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# Copyright (C) 2015 Pure Storage, Inc.
#
# 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.
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_log import log as logging
from oslo_utils import timeutils
from pytz import timezone
from cinder import objects
from cinder import rpc
from cinder import utils
CONF = cfg.CONF
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
class ImageVolumeCache(object):
def __init__(self, db, volume_api, max_cache_size_gb=0,
max_cache_size_count=0):
self.db = db
self.volume_api = volume_api
self.max_cache_size_gb = int(max_cache_size_gb)
self.max_cache_size_count = int(max_cache_size_count)
self.notifier = rpc.get_notifier('volume', CONF.host)
def get_by_image_volume(self, context, volume_id):
return self.db.image_volume_cache_get_by_volume_id(context, volume_id)
def evict(self, context, cache_entry):
LOG.debug('Evicting image cache entry: %(entry)s.',
{'entry': self._entry_to_str(cache_entry)})
self.db.image_volume_cache_delete(context, cache_entry['volume_id'])
self._notify_cache_eviction(context, cache_entry['image_id'],
cache_entry['host'])
@staticmethod
def _get_query_filters(volume_ref):
if volume_ref.is_clustered:
return {'cluster_name': volume_ref.cluster_name}
return {'host': volume_ref.host}
def get_entry(self, context, volume_ref, image_id, image_meta):
cache_entry = self.db.image_volume_cache_get_and_update_last_used(
context,
image_id,
**self._get_query_filters(volume_ref)
)
if cache_entry:
LOG.debug('Found image-volume cache entry: %(entry)s.',
{'entry': self._entry_to_str(cache_entry)})
if self._should_update_entry(cache_entry, image_meta):
LOG.debug('Image-volume cache entry is out-dated, evicting: '
'%(entry)s.',
{'entry': self._entry_to_str(cache_entry)})
self._delete_image_volume(context, cache_entry)
cache_entry = None
if cache_entry:
self._notify_cache_hit(context, cache_entry['image_id'],
cache_entry['host'])
else:
self._notify_cache_miss(context, image_id,
volume_ref['host'])
return cache_entry
def create_cache_entry(self, context, volume_ref, image_id, image_meta):
"""Create a new cache entry for an image.
This assumes that the volume described by volume_ref has already been
created and is in an available state.
"""
LOG.debug('Creating new image-volume cache entry for image '
'%(image_id)s on %(service)s',
{'image_id': image_id,
'service': volume_ref.service_topic_queue})
# When we are creating an image from a volume the updated_at field
# will be a unicode representation of the datetime. In that case
# we just need to parse it into one. If it is an actual datetime
# we want to just grab it as a UTC naive datetime.
image_updated_at = image_meta['updated_at']
if isinstance(image_updated_at, str):
image_updated_at = timeutils.parse_strtime(image_updated_at)
else:
image_updated_at = image_updated_at.astimezone(timezone('UTC'))
cache_entry = self.db.image_volume_cache_create(
context,
volume_ref.host,
volume_ref.cluster_name,
image_id,
image_updated_at.replace(tzinfo=None),
volume_ref.id,
volume_ref.size
)
LOG.debug('New image-volume cache entry created: %(entry)s.',
{'entry': self._entry_to_str(cache_entry)})
return cache_entry
def ensure_space(self, context, volume):
"""Makes room for a volume cache entry.
Returns True if successful, false otherwise.
"""
# Check to see if the cache is actually limited.
if self.max_cache_size_gb == 0 and self.max_cache_size_count == 0:
return True
# Make sure that we can potentially fit the image in the cache
# and bail out before evicting everything else to try and make
# room for it.
if (self.max_cache_size_gb != 0 and
volume.size > self.max_cache_size_gb):
return False
# Assume the entries are ordered by most recently used to least used.
entries = self.db.image_volume_cache_get_all(
context,
**self._get_query_filters(volume))
current_count = len(entries)
current_size = 0
for entry in entries:
current_size += entry['size']
# Add values for the entry we intend to create.
current_size += volume.size
current_count += 1
LOG.debug('Image-volume cache for %(service)s current_size (GB) = '
'%(size_gb)s (max = %(max_gb)s), current count = %(count)s '
'(max = %(max_count)s).',
{'service': volume.service_topic_queue,
'size_gb': current_size,
'max_gb': self.max_cache_size_gb,
'count': current_count,
'max_count': self.max_cache_size_count})
while (((current_size > self.max_cache_size_gb and
self.max_cache_size_gb > 0)
or (current_count > self.max_cache_size_count and
self.max_cache_size_count > 0))
and len(entries)):
entry = entries.pop()
LOG.debug('Reclaiming image-volume cache space; removing cache '
'entry %(entry)s.', {'entry': self._entry_to_str(entry)})
self._delete_image_volume(context, entry)
current_size -= entry['size']
current_count -= 1
LOG.debug('Image-volume cache for %(service)s new size (GB) = '
'%(size_gb)s, new count = %(count)s.',
{'service': volume.service_topic_queue,
'size_gb': current_size,
'count': current_count})
# It is only possible to not free up enough gb, we will always be able
# to free enough count. This is because 0 means unlimited which means
# it is guaranteed to be >0 if limited, and we can always delete down
# to 0.
if self.max_cache_size_gb > 0:
if current_size > self.max_cache_size_gb > 0:
LOG.warning('Image-volume cache for %(service)s does '
'not have enough space (GB).',
{'service': volume.service_topic_queue})
return False
return True
@utils.if_notifications_enabled
def _notify_cache_hit(self, context, image_id, host):
self._notify_cache_action(context, image_id, host, 'hit')
@utils.if_notifications_enabled
def _notify_cache_miss(self, context, image_id, host):
self._notify_cache_action(context, image_id, host, 'miss')
@utils.if_notifications_enabled
def _notify_cache_eviction(self, context, image_id, host):
self._notify_cache_action(context, image_id, host, 'evict')
@utils.if_notifications_enabled
def _notify_cache_action(self, context, image_id, host, action):
data = {
'image_id': image_id,
'host': host,
}
LOG.debug('ImageVolumeCache notification: action=%(action)s'
' data=%(data)s.', {'action': action, 'data': data})
self.notifier.info(context, 'image_volume_cache.%s' % action, data)
def _delete_image_volume(self, context, cache_entry):
"""Delete a volume and remove cache entry."""
volume = objects.Volume.get_by_id(context, cache_entry['volume_id'])
# Delete will evict the cache entry.
self.volume_api.delete(context, volume)
def _should_update_entry(self, cache_entry, image_meta):
"""Ensure that the cache entry image data is still valid."""
image_updated_utc = (image_meta['updated_at']
.astimezone(timezone('UTC')))
cache_updated_utc = (cache_entry['image_updated_at']
.replace(tzinfo=timezone('UTC')))
LOG.debug('Image-volume cache entry image_update_at = %(entry_utc)s, '
'requested image updated_at = %(image_utc)s.',
{'entry_utc': str(cache_updated_utc),
'image_utc': str(image_updated_utc)})
return image_updated_utc != cache_updated_utc
def _entry_to_str(self, cache_entry):
return str({
'id': cache_entry['id'],
'image_id': cache_entry['image_id'],
'volume_id': cache_entry['volume_id'],
'host': cache_entry['host'],
'size': cache_entry['size'],
'image_updated_at': cache_entry['image_updated_at'],
'last_used': cache_entry['last_used'],
})