OpenStack Orchestration (Heat)
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#
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# not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
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# under the License.
from keystoneclient.contrib.ec2 import utils as ec2_utils
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_log import log as logging
from oslo_serialization import jsonutils
from oslo_utils import timeutils
from six.moves.urllib import parse as urlparse
from heat.common import exception
from heat.common.i18n import _
from heat.common import password_gen
from heat.engine.clients.os import swift
from heat.engine.resources import stack_user
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
SIGNAL_TYPES = (
WAITCONDITION, SIGNAL
) = (
'/waitcondition', '/signal'
)
SIGNAL_VERB = {WAITCONDITION: 'PUT',
SIGNAL: 'POST'}
class SignalResponder(stack_user.StackUser):
PROPERTIES = (
SIGNAL_TRANSPORT,
) = (
'signal_transport',
)
ATTRIBUTES = (
SIGNAL_ATTR,
) = (
'signal',
)
# Anything which subclasses this may trigger authenticated
# API operations as a consequence of handling a signal
requires_deferred_auth = True
def handle_delete(self):
self._delete_signals()
return super(SignalResponder, self).handle_delete()
def _delete_signals(self):
self._delete_ec2_signed_url()
self._delete_heat_signal_url()
self._delete_swift_signal_url()
self._delete_zaqar_signal_queue()
@property
def password(self):
return self.data().get('password')
@password.setter
def password(self, password):
if password is None:
self.data_delete('password')
else:
self.data_set('password', password, True)
def _signal_transport_cfn(self):
return self.properties[
self.SIGNAL_TRANSPORT] == self.CFN_SIGNAL
def _signal_transport_heat(self):
return self.properties[
self.SIGNAL_TRANSPORT] == self.HEAT_SIGNAL
def _signal_transport_none(self):
return self.properties[
self.SIGNAL_TRANSPORT] == self.NO_SIGNAL
def _signal_transport_temp_url(self):
return self.properties[
self.SIGNAL_TRANSPORT] == self.TEMP_URL_SIGNAL
def _signal_transport_zaqar(self):
return self.properties.get(
self.SIGNAL_TRANSPORT) == self.ZAQAR_SIGNAL
def _get_heat_signal_credentials(self):
"""Return OpenStack credentials that can be used to send a signal.
These credentials are for the user associated with this resource in
the heat stack user domain.
"""
if self._get_user_id() is None:
if self.password is None:
self.password = password_gen.generate_openstack_password()
self._create_user()
return {'auth_url': self.keystone().server_keystone_endpoint_url(
fallback_endpoint=self.keystone().v3_endpoint),
'username': self.physical_resource_name(),
'user_id': self._get_user_id(),
'password': self.password,
'project_id': self.stack.stack_user_project_id,
'domain_id': self.keystone().stack_domain_id,
'region_name': (self.context.region_name or
cfg.CONF.region_name_for_services)}
def _get_ec2_signed_url(self, signal_type=SIGNAL):
"""Create properly formatted and pre-signed URL.
This uses the created user for the credentials.
See boto/auth.py::QuerySignatureV2AuthHandler
:param signal_type: either WAITCONDITION or SIGNAL.
"""
access_key = self.data().get('access_key')
secret_key = self.data().get('secret_key')
if not access_key or not secret_key:
if self.id is None:
# it is too early
return
if self._get_user_id() is None:
self._create_user()
self._create_keypair()
access_key = self.data().get('access_key')
secret_key = self.data().get('secret_key')
if not access_key or not secret_key:
LOG.warning('Cannot generate signed url, '
'unable to create keypair')
return
config_url = cfg.CONF.heat_waitcondition_server_url
if config_url:
signal_url = config_url.replace('/waitcondition', signal_type)
else:
heat_client_plugin = self.stack.clients.client_plugin('heat')
endpoint = heat_client_plugin.get_heat_cfn_url()
signal_url = ''.join([endpoint, signal_type])
host_url = urlparse.urlparse(signal_url)
path = self.identifier().arn_url_path()
# Note the WSGI spec apparently means that the webob request we end up
# processing in the CFN API (ec2token.py) has an unquoted path, so we
# need to calculate the signature with the path component unquoted, but
# ensure the actual URL contains the quoted version...
unquoted_path = urlparse.unquote(host_url.path + path)
request = {'host': host_url.netloc.lower(),
'verb': SIGNAL_VERB[signal_type],
'path': unquoted_path,
'params': {'SignatureMethod': 'HmacSHA256',
'SignatureVersion': '2',
'AWSAccessKeyId': access_key,
'Timestamp':
timeutils.utcnow().strftime("%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ")
}}
# Sign the request
signer = ec2_utils.Ec2Signer(secret_key)
request['params']['Signature'] = signer.generate(request)
qs = urlparse.urlencode(request['params'])
url = "%s%s?%s" % (signal_url.lower(),
path, qs)
return url
def _delete_ec2_signed_url(self):
self.data_delete('ec2_signed_url')
self._delete_keypair()
def _get_heat_signal_url(self, project_id=None):
"""Return a heat-api signal URL for this resource.
This URL is not pre-signed, valid user credentials are required.
If a project_id is provided, it is used in place of the original
project_id. This is useful to generate a signal URL that uses
the heat stack user project instead of the user's.
"""
stored = self.data().get('heat_signal_url')
if stored is not None:
return stored
if self.id is None:
# it is too early
return
url = self.client_plugin('heat').get_heat_url()
path = self.identifier().url_path()
if project_id is not None:
path = project_id + path[path.find('/'):]
url = urlparse.urljoin(url, '%s/signal' % path)
self.data_set('heat_signal_url', url)
return url
def _delete_heat_signal_url(self):
self.data_delete('heat_signal_url')
def _get_swift_signal_url(self, multiple_signals=False):
"""Create properly formatted and pre-signed Swift signal URL.
This uses a Swift pre-signed temp_url. If multiple_signals is
requested, the Swift object referenced by the returned URL will have
versioning enabled.
"""
put_url = self.data().get('swift_signal_url')
if put_url:
return put_url
if self.id is None:
# it is too early
return
container = self.stack.id
object_name = self.physical_resource_name()
self.client('swift').put_container(container)
if multiple_signals:
put_url = self.client_plugin('swift').get_signal_url(container,
object_name)
else:
put_url = self.client_plugin('swift').get_temp_url(container,
object_name)
self.client('swift').put_object(container, object_name, '')
self.data_set('swift_signal_url', put_url)
self.data_set('swift_signal_object_name', object_name)
return put_url
def _delete_swift_signal_url(self):
object_name = self.data().get('swift_signal_object_name')
if not object_name:
return
with self.client_plugin('swift').ignore_not_found:
container_name = self.stack.id
swift = self.client('swift')
# delete all versions of the object, in case there are some
# signals that are waiting to be handled
container = swift.get_container(container_name)
filtered = [obj for obj in container[1]
if object_name in obj['name']]
for obj in filtered:
# we delete the main object every time, swift takes
# care of restoring the previous version after each delete
swift.delete_object(container_name, object_name)
headers = swift.head_container(container_name)
if int(headers['x-container-object-count']) == 0:
swift.delete_container(container_name)
self.data_delete('swift_signal_object_name')
self.data_delete('swift_signal_url')
def _get_zaqar_signal_queue_id(self):
"""Return a zaqar queue_id for signaling this resource.
This uses the created user for the credentials.
"""
queue_id = self.data().get('zaqar_signal_queue_id')
if queue_id:
return queue_id
if self.id is None:
# it is too early
return
if self._get_user_id() is None:
if self.password is None:
self.password = password_gen.generate_openstack_password()
self._create_user()
queue_id = self.physical_resource_name()
zaqar_plugin = self.client_plugin('zaqar')
zaqar = zaqar_plugin.create_for_tenant(
self.stack.stack_user_project_id, self._user_token())
queue = zaqar.queue(queue_id)
signed_url_data = queue.signed_url(
['messages'], methods=['GET', 'DELETE'])
self.data_set('zaqar_queue_signed_url_data',
jsonutils.dumps(signed_url_data))
self.data_set('zaqar_signal_queue_id', queue_id)
return queue_id
def _delete_zaqar_signal_queue(self):
queue_id = self.data().get('zaqar_signal_queue_id')
if not queue_id:
return
zaqar_plugin = self.client_plugin('zaqar')
zaqar = zaqar_plugin.create_for_tenant(
self.stack.stack_user_project_id, self._user_token())
with zaqar_plugin.ignore_not_found:
zaqar.queue(queue_id).delete()
self.data_delete('zaqar_signal_queue_id')
def _get_signal(self, signal_type=SIGNAL, multiple_signals=False):
"""Return a dictionary with signal details.
Subclasses can invoke this method to retrieve information of the
resource signal for the specified transport.
"""
signal = None
if self._signal_transport_cfn():
signal = {'alarm_url': self._get_ec2_signed_url(
signal_type=signal_type)}
elif self._signal_transport_heat():
signal = self._get_heat_signal_credentials()
signal['alarm_url'] = self._get_heat_signal_url(
project_id=self.stack.stack_user_project_id)
elif self._signal_transport_temp_url():
signal = {'alarm_url': self._get_swift_signal_url(
multiple_signals=multiple_signals)}
elif self._signal_transport_zaqar():
signal = self._get_heat_signal_credentials()
signal['queue_id'] = self._get_zaqar_signal_queue_id()
elif self._signal_transport_none():
signal = {}
return signal
def _service_swift_signal(self):
swift_client = self.client('swift')
try:
container = swift_client.get_container(self.stack.id)
except Exception as exc:
self.client_plugin('swift').ignore_not_found(exc)
LOG.debug("Swift container %s was not found", self.stack.id)
return
index = container[1]
if not index: # Swift objects were deleted by user
LOG.debug("Swift objects in container %s were not found",
self.stack.id)
return
# Remove objects that are for other resources, given that
# multiple swift signals in the same stack share a container
object_name = self.physical_resource_name()
filtered = [obj for obj in index if object_name in obj['name']]
# Fetch objects from Swift and filter results
signal_names = []
for obj in filtered:
try:
signal = swift_client.get_object(self.stack.id, obj['name'])
except Exception as exc:
self.client_plugin('swift').ignore_not_found(exc)
continue
body = signal[1]
if body == swift.IN_PROGRESS: # Ignore the initial object
continue
signal_names.append(obj['name'])
if body == "":
self.signal(details={})
continue
try:
self.signal(details=jsonutils.loads(body))
except ValueError:
raise exception.Error(_("Failed to parse JSON data: %s") %
body)
# remove the signals that were consumed
for signal_name in signal_names:
if signal_name != object_name:
swift_client.delete_object(self.stack.id, signal_name)
if object_name in signal_names:
swift_client.delete_object(self.stack.id, object_name)
def _service_zaqar_signal(self):
zaqar_plugin = self.client_plugin('zaqar')
zaqar = zaqar_plugin.create_for_tenant(
self.stack.stack_user_project_id, self._user_token())
try:
queue = zaqar.queue(self._get_zaqar_signal_queue_id())
except Exception as ex:
self.client_plugin('zaqar').ignore_not_found(ex)
return
messages = list(queue.pop())
for message in messages:
self.signal(details=message.body)
def _service_signal(self):
"""Service the signal, when necessary.
This method must be called repeatedly by subclasses to update the
state of the signals that require polling, which are the ones based on
Swift temp URLs and Zaqar queues. The "NO_SIGNAL" case is also handled
here by triggering the signal once per call.
"""
if self._signal_transport_temp_url():
self._service_swift_signal()
elif self._signal_transport_zaqar():
self._service_zaqar_signal()
elif self._signal_transport_none():
self.signal(details={})