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import collections
import fnmatch
import glob
import itertools
import os.path
import re
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_log import log
import six
from heat.common import environment_format as env_fmt
from heat.common import exception
from heat.common.i18n import _
from heat.common.i18n import _LE
from heat.common.i18n import _LI
from heat.common.i18n import _LW
from heat.common import policy
from heat.engine import support
LOG = log.getLogger(__name__)
HOOK_TYPES = (
HOOK_PRE_CREATE, HOOK_PRE_UPDATE, HOOK_PRE_DELETE
) = (
'pre-create', 'pre-update', 'pre-delete'
)
def valid_hook_type(hook):
return hook in HOOK_TYPES
def is_hook_definition(key, value):
is_valid_hook = False
if key == 'hooks':
if isinstance(value, six.string_types):
is_valid_hook = valid_hook_type(value)
elif isinstance(value, collections.Sequence):
is_valid_hook = all(valid_hook_type(hook) for hook in value)
if not is_valid_hook:
msg = (_('Invalid hook type "%(value)s" for resource '
'breakpoint, acceptable hook types are: %(types)s') %
{'value': value, 'types': HOOK_TYPES})
raise exception.InvalidBreakPointHook(message=msg)
return is_valid_hook
class ResourceInfo(object):
"""Base mapping of resource type to implementation."""
def __new__(cls, registry, path, value, **kwargs):
"""Create a new ResourceInfo of the appropriate class."""
if cls != ResourceInfo:
# Call is already for a subclass, so pass it through
return super(ResourceInfo, cls).__new__(cls)
name = path[-1]
if name.endswith(('.yaml', '.template')):
# a template url for the resource "Type"
return TemplateResourceInfo(registry, path, value)
elif not isinstance(value, six.string_types):
return ClassResourceInfo(registry, path, value)
elif value.endswith(('.yaml', '.template')):
# a registered template
return TemplateResourceInfo(registry, path, value)
elif name.endswith('*'):
return GlobResourceInfo(registry, path, value)
else:
return MapResourceInfo(registry, path, value)
def __init__(self, registry, path, value):
self.registry = registry
self.path = path
self.name = path[-1]
self.value = value
self.user_resource = True
def __eq__(self, other):
if other is None:
return False
return (self.path == other.path and
self.value == other.value and
self.user_resource == other.user_resource)
def __ne__(self, other):
return not self.__eq__(other)
def __lt__(self, other):
if self.user_resource != other.user_resource:
# user resource must be sorted above system ones.
return self.user_resource > other.user_resource
if len(self.path) != len(other.path):
# more specific (longer) path must be sorted above system ones.
return len(self.path) > len(other.path)
return self.path < other.path
def __gt__(self, other):
return other.__lt__(self)
def get_resource_info(self, resource_type=None, resource_name=None):
return self
def matches(self, resource_type):
return False
def get_class(self):
raise NotImplemented
def get_class_to_instantiate(self):
return self.get_class()
def __str__(self):
return '[%s](User:%s) %s -> %s' % (self.description,
self.user_resource,
self.name, str(self.value))
class ClassResourceInfo(ResourceInfo):
"""Store the mapping of resource name to python class implementation."""
description = 'Plugin'
def get_class(self, files=None):
return self.value
class TemplateResourceInfo(ResourceInfo):
"""Store the info needed to start a TemplateResource."""
description = 'Template'
def __init__(self, registry, path, value):
super(TemplateResourceInfo, self).__init__(registry, path, value)
if self.name.endswith(('.yaml', '.template')):
self.template_name = self.name
else:
self.template_name = value
self.value = self.template_name
def get_class(self, files=None):
from heat.engine.resources import template_resource
env = self.registry.environment
return template_resource.generate_class(str(self.name),
self.template_name,
env, files=files)
def get_class_to_instantiate(self):
from heat.engine.resources import template_resource
return template_resource.TemplateResource
class MapResourceInfo(ResourceInfo):
"""Store the mapping of one resource type to another.
like: OS::Networking::FloatingIp -> OS::Neutron::FloatingIp
"""
description = 'Mapping'
def get_class(self, files=None):
return None
def get_resource_info(self, resource_type=None, resource_name=None):
return self.registry.get_resource_info(self.value, resource_name)
class GlobResourceInfo(MapResourceInfo):
"""Store the mapping (with wild cards) of one resource type to another.
like: OS::Networking::* -> OS::Neutron::*
Also supports many-to-one mapping (mostly useful together with special
"OS::Heat::None" resource)
like: OS::* -> OS::Heat::None
"""
description = 'Wildcard Mapping'
def get_resource_info(self, resource_type=None, resource_name=None):
# NOTE(pas-ha) we end up here only when self.name already
# ends with * so truncate it
orig_prefix = self.name[:-1]
if self.value.endswith('*'):
new_type = self.value[:-1] + resource_type[len(orig_prefix):]
else:
new_type = self.value
return self.registry.get_resource_info(new_type, resource_name)
def matches(self, resource_type):
# prevent self-recursion in case of many-to-one mapping
match = (resource_type != self.value and
resource_type.startswith(self.name[:-1]))
return match
class ResourceRegistry(object):
"""By looking at the environment, find the resource implementation."""
def __init__(self, global_registry, env):
self._registry = {'resources': {}}
self.global_registry = global_registry
self.environment = env
def load(self, json_snippet):
self._load_registry([], json_snippet)
def register_class(self, resource_type, resource_class, path=None):
if path is None:
path = [resource_type]
ri = ResourceInfo(self, path, resource_class)
self._register_info(path, ri)
def _load_registry(self, path, registry):
for k, v in iter(registry.items()):
if v is None:
self._register_info(path + [k], None)
elif is_hook_definition(k, v):
self._register_hook(path + [k], v)
elif isinstance(v, dict):
self._load_registry(path + [k], v)
else:
self._register_info(path + [k],
ResourceInfo(self, path + [k], v))
def _register_hook(self, path, hook):
name = path[-1]
registry = self._registry
for key in path[:-1]:
if key not in registry:
registry[key] = {}
registry = registry[key]
registry[name] = hook
def _register_info(self, path, info):
"""Place the new info in the correct location in the registry.
:param path: a list of keys ['resources', 'my_srv', 'OS::Nova::Server']
"""
descriptive_path = '/'.join(path)
name = path[-1]
# create the structure if needed
registry = self._registry
for key in path[:-1]:
if key not in registry:
registry[key] = {}
registry = registry[key]
if info is None:
if name.endswith('*'):
# delete all matching entries.
for res_name in list(six.iterkeys(registry)):
if (isinstance(registry[res_name], ResourceInfo) and
res_name.startswith(name[:-1])):
LOG.warning(_LW('Removing %(item)s from %(path)s'), {
'item': res_name,
'path': descriptive_path})
del registry[res_name]
else:
# delete this entry.
LOG.warning(_LW('Removing %(item)s from %(path)s'), {
'item': name,
'path': descriptive_path})
registry.pop(name, None)
return
if name in registry and isinstance(registry[name], ResourceInfo):
if registry[name] == info:
return
details = {
'path': descriptive_path,
'was': str(registry[name].value),
'now': str(info.value)}
LOG.warning(_LW('Changing %(path)s from %(was)s to %(now)s'),
details)
if isinstance(info, ClassResourceInfo):
if info.value.support_status.status != support.SUPPORTED:
if info.value.support_status.message is not None:
LOG.warning(_LW("%s"), six.text_type(
info.value.support_status.message))
info.user_resource = (self.global_registry is not None)
registry[name] = info
def log_resource_info(self, show_all=False, prefix=None):
registry = self._registry
for name in registry:
if show_all or isinstance(registry[name], TemplateResourceInfo):
msg = (_('%(p)s Registered: %(t)s') %
{'p': prefix or '',
't': six.text_type(registry[name])})
LOG.info(msg)
def remove_item(self, info):
if not isinstance(info, TemplateResourceInfo):
return
registry = self._registry
for key in info.path[:-1]:
registry = registry[key]
if info.path[-1] in registry:
registry.pop(info.path[-1])
def matches_hook(self, resource_name, hook):
"""Return whether a resource have a hook set in the environment.
For a given resource and a hook type, we check to see if the the passed
group of resources has the right hook associated with the name.
Hooks are set in this format via `resources`:
{
"res_name": {
"hooks": [pre-create, pre-update]
},
"*_suffix": {
"hooks": pre-create
},
"prefix_*": {
"hooks": pre-update
}
}
A hook value is either `pre-create`, `pre-update` or a list of those
values. Resources support wildcard matching. The asterisk sign matches
everything.
"""
ress = self._registry['resources']
for name_pattern, resource in six.iteritems(ress):
if fnmatch.fnmatchcase(resource_name, name_pattern):
if 'hooks' in resource:
hooks = resource['hooks']
if isinstance(hooks, six.string_types):
if hook == hooks:
return True
elif isinstance(hooks, collections.Sequence):
if hook in hooks:
return True
return False
def remove_resources_except(self, resource_name):
ress = self._registry['resources']
new_resources = {}
for name, res in six.iteritems(ress):
if fnmatch.fnmatchcase(resource_name, name):
new_resources.update(res)
if resource_name in ress:
new_resources.update(ress[resource_name])
self._registry['resources'] = new_resources
def iterable_by(self, resource_type, resource_name=None):
is_templ_type = resource_type.endswith(('.yaml', '.template'))
if self.global_registry is not None and is_templ_type:
# we only support dynamic resource types in user environments
# not the global environment.
# resource with a Type == a template
# we dynamically create an entry as it has not been registered.
if resource_type not in self._registry:
res = ResourceInfo(self, [resource_type], None)
self._register_info([resource_type], res)
yield self._registry[resource_type]
# handle a specific resource mapping.
if resource_name:
impl = self._registry['resources'].get(resource_name)
if impl and resource_type in impl:
yield impl[resource_type]
# handle: "OS::Nova::Server" -> "Rackspace::Cloud::Server"
impl = self._registry.get(resource_type)
if impl:
yield impl
# handle: "OS::*" -> "Dreamhost::*"
def is_a_glob(resource_type):
return resource_type.endswith('*')
globs = six.moves.filter(is_a_glob, six.iterkeys(self._registry))
for pattern in globs:
if self._registry[pattern].matches(resource_type):
yield self._registry[pattern]
def get_resource_info(self, resource_type, resource_name=None,
registry_type=None, ignore=None):
"""Find possible matches to the resource type and name.
Chain the results from the global and user registry to find
a match.
"""
# use cases
# 1) get the impl.
# - filter_by(res_type=X), sort_by(res_name=W, is_user=True)
# 2) in TemplateResource we need to get both the
# TemplateClass and the ResourceClass
# - filter_by(res_type=X, impl_type=TemplateResourceInfo),
# sort_by(res_name=W, is_user=True)
# - filter_by(res_type=X, impl_type=ClassResourceInfo),
# sort_by(res_name=W, is_user=True)
# 3) get_types() from the api
# - filter_by(is_user=False)
# 4) as_dict() to write to the db
# - filter_by(is_user=True)
if self.global_registry is not None:
giter = self.global_registry.iterable_by(resource_type,
resource_name)
else:
giter = []
matches = itertools.chain(self.iterable_by(resource_type,
resource_name),
giter)
for info in sorted(matches):
try:
match = info.get_resource_info(resource_type,
resource_name)
except exception.EntityNotFound:
continue
if registry_type is None or isinstance(match, registry_type):
if ignore is not None and match == ignore:
continue
# NOTE(prazumovsky): if resource_type defined in outer env
# there is a risk to lose it due to h-eng restarting, so
# store it to local env (exclude ClassResourceInfo because it
# loads from resources; TemplateResourceInfo handles by
# template_resource module).
if (match and not match.user_resource and
not isinstance(info, (TemplateResourceInfo,
ClassResourceInfo))):
self._register_info([resource_type], info)
return match
raise exception.EntityNotFound(entity='Resource Type',
name=resource_type)
def get_class(self, resource_type, resource_name=None, files=None):
info = self.get_resource_info(resource_type,
resource_name=resource_name)
return info.get_class(files=files)
def get_class_to_instantiate(self, resource_type, resource_name=None):
if resource_type == "":
msg = _('Resource "%s" has no type') % resource_name
raise exception.StackValidationFailed(message=msg)
elif resource_type is None:
msg = _('Non-empty resource type is required '
'for resource "%s"') % resource_name
raise exception.StackValidationFailed(message=msg)
elif not isinstance(resource_type, six.string_types):
msg = _('Resource "%s" type is not a string') % resource_name
raise exception.StackValidationFailed(message=msg)
try:
info = self.get_resource_info(resource_type,
resource_name=resource_name)
except exception.EntityNotFound as exc:
raise exception.StackValidationFailed(message=six.text_type(exc))
return info.get_class_to_instantiate()
def as_dict(self):
"""Return user resources in a dict format."""
def _as_dict(level):
tmp = {}
for k, v in iter(level.items()):
if isinstance(v, dict):
tmp[k] = _as_dict(v)
elif is_hook_definition(k, v):
tmp[k] = v
elif v.user_resource:
tmp[k] = v.value
return tmp
return _as_dict(self._registry)
def get_types(self,
cnxt=None,
support_status=None,
type_name=None,
version=None):
"""Return a list of valid resource types."""
# validate the support status
if support_status is not None and not support.is_valid_status(
support_status):
msg = (_('Invalid support status and should be one of %s') %
six.text_type(support.SUPPORT_STATUSES))
raise exception.Invalid(reason=msg)
def is_resource(key):
return isinstance(self._registry[key], (ClassResourceInfo,
TemplateResourceInfo))
def status_matches(cls):
return (support_status is None or
cls.get_class().support_status.status ==
support_status)
def is_available(cls):
if cnxt is None:
return True
return cls.get_class().is_service_available(cnxt)
def not_hidden_matches(cls):
return cls.get_class().support_status.status != support.HIDDEN
def is_allowed(enforcer, name):
if cnxt is None:
return True
try:
enforcer.enforce(cnxt, name)
except enforcer.exc:
return False
else:
return True
enforcer = policy.ResourceEnforcer()
def name_matches(name):
try:
return type_name is None or re.match(type_name, name)
except: # noqa
return False
def version_matches(cls):
return (version is None or
cls.get_class().support_status.version == version)
return [name for name, cls in six.iteritems(self._registry)
if (is_resource(name) and
name_matches(name) and
status_matches(cls) and
is_available(cls) and
is_allowed(enforcer, name) and
not_hidden_matches(cls) and
version_matches(cls))]
class Environment(object):
def __init__(self, env=None, user_env=True):
"""Create an Environment from an input dict.
The dict may be in one of two formats:
1) old-school flat parameters; or
2) newer {resource_registry: bla, parameters: foo}
:param env: the json environment
:param user_env: boolean, if False then we manage python resources too.
"""
if env is None:
env = {}
if user_env:
from heat.engine import resources
global_env = resources.global_env()
global_registry = global_env.registry
event_sink_classes = global_env.event_sink_classes
else:
global_registry = None
event_sink_classes = {}
self.registry = ResourceRegistry(global_registry, self)
self.registry.load(env.get(env_fmt.RESOURCE_REGISTRY, {}))
self.param_defaults = env.get(env_fmt.PARAMETER_DEFAULTS, {})
self.encrypted_param_names = env.get(env_fmt.ENCRYPTED_PARAM_NAMES, [])
if env_fmt.PARAMETERS in env:
self.params = env[env_fmt.PARAMETERS]
else:
self.params = dict((k, v) for (k, v) in six.iteritems(env)
if k not in (env_fmt.PARAMETER_DEFAULTS,
env_fmt.ENCRYPTED_PARAM_NAMES,
env_fmt.EVENT_SINKS,
env_fmt.RESOURCE_REGISTRY))
self.event_sink_classes = event_sink_classes
self._event_sinks = []
self._built_event_sinks = []
self._update_event_sinks(env.get(env_fmt.EVENT_SINKS, []))
self.constraints = {}
self.stack_lifecycle_plugins = []
def load(self, env_snippet):
self.registry.load(env_snippet.get(env_fmt.RESOURCE_REGISTRY, {}))
self.params.update(env_snippet.get(env_fmt.PARAMETERS, {}))
self.param_defaults.update(
env_snippet.get(env_fmt.PARAMETER_DEFAULTS, {}))
self._update_event_sinks(env_snippet.get(env_fmt.EVENT_SINKS, []))
def user_env_as_dict(self):
"""Get the environment as a dict, ready for storing in the db."""
return {env_fmt.RESOURCE_REGISTRY: self.registry.as_dict(),
env_fmt.PARAMETERS: self.params,
env_fmt.PARAMETER_DEFAULTS: self.param_defaults,
env_fmt.ENCRYPTED_PARAM_NAMES: self.encrypted_param_names,
env_fmt.EVENT_SINKS: self._event_sinks}
def register_class(self, resource_type, resource_class, path=None):
self.registry.register_class(resource_type, resource_class, path=path)
def register_constraint(self, constraint_name, constraint):
self.constraints[constraint_name] = constraint
def register_stack_lifecycle_plugin(self, stack_lifecycle_name,
stack_lifecycle_class):
self.stack_lifecycle_plugins.append((stack_lifecycle_name,
stack_lifecycle_class))
def register_event_sink(self, event_sink_name, event_sink_class):
self.event_sink_classes[event_sink_name] = event_sink_class
def get_class(self, resource_type, resource_name=None, files=None):
return self.registry.get_class(resource_type, resource_name,
files=files)
def get_class_to_instantiate(self, resource_type, resource_name=None):
return self.registry.get_class_to_instantiate(resource_type,
resource_name)
def get_types(self,
cnxt=None,
support_status=None,
type_name=None,
version=None):
return self.registry.get_types(cnxt,
support_status=support_status,
type_name=type_name,
version=version)
def get_resource_info(self, resource_type, resource_name=None,
registry_type=None, ignore=None):
return self.registry.get_resource_info(resource_type, resource_name,
registry_type, ignore=ignore)
def get_constraint(self, name):
return self.constraints.get(name)
def get_stack_lifecycle_plugins(self):
return self.stack_lifecycle_plugins
def _update_event_sinks(self, sinks):
self._event_sinks.extend(sinks)
for sink in sinks:
sink = sink.copy()
sink_class = sink.pop('type')
sink_class = self.event_sink_classes[sink_class]
self._built_event_sinks.append(sink_class(**sink))
def get_event_sinks(self):
return self._built_event_sinks
def get_child_environment(parent_env, child_params, item_to_remove=None,
child_resource_name=None):
"""Build a child environment using the parent environment and params.
This is built from the child_params and the parent env so some
resources can use user-provided parameters as if they come from an
environment.
1. resource_registry must be merged (child env should be loaded after the
parent env to take precedence).
2. child parameters must overwrite the parent's as they won't be relevant
in the child template.
If `child_resource_name` is provided, resources in the registry will be
replaced with the contents of the matching child resource plus anything
that passes a wildcard match.
"""
def is_flat_params(env_or_param):
if env_or_param is None:
return False
for sect in env_fmt.SECTIONS:
if sect in env_or_param:
return False
return True
child_env = parent_env.user_env_as_dict()
child_env[env_fmt.PARAMETERS] = {}
flat_params = is_flat_params(child_params)
new_env = Environment()
if flat_params and child_params is not None:
child_env[env_fmt.PARAMETERS] = child_params
new_env.load(child_env)
if not flat_params and child_params is not None:
new_env.load(child_params)
if item_to_remove is not None:
new_env.registry.remove_item(item_to_remove)
if child_resource_name:
new_env.registry.remove_resources_except(child_resource_name)
return new_env
def read_global_environment(env, env_dir=None):
if env_dir is None:
cfg.CONF.import_opt('environment_dir', 'heat.common.config')
env_dir = cfg.CONF.environment_dir
try:
env_files = glob.glob(os.path.join(env_dir, '*'))
except OSError as osex:
LOG.error(_LE('Failed to read %s'), env_dir)
LOG.exception(osex)
return
for file_path in env_files:
try:
with open(file_path) as env_fd:
LOG.info(_LI('Loading %s'), file_path)
env_body = env_fmt.parse(env_fd.read())
env_fmt.default_for_missing(env_body)
env.load(env_body)
except ValueError as vex:
LOG.error(_LE('Failed to parse %(file_path)s'), {
'file_path': file_path})
LOG.exception(vex)
except IOError as ioex:
LOG.error(_LE('Failed to read %(file_path)s'), {
'file_path': file_path})
LOG.exception(ioex)