Func RPM Verification Project – Release 0.2 – Official

==Project Name==

Func Rpm Module ”’Verification Method”’

==Project Description==

Create a method inside the ”’rpms module”’ to verify the rpms of the system.

This method will generate the same output of the command
”’#rpm -V -a ”’

It will allow a system administrator to execute the command in a main server and verify all the servers at once.

==Project Details==

The ”’rpms”’ module is in the file: ”’/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/func/minion/modules/rpms.py”’

I added the method ”’verify”’

# Copyright 2007, Red Hat, Inc
# Michael DeHaan <mdehaan@redhat.com>
#
# This software may be freely redistributed under the terms of the GNU
# general public license.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
import func_module
import rpm
class RpmModule(func_module.FuncModule):
version = “0.0.2”
api_version = “0.0.1”
description = “RPM related commands.”
def inventory(self, flatten=True):
“””
Returns information on all installed packages.
By default, ‘flatten’ is passed in as True, which makes printouts very
clean in diffs for use by func-inventory.  If you are writting another
software application, using flatten=False will prevent the need to
parse the returns.
“””
# I have not been able to get flatten=False to work if there
# is more than 491 entries in the dict — ashcrow
ts = rpm.TransactionSet()
mi = ts.dbMatch()
results = []
for hdr in mi:
name = hdr[‘name’]
epoch = (hdr[‘epoch’] or 0)
version = hdr[‘version’]
release = hdr[‘release’]
arch = hdr[‘arch’]
if flatten:
results.append(“%s %s %s %s %s” % (name, epoch, version,
release, arch))
else:
results.append([name, epoch, version, release, arch])
return results

”’def verify(self, flatten=True):”’
”'””””’
”’Returns information of the verification of all installed packages.”’
”'””””’
”’import commands”’
”’ts = rpm.TransactionSet()”’
”’mi = ts.dbMatch()”’
”’results = []”’
”’for hdr in mi:”’
”’checksum = commands.getoutput(“rpm -V ” + hdr[‘name’])”’
”’if flatten:”’
”’results.append(“%s” % (checksum))”’
”’else:”’
”’results.append([checksum])”’
”’return results”’

def glob(self, pattern, flatten=True):
“””
Return a list of installed packages that match a pattern
“””
ts = rpm.TransactionSet()
mi = ts.dbMatch()
results = []
if not mi:
return
mi.pattern(‘name’, rpm.RPMMIRE_GLOB, pattern)
for hdr in mi:
name = hdr[‘name’]
epoch = (hdr[‘epoch’] or 0)
version = hdr[‘version’]
release = hdr[‘release’]
# gpg-pubkeys have no arch
arch = (hdr[‘arch’] or “”)

if flatten:
results.append(“%s %s %s %s %s” % (name, epoch, version,
release, arch))
else:
results.append([name, epoch, version, release, arch])
return results
def register_method_args(self):
“””
Implementing the method argument getter
“””
return {
‘inventory’:{
‘args’:{
‘flatten’:{
‘type’:’boolean’,
‘optional’:True,
‘default’:True,
‘description’:”Print clean in difss”
}
},
‘description’:”Returns information on all installed packages”
},
‘glob’:{
‘args’:{
‘pattern’:{
‘type’:’string’,
‘optional’:False,
‘description’:”The glob packet pattern”
},
‘flatten’:{
‘type’:’boolean’,
‘optional’:True,
‘default’:True,
‘description’:”Print clean in difss”
}
},
‘description’:”Return a list of installed packages that match a pattern”
}
}

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