()
# Loop parameters
self._read_freq = read_freq
self._threshold = threshold
self._timeout = timeout
# Coalesce events option
self._coalesce = False
# set of str(raw_event), only used when coalesce option is True
self._eventset = set()
def append_event(self, event):
"""
Append a raw event to the event queue.
@param event: An event.
@type event: _RawEvent instance.
"""
self._eventq.append(event)
def proc_fun(self):
return self._default_proc_fun
def coalesce_events(self, coalesce=True):
"""
Coalescing events. Events are usually processed by batchs, their size
depend on various factors. Thus, before processing them, events received
from inotify are aggregated in a fifo queue. If this coalescing
option is enabled events are filtered based on their unicity, only
unique events are enqueued, doublons are discarded. An event is unique
when the combination of its fields (wd, mask, cookie, name) is unique
among events of a same batch. After a batch of events is processed any
events is accepted again. By default this option is disabled, you have
to explictly call this function to turn it on.
@param coalesce: Optional new coalescing value. True by default.
@type coalesce: Bool
"""
self._coalesce = coalesce
if not coalesce:
self._eventset.clear()
def check_events(self, timeout=None):
"""
Check for new events available to read, blocks up to timeout
milliseconds.
@param timeout: If specified it overrides the corresponding instance
attribute _timeout. timeout must be sepcified in
milliseconds.
@type timeout: int
@return: New events to read.
@rtype: bool
"""
while True:
try:
# blocks up to 'timeout' milliseconds
if timeout is None:
timeout = self._timeout
ret = self._pollobj.poll(timeout)
except select.error as err:
if err.args[0] == errno.EINTR:
continue # interrupted, retry
else:
raise
else:
break
if not ret or (self._pipe[0] == ret[0][0]):
return False
# only one fd is polled
return ret[0][1] & select.POLLIN
def read_events(self):
"""
Read events from device, build _RawEvents, and enqueue them.
"""
buf_ = array.array('i', [0])
# get event queue size
if fcntl.ioctl(self._fd, termios.FIONREAD, buf_, 1) == -1:
return
queue_size = buf_[0]
if queue_size < self._threshold:
log.debug('(fd: %d) %d bytes available to read but threshold is '
'fixed to %d bytes', self._fd, queue_size,
self._threshold)
return
try:
# Read content from file
r = os.read(self._fd, queue_size)
except Exception as msg:
raise NotifierError(msg)
log.debug('Event queue size: %d', queue_size)
rsum = 0 # counter
while rsum < queue_size:
s_size = 16
# Retrieve wd, mask, cookie and fname_len
wd, mask, cookie, fname_len = struct.unpack('iIII',
r[rsum:rsum+s_size])
# Retrieve name
bname, = struct.unpack('%ds' % fname_len,
r[rsum + s_size:rsum + s_size + fname_len])
# FIXME: should we explictly call sys.getdefaultencoding() here ??
uname = bname.decode()
rawevent = _RawEvent(wd, mask, cookie, uname)
if self._coalesce:
# Only enqueue new (unique) events.
raweventstr = str(rawevent)
if raweventstr not in self._eventset:
self._eventset.add(raweventstr)
self._eventq.append(rawevent)
else:
self._eventq.append(rawevent)
rsum += s_size + fname_len
def process_events(self):
"""
Routine for processing events from queue by calling their
associated proccessing method (an instance of ProcessEvent).
It also does internal processings, to keep the system updated.
"""
while self._eventq:
raw_event = self._eventq.popleft() # pop next event
if self._watch_manager.ignore_events:
log.debug("Event ignored: %s" % repr(raw_event))
continue
watch_ = self._watch_manager.get_watch(raw_event.wd)
if (watch_ is None) and not (raw_event.mask & IN_Q_OVERFLOW):
if not (raw_event.mask & IN_IGNORED):
# Not really sure how we ended up here, nor how we should
# handle these types of events and if it is appropriate to
# completly skip them (like we are doing here).
log.warning("Unable to retrieve Watch object associated to %s",
repr(raw_event))
continue
revent = self._sys_proc_fun(raw_event) # system processings
if watch_ and watch_.proc_fun:
watch_.proc_fun(revent) # user processings
else:
self._default_proc_fun(revent)
self._sys_proc_fun.cleanup() # remove olds MOVED_* events records
if self._coalesce:
self._eventset.clear()
def __daemonize(self, pid_file=None, stdin=os.devnull, stdout=os.devnull,
stderr=os.devnull):
"""
@param pid_file: file where the pid will be written. If pid_file=None
the pid is written to
/var/run/<sys.argv[0]|pyinotify>.pid, if pid_file=False
no pid_file is written.
@param stdin:
@param stdout:
@param stderr: files associated to common streams.
"""
if pid_file is None:
dirname = '/var/run/'
basename = os.path.basename(sys.argv[0]) or 'pyinotify'
pid_file = os.path.join(dirname, basename + '.pid')
if pid_file != False and os.path.lexists(pid_file):
err = 'Cannot daemonize: pid file %s already exists.' % pid_file
raise NotifierError(err)
def fork_daemon():
# Adapted from Chad J. Schroeder's recipe
# @see http://code.activestate.com/recipes/278731/
pid = os.fork()
if (pid == 0):
# parent 2
os.setsid()
pid = os.fork()
if (pid == 0):
# child
os.chdir('/')
os.umask(0o022)
else:
# parent 2
os._exit(0)
else:
# parent 1
os._exit(0)
fd_inp = os.open(stdin, os.O_RDONLY)
os.dup2(fd_inp, 0)
fd_out = os.open(stdout, os.O_WRONLY|os.O_CREAT, 0o0600)
os.dup2(fd_out, 1)
fd_err = os.open(stderr, os.O_WRONLY|os.O_CREAT, 0o0600)
os.dup2(fd_err, 2)
# Detach task
fork_daemon()
# Write pid
if pid_file != False:
flags = os.O_WRONLY|os.O_CREAT|os.O_NOFOLLOW|os.O_EXCL
fd_pid = os.open(pid_file, flags, 0o0600)
os.write(fd_pid, bytes(str(os.getpid()) + '\n',
locale.getpreferredencoding()))
os.close(fd_pid)
# Register unlink function
atexit.register(lambda : os.unlink(pid_file))
def _sleep(self, ref_time):
# Only consider sleeping if read_freq is > 0
if self._read_freq > 0:
cur_time = time.time()
sleep_amount = self._read_freq - (cur_time - ref_time)
if sleep_amount > 0:
log.debug('Now sleeping %d seconds', sleep_amount)
time.sleep(sleep_amount)
def loop(self, callback=None, daemonize=False, **args):
"""
Events are read only one time every min(read_freq, timeout)
seconds at best and only if the size to read is >= threshold.
After this method returns it must not be called again for the same
instance.
@param callback: Functor called after each event processing iteration.
Expects to receive the notifier object (self) as first
parameter. If this function returns True the loop is
immediately terminated otherwise the loop method keeps
looping.
@type callback: callable object or function
@param daemonize: This thread is daemonized if set to True.
@type daemonize: boolean
@param args: Optional and relevant only if daemonize is True. Remaining
keyworded arguments are directly passed to daemonize see
__daemonize() method. If pid_file=None or is set to a
pathname the caller must ensure the file does not exist
before this method is called otherwise an exception
pyinotify.NotifierError will be raised. If pid_file=False
it is still daemonized but the pid is not written in any
file.
@type args: various
"""
if daemonize:
self.__daemonize(**args)
# Read and process events forever
while 1:
try:
self.process_events()
if (callback is not None) and (callback(self) is True):
break
ref_time = time.time()
# check_events is blocking
if self.check_events():
self._sleep(ref_time)
self.read_events()
except KeyboardInterrupt:
# Stop monitoring if sigint is caught (Control-C).
log.debug('Pyinotify stops monitoring.')
break
# Close internals
self.stop()
def stop(self):
"""
Close inotify's instance (close its file descriptor).
It destroys all existing watches, pending events,...
This method is automatically called at the end of loop().
Afterward it is invalid to access this instance.
"""
if self._fd is not None:
self._pollobj.unregister(self._fd)
os.close(self._fd)
self._fd = None
self._sys_proc_fun = None
class ThreadedNotifier(threading.Thread, Notifier):
"""
This notifier inherits from threading.Thread for instanciating a separate
thread, and also inherits from Notifier, because it is a threaded notifier.
Note that every functionality provided by this class is also provided
through Notifier class. Moreover Notifier should be considered first because
it is not threaded and could be easily daemonized.
"""
def __init__(self, watch_manager, default_proc_fun=None, read_freq=0,
threshold=0, timeout=None):
"""
Initialization, initialize base classes. read_freq, threshold and
timeout parameters are used when looping.
@param watch_manager: Watch Manager.
@type watch_manager: WatchManager instance
@param default_proc_fun: Default processing method. See base class.
@type default_proc_fun: instance of ProcessEvent
@param read_freq: if read_freq == 0, events are read asap,
if read_freq is > 0, this thread sleeps
max(0, read_freq - (timeout / 1000)) seconds.
@type read_freq: int
@param threshold: File descriptor will be read only if the accumulated
size to read becomes >= threshold. If != 0, you likely
want to use it in combination with an appropriate
value set for read_freq because without that you would
keep looping without really reading anything and that
until the amount of events to read is >= threshold. At
least with read_freq you might sleep.
@type threshold: int
@param timeout: see read_freq above. If provided, it must be set in
milliseconds. See
https://docs.python.org/3/library/select.html#select.poll.poll
@type timeout: int
"""
# Init threading base class
threading.Thread.__init__(self)
# Stop condition
self._stop_event = threading.Event()
# Init Notifier base class
Notifier.__init__(self, watch_manager, default_proc_fun, read_freq,
threshold, timeout)
# Create a new pipe used for thread termination
self._pipe = os.pipe()
self._pollobj.register(self._pipe[0], select.POLLIN)
def stop(self):
"""
Stop notifier's loop. Stop notification. Join the thread.
"""
self._stop_event.set()
os.write(self._pipe[1], b'stop')
threading.Thread.join(self)
Notifier.stop(self)
self._pollobj.unregister(self._pipe[0])
os.close(self._pipe[0])
os.close(self._pipe[1])
def loop(self):
"""
Thread's main loop. Don't meant to be called by user directly.
Call inherited start() method instead.
Events are read only once time every min(read_freq, timeout)
seconds at best and only if the size of events to read is >= threshold.
"""
# When the loop must be terminated .stop() is called, 'stop'
# is written to pipe fd so poll() returns and .check_events()
# returns False which make evaluate the While's stop condition
# ._stop_event.isSet() wich put an end to the thread's execution.
while not self._stop_event.isSet():
self.process_events()
ref_time = time.time()
if self.check_events():
self._sleep(ref_time)
self.read_events()
def run(self):
"""
Start thread's loop: read and process events until the method
stop() is called.
Never call this method directly, instead call the start() method
inherited from threading.Thread, which then will call run() in
its turn.
"""
self.loop()
class AsyncNotifier(asyncore.file_dispatcher, Notifier):
"""
This notifier inherits from asyncore.file_dispatcher in order to be able to
use pyinotify along with the asyncore framework.
"""
def __init__(self, watch_manager, default_proc_fun=None, read_freq=0,
threshold=0, timeout=None, channel_map=None):
"""
Initializes the async notifier. The only additional parameter is
'channel_map' which is the optional asyncore private map. See
Notifier class for the meaning of the others parameters.
"""
Notifier.__init__(self, watch_manager, default_proc_fun, read_freq,
threshold, timeout)
asyncore.file_dispatcher.__init__(self, self._fd, channel_map)
def handle_read(self):
"""
When asyncore tells us we can read from the fd, we proceed processing
events. This method can be overridden for handling a notification
differently.
"""
self.read_events()
self.process_events()
class TornadoAsyncNotifier(Notifier):
"""
Tornado ioloop adapter.
"""
def __init__(self, watch_manager, ioloop, callback=None,
default_proc_fun=None, read_freq=0, threshold=0, timeout=None,
channel_map=None):
"""
Note that if later you must call ioloop.close() be sure to let the
default parameter to all_fds=False.
See example tornado_notifier.py for an example using this notifier.
@param ioloop: Tornado's IO loop.
@type ioloop: tornado.ioloop.IOLoop instance.
@param callback: Functor called at the end of each call to handle_read
(IOLoop's read handler). Expects to receive the
notifier object (self) as single parameter.
@type callback: callable object or function
"""
self.io_loop = ioloop
self.handle_read_callback = callback
Notifier.__init__(self, watch_manager, default_proc_fun, read_freq,
threshold, timeout)
ioloop.add_handler(self._fd, self.handle_read, ioloop.READ)
def stop(self):
self.io_loop.remove_handler(self._fd)
Notifier.stop(self)
def handle_read(self, *args, **kwargs):
"""
See comment in AsyncNotifier.
"""
self.read_events()
self.process_events()
if self.handle_read_callback is not None:
self.handle_read_callback(self)
class AsyncioNotifier(Notifier):
"""
asyncio/trollius event loop adapter.
"""
def __init__(self, watch_manager, loop, callback=None,
default_proc_fun=None, read_freq=0, threshold=0, timeout=None):
"""
See examples/asyncio_notifier.py for an example usage.
@param loop: asyncio or trollius event loop instance.
@type loop: asyncio.BaseEventLoop or trollius.BaseEventLoop instance.
@param callback: Functor called at the end of each call to handle_read.
Expects to receive the notifier object (self) as
single parameter.
@type callback: callable object or function
"""
self.loop = loop
self.handle_read_callback = callback
Notifier.__init__(self, watch_manager, default_proc_fun, read_freq,
threshold, timeout)
loop.add_reader(self._fd, self.handle_read)
def stop(self):
self.loop.remove_reader(self._fd)
Notifier.stop(self)
def handle_read(self, *args, **kwargs):
self.read_events()
self.process_events()
if self.handle_read_callback is not None:
self.handle_read_callback(self)
class Watch:
"""
Represent a watch, i.e. a file or directory being watched.
"""
__slots__ = ('wd', 'path', 'mask', 'proc_fun', 'auto_add',
'exclude_filter', 'dir')
def __init__(self, wd, path, mask, proc_fun, auto_add, exclude_filter):
"""
Initializations.
@param wd: Watch descriptor.
@type wd: int
@param path: Path of the file or directory being watched.
@type path: str
@param mask: Mask.
@type mask: int
@param proc_fun: Processing callable object.
@type proc_fun:
@param auto_add: Automatically add watches on new directories.
@type auto_add: bool
@param exclude_filter: Boolean function, used to exclude new
directories from being automatically watched.
See WatchManager.__init__
@type exclude_filter: callable object
"""
self.wd = wd
self.path = path
self.mask = mask
self.proc_fun = proc_fun
self.auto_add = auto_add
self.exclude_filter = exclude_filter
self.dir = os.path.isdir(self.path)
def __repr__(self):
"""
@return: String representation.
@rtype: str
"""
s = ' '.join(['%s%s%s' % (output_format.field_name(attr),
output_format.punctuation('='),
output_format.field_value(getattr(self,
attr))) \
for attr in self.__slots__ if not attr.startswith('_')])
s = '%s%s %s %s' % (output_format.punctuation('<'),
output_format.class_name(self.__class__.__name__),
s,
output_format.punctuation('>'))
return s
class ExcludeFilter:
"""
ExcludeFilter is an exclusion filter.
"""
def __init__(self, arg_lst):
"""
Examples:
ef1 = ExcludeFilter(["/etc/rc.*", "/etc/hostname"])
ef2 = ExcludeFilter("/my/path/exclude.lst")
Where exclude.lst contains:
/etc/rc.*
/etc/hostname
Note: it is not possible to exclude a file if its encapsulating
directory is itself watched. See this issue for more details
https://github.com/seb-m/pyinotify/issues/31
@param arg_lst: is either a list of patterns or a filename from which
patterns will be loaded.
@type arg_lst: list of str or str
"""
if isinstance(arg_lst, str):
lst = self._load_patterns_from_file(arg_lst)
elif isinstance(arg_lst, list):
lst = arg_lst
else:
raise TypeError
self._lregex = []
for regex in lst:
self._lregex.append(re.compile(regex, re.UNICODE))
def _load_patterns_from_file(self, filename):
lst = []
with open(filename, 'r') as file_obj:
for line in file_obj.readlines():
# Trim leading an trailing whitespaces
pattern = line.strip()
if not pattern or pattern.startswith('#'):
continue
lst.append(pattern)
return lst
def _match(self, regex, path):
return regex.match(path) is not None
def __call__(self, path):
"""
@param path: Path to match against provided regexps.
@type path: str
@return: Return True if path has been matched and should
be excluded, False otherwise.
@rtype: bool
"""
for regex in self._lregex:
if self._match(regex, path):
return True
return False
class WatchManagerError(Exception):
"""
WatchManager Exception. Raised on error encountered on watches
operations.
"""
def __init__(self, msg, wmd):
"""
@param msg: Exception string's description.
@type msg: string
@param wmd: This dictionary contains the wd assigned to paths of the
same call for which watches were successfully added.
@type wmd: dict
"""
self.wmd = wmd
Exception.__init__(self, msg)
class WatchManager:
"""
Provide operations for watching files and directories. Its internal
dictionary is used to reference watched items. When used inside
threaded code, one must instanciate as many WatchManager instances as
there are ThreadedNotifier instances.
"""
def __init__(self, exclude_filter=lambda path: False):
"""
Initialization: init inotify, init watch manager dictionary.
Raise OSError if initialization fails, raise InotifyBindingNotFoundError
if no inotify binding was found (through ctypes or from direct access to
syscalls).
@param exclude_filter: boolean function, returns True if current
path must be excluded from being watched.
Convenient for providing a common exclusion
filter for every call to add_watch.
@type exclude_filter: callable object
"""
self._ignore_events = False
self._exclude_filter = exclude_filter
self._wmd = {} # watch dict key: watch descriptor, value: watch
self._inotify_wrapper = INotifyWrapper.create()
if self._inotify_wrapper is None:
raise InotifyBindingNotFoundError()
self._fd = self._inotify_wrapper.inotify_init() # file descriptor
if self._fd < 0:
err = 'Cannot initialize new instance of inotify, %s'
raise OSError(err % self._inotify_wrapper.str_errno())
def close(self):
"""
Close inotify's file descriptor, this action will also automatically
remove (i.e. stop watching) all its associated watch descriptors.
After a call to this method the WatchManager's instance become useless
and cannot be reused, a new instance must then be instanciated. It
makes sense to call this method in few situations for instance if
several independant WatchManager must be instanciated or if all watches
must be removed and no other watches need to be added.
"""
os.close(self._fd)
def get_fd(self):
"""
Return assigned inotify's file descriptor.
@return: File descriptor.
@rtype: int
"""
return self._fd
def get_watch(self, wd):
"""
Get watch from provided watch descriptor wd.
@param wd: Watch descriptor.
@type wd: int
"""
return self._wmd.get(wd)
def del_watch(self, wd):
"""
Remove watch entry associated to watch descriptor wd.
@param wd: Watch descriptor.
@type wd: int
"""
try:
del self._wmd[wd]
except KeyError as err:
log.error('Cannot delete unknown watch descriptor %s' % str(err))
@property
def watches(self):
"""
Get a reference on the internal watch manager dictionary.
@return: Internal watch manager dictionary.
@rtype: dict
"""
return self._wmd
def __format_path(self, path):
"""
Format path to its internal (stored in watch manager) representation.
"""
# path must be a unicode string (str) and is just normalized.
return os.path.normpath(path)
def __add_watch(self, path, mask, proc_fun, auto_add, exclude_filter):
"""
Add a watch on path, build a Watch object and insert it in the
watch manager dictionary. Return the wd value.
"""
path = self.__format_path(path)
if auto_add and not mask & IN_CREATE:
mask |= IN_CREATE
wd = self._inotify_wrapper.inotify_add_watch(self._fd, path, mask)
if wd < 0:
return wd
watch = Watch(wd=wd, path=path, mask=mask, proc_fun=proc_fun,
auto_add=auto_add, exclude_filter=exclude_filter)
# wd are _always_ indexed with their original unicode paths in wmd.
self._wmd[wd] = watch
log.debug('New %s', watch)
return wd
def __glob(self, path, do_glob):
if do_glob:
return glob.iglob(path)
else:
return [path]
def add_watch(self, path, mask, proc_fun=None, rec=False,
auto_add=False, do_glob=False, quiet=True,
exclude_filter=None):
"""
Add watch(s) on the provided |path|(s) with associated |mask| flag
value and optionally with a processing |proc_fun| function and
recursive flag |rec| set to True.
All |path| components _must_ be str (i.e. unicode) objects.
If |path| is already watched it is ignored, but if it is called with
option rec=True a watch is put on each one of its not-watched
subdirectory.
@param path: Path to watch, the path can either be a file or a
directory. Also accepts a sequence (list) of paths.
@type path: string or list of strings
@param mask: Bitmask of events.
@type mask: int
@param proc_fun: Processing object.
@type proc_fun: function or ProcessEvent instance or instance of
one of its subclasses or callable object.
@param rec: Recursively add watches from path on all its
subdirectories, set to False by default (doesn't
follows symlinks in any case).
@type rec: bool
@param auto_add: Automatically add watches on newly created
directories in watched parent |path| directory.
If |auto_add| is True, IN_CREATE is ored with |mask|
when the watch is added.
@type auto_add: bool
@param do_glob: Do globbing on pathname (see standard globbing
module for more informations).
@type do_glob: bool
@param quiet: if False raises a WatchManagerError exception on
error. See example not_quiet.py.
@type quiet: bool
@param exclude_filter: predicate (boolean function), which returns
True if the current path must be excluded
from being watched. This argument has
precedence over exclude_filter passed to
the class' constructor.
@type exclude_filter: callable object
@return: dict of paths associated to watch descriptors. A wd value
is positive if the watch was added sucessfully, otherwise
the value is negative. If the path was invalid or was already
watched it is not included into this returned dictionary.
@rtype: dict of {str: int}
"""
ret_ = {} # return {path: wd, ...}
if exclude_filter is None:
exclude_filter = self._exclude_filter
# normalize args as list elements
for npath in self.__format_param(path):
# Require that path be a unicode string
if not isinstance(npath, str):
ret_[path] = -3
continue
# unix pathname pattern expansion
for apath in self.__glob(npath, do_glob):
# recursively list subdirs according to rec param
for rpath in self.__walk_rec(apath, rec):
if not exclude_filter(rpath):
wd = ret_[rpath] = self.__add_watch(rpath, mask,
proc_fun,
auto_add,
exclude_filter)
if wd < 0:
err = ('add_watch: cannot watch %s WD=%d, %s' % \
(rpath, wd,
self._inotify_wrapper.str_errno()))
if quiet:
log.error(err)
else:
raise WatchManagerError(err, ret_)
else:
# Let's say -2 means 'explicitely excluded
# from watching'.
ret_[rpath] = -2
return ret_
def __get_sub_rec(self, lpath):
"""
Get every wd from self._wmd if its path is under the path of
one (at least) of those in lpath. Doesn't follow symlinks.
@param lpath: list of watch descriptor
@type lpath: list of int
@return: list of watch descriptor
@rtype: list of int
"""
for d in lpath:
root = self.get_path(d)
if root is not None:
# always keep root
yield d
else:
# if invalid
continue
# nothing else to expect
if not os.path.isdir(root):
continue
# normalization
root = os.path.normpath(root)
# recursion
lend = len(root)
for iwd in self._wmd.items():
cur = iwd[1].path
pref = os.path.commonprefix([root, cur])
if root == os.sep or (len(pref) == lend and \
len(cur) > lend and \
cur[lend] == os.sep):
yield iwd[1].wd
def update_watch(self, wd, mask=None, proc_fun=None, rec=False,
auto_add=False, quiet=True):
"""
Update existing watch descriptors |wd|. The |mask| value, the
processing object |proc_fun|, the recursive param |rec| and the
|auto_add| and |quiet| flags can all be updated.
@param wd: Watch Descriptor to update. Also accepts a list of
watch descriptors.
@type wd: int or list of int
@param mask: Optional new bitmask of events.
@type mask: int
@param proc_fun: Optional new processing function.
@type proc_fun: function or ProcessEvent instance or instance of
one of its subclasses or callable object.
@param rec: Optionally adds watches recursively on all
subdirectories contained into |wd| directory.
@type rec: bool
@param auto_add: Automatically adds watches on newly created
directories in the watch's path corresponding to |wd|.
If |auto_add| is True, IN_CREATE is ored with |mask|
when the watch is updated.
@type auto_add: bool
@param quiet: If False raises a WatchManagerError exception on
error. See example not_quiet.py
@type quiet: bool
@return: dict of watch descriptors associated to booleans values.
True if the corresponding wd has been successfully
updated, False otherwise.
@rtype: dict of {int: bool}
"""
lwd = self.__format_param(wd)
if rec:
lwd = self.__get_sub_rec(lwd)
ret_ = {} # return {wd: bool, ...}
for awd in lwd:
apath = self.get_path(awd)
if not apath or awd < 0:
err = 'update_watch: invalid WD=%d' % awd
if quiet:
log.error(err)
continue
raise WatchManagerError(err, ret_)
if mask:
wd_ = self._inotify_wrapper.inotify_add_watch(self._fd, apath,
mask)
if wd_ < 0:
ret_[awd] = False
err = ('update_watch: cannot update %s WD=%d, %s' % \
(apath, wd_, self._inotify_wrapper.str_errno()))
if quiet:
log.error(err)
continue
raise WatchManagerError(err, ret_)
assert(awd == wd_)
if proc_fun or auto_add:
watch_ = self._wmd[awd]
if proc_fun:
watch_.proc_fun = proc_fun
if auto_add:
watch_.auto_add = auto_add
ret_[awd] = True
log.debug('Updated watch - %s', self._wmd[awd])
return ret_
def __format_param(self, param):
"""
@param param: Parameter.
@type param: string or int
@return: wrap param.
@rtype: list of type(param)
"""
if isinstance(param, list):
for p_ in param:
yield p_
else:
yield param
def get_wd(self, path):
"""
Returns the watch descriptor associated to path. This method
presents a prohibitive cost, always prefer to keep the WD
returned by add_watch(). If the path is unknown it returns None.
@param path: Path.
@type path: str
@return: WD or None.
@rtype: int or None
"""
path = self.__format_path(path)
for iwd in self._wmd.items():
if iwd[1].path == path:
return iwd[0]
def get_path(self, wd):
"""
Returns the path associated to WD, if WD is unknown it returns None.
@param wd: Watch descriptor.
@type wd: int
@return: Path or None.
@rtype: string or None
"""
watch_ = self._wmd.get(wd)
if watch_ is not None:
return watch_.path
def __walk_rec(self, top, rec):
"""
Yields each subdirectories of top, doesn't follow symlinks.
If rec is false, only yield top.
@param top: root directory.
@type top: string
@param rec: recursive flag.
@type rec: bool
@return: path of one subdirectory.
@rtype: string
"""
if not rec or os.path.islink(top) or not os.path.isdir(top):
yield top
else:
for root, dirs, files in os.walk(top):
yield root
def rm_watch(self, wd, rec=False, quiet=True):
"""
Removes watch(s).
@param wd: Watch Descriptor of the file or directory to unwatch.
Also accepts a list of WDs.
@type wd: int or list of int.
@param rec: Recursively removes watches on every already watched
subdirectories and subfiles.
@type rec: bool
@param quiet: If False raises a WatchManagerError exception on
error. See example not_quiet.py
@type quiet: bool
@return: dict of watch descriptors associated to booleans values.
True if the corresponding wd has been successfully
removed, False otherwise.
@rtype: dict of {int: bool}
"""
lwd = self.__format_param(wd)
if rec:
lwd = self.__get_sub_rec(lwd)
ret_ = {} # return {wd: bool, ...}
for awd in lwd:
# remove watch
wd_ = self._inotify_wrapper.inotify_rm_watch(self._fd, awd)
if wd_ < 0:
ret_[awd] = False
err = ('rm_watch: cannot remove WD=%d, %s' % \
(awd, self._inotify_wrapper.str_errno()))
if quiet:
log.error(err)
continue
raise WatchManagerError(err, ret_)
# Remove watch from our dictionary
if awd in self._wmd:
del self._wmd[awd]
ret_[awd] = True
log.debug('Watch WD=%d (%s) removed', awd, self.get_path(awd))
return ret_
def watch_transient_file(self, filename, mask, proc_class):
"""
Watch a transient file, which will be created and deleted frequently
over time (e.g. pid file).
@attention: Currently under the call to this function it is not
possible to correctly watch the events triggered into the same
base directory than the directory where is located this watched
transient file. For instance it would be wrong to make these
two successive calls: wm.watch_transient_file('/var/run/foo.pid', ...)
and wm.add_watch('/var/run/', ...)
@param filename: Filename.
@type filename: string
@param mask: Bitmask of events, should contain IN_CREATE and IN_DELETE.
@type mask: int
@param proc_class: ProcessEvent (or of one of its subclass), beware of
accepting a ProcessEvent's instance as argument into
__init__, see transient_file.py example for more
details.
@type proc_class: ProcessEvent's instance or of one of its subclasses.
@return: Same as add_watch().
@rtype: Same as add_watch().
"""
dirname = os.path.dirname(filename)
if dirname == '':
return {} # Maintains coherence with add_watch()
basename = os.path.basename(filename)
# Assuming we are watching at least for IN_CREATE and IN_DELETE
mask |= IN_CREATE | IN_DELETE
def cmp_name(event):
if getattr(event, 'name') is None:
return False
return basename == event.name
return self.add_watch(dirname, mask,
proc_fun=proc_class(ChainIfTrue(func=cmp_name)),
rec=False,
auto_add=False, do_glob=False,
exclude_filter=lambda path: False)
def get_ignore_events(self):
return self._ignore_events
def set_ignore_events(self, nval):
self._ignore_events = nval
ignore_events = property(get_ignore_events, set_ignore_events,
"Make watch manager ignoring new events.")
class RawOutputFormat:
"""
Format string representations.
"""
def __init__(self, format=None):
self.format = format or {}
def simple(self, s, attribute):
if not isinstance(s, str):
s = str(s)
return (self.format.get(attribute, '') + s +
self.format.get('normal', ''))
def punctuation(self, s):
"""Punctuation color."""
return self.simple(s, 'normal')
def field_value(self, s):
"""Field value color."""
return self.simple(s, 'purple')
def field_name(self, s):
"""Field name color."""
return self.simple(s, 'blue')
def class_name(self, s):
"""Class name color."""
return self.format.get('red', '') + self.simple(s, 'bold')
output_format = RawOutputFormat()
class ColoredOutputFormat(RawOutputFormat):
"""
Format colored string representations.
"""
def __init__(self):
f = {'normal': '\033[0m',
'black': '\033[30m',
'red': '\033[31m',
'green': '\033[32m',
'yellow': '\033[33m',
'blue': '\033[34m',
'purple': '\033[35m',
'cyan': '\033[36m',
'bold': '\033[1m',
'uline': '\033[4m',
'blink': '\033[5m',
'invert': '\033[7m'}
RawOutputFormat.__init__(self, f)
def compatibility_mode():
"""
Use this function to turn on the compatibility mode. The compatibility
mode is used to improve compatibility with Pyinotify 0.7.1 (or older)
programs. The compatibility mode provides additional variables 'is_dir',
'event_name', 'EventsCodes.IN_*' and 'EventsCodes.ALL_EVENTS' as
Pyinotify 0.7.1 provided. Do not call this function from new programs!!
Especially if there are developped for Pyinotify >= 0.8.x.
"""
setattr(EventsCodes, 'ALL_EVENTS', ALL_EVENTS)
for evname in globals():
if evname.startswith('IN_'):
setattr(EventsCodes, evname, globals()[evname])
global COMPATIBILITY_MODE
COMPATIBILITY_MODE = True
def command_line():
"""
By default the watched path is '/tmp' and all types of events are
monitored. Events monitoring serves forever, type c^c to stop it.
"""
from optparse import OptionParser
usage = "usage: %prog [options] [path1] [path2] [pathn]"
parser = OptionParser(usage=usage)
parser.add_option("-v", "--verbose", action="store_true",
dest="verbose", help="Verbose mode")
parser.add_option("-r", "--recursive", action="store_true",
dest="recursive",
help="Add watches recursively on paths")
parser.add_option("-a", "--auto_add", action="store_true",
dest="auto_add",
help="Automatically add watches on new directories")
parser.add_option("-g", "--glob", action="store_true",
dest="glob",
help="Treat paths as globs")
parser.add_option("-e", "--events-list", metavar="EVENT[,...]",
dest="events_list",
help=("A comma-separated list of events to watch for - "
"see the documentation for valid options (defaults"
" to everything)"))
parser.add_option("-s", "--stats", action="store_true",
dest="stats",
help="Display dummy statistics")
parser.add_option("-V", "--version", action="store_true",
dest="version", help="Pyinotify version")
parser.add_option("-f", "--raw-format", action="store_true",
dest="raw_format",
help="Disable enhanced output format.")
parser.add_option("-c", "--command", action="store",
dest="command",
help="Shell command to run upon event")
(options, args) = parser.parse_args()
if options.verbose:
log.setLevel(10)
if options.version:
print(__version__)
if not options.raw_format:
global output_format
output_format = ColoredOutputFormat()
if len(args) < 1:
path = '/tmp' # default watched path
else:
path = args
# watch manager instance
wm = WatchManager()
# notifier instance and init
if options.stats:
notifier = Notifier(wm, default_proc_fun=Stats(), read_freq=5)
else:
notifier = Notifier(wm, default_proc_fun=PrintAllEvents())
# What mask to apply
mask = 0
if options.events_list:
events_list = options.events_list.split(',')
for ev in events_list:
evcode = EventsCodes.ALL_FLAGS.get(ev, 0)
if evcode:
mask |= evcode
else:
parser.error("The event '%s' specified with option -e"
" is not valid" % ev)
else:
mask = ALL_EVENTS
# stats
cb_fun = None
if options.stats:
def cb(s):
sys.stdout.write(repr(s.proc_fun()))
sys.stdout.write('\n')
sys.stdout.write(str(s.proc_fun()))
sys.stdout.write('\n')
sys.stdout.flush()
cb_fun = cb
# External command
if options.command:
def cb(s):
subprocess.Popen(options.command, shell=True)
cb_fun = cb
log.debug('Start monitoring %s, (press c^c to halt pyinotify)' % path)
wm.add_watch(path, mask, rec=options.recursive, auto_add=options.auto_add, do_glob=options.glob)
# Loop forever (until sigint signal get caught)
notifier.loop(callback=cb_fun)
if __name__ == '__main__':
command_line()