Source code for kiwi.mount_manager

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import os
import time
import logging
from textwrap import dedent
from typing import (
    List, Dict

# project
from kiwi.path import Path
from kiwi.utils.temporary import Temporary
from kiwi.command import Command
from kiwi.exceptions import KiwiCommandError, KiwiUmountBusyError

log = logging.getLogger('kiwi')

[docs] class MountManager: """ **Implements methods for mounting, umounting and mount checking** The caller is responsible for unmounting the device if the MountManager is used as is. The class also supports to be used as a context manager, where the device is unmounted once the context manager's with block is left * :param string device: device node name * :param string mountpoint: mountpoint directory name * :param dict attributes: optional attributes to store """ def __init__( self, device: str, mountpoint: str = '', attributes: Dict[str, str] = {} ): self.device = device self.attributes = attributes if not mountpoint: self.mountpoint_tempdir = Temporary( prefix='kiwi_mount_manager.' ).new_dir() self.mountpoint = else: Path.create(mountpoint) self.mountpoint = mountpoint def __enter__(self) -> "MountManager": return self def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_value, traceback) -> None: self.umount()
[docs] def get_attributes(self) -> Dict[str, str]: """ Return attributes dict for this mount manager """ return self.attributes
[docs] def bind_mount(self) -> None: """ Bind mount the device to the mountpoint """ if self.device and not self.is_mounted(): ['mount', '-n', '--bind', self.device, self.mountpoint] )
[docs] def overlay_mount(self, lower: str) -> None: self.device = 'overlay' self.lower = lower self.upper = f'{self.mountpoint}_cow' = f'{self.mountpoint}_work' Path.create(self.upper) Path.create( if not self.is_mounted(): [ 'mount', '-t', 'overlay', self.device, self.mountpoint, '-o', 'lowerdir={0},upperdir={1},workdir={2}'.format( lower, self.upper, ) ] )
[docs] def tmpfs_mount(self) -> None: """ tmpfs mount the device to the mountpoint """ if not self.is_mounted(): ['mount', '-t', 'tmpfs', 'tmpfs', self.mountpoint] )
[docs] def mount(self, options: List[str] = []) -> None: """ Standard mount the device to the mountpoint :param list options: mount options """ if self.device and not self.is_mounted(): option_list = [] if options: option_list = ['-o'] + options ['mount'] + option_list + [self.device, self.mountpoint] )
[docs] def umount_lazy(self) -> None: """ Umount by the mountpoint directory in lazy mode Release the mount in any case, however the time when the mounted resource is released by the kernel depends on when the resource enters the non busy state """ if self.is_mounted():['umount', '-l', self.mountpoint])
[docs] def umount(self, raise_on_busy: bool = True) -> bool: """ Umount by the mountpoint directory Wait up to 10sec trying to umount. If the resource stays busy the call will raise an exception unless raise_on_busy is set to False. In case the umount failed and raise_on_busy is set to False, the method returns False to indicate the error condition. :return: True or False :rtype: bool """ if self.is_mounted(): umounted_successfully = False for busy in range(0, 5): try:['umount', self.mountpoint]) umounted_successfully = True break except KiwiCommandError as err: log.warning( f'{busy} umount of {self.mountpoint} failed with: {err}' ) time.sleep(1) if not umounted_successfully: try:['umount', '--lazy', self.mountpoint]) umounted_successfully = True except KiwiCommandError as err: log.error( f'umount of {self.mountpoint} failed with: {err}' ) if not umounted_successfully: if raise_on_busy: lsof = Path.which('lsof', access_mode=os.X_OK) if lsof: open_files = [lsof, '+c', '0', self.mountpoint], raise_on_error=False ) open_files_info = 'Open files status:{0}{1}'.format( os.linesep, open_files.output ) else: open_files_info = 'For further details install: lsof' message = dedent('''\n Failed to umount: {0}. Your build host system is in an inconsistent state. The cleanup of the created resource was not possible because it is still busy. This resource and all nested resources stays active on your host and needs a manual cleanup. Please do not use the intermediate state of the image files created so far. There is no guarantee that the produced results are valid. {1} ''') raise KiwiUmountBusyError( message.format(self.mountpoint, open_files_info) ) else: log.warning( '{0} still busy at {1}'.format( self.mountpoint, type(self).__name__ ) ) # skip removing the mountpoint directory return False return True
[docs] def is_mounted(self) -> bool: """ Check if mounted :return: True or False :rtype: bool """ mountpoint_call = command=['mountpoint', '-q', self.mountpoint], raise_on_error=False ) return mountpoint_call.returncode == 0