A service for managing and provisioning Bare Metal servers.
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# coding=utf-8
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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.i18n import _
from ironic.db import api as db_api
from ironic.objects import base
from ironic.objects import fields as object_fields
from ironic.objects import notification
REQUIRED_INT_PROPERTIES = ['local_gb', 'cpus', 'memory_mb']
@base.IronicObjectRegistry.register
class Node(base.IronicObject, object_base.VersionedObjectDictCompat):
# Version 1.0: Initial version
# Version 1.1: Added instance_info
# Version 1.2: Add get() and get_by_id() and make get_by_uuid()
# only work with a uuid
# Version 1.3: Add create() and destroy()
# Version 1.4: Add get_by_instance_uuid()
# Version 1.5: Add list()
# Version 1.6: Add reserve() and release()
# Version 1.7: Add conductor_affinity
# Version 1.8: Add maintenance_reason
# Version 1.9: Add driver_internal_info
# Version 1.10: Add name and get_by_name()
# Version 1.11: Add clean_step
# Version 1.12: Add raid_config and target_raid_config
# Version 1.13: Add touch_provisioning()
# Version 1.14: Add _validate_property_values() and make create()
# and save() validate the input of property values.
# Version 1.15: Add get_by_port_addresses
# Version 1.16: Add network_interface field
# Version 1.17: Add resource_class field
# Version 1.18: Add default setting for network_interface
# Version 1.19: Add fields: boot_interface, console_interface,
# deploy_interface, inspect_interface, management_interface,
# power_interface, raid_interface, vendor_interface
# Version 1.20: Type of network_interface changed to just nullable string
VERSION = '1.20'
dbapi = db_api.get_instance()
fields = {
'id': object_fields.IntegerField(),
'uuid': object_fields.UUIDField(nullable=True),
'name': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'chassis_id': object_fields.IntegerField(nullable=True),
'instance_uuid': object_fields.UUIDField(nullable=True),
'driver': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'driver_info': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
'driver_internal_info': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
# A clean step dictionary, indicating the current clean step
# being executed, or None, indicating cleaning is not in progress
# or has not yet started.
'clean_step': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
'raid_config': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
'target_raid_config': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
'instance_info': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
'properties': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
'reservation': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
# a reference to the id of the conductor service, not its hostname,
# that has most recently performed some action which could require
# local state to be maintained (eg, built a PXE config)
'conductor_affinity': object_fields.IntegerField(nullable=True),
# One of states.POWER_ON|POWER_OFF|NOSTATE|ERROR
'power_state': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
# Set to one of states.POWER_ON|POWER_OFF when a power operation
# starts, and set to NOSTATE when the operation finishes
# (successfully or unsuccessfully).
'target_power_state': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'provision_state': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'provision_updated_at': object_fields.DateTimeField(nullable=True),
'target_provision_state': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'maintenance': object_fields.BooleanField(),
'maintenance_reason': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'console_enabled': object_fields.BooleanField(),
# Any error from the most recent (last) asynchronous transaction
# that started but failed to finish.
'last_error': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
# Used by nova to relate the node to a flavor
'resource_class': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'inspection_finished_at': object_fields.DateTimeField(nullable=True),
'inspection_started_at': object_fields.DateTimeField(nullable=True),
'extra': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
'boot_interface': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'console_interface': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'deploy_interface': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'inspect_interface': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'management_interface': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'network_interface': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'power_interface': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'raid_interface': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'vendor_interface': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
}
def _validate_property_values(self, properties):
"""Check if the input of local_gb, cpus and memory_mb are valid.
:param properties: a dict contains the node's information.
"""
if not properties:
return
invalid_msgs_list = []
for param in REQUIRED_INT_PROPERTIES:
value = properties.get(param)
if value is None:
continue
try:
int_value = int(value)
assert int_value >= 0
except (ValueError, AssertionError):
msg = (('%(param)s=%(value)s') %
{'param': param, 'value': value})
invalid_msgs_list.append(msg)
if invalid_msgs_list:
msg = (_('The following properties for node %(node)s '
'should be non-negative integers, '
'but provided values are: %(msgs)s') %
{'node': self.uuid, 'msgs': ', '.join(invalid_msgs_list)})
raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(msg)
# 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, node_id):
"""Find a node based on its id or uuid and return a Node object.
:param node_id: the id *or* uuid of a node.
:returns: a :class:`Node` object.
"""
if strutils.is_int_like(node_id):
return cls.get_by_id(context, node_id)
elif uuidutils.is_uuid_like(node_id):
return cls.get_by_uuid(context, node_id)
else:
raise exception.InvalidIdentity(identity=node_id)
# 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, node_id):
"""Find a node based on its integer id and return a Node object.
:param node_id: the id of a node.
:returns: a :class:`Node` object.
"""
db_node = cls.dbapi.get_node_by_id(node_id)
node = Node._from_db_object(cls(context), db_node)
return node
# 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 node based on uuid and return a Node object.
:param uuid: the uuid of a node.
:returns: a :class:`Node` object.
"""
db_node = cls.dbapi.get_node_by_uuid(uuid)
node = Node._from_db_object(cls(context), db_node)
return node
# 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 node based on name and return a Node object.
:param name: the logical name of a node.
:returns: a :class:`Node` object.
"""
db_node = cls.dbapi.get_node_by_name(name)
node = Node._from_db_object(cls(context), db_node)
return node
# 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_instance_uuid(cls, context, instance_uuid):
"""Find a node based on the instance uuid and return a Node object.
:param uuid: the uuid of the instance.
:returns: a :class:`Node` object.
"""
db_node = cls.dbapi.get_node_by_instance(instance_uuid)
node = Node._from_db_object(cls(context), db_node)
return node
# 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, filters=None):
"""Return a list of Node 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".
:param filters: Filters to apply.
:returns: a list of :class:`Node` object.
"""
db_nodes = cls.dbapi.get_node_list(filters=filters, limit=limit,
marker=marker, sort_key=sort_key,
sort_dir=sort_dir)
return cls._from_db_object_list(context, db_nodes)
# 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 reserve(cls, context, tag, node_id):
"""Get and reserve a node.
To prevent other ManagerServices from manipulating the given
Node while a Task is performed, mark it reserved by this host.
:param context: Security context.
:param tag: A string uniquely identifying the reservation holder.
:param node_id: A node id or uuid.
:raises: NodeNotFound if the node is not found.
:returns: a :class:`Node` object.
"""
db_node = cls.dbapi.reserve_node(tag, node_id)
node = Node._from_db_object(cls(context), db_node)
return node
# 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 release(cls, context, tag, node_id):
"""Release the reservation on a node.
:param context: Security context.
:param tag: A string uniquely identifying the reservation holder.
:param node_id: A node id or uuid.
:raises: NodeNotFound if the node is not found.
"""
cls.dbapi.release_node(tag, node_id)
# 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 Node record in the DB.
Column-wise updates will be made based on the result of
self.what_changed(). If target_power_state is provided,
it will be checked against the in-database copy of the
node before updates are made.
: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.: Node(context)
:raises: InvalidParameterValue if some property values are invalid.
"""
values = self.obj_get_changes()
self._validate_property_values(values.get('properties'))
db_node = self.dbapi.create_node(values)
self._from_db_object(self, db_node)
# 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 Node 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.: Node(context)
"""
self.dbapi.destroy_node(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 Node.
Column-wise updates will be made based on the result of
self.what_changed(). If target_power_state is provided,
it will be checked against the in-database copy of the
node before updates are made.
: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.: Node(context)
:raises: InvalidParameterValue if some property values are invalid.
"""
updates = self.obj_get_changes()
self._validate_property_values(updates.get('properties'))
if 'driver' in updates and 'driver_internal_info' not in updates:
# Clean driver_internal_info when changes driver
self.driver_internal_info = {}
updates = self.obj_get_changes()
self.dbapi.update_node(self.uuid, updates)
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 refresh(self, context=None):
"""Refresh the object by re-fetching 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.: Node(context)
"""
current = self.__class__.get_by_uuid(self._context, self.uuid)
self.obj_refresh(current)
# 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 touch_provisioning(self, context=None):
"""Touch the database record to mark the provisioning as alive."""
self.dbapi.touch_node_provisioning(self.id)
@classmethod
def get_by_port_addresses(cls, context, addresses):
"""Get a node by associated port addresses.
:param context: Security context.
:param addresses: A list of port addresses.
:raises: NodeNotFound if the node is not found.
:returns: a :class:`Node` object.
"""
db_node = cls.dbapi.get_node_by_port_addresses(addresses)
node = Node._from_db_object(cls(context), db_node)
return node
@base.IronicObjectRegistry.register
class NodePayload(notification.NotificationPayloadBase):
"""Base class used for all notification payloads about a Node object."""
# NOTE: This payload does not include the Node fields "chassis_id",
# "driver_info", "driver_internal_info", "instance_info", "raid_config",
# "reservation", or "target_raid_config". These were excluded for reasons
# including:
# - increased complexity needed for creating the payload
# - sensitive information in the fields that shouldn't be exposed to
# external services
# - being internal-only or hardware-related fields
SCHEMA = {
'clean_step': ('node', 'clean_step'),
'console_enabled': ('node', 'console_enabled'),
'created_at': ('node', 'created_at'),
'driver': ('node', 'driver'),
'extra': ('node', 'extra'),
'inspection_finished_at': ('node', 'inspection_finished_at'),
'inspection_started_at': ('node', 'inspection_started_at'),
'instance_uuid': ('node', 'instance_uuid'),
'last_error': ('node', 'last_error'),
'maintenance': ('node', 'maintenance'),
'maintenance_reason': ('node', 'maintenance_reason'),
'name': ('node', 'name'),
'network_interface': ('node', 'network_interface'),
'power_state': ('node', 'power_state'),
'properties': ('node', 'properties'),
'provision_state': ('node', 'provision_state'),
'provision_updated_at': ('node', 'provision_updated_at'),
'resource_class': ('node', 'resource_class'),
'target_power_state': ('node', 'target_power_state'),
'target_provision_state': ('node', 'target_provision_state'),
'updated_at': ('node', 'updated_at'),
'uuid': ('node', 'uuid')
}
# Version 1.0: Initial version, based off of Node version 1.18.
# Version 1.1: Type of network_interface changed to just nullable string
# similar to version 1.20 of Node.
# Version 1.2: Add nullable to console_enabled and maintenance.
VERSION = '1.2'
fields = {
'clean_step': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
'console_enabled': object_fields.BooleanField(nullable=True),
'created_at': object_fields.DateTimeField(nullable=True),
'driver': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'extra': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
'inspection_finished_at': object_fields.DateTimeField(nullable=True),
'inspection_started_at': object_fields.DateTimeField(nullable=True),
'instance_uuid': object_fields.UUIDField(nullable=True),
'last_error': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'maintenance': object_fields.BooleanField(nullable=True),
'maintenance_reason': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'network_interface': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'name': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'power_state': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'properties': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
'provision_state': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'provision_updated_at': object_fields.DateTimeField(nullable=True),
'resource_class': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'target_power_state': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'target_provision_state': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'updated_at': object_fields.DateTimeField(nullable=True),
'uuid': object_fields.UUIDField()
}
def __init__(self, node, **kwargs):
super(NodePayload, self).__init__(**kwargs)
self.populate_schema(node=node)
@base.IronicObjectRegistry.register
class NodeSetPowerStateNotification(notification.NotificationBase):
"""Notification emitted when ironic changes a node's power state."""
# Version 1.0: Initial version
VERSION = '1.0'
fields = {
'payload': object_fields.ObjectField('NodeSetPowerStatePayload')
}
@base.IronicObjectRegistry.register
class NodeSetPowerStatePayload(NodePayload):
"""Payload schema for when ironic changes a node's power state."""
# Version 1.0: Initial version
# Version 1.1: Parent NodePayload version 1.1
# Version 1.2: Parent NodePayload version 1.2
VERSION = '1.2'
fields = {
# "to_power" indicates the future target_power_state of the node. A
# separate field from target_power_state is used so that the
# baremetal.node.power_set.start notification, which is sent before
# target_power_state is set on the node, has information about what
# state the conductor will attempt to set on the node.
'to_power': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True)
}
def __init__(self, node, to_power):
super(NodeSetPowerStatePayload, self).__init__(
node, to_power=to_power)
@base.IronicObjectRegistry.register
class NodeCorrectedPowerStateNotification(notification.NotificationBase):
"""Notification for when a node's power state is corrected in the database.
This notification is emitted when ironic detects that the actual power
state on a bare metal hardware is different from the power state on an
ironic node (DB). This notification is emitted after the database is
updated to reflect this correction.
"""
# Version 1.0: Initial version
VERSION = '1.0'
fields = {
'payload': object_fields.ObjectField('NodeCorrectedPowerStatePayload')
}
@base.IronicObjectRegistry.register
class NodeCorrectedPowerStatePayload(NodePayload):
"""Notification payload schema for when a node's power state is corrected.
"from_power" indicates the previous power state on the ironic node
before the node was updated.
"""
# Version 1.0: Initial version
# Version 1.1: Parent NodePayload version 1.1
# Version 1.2: Parent NodePayload version 1.2
VERSION = '1.2'
fields = {
'from_power': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True)
}
def __init__(self, node, from_power):
super(NodeCorrectedPowerStatePayload, self).__init__(
node, from_power=from_power)
@base.IronicObjectRegistry.register
class NodeSetProvisionStateNotification(notification.NotificationBase):
"""Notification emitted when ironic changes a node provision state."""
# Version 1.0: Initial version
VERSION = '1.0'
fields = {
'payload': object_fields.ObjectField('NodeSetProvisionStatePayload')
}
@base.IronicObjectRegistry.register
class NodeSetProvisionStatePayload(NodePayload):
"""Payload schema for when ironic changes a node provision state."""
# Version 1.0: Initial version
# Version 1.1: Parent NodePayload version 1.1
# Version 1.2: Parent NodePayload version 1.2
VERSION = '1.2'
SCHEMA = dict(NodePayload.SCHEMA,
**{'instance_info': ('node', 'instance_info')})
fields = {
'instance_info': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
'event': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'previous_provision_state': object_fields.StringField(nullable=True),
'previous_target_provision_state':
object_fields.StringField(nullable=True)
}
def __init__(self, node, prev_state, prev_target, event):
super(NodeSetProvisionStatePayload, self).__init__(
node, event=event, previous_provision_state=prev_state,
previous_target_provision_state=prev_target)
@base.IronicObjectRegistry.register
class NodeCRUDNotification(notification.NotificationBase):
"""Notification emitted when ironic creates, updates or deletes a node."""
# Version 1.0: Initial version
VERSION = '1.0'
fields = {
'payload': object_fields.ObjectField('NodeCRUDPayload')
}
@base.IronicObjectRegistry.register
class NodeCRUDPayload(NodePayload):
"""Payload schema for when ironic creates, updates or deletes a node."""
# Version 1.0: Initial version
VERSION = '1.0'
SCHEMA = dict(NodePayload.SCHEMA,
**{'instance_info': ('node', 'instance_info'),
'driver_info': ('node', 'driver_info')})
fields = {
'chassis_uuid': object_fields.UUIDField(nullable=True),
'instance_info': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True),
'driver_info': object_fields.FlexibleDictField(nullable=True)
}
def __init__(self, node, chassis_uuid):
super(NodeCRUDPayload, self).__init__(node, chassis_uuid=chassis_uuid)
@base.IronicObjectRegistry.register
class NodeMaintenanceNotification(notification.NotificationBase):
"""Notification emitted when maintenance state changed via API."""
# Version 1.0: Initial version
VERSION = '1.0'
fields = {
'payload': object_fields.ObjectField('NodePayload')
}
@base.IronicObjectRegistry.register
class NodeConsoleNotification(notification.NotificationBase):
"""Notification emitted when node console state changed."""
# Version 1.0: Initial version
VERSION = '1.0'
fields = {
'payload': object_fields.ObjectField('NodePayload')
}