Python os.O_WRONLY() Examples

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Example 1
Project: python-   Author: secondtonone1   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 2
Project: my-first-blog   Author: AnkurBegining   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 3
Project: kinect-2-libras   Author: inessadl   File: mailbox.py    (Apache License 2.0) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def __setitem__(self, key, message):
        """Replace the keyed message; raise KeyError if it doesn't exist."""
        path = os.path.join(self._path, str(key))
        try:
            f = open(path, 'rb+')
        except IOError, e:
            if e.errno == errno.ENOENT:
                raise KeyError('No message with key: %s' % key)
            else:
                raise
        try:
            if self._locked:
                _lock_file(f)
            try:
                os.close(os.open(path, os.O_WRONLY | os.O_TRUNC))
                self._dump_message(message, f)
                if isinstance(message, MHMessage):
                    self._dump_sequences(message, key)
            finally:
                if self._locked:
                    _unlock_file(f)
        finally:
            _sync_close(f) 
Example 4
Project: farfetchd   Author: isislovecruft   File: crypto.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def writeKeyToFile(key, filename):
    """Write **key** to **filename**, with ``0400`` permissions.

    If **filename** doesn't exist, it will be created. If it does exist
    already, and is writable by the owner of the current process, then it will
    be truncated to zero-length and overwritten.

    :param bytes key: A key (or some other private data) to write to
        **filename**.
    :param str filename: The path of the file to write to.
    :raises: Any exceptions which may occur.
    """
    logging.info("Writing key to file: %r", filename)
    flags = os.O_WRONLY | os.O_TRUNC | os.O_CREAT | getattr(os, "O_BIN", 0)
    fd = os.open(filename, flags, 0400)
    os.write(fd, key)
    os.fsync(fd)
    os.close(fd) 
Example 5
Project: pip-update-requirements   Author: alanhamlett   File: pidlockfile.py    (BSD 2-Clause "Simplified" License) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 6
Project: girder_worker   Author: girder   File: utils.py    (Apache License 2.0) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def _open_ipipes(wds, fifos, input_pipes):
    """
    This will attempt to open the named pipes in the set of ``fifos`` for
    writing, which will only succeed if the subprocess has opened them for
    reading already. This modifies and returns the list of write descriptors,
    the list of waiting fifo names, and the mapping back to input adapters.
    """
    for fifo in fifos.copy():
        try:
            fd = os.open(fifo, os.O_WRONLY | os.O_NONBLOCK)
            input_pipes[fd] = fifos.pop(fifo)
            wds.append(fd)
        except OSError as e:
            if e.errno != errno.ENXIO:
                raise e

    return wds, fifos, input_pipes 
Example 7
Project: SoCFoundationFlow   Author: mattaw   File: Utils.py    (Apache License 2.0) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def writef_win32(f, data, m='w', encoding='ISO8859-1'):
	if sys.hexversion > 0x3000000 and not 'b' in m:
		data = data.encode(encoding)
		m += 'b'
	flags = os.O_CREAT | os.O_TRUNC | os.O_WRONLY | os.O_NOINHERIT
	if 'b' in m:
		flags |= os.O_BINARY
	if '+' in m:
		flags |= os.O_RDWR
	try:
		fd = os.open(f, flags)
	except OSError:
		raise IOError('Cannot write to %r' % f)
	f = os.fdopen(fd, m)
	try:
		f.write(data)
	finally:
		f.close() 
Example 8
Project: SoCFoundationFlow   Author: mattaw   File: Utils.py    (Apache License 2.0) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def writef_win32(f, data, m='w', encoding='ISO8859-1'):
	if sys.hexversion > 0x3000000 and not 'b' in m:
		data = data.encode(encoding)
		m += 'b'
	flags = os.O_CREAT | os.O_TRUNC | os.O_WRONLY | os.O_NOINHERIT
	if 'b' in m:
		flags |= os.O_BINARY
	if '+' in m:
		flags |= os.O_RDWR
	try:
		fd = os.open(f, flags)
	except OSError:
		raise IOError('Cannot write to %r' % f)
	f = os.fdopen(fd, m)
	try:
		f.write(data)
	finally:
		f.close() 
Example 9
Project: swjtu-pyscraper   Author: Desgard   File: pidlockfile.py    (MIT License) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 10
Project: PTE   Author: pwn2winctf   File: lambda_function.py    (MIT License) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def setup_environment():
    root = os.getenv('LAMBDA_TASK_ROOT')
    bin_dir = os.path.join(root, 'bin')
    os.environ['PATH'] += ':' + bin_dir
    os.environ['GIT_EXEC_PATH'] = bin_dir

    ssh_dir = tempfile.mkdtemp()

    ssh_identity = os.path.join(ssh_dir, 'identity')
    with os.fdopen(os.open(ssh_identity, os.O_WRONLY | os.O_CREAT, 0o600),
                   'w') as f:
        f.write(base64.b64decode(os.getenv('SSH_IDENTITY')))

    ssh_config = os.path.join(ssh_dir, 'config')
    with open(ssh_config, 'w') as f:
        f.write('CheckHostIP no\n'
                'StrictHostKeyChecking yes\n'
                'IdentityFile %s\n'
                'UserKnownHostsFile %s\n' %
                (ssh_identity, os.path.join(root, 'known_hosts')))

    os.environ['GIT_SSH_COMMAND'] = 'ssh -F %s' % ssh_config 
Example 11
Project: noc-orchestrator   Author: DirceuSilvaLabs   File: pidlockfile.py    (MIT License) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 12
Project: noc-orchestrator   Author: DirceuSilvaLabs   File: pidlockfile.py    (MIT License) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 13
Project: noc-orchestrator   Author: DirceuSilvaLabs   File: pidlockfile.py    (MIT License) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 14
Project: noc-orchestrator   Author: DirceuSilvaLabs   File: pidlockfile.py    (MIT License) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 15
Project: jira_worklog_scanner   Author: pgarneau   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 16
Project: zanph   Author: zanph   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 17
Project: hostapd-mana   Author: adde88   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 18
Project: hostapd-mana   Author: adde88   File: mailbox.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def __setitem__(self, key, message):
        """Replace the keyed message; raise KeyError if it doesn't exist."""
        path = os.path.join(self._path, str(key))
        try:
            f = open(path, 'rb+')
        except IOError, e:
            if e.errno == errno.ENOENT:
                raise KeyError('No message with key: %s' % key)
            else:
                raise
        try:
            if self._locked:
                _lock_file(f)
            try:
                os.close(os.open(path, os.O_WRONLY | os.O_TRUNC))
                self._dump_message(message, f)
                if isinstance(message, MHMessage):
                    self._dump_sequences(message, key)
            finally:
                if self._locked:
                    _unlock_file(f)
        finally:
            _sync_close(f) 
Example 19
Project: nstock   Author: ybenitezf   File: filelock.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def acquire(self, blocking=False):
        import fcntl  # @UnresolvedImport

        flags = os.O_CREAT | os.O_WRONLY
        self.fd = os.open(self.filename, flags)

        mode = fcntl.LOCK_EX
        if not blocking:
            mode |= fcntl.LOCK_NB

        try:
            fcntl.flock(self.fd, mode)
            self.locked = True
            return True
        except IOError:
            e = sys.exc_info()[1]
            if e.errno not in (errno.EAGAIN, errno.EACCES):
                raise
            os.close(self.fd)
            self.fd = None
            return False 
Example 20
Project: nstock   Author: ybenitezf   File: filelock.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def acquire(self, blocking=False):
        import msvcrt  # @UnresolvedImport

        flags = os.O_CREAT | os.O_WRONLY
        mode = msvcrt.LK_NBLCK
        if blocking:
            mode = msvcrt.LK_LOCK

        self.fd = os.open(self.filename, flags)
        try:
            msvcrt.locking(self.fd, mode, 1)
            return True
        except IOError:
            e = sys.exc_info()[1]
            if e.errno not in (errno.EAGAIN, errno.EACCES, errno.EDEADLK):
                raise
            os.close(self.fd)
            self.fd = None
            return False 
Example 21
Project: Sci-Finder   Author: snverse   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 22
Project: Sci-Finder   Author: snverse   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 23
Project: ascii-art-py   Author: blinglnav   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 24
Project: watchmen   Author: lycclsltt   File: sftp_server.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def _convert_pflags(self, pflags):
        "convert SFTP-style open() flags to python's os.open() flags"
        if (pflags & SFTP_FLAG_READ) and (pflags & SFTP_FLAG_WRITE):
            flags = os.O_RDWR
        elif pflags & SFTP_FLAG_WRITE:
            flags = os.O_WRONLY
        else:
            flags = os.O_RDONLY
        if pflags & SFTP_FLAG_APPEND:
            flags |= os.O_APPEND
        if pflags & SFTP_FLAG_CREATE:
            flags |= os.O_CREAT
        if pflags & SFTP_FLAG_TRUNC:
            flags |= os.O_TRUNC
        if pflags & SFTP_FLAG_EXCL:
            flags |= os.O_EXCL
        return flags 
Example 25
Project: TCP-IP   Author: JackZ0   File: lock.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def acquire(self):
        """Acquire the lock file.

        :raises errors.LockError: if lock is already held
        :raises OSError: if unable to open or stat the lock file

        """
        while self._fd is None:
            # Open the file
            fd = os.open(self._path, os.O_CREAT | os.O_WRONLY, 0o600)
            try:
                self._try_lock(fd)
                if self._lock_success(fd):
                    self._fd = fd
            finally:
                # Close the file if it is not the required one
                if self._fd is None:
                    os.close(fd) 
Example 26
Project: vyper   Author: admiralobvious   File: test_vyper.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def _init_dirs(self):
        test_dirs = ['a a', 'b', 'c\c', 'D_']
        config = 'improbable'

        root = tempfile.mkdtemp()

        def cleanup():
            try:
                os.removedirs(root)
            except (FileNotFoundError, OSError):
                pass

        os.chdir(root)

        for dir_ in test_dirs:
            os.mkdir(dir_, 0o0750)

            f = '{0}.toml'.format(config)
            flags = os.O_WRONLY | os.O_CREAT
            rel_path = '{0}/{1}'.format(dir_, f)
            abs_file_path = os.path.join(root, rel_path)
            with os.fdopen(os.open(abs_file_path, flags, 0o0640), 'w') as fp:
                fp.write("key = \"value is {0}\"\n".format(dir_))

        return root, config, cleanup 
Example 27
Project: ivaochdoc   Author: ivaoch   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 28
Project: aws-cfn-plex   Author: lordmuffin   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 29
Project: django   Author: alexsukhrin   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 30
Project: CrowdAnki   Author: Stvad   File: pathlib2.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def touch(self, mode=0o666, exist_ok=True):
        """
        Create this file with the given access mode, if it doesn't exist.
        """
        if self._closed:
            self._raise_closed()
        if exist_ok:
            # First try to bump modification time
            # Implementation note: GNU touch uses the UTIME_NOW option of
            # the utimensat() / futimens() functions.
            try:
                self._accessor.utime(self, None)
            except OSError:
                # Avoid exception chaining
                pass
            else:
                return
        flags = os.O_CREAT | os.O_WRONLY
        if not exist_ok:
            flags |= os.O_EXCL
        fd = self._raw_open(flags, mode)
        os.close(fd) 
Example 31
Project: RPoint   Author: george17-meet   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 32
Project: isni-reconcile   Author: cmh2166   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 33
Project: Taigabot   Author: FrozenPigs   File: util.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def _obtain_lock_or_raise(self):
        """Create a lock file as flag for other instances, mark our instance as lock-holder

        :raise IOError: if a lock was already present or a lock file could not be written"""
        if self._has_lock():
            return
        lock_file = self._lock_file_path()
        if osp.isfile(lock_file):
            raise IOError("Lock for file %r did already exist, delete %r in case the lock is illegal" %
                          (self._file_path, lock_file))

        try:
            flags = os.O_WRONLY | os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL
            if is_win:
                flags |= os.O_SHORT_LIVED
            fd = os.open(lock_file, flags, 0)
            os.close(fd)
        except OSError as e:
            raise IOError(str(e))

        self._owns_lock = True 
Example 34
Project: AshsSDK   Author: thehappydinoa   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 35
Project: habilitacion   Author: GabrielBD   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 36
Project: flickr_downloader   Author: Denisolt   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 37
Project: threatdetectionservice   Author: flyballlabs   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 38
Project: oa_qian   Author: sunqb   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 39
Project: RealtimePythonChat   Author: quangtqag   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 40
Project: PigeonScript   Author: SilversApprentice   File: pathlib2.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def touch(self, mode=0o666, exist_ok=True):
        """
        Create this file with the given access mode, if it doesn't exist.
        """
        if self._closed:
            self._raise_closed()
        if exist_ok:
            # First try to bump modification time
            # Implementation note: GNU touch uses the UTIME_NOW option of
            # the utimensat() / futimens() functions.
            try:
                self._accessor.utime(self, None)
            except OSError:
                # Avoid exception chaining
                pass
            else:
                return
        flags = os.O_CREAT | os.O_WRONLY
        if not exist_ok:
            flags |= os.O_EXCL
        fd = self._raw_open(flags, mode)
        os.close(fd) 
Example 41
Project: cuny-bdif   Author: aristotle-tek   File: resumable_upload_handler.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def _save_tracker_uri_to_file(self):
        """
        Saves URI to tracker file if one was passed to constructor.
        """
        if not self.tracker_file_name:
            return
        f = None
        try:
            with os.fdopen(os.open(self.tracker_file_name,
                                   os.O_WRONLY | os.O_CREAT, 0o600), 'w') as f:
              f.write(self.tracker_uri)
        except IOError as e:
            raise ResumableUploadException(
                'Couldn\'t write URI tracker file (%s): %s.\nThis can happen'
                'if you\'re using an incorrectly configured upload tool\n'
                '(e.g., gsutil configured to save tracker files to an '
                'unwritable directory)' %
                (self.tracker_file_name, e.strerror),
                ResumableTransferDisposition.ABORT) 
Example 42
Project: Indushell   Author: SecarmaLabs   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 43
Project: SHAREOpenRefineWkshop   Author: cmh2166   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 44
Project: Liljimbo-Chatbot   Author: chrisjim316   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 45
Project: leetcode   Author: thomasyimgit   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 46
Project: flask_system   Author: prashasy   File: pidlockfile.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def write_pid_to_pidfile(pidfile_path):
    """ Write the PID in the named PID file.

        Get the numeric process ID (“PID”) of the current process
        and write it to the named file as a line of text.

        """
    open_flags = (os.O_CREAT | os.O_EXCL | os.O_WRONLY)
    open_mode = 0o644
    pidfile_fd = os.open(pidfile_path, open_flags, open_mode)
    pidfile = os.fdopen(pidfile_fd, 'w')

    # According to the FHS 2.3 section on PID files in /var/run:
    #
    #   The file must consist of the process identifier in
    #   ASCII-encoded decimal, followed by a newline character. For
    #   example, if crond was process number 25, /var/run/crond.pid
    #   would contain three characters: two, five, and newline.

    pid = os.getpid()
    pidfile.write("%s\n" % pid)
    pidfile.close() 
Example 47
Project: zippy   Author: securesystemslab   File: filelock.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def acquire(self, blocking=False):
        import fcntl  # @UnresolvedImport

        flags = os.O_CREAT | os.O_WRONLY
        self.fd = os.open(self.filename, flags)

        mode = fcntl.LOCK_EX
        if not blocking:
            mode |= fcntl.LOCK_NB

        try:
            fcntl.flock(self.fd, mode)
            self.locked = True
            return True
        except IOError:
            e = sys.exc_info()[1]
            if e.errno not in (errno.EAGAIN, errno.EACCES):
                raise
            os.close(self.fd)
            self.fd = None
            return False 
Example 48
Project: zippy   Author: securesystemslab   File: filelock.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def acquire(self, blocking=False):
        import msvcrt  # @UnresolvedImport

        flags = os.O_CREAT | os.O_WRONLY
        mode = msvcrt.LK_NBLCK
        if blocking:
            mode = msvcrt.LK_LOCK

        self.fd = os.open(self.filename, flags)
        try:
            msvcrt.locking(self.fd, mode, 1)
            return True
        except IOError:
            e = sys.exc_info()[1]
            if e.errno not in (errno.EAGAIN, errno.EACCES, errno.EDEADLK):
                raise
            os.close(self.fd)
            self.fd = None
            return False 
Example 49
Project: hesperides-cli   Author: voyages-sncf-technologies   File: configfile.py    (GNU General Public License v3.0) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _create_home(self):
        if not os.path.isdir(self._HOME + '/' + self._CONFIG_DIR):
            os.makedirs(self._HOME + '/' + self._CONFIG_DIR)
        with os.fdopen(os.open(self._HOME + '/' + self._CONFIG_DIR + '/' + self._CONFIG_FILE_NAME,
                               os.O_WRONLY | os.O_CREAT, 0o600), 'w'):
            pass
        with os.fdopen(os.open(self._HOME + '/' + self._CONFIG_DIR + '/' + self._CREDENTIALS_FILE_NAME,
                               os.O_WRONLY | os.O_CREAT, 0o600), 'w'):
            pass 
Example 50
Project: python-   Author: secondtonone1   File: tarfile.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, name, mode):
        mode = {
            "r": os.O_RDONLY,
            "w": os.O_WRONLY | os.O_CREAT | os.O_TRUNC,
        }[mode]
        if hasattr(os, "O_BINARY"):
            mode |= os.O_BINARY
        self.fd = os.open(name, mode, 0o666)