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#!/usr/bin/python

# Copyright (C) 2010 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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from k5test import *

# Create a bare-bones KDC.
realm = K5Realm(create_user=False, create_host=False)

# Create principals with various password expirations.
realm.run([kadminl, 'addprinc', '-pw', 'pass', 'noexpire'])
realm.run([kadminl, 'addprinc', '-pw', 'pass', '-pwexpire', '30 minutes',
           'minutes'])
realm.run([kadminl, 'addprinc', '-pw', 'pass', '-pwexpire', '12 hours',
           'hours'])
realm.run([kadminl, 'addprinc', '-pw', 'pass', '-pwexpire', '3 days', 'days'])

# Check for expected prompter warnings when no expire callback is used.
output = realm.run(['./t_expire_warn', 'noexpire', 'pass', '0'])
if output:
    fail('Unexpected output for noexpire')
output = realm.run(['./t_expire_warn', 'minutes', 'pass', '0'])
if ' less than one hour on ' not in output:
    fail('Expected warning not seen for minutes')
output = realm.run(['./t_expire_warn', 'hours', 'pass', '0'])
if ' hours on ' not in output:
    fail('Expected warning not seen for hours')
output = realm.run(['./t_expire_warn', 'days', 'pass', '0'])
if ' days on ' not in output:
    fail('Expected warning not seen for days')

# Check for expected expire callback behavior.  These tests are
# carefully agnostic about whether the KDC supports last_req fields,
# and could be made more specific if last_req support is added.
output = realm.run(['./t_expire_warn', 'noexpire', 'pass', '1'])
if 'password_expiration = 0\n' not in output or \
        'account_expiration = 0\n' not in output or \
        'is_last_req = ' not in output:
    fail('Expected callback output not seen for noexpire')
output = realm.run(['./t_expire_warn', 'days', 'pass', '1'])
if 'password_expiration = ' not in output or \
        'password_expiration = 0\n' in output:
    fail('Expected non-zero password expiration not seen for days')

success('Password expiration warning tests')