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# Copyright (C) 2003-2007  Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net>
# This file is part of paramiko.
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Server-mode SFTP support.

import os
import errno

from Crypto.Hash import MD5, SHA
from paramiko.common import *
from paramiko.server import SubsystemHandler
from paramiko.sftp import *
from paramiko.sftp_si import *
from paramiko.sftp_attr import *

# known hash algorithms for the "check-file" extension
_hash_class = {
    'sha1': SHA,
    'md5': MD5,

00041 class SFTPServer (BaseSFTP, SubsystemHandler):
    Server-side SFTP subsystem support.  Since this is a L{SubsystemHandler},
    it can be (and is meant to be) set as the handler for C{"sftp"} requests.
    Use L{Transport.set_subsystem_handler} to activate this class.

00048     def __init__(self, channel, name, server, sftp_si=SFTPServerInterface, *largs, **kwargs):
        The constructor for SFTPServer is meant to be called from within the
        L{Transport} as a subsystem handler.  C{server} and any additional
        parameters or keyword parameters are passed from the original call to

        @param channel: channel passed from the L{Transport}.
        @type channel: L{Channel}
        @param name: name of the requested subsystem.
        @type name: str
        @param server: the server object associated with this channel and
        @type server: L{ServerInterface}
        @param sftp_si: a subclass of L{SFTPServerInterface} to use for handling
            individual requests.
        @type sftp_si: class
        SubsystemHandler.__init__(self, channel, name, server)
        transport = channel.get_transport()
        self.logger = util.get_logger(transport.get_log_channel() + '.sftp')
        self.ultra_debug = transport.get_hexdump()
        self.next_handle = 1
        # map of handle-string to SFTPHandle for files & folders:
        self.file_table = { }
        self.folder_table = { }
        self.server = sftp_si(server, *largs, **kwargs)
    def _log(self, level, msg):
        if issubclass(type(msg), list):
            for m in msg:
                super(SFTPServer, self)._log(level, "[chan " + self.sock.get_name() + "] " + m)
            super(SFTPServer, self)._log(level, "[chan " + self.sock.get_name() + "] " + msg)
00084     def start_subsystem(self, name, transport, channel):
        self.sock = channel
        self._log(DEBUG, 'Started sftp server on channel %s' % repr(channel))
        while True:
                t, data = self._read_packet()
            except EOFError:
                self._log(DEBUG, 'EOF -- end of session')
            except Exception, e:
                self._log(DEBUG, 'Exception on channel: ' + str(e))
                self._log(DEBUG, util.tb_strings())
            msg = Message(data)
            request_number = msg.get_int()
                self._process(t, request_number, msg)
            except Exception, e:
                self._log(DEBUG, 'Exception in server processing: ' + str(e))
                self._log(DEBUG, util.tb_strings())
                # send some kind of failure message, at least
                    self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_FAILURE)

00112     def finish_subsystem(self):
        super(SFTPServer, self).finish_subsystem()
        # close any file handles that were left open (so we can return them to the OS quickly)
        for f in self.file_table.itervalues():
        for f in self.folder_table.itervalues():
        self.file_table = {}
        self.folder_table = {}

00123     def convert_errno(e):
        Convert an errno value (as from an C{OSError} or C{IOError}) into a
        standard SFTP result code.  This is a convenience function for trapping
        exceptions in server code and returning an appropriate result.

        @param e: an errno code, as from C{OSError.errno}.
        @type e: int
        @return: an SFTP error code like L{SFTP_NO_SUCH_FILE}.
        @rtype: int
        if e == errno.EACCES:
            # permission denied
            return SFTP_PERMISSION_DENIED
        elif (e == errno.ENOENT) or (e == errno.ENOTDIR):
            # no such file
            return SFTP_NO_SUCH_FILE
            return SFTP_FAILURE
    convert_errno = staticmethod(convert_errno)

00144     def set_file_attr(filename, attr):
        Change a file's attributes on the local filesystem.  The contents of
        C{attr} are used to change the permissions, owner, group ownership,
        and/or modification & access time of the file, depending on which
        attributes are present in C{attr}.

        This is meant to be a handy helper function for translating SFTP file
        requests into local file operations.
        @param filename: name of the file to alter (should usually be an
            absolute path).
        @type filename: str
        @param attr: attributes to change.
        @type attr: L{SFTPAttributes}
        if sys.platform != 'win32':
            # mode operations are meaningless on win32
            if attr._flags & attr.FLAG_PERMISSIONS:
                os.chmod(filename, attr.st_mode)
            if attr._flags & attr.FLAG_UIDGID:
                os.chown(filename, attr.st_uid, attr.st_gid)
        if attr._flags & attr.FLAG_AMTIME:
            os.utime(filename, (attr.st_atime, attr.st_mtime))
        if attr._flags & attr.FLAG_SIZE:
            open(filename, 'w+').truncate(attr.st_size)
    set_file_attr = staticmethod(set_file_attr)

    ###  internals...

    def _response(self, request_number, t, *arg):
        msg = Message()
        for item in arg:
            if type(item) is int:
            elif type(item) is long:
            elif type(item) is str:
            elif type(item) is SFTPAttributes:
                raise Exception('unknown type for ' + repr(item) + ' type ' + repr(type(item)))
        self._send_packet(t, str(msg))

    def _send_handle_response(self, request_number, handle, folder=False):
        if not issubclass(type(handle), SFTPHandle):
            # must be error code
            self._send_status(request_number, handle)
        handle._set_name('hx%d' % self.next_handle)
        self.next_handle += 1
        if folder:
            self.folder_table[handle._get_name()] = handle
            self.file_table[handle._get_name()] = handle
        self._response(request_number, CMD_HANDLE, handle._get_name())

    def _send_status(self, request_number, code, desc=None):
        if desc is None:
                desc = SFTP_DESC[code]
            except IndexError:
                desc = 'Unknown'
        # some clients expect a "langauge" tag at the end (but don't mind it being blank)
        self._response(request_number, CMD_STATUS, code, desc, '')

    def _open_folder(self, request_number, path):
        resp = self.server.list_folder(path)
        if issubclass(type(resp), list):
            # got an actual list of filenames in the folder
            folder = SFTPHandle()
            self._send_handle_response(request_number, folder, True)
        # must be an error code
        self._send_status(request_number, resp)

    def _read_folder(self, request_number, folder):
        flist = folder._get_next_files()
        if len(flist) == 0:
            self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_EOF)
        msg = Message()
        for attr in flist:
        self._send_packet(CMD_NAME, str(msg))

    def _check_file(self, request_number, msg):
        # this extension actually comes from v6 protocol, but since it's an
        # extension, i feel like we can reasonably support it backported.
        # it's very useful for verifying uploaded files or checking for
        # rsync-like differences between local and remote files.
        handle = msg.get_string()
        alg_list = msg.get_list()
        start = msg.get_int64()
        length = msg.get_int64()
        block_size = msg.get_int()
        if handle not in self.file_table:
            self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_BAD_MESSAGE, 'Invalid handle')
        f = self.file_table[handle]
        for x in alg_list:
            if x in _hash_class:
                algname = x
                alg = _hash_class[x]
            self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_FAILURE, 'No supported hash types found')
        if length == 0:
            st = f.stat()
            if not issubclass(type(st), SFTPAttributes):
                self._send_status(request_number, st, 'Unable to stat file')
            length = st.st_size - start
        if block_size == 0:
            block_size = length
        if block_size < 256:
            self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_FAILURE, 'Block size too small')

        sum_out = ''
        offset = start
        while offset < start + length:
            blocklen = min(block_size, start + length - offset)
            # don't try to read more than about 64KB at a time
            chunklen = min(blocklen, 65536)
            count = 0
            hash_obj = alg.new()
            while count < blocklen:
                data = f.read(offset, chunklen)
                if not type(data) is str:
                    self._send_status(request_number, data, 'Unable to hash file')
                count += len(data)
                offset += count
            sum_out += hash_obj.digest()

        msg = Message()
        self._send_packet(CMD_EXTENDED_REPLY, str(msg))
    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
            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

    def _process(self, t, request_number, msg):
        self._log(DEBUG, 'Request: %s' % CMD_NAMES[t])
        if t == CMD_OPEN:
            path = msg.get_string()
            flags = self._convert_pflags(msg.get_int())
            attr = SFTPAttributes._from_msg(msg)
            self._send_handle_response(request_number, self.server.open(path, flags, attr))
        elif t == CMD_CLOSE:
            handle = msg.get_string()
            if handle in self.folder_table:
                del self.folder_table[handle]
                self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_OK)
            if handle in self.file_table:
                del self.file_table[handle]
                self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_OK)
            self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_BAD_MESSAGE, 'Invalid handle')
        elif t == CMD_READ:
            handle = msg.get_string()
            offset = msg.get_int64()
            length = msg.get_int()
            if handle not in self.file_table:
                self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_BAD_MESSAGE, 'Invalid handle')
            data = self.file_table[handle].read(offset, length)
            if type(data) is str:
                if len(data) == 0:
                    self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_EOF)
                    self._response(request_number, CMD_DATA, data)
                self._send_status(request_number, data)
        elif t == CMD_WRITE:
            handle = msg.get_string()
            offset = msg.get_int64()
            data = msg.get_string()
            if handle not in self.file_table:
                self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_BAD_MESSAGE, 'Invalid handle')
            self._send_status(request_number, self.file_table[handle].write(offset, data))
        elif t == CMD_REMOVE:
            path = msg.get_string()
            self._send_status(request_number, self.server.remove(path))
        elif t == CMD_RENAME:
            oldpath = msg.get_string()
            newpath = msg.get_string()
            self._send_status(request_number, self.server.rename(oldpath, newpath))
        elif t == CMD_MKDIR:
            path = msg.get_string()
            attr = SFTPAttributes._from_msg(msg)
            self._send_status(request_number, self.server.mkdir(path, attr))
        elif t == CMD_RMDIR:
            path = msg.get_string()
            self._send_status(request_number, self.server.rmdir(path))
        elif t == CMD_OPENDIR:
            path = msg.get_string()
            self._open_folder(request_number, path)
        elif t == CMD_READDIR:
            handle = msg.get_string()
            if handle not in self.folder_table:
                self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_BAD_MESSAGE, 'Invalid handle')
            folder = self.folder_table[handle]
            self._read_folder(request_number, folder)
        elif t == CMD_STAT:
            path = msg.get_string()
            resp = self.server.stat(path)
            if issubclass(type(resp), SFTPAttributes):
                self._response(request_number, CMD_ATTRS, resp)
                self._send_status(request_number, resp)
        elif t == CMD_LSTAT:
            path = msg.get_string()
            resp = self.server.lstat(path)
            if issubclass(type(resp), SFTPAttributes):
                self._response(request_number, CMD_ATTRS, resp)
                self._send_status(request_number, resp)
        elif t == CMD_FSTAT:
            handle = msg.get_string()
            if handle not in self.file_table:
                self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_BAD_MESSAGE, 'Invalid handle')
            resp = self.file_table[handle].stat()
            if issubclass(type(resp), SFTPAttributes):
                self._response(request_number, CMD_ATTRS, resp)
                self._send_status(request_number, resp)
        elif t == CMD_SETSTAT:
            path = msg.get_string()
            attr = SFTPAttributes._from_msg(msg)
            self._send_status(request_number, self.server.chattr(path, attr))
        elif t == CMD_FSETSTAT:
            handle = msg.get_string()
            attr = SFTPAttributes._from_msg(msg)
            if handle not in self.file_table:
                self._response(request_number, SFTP_BAD_MESSAGE, 'Invalid handle')
            self._send_status(request_number, self.file_table[handle].chattr(attr))
        elif t == CMD_READLINK:
            path = msg.get_string()
            resp = self.server.readlink(path)
            if type(resp) is str:
                self._response(request_number, CMD_NAME, 1, resp, '', SFTPAttributes())
                self._send_status(request_number, resp)
        elif t == CMD_SYMLINK:
            # the sftp 2 draft is incorrect here!  path always follows target_path
            target_path = msg.get_string()
            path = msg.get_string()
            self._send_status(request_number, self.server.symlink(target_path, path))
        elif t == CMD_REALPATH:
            path = msg.get_string()
            rpath = self.server.canonicalize(path)
            self._response(request_number, CMD_NAME, 1, rpath, '', SFTPAttributes())
        elif t == CMD_EXTENDED:
            tag = msg.get_string()
            if tag == 'check-file':
                self._check_file(request_number, msg)
                self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_OP_UNSUPPORTED)
            self._send_status(request_number, SFTP_OP_UNSUPPORTED)

from paramiko.sftp_handle import SFTPHandle

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