Move verify-ipv6-only-deployments

from Tempest to DevStack as it tests DevStack side of things and
is useful for projects not using Tempest.

This is part 2 of 2.
The 1st part is DevStack-side, in Depends-On.

The script is left calling out to devstack because legacy (dsvm)
jobs rely on its presence.

Depends-On: Ie166730843f874b9c99e37244e460d7ad33b7eeb
Change-Id: I6fa17ae413f106453303c4882925573bd8e05029
Radosław Piliszek 2 years ago
parent aafb5900e7
commit 151cd7b9ac

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# IPv6 only env for example Devstack IPv6 settings and services listen
# address is IPv6 etc. This is invoked before tests are run so that we can
# fail early if anything missing the IPv6 settings or deployments.
- ipv6-only-deployments-verification
- devstack-ipv6-only-deployments-verification
- run-tempest

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Verify the IPv6-only deployments
This role needs to be invoked from a playbook that
run tests. This role verifies the IPv6 setting on
devstack side and devstack deploy services on IPv6.
This role is invoked before tests are run so that
if any missing IPv6 setting or deployments can fail
the job early.
**Role Variables**
.. zuul:rolevar:: devstack_base_dir
:default: /opt/stack
The devstack base directory.

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- name: Verify the ipv6-only deployments
become: true
become_user: stack
shell: "{{ devstack_base_dir }}/tempest/tools/"

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# NOTE(gmann): This script is used in 'devstack-tempest-ipv6' zuul job to verify that
# services are deployed on IPv6 properly or not. This will capture if any devstck or devstack
# plugins are missing the required setting to listen on IPv6 address. This is run as part of
# run phase of zuul job and before test run. Child job of 'devstack-tempest-ipv6'
# can expand the IPv6 verification specific to project by defining the new post-run script which
# will run along with this base script.
# If there are more common verification for IPv6 then we can always extent this script.
# Keep track of the DevStack directory
TOP_DIR=$(cd $(dirname "$0")/../../devstack && pwd)
source $TOP_DIR/stackrc
source $TOP_DIR/openrc admin admin
# NOTE(yoctozepto): This scripts lives now in devstack where it belongs.
# It is kept here for the legacy (dsvm) jobs which look for it in tempest still.
# TODO: Drop it when no legacy jobs use the master tempest.
function verify_devstack_ipv6_setting {
local _service_host=''
_service_host=$(echo $SERVICE_HOST | tr -d [])
local _host_ipv6=''
_host_ipv6=$(echo $HOST_IPV6 | tr -d [])
local _service_listen_address=''
_service_listen_address=$(echo $SERVICE_LISTEN_ADDRESS | tr -d [])
local _service_local_host=''
_service_local_host=$(echo $SERVICE_LOCAL_HOST | tr -d [])
if [[ "$SERVICE_IP_VERSION" != 6 ]]; then
echo $SERVICE_IP_VERSION "SERVICE_IP_VERSION is not set to 6 which is must for devstack to deploy services with IPv6 address."
exit 1
is_service_host_ipv6=$(python3 -c 'import oslo_utils.netutils as nutils; print(nutils.is_valid_ipv6("'$_service_host'"))')
if [[ "$is_service_host_ipv6" != "True" ]]; then
echo $SERVICE_HOST "SERVICE_HOST is not ipv6 which means devstack cannot deploy services on IPv6 address."
exit 1
is_host_ipv6=$(python3 -c 'import oslo_utils.netutils as nutils; print(nutils.is_valid_ipv6("'$_host_ipv6'"))')
if [[ "$is_host_ipv6" != "True" ]]; then
echo $HOST_IPV6 "HOST_IPV6 is not ipv6 which means devstack cannot deploy services on IPv6 address."
exit 1
is_service_listen_address=$(python3 -c 'import oslo_utils.netutils as nutils; print(nutils.is_valid_ipv6("'$_service_listen_address'"))')
if [[ "$is_service_listen_address" != "True" ]]; then
echo $SERVICE_LISTEN_ADDRESS "SERVICE_LISTEN_ADDRESS is not ipv6 which means devstack cannot deploy services on IPv6 address."
exit 1
is_service_local_host=$(python3 -c 'import oslo_utils.netutils as nutils; print(nutils.is_valid_ipv6("'$_service_local_host'"))')
if [[ "$is_service_local_host" != "True" ]]; then
echo $SERVICE_LOCAL_HOST "SERVICE_LOCAL_HOST is not ipv6 which means devstack cannot deploy services on IPv6 address."
exit 1
echo "Devstack is properly configured with IPv6"
function sanity_check_system_ipv6_enabled {
system_ipv6_enabled=$(python3 -c 'import oslo_utils.netutils as nutils; print(nutils.is_ipv6_enabled())')
if [[ $system_ipv6_enabled != "True" ]]; then
echo "IPv6 is disabled in system"
exit 1
echo "IPv6 is enabled in system"
function verify_service_listen_address_is_ipv6 {
local endpoints_verified=False
local all_ipv6=True
endpoints=$(openstack endpoint list -f value -c URL)
for endpoint in ${endpoints}; do
local endpoint_address=''
endpoint_address=$(echo "$endpoint" | awk -F/ '{print $3}' | awk -F] '{print $1}')
endpoint_address=$(echo $endpoint_address | tr -d [])
local is_endpoint_ipv6=''
is_endpoint_ipv6=$(python3 -c 'import oslo_utils.netutils as nutils; print(nutils.is_valid_ipv6("'$endpoint_address'"))')
if [[ "$is_endpoint_ipv6" != "True" ]]; then
echo $endpoint ": This is not ipv6 endpoint which means corresponding service is not listening on IPv6 address."
if [[ "$all_ipv6" == "False" ]] || [[ "$endpoints_verified" == "False" ]]; then
exit 1
echo "All services deployed by devstack is on IPv6 endpoints"
echo $endpoints
#First thing to verify if system has IPv6 enabled or not
#Verify whether devstack is configured properly with IPv6 setting
#Get all registrfed endpoints by devstack in keystone and verify that each endpoints address is IPv6.
DEVSTACK_DIR=$(cd $(dirname "$0")/../../devstack && pwd)