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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (C) 2017-2019 RhodeCode GmbH
#
# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License, version 3
# (only), as published by the Free Software Foundation.
#
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# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
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#
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# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
#
# This program is dual-licensed. If you wish to learn more about the
# RhodeCode Enterprise Edition, including its added features, Support services,
# and proprietary license terms, please see https://rhodecode.com/licenses/
import os
import sys
import time
import platform
import collections
import pkg_resources
import logging
import resource
from pyramid.compat import configparser
log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
psutil = None
try:
# cygwin cannot have yet psutil support.
import psutil as psutil
except ImportError:
pass
_NA = 'NOT AVAILABLE'
STATE_OK = 'ok'
STATE_ERR = 'error'
STATE_WARN = 'warning'
STATE_OK_DEFAULT = {'message': '', 'type': STATE_OK}
# HELPERS
def percentage(part, whole):
whole = float(whole)
if whole > 0:
return round(100 * float(part) / whole, 1)
return 0.0
def get_storage_size(storage_path):
sizes = []
for file_ in os.listdir(storage_path):
storage_file = os.path.join(storage_path, file_)
if os.path.isfile(storage_file):
try:
sizes.append(os.path.getsize(storage_file))
except OSError:
log.exception('Failed to get size of storage file %s', storage_file)
pass
return sum(sizes)
def get_resource(resource_type):
try:
return resource.getrlimit(resource_type)
except Exception:
return 'NOT_SUPPORTED'
def get_cert_path(ini_path):
default = '/etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt'
control_ca_bundle = os.path.join(
os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(ini_path)))),
'.rccontrol-profile/etc/ca-bundle.crt')
if os.path.isfile(control_ca_bundle):
default = control_ca_bundle
return default
class SysInfoRes(object):
def __init__(self, value, state=None, human_value=None):
self.value = value
self.state = state or STATE_OK_DEFAULT
self.human_value = human_value or value
def __json__(self):
return {
'value': self.value,
'state': self.state,
'human_value': self.human_value,
}
def get_value(self):
return self.__json__()
def __str__(self):
return '<SysInfoRes({})>'.format(self.__json__())
class SysInfo(object):
def __init__(self, func_name, **kwargs):
self.func_name = func_name
self.value = _NA
self.state = None
self.kwargs = kwargs or {}
def __call__(self):
computed = self.compute(**self.kwargs)
if not isinstance(computed, SysInfoRes):
raise ValueError(
'computed value for {} is not instance of '
'{}, got {} instead'.format(
self.func_name, SysInfoRes, type(computed)))
return computed.__json__()
def __str__(self):
return '<SysInfo({})>'.format(self.func_name)
def compute(self, **kwargs):
return self.func_name(**kwargs)
# SysInfo functions
def python_info():
value = dict(version=' '.join(platform._sys_version()),
executable=sys.executable)
return SysInfoRes(value=value)
def py_modules():
mods = dict([(p.project_name, p.version)
for p in pkg_resources.working_set])
value = sorted(mods.items(), key=lambda k: k[0].lower())
return SysInfoRes(value=value)
def platform_type():
from rhodecode.lib.utils import safe_unicode, generate_platform_uuid
value = dict(
name=safe_unicode(platform.platform()),
uuid=generate_platform_uuid()
)
return SysInfoRes(value=value)
def locale_info():
import locale
value = dict(
locale_default=locale.getdefaultlocale(),
locale_lc_all=locale.getlocale(locale.LC_ALL),
lang_env=os.environ.get('LANG'),
lc_all_env=os.environ.get('LC_ALL'),
local_archive_env=os.environ.get('LOCALE_ARCHIVE'),
)
human_value = 'LANG: {}, locale LC_ALL: {}, Default locales: {}'.format(
value['lang_env'], value['locale_lc_all'], value['locale_default'])
return SysInfoRes(value=value, human_value=human_value)
def ulimit_info():
data = collections.OrderedDict([
('cpu time (seconds)', get_resource(resource.RLIMIT_CPU)),
('file size', get_resource(resource.RLIMIT_FSIZE)),
('stack size', get_resource(resource.RLIMIT_STACK)),
('core file size', get_resource(resource.RLIMIT_CORE)),
('address space size', get_resource(resource.RLIMIT_AS)),
('locked in mem size', get_resource(resource.RLIMIT_MEMLOCK)),
('heap size', get_resource(resource.RLIMIT_DATA)),
('rss size', get_resource(resource.RLIMIT_RSS)),
('number of processes', get_resource(resource.RLIMIT_NPROC)),
('open files', get_resource(resource.RLIMIT_NOFILE)),
])
text = ', '.join('{}:{}'.format(k,v) for k,v in data.items())
value = {
'limits': data,
'text': text,
}
return SysInfoRes(value=value)
def uptime():
from rhodecode.lib.helpers import age, time_to_datetime
from rhodecode.translation import TranslationString
value = dict(boot_time=0, uptime=0, text='')
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
if not psutil:
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state)
boot_time = psutil.boot_time()
value['boot_time'] = boot_time
value['uptime'] = time.time() - boot_time
date_or_age = age(time_to_datetime(boot_time))
if isinstance(date_or_age, TranslationString):
date_or_age = date_or_age.interpolate()
human_value = value.copy()
human_value['boot_time'] = time_to_datetime(boot_time)
human_value['uptime'] = age(time_to_datetime(boot_time), show_suffix=False)
human_value['text'] = u'Server started {}'.format(date_or_age)
return SysInfoRes(value=value, human_value=human_value)
def memory():
from rhodecode.lib.helpers import format_byte_size_binary
value = dict(available=0, used=0, used_real=0, cached=0, percent=0,
percent_used=0, free=0, inactive=0, active=0, shared=0,
total=0, buffers=0, text='')
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
if not psutil:
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state)
value.update(dict(psutil.virtual_memory()._asdict()))
value['used_real'] = value['total'] - value['available']
value['percent_used'] = psutil._common.usage_percent(
value['used_real'], value['total'], 1)
human_value = value.copy()
human_value['text'] = '%s/%s, %s%% used' % (
format_byte_size_binary(value['used_real']),
format_byte_size_binary(value['total']),
value['percent_used'],)
keys = value.keys()[::]
keys.pop(keys.index('percent'))
keys.pop(keys.index('percent_used'))
keys.pop(keys.index('text'))
for k in keys:
human_value[k] = format_byte_size_binary(value[k])
if state['type'] == STATE_OK and value['percent_used'] > 90:
msg = 'Critical: your available RAM memory is very low.'
state = {'message': msg, 'type': STATE_ERR}
elif state['type'] == STATE_OK and value['percent_used'] > 70:
msg = 'Warning: your available RAM memory is running low.'
state = {'message': msg, 'type': STATE_WARN}
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state, human_value=human_value)
def machine_load():
value = {'1_min': _NA, '5_min': _NA, '15_min': _NA, 'text': ''}
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
if not psutil:
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state)
# load averages
if hasattr(psutil.os, 'getloadavg'):
value.update(dict(
zip(['1_min', '5_min', '15_min'], psutil.os.getloadavg())))
human_value = value.copy()
human_value['text'] = '1min: {}, 5min: {}, 15min: {}'.format(
value['1_min'], value['5_min'], value['15_min'])
if state['type'] == STATE_OK and value['15_min'] > 5:
msg = 'Warning: your machine load is very high.'
state = {'message': msg, 'type': STATE_WARN}
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state, human_value=human_value)
def cpu():
value = {'cpu': 0, 'cpu_count': 0, 'cpu_usage': []}
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
if not psutil:
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state)
value['cpu'] = psutil.cpu_percent(0.5)
value['cpu_usage'] = psutil.cpu_percent(0.5, percpu=True)
value['cpu_count'] = psutil.cpu_count()
human_value = value.copy()
human_value['text'] = '{} cores at {} %'.format(
value['cpu_count'], value['cpu'])
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state, human_value=human_value)
def storage():
from rhodecode.lib.helpers import format_byte_size_binary
from rhodecode.model.settings import VcsSettingsModel
path = VcsSettingsModel().get_repos_location()
value = dict(percent=0, used=0, total=0, path=path, text='')
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
if not psutil:
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state)
try:
value.update(dict(psutil.disk_usage(path)._asdict()))
except Exception as e:
log.exception('Failed to fetch disk info')
state = {'message': str(e), 'type': STATE_ERR}
human_value = value.copy()
human_value['used'] = format_byte_size_binary(value['used'])
human_value['total'] = format_byte_size_binary(value['total'])
human_value['text'] = "{}/{}, {}% used".format(
format_byte_size_binary(value['used']),
format_byte_size_binary(value['total']),
value['percent'])
if state['type'] == STATE_OK and value['percent'] > 90:
msg = 'Critical: your disk space is very low.'
state = {'message': msg, 'type': STATE_ERR}
elif state['type'] == STATE_OK and value['percent'] > 70:
msg = 'Warning: your disk space is running low.'
state = {'message': msg, 'type': STATE_WARN}
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state, human_value=human_value)
def storage_inodes():
from rhodecode.model.settings import VcsSettingsModel
path = VcsSettingsModel().get_repos_location()
value = dict(percent=0, free=0, used=0, total=0, path=path, text='')
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
if not psutil:
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state)
try:
i_stat = os.statvfs(path)
value['free'] = i_stat.f_ffree
value['used'] = i_stat.f_files-i_stat.f_favail
value['total'] = i_stat.f_files
value['percent'] = percentage(value['used'], value['total'])
except Exception as e:
log.exception('Failed to fetch disk inodes info')
state = {'message': str(e), 'type': STATE_ERR}
human_value = value.copy()
human_value['text'] = "{}/{}, {}% used".format(
value['used'], value['total'], value['percent'])
if state['type'] == STATE_OK and value['percent'] > 90:
msg = 'Critical: your disk free inodes are very low.'
state = {'message': msg, 'type': STATE_ERR}
elif state['type'] == STATE_OK and value['percent'] > 70:
msg = 'Warning: your disk free inodes are running low.'
state = {'message': msg, 'type': STATE_WARN}
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state, human_value=human_value)
def storage_archives():
import rhodecode
from rhodecode.lib.utils import safe_str
from rhodecode.lib.helpers import format_byte_size_binary
msg = 'Enable this by setting ' \
'archive_cache_dir=/path/to/cache option in the .ini file'
path = safe_str(rhodecode.CONFIG.get('archive_cache_dir', msg))
value = dict(percent=0, used=0, total=0, items=0, path=path, text='')
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
try:
items_count = 0
used = 0
for root, dirs, files in os.walk(path):
if root == path:
items_count = len(files)
for f in files:
try:
used += os.path.getsize(os.path.join(root, f))
except OSError:
pass
value.update({
'percent': 100,
'used': used,
'total': used,
'items': items_count
})
except Exception as e:
log.exception('failed to fetch archive cache storage')
state = {'message': str(e), 'type': STATE_ERR}
human_value = value.copy()
human_value['used'] = format_byte_size_binary(value['used'])
human_value['total'] = format_byte_size_binary(value['total'])
human_value['text'] = "{} ({} items)".format(
human_value['used'], value['items'])
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state, human_value=human_value)
def storage_gist():
from rhodecode.model.gist import GIST_STORE_LOC
from rhodecode.model.settings import VcsSettingsModel
from rhodecode.lib.utils import safe_str
from rhodecode.lib.helpers import format_byte_size_binary
path = safe_str(os.path.join(
VcsSettingsModel().get_repos_location(), GIST_STORE_LOC))
# gist storage
value = dict(percent=0, used=0, total=0, items=0, path=path, text='')
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
try:
items_count = 0
used = 0
for root, dirs, files in os.walk(path):
if root == path:
items_count = len(dirs)
for f in files:
try:
used += os.path.getsize(os.path.join(root, f))
except OSError:
pass
value.update({
'percent': 100,
'used': used,
'total': used,
'items': items_count
})
except Exception as e:
log.exception('failed to fetch gist storage items')
state = {'message': str(e), 'type': STATE_ERR}
human_value = value.copy()
human_value['used'] = format_byte_size_binary(value['used'])
human_value['total'] = format_byte_size_binary(value['total'])
human_value['text'] = "{} ({} items)".format(
human_value['used'], value['items'])
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state, human_value=human_value)
def storage_temp():
import tempfile
from rhodecode.lib.helpers import format_byte_size_binary
path = tempfile.gettempdir()
value = dict(percent=0, used=0, total=0, items=0, path=path, text='')
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
if not psutil:
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state)
try:
value.update(dict(psutil.disk_usage(path)._asdict()))
except Exception as e:
log.exception('Failed to fetch temp dir info')
state = {'message': str(e), 'type': STATE_ERR}
human_value = value.copy()
human_value['used'] = format_byte_size_binary(value['used'])
human_value['total'] = format_byte_size_binary(value['total'])
human_value['text'] = "{}/{}, {}% used".format(
format_byte_size_binary(value['used']),
format_byte_size_binary(value['total']),
value['percent'])
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state, human_value=human_value)
def search_info():
import rhodecode
from rhodecode.lib.index import searcher_from_config
backend = rhodecode.CONFIG.get('search.module', '')
location = rhodecode.CONFIG.get('search.location', '')
try:
searcher = searcher_from_config(rhodecode.CONFIG)
searcher = searcher.__class__.__name__
except Exception:
searcher = None
value = dict(
backend=backend, searcher=searcher, location=location, text='')
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
human_value = value.copy()
human_value['text'] = "backend:`{}`".format(human_value['backend'])
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state, human_value=human_value)
def git_info():
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.backends import git
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
value = human_value = ''
try:
value = git.discover_git_version(raise_on_exc=True)
human_value = 'version reported from VCSServer: {}'.format(value)
except Exception as e:
state = {'message': str(e), 'type': STATE_ERR}
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state, human_value=human_value)
def hg_info():
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.backends import hg
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
value = human_value = ''
try:
value = hg.discover_hg_version(raise_on_exc=True)
human_value = 'version reported from VCSServer: {}'.format(value)
except Exception as e:
state = {'message': str(e), 'type': STATE_ERR}
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state, human_value=human_value)
def svn_info():
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.backends import svn
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
value = human_value = ''
try:
value = svn.discover_svn_version(raise_on_exc=True)
human_value = 'version reported from VCSServer: {}'.format(value)
except Exception as e:
state = {'message': str(e), 'type': STATE_ERR}
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state, human_value=human_value)
def vcs_backends():
import rhodecode
value = rhodecode.CONFIG.get('vcs.backends')
human_value = 'Enabled backends in order: {}'.format(','.join(value))
return SysInfoRes(value=value, human_value=human_value)
def vcs_server():
import rhodecode
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.backends import get_vcsserver_service_data
server_url = rhodecode.CONFIG.get('vcs.server')
enabled = rhodecode.CONFIG.get('vcs.server.enable')
protocol = rhodecode.CONFIG.get('vcs.server.protocol') or 'http'
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
version = None
workers = 0
try:
data = get_vcsserver_service_data()
if data and 'version' in data:
version = data['version']
if data and 'config' in data:
conf = data['config']
workers = conf.get('workers', 'NOT AVAILABLE')
connection = 'connected'
except Exception as e:
connection = 'failed'
state = {'message': str(e), 'type': STATE_ERR}
value = dict(
url=server_url,
enabled=enabled,
protocol=protocol,
connection=connection,
version=version,
text='',
)
human_value = value.copy()
human_value['text'] = \
'{url}@ver:{ver} via {mode} mode[workers:{workers}], connection:{conn}'.format(
url=server_url, ver=version, workers=workers, mode=protocol,
conn=connection)
return SysInfoRes(value=value, state=state, human_value=human_value)
def rhodecode_app_info():
import rhodecode
edition = rhodecode.CONFIG.get('rhodecode.edition')
value = dict(
rhodecode_version=rhodecode.__version__,
rhodecode_lib_path=os.path.abspath(rhodecode.__file__),
text=''
)
human_value = value.copy()
human_value['text'] = 'RhodeCode {edition}, version {ver}'.format(
edition=edition, ver=value['rhodecode_version']
)
return SysInfoRes(value=value, human_value=human_value)
def rhodecode_config():
import rhodecode
path = rhodecode.CONFIG.get('__file__')
rhodecode_ini_safe = rhodecode.CONFIG.copy()
cert_path = get_cert_path(path)
try:
config = configparser.ConfigParser()
config.read(path)
parsed_ini = config
if parsed_ini.has_section('server:main'):
parsed_ini = dict(parsed_ini.items('server:main'))
except Exception:
log.exception('Failed to read .ini file for display')
parsed_ini = {}
rhodecode_ini_safe['server:main'] = parsed_ini
blacklist = [
'rhodecode_license_key',
'routes.map',
'sqlalchemy.db1.url',
'channelstream.secret',
'beaker.session.secret',
'rhodecode.encrypted_values.secret',
'rhodecode_auth_github_consumer_key',
'rhodecode_auth_github_consumer_secret',
'rhodecode_auth_google_consumer_key',
'rhodecode_auth_google_consumer_secret',
'rhodecode_auth_bitbucket_consumer_secret',
'rhodecode_auth_bitbucket_consumer_key',
'rhodecode_auth_twitter_consumer_secret',
'rhodecode_auth_twitter_consumer_key',
'rhodecode_auth_twitter_secret',
'rhodecode_auth_github_secret',
'rhodecode_auth_google_secret',
'rhodecode_auth_bitbucket_secret',
'appenlight.api_key',
('app_conf', 'sqlalchemy.db1.url')
]
for k in blacklist:
if isinstance(k, tuple):
section, key = k
if section in rhodecode_ini_safe:
rhodecode_ini_safe[section] = '**OBFUSCATED**'
else:
rhodecode_ini_safe.pop(k, None)
# TODO: maybe put some CONFIG checks here ?
return SysInfoRes(value={'config': rhodecode_ini_safe,
'path': path, 'cert_path': cert_path})
def database_info():
import rhodecode
from sqlalchemy.engine import url as engine_url
from rhodecode.model.meta import Base as sql_base, Session
from rhodecode.model.db import DbMigrateVersion
state = STATE_OK_DEFAULT
db_migrate = DbMigrateVersion.query().filter(
DbMigrateVersion.repository_id == 'rhodecode_db_migrations').one()
db_url_obj = engine_url.make_url(rhodecode.CONFIG['sqlalchemy.db1.url'])
try:
engine = sql_base.metadata.bind
db_server_info = engine.dialect._get_server_version_info(
Session.connection(bind=engine))
db_version = '.'.join(map(str, db_server_info))
except Exception:
log.exception('failed to fetch db version')
db_version = 'UNKNOWN'
db_info = dict(
migrate_version=db_migrate.version,
type=db_url_obj.get_backend_name(),
version=db_version,
url=repr(db_url_obj)
)
current_version = db_migrate.version
expected_version = rhodecode.__dbversion__
if state['type'] == STATE_OK and current_version != expected_version:
msg = 'Critical: database schema mismatch, ' \
'expected version {}, got {}. ' \
'Please run migrations on your database.'.format(
expected_version, current_version)
state = {'message': msg, 'type': STATE_ERR}
human_value = db_info.copy()
human_value['url'] = "{} @ migration version: {}".format(
db_info['url'], db_info['migrate_version'])
human_value['version'] = "{} {}".format(db_info['type'], db_info['version'])
return SysInfoRes(value=db_info, state=state, human_value=human_value)
def server_info(environ):
import rhodecode
from rhodecode.lib.base import get_server_ip_addr, get_server_port
value = {
'server_ip': '%s:%s' % (
get_server_ip_addr(environ, log_errors=False),
get_server_port(environ)
),
'server_id': rhodecode.CONFIG.get('instance_id'),
}
return SysInfoRes(value=value)
def usage_info():
from rhodecode.model.db import User, Repository
value = {
'users': User.query().count(),
'users_active': User.query().filter(User.active == True).count(),
'repositories': Repository.query().count(),
'repository_types': {
'hg': Repository.query().filter(
Repository.repo_type == 'hg').count(),
'git': Repository.query().filter(
Repository.repo_type == 'git').count(),
'svn': Repository.query().filter(
Repository.repo_type == 'svn').count(),
},
}
return SysInfoRes(value=value)
def get_system_info(environ):
environ = environ or {}
return {
'rhodecode_app': SysInfo(rhodecode_app_info)(),
'rhodecode_config': SysInfo(rhodecode_config)(),
'rhodecode_usage': SysInfo(usage_info)(),
'python': SysInfo(python_info)(),
'py_modules': SysInfo(py_modules)(),
'platform': SysInfo(platform_type)(),
'locale': SysInfo(locale_info)(),
'server': SysInfo(server_info, environ=environ)(),
'database': SysInfo(database_info)(),
'ulimit': SysInfo(ulimit_info)(),
'storage': SysInfo(storage)(),
'storage_inodes': SysInfo(storage_inodes)(),
'storage_archive': SysInfo(storage_archives)(),
'storage_gist': SysInfo(storage_gist)(),
'storage_temp': SysInfo(storage_temp)(),
'search': SysInfo(search_info)(),
'uptime': SysInfo(uptime)(),
'load': SysInfo(machine_load)(),
'cpu': SysInfo(cpu)(),
'memory': SysInfo(memory)(),
'vcs_backends': SysInfo(vcs_backends)(),
'vcs_server': SysInfo(vcs_server)(),
'git': SysInfo(git_info)(),
'hg': SysInfo(hg_info)(),
'svn': SysInfo(svn_info)(),
}