Source code for rpyc.core.service

"""
Services are the heart of RPyC: each side of the connection exposes a *service*,
which define the capabilities available to the other side.

Note that the services by both parties need not be symmetric, e.g., one side may
exposed *service A*, while the other may expose *service B*. As long as the two
can interoperate, you're good to go.
"""
from functools import partial

from rpyc.lib import hybridmethod
from rpyc.lib.compat import execute, is_py_3k
from rpyc.core.protocol import Connection


[docs]class Service(object): """The service base-class. Derive from this class to implement custom RPyC services: * The name of the class implementing the ``Foo`` service should match the pattern ``FooService`` (suffixed by the word 'Service') :: class FooService(Service): pass FooService.get_service_name() # 'FOO' FooService.get_service_aliases() # ['FOO'] * To supply a different name or aliases, use the ``ALIASES`` class attribute :: class Foobar(Service): ALIASES = ["foo", "bar", "lalaland"] Foobar.get_service_name() # 'FOO' Foobar.get_service_aliases() # ['FOO', 'BAR', 'LALALAND'] * Override :func:`on_connect` to perform custom initialization * Override :func:`on_disconnect` to perform custom finalization * To add exposed methods or attributes, simply define them normally, but prefix their name by ``exposed_``, e.g. :: class FooService(Service): def exposed_add(self, x, y): return x + y * All other names (not prefixed by ``exposed_``) are local (not accessible to the other party) .. note:: You can override ``_rpyc_getattr``, ``_rpyc_setattr`` and ``_rpyc_delattr`` to change attribute lookup -- but beware of possible **security implications!** """ __slots__ = () ALIASES = () _protocol = Connection
[docs] def on_connect(self, conn): """called when the connection is established""" pass
[docs] def on_disconnect(self, conn): """called when the connection had already terminated for cleanup (must not perform any IO on the connection)""" pass
# Using default defined in 'protocol.Connection._access_attr' for: # def _rpyc_getattr(self, name): def _rpyc_delattr(self, name): raise AttributeError("access denied") def _rpyc_setattr(self, name, value): raise AttributeError("access denied")
[docs] @classmethod def get_service_aliases(cls): """returns a list of the aliases of this service""" if cls.ALIASES: return tuple(str(n).upper() for n in cls.ALIASES) name = cls.__name__.upper() if name.endswith("SERVICE"): name = name[:-7] return (name,)
[docs] @classmethod def get_service_name(cls): """returns the canonical name of the service (which is its first alias)""" return cls.get_service_aliases()[0]
exposed_get_service_aliases = get_service_aliases exposed_get_service_name = get_service_name @hybridmethod def _connect(self, channel, config={}): """Setup a connection via the given channel.""" if isinstance(self, type): # autovivify if accessed as class method self = self() # Note that we are here passing in `self` as root object for backward # compatibility and convenience. You could pass in a different root if # you wanted: conn = self._protocol(self, channel, config) self.on_connect(conn) return conn
[docs]class VoidService(Service): """void service - an do-nothing service""" __slots__ = ()
[docs]class ModuleNamespace(object): """used by the :class:`SlaveService` to implement the magical 'module namespace'""" __slots__ = ["__getmodule", "__cache", "__weakref__"] def __init__(self, getmodule): self.__getmodule = getmodule self.__cache = {} def __contains__(self, name): try: self[name] except ImportError: return False else: return True def __getitem__(self, name): if type(name) is tuple: name = ".".join(name) if name not in self.__cache: self.__cache[name] = self.__getmodule(name) return self.__cache[name] def __getattr__(self, name): return self[name]
class Slave(object): __slots__ = ["_conn", "namespace"] def __init__(self): self._conn = None self.namespace = {} def execute(self, text): """execute arbitrary code (using ``exec``)""" execute(text, self.namespace) def eval(self, text): """evaluate arbitrary code (using ``eval``)""" return eval(text, self.namespace) def getmodule(self, name): """imports an arbitrary module""" return __import__(name, None, None, "*") def getconn(self): """returns the local connection instance to the other side""" return self._conn
[docs]class SlaveService(Slave, Service): """The SlaveService allows the other side to perform arbitrary imports and execution arbitrary code on the server. This is provided for compatibility with the classic RPyC (2.6) modus operandi. This service is very useful in local, secure networks, but it exposes a **major security risk** otherwise.""" __slots__ = ()
[docs] def on_connect(self, conn): self._conn = conn self._conn._config.update(dict( allow_all_attrs=True, allow_pickle=True, allow_getattr=True, allow_setattr=True, allow_delattr=True, allow_exposed_attrs=False, import_custom_exceptions=True, instantiate_custom_exceptions=True, instantiate_oldstyle_exceptions=True, )) super(SlaveService, self).on_connect(conn)
[docs]class FakeSlaveService(VoidService): """VoidService that can be used for connecting to peers that operate a :class:`MasterService`, :class:`ClassicService`, or the old ``SlaveService`` (pre v3.5) without exposing any functionality to them.""" __slots__ = () exposed_namespace = None exposed_execute = None exposed_eval = None exposed_getmodule = None exposed_getconn = None
[docs]class MasterService(Service): """Peer for a new-style (>=v3.5) :class:`SlaveService`. Use this service if you want to connect to a ``SlaveService`` without exposing any functionality to them.""" __slots__ = ()
[docs] def on_connect(self, conn): super(MasterService, self).on_connect(conn) self._install(conn, conn.root)
@staticmethod def _install(conn, slave): modules = ModuleNamespace(slave.getmodule) builtin = modules.builtins if is_py_3k else modules.__builtin__ conn.modules = modules conn.eval = slave.eval conn.execute = slave.execute conn.namespace = slave.namespace conn.builtin = builtin conn.builtins = builtin from rpyc.utils.classic import teleport_function conn.teleport = partial(teleport_function, conn)
[docs]class ClassicService(MasterService, SlaveService): """Full duplex master/slave service, i.e. both parties have full control over the other. Must be used by both parties.""" __slots__ = ()
[docs]class ClassicClient(MasterService, FakeSlaveService): """MasterService that can be used for connecting to peers that operate a :class:`MasterService`, :class:`ClassicService` without exposing any functionality to them.""" __slots__ = ()