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# Copyright 2016 Mirantis, Inc. All rights reserved.
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from neutron_lib.callbacks import events
from neutron_lib.callbacks import registry
from neutron_lib.callbacks import resources
from neutron_lib.db import api as db_api
from oslo_log import log as logging
from neutron._i18n import _
from neutron.db import models_v2
from neutron.objects import provisioning_blocks as pb_obj
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
PROVISIONING_COMPLETE = 'provisioning_complete'
# identifiers for the various entities that participate in provisioning
DHCP_ENTITY = 'DHCP'
L2_AGENT_ENTITY = 'L2'
# TODO(sshank): Change to object later on when complete integration of Port
# OVO is complete. Currently 'extend_port_dict' in ext_test fails when changed
# to OVO here.
_RESOURCE_TO_MODEL_MAP = {resources.PORT: models_v2.Port}
def add_model_for_resource(resource, model):
"""Adds a mapping between a callback resource and a DB model."""
_RESOURCE_TO_MODEL_MAP[resource] = model
@db_api.retry_if_session_inactive()
def add_provisioning_component(context, object_id, object_type, entity):
"""Adds a provisioning block by an entity to a given object.
Adds a provisioning block to the DB for object_id with an identifier
of the entity that is doing the provisioning. While an object has these
provisioning blocks present, this module will not emit any callback events
indicating that provisioning has completed. Any logic that depends on
multiple disjoint components may use these blocks and subscribe to the
PROVISIONING_COMPLETE event to know when all components have completed.
:param context: neutron api request context
:param object_id: ID of object that has been provisioned
:param object_type: callback resource type of the object
:param entity: The entity that has provisioned the object
"""
log_dict = {'entity': entity, 'oid': object_id, 'otype': object_type}
# we get an object's ID, so we need to convert that into a standard attr id
standard_attr_id = _get_standard_attr_id(context, object_id, object_type)
if not standard_attr_id:
return
if pb_obj.ProvisioningBlock.objects_exist(
context, standard_attr_id=standard_attr_id, entity=entity):
# an entry could be leftover from a previous transition that hasn't
# yet been provisioned. (e.g. multiple updates in a short period)
LOG.debug("Ignored duplicate provisioning block setup for %(otype)s "
"%(oid)s by entity %(entity)s.", log_dict)
return
pb_obj.ProvisioningBlock(
context, standard_attr_id=standard_attr_id, entity=entity).create()
LOG.debug("Transition to ACTIVE for %(otype)s object %(oid)s "
"will not be triggered until provisioned by entity %(entity)s.",
log_dict)
@db_api.retry_if_session_inactive()
def remove_provisioning_component(context, object_id, object_type, entity,
standard_attr_id=None):
"""Remove a provisioning block for an object without triggering a callback.
Removes a provisioning block without triggering a callback. A user of this
module should call this when a block is no longer correct. If the block has
been satisfied, the 'provisioning_complete' method should be called.
:param context: neutron api request context
:param object_id: ID of object that has been provisioned
:param object_type: callback resource type of the object
:param entity: The entity that has provisioned the object
:param standard_attr_id: Optional ID to pass to the function to avoid the
extra DB lookup to translate the object_id into
the standard_attr_id.
:return: boolean indicating whether or not a record was deleted
"""
standard_attr_id = standard_attr_id or _get_standard_attr_id(
context, object_id, object_type)
if not standard_attr_id:
return False
if pb_obj.ProvisioningBlock.delete_objects(
context, standard_attr_id=standard_attr_id, entity=entity):
return True
else:
return False
@db_api.retry_if_session_inactive()
def provisioning_complete(context, object_id, object_type, entity):
"""Mark that the provisioning for object_id has been completed by entity.
Marks that an entity has finished provisioning an object. If there are
no remaining provisioning components, a callback will be triggered
indicating that provisioning has been completed for the object. Subscribers
to this callback must be idempotent because it may be called multiple
times in high availability deployments.
:param context: neutron api request context
:param object_id: ID of object that has been provisioned
:param object_type: callback resource type of the object
:param entity: The entity that has provisioned the object
"""
log_dict = {'oid': object_id, 'entity': entity, 'otype': object_type}
# this can't be called in a transaction to avoid REPEATABLE READ
# tricking us into thinking there are remaining provisioning components
if context.session.is_active:
raise RuntimeError(_("Must not be called in a transaction"))
standard_attr_id = _get_standard_attr_id(context, object_id,
object_type)
if not standard_attr_id:
return
if remove_provisioning_component(context, object_id, object_type, entity,
standard_attr_id):
LOG.debug("Provisioning for %(otype)s %(oid)s completed by entity "
"%(entity)s.", log_dict)
# now with that committed, check if any records are left. if None, emit
# an event that provisioning is complete.
if not pb_obj.ProvisioningBlock.objects_exist(
context, standard_attr_id=standard_attr_id):
LOG.debug("Provisioning complete for %(otype)s %(oid)s triggered by "
"entity %(entity)s.", log_dict)
registry.publish(object_type, PROVISIONING_COMPLETE, entity,
payload=events.DBEventPayload(
context, resource_id=object_id))
@db_api.retry_if_session_inactive()
def is_object_blocked(context, object_id, object_type):
"""Return boolean indicating if object has a provisioning block.
:param context: neutron api request context
:param object_id: ID of object that has been provisioned
:param object_type: callback resource type of the object
"""
standard_attr_id = _get_standard_attr_id(context, object_id,
object_type)
if not standard_attr_id:
# object doesn't exist so it has no blocks
return False
return pb_obj.ProvisioningBlock.objects_exist(
context, standard_attr_id=standard_attr_id)
def _get_standard_attr_id(context, object_id, object_type):
model = _RESOURCE_TO_MODEL_MAP.get(object_type)
if not model:
raise RuntimeError(_("Could not find model for %s. If you are "
"adding provisioning blocks for a new resource "
"you must call add_model_for_resource during "
"initialization for your type.") % object_type)
obj = (context.session.query(model.standard_attr_id).
enable_eagerloads(False).
filter_by(id=object_id).first())
if not obj:
# concurrent delete
LOG.debug("Could not find standard attr ID for object %s.", object_id)
return
return obj.standard_attr_id