OpenStack Block Storage (Cinder)
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# Copyright 2011 OpenStack Foundation
# Copyright 2011 Justin Santa Barbara
# All Rights Reserved.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
# not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
# a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
# License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
# under the License.
import os
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_log import log as logging
from oslo_utils import importutils
import webob.dec
import webob.exc
import cinder.api.openstack
from cinder.api.openstack import wsgi
from cinder import exception
import cinder.policy
CONF = cfg.CONF
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
FILES_TO_SKIP = ['resource_common_manage.py']
class ExtensionDescriptor(object):
"""Base class that defines the contract for extensions.
Note that you don't have to derive from this class to have a valid
extension; it is purely a convenience.
"""
# The name of the extension, e.g., 'Fox In Socks'
name = None
# The alias for the extension, e.g., 'FOXNSOX'
alias = None
# The timestamp when the extension was last updated, e.g.,
# '2011-01-22T13:25:27-06:00'
updated = None
def __init__(self, ext_mgr):
"""Register extension with the extension manager."""
ext_mgr.register(self)
self.ext_mgr = ext_mgr
def get_resources(self):
"""List of extensions.ResourceExtension extension objects.
Resources define new nouns, and are accessible through URLs.
"""
resources = []
return resources
def get_controller_extensions(self):
"""List of extensions.ControllerExtension extension objects.
Controller extensions are used to extend existing controllers.
"""
controller_exts = []
return controller_exts
class ExtensionsResource(wsgi.Resource):
def __init__(self, extension_manager):
self.extension_manager = extension_manager
super(ExtensionsResource, self).__init__(None)
def _translate(self, ext):
ext_data = {}
ext_data['name'] = ext.name
ext_data['alias'] = ext.alias
ext_data['description'] = ext.__doc__
ext_data['updated'] = ext.updated
ext_data['links'] = [] # TODO(dprince): implement extension links
return ext_data
def index(self, req):
extensions = []
for _alias, ext in self.extension_manager.extensions.items():
extensions.append(self._translate(ext))
return dict(extensions=extensions)
def show(self, req, id):
try:
# NOTE(dprince): the extensions alias is used as the 'id' for show
ext = self.extension_manager.extensions[id]
except KeyError:
raise webob.exc.HTTPNotFound()
return dict(extension=self._translate(ext))
def delete(self, req, id):
raise webob.exc.HTTPNotFound()
def create(self, req):
raise webob.exc.HTTPNotFound()
class ExtensionManager(object):
"""Load extensions from the configured extension path.
See cinder/tests/api/extensions/foxinsocks/extension.py for an
example extension implementation.
"""
def __init__(self):
LOG.debug('Initializing extension manager.')
self.cls_list = CONF.osapi_volume_extension
self.extensions = {}
self._load_extensions()
def is_loaded(self, alias):
return alias in self.extensions
def register(self, ext):
# Do nothing if the extension doesn't check out
if not self._check_extension(ext):
return
alias = ext.alias
LOG.debug('Loaded extension: %s', alias)
if alias in self.extensions:
raise exception.Error("Found duplicate extension: %s" % alias)
self.extensions[alias] = ext
def get_resources(self):
"""Returns a list of ResourceExtension objects."""
resources = []
resources.append(ResourceExtension('extensions',
ExtensionsResource(self)))
for ext in self.extensions.values():
try:
resources.extend(ext.get_resources())
except AttributeError:
# NOTE(dprince): Extension aren't required to have resource
# extensions
pass
return resources
def get_controller_extensions(self):
"""Returns a list of ControllerExtension objects."""
controller_exts = []
for ext in self.extensions.values():
try:
get_ext_method = ext.get_controller_extensions
except AttributeError:
# NOTE(Vek): Extensions aren't required to have
# controller extensions
continue
controller_exts.extend(get_ext_method())
return controller_exts
def _check_extension(self, extension):
"""Checks for required methods in extension objects."""
try:
LOG.debug('Ext name: %s', extension.name)
LOG.debug('Ext alias: %s', extension.alias)
LOG.debug('Ext description: %s',
' '.join(extension.__doc__.strip().split()))
LOG.debug('Ext updated: %s', extension.updated)
except AttributeError:
LOG.exception("Exception loading extension.")
return False
return True
def load_extension(self, ext_factory):
"""Execute an extension factory.
Loads an extension. The 'ext_factory' is the name of a
callable that will be imported and called with one
argument--the extension manager. The factory callable is
expected to call the register() method at least once.
"""
LOG.debug("Loading extension %s", ext_factory)
# Load the factory
factory = importutils.import_class(ext_factory)
# Call it
LOG.debug("Calling extension factory %s", ext_factory)
factory(self)
def _load_extensions(self):
"""Load extensions specified on the command line."""
extensions = list(self.cls_list)
for ext_factory in extensions:
try:
self.load_extension(ext_factory)
except Exception as exc:
LOG.warning('Failed to load extension %(ext_factory)s: '
'%(exc)s',
{'ext_factory': ext_factory, 'exc': exc})
class ControllerExtension(object):
"""Extend core controllers of cinder OpenStack API.
Provide a way to extend existing cinder OpenStack API core
controllers.
"""
def __init__(self, extension, collection, controller):
self.extension = extension
self.collection = collection
self.controller = controller
class ResourceExtension(object):
"""Add top level resources to the OpenStack API in cinder."""
def __init__(self, collection, controller, parent=None,
collection_actions=None, member_actions=None,
custom_routes_fn=None):
if not collection_actions:
collection_actions = {}
if not member_actions:
member_actions = {}
self.collection = collection
self.controller = controller
self.parent = parent
self.collection_actions = collection_actions
self.member_actions = member_actions
self.custom_routes_fn = custom_routes_fn
def load_standard_extensions(ext_mgr, logger, path, package, ext_list=None):
"""Registers all standard API extensions."""
# Walk through all the modules in our directory...
our_dir = path[0]
for dirpath, dirnames, filenames in os.walk(our_dir):
# Compute the relative package name from the dirpath
relpath = os.path.relpath(dirpath, our_dir)
if relpath == '.':
relpkg = ''
else:
relpkg = '.%s' % '.'.join(relpath.split(os.sep))
# Now, consider each file in turn, only considering .py and .pyc files
for fname in filenames:
root, ext = os.path.splitext(fname)
# Skip __init__ and anything that's not .py and .pyc
if ((ext not in ('.py', '.pyc')) or root == '__init__' or
fname in FILES_TO_SKIP):
continue
# If .pyc and .py both exist, skip .pyc
if ext == '.pyc' and ((root + '.py') in filenames):
continue
# Try loading it
classname = "%s%s" % (root[0].upper(), root[1:])
classpath = ("%s%s.%s.%s" %
(package, relpkg, root, classname))
if ext_list is not None and classname not in ext_list:
logger.debug("Skipping extension: %s", classpath)
continue
try:
ext_mgr.load_extension(classpath)
except Exception as exc:
logger.warning('Failed to load extension %(classpath)s: '
'%(exc)s',
{'classpath': classpath, 'exc': exc})
# Now, let's consider any subdirectories we may have...
subdirs = []
for dname in dirnames:
# Skip it if it does not have __init__.py
if not os.path.exists(os.path.join(dirpath, dname,
'__init__.py')):
continue
# If it has extension(), delegate...
ext_name = ("%s%s.%s.extension" %
(package, relpkg, dname))
try:
ext = importutils.import_class(ext_name)
except ImportError:
# extension() doesn't exist on it, so we'll explore
# the directory for ourselves
subdirs.append(dname)
else:
try:
ext(ext_mgr)
except Exception as exc:
logger.warning('Failed to load extension '
'%(ext_name)s: %(exc)s',
{'ext_name': ext_name, 'exc': exc})
# Update the list of directories we'll explore...
dirnames[:] = subdirs
def extension_authorizer(api_name, extension_name):
def authorize(context, target=None, action=None):
if target is None:
target = {'project_id': context.project_id,
'user_id': context.user_id}
if action is None:
act = '%s_extension:%s' % (api_name, extension_name)
else:
act = '%s_extension:%s:%s' % (api_name, extension_name, action)
cinder.policy.authorize(context, act, target)
return authorize