Add portgroups to support LAG interfaces - objs

Ironic should be able to provide the requisite connectivity
information to the Neutron ML2 plugin to allow drivers to
provision the top-of-rack switch for the bare metal server.
The addition of portgroups in Ironic allows the concept of
link aggregation to be handled in Ironic in order to provide
support for cases where multiple interfaces on the bare metal
server connect to switch ports of a single LAG.

This commit includes changes to:
- the objects (extension of port and addition of portgroup)
- the object tests

Partial-bug: #1526403
DocImpact
Co-Authored-By: Jenny Moorehead (jenny.moorehead@sap.com)
Co-Authored-By: Will Stevenson (will.stevenson@sap.com)

Change-Id: Id13eeafbdd9a4d9e679121f1b60be0073430499b
changes/38/206238/52
Laura Moore 8 years ago committed by vsaienko
parent 1740ab7970
commit 134ad4cbf6

@ -28,3 +28,4 @@ def register_all():
__import__('ironic.objects.conductor')
__import__('ironic.objects.node')
__import__('ironic.objects.port')
__import__('ironic.objects.portgroup')

@ -32,7 +32,9 @@ class Port(base.IronicObject, object_base.VersionedObjectDictCompat):
# Version 1.2: Add create() and destroy()
# Version 1.3: Add list()
# Version 1.4: Add list_by_node_id()
VERSION = '1.4'
# Version 1.5: Add list_by_portgroup_id() and new fields
# local_link_connection, portgroup_id and pxe_enabled
VERSION = '1.5'
dbapi = dbapi.get_instance()
@ -42,6 +44,10 @@ class Port(base.IronicObject, object_base.VersionedObjectDictCompat):
'node_id': object_fields.IntegerField(nullable=True),
'address': object_fields.MACAddressField(nullable=True),
'extra': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
'local_link_connection': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(
nullable=True),
'portgroup_id': object_fields.IntegerField(nullable=True),
'pxe_enabled': object_fields.BooleanField()
}
@staticmethod
@ -184,6 +190,31 @@ class Port(base.IronicObject, object_base.VersionedObjectDictCompat):
sort_dir=sort_dir)
return Port._from_db_object_list(db_ports, cls, context)
# NOTE(xek): We don't want to enable RPC on this call just yet. Remotable
# methods can be used in the future to replace current explicit RPC calls.
# Implications of calling new remote procedures should be thought through.
# @object_base.remotable_classmethod
@classmethod
def list_by_portgroup_id(cls, context, portgroup_id, limit=None,
marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None):
"""Return a list of Port objects associated with a given portgroup ID.
:param context: Security context.
:param portgroup_id: the ID of the portgroup.
:param limit: maximum number of resources to return in a single result.
:param marker: pagination marker for large data sets.
:param sort_key: column to sort results by.
:param sort_dir: direction to sort. "asc" or "desc".
:returns: a list of :class:`Port` object.
"""
db_ports = cls.dbapi.get_ports_by_portgroup_id(portgroup_id,
limit=limit,
marker=marker,
sort_key=sort_key,
sort_dir=sort_dir)
return Port._from_db_object_list(db_ports, cls, context)
# NOTE(xek): We don't want to enable RPC on this call just yet. Remotable
# methods can be used in the future to replace current explicit RPC calls.
# Implications of calling new remote procedures should be thought through.

@ -0,0 +1,288 @@
# coding=utf-8
#
#
# 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_utils import strutils
from oslo_utils import uuidutils
from oslo_versionedobjects import base as object_base
from ironic.common import exception
from ironic.common import utils
from ironic.db import api as dbapi
from ironic.objects import base
from ironic.objects import fields as object_fields
@base.IronicObjectRegistry.register
class Portgroup(base.IronicObject, object_base.VersionedObjectDictCompat):
# Version 1.0: Initial version
VERSION = '1.0'
dbapi = dbapi.get_instance()
fields = {
'id': object_fields.IntegerField(),
'uuid': object_fields.UUIDField(nullable=True),
'name': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'node_id': object_fields.IntegerField(nullable=True),
'address': object_fields.MACAddressField(nullable=True),
'extra': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
}
@staticmethod
def _from_db_object(portgroup, db_portgroup):
"""Converts a database entity to a formal object."""
for field in portgroup.fields:
portgroup[field] = db_portgroup[field]
portgroup.obj_reset_changes()
return portgroup
@staticmethod
def _from_db_object_list(db_objects, cls, context):
"""Converts a list of database entities to a list of formal objects."""
return [Portgroup._from_db_object(cls(context), obj) for obj in
db_objects]
# NOTE(xek): We don't want to enable RPC on this call just yet. Remotable
# methods can be used in the future to replace current explicit RPC calls.
# Implications of calling new remote procedures should be thought through.
# @object_base.remotable_classmethod
@classmethod
def get(cls, context, portgroup_ident):
"""Find a portgroup based on its id, uuid, name or address.
:param portgroup_ident: The id, uuid, name or address of a portgroup.
:param context: Security context
:returns: A :class:`Portgroup` object.
:raises: InvalidIdentity
"""
if strutils.is_int_like(portgroup_ident):
return cls.get_by_id(context, portgroup_ident)
elif uuidutils.is_uuid_like(portgroup_ident):
return cls.get_by_uuid(context, portgroup_ident)
elif utils.is_valid_mac(portgroup_ident):
return cls.get_by_address(context, portgroup_ident)
elif utils.is_valid_logical_name(portgroup_ident):
return cls.get_by_name(context, portgroup_ident)
else:
raise exception.InvalidIdentity(identity=portgroup_ident)
# NOTE(xek): We don't want to enable RPC on this call just yet. Remotable
# methods can be used in the future to replace current explicit RPC calls.
# Implications of calling new remote procedures should be thought through.
# @object_base.remotable_classmethod
@classmethod
def get_by_id(cls, context, portgroup_id):
"""Find a portgroup based on its integer id and return a Portgroup object.
:param portgroup id: The id of a portgroup.
:param context: Security context
:returns: A :class:`Portgroup` object.
:raises: PortgroupNotFound
"""
db_portgroup = cls.dbapi.get_portgroup_by_id(portgroup_id)
portgroup = Portgroup._from_db_object(cls(context), db_portgroup)
return portgroup
# NOTE(xek): We don't want to enable RPC on this call just yet. Remotable
# methods can be used in the future to replace current explicit RPC calls.
# Implications of calling new remote procedures should be thought through.
# @object_base.remotable_classmethod
@classmethod
def get_by_uuid(cls, context, uuid):
"""Find a portgroup based on uuid and return a :class:`Portgroup` object.
:param uuid: The uuid of a portgroup.
:param context: Security context
:returns: A :class:`Portgroup` object.
:raises: PortgroupNotFound
"""
db_portgroup = cls.dbapi.get_portgroup_by_uuid(uuid)
portgroup = Portgroup._from_db_object(cls(context), db_portgroup)
return portgroup
# NOTE(xek): We don't want to enable RPC on this call just yet. Remotable
# methods can be used in the future to replace current explicit RPC calls.
# Implications of calling new remote procedures should be thought through.
# @object_base.remotable_classmethod
@classmethod
def get_by_address(cls, context, address):
"""Find a portgroup based on address and return a :class:`Portgroup` object.
:param address: The MAC address of a portgroup.
:param context: Security context
:returns: A :class:`Portgroup` object.
:raises: PortgroupNotFound
"""
db_portgroup = cls.dbapi.get_portgroup_by_address(address)
portgroup = Portgroup._from_db_object(cls(context), db_portgroup)
return portgroup
# NOTE(xek): We don't want to enable RPC on this call just yet. Remotable
# methods can be used in the future to replace current explicit RPC calls.
# Implications of calling new remote procedures should be thought through.
# @object_base.remotable_classmethod
@classmethod
def get_by_name(cls, context, name):
"""Find a portgroup based on name and return a :class:`Portgroup` object.
:param name: The name of a portgroup.
:param context: Security context
:returns: A :class:`Portgroup` object.
:raises: PortgroupNotFound
"""
db_portgroup = cls.dbapi.get_portgroup_by_name(name)
portgroup = Portgroup._from_db_object(cls(context), db_portgroup)
return portgroup
# NOTE(xek): We don't want to enable RPC on this call just yet. Remotable
# methods can be used in the future to replace current explicit RPC calls.
# Implications of calling new remote procedures should be thought through.
# @object_base.remotable_classmethod
@classmethod
def list(cls, context, limit=None, marker=None,
sort_key=None, sort_dir=None):
"""Return a list of Portgroup objects.
:param context: Security context.
:param limit: Maximum number of resources to return in a single result.
:param marker: Pagination marker for large data sets.
:param sort_key: Column to sort results by.
:param sort_dir: Direction to sort. "asc" or "desc".
:returns: A list of :class:`Portgroup` object.
:raises: InvalidParameterValue
"""
db_portgroups = cls.dbapi.get_portgroup_list(limit=limit,
marker=marker,
sort_key=sort_key,
sort_dir=sort_dir)
return Portgroup._from_db_object_list(db_portgroups, cls, context)
# NOTE(xek): We don't want to enable RPC on this call just yet. Remotable
# methods can be used in the future to replace current explicit RPC calls.
# Implications of calling new remote procedures should be thought through.
# @object_base.remotable_classmethod
@classmethod
def list_by_node_id(cls, context, node_id, limit=None, marker=None,
sort_key=None, sort_dir=None):
"""Return a list of Portgroup objects associated with a given node ID.
:param context: Security context.
:param node_id: The ID of the node.
:param limit: Maximum number of resources to return in a single result.
:param marker: Pagination marker for large data sets.
:param sort_key: Column to sort results by.
:param sort_dir: Direction to sort. "asc" or "desc".
:returns: A list of :class:`Portgroup` object.
:raises: InvalidParameterValue
"""
db_portgroups = cls.dbapi.get_portgroups_by_node_id(node_id,
limit=limit,
marker=marker,
sort_key=sort_key,
sort_dir=sort_dir)
return Portgroup._from_db_object_list(db_portgroups, cls, context)
# NOTE(xek): We don't want to enable RPC on this call just yet. Remotable
# methods can be used in the future to replace current explicit RPC calls.
# Implications of calling new remote procedures should be thought through.
# @object_base.remotable
def create(self, context=None):
"""Create a Portgroup record in the DB.
:param context: Security context. NOTE: This should only
be used internally by the indirection_api.
Unfortunately, RPC requires context as the first
argument, even though we don't use it.
A context should be set when instantiating the
object, e.g.: Portgroup(context)
:raises: DuplicateName, MACAlreadyExists, PortgroupAlreadyExists
"""
values = self.obj_get_changes()
db_portgroup = self.dbapi.create_portgroup(values)
self._from_db_object(self, db_portgroup)
# NOTE(xek): We don't want to enable RPC on this call just yet. Remotable
# methods can be used in the future to replace current explicit RPC calls.
# Implications of calling new remote procedures should be thought through.
# @object_base.remotable
def destroy(self, context=None):
"""Delete the Portgroup from the DB.
:param context: Security context. NOTE: This should only
be used internally by the indirection_api.
Unfortunately, RPC requires context as the first
argument, even though we don't use it.
A context should be set when instantiating the
object, e.g.: Portgroup(context)
:raises: PortgroupNotEmpty, PortgroupNotFound
"""
self.dbapi.destroy_portgroup(self.uuid)
self.obj_reset_changes()
# NOTE(xek): We don't want to enable RPC on this call just yet. Remotable
# methods can be used in the future to replace current explicit RPC calls.
# Implications of calling new remote procedures should be thought through.
# @object_base.remotable
def save(self, context=None):
"""Save updates to this Portgroup.
Updates will be made column by column based on the result
of self.what_changed().
:param context: Security context. NOTE: This should only
be used internally by the indirection_api.
Unfortunately, RPC requires context as the first
argument, even though we don't use it.
A context should be set when instantiating the
object, e.g.: Portgroup(context)
:raises: PortgroupNotFound, DuplicateName, MACAlreadyExists
"""
updates = self.obj_get_changes()
updated_portgroup = self.dbapi.update_portgroup(self.uuid, updates)
self._from_db_object(self, updated_portgroup)
# NOTE(xek): We don't want to enable RPC on this call just yet. Remotable
# methods can be used in the future to replace current explicit RPC calls.
# Implications of calling new remote procedures should be thought through.
# @object_base.remotable
def refresh(self, context=None):
"""Loads updates for this Portgroup.
Loads a portgroup with the same uuid from the database and
checks for updated attributes. Updates are applied from
the loaded portgroup column by column, if there are any updates.
:param context: Security context. NOTE: This should only
be used internally by the indirection_api.
Unfortunately, RPC requires context as the first
argument, even though we don't use it.
A context should be set when instantiating the
object, e.g.: Portgroup(context)
:raises: PortgroupNotFound
"""
current = self.__class__.get_by_uuid(self._context, uuid=self.uuid)
self.obj_refresh(current)

@ -407,7 +407,8 @@ expected_object_fingerprints = {
'Node': '1.14-9ee8ab283b06398545880dfdedb49891',
'MyObj': '1.5-4f5efe8f0fcaf182bbe1c7fe3ba858db',
'Chassis': '1.3-d656e039fd8ae9f34efc232ab3980905',
'Port': '1.4-f5aa3ff81d1459d6d7e6d9d9dceed351',
'Port': '1.5-a224755c3da5bc5cf1a14a11c0d00f3f',
'Portgroup': '1.0-1ac4db8fa31edd9e1637248ada4c25a1',
'Conductor': '1.0-5091f249719d4a465062a1b3dc7f860d'
}

@ -0,0 +1,135 @@
# 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.
import datetime
import mock
from testtools.matchers import HasLength
from ironic.common import exception
from ironic import objects
from ironic.tests.unit.db import base
from ironic.tests.unit.db import utils
class TestPortgroupObject(base.DbTestCase):
def setUp(self):
super(TestPortgroupObject, self).setUp()
self.fake_portgroup = utils.get_test_portgroup()
def test_get_by_id(self):
portgroup_id = self.fake_portgroup['id']
with mock.patch.object(self.dbapi, 'get_portgroup_by_id',
autospec=True) as mock_get_portgroup:
mock_get_portgroup.return_value = self.fake_portgroup
portgroup = objects.Portgroup.get(self.context, portgroup_id)
mock_get_portgroup.assert_called_once_with(portgroup_id)
self.assertEqual(self.context, portgroup._context)
def test_get_by_uuid(self):
uuid = self.fake_portgroup['uuid']
with mock.patch.object(self.dbapi, 'get_portgroup_by_uuid',
autospec=True) as mock_get_portgroup:
mock_get_portgroup.return_value = self.fake_portgroup
portgroup = objects.Portgroup.get(self.context, uuid)
mock_get_portgroup.assert_called_once_with(uuid)
self.assertEqual(self.context, portgroup._context)
def test_get_by_address(self):
address = self.fake_portgroup['address']
with mock.patch.object(self.dbapi, 'get_portgroup_by_address',
autospec=True) as mock_get_portgroup:
mock_get_portgroup.return_value = self.fake_portgroup
portgroup = objects.Portgroup.get(self.context, address)
mock_get_portgroup.assert_called_once_with(address)
self.assertEqual(self.context, portgroup._context)
def test_get_by_name(self):
name = self.fake_portgroup['name']
with mock.patch.object(self.dbapi, 'get_portgroup_by_name',
autospec=True) as mock_get_portgroup:
mock_get_portgroup.return_value = self.fake_portgroup
portgroup = objects.Portgroup.get(self.context, name)
mock_get_portgroup.assert_called_once_with(name)
self.assertEqual(self.context, portgroup._context)
def test_get_bad_id_and_uuid_and_address_and_name(self):
self.assertRaises(exception.InvalidIdentity,
objects.Portgroup.get,
self.context,
'not:a_name_or_uuid')
def test_save(self):
uuid = self.fake_portgroup['uuid']
address = "b2:54:00:cf:2d:40"
test_time = datetime.datetime(2000, 1, 1, 0, 0)
with mock.patch.object(self.dbapi, 'get_portgroup_by_uuid',
autospec=True) as mock_get_portgroup:
mock_get_portgroup.return_value = self.fake_portgroup
with mock.patch.object(self.dbapi, 'update_portgroup',
autospec=True) as mock_update_portgroup:
mock_update_portgroup.return_value = (
utils.get_test_portgroup(address=address,
updated_at=test_time))
p = objects.Portgroup.get_by_uuid(self.context, uuid)
p.address = address
p.save()
mock_get_portgroup.assert_called_once_with(uuid)
mock_update_portgroup.assert_called_once_with(
uuid, {'address': "b2:54:00:cf:2d:40"})
self.assertEqual(self.context, p._context)
res_updated_at = (p.updated_at).replace(tzinfo=None)
self.assertEqual(test_time, res_updated_at)
def test_refresh(self):
uuid = self.fake_portgroup['uuid']
returns = [self.fake_portgroup,
utils.get_test_portgroup(address="c3:54:00:cf:2d:40")]
expected = [mock.call(uuid), mock.call(uuid)]
with mock.patch.object(self.dbapi, 'get_portgroup_by_uuid',
side_effect=returns,
autospec=True) as mock_get_portgroup:
p = objects.Portgroup.get_by_uuid(self.context, uuid)
self.assertEqual("52:54:00:cf:2d:31", p.address)
p.refresh()
self.assertEqual("c3:54:00:cf:2d:40", p.address)
self.assertEqual(expected, mock_get_portgroup.call_args_list)
self.assertEqual(self.context, p._context)
def test_list(self):
with mock.patch.object(self.dbapi, 'get_portgroup_list',
autospec=True) as mock_get_list:
mock_get_list.return_value = [self.fake_portgroup]
portgroups = objects.Portgroup.list(self.context)
self.assertThat(portgroups, HasLength(1))
self.assertIsInstance(portgroups[0], objects.Portgroup)
self.assertEqual(self.context, portgroups[0]._context)
def test_list_by_node_id(self):
with mock.patch.object(self.dbapi, 'get_portgroups_by_node_id',
autospec=True) as mock_get_list:
mock_get_list.return_value = [self.fake_portgroup]
node_id = self.fake_portgroup['node_id']
portgroups = objects.Portgroup.list_by_node_id(self.context,
node_id)
self.assertThat(portgroups, HasLength(1))
self.assertIsInstance(portgroups[0], objects.Portgroup)
self.assertEqual(self.context, portgroups[0]._context)

@ -97,3 +97,30 @@ def create_test_chassis(ctxt, **kw):
chassis = get_test_chassis(ctxt, **kw)
chassis.create()
return chassis
def get_test_portgroup(ctxt, **kw):
"""Return a Portgroup object with appropriate attributes.
NOTE: The object leaves the attributes marked as changed, such
that a create() could be used to commit it to the DB.
"""
db_portgroup = db_utils.get_test_portgroup(**kw)
# Let DB generate ID if it isn't specified explicitly
if 'id' not in kw:
del db_portgroup['id']
portgroup = objects.Portgroup(ctxt)
for key in db_portgroup:
setattr(portgroup, key, db_portgroup[key])
return portgroup
def create_test_portgroup(ctxt, **kw):
"""Create and return a test portgroup object.
Create a portgroup in the DB and return a Portgroup object with appropriate
attributes.
"""
portgroup = get_test_portgroup(ctxt, **kw)
portgroup.create()
return portgroup

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