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# Copyright (c) 2011 OpenStack Foundation.
# All Rights Reserved.
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# 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
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# 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 operator
from oslo_serialization import jsonutils
from cinder.scheduler import filters
class JsonFilter(filters.BaseBackendFilter):
"""Backend filter for simple JSON-based grammar for selecting backends.
If you want to choose one of your backend,
make a query hint, for example:
cinder create --hint query='["=", "$backend_id", "rbd:vol@ceph#cloud"]'
"""
def _op_compare(self, args, op):
"""Compare first item of args with the rest using specified operator.
Returns True if the specified operator can successfully
compare the first item in the args with all the rest. Will
return False if only one item is in the list.
"""
if len(args) < 2:
return False
if op is operator.contains:
bad = args[0] not in args[1:]
else:
bad = [arg for arg in args[1:]
if not op(args[0], arg)]
return not bool(bad)
def _equals(self, args):
"""First term is == all the other terms."""
return self._op_compare(args, operator.eq)
def _less_than(self, args):
"""First term is < all the other terms."""
return self._op_compare(args, operator.lt)
def _greater_than(self, args):
"""First term is > all the other terms."""
return self._op_compare(args, operator.gt)
def _in(self, args):
"""First term is in set of remaining terms."""
return self._op_compare(args, operator.contains)
def _less_than_equal(self, args):
"""First term is <= all the other terms."""
return self._op_compare(args, operator.le)
def _greater_than_equal(self, args):
"""First term is >= all the other terms."""
return self._op_compare(args, operator.ge)
def _not(self, args):
"""Flip each of the arguments."""
return [not arg for arg in args]
def _or(self, args):
"""True if any arg is True."""
return any(args)
def _and(self, args):
"""True if all args are True."""
return all(args)
commands = {
'=': _equals,
'<': _less_than,
'>': _greater_than,
'in': _in,
'<=': _less_than_equal,
'>=': _greater_than_equal,
'not': _not,
'or': _or,
'and': _and,
}
def _parse_string(self, string, backend_state):
"""Parse capability lookup strings.
Strings prefixed with $ are capability lookups in the
form '$variable' where 'variable' is an attribute in the
BackendState class. If $variable is a dictionary, you may
use: $variable.dictkey
"""
if not string:
return None
if not string.startswith("$"):
return string
path = string[1:].split(".")
obj = getattr(backend_state, path[0], None)
if obj is None:
return None
for item in path[1:]:
obj = obj.get(item)
if obj is None:
return None
return obj
def _process_filter(self, query, backend_state):
"""Recursively parse the query structure."""
if not query:
return True
cmd = query[0]
method = self.commands[cmd]
cooked_args = []
for arg in query[1:]:
if isinstance(arg, list):
arg = self._process_filter(arg, backend_state)
elif isinstance(arg, str):
arg = self._parse_string(arg, backend_state)
if arg is not None:
cooked_args.append(arg)
result = method(self, cooked_args)
return result
def backend_passes(self, backend_state, filter_properties):
"""Return a list of backends that can fulfill query requirements."""
# TODO(zhiteng) Add description for filter_properties structure
# and scheduler_hints.
try:
query = filter_properties['scheduler_hints']['query']
except KeyError:
query = None
if not query:
return True
# NOTE(comstud): Not checking capabilities or service for
# enabled/disabled so that a provided json filter can decide
result = self._process_filter(jsonutils.loads(query), backend_state)
if isinstance(result, list):
# If any succeeded, include the backend
result = any(result)
if result:
# Filter it out.
return True
return False