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# Copyright (c) 2014 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or
# implied.
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
from oslo_log import log as logging
import oslo_messaging
from oslo_service import service
from osprofiler import profiler
import six
from heat.common import context
from heat.common import exception
from heat.common.i18n import _LE
from heat.common.i18n import _LI
from heat.common import messaging as rpc_messaging
from heat.engine import dependencies
from heat.engine import resource
from heat.engine import stack as parser
from heat.engine import sync_point
from heat.engine import template as templatem
from heat.objects import resource as resource_objects
from heat.rpc import listener_client
from heat.rpc import worker_client as rpc_client
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
@profiler.trace_cls("rpc")
class WorkerService(service.Service):
"""
This service is dedicated to handle internal messages to the 'worker'
(a.k.a. 'converger') actor in convergence. Messages on this bus will
use the 'cast' rather than 'call' method to anycast the message to
an engine that will handle it asynchronously. It won't wait for
or expect replies from these messages.
"""
RPC_API_VERSION = '1.1'
def __init__(self,
host,
topic,
engine_id,
thread_group_mgr):
super(WorkerService, self).__init__()
self.host = host
self.topic = topic
self.engine_id = engine_id
self.thread_group_mgr = thread_group_mgr
self._rpc_client = None
self._rpc_server = None
def start(self):
target = oslo_messaging.Target(
version=self.RPC_API_VERSION,
server=self.host,
topic=self.topic)
LOG.info(_LI("Starting WorkerService ..."))
self._rpc_server = rpc_messaging.get_rpc_server(target, self)
self._rpc_server.start()
self._rpc_client = rpc_client.WorkerClient()
super(WorkerService, self).start()
def stop(self):
# Stop rpc connection at first for preventing new requests
LOG.info(_LI("Stopping WorkerService ..."))
try:
self._rpc_server.stop()
self._rpc_server.wait()
except Exception as e:
LOG.error(_LE("WorkerService is failed to stop, %s"), e)
super(WorkerService, self).stop()
def _try_steal_engine_lock(self, cnxt, resource_id):
rs_obj = resource_objects.Resource.get_obj(cnxt,
resource_id)
if (rs_obj.engine_id != self.engine_id and
rs_obj.engine_id is not None):
if not listener_client.EngineListenerClient(
rs_obj.engine_id).is_alive(cnxt):
# steal the lock.
rs_obj.update_and_save({'engine_id': None})
return True
return False
def _trigger_rollback(self, cnxt, stack):
LOG.info(_LI("Triggering rollback of %(stack_name)s %(action)s "),
{'action': stack.action, 'stack_name': stack.name})
old_tmpl_id = stack.prev_raw_template_id
if old_tmpl_id is None:
rollback_tmpl = templatem.Template.create_empty_template(
version=stack.t.version)
else:
rollback_tmpl = templatem.Template.load(cnxt, old_tmpl_id)
stack.prev_raw_template_id = None
stack.store()
stack.converge_stack(rollback_tmpl, action=stack.ROLLBACK)
def _handle_resource_failure(self, cnxt, stack_id, traversal_id,
failure_reason):
stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack_id=stack_id)
# make sure no new stack operation was triggered
if stack.current_traversal != traversal_id:
return
stack.state_set(stack.action, stack.FAILED, failure_reason)
if (not stack.disable_rollback and
stack.action in (stack.CREATE, stack.ADOPT, stack.UPDATE)):
self._trigger_rollback(cnxt, stack)
else:
stack.purge_db()
@context.request_context
def check_resource(self, cnxt, resource_id, current_traversal, data,
is_update):
'''
Process a node in the dependency graph.
The node may be associated with either an update or a cleanup of its
associated resource.
'''
adopt_data = data.get('adopt_stack_data')
data = dict(sync_point.deserialize_input_data(data))
try:
cache_data = {in_data.get(
'name'): in_data for in_data in data.values()
if in_data is not None}
cache_data['adopt_stack_data'] = adopt_data
rsrc, stack = resource.Resource.load(cnxt, resource_id, cache_data)
except (exception.ResourceNotFound, exception.NotFound):
return
tmpl = stack.t
if current_traversal != rsrc.stack.current_traversal:
LOG.debug('[%s] Traversal cancelled; stopping.', current_traversal)
return
current_deps = ([tuple(i), (tuple(j) if j is not None else None)]
for i, j in rsrc.stack.current_deps['edges'])
deps = dependencies.Dependencies(edges=current_deps)
graph = deps.graph()
if is_update:
if (rsrc.replaced_by is not None and
rsrc.current_template_id != tmpl.id):
return
try:
check_resource_update(rsrc, tmpl.id, data, self.engine_id)
except resource.UpdateReplace:
new_res_id = rsrc.make_replacement(tmpl.id)
LOG.info("Replacing resource with new id %s", new_res_id)
data = sync_point.serialize_input_data(data)
self._rpc_client.check_resource(cnxt,
new_res_id,
current_traversal,
data, is_update)
return
except resource.UpdateInProgress:
if self._try_steal_engine_lock(cnxt, resource_id):
self._rpc_client.check_resource(cnxt,
resource_id,
current_traversal,
data, is_update)
return
except exception.ResourceFailure as ex:
reason = 'Resource %s failed: %s' % (stack.action,
six.text_type(ex))
self._handle_resource_failure(
cnxt, stack.id, current_traversal, reason)
return
input_data = construct_input_data(rsrc)
else:
try:
check_resource_cleanup(rsrc, tmpl.id, data, self.engine_id)
except resource.UpdateInProgress:
if self._try_steal_engine_lock(cnxt, resource_id):
self._rpc_client.check_resource(cnxt,
resource_id,
current_traversal,
data, is_update)
return
except exception.ResourceFailure as ex:
reason = 'Resource %s failed: %s' % (stack.action,
six.text_type(ex))
self._handle_resource_failure(
cnxt, stack.id, current_traversal, reason)
return
graph_key = (resource_id, is_update)
if graph_key not in graph and rsrc.replaces is not None:
# If we are a replacement, impersonate the replaced resource for
# the purposes of calculating whether subsequent resources are
# ready, since everybody has to work from the same version of the
# graph. Our real resource ID is sent in the input_data, so the
# dependencies will get updated to point to this resource in time
# for the next traversal.
graph_key = (rsrc.replaces, is_update)
try:
for req, fwd in deps.required_by(graph_key):
propagate_check_resource(
cnxt, self._rpc_client, req, current_traversal,
set(graph[(req, fwd)]), graph_key,
input_data if fwd else None, fwd)
check_stack_complete(cnxt, rsrc.stack, current_traversal,
resource_id, deps, is_update)
except sync_point.SyncPointNotFound:
# Reload the stack to determine the current traversal, and check
# the SyncPoint for the current node to determine if it is ready.
# If it is, then retrigger the current node with the appropriate
# data for the latest traversal.
stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack_id=rsrc.stack.id)
if current_traversal == rsrc.stack.current_traversal:
LOG.debug('[%s] Traversal sync point missing.',
current_traversal)
return
current_traversal = stack.current_traversal
current_deps = ([tuple(i), (tuple(j) if j is not None else None)]
for i, j in stack.current_deps['edges'])
deps = dependencies.Dependencies(edges=current_deps)
key = sync_point.make_key(resource_id, current_traversal,
is_update)
predecessors = deps.graph()[key]
def do_check(target_key, data):
self.check_resource(resource_id, current_traversal,
data)
try:
sync_point.sync(cnxt, resource_id, current_traversal,
is_update, do_check, predecessors, {key: None})
except sync_point.sync_points.NotFound:
pass
def construct_input_data(rsrc):
attributes = rsrc.stack.get_dep_attrs(
six.itervalues(rsrc.stack.resources),
rsrc.stack.outputs,
rsrc.name)
resolved_attributes = {attr: rsrc.FnGetAtt(attr) for attr in attributes}
input_data = {'id': rsrc.id,
'name': rsrc.name,
'physical_resource_id': rsrc.resource_id,
'attrs': resolved_attributes}
return input_data
def check_stack_complete(cnxt, stack, current_traversal, sender_id, deps,
is_update):
'''
Mark the stack complete if the update is complete.
Complete is currently in the sense that all desired resources are in
service, not that superfluous ones have been cleaned up.
'''
roots = set(deps.roots())
if (sender_id, is_update) not in roots:
return
def mark_complete(stack_id, data):
stack.mark_complete(current_traversal)
sender_key = (sender_id, is_update)
sync_point.sync(cnxt, stack.id, current_traversal, True,
mark_complete, roots, {sender_key: None})
def propagate_check_resource(cnxt, rpc_client, next_res_id,
current_traversal, predecessors, sender_key,
sender_data, is_update):
'''
Trigger processing of a node if all of its dependencies are satisfied.
'''
def do_check(entity_id, data):
rpc_client.check_resource(cnxt, entity_id, current_traversal,
data, is_update)
sync_point.sync(cnxt, next_res_id, current_traversal,
is_update, do_check, predecessors,
{sender_key: sender_data})
def check_resource_update(rsrc, template_id, data, engine_id):
'''
Create or update the Resource if appropriate.
'''
if (rsrc.resource_id is None
and not (rsrc.action == resource.Resource.CREATE and
rsrc.status in [
resource.Resource.COMPLETE,
resource.Resource.FAILED
])):
rsrc.create_convergence(data, engine_id)
else:
rsrc.update_convergence(template_id, data, engine_id)
def check_resource_cleanup(rsrc, template_id, data, engine_id):
'''
Delete the Resource if appropriate.
'''
if rsrc.current_template_id != template_id:
rsrc.delete_convergence(engine_id)