Source code for cobbler.manager

Base class for modules.managers.* classes

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Thomas Renninger <>

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import logging
import cobbler.templar as templar

[docs]class ManagerModule(): """ Base class for Manager modules located in ``modules/manager/*.py`` These are typically but not necessarily used to manage systemd services. Enabling can be done via settings ``manage_*`` (e.g. ``manage_dhcp``) and ``restart_*`` (e.g. ``restart_dhcp``). Different modules could manage the same functionality like dhcp can be managed via or (compare with ``/etc/cobbler/``). """
[docs] @staticmethod def what(): """ Static method to identify the manager module. Must be overwritten by the inheriting class """ return "undefined"
def __init__(self, collection_mgr): """ Constructor :param collection_mgr: The collection manager to resolve all information with. """ self.logger = logging.getLogger() self.collection_mgr = collection_mgr self.api = collection_mgr.api self.distros = collection_mgr.distros() self.profiles = collection_mgr.profiles() = self.settings = collection_mgr.settings() self.repos = collection_mgr.repos() self.templar = templar.Templar(collection_mgr)
[docs] def write_configs(self): """ Write module specific config files. E.g. dhcp manager would write ``/etc/dhcpd.conf`` here """
[docs] def restart_service(self): """ Write module specific config files. E.g. dhcp manager would write ``/etc/dhcpd.conf`` here """
[docs] def regen_ethers(self): """ ISC/BIND doesn't use this. It is there for compability reasons with other managers. """
[docs] def sync(self): """ This syncs the manager's server (systemd service) with it's new config files. Basically this restarts the service to apply the changes. :return: Integer return value of restart_service - 0 on success """ self.write_configs() return self.restart_service()