Neutron integration with OVN
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import copy
import threading
from neutron_lib.api.definitions import portbindings
from neutron_lib.callbacks import events
from neutron_lib.callbacks import registry
from neutron_lib.callbacks import resources
from neutron_lib import constants as const
from neutron_lib import context as n_context
from neutron_lib import exceptions as n_exc
from neutron_lib.plugins import directory
from neutron_lib.plugins.ml2 import api
from neutron_lib.services.qos import constants as qos_consts
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_db import exception as os_db_exc
from oslo_log import log
from neutron.common import utils as n_utils
from neutron.db import provisioning_blocks
from neutron.plugins.ml2 import db as ml2_db
from neutron.services.segments import db as segment_service_db
from networking_ovn._i18n import _
from networking_ovn.common import acl as ovn_acl
from networking_ovn.common import config
from networking_ovn.common import constants as ovn_const
from networking_ovn.common import maintenance
from networking_ovn.common import ovn_client
from networking_ovn.common import utils
from networking_ovn.db import revision as db_rev
from networking_ovn.ml2 import qos_driver
from networking_ovn.ml2 import trunk_driver
from networking_ovn import ovn_db_sync
from networking_ovn.ovsdb import impl_idl_ovn
from networking_ovn.ovsdb import ovsdb_monitor
LOG = log.getLogger(__name__)
METADATA_READY_WAIT_TIMEOUT = 15
class MetadataServiceReadyWaitTimeoutException(Exception):
pass
class OVNPortUpdateError(n_exc.BadRequest):
pass
class OVNMechanismDriver(api.MechanismDriver):
"""OVN ML2 mechanism driver
A mechanism driver is called on the creation, update, and deletion
of networks and ports. For every event, there are two methods that
get called - one within the database transaction (method suffix of
_precommit), one right afterwards (method suffix of _postcommit).
Exceptions raised by methods called inside the transaction can
rollback, but should not make any blocking calls (for example,
REST requests to an outside controller). Methods called after
transaction commits can make blocking external calls, though these
will block the entire process. Exceptions raised in calls after
the transaction commits may cause the associated resource to be
deleted.
Because rollback outside of the transaction is not done in the
update network/port case, all data validation must be done within
methods that are part of the database transaction.
"""
supported_qos_rule_types = [qos_consts.RULE_TYPE_BANDWIDTH_LIMIT]
def initialize(self):
"""Perform driver initialization.
Called after all drivers have been loaded and the database has
been initialized. No abstract methods defined below will be
called prior to this method being called.
"""
LOG.info("Starting OVNMechanismDriver")
self._nb_ovn = None
self._sb_ovn = None
self._plugin_property = None
self._ovn_client_inst = None
self._maintenance_thread = None
self.sg_enabled = ovn_acl.is_sg_enabled()
self._post_fork_event = threading.Event()
if cfg.CONF.SECURITYGROUP.firewall_driver:
LOG.warning('Firewall driver configuration is ignored')
self._setup_vif_port_bindings()
self.subscribe()
self.qos_driver = qos_driver.OVNQosNotificationDriver.create(self)
self.trunk_driver = trunk_driver.OVNTrunkDriver.create(self)
@property
def _plugin(self):
if self._plugin_property is None:
self._plugin_property = directory.get_plugin()
return self._plugin_property
@property
def _ovn_client(self):
if self._ovn_client_inst is None:
if not(self._nb_ovn and self._sb_ovn):
# Wait until the post_fork_initialize method has finished and
# IDLs have been correctly setup.
self._post_fork_event.wait()
self._ovn_client_inst = ovn_client.OVNClient(self._nb_ovn,
self._sb_ovn)
return self._ovn_client_inst
@property
def nb_ovn(self):
# NOTE (twilson): This and sb_ovn can be moved to instance variables
# once all references to the private versions are changed
return self._nb_ovn
@property
def sb_ovn(self):
return self._sb_ovn
def _setup_vif_port_bindings(self):
self.supported_vnic_types = [portbindings.VNIC_NORMAL,
portbindings.VNIC_DIRECT]
self.vif_details = {
portbindings.VIF_TYPE_OVS: {
portbindings.CAP_PORT_FILTER: self.sg_enabled
},
portbindings.VIF_TYPE_VHOST_USER: {
portbindings.CAP_PORT_FILTER: False,
portbindings.VHOST_USER_MODE:
portbindings.VHOST_USER_MODE_SERVER,
portbindings.VHOST_USER_OVS_PLUG: True
}
}
def subscribe(self):
registry.subscribe(self.post_fork_initialize,
resources.PROCESS,
events.AFTER_INIT)
registry.subscribe(self._add_segment_host_mapping_for_segment,
resources.SEGMENT,
events.AFTER_CREATE)
# Handle security group/rule notifications
if self.sg_enabled:
registry.subscribe(self._create_security_group_precommit,
resources.SECURITY_GROUP,
events.PRECOMMIT_CREATE)
registry.subscribe(self._update_security_group,
resources.SECURITY_GROUP,
events.AFTER_UPDATE)
registry.subscribe(self._create_security_group,
resources.SECURITY_GROUP,
events.AFTER_CREATE)
registry.subscribe(self._delete_security_group,
resources.SECURITY_GROUP,
events.AFTER_DELETE)
registry.subscribe(self._create_sg_rule_precommit,
resources.SECURITY_GROUP_RULE,
events.PRECOMMIT_CREATE)
registry.subscribe(self._process_sg_rule_notification,
resources.SECURITY_GROUP_RULE,
events.AFTER_CREATE)
registry.subscribe(self._process_sg_rule_notification,
resources.SECURITY_GROUP_RULE,
events.BEFORE_DELETE)
def post_fork_initialize(self, resource, event, trigger, payload=None):
# NOTE(rtheis): This will initialize all workers (API, RPC,
# plugin service and OVN) with OVN IDL connections.
self._post_fork_event.clear()
self._ovn_client_inst = None
self._nb_ovn, self._sb_ovn = impl_idl_ovn.get_ovn_idls(self,
trigger)
# Now IDL connections can be safely used.
self._post_fork_event.set()
if trigger.im_class == ovsdb_monitor.OvnWorker:
# Call the synchronization task if its ovn worker
# This sync neutron DB to OVN-NB DB only in inconsistent states
self.nb_synchronizer = ovn_db_sync.OvnNbSynchronizer(
self._plugin,
self._nb_ovn,
self._sb_ovn,
config.get_ovn_neutron_sync_mode(),
self
)
self.nb_synchronizer.sync()
# This sync neutron DB to OVN-SB DB only in inconsistent states
self.sb_synchronizer = ovn_db_sync.OvnSbSynchronizer(
self._plugin,
self._sb_ovn,
self
)
self.sb_synchronizer.sync()
if trigger.im_class == maintenance.MaintenanceWorker:
self._maintenance_thread = maintenance.MaintenanceThread()
self._maintenance_thread.add_periodics(
maintenance.DBInconsistenciesPeriodics(self._ovn_client))
self._maintenance_thread.start()
def _create_security_group_precommit(self, resource, event, trigger,
security_group, context, **kwargs):
db_rev.create_initial_revision(
security_group['id'], ovn_const.TYPE_SECURITY_GROUPS,
context.session)
def _create_security_group(self, resource, event, trigger,
security_group, **kwargs):
self._ovn_client.create_security_group(security_group)
def _delete_security_group(self, resource, event, trigger,
security_group_id, **kwargs):
self._ovn_client.delete_security_group(security_group_id)
def _update_security_group(self, resource, event, trigger,
security_group, **kwargs):
# OVN doesn't care about updates to security groups, only if they
# exist or not. We are bumping the revision number here so it
# doesn't show as inconsistent to the maintenance periodic task
db_rev.bump_revision(security_group, ovn_const.TYPE_SECURITY_GROUPS)
def _create_sg_rule_precommit(self, resource, event, trigger, **kwargs):
sg_rule = kwargs.get('security_group_rule')
context = kwargs.get('context')
db_rev.create_initial_revision(sg_rule['id'],
ovn_const.TYPE_SECURITY_GROUP_RULES,
context.session)
def _process_sg_rule_notification(
self, resource, event, trigger, **kwargs):
if event == events.AFTER_CREATE:
self._ovn_client.create_security_group_rule(
kwargs.get('security_group_rule'))
elif event == events.BEFORE_DELETE:
admin_context = n_context.get_admin_context()
sg_rule = self._plugin.get_security_group_rule(
admin_context, kwargs.get('security_group_rule_id'))
self._ovn_client.delete_security_group_rule(sg_rule)
def _is_network_type_supported(self, network_type):
return (network_type in [const.TYPE_LOCAL,
const.TYPE_FLAT,
const.TYPE_GENEVE,
const.TYPE_VLAN])
def _validate_network_segments(self, network_segments):
for network_segment in network_segments:
network_type = network_segment['network_type']
segmentation_id = network_segment['segmentation_id']
physical_network = network_segment['physical_network']
LOG.debug('Validating network segment with '
'type %(network_type)s, '
'segmentation ID %(segmentation_id)s, '
'physical network %(physical_network)s' %
{'network_type': network_type,
'segmentation_id': segmentation_id,
'physical_network': physical_network})
if not self._is_network_type_supported(network_type):
msg = _('Network type %s is not supported') % network_type
raise n_exc.InvalidInput(error_message=msg)
def create_network_precommit(self, context):
"""Allocate resources for a new network.
:param context: NetworkContext instance describing the new
network.
Create a new network, allocating resources as necessary in the
database. Called inside transaction context on session. Call
cannot block. Raising an exception will result in a rollback
of the current transaction.
"""
self._validate_network_segments(context.network_segments)
db_rev.create_initial_revision(
context.current['id'], ovn_const.TYPE_NETWORKS,
context._plugin_context.session)
def create_network_postcommit(self, context):
"""Create a network.
:param context: NetworkContext instance describing the new
network.
Called after the transaction commits. Call can block, though
will block the entire process so care should be taken to not
drastically affect performance. Raising an exception will
cause the deletion of the resource.
"""
network = context.current
self._ovn_client.create_network(network)
def update_network_precommit(self, context):
"""Update resources of a network.
:param context: NetworkContext instance describing the new
state of the network, as well as the original state prior
to the update_network call.
Update values of a network, updating the associated resources
in the database. Called inside transaction context on session.
Raising an exception will result in rollback of the
transaction.
update_network_precommit is called for all changes to the
network state. It is up to the mechanism driver to ignore
state or state changes that it does not know or care about.
"""
self._validate_network_segments(context.network_segments)
def update_network_postcommit(self, context):
"""Update a network.
:param context: NetworkContext instance describing the new
state of the network, as well as the original state prior
to the update_network call.
Called after the transaction commits. Call can block, though
will block the entire process so care should be taken to not
drastically affect performance. Raising an exception will
cause the deletion of the resource.
update_network_postcommit is called for all changes to the
network state. It is up to the mechanism driver to ignore
state or state changes that it does not know or care about.
"""
# FIXME(lucasagomes): We can delete this conditional after
# https://bugs.launchpad.net/neutron/+bug/1739798 is fixed.
if context._plugin_context.session.is_active:
return
self._ovn_client.update_network(context.current)
def delete_network_postcommit(self, context):
"""Delete a network.
:param context: NetworkContext instance describing the current
state of the network, prior to the call to delete it.
Called after the transaction commits. Call can block, though
will block the entire process so care should be taken to not
drastically affect performance. Runtime errors are not
expected, and will not prevent the resource from being
deleted.
"""
self._ovn_client.delete_network(context.current['id'])
def create_subnet_precommit(self, context):
db_rev.create_initial_revision(
context.current['id'], ovn_const.TYPE_SUBNETS,
context._plugin_context.session)
def create_subnet_postcommit(self, context):
self._ovn_client.create_subnet(context.current,
context.network.current)
def update_subnet_postcommit(self, context):
self._ovn_client.update_subnet(
context.current, context.network.current)
def delete_subnet_postcommit(self, context):
self._ovn_client.delete_subnet(context.current['id'])
def create_port_precommit(self, context):
"""Allocate resources for a new port.
:param context: PortContext instance describing the port.
Create a new port, allocating resources as necessary in the
database. Called inside transaction context on session. Call
cannot block. Raising an exception will result in a rollback
of the current transaction.
"""
port = context.current
if utils.is_lsp_ignored(port):
return
utils.validate_and_get_data_from_binding_profile(port)
if self._is_port_provisioning_required(port, context.host):
self._insert_port_provisioning_block(context._plugin_context,
port['id'])
db_rev.create_initial_revision(port['id'],
ovn_const.TYPE_PORTS,
context._plugin_context.session)
# in the case of router ports we also need to
# track the creation and update of the LRP OVN objects
if utils.is_lsp_router_port(port):
db_rev.create_initial_revision(port['id'],
ovn_const.TYPE_ROUTER_PORTS,
context._plugin_context.session)
def _is_port_provisioning_required(self, port, host, original_host=None):
vnic_type = port.get(portbindings.VNIC_TYPE, portbindings.VNIC_NORMAL)
if vnic_type not in self.supported_vnic_types:
LOG.debug('No provisioning block for port %(port_id)s due to '
'unsupported vnic_type: %(vnic_type)s',
{'port_id': port['id'], 'vnic_type': vnic_type})
return False
if port['status'] == const.PORT_STATUS_ACTIVE:
LOG.debug('No provisioning block for port %s since it is active',
port['id'])
return False
if not host:
LOG.debug('No provisioning block for port %s since it does not '
'have a host', port['id'])
return False
if host == original_host:
LOG.debug('No provisioning block for port %s since host unchanged',
port['id'])
return False
if not self._sb_ovn.chassis_exists(host):
LOG.debug('No provisioning block for port %(port_id)s since no '
'OVN chassis for host: %(host)s',
{'port_id': port['id'], 'host': host})
return False
return True
def _insert_port_provisioning_block(self, context, port_id):
# Insert a provisioning block to prevent the port from
# transitioning to active until OVN reports back that
# the port is up.
provisioning_blocks.add_provisioning_component(
context, port_id, resources.PORT,
provisioning_blocks.L2_AGENT_ENTITY
)
def _notify_dhcp_updated(self, port_id):
"""Notifies Neutron that the DHCP has been update for port."""
if provisioning_blocks.is_object_blocked(
n_context.get_admin_context(), port_id, resources.PORT):
provisioning_blocks.provisioning_complete(
n_context.get_admin_context(), port_id, resources.PORT,
provisioning_blocks.DHCP_ENTITY)
def _validate_ignored_port(self, port, original_port):
if utils.is_lsp_ignored(port):
if not utils.is_lsp_ignored(original_port):
# From not ignored port to ignored port
msg = (_('Updating device_owner to %(device_owner)s for port '
'%(port_id)s is not supported') %
{'device_owner': port['device_owner'],
'port_id': port['id']})
raise OVNPortUpdateError(resource='port', msg=msg)
elif utils.is_lsp_ignored(original_port):
# From ignored port to not ignored port
msg = (_('Updating device_owner for port %(port_id)s owned by '
'%(device_owner)s is not supported') %
{'port_id': port['id'],
'device_owner': original_port['device_owner']})
raise OVNPortUpdateError(resource='port', msg=msg)
def create_port_postcommit(self, context):
"""Create a port.
:param context: PortContext instance describing the port.
Called after the transaction completes. Call can block, though
will block the entire process so care should be taken to not
drastically affect performance. Raising an exception will
result in the deletion of the resource.
"""
port = copy.deepcopy(context.current)
port['network'] = context.network.current
self._ovn_client.create_port(port)
self._notify_dhcp_updated(port['id'])
def update_port_precommit(self, context):
"""Update resources of a port.
:param context: PortContext instance describing the new
state of the port, as well as the original state prior
to the update_port call.
Called inside transaction context on session to complete a
port update as defined by this mechanism driver. Raising an
exception will result in rollback of the transaction.
update_port_precommit is called for all changes to the port
state. It is up to the mechanism driver to ignore state or
state changes that it does not know or care about.
"""
port = context.current
original_port = context.original
self._validate_ignored_port(port, original_port)
utils.validate_and_get_data_from_binding_profile(port)
if self._is_port_provisioning_required(port, context.host,
context.original_host):
self._insert_port_provisioning_block(context._plugin_context,
port['id'])
if utils.is_lsp_router_port(port):
# handle the case when an existing port is added to a
# logical router so we need to track the creation of the lrp
if not utils.is_lsp_router_port(original_port):
db_rev.create_initial_revision(port['id'],
ovn_const.TYPE_ROUTER_PORTS,
context._plugin_context.session,
may_exist=True)
def update_port_postcommit(self, context):
"""Update a port.
:param context: PortContext instance describing the new
state of the port, as well as the original state prior
to the update_port call.
Called after the transaction completes. Call can block, though
will block the entire process so care should be taken to not
drastically affect performance. Raising an exception will
result in the deletion of the resource.
update_port_postcommit is called for all changes to the port
state. It is up to the mechanism driver to ignore state or
state changes that it does not know or care about.
"""
port = copy.deepcopy(context.current)
port['network'] = context.network.current
original_port = copy.deepcopy(context.original)
original_port['network'] = context.network.current
# NOTE(mjozefcz): Check if port is in migration state. If so update
# the port status from DOWN to UP in order to generate 'fake'
# vif-interface-plugged event. This workaround is needed to
# perform live-migration with live_migration_wait_for_vif_plug=True.
if ((port['status'] == const.PORT_STATUS_DOWN and
ovn_const.MIGRATING_ATTR in port[portbindings.PROFILE].keys() and
port[portbindings.VIF_TYPE] == portbindings.VIF_TYPE_OVS)):
admin_context = n_context.get_admin_context()
LOG.info("Setting port %s status from DOWN to UP in order "
"to emit vif-interface-plugged event.",
port['id'])
self._plugin.update_port_status(admin_context, port['id'],
const.PORT_STATUS_ACTIVE)
# The revision has been changed. In the meantime
# port-update event already updated the OVN configuration,
# So there is no need to update it again here. Anyway it
# will fail that OVN has port with bigger revision.
return
self._ovn_client.update_port(port, port_object=original_port)
self._notify_dhcp_updated(port['id'])
def delete_port_postcommit(self, context):
"""Delete a port.
:param context: PortContext instance describing the current
state of the port, prior to the call to delete it.
Called after the transaction completes. Call can block, though
will block the entire process so care should be taken to not
drastically affect performance. Runtime errors are not
expected, and will not prevent the resource from being
deleted.
"""
port = copy.deepcopy(context.current)
port['network'] = context.network.current
self._ovn_client.delete_port(port['id'], port_object=port)
def bind_port(self, context):
"""Attempt to bind a port.
:param context: PortContext instance describing the port
This method is called outside any transaction to attempt to
establish a port binding using this mechanism driver. Bindings
may be created at each of multiple levels of a hierarchical
network, and are established from the top level downward. At
each level, the mechanism driver determines whether it can
bind to any of the network segments in the
context.segments_to_bind property, based on the value of the
context.host property, any relevant port or network
attributes, and its own knowledge of the network topology. At
the top level, context.segments_to_bind contains the static
segments of the port's network. At each lower level of
binding, it contains static or dynamic segments supplied by
the driver that bound at the level above. If the driver is
able to complete the binding of the port to any segment in
context.segments_to_bind, it must call context.set_binding
with the binding details. If it can partially bind the port,
it must call context.continue_binding with the network
segments to be used to bind at the next lower level.
If the binding results are committed after bind_port returns,
they will be seen by all mechanism drivers as
update_port_precommit and update_port_postcommit calls. But if
some other thread or process concurrently binds or updates the
port, these binding results will not be committed, and
update_port_precommit and update_port_postcommit will not be
called on the mechanism drivers with these results. Because
binding results can be discarded rather than committed,
drivers should avoid making persistent state changes in
bind_port, or else must ensure that such state changes are
eventually cleaned up.
Implementing this method explicitly declares the mechanism
driver as having the intention to bind ports. This is inspected
by the QoS service to identify the available QoS rules you
can use with ports.
"""
port = context.current
vnic_type = port.get(portbindings.VNIC_TYPE, portbindings.VNIC_NORMAL)
if vnic_type not in self.supported_vnic_types:
LOG.debug('Refusing to bind port %(port_id)s due to unsupported '
'vnic_type: %(vnic_type)s' %
{'port_id': port['id'], 'vnic_type': vnic_type})
return
profile = port.get(portbindings.PROFILE)
capabilities = []
if profile:
capabilities = profile.get('capabilities', [])
if (vnic_type == portbindings.VNIC_DIRECT and
'switchdev' not in capabilities):
LOG.debug("Refusing to bind port due to unsupported vnic_type: %s"
"with no switchdev capability", portbindings.VNIC_DIRECT)
return
# OVN chassis information is needed to ensure a valid port bind.
# Collect port binding data and refuse binding if the OVN chassis
# cannot be found.
chassis_physnets = []
try:
datapath_type, iface_types, chassis_physnets = \
self._sb_ovn.get_chassis_data_for_ml2_bind_port(context.host)
iface_types = iface_types.split(',') if iface_types else []
except RuntimeError:
LOG.debug('Refusing to bind port %(port_id)s due to '
'no OVN chassis for host: %(host)s' %
{'port_id': port['id'], 'host': context.host})
return
for segment_to_bind in context.segments_to_bind:
network_type = segment_to_bind['network_type']
segmentation_id = segment_to_bind['segmentation_id']
physical_network = segment_to_bind['physical_network']
LOG.debug('Attempting to bind port %(port_id)s on host %(host)s '
'for network segment with type %(network_type)s, '
'segmentation ID %(segmentation_id)s, '
'physical network %(physical_network)s' %
{'port_id': port['id'],
'host': context.host,
'network_type': network_type,
'segmentation_id': segmentation_id,
'physical_network': physical_network})
# TODO(rtheis): This scenario is only valid on an upgrade from
# neutron ML2 OVS since invalid network types are prevented during
# network creation and update. The upgrade should convert invalid
# network types. Once bug/1621879 is fixed, refuse to bind
# ports with unsupported network types.
if not self._is_network_type_supported(network_type):
LOG.info('Upgrade allowing bind port %(port_id)s with '
'unsupported network type: %(network_type)s',
{'port_id': port['id'],
'network_type': network_type})
if (network_type in ['flat', 'vlan']) and \
(physical_network not in chassis_physnets):
LOG.info('Refusing to bind port %(port_id)s on '
'host %(host)s due to the OVN chassis '
'bridge mapping physical networks '
'%(chassis_physnets)s not supporting '
'physical network: %(physical_network)s',
{'port_id': port['id'],
'host': context.host,
'chassis_physnets': chassis_physnets,
'physical_network': physical_network})
else:
if datapath_type == ovn_const.CHASSIS_DATAPATH_NETDEV and (
ovn_const.CHASSIS_IFACE_DPDKVHOSTUSER in iface_types):
vhost_user_socket = utils.ovn_vhu_sockpath(
config.get_ovn_vhost_sock_dir(), port['id'])
vif_type = portbindings.VIF_TYPE_VHOST_USER
port[portbindings.VIF_DETAILS].update({
portbindings.VHOST_USER_SOCKET: vhost_user_socket
})
vif_details = dict(self.vif_details[vif_type])
vif_details[portbindings.VHOST_USER_SOCKET] = \
vhost_user_socket
else:
vif_type = portbindings.VIF_TYPE_OVS
vif_details = self.vif_details[vif_type]
context.set_binding(segment_to_bind[api.ID], vif_type,
vif_details)
break
def get_workers(self):
"""Get any worker instances that should have their own process
Any driver that needs to run processes separate from the API or RPC
workers, can return a sequence of worker instances.
"""
# See doc/source/design/ovn_worker.rst for more details.
return [ovsdb_monitor.OvnWorker(), maintenance.MaintenanceWorker()]
def _update_dnat_entry_if_needed(self, port_id, up=True):
"""Update DNAT entry if using distributed floating ips."""
if not config.is_ovn_distributed_floating_ip():
return
if not self._nb_ovn:
self._nb_ovn = self._ovn_client._nb_idl
nat = self._nb_ovn.db_find('NAT',
('logical_port', '=', port_id),
('type', '=', 'dnat_and_snat')).execute()
if not nat:
return
# We take first entry as one port can only have one FIP
nat = nat[0]
# If the external_id doesn't exist, let's create at this point.
# TODO(dalvarez): Remove this code in T cycle when we're sure that
# all DNAT entries have the external_id.
if not nat['external_ids'].get(ovn_const.OVN_FIP_EXT_MAC_KEY):
self._nb_ovn.db_set('NAT', nat['_uuid'],
('external_ids',
{ovn_const.OVN_FIP_EXT_MAC_KEY:
nat['external_mac']})).execute()
if up:
mac = nat['external_ids'][ovn_const.OVN_FIP_EXT_MAC_KEY]
LOG.debug("Setting external_mac of port %s to %s",
port_id, mac)
self._nb_ovn.db_set(
'NAT', nat['_uuid'],
('external_mac', mac)).execute(check_error=True)
else:
LOG.debug("Clearing up external_mac of port %s", port_id)
self._nb_ovn.db_clear(
'NAT', nat['_uuid'], 'external_mac').execute(check_error=True)
def set_port_status_up(self, port_id):
# Port provisioning is complete now that OVN has reported that the
# port is up. Any provisioning block (possibly added during port
# creation or when OVN reports that the port is down) must be removed.
LOG.info("OVN reports status up for port: %s", port_id)
self._update_dnat_entry_if_needed(port_id)
self._wait_for_metadata_provisioned_if_needed(port_id)
provisioning_blocks.provisioning_complete(
n_context.get_admin_context(),
port_id,
resources.PORT,
provisioning_blocks.L2_AGENT_ENTITY)
admin_context = n_context.get_admin_context()
try:
# NOTE(lucasagomes): Router ports in OVN is never bound
# to a host given their decentralized nature. By calling
# provisioning_complete() - as above - don't do it for us
# becasue the router ports are unbind so, for OVN we are
# forcing the status here. Maybe it's something that we can
# change in core Neutron in the future.
db_port = ml2_db.get_port(admin_context, port_id)
if not db_port:
return
if db_port.device_owner in (const.DEVICE_OWNER_ROUTER_INTF,
const.DEVICE_OWNER_DVR_INTERFACE,
const.DEVICE_OWNER_ROUTER_HA_INTF):
self._plugin.update_port_status(admin_context, port_id,
const.PORT_STATUS_ACTIVE)
elif db_port.device_owner.startswith(
const.DEVICE_OWNER_COMPUTE_PREFIX):
self._plugin.nova_notifier.notify_port_active_direct(db_port)
except (os_db_exc.DBReferenceError, n_exc.PortNotFound):
LOG.debug('Port not found during OVN status up report: %s',
port_id)
def set_port_status_down(self, port_id):
# Port provisioning is required now that OVN has reported that the
# port is down. Insert a provisioning block and mark the port down
# in neutron. The block is inserted before the port status update
# to prevent another entity from bypassing the block with its own
# port status update.
LOG.info("OVN reports status down for port: %s", port_id)
self._update_dnat_entry_if_needed(port_id, False)
admin_context = n_context.get_admin_context()
try:
db_port = ml2_db.get_port(admin_context, port_id)
if not db_port:
return
self._insert_port_provisioning_block(admin_context, port_id)
self._plugin.update_port_status(admin_context, port_id,
const.PORT_STATUS_DOWN)
if db_port.device_owner.startswith(
const.DEVICE_OWNER_COMPUTE_PREFIX):
self._plugin.nova_notifier.record_port_status_changed(
db_port, const.PORT_STATUS_ACTIVE, const.PORT_STATUS_DOWN,
None)
self._plugin.nova_notifier.send_port_status(
None, None, db_port)
except (os_db_exc.DBReferenceError, n_exc.PortNotFound):
LOG.debug("Port not found during OVN status down report: %s",
port_id)
def update_segment_host_mapping(self, host, phy_nets):
"""Update SegmentHostMapping in DB"""
if not host:
return
ctx = n_context.get_admin_context()
segments = segment_service_db.get_segments_with_phys_nets(
ctx, phy_nets)
available_seg_ids = {
segment['id'] for segment in segments
if segment['network_type'] in ('flat', 'vlan')}
segment_service_db.update_segment_host_mapping(
ctx, host, available_seg_ids)
def _add_segment_host_mapping_for_segment(self, resource, event, trigger,
context, segment):
phynet = segment.physical_network
if not phynet:
return
host_phynets_map = self._sb_ovn.get_chassis_hostname_and_physnets()
hosts = {host for host, phynets in host_phynets_map.items()
if phynet in phynets}
segment_service_db.map_segment_to_hosts(context, segment.id, hosts)
def _wait_for_metadata_provisioned_if_needed(self, port_id):
"""Wait for metadata service to be provisioned.
Wait until metadata service has been setup for this port in the chassis
it resides. If metadata is disabled or DHCP is not enabled for its
subnets, this function will return right away.
"""
if config.is_ovn_metadata_enabled() and self._sb_ovn:
# Wait until metadata service has been setup for this port in the
# chassis it resides.
result = (
self._sb_ovn.get_logical_port_chassis_and_datapath(port_id))
if not result:
LOG.warning("Logical port %s doesn't exist in OVN", port_id)
return
chassis, datapath = result
if not chassis:
LOG.warning("Logical port %s is not bound to a "
"chassis", port_id)
return
# Check if the port belongs to some IPv4 subnet with DHCP enabled.
context = n_context.get_admin_context()
port = self._plugin.get_port(context, port_id)
port_subnet_ids = set(
ip['subnet_id'] for ip in port['fixed_ips'] if
n_utils.get_ip_version(ip['ip_address']) == const.IP_VERSION_4)
if not port_subnet_ids:
# The port doesn't belong to any IPv4 subnet
return
subnets = self._plugin.get_subnets(context, filters=dict(
network_id=[port['network_id']], ip_version=[4],
enable_dhcp=True))
subnet_ids = set(
s['id'] for s in subnets if s['id'] in port_subnet_ids)
if not subnet_ids:
return
try:
n_utils.wait_until_true(
lambda: datapath in
self._sb_ovn.get_chassis_metadata_networks(chassis),
timeout=METADATA_READY_WAIT_TIMEOUT,
exception=MetadataServiceReadyWaitTimeoutException)
except MetadataServiceReadyWaitTimeoutException:
# If we reach this point it means that metadata agent didn't
# provision the datapath for this port on its chassis. Either
# the agent is not running or it crashed. We'll complete the
# provisioning block though.
LOG.warning("Metadata service is not ready for port %s, check"
" networking-ovn-metadata-agent status/logs.",
port_id)