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# Copyright 2010 United States Government as represented by the
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"""Quotas for volumes."""
import datetime
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_log import log as logging
from oslo_log import versionutils
from oslo_utils import importutils
from oslo_utils import timeutils
import six
from cinder import context
from cinder import db
from cinder import exception
from cinder.i18n import _
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
quota_opts = [
cfg.IntOpt('quota_volumes',
default=10,
help='Number of volumes allowed per project'),
cfg.IntOpt('quota_snapshots',
default=10,
help='Number of volume snapshots allowed per project'),
cfg.IntOpt('quota_consistencygroups',
default=10,
help='Number of consistencygroups allowed per project'),
cfg.IntOpt('quota_groups',
default=10,
help='Number of groups allowed per project'),
cfg.IntOpt('quota_gigabytes',
default=1000,
help='Total amount of storage, in gigabytes, allowed '
'for volumes and snapshots per project'),
cfg.IntOpt('quota_backups',
default=10,
help='Number of volume backups allowed per project'),
cfg.IntOpt('quota_backup_gigabytes',
default=1000,
help='Total amount of storage, in gigabytes, allowed '
'for backups per project'),
cfg.IntOpt('reservation_expire',
default=86400,
help='Number of seconds until a reservation expires'),
cfg.IntOpt('reservation_clean_interval',
default='$reservation_expire',
help='Interval between periodic task runs to clean expired '
'reservations in seconds.'),
cfg.IntOpt('until_refresh',
default=0,
help='Count of reservations until usage is refreshed'),
cfg.IntOpt('max_age',
default=0,
help='Number of seconds between subsequent usage refreshes'),
cfg.StrOpt('quota_driver',
default="cinder.quota.DbQuotaDriver",
help='Default driver to use for quota checks'),
cfg.BoolOpt('use_default_quota_class',
default=True,
help='Enables or disables use of default quota class '
'with default quota.'),
cfg.IntOpt('per_volume_size_limit',
default=-1,
help='Max size allowed per volume, in gigabytes'), ]
CONF = cfg.CONF
CONF.register_opts(quota_opts)
class DbQuotaDriver(object):
"""Driver to perform check to enforcement of quotas.
Also allows to obtain quota information.
The default driver utilizes the local database.
"""
def get_by_project(self, context, project_id, resource_name):
"""Get a specific quota by project."""
return db.quota_get(context, project_id, resource_name)
def get_by_class(self, context, quota_class, resource_name):
"""Get a specific quota by quota class."""
return db.quota_class_get(context, quota_class, resource_name)
def get_default(self, context, resource, project_id):
"""Get a specific default quota for a resource."""
default_quotas = db.quota_class_get_defaults(context)
return default_quotas.get(resource.name, resource.default)
def get_defaults(self, context, resources, project_id=None):
"""Given a list of resources, retrieve the default quotas.
Use the class quotas named `_DEFAULT_QUOTA_NAME` as default quotas,
if it exists.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param resources: A dictionary of the registered resources.
:param project_id: The id of the current project
"""
quotas = {}
default_quotas = {}
if CONF.use_default_quota_class:
default_quotas = db.quota_class_get_defaults(context)
for resource in resources.values():
if default_quotas:
if resource.name not in default_quotas:
versionutils.report_deprecated_feature(LOG, _(
"Default quota for resource: %(res)s is set "
"by the default quota flag: quota_%(res)s, "
"it is now deprecated. Please use the "
"default quota class for default "
"quota.") % {'res': resource.name})
quotas[resource.name] = default_quotas.get(resource.name,
resource.default)
return quotas
def get_class_quotas(self, context, resources, quota_class,
defaults=True):
"""Given list of resources, retrieve the quotas for given quota class.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param resources: A dictionary of the registered resources.
:param quota_class: The name of the quota class to return
quotas for.
:param defaults: If True, the default value will be reported
if there is no specific value for the
resource.
"""
quotas = {}
default_quotas = {}
class_quotas = db.quota_class_get_all_by_name(context, quota_class)
if defaults:
default_quotas = db.quota_class_get_defaults(context)
for resource in resources.values():
if resource.name in class_quotas:
quotas[resource.name] = class_quotas[resource.name]
continue
if defaults:
quotas[resource.name] = default_quotas.get(resource.name,
resource.default)
return quotas
def get_project_quotas(self, context, resources, project_id,
quota_class=None, defaults=True,
usages=True):
"""Retrieve quotas for a project.
Given a list of resources, retrieve the quotas for the given
project.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param resources: A dictionary of the registered resources.
:param project_id: The ID of the project to return quotas for.
:param quota_class: If project_id != context.project_id, the
quota class cannot be determined. This
parameter allows it to be specified. It
will be ignored if project_id ==
context.project_id.
:param defaults: If True, the quota class value (or the
default value, if there is no value from the
quota class) will be reported if there is no
specific value for the resource.
:param usages: If True, the current in_use and reserved counts will
also be returned.
"""
quotas = {}
project_quotas = db.quota_get_all_by_project(context, project_id)
default_quotas = None
if usages:
project_usages = db.quota_usage_get_all_by_project(context,
project_id)
# Get the quotas for the appropriate class. If the project ID
# matches the one in the context, we use the quota_class from
# the context, otherwise, we use the provided quota_class (if
# any)
if project_id == context.project_id:
quota_class = context.quota_class
if quota_class:
class_quotas = db.quota_class_get_all_by_name(context, quota_class)
else:
class_quotas = {}
for resource in resources.values():
# Omit default/quota class values
if not defaults and resource.name not in project_quotas:
continue
quota_val = project_quotas.get(resource.name)
if quota_val is None:
quota_val = class_quotas.get(resource.name)
if quota_val is None:
# Lazy load the default quotas
if default_quotas is None:
default_quotas = self.get_defaults(
context, resources, project_id)
quota_val = default_quotas[resource.name]
quotas[resource.name] = {'limit': quota_val}
# Include usages if desired. This is optional because one
# internal consumer of this interface wants to access the
# usages directly from inside a transaction.
if usages:
usage = project_usages.get(resource.name, {})
quotas[resource.name].update(
in_use=usage.get('in_use', 0),
reserved=usage.get('reserved', 0), )
return quotas
def _get_quotas(self, context, resources, keys, has_sync, project_id=None):
"""A helper method which retrieves the quotas for specific resources.
This specific resource is identified by keys, and which apply to the
current context.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param resources: A dictionary of the registered resources.
:param keys: A list of the desired quotas to retrieve.
:param has_sync: If True, indicates that the resource must
have a sync attribute; if False, indicates
that the resource must NOT have a sync
attribute.
:param project_id: Specify the project_id if current context
is admin and admin wants to impact on
common user's tenant.
"""
# Filter resources
def sync_filt(x, has_sync):
if has_sync:
return hasattr(x, 'sync')
else:
return not hasattr(x, 'sync')
desired = set(keys)
sub_resources = {k: v for k, v in resources.items()
if k in desired and sync_filt(v, has_sync)}
# Make sure we accounted for all of them...
if len(keys) != len(sub_resources):
unknown = desired - set(sub_resources.keys())
raise exception.QuotaResourceUnknown(unknown=sorted(unknown))
# Grab and return the quotas (without usages)
quotas = self.get_project_quotas(context, sub_resources,
project_id,
context.quota_class, usages=False)
return {k: v['limit'] for k, v in quotas.items()}
def limit_check(self, context, resources, values, project_id=None):
"""Check simple quota limits.
For limits--those quotas for which there is no usage
synchronization function--this method checks that a set of
proposed values are permitted by the limit restriction.
This method will raise a QuotaResourceUnknown exception if a
given resource is unknown or if it is not a simple limit
resource.
If any of the proposed values is over the defined quota, an
OverQuota exception will be raised with the sorted list of the
resources which are too high. Otherwise, the method returns
nothing.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param resources: A dictionary of the registered resources.
:param values: A dictionary of the values to check against the
quota.
:param project_id: Specify the project_id if current context
is admin and admin wants to impact on
common user's tenant.
"""
# Ensure no value is less than zero
unders = [key for key, val in values.items() if val < 0]
if unders:
raise exception.InvalidQuotaValue(unders=sorted(unders))
# If project_id is None, then we use the project_id in context
if project_id is None:
project_id = context.project_id
# Get the applicable quotas
quotas = self._get_quotas(context, resources, values.keys(),
has_sync=False, project_id=project_id)
# Check the quotas and construct a list of the resources that
# would be put over limit by the desired values
overs = [key for key, val in values.items()
if quotas[key] >= 0 and quotas[key] < val]
if overs:
raise exception.OverQuota(overs=sorted(overs), quotas=quotas,
usages={})
def reserve(self, context, resources, deltas, expire=None,
project_id=None):
"""Check quotas and reserve resources.
For counting quotas--those quotas for which there is a usage
synchronization function--this method checks quotas against
current usage and the desired deltas.
This method will raise a QuotaResourceUnknown exception if a
given resource is unknown or if it does not have a usage
synchronization function.
If any of the proposed values is over the defined quota, an
OverQuota exception will be raised with the sorted list of the
resources which are too high. Otherwise, the method returns a
list of reservation UUIDs which were created.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param resources: A dictionary of the registered resources.
:param deltas: A dictionary of the proposed delta changes.
:param expire: An optional parameter specifying an expiration
time for the reservations. If it is a simple
number, it is interpreted as a number of
seconds and added to the current time; if it is
a datetime.timedelta object, it will also be
added to the current time. A datetime.datetime
object will be interpreted as the absolute
expiration time. If None is specified, the
default expiration time set by
--default-reservation-expire will be used (this
value will be treated as a number of seconds).
:param project_id: Specify the project_id if current context
is admin and admin wants to impact on
common user's tenant.
"""
# Set up the reservation expiration
if expire is None:
expire = CONF.reservation_expire
if isinstance(expire, six.integer_types):
expire = datetime.timedelta(seconds=expire)
if isinstance(expire, datetime.timedelta):
expire = timeutils.utcnow() + expire
if not isinstance(expire, datetime.datetime):
raise exception.InvalidReservationExpiration(expire=expire)
# If project_id is None, then we use the project_id in context
if project_id is None:
project_id = context.project_id
# Get the applicable quotas.
# NOTE(Vek): We're not worried about races at this point.
# Yes, the admin may be in the process of reducing
# quotas, but that's a pretty rare thing.
quotas = self._get_quotas(context, resources, deltas.keys(),
has_sync=True, project_id=project_id)
return self._reserve(context, resources, quotas, deltas, expire,
project_id)
def _reserve(self, context, resources, quotas, deltas, expire, project_id):
# NOTE(Vek): Most of the work here has to be done in the DB
# API, because we have to do it in a transaction,
# which means access to the session. Since the
# session isn't available outside the DBAPI, we
# have to do the work there.
return db.quota_reserve(context, resources, quotas, deltas, expire,
CONF.until_refresh, CONF.max_age,
project_id=project_id)
def commit(self, context, reservations, project_id=None):
"""Commit reservations.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param reservations: A list of the reservation UUIDs, as
returned by the reserve() method.
:param project_id: Specify the project_id if current context
is admin and admin wants to impact on
common user's tenant.
"""
# If project_id is None, then we use the project_id in context
if project_id is None:
project_id = context.project_id
db.reservation_commit(context, reservations, project_id=project_id)
def rollback(self, context, reservations, project_id=None):
"""Roll back reservations.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param reservations: A list of the reservation UUIDs, as
returned by the reserve() method.
:param project_id: Specify the project_id if current context
is admin and admin wants to impact on
common user's tenant.
"""
# If project_id is None, then we use the project_id in context
if project_id is None:
project_id = context.project_id
db.reservation_rollback(context, reservations, project_id=project_id)
def destroy_by_project(self, context, project_id):
"""Destroy all limit quotas associated with a project.
Leave usage and reservation quotas intact.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param project_id: The ID of the project being deleted.
"""
db.quota_destroy_by_project(context, project_id)
def expire(self, context):
"""Expire reservations.
Explores all currently existing reservations and rolls back
any that have expired.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
"""
db.reservation_expire(context)
class BaseResource(object):
"""Describe a single resource for quota checking."""
def __init__(self, name, flag=None, parent_project_id=None):
"""Initializes a Resource.
:param name: The name of the resource, i.e., "volumes".
:param flag: The name of the flag or configuration option
which specifies the default value of the quota
for this resource.
:param parent_project_id: The id of the current project's parent,
if any.
"""
self.name = name
self.flag = flag
self.parent_project_id = parent_project_id
def quota(self, driver, context, **kwargs):
"""Given a driver and context, obtain the quota for this resource.
:param driver: A quota driver.
:param context: The request context.
:param project_id: The project to obtain the quota value for.
If not provided, it is taken from the
context. If it is given as None, no
project-specific quota will be searched
for.
:param quota_class: The quota class corresponding to the
project, or for which the quota is to be
looked up. If not provided, it is taken
from the context. If it is given as None,
no quota class-specific quota will be
searched for. Note that the quota class
defaults to the value in the context,
which may not correspond to the project if
project_id is not the same as the one in
the context.
"""
# Get the project ID
project_id = kwargs.get('project_id', context.project_id)
# Ditto for the quota class
quota_class = kwargs.get('quota_class', context.quota_class)
# Look up the quota for the project
if project_id:
try:
return driver.get_by_project(context, project_id, self.name)
except exception.ProjectQuotaNotFound:
pass
# Try for the quota class
if quota_class:
try:
return driver.get_by_class(context, quota_class, self.name)
except exception.QuotaClassNotFound:
pass
# OK, return the default
return driver.get_default(context, self,
parent_project_id=self.parent_project_id)
@property
def default(self):
"""Return the default value of the quota."""
if self.parent_project_id:
return 0
return CONF[self.flag] if self.flag else -1
class ReservableResource(BaseResource):
"""Describe a reservable resource."""
def __init__(self, name, sync, flag=None):
"""Initializes a ReservableResource.
Reservable resources are those resources which directly
correspond to objects in the database, i.e., volumes, gigabytes,
etc. A ReservableResource must be constructed with a usage
synchronization function, which will be called to determine the
current counts of one or more resources.
The usage synchronization function will be passed three
arguments: an admin context, the project ID, and an opaque
session object, which should in turn be passed to the
underlying database function. Synchronization functions
should return a dictionary mapping resource names to the
current in_use count for those resources; more than one
resource and resource count may be returned. Note that
synchronization functions may be associated with more than one
ReservableResource.
:param name: The name of the resource, i.e., "volumes".
:param sync: A dbapi methods name which returns a dictionary
to resynchronize the in_use count for one or more
resources, as described above.
:param flag: The name of the flag or configuration option
which specifies the default value of the quota
for this resource.
"""
super(ReservableResource, self).__init__(name, flag=flag)
if sync:
self.sync = sync
class VolumeTypeResource(ReservableResource):
"""ReservableResource for a specific volume type."""
def __init__(self, part_name, volume_type):
"""Initializes a VolumeTypeResource.
:param part_name: The kind of resource, i.e., "volumes".
:param volume_type: The volume type for this resource.
"""
self.volume_type_name = volume_type['name']
self.volume_type_id = volume_type['id']
name = "%s_%s" % (part_name, self.volume_type_name)
super(VolumeTypeResource, self).__init__(name, "_sync_%s" % part_name)
class QuotaEngine(object):
"""Represent the set of recognized quotas."""
def __init__(self, quota_driver_class=None):
"""Initialize a Quota object."""
self._resources = {}
self._quota_driver_class = quota_driver_class
self._driver_class = None
@property
def _driver(self):
# Lazy load the driver so we give a chance for the config file to
# be read before grabbing the config for which QuotaDriver to use
if self._driver_class:
return self._driver_class
if not self._quota_driver_class:
# Grab the current driver class from CONF
self._quota_driver_class = CONF.quota_driver
if isinstance(self._quota_driver_class, six.string_types):
self._quota_driver_class = importutils.import_object(
self._quota_driver_class)
self._driver_class = self._quota_driver_class
return self._driver_class
def __contains__(self, resource):
return resource in self.resources
def register_resource(self, resource):
"""Register a resource."""
self._resources[resource.name] = resource
def register_resources(self, resources):
"""Register a list of resources."""
for resource in resources:
self.register_resource(resource)
def get_by_project(self, context, project_id, resource_name):
"""Get a specific quota by project."""
return self._driver.get_by_project(context, project_id, resource_name)
def get_by_project_or_default(self, context, project_id, resource_name):
"""Get specific quota by project or default quota if doesn't exists."""
try:
val = self.get_by_project(
context, project_id, resource_name).hard_limit
except exception.ProjectQuotaNotFound:
val = self.get_defaults(context, project_id)[resource_name]
return val
def get_by_class(self, context, quota_class, resource_name):
"""Get a specific quota by quota class."""
return self._driver.get_by_class(context, quota_class, resource_name)
def get_default(self, context, resource, parent_project_id=None):
"""Get a specific default quota for a resource.
:param parent_project_id: The id of the current project's parent,
if any.
"""
return self._driver.get_default(context, resource,
parent_project_id=parent_project_id)
def get_defaults(self, context, project_id=None):
"""Retrieve the default quotas.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param project_id: The id of the current project
"""
return self._driver.get_defaults(context, self.resources,
project_id)
def get_class_quotas(self, context, quota_class, defaults=True):
"""Retrieve the quotas for the given quota class.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param quota_class: The name of the quota class to return
quotas for.
:param defaults: If True, the default value will be reported
if there is no specific value for the
resource.
"""
return self._driver.get_class_quotas(context, self.resources,
quota_class, defaults=defaults)
def get_project_quotas(self, context, project_id, quota_class=None,
defaults=True, usages=True):
"""Retrieve the quotas for the given project.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param project_id: The ID of the project to return quotas for.
:param quota_class: If project_id != context.project_id, the
quota class cannot be determined. This
parameter allows it to be specified.
:param defaults: If True, the quota class value (or the
default value, if there is no value from the
quota class) will be reported if there is no
specific value for the resource.
:param usages: If True, the current in_use and reserved counts will
also be returned.
"""
return self._driver.get_project_quotas(context, self.resources,
project_id,
quota_class=quota_class,
defaults=defaults,
usages=usages)
def limit_check(self, context, project_id=None, **values):
"""Check simple quota limits.
For limits--those quotas for which there is no usage
synchronization function--this method checks that a set of
proposed values are permitted by the limit restriction. The
values to check are given as keyword arguments, where the key
identifies the specific quota limit to check, and the value is
the proposed value.
This method will raise a QuotaResourceUnknown exception if a
given resource is unknown or if it is not a simple limit
resource.
If any of the proposed values is over the defined quota, an
OverQuota exception will be raised with the sorted list of the
resources which are too high. Otherwise, the method returns
nothing.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param project_id: Specify the project_id if current context
is admin and admin wants to impact on
common user's tenant.
"""
return self._driver.limit_check(context, self.resources, values,
project_id=project_id)
def reserve(self, context, expire=None, project_id=None, **deltas):
"""Check quotas and reserve resources.
For counting quotas--those quotas for which there is a usage
synchronization function--this method checks quotas against
current usage and the desired deltas. The deltas are given as
keyword arguments, and current usage and other reservations
are factored into the quota check.
This method will raise a QuotaResourceUnknown exception if a
given resource is unknown or if it does not have a usage
synchronization function.
If any of the proposed values is over the defined quota, an
OverQuota exception will be raised with the sorted list of the
resources which are too high. Otherwise, the method returns a
list of reservation UUIDs which were created.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param expire: An optional parameter specifying an expiration
time for the reservations. If it is a simple
number, it is interpreted as a number of
seconds and added to the current time; if it is
a datetime.timedelta object, it will also be
added to the current time. A datetime.datetime
object will be interpreted as the absolute
expiration time. If None is specified, the
default expiration time set by
--default-reservation-expire will be used (this
value will be treated as a number of seconds).
:param project_id: Specify the project_id if current context
is admin and admin wants to impact on
common user's tenant.
"""
reservations = self._driver.reserve(context, self.resources, deltas,
expire=expire,
project_id=project_id)
LOG.debug("Created reservations %s", reservations)
return reservations
def commit(self, context, reservations, project_id=None):
"""Commit reservations.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param reservations: A list of the reservation UUIDs, as
returned by the reserve() method.
:param project_id: Specify the project_id if current context
is admin and admin wants to impact on
common user's tenant.
"""
try:
self._driver.commit(context, reservations, project_id=project_id)
except Exception:
# NOTE(Vek): Ignoring exceptions here is safe, because the
# usage resynchronization and the reservation expiration
# mechanisms will resolve the issue. The exception is
# logged, however, because this is less than optimal.
LOG.exception("Failed to commit reservations %s", reservations)
def rollback(self, context, reservations, project_id=None):
"""Roll back reservations.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param reservations: A list of the reservation UUIDs, as
returned by the reserve() method.
:param project_id: Specify the project_id if current context
is admin and admin wants to impact on
common user's tenant.
"""
try:
self._driver.rollback(context, reservations, project_id=project_id)
except Exception:
# NOTE(Vek): Ignoring exceptions here is safe, because the
# usage resynchronization and the reservation expiration
# mechanisms will resolve the issue. The exception is
# logged, however, because this is less than optimal.
LOG.exception("Failed to roll back reservations %s", reservations)
def destroy_by_project(self, context, project_id):
"""Destroy all quota limits associated with a project.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param project_id: The ID of the project being deleted.
"""
self._driver.destroy_by_project(context, project_id)
def expire(self, context):
"""Expire reservations.
Explores all currently existing reservations and rolls back
any that have expired.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
"""
self._driver.expire(context)
def add_volume_type_opts(self, context, opts, volume_type_id):
"""Add volume type resource options.
Adds elements to the opts hash for volume type quotas.
If a resource is being reserved ('gigabytes', etc) and the volume
type is set up for its own quotas, these reservations are copied
into keys for 'gigabytes_<volume type name>', etc.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param opts: The reservations options hash.
:param volume_type_id: The volume type id for this reservation.
"""
if not volume_type_id:
return
# NOTE(jdg): set inactive to True in volume_type_get, as we
# may be operating on a volume that was created with a type
# that has since been deleted.
volume_type = db.volume_type_get(context, volume_type_id, True)
for quota in ('volumes', 'gigabytes', 'snapshots'):
if quota in opts:
vtype_quota = "%s_%s" % (quota, volume_type['name'])
opts[vtype_quota] = opts[quota]
@property
def resource_names(self):
return sorted(self.resources.keys())
@property
def resources(self):
return self._resources
class VolumeTypeQuotaEngine(QuotaEngine):
"""Represent the set of all quotas."""
@property
def resources(self):
"""Fetches all possible quota resources."""
result = {}
# Global quotas.
argses = [('volumes', '_sync_volumes', 'quota_volumes'),
('per_volume_gigabytes', None, 'per_volume_size_limit'),
('snapshots', '_sync_snapshots', 'quota_snapshots'),
('gigabytes', '_sync_gigabytes', 'quota_gigabytes'),
('backups', '_sync_backups', 'quota_backups'),
('backup_gigabytes', '_sync_backup_gigabytes',
'quota_backup_gigabytes')]
for args in argses:
resource = ReservableResource(*args)
result[resource.name] = resource
# Volume type quotas.
volume_types = db.volume_type_get_all(context.get_admin_context(),
False)
for volume_type in volume_types.values():
for part_name in ('volumes', 'gigabytes', 'snapshots'):
resource = VolumeTypeResource(part_name, volume_type)
result[resource.name] = resource
return result
def register_resource(self, resource):
raise NotImplementedError(_("Cannot register resource"))
def register_resources(self, resources):
raise NotImplementedError(_("Cannot register resources"))
def update_quota_resource(self, context, old_type_name, new_type_name):
"""Update resource in quota.
This is to update resource in quotas, quota_classes, and
quota_usages once the name of a volume type is changed.
:param context: The request context, for access checks.
:param old_type_name: old name of volume type.
:param new_type_name: new name of volume type.
"""
for quota in ('volumes', 'gigabytes', 'snapshots'):
old_res = "%s_%s" % (quota, old_type_name)
new_res = "%s_%s" % (quota, new_type_name)
db.quota_usage_update_resource(context,
old_res,
new_res)
db.quota_class_update_resource(context,
old_res,
new_res)
db.quota_update_resource(context,
old_res,
new_res)
class CGQuotaEngine(QuotaEngine):
"""Represent the consistencygroup quotas."""
@property
def resources(self):
"""Fetches all possible quota resources."""
result = {}
# Global quotas.
argses = [('consistencygroups', '_sync_consistencygroups',
'quota_consistencygroups'), ]
for args in argses:
resource = ReservableResource(*args)
result[resource.name] = resource
return result
def register_resource(self, resource):
raise NotImplementedError(_("Cannot register resource"))
def register_resources(self, resources):
raise NotImplementedError(_("Cannot register resources"))
class GroupQuotaEngine(QuotaEngine):
"""Represent the group quotas."""
@property
def resources(self):
"""Fetches all possible quota resources."""
result = {}
# Global quotas.
argses = [('groups', '_sync_groups',
'quota_groups'), ]
for args in argses:
resource = ReservableResource(*args)
result[resource.name] = resource
return result
def register_resource(self, resource):
raise NotImplementedError(_("Cannot register resource"))
def register_resources(self, resources):
raise NotImplementedError(_("Cannot register resources"))
QUOTAS = VolumeTypeQuotaEngine()
CGQUOTAS = CGQuotaEngine()
GROUP_QUOTAS = GroupQuotaEngine()
NON_QUOTA_KEYS = ['tenant_id', 'id']