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#!/usr/bin/python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (c) James Laska (jlaska@redhat.com)
#
# GNU General Public License v3.0+ (see LICENSES/GPL-3.0-or-later.txt or https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt)
# SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-3.0-or-later
from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function
__metaclass__ = type
DOCUMENTATION = '''
---
module: redhat_subscription
short_description: Manage registration and subscriptions to RHSM using C(subscription-manager)
description:
- Manage registration and subscription to the Red Hat Subscription Management entitlement platform using the C(subscription-manager) command,
registering using D-Bus if possible.
author: "Barnaby Court (@barnabycourt)"
notes:
- In order to register a system, subscription-manager requires either a username and password, or an activationkey and an Organization ID.
- Since 2.5 values for I(server_hostname), I(server_insecure), I(rhsm_baseurl),
I(server_proxy_hostname), I(server_proxy_port), I(server_proxy_user) and
I(server_proxy_password) are no longer taken from the C(/etc/rhsm/rhsm.conf)
config file and default to None.
requirements:
- subscription-manager
- Optionally the C(dbus) Python library; this is usually included in the OS
as it is used by C(subscription-manager).
extends_documentation_fragment:
- community.general.attributes
attributes:
check_mode:
support: none
diff_mode:
support: none
options:
state:
description:
- whether to register and subscribe (C(present)), or unregister (C(absent)) a system
choices: [ "present", "absent" ]
default: "present"
type: str
username:
description:
- access.redhat.com or Red Hat Satellite or Katello username
type: str
password:
description:
- access.redhat.com or Red Hat Satellite or Katello password
type: str
token:
description:
- sso.redhat.com API access token.
type: str
version_added: 6.3.0
server_hostname:
description:
- Specify an alternative Red Hat Subscription Management or Red Hat Satellite or Katello server
type: str
server_insecure:
description:
- Enable or disable https server certificate verification when connecting to C(server_hostname)
type: str
server_prefix:
description:
- Specify the prefix when registering to the Red Hat Subscription Management or Red Hat Satellite or Katello server.
type: str
version_added: 3.3.0
server_port:
description:
- Specify the port when registering to the Red Hat Subscription Management or Red Hat Satellite or Katello server.
type: str
version_added: 3.3.0
rhsm_baseurl:
description:
- Specify CDN baseurl
type: str
rhsm_repo_ca_cert:
description:
- Specify an alternative location for a CA certificate for CDN
type: str
server_proxy_hostname:
description:
- Specify an HTTP proxy hostname.
type: str
server_proxy_scheme:
description:
- Specify an HTTP proxy scheme, for example C(http) or C(https).
type: str
version_added: 6.2.0
server_proxy_port:
description:
- Specify an HTTP proxy port.
type: str
server_proxy_user:
description:
- Specify a user for HTTP proxy with basic authentication
type: str
server_proxy_password:
description:
- Specify a password for HTTP proxy with basic authentication
type: str
auto_attach:
description:
- Upon successful registration, auto-consume available subscriptions
- Added in favor of deprecated autosubscribe in 2.5.
type: bool
aliases: [autosubscribe]
activationkey:
description:
- supply an activation key for use with registration
type: str
org_id:
description:
- Organization ID to use in conjunction with activationkey
type: str
environment:
description:
- Register with a specific environment in the destination org. Used with Red Hat Satellite or Katello
type: str
pool:
description:
- |
Specify a subscription pool name to consume. Regular expressions accepted. Use I(pool_ids) instead if
possible, as it is much faster. Mutually exclusive with I(pool_ids).
default: '^$'
type: str
pool_ids:
description:
- |
Specify subscription pool IDs to consume. Prefer over I(pool) when possible as it is much faster.
A pool ID may be specified as a C(string) - just the pool ID (ex. C(0123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef)),
or as a C(dict) with the pool ID as the key, and a quantity as the value (ex.
C(0123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef: 2). If the quantity is provided, it is used to consume multiple
entitlements from a pool (the pool must support this). Mutually exclusive with I(pool).
default: []
type: list
elements: raw
consumer_type:
description:
- The type of unit to register, defaults to system
type: str
consumer_name:
description:
- Name of the system to register, defaults to the hostname
type: str
consumer_id:
description:
- |
References an existing consumer ID to resume using a previous registration
for this system. If the system's identity certificate is lost or corrupted,
this option allows it to resume using its previous identity and subscriptions.
The default is to not specify a consumer ID so a new ID is created.
type: str
force_register:
description:
- Register the system even if it is already registered
type: bool
default: false
release:
description:
- Set a release version
type: str
syspurpose:
description:
- Set syspurpose attributes in file C(/etc/rhsm/syspurpose/syspurpose.json)
and synchronize these attributes with RHSM server. Syspurpose attributes help attach
the most appropriate subscriptions to the system automatically. When C(syspurpose.json) file
already contains some attributes, then new attributes overwrite existing attributes.
When some attribute is not listed in the new list of attributes, the existing
attribute will be removed from C(syspurpose.json) file. Unknown attributes are ignored.
type: dict
suboptions:
usage:
description: Syspurpose attribute usage
type: str
role:
description: Syspurpose attribute role
type: str
service_level_agreement:
description: Syspurpose attribute service_level_agreement
type: str
addons:
description: Syspurpose attribute addons
type: list
elements: str
sync:
description:
- When this option is true, then syspurpose attributes are synchronized with
RHSM server immediately. When this option is false, then syspurpose attributes
will be synchronized with RHSM server by rhsmcertd daemon.
type: bool
default: false
'''
EXAMPLES = '''
- name: Register as user (joe_user) with password (somepass) and auto-subscribe to available content.
community.general.redhat_subscription:
state: present
username: joe_user
password: somepass
auto_attach: true
- name: Same as above but subscribe to a specific pool by ID.
community.general.redhat_subscription:
state: present
username: joe_user
password: somepass
pool_ids: 0123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef
- name: Register and subscribe to multiple pools.
community.general.redhat_subscription:
state: present
username: joe_user
password: somepass
pool_ids:
- 0123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef
- 1123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef
- name: Same as above but consume multiple entitlements.
community.general.redhat_subscription:
state: present
username: joe_user
password: somepass
pool_ids:
- 0123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef: 2
- 1123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef: 4
- name: Register and pull existing system data.
community.general.redhat_subscription:
state: present
username: joe_user
password: somepass
consumer_id: xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx
- name: Register with activationkey and consume subscriptions matching Red Hat Enterprise Server or Red Hat Virtualization
community.general.redhat_subscription:
state: present
activationkey: 1-222333444
org_id: 222333444
pool: '^(Red Hat Enterprise Server|Red Hat Virtualization)$'
- name: Update the consumed subscriptions from the previous example (remove Red Hat Virtualization subscription)
community.general.redhat_subscription:
state: present
activationkey: 1-222333444
org_id: 222333444
pool: '^Red Hat Enterprise Server$'
- name: Register as user credentials into given environment (against Red Hat Satellite or Katello), and auto-subscribe.
community.general.redhat_subscription:
state: present
username: joe_user
password: somepass
environment: Library
auto_attach: true
- name: Register as user (joe_user) with password (somepass) and a specific release
community.general.redhat_subscription:
state: present
username: joe_user
password: somepass
release: 7.4
- name: Register as user (joe_user) with password (somepass), set syspurpose attributes and synchronize them with server
community.general.redhat_subscription:
state: present
username: joe_user
password: somepass
auto_attach: true
syspurpose:
usage: "Production"
role: "Red Hat Enterprise Server"
service_level_agreement: "Premium"
addons:
- addon1
- addon2
sync: true
'''
RETURN = '''
subscribed_pool_ids:
description: List of pool IDs to which system is now subscribed
returned: success
type: dict
sample: {
"8a85f9815ab905d3015ab928c7005de4": "1"
}
'''
from os.path import isfile
from os import unlink
import re
import shutil
import tempfile
import json
from ansible.module_utils.basic import AnsibleModule
from ansible.module_utils.common.text.converters import to_native
from ansible.module_utils.six.moves import configparser
from ansible.module_utils import distro
SUBMAN_CMD = None
class RegistrationBase(object):
REDHAT_REPO = "/etc/yum.repos.d/redhat.repo"
def __init__(self, module, username=None, password=None, token=None):
self.module = module
self.username = username
self.password = password
self.token = token
def configure(self):
raise NotImplementedError("Must be implemented by a sub-class")
def enable(self):
# Remove any existing redhat.repo
if isfile(self.REDHAT_REPO):
unlink(self.REDHAT_REPO)
def register(self):
raise NotImplementedError("Must be implemented by a sub-class")
def unregister(self):
raise NotImplementedError("Must be implemented by a sub-class")
def unsubscribe(self):
raise NotImplementedError("Must be implemented by a sub-class")
def update_plugin_conf(self, plugin, enabled=True):
plugin_conf = '/etc/yum/pluginconf.d/%s.conf' % plugin
if isfile(plugin_conf):
tmpfd, tmpfile = tempfile.mkstemp()
shutil.copy2(plugin_conf, tmpfile)
cfg = configparser.ConfigParser()
cfg.read([tmpfile])
if enabled:
cfg.set('main', 'enabled', '1')
else:
cfg.set('main', 'enabled', '0')
fd = open(tmpfile, 'w+')
cfg.write(fd)
fd.close()
self.module.atomic_move(tmpfile, plugin_conf)
def subscribe(self, **kwargs):
raise NotImplementedError("Must be implemented by a sub-class")
class Rhsm(RegistrationBase):
def __init__(self, module, username=None, password=None, token=None):
RegistrationBase.__init__(self, module, username, password, token)
self.module = module
def enable(self):
'''
Enable the system to receive updates from subscription-manager.
This involves updating affected yum plugins and removing any
conflicting yum repositories.
'''
RegistrationBase.enable(self)
self.update_plugin_conf('rhnplugin', False)
self.update_plugin_conf('subscription-manager', True)
def configure(self, **kwargs):
'''
Configure the system as directed for registration with RHSM
Raises:
* Exception - if error occurs while running command
'''
args = [SUBMAN_CMD, 'config']
# Pass supplied **kwargs as parameters to subscription-manager. Ignore
# non-configuration parameters and replace '_' with '.'. For example,
# 'server_hostname' becomes '--server.hostname'.
options = []
for k, v in sorted(kwargs.items()):
if re.search(r'^(server|rhsm)_', k) and v is not None:
options.append('--%s=%s' % (k.replace('_', '.', 1), v))
# When there is nothing to configure, then it is not necessary
# to run config command, because it only returns current
# content of current configuration file
if len(options) == 0:
return
args.extend(options)
self.module.run_command(args, check_rc=True)
@property
def is_registered(self):
'''
Determine whether the current system
Returns:
* Boolean - whether the current system is currently registered to
RHSM.
'''
args = [SUBMAN_CMD, 'identity']
rc, stdout, stderr = self.module.run_command(args, check_rc=False)
if rc == 0:
return True
else:
return False
def _can_connect_to_dbus(self):
"""
Checks whether it is possible to connect to the system D-Bus bus.
:returns: bool -- whether it is possible to connect to the system D-Bus bus.
"""
try:
# Technically speaking, subscription-manager uses dbus-python
# as D-Bus library, so this ought to work; better be safe than
# sorry, I guess...
import dbus
except ImportError:
self.module.debug('dbus Python module not available, will use CLI')
return False
try:
bus = dbus.SystemBus()
msg = dbus.lowlevel.SignalMessage('/', 'com.example', 'test')
bus.send_message(msg)
bus.flush()
except dbus.exceptions.DBusException as e:
self.module.debug('Failed to connect to system D-Bus bus, will use CLI: %s' % e)
return False
self.module.debug('Verified system D-Bus bus as usable')
return True
def register(self, username, password, token, auto_attach, activationkey, org_id,
consumer_type, consumer_name, consumer_id, force_register, environment,
release):
'''
Register the current system to the provided RHSM or Red Hat Satellite
or Katello server
Raises:
* Exception - if any error occurs during the registration
'''
# There is no support for token-based registration in the D-Bus API
# of rhsm, so always use the CLI in that case.
if not token and self._can_connect_to_dbus():
self._register_using_dbus(username, password, auto_attach,
activationkey, org_id, consumer_type,
consumer_name, consumer_id,
force_register, environment, release)
return
self._register_using_cli(username, password, token, auto_attach,
activationkey, org_id, consumer_type,
consumer_name, consumer_id,
force_register, environment, release)
def _register_using_cli(self, username, password, token, auto_attach,
activationkey, org_id, consumer_type, consumer_name,
consumer_id, force_register, environment, release):
'''
Register using the 'subscription-manager' command
Raises:
* Exception - if error occurs while running command
'''
args = [SUBMAN_CMD, 'register']
# Generate command arguments
if force_register:
args.extend(['--force'])
if org_id:
args.extend(['--org', org_id])
if auto_attach:
args.append('--auto-attach')
if consumer_type:
args.extend(['--type', consumer_type])
if consumer_name:
args.extend(['--name', consumer_name])
if consumer_id:
args.extend(['--consumerid', consumer_id])
if environment:
args.extend(['--environment', environment])
if activationkey:
args.extend(['--activationkey', activationkey])
elif token:
args.extend(['--token', token])
else:
if username:
args.extend(['--username', username])
if password:
args.extend(['--password', password])
if release:
args.extend(['--release', release])
rc, stderr, stdout = self.module.run_command(args, check_rc=True, expand_user_and_vars=False)
def _register_using_dbus(self, username, password, auto_attach,
activationkey, org_id, consumer_type, consumer_name,
consumer_id, force_register, environment, release):
'''
Register using D-Bus (connecting to the rhsm service)
Raises:
* Exception - if error occurs during the D-Bus communication
'''
import dbus
SUBSCRIPTION_MANAGER_LOCALE = 'C'
# Seconds to wait for Registration to complete over DBus;
# 10 minutes should be a pretty generous timeout.
REGISTRATION_TIMEOUT = 600
def str2int(s, default=0):
try:
return int(s)
except ValueError:
return default
distro_id = distro.id()
distro_version = tuple(str2int(p) for p in distro.version_parts())
# Stop the rhsm service when using systemd (which means Fedora or
# RHEL 7+): this is because the service may not use new configuration bits
# - with subscription-manager < 1.26.5-1 (in RHEL < 8.2);
# fixed later by https://github.com/candlepin/subscription-manager/pull/2175
# - sporadically: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2049296
if distro_id == 'fedora' or distro_version[0] >= 7:
cmd = ['systemctl', 'stop', 'rhsm']
self.module.run_command(cmd, check_rc=True, expand_user_and_vars=False)
# While there is a 'force' options for the registration, it is actually
# not implemented (and thus it does not work)
# - in RHEL 7 and earlier
# - in RHEL 8 before 8.8: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2118486
# - in RHEL 9 before 9.2: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2121350
# Hence, use it only when implemented, manually unregistering otherwise.
# Match it on RHEL, since we know about it; other distributions
# will need their own logic.
dbus_force_option_works = False
if (distro_id == 'rhel' and
((distro_version[0] == 8 and distro_version[1] >= 8) or
(distro_version[0] == 9 and distro_version[1] >= 2) or
distro_version[0] > 9)):
dbus_force_option_works = True
if force_register and not dbus_force_option_works:
self.unregister()
register_opts = {}
if consumer_type:
register_opts['consumer_type'] = consumer_type
if consumer_name:
register_opts['name'] = consumer_name
if consumer_id:
register_opts['consumerid'] = consumer_id
if environment:
# The option for environments used to be 'environment' in versions
# of RHEL before 8.6, and then it changed to 'environments'; since
# the Register*() D-Bus functions reject unknown options, we have
# to pass the right option depending on the version -- funky.
environment_key = 'environment'
if distro_id == 'fedora' or \
(distro_id == 'rhel' and
((distro_version[0] == 8 and distro_version[1] >= 6) or
distro_version[0] >= 9)):
environment_key = 'environments'
register_opts[environment_key] = environment
if force_register and dbus_force_option_works:
register_opts['force'] = True
# Wrap it as proper D-Bus dict
register_opts = dbus.Dictionary(register_opts, signature='sv', variant_level=1)
connection_opts = {}
# Wrap it as proper D-Bus dict
connection_opts = dbus.Dictionary(connection_opts, signature='sv', variant_level=1)
bus = dbus.SystemBus()
register_server = bus.get_object('com.redhat.RHSM1',
'/com/redhat/RHSM1/RegisterServer')
address = register_server.Start(
SUBSCRIPTION_MANAGER_LOCALE,
dbus_interface='com.redhat.RHSM1.RegisterServer',
)
try:
# Use the private bus to register the system
self.module.debug('Connecting to the private DBus')
private_bus = dbus.connection.Connection(address)
try:
if activationkey:
args = (
org_id,
[activationkey],
register_opts,
connection_opts,
SUBSCRIPTION_MANAGER_LOCALE,
)
private_bus.call_blocking(
'com.redhat.RHSM1',
'/com/redhat/RHSM1/Register',
'com.redhat.RHSM1.Register',
'RegisterWithActivationKeys',
'sasa{sv}a{sv}s',
args,
timeout=REGISTRATION_TIMEOUT,
)
else:
args = (
org_id or '',
username,
password,
register_opts,
connection_opts,
SUBSCRIPTION_MANAGER_LOCALE,
)
private_bus.call_blocking(
'com.redhat.RHSM1',
'/com/redhat/RHSM1/Register',
'com.redhat.RHSM1.Register',
'Register',
'sssa{sv}a{sv}s',
args,
timeout=REGISTRATION_TIMEOUT,
)
except dbus.exceptions.DBusException as e:
# Sometimes we get NoReply but the registration has succeeded.
# Check the registration status before deciding if this is an error.
if e.get_dbus_name() == 'org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply':
if not self.is_registered():
# Host is not registered so re-raise the error
raise
else:
raise
# Host was registered so continue
finally:
# Always shut down the private bus
self.module.debug('Shutting down private DBus instance')
register_server.Stop(
SUBSCRIPTION_MANAGER_LOCALE,
dbus_interface='com.redhat.RHSM1.RegisterServer',
)
# Make sure to refresh all the local data: this will fetch all the
# certificates, update redhat.repo, etc.
self.module.run_command([SUBMAN_CMD, 'refresh'],
check_rc=True, expand_user_and_vars=False)
if auto_attach:
args = [SUBMAN_CMD, 'attach', '--auto']
self.module.run_command(args, check_rc=True, expand_user_and_vars=False)
# There is no support for setting the release via D-Bus, so invoke
# the CLI for this.
if release:
args = [SUBMAN_CMD, 'release', '--set', release]
self.module.run_command(args, check_rc=True, expand_user_and_vars=False)
def unsubscribe(self, serials=None):
'''
Unsubscribe a system from subscribed channels
Args:
serials(list or None): list of serials to unsubscribe. If
serials is none or an empty list, then
all subscribed channels will be removed.
Raises:
* Exception - if error occurs while running command
'''
items = []
if serials is not None and serials:
items = ["--serial=%s" % s for s in serials]
if serials is None:
items = ["--all"]
if items:
args = [SUBMAN_CMD, 'remove'] + items
rc, stderr, stdout = self.module.run_command(args, check_rc=True)
return serials
def unregister(self):
'''
Unregister a currently registered system
Raises:
* Exception - if error occurs while running command
'''
args = [SUBMAN_CMD, 'unregister']
rc, stderr, stdout = self.module.run_command(args, check_rc=True)
self.update_plugin_conf('rhnplugin', False)
self.update_plugin_conf('subscription-manager', False)
def subscribe(self, regexp):
'''
Subscribe current system to available pools matching the specified
regular expression. It matches regexp against available pool ids first.
If any pool ids match, subscribe to those pools and return.
If no pool ids match, then match regexp against available pool product
names. Note this can still easily match many many pools. Then subscribe
to those pools.
Since a pool id is a more specific match, we only fallback to matching
against names if we didn't match pool ids.
Raises:
* Exception - if error occurs while running command
'''
# See https://github.com/ansible/ansible/issues/19466
# subscribe to pools whose pool id matches regexp (and only the pool id)
subscribed_pool_ids = self.subscribe_pool(regexp)
# If we found any matches, we are done
# Don't attempt to match pools by product name
if subscribed_pool_ids:
return subscribed_pool_ids
# We didn't match any pool ids.
# Now try subscribing to pools based on product name match
# Note: This can match lots of product names.
subscribed_by_product_pool_ids = self.subscribe_product(regexp)
if subscribed_by_product_pool_ids:
return subscribed_by_product_pool_ids
# no matches
return []
def subscribe_by_pool_ids(self, pool_ids):
"""
Try to subscribe to the list of pool IDs
"""
available_pools = RhsmPools(self.module)
available_pool_ids = [p.get_pool_id() for p in available_pools]
for pool_id, quantity in sorted(pool_ids.items()):
if pool_id in available_pool_ids:
args = [SUBMAN_CMD, 'attach', '--pool', pool_id]
if quantity is not None:
args.extend(['--quantity', to_native(quantity)])
rc, stderr, stdout = self.module.run_command(args, check_rc=True)
else:
self.module.fail_json(msg='Pool ID: %s not in list of available pools' % pool_id)
return pool_ids
def subscribe_pool(self, regexp):
'''
Subscribe current system to available pools matching the specified
regular expression
Raises:
* Exception - if error occurs while running command
'''
# Available pools ready for subscription
available_pools = RhsmPools(self.module)
subscribed_pool_ids = []
for pool in available_pools.filter_pools(regexp):
pool.subscribe()
subscribed_pool_ids.append(pool.get_pool_id())
return subscribed_pool_ids
def subscribe_product(self, regexp):
'''
Subscribe current system to available pools matching the specified
regular expression
Raises:
* Exception - if error occurs while running command
'''
# Available pools ready for subscription
available_pools = RhsmPools(self.module)
subscribed_pool_ids = []
for pool in available_pools.filter_products(regexp):
pool.subscribe()
subscribed_pool_ids.append(pool.get_pool_id())
return subscribed_pool_ids
def update_subscriptions(self, regexp):
changed = False
consumed_pools = RhsmPools(self.module, consumed=True)
pool_ids_to_keep = [p.get_pool_id() for p in consumed_pools.filter_pools(regexp)]
pool_ids_to_keep.extend([p.get_pool_id() for p in consumed_pools.filter_products(regexp)])
serials_to_remove = [p.Serial for p in consumed_pools if p.get_pool_id() not in pool_ids_to_keep]
serials = self.unsubscribe(serials=serials_to_remove)
subscribed_pool_ids = self.subscribe(regexp)
if subscribed_pool_ids or serials:
changed = True
return {'changed': changed, 'subscribed_pool_ids': subscribed_pool_ids,
'unsubscribed_serials': serials}
def update_subscriptions_by_pool_ids(self, pool_ids):
changed = False
consumed_pools = RhsmPools(self.module, consumed=True)
existing_pools = {}
serials_to_remove = []
for p in consumed_pools:
pool_id = p.get_pool_id()
quantity_used = p.get_quantity_used()
existing_pools[pool_id] = quantity_used
quantity = pool_ids.get(pool_id, 0)
if quantity is not None and quantity != quantity_used:
serials_to_remove.append(p.Serial)
serials = self.unsubscribe(serials=serials_to_remove)
missing_pools = {}
for pool_id, quantity in sorted(pool_ids.items()):
quantity_used = existing_pools.get(pool_id, 0)
if quantity is None and quantity_used == 0 or quantity not in (None, 0, quantity_used):
missing_pools[pool_id] = quantity
self.subscribe_by_pool_ids(missing_pools)
if missing_pools or serials:
changed = True
return {'changed': changed, 'subscribed_pool_ids': list(missing_pools.keys()),
'unsubscribed_serials': serials}
def sync_syspurpose(self):
"""
Try to synchronize syspurpose attributes with server
"""
args = [SUBMAN_CMD, 'status']
rc, stdout, stderr = self.module.run_command(args, check_rc=False)
class RhsmPool(object):
'''
Convenience class for housing subscription information
'''
def __init__(self, module, **kwargs):
self.module = module
for k, v in kwargs.items():
setattr(self, k, v)
def __str__(self):
return str(self.__getattribute__('_name'))
def get_pool_id(self):
return getattr(self, 'PoolId', getattr(self, 'PoolID'))
def get_quantity_used(self):
return int(getattr(self, 'QuantityUsed'))
def subscribe(self):
args = "subscription-manager attach --pool %s" % self.get_pool_id()
rc, stdout, stderr = self.module.run_command(args, check_rc=True)
if rc == 0:
return True
else:
return False
class RhsmPools(object):
"""
This class is used for manipulating pools subscriptions with RHSM
"""
def __init__(self, module, consumed=False):
self.module = module
self.products = self._load_product_list(consumed)
def __iter__(self):
return self.products.__iter__()
def _load_product_list(self, consumed=False):
"""
Loads list of all available or consumed pools for system in data structure
Args:
consumed(bool): if True list consumed pools, else list available pools (default False)
"""
args = "subscription-manager list"
if consumed:
args += " --consumed"
else:
args += " --available"
lang_env = dict(LANG='C', LC_ALL='C', LC_MESSAGES='C')
rc, stdout, stderr = self.module.run_command(args, check_rc=True, environ_update=lang_env)
products = []
for line in stdout.split('\n'):
# Remove leading+trailing whitespace
line = line.strip()
# An empty line implies the end of a output group
if len(line) == 0:
continue
# If a colon ':' is found, parse
elif ':' in line:
(key, value) = line.split(':', 1)
key = key.strip().replace(" ", "") # To unify
value = value.strip()
if key in ['ProductName', 'SubscriptionName']:
# Remember the name for later processing
products.append(RhsmPool(self.module, _name=value, key=value))
elif products:
# Associate value with most recently recorded product
products[-1].__setattr__(key, value)
# FIXME - log some warning?
# else:
# warnings.warn("Unhandled subscription key/value: %s/%s" % (key,value))
return products
def filter_pools(self, regexp='^$'):
'''
Return a list of RhsmPools whose pool id matches the provided regular expression
'''
r = re.compile(regexp)
for product in self.products:
if r.search(product.get_pool_id()):
yield product
def filter_products(self, regexp='^$'):
'''
Return a list of RhsmPools whose product name matches the provided regular expression
'''
r = re.compile(regexp)
for product in self.products:
if r.search(product._name):
yield product
class SysPurpose(object):
"""
This class is used for reading and writing to syspurpose.json file
"""
SYSPURPOSE_FILE_PATH = "/etc/rhsm/syspurpose/syspurpose.json"
ALLOWED_ATTRIBUTES = ['role', 'usage', 'service_level_agreement', 'addons']
def __init__(self, path=None):
"""
Initialize class used for reading syspurpose json file
"""
self.path = path or self.SYSPURPOSE_FILE_PATH
def update_syspurpose(self, new_syspurpose):
"""
Try to update current syspurpose with new attributes from new_syspurpose
"""
syspurpose = {}
syspurpose_changed = False
for key, value in new_syspurpose.items():
if key in self.ALLOWED_ATTRIBUTES:
if value is not None:
syspurpose[key] = value
elif key == 'sync':
pass
else:
raise KeyError("Attribute: %s not in list of allowed attributes: %s" %
(key, self.ALLOWED_ATTRIBUTES))
current_syspurpose = self._read_syspurpose()
if current_syspurpose != syspurpose:
syspurpose_changed = True
# Update current syspurpose with new values
current_syspurpose.update(syspurpose)
# When some key is not listed in new syspurpose, then delete it from current syspurpose
# and ignore custom attributes created by user (e.g. "foo": "bar")
for key in list(current_syspurpose):
if key in self.ALLOWED_ATTRIBUTES and key not in syspurpose:
del current_syspurpose[key]
self._write_syspurpose(current_syspurpose)
return syspurpose_changed
def _write_syspurpose(self, new_syspurpose):
"""
This function tries to update current new_syspurpose attributes to
json file.
"""
with open(self.path, "w") as fp:
fp.write(json.dumps(new_syspurpose, indent=2, ensure_ascii=False, sort_keys=True))
def _read_syspurpose(self):
"""
Read current syspurpuse from json file.
"""
current_syspurpose = {}
try:
with open(self.path, "r") as fp:
content = fp.read()
except IOError:
pass
else:
current_syspurpose = json.loads(content)
return current_syspurpose
def main():
# Load RHSM configuration from file
rhsm = Rhsm(None)
# Note: the default values for parameters are:
# 'type': 'str', 'default': None, 'required': False
# So there is no need to repeat these values for each parameter.
module = AnsibleModule(
argument_spec={
'state': {'default': 'present', 'choices': ['present', 'absent']},
'username': {},
'password': {'no_log': True},
'token': {'no_log': True},
'server_hostname': {},
'server_insecure': {},
'server_prefix': {},
'server_port': {},
'rhsm_baseurl': {},
'rhsm_repo_ca_cert': {},
'auto_attach': {'aliases': ['autosubscribe'], 'type': 'bool'},
'activationkey': {'no_log': True},
'org_id': {},
'environment': {},
'pool': {'default': '^$'},
'pool_ids': {'default': [], 'type': 'list', 'elements': 'raw'},
'consumer_type': {},
'consumer_name': {},
'consumer_id': {},
'force_register': {'default': False, 'type': 'bool'},
'server_proxy_hostname': {},
'server_proxy_scheme': {},
'server_proxy_port': {},
'server_proxy_user': {},
'server_proxy_password': {'no_log': True},
'release': {},
'syspurpose': {
'type': 'dict',
'options': {
'role': {},
'usage': {},
'service_level_agreement': {},
'addons': {'type': 'list', 'elements': 'str'},
'sync': {'type': 'bool', 'default': False}
}
}
},
required_together=[['username', 'password'],
['server_proxy_hostname', 'server_proxy_port'],
['server_proxy_user', 'server_proxy_password']],
mutually_exclusive=[['activationkey', 'username'],
['activationkey', 'token'],
['token', 'username'],
['activationkey', 'consumer_id'],
['activationkey', 'environment'],
['activationkey', 'auto_attach'],
['pool', 'pool_ids']],
required_if=[['state', 'present', ['username', 'activationkey', 'token'], True]],
)
rhsm.module = module
state = module.params['state']
username = module.params['username']
password = module.params['password']
token = module.params['token']
server_hostname = module.params['server_hostname']
server_insecure = module.params['server_insecure']
server_prefix = module.params['server_prefix']
server_port = module.params['server_port']
rhsm_baseurl = module.params['rhsm_baseurl']
rhsm_repo_ca_cert = module.params['rhsm_repo_ca_cert']
auto_attach = module.params['auto_attach']
activationkey = module.params['activationkey']
org_id = module.params['org_id']
if activationkey and not org_id:
module.fail_json(msg='org_id is required when using activationkey')
environment = module.params['environment']
pool = module.params['pool']
pool_ids = {}
for value in module.params['pool_ids']:
if isinstance(value, dict):
if len(value) != 1:
module.fail_json(msg='Unable to parse pool_ids option.')
pool_id, quantity = list(value.items())[0]
else:
pool_id, quantity = value, None
pool_ids[pool_id] = quantity
consumer_type = module.params["consumer_type"]
consumer_name = module.params["consumer_name"]
consumer_id = module.params["consumer_id"]
force_register = module.params["force_register"]
server_proxy_hostname = module.params['server_proxy_hostname']
server_proxy_port = module.params['server_proxy_port']
server_proxy_user = module.params['server_proxy_user']
server_proxy_password = module.params['server_proxy_password']
release = module.params['release']
syspurpose = module.params['syspurpose']
global SUBMAN_CMD
SUBMAN_CMD = module.get_bin_path('subscription-manager', True)
syspurpose_changed = False
if syspurpose is not None:
try:
syspurpose_changed = SysPurpose().update_syspurpose(syspurpose)
except Exception as err:
module.fail_json(msg="Failed to update syspurpose attributes: %s" % to_native(err))
# Ensure system is registered
if state == 'present':
# Register system
if rhsm.is_registered and not force_register:
if syspurpose and 'sync' in syspurpose and syspurpose['sync'] is True:
try:
rhsm.sync_syspurpose()
except Exception as e:
module.fail_json(msg="Failed to synchronize syspurpose attributes: %s" % to_native(e))
if pool != '^$' or pool_ids:
try:
if pool_ids:
result = rhsm.update_subscriptions_by_pool_ids(pool_ids)
else:
result = rhsm.update_subscriptions(pool)
except Exception as e:
module.fail_json(msg="Failed to update subscriptions for '%s': %s" % (server_hostname, to_native(e)))
else:
module.exit_json(**result)
else:
if syspurpose_changed is True:
module.exit_json(changed=True, msg="Syspurpose attributes changed.")
else:
module.exit_json(changed=False, msg="System already registered.")
else:
try:
rhsm.enable()
rhsm.configure(**module.params)