Source code for cobbler.modules.installation.pre_log


import time
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, List

from cobbler import validate

    from cobbler.api import CobblerAPI

[docs]def register() -> str: """ This pure python trigger acts as if it were a legacy shell-trigger, but is much faster. The return of this method indicates the trigger type. :return: Always `/var/lib/cobbler/triggers/install/pre/*` """ return "/var/lib/cobbler/triggers/install/pre/*"
[docs]def run(api: "CobblerAPI", args: List[str]) -> int: """ The method runs the trigger, meaning this logs that an installation has started. The list of args should have three elements: - 0: system or profile - 1: the name of the system or profile - 2: the ip or a "?" :param api: This parameter is currently unused. :param args: Already described above. :return: A "0" on success. """ objtype = args[0] name = args[1] ip_address = args[2] if not validate.validate_obj_type(objtype): return 1 if not api.find_items(objtype, name=name, return_list=False): return 1 if not ( ip_address == "?" or validate.ipv4_address(ip_address) or validate.ipv6_address(ip_address) ): return 1 # FIXME: use the logger with open("/var/log/cobbler/install.log", "a", encoding="UTF-8") as install_log_fd: install_log_fd.write(f"{objtype}\t{name}\t{ip_address}\tstart\t{time.time()}\n") return 0