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#!/usr/bin/env python
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import os
import yaml
from jinja2 import contextfunction
def debian_package_install(packages, clean_package_cache=True):
"""Jinja utility method for building debian-based package install command.
apt-get is not capable of installing .deb files from a URL and the
template logic to construct a series of steps to install regular packages
from apt repos as well as .deb files that need to be downloaded, manually
installed, and cleaned up is complicated. This method will construct the
proper string required to install all packages in a way that's a bit
easier to follow.
:param packages: a list of strings that are either packages to install
from an apt repo, or URLs to .deb files
:type packages: list
:returns: string suitable to provide to RUN command in a Dockerfile that
will install the given packages
:rtype: string
cmds = []
# divide the list into two groups, one for regular packages and one for
# URL packages
reg_packages, url_packages = [], []
for package in packages:
if package.startswith('http'):
# handle the apt-get install
if reg_packages:
cmds.append('apt-get update')
cmds.append('apt-get -y install --no-install-recommends {}'.format(
' '.join(reg_packages)
if clean_package_cache:
cmds.append('apt-get clean')
cmds.append('rm -rf /var/lib/apt/lists/*')
# handle URL packages
for url in url_packages:
# the path portion should be the file name
name = url[url.rfind('/') + 1:]
'curl --location {} -o {}'.format(url, name),
'dpkg -i {}'.format(name),
'rm -rf {}'.format(name),
# return the list of commands
return ' && '.join(cmds)
def handle_repos(context, reponames, mode):
"""NOTE(hrw): we need to handle CentOS, Debian and Ubuntu with one macro.
Repo names have to be simple names mapped to proper ones. So 'ceph' ==
'centos-ceph-nautilus' for CentOS, UCA for Ubuntu (enabled by default) and
something else for Debian.
Distro/arch are not required to have all entries - we ignore missing ones.
if mode == 'enable':
rpm_switch = '--enable'
elif mode == 'disable':
rpm_switch = '--disable'
raise KeyError
if not isinstance(reponames, list):
raise TypeError("First argument should be a list of repositories")
repofile = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__)) + '/repos.yaml'
with open(repofile, 'r') as repos_file:
repo_data = {}
for name, params in yaml.safe_load(repos_file).items():
repo_data[name] = params
base_package_type = context.get('base_package_type')
base_distro = context.get('base_distro')
base_arch = context.get('base_arch')
distro_package_manager = context.get('distro_package_manager')
# TODO(mgoddard): Remove this when CentOS 7 support is no longer present.
if base_distro == 'centos' and distro_package_manager == 'dnf':
base_distro = 'centos8'
commands = ''
repo_list = repo_data['%s-%s' % (base_distro, base_arch)]
except KeyError:
# NOTE(hrw): Fallback to distro list
repo_list = repo_data[base_distro]
for repo in reponames:
if base_package_type == 'rpm':
commands += ' %s %s' % (rpm_switch, repo_list[repo])
elif base_package_type == 'deb':
if mode == 'enable':
commands += 'echo "%s" ' % repo_list[repo]
commands += '>/etc/apt/sources.list.d/%s.list && ' % repo
except KeyError:
# NOTE(hrw): we ignore missing repositories for a given
# distro/arch
if base_package_type == 'rpm' and commands:
# NOTE(hrw): if commands is empty then no repos are enabled
# otherwise we need to add command to handle repositories
if distro_package_manager == 'yum':
commands = 'yum-config-manager %s' % commands
elif distro_package_manager == 'dnf':
# NOTE(hrw) dnf errors out if we enable unknown repo
commands = 'dnf config-manager %s || true' % commands
elif base_package_type == 'deb':
# NOTE(hrw): Debian commands end with '&&'
commands = commands[0:-4]
if commands:
commands = "RUN %s" % commands
return commands