class Net::SSH::Proxy::Command

An implementation of a command proxy. To use it, instantiate it, then pass the instantiated object via the :proxy key to Net::SSH.start:

require 'net/ssh/proxy/command'

proxy = Net::SSH::Proxy::Command.new('ssh relay nc %h %p')
Net::SSH.start('host', 'user', :proxy => proxy) do |ssh|
  ...
end

Attributes

command_line[R]

The command line for the session

command_line_template[R]

The command line template

Public Class Methods

new(command_line_template) click to toggle source

Create a new socket factory that tunnels via a command executed with the user's shell, which is composed from the given command template. In the command template, `%h' will be substituted by the host name to connect and `%p' by the port.

# File lib/net/ssh/proxy/command.rb, line 30
def initialize(command_line_template)
  @command_line_template = command_line_template
  @command_line = nil
end

Public Instance Methods

open(host, port, connection_options = nil) click to toggle source

Return a new socket connected to the given host and port via the proxy that was requested when the socket factory was instantiated.

# File lib/net/ssh/proxy/command.rb, line 37
def open(host, port, connection_options = nil)
  command_line = @command_line_template.gsub(/%(.)/) {
    case $1
    when 'h'
      host
    when 'p'
      port.to_s
    when 'r'
      remote_user = connection_options && connection_options[:remote_user]
      if remote_user
        remote_user
      else
        raise ArgumentError, "remote user name not available"
      end
    when '%'
      '%'
    else
      raise ArgumentError, "unknown key: #{$1}"
    end
  }
  begin
    io = IO.popen(command_line, "r+")
    if result = Net::SSH::Compat.io_select([io], nil, [io], 60)
      if result.last.any?
        raise "command failed"
      end
    else
      raise "command timed out"
    end
  rescue => e
    raise ConnectError, "#{e}: #{command_line}"
  end
  @command_line = command_line
  if Gem.win_platform?
    # read_nonblock and write_nonblock are not available on Windows
    # pipe. Use sysread and syswrite as a replacement works.
    def io.send(data, flag)
      syswrite(data)
    end

    def io.recv(size)
      sysread(size)
    end
  else
    def io.send(data, flag)
      begin
        result = write_nonblock(data)
      rescue IO::WaitWritable, Errno::EINTR
        IO.select(nil, [self])
        retry
      end
      result
    end

    def io.recv(size)
      begin
        result = read_nonblock(size)
      rescue IO::WaitReadable, Errno::EINTR
        timeout_in_seconds = 20
        if IO.select([self], nil, [self], timeout_in_seconds) == nil
          raise "Unexpected spurious read wakeup"
        end
        retry
      end
      result
    end
  end
  io
end