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Introduce mypy

This adds the "tox -e mypy" environment which works
the same way we have introduced mypy in Cinder.

Files added to mypy-files.txt are validated with mypy.

Change-Id: I6d09422dbdf5ea58661aad7a63c4d4d7a2839833
changes/29/786729/5
Eric Harney 8 months ago
parent
commit
f18a33b322
  1. 1
      lower-constraints.txt
  2. 8
      mypy-files.txt
  3. 2
      os_brick/encryptors/luks.py
  4. 3
      os_brick/executor.py
  5. 12
      os_brick/initiator/connectors/base.py
  6. 89
      os_brick/initiator/connectors/iscsi.py
  7. 26
      os_brick/initiator/linuxscsi.py
  8. 14
      os_brick/remotefs/remotefs.py
  9. 12
      setup.cfg
  10. 1
      test-requirements.txt
  11. 24
      tools/mypywrap.sh
  12. 6
      tox.ini

1
lower-constraints.txt

@ -24,6 +24,7 @@ keystoneauth1==4.2.1
linecache2==1.0.0
lxml==4.5.2
msgpack==1.0.0
mypy==0.782
netaddr==0.8.0
netifaces==0.10.9
os-client-config==1.28.0

8
mypy-files.txt

@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
os_brick/executor.py
os_brick/initiator/linuxscsi.py
os_brick/initiator/connectors/base.py
os_brick/initiator/connectors/base_iscsi.py
os_brick/initiator/connectors/iscsi.py
os_brick/remotefs/remotefs.py
os_brick/initiator/linuxrbd.py
os_brick/encryptors/luks.py

2
os_brick/encryptors/luks.py

@ -224,7 +224,7 @@ class Luks2Encryptor(LuksEncryptor):
connection_info=connection_info,
keymgr=keymgr,
execute=execute,
*args, **kwargs)
*args, **kwargs) # type: ignore
def _format_volume(self, passphrase, **kwargs):
"""Creates a LUKS v2 header on the volume.

3
os_brick/executor.py

@ -19,6 +19,7 @@
"""
import threading
from typing import Tuple
from oslo_concurrency import processutils as putils
from oslo_context import context as context_utils
@ -47,7 +48,7 @@ class Executor(object):
if value:
setattr(exc, field, cls.safe_decode(value))
def _execute(self, *args, **kwargs):
def _execute(self, *args, **kwargs) -> Tuple[str, str]:
try:
result = self.__execute(*args, **kwargs)
if result:

12
os_brick/initiator/connectors/base.py

@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
class BaseLinuxConnector(initiator_connector.InitiatorConnector):
os_type = initiator.OS_TYPE_LINUX
def __init__(self, root_helper, driver=None, execute=None,
def __init__(self, root_helper: str, driver=None, execute=None,
*args, **kwargs):
self._linuxscsi = linuxscsi.LinuxSCSI(root_helper, execute=execute)
@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ class BaseLinuxConnector(initiator_connector.InitiatorConnector):
*args, **kwargs)
@staticmethod
def get_connector_properties(root_helper, *args, **kwargs):
def get_connector_properties(root_helper: str, *args, **kwargs) -> dict:
"""The generic connector properties."""
multipath = kwargs['multipath']
enforce_multipath = kwargs['enforce_multipath']
@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ class BaseLinuxConnector(initiator_connector.InitiatorConnector):
return props
def check_valid_device(self, path, run_as_root=True):
def check_valid_device(self, path: str, run_as_root: bool = True) -> bool:
cmd = ('dd', 'if=%(path)s' % {"path": path},
'of=/dev/null', 'count=1')
out, info = None, None
@ -85,8 +85,10 @@ class BaseLinuxConnector(initiator_connector.InitiatorConnector):
return volumes
def _discover_mpath_device(self, device_wwn, connection_properties,
device_name):
def _discover_mpath_device(self,
device_wwn: str,
connection_properties: dict,
device_name: str) -> tuple:
"""This method discovers a multipath device.
Discover a multipath device based on a defined connection_property

89
os_brick/initiator/connectors/iscsi.py

@ -13,12 +13,13 @@
# under the License.
import collections
from collections import defaultdict
import copy
import glob
import os
import re
import time
from typing import List, Tuple # noqa: H301
from oslo_concurrency import lockutils
from oslo_concurrency import processutils as putils
@ -47,20 +48,21 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
'cxgb4i', 'qla4xxx', 'ocs', 'iser', 'tcp']
VALID_SESSIONS_PREFIX = ('tcp:', 'iser:')
def __init__(self, root_helper, driver=None,
execute=None, use_multipath=False,
device_scan_attempts=initiator.DEVICE_SCAN_ATTEMPTS_DEFAULT,
transport='default', *args, **kwargs):
def __init__(
self, root_helper: str, driver=None,
execute=None, use_multipath: bool = False,
device_scan_attempts: int = initiator.DEVICE_SCAN_ATTEMPTS_DEFAULT,
transport='default', *args, **kwargs):
super(ISCSIConnector, self).__init__(
root_helper, driver=driver,
execute=execute,
device_scan_attempts=device_scan_attempts,
transport=transport, *args, **kwargs)
self.use_multipath = use_multipath
self.transport = self._validate_iface_transport(transport)
transport=transport, *args, **kwargs) # type: ignore
self.use_multipath: bool = use_multipath
self.transport: str = self._validate_iface_transport(transport)
@staticmethod
def get_connector_properties(root_helper, *args, **kwargs):
def get_connector_properties(root_helper: str, *args, **kwargs) -> dict:
"""The iSCSI connector properties."""
props = {}
iscsi = ISCSIConnector(root_helper=root_helper,
@ -71,11 +73,11 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
return props
def get_search_path(self):
def get_search_path(self) -> str:
"""Where do we look for iSCSI based volumes."""
return '/dev/disk/by-path'
def get_volume_paths(self, connection_properties):
def get_volume_paths(self, connection_properties: dict) -> list:
"""Get the list of existing paths for a volume.
This method's job is to simply report what might/should
@ -87,7 +89,7 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
of the target volume attributes.
:type connection_properties: dict
"""
volume_paths = []
volume_paths: list = []
# if there are no sessions, then target_portal won't exist
if (('target_portal' not in connection_properties) and
@ -106,7 +108,7 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
return volume_paths
def _get_iscsi_sessions_full(self):
def _get_iscsi_sessions_full(self) -> List[tuple]:
"""Get iSCSI session information as a list of tuples.
Uses iscsiadm -m session and from a command output like
@ -124,7 +126,7 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
# Parse and clean the output from iscsiadm, which is in the form of:
# transport_name: [session_id] ip_address:port,tpgt iqn node_type
lines = []
lines: List[tuple] = []
for line in out.splitlines():
if line:
info = line.split()
@ -133,7 +135,7 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
lines.append((info[0], sid, portal, tpgt, info[3]))
return lines
def _get_iscsi_nodes(self):
def _get_iscsi_nodes(self) -> List[tuple]:
"""Get iSCSI node information (portal, iqn) as a list of tuples.
Uses iscsiadm -m node and from a command output like
@ -151,8 +153,8 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
return []
# Parse and clean the output from iscsiadm which is in the form of:
# ip_addresss:port,tpgt iqn
lines = []
# ip_address:port,tpgt iqn
lines: List[tuple] = []
for line in out.splitlines():
if line:
info = line.split()
@ -162,13 +164,15 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
pass
return lines
def _get_iscsi_sessions(self):
def _get_iscsi_sessions(self) -> list:
"""Return portals for all existing sessions."""
# entry: [tcp, [1], 192.168.121.250:3260,1 ...]
return [entry[2] for entry in self._get_iscsi_sessions_full()]
def _get_ips_iqns_luns(self, connection_properties, discover=True,
is_disconnect_call=False):
def _get_ips_iqns_luns(self,
connection_properties: dict,
discover: bool = True,
is_disconnect_call: bool = False):
"""Build a list of ips, iqns, and luns.
Used when doing singlepath and multipath, and we have 4 cases:
@ -236,7 +240,8 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
return ips_iqns_luns
def _get_potential_volume_paths(self, connection_properties):
def _get_potential_volume_paths(self,
connection_properties: dict) -> List[str]:
"""Build a list of potential volume paths that exist.
Given a list of target_portals in the connection_properties,
@ -279,7 +284,7 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
super(ISCSIConnector, self).set_execute(execute)
self._linuxscsi.set_execute(execute)
def _validate_iface_transport(self, transport_iface):
def _validate_iface_transport(self, transport_iface: str) -> str:
"""Check that given iscsi_iface uses only supported transports
Accepted transport names for provided iface param are
@ -318,10 +323,11 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
transport_iface)
return 'default'
def _get_transport(self):
def _get_transport(self) -> str:
return self.transport
def _get_discoverydb_portals(self, connection_properties):
def _get_discoverydb_portals(self,
connection_properties: dict) -> List[tuple]:
"""Retrieve iscsi portals information from the discoverydb.
Example of discoverydb command output:
@ -394,7 +400,7 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
luns = self._get_luns(connection_properties, iqns)
return list(zip(ips, iqns, luns))
def _discover_iscsi_portals(self, connection_properties):
def _discover_iscsi_portals(self, connection_properties: dict) -> list:
out = None
iscsi_transport = ('iser' if self._get_transport() == 'iser'
else 'default')
@ -469,7 +475,7 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
@utils.trace
@synchronized('extend_volume')
def extend_volume(self, connection_properties):
def extend_volume(self, connection_properties: dict):
"""Update the local kernel's size information.
Try and update the local kernel's size information
@ -492,7 +498,7 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
@utils.trace
@synchronized('connect_volume')
def connect_volume(self, connection_properties):
def connect_volume(self, connection_properties: dict):
"""Attach the volume to instance_name.
NOTE: Will retry up to three times to handle the case where c-vol
@ -582,7 +588,8 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
break
time.sleep(1)
else:
LOG.debug('Could not find the WWN for %s.', found_devs[0])
LOG.debug('Could not find the WWN for %s.',
found_devs[0]) # type: ignore
return self._get_connect_result(connection_properties,
wwn, found_devs)
@ -709,9 +716,10 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
was the first time this volume was seen here.
"""
wwn = mpath = None
wwn_added = last_try_on = False
found = []
just_added_devices = []
wwn_added = False
last_try_on = 0.0
found: list = []
just_added_devices: list = []
# Dict used to communicate with threads as detailed in _connect_vol
data = {'stop_connecting': False, 'num_logins': 0, 'failed_logins': 0,
'stopped_threads': 0, 'found_devices': found,
@ -834,7 +842,7 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
if s[0] in self.VALID_SESSIONS_PREFIX}
# device_map will keep a tuple with devices from the connection and
# others that don't belong to this connection" (belong, others)
device_map = collections.defaultdict(lambda: (set(), set()))
device_map: defaultdict = defaultdict(lambda: (set(), set()))
for ip, iqn, lun in ips_iqns_luns:
session = sessions_map.get((ip, iqn))
@ -933,13 +941,16 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
was_multipath = (path_used.startswith('/dev/dm-') or
'mpath' in path_used)
multipath_name = self._linuxscsi.remove_connection(
remove_devices, force, exc, path_used, was_multipath)
remove_devices, force,
exc, path_used, was_multipath) # type: ignore
# Disconnect sessions and remove nodes that are left without devices
disconnect = [conn for conn, (__, keep) in devices_map.items()
if not keep]
# The "type:" comment works around mypy issue #6647
self._disconnect_connection(connection_properties, disconnect, force,
exc)
exc) # type:ignore
# If flushing the multipath failed before, try now after we have
# removed the devices and we may have even logged off (only reaches
@ -949,11 +960,11 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
'devices.', multipath_name)
self._linuxscsi.flush_multipath_device(multipath_name)
if exc:
if exc: # type: ignore
LOG.warning('There were errors removing %s, leftovers may remain '
'in the system', remove_devices)
if not ignore_errors:
raise exc
raise exc # type: ignore
def _munge_portal(self, target):
"""Remove brackets from portal.
@ -1133,7 +1144,7 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
{'out': out, 'err': err})
return (out, err)
def _run_iscsiadm_bare(self, iscsi_command, **kwargs):
def _run_iscsiadm_bare(self, iscsi_command, **kwargs) -> Tuple[str, str]:
check_exit_code = kwargs.pop('check_exit_code', 0)
(out, err) = self._execute('iscsiadm',
*iscsi_command,
@ -1164,8 +1175,8 @@ class ISCSIConnector(base.BaseLinuxConnector, base_iscsi.BaseISCSIConnector):
['-m', 'node', '--op', 'show', '-p',
connection_properties['target_portal']],
check_exit_code=(0, 21)) or ""
node_values = out.strip()
node_values = node_values.split("\n")
node_values_str = out.strip()
node_values = node_values_str.split("\n")
iqn = None
startup = None
startup_values = {}

26
os_brick/initiator/linuxscsi.py

@ -20,6 +20,7 @@ import glob
import os
import re
import time
from typing import Dict, List, Optional # noqa: H301
from oslo_concurrency import processutils as putils
from oslo_log import log as logging
@ -42,7 +43,7 @@ class LinuxSCSI(executor.Executor):
# As found in drivers/scsi/scsi_lib.c
WWN_TYPES = {'t10.': '1', 'eui.': '2', 'naa.': '3'}
def echo_scsi_command(self, path, content):
def echo_scsi_command(self, path, content) -> None:
"""Used to echo strings to scsi subsystem."""
args = ["-a", path]
@ -51,7 +52,7 @@ class LinuxSCSI(executor.Executor):
root_helper=self._root_helper)
self._execute('tee', *args, **kwargs)
def get_name_from_path(self, path):
def get_name_from_path(self, path) -> Optional[str]:
"""Translates /dev/disk/by-path/ entry to /dev/sdX."""
name = os.path.realpath(path)
@ -60,8 +61,11 @@ class LinuxSCSI(executor.Executor):
else:
return None
def remove_scsi_device(self, device, force=False, exc=None,
flush=True):
def remove_scsi_device(self,
device: str,
force: bool = False,
exc=None,
flush: bool = True) -> None:
"""Removes a scsi device based upon /dev/sdX name."""
path = "/sys/block/%s/device/delete" % device.replace("/dev/", "")
if os.path.exists(path):
@ -76,7 +80,7 @@ class LinuxSCSI(executor.Executor):
with exc.context(force, 'Removing %s failed', device):
self.echo_scsi_command(path, "1")
def wait_for_volumes_removal(self, volumes_names):
def wait_for_volumes_removal(self, volumes_names: List[str]) -> None:
"""Wait for device paths to be removed from the system."""
str_names = ', '.join(volumes_names)
LOG.debug('Checking to see if SCSI volumes %s have been removed.',
@ -99,7 +103,7 @@ class LinuxSCSI(executor.Executor):
LOG.debug('%s still exist.', ', '.join(exist))
raise exception.VolumePathNotRemoved(volume_path=exist)
def get_device_info(self, device):
def get_device_info(self, device: str) -> Dict[str, Optional[str]]:
dev_info = {'device': device, 'host': None,
'channel': None, 'id': None, 'lun': None}
# The input argument 'device' can be of 2 types:
@ -126,7 +130,7 @@ class LinuxSCSI(executor.Executor):
LOG.debug('dev_info=%s', str(dev_info))
return dev_info
def get_sysfs_wwn(self, device_names, mpath=None):
def get_sysfs_wwn(self, device_names, mpath=None) -> str:
"""Return the wwid from sysfs in any of devices in udev format."""
# If we have a multipath DM we know that it has found the WWN
if mpath:
@ -201,7 +205,9 @@ class LinuxSCSI(executor.Executor):
return out.strip()
@staticmethod
def is_multipath_running(enforce_multipath, root_helper, execute=None):
def is_multipath_running(enforce_multipath,
root_helper,
execute=None) -> bool:
try:
if execute is None:
execute = priv_rootwrap.execute
@ -495,8 +501,8 @@ class LinuxSCSI(executor.Executor):
cmd='multipath -l %s' % device)
if out:
lines = out.strip()
lines = lines.split("\n")
lines_str = out.strip()
lines = lines_str.split("\n")
lines = [line for line in lines
if not re.match(MULTIPATH_ERROR_REGEX, line) and
len(line)]

14
os_brick/remotefs/remotefs.py

@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ class RemoteFsClient(executor.Executor):
def __init__(self, mount_type, root_helper,
execute=None, *args, **kwargs):
super(RemoteFsClient, self).__init__(root_helper, execute=execute,
*args, **kwargs)
*args, **kwargs) # type: ignore
mount_type_to_option_prefix = {
'nfs': 'nfs',
@ -52,7 +52,9 @@ class RemoteFsClient(executor.Executor):
self._mount_type = mount_type
option_prefix = mount_type_to_option_prefix[mount_type]
self._mount_base = kwargs.get(option_prefix + '_mount_point_base')
self._mount_base: str
self._mount_base = kwargs.get(option_prefix +
'_mount_point_base') # type: ignore
if not self._mount_base:
raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(
err=_('%s_mount_point_base required') % option_prefix)
@ -72,7 +74,7 @@ class RemoteFsClient(executor.Executor):
return md5(base_str,
usedforsecurity=False).hexdigest()
def get_mount_point(self, device_name):
def get_mount_point(self, device_name: str):
"""Get Mount Point.
:param device_name: example 172.18.194.100:/var/nfs
@ -197,9 +199,9 @@ class RemoteFsClient(executor.Executor):
class ScalityRemoteFsClient(RemoteFsClient):
def __init__(self, mount_type, root_helper,
execute=None, *args, **kwargs):
super(ScalityRemoteFsClient, self).__init__(mount_type, root_helper,
execute=execute,
*args, **kwargs)
super(ScalityRemoteFsClient, self).__init__(
mount_type, root_helper, execute=execute,
*args, **kwargs) # type: ignore
self._mount_type = mount_type
self._mount_base = kwargs.get(
'scality_mount_point_base', "").rstrip('/')

12
setup.cfg

@ -31,3 +31,15 @@ data_files =
tag_build =
tag_date = 0
tag_svn_revision = 0
[mypy]
show_column_numbers = true
show_error_context = true
ignore_missing_imports = true
follow_imports = skip
incremental = true
check_untyped_defs = true
warn_unused_ignores = true
show_error_codes = true
pretty = true
html_report = mypy-report

1
test-requirements.txt

@ -16,3 +16,4 @@ pycodestyle==2.6.0 # MIT
doc8>=0.8.1 # Apache-2.0
fixtures>=3.0.0 # Apache-2.0/BSD
bandit>=1.6.0,<1.7.0 # Apache-2.0
mypy>=0.782 # MIT

24
tools/mypywrap.sh

@ -0,0 +1,24 @@
#!/bin/sh
#
# A wrapper around mypy that allows us to specify what files to run 'mypy' type
# checks on. Intended to be invoked via tox:
#
# tox -e mypy
#
# Eventually this should go away once we have either converted everything or
# converted enough and ignored [1] the rest.
#
# [1] http://mypy.readthedocs.io/en/latest/config_file.html#per-module-flags
ROOT_DIR="$( cd "$( dirname "${BASH_SOURCE[0]}" )" && pwd )"
export MYPYPATH=$ROOT_DIR/../os_brick/tests/stubs/
if [ $# -eq 0 ]; then
# if no arguments provided, use the standard converted lists
lines=$(grep -v '#' $ROOT_DIR/../mypy-files.txt)
python -m mypy ${lines[@]}
else
# else test what the user asked us to
python -m mypy $@
fi

6
tox.ini

@ -143,3 +143,9 @@ deps =
-c{toxinidir}/lower-constraints.txt
-r{toxinidir}/test-requirements.txt
-r{toxinidir}/requirements.txt
[testenv:mypy]
description =
Run type checks.
commands =
bash tools/mypywrap.sh {posargs}
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