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# Copyright 2013 IBM Corp.
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"""Handles database requests from other nova services."""
import contextlib
import copy
import functools
import sys
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_db import exception as db_exc
from oslo_log import log as logging
import oslo_messaging as messaging
from oslo_serialization import jsonutils
from oslo_utils import excutils
from oslo_utils import timeutils
from oslo_utils import versionutils
import six
from nova import availability_zones
from nova.compute import instance_actions
from nova.compute import rpcapi as compute_rpcapi
from nova.compute import task_states
from nova.compute import utils as compute_utils
from nova.compute.utils import wrap_instance_event
from nova.compute import vm_states
from nova.conductor.tasks import live_migrate
from nova.conductor.tasks import migrate
from nova import context as nova_context
from nova.db import base
from nova import exception
from nova.i18n import _
from nova import image
from nova import manager
from nova import network
from nova import notifications
from nova import objects
from nova.objects import base as nova_object
from nova.objects import fields
from nova import profiler
from nova import rpc
from nova.scheduler.client import query
from nova.scheduler.client import report
from nova.scheduler import utils as scheduler_utils
from nova import servicegroup
from nova import utils
from nova.volume import cinder
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
CONF = cfg.CONF
def targets_cell(fn):
"""Wrap a method and automatically target the instance's cell.
This decorates a method with signature func(self, context, instance, ...)
and automatically targets the context with the instance's cell
mapping. It does this by looking up the InstanceMapping.
"""
@functools.wraps(fn)
def wrapper(self, context, *args, **kwargs):
instance = kwargs.get('instance') or args[0]
try:
im = objects.InstanceMapping.get_by_instance_uuid(
context, instance.uuid)
except exception.InstanceMappingNotFound:
LOG.error('InstanceMapping not found, unable to target cell',
instance=instance)
except db_exc.CantStartEngineError:
# Check to see if we can ignore API DB connection failures
# because we might already be in the cell conductor.
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception() as err_ctxt:
if CONF.api_database.connection is None:
err_ctxt.reraise = False
else:
LOG.debug('Targeting cell %(cell)s for conductor method %(meth)s',
{'cell': im.cell_mapping.identity,
'meth': fn.__name__})
# NOTE(danms): Target our context to the cell for the rest of
# this request, so that none of the subsequent code needs to
# care about it.
nova_context.set_target_cell(context, im.cell_mapping)
return fn(self, context, *args, **kwargs)
return wrapper
class ConductorManager(manager.Manager):
"""Mission: Conduct things.
The methods in the base API for nova-conductor are various proxy operations
performed on behalf of the nova-compute service running on compute nodes.
Compute nodes are not allowed to directly access the database, so this set
of methods allows them to get specific work done without locally accessing
the database.
The nova-conductor service also exposes an API in the 'compute_task'
namespace. See the ComputeTaskManager class for details.
"""
target = messaging.Target(version='3.0')
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
super(ConductorManager, self).__init__(service_name='conductor',
*args, **kwargs)
self.compute_task_mgr = ComputeTaskManager()
self.additional_endpoints.append(self.compute_task_mgr)
# NOTE(hanlind): This can be removed in version 4.0 of the RPC API
def provider_fw_rule_get_all(self, context):
# NOTE(hanlind): Simulate an empty db result for compat reasons.
return []
def _object_dispatch(self, target, method, args, kwargs):
"""Dispatch a call to an object method.
This ensures that object methods get called and any exception
that is raised gets wrapped in an ExpectedException for forwarding
back to the caller (without spamming the conductor logs).
"""
try:
# NOTE(danms): Keep the getattr inside the try block since
# a missing method is really a client problem
return getattr(target, method)(*args, **kwargs)
except Exception:
raise messaging.ExpectedException()
def object_class_action_versions(self, context, objname, objmethod,
object_versions, args, kwargs):
objclass = nova_object.NovaObject.obj_class_from_name(
objname, object_versions[objname])
args = tuple([context] + list(args))
result = self._object_dispatch(objclass, objmethod, args, kwargs)
# NOTE(danms): The RPC layer will convert to primitives for us,
# but in this case, we need to honor the version the client is
# asking for, so we do it before returning here.
# NOTE(hanlind): Do not convert older than requested objects,
# see bug #1596119.
if isinstance(result, nova_object.NovaObject):
target_version = object_versions[objname]
requested_version = versionutils.convert_version_to_tuple(
target_version)
actual_version = versionutils.convert_version_to_tuple(
result.VERSION)
do_backport = requested_version < actual_version
other_major_version = requested_version[0] != actual_version[0]
if do_backport or other_major_version:
result = result.obj_to_primitive(
target_version=target_version,
version_manifest=object_versions)
return result
def object_action(self, context, objinst, objmethod, args, kwargs):
"""Perform an action on an object."""
oldobj = objinst.obj_clone()
result = self._object_dispatch(objinst, objmethod, args, kwargs)
updates = dict()
# NOTE(danms): Diff the object with the one passed to us and
# generate a list of changes to forward back
for name, field in objinst.fields.items():
if not objinst.obj_attr_is_set(name):
# Avoid demand-loading anything
continue
if (not oldobj.obj_attr_is_set(name) or
getattr(oldobj, name) != getattr(objinst, name)):
updates[name] = field.to_primitive(objinst, name,
getattr(objinst, name))
# This is safe since a field named this would conflict with the
# method anyway
updates['obj_what_changed'] = objinst.obj_what_changed()
return updates, result
def object_backport_versions(self, context, objinst, object_versions):
target = object_versions[objinst.obj_name()]
LOG.debug('Backporting %(obj)s to %(ver)s with versions %(manifest)s',
{'obj': objinst.obj_name(),
'ver': target,
'manifest': ','.join(
['%s=%s' % (name, ver)
for name, ver in object_versions.items()])})
return objinst.obj_to_primitive(target_version=target,
version_manifest=object_versions)
def reset(self):
objects.Service.clear_min_version_cache()
@contextlib.contextmanager
def try_target_cell(context, cell):
"""If cell is not None call func with context.target_cell.
This is a method to help during the transition period. Currently
various mappings may not exist if a deployment has not migrated to
cellsv2. If there is no mapping call the func as normal, otherwise
call it in a target_cell context.
"""
if cell:
with nova_context.target_cell(context, cell) as cell_context:
yield cell_context
else:
yield context
@contextlib.contextmanager
def obj_target_cell(obj, cell):
"""Run with object's context set to a specific cell"""
with try_target_cell(obj._context, cell) as target:
with obj.obj_alternate_context(target):
yield target
@profiler.trace_cls("rpc")
class ComputeTaskManager(base.Base):
"""Namespace for compute methods.
This class presents an rpc API for nova-conductor under the 'compute_task'
namespace. The methods here are compute operations that are invoked
by the API service. These methods see the operation to completion, which
may involve coordinating activities on multiple compute nodes.
"""
target = messaging.Target(namespace='compute_task', version='1.20')
def __init__(self):
super(ComputeTaskManager, self).__init__()
self.compute_rpcapi = compute_rpcapi.ComputeAPI()
self.volume_api = cinder.API()
self.image_api = image.API()
self.network_api = network.API()
self.servicegroup_api = servicegroup.API()
self.query_client = query.SchedulerQueryClient()
self.report_client = report.SchedulerReportClient()
self.notifier = rpc.get_notifier('compute', CONF.host)
# Help us to record host in EventReporter
self.host = CONF.host
def reset(self):
LOG.info('Reloading compute RPC API')
compute_rpcapi.LAST_VERSION = None
self.compute_rpcapi = compute_rpcapi.ComputeAPI()
# TODO(tdurakov): remove `live` parameter here on compute task api RPC
# version bump to 2.x
# TODO(danms): remove the `reservations` parameter here on compute task api
# RPC version bump to 2.x
@messaging.expected_exceptions(
exception.NoValidHost,
exception.ComputeServiceUnavailable,
exception.ComputeHostNotFound,
exception.InvalidHypervisorType,
exception.InvalidCPUInfo,
exception.UnableToMigrateToSelf,
exception.DestinationHypervisorTooOld,
exception.InvalidLocalStorage,
exception.InvalidSharedStorage,
exception.HypervisorUnavailable,
exception.InstanceInvalidState,
exception.MigrationPreCheckError,
exception.UnsupportedPolicyException)
@targets_cell
@wrap_instance_event(prefix='conductor')
def migrate_server(self, context, instance, scheduler_hint, live, rebuild,
flavor, block_migration, disk_over_commit, reservations=None,
clean_shutdown=True, request_spec=None, host_list=None):
if instance and not isinstance(instance, nova_object.NovaObject):
# NOTE(danms): Until v2 of the RPC API, we need to tolerate
# old-world instance objects here
attrs = ['metadata', 'system_metadata', 'info_cache',
'security_groups']
instance = objects.Instance._from_db_object(
context, objects.Instance(), instance,
expected_attrs=attrs)
# NOTE: Remove this when we drop support for v1 of the RPC API
if flavor and not isinstance(flavor, objects.Flavor):
# Code downstream may expect extra_specs to be populated since it
# is receiving an object, so lookup the flavor to ensure this.
flavor = objects.Flavor.get_by_id(context, flavor['id'])
if live and not rebuild and not flavor:
self._live_migrate(context, instance, scheduler_hint,
block_migration, disk_over_commit, request_spec)
elif not live and not rebuild and flavor:
instance_uuid = instance.uuid
with compute_utils.EventReporter(context, 'cold_migrate',
self.host, instance_uuid):
self._cold_migrate(context, instance, flavor,
scheduler_hint['filter_properties'],
clean_shutdown, request_spec,
host_list)
else:
raise NotImplementedError()
def _cold_migrate(self, context, instance, flavor, filter_properties,
clean_shutdown, request_spec, host_list):
image = utils.get_image_from_system_metadata(
instance.system_metadata)
# NOTE(sbauza): If a reschedule occurs when prep_resize(), then
# it only provides filter_properties legacy dict back to the
# conductor with no RequestSpec part of the payload for <Stein
# computes.
# TODO(mriedem): We can remove this compat code for no request spec
# coming to conductor in ComputeTaskAPI RPC API version 2.0
if not request_spec:
# Make sure we hydrate a new RequestSpec object with the new flavor
# and not the nested one from the instance
request_spec = objects.RequestSpec.from_components(
context, instance.uuid, image,
flavor, instance.numa_topology, instance.pci_requests,
filter_properties, None, instance.availability_zone,
project_id=instance.project_id, user_id=instance.user_id)
elif not isinstance(request_spec, objects.RequestSpec):
# Prior to compute RPC API 5.1 conductor would pass a legacy dict
# version of the request spec to compute and Stein compute
# could be sending that back to conductor on reschedule, so if we
# got a dict convert it to an object.
# TODO(mriedem): We can drop this compat code when we only support
# compute RPC API >=6.0.
request_spec = objects.RequestSpec.from_primitives(
context, request_spec, filter_properties)
# We don't have to set the new flavor on the request spec because
# if we got here it was due to a reschedule from the compute and
# the request spec would already have the new flavor in it from the
# else block below.
else:
# NOTE(sbauza): Resizes means new flavor, so we need to update the
# original RequestSpec object for make sure the scheduler verifies
# the right one and not the original flavor
request_spec.flavor = flavor
task = self._build_cold_migrate_task(context, instance, flavor,
request_spec, clean_shutdown, host_list)
try:
task.execute()
except exception.NoValidHost as ex:
vm_state = instance.vm_state
if not vm_state:
vm_state = vm_states.ACTIVE
updates = {'vm_state': vm_state, 'task_state': None}
self._set_vm_state_and_notify(context, instance.uuid,
'migrate_server',
updates, ex, request_spec)
# if the flavor IDs match, it's migrate; otherwise resize
if flavor.id == instance.instance_type_id:
msg = _("No valid host found for cold migrate")
else:
msg = _("No valid host found for resize")
raise exception.NoValidHost(reason=msg)
except exception.UnsupportedPolicyException as ex:
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception():
vm_state = instance.vm_state
if not vm_state:
vm_state = vm_states.ACTIVE
updates = {'vm_state': vm_state, 'task_state': None}
self._set_vm_state_and_notify(context, instance.uuid,
'migrate_server',
updates, ex, request_spec)
except Exception as ex:
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception():
updates = {'vm_state': instance.vm_state,
'task_state': None}
self._set_vm_state_and_notify(context, instance.uuid,
'migrate_server',
updates, ex, request_spec)
# NOTE(sbauza): Make sure we persist the new flavor in case we had
# a successful scheduler call if and only if nothing bad happened
if request_spec.obj_what_changed():
request_spec.save()
def _set_vm_state_and_notify(self, context, instance_uuid, method, updates,
ex, request_spec):
scheduler_utils.set_vm_state_and_notify(
context, instance_uuid, 'compute_task', method, updates,
ex, request_spec)
def _cleanup_allocated_networks(
self, context, instance, requested_networks):
try:
# If we were told not to allocate networks let's save ourselves
# the trouble of calling the network API.
if not (requested_networks and requested_networks.no_allocate):
self.network_api.deallocate_for_instance(
context, instance, requested_networks=requested_networks)
except Exception:
LOG.exception('Failed to deallocate networks', instance=instance)
return
instance.system_metadata['network_allocated'] = 'False'
try:
instance.save()
except exception.InstanceNotFound:
# NOTE: It's possible that we're cleaning up the networks
# because the instance was deleted. If that's the case then this
# exception will be raised by instance.save()
pass
@targets_cell
@wrap_instance_event(prefix='conductor')
def live_migrate_instance(self, context, instance, scheduler_hint,
block_migration, disk_over_commit, request_spec):
self._live_migrate(context, instance, scheduler_hint,
block_migration, disk_over_commit, request_spec)
def _live_migrate(self, context, instance, scheduler_hint,
block_migration, disk_over_commit, request_spec):
destination = scheduler_hint.get("host")
def _set_vm_state(context, instance, ex, vm_state=None,
task_state=None):
request_spec = {'instance_properties': {
'uuid': instance.uuid, },
}
scheduler_utils.set_vm_state_and_notify(context,
instance.uuid,
'compute_task', 'migrate_server',
dict(vm_state=vm_state,
task_state=task_state,
expected_task_state=task_states.MIGRATING,),
ex, request_spec)
migration = objects.Migration(context=context.elevated())
migration.dest_compute = destination
migration.status = 'accepted'
migration.instance_uuid = instance.uuid
migration.source_compute = instance.host
migration.migration_type = 'live-migration'
if instance.obj_attr_is_set('flavor'):
migration.old_instance_type_id = instance.flavor.id
migration.new_instance_type_id = instance.flavor.id
else:
migration.old_instance_type_id = instance.instance_type_id
migration.new_instance_type_id = instance.instance_type_id
migration.create()
task = self._build_live_migrate_task(context, instance, destination,
block_migration, disk_over_commit,
migration, request_spec)
try:
task.execute()
except (exception.NoValidHost,
exception.ComputeHostNotFound,
exception.ComputeServiceUnavailable,
exception.InvalidHypervisorType,
exception.InvalidCPUInfo,
exception.UnableToMigrateToSelf,
exception.DestinationHypervisorTooOld,
exception.InvalidLocalStorage,
exception.InvalidSharedStorage,
exception.HypervisorUnavailable,
exception.InstanceInvalidState,
exception.MigrationPreCheckError,
exception.MigrationSchedulerRPCError) as ex:
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception():
# TODO(johngarbutt) - eventually need instance actions here
_set_vm_state(context, instance, ex, instance.vm_state)
migration.status = 'error'
migration.save()
except Exception as ex:
LOG.error('Migration of instance %(instance_id)s to host'
' %(dest)s unexpectedly failed.',
{'instance_id': instance.uuid, 'dest': destination},
exc_info=True)
# Reset the task state to None to indicate completion of
# the operation as it is done in case of known exceptions.
_set_vm_state(context, instance, ex, vm_states.ERROR,
task_state=None)
migration.status = 'error'
migration.save()
raise exception.MigrationError(reason=six.text_type(ex))
def _build_live_migrate_task(self, context, instance, destination,
block_migration, disk_over_commit, migration,
request_spec=None):
return live_migrate.LiveMigrationTask(context, instance,
destination, block_migration,
disk_over_commit, migration,
self.compute_rpcapi,
self.servicegroup_api,
self.query_client,
self.report_client,
request_spec)
def _build_cold_migrate_task(self, context, instance, flavor, request_spec,
clean_shutdown, host_list):
return migrate.MigrationTask(context, instance, flavor,
request_spec, clean_shutdown,
self.compute_rpcapi,
self.query_client, self.report_client,
host_list)
def _destroy_build_request(self, context, instance):
# The BuildRequest needs to be stored until the instance is mapped to
# an instance table. At that point it will never be used again and
# should be deleted.
build_request = objects.BuildRequest.get_by_instance_uuid(
context, instance.uuid)
# TODO(alaski): Sync API updates of the build_request to the
# instance before it is destroyed. Right now only locked_by can
# be updated before this is destroyed.
build_request.destroy()
def _populate_instance_mapping(self, context, instance, host):
try:
inst_mapping = objects.InstanceMapping.get_by_instance_uuid(
context, instance.uuid)
except exception.InstanceMappingNotFound:
# NOTE(alaski): If nova-api is up to date this exception should
# never be hit. But during an upgrade it's possible that an old
# nova-api didn't create an instance_mapping during this boot
# request.
LOG.debug('Instance was not mapped to a cell, likely due '
'to an older nova-api service running.',
instance=instance)
return None
else:
try:
host_mapping = objects.HostMapping.get_by_host(context,
host.service_host)
except exception.HostMappingNotFound:
# NOTE(alaski): For now this exception means that a
# deployment has not migrated to cellsv2 and we should
# remove the instance_mapping that has been created.
# Eventually this will indicate a failure to properly map a
# host to a cell and we may want to reschedule.
inst_mapping.destroy()
return None
else:
inst_mapping.cell_mapping = host_mapping.cell_mapping
inst_mapping.save()
return inst_mapping
def _validate_existing_attachment_ids(self, context, instance, bdms):
"""Ensure any attachment ids referenced by the bdms exist.
New attachments will only be created if the attachment ids referenced
by the bdms no longer exist. This can happen when an instance is
rescheduled after a failure to spawn as cleanup code on the previous
host will delete attachments before rescheduling.
"""
for bdm in bdms:
if bdm.is_volume and bdm.attachment_id:
try:
self.volume_api.attachment_get(context, bdm.attachment_id)
except exception.VolumeAttachmentNotFound:
attachment = self.volume_api.attachment_create(
context, bdm.volume_id, instance.uuid)
bdm.attachment_id = attachment['id']
bdm.save()
def _cleanup_when_reschedule_fails(
self, context, instance, exception, legacy_request_spec,
requested_networks):
"""Set the instance state and clean up.
It is only used in case build_instance fails while rescheduling the
instance
"""
updates = {'vm_state': vm_states.ERROR,
'task_state': None}
self._set_vm_state_and_notify(
context, instance.uuid, 'build_instances', updates, exception,
legacy_request_spec)
self._cleanup_allocated_networks(
context, instance, requested_networks)
# NOTE(danms): This is never cell-targeted because it is only used for
# cellsv1 (which does not target cells directly) and n-cpu reschedules
# (which go to the cell conductor and thus are always cell-specific).
def build_instances(self, context, instances, image, filter_properties,
admin_password, injected_files, requested_networks,
security_groups, block_device_mapping=None, legacy_bdm=True,
request_spec=None, host_lists=None):
# TODO(ndipanov): Remove block_device_mapping and legacy_bdm in version
# 2.0 of the RPC API.
# TODO(danms): Remove this in version 2.0 of the RPC API
if (requested_networks and
not isinstance(requested_networks,
objects.NetworkRequestList)):
requested_networks = objects.NetworkRequestList.from_tuples(
requested_networks)
# TODO(melwitt): Remove this in version 2.0 of the RPC API
flavor = filter_properties.get('instance_type')
if flavor and not isinstance(flavor, objects.Flavor):
# Code downstream may expect extra_specs to be populated since it
# is receiving an object, so lookup the flavor to ensure this.
flavor = objects.Flavor.get_by_id(context, flavor['id'])
filter_properties = dict(filter_properties, instance_type=flavor)
# Older computes will not send a request_spec during reschedules, nor
# will the API send the request_spec if using cells v1, so we need
# to check and build our own if one is not provided.
if request_spec is None:
legacy_request_spec = scheduler_utils.build_request_spec(
image, instances)
else:
# TODO(mriedem): This is annoying but to populate the local
# request spec below using the filter_properties, we have to pass
# in a primitive version of the request spec. Yes it's inefficient
# and we can remove it once the populate_retry and
# populate_filter_properties utility methods are converted to
# work on a RequestSpec object rather than filter_properties.
# NOTE(gibi): we have to keep a reference to the original
# RequestSpec object passed to this function as we lose information
# during the below legacy conversion
legacy_request_spec = request_spec.to_legacy_request_spec_dict()
# 'host_lists' will be None in one of two cases: when running cellsv1,
# or during a reschedule from a pre-Queens compute. In all other cases,
# it will be a list of lists, though the lists may be empty if there
# are no more hosts left in a rescheduling situation.
is_reschedule = host_lists is not None
try:
# check retry policy. Rather ugly use of instances[0]...
# but if we've exceeded max retries... then we really only
# have a single instance.
# TODO(sbauza): Provide directly the RequestSpec object
# when populate_retry() accepts it
scheduler_utils.populate_retry(
filter_properties, instances[0].uuid)
instance_uuids = [instance.uuid for instance in instances]
spec_obj = objects.RequestSpec.from_primitives(
context, legacy_request_spec, filter_properties)
LOG.debug("Rescheduling: %s", is_reschedule)
if is_reschedule:
# Make sure that we have a host, as we may have exhausted all
# our alternates
if not host_lists[0]:
# We have an empty list of hosts, so this instance has
# failed to build.
msg = ("Exhausted all hosts available for retrying build "
"failures for instance %(instance_uuid)s." %
{"instance_uuid": instances[0].uuid})
raise exception.MaxRetriesExceeded(reason=msg)
else:
# This is not a reschedule, so we need to call the scheduler to
# get appropriate hosts for the request.
# NOTE(gibi): We only call the scheduler if using cells v1 or
# we are rescheduling from a really old compute. In
# either case we do not support externally-defined resource
# requests, like port QoS. So no requested_resources are set
# on the RequestSpec here.
host_lists = self._schedule_instances(context, spec_obj,
instance_uuids, return_alternates=True)
except Exception as exc:
# NOTE(mriedem): If we're rescheduling from a failed build on a
# compute, "retry" will be set and num_attempts will be >1 because
# populate_retry above will increment it. If the server build was
# forced onto a host/node or [scheduler]/max_attempts=1, "retry"
# won't be in filter_properties and we won't get here because
# nova-compute will just abort the build since reschedules are
# disabled in those cases.
num_attempts = filter_properties.get(
'retry', {}).get('num_attempts', 1)
for instance in instances:
# If num_attempts > 1, we're in a reschedule and probably
# either hit NoValidHost or MaxRetriesExceeded. Either way,
# the build request should already be gone and we probably
# can't reach the API DB from the cell conductor.
if num_attempts <= 1:
try:
# If the BuildRequest stays around then instance
# show/lists will pull from it rather than the errored
# instance.
self._destroy_build_request(context, instance)
except exception.BuildRequestNotFound:
pass
self._cleanup_when_reschedule_fails(
context, instance, exc, legacy_request_spec,
requested_networks)
return
elevated = context.elevated()
for (instance, host_list) in six.moves.zip(instances, host_lists):
host = host_list.pop(0)
if is_reschedule:
# If this runs in the superconductor, the first instance will
# already have its resources claimed in placement. If this is a
# retry, though, this is running in the cell conductor, and we
# need to claim first to ensure that the alternate host still
# has its resources available. Note that there are schedulers
# that don't support Placement, so must assume that the host is
# still available.
host_available = False
while host and not host_available:
if host.allocation_request:
alloc_req = jsonutils.loads(host.allocation_request)
else:
alloc_req = None
if alloc_req:
try:
host_available = scheduler_utils.claim_resources(
elevated, self.report_client, spec_obj,
instance.uuid, alloc_req,
host.allocation_request_version)
if request_spec and host_available:
# NOTE(gibi): redo the request group - resource
# provider mapping as the above claim call
# moves the allocation of the instance to
# another host
self._fill_provider_mapping(
context, instance.uuid, request_spec, host)
except Exception as exc:
self._cleanup_when_reschedule_fails(
context, instance, exc, legacy_request_spec,
requested_networks)
return
else:
# Some deployments use different schedulers that do not
# use Placement, so they will not have an
# allocation_request to claim with. For those cases,
# there is no concept of claiming, so just assume that
# the host is valid.
host_available = True
if not host_available:
# Insufficient resources remain on that host, so
# discard it and try the next.
host = host_list.pop(0) if host_list else None
if not host_available:
# No more available hosts for retrying the build.
msg = ("Exhausted all hosts available for retrying build "
"failures for instance %(instance_uuid)s." %
{"instance_uuid": instance.uuid})
exc = exception.MaxRetriesExceeded(reason=msg)
self._cleanup_when_reschedule_fails(
context, instance, exc, legacy_request_spec,
requested_networks)
return
try:
instance.availability_zone = (
availability_zones.get_host_availability_zone(context,
host.service_host))
except Exception as exc:
# Put the instance into ERROR state, set task_state to None,
# inject a fault, etc.
self._cleanup_when_reschedule_fails(
context, instance, exc, legacy_request_spec,
requested_networks)
continue
try:
# NOTE(danms): This saves the az change above, refreshes our
# instance, and tells us if it has been deleted underneath us
instance.save()
except (exception.InstanceNotFound,
exception.InstanceInfoCacheNotFound):
LOG.debug('Instance deleted during build', instance=instance)
continue
local_filter_props = copy.deepcopy(filter_properties)
scheduler_utils.populate_filter_properties(local_filter_props,
host)
# Populate the request_spec with the local_filter_props information
# like retries and limits. Note that at this point the request_spec
# could have come from a compute via reschedule and it would
# already have some things set, like scheduler_hints.
local_reqspec = objects.RequestSpec.from_primitives(
context, legacy_request_spec, local_filter_props)
# NOTE(gibi): at this point the request spec already got converted
# to a legacy dict and then back to an object so we lost the non
# legacy part of the spec. Re-populate the requested_resources
# field based on the original request spec object passed to this
# function.
if request_spec:
local_reqspec.requested_resources = (
request_spec.requested_resources)
# The block_device_mapping passed from the api doesn't contain
# instance specific information
bdms = objects.BlockDeviceMappingList.get_by_instance_uuid(
context, instance.uuid)
# This is populated in scheduler_utils.populate_retry
num_attempts = local_filter_props.get('retry',
{}).get('num_attempts', 1)
if num_attempts <= 1:
# If this is a reschedule the instance is already mapped to
# this cell and the BuildRequest is already deleted so ignore
# the logic below.
inst_mapping = self._populate_instance_mapping(context,
instance,
host)
try:
self._destroy_build_request(context, instance)
except exception.BuildRequestNotFound:
# This indicates an instance delete has been requested in
# the API. Stop the build, cleanup the instance_mapping and
# potentially the block_device_mappings
# TODO(alaski): Handle block_device_mapping cleanup
if inst_mapping:
inst_mapping.destroy()
return
else:
# NOTE(lyarwood): If this is a reschedule then recreate any
# attachments that were previously removed when cleaning up
# after failures to spawn etc.
self._validate_existing_attachment_ids(context, instance, bdms)
alts = [(alt.service_host, alt.nodename) for alt in host_list]
LOG.debug("Selected host: %s; Selected node: %s; Alternates: %s",
host.service_host, host.nodename, alts, instance=instance)
self.compute_rpcapi.build_and_run_instance(context,
instance=instance, host=host.service_host, image=image,
request_spec=local_reqspec,
filter_properties=local_filter_props,
admin_password=admin_password,
injected_files=injected_files,
requested_networks=requested_networks,
security_groups=security_groups,
block_device_mapping=bdms, node=host.nodename,
limits=host.limits, host_list=host_list)
def _schedule_instances(self, context, request_spec,
instance_uuids=None, return_alternates=False):
scheduler_utils.setup_instance_group(context, request_spec)
with timeutils.StopWatch() as timer:
host_lists = self.query_client.select_destinations(
context, request_spec, instance_uuids, return_objects=True,
return_alternates=return_alternates)
LOG.debug('Took %0.2f seconds to select destinations for %s '
'instance(s).', timer.elapsed(), len(instance_uuids))
return host_lists
# TODO(mriedem): Make request_spec required in ComputeTaskAPI RPC v2.0.
@targets_cell
def unshelve_instance(self, context, instance, request_spec=None):
sys_meta = instance.system_metadata
def safe_image_show(ctx, image_id):
if image_id:
return self.image_api.get(ctx, image_id, show_deleted=False)
else:
raise exception.ImageNotFound(image_id='')
if instance.vm_state == vm_states.SHELVED:
instance.task_state = task_states.POWERING_ON
instance.save(expected_task_state=task_states.UNSHELVING)
self.compute_rpcapi.start_instance(context, instance)
elif instance.vm_state == vm_states.SHELVED_OFFLOADED:
image = None
image_id = sys_meta.get('shelved_image_id')
# No need to check for image if image_id is None as
# "shelved_image_id" key is not set for volume backed
# instance during the shelve process
if image_id:
with compute_utils.EventReporter(
context, 'get_image_info', self.host, instance.uuid):
try:
image = safe_image_show(context, image_id)
except exception.ImageNotFound as error:
instance.vm_state = vm_states.ERROR
instance.save()
reason = _('Unshelve attempted but the image %s '
'cannot be found.') % image_id
LOG.error(reason, instance=instance)
compute_utils.add_instance_fault_from_exc(
context, instance, error, sys.exc_info(),
fault_message=reason)
raise exception.UnshelveException(
instance_id=instance.uuid, reason=reason)
try:
with compute_utils.EventReporter(context, 'schedule_instances',
self.host, instance.uuid):
# NOTE(sbauza): Force_hosts/nodes needs to be reset
# if we want to make sure that the next destination
# is not forced to be the original host
request_spec.reset_forced_destinations()
# TODO(sbauza): Provide directly the RequestSpec object
# when populate_filter_properties accepts it
filter_properties = request_spec.\
to_legacy_filter_properties_dict()
# TODO(gibi): We need to make sure that the
# requested_resources field is re calculated based on
# neutron ports.
# NOTE(cfriesen): Ensure that we restrict the scheduler to
# the cell specified by the instance mapping.
instance_mapping = \
objects.InstanceMapping.get_by_instance_uuid(
context, instance.uuid)
LOG.debug('Requesting cell %(cell)s while unshelving',
{'cell': instance_mapping.cell_mapping.identity},
instance=instance)
if ('requested_destination' in request_spec and
request_spec.requested_destination):
request_spec.requested_destination.cell = (
instance_mapping.cell_mapping)
else:
request_spec.requested_destination = (
objects.Destination(
cell=instance_mapping.cell_mapping))
request_spec.ensure_project_and_user_id(instance)
request_spec.ensure_network_metadata(instance)
compute_utils.heal_reqspec_is_bfv(
context, request_spec, instance)
host_lists = self._schedule_instances(context,
request_spec, [instance.uuid],
return_alternates=False)
host_list = host_lists[0]
selection = host_list[0]
scheduler_utils.populate_filter_properties(
filter_properties, selection)
(host, node) = (selection.service_host, selection.nodename)
instance.availability_zone = (
availability_zones.get_host_availability_zone(
context, host))
self.compute_rpcapi.unshelve_instance(
context, instance, host, image=image,
filter_properties=filter_properties, node=node)
except (exception.NoValidHost,
exception.UnsupportedPolicyException):
instance.task_state = None
instance.save()
LOG.warning("No valid host found for unshelve instance",
instance=instance)
return
except Exception:
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception():
instance.task_state = None
instance.save()
LOG.error("Unshelve attempted but an error "
"has occurred", instance=instance)
else:
LOG.error('Unshelve attempted but vm_state not SHELVED or '
'SHELVED_OFFLOADED', instance=instance)
instance.vm_state = vm_states.ERROR
instance.save()
return
def _allocate_for_evacuate_dest_host(self, context, instance, host,
request_spec=None):
# The user is forcing the destination host and bypassing the
# scheduler. We need to copy the source compute node
# allocations in Placement to the destination compute node.
# Normally select_destinations() in the scheduler would do this
# for us, but when forcing the target host we don't call the
# scheduler.
source_node = None # This is used for error handling below.
try:
source_node = objects.ComputeNode.get_by_host_and_nodename(
context, instance.host, instance.node)
dest_node = (
objects.ComputeNode.get_first_node_by_host_for_old_compat(
context, host, use_slave=True))
except exception.ComputeHostNotFound as ex:
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception():
self._set_vm_state_and_notify(
context, instance.uuid, 'rebuild_server',
{'vm_state': instance.vm_state,
'task_state': None}, ex, request_spec)
if source_node:
LOG.warning('Specified host %s for evacuate was not '
'found.', host, instance=instance)
else:
LOG.warning('Source host %s and node %s for evacuate was '
'not found.', instance.host, instance.node,
instance=instance)
# TODO(mriedem): In Queens, call select_destinations() with a
# skip_filters=True flag so the scheduler does the work of
# claiming resources on the destination in Placement but still
# bypass the scheduler filters, which honors the 'force' flag
# in the API.
try:
scheduler_utils.claim_resources_on_destination(
context, self.report_client, instance, source_node, dest_node)
except exception.NoValidHost as ex:
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception():
self._set_vm_state_and_notify(
context, instance.uuid, 'rebuild_server',
{'vm_state': instance.vm_state,
'task_state': None}, ex, request_spec)
LOG.warning('Specified host %s for evacuate is '
'invalid.', host, instance=instance)
# TODO(mriedem): Make request_spec required in ComputeTaskAPI RPC v2.0.
@targets_cell
def rebuild_instance(self, context, instance, orig_image_ref, image_ref,
injected_files, new_pass, orig_sys_metadata,
bdms, recreate, on_shared_storage,
preserve_ephemeral=False, host=None,
request_spec=None):
with compute_utils.EventReporter(context, 'rebuild_server',
self.host, instance.uuid):
node = limits = None
try:
migration = objects.Migration.get_by_instance_and_status(
context, instance.uuid, 'accepted')
except exception.MigrationNotFoundByStatus:
LOG.debug("No migration record for the rebuild/evacuate "
"request.", instance=instance)
migration = None
# The host variable is passed in two cases:
# 1. rebuild - the instance.host is passed to rebuild on the
# same host and bypass the scheduler *unless* a new image
# was specified
# 2. evacuate with specified host and force=True - the specified
# host is passed and is meant to bypass the scheduler.
# NOTE(mriedem): This could be a lot more straight-forward if we
# had separate methods for rebuild and evacuate...
if host:
# We only create a new allocation on the specified host if
# we're doing an evacuate since that is a move operation.
if host != instance.host:
# If a destination host is forced for evacuate, create
# allocations against it in Placement.
try:
self._allocate_for_evacuate_dest_host(
context, instance, host, request_spec)
except exception.AllocationUpdateFailed as ex:
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception():
if migration:
migration.status = 'error'
migration.save()
self._set_vm_state_and_notify(
context,
instance.uuid,
'rebuild_server',
{'vm_state': vm_states.ERROR,
'task_state': None}, ex, request_spec)
LOG.warning('Rebuild failed: %s',
six.text_type(ex), instance=instance)
except exception.NoValidHost:
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception():
if migration:
migration.status = 'error'
migration.save()
else:
# At this point, the user is either:
#
# 1. Doing a rebuild on the same host (not evacuate) and
# specified a new image.
# 2. Evacuating and specified a host but are not forcing it.
#
# In either case, the API passes host=None but sets up the
# RequestSpec.requested_destination field for the specified
# host.
if recreate:
# NOTE(sbauza): Augment the RequestSpec object by excluding
# the source host for avoiding the scheduler to pick it
request_spec.ignore_hosts = [instance.host]
# NOTE(sbauza): Force_hosts/nodes needs to be reset
# if we want to make sure that the next destination
# is not forced to be the original host
request_spec.reset_forced_destinations()
# TODO(gibi): We need to make sure that the
# requested_resources field is re calculated based on
# neutron ports.
try:
# if this is a rebuild of instance on the same host with
# new image.
if not recreate and orig_image_ref != image_ref:
self._validate_image_traits_for_rebuild(context,
instance,
image_ref)
request_spec.ensure_project_and_user_id(instance)
request_spec.ensure_network_metadata(instance)
compute_utils.heal_reqspec_is_bfv(
context, request_spec, instance)
host_lists = self._schedule_instances(context,
request_spec, [instance.uuid],
return_alternates=False)
host_list = host_lists[0]
selection = host_list[0]
host, node, limits = (selection.service_host,
selection.nodename, selection.limits)
except (exception.NoValidHost,
exception.UnsupportedPolicyException,
exception.AllocationUpdateFailed) as ex:
if migration:
migration.status = 'error'
migration.save()
# Rollback the image_ref if a new one was provided (this
# only happens in the rebuild case, not evacuate).
if orig_image_ref and orig_image_ref != image_ref:
instance.image_ref = orig_image_ref
instance.save()
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception():
self._set_vm_state_and_notify(context, instance.uuid,
'rebuild_server',
{'vm_state': vm_states.ERROR,
'task_state': None}, ex, request_spec)
LOG.warning('Rebuild failed: %s',
six.text_type(ex), instance=instance)
compute_utils.notify_about_instance_usage(
self.notifier, context, instance, "rebuild.scheduled")
compute_utils.notify_about_instance_rebuild(
context, instance, host,
action=fields.NotificationAction.REBUILD_SCHEDULED,
source=fields.NotificationSource.CONDUCTOR)
instance.availability_zone = (
availability_zones.get_host_availability_zone(
context, host))
self.compute_rpcapi.rebuild_instance(context,
instance=instance,
new_pass=new_pass,
injected_files=injected_files,
image_ref=image_ref,
orig_image_ref=orig_image_ref,
orig_sys_metadata=orig_sys_metadata,
bdms=bdms,
recreate=recreate,
on_shared_storage=on_shared_storage,
preserve_ephemeral=preserve_ephemeral,
migration=migration,
host=host, node=node, limits=limits,
request_spec=request_spec)
def _validate_image_traits_for_rebuild(self, context, instance, image_ref):
"""Validates that the traits specified in the image can be satisfied
by the providers of the current allocations for the instance during
rebuild of the instance. If the traits cannot be
satisfied, fails the action by raising a NoValidHost exception.
:raises: NoValidHost exception in case the traits on the providers
of the allocated resources for the instance do not match
the required traits on the image.
"""
image_meta = objects.ImageMeta.from_image_ref(
context, self.image_api, image_ref)
if ('properties' not in image_meta or
'traits_required' not in image_meta.properties or not
image_meta.properties.traits_required):
return
image_traits = set(image_meta.properties.traits_required)
# check any of the image traits are forbidden in flavor traits.
# if so raise an exception
extra_specs = instance.flavor.extra_specs
forbidden_flavor_traits = set()
for key, val in extra_specs.items():
if key.startswith('trait'):
# get the actual key.
prefix, parsed_key = key.split(':', 1)
if val == 'forbidden':
forbidden_flavor_traits.add(parsed_key)
forbidden_traits = image_traits & forbidden_flavor_traits
if forbidden_traits:
raise exception.NoValidHost(
reason=_("Image traits are part of forbidden "
"traits in flavor associated with the server. "
"Either specify a different image during rebuild "
"or create a new server with the specified image "
"and a compatible flavor."))
return
# If image traits are present, then validate against allocations.
allocations = self.report_client.get_allocations_for_consumer(
context, instance.uuid)
instance_rp_uuids = list(allocations)
# Get provider tree for the instance. We use the uuid of the host
# on which the instance is rebuilding to get the provider tree.
compute_node = objects.ComputeNode.get_by_host_and_nodename(
context, instance.host, instance.node)
# TODO(karimull): Call with a read-only version, when available.
instance_rp_tree = (
self.report_client.get_provider_tree_and_ensure_root(
context, compute_node.uuid))
traits_in_instance_rps = set()
for rp_uuid in instance_rp_uuids:
traits_in_instance_rps.update(
instance_rp_tree.data(rp_uuid).traits)
missing_traits = image_traits - traits_in_instance_rps
if missing_traits:
raise exception.NoValidHost(
reason=_("Image traits cannot be "
"satisfied by the current resource providers. "
"Either specify a different image during rebuild "
"or create a new server with the specified image."))
# TODO(avolkov): move method to bdm
@staticmethod
def _volume_size(instance_type, bdm):
size = bdm.get('volume_size')
# NOTE (ndipanov): inherit flavor size only for swap and ephemeral
if (size is None and bdm.get('source_type') == 'blank' and
bdm.get('destination_type') == 'local'):
if bdm.get('guest_format') == 'swap':
size = instance_type.get('swap', 0)
else:
size = instance_type.get('ephemeral_gb', 0)
return size
def _create_block_device_mapping(self, cell, instance_type, instance_uuid,
block_device_mapping):
"""Create the BlockDeviceMapping objects in the db.
This method makes a copy of the list in order to avoid using the same
id field in case this is called for multiple instances.
"""
LOG.debug("block_device_mapping %s", list(block_device_mapping),
instance_uuid=instance_uuid)
instance_block_device_mapping = copy.deepcopy(block_device_mapping)
for bdm in instance_block_device_mapping:
bdm.volume_size = self._volume_size(instance_type, bdm)
bdm.instance_uuid = instance_uuid
with obj_target_cell(bdm, cell):
bdm.update_or_create()
return instance_block_device_mapping
def _create_tags(self, context, instance_uuid, tags):
"""Create the Tags objects in the db."""
if tags:
tag_list = [tag.tag for tag in tags]
instance_tags = objects.TagList.create(
context, instance_uuid, tag_list)
return instance_tags
else:
return tags
def _create_instance_action_for_cell0(self, context, instance, exc):
"""Create a failed "create" instance action for the instance in cell0.
:param context: nova auth RequestContext targeted at cell0
:param instance: Instance object being buried in cell0
:param exc: Exception that occurred which resulted in burial
"""
# First create the action record.
objects.InstanceAction.action_start(
context, instance.uuid, instance_actions.CREATE, want_result=False)
# Now create an event for that action record.
event_name = 'conductor_schedule_and_build_instances'
objects.InstanceActionEvent.event_start(
context, instance.uuid, event_name, want_result=False,
host=self.host)
# And finish the event with the exception. Note that we expect this
# method to be called from _bury_in_cell0 which is called from within
# an exception handler so sys.exc_info should return values but if not
# it's not the end of the world - this is best effort.
objects.InstanceActionEvent.event_finish_with_failure(
context, instance.uuid, event_name, exc_val=exc,
exc_tb=sys.exc_info()[2], want_result=False)
def _bury_in_cell0(self, context, request_spec, exc,
build_requests=None, instances=None,
block_device_mapping=None,
tags=None):
"""Ensure all provided build_requests and instances end up in cell0.
Cell0 is the fake cell we schedule dead instances to when we can't
schedule them somewhere real. Requests that don't yet have instances
will get a new instance, created in cell0. Instances that have not yet
been created will be created in cell0. All build requests are destroyed
after we're done. Failure to delete a build request will trigger the
instance deletion, just like the happy path in
schedule_and_build_instances() below.
"""
try:
cell0 = objects.CellMapping.get_by_uuid(
context, objects.CellMapping.CELL0_UUID)
except exception.CellMappingNotFound:
# Not yet setup for cellsv2. Instances will need to be written
# to the configured database. This will become a deployment
# error in Ocata.
LOG.error('No cell mapping found for cell0 while '
'trying to record scheduling failure. '
'Setup is incomplete.')
return
build_requests = build_requests or []
instances = instances or []
instances_by_uuid = {inst.uuid: inst for inst in instances}
for build_request in build_requests:
if build_request.instance_uuid not in instances_by_uuid:
# This is an instance object with no matching db entry.
instance = build_request.get_new_instance(context)
instances_by_uuid[instance.uuid] = instance
updates = {'vm_state': vm_states.ERROR, 'task_state': None}
for instance in instances_by_uuid.values():
inst_mapping = None
try:
# We don't need the cell0-targeted context here because the
# instance mapping is in the API DB.
inst_mapping = \
objects.InstanceMapping.get_by_instance_uuid(
context, instance.uuid)
except exception.InstanceMappingNotFound:
# The API created the instance mapping record so it should
# definitely be here. Log an error but continue to create the
# instance in the cell0 database.
LOG.error('While burying instance in cell0, no instance '
'mapping was found.', instance=instance)
# Perform a final sanity check that the instance is not mapped
# to some other cell already because of maybe some crazy
# clustered message queue weirdness.
if inst_mapping and inst_mapping.cell_mapping is not None:
LOG.error('When attempting to bury instance in cell0, the '
'instance is already mapped to cell %s. Ignoring '
'bury in cell0 attempt.',
inst_mapping.cell_mapping.identity,
instance=instance)
continue
with obj_target_cell(instance, cell0) as cctxt:
instance.create()
if inst_mapping:
inst_mapping.cell_mapping = cell0
inst_mapping.save()
# Record an instance action with a failed event.
self._create_instance_action_for_cell0(
cctxt, instance, exc)
# NOTE(mnaser): In order to properly clean-up volumes after
# being buried in cell0, we need to store BDMs.
if block_device_mapping:
self._create_block_device_mapping(
cell0, instance.flavor, instance.uuid,
block_device_mapping)
self._create_tags(cctxt, instance.uuid, tags)
# Use the context targeted to cell0 here since the instance is
# now in cell0.
self._set_vm_state_and_notify(
cctxt, instance.uuid, 'build_instances', updates,
exc, request_spec)
for build_request in build_requests:
try:
build_request.destroy()
except exception.BuildRequestNotFound:
# Instance was deleted before we finished scheduling
inst = instances_by_uuid[build_request.instance_uuid]
with obj_target_cell(inst, cell0):
inst.destroy()
def _fill_provider_mapping(
self, context, instance_uuid, request_spec, host_selection):
"""Fills out the request group - resource provider mapping in the
request spec.
This is a workaround as placement does not return which RP
fulfills which granular request group in the allocation candidate
request. There is a spec proposing a solution in placement:
https://review.openstack.org/#/c/597601/
When that spec is implemented then this function can be
replaced with a simpler code that copies the group - RP
mapping out from the Selection object returned by the scheduler's
select_destinations call.
:param context: The security context
:param instance_uuid: The UUID of the instance for which the provider
mapping is filled
:param request_spec: The RequestSpec object associated with the
operation
:param host_selection: The Selection object returned by the scheduler
for this operation
"""
# Exit early if this request spec does not require mappings.
if not request_spec.maps_requested_resources:
return
# Technically out-of-tree scheduler drivers can still not create
# allocations in placement but if request_spec.maps_requested_resources
# is not empty and the scheduling succeeded then placement has to be
# involved
ar = jsonutils.loads(host_selection.allocation_request)
allocs = ar['allocations']
# TODO(mriedem): Short-term we can optimize this by passing a cache by
# reference of the RP->traits mapping because if we are processing
# a multi-create request we could have the same RPs being used for
# multiple instances and avoid duplicate calls. Long-term we could
# stash the RP->traits mapping on the Selection object since we can
# pull the traits for each provider from the GET /allocation_candidates
# response in the scheduler (or leverage the change from the spec
# mentioned in the docstring above).
provider_traits = {
rp_uuid: self.report_client.get_provider_traits(
context, rp_uuid).traits
for rp_uuid in allocs}
# NOTE(gibi): The allocs dict is in the format of the PUT /allocations
# and that format can change. The current format can be detected from
# host_selection.allocation_request_version
request_spec.map_requested_resources_to_providers(
allocs, provider_traits)
def schedule_and_build_instances(self, context, build_requests,
request_specs, image,
admin_password, injected_files,
requested_networks, block_device_mapping,
tags=None):
# Add all the UUIDs for the instances
instance_uuids = [spec.instance_uuid for spec in request_specs]
try:
host_lists = self._schedule_instances(context, request_specs[0],
instance_uuids, return_alternates=True)
except Exception as exc:
LOG.exception('Failed to schedule instances')
self._bury_in_cell0(context, request_specs[0], exc,
build_requests=build_requests,
block_device_mapping=block_device_mapping,
tags=tags)
return
host_mapping_cache = {}
cell_mapping_cache = {}
instances = []
host_az = {} # host=az cache to optimize multi-create
for (build_request, request_spec, host_list) in six.moves.zip(
build_requests, request_specs, host_lists):
instance = build_request.get_new_instance(context)
# host_list is a list of one or more Selection objects, the first
# of which has been selected and its resources claimed.
host = host_list[0]
# Convert host from the scheduler into a cell record
if host.service_host not in host_mapping_cache:
try:
host_mapping = objects.HostMapping.get_by_host(
context, host.service_host)
host_mapping_cache[host.service_host] = host_mapping
except exception.HostMappingNotFound as exc:
LOG.error('No host-to-cell mapping found for selected '
'host %(host)s. Setup is incomplete.',
{'host': host.service_host})
self._bury_in_cell0(
context, request_spec, exc,
build_requests=[build_request], instances=[instance],
block_device_mapping=block_device_mapping,
tags=tags)
# This is a placeholder in case the quota recheck fails.
instances.append(None)
continue
else:
host_mapping = host_mapping_cache[host.service_host]
cell = host_mapping.cell_mapping
# Before we create the instance, let's make one final check that
# the build request is still around and wasn't deleted by the user
# already.
try:
objects.BuildRequest.get_by_instance_uuid(
context, instance.uuid)
except exception.BuildRequestNotFound:
# the build request is gone so we're done for this instance
LOG.debug('While scheduling instance, the build request '
'was already deleted.', instance=instance)
# This is a placeholder in case the quota recheck fails.
instances.append(None)
self.report_client.delete_allocation_for_instance(
context, instance.uuid)
continue
else:
if host.service_host not in host_az:
host_az[host.service_host] = (
availability_zones.get_host_availability_zone(
context, host.service_host))
instance.availability_zone = host_az[host.service_host]
with obj_target_cell(instance, cell):
instance.create()
instances.append(instance)
cell_mapping_cache[instance.uuid] = cell
# NOTE(melwitt): We recheck the quota after creating the
# objects to prevent users from allocating more resources
# than their allowed quota in the event of a race. This is
# configurable because it can be expensive if strict quota
# limits are not required in a deployment.
if CONF.quota.recheck_quota:
try:
compute_utils.check_num_instances_quota(
context, instance.flavor, 0, 0,
orig_num_req=len(build_requests))
except exception.TooManyInstances as exc:
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception():
self._cleanup_build_artifacts(context, exc, instances,
build_requests,
request_specs,
block_device_mapping, tags,
cell_mapping_cache)
zipped = six.moves.zip(build_requests, request_specs, host_lists,
instances)
for (build_request, request_spec, host_list, instance) in zipped:
if instance is None:
# Skip placeholders that were buried in cell0 or had their
# build requests deleted by the user before instance create.
continue
cell = cell_mapping_cache[instance.uuid]
# host_list is a list of one or more Selection objects, the first
# of which has been selected and its resources claimed.
host = host_list.pop(0)
alts = [(alt.service_host, alt.nodename) for alt in host_list]
LOG.debug("Selected host: %s; Selected node: %s; Alternates: %s",
host.service_host, host.nodename, alts, instance=instance)
filter_props = request_spec.to_legacy_filter_properties_dict()
scheduler_utils.populate_retry(filter_props, instance.uuid)
scheduler_utils.populate_filter_properties(filter_props,
host)
# Now that we have a selected host (which has claimed resource
# allocations in the scheduler) for this instance, we may need to
# map allocations to resource providers in the request spec.
try:
self._fill_provider_mapping(
context, instance.uuid, request_spec, host)
except Exception as exc:
# If anything failed here we need to cleanup and bail out.
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception():
self._cleanup_build_artifacts(
context, exc, instances, build_requests, request_specs,
block_device_mapping, tags, cell_mapping_cache)
# TODO(melwitt): Maybe we should set_target_cell on the contexts
# once we map to a cell, and remove these separate with statements.
with obj_target_cell(instance, cell) as cctxt:
# send a state update notification for the initial create to
# show it going from non-existent to BUILDING
# This can lazy-load attributes on instance.
notifications.send_update_with_states(cctxt, instance, None,
vm_states.BUILDING, None, None, service="conductor")
objects.InstanceAction.action_start(
cctxt, instance.uuid, instance_actions.CREATE,
want_result=False)
instance_bdms = self._create_block_device_mapping(
cell, instance.flavor, instance.uuid, block_device_mapping)
instance_tags = self._create_tags(cctxt, instance.uuid, tags)
# TODO(Kevin Zheng): clean this up once instance.create() handles
# tags; we do this so the instance.create notification in
# build_and_run_instance in nova-compute doesn't lazy-load tags
instance.tags = instance_tags if instance_tags \
else objects.TagList()
# Update mapping for instance.
self._map_instance_to_cell(context, instance, cell)
if not self._delete_build_request(
context, build_request, instance, cell, instance_bdms,
instance_tags):
# The build request was deleted before/during scheduling so
# the instance is gone and we don't have anything to build for
# this one.
continue
# NOTE(danms): Compute RPC expects security group names or ids
# not objects, so convert this to a list of names until we can
# pass the objects.
legacy_secgroups = [s.identifier
for s in request_spec.security_groups]
with obj_target_cell(instance, cell) as cctxt:
self.compute_rpcapi.build_and_run_instance(
cctxt, instance=instance, image=image,
request_spec=request_spec,
filter_properties=filter_props,
admin_password=admin_password,
injected_files=injected_files,
requested_networks=requested_networks,
security_groups=legacy_secgroups,
block_device_mapping=instance_bdms,
host=host.service_host, node=host.nodename,
limits=host.limits, host_list=host_list)
@staticmethod
def _map_instance_to_cell(context, instance, cell):
"""Update the instance mapping to point at the given cell.
During initial scheduling once a host and cell is selected in which
to build the instance this method is used to update the instance
mapping to point at that cell.
:param context: nova auth RequestContext
:param instance: Instance object being built
:param cell: CellMapping representing the cell in which the instance
was created and is being built.
:returns: InstanceMapping object that was updated.
"""
inst_mapping = objects.InstanceMapping.get_by_instance_uuid(
context, instance.uuid)
# Perform a final sanity check that the instance is not mapped
# to some other cell already because of maybe some crazy
# clustered message queue weirdness.
if inst_mapping.cell_mapping is not None:
LOG.error('During scheduling instance is already mapped to '
'another cell: %s. This should not happen and is an '
'indication of bigger problems. If you see this you '
'should report it to the nova team. Overwriting '
'the mapping to point at cell %s.',
inst_mapping.cell_mapping.identity, cell.identity,
instance=instance)
inst_mapping.cell_mapping = cell
inst_mapping.save()
return inst_mapping
def _cleanup_build_artifacts(self, context, exc, instances, build_requests,
request_specs, block_device_mappings, tags,
cell_mapping_cache):
for (instance, build_request, request_spec) in six.moves.zip(
instances, build_requests, request_specs):
# Skip placeholders that were buried in cell0 or had their
# build requests deleted by the user before instance create.
if instance is None:
continue
updates = {'vm_state': vm_states.ERROR, 'task_state': None}
cell = cell_mapping_cache[instance.uuid]
with try_target_cell(context, cell) as cctxt:
self._set_vm_state_and_notify(cctxt, instance.uuid,
'build_instances', updates, exc,
request_spec)
# In order to properly clean-up volumes when deleting a server in
# ERROR status with no host, we need to store BDMs in the same
# cell.
if block_device_mappings:
self._create_block_device_mapping(
cell, instance.flavor, instance.uuid,
block_device_mappings)
# Like BDMs, the server tags provided by the user when creating the
# server should be persisted in the same cell so they can be shown
# from the API.
if tags:
with nova_context.target_cell(context, cell) as cctxt:
self._create_tags(cctxt, instance.uuid, tags)
# NOTE(mdbooth): To avoid an incomplete instance record being
# returned by the API, the instance mapping must be
# created after the instance record is complete in
# the cell, and before the build request is
# destroyed.
# TODO(mnaser): The cell mapping should already be populated by
# this point to avoid setting it below here.
inst_mapping = objects.InstanceMapping.get_by_instance_uuid(
context, instance.uuid)
inst_mapping.cell_mapping = cell
inst_mapping.save()
# Be paranoid about artifacts being deleted underneath us.
try:
build_request.destroy()
except exception.BuildRequestNotFound:
pass
try:
request_spec.destroy()
except exception.RequestSpecNotFound:
pass
def _delete_build_request(self, context, build_request, instance, cell,
instance_bdms, instance_tags):
"""Delete a build request after creating the instance in the cell.
This method handles cleaning up the instance in case the build request
is already deleted by the time we try to delete it.
:param context: the context of the request being handled
:type context: nova.context.RequestContext
:param build_request: the build request to delete
:type build_request: nova.objects.BuildRequest
:param instance: the instance created from the build_request
:type instance: nova.objects.Instance
:param cell: the cell in which the instance was created
:type cell: nova.objects.CellMapping
:param instance_bdms: list of block device mappings for the instance
:type instance_bdms: nova.objects.BlockDeviceMappingList
:param instance_tags: list of tags for the instance
:type instance_tags: nova.objects.TagList
:returns: True if the build request was successfully deleted, False if
the build request was already deleted and the instance is now gone.
"""
try:
build_request.destroy()
except exception.BuildRequestNotFound:
# This indicates an instance deletion request has been
# processed, and the build should halt here. Clean up the
# bdm, tags and instance record.
with obj_target_cell(instance, cell) as cctxt:
with compute_utils.notify_about_instance_delete(
self.notifier, cctxt, instance,
source=fields.NotificationSource.CONDUCTOR):
try:
instance.destroy()
except exception.InstanceNotFound:
pass
except exception.ObjectActionError:
# NOTE(melwitt): Instance became scheduled during
# the destroy, "host changed". Refresh and re-destroy.
try:
instance.refresh()
instance.destroy()
except exception.InstanceNotFound:
pass
for bdm in instance_bdms:
with obj_target_cell(bdm, cell):
try:
bdm.destroy()
except exception.ObjectActionError:
pass
if instance_tags:
with try_target_cell(context, cell) as target_ctxt:
try:
objects.TagList.destroy(target_ctxt, instance.uuid)
except exception.InstanceNotFound:
pass
return False
return True