heat/bin/heat
Steven Hardy cd512f5e91 heat : heat cli pep cleanups
Fix some pep whitespace issues, which were not picked
up by the jenkins gate for some reason..

Change-Id: I9a3488d61a3cde4bb8038f3f1927eb0c1ad0f60c
Signed-off-by: Steven Hardy <shardy@redhat.com>
2012-10-16 14:34:38 +01:00

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#!/usr/bin/env python
# vim: tabstop=4 shiftwidth=4 softtabstop=4
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"""
This is the administration program for heat. It is simply a command-line
interface for adding, modifying, and retrieving information about the stacks
belonging to a user. It is a convenience application that talks to the heat
API server.
"""
import gettext
import optparse
import os
import os.path
import sys
import time
import json
import logging
import httplib
from urlparse import urlparse
# If ../heat/__init__.py exists, add ../ to Python search path, so that
# it will override what happens to be installed in /usr/(local/)lib/python...
possible_topdir = os.path.normpath(os.path.join(os.path.abspath(sys.argv[0]),
os.pardir,
os.pardir))
if os.path.exists(os.path.join(possible_topdir, 'heat', '__init__.py')):
sys.path.insert(0, possible_topdir)
scriptname = os.path.basename(sys.argv[0])
gettext.install('heat', unicode=1)
if scriptname == 'heat-boto':
from heat import boto_client as heat_client
else:
from heat import client as heat_client
from heat import version
from heat.common import config
from heat.common import exception
from heat import utils
from keystoneclient.v2_0 import client
def get_swift_template(options):
'''
Retrieve a template from the swift object store, using
the provided URL. We request a keystone token to authenticate
'''
template_body = None
if options.auth_strategy == 'keystone':
# we use the keystone credentials to get a token
# to pass in the request header
keystone = client.Client(username=options.username,
password=options.password,
tenant_name=options.tenant,
auth_url=options.auth_url)
logging.info("Getting template from swift URL: %s" %
options.template_object)
url = urlparse(options.template_object)
if url.scheme == 'https':
conn = httplib.HTTPSConnection(url.netloc)
else:
conn = httplib.HTTPConnection(url.netloc)
headers = {'X-Auth-Token': keystone.auth_token}
conn.request("GET", url.path, headers=headers)
r1 = conn.getresponse()
logging.info('status %d' % r1.status)
if r1.status == 200:
template_body = r1.read()
conn.close()
else:
logging.error("template-object option requires keystone")
return template_body
def get_template_param(options):
'''
Helper function to extract the template in whatever
format has been specified by the cli options
'''
param = {}
if options.template_file:
param['TemplateBody'] = open(options.template_file).read()
elif options.template_url:
param['TemplateUrl'] = options.template_url
elif options.template_object:
template_body = get_swift_template(options)
if template_body:
param['TemplateBody'] = template_body
else:
logging.error("Error reading swift template")
return param
@utils.catch_error('validate')
def template_validate(options, arguments):
'''
Validate a template. This command parses a template and verifies that
it is in the correct format.
Usage: heat validate \\
[--template-file=<template file>|--template-url=<template URL>] \\
[options]
--template-file: Specify a local template file.
--template-url: Specify a URL pointing to a stack description template.
'''
parameters = {}
templ_param = get_template_param(options)
if templ_param:
parameters.update(templ_param)
else:
logging.error('Please specify a template file or url')
return utils.FAILURE
c = get_client(options)
parameters.update(c.format_parameters(options))
result = c.validate_template(**parameters)
print c.format_template(result)
@utils.catch_error('estimatetemplatecost')
def estimate_template_cost(options, arguments):
parameters = {}
try:
parameters['StackName'] = arguments.pop(0)
except IndexError:
logging.error("Please specify the stack name you wish to estimate")
logging.error("as the first argument")
return utils.FAILURE
templ_param = get_template_param(options)
if templ_param:
parameters.update(templ_param)
else:
logging.error('Please specify a template file or url')
return utils.FAILURE
c = get_client(options)
parameters.update(c.format_parameters(options))
result = c.estimate_template_cost(**parameters)
print result
@utils.catch_error('gettemplate')
def get_template(options, arguments):
'''
Gets an existing stack template.
'''
parameters = {}
try:
parameters['StackName'] = arguments.pop(0)
except IndexError:
logging.error("Please specify the stack you wish to get")
logging.error("as the first argument")
return utils.FAILURE
c = get_client(options)
result = c.get_template(**parameters)
print result
@utils.catch_error('create')
def stack_create(options, arguments):
'''
Create a new stack from a template.
Usage: heat create <stack name> \\
[--template-file=<template file>|--template-url=<template URL>] \\
[options]
Stack Name: The user specified name of the stack you wish to create.
--template-file: Specify a local template file containing a valid
stack description template.
--template-url: Specify a URL pointing to a valid stack description
template.
'''
parameters = {}
try:
parameters['StackName'] = arguments.pop(0)
except IndexError:
logging.error("Please specify the stack name you wish to create")
logging.error("as the first argument")
return utils.FAILURE
parameters['TimeoutInMinutes'] = options.timeout
templ_param = get_template_param(options)
if templ_param:
parameters.update(templ_param)
else:
logging.error('Please specify a template file or url')
return utils.FAILURE
c = get_client(options)
parameters.update(c.format_parameters(options))
result = c.create_stack(**parameters)
print result
@utils.catch_error('update')
def stack_update(options, arguments):
'''
Update an existing stack.
Usage: heat update <stack name> \\
[--template-file=<template file>|--template-url=<template URL>] \\
[options]
Stack Name: The name of the stack you wish to modify.
--template-file: Specify a local template file containing a valid
stack description template.
--template-url: Specify a URL pointing to a valid stack description
template.
Options:
--parameters: A list of key/value pairs separated by ';'s used
to specify allowed values in the template file.
'''
parameters = {}
try:
parameters['StackName'] = arguments.pop(0)
except IndexError:
logging.error("Please specify the stack name you wish to update")
logging.error("as the first argument")
return utils.FAILURE
templ_param = get_template_param(options)
if templ_param:
parameters.update(templ_param)
else:
logging.error('Please specify a template file or url')
return utils.FAILURE
c = get_client(options)
parameters.update(c.format_parameters(options))
result = c.update_stack(**parameters)
print result
@utils.catch_error('delete')
def stack_delete(options, arguments):
'''
Delete an existing stack. This shuts down all VMs associated with
the stack and (perhaps wrongly) also removes all events associated
with the given stack.
Usage: heat delete <stack name>
'''
parameters = {}
try:
parameters['StackName'] = arguments.pop(0)
except IndexError:
logging.error("Please specify the stack name you wish to delete")
logging.error("as the first argument")
return utils.FAILURE
c = get_client(options)
result = c.delete_stack(**parameters)
print result
@utils.catch_error('describe')
def stack_describe(options, arguments):
'''
Describes an existing stack.
Usage: heat describe <stack name>
'''
parameters = {}
try:
parameters['StackName'] = arguments.pop(0)
except IndexError:
logging.info("No stack name passed, getting results for ALL stacks")
c = get_client(options)
result = c.describe_stacks(**parameters)
print c.format_stack(result)
@utils.catch_error('event-list')
def stack_events_list(options, arguments):
'''
List events associated with the given stack.
Usage: heat event-list <stack name>
'''
parameters = {}
try:
parameters['StackName'] = arguments.pop(0)
except IndexError:
pass
c = get_client(options)
result = c.list_stack_events(**parameters)
print c.format_stack_event(result)
@utils.catch_error('resource')
def stack_resource_show(options, arguments):
'''
Display details of the specified resource.
'''
c = get_client(options)
try:
stack_name, resource_name = arguments
except ValueError:
print 'Enter stack name and logical resource id'
return
parameters = {
'StackName': stack_name,
'LogicalResourceId': resource_name,
}
result = c.describe_stack_resource(**parameters)
print c.format_stack_resource_detail(result)
@utils.catch_error('resource-list')
def stack_resources_list(options, arguments):
'''
Display summary of all resources in the specified stack.
'''
c = get_client(options)
try:
stack_name = arguments.pop(0)
except IndexError:
print 'Enter stack name'
return
parameters = {
'StackName': stack_name,
}
result = c.list_stack_resources(**parameters)
print c.format_stack_resource_summary(result)
@utils.catch_error('resource-list-details')
def stack_resources_list_details(options, arguments):
'''
Display details of resources in the specified stack.
- If stack name is specified, all associated resources are returned
- If physical resource ID is specified, all associated resources of the
stack the resource belongs to are returned
- You must specify stack name *or* physical resource ID
- You may optionally specify a Logical resource ID to filter the result
'''
usage = ('''Usage:
%s resource-list-details stack_name [logical_resource_id]
%s resource-list-details physical_resource_id [logical_resource_id]''' %
(scriptname, scriptname))
try:
name_or_pid = arguments.pop(0)
except IndexError:
logging.error("Must pass a stack_name or physical_resource_id")
print usage
return
logical_resource_id = arguments.pop(0) if arguments else None
parameters = {
'NameOrPid': name_or_pid,
'LogicalResourceId': logical_resource_id, }
c = get_client(options)
result = c.describe_stack_resources(**parameters)
if result:
print c.format_stack_resource(result)
else:
logging.error("Invalid stack_name, physical_resource_id " +
"or logical_resource_id")
print usage
@utils.catch_error('list')
def stack_list(options, arguments):
'''
List all running stacks.
Usage: heat list
'''
c = get_client(options)
result = c.list_stacks()
print c.format_stack_summary(result)
def get_client(options):
"""
Returns a new client object to a heat server
specified by the --host and --port options
supplied to the CLI
"""
return heat_client.get_client(host=options.host,
port=options.port,
username=options.username,
password=options.password,
tenant=options.tenant,
auth_url=options.auth_url,
auth_strategy=options.auth_strategy,
auth_token=options.auth_token,
region=options.region,
insecure=options.insecure)
def create_options(parser):
"""
Sets up the CLI and config-file options that may be
parsed and program commands.
:param parser: The option parser
"""
parser.add_option('-v', '--verbose', default=False, action="store_true",
help="Print more verbose output")
parser.add_option('-d', '--debug', default=False, action="store_true",
help="Print more verbose output")
parser.add_option('-y', '--yes', default=False, action="store_true",
help="Don't prompt for user input; assume the answer to "
"every question is 'yes'.")
parser.add_option('-H', '--host', metavar="ADDRESS", default="0.0.0.0",
help="Address of heat API host. "
"Default: %default")
parser.add_option('-p', '--port', dest="port", metavar="PORT",
type=int, default=config.DEFAULT_PORT,
help="Port the heat API host listens on. "
"Default: %default")
parser.add_option('-U', '--url', metavar="URL", default=None,
help="URL of heat service. This option can be used "
"to specify the hostname, port and protocol "
"(http/https) of the heat server, for example "
"-U https://localhost:" + str(config.DEFAULT_PORT) +
"/v1 Default: No<F3>ne")
parser.add_option('-k', '--insecure', dest="insecure",
default=False, action="store_true",
help="Explicitly allow heat to perform \"insecure\" "
"SSL (https) requests. The server's certificate will "
"not be verified against any certificate authorities. "
"This option should be used with caution.")
parser.add_option('-A', '--auth_token', dest="auth_token",
metavar="TOKEN", default=None,
help="Authentication token to use to identify the "
"client to the heat server")
parser.add_option('-I', '--username', dest="username",
metavar="USER", default=None,
help="User name used to acquire an authentication token")
parser.add_option('-K', '--password', dest="password",
metavar="PASSWORD", default=None,
help="Password used to acquire an authentication token")
parser.add_option('-T', '--tenant', dest="tenant",
metavar="TENANT", default=None,
help="Tenant name used for Keystone authentication")
parser.add_option('-R', '--region', dest="region",
metavar="REGION", default=None,
help="Region name. When using keystone authentication "
"version 2.0 or later this identifies the region "
"name to use when selecting the service endpoint. A "
"region name must be provided if more than one "
"region endpoint is available")
parser.add_option('-N', '--auth_url', dest="auth_url",
metavar="AUTH_URL", default=None,
help="Authentication URL")
parser.add_option('-S', '--auth_strategy', dest="auth_strategy",
metavar="STRATEGY", default=None,
help="Authentication strategy (keystone or noauth)")
parser.add_option('-o', '--template-object',
metavar="template_object", default=None,
help="URL to retrieve template object (e.g from swift)")
parser.add_option('-u', '--template-url', metavar="template_url",
default=None, help="URL of template. Default: None")
parser.add_option('-f', '--template-file', metavar="template_file",
default=None, help="Path to the template. Default: None")
parser.add_option('-t', '--timeout', metavar="timeout",
default='60',
help='Stack creation timeout in minutes. Default: 60')
parser.add_option('-P', '--parameters', metavar="parameters", default=None,
help="Parameter values used to create the stack.")
def credentials_from_env():
return dict(username=os.getenv('OS_USERNAME'),
password=os.getenv('OS_PASSWORD'),
tenant=os.getenv('OS_TENANT_NAME'),
auth_url=os.getenv('OS_AUTH_URL'),
auth_strategy=os.getenv('OS_AUTH_STRATEGY'))
def parse_options(parser, cli_args):
"""
Returns the parsed CLI options, command to run and its arguments, merged
with any same-named options found in a configuration file
:param parser: The option parser
"""
if not cli_args:
cli_args.append('-h') # Show options in usage output...
(options, args) = parser.parse_args(cli_args)
env_opts = credentials_from_env()
for option, env_val in env_opts.items():
if not getattr(options, option):
setattr(options, option, env_val)
if options.url is not None:
u = urlparse(options.url)
options.port = u.port
options.host = u.hostname
if not options.auth_strategy:
options.auth_strategy = 'noauth'
options.use_ssl = (options.url is not None and u.scheme == 'https')
# HACK(sirp): Make the parser available to the print_help method
# print_help is a command, so it only accepts (options, args); we could
# one-off have it take (parser, options, args), however, for now, I think
# this little hack will suffice
options.__parser = parser
if not args:
parser.print_usage()
sys.exit(0)
command_name = args.pop(0)
command = lookup_command(parser, command_name)
if options.debug:
logging.basicConfig(format='%(levelname)s:%(message)s',
level=logging.DEBUG)
logging.debug("Debug level logging enabled")
elif options.verbose:
logging.basicConfig(format='%(levelname)s:%(message)s',
level=logging.INFO)
else:
logging.basicConfig(format='%(levelname)s:%(message)s',
level=logging.WARNING)
return (options, command, args)
def print_help(options, args):
"""
Print help specific to a command
"""
parser = options.__parser
if not args:
parser.print_usage()
subst = {'prog': os.path.basename(sys.argv[0])}
docs = [lookup_command(parser, cmd).__doc__ % subst for cmd in args]
print '\n\n'.join(docs)
def lookup_command(parser, command_name):
base_commands = {'help': print_help}
stack_commands = {
'create': stack_create,
'update': stack_update,
'delete': stack_delete,
'list': stack_list,
'events_list': stack_events_list, # DEPRECATED
'event-list': stack_events_list,
'resource': stack_resource_show,
'resource-list': stack_resources_list,
'resource-list-details': stack_resources_list_details,
'validate': template_validate,
'gettemplate': get_template,
'estimate-template-cost': estimate_template_cost,
'describe': stack_describe}
commands = {}
for command_set in (base_commands, stack_commands):
commands.update(command_set)
try:
command = commands[command_name]
except KeyError:
parser.print_usage()
sys.exit("Unknown command: %s" % command_name)
return command
def main():
'''
'''
usage = """
%prog <command> [options] [args]
Commands:
help <command> Output help for one of the commands below
create Create the stack
delete Delete the stack
describe Describe the stack
update Update the stack
list List the user's stacks
gettemplate Get the template
estimate-template-cost Returns the estimated monthly cost of a template
validate Validate a template
event-list List events for a stack
resource Describe the resource
resource-list Show list of resources belonging to a stack
resource-list-details Detailed view of resources belonging to a stack
"""
oparser = optparse.OptionParser(version='%%prog %s'
% version.version_string(),
usage=usage.strip())
create_options(oparser)
(opts, cmd, args) = parse_options(oparser, sys.argv[1:])
try:
start_time = time.time()
result = cmd(opts, args)
end_time = time.time()
logging.debug("Completed in %-0.4f sec." % (end_time - start_time))
sys.exit(result)
except (RuntimeError,
NotImplementedError,
exception.ClientConfigurationError), ex:
oparser.print_usage()
logging.error("ERROR: %s" % ex)
sys.exit(1)
if __name__ == '__main__':
main()