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from neutron_lib.db import api as db_api
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_log import log
import six
from neutron._i18n import _
from neutron.quota import resource
LOG = log.getLogger(__name__)
# Wrappers for easing access to the ResourceRegistry singleton
def register_resource(resource):
def register_resource_by_name(resource_name, plural_name=None):
resource_name, plural_name)
def get_all_resources():
return ResourceRegistry.get_instance().resources
def unregister_all_resources():
if not ResourceRegistry._instance:
return ResourceRegistry.get_instance().unregister_resources()
def get_resource(resource_name):
return ResourceRegistry.get_instance().get_resource(resource_name)
def is_tracked(resource_name):
return ResourceRegistry.get_instance().is_tracked(resource_name)
# auxiliary functions and decorators
def set_resources_dirty(context):
"""Sets the dirty bit for resources with usage changes.
This routine scans all registered resources, and, for those whose
dirty status is True, sets the dirty bit to True in the database
for the appropriate tenants.
:param context: a Neutron request context with a DB session
if not cfg.CONF.QUOTAS.track_quota_usage:
for res in get_all_resources().values():
with db_api.CONTEXT_WRITER.using(context):
if is_tracked( and res.dirty:
def resync_resource(context, resource_name, tenant_id):
if not cfg.CONF.QUOTAS.track_quota_usage:
if is_tracked(resource_name):
res = get_resource(resource_name)
# If the resource is tracked count supports the resync_usage parameter
res.resync(context, tenant_id)
def mark_resources_dirty(f):
"""Decorator for functions which alter resource usage.
This decorator ensures set_resource_dirty is invoked after completion
of the decorated function.
def wrapper(_self, context, *args, **kwargs):
ret_val = f(_self, context, *args, **kwargs)
return ret_val
return wrapper
class tracked_resources(object):
"""Decorator for specifying resources for which usage should be tracked.
A plugin class can use this decorator to specify for which resources
usage info should be tracked into an appropriate table rather than being
explicitly counted.
def __init__(self, override=False, **kwargs):
self._tracked_resources = kwargs
self._override = override
def __call__(self, f):
def wrapper(*args, **kwargs):
registry = ResourceRegistry.get_instance()
for resource_name in self._tracked_resources:
return f(*args, **kwargs)
return wrapper
class ResourceRegistry(object):
"""Registry for resource subject to quota limits.
This class keeps track of Neutron resources for which quota limits are
enforced, regardless of whether their usage is being tracked or counted.
For tracked-usage resources, that is to say those resources for which
there are usage counters which are kept in sync with the actual number
of rows in the database, this class allows the plugin to register their
names either explicitly or through the @tracked_resources decorator,
which should preferably be applied to the __init__ method of the class.
_instance = None
def get_instance(cls):
if cls._instance is None:
cls._instance = cls()
return cls._instance
def __init__(self):
self._resources = {}
# Map usage tracked resources to the correspondent db model class
self._tracked_resource_mappings = {}
def __contains__(self, resource):
return resource in self._resources
def _create_resource_instance(self, resource_name, plural_name):
"""Factory function for quota Resource.
This routine returns a resource instance of the appropriate type
according to system configuration.
If QUOTAS.track_quota_usage is True, and there is a model mapping for
the current resource, this function will return an instance of
AccountedResource; otherwise an instance of CountableResource.
if (not cfg.CONF.QUOTAS.track_quota_usage or
resource_name not in self._tracked_resource_mappings):"Creating instance of CountableResource for "
"resource:%s", resource_name)
return resource.CountableResource(
resource_name, resource._count_resource,
'quota_%s' % resource_name)
else:"Creating instance of TrackedResource for "
"resource:%s", resource_name)
return resource.TrackedResource(
'quota_%s' % resource_name)
def set_tracked_resource(self, resource_name, model_class, override=False):
# Do not do anything if tracking is disabled by config
if not cfg.CONF.QUOTAS.track_quota_usage:
if isinstance(self._resources.get(resource_name),
raise RuntimeError(_("Resource %s is already registered as a "
"countable resource.") % resource_name)
current_model_class = self._tracked_resource_mappings.setdefault(
resource_name, model_class)
# Check whether setdefault also set the entry in the dict
if current_model_class != model_class:
LOG.debug("A model class is already defined for %(resource)s: "
"%(current_model_class)s. Override:%(override)s",
{'resource': resource_name,
'current_model_class': current_model_class,
'override': override})
if override:
self._tracked_resource_mappings[resource_name] = model_class
LOG.debug("Tracking information for resource: %s configured",
def is_tracked(self, resource_name):
"""Find out if a resource if tracked or not.
:param resource_name: name of the resource.
:returns: True if resource_name is registered and tracked, otherwise
False. Please note that here when False it returned it
simply means that resource_name is not a TrackedResource
instance, it does not necessarily mean that the resource
is not registered.
return resource_name in self._tracked_resource_mappings
def register_resource(self, resource):
if in self._resources:
LOG.warning('%s is already registered',
if in self._tracked_resource_mappings:
self._resources[] = resource
def register_resources(self, resources):
for res in resources:
def register_resource_by_name(self, resource_name,
"""Register a resource by name."""
resource = self._create_resource_instance(
resource_name, plural_name)
def unregister_resources(self):
"""Unregister all resources."""
for (res_name, res) in self._resources.items():
if res_name in self._tracked_resource_mappings:
def get_resource(self, resource_name):
"""Return a resource given its name.
:returns: The resource instance or None if the resource is not found
return self._resources.get(resource_name)
def resources(self):
return self._resources