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# Copyright (c) 2013 OpenStack Foundation
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import functools
import fixtures
import mock
import netaddr
from neutron_lib.api.definitions import availability_zone as az_def
from neutron_lib.api.definitions import external_net as extnet_apidef
from neutron_lib.api.definitions import portbindings
from neutron_lib.api.definitions import provider_net as pnet
from neutron_lib.callbacks import events
from neutron_lib.callbacks import exceptions as c_exc
from neutron_lib.callbacks import registry
from neutron_lib.callbacks import resources
from neutron_lib import constants
from neutron_lib import context
from neutron_lib import exceptions as exc
from neutron_lib.plugins import constants as plugin_constants
from neutron_lib.plugins import directory
from neutron_lib.plugins.ml2 import api as driver_api
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_db import exception as db_exc
from oslo_utils import uuidutils
import testtools
import webob
from neutron._i18n import _
from neutron.common import utils
from neutron.db import agents_db
from neutron.db import api as db_api
from neutron.db import models_v2
from neutron.db import provisioning_blocks
from neutron.db import securitygroups_db as sg_db
from neutron.db import segments_db
from neutron.extensions import multiprovidernet as mpnet
from neutron.objects import base as base_obj
from neutron.objects import router as l3_obj
from neutron.plugins.ml2.common import exceptions as ml2_exc
from neutron.plugins.ml2 import db as ml2_db
from neutron.plugins.ml2 import driver_context
from neutron.plugins.ml2.drivers import type_vlan
from neutron.plugins.ml2 import managers
from neutron.plugins.ml2 import models
from neutron.plugins.ml2 import plugin as ml2_plugin
from neutron.services.revisions import revision_plugin
from neutron.services.segments import db as segments_plugin_db
from neutron.services.segments import plugin as segments_plugin
from neutron.tests.common import helpers
from neutron.tests.unit import _test_extension_portbindings as test_bindings
from neutron.tests.unit.agent import test_securitygroups_rpc as test_sg_rpc
from neutron.tests.unit.db import test_allowedaddresspairs_db as test_pair
from neutron.tests.unit.db import test_db_base_plugin_v2 as test_plugin
from neutron.tests.unit.db import test_ipam_pluggable_backend as test_ipam
from neutron.tests.unit.extensions import test_extra_dhcp_opt as test_dhcpopts
from neutron.tests.unit.plugins.ml2.drivers import mechanism_logger as \
mech_logger
from neutron.tests.unit.plugins.ml2.drivers import mechanism_test as mech_test
cfg.CONF.import_opt('network_vlan_ranges',
'neutron.plugins.ml2.drivers.type_vlan',
group='ml2_type_vlan')
PLUGIN_NAME = 'ml2'
DEVICE_OWNER_COMPUTE = constants.DEVICE_OWNER_COMPUTE_PREFIX + 'fake'
HOST = 'fake_host'
TEST_ROUTER_ID = 'router_id'
# TODO(marun) - Move to somewhere common for reuse
class PluginConfFixture(fixtures.Fixture):
"""Plugin configuration shared across the unit and functional tests."""
def __init__(self, plugin_name, parent_setup=None):
super(PluginConfFixture, self).__init__()
self.plugin_name = plugin_name
self.parent_setup = parent_setup
def _setUp(self):
if self.parent_setup:
self.parent_setup()
class Ml2ConfFixture(PluginConfFixture):
def __init__(self, parent_setup=None):
super(Ml2ConfFixture, self).__init__(PLUGIN_NAME, parent_setup)
class Ml2PluginV2TestCase(test_plugin.NeutronDbPluginV2TestCase):
_mechanism_drivers = ['logger', 'test']
l3_plugin = ('neutron.tests.unit.extensions.test_l3.'
'TestL3NatServicePlugin')
def get_additional_service_plugins(self):
"""Subclasses can return a dictionary of service plugins to load."""
return {}
def setup_parent(self):
"""Perform parent setup with the common plugin configuration class."""
service_plugins = {'l3_plugin_name': self.l3_plugin}
service_plugins.update(self.get_additional_service_plugins())
# Ensure that the parent setup can be called without arguments
# by the common configuration setUp.
parent_setup = functools.partial(
super(Ml2PluginV2TestCase, self).setUp,
plugin=PLUGIN_NAME,
service_plugins=service_plugins,
)
self.useFixture(Ml2ConfFixture(parent_setup))
self.port_create_status = 'DOWN'
def setUp(self):
self.ovo_push_interface_p = mock.patch(
'neutron.plugins.ml2.ovo_rpc.OVOServerRpcInterface')
self.ovo_push_interface_p.start()
# Enable the test mechanism driver to ensure that
# we can successfully call through to all mechanism
# driver apis.
cfg.CONF.set_override('mechanism_drivers',
self._mechanism_drivers,
group='ml2')
self.physnet = 'physnet1'
self.vlan_range = '1:100'
self.vlan_range2 = '200:300'
self.physnet2 = 'physnet2'
self.phys_vrange = ':'.join([self.physnet, self.vlan_range])
self.phys2_vrange = ':'.join([self.physnet2, self.vlan_range2])
cfg.CONF.set_override('network_vlan_ranges',
[self.phys_vrange, self.phys2_vrange],
group='ml2_type_vlan')
self.setup_parent()
self.driver = directory.get_plugin()
self.context = context.get_admin_context()
class TestMl2BulkToggleWithoutBulkless(Ml2PluginV2TestCase):
_mechanism_drivers = ['logger', 'test']
def test_bulk_enabled_with_bulk_drivers(self):
self.assertFalse(self._skip_native_bulk)
class TestMl2BasicGet(test_plugin.TestBasicGet,
Ml2PluginV2TestCase):
pass
class TestMl2V2HTTPResponse(test_plugin.TestV2HTTPResponse,
Ml2PluginV2TestCase):
pass
class TestMl2NetworksV2(test_plugin.TestNetworksV2,
Ml2PluginV2TestCase):
def setUp(self, plugin=None):
super(TestMl2NetworksV2, self).setUp()
# provider networks
self.pnets = [{'name': 'net1',
pnet.NETWORK_TYPE: 'vlan',
pnet.PHYSICAL_NETWORK: 'physnet1',
pnet.SEGMENTATION_ID: 1,
'tenant_id': 'tenant_one'},
{'name': 'net2',
pnet.NETWORK_TYPE: 'vlan',
pnet.PHYSICAL_NETWORK: 'physnet2',
pnet.SEGMENTATION_ID: 210,
'tenant_id': 'tenant_one'},
{'name': 'net3',
pnet.NETWORK_TYPE: 'vlan',
pnet.PHYSICAL_NETWORK: 'physnet2',
pnet.SEGMENTATION_ID: 220,
'tenant_id': 'tenant_one'}
]
# multiprovider networks
self.mp_nets = [{'name': 'net4',
mpnet.SEGMENTS:
[{pnet.NETWORK_TYPE: 'vlan',
pnet.PHYSICAL_NETWORK: 'physnet2',
pnet.SEGMENTATION_ID: 1},
{pnet.NETWORK_TYPE: 'vlan',
pnet.PHYSICAL_NETWORK: 'physnet2',
pnet.SEGMENTATION_ID: 202}],
'tenant_id': 'tenant_one'}
]
self.nets = self.mp_nets + self.pnets
def test_network_after_create_callback(self):
after_create = mock.Mock()
registry.subscribe(after_create, resources.NETWORK,
events.AFTER_CREATE)
with self.network() as n:
after_create.assert_called_once_with(
resources.NETWORK, events.AFTER_CREATE, mock.ANY,
context=mock.ANY, network=mock.ANY)
kwargs = after_create.mock_calls[0][2]
self.assertEqual(n['network']['id'],
kwargs['network']['id'])
def test_network_precommit_create_callback(self):
precommit_create = mock.Mock()
registry.subscribe(precommit_create, resources.NETWORK,
events.PRECOMMIT_CREATE)
with self.network():
precommit_create.assert_called_once_with(
resources.NETWORK, events.PRECOMMIT_CREATE, mock.ANY,
context=mock.ANY, network=mock.ANY, request=mock.ANY)
def test_network_precommit_create_callback_aborts(self):
precommit_create = mock.Mock()
registry.subscribe(precommit_create, resources.NETWORK,
events.PRECOMMIT_CREATE)
precommit_create.side_effect = exc.InvalidInput(error_message='x')
data = {'network': {'tenant_id': 'sometenant', 'name': 'dummy',
'admin_state_up': True, 'shared': False}}
req = self.new_create_request('networks', data)
res = req.get_response(self.api)
self.assertEqual(400, res.status_int)
def test_network_precommit_update_includes_req(self):
precommit_update = mock.Mock()
registry.subscribe(precommit_update, resources.NETWORK,
events.PRECOMMIT_UPDATE)
with self.network() as n:
data = {'network': {'name': 'updated'}}
req = self.new_update_request('networks', data, n['network']['id'])
self.deserialize(self.fmt, req.get_response(self.api))
precommit_update.assert_called_once_with(
resources.NETWORK, events.PRECOMMIT_UPDATE, mock.ANY,
context=mock.ANY, network=mock.ANY, original_network=mock.ANY,
request=mock.ANY)
def test_network_after_update_callback(self):
after_update = mock.Mock()
registry.subscribe(after_update, resources.NETWORK,
events.AFTER_UPDATE)
with self.network() as n:
data = {'network': {'name': 'updated'}}
req = self.new_update_request('networks', data, n['network']['id'])
self.deserialize(self.fmt, req.get_response(self.api))
after_update.assert_called_once_with(
resources.NETWORK, events.AFTER_UPDATE, mock.ANY,
context=mock.ANY, network=mock.ANY, original_network=mock.ANY)
kwargs = after_update.mock_calls[0][2]
self.assertEqual(n['network']['name'],
kwargs['original_network']['name'])
self.assertEqual('updated', kwargs['network']['name'])
def test_network_after_delete_callback(self):
after_delete = mock.Mock()
registry.subscribe(after_delete, resources.NETWORK,
events.AFTER_DELETE)
with self.network() as n:
req = self.new_delete_request('networks', n['network']['id'])
req.get_response(self.api)
after_delete.assert_called_once_with(
resources.NETWORK, events.AFTER_DELETE, mock.ANY,
context=mock.ANY, network=mock.ANY)
kwargs = after_delete.mock_calls[0][2]
self.assertEqual(n['network']['id'],
kwargs['network']['id'])
def test_bulk_network_before_and_after_events_outside_of_txn(self):
# capture session states during each before and after event
before = []
after = []
b_func = lambda *a, **k: before.append(k['context'].session.is_active)
a_func = lambda *a, **k: after.append(k['context'].session.is_active)
registry.subscribe(b_func, resources.NETWORK, events.BEFORE_CREATE)
registry.subscribe(a_func, resources.NETWORK, events.AFTER_CREATE)
data = [{'tenant_id': self._tenant_id}] * 4
self._create_bulk_from_list(
self.fmt, 'network', data, context=context.get_admin_context())
# ensure events captured
self.assertTrue(before)
self.assertTrue(after)
# ensure session was closed for all
self.assertFalse(any(before))
self.assertFalse(any(after))
def _create_and_verify_networks(self, networks):
for net_idx, net in enumerate(networks):
# create
req = self.new_create_request('networks',
{'network': net})
# verify
network = self.deserialize(self.fmt,
req.get_response(self.api))['network']
if mpnet.SEGMENTS not in net:
for k, v in net.items():
self.assertEqual(net[k], network[k])
self.assertNotIn(mpnet.SEGMENTS, network)
else:
segments = network[mpnet.SEGMENTS]
expected_segments = net[mpnet.SEGMENTS]
self.assertEqual(len(expected_segments), len(segments))
for expected, actual in zip(expected_segments, segments):
self.assertEqual(expected, actual)
def _lookup_network_by_segmentation_id(self, seg_id, num_expected_nets):
params_str = "%s=%s" % (pnet.SEGMENTATION_ID, seg_id)
net_req = self.new_list_request('networks', None,
params=params_str)
networks = self.deserialize(self.fmt, net_req.get_response(self.api))
if num_expected_nets:
self.assertIsNotNone(networks)
self.assertEqual(num_expected_nets, len(networks['networks']))
else:
self.assertIsNone(networks)
return networks
def test_list_networks_with_segmentation_id(self):
self._create_and_verify_networks(self.pnets)
# verify we can find the network that we expect
lookup_vlan_id = 1
expected_net = [n for n in self.pnets
if n[pnet.SEGMENTATION_ID] == lookup_vlan_id].pop()
networks = self._lookup_network_by_segmentation_id(lookup_vlan_id, 1)
# verify all provider attributes
network = networks['networks'][0]
for attr in pnet.ATTRIBUTES:
self.assertEqual(expected_net[attr], network[attr])
def test_list_mpnetworks_with_segmentation_id(self):
self._create_and_verify_networks(self.nets)
# get all networks with seg_id=1 (including multisegment networks)
lookup_vlan_id = 1
networks = self._lookup_network_by_segmentation_id(lookup_vlan_id, 2)
# get the mpnet
networks = [n for n in networks['networks'] if mpnet.SEGMENTS in n]
network = networks.pop()
# verify attributes of the looked up item
segments = network[mpnet.SEGMENTS]
expected_segments = self.mp_nets[0][mpnet.SEGMENTS]
self.assertEqual(len(expected_segments), len(segments))
for expected, actual in zip(expected_segments, segments):
self.assertEqual(expected, actual)
def test_create_network_segment_allocation_fails(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
mock.patch.object(db_api._retry_db_errors, 'max_retries',
new=2).start()
with mock.patch.object(
plugin.type_manager, 'create_network_segments',
side_effect=db_exc.RetryRequest(ValueError())
) as f:
data = {'network': {'tenant_id': 'sometenant', 'name': 'dummy',
'admin_state_up': True, 'shared': False}}
req = self.new_create_request('networks', data)
res = req.get_response(self.api)
self.assertEqual(500, res.status_int)
# 1 + retry count
self.assertEqual(3, f.call_count)
class TestExternalNetwork(Ml2PluginV2TestCase):
def _create_external_network(self):
data = {'network': {'name': 'net1',
'router:external': 'True',
'tenant_id': 'tenant_one'}}
network_req = self.new_create_request('networks', data)
network = self.deserialize(self.fmt,
network_req.get_response(self.api))
return network
def test_external_network_type_none(self):
cfg.CONF.set_default('external_network_type',
None,
group='ml2')
network = self._create_external_network()
# For external network, expected network type to be
# tenant_network_types which is by default 'local'.
self.assertEqual(constants.TYPE_LOCAL,
network['network'][pnet.NETWORK_TYPE])
# No physical network specified, expected 'None'.
self.assertIsNone(network['network'][pnet.PHYSICAL_NETWORK])
# External network will not have a segmentation id.
self.assertIsNone(network['network'][pnet.SEGMENTATION_ID])
# External network will not have multiple segments.
self.assertNotIn(mpnet.SEGMENTS, network['network'])
def test_external_network_type_vlan(self):
cfg.CONF.set_default('external_network_type',
constants.TYPE_VLAN,
group='ml2')
network = self._create_external_network()
# For external network, expected network type to be 'vlan'.
self.assertEqual(constants.TYPE_VLAN,
network['network'][pnet.NETWORK_TYPE])
# Physical network is expected.
self.assertIsNotNone(network['network'][pnet.PHYSICAL_NETWORK])
# External network will have a segmentation id.
self.assertIsNotNone(network['network'][pnet.SEGMENTATION_ID])
# External network will not have multiple segments.
self.assertNotIn(mpnet.SEGMENTS, network['network'])
class TestMl2NetworksWithVlanTransparencyBase(TestMl2NetworksV2):
data = {'network': {'name': 'net1',
mpnet.SEGMENTS:
[{pnet.NETWORK_TYPE: 'vlan',
pnet.PHYSICAL_NETWORK: 'physnet1'}],
'tenant_id': 'tenant_one',
'vlan_transparent': 'True'}}
def setUp(self, plugin=None):
cfg.CONF.set_override('vlan_transparent', True)
super(TestMl2NetworksWithVlanTransparencyBase, self).setUp(plugin)
class TestMl2NetworksWithVlanTransparency(
TestMl2NetworksWithVlanTransparencyBase):
_mechanism_drivers = ['test']
def test_create_network_vlan_transparent_fail(self):
with mock.patch.object(mech_test.TestMechanismDriver,
'check_vlan_transparency',
return_value=False):
network_req = self.new_create_request('networks', self.data)
res = network_req.get_response(self.api)
self.assertEqual(500, res.status_int)
error_result = self.deserialize(self.fmt, res)['NeutronError']
self.assertEqual("VlanTransparencyDriverError",
error_result['type'])
def test_create_network_vlan_transparent(self):
with mock.patch.object(mech_test.TestMechanismDriver,
'check_vlan_transparency',
return_value=True):
network_req = self.new_create_request('networks', self.data)
res = network_req.get_response(self.api)
self.assertEqual(201, res.status_int)
network = self.deserialize(self.fmt, res)['network']
self.assertIn('vlan_transparent', network)
class TestMl2NetworksWithVlanTransparencyAndMTU(
TestMl2NetworksWithVlanTransparencyBase):
_mechanism_drivers = ['test']
def test_create_network_vlan_transparent_and_mtu(self):
with mock.patch.object(mech_test.TestMechanismDriver,
'check_vlan_transparency',
return_value=True):
cfg.CONF.set_override('path_mtu', 1000, group='ml2')
cfg.CONF.set_override('global_physnet_mtu', 1000)
network_req = self.new_create_request('networks', self.data)
res = network_req.get_response(self.api)
self.assertEqual(201, res.status_int)
network = self.deserialize(self.fmt, res)['network']
self.assertEqual(1000, network['mtu'])
self.assertIn('vlan_transparent', network)
self.assertTrue(network['vlan_transparent'])
self.assertTrue(network['vlan_transparent'])
class TestMl2NetworksWithAvailabilityZone(TestMl2NetworksV2):
def test_create_network_availability_zone(self):
az_hints = ['az1', 'az2']
data = {'network': {'name': 'net1',
az_def.AZ_HINTS: az_hints,
'tenant_id': 'tenant_one'}}
with mock.patch.object(agents_db.AgentAvailabilityZoneMixin,
'validate_availability_zones'):
network_req = self.new_create_request('networks', data)
res = network_req.get_response(self.api)
self.assertEqual(201, res.status_int)
network = self.deserialize(self.fmt, res)['network']
self.assertEqual(az_hints, network[az_def.AZ_HINTS])
class TestMl2SubnetsV2(test_plugin.TestSubnetsV2,
Ml2PluginV2TestCase):
def test_subnet_after_create_callback(self):
after_create = mock.Mock()
registry.subscribe(after_create, resources.SUBNET, events.AFTER_CREATE)
with self.subnet() as s:
after_create.assert_called_once_with(
resources.SUBNET, events.AFTER_CREATE, mock.ANY,
context=mock.ANY, subnet=mock.ANY)
kwargs = after_create.mock_calls[0][2]
self.assertEqual(s['subnet']['id'], kwargs['subnet']['id'])
def test_port_update_subnetnotfound(self):
with self.network() as n:
with self.subnet(network=n, cidr='1.1.1.0/24') as s1,\
self.subnet(network=n, cidr='1.1.2.0/24') as s2,\
self.subnet(network=n, cidr='1.1.3.0/24') as s3:
fixed_ips = [{'subnet_id': s1['subnet']['id']},
{'subnet_id': s2['subnet']['id']},
{'subnet_id': s3['subnet']['id']}]
with self.port(subnet=s1, fixed_ips=fixed_ips,
device_owner=constants.DEVICE_OWNER_DHCP) as p:
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
orig_update = plugin.update_port
def delete_before_update(ctx, *args, **kwargs):
# swap back out with original so only called once
plugin.update_port = orig_update
# delete s2 in the middle of s1 port_update
plugin.delete_subnet(ctx, s2['subnet']['id'])
return plugin.update_port(ctx, *args, **kwargs)
plugin.update_port = delete_before_update
req = self.new_delete_request('subnets',
s1['subnet']['id'])
res = req.get_response(self.api)
self.assertEqual(204, res.status_int)
# ensure port only has 1 IP on s3
port = self._show('ports', p['port']['id'])['port']
self.assertEqual(1, len(port['fixed_ips']))
self.assertEqual(s3['subnet']['id'],
port['fixed_ips'][0]['subnet_id'])
def test_subnet_after_update_callback(self):
after_update = mock.Mock()
registry.subscribe(after_update, resources.SUBNET, events.AFTER_UPDATE)
with self.subnet() as s:
data = {'subnet': {'name': 'updated'}}
req = self.new_update_request('subnets', data, s['subnet']['id'])
self.deserialize(self.fmt, req.get_response(self.api))
after_update.assert_called_once_with(
resources.SUBNET, events.AFTER_UPDATE, mock.ANY,
context=mock.ANY, subnet=mock.ANY,
original_subnet=mock.ANY)
kwargs = after_update.mock_calls[0][2]
self.assertEqual(s['subnet']['name'],
kwargs['original_subnet']['name'])
self.assertEqual('updated', kwargs['subnet']['name'])
def test_subnet_after_delete_callback(self):
after_delete = mock.Mock()
registry.subscribe(after_delete, resources.SUBNET, events.AFTER_DELETE)
with self.subnet() as s:
req = self.new_delete_request('subnets', s['subnet']['id'])
req.get_response(self.api)
after_delete.assert_called_once_with(
resources.SUBNET, events.AFTER_DELETE, mock.ANY,
context=mock.ANY, subnet=mock.ANY)
kwargs = after_delete.mock_calls[0][2]
self.assertEqual(s['subnet']['id'], kwargs['subnet']['id'])
def test_delete_subnet_race_with_dhcp_port_creation(self):
with self.network() as network:
with self.subnet(network=network) as subnet:
subnet_id = subnet['subnet']['id']
attempt = [0]
def create_dhcp_port(*args, **kwargs):
"""A method to emulate race condition.
Adds dhcp port in the middle of subnet delete
"""
if attempt[0] > 0:
return False
attempt[0] += 1
data = {'port': {'network_id': network['network']['id'],
'tenant_id':
network['network']['tenant_id'],
'name': 'port1',
'admin_state_up': 1,
'device_id': '',
'device_owner':
constants.DEVICE_OWNER_DHCP,
'fixed_ips': [{'subnet_id': subnet_id}]}}
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
plugin.create_port(context.get_admin_context(), data)
# we mock _subnet_check_ip_allocations with method
# that creates DHCP port 'in the middle' of subnet_delete
# causing retry this way subnet is deleted on the
# second attempt
registry.subscribe(create_dhcp_port, resources.SUBNET,
events.PRECOMMIT_DELETE)
req = self.new_delete_request('subnets', subnet_id)
res = req.get_response(self.api)
self.assertEqual(204, res.status_int)
self.assertEqual(1, attempt[0])
def test_create_subnet_check_mtu_in_mech_context(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
plugin.mechanism_manager.create_subnet_precommit = mock.Mock()
net_arg = {pnet.NETWORK_TYPE: 'vxlan',
pnet.SEGMENTATION_ID: '1'}
network = self._make_network(self.fmt, 'net1', True,
arg_list=(pnet.NETWORK_TYPE,
pnet.SEGMENTATION_ID,),
**net_arg)
with self.subnet(network=network):
mock_subnet_pre = plugin.mechanism_manager.create_subnet_precommit
observerd_mech_context = mock_subnet_pre.call_args_list[0][0][0]
self.assertEqual(network['network']['mtu'],
observerd_mech_context.network.current['mtu'])
class TestMl2DbOperationBounds(test_plugin.DbOperationBoundMixin,
Ml2PluginV2TestCase):
"""Test cases to assert constant query count for list operations.
These test cases assert that an increase in the number of objects
does not result in an increase of the number of db operations. All
database lookups during a list operation should be performed in bulk
so the number of queries required for 2 objects instead of 1 should
stay the same.
"""
def setUp(self):
super(TestMl2DbOperationBounds, self).setUp()
self.kwargs = self.get_api_kwargs()
def make_network(self):
return self._make_network(self.fmt, 'name', True, **self.kwargs)
def make_subnet(self):
net = self.make_network()
setattr(self, '_subnet_count', getattr(self, '_subnet_count', 0) + 1)
cidr = '1.%s.0.0/24' % self._subnet_count
return self._make_subnet(self.fmt, net, None, cidr, **self.kwargs)
def make_port(self):
net = self.make_network()
return self._make_port(self.fmt, net['network']['id'], **self.kwargs)
def test_network_list_queries_constant(self):
self._assert_object_list_queries_constant(self.make_network,
'networks')
def test_subnet_list_queries_constant(self):
self._assert_object_list_queries_constant(self.make_subnet, 'subnets')
def test_port_list_queries_constant(self):
self._assert_object_list_queries_constant(self.make_port, 'ports')
self._assert_object_list_queries_constant(self.make_port, 'ports',
filters=['device_id'])
self._assert_object_list_queries_constant(self.make_port, 'ports',
filters=['device_id',
'device_owner'])
self._assert_object_list_queries_constant(self.make_port, 'ports',
filters=['tenant_id',
'name',
'device_id'])
class TestMl2DbOperationBoundsTenant(TestMl2DbOperationBounds):
admin = False
class TestMl2DbOperationBoundsTenantRbac(TestMl2DbOperationBoundsTenant):
def make_port_in_shared_network(self):
context_ = self._get_context()
# create shared network owned by the tenant; we use direct driver call
# because default policy does not allow users to create shared networks
net = self.driver.create_network(
context.get_admin_context(),
{'network': {'name': 'net1',
'tenant_id': context_.project_id,
'admin_state_up': True,
'shared': True}})
# create port that belongs to another tenant
return self._make_port(
self.fmt, net['id'],
set_context=True, tenant_id='fake_tenant')
def test_port_list_in_shared_network_queries_constant(self):
self._assert_object_list_queries_constant(
self.make_port_in_shared_network, 'ports')
class TestMl2PortsV2(test_plugin.TestPortsV2, Ml2PluginV2TestCase):
def test__port_provisioned_with_blocks(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
ups = mock.patch.object(plugin, 'update_port_status').start()
with self.port() as port:
mock.patch('neutron.plugins.ml2.plugin.db.get_port').start()
provisioning_blocks.add_provisioning_component(
self.context, port['port']['id'], 'port', 'DHCP')
plugin._port_provisioned('port', 'evt', 'trigger',
self.context, port['port']['id'])
self.assertFalse(ups.called)
def test__port_provisioned_no_binding(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
with self.network() as net:
net_id = net['network']['id']
port_id = 'fake_id'
port_db = models_v2.Port(
id=port_id, tenant_id='tenant', network_id=net_id,
mac_address='08:00:01:02:03:04', admin_state_up=True,
status='ACTIVE', device_id='vm_id',
device_owner=DEVICE_OWNER_COMPUTE
)
with db_api.context_manager.writer.using(self.context):
self.context.session.add(port_db)
self.assertIsNone(plugin._port_provisioned('port', 'evt', 'trigger',
self.context, port_id))
def test_port_after_create_outside_transaction(self):
self.tx_open = True
receive = lambda *a, **k: setattr(self, 'tx_open',
k['context'].session.is_active)
registry.subscribe(receive, resources.PORT, events.AFTER_CREATE)
with self.port():
self.assertFalse(self.tx_open)
def test_port_after_update_outside_transaction(self):
self.tx_open = True
receive = lambda *a, **k: setattr(self, 'tx_open',
k['context'].session.is_active)
with self.port() as p:
registry.subscribe(receive, resources.PORT, events.AFTER_UPDATE)
self._update('ports', p['port']['id'],
{'port': {'name': 'update'}})
self.assertFalse(self.tx_open)
def test_port_after_delete_outside_transaction(self):
self.tx_open = True
receive = lambda *a, **k: setattr(self, 'tx_open',
k['context'].session.is_active)
with self.port() as p:
registry.subscribe(receive, resources.PORT, events.AFTER_DELETE)
self._delete('ports', p['port']['id'])
self.assertFalse(self.tx_open)
def test_bulk_ports_before_and_after_events_outside_of_txn(self):
with self.network() as n:
pass
# capture session states during each before and after event
before = []
after = []
b_func = lambda *a, **k: before.append(k['context'].session.is_active)
a_func = lambda *a, **k: after.append(k['context'].session.is_active)
registry.subscribe(b_func, resources.PORT, events.BEFORE_CREATE)
registry.subscribe(a_func, resources.PORT, events.AFTER_CREATE)
data = [{'tenant_id': self._tenant_id,
'network_id': n['network']['id']}] * 4
self._create_bulk_from_list(
self.fmt, 'port', data, context=context.get_admin_context())
# ensure events captured
self.assertTrue(before)
self.assertTrue(after)
# ensure session was closed for all
self.assertFalse(any(before))
self.assertFalse(any(after))
def test_create_router_port_and_fail_create_postcommit(self):
with mock.patch.object(managers.MechanismManager,
'create_port_postcommit',
side_effect=ml2_exc.MechanismDriverError(
method='create_port_postcommit')):
l3_plugin = directory.get_plugin(plugin_constants.L3)
data = {'router': {'name': 'router', 'admin_state_up': True,
'tenant_id': 'fake_tenant'}}
r = l3_plugin.create_router(self.context, data)
with self.subnet() as s:
data = {'subnet_id': s['subnet']['id']}
self.assertRaises(ml2_exc.MechanismDriverError,
l3_plugin.add_router_interface,
self.context, r['id'], data)
res_ports = self._list('ports')['ports']
self.assertEqual([], res_ports)
def test_create_router_port_and_fail_bind_port_if_needed(self):
with mock.patch.object(ml2_plugin.Ml2Plugin, '_bind_port_if_needed',
side_effect=ml2_exc.MechanismDriverError(
method='_bind_port_if_needed')):
l3_plugin = directory.get_plugin(plugin_constants.L3)
data = {'router': {'name': 'router', 'admin_state_up': True,
'tenant_id': 'fake_tenant'}}
r = l3_plugin.create_router(self.context, data)
with self.subnet() as s:
data = {'subnet_id': s['subnet']['id']}
self.assertRaises(ml2_exc.MechanismDriverError,
l3_plugin.add_router_interface,
self.context, r['id'], data)
res_ports = self._list('ports')['ports']
self.assertEqual([], res_ports)
def test_update_port_status_build(self):
with self.port() as port:
self.assertEqual('DOWN', port['port']['status'])
self.assertEqual('DOWN', self.port_create_status)
def test_notify_port_updated_for_status_change(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
with self.port() as port:
with mock.patch.object(self.plugin,
'_notify_port_updated') as notify_mock:
port['port']['status'] = constants.PORT_STATUS_ACTIVE
plugin.update_port(ctx, port['port']['id'], port)
self.assertTrue(notify_mock.called)
def test_update_port_status_short_id(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
with self.port() as port:
with mock.patch.object(ml2_db, 'get_binding_levels',
return_value=[]) as mock_gbl:
port_id = port['port']['id']
short_id = port_id[:11]
plugin.update_port_status(ctx, short_id, 'UP')
mock_gbl.assert_called_once_with(mock.ANY, port_id, mock.ANY)
def _add_fake_dhcp_agent(self):
agent = mock.Mock()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
self.get_dhcp_mock = mock.patch.object(
plugin, 'get_dhcp_agents_hosting_networks',
return_value=[agent]).start()
def test_dhcp_provisioning_blocks_inserted_on_create_with_agents(self):
self._add_fake_dhcp_agent()
with mock.patch.object(provisioning_blocks,
'add_provisioning_component') as ap:
with self.port():
self.assertTrue(ap.called)
def test_dhcp_provisioning_blocks_skipped_on_create_with_no_dhcp(self):
self._add_fake_dhcp_agent()
with self.subnet(enable_dhcp=False) as subnet:
with mock.patch.object(provisioning_blocks,
'add_provisioning_component') as ap:
with self.port(subnet=subnet):
self.assertFalse(ap.called)
def _test_dhcp_provisioning_blocks_inserted_on_update(self, update_dict,
expected_block):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
self._add_fake_dhcp_agent()
with self.port() as port:
with mock.patch.object(provisioning_blocks,
'add_provisioning_component') as ap:
port['port'].update(update_dict)
plugin.update_port(ctx, port['port']['id'], port)
self.assertEqual(expected_block, ap.called)
def test_dhcp_provisioning_blocks_not_inserted_on_no_addr_change(self):
update = {'binding:host_id': 'newhost'}
self._test_dhcp_provisioning_blocks_inserted_on_update(update, False)
def test_dhcp_provisioning_blocks_inserted_on_addr_change(self):
update = {'binding:host_id': 'newhost',
'mac_address': '11:22:33:44:55:66'}
self._test_dhcp_provisioning_blocks_inserted_on_update(update, True)
def test_dhcp_provisioning_blocks_removed_without_dhcp_agents(self):
with mock.patch.object(provisioning_blocks,
'remove_provisioning_component') as cp:
with self.port():
self.assertTrue(cp.called)
def test_create_update_get_port_same_fixed_ips_order(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
initial_fixed_ips = [{'ip_address': '10.0.0.5'},
{'ip_address': '10.0.0.7'},
{'ip_address': '10.0.0.6'}]
with self.port(fixed_ips=initial_fixed_ips) as port:
show = plugin.get_port(ctx, port['port']['id'])
self.assertEqual(port['port']['fixed_ips'], show['fixed_ips'])
new_fixed_ips = list(reversed(initial_fixed_ips))
port['port']['fixed_ips'] = new_fixed_ips
updated = plugin.update_port(ctx, port['port']['id'], port)
self.assertEqual(show['fixed_ips'], updated['fixed_ips'])
updated = plugin.get_port(ctx, port['port']['id'])
self.assertEqual(show['fixed_ips'], updated['fixed_ips'])
def test_update_port_fixed_ip_changed(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
fixed_ip_data = [{'ip_address': '10.0.0.4'}]
with self.port(fixed_ips=fixed_ip_data) as port,\
mock.patch.object(
plugin.notifier,
'security_groups_member_updated') as sg_member_update:
port['port']['fixed_ips'][0]['ip_address'] = '10.0.0.3'
plugin.update_port(ctx, port['port']['id'], port)
self.assertTrue(sg_member_update.called)
def test_update_port_status_with_network(self):
registry.clear() # don't care about callback behavior
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
with self.port() as port:
net = plugin.get_network(ctx, port['port']['network_id'])
with mock.patch.object(plugin, 'get_networks') as get_nets:
plugin.update_port_status(ctx, port['port']['id'], 'UP',
network=net)
self.assertFalse(get_nets.called)
def test_update_port_mac(self):
self.check_update_port_mac(
host_arg={portbindings.HOST_ID: HOST},
arg_list=(portbindings.HOST_ID,))
def test_update_non_existent_port(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
data = {'port': {'admin_state_up': False}}
self.assertRaises(exc.PortNotFound, plugin.update_port, ctx,
'invalid-uuid', data)
def test_delete_non_existent_port(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
with mock.patch.object(ml2_plugin.LOG, 'debug') as log_debug:
plugin.delete_port(ctx, 'invalid-uuid', l3_port_check=False)
log_debug.assert_has_calls([
mock.call(_("Deleting port %s"), 'invalid-uuid'),
mock.call(_("The port '%s' was deleted"), 'invalid-uuid')
])
def test_l3_cleanup_on_net_delete(self):
l3plugin = directory.get_plugin(plugin_constants.L3)
kwargs = {'arg_list': (extnet_apidef.EXTERNAL,),
extnet_apidef.EXTERNAL: True}
with self.network(**kwargs) as n:
with self.subnet(network=n, cidr='200.0.0.0/22'):
l3plugin.create_floatingip(
context.get_admin_context(),
{'floatingip': {'floating_network_id': n['network']['id'],
'tenant_id': n['network']['tenant_id'],
'dns_name': '', 'dns_domain': ''}}
)
self._delete('networks', n['network']['id'])
flips = l3plugin.get_floatingips(context.get_admin_context())
self.assertFalse(flips)
def test_create_ports_bulk_port_binding_failure(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self.network() as net:
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
with mock.patch.object(plugin, '_bind_port_if_needed',
side_effect=ml2_exc.MechanismDriverError(
method='create_port_bulk')) as _bind_port_if_needed:
res = self._create_port_bulk(self.fmt, 2, net['network']['id'],
'test', True, context=ctx)
self.assertTrue(_bind_port_if_needed.called)
# We expect a 500 as we injected a fault in the plugin
self._validate_behavior_on_bulk_failure(
res, 'ports', webob.exc.HTTPServerError.code)
def test_create_ports_bulk_with_sec_grp(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
with self.network() as net,\
mock.patch.object(plugin.notifier,
'security_groups_member_updated') as m_upd:
res = self._create_port_bulk(self.fmt, 3, net['network']['id'],
'test', True, context=ctx)
ports = self.deserialize(self.fmt, res)
used_sg = ports['ports'][0]['security_groups']
m_upd.assert_has_calls(
[mock.call(ctx, [sg]) for sg in used_sg], any_order=True)
def test_create_ports_bulk_with_sec_grp_member_provider_update(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
with self.network() as net,\
mock.patch.object(plugin.notifier,
'security_groups_member_updated') as m_upd:
net_id = net['network']['id']
data = [{
'network_id': net_id,
'tenant_id': self._tenant_id
},
{
'network_id': net_id,
'tenant_id': self._tenant_id,
'device_owner': constants.DEVICE_OWNER_DHCP
}
]
res = self._create_bulk_from_list(self.fmt, 'port',
data, context=ctx)
ports = self.deserialize(self.fmt, res)
used_sg = ports['ports'][0]['security_groups']
m_upd.assert_called_once_with(ctx, used_sg)
m_upd.reset_mock()
data[0]['device_owner'] = constants.DEVICE_OWNER_DHCP
self._create_bulk_from_list(self.fmt, 'port',
data, context=ctx)
self.assertFalse(m_upd.called)
def test_create_ports_bulk_with_sec_grp_provider_update_ipv6(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
fake_prefix = '2001:db8::/64'
fake_gateway = 'fe80::1'
with self.network() as net:
with self.subnet(net,
gateway_ip=fake_gateway,
cidr=fake_prefix,
ip_version=6) as snet_v6,\
mock.patch.object(
plugin.notifier,
'security_groups_member_updated') as m_upd:
net_id = net['network']['id']
data = [{
'network_id': net_id,
'tenant_id': self._tenant_id,
'fixed_ips': [{'subnet_id': snet_v6['subnet']['id']}],
'device_owner': constants.DEVICE_OWNER_ROUTER_INTF
}
]
self._create_bulk_from_list(self.fmt, 'port',
data, context=ctx)
self.assertFalse(m_upd.called)
def test_delete_port_no_notify_in_disassociate_floatingips(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
l3plugin = directory.get_plugin(plugin_constants.L3)
with self.port() as port,\
mock.patch.object(
l3plugin,
'disassociate_floatingips') as disassociate_floatingips,\
mock.patch.object(registry, 'notify') as notify:
port_id = port['port']['id']
plugin.delete_port(ctx, port_id)
# check that no notification was requested while under
# transaction
disassociate_floatingips.assert_has_calls([
mock.call(ctx, port_id, do_notify=False)
])
# check that notifier was still triggered
self.assertTrue(notify.call_counts)
def test_registry_notify_before_after_port_binding(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
b_update_events = []
a_update_events = []
b_receiver = lambda *a, **k: b_update_events.append(k)
a_receiver = lambda *a, **k: a_update_events.append(k['port'])
registry.subscribe(b_receiver, resources.PORT,
events.BEFORE_UPDATE)
registry.subscribe(a_receiver, resources.PORT,
events.AFTER_UPDATE)
with self.port() as p:
port = {'port': {'binding:host_id': 'newhost'}}
plugin.update_port(ctx, p['port']['id'], port)
# updating in the host should result in two AFTER_UPDATE events.
# one to change the host_id, the second to commit a binding
self.assertEqual(2, len(b_update_events))
self.assertEqual({'context': ctx,
'port': {'binding:host_id': 'newhost'},
'original_port': mock.ANY},
b_update_events[0])
self.assertIn('orig_binding', b_update_events[1])
self.assertIn('new_binding', b_update_events[1])
self.assertDictContainsSubset({'context': ctx}, b_update_events[1])
self.assertDictContainsSubset({
'admin_state_up': True,
'binding:host_id': 'newhost',
'binding:vif_type': 'unbound',
'binding:vnic_type': u'normal',
'status': 'DOWN'},
b_update_events[1]['port'])
self.assertEqual('newhost', a_update_events[0]['binding:host_id'])
self.assertEqual('unbound', a_update_events[0]['binding:vif_type'])
self.assertEqual('newhost', a_update_events[1]['binding:host_id'])
self.assertNotEqual('unbound', a_update_events[1]['binding:vif_type'])
def test_check_if_compute_port_serviced_by_dvr(self):
self.assertTrue(utils.is_dvr_serviced(DEVICE_OWNER_COMPUTE))
def test_check_if_lbaas_vip_port_serviced_by_dvr(self):
self.assertTrue(utils.is_dvr_serviced(
constants.DEVICE_OWNER_LOADBALANCER))
def test_check_if_lbaasv2_vip_port_serviced_by_dvr(self):
self.assertTrue(utils.is_dvr_serviced(
constants.DEVICE_OWNER_LOADBALANCERV2))
def test_check_if_dhcp_port_serviced_by_dvr(self):
self.assertTrue(utils.is_dvr_serviced(constants.DEVICE_OWNER_DHCP))
def test_check_if_port_not_serviced_by_dvr(self):
self.assertFalse(utils.is_dvr_serviced(
constants.DEVICE_OWNER_ROUTER_INTF))
def test_disassociate_floatingips_do_notify_returns_nothing(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
l3plugin = directory.get_plugin(plugin_constants.L3)
with self.port() as port:
port_id = port['port']['id']
# check that nothing is returned when notifications are handled
# by the called method
self.assertIsNone(l3plugin.disassociate_floatingips(ctx, port_id))
def test_create_port_tolerates_db_deadlock(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
with self.network() as net:
with self.subnet(network=net) as subnet:
_orig = plugin._get_port
self._failed = False
def fail_once(*args, **kwargs):
if not self._failed:
self._failed = True
raise db_exc.DBDeadlock()
return _orig(*args, **kwargs)
with mock.patch.object(plugin, '_get_port',
side_effect=fail_once) as get_port_mock:
port_kwargs = {portbindings.HOST_ID: 'host1',
'subnet': subnet,
'device_id': 'deadlocktest'}
with self.port(arg_list=(portbindings.HOST_ID,),
**port_kwargs) as port:
self.assertTrue(port['port']['id'])
self.assertTrue(get_port_mock.called)
# make sure that we didn't create more than one port on
# the retry
query_params = "network_id=%s" % net['network']['id']
query_params += "&device_id=%s" % 'deadlocktest'
ports = self._list('ports', query_params=query_params)
self.assertEqual(1, len(ports['ports']))
def test_delete_port_tolerates_db_deadlock(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
with self.port() as port:
port_db = plugin._get_port(ctx, port['port']['id'])
with mock.patch.object(plugin, '_get_port') as gp:
gp.side_effect = [db_exc.DBDeadlock] + [port_db] * 3
req = self.new_delete_request('ports', port['port']['id'])
res = req.get_response(self.api)
self.assertEqual(204, res.status_int)
self.assertGreater(gp.call_count, 1)
self.assertRaises(
exc.PortNotFound, plugin.get_port, ctx, port['port']['id'])
def test_port_create_resillient_to_duplicate_records(self):
def make_port():
with self.port():
pass
self._test_operation_resillient_to_ipallocation_failure(make_port)
def test_port_update_resillient_to_duplicate_records(self):
cidr = '10.0.0.0/24'
allocation_pools = [{'start': '10.0.0.2', 'end': '10.0.0.8'}]
with self.subnet(cidr=cidr,
allocation_pools=allocation_pools) as subnet:
with self.port(subnet=subnet) as p:
data = {'port': {'fixed_ips': [{'ip_address': '10.0.0.9'}]}}
req = self.new_update_request('ports', data, p['port']['id'])
def do_request():
self.assertEqual(200,
req.get_response(self.api).status_int)
self._test_operation_resillient_to_ipallocation_failure(
do_request)
def _test_operation_resillient_to_ipallocation_failure(self, func):
class IPAllocationsGrenade(object):
insert_ip_called = False
except_raised = False
def execute(self, con, curs, stmt, *args, **kwargs):
if 'INSERT INTO ipallocations' in stmt:
self.insert_ip_called = True
def commit(self, con):
# we blow up on commit to simulate another thread/server
# stealing our IP before our transaction was done
if self.insert_ip_called and not self.except_raised:
self.except_raised = True
raise db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry()
listener = IPAllocationsGrenade()
engine = db_api.context_manager.writer.get_engine()
db_api.sqla_listen(engine, 'before_cursor_execute', listener.execute)
db_api.sqla_listen(engine, 'commit', listener.commit)
func()
# make sure that the grenade went off during the commit
self.assertTrue(listener.except_raised)
def test_list_ports_filtered_by_fixed_ip_substring(self):
# for this test we need to enable overlapping ips
cfg.CONF.set_default('allow_overlapping_ips', True)
with self.port() as port1, self.port():
fixed_ips = port1['port']['fixed_ips'][0]
query_params = """
fixed_ips=ip_address_substr%%3D%s&fixed_ips=subnet_id%%3D%s
""".strip() % (fixed_ips['ip_address'][:-1],
fixed_ips['subnet_id'])
self._test_list_resources('port', [port1],
query_params=query_params)
query_params = """
fixed_ips=ip_address_substr%%3D%s&fixed_ips=subnet_id%%3D%s
""".strip() % (fixed_ips['ip_address'][1:],
fixed_ips['subnet_id'])
self._test_list_resources('port', [port1],
query_params=query_params)
query_params = """
fixed_ips=ip_address_substr%%3D%s&fixed_ips=subnet_id%%3D%s
""".strip() % ('192.168.',
fixed_ips['subnet_id'])
self._test_list_resources('port', [],
query_params=query_params)
def test_list_ports_filtered_by_fixed_ip_substring_dual_stack(self):
with self.subnet() as subnet:
# Get a IPv4 and IPv6 address
tenant_id = subnet['subnet']['tenant_id']
net_id = subnet['subnet']['network_id']
res = self._create_subnet(
self.fmt,
tenant_id=tenant_id,
net_id=net_id,
cidr='2607:f0d0:1002:51::/124',
ip_version=6,
gateway_ip=constants.ATTR_NOT_SPECIFIED)
subnet2 = self.deserialize(self.fmt, res)
kwargs = {"fixed_ips":
[{'subnet_id': subnet['subnet']['id']},
{'subnet_id': subnet2['subnet']['id']}]}
res = self._create_port(self.fmt, net_id=net_id, **kwargs)
port1 = self.deserialize(self.fmt, res)
res = self._create_port(self.fmt, net_id=net_id, **kwargs)
port2 = self.deserialize(self.fmt, res)
fixed_ips = port1['port']['fixed_ips']
self.assertEqual(2, len(fixed_ips))
query_params = """
fixed_ips=ip_address_substr%%3D%s&fixed_ips=ip_address%%3D%s
""".strip() % (fixed_ips[0]['ip_address'][:-1],
fixed_ips[1]['ip_address'])
self._test_list_resources('port', [port1],
query_params=query_params)
query_params = """
fixed_ips=ip_address_substr%%3D%s&fixed_ips=ip_address%%3D%s
""".strip() % ('192.168.',
fixed_ips[1]['ip_address'])
self._test_list_resources('port', [],
query_params=query_params)
self._delete('ports', port1['port']['id'])
self._delete('ports', port2['port']['id'])
def test_list_ports_filtered_by_security_groups(self):
# for this test we need to enable overlapping ips
cfg.CONF.set_default('allow_overlapping_ips', True)
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self.port() as port1, self.port() as port2:
query_params = "security_groups=%s" % (
port1['port']['security_groups'][0])
ports_data = self._list('ports', query_params=query_params)
self.assertEqual(set([port1['port']['id'], port2['port']['id']]),
set([port['id'] for port in ports_data['ports']]))
self.assertEqual(2, len(ports_data['ports']))
query_params = "security_groups=%s&id=%s" % (
port1['port']['security_groups'][0],
port1['port']['id'])
ports_data = self._list('ports', query_params=query_params)
self.assertEqual(port1['port']['id'], ports_data['ports'][0]['id'])
self.assertEqual(1, len(ports_data['ports']))
temp_sg = {'security_group': {'tenant_id': 'some_tenant',
'name': '', 'description': 's'}}
sg_dbMixin = sg_db.SecurityGroupDbMixin()
sg = sg_dbMixin.create_security_group(ctx, temp_sg)
sg_dbMixin._delete_port_security_group_bindings(
ctx, port2['port']['id'])
sg_dbMixin._create_port_security_group_binding(
ctx, port2['port']['id'], sg['id'])
port2['port']['security_groups'][0] = sg['id']
query_params = "security_groups=%s&id=%s" % (
port1['port']['security_groups'][0],
port1['port']['id'])
ports_data = self._list('ports', query_params=query_params)
self.assertEqual(port1['port']['id'], ports_data['ports'][0]['id'])
self.assertEqual(1, len(ports_data['ports']))
query_params = "security_groups=%s&id=%s" % (
(port2['port']['security_groups'][0],
port2['port']['id']))
ports_data = self._list('ports', query_params=query_params)
self.assertEqual(port2['port']['id'], ports_data['ports'][0]['id'])
self.assertEqual(1, len(ports_data['ports']))
class TestMl2PortsV2WithRevisionPlugin(Ml2PluginV2TestCase):
def setUp(self):
super(TestMl2PortsV2WithRevisionPlugin, self).setUp()
self.revision_plugin = revision_plugin.RevisionPlugin()
def test_update_port_status_bumps_revision(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
host_arg = {portbindings.HOST_ID: HOST}
with self.port(arg_list=(portbindings.HOST_ID,),
**host_arg) as port:
port = plugin.get_port(ctx, port['port']['id'])
updated_ports = []
receiver = lambda *a, **k: updated_ports.append(k['port'])
registry.subscribe(receiver, resources.PORT,
events.AFTER_UPDATE)
plugin.update_port_status(
ctx, port['id'],
constants.PORT_STATUS_ACTIVE, host=HOST)
self.assertGreater(updated_ports[0]['revision_number'],
port['revision_number'])
def test_bind_port_bumps_revision(self):
updated_ports = []
created_ports = []
ureceiver = lambda *a, **k: updated_ports.append(k['port'])
creceiver = lambda *a, **k: created_ports.append(k['port'])
registry.subscribe(ureceiver, resources.PORT,
events.AFTER_UPDATE)
registry.subscribe(creceiver, resources.PORT,
events.AFTER_CREATE)
host_arg = {portbindings.HOST_ID: HOST}
with self.port(arg_list=(portbindings.HOST_ID,),
**host_arg):
self.assertGreater(updated_ports[0]['revision_number'],
created_ports[0]['revision_number'])
def test_update_port_status_dvr_port_no_update_on_same_status(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
# enable subscription for events
p_update_receiver = mock.Mock()
registry.subscribe(p_update_receiver, resources.PORT,
events.AFTER_UPDATE)
host_arg = {portbindings.HOST_ID: HOST}
with self.port(device_owner=constants.DEVICE_OWNER_DVR_INTERFACE,
device_id=TEST_ROUTER_ID,
arg_list=(portbindings.HOST_ID,),
**host_arg) as port:
ml2_db.ensure_distributed_port_binding(ctx, port['port']['id'],
HOST)
p_update_receiver.reset_mock()
plugin.update_port_status(
ctx, port['port']['id'],
constants.PORT_STATUS_ACTIVE, host=HOST)
self.assertTrue(p_update_receiver.called)
after_1 = plugin.get_port(ctx, port['port']['id'])
p_update_receiver.reset_mock()
plugin.update_port_status(
ctx, port['port']['id'],
constants.PORT_STATUS_ACTIVE, host=HOST)
self.assertFalse(p_update_receiver.called)
after_2 = plugin.get_port(ctx, port['port']['id'])
self.assertEqual(after_1['revision_number'],
after_2['revision_number'])
class TestMl2PortsV2WithL3(test_plugin.TestPortsV2, Ml2PluginV2TestCase):
"""For testing methods that require the L3 service plugin."""
l3_plugin = 'neutron.services.l3_router.l3_router_plugin.L3RouterPlugin'
def get_additional_service_plugins(self):
return {'flavors': 'flavors'}
def test_update_port_status_notify_port_event_after_update(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
l3plugin = directory.get_plugin(plugin_constants.L3)
host_arg = {portbindings.HOST_ID: HOST}
with mock.patch.object(l3plugin.l3_rpc_notifier,
'routers_updated_on_host') as mock_updated:
with self.port(device_owner=constants.DEVICE_OWNER_ROUTER_HA_INTF,
device_id=TEST_ROUTER_ID,
arg_list=(portbindings.HOST_ID,),
**host_arg) as port:
plugin.update_port_status(
ctx, port['port']['id'],
constants.PORT_STATUS_ACTIVE, host=HOST)
mock_updated.assert_called_once_with(
mock.ANY, [TEST_ROUTER_ID], HOST)
class TestMl2PluginOnly(Ml2PluginV2TestCase):
"""For testing methods that don't call drivers"""
def test__verify_service_plugins_requirements(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
with mock.patch.dict(ml2_plugin.SERVICE_PLUGINS_REQUIRED_DRIVERS,
{self.l3_plugin: self._mechanism_drivers}),\
mock.patch.object(plugin.extension_manager,
'names',
return_value=self._mechanism_drivers):
plugin._verify_service_plugins_requirements()
def test__verify_service_plugins_requirements_missing_driver(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
with mock.patch.dict(ml2_plugin.SERVICE_PLUGINS_REQUIRED_DRIVERS,
{self.l3_plugin: ['test_required_driver']}),\
mock.patch.object(plugin.extension_manager,
'names',
return_value=self._mechanism_drivers):
self.assertRaises(
ml2_exc.ExtensionDriverNotFound,
plugin._verify_service_plugins_requirements
)
def _test_check_mac_update_allowed(self, vif_type, expect_change=True):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
port = {'mac_address': "fake_mac", 'id': "fake_id"}
if expect_change:
new_attrs = {"mac_address": "dummy_mac"}
else:
new_attrs = {"mac_address": port['mac_address']}
binding = mock.Mock()
binding.vif_type = vif_type
mac_changed = plugin._check_mac_update_allowed(port, new_attrs,
binding)
self.assertEqual(expect_change, mac_changed)
def test_check_mac_update_allowed_if_no_mac_change(self):
self._test_check_mac_update_allowed(portbindings.VIF_TYPE_UNBOUND,
expect_change=False)
def test_check_mac_update_allowed_unless_bound(self):
with testtools.ExpectedException(exc.PortBound):
self._test_check_mac_update_allowed(portbindings.VIF_TYPE_OVS)
def test__device_to_port_id_prefix_names(self):
input_output = [('sg-abcdefg', 'abcdefg'),
('tap123456', '123456'),
('qvo567890', '567890')]
for device, expected in input_output:
self.assertEqual(expected,
ml2_plugin.Ml2Plugin._device_to_port_id(
self.context, device))
def test__device_to_port_id_mac_address(self):
with self.port() as p:
mac = p['port']['mac_address']
port_id = p['port']['id']
self.assertEqual(port_id,
ml2_plugin.Ml2Plugin._device_to_port_id(
self.context, mac))
def test__device_to_port_id_not_uuid_not_mac(self):
dev = '1234567'
self.assertEqual(dev, ml2_plugin.Ml2Plugin._device_to_port_id(
self.context, dev))
def test__device_to_port_id_UUID(self):
port_id = uuidutils.generate_uuid()
self.assertEqual(port_id, ml2_plugin.Ml2Plugin._device_to_port_id(
self.context, port_id))
class Test_GetNetworkMtu(Ml2PluginV2TestCase):
def test_get_mtu_with_physical_net(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
mock_type_driver = mock.MagicMock()
plugin.type_manager.drivers['driver1'] = mock.Mock()
plugin.type_manager.drivers['driver1'].obj = mock_type_driver
net = {
'name': 'net1',
'network_type': 'driver1',
'physical_network': 'physnet1',
}
plugin._get_network_mtu(net)
mock_type_driver.get_mtu.assert_called_once_with('physnet1')
def _register_type_driver_with_mtu(self, driver, mtu):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
class FakeDriver(object):
def get_mtu(self, physical_network=None):
return mtu
def validate_provider_segment(self, segment):
pass
def is_partial_segment(self, segment):
return False
driver_mock = mock.Mock()
driver_mock.obj = FakeDriver()
plugin.type_manager.drivers[driver] = driver_mock
def test_single_segment(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
self._register_type_driver_with_mtu('driver1', 1400)
net = {
'name': 'net1',
mpnet.SEGMENTS: [
{
'network_type': 'driver1',
'physical_network': 'physnet1'
},
]
}
self.assertEqual(1400, plugin._get_network_mtu(net))
def test_multiple_segments_returns_minimal_mtu(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
self._register_type_driver_with_mtu('driver1', 1400)
self._register_type_driver_with_mtu('driver2', 1300)
net = {
'name': 'net1',
mpnet.SEGMENTS: [
{
'network_type': 'driver1',
'physical_network': 'physnet1'
},
{
'network_type': 'driver2',
'physical_network': 'physnet2'
},
]
}
self.assertEqual(1300, plugin._get_network_mtu(net))
def test_no_segments(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
self._register_type_driver_with_mtu('driver1', 1400)
net = {
'name': 'net1',
'network_type': 'driver1',
'physical_network': 'physnet1',
}
self.assertEqual(1400, plugin._get_network_mtu(net))
def test_get_mtu_None_returns_0(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
self._register_type_driver_with_mtu('driver1', None)
net = {
'name': 'net1',
'network_type': 'driver1',
'physical_network': 'physnet1',
}
self.assertEqual(1500, plugin._get_network_mtu(net))
def test_unknown_segment_type_ignored(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
self._register_type_driver_with_mtu('driver1', None)
self._register_type_driver_with_mtu('driver2', 1300)
net = {
'name': 'net1',
mpnet.SEGMENTS: [
{
'network_type': 'driver1',
'physical_network': 'physnet1'
},
{
'network_type': 'driver2',
'physical_network': 'physnet2'
},
]
}
self.assertEqual(1300, plugin._get_network_mtu(net))
class TestMl2DvrPortsV2(TestMl2PortsV2):
def setUp(self):
super(TestMl2DvrPortsV2, self).setUp()
extensions = ['router',
constants.L3_AGENT_SCHEDULER_EXT_ALIAS,
constants.L3_DISTRIBUTED_EXT_ALIAS]
self.plugin = directory.get_plugin()
self.l3plugin = mock.Mock()
type(self.l3plugin).supported_extension_aliases = (
mock.PropertyMock(return_value=extensions))
def test_delete_port_notifies_l3_plugin(self, floating_ip=False):
directory.add_plugin(plugin_constants.L3, self.l3plugin)
ns_to_delete = {'host': 'myhost', 'agent_id': 'vm_l3_agent',
'router_id': 'my_router'}
router_ids = set()
call_count_total = 3
if floating_ip:
router_ids.add(ns_to_delete['router_id'])
with self.port() as port,\
mock.patch.object(registry, 'notify') as notify,\
mock.patch.object(self.l3plugin,
'disassociate_floatingips',
return_value=router_ids):
port_id = port['port']['id']
self.plugin.delete_port(self.context, port_id)
self.assertEqual(call_count_total, notify.call_count)
# needed for a full match in the assertion below
port['port']['extra_dhcp_opts'] = []
expected = [mock.call(resources.PORT, events.BEFORE_DELETE,
mock.ANY, context=self.context,
port_id=port['port']['id'], port_check=True),
mock.call(resources.PORT, events.PRECOMMIT_DELETE,
mock.ANY, network=mock.ANY, bind=mock.ANY,
port=port['port'], port_db=mock.ANY,
context=self.context, levels=mock.ANY,
id=mock.ANY, bindings=mock.ANY),
mock.call(resources.PORT, events.AFTER_DELETE,
mock.ANY, context=self.context,
port=port['port'],
router_ids=router_ids)]
notify.assert_has_calls(expected)
def test_delete_port_with_floatingip_notifies_l3_plugin(self):
self.test_delete_port_notifies_l3_plugin(floating_ip=True)
def test_concurrent_csnat_port_delete(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin(plugin_constants.L3)
r = plugin.create_router(
self.context,
{'router': {'name': 'router', 'admin_state_up': True,
'tenant_id': 'fake_tenant'}})
with self.subnet() as s:
p = plugin.add_router_interface(self.context, r['id'],
{'subnet_id': s['subnet']['id']})
# lie to turn the port into an SNAT interface
with db_api.context_manager.reader.using(self.context):
pager = base_obj.Pager(limit=1)
rp = l3_obj.RouterPort.get_objects(
self.context, _pager=pager, port_id=p['port_id'])
rp[0].port_type = constants.DEVICE_OWNER_ROUTER_SNAT
rp[0].update()
# take the port away before csnat gets a chance to delete it
# to simulate a concurrent delete
orig_get_ports = plugin._core_plugin.get_ports
def get_ports_with_delete_first(*args, **kwargs):
plugin._core_plugin.delete_port(self.context,
p['port_id'],
l3_port_check=False)
return orig_get_ports(*args, **kwargs)
plugin._core_plugin.get_ports = get_ports_with_delete_first
# This should be able to handle a concurrent delete without raising
# an exception
router = plugin._get_router(self.context, r['id'])
plugin.delete_csnat_router_interface_ports(self.context, router)
class TestMl2PortBinding(Ml2PluginV2TestCase,
test_bindings.PortBindingsTestCase):
# Test case does not set binding:host_id, so ml2 does not attempt
# to bind port
VIF_TYPE = portbindings.VIF_TYPE_UNBOUND
HAS_PORT_FILTER = False
ENABLE_SG = True
FIREWALL_DRIVER = test_sg_rpc.FIREWALL_HYBRID_DRIVER
def setUp(self, firewall_driver=None):
test_sg_rpc.set_firewall_driver(self.FIREWALL_DRIVER)
cfg.CONF.set_override(
'enable_security_group', self.ENABLE_SG,
group='SECURITYGROUP')
super(TestMl2PortBinding, self).setUp()
def _check_port_binding_profile(self, port, profile=None):
self.assertIn('id', port)
self.assertIn(portbindings.PROFILE, port)
value = port[portbindings.PROFILE]
self.assertEqual(profile or {}, value)
def test_create_port_binding_profile(self):
self._test_create_port_binding_profile({'a': 1, 'b': 2})
def test_update_port_binding_profile(self):
self._test_update_port_binding_profile({'c': 3})
def test_create_port_binding_profile_too_big(self):
s = 'x' * 5000
profile_arg = {portbindings.PROFILE: {'d': s}}
try:
with self.port(expected_res_status=400,
arg_list=(portbindings.PROFILE,),
**profile_arg):
pass
except webob.exc.HTTPClientError:
pass
def test_remove_port_binding_profile(self):
profile = {'e': 5}
profile_arg = {portbindings.PROFILE: profile}
with self.port(arg_list=(portbindings.PROFILE,),
**profile_arg) as port:
self._check_port_binding_profile(port['port'], profile)
port_id = port['port']['id']
profile_arg = {portbindings.PROFILE: None}
port = self._update('ports', port_id,
{'port': profile_arg})['port']
self._check_port_binding_profile(port)
port = self._show('ports', port_id)['port']
self._check_port_binding_profile(port)
def test_return_on_concurrent_delete_and_binding(self):
# create a port and delete it so we have an expired mechanism context
with self.port() as port:
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
binding = plugin._get_port(self.context,
port['port']['id']).port_binding
binding['host'] = 'test'
mech_context = driver_context.PortContext(
plugin, self.context, port['port'],
plugin.get_network(self.context, port['port']['network_id']),
binding, None)
side = exc.PortNotFound(port_id=port['port']['id'])
with mock.patch.object(plugin, '_get_port',
side_effect=side) as gp_mock,\
mock.patch('neutron.plugins.ml2.plugin.Ml2Plugin.'
'_make_port_dict') as mpd_mock:
plugin._bind_port_if_needed(mech_context)
# called during deletion to get port
self.assertTrue(gp_mock.mock_calls)
# should have returned before calling _make_port_dict
self.assertFalse(mpd_mock.mock_calls)
def _create_port_and_bound_context(self, port_vif_type, bound_vif_type):
with self.port() as port:
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
binding = plugin._get_port(
self.context, port['port']['id']).port_binding
binding['host'] = 'fake_host'
binding['vif_type'] = port_vif_type
# Generates port context to be used before the bind.
port_context = driver_context.PortContext(
plugin, self.context, port['port'],
plugin.get_network(self.context, port['port']['network_id']),
binding, None)
bound_context = mock.MagicMock()
# Bound context is how port_context is expected to look
# after _bind_port.
bound_context.vif_type = bound_vif_type
return plugin, port_context, bound_context
def test__attempt_binding(self):
# Simulate a successful binding for vif_type unbound
# and keep the same binding state for other vif types.
vif_types = [(portbindings.VIF_TYPE_BINDING_FAILED,
portbindings.VIF_TYPE_BINDING_FAILED),
(portbindings.VIF_TYPE_UNBOUND,
portbindings.VIF_TYPE_OVS),
(portbindings.VIF_TYPE_OVS,
portbindings.VIF_TYPE_OVS)]
for port_vif_type, bound_vif_type in vif_types:
plugin, port_context, bound_context = (
self._create_port_and_bound_context(port_vif_type,
bound_vif_type))
with mock.patch('neutron.plugins.ml2.plugin.Ml2Plugin._bind_port',
return_value=bound_context) as bd_mock:
context, need_notify, try_again = (plugin._attempt_binding(
port_context, False))
expected_need_notify = port_vif_type not in (
portbindings.VIF_TYPE_BINDING_FAILED,
portbindings.VIF_TYPE_OVS)
if bound_vif_type == portbindings.VIF_TYPE_BINDING_FAILED:
expected_vif_type = port_vif_type
expected_try_again = True
expected_bd_mock_called = True
else:
expected_vif_type = portbindings.VIF_TYPE_OVS
expected_try_again = False
expected_bd_mock_called = (port_vif_type ==
portbindings.VIF_TYPE_UNBOUND)
self.assertEqual(expected_need_notify, need_notify)
self.assertEqual(expected_vif_type, context.vif_type)
self.assertEqual(expected_try_again, try_again)
self.assertEqual(expected_bd_mock_called, bd_mock.called)
def test__bind_port_if_needed_early_exit_on_no_segments(self):
with self.network() as n:
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
seg_plugin = segments_plugin.Plugin.get_instance()
seg = seg_plugin.get_segments(ctx)[0]
seg_plugin.delete_segment(ctx, seg['id'])
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
mech_context = driver_context.PortContext(
plugin, ctx, None,
plugin.get_network(self.context, n['network']['id']),
models.PortBinding(), None)
with mock.patch.object(plugin, '_attempt_binding') as ab:
plugin._bind_port_if_needed(mech_context)
self.assertFalse(ab.called)
def test__attempt_binding_retries(self):
# Simulate cases of both successful and failed binding states for
# vif_type unbound
vif_types = [(portbindings.VIF_TYPE_UNBOUND,
portbindings.VIF_TYPE_BINDING_FAILED),
(portbindings.VIF_TYPE_UNBOUND,
portbindings.VIF_TYPE_OVS)]
for port_vif_type, bound_vif_type in vif_types:
plugin, port_context, bound_context = (
self._create_port_and_bound_context(port_vif_type,
bound_vif_type))
with mock.patch(
'neutron.plugins.ml2.plugin.Ml2Plugin._bind_port',
return_value=bound_context),\
mock.patch('neutron.plugins.ml2.plugin.Ml2Plugin._commit_'
'port_binding',
return_value=(bound_context, True, False)),\
mock.patch('neutron.plugins.ml2.plugin.Ml2Plugin.'
'_attempt_binding',
side_effect=plugin._attempt_binding) as at_mock:
plugin._bind_port_if_needed(port_context)
if bound_vif_type == portbindings.VIF_TYPE_BINDING_FAILED:
# An unsuccessful binding attempt should be retried
# MAX_BIND_TRIES amount of times.
self.assertEqual(ml2_plugin.MAX_BIND_TRIES,
at_mock.call_count)
else:
# Successful binding should only be attempted once.
self.assertEqual(1, at_mock.call_count)
def test_port_binding_profile_not_changed(self):
profile = {'e': 5}
profile_arg = {portbindings.PROFILE: profile}
with self.port(arg_list=(portbindings.PROFILE,),
**profile_arg) as port:
self._check_port_binding_profile(port['port'], profile)
port_id = port['port']['id']
state_arg = {'admin_state_up': True}
port = self._update('ports', port_id,
{'port': state_arg})['port']
self._check_port_binding_profile(port, profile)
port = self._show('ports', port_id)['port']
self._check_port_binding_profile(port, profile)
def test_update_port_binding_host_id_none(self):
with self.port() as port:
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
binding = plugin._get_port(
self.context, port['port']['id']).port_binding
with self.context.session.begin(subtransactions=True):
binding.host = 'test'
mech_context = driver_context.PortContext(
plugin, self.context, port['port'],
plugin.get_network(self.context, port['port']['network_id']),
binding, None)
with mock.patch('neutron.plugins.ml2.plugin.Ml2Plugin.'
'_update_port_dict_binding') as update_mock:
attrs = {portbindings.HOST_ID: None}
self.assertEqual('test', binding.host)
with self.context.session.begin(subtransactions=True):
plugin._process_port_binding(mech_context, attrs)
self.assertTrue(update_mock.mock_calls)
self.assertEqual('', binding.host)
def test_update_port_binding_host_id_not_changed(self):
with self.port() as port:
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
binding = plugin._get_port(
self.context, port['port']['id']).port_binding
binding['host'] = 'test'
mech_context = driver_context.PortContext(
plugin, self.context, port['port'],
plugin.get_network(self.context, port['port']['network_id']),
binding, None)
with mock.patch('neutron.plugins.ml2.plugin.Ml2Plugin.'
'_update_port_dict_binding') as update_mock:
attrs = {portbindings.PROFILE: {'e': 5}}
plugin._process_port_binding(mech_context, attrs)
self.assertTrue(update_mock.mock_calls)
self.assertEqual('test', binding.host)
def test_process_distributed_port_binding_update_router_id(self):
host_id = 'host'
binding = models.DistributedPortBinding(
port_id='port_id',
host=host_id,
router_id='old_router_id',
vif_type=portbindings.VIF_TYPE_OVS,
vnic_type=portbindings.VNIC_NORMAL,
status=constants.PORT_STATUS_DOWN)
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
mock_network = {'id': 'net_id'}
mock_port = {'id': 'port_id'}
ctxt = context.get_admin_context()
new_router_id = 'new_router'
attrs = {'device_id': new_router_id, portbindings.HOST_ID: host_id}
with mock.patch.object(plugin, '_update_port_dict_binding'):
with mock.patch.object(segments_db, 'get_network_segments',
return_value=[]):
mech_context = driver_context.PortContext(
self, ctxt, mock_port, mock_network, binding, None)
plugin._process_distributed_port_binding(mech_context,
ctxt, attrs)
self.assertEqual(new_router_id,
mech_context._binding.router_id)
self.assertEqual(host_id, mech_context._binding.host)
def test_update_distributed_port_binding_on_concurrent_port_delete(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
with self.port() as port:
port = {
'id': port['port']['id'],
portbindings.HOST_ID: 'foo_host',
}
exc = db_exc.DBReferenceError('', '', '', '')
with mock.patch.object(ml2_db, 'ensure_distributed_port_binding',
side_effect=exc):
res = plugin.update_distributed_port_binding(
self.context, port['id'], {'port': port})
self.assertIsNone(res)
def test_update_distributed_port_binding_on_non_existent_port(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
port = {
'id': 'foo_port_id',
portbindings.HOST_ID: 'foo_host',
}
with mock.patch.object(
ml2_db, 'ensure_distributed_port_binding') as mock_dist:
plugin.update_distributed_port_binding(
self.context, 'foo_port_id', {'port': port})
self.assertFalse(mock_dist.called)
def test__bind_port_original_port_set(self):
plugin = directory.get_plugin()
plugin.mechanism_manager = mock.Mock()
mock_port = {'id': 'port_id'}
context = mock.Mock()
context.network.current = {'id': 'net_id'}
context.original = mock_port
with mock.patch.object(plugin, '_update_port_dict_binding'), \
mock.patch.object(segments_db, 'get_network_segments',
return_value=[]):
new_context = plugin._bind_port(context)
self.assertEqual(mock_port, new_context.original)
self.assertFalse(new_context == context)
class TestMl2PortBindingNoSG(TestMl2PortBinding):
HAS_PORT_FILTER = False
ENABLE_SG = False
FIREWALL_DRIVER = test_sg_rpc.FIREWALL_NOOP_DRIVER
class TestMl2PortBindingHost(Ml2PluginV2TestCase,
test_bindings.PortBindingsHostTestCaseMixin):
pass
class TestMl2PortBindingVnicType(Ml2PluginV2TestCase,
test_bindings.PortBindingsVnicTestCaseMixin):
pass
class TestMultiSegmentNetworks(Ml2PluginV2TestCase):
def setUp(self, plugin=None):
super(TestMultiSegmentNetworks, self).setUp()
def test_allocate_dynamic_segment(self):
data = {'network': {'name': 'net1',
'tenant_id': 'tenant_one'}}
network_req = self.new_create_request('networks', data)
network = self.deserialize(self.fmt,
network_req.get_response(self.api))
segment = {driver_api.NETWORK_TYPE: 'vlan',
driver_api.PHYSICAL_NETWORK: 'physnet1'}
network_id = network['network']['id']
self.driver.type_manager.allocate_dynamic_segment(
self.context, network_id, segment)
dynamic_segment = segments_db.get_dynamic_segment(
self.context, network_id, 'physnet1')
self.assertEqual('vlan', dynamic_segment[driver_api.NETWORK_TYPE])
self.assertEqual('physnet1',
dynamic_segment[driver_api.PHYSICAL_NETWORK])
self.assertGreater(dynamic_segment[driver_api.SEGMENTATION_ID], 0)
segment2 = {driver_api.NETWORK_TYPE: 'vlan',
driver_api.SEGMENTATION_ID: 1234,
driver_api.PHYSICAL_NETWORK: 'physnet3'}
self.driver.type_manager.allocate_dynamic_segment(
self.context, network_id, segment2)
dynamic_segment = segments_db.get_dynamic_segment(
self.context, network_id, segmentation_id='1234')
self.assertEqual('vlan', dynamic_segment[driver_api.NETWORK_TYPE])
self.assertEqual('physnet3',
dynamic_segment[driver_api.PHYSICAL_NETWORK])
self.assertEqual(dynamic_segment[driver_api.SEGMENTATION_ID], 1234)
def test_allocate_dynamic_segment_multiple_physnets(self):
data = {'network': {'name': 'net1',
'tenant_id': 'tenant_one'}}
network_req = self.new_create_request('networks', data)
network = self.deserialize(self.fmt,
network_req.get_response(self.api))
segment = {driver_api.NETWORK_TYPE: 'vlan',
driver_api.PHYSICAL_NETWORK: 'physnet1'}
network_id = network['network']['id']
self.driver.type_manager.allocate_dynamic_segment(
self.context, network_id, segment)
dynamic_segment = segments_db.get_dynamic_segment(
self.context, network_id, 'physnet1')
self.assertEqual('vlan', dynamic_segment[driver_api.NETWORK_TYPE])
self.assertEqual('physnet1',
dynamic_segment[driver_api.PHYSICAL_NETWORK])
dynamic_segmentation_id = dynamic_segment[driver_api.SEGMENTATION_ID]
self.assertGreater(dynamic_segmentation_id, 0)
dynamic_segment1 = segments_db.get_dynamic_segment(
self.context, network_id, 'physnet1')
dynamic_segment1_id = dynamic_segment1[driver_api.SEGMENTATION_ID]
self.assertEqual(dynamic_segmentation_id, dynamic_segment1_id)
segment2 = {driver_api.NETWORK_TYPE: 'vlan',
driver_api.PHYSICAL_NETWORK: 'physnet2'}
self.driver.type_manager.allocate_dynamic_segment(
self.context, network_id, segment2)
dynamic_segment2 = segments_db.get_dynamic_segment(
self.context, network_id, 'physnet2')
dynamic_segmentation2_id = dynamic_segment2[driver_api.SEGMENTATION_ID]
self.assertNotEqual(dynamic_segmentation_id, dynamic_segmentation2_id)
def test_allocate_release_dynamic_segment(self):
data = {'network': {'name': 'net1',
'tenant_id': 'tenant_one'}}
network_req = self.new_create_request('networks', data)
network = self.deserialize(self.fmt,
network_req.get_response(self.api))
segment = {driver_api.NETWORK_TYPE: 'vlan',
driver_api.PHYSICAL_NETWORK: 'physnet1'}
network_id = network['network']['id']
self.driver.type_manager.allocate_dynamic_segment(