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# Copyright 2019 Red Hat, Inc.
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# Copyright (c) 2019 Dell Inc. or its subsidiaries.
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from oslo_log import log
from oslo_utils import importutils
from ironic.common import boot_devices
from ironic.common import exception
from ironic.common.i18n import _
from ironic.drivers.modules.redfish import boot as redfish_boot
from ironic.drivers.modules.redfish import utils as redfish_utils
LOG = log.getLogger(__name__)
sushy = importutils.try_import('sushy')
class DracRedfishVirtualMediaBoot(redfish_boot.RedfishVirtualMediaBoot):
"""iDRAC Redfish interface for virtual media boot-related actions.
Virtual Media allows booting the system from "virtual"
CD/DVD drive containing user image that BMC "inserts"
into the drive.
The CD/DVD images must be in ISO format and (depending on
BMC implementation) could be pulled over HTTP, served as
iSCSI targets or NFS volumes.
The baseline boot workflow is mostly based on the standard
Redfish virtual media boot interface, which looks like
1. Pull kernel, ramdisk and ESP if UEFI boot is requested (FAT partition
image with EFI boot loader) images
2. Create bootable ISO out of images (#1), push it to Glance and
pass to the BMC as Swift temporary URL
3. Optionally create floppy image with desired system configuration data,
push it to Glance and pass to the BMC as Swift temporary URL
4. Insert CD/DVD and (optionally) floppy images and set proper boot mode
For building deploy or rescue ISO, redfish boot interface uses
`deploy_kernel`/`deploy_ramdisk` or `rescue_kernel`/`rescue_ramdisk`
properties from `[instance_info]` or `[driver_info]`.
For building boot (user) ISO, redfish boot interface seeks `kernel_id`
and `ramdisk_id` properties in the Glance image metadata found in
`[instance_info]image_source` node property.
iDRAC virtual media boot interface only differs by the way how it
sets the node to boot from a virtual media device - this is done
via OEM action call implemented in Dell sushy OEM extension package.
if sushy:
boot_devices.FLOPPY: sushy.VIRTUAL_MEDIA_FLOPPY,
boot_devices.CDROM: sushy.VIRTUAL_MEDIA_CD
def _validate_vendor(self, task):
pass # assume people are doing the right thing
def _set_boot_device(cls, task, device, persistent=False):
"""Set boot device for a node.
Dell iDRAC Redfish implementation does not support setting
boot device to virtual media via standard Redfish means.
Instead, Dell BMC sets boot device to local physical CD/floppy.
However, it is still feasible to boot from a virtual media
device by invoking Dell OEM extension.
:param task: a TaskManager instance.
:param device: the boot device, one of
:param persistent: Whether to set next-boot, or make the change
permanent. Default: False.
:raises: InvalidParameterValue if the validation of the
ManagementInterface fails.
# NOTE(etingof): always treat CD/floppy as virtual
if device not in cls.VIRTUAL_MEDIA_DEVICES:
'Treating boot device %(device)s as a non-virtual '
'media device for node %(node)s',
{'device': device, 'node': task.node.uuid})
super(DracRedfishVirtualMediaBoot, cls)._set_boot_device(
task, device, persistent)
device = cls.VIRTUAL_MEDIA_DEVICES[device]
system = redfish_utils.get_system(task.node)
for manager in system.managers:
# This call makes Sushy go fishing in the ocean of Sushy
# OEM extensions installed on the system. If it finds one
# for 'Dell' which implements the 'Manager' resource
# extension, it uses it to create an object which
# instantiates itself from the OEM JSON. The object is
# returned here.
# If the extension could not be found for one manager, it
# will not be found for any others until it is installed, so
# abruptly exit the for loop. The vendor and resource name,
# 'Dell' and 'Manager', respectively, used to search for the
# extension are invariant in the loop.
manager_oem = manager.get_oem_extension('Dell')
except sushy.exceptions.OEMExtensionNotFoundError as e:
error_msg = (_("Search for Sushy OEM extension Python package "
"'sushy-oem-idrac' failed for node %(node)s. "
"Ensure it is installed. Error: %(error)s") %
{'node': task.node.uuid, 'error': e})
raise exception.RedfishError(error=error_msg)
device, persistent=persistent, manager=manager,
except sushy.exceptions.SushyError as e:
LOG.debug("Sushy OEM extension Python package "
"'sushy-oem-idrac' failed to set virtual boot "
"device with system %(system)s manager %(manager)s "
"for node %(node)s. Will try next manager, if "
"available. Error: %(error)s",
{'system': system.uuid if system.uuid else
'manager': manager.uuid if manager.uuid else
'node': task.node.uuid,
'error': e})
LOG.info("Set node %(node)s boot device to %(device)s via OEM",
{'node': task.node.uuid, 'device': device})
error_msg = (_('iDRAC Redfish set boot device failed for node '
'%(node)s, because system %(system)s has no '
'manager%(no_manager)s.') %
{'node': task.node.uuid,
'system': system.uuid if system.uuid else
'no_manager': '' if not system.managers else
' which could'})
raise exception.RedfishError(error=error_msg)