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# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
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from unittest import mock
import netaddr
from neutron_lib import constants
from neutron_lib.tests import tools
from oslo_utils import uuidutils
import testscenarios
from neutron.objects import base as obj_base
from neutron.objects import network
from neutron.objects import ports
from neutron.objects.qos import binding
from neutron.objects.qos import policy
from neutron.tests.unit.objects import test_base as obj_test_base
from neutron.tests.unit import testlib_api
class SecurityGroupPortBindingIfaceObjTestCase(
obj_test_base.BaseObjectIfaceTestCase):
_test_class = ports.SecurityGroupPortBinding
class SecurityGroupPortBindingDbObjectTestCase(
obj_test_base.BaseDbObjectTestCase):
_test_class = ports.SecurityGroupPortBinding
class BasePortBindingDbObjectTestCase(obj_test_base._BaseObjectTestCase,
testlib_api.SqlTestCase):
def setUp(self):
super(BasePortBindingDbObjectTestCase, self).setUp()
self.update_obj_fields(
{'port_id': lambda: self._create_test_port_id()})
class PortBindingIfaceObjTestCase(obj_test_base.BaseObjectIfaceTestCase):
_test_class = ports.PortBinding
class PortBindingDbObjectTestCase(obj_test_base.BaseDbObjectTestCase,
BasePortBindingDbObjectTestCase):
_test_class = ports.PortBinding
class DistributedPortBindingIfaceObjTestCase(
obj_test_base.BaseObjectIfaceTestCase):
_test_class = ports.DistributedPortBinding
class DistributedPortBindingDbObjectTestCase(
obj_test_base.BaseDbObjectTestCase,
BasePortBindingDbObjectTestCase):
_test_class = ports.DistributedPortBinding
# TODO(ihrachys): this test case copies some functions from the base module.
# This is because we currently cannot inherit from the base class that contains
# those functions, because that same class provides test cases that we don't
# want to execute. Ideally, we would need to copy paste, but that would require
# some significant refactoring in the base test classes. Leaving it for a
# follow up.
class PortBindingVifDetailsTestCase(testscenarios.WithScenarios,
obj_test_base._BaseObjectTestCase,
testlib_api.SqlTestCase):
scenarios = [
(cls.__name__, {'_test_class': cls})
for cls in (ports.PortBinding, ports.DistributedPortBinding)
]
def setUp(self):
super(PortBindingVifDetailsTestCase, self).setUp()
self._create_test_network()
getter = lambda: self._create_port(network_id=self._network['id']).id
self.update_obj_fields({'port_id': getter})
def _create_port(self, **port_attrs):
attrs = {'project_id': uuidutils.generate_uuid(),
'admin_state_up': True,
'status': 'ACTIVE',
'device_id': 'fake_device',
'device_owner': 'fake_owner',
'mac_address': tools.get_random_EUI()}
attrs.update(port_attrs)
port = ports.Port(self.context, **attrs)
port.create()
return port
def _create_test_network(self):
self._network = network.Network(self.context,
name='test-network1')
self._network.create()
def _make_object(self, fields):
fields = obj_test_base.get_non_synthetic_fields(
self._test_class, fields
)
return self._test_class(
self.context,
**obj_test_base.remove_timestamps_from_fields(
fields, self._test_class.fields))
def test_vif_details(self):
vif_details = {'item1': 'val1', 'item2': 'val2'}
obj = self._make_object(self.obj_fields[0])
obj.vif_details = vif_details
obj.create()
obj = self._test_class.get_object(
self.context, **obj._get_composite_keys())
self.assertEqual(vif_details, obj.vif_details)
vif_details['item1'] = 1.23
del vif_details['item2']
vif_details['item3'] = True
obj.vif_details = vif_details
obj.update()
obj = self._test_class.get_object(
self.context, **obj._get_composite_keys())
self.assertEqual(vif_details, obj.vif_details)
obj.vif_details = None
obj.update()
# here the obj is reloaded from DB,
# so we test if vif_details is still none
self.assertIsNone(obj.vif_details)
obj = self._test_class.get_object(
self.context, **obj._get_composite_keys())
self.assertIsNone(obj.vif_details)
def test_null_vif_details_in_db(self):
# the null case for vif_details in our db model is an
# empty string. add that here to simulate it correctly
# in the tests
kwargs = self.get_random_db_fields()
kwargs['vif_details'] = ''
db_obj = self._test_class.db_model(**kwargs)
obj_fields = self._test_class.modify_fields_from_db(db_obj)
obj = self._test_class(self.context, **obj_fields)
self.assertIsNone(obj.vif_details)
class IPAllocationIfaceObjTestCase(obj_test_base.BaseObjectIfaceTestCase):
_test_class = ports.IPAllocation
class IPAllocationDbObjectTestCase(obj_test_base.BaseDbObjectTestCase,
testlib_api.SqlTestCase):
_test_class = ports.IPAllocation
def setUp(self):
super(IPAllocationDbObjectTestCase, self).setUp()
network_id = self._create_test_network_id()
port_id = self._create_test_port_id(network_id=network_id)
self.update_obj_fields(
{'port_id': port_id, 'network_id': network_id,
'subnet_id': lambda: self._create_test_subnet_id(network_id)})
class PortDNSIfaceObjTestCase(obj_test_base.BaseObjectIfaceTestCase):
_test_class = ports.PortDNS
class PortDNSDbObjectTestCase(obj_test_base.BaseDbObjectTestCase,
testlib_api.SqlTestCase):
_test_class = ports.PortDNS
def setUp(self):
super(PortDNSDbObjectTestCase, self).setUp()
self.update_obj_fields(
{'port_id': lambda: self._create_test_port_id()})
class PortBindingLevelIfaceObjTestCase(
obj_test_base.BaseObjectIfaceTestCase):
_test_class = ports.PortBindingLevel
def setUp(self):
super(PortBindingLevelIfaceObjTestCase, self).setUp()
self.pager_map[self._test_class.obj_name()] = (
obj_base.Pager(sorts=[('port_id', True), ('level', True)]))
class PortBindingLevelDbObjectTestCase(
obj_test_base.BaseDbObjectTestCase, testlib_api.SqlTestCase):
_test_class = ports.PortBindingLevel
def setUp(self):
super(PortBindingLevelDbObjectTestCase, self).setUp()
self.update_obj_fields(
{'port_id': lambda: self._create_test_port_id(),
'segment_id': lambda: self._create_test_segment_id()})
class PortIfaceObjTestCase(obj_test_base.BaseObjectIfaceTestCase):
_test_class = ports.Port
def setUp(self):
super(PortIfaceObjTestCase, self).setUp()
self.pager_map[ports.PortBindingLevel.obj_name()] = (
obj_base.Pager(sorts=[('port_id', True), ('level', True)]))
class PortDbObjectTestCase(obj_test_base.BaseDbObjectTestCase,
testlib_api.SqlTestCase):
_test_class = ports.Port
def setUp(self):
super(PortDbObjectTestCase, self).setUp()
network_id = self._create_test_network_id()
segment_id = self._create_test_segment_id(network_id)
subnet_id = self._create_test_subnet_id(network_id)
self.update_obj_fields(
{'network_id': network_id,
'fixed_ips': {'subnet_id': subnet_id,
'network_id': network_id},
'device_owner': 'not_a_router',
'binding_levels': {'segment_id': segment_id}})
def test_security_group_ids(self):
groups = []
objs = []
for i in range(2):
groups.append(self._create_test_security_group_id())
objs.append(self._make_object(self.obj_fields[i]))
objs[i].security_group_ids = {groups[i]}
objs[i].create()
self.assertEqual([objs[0]],
ports.Port.get_objects(
self.context, security_group_ids=(groups[0], )))
self.assertEqual([objs[1]],
ports.Port.get_objects(
self.context, security_group_ids=(groups[1], )))
sg3_id = self._create_test_security_group_id()
objs[0].security_group_ids = {sg3_id}
objs[0].update()
objs[0] = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=objs[0].id)
self.assertEqual({sg3_id}, objs[0].security_group_ids)
objs[0].security_group_ids = set()
objs[0].update()
objs[0] = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=objs[0].id)
self.assertFalse(objs[0].security_group_ids)
def test_security_group_ids_and_port_id(self):
objs = []
group = self._create_test_security_group_id()
for i in range(2):
objs.append(self._make_object(self.obj_fields[i]))
objs[i].security_group_ids = {group}
objs[i].create()
for i in range(2):
self.assertEqual(
[objs[i]],
ports.Port.get_objects(
self.context, id=(objs[i].id, ),
security_group_ids=(group, )))
def test__attach_security_group(self):
obj = self._make_object(self.obj_fields[0])
obj.create()
sg_id = self._create_test_security_group_id()
obj._attach_security_group(sg_id)
obj = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=obj.id)
self.assertIn(sg_id, obj.security_group_ids)
sg2_id = self._create_test_security_group_id()
obj._attach_security_group(sg2_id)
obj = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=obj.id)
self.assertIn(sg2_id, obj.security_group_ids)
@mock.patch.object(policy.QosPolicy, 'unset_default')
def test_qos_policy_id(self, *mocks):
policy_obj = policy.QosPolicy(self.context)
policy_obj.create()
obj = self._make_object(self.obj_fields[0])
obj.qos_policy_id = policy_obj.id
obj.create()
obj = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=obj.id)
self.assertEqual(policy_obj.id, obj.qos_policy_id)
policy_obj2 = policy.QosPolicy(self.context)
policy_obj2.create()
obj.qos_policy_id = policy_obj2.id
obj.update()
obj = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=obj.id)
self.assertEqual(policy_obj2.id, obj.qos_policy_id)
obj.qos_policy_id = None
obj.update()
obj = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=obj.id)
self.assertIsNone(obj.qos_policy_id)
@mock.patch.object(policy.QosPolicy, 'unset_default')
def test__attach_qos_policy(self, *mocks):
obj = self._make_object(self.obj_fields[0])
obj.create()
policy_obj = policy.QosPolicy(self.context)
policy_obj.create()
obj._attach_qos_policy(policy_obj.id)
obj = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=obj.id)
self.assertEqual(policy_obj.id, obj.qos_policy_id)
qos_binding_obj = binding.QosPolicyPortBinding.get_object(
self.context, port_id=obj.id)
self.assertEqual(qos_binding_obj.policy_id, obj.qos_policy_id)
old_policy_id = policy_obj.id
policy_obj2 = policy.QosPolicy(self.context)
policy_obj2.create()
obj._attach_qos_policy(policy_obj2.id)
obj = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=obj.id)
self.assertEqual(policy_obj2.id, obj.qos_policy_id)
qos_binding_obj2 = binding.QosPolicyPortBinding.get_object(
self.context, port_id=obj.id)
self.assertEqual(qos_binding_obj2.policy_id, obj.qos_policy_id)
qos_binding_obj = binding.QosPolicyPortBinding.get_objects(
self.context, policy_id=old_policy_id)
self.assertEqual(0, len(qos_binding_obj))
@mock.patch.object(policy.QosPolicy, 'unset_default')
def test_qos_network_policy_id(self, *mocks):
policy_obj = policy.QosPolicy(self.context)
policy_obj.create()
obj = self._make_object(self.obj_fields[0])
obj.create()
obj = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=obj.id)
self.assertIsNone(obj.qos_network_policy_id)
self.assertIsNone(obj.qos_policy_id)
network = self._create_test_network(qos_policy_id=policy_obj.id)
self.update_obj_fields({'network_id': network.id})
obj = self._make_object(self.obj_fields[1])
obj.create()
obj = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=obj.id)
self.assertEqual(policy_obj.id, obj.qos_network_policy_id)
self.assertIsNone(obj.qos_policy_id)
def test_get_objects_queries_constant(self):
self.skipTest(
'Port object loads segment info without relationships')
def test_v1_2_to_v1_1_drops_segment_id_in_binding_levels(self):
port_new = self._create_test_port()
segment = network.NetworkSegment(
self.context,
# TODO(ihrachys) we should be able to create a segment object
# without explicitly specifying id, but it's currently not working
id=uuidutils.generate_uuid(),
network_id=port_new.network_id,
network_type='vxlan')
segment.create()
# TODO(ihrachys) we should be able to create / update level objects via
# Port object, but it's currently not working
binding = ports.PortBindingLevel(
self.context, port_id=port_new.id,
host='host1', level=0, segment_id=segment.id)
binding.create()
port_new = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=port_new.id)
port_v1_1 = port_new.obj_to_primitive(target_version='1.1')
lvl = port_v1_1['versioned_object.data']['binding_levels'][0]
self.assertNotIn('segment_id', lvl['versioned_object.data'])
# check that we also downgraded level object version
self.assertEqual('1.0', lvl['versioned_object.version'])
# finally, prove that binding primitive is now identical to direct
# downgrade of the binding object
binding_v1_0 = binding.obj_to_primitive(target_version='1.0')
self.assertEqual(binding_v1_0, lvl)
def test_v1_3_to_v1_2_unlists_distributed_bindings(self):
port_new = self._create_test_port()
# empty list transforms into None
port_v1_2 = port_new.obj_to_primitive(target_version='1.2')
port_data = port_v1_2['versioned_object.data']
self.assertIsNone(port_data['distributed_binding'])
# now insert a distributed binding
binding = ports.DistributedPortBinding(
self.context,
host='host1', port_id=port_new.id, status='ACTIVE',
vnic_type='vnic_type1', vif_type='vif_type1')
binding.create()
# refetch port object to include binding
port_new = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=port_new.id)
# new primitive should contain the binding data
port_v1_2 = port_new.obj_to_primitive(target_version='1.2')
port_data = port_v1_2['versioned_object.data']
binding_data = (
port_data['distributed_binding']['versioned_object.data'])
self.assertEqual(binding.host, binding_data['host'])
def test_v1_4_to_v1_3_converts_binding_to_portbinding_object(self):
port_v1_4 = self._create_test_port()
port_v1_3 = port_v1_4.obj_to_primitive(target_version='1.3')
# Port has no bindings, so binding attribute should be None
self.assertIsNone(port_v1_3['versioned_object.data']['binding'])
active_binding = ports.PortBinding(self.context, port_id=port_v1_4.id,
host='host1', vif_type='type')
inactive_binding = ports.PortBinding(
self.context, port_id=port_v1_4.id, host='host2', vif_type='type',
status=constants.INACTIVE)
active_binding.create()
inactive_binding.create()
port_v1_4 = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=port_v1_4.id)
port_v1_3 = port_v1_4.obj_to_primitive(target_version='1.3')
binding = port_v1_3['versioned_object.data']['binding']
# Port has active binding, so the binding attribute should point to it
self.assertEqual('host1', binding['versioned_object.data']['host'])
active_binding.delete()
port_v1_4 = ports.Port.get_object(self.context, id=port_v1_4.id)
port_v1_3 = port_v1_4.obj_to_primitive(target_version='1.3')
# Port has no active bindings, so binding attribute should be None
self.assertIsNone(port_v1_3['versioned_object.data']['binding'])
# bindings attribute in V1.4 port should have one inactive binding
primitive = port_v1_4.obj_to_primitive()
self.assertEqual(1,
len(primitive['versioned_object.data']['bindings']))
binding = primitive['versioned_object.data']['bindings'][0]
self.assertEqual(constants.INACTIVE,
binding['versioned_object.data']['status'])
# Port with no binding attribute should be handled without raising
# exception
primitive['versioned_object.data'].pop('bindings')
port_v1_4_no_binding = port_v1_4.obj_from_primitive(primitive)
port_v1_4_no_binding.obj_to_primitive(target_version='1.3')
def test_v1_5_to_v1_4_drops_qos_network_policy_id(self):
port_new = self._create_test_port()
port_v1_4 = port_new.obj_to_primitive(target_version='1.4')
self.assertNotIn('qos_network_policy_id',
port_v1_4['versioned_object.data'])
def test_get_ports_ids_by_security_groups_except_router(self):
sg_id = self._create_test_security_group_id()
filter_owner = constants.ROUTER_INTERFACE_OWNERS_SNAT
obj = self._make_object(self.obj_fields[0])
obj.create()
obj.security_group_ids = {sg_id}
obj.update()
self.assertEqual(1, len(
ports.Port.get_ports_ids_by_security_groups(
self.context, security_group_ids=(sg_id, ),
excluded_device_owners=filter_owner)))
obj.device_owner = constants.DEVICE_OWNER_ROUTER_SNAT
obj.update()
self.assertEqual(0, len(
ports.Port.get_ports_ids_by_security_groups(
self.context, security_group_ids=(sg_id, ),
excluded_device_owners=filter_owner)))
def test_get_ports_by_vnic_type_and_host(self):
port1 = self._create_test_port()
ports.PortBinding(
self.context,
host='host1', port_id=port1.id, status='ACTIVE',
vnic_type='vnic_type1', vif_type='vif_type1').create()
port2 = self._create_test_port()
ports.PortBinding(
self.context,
host='host1', port_id=port2.id, status='ACTIVE',
vnic_type='vnic_type2', vif_type='vif_type1').create()
self.assertEqual(1, len(
ports.Port.get_ports_by_vnic_type_and_host(
self.context, 'vnic_type1', 'host1')))
def test_check_network_ports_by_binding_types(self):
port1 = self._create_test_port()
network_id = port1.network_id
ports.PortBinding(
self.context,
host='host1', port_id=port1.id, status='ACTIVE',
vnic_type='vnic_type1', vif_type='vif_type1').create()
port2 = self._create_test_port(network_id=network_id)
ports.PortBinding(
self.context,
host='host2', port_id=port2.id, status='ACTIVE',
vnic_type='vnic_type2', vif_type='vif_type2').create()
self.assertTrue(
ports.Port.check_network_ports_by_binding_types(
self.context, network_id,
binding_types=['vif_type1', 'vif_type2']))
self.assertFalse(
ports.Port.check_network_ports_by_binding_types(
self.context, network_id,
binding_types=['vif_type1', 'vif_type2'],
negative_search=True))
def test_get_ports_allocated_by_subnet_id(self):
network_id = self._create_test_network_id()
segment_id = self._create_test_segment_id(network_id)
subnet_id = self._create_test_subnet_id(network_id)
self.update_obj_fields(
{'network_id': network_id,
'fixed_ips': {'subnet_id': subnet_id,
'network_id': network_id},
'device_owner': 'not_a_router',
'binding_levels': {'segment_id': segment_id}},
db_objs=[self.db_objs[0]])
objs = []
for idx in range(3):
objs.append(self._make_object(self.obj_fields[idx]))
objs[idx].create()
ipa = ports.IPAllocation(self.context, port_id=objs[0].id,
subnet_id=subnet_id, network_id=network_id,
ip_address=netaddr.IPAddress('10.0.0.1'))
ipa.create()
ports_alloc = ports.Port.get_ports_allocated_by_subnet_id(self.context,
subnet_id)
self.assertEqual(1, len(ports_alloc))
self.assertEqual(objs[0].id, ports_alloc[0].id)
def _test_get_auto_deletable_ports(self, device_owner):
network_id = self._create_test_network_id()
segment_id = self._create_test_segment_id(network_id)
port = self._create_test_port(device_owner=device_owner)
binding = ports.PortBindingLevel(
self.context, port_id=port.id,
host='host1', level=0, segment_id=segment_id)
binding.create()
return (
ports.Port.
get_auto_deletable_port_ids_and_proper_port_count_by_segment(
self.context, segment_id))
def test_get_auto_deletable_ports_dhcp(self):
dhcp_ports, count = self._test_get_auto_deletable_ports(
'network:dhcp')
self.assertEqual(
(1, 0),
(len(dhcp_ports), count),
)
def test_get_auto_deletable_ports_not_dhcp(self):
dhcp_ports, count = self._test_get_auto_deletable_ports(
'not_network_dhcp')
self.assertEqual(
(0, 1),
(len(dhcp_ports), count),
)