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import os, time, socket, shutil, glob, logging, traceback, tempfile, re
import shlex
import subprocess
from multiprocessing import Lock
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import autotemp, error
from autotest_lib.server import utils, autotest
from autotest_lib.server.hosts import host_info
from autotest_lib.server.hosts import remote
from autotest_lib.server.hosts import rpc_server_tracker
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib.global_config import global_config
# pylint: disable=C0111
get_value = global_config.get_config_value
enable_master_ssh = get_value('AUTOSERV', 'enable_master_ssh', type=bool,
class AbstractSSHHost(remote.RemoteHost):
This class represents a generic implementation of most of the
framework necessary for controlling a host via ssh. It implements
almost all of the abstract Host methods, except for the core method.
def _initialize(self, hostname, user="root", port=22, password="",
is_client_install_supported=True, afe_host=None,
host_info_store=None, *args, **dargs):
super(AbstractSSHHost, self)._initialize(hostname=hostname,
*args, **dargs)
@param hostname: The hostname of the host.
@param user: The username to use when ssh'ing into the host.
@param password: The password to use when ssh'ing into the host.
@param port: The port to use for ssh.
@param is_client_install_supported: Boolean to indicate if we can
install autotest on the host.
@param afe_host: The host object attained from the AFE (get_hosts).
@param host_info_store: Optional host_info.CachingHostInfoStore object
to obtain / update host information.
# IP address is retrieved only on demand. Otherwise the host
# initialization will fail for host is not online.
self._ip = None
self.user = user
self.port = port
self.password = password
self._is_client_install_supported = is_client_install_supported
self._use_rsync = None
self.known_hosts_file = tempfile.mkstemp()[1]
self._rpc_server_tracker = rpc_server_tracker.RpcServerTracker(self);
Master SSH connection background job, socket temp directory and socket
control path option. If master-SSH is enabled, these fields will be
initialized by start_master_ssh when a new SSH connection is initiated.
self.master_ssh_job = None
self.master_ssh_tempdir = None
self.master_ssh_option = ''
# Create a Lock to protect against race conditions.
self._lock = Lock()
self._afe_host = afe_host or utils.EmptyAFEHost()
self.host_info_store = (host_info_store or
def ip(self):
"""@return IP address of the host.
if not self._ip:
self._ip = socket.getaddrinfo(self.hostname, None)[0][4][0]
return self._ip
def is_client_install_supported(self):
Returns True if the host supports autotest client installs, False
return self._is_client_install_supported
def rpc_server_tracker(self):
@return The RPC server tracker associated with this host.
return self._rpc_server_tracker
def make_ssh_command(self, user="root", port=22, opts='',
connect_timeout=30, alive_interval=300):
base_command = ("/usr/bin/ssh -a -x %s -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no "
"-o UserKnownHostsFile=%s -o BatchMode=yes "
"-o ConnectTimeout=%d -o ServerAliveInterval=%d "
"-l %s -p %d")
assert isinstance(connect_timeout, (int, long))
assert connect_timeout > 0 # can't disable the timeout
return base_command % (opts, hosts_file, connect_timeout,
alive_interval, user, port)
def use_rsync(self):
if self._use_rsync is not None:
return self._use_rsync
# Check if rsync is available on the remote host. If it's not,
# don't try to use it for any future file transfers.
self._use_rsync = self.check_rsync()
if not self._use_rsync:
logging.warning("rsync not available on remote host %s -- disabled",
return self._use_rsync
def check_rsync(self):
Check if rsync is available on the remote host.
try:"rsync --version", stdout_tee=None, stderr_tee=None)
except error.AutoservRunError:
return False
return True
def _encode_remote_paths(self, paths, escape=True, use_scp=False):
Given a list of file paths, encodes it as a single remote path, in
the style used by rsync and scp.
escape: add \\ to protect special characters.
use_scp: encode for scp if true, rsync if false.
if escape:
paths = [utils.scp_remote_escape(path) for path in paths]
remote = self.hostname
# rsync and scp require IPv6 brackets, even when there isn't any
# trailing port number (ssh doesn't support IPv6 brackets).
# In the Python >= 3.3 future, 'import ipaddress' will parse addresses.
if':.*:', remote):
remote = '[%s]' % remote
if use_scp:
return '%s@%s:"%s"' % (self.user, remote, " ".join(paths))
return '%s@%s:%s' % (
self.user, remote,
" :".join('"%s"' % p for p in paths))
def _encode_local_paths(self, paths, escape=True):
Given a list of file paths, encodes it as a single local path.
escape: add \\ to protect special characters.
if escape:
paths = [utils.sh_escape(path) for path in paths]
return " ".join('"%s"' % p for p in paths)
def _make_rsync_cmd(self, sources, dest, delete_dest,
preserve_symlinks, safe_symlinks):
Given a string of source paths and a destination path, produces the
appropriate rsync command for copying them. Remote paths must be
ssh_cmd = self.make_ssh_command(user=self.user, port=self.port,
if delete_dest:
delete_flag = "--delete"
delete_flag = ""
if safe_symlinks:
symlink_flag = "-l --safe-links"
elif preserve_symlinks:
symlink_flag = "-l"
symlink_flag = "-L"
command = ("rsync %s %s --timeout=1800 --rsh='%s' -az --no-o --no-g "
"%s \"%s\"")
return command % (symlink_flag, delete_flag, ssh_cmd, sources, dest)
def _make_ssh_cmd(self, cmd):
Create a base ssh command string for the host which can be used
to run commands directly on the machine
base_cmd = self.make_ssh_command(user=self.user, port=self.port,
return '%s %s "%s"' % (base_cmd, self.hostname, utils.sh_escape(cmd))
def _make_scp_cmd(self, sources, dest):
Given a string of source paths and a destination path, produces the
appropriate scp command for encoding it. Remote paths must be
command = ("scp -rq %s -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no "
"-o UserKnownHostsFile=%s -P %d %s '%s'")
return command % (self.master_ssh_option, self.known_hosts_file,
self.port, sources, dest)
def _make_rsync_compatible_globs(self, path, is_local):
Given an rsync-style path, returns a list of globbed paths
that will hopefully provide equivalent behaviour for scp. Does not
support the full range of rsync pattern matching behaviour, only that
exposed in the get/send_file interface (trailing slashes).
The is_local param is flag indicating if the paths should be
interpreted as local or remote paths.
# non-trailing slash paths should just work
if len(path) == 0 or path[-1] != "/":
return [path]
# make a function to test if a pattern matches any files
if is_local:
def glob_matches_files(path, pattern):
return len(glob.glob(path + pattern)) > 0
def glob_matches_files(path, pattern):
result ="ls \"%s\"%s" % (utils.sh_escape(path),
stdout_tee=None, ignore_status=True)
return result.exit_status == 0
# take a set of globs that cover all files, and see which are needed
patterns = ["*", ".[!.]*"]
patterns = [p for p in patterns if glob_matches_files(path, p)]
# convert them into a set of paths suitable for the commandline
if is_local:
return ["\"%s\"%s" % (utils.sh_escape(path), pattern)
for pattern in patterns]
return [utils.scp_remote_escape(path) + pattern
for pattern in patterns]
def _make_rsync_compatible_source(self, source, is_local):
Applies the same logic as _make_rsync_compatible_globs, but
applies it to an entire list of sources, producing a new list of
sources, properly quoted.
return sum((self._make_rsync_compatible_globs(path, is_local)
for path in source), [])
def _set_umask_perms(self, dest):
Given a destination file/dir (recursively) set the permissions on
all the files and directories to the max allowed by running umask.
# now this looks strange but I haven't found a way in Python to _just_
# get the umask, apparently the only option is to try to set it
umask = os.umask(0)
max_privs = 0777 & ~umask
def set_file_privs(filename):
"""Sets mode of |filename|. Assumes |filename| exists."""
file_stat = os.stat(filename)
file_privs = max_privs
# if the original file permissions do not have at least one
# executable bit then do not set it anywhere
if not file_stat.st_mode & 0111:
file_privs &= ~0111
os.chmod(filename, file_privs)
# try a bottom-up walk so changes on directory permissions won't cut
# our access to the files/directories inside it
for root, dirs, files in os.walk(dest, topdown=False):
# when setting the privileges we emulate the chmod "X" behaviour
# that sets to execute only if it is a directory or any of the
# owner/group/other already has execute right
for dirname in dirs:
os.chmod(os.path.join(root, dirname), max_privs)
# Filter out broken symlinks as we go.
for filename in filter(os.path.exists, files):
set_file_privs(os.path.join(root, filename))
# now set privs for the dest itself
if os.path.isdir(dest):
os.chmod(dest, max_privs)
def get_file(self, source, dest, delete_dest=False, preserve_perm=True,
preserve_symlinks=False, retry=True, safe_symlinks=False):
Copy files from the remote host to a local path.
Directories will be copied recursively.
If a source component is a directory with a trailing slash,
the content of the directory will be copied, otherwise, the
directory itself and its content will be copied. This
behavior is similar to that of the program 'rsync'.
source: either
1) a single file or directory, as a string
2) a list of one or more (possibly mixed)
files or directories
dest: a file or a directory (if source contains a
directory or more than one element, you must
supply a directory dest)
delete_dest: if this is true, the command will also clear
out any old files at dest that are not in the
preserve_perm: tells get_file() to try to preserve the sources
permissions on files and dirs
preserve_symlinks: try to preserve symlinks instead of
transforming them into files/dirs on copy
safe_symlinks: same as preserve_symlinks, but discard links
that may point outside the copied tree
AutoservRunError: the scp command failed
logging.debug('get_file. source: %s, dest: %s, delete_dest: %s,'
'preserve_perm: %s, preserve_symlinks:%s', source, dest,
delete_dest, preserve_perm, preserve_symlinks)
# Start a master SSH connection if necessary.
if isinstance(source, basestring):
source = [source]
dest = os.path.abspath(dest)
# If rsync is disabled or fails, try scp.
try_scp = True
if self.use_rsync():
logging.debug('Using Rsync.')
remote_source = self._encode_remote_paths(source)
local_dest = utils.sh_escape(dest)
rsync = self._make_rsync_cmd(remote_source, local_dest,
delete_dest, preserve_symlinks,
try_scp = False
except error.CmdError, e:
# retry on rsync exit values which may be caused by transient
# network problems:
# rc 10: Error in socket I/O
# rc 12: Error in rsync protocol data stream
# rc 23: Partial transfer due to error
# rc 255: Ssh error
# Note that rc 23 includes dangling symlinks. In this case
# retrying is useless, but not very damaging since rsync checks
# for those before starting the transfer (scp does not).
status = e.result_obj.exit_status
if status in [10, 12, 23, 255] and retry:
logging.warning('rsync status %d, retrying', status)
self.get_file(source, dest, delete_dest, preserve_perm,
preserve_symlinks, retry=False)
# The nested get_file() does all that's needed.
logging.warning("trying scp, rsync failed: %s (%d)",
e, status)
if try_scp:
logging.debug('Trying scp.')
# scp has no equivalent to --delete, just drop the entire dest dir
if delete_dest and os.path.isdir(dest):
remote_source = self._make_rsync_compatible_source(source, False)
if remote_source:
# _make_rsync_compatible_source() already did the escaping
remote_source = self._encode_remote_paths(
remote_source, escape=False, use_scp=True)
local_dest = utils.sh_escape(dest)
scp = self._make_scp_cmd(remote_source, local_dest)
except error.CmdError, e:
logging.debug('scp failed: %s', e)
raise error.AutoservRunError(e.args[0], e.args[1])
if not preserve_perm:
# we have no way to tell scp to not try to preserve the
# permissions so set them after copy instead.
# for rsync we could use "--no-p --chmod=ugo=rwX" but those
# options are only in very recent rsync versions
def send_file(self, source, dest, delete_dest=False,
Copy files from a local path to the remote host.
Directories will be copied recursively.
If a source component is a directory with a trailing slash,
the content of the directory will be copied, otherwise, the
directory itself and its content will be copied. This
behavior is similar to that of the program 'rsync'.
source: either
1) a single file or directory, as a string
2) a list of one or more (possibly mixed)
files or directories
dest: a file or a directory (if source contains a
directory or more than one element, you must
supply a directory dest)
delete_dest: if this is true, the command will also clear
out any old files at dest that are not in the
preserve_symlinks: controls if symlinks on the source will be
copied as such on the destination or transformed into the
referenced file/directory
AutoservRunError: the scp command failed
logging.debug('send_file. source: %s, dest: %s, delete_dest: %s,'
'preserve_symlinks:%s', source, dest,
delete_dest, preserve_symlinks)
# Start a master SSH connection if necessary.
if isinstance(source, basestring):
source = [source]
local_sources = self._encode_local_paths(source)
if not local_sources:
raise error.TestError('source |%s| yielded an empty string' % (
if local_sources.find('\x00') != -1:
raise error.TestError('one or more sources include NUL char')
# If rsync is disabled or fails, try scp.
try_scp = True
if self.use_rsync():
logging.debug('Using Rsync.')
remote_dest = self._encode_remote_paths([dest])
rsync = self._make_rsync_cmd(local_sources, remote_dest,
delete_dest, preserve_symlinks,
try_scp = False
except error.CmdError, e:
logging.warning("trying scp, rsync failed: %s", e)
if try_scp:
logging.debug('Trying scp.')
# scp has no equivalent to --delete, just drop the entire dest dir
if delete_dest:
is_dir ="ls -d %s/" % dest,
ignore_status=True).exit_status == 0
if is_dir:
cmd = "rm -rf %s && mkdir %s"
cmd %= (dest, dest)
remote_dest = self._encode_remote_paths([dest], use_scp=True)
local_sources = self._make_rsync_compatible_source(source, True)
if local_sources:
sources = self._encode_local_paths(local_sources, escape=False)
scp = self._make_scp_cmd(sources, remote_dest)
except error.CmdError, e:
logging.debug('scp failed: %s', e)
raise error.AutoservRunError(e.args[0], e.args[1])
logging.debug('skipping scp for empty source list')
def verify_ssh_user_access(self):
"""Verify ssh access to this host.
@returns False if ssh_ping fails due to Permissions error, True
except (error.AutoservSshPermissionDeniedError,
return False
return True
def ssh_ping(self, timeout=60, connect_timeout=None, base_cmd='true'):
Pings remote host via ssh.
@param timeout: Time in seconds before giving up.
Defaults to 60 seconds.
@param base_cmd: The base command to run with the ssh ping.
Defaults to true.
@raise AutoservSSHTimeout: If the ssh ping times out.
@raise AutoservSshPermissionDeniedError: If ssh ping fails due to
@raise AutoservSshPingHostError: For other AutoservRunErrors.
ctimeout = min(timeout, connect_timeout or timeout)
try:, timeout=timeout, connect_timeout=ctimeout,
except error.AutoservSSHTimeout:
msg = "Host (ssh) verify timed out (timeout = %d)" % timeout
raise error.AutoservSSHTimeout(msg)
except error.AutoservSshPermissionDeniedError:
#let AutoservSshPermissionDeniedError be visible to the callers
except error.AutoservRunError, e:
# convert the generic AutoservRunError into something more
# specific for this context
raise error.AutoservSshPingHostError(e.description + '\n' +
def is_up(self, timeout=60, connect_timeout=None, base_cmd='true'):
Check if the remote host is up by ssh-ing and running a base command.
@param timeout: timeout in seconds.
@param base_cmd: a base command to run with ssh. The default is 'true'.
@returns True if the remote host is up before the timeout expires,
False otherwise.
except error.AutoservError:
return False
return True
def wait_up(self, timeout=None):
Wait until the remote host is up or the timeout expires.
In fact, it will wait until an ssh connection to the remote
host can be established, and getty is running.
@param timeout time limit in seconds before returning even
if the host is not up.
@returns True if the host was found to be up before the timeout expires,
False otherwise
if timeout:
current_time = int(time.time())
end_time = current_time + timeout
autoserv_error_logged = False
while not timeout or current_time < end_time:
if self.is_up(timeout=end_time - current_time,
if self.are_wait_up_processes_up():
logging.debug('Host %s is now up', self.hostname)
return True
except error.AutoservError as e:
if not autoserv_error_logged:
logging.debug('Ignoring failure to reach %s: %s %s',
self.hostname, e,
'(and further similar failures)')
autoserv_error_logged = True
current_time = int(time.time())
logging.debug('Host %s is still down after waiting %d seconds',
self.hostname, int(timeout + time.time() - end_time))
return False
def wait_down(self, timeout=None, warning_timer=None, old_boot_id=None):
Wait until the remote host is down or the timeout expires.
If old_boot_id is provided, this will wait until either the machine
is unpingable or self.get_boot_id() returns a value different from
old_boot_id. If the boot_id value has changed then the function
returns true under the assumption that the machine has shut down
and has now already come back up.
If old_boot_id is None then until the machine becomes unreachable the
method assumes the machine has not yet shut down.
Based on this definition, the 4 possible permutations of timeout
and old_boot_id are:
1. timeout and old_boot_id: wait timeout seconds for either the
host to become unpingable, or the boot id
to change. In the latter case we've rebooted
and in the former case we've only shutdown,
but both cases return True.
2. only timeout: wait timeout seconds for the host to become unpingable.
If the host remains pingable throughout timeout seconds
we return False.
3. only old_boot_id: wait forever until either the host becomes
unpingable or the boot_id changes. Return true
when either of those conditions are met.
4. not timeout, not old_boot_id: wait forever till the host becomes
@param timeout Time limit in seconds before returning even
if the host is still up.
@param warning_timer Time limit in seconds that will generate
a warning if the host is not down yet.
@param old_boot_id A string containing the result of self.get_boot_id()
prior to the host being told to shut down. Can be None if this is
not available.
@returns True if the host was found to be down, False otherwise
#TODO: there is currently no way to distinguish between knowing
#TODO: boot_id was unsupported and not knowing the boot_id.
current_time = int(time.time())
if timeout:
end_time = current_time + timeout
if warning_timer:
warn_time = current_time + warning_timer
if old_boot_id is not None:
logging.debug('Host %s pre-shutdown boot_id is %s',
self.hostname, old_boot_id)
# Impose semi real-time deadline constraints, since some clients
# (eg: watchdog timer tests) expect strict checking of time elapsed.
# Each iteration of this loop is treated as though it atomically
# completes within current_time, this is needed because if we used
# inline time.time() calls instead then the following could happen:
# while not timeout or time.time() < end_time: [23 < 30]
# some code. [takes 10 secs]
# try:
# new_boot_id = self.get_boot_id(timeout=end_time - time.time())
# [30 - 33]
# The last step will lead to a return True, when in fact the machine
# went down at 32 seconds (>30). Hence we need to pass get_boot_id
# the same time that allowed us into that iteration of the loop.
while not timeout or current_time < end_time:
new_boot_id = self.get_boot_id(timeout=end_time-current_time)
except error.AutoservError:
logging.debug('Host %s is now unreachable over ssh, is down',
return True
# if the machine is up but the boot_id value has changed from
# old boot id, then we can assume the machine has gone down
# and then already come back up
if old_boot_id is not None and old_boot_id != new_boot_id:
logging.debug('Host %s now has boot_id %s and so must '
'have rebooted', self.hostname, new_boot_id)
return True
if warning_timer and current_time > warn_time:
self.record("INFO", None, "shutdown",
"Shutdown took longer than %ds" % warning_timer)
# Print the warning only once.
warning_timer = None
# If a machine is stuck switching runlevels
# This may cause the machine to reboot.'kill -HUP 1', ignore_status=True)
current_time = int(time.time())
return False
# tunable constants for the verify & repair code
def verify_connectivity(self):
super(AbstractSSHHost, self).verify_connectivity()'Pinging host ' + self.hostname)
self.ssh_ping()"Host (ssh) %s is alive", self.hostname)
if self.is_shutting_down():
raise error.AutoservHostIsShuttingDownError("Host is shutting down")
def verify_software(self):
super(AbstractSSHHost, self).verify_software()
except error.AutoservHostError:
raise # only want to raise if it's a space issue
except autotest.AutodirNotFoundError:
# autotest dir may not exist, etc. ignore
logging.debug('autodir space check exception, this is probably '
'safe to ignore\n' + traceback.format_exc())
def close(self):
super(AbstractSSHHost, self).close()
if os.path.exists(self.known_hosts_file):
def restart_master_ssh(self):
Stop and restart the ssh master connection. This is meant as a last
resort when ssh commands fail and we don't understand why.
logging.debug('Restarting master ssh connection')
def _cleanup_master_ssh(self):
Release all resources (process, temporary directory) used by an active
master SSH connection.
# If a master SSH connection is running, kill it.
if self.master_ssh_job is not None:
logging.debug('Nuking master_ssh_job.')
self.master_ssh_job = None
# Remove the temporary directory for the master SSH socket.
if self.master_ssh_tempdir is not None:
logging.debug('Cleaning master_ssh_tempdir.')
self.master_ssh_tempdir = None
self.master_ssh_option = ''
def start_master_ssh(self, timeout=5):
Called whenever a slave SSH connection needs to be initiated (e.g., by
run, rsync, scp). If master SSH support is enabled and a master SSH
connection is not active already, start a new one in the background.
Also, cleanup any zombie master SSH connections (e.g., dead due to
timeout: timeout in seconds (default 5) to wait for master ssh
connection to be established. If timeout is reached, a
warning message is logged, but no other action is taken.
if not enable_master_ssh:
# Multiple processes might try in parallel to clean up the old master
# ssh connection and create a new one, therefore use a lock to protect
# against race conditions.
with self._lock:
# If a previously started master SSH connection is not running
# anymore, it needs to be cleaned up and then restarted.
if self.master_ssh_job is not None:
socket_path = os.path.join(,
if (not os.path.exists(socket_path) or
self.master_ssh_job.sp.poll() is not None):"Master ssh connection to %s is down.",
# Start a new master SSH connection.
if self.master_ssh_job is None:
# Create a shared socket in a temp location.
self.master_ssh_tempdir = autotemp.tempdir(
self.master_ssh_option = ("-o ControlPath=%s/socket" %
# Start the master SSH connection in the background.
master_cmd = self.ssh_command(
options="-N -o ControlMaster=yes")"Starting master ssh connection '%s'", master_cmd)
self.master_ssh_job = utils.BgJob(master_cmd,
# To prevent a race between the the master ssh connection
# startup and its first attempted use, wait for socket file to
# exist before returning.
end_time = time.time() + timeout
socket_file_path = os.path.join(,
while time.time() < end_time:
if os.path.exists(socket_file_path):
else:'Timed out waiting for master-ssh connection '
'to be established.')
def clear_known_hosts(self):
"""Clears out the temporary ssh known_hosts file.
This is useful if the test SSHes to the machine, then reinstalls it,
then SSHes to it again. It can be called after the reinstall to
reduce the spam in the logs.
""""Clearing known hosts for host '%s', file '%s'.",
self.hostname, self.known_hosts_file)
# Clear out the file by opening it for writing and then closing.
fh = open(self.known_hosts_file, "w")
def collect_logs(self, remote_src_dir, local_dest_dir, ignore_errors=True):
"""Copy log directories from a host to a local directory.
@param remote_src_dir: A destination directory on the host.
@param local_dest_dir: A path to a local destination directory.
If it doesn't exist it will be created.
@param ignore_errors: If True, ignore exceptions.
@raises OSError: If there were problems creating the local_dest_dir and
ignore_errors is False.
@raises AutoservRunError, AutotestRunError: If something goes wrong
while copying the directories and ignore_errors is False.
locally_created_dest = False
if (not os.path.exists(local_dest_dir)
or not os.path.isdir(local_dest_dir)):
locally_created_dest = True
except OSError as e:
logging.warning('Unable to collect logs from host '
'%s: %s', self.hostname, e)
if not ignore_errors:
self.get_file(remote_src_dir, local_dest_dir, safe_symlinks=True)
except (error.AutotestRunError, error.AutoservRunError,
error.AutoservSSHTimeout) as e:
logging.warning('Collection of %s to local dir %s from host %s '
'failed: %s', remote_src_dir, local_dest_dir,
self.hostname, e)
if locally_created_dest:
shutil.rmtree(local_dest_dir, ignore_errors=ignore_errors)
if not ignore_errors:
def create_ssh_tunnel(self, port, local_port):
"""Create an ssh tunnel from local_port to port.
This is used to forward a port securely through a tunnel process from
the server to the DUT for RPC server connection.
@param port: remote port on the host.
@param local_port: local forwarding port.
@return: the tunnel process.
tunnel_options = '-n -N -q -L %d:localhost:%d' % (local_port, port)
ssh_cmd = self.make_ssh_command(opts=tunnel_options)
tunnel_cmd = '%s %s' % (ssh_cmd, self.hostname)
logging.debug('Full tunnel command: %s', tunnel_cmd)
# Exec the ssh process directly here rather than using a shell.
# Using a shell leaves a dangling ssh process, because we deliver
# signals to the shell wrapping ssh, not the ssh process itself.
args = shlex.split(tunnel_cmd)
tunnel_proc = subprocess.Popen(args, close_fds=True)
logging.debug('Started ssh tunnel, local = %d'
' remote = %d, pid = %d',
local_port, port,
return tunnel_proc
def disconnect_ssh_tunnel(self, tunnel_proc, port):
Disconnects a previously forwarded port from the server to the DUT for
RPC server connection.
@param tunnel_proc: a tunnel process returned from |create_ssh_tunnel|.
@param port: remote port on the DUT, used in ADBHost.
if tunnel_proc.poll() is None:
logging.debug('Terminated tunnel, pid %d',
logging.debug('Tunnel pid %d terminated early, status %d',, tunnel_proc.returncode)
def get_os_type(self):
"""Returns the host OS descriptor (to be implemented in subclasses).
@return A string describing the OS type.
raise NotImplementedError