Testing OpenStack upgrades
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# Copyright (c) 2019 Red Hat, Inc.
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from __future__ import absolute_import
from tobiko.podman import _exception
from tobiko.shell import sh
def discover_podman_socket(ssh_client=None, **execute_params):
cmd = "systemctl list-sockets | grep podman | awk '{print $1}'"
result = sh.execute(cmd, stdin=False, stdout=True, stderr=True,
expect_exit_status=None, ssh_client=ssh_client,
if result.exit_status or not result.stdout:
raise _exception.PodmanSocketNotFoundError(details=result.stderr)
socket = result.stdout.splitlines()[0]
except IndexError as ex:
podman_error = _exception.PodmanSocketNotFoundError(
raise podman_error from ex
if '0 sockets listed' in socket:
raise _exception.PodmanSocketNotFoundError(details=socket)
return socket
def is_podman_running(ssh_client=None, **execute_params):
discover_podman_socket(ssh_client=ssh_client, **execute_params)
except _exception.PodmanSocketNotFoundError:
return False
return True