Hardware introspection daemon for OpenStack Ironic
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import contextlib
import os
import re
from oslo_concurrency import processutils
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_log import log
from ironic_inspector.common import ironic as ir_utils
from ironic_inspector import node_cache
from ironic_inspector.pxe_filter import base as pxe_filter
CONF = cfg.CONF
LOG = log.getLogger(__name__)
_EMAC_REGEX = 'EMAC=([0-9a-f]{2}(:[0-9a-f]{2}){5}) IMAC=.*'
def _should_enable_dhcp():
"""Check whether we should enable DHCP at all.
We won't even open our DHCP if no nodes are on introspection and
node_not_found_hook is not set.
"""
return (node_cache.introspection_active() or
CONF.processing.node_not_found_hook is not None)
class IptablesFilter(pxe_filter.BaseFilter):
"""A PXE boot filtering interface implementation."""
def __init__(self):
super(IptablesFilter, self).__init__()
self.blacklist_cache = None
self.enabled = True
self.interface = CONF.iptables.dnsmasq_interface
self.chain = CONF.iptables.firewall_chain
self.new_chain = self.chain + '_temp'
# Determine arguments used for pxe filtering, we only support 4 and 6
# at this time.
if CONF.iptables.ip_version == '4':
self._cmd_iptables = 'iptables'
self._dhcp_port = '67'
else:
self._cmd_iptables = 'ip6tables'
self._dhcp_port = '547'
self.base_command = ('sudo', 'ironic-inspector-rootwrap',
CONF.rootwrap_config, self._cmd_iptables)
def reset(self):
self.enabled = True
self.blacklist_cache = None
for chain in (self.chain, self.new_chain):
try:
self._clean_up(chain)
except Exception as e:
LOG.exception('Encountered exception resetting filter: %s', e)
super(IptablesFilter, self).reset()
@pxe_filter.locked_driver_event(pxe_filter.Events.initialize)
def init_filter(self):
# -w flag makes iptables wait for xtables lock, but it's not supported
# everywhere yet
try:
cmd = self.base_command + ('-w', '-h')
processutils.execute(*cmd)
except processutils.ProcessExecutionError:
LOG.warning('iptables does not support -w flag, please update '
'it to at least version 1.4.21')
else:
self.base_command += ('-w',)
self._clean_up(self.chain)
# Not really needed, but helps to validate that we have access to
# iptables
self._iptables('-N', self.chain)
LOG.debug('The iptables filter was initialized')
@pxe_filter.locked_driver_event(pxe_filter.Events.sync)
def sync(self, ironic):
"""Sync firewall filter rules for introspection.
Gives access to PXE boot port for any machine, except for those, whose
MAC is registered in Ironic and is not on introspection right now.
This function is called from both introspection initialization code and
from periodic task. This function is supposed to be resistant to
unexpected iptables state.
``init()`` function must be called once before any call to this
function. This function is using ``eventlet`` semaphore to serialize
access from different green threads.
:param ironic: an ironic client instance.
:returns: nothing.
"""
if not _should_enable_dhcp():
self._disable_dhcp()
return
to_blacklist = _get_blacklist(ironic)
if to_blacklist == self.blacklist_cache:
LOG.debug('Not updating iptables - no changes in MAC list %s',
to_blacklist)
return
LOG.debug('Blacklisting active MAC\'s %s', to_blacklist)
with self._temporary_chain(self.new_chain, self.chain):
# Force update on the next iteration if this attempt fails
self.blacklist_cache = None
# - Blacklist active macs, so that nova can boot them
for mac in to_blacklist:
self._iptables('-A', self.new_chain, '-m', 'mac',
'--mac-source', mac, '-j', 'DROP')
# - Whitelist everything else
self._iptables('-A', self.new_chain, '-j', 'ACCEPT')
# Cache result of successful iptables update
self.enabled = True
self.blacklist_cache = to_blacklist
LOG.debug('The iptables filter was synchronized')
@contextlib.contextmanager
def _temporary_chain(self, chain, main_chain):
"""Context manager to operate on a temporary chain."""
# Clean up a bit to account for possible troubles on previous run
self._clean_up(chain)
self._iptables('-N', chain)
yield
# Swap chains
self._iptables('-I', 'INPUT', '-i', self.interface, '-p', 'udp',
'--dport', self._dhcp_port, '-j', chain)
self._iptables('-D', 'INPUT', '-i', self.interface, '-p', 'udp',
'--dport', self._dhcp_port, '-j', main_chain,
ignore=True)
self._iptables('-F', main_chain, ignore=True)
self._iptables('-X', main_chain, ignore=True)
self._iptables('-E', chain, main_chain)
def _iptables(self, *args, **kwargs):
# NOTE(dtantsur): -w flag makes it wait for xtables lock
cmd = self.base_command + args
ignore = kwargs.pop('ignore', False)
LOG.debug('Running iptables %s', args)
try:
processutils.execute(*cmd)
except processutils.ProcessExecutionError as exc:
if ignore:
LOG.debug('Ignoring failed iptables %(args)s: %(error)s',
{'args': args, 'error': exc})
else:
LOG.error('iptables %(iptables)s failed: %(error)s',
{'iptables': args, 'error': exc})
raise
def _clean_up(self, chain):
self._iptables('-D', 'INPUT', '-i', self.interface, '-p', 'udp',
'--dport', self._dhcp_port, '-j', chain,
ignore=True)
self._iptables('-F', chain, ignore=True)
self._iptables('-X', chain, ignore=True)
def _disable_dhcp(self):
"""Disable DHCP completely."""
if not self.enabled:
LOG.debug('DHCP is already disabled, not updating')
return
LOG.debug('No nodes on introspection and node_not_found_hook is '
'not set - disabling DHCP')
self.blacklist_cache = None
with self._temporary_chain(self.new_chain, self.chain):
# Blacklist everything
self._iptables('-A', self.new_chain, '-j', 'REJECT')
self.enabled = False
def _ib_mac_to_rmac_mapping(ports):
"""Update port InfiniBand MAC address to EthernetOverInfiniBand MAC
On InfiniBand deployment we need to map between the baremetal host
InfiniBand MAC to the EoIB MAC. The EoIB MAC addresses are learned
automatically by the EoIB interfaces and those MACs are recorded to the
/sys/class/net/<ethoib_interface>/eth/neighs file. The InfiniBand GUID is
taken from the ironic port client-id extra attribute. The InfiniBand GUID
is the last 8 bytes of the client-id. The file format allows to map the
GUID to EoIB MAC. The filter rules based on those MACs get applied during a
driver.update() call
:param ports: list of ironic ports
:returns: Nothing.
"""
ethoib_interfaces = CONF.iptables.ethoib_interfaces
for interface in ethoib_interfaces:
neighs_file = (
os.path.join('/sys/class/net', interface, 'eth/neighs'))
try:
with open(neighs_file, 'r') as fd:
data = fd.read()
except IOError:
LOG.error('Interface %s is not Ethernet Over InfiniBand; '
'Skipping ...', interface)
continue
for port in ports:
client_id = port.extra.get('client-id')
if client_id:
# Note(moshele): The last 8 bytes in the client-id is
# the baremetal node InfiniBand GUID
guid = client_id[-23:]
p = re.compile(_EMAC_REGEX + guid)
match = p.search(data)
if match:
port.address = match.group(1)
def _get_blacklist(ironic):
ports = [port.address for port in
ir_utils.call_with_retries(ironic.port.list, limit=0,
fields=['address', 'extra'])
if port.address not in node_cache.active_macs()]
_ib_mac_to_rmac_mapping(ports)
return ports