Class: Chef::Application

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Includes:
Mixlib::CLI
Defined in:
lib/chef/application.rb,
lib/chef/application/exit_code.rb,
lib/chef/application/windows_service.rb,
lib/chef/application/windows_service_manager.rb

Direct Known Subclasses

Apply, Client, Knife, Solo

Defined Under Namespace

Classes: Apply, Client, ExitCode, Knife, Solo, WindowsService, WindowsServiceManager

Class Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Constructor Details

#initializeApplication

Returns a new instance of Application


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 36

def initialize
  super

  @chef_client = nil
  @chef_client_json = nil

  # Always switch to a readable directory. Keeps subsequent Dir.chdir() {}
  # from failing due to permissions when launched as a less privileged user.
end

Class Method Details

.debug_stacktrace(e) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 332

def debug_stacktrace(e)
  message = "#{e.class}: #{e}\n#{e.backtrace.join("\n")}"

  cause = e.cause if e.respond_to?(:cause)
  until cause.nil?
    message << "\n\n>>>> Caused by #{cause.class}: #{cause}\n#{cause.backtrace.join("\n")}"
    cause = cause.respond_to?(:cause) ? cause.cause : nil
  end

  chef_stacktrace_out = "Generated at #{Time.now}\n"
  chef_stacktrace_out += message

  Chef::FileCache.store("chef-stacktrace.out", chef_stacktrace_out)
  Chef::Log.fatal("Stacktrace dumped to #{Chef::FileCache.load("chef-stacktrace.out", false)}")
  Chef::Log.fatal("Please provide the contents of the stacktrace.out file if you file a bug report")
  Chef::Log.debug(message)
  true
end

.exit!(msg, err = nil) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 361

def exit!(msg, err = nil)
  Chef::Log.debug(msg)
  Process.exit(normalize_exit_code(err))
end

.fatal!(msg, err = nil) ⇒ Object

Log a fatal error message to both STDERR and the Logger, exit the application


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 356

def fatal!(msg, err = nil)
  Chef::Log.fatal(msg)
  Process.exit(normalize_exit_code(err))
end

.normalize_exit_code(exit_code) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 351

def normalize_exit_code(exit_code)
  Chef::Application::ExitCode.normalize_exit_code(exit_code)
end

Instance Method Details

#apply_extra_config_options(extra_config_options) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 120

def apply_extra_config_options(extra_config_options)
  Chef::Config.apply_extra_config_options(extra_config_options)
rescue ChefConfig::UnparsableConfigOption => e
  Chef::Application.fatal!(e.message)
end

#auto_log_level?Boolean

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 193

def auto_log_level?
  Chef::Config[:log_level] == :auto
end

#configure_chefObject

Parse configuration (options and config file)


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 88

def configure_chef
  parse_options
  load_config_file
  Chef::Config.export_proxies
  Chef::Config.init_openssl
end

#configure_encodingObject

Sets the default external encoding to UTF-8 (users can change this, but they shouldn't)


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 212

def configure_encoding
  Encoding.default_external = Chef::Config[:ruby_encoding]
end

#configure_log_locationObject

Turn log_location :syslog and log_location :win_evt into the appropriate loggers.


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 164

def configure_log_location
  log_location = Chef::Config[:log_location]
  return unless log_location.respond_to?(:to_sym)

  Chef::Config[:log_location] =
    case log_location.to_sym
      when :syslog then Chef::Log::Syslog.new
      when :win_evt then Chef::Log::WinEvt.new
      else log_location # Probably a path; let MonoLogger sort it out
    end
end

#configure_loggingObject

Initialize and configure the logger. === Loggers and Formatters In Chef 10.x and previous, the Logger was the primary/only way that Chef communicated information to the user. In Chef 10.14, a new system, "output formatters" was added, and in Chef 11.0+ it is the default when running chef in a console (detected by STDOUT.tty?). Because output formatters are more complex than the logger system and users have less experience with them, the config option force_logger is provided to restore the Chef 10.x behavior.

Conversely, for users who want formatter output even when chef is running unattended, the force_formatter option is provided.

=== Auto Log Level The log_level of :auto means :warn in the formatter and :info in the logger.


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 150

def configure_logging
  configure_log_location
  Chef::Log.init(MonoLogger.new(Chef::Config[:log_location]))
  if want_additional_logger?
    configure_stdout_logger
  end
  Chef::Log.level = resolve_log_level
rescue StandardError => error
  Chef::Log.fatal("Failed to open or create log file at #{Chef::Config[:log_location]}: #{error.class} (#{error.message})")
  Chef::Application.fatal!("Aborting due to invalid 'log_location' configuration", error)
end

#configure_stdout_loggerObject


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 182

def configure_stdout_logger
  stdout_logger = MonoLogger.new(STDOUT)
  stdout_logger.formatter = Chef::Log.logger.formatter
  Chef::Log.loggers << stdout_logger
end

#emit_warningsObject


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 83

def emit_warnings
  Chef::Log.warn "Chef::Config[:zypper_check_gpg] is set to false which disables security checking on zypper packages" unless Chef::Config[:zypper_check_gpg]
end

#load_config_fileObject

Parse the config file


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 96

def load_config_file
  config_fetcher = Chef::ConfigFetcher.new(config[:config_file])

  # Some config settings are derived relative to the config file path; if
  # given as a relative path, this is computed relative to cwd, but
  # chef-client will later chdir to root, so we need to get the absolute path
  # here.
  config[:config_file] = config_fetcher.expanded_path

  if config[:config_file].nil?
    Chef::Log.warn("No config file found or specified on command line, using command line options.")
  elsif config_fetcher.config_missing?
    Chef::Log.warn("*****************************************")
    Chef::Log.warn("Did not find config file: #{config[:config_file]}, using command line options.")
    Chef::Log.warn("*****************************************")
  else
    config_content = config_fetcher.read_config
    apply_config(config_content, config[:config_file])
  end
  extra_config_options = config.delete(:config_option)
  Chef::Config.merge!(config)
  apply_extra_config_options(extra_config_options)
end

#reconfigureObject

Reconfigure the application. You'll want to override and super this method.


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 47

def reconfigure
  configure_chef
  configure_logging
  configure_encoding
  emit_warnings
end

#resolve_log_levelObject

if log_level is :auto, convert it to :warn (when using output formatter) or :info (no output formatter). See also +using_output_formatter?+


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 199

def resolve_log_level
  if auto_log_level?
    if using_output_formatter?
      :warn
    else
      :info
    end
  else
    Chef::Config[:log_level]
  end
end

#runObject

Get this party started


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 55

def run
  setup_signal_handlers
  reconfigure
  setup_application
  run_application
end

#run_applicationObject

Actually run the application


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 222

def run_application
  raise Chef::Exceptions::Application, "#{self}: you must override run_application"
end

#run_chef_client(specific_recipes = []) ⇒ Object

Initializes Chef::Client instance and runs it


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 227

def run_chef_client(specific_recipes = [])
  unless specific_recipes.respond_to?(:size)
    raise ArgumentError, "received non-Array like specific_recipes argument"
  end

  Chef::LocalMode.with_server_connectivity do
    override_runlist = config[:override_runlist]
    override_runlist ||= [] if specific_recipes.size > 0
    @chef_client = Chef::Client.new(
      @chef_client_json,
      override_runlist: override_runlist,
      specific_recipes: specific_recipes,
      runlist: config[:runlist]
    )
    @chef_client_json = nil

    if can_fork?
      fork_chef_client # allowed to run client in forked process
    else
      # Unforked interval runs are disabled, so this runs chef-client
      # once and then exits. If TERM signal is received, will "ignore"
      # the signal to finish converge.
      run_with_graceful_exit_option
    end
    @chef_client = nil
  end
end

#set_specific_recipesObject


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 126

def set_specific_recipes
  if cli_arguments.respond_to?(:map)
    Chef::Config[:specific_recipes] =
      cli_arguments.map { |file| File.expand_path(file) }
  end
end

#setup_applicationObject

Called prior to starting the application, by the run method


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 217

def setup_application
  raise Chef::Exceptions::Application, "#{self}: you must override setup_application"
end

#setup_signal_handlersObject


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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 62

def setup_signal_handlers
  trap("INT") do
    Chef::Application.fatal!("SIGINT received, stopping", Chef::Exceptions::SigInt.new)
  end

  trap("TERM") do
    Chef::Application.fatal!("SIGTERM received, stopping", Chef::Exceptions::SigTerm.new)
  end

  unless Chef::Platform.windows?
    trap("QUIT") do
      Chef::Log.info("SIGQUIT received, call stack:\n  " + caller.join("\n  "))
    end

    trap("HUP") do
      Chef::Log.info("SIGHUP received, reconfiguring")
      reconfigure
    end
  end
end

#using_output_formatter?Boolean

Use of output formatters is assumed if force_formatter is set or if force_logger is not set

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 189

def using_output_formatter?
  Chef::Config[:force_formatter] || !Chef::Config[:force_logger]
end

#want_additional_logger?Boolean

Based on config and whether or not STDOUT is a tty, should we setup a secondary logger for stdout?

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/chef/application.rb', line 178

def want_additional_logger?
  ( Chef::Config[:log_location] != STDOUT ) && STDOUT.tty? && !Chef::Config[:daemonize]
end