A Python agent for provisioning and deprovisioning Bare Metal servers.
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import copy
from ironic_lib import utils as il_utils
from ironic_python_agent import errors
from ironic_python_agent import utils
# NOTE(dtantsur): 550 MiB is used by DIB and seems a common guidance:
# https://www.rodsbooks.com/efi-bootloaders/principles.html
def get_block_devices_for_raid(block_devices, logical_disks):
"""Get block devices that are involved in the RAID configuration.
This call does two things:
* Collect all block devices that are involved in RAID.
* Update each logical disks with suitable block devices.
serialized_devs = [dev.serialize() for dev in block_devices]
# NOTE(dtantsur): we're going to modify the structure, so make a copy
logical_disks = copy.deepcopy(logical_disks)
# NOTE(dtantsur): using a list here is less efficient than a set, but
# allows keeping the original ordering.
result = []
for logical_disk in logical_disks:
if logical_disk.get('physical_disks'):
matching = []
for phys_disk in logical_disk['physical_disks']:
candidates = [
dev['name'] for dev in il_utils.find_devices_by_hints(
serialized_devs, phys_disk)
if not candidates:
raise errors.SoftwareRAIDError(
"No candidates for physical disk %(hints)s "
"from the list %(devices)s"
% {'hints': phys_disk, 'devices': serialized_devs})
matching.append(next(x for x in candidates
if x not in matching))
except StopIteration:
raise errors.SoftwareRAIDError(
"No candidates left for physical disk %(hints)s "
"from the list %(candidates)s after picking "
"%(matching)s for previous volumes"
% {'hints': phys_disk, 'matching': matching,
'candidates': candidates})
# This RAID device spans all disks.
matching = [dev.name for dev in block_devices]
# Update the result keeping the ordering and avoiding duplicates.
result.extend(disk for disk in matching if disk not in result)
logical_disk['block_devices'] = matching
return result, logical_disks
def calculate_raid_start(target_boot_mode, partition_table_type, dev_name):
"""Define the start sector for the raid partition.
:param target_boot_mode: the node boot mode.
:param partition_table_type: the node partition label, gpt or msdos.
:param dev_name: block device in the raid configuration.
:return: The start sector for the raid partition.
# TODO(rg): TBD, several options regarding boot part slots here:
# 1. Create boot partitions in prevision
# 2. Just leave space
# 3. Do nothing: rely on the caller to specify target_raid_config
# correctly according to what they intend to do (e.g. not set MAX
# if they know they will need some space for bios boot or efi
# parts). Best option imo, if we accept that the target volume
# granularity is GiB, so you lose up to 1GiB just for a bios boot
# partition...
if target_boot_mode == 'uefi':
# Leave 551MiB - start_sector s for the esp (approx 550 MiB)
# TODO(dtantsur): 550 MiB is a waste in most cases, make it
# configurable?
raid_start = '%sMiB' % (ESP_SIZE_MIB + 1)
if partition_table_type == 'gpt':
# Leave 8MiB - start_sector s (approx 7MiB)
# for the bios boot partition or the ppc prepboot part
# This should avoid grub errors saying that it cannot
# install boot stage 1.5/2 (since the mbr gap does not
# exist on disk holders with gpt tables)
raid_start = '8MiB'
# sgdisk works fine for display data on mbr tables too
out, _u = utils.execute('sgdisk', '-F', dev_name)
raid_start = "{}s".format(out.splitlines()[-1])
return raid_start
def calc_raid_partition_sectors(psize, start):
"""Calculates end sector and converts start and end sectors including
the unit of measure, compatible with parted.
:param psize: size of the raid partition
:param start: start sector of the raid partion in integer format
:return: start and end sector in parted compatible format, end sector
as integer
if isinstance(start, int):
start_str = '%dGiB' % start
start_str = start
if psize == -1:
end_str = '-1'
end = '-1'
if isinstance(start, int):
end = start + psize
# First partition case, start is sth like 2048s
end = psize
end_str = '%dGiB' % end
return start_str, end_str, end