Source code for bareos.bsock.directorconsole

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Send and receive the response to Bareos Director Daemon Console interface.

from bareos.bsock.connectiontype import ConnectionType
from bareos.bsock.constants import Constants
from bareos.bsock.lowlevel import LowLevel
from bareos.bsock.protocolmessageids import ProtocolMessageIds
from bareos.bsock.protocolmessages import ProtocolMessages
from bareos.bsock.protocolversions import ProtocolVersions
from bareos.bsock.tlsversionparser import TlsVersionParser
import bareos.exceptions

[docs]class DirectorConsole(LowLevel): """Send and receive the response to Bareos Director Daemon Console interface. Example: >>> import bareos.bsock >>> directorconsole=bareos.bsock.DirectorConsole(address='localhost', port=9101, name='user1', password='secret') >>> print('help').decode("utf-8")) """
[docs] @staticmethod def argparser_add_default_command_line_arguments(argparser): """Extend argparser with :py:class:`DirectorConsole` specific parameter. Every command line program must offer a similar set of parameter to connect to a Bareos Director. This method adds the required parameter to an existing ArgParser instance. Parameter required to initialize a DirectorConsole class are stored in variables prefixed with ``BAREOS_``. Use :py:func:`bareos.bsock.lowlevel.LowLevel.argparser_get_bareos_parameter` to retrieve the relevant parameter (with the ``BAREOS_`` prefix removed). Example: >>> argparser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description="Console to Bareos Director.") >>> DirectorConsole.argparser_add_default_command_line_arguments(argparser) >>> args = argparser.parse_args() >>> bareos_args = DirectorConsole.argparser_get_bareos_parameter(args) >>> director = DirectorConsole(**bareos_args) Args: argparser (ArgParser): ArgParser instance. """ argparser.add_argument( "--name", default="*UserAgent*", help='use this to access a specific Bareos director named console. Otherwise it connects to the default console ("*UserAgent*").', dest="BAREOS_name", ) argparser.add_argument( "-p", "--password", help="Password to authenticate to a Bareos Director console.", required=True, dest="BAREOS_password", ) argparser.add_argument( "--port", default=9101, help="Bareos Director network port.", dest="BAREOS_port", ) # argparser.add_argument('--dirname', help="Bareos Director name") argparser.add_argument( "--address", default="localhost", help="Bareos Director network address.", dest="BAREOS_address", ) argparser.add_argument( "--protocolversion", default=ProtocolVersions.last, type=int, help=u"Specify the Bareos console protocol version. Default: {0} (current).".format( ProtocolVersions.last ), dest="BAREOS_protocolversion", ) argparser.add_argument( "--pam-username", help="Username to authenticate against PAM on top off the normal authentication.", dest="BAREOS_pam_username", ) argparser.add_argument( "--pam-password", help="Password to authenticate against PAM on top off the normal authentication.", dest="BAREOS_pam_password", ) argparser.add_argument( "--tls-psk-require", help="Allow only encrypted connections. Default: False.", action="store_true", dest="BAREOS_tls_psk_require", ) TlsVersionParser().add_argument(argparser)
def __init__( self, address="localhost", port=9101, dirname=None, name="*UserAgent*", password=None, protocolversion=None, pam_username=None, pam_password=None, tls_psk_enable=True, tls_psk_require=False, tls_version=None, ): """\ Args: address (str): Address of the Bareos Director (hostname or IP). port (int): Port number of the Bareos Director. dirname (str, optional): Name of the Bareos Director. Deprecated, normally not required. name (str, optional): Name of the Director Console. Leave empty when connecting to the Bareos Default Console. password (str, bareos.util.Password): Password, in cleartext or as Password object. protocolversion (None, bareos.bsock.ProtocolVersions.last, bareos.bsock.ProtocolVersions.bareos_12_4, bareos.bsock.ProtocolVersions.bareos_18_2): Specify the Bareos Console protocol version to use. pam_username (str): Additional username when using PAM. pam_password (str): Additional user password when using PAM. tls_psk_enable (boolean): Enable TLS-PSK. tls_psk_require (boolean): Enforce using TLS-PSK. tls_version (None, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLS, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1, ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_2): TLS protocol version to use. Raises: bareos.exceptions.ConnectionError: On connections errors. """ super(DirectorConsole, self).__init__() self.pam_username = pam_username self.pam_password = pam_password self.tls_psk_enable = tls_psk_enable self.tls_psk_require = tls_psk_require if tls_version is not None: self.tls_version = tls_version self.identity_prefix = u"R_CONSOLE" if protocolversion is not None: self.requested_protocol_version = int(protocolversion) self.protocol_messages.set_version(self.requested_protocol_version) self.connect(address, port, dirname, ConnectionType.DIRECTOR, name, password) self._init_connection() self.max_reconnects = 1 def _finalize_authentication(self): code, text = self.receive_and_evaluate_response_message() self.logger.debug(u"code: {0}".format(code)) # # Test if PAM is requested. # If yes, handle PAM messages. # # Is is only available, with protocolversion >= ProtocolVersions.bareos_18_2, # however as it is optional, # it will be evaluated with all protocol versions. # if code == ProtocolMessageIds.PamRequired: self.logger.debug(u"PAM request: {0}".format(text)) if (not self.pam_username) or (not self.pam_password): raise bareos.exceptions.PamAuthenticationError( "PAM authentication is requested, but no PAM credentials given. Giving up.\n" ) self.send( ProtocolMessages.pam_user_credentials( self.pam_username, self.pam_password ) ) try: code, text = self.receive_and_evaluate_response_message() except bareos.exceptions.ConnectionLostError as e: raise bareos.exceptions.PamAuthenticationError( u"PAM authentication failed." ) else: if (self.pam_username) or (self.pam_password): raise bareos.exceptions.PamAuthenticationError( "PAM credentials provided, but this Director console does not offer PAM login. Giving up.\n" ) # # Test if authentication has been accepted. # if code == ProtocolMessageIds.Ok:"Authentication: {0}".format(text)) self.auth_credentials_valid = True else: raise bareos.exceptions.AuthenticationError( "Received unexcepted message: {0} {1} (expecting auth ok)".format( code, text ) ) if self.get_protocol_version() >= ProtocolVersions.bareos_18_2: # # Handle info message. # code, text = self.receive_and_evaluate_response_message() if code == ProtocolMessageIds.InfoMessage: self.logger.debug(u"Info: {0}".format(text)) else: raise bareos.exceptions.AuthenticationError( "Received unexcepted message: {0} {1} (expecting info message)".format( code, text ) ) def _init_connection(self):"autodisplay off") def _get_to_prompt(self): self.send(b".") return super(DirectorConsole, self)._get_to_prompt()