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Rabbit MQ admin tool
#!/usr/bin/env python
# The contents of this file are subject to the Mozilla Public License
# Version 1.1 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in
# compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at
# http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/
#
# Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS"
# basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
# License for the specific language governing rights and limitations
# under the License.
#
# The Original Code is RabbitMQ Management Plugin.
#
# The Initial Developer of the Original Code is GoPivotal, Inc.
# Copyright (c) 2007-2016 Pivotal Software, Inc. All rights reserved.
import sys
if sys.version_info[0] < 2 or (sys.version_info[0] == 2 and sys.version_info[1] < 6):
print("Sorry, rabbitmqadmin requires at least Python 2.6 (2.7.9 when HTTPS is enabled).")
sys.exit(1)
from optparse import OptionParser, TitledHelpFormatter
import urllib
import base64
import json
import os
import socket
import ssl
import traceback
if sys.version_info[0] == 2:
from ConfigParser import ConfigParser, NoSectionError
import httplib
import urlparse
from urllib import quote_plus
def b64(s):
return base64.b64encode(s)
else:
from configparser import ConfigParser, NoSectionError
import http.client as httplib
import urllib.parse as urlparse
from urllib.parse import quote_plus
def b64(s):
return base64.b64encode(s.encode('utf-8')).decode('utf-8')
VERSION = '3.6.5'
LISTABLE = {'connections': {'vhost': False, 'cols': ['name','user','channels']},
'channels': {'vhost': False, 'cols': ['name', 'user']},
'consumers': {'vhost': True},
'exchanges': {'vhost': True, 'cols': ['name', 'type']},
'queues': {'vhost': True, 'cols': ['name', 'messages']},
'bindings': {'vhost': True, 'cols': ['source', 'destination',
'routing_key']},
'users': {'vhost': False},
'vhosts': {'vhost': False, 'cols': ['name', 'messages']},
'permissions': {'vhost': False},
'nodes': {'vhost': False, 'cols': ['name','type','mem_used']},
'parameters': {'vhost': False, 'json': ['value']},
'policies': {'vhost': False, 'json': ['definition']}}
SHOWABLE = {'overview': {'vhost': False, 'cols': ['rabbitmq_version',
'cluster_name',
'queue_totals.messages',
'object_totals.queues']}}
PROMOTE_COLUMNS = ['vhost', 'name', 'type',
'source', 'destination', 'destination_type', 'routing_key']
URIS = {
'exchange': '/exchanges/{vhost}/{name}',
'queue': '/queues/{vhost}/{name}',
'binding': '/bindings/{vhost}/e/{source}/{destination_char}/{destination}',
'binding_del':'/bindings/{vhost}/e/{source}/{destination_char}/{destination}/{properties_key}',
'vhost': '/vhosts/{name}',
'user': '/users/{name}',
'permission': '/permissions/{vhost}/{user}',
'parameter': '/parameters/{component}/{vhost}/{name}',
'policy': '/policies/{vhost}/{name}'
}
DECLARABLE = {
'exchange': {'mandatory': ['name', 'type'],
'json': ['arguments'],
'optional': {'auto_delete': 'false', 'durable': 'true',
'internal': 'false', 'arguments': {}}},
'queue': {'mandatory': ['name'],
'json': ['arguments'],
'optional': {'auto_delete': 'false', 'durable': 'true',
'arguments': {}, 'node': None}},
'binding': {'mandatory': ['source', 'destination'],
'json': ['arguments'],
'optional': {'destination_type': 'queue',
'routing_key': '', 'arguments': {}}},
'vhost': {'mandatory': ['name'],
'optional': {'tracing': None}},
'user': {'mandatory': ['name', 'password', 'tags'],
'optional': {}},
'permission': {'mandatory': ['vhost', 'user', 'configure', 'write', 'read'],
'optional': {}},
'parameter': {'mandatory': ['component', 'name', 'value'],
'json': ['value'],
'optional': {}},
# Priority is 'json' to convert to int
'policy': {'mandatory': ['name', 'pattern', 'definition'],
'json': ['definition', 'priority'],
'optional': {'priority' : 0, 'apply-to': None}}
}
DELETABLE = {
'exchange': {'mandatory': ['name']},
'queue': {'mandatory': ['name']},
'binding': {'mandatory': ['source', 'destination_type', 'destination',
'properties_key']},
'vhost': {'mandatory': ['name']},
'user': {'mandatory': ['name']},
'permission': {'mandatory': ['vhost', 'user']},
'parameter': {'mandatory': ['component', 'name']},
'policy': {'mandatory': ['name']}
}
CLOSABLE = {
'connection': {'mandatory': ['name'],
'optional': {},
'uri': '/connections/{name}'}
}
PURGABLE = {
'queue': {'mandatory': ['name'],
'optional': {},
'uri': '/queues/{vhost}/{name}/contents'}
}
EXTRA_VERBS = {
'publish': {'mandatory': ['routing_key'],
'optional': {'payload': None,
'properties': {},
'exchange': 'amq.default',
'payload_encoding': 'string'},
'json': ['properties'],
'uri': '/exchanges/{vhost}/{exchange}/publish'},
'get': {'mandatory': ['queue'],
'optional': {'count': '1', 'requeue': 'true',
'payload_file': None, 'encoding': 'auto'},
'uri': '/queues/{vhost}/{queue}/get'}
}
for k in DECLARABLE:
DECLARABLE[k]['uri'] = URIS[k]
for k in DELETABLE:
DELETABLE[k]['uri'] = URIS[k]
DELETABLE[k]['optional'] = {}
DELETABLE['binding']['uri'] = URIS['binding_del']
def short_usage():
return "rabbitmqadmin [options] subcommand"
def title(name):
return "\n%s\n%s\n\n" % (name, '=' * len(name))
def subcommands_usage():
usage = """Usage
=====
""" + short_usage() + """
where subcommand is one of:
""" + title("Display")
for l in LISTABLE:
usage += " list {0} [<column>...]\n".format(l)
for s in SHOWABLE:
usage += " show {0} [<column>...]\n".format(s)
usage += title("Object Manipulation")
usage += fmt_usage_stanza(DECLARABLE, 'declare')
usage += fmt_usage_stanza(DELETABLE, 'delete')
usage += fmt_usage_stanza(CLOSABLE, 'close')
usage += fmt_usage_stanza(PURGABLE, 'purge')
usage += title("Broker Definitions")
usage += """ export <file>
import <file>
"""
usage += title("Publishing and Consuming")
usage += fmt_usage_stanza(EXTRA_VERBS, '')
usage += """
* If payload is not specified on publish, standard input is used
* If payload_file is not specified on get, the payload will be shown on
standard output along with the message metadata
* If payload_file is specified on get, count must not be set
"""
return usage
def config_usage():
usage = "Usage\n=====\n" + short_usage()
usage += "\n" + title("Configuration File")
usage += """ It is possible to specify a configuration file from the command line.
Hosts can be configured easily in a configuration file and called
from the command line.
"""
usage += title("Example")
usage += """ # rabbitmqadmin.conf.example START
[host_normal]
hostname = localhost
port = 15672
username = guest
password = guest
declare_vhost = / # Used as default for declare / delete only
vhost = / # Used as default for declare / delete / list
[host_ssl]
hostname = otherhost
port = 15672
username = guest
password = guest
ssl = True
ssl_key_file = /path/to/key.pem
ssl_cert_file = /path/to/cert.pem
# rabbitmqadmin.conf.example END
"""
usage += title("Use")
usage += """ rabbitmqadmin -c rabbitmqadmin.conf.example -N host_normal ..."""
return usage
def more_help():
return """
More Help
=========
For more help use the help subcommand:
rabbitmqadmin help subcommands # For a list of available subcommands
rabbitmqadmin help config # For help with the configuration file
"""
def fmt_usage_stanza(root, verb):
def fmt_args(args):
res = " ".join(["{0}=...".format(a) for a in args['mandatory']])
opts = " ".join("{0}=...".format(o) for o in args['optional'].keys())
if opts != "":
res += " [{0}]".format(opts)
return res
text = ""
if verb != "":
verb = " " + verb
for k in root.keys():
text += " {0} {1} {2}\n".format(verb, k, fmt_args(root[k]))
return text
default_options = { "hostname" : "localhost",
"port" : "15672",
"path_prefix" : "",
"declare_vhost" : "/",
"username" : "guest",
"password" : "guest",
"ssl" : False,
"verbose" : True,
"format" : "table",
"depth" : 1,
"bash_completion" : False }
class MyFormatter(TitledHelpFormatter):
def format_epilog(self, epilog):
return epilog
parser = OptionParser(usage=short_usage(),
formatter=MyFormatter(),
epilog=more_help())
def make_parser():
def add(*args, **kwargs):
key = kwargs['dest']
if key in default_options:
default = " [default: %s]" % default_options[key]
kwargs['help'] = kwargs['help'] + default
parser.add_option(*args, **kwargs)
add("-c", "--config", dest="config",
help="configuration file [default: ~/.rabbitmqadmin.conf]",
metavar="CONFIG")
add("-N", "--node", dest="node",
help="node described in the configuration file [default: 'default'" + \
" only if configuration file is specified]",
metavar="NODE")
add("-H", "--host", dest="hostname",
help="connect to host HOST" ,
metavar="HOST")
add("-P", "--port", dest="port",
help="connect to port PORT",
metavar="PORT")
add("--path-prefix", dest="path_prefix",
help="use specific URI path prefix for the RabbitMQ HTTP API (default: blank string)")
add("-V", "--vhost", dest="vhost",
help="connect to vhost VHOST [default: all vhosts for list, '/' for declare]",
metavar="VHOST")
add("-u", "--username", dest="username",
help="connect using username USERNAME",
metavar="USERNAME")
add("-p", "--password", dest="password",
help="connect using password PASSWORD",
metavar="PASSWORD")
add("-q", "--quiet", action="store_false", dest="verbose",
help="suppress status messages")
add("-s", "--ssl", action="store_true", dest="ssl",
help="connect with ssl")
add("--ssl-key-file", dest="ssl_key_file",
help="PEM format key file for SSL")
add("--ssl-cert-file", dest="ssl_cert_file",
help="PEM format certificate file for SSL")
add("--ssl-ca-cert-file", dest="ssl_ca_cert_file",
help="PEM format CA certificate file for SSL")
add("--ssl-disable-hostname-verification", dest="ssl_disable_hostname_verification",
help="Disables peer hostname verification", default=False, action="store_true" )
add("-f", "--format", dest="format",
help="format for listing commands - one of [" + ", ".join(FORMATS.keys()) + "]")
add("-S", "--sort", dest="sort", help="sort key for listing queries")
add("-R", "--sort-reverse", action="store_true", dest="sort_reverse",
help="reverse the sort order")
add("-d", "--depth", dest="depth",
help="maximum depth to recurse for listing tables")
add("--bash-completion", action="store_true",
dest="bash_completion",
help="Print bash completion script")
add("--version", action="store_true",
dest="version",
help="Display version and exit")
def default_config():
home = os.getenv('USERPROFILE') or os.getenv('HOME')
if home is not None:
config_file = home + os.sep + ".rabbitmqadmin.conf"
if os.path.isfile(config_file):
return config_file
return None
def make_configuration():
make_parser()
(options, args) = parser.parse_args()
setattr(options, "declare_vhost", None)
if options.version:
print_version()
if options.config is None:
config_file = default_config()
if config_file is not None:
setattr(options, "config", config_file)
else:
if not os.path.isfile(options.config):
assert_usage(False,
"Could not read config file '%s'" % options.config)
if options.node is None and options.config:
options.node = "default"
else:
options.node = options.node
for (key, val) in default_options.items():
if getattr(options, key) is None:
setattr(options, key, val)
if options.config is not None:
config = ConfigParser()
try:
config.read(options.config)
new_conf = dict(config.items(options.node))
except NoSectionError as error:
if options.node == "default":
pass
else:
assert_usage(False, ("Could not read section '%s' in config file" +
" '%s':\n %s") %
(options.node, options.config, error))
else:
for key, val in new_conf.items():
if key == 'ssl':
setattr(options, key, val == "True")
else:
setattr(options, key, val)
return (options, args)
def assert_usage(expr, error):
if not expr:
output("\nERROR: {0}\n".format(error))
output("{0} --help for help\n".format(os.path.basename(sys.argv[0])))
sys.exit(1)
def print_version():
output("rabbitmqadmin {0}".format(VERSION))
sys.exit(0)
def column_sort_key(col):
if col in PROMOTE_COLUMNS:
return (1, PROMOTE_COLUMNS.index(col))
else:
return (2, col)
def main():
(options, args) = make_configuration()
if options.bash_completion:
print_bash_completion()
exit(0)
assert_usage(len(args) > 0, 'Action not specified')
mgmt = Management(options, args[1:])
mode = "invoke_" + args[0]
assert_usage(hasattr(mgmt, mode),
'Action {0} not understood'.format(args[0]))
method = getattr(mgmt, "invoke_%s" % args[0])
method()
def output(s):
print(maybe_utf8(s, sys.stdout))
def die(s):
sys.stderr.write(maybe_utf8("*** {0}\n".format(s), sys.stderr))
exit(1)
def maybe_utf8(s, stream):
if sys.version_info[0] == 3 or stream.isatty():
# It will have an encoding, which Python will respect
return s
else:
# It won't have an encoding, and Python will pick ASCII by default
return s.encode('utf-8')
class Management:
def __init__(self, options, args):
self.options = options
self.args = args
def get(self, path):
return self.http("GET", "%s/api%s" % (self.options.path_prefix, path), "")
def put(self, path, body):
return self.http("PUT", "%s/api%s" % (self.options.path_prefix, path), body)
def post(self, path, body):
return self.http("POST", "%s/api%s" % (self.options.path_prefix, path), body)
def delete(self, path):
return self.http("DELETE", "%s/api%s" % (self.options.path_prefix, path), "")
def __initialize_https_connection(self, hostname, port):
# Python 2.7.9+
if hasattr(ssl, 'create_default_context'):
return httplib.HTTPSConnection(hostname, port,
context = self.__initialize_tls_context())
# Python < 2.7.8, note: those versions still have SSLv3 enabled
# and other limitations. See rabbitmq/rabbitmq-management#225
else:
print("Warning: rabbitmqadmin requires Python 2.7.9+ when HTTPS is used.")
return httplib.HTTPSConnection(hostname, port,
cert_file = self.options.ssl_cert_file,
key_file = self.options.ssl_key_file)
def __initialize_tls_context(self):
# Python 2.7.9+ only
ssl_ctx = ssl.create_default_context(ssl.Purpose.CLIENT_AUTH)
ssl_ctx.options &= ~ssl.OP_NO_SSLv3
ssl_ctx.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_REQUIRED
ssl_ctx.check_hostname = not self.options.ssl_disable_hostname_verification
ssl_ctx.load_cert_chain(self.options.ssl_cert_file,
self.options.ssl_key_file)
if self.options.ssl_ca_cert_file:
ssl_ctx.load_verify_locations(self.options.ssl_ca_cert_file)
return ssl_ctx
def http(self, method, path, body):
if self.options.ssl:
conn = self.__initialize_https_connection(self.options.hostname,
self.options.port)
else:
conn = httplib.HTTPConnection(self.options.hostname,
self.options.port)
auth = (self.options.username + ":" + self.options.password)
headers = {"Authorization": "Basic " + b64(auth)}
if body != "":
headers["Content-Type"] = "application/json"
try:
conn.request(method, path, body, headers)
except socket.error as e:
traceback.print_exc(e)
die("Could not connect: {0}".format(e))
resp = conn.getresponse()
if resp.status == 400:
die(json.loads(resp.read())['reason'])
if resp.status == 401:
die("Access refused: {0}".format(path))
if resp.status == 404:
die("Not found: {0}".format(path))
if resp.status == 301:
url = urlparse.urlparse(resp.getheader('location'))
[host, port] = url.netloc.split(':')
self.options.hostname = host
self.options.port = int(port)
return self.http(method, url.path + '?' + url.query, body)
if resp.status < 200 or resp.status > 400:
raise Exception("Received %d %s for path %s\n%s"
% (resp.status, resp.reason, path, resp.read()))
return resp.read().decode('utf-8')
def verbose(self, string):
if self.options.verbose:
output(string)
def get_arg(self):
assert_usage(len(self.args) == 1, 'Exactly one argument required')
return self.args[0]
def use_cols(self):
# Deliberately do not cast to int here; we only care about the
# default, not explicit setting.
return self.options.depth == 1 and not 'json' in self.options.format
def invoke_help(self):
if len(self.args) == 0:
parser.print_help()
else:
help_cmd = self.get_arg()
if help_cmd == 'subcommands':
usage = subcommands_usage()
elif help_cmd == 'config':
usage = config_usage()
else:
assert_usage(False, """help topic must be one of:
subcommands
config""")
print(usage)
exit(0)
def invoke_publish(self):
(uri, upload) = self.parse_args(self.args, EXTRA_VERBS['publish'])
if not 'payload' in upload:
data = sys.stdin.read()
upload['payload'] = b64(data)
upload['payload_encoding'] = 'base64'
resp = json.loads(self.post(uri, json.dumps(upload)))
if resp['routed']:
self.verbose("Message published")
else:
self.verbose("Message published but NOT routed")
def invoke_get(self):
(uri, upload) = self.parse_args(self.args, EXTRA_VERBS['get'])
payload_file = 'payload_file' in upload and upload['payload_file'] or None
assert_usage(not payload_file or upload['count'] == '1',
'Cannot get multiple messages using payload_file')
result = self.post(uri, json.dumps(upload))
if payload_file:
write_payload_file(payload_file, result)
columns = ['routing_key', 'exchange', 'message_count',
'payload_bytes', 'redelivered']
format_list(result, columns, {}, self.options)
else:
format_list(result, [], {}, self.options)
def invoke_export(self):
path = self.get_arg()
uri = "/definitions"
if self.options.vhost:
uri += "/%s" % quote_plus(self.options.vhost)
definitions = self.get(uri)
f = open(path, 'w')
f.write(definitions)
f.close()
self.verbose("Exported definitions for %s to \"%s\""
% (self.options.hostname, path))
def invoke_import(self):
path = self.get_arg()
f = open(path, 'r')
definitions = f.read()
f.close()
uri = "/definitions"
if self.options.vhost:
uri += "/%s" % quote_plus(self.options.vhost)
self.post(uri, definitions)
self.verbose("Imported definitions for %s from \"%s\""
% (self.options.hostname, path))
def invoke_list(self):
(uri, obj_info, cols) = self.list_show_uri(LISTABLE, 'list')
format_list(self.get(uri), cols, obj_info, self.options)
def invoke_show(self):
(uri, obj_info, cols) = self.list_show_uri(SHOWABLE, 'show')
format_list('[{0}]'.format(self.get(uri)), cols, obj_info, self.options)
def list_show_uri(self, obj_types, verb):
obj_type = self.args[0]
assert_usage(obj_type in obj_types,
"Don't know how to {0} {1}".format(verb, obj_type))
obj_info = obj_types[obj_type]
uri = "/%s" % obj_type
query = []
if obj_info['vhost'] and self.options.vhost:
uri += "/%s" % quote_plus(self.options.vhost)
cols = self.args[1:]
if cols == [] and 'cols' in obj_info and self.use_cols():
cols = obj_info['cols']
if cols != []:
query.append("columns=" + ",".join(cols))
sort = self.options.sort
if sort:
query.append("sort=" + sort)
if self.options.sort_reverse:
query.append("sort_reverse=true")
query = "&".join(query)
if query != "":
uri += "?" + query
return (uri, obj_info, cols)
def invoke_declare(self):
(obj_type, uri, upload) = self.declare_delete_parse(DECLARABLE)
if obj_type == 'binding':
self.post(uri, json.dumps(upload))
else:
self.put(uri, json.dumps(upload))
self.verbose("{0} declared".format(obj_type))
def invoke_delete(self):
(obj_type, uri, upload) = self.declare_delete_parse(DELETABLE)
self.delete(uri)
self.verbose("{0} deleted".format(obj_type))
def invoke_close(self):
(obj_type, uri, upload) = self.declare_delete_parse(CLOSABLE)
self.delete(uri)
self.verbose("{0} closed".format(obj_type))
def invoke_purge(self):
(obj_type, uri, upload) = self.declare_delete_parse(PURGABLE)
self.delete(uri)
self.verbose("{0} purged".format(obj_type))
def declare_delete_parse(self, root):
assert_usage(len(self.args) > 0, 'Type not specified')
obj_type = self.args[0]
assert_usage(obj_type in root,
'Type {0} not recognised'.format(obj_type))
obj = root[obj_type]
(uri, upload) = self.parse_args(self.args[1:], obj)
return (obj_type, uri, upload)
def parse_args(self, args, obj):
mandatory = obj['mandatory']
optional = obj['optional']
uri_template = obj['uri']
upload = {}
for k in optional.keys():
if optional[k] is not None:
upload[k] = optional[k]
for arg in args:
assert_usage("=" in arg,
'Argument "{0}" not in format name=value'.format(arg))
(name, value) = arg.split("=", 1)
assert_usage(name in mandatory or name in optional.keys(),
'Argument "{0}" not recognised'.format(name))
if 'json' in obj and name in obj['json']:
upload[name] = self.parse_json(value)
else:
upload[name] = value
for m in mandatory:
assert_usage(m in upload.keys(),
'mandatory argument "{0}" required'.format(m))
if 'vhost' not in mandatory:
upload['vhost'] = self.options.vhost or self.options.declare_vhost
uri_args = {}
for k in upload:
v = upload[k]
if v and isinstance(v, (str, bytes)):
uri_args[k] = quote_plus(v)
if k == 'destination_type':
uri_args['destination_char'] = v[0]
uri = uri_template.format(**uri_args)
return (uri, upload)
def parse_json(self, text):
try:
return json.loads(text)
except ValueError:
print("Could not parse JSON:\n {0}".format(text))
sys.exit(1)
def format_list(json_list, columns, args, options):
format = options.format
formatter = None
if format == "raw_json":
output(json_list)
return
elif format == "pretty_json":
enc = json.JSONEncoder(False, False, True, True, True, 2)
output(enc.encode(json.loads(json_list)))
return
else:
formatter = FORMATS[format]
assert_usage(formatter != None,
"Format {0} not recognised".format(format))
formatter_instance = formatter(columns, args, options)
formatter_instance.display(json_list)
class Lister:
def verbose(self, string):
if self.options.verbose:
output(string)
def display(self, json_list):
depth = sys.maxsize
if len(self.columns) == 0:
depth = int(self.options.depth)
(columns, table) = self.list_to_table(json.loads(json_list), depth)
if len(table) > 0:
self.display_list(columns, table)
else:
self.verbose("No items")
def list_to_table(self, items, max_depth):
columns = {}
column_ix = {}
row = None
table = []
def add(prefix, depth, item, fun):
for key in item:
column = prefix == '' and key or (prefix + '.' + key)
subitem = item[key]
if type(subitem) == dict:
if 'json' in self.obj_info and key in self.obj_info['json']:
fun(column, json.dumps(subitem))
else:
if depth < max_depth:
add(column, depth + 1, subitem, fun)
elif type(subitem) == list:
# The first branch has slave nodes in queues in
# mind (which come out looking decent); the second
# one has applications in nodes (which look less
# so, but what would look good?).
if [x for x in subitem if type(x) != str] == []:
serialised = " ".join(subitem)
else:
serialised = json.dumps(subitem)
fun(column, serialised)
else:
fun(column, subitem)
def add_to_columns(col, val):
columns[col] = True
def add_to_row(col, val):
if col in column_ix:
row[column_ix[col]] = str(val)
if len(self.columns) == 0:
for item in items:
add('', 1, item, add_to_columns)
columns = list(columns.keys())
columns.sort(key=column_sort_key)
else:
columns = self.columns
for i in range(0, len(columns)):
column_ix[columns[i]] = i
for item in items:
row = len(columns) * ['']
add('', 1, item, add_to_row)
table.append(row)
return (columns, table)
class TSVList(Lister):
def __init__(self, columns, obj_info, options):
self.columns = columns
self.obj_info = obj_info
self.options = options
def display_list(self, columns, table):
head = "\t".join(columns)
self.verbose(head)
for row in table:
line = "\t".join(row)
output(line)
class LongList(Lister):
def __init__(self, columns, obj_info, options):
self.columns = columns
self.obj_info = obj_info
self.options = options
def display_list(self, columns, table):
sep = "\n" + "-" * 80 + "\n"
max_width = 0
for col in columns:
max_width = max(max_width, len(col))
fmt = "{0:>" + str(max_width) + "}: {1}"
output(sep)
for i in range(0, len(table)):
for j in range(0, len(columns)):
output(fmt.format(columns[j], table[i][j]))
output(sep)
class TableList(Lister):
def __init__(self, columns, obj_info, options):
self.columns = columns
self.obj_info = obj_info
self.options = options
def display_list(self, columns, table):
total = [columns]
total.extend(table)
self.ascii_table(total)
def ascii_table(self, rows):
table = ""
col_widths = [0] * len(rows[0])
for i in range(0, len(rows[0])):
for j in range(0, len(rows)):
col_widths[i] = max(col_widths[i], len(rows[j][i]))
self.ascii_bar(col_widths)
self.ascii_row(col_widths, rows[0], "^")
self.ascii_bar(col_widths)
for row in rows[1:]:
self.ascii_row(col_widths, row, "<")
self.ascii_bar(col_widths)
def ascii_row(self, col_widths, row, align):
txt = "|"
for i in range(0, len(col_widths)):
fmt = " {0:" + align + str(col_widths[i]) + "} "
txt += fmt.format(row[i]) + "|"
output(txt)
def ascii_bar(self, col_widths):
txt = "+"
for w in col_widths:
txt += ("-" * (w + 2)) + "+"
output(txt)
class KeyValueList(Lister):
def __init__(self, columns, obj_info, options):
self.columns = columns
self.obj_info = obj_info
self.options = options
def display_list(self, columns, table):
for i in range(0, len(table)):
row = []
for j in range(0, len(columns)):
row.append("{0}=\"{1}\"".format(columns[j], table[i][j]))
output(" ".join(row))
# TODO handle spaces etc in completable names
class BashList(Lister):
def __init__(self, columns, obj_info, options):
self.columns = columns
self.obj_info = obj_info
self.options = options
def display_list(self, columns, table):
ix = None
for i in range(0, len(columns)):
if columns[i] == 'name':
ix = i
if ix is not None:
res = []
for row in table:
res.append(row[ix])
output(" ".join(res))
FORMATS = {
'raw_json' : None, # Special cased
'pretty_json' : None, # Ditto
'tsv' : TSVList,
'long' : LongList,
'table' : TableList,
'kvp' : KeyValueList,
'bash' : BashList
}
def write_payload_file(payload_file, json_list):
result = json.loads(json_list)[0]
payload = result['payload']
payload_encoding = result['payload_encoding']
f = open(payload_file, 'w')
if payload_encoding == 'base64':
data = base64.b64decode(payload)
else:
data = payload
f.write(data)
f.close()
def print_bash_completion():
script = """# This is a bash completion script for rabbitmqadmin.
# Redirect it to a file, then source it or copy it to /etc/bash_completion.d
# to get tab completion. rabbitmqadmin must be on your PATH for this to work.
_rabbitmqadmin()
{
local cur prev opts base
COMPREPLY=()
cur="${COMP_WORDS[COMP_CWORD]}"
prev="${COMP_WORDS[COMP_CWORD-1]}"
opts="list show declare delete close purge import export get publish help"
fargs="--help --host --port --vhost --username --password --format --depth --sort --sort-reverse"
case "${prev}" in
list)
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W '""" + " ".join(LISTABLE) + """' -- ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
show)
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W '""" + " ".join(SHOWABLE) + """' -- ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
declare)
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W '""" + " ".join(DECLARABLE.keys()) + """' -- ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
delete)
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W '""" + " ".join(DELETABLE.keys()) + """' -- ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
close)
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W '""" + " ".join(CLOSABLE.keys()) + """' -- ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
purge)
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W '""" + " ".join(PURGABLE.keys()) + """' -- ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
export)
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -f ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
import)
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -f ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
help)
opts="subcommands config"
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W "${opts}" -- ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
-H)
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -A hostname ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
--host)
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -A hostname ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
-V)
opts="$(rabbitmqadmin -q -f bash list vhosts)"
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W "${opts}" -- ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
--vhost)
opts="$(rabbitmqadmin -q -f bash list vhosts)"
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W "${opts}" -- ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
-u)
opts="$(rabbitmqadmin -q -f bash list users)"
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W "${opts}" -- ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
--username)
opts="$(rabbitmqadmin -q -f bash list users)"
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W "${opts}" -- ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
-f)
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W \"""" + " ".join(FORMATS.keys()) + """\" -- ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
--format)
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W \"""" + " ".join(FORMATS.keys()) + """\" -- ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
"""
for l in LISTABLE:
key = l[0:len(l) - 1]
script += " " + key + """)
opts="$(rabbitmqadmin -q -f bash list """ + l + """)"
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W "${opts}" -- ${cur}) )
return 0
;;
"""
script += """ *)
;;
esac
COMPREPLY=($(compgen -W "${opts} ${fargs}" -- ${cur}))
return 0
}
complete -F _rabbitmqadmin rabbitmqadmin
"""
output(script)
if __name__ == "__main__":
main()
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