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#!/usr/bin/env python
""" The "daemon service" for timekpr.
    Copyright / License: See COPYRIGHT.txt
"""

import re
from time import strftime, sleep, localtime, mktime, time as timenow
from os.path import split as splitpath, isfile, isdir, getmtime
from os import popen, mkdir, kill, remove
from glob import glob
from threading import Timer

#If DEVACTIVE is true, it uses files from local directory
DEVACTIVE = False

#IMPORT
if DEVACTIVE:
    from sys import path
    path.append('.')
from common.timekprpam import * # timekprpam.py
from common.timekprcommon import * # timekprcommon.py

#timekpr.conf variables (dictionary variable)
VAR = getvariables(DEVACTIVE)

#Check if admin/root
checkifadmin()

#Check if it exists, if not, create it
if not isdir(VAR['TIMEKPRDIR']):
    mkdir(VAR['TIMEKPRDIR'])
if not isdir(VAR['TIMEKPRWORK']):
    mkdir(VAR['TIMEKPRWORK'])

# Lists keeping track of users who has been notified
notifiedusers = []

# Keep track of todays date
THISDAY = strftime("%Y%m%d")

def logkpr(string,clear = 0):
    #To log: logkpr("Something")
    #To clear file and log: logkpr("Something",1)
    if VAR['DEBUGME'] != 'True':
        return
    if clear == 1:
        l = open(VAR['LOGFILE'], 'w')
    else:
        l = open(VAR['LOGFILE'], 'a')
    nowtime = strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S ')
    l.write(nowtime + string +'\n')

def logOut(user, somefile = ''):
    logkpr('logOut called with user: %s and somefile: %s' % (user, somefile))
    if somefile != '':
        f = open(somefile, 'w').close()
    if issessionalive(user):
        logkpr('logOut: Attempting killing %s (SIGTERM)...' % user)
        #this is a pretty bad way of killing a users processes, but we warned 'em
        getcmdoutput('pkill -SIGTERM -u %s' % user)
        sleep(5)
        if issessionalive(user):
            logkpr('logOut: Process still there, attempting force-killing %s (SIGKILL)...' % user)
            getcmdoutput('pkill -SIGKILL -u %s' % user)


## Using Linux-PAM to lock and disable users
def getlocklasts():
    #Returns the VAR['LOCKLASTS'] variable in seconds
    t=re.compile('(\d+) (second|minute|hour|day|week|month|year)s?').match(VAR['LOCKLASTS'])
    if not t:
        exit('Error: locklasts value "%s" is badly formatted, should be something like "1 week" or "2 hours"' % VAR['LOCKLASTS'])
    #n = time length
    #m = second|minute|hour|day|week|month|year
    (n,m)=(int(t.group(1)),t.group(2))
    #variable dictionary: multiply
    multiply = {
        'second': n,
        'minute': n * 60,
        'hour': n * 60 * 60,
        'day': n * 60 * 60 * 24,
        'week': n * 60 * 60 * 24 * 7,
        'month': n * 60 * 60 * 24 * 30
    }
    #Return in seconds (integer)
    return multiply[m]

def lockacct(u):
    #Locks user and sets the date in a file
    logkpr('lockacct called for user %s' % u)
    lockfile = VAR['TIMEKPRDIR'] + '/' + u + '.lock'
    f = open(lockfile, 'w')
    f.close()
    lockuser(u) # timekprpam.py

def checklockacct():
    #Check if user should be unlocked and unlock them
    logkpr('checklockacct called')
    #Find *.lock in VAR['TIMEKPRDIR']
    s = VAR['TIMEKPRDIR'] + '/*.lock'
    l = glob(s)
    for f in l:
        #Get username from filename - os.path.split
        u = splitpath(f)[1].replace('.lock', '')
        lastmodified = getmtime(f) #Get last modified time from username.lock file
        #Get time when lock should be lifted
        dtlock = float(lastmodified + getlocklasts())
        dtnow = float(timenow())
        #If time now is great than or equal to the time when lock should be lifted
        if dtnow >= dtlock:
            logkpr('checklockacct: %s should be unlocked, unlocking..' % u)
            unlockuser(u)
            logkpr('checklockacct: removing %s.lock file..' % u)
            remove(f)

## File defs
def fileisok(fname):
    #File exists and is today's?
    if isfile(fname) and fromtoday(fname):
        return True
    return False

def getusers():
    u = getcmdoutput('users.timekpr')
    u = u.split()
    u = set(u)
    return list(u)

def issessionalive(user):
    # Checking if session process still running
    # Should it check against username and pid?
    # Returns:    True if process is still there (user logged in),
    #        False if user has logged out
    for u in getusers():
        if u == user:
            return True
    return False

def gettime(tfile, username):
    #Adds time to the timefile
    if fileisok(tfile):
        logkpr("This day\'s %s.time file exists, adding time" % username)
        t = open(tfile)
        newtime = int(t.readline()) + VAR['POLLTIME']
    else:
        t = open(tfile, 'w')
        newtime = VAR['POLLTIME']
    t.close()
    writetime(tfile, newtime)
    return newtime

def writetime(tfile, time):
    #Write time to timefile
    f = open(tfile, 'w')
    f.write(str(time))

def threadit(sleeptime, command, *args):
    t = Timer(sleeptime, command, args)
    t.start()

def addnotified(u):
    #Adds username to notifiedusers list, so it does not re-notify them
    try:
        notifiedusers.index(u)
    except ValueError:
        notifiedusers.append(u)

def isnotified(u):
    #Checks if username is already in notifiedusers list
    try:
        notifiedusers.index(u)
    except ValueError:
        return False
    return True

def removenotified(u):
    #Removes username from notifiedusers list, so it does not re-notify them
    try:
        notifiedusers.index(u)
    except ValueError:
        return
    notifiedusers.remove(u)

logkpr('Starting timekpr version %s' % getversion())
logkpr('Variables: GRACEPERIOD: %s POLLTIME: %s DEBUGME: %s LOCKLASTS: %s' % (\
        VAR['GRACEPERIOD'],
        VAR['POLLTIME'],
        VAR['DEBUGME'],
        VAR['LOCKLASTS']))
logkpr('Directories: LOGFILE: %s TIMEKPRDIR: %s TIMEKPRWORK: %s TIMEKPRSHARED: %s' % (\
        VAR['LOGFILE'],
        VAR['TIMEKPRDIR'],
        VAR['TIMEKPRWORK'],
        VAR['TIMEKPRSHARED']))

while (True):
    # Check if any accounts should be unlocked and re-activate them
    checklockacct()
    # Check if we have passed midnight, ie new day
    if THISDAY != strftime("%Y%m%d"):
        THISDAY = strftime("%Y%m%d")

    # Get the usernames and PIDs of sessions
    for username in getusers():
        conffile = VAR['TIMEKPRDIR'] + '/' + username
        # Check if user configfile exists and if user was not already notified
        if not isnotified(username):
            logkpr('configuration file for %s exists' % username)
            # Read lists: from, to and limit
            limits, bfrom, bto = readusersettings(username, conffile)
            timefile = VAR['TIMEKPRWORK'] + '/' + username + '.time'
            allowfile = VAR['TIMEKPRWORK'] + '/' + username + '.allow'
            latefile = VAR['TIMEKPRWORK'] + '/' + username + '.late'
            logoutfile = VAR['TIMEKPRWORK'] + '/' + username + '.logout'

            time = int(gettime(timefile, username))
            '''Is the user allowed to be logged in at this time?
            We take it for granted that if they are allowed to login all day ($default_limit) then
            they can login whenever they want, ie they are normal users'''

            # Get current day index and hour of day
            index = int(strftime("%w"))
            hour = int(strftime("%H"))

            logkpr('User: %s Day-Index: %s Seconds-passed: %s' % (username, index, time))

            # Compare: is current hour less than the one in bfrom list?
            if (hour < bfrom[index]):
                logkpr('Current hour less than the defined hour in conffile for user %s' % username)
                if isfile(allowfile):
                    if not fromtoday(allowfile):
                        logkpr('Extended login hours detected from %s.allow, but not from today' % username)
                        threadit(0.5, logOut, username)
                        remove(allowfile)
                else:
                    # User has not been given extended login hours
                    logkpr('Extended hours not detected, %s not in allowed period from-to' %username)
                    threadit(0.5, logOut, username)

            # Compare: is current hour greater/equal to $to array?
            if (hour >= bto[index]):
                logkpr('Current hour greater than the defined hour in conffile for user %s' % username)
                # Has the user been given extended login hours?
                if isfile(allowfile):
                    if not fromtoday(allowfile):
                        logkpr('Extended login hours detected from %s.allow, but not from today' % username)
                        # Has the user been late-kicked today?
                        if isfile(latefile):
                            if fromtoday(latefile):
                                logkpr('User %s has been late-kicked today' % username)
                                threadit(0.5, logOut, username)
                                remove(allowfile)
                                #Lock account
                                lockacct(username)
                            else:
                                logkpr('User %s has NOT been late-kicked today' % username)
                                threadit(float(VAR['GRACEPERIOD']), logOut, username, latefile)
                                threadit(float(VAR['GRACEPERIOD']), remove, allowfile)
                                addnotified(username)
                                threadit(VAR['GRACEPERIOD'], removenotified, username)
                                lockacct(username)
                    else:
                        logkpr('Extended login hours detected - %s.allow is from today' % username)
                else:
                    # User has not been given extended login hours
                    logkpr('Extended hours and %s.allow file not detected, %s not in allowed period from-to' % (username, username))
                    if isfile(latefile) and fromtoday(latefile):
                        logkpr('User %s has been late-kicked today' % username)
                        threadit(0.5, logOut, username)
                        #Lock account
                        lockacct(username)
                    else:
                        logkpr('User %s has NOT been late-kicked today' % username)
                        threadit(float(VAR['GRACEPERIOD']), logOut, username, latefile)
                        addnotified(username)
                        threadit(VAR['GRACEPERIOD'], removenotified, username)
                        lockacct(username)

            # Is the limit exeeded
            # Also includes a fix for a bug that caused an unrestricted user to be kicked and locked at midnight
            if (time > limits[index] and not limits[index] == 86400):
                logkpr('Exceeded today\'s access login duration user %s' % username)
                # Has the user already been kicked out?
                if isfile(logoutfile):
                    logkpr('Found %s.logout' % username)
                    # Was he kicked out today?
                    if fromtoday(logoutfile):
                        logkpr('%s has been kicked out today' % username)
                        threadit(0.5, logOut, username)
                        #Lock account
                        lockacct(username)
                    else:
                        # The user has not been kicked out today
                        logkpr('%s has been kicked out, but not today' % username)
                        threadit(float(VAR['GRACEPERIOD']), logOut, username, logoutfile)
                        addnotified(username)
                        threadit(VAR['GRACEPERIOD'], removenotified, username)
                        lockacct(username)
                else:
                    # The user has not been kicked out before
                    logkpr('Not found: %s.logout' % username)
                    threadit(float(VAR['GRACEPERIOD']), logOut, username, logoutfile)
                    addnotified(username)
                    threadit(VAR['GRACEPERIOD'], removenotified, username)
                    lockacct(username)

    # Done checking all users, sleeping
    logkpr('Finished checking all users, sleeping for %s seconds' % VAR['POLLTIME'])
    sleep(VAR['POLLTIME'])