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#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""CLI interface for cinder management."""
import collections
import collections.abc as collections_abc
import logging as python_logging
import sys
import time
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_db import exception as db_exc
from oslo_db.sqlalchemy import migration
from oslo_log import log as logging
from oslo_utils import timeutils
import tabulate
# Need to register global_opts
from cinder.backup import rpcapi as backup_rpcapi
from cinder.common import config # noqa
from cinder.common import constants
from cinder import context
from cinder import db
from cinder.db import migration as db_migration
from cinder.db.sqlalchemy import api as db_api
from cinder.db.sqlalchemy import models
from cinder import exception
from cinder.i18n import _
from cinder import objects
from cinder.objects import base as ovo_base
from cinder import quota
from cinder import rpc
from cinder.scheduler import rpcapi as scheduler_rpcapi
from cinder import version
from cinder.volume import rpcapi as volume_rpcapi
from cinder.volume import volume_utils
CONF = cfg.CONF
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
RPC_VERSIONS = {
'cinder-scheduler': scheduler_rpcapi.SchedulerAPI.RPC_API_VERSION,
'cinder-volume': volume_rpcapi.VolumeAPI.RPC_API_VERSION,
'cinder-backup': backup_rpcapi.BackupAPI.RPC_API_VERSION,
}
OVO_VERSION = ovo_base.OBJ_VERSIONS.get_current()
def _get_non_shared_target_hosts(ctxt):
hosts = []
numvols_needing_update = 0
rpc.init(CONF)
rpcapi = volume_rpcapi.VolumeAPI()
services = objects.ServiceList.get_all_by_topic(ctxt,
constants.VOLUME_TOPIC)
for service in services:
capabilities = rpcapi.get_capabilities(ctxt, service.host, True)
# Select only non iSCSI connections and iSCSI that are explicit
if (capabilities.get('storage_protocol') != 'iSCSI' or
not capabilities.get('shared_targets', True)):
hosts.append(service.host)
numvols_needing_update += db_api.model_query(
ctxt, models.Volume).filter_by(
shared_targets=True,
service_uuid=service.uuid).count()
return hosts, numvols_needing_update
# Decorators for actions
def args(*args, **kwargs):
args = list(args)
if not args[0].startswith('-') and '-' in args[0]:
kwargs.setdefault('metavar', args[0])
args[0] = args[0].replace('-', '_')
def _decorator(func):
func.__dict__.setdefault('args', []).insert(0, (args, kwargs))
return func
return _decorator
def _db_error(caught_exception):
print('%s' % caught_exception)
print(_("The above error may show that the database has not "
"been created.\nPlease create a database using "
"'cinder-manage db sync' before running this command."))
sys.exit(1)
class HostCommands(object):
"""List hosts."""
@args('zone', nargs='?', default=None,
help='Availability Zone (default: %(default)s)')
def list(self, zone=None):
"""Show a list of all physical hosts.
Can be filtered by zone.
args: [zone]
"""
print(_("%(host)-25s\t%(zone)-15s") % {'host': 'host', 'zone': 'zone'})
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
services = objects.ServiceList.get_all(ctxt)
if zone:
services = [s for s in services if s.availability_zone == zone]
hosts = []
for srv in services:
if not [h for h in hosts if h['host'] == srv['host']]:
hosts.append(srv)
for h in hosts:
print(_("%(host)-25s\t%(availability_zone)-15s")
% {'host': h['host'],
'availability_zone': h['availability_zone']})
class DbCommands(object):
"""Class for managing the database."""
# NOTE: Online migrations cannot depend on having Cinder services running.
# Migrations can be called during Fast-Forward Upgrades without having any
# Cinder services up.
# NOTE; Online migrations must be removed at the beginning of the next
# release to the one they've been introduced. A comment with the release
# a migration is introduced and the one where it must be removed must
# preceed any element of the "online_migrations" tuple, like this:
# # Added in Queens remove in Rocky
# db.service_uuids_online_data_migration,
online_migrations = tuple()
def __init__(self):
pass
@args('version', nargs='?', default=None, type=int,
help='Database version')
@args('--bump-versions', dest='bump_versions', default=False,
action='store_true',
help='Update RPC and Objects versions when doing offline upgrades, '
'with this we no longer need to restart the services twice '
'after the upgrade to prevent ServiceTooOld exceptions.')
def sync(self, version=None, bump_versions=False):
"""Sync the database up to the most recent version."""
if version is not None and version > db.MAX_INT:
print(_('Version should be less than or equal to '
'%(max_version)d.') % {'max_version': db.MAX_INT})
sys.exit(1)
try:
result = db_migration.db_sync(version)
except db_exc.DBMigrationError as ex:
print("Error during database migration: %s" % ex)
sys.exit(1)
try:
if bump_versions:
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
services = objects.ServiceList.get_all(ctxt)
for service in services:
rpc_version = RPC_VERSIONS[service.binary]
if (service.rpc_current_version != rpc_version or
service.object_current_version != OVO_VERSION):
service.rpc_current_version = rpc_version
service.object_current_version = OVO_VERSION
service.save()
except Exception as ex:
print(_('Error during service version bump: %s') % ex)
sys.exit(2)
return result
def version(self):
"""Print the current database version."""
print(migration.db_version(db_api.get_engine(),
db_migration.MIGRATE_REPO_PATH,
db_migration.INIT_VERSION))
@args('age_in_days', type=int,
help='Purge deleted rows older than age in days')
def purge(self, age_in_days):
"""Purge deleted rows older than a given age from cinder tables."""
age_in_days = int(age_in_days)
if age_in_days < 0:
print(_("Must supply a positive value for age"))
sys.exit(1)
if age_in_days >= (int(time.time()) / 86400):
print(_("Maximum age is count of days since epoch."))
sys.exit(1)
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
try:
db.purge_deleted_rows(ctxt, age_in_days)
except db_exc.DBReferenceError:
print(_("Purge command failed, check cinder-manage "
"logs for more details."))
sys.exit(1)
def _run_migration(self, ctxt, max_count):
ran = 0
exceptions = False
migrations = {}
for migration_meth in self.online_migrations:
count = max_count - ran
try:
found, done = migration_meth(ctxt, count)
except Exception:
msg = (_("Error attempting to run %(method)s") %
{'method': migration_meth.__name__})
print(msg)
LOG.exception(msg)
exceptions = True
found = done = 0
name = migration_meth.__name__
if found:
print(_('%(found)i rows matched query %(meth)s, %(done)i '
'migrated') % {'found': found,
'meth': name,
'done': done})
migrations[name] = found, done
if max_count is not None:
ran += done
if ran >= max_count:
break
return migrations, exceptions
@args('--max_count', metavar='<number>', dest='max_count', type=int,
help='Maximum number of objects to consider.')
def online_data_migrations(self, max_count=None):
"""Perform online data migrations for the release in batches."""
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
if max_count is not None:
unlimited = False
if max_count < 1:
print(_('Must supply a positive value for max_count.'))
sys.exit(127)
else:
unlimited = True
max_count = 50
print(_('Running batches of %i until complete.') % max_count)
ran = None
exceptions = False
migration_info = {}
while ran is None or ran != 0:
migrations, exceptions = self._run_migration(ctxt, max_count)
ran = 0
for name in migrations:
migration_info.setdefault(name, (0, 0))
migration_info[name] = (
max(migration_info[name][0], migrations[name][0]),
migration_info[name][1] + migrations[name][1],
)
ran += migrations[name][1]
if not unlimited:
break
headers = ["{}".format(_('Migration')),
"{}".format(_('Total Needed')),
"{}".format(_('Completed')), ]
rows = []
for name in sorted(migration_info.keys()):
info = migration_info[name]
rows.append([name, info[0], info[1]])
print(tabulate.tabulate(rows, headers=headers, tablefmt='psql'))
# NOTE(imacdonn): In the "unlimited" case, the loop above will only
# terminate when all possible migrations have been effected. If we're
# still getting exceptions, there's a problem that requires
# intervention. In the max-count case, exceptions are only considered
# fatal if no work was done by any other migrations ("not ran"),
# because otherwise work may still remain to be done, and that work
# may resolve dependencies for the failing migrations.
if exceptions and (unlimited or not ran):
print(_("Some migrations failed unexpectedly. Check log for "
"details."))
sys.exit(2)
sys.exit(1 if ran else 0)
@args('--enable-replication', action='store_true', default=False,
help='Set replication status to enabled (default: %(default)s).')
@args('--active-backend-id', default=None,
help='Change the active backend ID (default: %(default)s).')
@args('--backend-host', required=True,
help='The backend host name.')
def reset_active_backend(self, enable_replication, active_backend_id,
backend_host):
"""Reset the active backend for a host."""
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
try:
db.reset_active_backend(ctxt, enable_replication,
active_backend_id, backend_host)
except db_exc.DBReferenceError:
print(_("Failed to reset active backend for host %s, "
"check cinder-manage logs for more details.") %
backend_host)
sys.exit(1)
class QuotaCommands(object):
"""Class for managing quota issues."""
def __init__(self):
pass
@args('--project-id', default=None,
help=('The ID of the project where we want to sync the quotas '
'(defaults to all projects).'))
def check(self, project_id):
"""Check if quotas and reservations are correct
This action checks quotas and reservations, for a specific project or
for all projects, to see if they are out of sync.
The check will also look for duplicated entries.
One way to use this check in combination with the sync action is to
run the check for all projects, take note of those that are out of
sync, and then sync them one by one at intervals to reduce stress on
the DB.
"""
result = self._check_sync(project_id, do_fix=False)
if result:
sys.exit(1)
@args('--project-id', default=None,
help=('The ID of the project where we want to sync the quotas '
'(defaults to all projects).'))
def sync(self, project_id):
"""Fix quotas and reservations
This action refreshes existing quota usage and reservation count for a
specific project or for all projects.
The refresh will also remove duplicated entries.
This operation is best executed when Cinder is not running, but it can
be run with cinder services running as well.
A different transaction is used for each project's quota sync, so an
action failure will only rollback the current project's changes.
"""
self._check_sync(project_id, do_fix=True)
def _get_quota_projects(self, ctxt, project_id):
"""Get project ids that have quota_usage entries."""
if project_id:
model = models.QuotaUsage
session = db_api.get_session()
# If the project does not exist
if not session.query(db_api.sql.exists().where(
db_api.and_(model.project_id == project_id,
~model.deleted))).scalar():
print('Project id %s has no quota usage. Nothing to do.' %
project_id)
return []
return [project_id]
projects = db_api.model_query(context,
models.QuotaUsage,
read_deleted="no").\
with_entities('project_id').\
distinct().\
all()
project_ids = [row.project_id for row in projects]
return project_ids
def _get_usages(self, ctxt, session, resources, project_id):
"""Get data necessary to check out of sync quota usage.
Returns a list QuotaUsage instances for the specific project
"""
usages = db_api.model_query(ctxt,
db_api.models.QuotaUsage,
read_deleted="no",
session=session).\
filter_by(project_id=project_id).\
with_for_update().\
all()
return usages
def _get_reservations(self, ctxt, session, project_id, usage_id):
"""Get reservations for a given project and usage id."""
reservations = db_api.model_query(ctxt, models.Reservation,
read_deleted="no",
session=session).\
filter_by(project_id=project_id, usage_id=usage_id).\
with_for_update().\
all()
return reservations
def _check_duplicates(self, ctxt, session, usages, do_fix):
"""Look for duplicated quota used entries (bug#1484343)
If we have duplicates and we are fixing them, then we reassign the
reservations of the usage we are removing.
"""
resources = collections.defaultdict(list)
for usage in usages:
resources[usage.resource].append(usage)
duplicates_found = False
result = []
for resource_usages in resources.values():
keep_usage = resource_usages[0]
if len(resource_usages) > 1:
duplicates_found = True
print('\t%s: %s duplicated usage entries - ' %
(keep_usage.resource, len(resource_usages) - 1),
end='')
if do_fix:
# Each of the duplicates can have reservations
reassigned = 0
for usage in resource_usages[1:]:
reservations = self._get_reservations(ctxt, session,
usage.project_id,
usage.id)
reassigned += len(reservations)
for reservation in reservations:
reservation.usage_id = keep_usage.id
keep_usage.in_use += usage.in_use
keep_usage.reserved += usage.reserved
usage.delete(session=session)
print('duplicates removed & %s reservations reassigned' %
reassigned)
else:
print('ignored')
result.append(keep_usage)
return result, duplicates_found
def _check_sync(self, project_id, do_fix):
"""Check the quotas and reservations optionally fixing them."""
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
# Get the quota usage types and their sync methods
resources = quota.QUOTAS.resources
# Get all project ids that have quota usage. Method doesn't lock
# projects, since newly added projects should not be out of sync and
# projects removed will just turn nothing on the quota usage.
projects = self._get_quota_projects(ctxt, project_id)
session = db_api.get_session()
action_msg = ' - fixed' if do_fix else ''
discrepancy = False
# NOTE: It's important to always get the quota first and then the
# reservations to prevent deadlocks with quota commit and rollback from
# running Cinder services.
for project in projects:
with session.begin():
print('Processing quota usage for project %s' % project)
# We only want to sync existing quota usage rows
usages = self._get_usages(ctxt, session, resources, project)
# Check for duplicated entries (bug#1484343)
usages, duplicates_found = self._check_duplicates(ctxt,
session,
usages,
do_fix)
if duplicates_found:
discrepancy = True
# Check quota and reservations
for usage in usages:
resource_name = usage.resource
# Get the correct value for this quota usage resource
updates = db_api._get_sync_updates(ctxt, project, session,
resources,
resource_name)
in_use = updates[resource_name]
if in_use != usage.in_use:
print('\t%s: invalid usage saved=%s actual=%s%s' %
(resource_name, usage.in_use, in_use,
action_msg))
discrepancy = True
if do_fix:
usage.in_use = in_use
reservations = self._get_reservations(ctxt, session,
project, usage.id)
num_reservations = sum(r.delta for r in reservations
if r.delta > 0)
if num_reservations != usage.reserved:
print('\t%s: invalid reserved saved=%s actual=%s%s' %
(resource_name, usage.reserved,
num_reservations, action_msg))
discrepancy = True
if do_fix:
usage.reserved = num_reservations
print('Action successfully completed')
return discrepancy
class VersionCommands(object):
"""Class for exposing the codebase version."""
def __init__(self):
pass
def list(self):
print(version.version_string())
def __call__(self):
self.list()
class VolumeCommands(object):
"""Methods for dealing with a cloud in an odd state."""
@args('volume_id',
help='Volume ID to be deleted')
def delete(self, volume_id):
"""Delete a volume, bypassing the check that it must be available."""
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
volume = objects.Volume.get_by_id(ctxt, volume_id)
host = volume_utils.extract_host(volume.host) if volume.host else None
if not host:
print(_("Volume not yet assigned to host."))
print(_("Deleting volume from database and skipping rpc."))
volume.destroy()
return
if volume.status == 'in-use':
print(_("Volume is in-use."))
print(_("Detach volume from instance and then try again."))
return
rpc.init(CONF)
rpcapi = volume_rpcapi.VolumeAPI()
rpcapi.delete_volume(ctxt, volume)
@args('--currenthost', required=True, help='Existing volume host name in '
'the format host@backend#pool')
@args('--newhost', required=True, help='New volume host name in the '
'format host@backend#pool')
def update_host(self, currenthost, newhost):
"""Modify the host name associated with a volume.
Particularly to recover from cases where one has moved
their Cinder Volume node, or modified their backend_name in a
multi-backend config.
"""
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
volumes = db.volume_get_all_by_host(ctxt,
currenthost)
for v in volumes:
db.volume_update(ctxt, v['id'],
{'host': newhost})
class ConfigCommands(object):
"""Class for exposing the flags defined by flag_file(s)."""
def __init__(self):
pass
@args('param', nargs='?', default=None,
help='Configuration parameter to display (default: %(default)s)')
def list(self, param=None):
"""List parameters configured for cinder.
Lists all parameters configured for cinder unless an optional argument
is specified. If the parameter is specified we only print the
requested parameter. If the parameter is not found an appropriate
error is produced by .get*().
"""
param = param and param.strip()
if param:
print('%s = %s' % (param, CONF.get(param)))
else:
for key, value in CONF.items():
print('%s = %s' % (key, value))
class BackupCommands(object):
"""Methods for managing backups."""
def list(self):
"""List all backups.
List all backups (including ones in progress) and the host
on which the backup operation is running.
"""
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
backups = objects.BackupList.get_all(ctxt)
hdr = "%-32s\t%-32s\t%-32s\t%-24s\t%-24s\t%-12s\t%-12s\t%-12s\t%-12s"
print(hdr % (_('ID'),
_('User ID'),
_('Project ID'),
_('Host'),
_('Name'),
_('Container'),
_('Status'),
_('Size'),
_('Object Count')))
res = "%-32s\t%-32s\t%-32s\t%-24s\t%-24s\t%-12s\t%-12s\t%-12d\t%-12d"
for backup in backups:
object_count = 0
if backup['object_count'] is not None:
object_count = backup['object_count']
print(res % (backup['id'],
backup['user_id'],
backup['project_id'],
backup['host'],
backup['display_name'],
backup['container'],
backup['status'],
backup['size'],
object_count))
@args('--currenthost', required=True, help='Existing backup host name')
@args('--newhost', required=True, help='New backup host name')
def update_backup_host(self, currenthost, newhost):
"""Modify the host name associated with a backup.
Particularly to recover from cases where one has moved
their Cinder Backup node, and not set backup_use_same_backend.
"""
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
backups = objects.BackupList.get_all_by_host(ctxt, currenthost)
for bk in backups:
bk.host = newhost
bk.save()
class BaseCommand(object):
@staticmethod
def _normalize_time(time_field):
return time_field and timeutils.normalize_time(time_field)
@staticmethod
def _state_repr(is_up):
return ':-)' if is_up else 'XXX'
class ServiceCommands(BaseCommand):
"""Methods for managing services."""
def list(self):
"""Show a list of all cinder services."""
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
services = objects.ServiceList.get_all(ctxt)
print_format = "%-16s %-36s %-16s %-10s %-5s %-20s %-12s %-15s %-36s"
print(print_format % (_('Binary'),
_('Host'),
_('Zone'),
_('Status'),
_('State'),
_('Updated At'),
_('RPC Version'),
_('Object Version'),
_('Cluster')))
for svc in services:
art = self._state_repr(svc.is_up)
status = 'disabled' if svc.disabled else 'enabled'
updated_at = self._normalize_time(svc.updated_at)
rpc_version = svc.rpc_current_version
object_version = svc.object_current_version
cluster = svc.cluster_name or ''
print(print_format % (svc.binary, svc.host,
svc.availability_zone, status, art,
updated_at, rpc_version, object_version,
cluster))
@args('binary', type=str,
help='Service to delete from the host.')
@args('host_name', type=str,
help='Host from which to remove the service.')
def remove(self, binary, host_name):
"""Completely removes a service."""
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
try:
svc = objects.Service.get_by_args(ctxt, host_name, binary)
svc.destroy()
except exception.ServiceNotFound as e:
print(_("Host not found. Failed to remove %(service)s"
" on %(host)s.") %
{'service': binary, 'host': host_name})
print(u"%s" % e.args)
return 2
print(_("Service %(service)s on host %(host)s removed.") %
{'service': binary, 'host': host_name})
class ClusterCommands(BaseCommand):
"""Methods for managing clusters."""
def list(self):
"""Show a list of all cinder services."""
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
clusters = objects.ClusterList.get_all(ctxt, services_summary=True)
print_format = "%-36s %-16s %-10s %-5s %-20s %-7s %-12s %-20s"
print(print_format % (_('Name'),
_('Binary'),
_('Status'),
_('State'),
_('Heartbeat'),
_('Hosts'),
_('Down Hosts'),
_('Updated At')))
for cluster in clusters:
art = self._state_repr(cluster.is_up)
status = 'disabled' if cluster.disabled else 'enabled'
heartbeat = self._normalize_time(cluster.last_heartbeat)
updated_at = self._normalize_time(cluster.updated_at)
print(print_format % (cluster.name, cluster.binary, status, art,
heartbeat, cluster.num_hosts,
cluster.num_down_hosts, updated_at))
@args('--recursive', action='store_true', default=False,
help='Delete associated hosts.')
@args('binary', type=str,
help='Service to delete from the cluster.')
@args('cluster-name', type=str, help='Cluster to delete.')
def remove(self, recursive, binary, cluster_name):
"""Completely removes a cluster."""
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
try:
cluster = objects.Cluster.get_by_id(ctxt, None, name=cluster_name,
binary=binary,
get_services=recursive)
except exception.ClusterNotFound:
print(_("Couldn't remove cluster %s because it doesn't exist.") %
cluster_name)
return 2
if recursive:
for service in cluster.services:
service.destroy()
try:
cluster.destroy()
except exception.ClusterHasHosts:
print(_("Couldn't remove cluster %s because it still has hosts.") %
cluster_name)
return 2
msg = _('Cluster %s successfully removed.') % cluster_name
if recursive:
msg = (_('%(msg)s And %(num)s services from the cluster were also '
'removed.') % {'msg': msg, 'num': len(cluster.services)})
print(msg)
@args('--full-rename', dest='partial',
action='store_false', default=True,
help='Do full cluster rename instead of just replacing provided '
'current cluster name and preserving backend and/or pool info.')
@args('current', help='Current cluster name.')
@args('new', help='New cluster name.')
def rename(self, partial, current, new):
"""Rename cluster name for Volumes and Consistency Groups.
Useful when you want to rename a cluster, particularly when the
backend_name has been modified in a multi-backend config or we have
moved from a single backend to multi-backend.
"""
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
# Convert empty strings to None
current = current or None
new = new or None
# Update Volumes
num_vols = objects.VolumeList.include_in_cluster(
ctxt, new, partial_rename=partial, cluster_name=current)
# Update Consistency Groups
num_cgs = objects.ConsistencyGroupList.include_in_cluster(
ctxt, new, partial_rename=partial, cluster_name=current)
if num_vols or num_cgs:
msg = _('Successfully renamed %(num_vols)s volumes and '
'%(num_cgs)s consistency groups from cluster %(current)s '
'to %(new)s')
print(msg % {'num_vols': num_vols, 'num_cgs': num_cgs, 'new': new,
'current': current})
else:
msg = _('No volumes or consistency groups exist in cluster '
'%(current)s.')
print(msg % {'current': current})
return 2
class ConsistencyGroupCommands(object):
"""Methods for managing consistency groups."""
@args('--currenthost', required=True, help='Existing CG host name')
@args('--newhost', required=True, help='New CG host name')
def update_cg_host(self, currenthost, newhost):
"""Modify the host name associated with a Consistency Group.
Particularly to recover from cases where one has moved
a host from single backend to multi-backend, or changed the host
configuration option, or modified the backend_name in a multi-backend
config.
"""
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
groups = objects.ConsistencyGroupList.get_all(
ctxt, {'host': currenthost})
for gr in groups:
gr.host = newhost
gr.save()
CATEGORIES = {
'backup': BackupCommands,
'config': ConfigCommands,
'cluster': ClusterCommands,
'cg': ConsistencyGroupCommands,
'db': DbCommands,
'host': HostCommands,
'quota': QuotaCommands,
'service': ServiceCommands,
'version': VersionCommands,
'volume': VolumeCommands,
}
def methods_of(obj):
"""Return non-private methods from an object.
Get all callable methods of an object that don't start with underscore
:return: a list of tuples of the form (method_name, method)
"""
result = []
for i in dir(obj):
if isinstance(getattr(obj, i),
collections_abc.Callable) and not i.startswith('_'):
result.append((i, getattr(obj, i)))
return result
def missing_action(help_func):
def wrapped():
help_func()
exit(2)
return wrapped
def add_command_parsers(subparsers):
for category in sorted(CATEGORIES):
command_object = CATEGORIES[category]()
parser = subparsers.add_parser(category)
parser.set_defaults(command_object=command_object)
parser.set_defaults(action_fn=missing_action(parser.print_help))
category_subparsers = parser.add_subparsers(dest='action')
for (action, action_fn) in methods_of(command_object):
parser = category_subparsers.add_parser(action)
action_kwargs = []
for args, kwargs in getattr(action_fn, 'args', []):
parser.add_argument(*args, **kwargs)
parser.set_defaults(action_fn=action_fn)
parser.set_defaults(action_kwargs=action_kwargs)
category_opt = cfg.SubCommandOpt('category',
title='Command categories',
handler=add_command_parsers)
def get_arg_string(args):
if args[0] == '-':
# (Note)zhiteng: args starts with FLAGS.oparser.prefix_chars
# is optional args. Notice that cfg module takes care of
# actual ArgParser so prefix_chars is always '-'.
if args[1] == '-':
# This is long optional arg
args = args[2:]
else:
args = args[1:]
# We convert dashes to underscores so we can have cleaner optional arg
# names
if args:
args = args.replace('-', '_')
return args
def fetch_func_args(func):
fn_kwargs = {}
for args, kwargs in getattr(func, 'args', []):
# Argparser `dest` configuration option takes precedence for the name
arg = kwargs.get('dest') or get_arg_string(args[0])
fn_kwargs[arg] = getattr(CONF.category, arg)
return fn_kwargs
def main():
objects.register_all()
"""Parse options and call the appropriate class/method."""
CONF.register_cli_opt(category_opt)
script_name = sys.argv[0]
if len(sys.argv) < 2:
print(_("\nOpenStack Cinder version: %(version)s\n") %
{'version': version.version_string()})
print(script_name + " category action [<args>]")
print(_("Available categories:"))
for category in CATEGORIES:
print(_("\t%s") % category)
sys.exit(2)
try:
CONF(sys.argv[1:], project='cinder',
version=version.version_string())
logging.setup(CONF, "cinder")
python_logging.captureWarnings(True)
except cfg.ConfigDirNotFoundError as details:
print(_("Invalid directory: %s") % details)
sys.exit(2)
except cfg.ConfigFilesNotFoundError as e:
cfg_files = e.config_files
print(_("Failed to read configuration file(s): %s") % cfg_files)
sys.exit(2)
fn = CONF.category.action_fn
fn_kwargs = fetch_func_args(fn)
fn(**fn_kwargs)