OpenStack library for messaging
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# Copyright 2010 United States Government as represented by the
# Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
# All Rights Reserved.
# Copyright 2013 Red Hat, Inc.
# Copyright (c) 2012 Rackspace Hosting
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
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__all__ = [
'DriverLoadFailure',
'InvalidTransportURL',
'Transport',
'TransportHost',
'TransportURL',
'get_transport',
'set_transport_defaults',
]
import six
from six.moves.urllib import parse
from stevedore import driver
from oslo.config import cfg
from oslo.messaging import exceptions
_transport_opts = [
cfg.StrOpt('transport_url',
help='A URL representing the messaging driver to use and its '
'full configuration. If not set, we fall back to the '
'rpc_backend option and driver specific configuration.'),
cfg.StrOpt('rpc_backend',
default='rabbit',
help='The messaging driver to use, defaults to rabbit. Other '
'drivers include qpid and zmq.'),
cfg.StrOpt('control_exchange',
default='openstack',
help='The default exchange under which topics are scoped. May '
'be overridden by an exchange name specified in the '
'transport_url option.'),
]
def set_transport_defaults(control_exchange):
"""Set defaults for messaging transport configuration options.
:param control_exchange: the default exchange under which topics are scoped
:type control_exchange: str
"""
cfg.set_defaults(_transport_opts,
control_exchange=control_exchange)
class Transport(object):
"""A messaging transport.
This is a mostly opaque handle for an underlying messaging transport
driver.
It has a single 'conf' property which is the cfg.ConfigOpts instance used
to construct the transport object.
"""
def __init__(self, driver):
self.conf = driver.conf
self._driver = driver
def _require_driver_features(self, requeue=False):
self._driver.require_features(requeue=requeue)
def _send(self, target, ctxt, message, wait_for_reply=None, timeout=None,
retry=None):
if not target.topic:
raise exceptions.InvalidTarget('A topic is required to send',
target)
return self._driver.send(target, ctxt, message,
wait_for_reply=wait_for_reply,
timeout=timeout, retry=retry)
def _send_notification(self, target, ctxt, message, version, retry=None):
if not target.topic:
raise exceptions.InvalidTarget('A topic is required to send',
target)
self._driver.send_notification(target, ctxt, message, version,
retry=retry)
def _listen(self, target):
if not (target.topic and target.server):
raise exceptions.InvalidTarget('A server\'s target must have '
'topic and server names specified',
target)
return self._driver.listen(target)
def _listen_for_notifications(self, targets_and_priorities):
for target, priority in targets_and_priorities:
if not target.topic:
raise exceptions.InvalidTarget('A target must have '
'topic specified',
target)
return self._driver.listen_for_notifications(targets_and_priorities)
def cleanup(self):
"""Release all resources associated with this transport."""
self._driver.cleanup()
class InvalidTransportURL(exceptions.MessagingException):
"""Raised if transport URL is invalid."""
def __init__(self, url, msg):
super(InvalidTransportURL, self).__init__(msg)
self.url = url
class DriverLoadFailure(exceptions.MessagingException):
"""Raised if a transport driver can't be loaded."""
def __init__(self, driver, ex):
msg = 'Failed to load transport driver "%s": %s' % (driver, ex)
super(DriverLoadFailure, self).__init__(msg)
self.driver = driver
self.ex = ex
def get_transport(conf, url=None, allowed_remote_exmods=None, aliases=None):
"""A factory method for Transport objects.
This method will construct a Transport object from transport configuration
gleaned from the user's configuration and, optionally, a transport URL.
If a transport URL is supplied as a parameter, any transport configuration
contained in it takes precedence. If no transport URL is supplied, but
there is a transport URL supplied in the user's configuration then that
URL will take the place of the URL parameter. In both cases, any
configuration not supplied in the transport URL may be taken from
individual configuration parameters in the user's configuration.
An example transport URL might be::
rabbit://me:passwd@host:5672/virtual_host
and can either be passed as a string or a TransportURL object.
:param conf: the user configuration
:type conf: cfg.ConfigOpts
:param url: a transport URL
:type url: str or TransportURL
:param allowed_remote_exmods: a list of modules which a client using this
transport will deserialize remote exceptions
from
:type allowed_remote_exmods: list
:param aliases: A map of transport alias to transport name
:type aliases: dict
"""
allowed_remote_exmods = allowed_remote_exmods or []
conf.register_opts(_transport_opts)
if not isinstance(url, TransportURL):
url = url or conf.transport_url
parsed = TransportURL.parse(conf, url, aliases)
if not parsed.transport:
raise InvalidTransportURL(url, 'No scheme specified in "%s"' % url)
url = parsed
kwargs = dict(default_exchange=conf.control_exchange,
allowed_remote_exmods=allowed_remote_exmods)
try:
mgr = driver.DriverManager('oslo.messaging.drivers',
url.transport,
invoke_on_load=True,
invoke_args=[conf, url],
invoke_kwds=kwargs)
except RuntimeError as ex:
raise DriverLoadFailure(url.transport, ex)
return Transport(mgr.driver)
class TransportHost(object):
"""A host element of a parsed transport URL."""
def __init__(self, hostname=None, port=None, username=None, password=None):
self.hostname = hostname
self.port = port
self.username = username
self.password = password
def __hash__(self):
return hash((self.hostname, self.port, self.username, self.password))
def __eq__(self, other):
return vars(self) == vars(other)
def __ne__(self, other):
return not self == other
def __repr__(self):
attrs = []
for a in ['hostname', 'port', 'username', 'password']:
v = getattr(self, a)
if v:
attrs.append((a, repr(v)))
values = ', '.join(['%s=%s' % i for i in attrs])
return '<TransportHost ' + values + '>'
class TransportURL(object):
"""A parsed transport URL.
Transport URLs take the form::
transport://user:pass@host1:port[,hostN:portN]/virtual_host
i.e. the scheme selects the transport driver, you may include multiple
hosts in netloc and the path part is a "virtual host" partition path.
:param conf: a ConfigOpts instance
:type conf: oslo.config.cfg.ConfigOpts
:param transport: a transport name for example 'rabbit' or 'qpid'
:type transport: str
:param virtual_host: a virtual host path for example '/'
:type virtual_host: str
:param hosts: a list of TransportHost objects
:type hosts: list
:param aliases: A map of transport alias to transport name
:type aliases: dict
"""
def __init__(self, conf, transport=None, virtual_host=None, hosts=None,
aliases=None):
self.conf = conf
self.conf.register_opts(_transport_opts)
self._transport = transport
self.virtual_host = virtual_host
if hosts is None:
self.hosts = []
else:
self.hosts = hosts
if aliases is None:
self.aliases = {}
else:
self.aliases = aliases
@property
def transport(self):
if self._transport is None:
transport = self.conf.rpc_backend
else:
transport = self._transport
return self.aliases.get(transport, transport)
@transport.setter
def transport(self, value):
self._transport = value
def __hash__(self):
return hash((tuple(self.hosts), self.transport, self.virtual_host))
def __eq__(self, other):
return (self.transport == other.transport and
self.virtual_host == other.virtual_host and
self.hosts == other.hosts)
def __ne__(self, other):
return not self == other
def __repr__(self):
attrs = []
for a in ['transport', 'virtual_host', 'hosts']:
v = getattr(self, a)
if v:
attrs.append((a, repr(v)))
values = ', '.join(['%s=%s' % i for i in attrs])
return '<TransportURL ' + values + '>'
def __str__(self):
netlocs = []
for host in self.hosts:
username = host.username
password = host.password
hostname = host.hostname
port = host.port
# Starting place for the network location
netloc = ''
# Build the username and password portion of the transport URL
if username is not None or password is not None:
if username is not None:
netloc += parse.quote(username, '')
if password is not None:
netloc += ':%s' % parse.quote(password, '')
netloc += '@'
# Build the network location portion of the transport URL
if hostname:
if ':' in hostname:
netloc += '[%s]' % hostname
else:
netloc += hostname
if port is not None:
netloc += ':%d' % port
netlocs.append(netloc)
# Assemble the transport URL
url = '%s://%s/' % (self.transport, ','.join(netlocs))
if self.virtual_host:
url += parse.quote(self.virtual_host)
return url
@classmethod
def parse(cls, conf, url, aliases=None):
"""Parse an url.
Assuming a URL takes the form of::
transport://user:pass@host1:port[,hostN:portN]/virtual_host
then parse the URL and return a TransportURL object.
Netloc is parsed following the sequence bellow:
* It is first split by ',' in order to support multiple hosts
* The last parsed username and password will be propagated to the rest
of hosts specified::
user:pass@host1:port1,host2:port2
[
{"username": "user", "password": "pass", "host": "host1:port1"},
{"username": "user", "password": "pass", "host": "host2:port2"}
]
* In order to avoid the above propagation, it is possible to alter the
order in which the hosts are specified or specify a set of fake
credentials using ",:@host2:port2"::
user:pass@host1:port1,:@host2:port2
[
{"username": "user", "password": "pass", "host": "host1:port1"},
{"username": "", "password": "", "host": "host2:port2"}
]
:param conf: a ConfigOpts instance
:type conf: oslo.config.cfg.ConfigOpts
:param url: The URL to parse
:type url: str
:param aliases: A map of transport alias to transport name
:type aliases: dict
:returns: A TransportURL
"""
if not url:
return cls(conf, aliases=aliases)
if not isinstance(url, six.string_types):
raise InvalidTransportURL(url, 'Wrong URL type')
url = parse.urlparse(url)
# Make sure there's not a query string; that could identify
# requirements we can't comply with (for example ssl), so reject it if
# it's present
if '?' in url.path or url.query:
raise InvalidTransportURL(url.geturl(),
"Cannot comply with query string in "
"transport URL")
virtual_host = None
if url.path.startswith('/'):
virtual_host = url.path[1:]
hosts = []
username = password = ''
for host in url.netloc.split(','):
if not host:
continue
hostname = host
username = password = port = None
if '@' in host:
username, hostname = host.split('@', 1)
if ':' in username:
username, password = username.split(':', 1)
if not hostname:
hostname = None
elif hostname.startswith('['):
# Find the closing ']' and extract the hostname
host_end = hostname.find(']')
if host_end < 0:
# NOTE(Vek): Identical to what Python 2.7's
# urlparse.urlparse() raises in this case
raise ValueError("Invalid IPv6 URL")
port_text = hostname[host_end:]
hostname = hostname[1:host_end]
# Now we need the port; this is compliant with how urlparse
# parses the port data
port = None
if ':' in port_text:
port = int(port_text.split(':', 1)[1])
elif ':' in hostname:
hostname, port = hostname.split(':', 1)
port = int(port)
hosts.append(TransportHost(hostname=hostname,
port=port,
username=username,
password=password))
return cls(conf, url.scheme, virtual_host, hosts, aliases)