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import base64
import contextlib
import datetime as dt
import weakref
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_log import log as logging
from oslo_utils import excutils
import six
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 identifier
from heat.common import short_id
from heat.common import timeutils
from heat.engine import attributes
from heat.engine.cfn import template as cfn_tmpl
from heat.engine import clients
from heat.engine import environment
from heat.engine import event
from heat.engine import function
from heat.engine.hot import template as hot_tmpl
from heat.engine import properties
from heat.engine import resources
from heat.engine import rsrc_defn
from heat.engine import scheduler
from heat.engine import support
from heat.engine import template
from heat.objects import resource as resource_objects
from heat.objects import resource_data as resource_data_objects
from heat.rpc import client as rpc_client
cfg.CONF.import_opt('action_retry_limit', 'heat.common.config')
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
datetime = dt.datetime
def _register_class(resource_type, resource_class):
resources.global_env().register_class(resource_type, resource_class)
class UpdateReplace(Exception):
'''Raised when resource update requires replacement.'''
def __init__(self, resource_name='Unknown'):
msg = _("The Resource %s requires replacement.") % resource_name
super(Exception, self).__init__(six.text_type(msg))
class NoActionRequired(Exception):
pass
class ResourceInError(exception.HeatException):
msg_fmt = _('Went to status %(resource_status)s '
'due to "%(status_reason)s"')
def __init__(self, status_reason=_('Unknown'), **kwargs):
super(ResourceInError, self).__init__(status_reason=status_reason,
**kwargs)
class ResourceUnknownStatus(exception.HeatException):
msg_fmt = _('%(result)s - Unknown status %(resource_status)s due to '
'"%(status_reason)s"')
def __init__(self, result=_('Resource failed'),
status_reason=_('Unknown'), **kwargs):
super(ResourceUnknownStatus, self).__init__(
result=result, status_reason=status_reason, **kwargs)
class UpdateInProgress(Exception):
def __init__(self, resource_name='Unknown'):
msg = _("The resource %s is already being updated.") % resource_name
super(Exception, self).__init__(six.text_type(msg))
@six.python_2_unicode_compatible
class Resource(object):
ACTIONS = (
INIT, CREATE, DELETE, UPDATE, ROLLBACK,
SUSPEND, RESUME, ADOPT, SNAPSHOT, CHECK,
) = (
'INIT', 'CREATE', 'DELETE', 'UPDATE', 'ROLLBACK',
'SUSPEND', 'RESUME', 'ADOPT', 'SNAPSHOT', 'CHECK',
)
STATUSES = (IN_PROGRESS, FAILED, COMPLETE
) = ('IN_PROGRESS', 'FAILED', 'COMPLETE')
# If True, this resource must be created before it can be referenced.
strict_dependency = True
# Resource implementation set this to the subset of resource properties
# supported for handle_update, used by update_template_diff_properties
update_allowed_properties = ()
# Resource implementations set this to the name: description dictionary
# that describes the appropriate resource attributes
attributes_schema = {}
# Resource implementations set this to update policies
update_policy_schema = {}
# If True, this resource may perform authenticated API requests
# throughout its lifecycle
requires_deferred_auth = False
# Limit to apply to physical_resource_name() size reduction algorithm.
# If set to None no limit will be applied.
physical_resource_name_limit = 255
support_status = support.SupportStatus()
# Default name to use for calls to self.client()
default_client_name = None
# no signal actions
no_signal_actions = (SUSPEND, DELETE)
def __new__(cls, name, definition, stack):
'''Create a new Resource of the appropriate class for its type.'''
assert isinstance(definition, rsrc_defn.ResourceDefinition)
if cls != Resource:
# Call is already for a subclass, so pass it through
ResourceClass = cls
else:
from heat.engine.resources import template_resource
registry = stack.env.registry
try:
ResourceClass = registry.get_class(definition.resource_type,
resource_name=name)
except exception.TemplateNotFound:
ResourceClass = template_resource.TemplateResource
assert issubclass(ResourceClass, Resource)
if not ResourceClass.is_service_available(stack.context):
ex = exception.StackResourceUnavailable(
service_name=ResourceClass.default_client_name,
resource_name=name
)
LOG.error(six.text_type(ex))
raise ex
return super(Resource, cls).__new__(ResourceClass)
def __init__(self, name, definition, stack):
def _validate_name(res_name):
if '/' in res_name:
message = _('Resource name may not contain "/"')
raise exception.StackValidationFailed(message=message)
_validate_name(name)
self.stack = stack
self.context = stack.context
self.name = name
self.t = definition
self.reparse()
self.attributes = attributes.Attributes(self.name,
self.attributes_schema,
self._resolve_attribute)
self.abandon_in_progress = False
self.resource_id = None
# if the stack is being deleted, assume we've already been deleted
if stack.action == stack.DELETE:
self.action = self.DELETE
else:
self.action = self.INIT
self.status = self.COMPLETE
self.status_reason = ''
self.id = None
self.uuid = None
self._data = {}
self._rsrc_metadata = None
self._stored_properties_data = None
self.created_time = None
self.updated_time = None
self._rpc_client = None
self.needed_by = []
self.requires = []
self.replaces = None
self.replaced_by = None
self.current_template_id = None
if not stack.has_cache_data():
resource = stack.db_resource_get(name)
if resource:
self._load_data(resource)
def rpc_client(self):
'''Return a client for making engine RPC calls.'''
if not self._rpc_client:
self._rpc_client = rpc_client.EngineClient()
return self._rpc_client
def _load_data(self, resource):
'''Load the resource state from its DB representation.'''
self.resource_id = resource.nova_instance
self.action = resource.action
self.status = resource.status
self.status_reason = resource.status_reason
self.id = resource.id
self.uuid = resource.uuid
try:
self._data = resource_data_objects.ResourceData.get_all(
self, resource.data)
except exception.NotFound:
self._data = {}
self._rsrc_metadata = resource.rsrc_metadata
self._stored_properties_data = resource.properties_data
self.created_time = resource.created_at
self.updated_time = resource.updated_at
self.needed_by = resource.needed_by
self.requires = resource.requires
self.replaces = resource.replaces
self.replaced_by = resource.replaced_by
self.current_template_id = resource.current_template_id
@property
def stack(self):
stack = self._stackref()
assert stack is not None, "Need a reference to the Stack object"
return stack
@stack.setter
def stack(self, stack):
self._stackref = weakref.ref(stack)
@classmethod
def load(cls, context, resource_id, data):
# FIXME(sirushtim): Import this in global space.
from heat.engine import stack as stack_mod
db_res = resource_objects.Resource.get_obj(context, resource_id)
# TODO(sirushtim): Load stack from cache
stack = stack_mod.Stack.load(context, db_res.stack_id)
stack.adopt_stack_data = data.get('adopt_stack_data')
# NOTE(sirushtim): Because on delete/cleanup operations, we simply
# update with another template, the stack object won't have the
# template of the previous stack-run.
tmpl = template.Template.load(context, db_res.current_template_id)
stack_res = tmpl.resource_definitions(stack)[db_res.name]
resource = cls(db_res.name, stack_res, stack)
resource._load_data(db_res)
return resource, stack
def make_replacement(self, new_tmpl_id):
# 1. create the replacement with "replaces" = self.id
# Don't set physical_resource_id so that a create is triggered.
rs = {'stack_id': self.stack.id,
'name': self.name,
'properties_data': self._stored_properties_data,
'needed_by': self.needed_by,
'requires': self.requires,
'replaces': self.id,
'action': self.INIT,
'status': self.COMPLETE,
'current_template_id': new_tmpl_id,
'stack_name': self.stack.name}
new_rs = resource_objects.Resource.create(self.context, rs)
# 2. update the current resource to be replaced_by the one above.
rs = resource_objects.Resource.get_obj(self.context, self.id)
self.replaced_by = new_rs.id
rs.update_and_save({'status': self.COMPLETE,
'replaced_by': self.replaced_by})
return new_rs.id
def reparse(self):
self.properties = self.t.properties(self.properties_schema,
self.context)
def __eq__(self, other):
'''Allow == comparison of two resources.'''
# For the purposes of comparison, we declare two resource objects
# equal if their names and parsed_templates are the same
if isinstance(other, Resource):
return (self.name == other.name) and (
self.parsed_template() == other.parsed_template())
return NotImplemented
def __ne__(self, other):
'''Allow != comparison of two resources.'''
result = self.__eq__(other)
if result is NotImplemented:
return result
return not result
def __hash__(self):
return id(self)
def metadata_get(self, refresh=False):
if refresh:
self._rsrc_metadata = None
if self.id is None or self.action == self.INIT:
return self.t.metadata()
if self._rsrc_metadata is not None:
return self._rsrc_metadata
rs = resource_objects.Resource.get_obj(self.stack.context, self.id)
rs.refresh(attrs=['rsrc_metadata'])
self._rsrc_metadata = rs.rsrc_metadata
return rs.rsrc_metadata
def metadata_set(self, metadata):
if self.id is None or self.action == self.INIT:
raise exception.ResourceNotAvailable(resource_name=self.name)
rs = resource_objects.Resource.get_obj(self.stack.context, self.id)
rs.update_and_save({'rsrc_metadata': metadata})
self._rsrc_metadata = metadata
@classmethod
def set_needed_by(cls, db_rsrc, needed_by):
if db_rsrc:
db_rsrc.update_and_save(
{'needed_by': needed_by}
)
@classmethod
def set_requires(cls, db_rsrc, requires):
if db_rsrc:
db_rsrc.update_and_save(
{'requires': requires}
)
def _break_if_required(self, action, hook):
'''Block the resource until the hook is cleared if there is one.'''
if self.stack.env.registry.matches_hook(self.name, hook):
self._add_event(self.action, self.status,
_("%(a)s paused until Hook %(h)s is cleared")
% {'a': action, 'h': hook})
self.trigger_hook(hook)
LOG.info(_LI('Reached hook on %s'), six.text_type(self))
while self.has_hook(hook) and self.status != self.FAILED:
try:
yield
except Exception:
self.clear_hook(hook)
self._add_event(
self.action, self.status,
"Failure occured while waiting.")
def has_hook(self, hook):
# Clear the cache to make sure the data is up to date:
self._data = None
return self.data().get(hook) == "True"
def trigger_hook(self, hook):
self.data_set(hook, "True")
def clear_hook(self, hook):
self.data_delete(hook)
def type(self):
return self.t.resource_type
def has_interface(self, resource_type):
"""Check to see if this resource is either mapped to resource_type
or is a "resource_type".
"""
if self.type() == resource_type:
return True
ri = self.stack.env.get_resource_info(self.type(),
self.name)
return ri.name == resource_type
def implementation_signature(self):
'''
Return a tuple defining the implementation.
This should be broken down into a definition and an
implementation version.
'''
return (self.__class__.__name__, self.support_status.version)
def identifier(self):
'''Return an identifier for this resource.'''
return identifier.ResourceIdentifier(resource_name=self.name,
**self.stack.identifier())
def parsed_template(self, section=None, default=None):
'''
Return the parsed template data for the resource. May be limited to
only one section of the data, in which case a default value may also
be supplied.
'''
default = default or {}
if section is None:
template = self.t
else:
template = self.t.get(section, default)
return function.resolve(template)
def frozen_definition(self):
if self._stored_properties_data is not None:
args = {'properties': self._stored_properties_data}
else:
args = {}
return self.t.freeze(**args)
def update_template_diff(self, after, before):
'''
Returns the difference between the before and after json snippets. If
something has been removed in after which exists in before we set it to
None.
'''
# Create a set containing the keys in both current and update template
template_keys = set(six.iterkeys(before))
template_keys.update(set(six.iterkeys(after)))
# Create a set of keys which differ (or are missing/added)
changed_keys_set = set([k for k in template_keys
if before.get(k) != after.get(k)])
return dict((k, after.get(k)) for k in changed_keys_set)
def update_template_diff_properties(self, after_props, before_props):
'''
Returns the changed Properties between the before and after properties.
If any property having immutable as True is updated,
raises NotSupported error.
If any properties have changed which are not in
update_allowed_properties, raises UpdateReplace.
'''
update_allowed_set = set(self.update_allowed_properties)
immutable_set = set()
for (psk, psv) in six.iteritems(self.properties.props):
if psv.update_allowed():
update_allowed_set.add(psk)
if psv.immutable():
immutable_set.add(psk)
# Create a set of keys which differ (or are missing/added)
changed_properties_set = set(k for k in after_props
if before_props.get(k) !=
after_props.get(k))
# Create a list of updated properties offending property immutability
update_replace_forbidden = [k for k in changed_properties_set
if k in immutable_set]
if update_replace_forbidden:
mesg = _("Update to properties %(props)s of %(name)s (%(res)s)"
) % {'props': ", ".join(sorted(update_replace_forbidden)),
'res': self.type(), 'name': self.name}
raise exception.NotSupported(feature=mesg)
if not changed_properties_set.issubset(update_allowed_set):
raise UpdateReplace(self.name)
return dict((k, after_props.get(k)) for k in changed_properties_set)
def __str__(self):
if self.stack.id:
if self.resource_id:
text = '%s "%s" [%s] %s' % (self.__class__.__name__, self.name,
self.resource_id,
six.text_type(self.stack))
else:
text = '%s "%s" %s' % (self.__class__.__name__, self.name,
six.text_type(self.stack))
else:
text = '%s "%s"' % (self.__class__.__name__, self.name)
return six.text_type(text)
def dep_attrs(self, resource_name):
return self.t.dep_attrs(resource_name)
def add_dependencies(self, deps):
for dep in self.t.dependencies(self.stack):
deps += (self, dep)
deps += (self, None)
def required_by(self):
'''
Returns a list of names of resources which directly require this
resource as a dependency.
'''
return list(
[r.name for r in self.stack.dependencies.required_by(self)])
def client(self, name=None):
client_name = name or self.default_client_name
assert client_name, "Must specify client name"
return self.stack.clients.client(client_name)
def client_plugin(self, name=None):
client_name = name or self.default_client_name
assert client_name, "Must specify client name"
return self.stack.clients.client_plugin(client_name)
@classmethod
def is_service_available(cls, context):
# NOTE(kanagaraj-manickam): return True to satisfy the cases like
# resource does not have endpoint, such as RandomString, OS::Heat
# resources as they are implemented within the engine.
if cls.default_client_name is None:
return True
try:
client_plugin = clients.Clients(context).client_plugin(
cls.default_client_name)
service_types = client_plugin.service_types
if not service_types:
return True
# NOTE(kanagaraj-manickam): if one of the service_type does
# exist in the keystone, then considered it as available.
for service_type in service_types:
if client_plugin.does_endpoint_exist(
service_type=service_type,
service_name=cls.default_client_name):
return True
except Exception as ex:
LOG.exception(ex)
return False
def keystone(self):
return self.client('keystone')
def nova(self):
return self.client('nova')
def swift(self):
return self.client('swift')
def neutron(self):
return self.client('neutron')
def cinder(self):
return self.client('cinder')
def trove(self):
return self.client('trove')
def ceilometer(self):
return self.client('ceilometer')
def heat(self):
return self.client('heat')
def glance(self):
return self.client('glance')
@contextlib.contextmanager
def _action_recorder(self, action, expected_exceptions=tuple()):
'''Return a context manager to record the progress of an action.
Upon entering the context manager, the state is set to IN_PROGRESS.
Upon exiting, the state will be set to COMPLETE if no exception was
raised, or FAILED otherwise. Non-exit exceptions will be translated
to ResourceFailure exceptions.
Expected exceptions are re-raised, with the Resource left in the
IN_PROGRESS state.
'''
try:
self.state_set(action, self.IN_PROGRESS)
yield
except expected_exceptions as ex:
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception():
LOG.debug('%s', six.text_type(ex))
except Exception as ex:
LOG.info(_LI('%(action)s: %(info)s'),
{"action": action,
"info": six.text_type(self)},
exc_info=True)
failure = exception.ResourceFailure(ex, self, action)
self.state_set(action, self.FAILED, six.text_type(failure))
raise failure
except: # noqa
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception():
try:
self.state_set(action, self.FAILED, '%s aborted' % action)
except Exception:
LOG.exception(_LE('Error marking resource as failed'))
else:
self.state_set(action, self.COMPLETE)
def action_handler_task(self, action, args=[], action_prefix=None):
'''
A task to call the Resource subclass's handler methods for an action.
Calls the handle_<ACTION>() method for the given action and then calls
the check_<ACTION>_complete() method with the result in a loop until it
returns True. If the methods are not provided, the call is omitted.
Any args provided are passed to the handler.
If a prefix is supplied, the handler method handle_<PREFIX>_<ACTION>()
is called instead.
'''
handler_action = action.lower()
check = getattr(self, 'check_%s_complete' % handler_action, None)
if action_prefix:
handler_action = '%s_%s' % (action_prefix.lower(), handler_action)
handler = getattr(self, 'handle_%s' % handler_action, None)
if callable(handler):
handler_data = handler(*args)
yield
if callable(check):
while not check(handler_data):
yield
@scheduler.wrappertask
def _do_action(self, action, pre_func=None, resource_data=None):
'''
Perform a transition to a new state via a specified action
action should be e.g self.CREATE, self.UPDATE etc, we set
status based on this, the transition is handled by calling the
corresponding handle_* and check_*_complete functions
Note pre_func is an optional function reference which will
be called before the handle_<action> function
If the resource does not declare a check_$action_complete function,
we declare COMPLETE status as soon as the handle_$action call has
finished, and if no handle_$action function is declared, then we do
nothing, useful e.g if the resource requires no action for a given
state transition
'''
assert action in self.ACTIONS, 'Invalid action %s' % action
with self._action_recorder(action):
if callable(pre_func):
pre_func()
handler_args = [resource_data] if resource_data is not None else []
yield self.action_handler_task(action, args=handler_args)
def _update_stored_properties(self):
self._stored_properties_data = function.resolve(self.properties.data)
def preview(self):
'''
Default implementation of Resource.preview.
This method should be overridden by child classes for specific
behavior.
'''
return self
def create_convergence(self, resource_data, engine_id):
'''
Creates the resource by invoking the scheduler TaskRunner.
'''
with self.lock(engine_id):
self.requires = list(
set(data[u'id'] for data in resource_data.values()
if data is not None)
)
adopt_data = self.stack._adopt_kwargs(self)
if adopt_data['resource_data'] is None:
runner = scheduler.TaskRunner(self.create)
else:
runner = scheduler.TaskRunner(self.adopt, **adopt_data)
runner()
@scheduler.wrappertask
def create(self):
'''
Create the resource. Subclasses should provide a handle_create() method
to customise creation.
'''
action = self.CREATE
if (self.action, self.status) != (self.INIT, self.COMPLETE):
exc = exception.Error(_('State %s invalid for create')
% six.text_type(self.state))
raise exception.ResourceFailure(exc, self, action)
# This method can be called when we replace a resource, too. In that
# case, a hook has already been dealt with in `Resource.update` so we
# shouldn't do it here again:
if self.stack.action == self.stack.CREATE:
yield self._break_if_required(
self.CREATE, environment.HOOK_PRE_CREATE)
LOG.info(_LI('creating %s'), six.text_type(self))
# Re-resolve the template, since if the resource Ref's
# the StackId pseudo parameter, it will change after
# the parser.Stack is stored (which is after the resources
# are __init__'d, but before they are create()'d)
self.reparse()
self._update_stored_properties()
def pause():
try:
while True:
yield
except scheduler.Timeout:
return
count = {self.CREATE: 0, self.DELETE: 0}
retry_limit = max(cfg.CONF.action_retry_limit, 0)
first_failure = None
while (count[self.CREATE] <= retry_limit and
count[self.DELETE] <= retry_limit):
if count[action]:
delay = timeutils.retry_backoff_delay(count[action],
jitter_max=2.0)
waiter = scheduler.TaskRunner(pause)
waiter.start(timeout=delay)
while not waiter.step():
yield
try:
yield self._do_action(action, self.properties.validate)
if action == self.CREATE:
return
else:
action = self.CREATE
except exception.ResourceFailure as failure:
if not isinstance(failure.exc, ResourceInError):
raise failure
count[action] += 1
if action == self.CREATE:
action = self.DELETE
count[action] = 0
if first_failure is None:
# Save the first exception
first_failure = failure
if first_failure:
raise first_failure
def prepare_abandon(self):
self.abandon_in_progress = True
return {
'name': self.name,
'resource_id': self.resource_id,
'type': self.type(),
'action': self.action,
'status': self.status,
'metadata': self.metadata_get(refresh=True),
'resource_data': self.data()
}
def adopt(self, resource_data):
'''
Adopt the existing resource. Resource subclasses can provide
a handle_adopt() method to customise adopt.
'''
self._update_stored_properties()
return self._do_action(self.ADOPT, resource_data=resource_data)
def handle_adopt(self, resource_data=None):
resource_id, data, metadata = self._get_resource_info(resource_data)
if not resource_id:
exc = Exception(_('Resource ID was not provided.'))
failure = exception.ResourceFailure(exc, self)
raise failure
# set resource id
self.resource_id_set(resource_id)
# save the resource data
if data and isinstance(data, dict):
for key, value in six.iteritems(data):
self.data_set(key, value)
# save the resource metadata
self.metadata_set(metadata)
def _get_resource_info(self, resource_data):
if not resource_data:
return None, None, None
return (resource_data.get('resource_id'),
resource_data.get('resource_data'),
resource_data.get('metadata'))
def _needs_update(self, after, before, after_props, before_props,
prev_resource):
if self.status == self.FAILED or \
(self.action == self.INIT and self.status == self.COMPLETE):
raise UpdateReplace(self)
if prev_resource is not None:
cur_class_def, cur_ver = self.implementation_signature()
prev_class_def, prev_ver = prev_resource.implementation_signature()
if prev_class_def != cur_class_def:
raise UpdateReplace(self.name)
if prev_ver != cur_ver:
return True
if before != after.freeze():
return True
try:
return before_props != after_props
except ValueError:
return True
def update_convergence(self, template_id, resource_data, engine_id):
'''
Updates the resource by invoking the scheduler TaskRunner
and it persists the resource's current_template_id to template_id and
resource's requires to list of the required resource id from the
given resource_data and existing resource's requires.
'''
with self.lock(engine_id):
new_temp = template.Template.load(self.context, template_id)
new_res_def = new_temp.resource_definitions(self.stack)[self.name]
runner = scheduler.TaskRunner(self.update, new_res_def)
runner()
# update the resource db record (stored in unlock)
self.current_template_id = template_id
self.requires = list(
set(data[u'id'] for data in resource_data.values()
if data is not None)
)
@scheduler.wrappertask
def update(self, after, before=None, prev_resource=None):
'''
update the resource. Subclasses should provide a handle_update() method
to customise update, the base-class handle_update will fail by default.
'''
action = self.UPDATE
assert isinstance(after, rsrc_defn.ResourceDefinition)
if before is None:
before = self.frozen_definition()
before_props = before.properties(self.properties_schema,
self.context)
# Regenerate the schema, else validation would fail
self.regenerate_info_schema(after)
after_props = after.properties(self.properties_schema,
self.context)
yield self._break_if_required(
self.UPDATE, environment.HOOK_PRE_UPDATE)
if not self._needs_update(after, before, after_props, before_props,
prev_resource):
return
if (self.action, self.status) in ((self.CREATE, self.IN_PROGRESS),
(self.UPDATE, self.IN_PROGRESS),
(self.ADOPT, self.IN_PROGRESS)):
exc = Exception(_('Resource update already requested'))
raise exception.ResourceFailure(exc, self, action)
LOG.info(_LI('updating %s'), six.text_type(self))
self.updated_time = datetime.utcnow()
with self._action_recorder(action, UpdateReplace):
after_props.validate()
tmpl_diff = self.update_template_diff(function.resolve(after),
before)
prop_diff = self.update_template_diff_properties(after_props,
before_props)
yield self.action_handler_task(action,
args=[after, tmpl_diff, prop_diff])
self.t = after
self.reparse()
self._update_stored_properties()
def check(self):
"""Checks that the physical resource is in its expected state
Gets the current status of the physical resource and updates the
database accordingly. If check is not supported by the resource,
default action is to fail and revert the resource's status to its
original state with the added message that check was not performed.
"""
action = self.CHECK
LOG.info(_LI('Checking %s'), six.text_type(self))
if hasattr(self, 'handle_%s' % action.lower()):
return self._do_action(action)
else:
reason = '%s not supported for %s' % (action, self.type())
self.state_set(action, self.COMPLETE, reason)
def _verify_check_conditions(self, checks):
def valid(check):
if isinstance(check['expected'], list):
return check['current'] in check['expected']
else:
return check['current'] == check['expected']
msg = _("'%(attr)s': expected '%(expected)s', got '%(current)s'")
invalid_checks = [
msg % check
for check in checks
if not valid(check)
]
if invalid_checks:
raise exception.Error('; '.join(invalid_checks))
def suspend(self):
'''
Suspend the resource. Subclasses should provide a handle_suspend()
method to implement suspend
'''
action = self.SUSPEND
# Don't try to suspend the resource unless it's in a stable state
# or if the previous suspend failed
if (self.action == self.DELETE or
(self.action != self.SUSPEND and
self.status != self.COMPLETE)):
exc = exception.Error(_('State %s invalid for suspend')
% six.text_type(self.state))
raise exception.ResourceFailure(exc, self, action)
LOG.info(_LI('suspending %s'), six.text_type(self))
return self._do_action(action)
def resume(self):
'''
Resume the resource. Subclasses should provide a handle_resume()
method to implement resume
'''
action = self.RESUME
# Allow resume a resource if it's SUSPEND_COMPLETE
# or RESUME_FAILED or RESUME_COMPLETE. Recommend to check
# the real state of physical resource in handle_resume()
if self.state not in ((self.SUSPEND, self.COMPLETE),
(self.RESUME, self.FAILED),
(self.RESUME, self.COMPLETE)):
exc = exception.Error(_('State %s invalid for resume')
% six.text_type(self.state))
raise exception.ResourceFailure(exc, self, action)
LOG.info(_LI('resuming %s'), six.text_type(self))
return self._do_action(action)
def snapshot(self):
'''Snapshot the resource and return the created data, if any.'''
LOG.info(_LI('snapshotting %s'), six.text_type(self))
return self._do_action(self.SNAPSHOT)
@scheduler.wrappertask
def delete_snapshot(self, data):
yield self.action_handler_task('delete_snapshot', args=[data])
def physical_resource_name(self):
if self.id is None or self.action == self.INIT:
return None
name = '%s-%s-%s' % (self.stack.name,
self.name,
short_id.get_id(self.uuid))
if self.physical_resource_name_limit:
name = self.reduce_physical_resource_name(
name, self.physical_resource_name_limit)
return name
@staticmethod
def reduce_physical_resource_name(name, limit):
'''
Reduce length of physical resource name to a limit.
The reduced name will consist of the following:
* the first 2 characters of the name
* a hyphen
* the end of the name, truncated on the left to bring
the name length within the limit
:param name: The name to reduce the length of
:param limit: The max length limit
:returns: A name whose length is less than or equal to the limit
'''
if len(name) <= limit:
return name
if limit < 4:
raise ValueError(_('limit cannot be less than 4'))
postfix_length = limit - 3
return name[0:2] + '-' + name[-postfix_length:]
def validate(self):
LOG.info(_LI('Validating %s'), six.text_type(self))
function.validate(self.t)
self.validate_deletion_policy(self.t.deletion_policy())
try:
validate = self.properties.validate(
with_value=self.stack.strict_validate)
except exception.StackValidationFailed as ex:
path = [self.stack.t.RESOURCES, ex.path[0],
self.stack.t.get_section_name(ex.path[1])]
path.extend(ex.path[2:])
raise exception.StackValidationFailed(
error=ex.error,
path=path,
message=ex.error_message)
return validate
@classmethod
def validate_deletion_policy(cls, policy):
if policy not in rsrc_defn.ResourceDefinition.DELETION_POLICIES:
msg = _('Invalid deletion policy "%s"') % policy
raise exception.StackValidationFailed(message=msg)
if policy == rsrc_defn.ResourceDefinition.SNAPSHOT:
if not callable(getattr(cls, 'handle_snapshot_delete', None)):
msg = _('"%s" deletion policy not supported') % policy
raise exception.StackValidationFailed(message=msg)
def delete_convergence(self, engine_id):
'''
Destroys the resource. The destroy task is run in a scheduler
TaskRunner after acquiring the lock on resource.
'''
with self.lock(engine_id):
runner = scheduler.TaskRunner(self.destroy)
runner()
@scheduler.wrappertask
def delete(self):
'''
Delete the resource. Subclasses should provide a handle_delete() method
to customise deletion.
'''
action = self.DELETE
if (self.action, self.status) == (self.DELETE, self.COMPLETE):
return
# No need to delete if the resource has never been created
if self.action == self.INIT:
return
initial_state = self.state
LOG.info(_LI('deleting %s'), six.text_type(self))
with self._action_recorder(action):
if self.abandon_in_progress:
deletion_policy = self.t.RETAIN
else:
deletion_policy = self.t.deletion_policy()
if deletion_policy != self.t.RETAIN:
if deletion_policy == self.t.SNAPSHOT:
action_args = [[initial_state], 'snapshot']
else:
action_args = []
yield self.action_handler_task(action, *action_args)
@scheduler.wrappertask
def destroy(self):
'''
Delete the resource and remove it from the database.
'''
yield self.delete()
if self.id is None:
return
try:
resource_objects.Resource.delete(self.context, self.id)
except exception.NotFound:
# Don't fail on delete if the db entry has
# not been created yet.
pass
self.id = None
def resource_id_set(self, inst):
self.resource_id = inst
if self.id is not None:
try:
rs = resource_objects.Resource.get_obj(self.context, self.id)
rs.update_and_save({'nova_instance': self.resource_id})
except Exception as ex:
LOG.warn(_LW('db error %s'), ex)
def _store(self, metadata=None):
'''Create the resource in the database.'''
properties_data_encrypted, properties_data = \
resource_objects.Resource.encrypt_properties_data(
self._stored_properties_data)
try:
rs = {'action': self.action,
'status': self.status,
'status_reason': self.status_reason,
'stack_id': self.stack.id,
'nova_instance': self.resource_id,
'name': self.name,
'rsrc_metadata': metadata,
'properties_data': properties_data,
'properties_data_encrypted': properties_data_encrypted,
'needed_by': self.needed_by,
'requires': self.requires,
'replaces': self.replaces,
'replaced_by': self.replaced_by,
'current_template_id': self.current_template_id,
'stack_name': self.stack.name}
new_rs = resource_objects.Resource.create(self.context, rs)
self.id = new_rs.id
self.uuid = new_rs.uuid
self.created_time = new_rs.created_at
self._rsrc_metadata = metadata
except Exception as ex:
LOG.error(_LE('DB error %s'), ex)
def _add_event(self, action, status, reason):
'''Add a state change event to the database.'''
ev = event.Event(self.context, self.stack, action, status, reason,
self.resource_id, self.properties,
self.name, self.type())
ev.store()
def _store_or_update(self, action, status, reason):
prev_action = self.action
self.action = action
self.status = status
self.status_reason = reason
properties_data_encrypted, properties_data = \
resource_objects.Resource.encrypt_properties_data(
self._stored_properties_data)
data = {
'action': self.action,
'status': self.status,
'status_reason': reason,
'stack_id': self.stack.id,
'updated_at': self.updated_time,
'properties_data': properties_data,
'properties_data_encrypted': properties_data_encrypted,
'needed_by': self.needed_by,
'requires': self.requires,
'replaces': self.replaces,
'replaced_by': self.replaced_by,
'current_template_id': self.current_template_id,
'nova_instance': self.resource_id
}
if prev_action == self.INIT:
metadata = self.t.metadata()
data['rsrc_metadata'] = metadata
else:
metadata = self._rsrc_metadata
if self.id is not None:
try:
rs = resource_objects.Resource.get_obj(self.context, self.id)
rs.update_and_save(data)
except Exception as ex:
LOG.error(_LE('DB error %s'), ex)
else:
self._rsrc_metadata = metadata
else:
# This should only happen in unit tests
LOG.warning(_LW('Resource "%s" not pre-stored in DB'), self)
self._store(metadata)
@contextlib.contextmanager
def lock(self, engine_id):
updated_ok = False
try:
rs = resource_objects.Resource.get_obj(self.context, self.id)
updated_ok = rs.select_and_update(
{'engine_id': engine_id},
atomic_key=rs.atomic_key,
expected_engine_id=None)
except Exception as ex:
LOG.error(_LE('DB error %s'), ex)
raise
if not updated_ok:
ex = UpdateInProgress(self.name)
LOG.exception('atomic:%s engine_id:%s/%s' % (
rs.atomic_key, rs.engine_id, engine_id))
raise ex
try:
yield
except: # noqa
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception():
self.unlock(rs, engine_id, rs.atomic_key)
else:
self.unlock(rs, engine_id, rs.atomic_key)
def unlock(self, rsrc, engine_id, atomic_key):
if atomic_key is None:
atomic_key = 0
updated_ok = rsrc.select_and_update(
{'engine_id': None,
'current_template_id': self.current_template_id,
'updated_at': self.updated_time,
'requires': self.requires},
expected_engine_id=engine_id,
atomic_key=atomic_key + 1)
if not updated_ok:
LOG.warn(_LW('Failed to unlock resource %s'), rsrc.name)
def _resolve_attribute(self, name):
"""
Default implementation; should be overridden by resources that expose
attributes
:param name: The attribute to resolve
:returns: the resource attribute named key
"""
# By default, no attributes resolve
pass
def regenerate_info_schema(self, definition):
"""
Default implementation; should be overridden by resources that would
require schema refresh during update, ex. TemplateResource
:definition: Resource Definition
"""
# By default, do not regenerate
pass
def state_reset(self):
"""
Reset state to (INIT, COMPLETE)
"""
self.action = self.INIT
self.status = self.COMPLETE
def state_set(self, action, status, reason="state changed"):
if action not in self.ACTIONS:
raise ValueError(_("Invalid action %s") % action)
if status not in self.STATUSES:
raise ValueError(_("Invalid status %s") % status)
old_state = (self.action, self.status)
new_state = (action, status)
self._store_or_update(action, status, reason)
if new_state != old_state:
self._add_event(action, status, reason)
self.stack.reset_resource_attributes()
@property
def state(self):
'''Returns state, tuple of action, status.'''
return (self.action, self.status)
def FnGetRefId(self):
'''
For the intrinsic function Ref.
:results: the id or name of the resource.
'''
if self.stack.has_cache_data():
return self.stack.cache_data_resource_id(self.name)
if self.resource_id is not None:
return six.text_type(self.resource_id)
else:
return six.text_type(self.name)
def physical_resource_name_or_FnGetRefId(self):
res_name = self.physical_resource_name()
if res_name is not None:
return six.text_type(res_name)
else:
return Resource.FnGetRefId(self)
def FnGetAtt(self, key, *path):
'''
For the intrinsic function Fn::GetAtt.
:param key: the attribute key.
:param path: a list of path components to select from the attribute.
:returns: the attribute value.
'''
if self.stack.has_cache_data():
# Load from cache for lightweight resources.
attribute = self.stack.cache_data_resource_attribute(
self.name, key)
else:
try:
attribute = self.attributes[key]
except KeyError:
raise exception.InvalidTemplateAttribute(resource=self.name,
key=key)
return attributes.select_from_attribute(attribute, path)
def FnBase64(self, data):
'''
For the instrinsic function Fn::Base64.
:param data: the input data.
:returns: the Base64 representation of the input data.
'''
return base64.b64encode(data)
def signal(self, details=None):
'''
signal the resource. Subclasses should provide a handle_signal() method
to implement the signal, the base-class raise an exception if no
handler is implemented.
'''
if self.action in self.no_signal_actions:
self._add_event(self.action, self.status,
'Cannot signal resource during %s' % self.action)
ex = Exception(_('Cannot signal resource during %s') % self.action)
raise exception.ResourceFailure(ex, self)
def get_string_details():
if details is None:
return 'No signal details provided'
if isinstance(details, six.string_types):
return details
if isinstance(details, dict):
if all(k in details for k in ('previous', 'current',
'reason')):
# this is from Ceilometer.
auto = '%(previous)s to %(current)s (%(reason)s)' % details
return 'alarm state changed from %s' % auto
elif 'state' in details:
# this is from watchrule
return 'alarm state changed to %(state)s' % details
return 'Unknown'
# Clear the hook without interfering with resources'
# `handle_signal` callbacks:
if (details and 'unset_hook' in details and
environment.valid_hook_type(details.get('unset_hook'))):
hook = details['unset_hook']
if self.has_hook(hook):
self.clear_hook(hook)
LOG.info(_LI('Clearing %(hook)s hook on %(resource)s'),
{'hook': hook, 'resource': six.text_type(self)})
self._add_event(self.action, self.status,
"Hook %s is cleared" % hook)
return
if not callable(getattr(self, 'handle_signal', None)):
raise exception.ResourceActionNotSupported(action='signal')
try:
signal_result = self.handle_signal(details)
if signal_result:
reason_string = "Signal: %s" % signal_result
else:
reason_string = get_string_details()
self._add_event('SIGNAL', self.status, reason_string)
except NoActionRequired:
# Don't log an event as it just spams the user.
pass
except Exception as ex:
LOG.exception(_LE('signal %(name)s : %(msg)s')
% {'name': six.text_type(self), 'msg': ex})
failure = exception.ResourceFailure(ex, self)
raise failure
def handle_update(self, json_snippet=None, tmpl_diff=None, prop_diff=None):
if prop_diff:
raise UpdateReplace(self.name)
def metadata_update(self, new_metadata=None):
'''
No-op for resources which don't explicitly override this method
'''
if new_metadata:
LOG.warn(_LW("Resource %s does not implement metadata update"),
self.name)
@classmethod
def resource_to_template(cls, resource_type, template_type='cfn'):
'''
:param resource_type: The resource type to be displayed in the template
:param template_type: the template type to generate, cfn or hot.
:returns: A template where the resource's properties_schema is mapped
as parameters, and the resource's attributes_schema is mapped as
outputs
'''
schema = cls.properties_schema
params, props = (properties.Properties.
schema_to_parameters_and_properties(schema,
template_type))
resource_name = cls.__name__
outputs = attributes.Attributes.as_outputs(resource_name, cls,
template_type)
description = 'Initial template of %s' % resource_name
return cls.build_template_dict(resource_name, resource_type,
template_type, params, props,
outputs, description)
@staticmethod
def build_template_dict(res_name, res_type, tmpl_type,
params, props, outputs, description):
if tmpl_type == 'hot':
tmpl_dict = {
hot_tmpl.HOTemplate20150430.VERSION: '2015-04-30',
hot_tmpl.HOTemplate20150430.DESCRIPTION: description,
hot_tmpl.HOTemplate20150430.PARAMETERS: params,
hot_tmpl.HOTemplate20150430.OUTPUTS: outputs,
hot_tmpl.HOTemplate20150430.RESOURCES: {
res_name: {
hot_tmpl.RES_TYPE: res_type,
hot_tmpl.RES_PROPERTIES: props}}}
else:
tmpl_dict = {
cfn_tmpl.CfnTemplate.ALTERNATE_VERSION: '2012-12-12',
cfn_tmpl.CfnTemplate.DESCRIPTION: description,
cfn_tmpl.CfnTemplate.PARAMETERS: params,
cfn_tmpl.CfnTemplate.RESOURCES: {
res_name: {
cfn_tmpl.RES_TYPE: res_type,
cfn_tmpl.RES_PROPERTIES: props}
},
cfn_tmpl.CfnTemplate.OUTPUTS: outputs}
return tmpl_dict
def data(self):
'''
Resource data for this resource
Use methods data_set and data_delete to modify the resource data
for this resource.
:returns: a dict representing the resource data for this resource.
'''
if self._data is None and self.id:
try:
self._data = resource_data_objects.ResourceData.get_all(self)
except exception.NotFound:
pass
return self._data or {}
def data_set(self, key, value, redact=False):
'''Save resource's key/value pair to database.'''
resource_data_objects.ResourceData.set(self, key, value, redact)
# force fetch all resource data from the database again
self._data = None
def data_delete(self, key):
'''
Remove a resource_data element associated to a resource.
:returns: True if the key existed to delete
'''
try:
resource_data_objects.ResourceData.delete(self, key)
except exception.NotFound:
return False
else:
# force fetch all resource data from the database again
self._data = None
return True
def is_using_neutron(self):
try:
self.client('neutron')
except Exception:
return False
else:
return True