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# == Class: nova::vncproxy
#
# Configures nova vnc proxy
#
# === Parameters:
#
# [*enabled*]
# (optional) Whether to run the vncproxy service
# Defaults to true
#
# [*manage_service*]
# (optional) Whether to start/stop the service
# Defaults to true
#
# [*host*]
# (optional) Host on which to listen for incoming requests
# Defaults to '0.0.0.0'
#
# [*port*]
# (optional) Port on which to listen for incoming requests
# Defaults to '6080'
#
# [*ensure_package*]
# (optional) The state of the nova-novncproxy package
# Defaults to 'present'
#
# [*vncproxy_protocol*]
# (optional) The protocol to communicate with the VNC proxy server
# Defaults to 'http'
#
# [*vncproxy_path*]
# (optional) The path at the end of the uri for communication with the VNC
# proxy server
# Defaults to '/vnc_auto.html'
#
# [*allow_noauth*]
# (optional) Whether connections to unauthenticated/unencrypted VNC servers
# are permitted.
# Defaults to true
#
# [*allow_vencrypt*]
# (optional) Whether connections to VNC servers supporting vencrypt are
# permitted.
# Defaults to false
#
# [*vencrypt_key*]
# (optional) path to the private key to use when connecting to VNC servers
# supporting vencrypt
# Required when allow_vencrypt is true.
# Defaults to undef
#
# [*vencrypt_cert*]
# (optional) path to the certifiate to use when connecting to VNC servers
# supporting vencrypt
# Required when allow_vencrypt is true.
# Defaults to undef
#
# [*vencrypt_ca*]
# (optional) path to the certificate authority cert to use when connecting
# to VNC servers that supporting vencrypt
# Required when allow_vencrypt is true.
# Defaults to undef
#
class nova::vncproxy(
$enabled = true,
$manage_service = true,
$vncproxy_protocol = 'http',
$host = '0.0.0.0',
$port = '6080',
$vncproxy_path = '/vnc_auto.html',
$ensure_package = 'present',
$allow_noauth = true,
$allow_vencrypt = false,
$vencrypt_key = undef,
$vencrypt_cert = undef,
$vencrypt_ca = undef,
) {
include nova::deps
include nova::params
if (!$allow_noauth and !$allow_vencrypt) {
fail('Either allow_noauth or allow_vencrypt must be true')
}
if $allow_vencrypt {
if (!$vencrypt_ca or !$vencrypt_cert or !$vencrypt_key) {
fail('vencrypt_ca/cert/key params are required when allow_vencrypt is true')
}
nova_config {
'vnc/vencrypt_ca_certs': value => $vencrypt_ca;
'vnc/vencrypt_client_cert': value => $vencrypt_cert;
'vnc/vencrypt_client_key': value => $vencrypt_key;
}
if $allow_noauth {
$auth_schemes = 'vencrypt,none'
} else {
$auth_schemes = 'vencrypt'
}
} else {
$auth_schemes = 'none'
}
# Nodes running novncproxy do *not* need (and in fact, don't care)
# about [vnc]/enable to be set. This setting is for compute nodes,
# where we must select VNC or SPICE so that it can be passed on to
# libvirt which passes it as parameter when starting VMs with KVM.
# Therefore, this setting is set within compute.pp only.
nova_config {
'vnc/novncproxy_host': value => $host;
'vnc/novncproxy_port': value => $port;
'vnc/auth_schemes': value => $auth_schemes;
}
# The Debian package needs some scheduling:
# 1/ Install the packagin
# 2/ Fix /etc/default/nova-consoleproxy
# 3/ Start the service
# Other OS don't need this scheduling and can use
# the standard nova::generic_service
if $::os_package_type == 'debian' {
if $enabled {
file_line { '/etc/default/nova-consoleproxy:NOVA_CONSOLE_PROXY_TYPE':
path => '/etc/default/nova-consoleproxy',
match => '^NOVA_CONSOLE_PROXY_TYPE=(.*)$',
line => 'NOVA_CONSOLE_PROXY_TYPE=novnc',
tag => 'nova-consoleproxy',
require => Anchor['nova::config::begin'],
notify => Anchor['nova::config::end'],
}
}
}
nova::generic_service { 'vncproxy':
enabled => $enabled,
manage_service => $manage_service,
package_name => $::nova::params::vncproxy_package_name,
service_name => $::nova::params::vncproxy_service_name,
ensure_package => $ensure_package,
}
}