Source code for cement.ext.ext_daemon

Cement daemon extension module.

import os
import sys
import io
import pwd
import grp
from ..core import exc
from ..utils.misc import minimal_logger

LOG = minimal_logger(__name__)
LOG = minimal_logger(__name__)

[docs]class Environment(object): """ This class provides a mechanism for altering the running processes environment. Optional Arguments: :keyword stdin: A file to read STDIN from. Default: ``/dev/null`` :keyword stdout: A file to write STDOUT to. Default: ``/dev/null`` :keyword stderr: A file to write STDERR to. Default: ``/dev/null`` :keyword dir: The directory to run the process in. :keyword pid_file: The filesystem path to where the PID (Process ID) should be written to. Default: None :keyword user: The user name to run the process as. Default: ``os.getlogin()`` :keyword group: The group name to run the process as. Default: The primary group of ``os.getlogin()``. :keyword umask: The umask to pass to os.umask(). Default: ``0`` """ def __init__(self, **kw): self.stdin = kw.get('stdin', '/dev/null') self.stdout = kw.get('stdout', '/dev/null') self.stderr = kw.get('stderr', '/dev/null') self.dir = kw.get('dir', os.curdir) self.pid_file = kw.get('pid_file', None) self.umask = kw.get('umask', 0) self.user = kw.get('user', pwd.getpwuid(os.getuid()).pw_name) # clean up self.dir = os.path.abspath(os.path.expanduser(self.dir)) if self.pid_file: self.pid_file = os.path.abspath(os.path.expanduser(self.pid_file)) try: self.user = pwd.getpwnam(self.user) except KeyError: raise exc.FrameworkError("Daemon user '%s' doesn't exist." % self.user) try: = kw.get('group', grp.getgrgid(self.user.pw_gid).gr_name) = grp.getgrnam( except KeyError: raise exc.FrameworkError("Daemon group '%s' doesn't exist." %
[docs] def _write_pid_file(self): """ Writes ``os.getpid()`` out to ``self.pid_file``. """ pid = str(os.getpid()) LOG.debug('writing pid (%s) out to %s' % (pid, self.pid_file)) # setup pid if self.pid_file: f = open(self.pid_file, 'w') f.write(pid) f.close() os.chown(self.pid_file, self.user.pw_uid,
[docs] def switch(self): """ Switch the current process's user/group to ``self.user``, and ````. Change directory to ``self.dir``, and write the current pid out to ``self.pid_file``. """ # set the running uid/gid LOG.debug('setting process uid(%s) and gid(%s)' % (self.user.pw_uid, os.setgid( os.setuid(self.user.pw_uid) os.environ['HOME'] = self.user.pw_dir os.chdir(self.dir) if self.pid_file and os.path.exists(self.pid_file): raise exc.FrameworkError("Process already running (%s)" % self.pid_file) else: self._write_pid_file()
[docs] def daemonize(self): # pragma: no cover """ Fork the current process into a daemon. References: UNIX Programming FAQ: 1.7 How do I get my program to act like a daemon? Advanced Programming in the Unix Environment W. Richard Stevens, 1992, Addison-Wesley, ISBN 0-201-56317-7. """ LOG.debug('attempting to daemonize the current process') # Do first fork. try: pid = os.fork() if pid > 0: LOG.debug('successfully detached from first parent') os._exit(os.EX_OK) except OSError as e: sys.stderr.write("Fork #1 failed: (%d) %s\n" % (e.errno, e.strerror)) sys.exit(1) # Decouple from parent environment. os.chdir(self.dir) os.umask(int(self.umask)) os.setsid() # Do second fork. try: pid = os.fork() if pid > 0: LOG.debug('successfully detached from second parent') os._exit(os.EX_OK) except OSError as e: sys.stderr.write("Fork #2 failed: (%d) %s\n" % (e.errno, e.strerror)) sys.exit(1) # Redirect standard file descriptors. stdin = open(self.stdin, 'r') stdout = open(self.stdout, 'a+') stderr = open(self.stderr, 'a+') if hasattr(sys.stdin, 'fileno'): try: os.dup2(stdin.fileno(), sys.stdin.fileno()) except io.UnsupportedOperation: # FIXME: ? pass if hasattr(sys.stdout, 'fileno'): try: os.dup2(stdout.fileno(), sys.stdout.fileno()) except io.UnsupportedOperation: # FIXME: ? pass if hasattr(sys.stderr, 'fileno'): try: os.dup2(stderr.fileno(), sys.stderr.fileno()) except io.UnsupportedOperation: # FIXME: ? pass # Update our pid file self._write_pid_file()
[docs]def daemonize(): # pragma: no cover """ This function switches the running user/group to that configured in ``config['daemon']['user']`` and ``config['daemon']['group']``. The default user is ``os.getlogin()`` and the default group is that user's primary group. A pid_file and directory to run in is also passed to the environment. It is important to note that with the daemon extension enabled, the environment will switch user/group/set pid/etc regardless of whether the ``--daemon`` option was passed at command line or not. However, the process will only 'daemonize' if the option is passed to do so. This allows the program to run exactly the same in forground or background. """ # We want to honor the runtime user/group/etc even if --daemon is not # passed... but only daemonize if it is. global CEMENT_DAEMON_ENV global CEMENT_DAEMON_APP app = CEMENT_DAEMON_APP CEMENT_DAEMON_ENV = Environment( user=app.config.get('daemon', 'user'), group=app.config.get('daemon', 'group'), pid_file=app.config.get('daemon', 'pid_file'), dir=app.config.get('daemon', 'dir'), umask=app.config.get('daemon', 'umask'), ) CEMENT_DAEMON_ENV.switch() # ugly, but backward compat since this was the way it was built and some # things might rely on calling app.daemonize() before is called if '--daemon' in app.argv or \ hasattr(app, 'pargs') and app.pargs.daemon is True: CEMENT_DAEMON_ENV.daemonize()
[docs]def extend_app(app): """ Adds the ``--daemon`` argument to the argument object, and sets the default ``[daemon]`` config section options. """ global CEMENT_DAEMON_APP CEMENT_DAEMON_APP = app app.args.add_argument('--daemon', dest='daemon', action='store_true', help='daemonize the process') # Add default config user = pwd.getpwuid(os.getuid()) group = grp.getgrgid(user.pw_gid) defaults = dict() defaults['daemon'] = dict() defaults['daemon']['user'] = user.pw_name defaults['daemon']['group'] = group.gr_name defaults['daemon']['pid_file'] = None defaults['daemon']['dir'] = '/' defaults['daemon']['umask'] = 0 app.config.merge(defaults, override=False) app.extend('daemonize', daemonize)
[docs]def cleanup(app): # pragma: no cover """ After application run time, this hook just attempts to clean up the pid_file if one was set, and exists. """ global CEMENT_DAEMON_ENV if CEMENT_DAEMON_ENV and CEMENT_DAEMON_ENV.pid_file: if os.path.exists(CEMENT_DAEMON_ENV.pid_file): LOG.debug('Cleaning up pid_file...') pid = open(CEMENT_DAEMON_ENV.pid_file, 'r').read().strip() # only remove it if we created it. if int(pid) == int(os.getpid()): os.remove(CEMENT_DAEMON_ENV.pid_file)
def load(app): app.hook.register('post_setup', extend_app) app.hook.register('pre_close', cleanup)