Load Balancing as a Service (LBaaS) for OpenStack
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# ``upgrade-octavia``
echo "*********************************************************************"
echo "Begin $0"
echo "*********************************************************************"
# Clean up any resources that may be in use
cleanup() {
set +o errexit
echo "********************************************************************"
echo "ERROR: Abort $0"
echo "********************************************************************"
# Kill ourselves to signal any calling process
trap 2; kill -2 $$
}
trap cleanup SIGHUP SIGINT SIGTERM
# Keep track of the grenade directory
RUN_DIR=$(cd $(dirname "$0") && pwd)
# Source params
source $GRENADE_DIR/grenaderc
# Import common functions
source $GRENADE_DIR/functions
# This script exits on an error so that errors don't compound and you see
# only the first error that occurred.
set -o errexit
# Upgrade octavia
# ============
# Get functions from current DevStack
source $TARGET_DEVSTACK_DIR/stackrc
source $TARGET_DEVSTACK_DIR/lib/apache
source $TARGET_DEVSTACK_DIR/lib/tls
source $(dirname $(dirname $BASH_SOURCE))/settings
source $(dirname $(dirname $BASH_SOURCE))/plugin.sh
# Print the commands being run so that we can see the command that triggers
# an error. It is also useful for following allowing as the install occurs.
set -o xtrace
# Save current config files for posterity
[[ -d $SAVE_DIR/etc.octavia ]] || cp -pr $OCTAVIA_CONF_DIR $SAVE_DIR/etc.octavia
# Install the target octavia
octavia_lib_install
octavia_install
# calls upgrade-octavia for specific release
upgrade_project octavia $RUN_DIR $BASE_DEVSTACK_BRANCH $TARGET_DEVSTACK_BRANCH
# Migrate the database
octavia-db-manage upgrade head || die $LINO "DB migration error"
octavia_start
# Don't succeed unless the services come up
ensure_services_started o-api o-cw o-hm o-hk
set +o xtrace
echo "*********************************************************************"
echo "SUCCESS: End $0"
echo "*********************************************************************"