I accidentally made an ansible connector plugin for schroot. I haven't even used ansible yet, so I have no idea what I am doing.

You can choose the chroot type by setting something like schroot_type: jessie in your variables.

You can install this locally as connection_plugins/schroot.py.

# Based on chroot.py (c) 2013, Maykel Moya <mmoya@speedyrails.com>
# Based on chroot.py (c) 2015, Toshio Kuratomi <tkuratomi@ansible.com>
# (c) 2016, Enrico Zini <enrico@debian.org>
#
# This is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
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#
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from __future__ import (absolute_import, division, print_function)
__metaclass__ = type

import distutils.spawn
import os
import os.path
import pipes
import subprocess
import traceback

from ansible import constants as C
from ansible.errors import AnsibleError
from ansible.plugins.connection import ConnectionBase, BUFSIZE
from ansible.module_utils.basic import is_executable
from ansible.utils.unicode import to_bytes

try:
    from __main__ import display
except ImportError:
    from ansible.utils.display import Display
    display = Display()


class Connection(ConnectionBase):
    ''' Local chroot based connections '''

    transport = 'schroot'
    has_pipelining = True
    # su currently has an undiagnosed issue with calculating the file
    # checksums (so copy, for instance, doesn't work right)
    # Have to look into that before re-enabling this
    become_methods = frozenset(C.BECOME_METHODS).difference(('su',))

    def __init__(self, play_context, new_stdin, *args, **kwargs):
        super(Connection, self).__init__(play_context, new_stdin, *args, **kwargs)

        self.chroot = self._play_context.remote_addr

        #if os.geteuid() != 0:
            #raise AnsibleError("chroot connection requires running as root")

        # we're running as root on the local system so do some
        # trivial checks for ensuring 'host' is actually a chroot'able dir
        #if not os.path.isdir(self.chroot):
        #    raise AnsibleError("%s is not a directory" % self.chroot)

        #chrootsh = os.path.join(self.chroot, 'bin/sh')
        ## Want to check for a usable bourne shell inside the chroot.
        ## is_executable() == True is sufficient.  For symlinks it
        ## gets really complicated really fast.  So we punt on finding that
        ## out.  As long as it's a symlink we assume that it will work
        #if not (is_executable(chrootsh) or (os.path.lexists(chrootsh) and os.path.islink(chrootsh))):
        #    raise AnsibleError("%s does not look like a chrootable dir (/bin/sh missing)" % self.chroot)

        self.chroot_cmd = distutils.spawn.find_executable('schroot')
        if not self.chroot_cmd:
            raise AnsibleError("chroot command not found in PATH")

        self.chroot_id = "session:" + self.chroot
        self.chroot_type = "stable"
        existing = subprocess.check_output([self.chroot_cmd, "--list", "--all"])
        self.chroot_exists = False
        for line in existing.splitlines():
            if line == self.chroot_id:
                self.chroot_exists = True

    def set_host_overrides(self, host, hostvars=None):
        super(Connection, self).set_host_overrides(host, hostvars)
        self.chroot_type = hostvars.get("schroot_type", self.chroot_type)

    def _connect(self):
        ''' connect to the chroot; nothing to do here '''
        super(Connection, self)._connect()
        if not self._connected:
            if not self.chroot_exists:
                self.chroot_id = subprocess.check_output([self.chroot_cmd, "-b", "-c", self.chroot_type, "-n", self.chroot]).strip()
                subprocess.check_call([self.chroot_cmd, "-r", "-c", self.chroot_id, "-u", "root", "--", "apt-get", "update"])
                subprocess.check_call([self.chroot_cmd, "-r", "-c", self.chroot_id, "-u", "root", "--", "apt-get", "-y", "install", "python"])

            display.vvv("THIS IS A LOCAL CHROOT DIR", host=self.chroot)
            self._connected = True

    def _buffered_exec_command(self, cmd, stdin=subprocess.PIPE):
        ''' run a command on the chroot.  This is only needed for implementing
        put_file() get_file() so that we don't have to read the whole file
        into memory.

        compared to exec_command() it looses some niceties like being able to
        return the process's exit code immediately.
        '''
        executable = C.DEFAULT_EXECUTABLE.split()[0] if C.DEFAULT_EXECUTABLE else '/bin/sh'
        local_cmd = [self.chroot_cmd, "-r", "-c", self.chroot_id, "-u", "root", "--", executable, '-c', cmd]

        display.vvv("EXEC %s" % (local_cmd), host=self.chroot)
        local_cmd = [to_bytes(i, errors='strict') for i in local_cmd]
        p = subprocess.Popen(local_cmd, shell=False, stdin=stdin,
                stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.PIPE)

        return p

    def exec_command(self, cmd, in_data=None, sudoable=False):
        ''' run a command on the chroot '''
        super(Connection, self).exec_command(cmd, in_data=in_data, sudoable=sudoable)

        p = self._buffered_exec_command(cmd)

        stdout, stderr = p.communicate(in_data)
        return (p.returncode, stdout, stderr)

    def _prefix_login_path(self, remote_path):
        ''' Make sure that we put files into a standard path

            If a path is relative, then we need to choose where to put it.
            ssh chooses $HOME but we aren't guaranteed that a home dir will
            exist in any given chroot.  So for now we're choosing "/" instead.
            This also happens to be the former default.

            Can revisit using $HOME instead if it's a problem
        '''
        if not remote_path.startswith(os.path.sep):
            remote_path = os.path.join(os.path.sep, remote_path)
        return os.path.normpath(remote_path)

    def put_file(self, in_path, out_path):
        ''' transfer a file from local to chroot '''
        super(Connection, self).put_file(in_path, out_path)
        display.vvv("PUT %s TO %s" % (in_path, out_path), host=self.chroot)

        out_path = pipes.quote(self._prefix_login_path(out_path))
        try:
            with open(to_bytes(in_path, errors='strict'), 'rb') as in_file:
                try:
                    p = self._buffered_exec_command('dd of=%s bs=%s' % (out_path, BUFSIZE), stdin=in_file)
                except OSError:
                    raise AnsibleError("chroot connection requires dd command in the chroot")
                try:
                    stdout, stderr = p.communicate()
                except:
                    traceback.print_exc()
                    raise AnsibleError("failed to transfer file %s to %s" % (in_path, out_path))
                if p.returncode != 0:
                    raise AnsibleError("failed to transfer file %s to %s:\n%s\n%s" % (in_path, out_path, stdout, stderr))
        except IOError:
            raise AnsibleError("file or module does not exist at: %s" % in_path)

    def fetch_file(self, in_path, out_path):
        ''' fetch a file from chroot to local '''
        super(Connection, self).fetch_file(in_path, out_path)
        display.vvv("FETCH %s TO %s" % (in_path, out_path), host=self.chroot)

        in_path = pipes.quote(self._prefix_login_path(in_path))
        try:
            p = self._buffered_exec_command('dd if=%s bs=%s' % (in_path, BUFSIZE))
        except OSError:
            raise AnsibleError("chroot connection requires dd command in the chroot")

        with open(to_bytes(out_path, errors='strict'), 'wb+') as out_file:
            try:
                chunk = p.stdout.read(BUFSIZE)
                while chunk:
                    out_file.write(chunk)
                    chunk = p.stdout.read(BUFSIZE)
            except:
                traceback.print_exc()
                raise AnsibleError("failed to transfer file %s to %s" % (in_path, out_path))
            stdout, stderr = p.communicate()
            if p.returncode != 0:
                raise AnsibleError("failed to transfer file %s to %s:\n%s\n%s" % (in_path, out_path, stdout, stderr))

    def close(self):
        ''' terminate the connection; nothing to do here '''
        super(Connection, self).close()
        #subprocess.check_command([self.chroot_cmd, "-e", "-c", self.chroot_id])
        self._connected = False

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2016-11-02 16:54:06+01:00