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heat_template_version: wallaby
description: >
This's a temporary workaround for upgrading Nvidia mellanox NICs
FW and configuring them using mstflint tool
type: string
default: ''
description: 'URL of a directory containing Mellanox NIC Firmware'
type: boolean
default: False
description: "Force update the fw even if it's an older version"
type: comma_delimited_list
default: []
description: list of MLNX devices PCIs to be processed.
If the value is empty, all MLNX devices will be processed.
Example, ['0000:04:00.0', '0000:81:00.0']
Make sure to choose only the PCI ends with 0
type: number
default: 32
description: 'Max number of vfs'
type: boolean
default: True
description: 'Enable/Disable Sriov'
type: string
default: 'eth'
description: 'Link type ["eth", "ib"]'
type: boolean
default: False
description: 'Enable TTL modification by E-Switch'
type: boolean
default: False
description: 'Priority tag required'
type: json
default: {"*": "17"}
description: >
If a single key of "*" is provided, then its value will set to all indexes.
If you need to set configuration for a set of specific indexes, you can pass the
value as below for index 2 to be 17 and index 3 to be 16
Example, {"2": "17", "3": "16"}
Make sure to choose only the PCI ends with 0
type: json
default: {"*": "11"}
description: >
If a single key of "*" is provided, then its value will set to all indexes.
If you need to set configuration for a set of specific indexes, you can pass the
value as below for index 2 to be 17 and index 3 to be 16
Example, {"2": "17", "3": "16"}
Make sure to choose only the PCI ends with 0
type: boolean
default: False
description: >
A special parameter for BlueField SmartNICs, if the value is False, that means the
NIC in smart nic mode and it's going to set the following config:
If the value is True, that means the NIC in nic mode and it's going
to set the following config:
type: number
default: 0
description: >
Run mstfwreset with the specified reset-sync [0,1],
The default and Current supported option now is 0
type: OS::Heat::MultipartMime
- config: {get_resource: nvidia_nic_fw_update}
type: OS::Heat::SoftwareConfig
template: |
#!/usr/bin/env python
import logging
import os
import re
import shutil
import tempfile
import threading
import six
from six.moves import html_parser
from six.moves.urllib import error as urlError
from six.moves.urllib import request as urlRequest
from oslo_concurrency import processutils
FW_VERSION_REGEX = r'FW Version:\s*\t*(?P<fw_ver>\d+\.\d+\.\d+)'
RUNNING_FW_VERSION_REGEX = r'FW Version\(Running\):\s*\t*(?P<fw_ver>\d+\.\d+\.\d+)'
PSID_REGEX = r'PSID:\s*\t*(?P<psid>\w+)'
ARRAY_VALUE_REGEX = r'Array\[(?P<first_index>\d+)\.\.(?P<last_index>\d+)\]'
ARRAY_PARAM_REGEX = r'(?P<param_name>\w+)\[\d+\]'
# TODO(adrianc): add configurable parameter for logging
LOG = logging.getLogger("nvidia_nic_fw_update")
if _BF_NIC_MODE.lower() == "false":
# It means we are in smart nic mode for BlueField device
# It measn we are in nic mode for BlueField device
def run_command(*cmd, **kwargs):
out, err = processutils.execute(*cmd, **kwargs)
except processutils.ProcessExecutionError as e:
LOG.error("Failed to execute %s, %s", ' '.join(cmd), str(e))
raise e
if err:
LOG.warning("Got stderr output: %s" % err)
return out
def parse_mstflint_query_output(out):
""" Parse Mstflint query output
For now just extract 'FW Version' and 'PSID'
:param out: mstflint query output
:return: dictionary of query attributes
query_info = {}
for line in out.split('\n'):
fw_ver = re.match(FW_VERSION_REGEX, line)
psid = re.match(PSID_REGEX, line)
running_fw_ver = re.match(RUNNING_FW_VERSION_REGEX, line)
if fw_ver:
query_info["fw_ver"] = fw_ver.group('fw_ver')
if running_fw_ver:
query_info["running_fw_ver"] = running_fw_ver.group('fw_ver')
if psid:
query_info["psid"] = psid.group('psid')
return query_info
class MlnxDevices(object):
""" Discover and retrieve Mellanox PCI devices.
Can be used as an iterator once discover has been called.
def __init__(self, dev_white_list):
self._devs = []
self._dev_white_list = dev_white_list
def discover(self):
""" Discover Mellanox devices in the system. (first PF of every device)
:return: None
if self._devs:
return self._devs
devs = []
cmd = ['lspci', '-D', '-d', '15b3:']
out = run_command(*cmd)
for line in out.split('\n'):
if not line:
dev = line.split()[0]
if dev.endswith('.0') and (not self._dev_white_list or
dev in self._dev_white_list):
self._devs = devs
LOG.info("Found Mellanox devices: %s", devs)
other_devs = set(self._dev_white_list) - set(devs)
if other_devs:
LOG.warning("Not all devices in PCI white list where discovered,"
" %s these may not be nvidia devices or have their "
"PCI function set to non zero." % other_devs)
def __len__(self):
return len(self._devs)
def __iter__(self):
return self._devs.__iter__()
class MlnxConfigParamMetaData(object):
""" Metadata about a single mlxconfig parameter"""
def __init__(self, name):
self.name = name
class MlnxConfigArrayParamMetaData(MlnxConfigParamMetaData):
""" Metadata about a single mlxconfig array parameter"""
def __init__(self, name, first_idx, last_idx):
super(MlnxConfigArrayParamMetaData, self).__init__(name)
self.first_index = int(first_idx)
self.last_index = int(last_idx)
class MlnxDeviceConfig(object):
""" Get/Set Mellanox Device configurations
def __init__(self, pci_dev):
self.pci_dev = pci_dev
self._tool_confs = None
# NOTE(adrianc) ATM contains only array type parameter metadata
self.mlnx_config_array_param_metadata = {}
def _mstconfig_parse_data(self, data):
# Parsing the mstconfig out to json
data = list(filter(None, data.split('\n')))
r = {}
c = 0
for line in data:
c += 1
if 'Configurations:' in line:
for i in range(c, len(data)):
d = list(filter(None, data[i].strip().split()))
r[d[0]] = d[1]
return r
def get_device_conf_dict(self, param_name=None):
""" Get device Configurations
:param param_name: if provided retireve only given configuration
:return: dict {"PARAM_NAME": "Param value", ....}
LOG.info("Getting configurations for device: %s" % self.pci_dev)
cmd = ["mstconfig", "-d", self.pci_dev, "q"]
if param_name:
out = run_command(*cmd)
return self._mstconfig_parse_data(out)
def param_supp_by_config_tool(self, param_name):
""" Check if configuration tool supports the provided configuration
:param param_name: configuration name
:return: bool
if self._tool_confs is None:
self._tool_confs = run_command(
"mstconfig", "-d", self.pci_dev, "i")
# trim any array index if present
indexed_param = re.match(ARRAY_PARAM_REGEX, param_name)
if indexed_param:
param_name = indexed_param.group('param_name')
return param_name in self._tool_confs
def _build_config_param_metadata_map(self, conf_dict):
self.mlnx_config_array_param_metadata = {}
for param_name, val in six.iteritems(conf_dict):
array_val = re.match(ARRAY_VALUE_REGEX, val)
if array_val:
# Array parameter, extract first/last index
first_index = array_val.group('first_index')
last_index = array_val.group('last_index')
self.mlnx_config_array_param_metadata[param_name] = \
param_name, first_index, last_index)
def _inflate_array_param_vals_from_query(self, conf_dict):
""" Inflate provided conf dict with all values of array parameter"""
inflated_conf = {}
for param_name, val in six.iteritems(conf_dict):
if param_name in self.mlnx_config_array_param_metadata:
param_meta = self.mlnx_config_array_param_metadata[param_name]
first = param_meta.first_index
last = param_meta.last_index
arr_param_val = self.get_device_conf_dict(
param_name="%s[%s..%s]" % (param_name, first, last))
# Add new keys to dict
for k, v in six.iteritems(arr_param_val):
inflated_conf[k] = v
inflated_conf[param_name] = val
return inflated_conf
def _inflate_single_array_input_val(self, param_name, val):
conf_dict = {}
param_meta = self.mlnx_config_array_param_metadata[param_name]
first = param_meta.first_index
last = param_meta.last_index
if '*' in val:
if len(val) != 1:
raise RuntimeError(
"Invalid input for provided array type parameter. %s:%s"
% (param_name, val))
for idx in range(first, last + 1):
conf_dict["%s[%s]" % (param_name, idx)] = val['*']
for idx, idx_val in six.iteritems(val):
if int(idx) not in range(first, last + 1):
"Provided array param index(%s) is out of range "
"[%s..%s] skipping...", idx, first, last)
conf_dict["%s[%s]" % (param_name, idx)] = str(idx_val)
return conf_dict
def _inflate_array_param_vals_from_input(self, conf_dict):
""" Inflate provided conf dict with all values of array parameter"""
inflated_conf = {}
for param_name, val in six.iteritems(conf_dict):
if param_name in self.mlnx_config_array_param_metadata:
exp_inp = self._inflate_single_array_input_val(param_name, val)
# Add to conf_dict
for k, v in six.iteritems(exp_inp):
inflated_conf[k] = v
inflated_conf[param_name] = val
return inflated_conf
def set_config(self, conf_dict):
""" Set device configurations
:param conf_dict: a dictionary of:
{"PARAM_NAME": "Param value to set", ...}
:return: None
current_mlx_config = self.get_device_conf_dict()
current_mlx_config = self._inflate_array_param_vals_from_query(
# inflate user input for array parameters
conf_dict = self._inflate_array_param_vals_from_input(conf_dict)
params_to_set = []
for key, value in conf_dict.items():
if not self.param_supp_by_config_tool(key):
"Configuraiton: %s is not supported by mstconfig,"
" please update to the latest mstflint package." % key)
if current_mlx_config.get(key) and value.lower(
) not in current_mlx_config.get(key).lower():
# Aggregate all configurations required to be modified
params_to_set.append("%s=%s" % (key, value))
if params_to_set:
LOG.info("Setting configurations for device: %s" % self.pci_dev)
run_command("mstconfig", "-d", self.pci_dev, "-y",
"set", *params_to_set)
LOG.info("Set device configurations: Setting %s done successfully",
" ".join(params_to_set))
LOG.info("Set device configurations: No operation required")
class MlnxFirmwareBinary(object):
def __init__(self, local_bin_path):
self.bin_path = local_bin_path
self.image_info = {}
def get_info(self):
""" Get firmware information from binary
Caller should wrap this call under try catch to skip non compliant
firmware binaries.
:return: dict of firmware image attributes
if self.image_info.get('file_path', '') == self.bin_path:
return self.image_info
self.image_info = {'file_path': self.bin_path}
cmd = ['mstflint', '-i', self.bin_path, 'query']
out = run_command(*cmd)
# Note(adrianc): deep copy ?
return self.image_info
class MlnxFirmwareBinariesFetcher(object):
""" A class for fetching firmware binaries form a directory
provided by a URL link
Note: URL MUST point to a directory and end with '/'
e.g http://www.mysite.com/mlnx_bins/
dest_dir = tempfile.mkdtemp(suffix="tripleo_mlnx_firmware")
class FileHTMLParser(html_parser.HTMLParser):
""" A crude HTML Parser to extract files from an HTTP response.
def __init__(self, suffix):
# HTMLParser is Old style class dont use super() method
self.matches = []
self.suffix = suffix
def handle_starttag(self, tag, attrs):
for name, val in attrs:
if name == 'href' and val.endswith(self.suffix):
def __init__(self, url):
self.url = url
def __del__(self):
def _cleanup_dest_dir(self):
if os.path.exists(MlnxFirmwareBinariesFetcher.dest_dir):
def _get_file_from_url(self, file_name):
full_path = self.url + "/" + file_name
LOG.info("Downloading file: %s to %s", full_path,
url_data = urlRequest.urlopen(full_path)
except urlError.HTTPError as e:
LOG.error("Failed to download data: %s", str(e))
raise e
dest_file_path = os.path.join(MlnxFirmwareBinariesFetcher.dest_dir,
with open(dest_file_path, 'wb') as f:
return dest_file_path
def _get_file_create_bin_obj(self, file_name, fw_bins):
""" This wrapper method will download a firmware binary,
create MlnxFirmwareBinary object and append to the provided
fw_bins list.
:return: None
dest_file_path = self._get_file_from_url(file_name)
fw_bin = MlnxFirmwareBinary(dest_file_path)
# Note(adrianc): Pre query image, to skip incompatible files
# in case of Error
except Exception as e:
LOG.warning("Failed to download and query %s, skipping file. "
"%s", file_name, str(e))
def get_firmware_binaries(self):
""" Get Firmware binaries
:return: list containing the files downloaded
# get list of files
# download into dest_dir
# for each file, create MlnxFirmwareBinary
# return list of the MlnxFirmwareBinary
if not self.url.endswith('/'):
LOG.error("Bad URL provided (%s), expected URL to be a directory",
raise RuntimeError('Failed to get firmware binaries, '
'expected directory URL path '
'(e.g "http://<your_ip>/mlnx_bins/"). '
'Given URL path: %s', self.url)
index_data = str(urlRequest.urlopen(_BIN_DIR_URL).read())
except urlError.HTTPError as err:
raise err
parser = MlnxFirmwareBinariesFetcher.FileHTMLParser(suffix=".bin")
if not parser.matches:
LOG.warning("No bin Files found in the provided URL: %s", self.url)
fw_bins = []
threads = []
for file_name in parser.matches:
# TODO(adrianc) fetch files async with co-routines,
# may need to limit thread count
t = threading.Thread(target=self._get_file_create_bin_obj,
args=(file_name, fw_bins))
for t in threads:
return fw_bins
class MlnxDevFirmwareOps(object):
""" Perform various Firmware related operations on device
def __init__(self, dev):
self.dev = dev
self.dev_info = {}
def query_device(self, force=False):
""" Get firmware information from device
:param force: force device query, even if query was executed in
previous calls.
:return: dict of firmware image attributes
if not force and self.dev_info.get('device', '') == self.dev:
return self.dev_info
self.dev_info = {'device': self.dev}
cmd = ['mstflint', '-d', self.dev, '-qq', 'query']
out = run_command(*cmd)
self.dev_info = parse_mstflint_query_output(out)
# Note(adrianc): deep copy ?
return self.dev_info
def need_update(self, image_info):
""" Check if device requires firmware update
:param image_info: image_info dict as returned from
:return: bool, True if update is needed
if not self.dev_info:
LOG.info("Device firmware version: %s, Image firmware version: %s" %
(self.dev_info['fw_ver'], image_info['fw_ver']))
return self.dev_info['fw_ver'] < image_info['fw_ver']
def need_reset_before_config(self):
""" Check if device requires firmware reset before applying any
configurations on the device.
:return: (bool, bool) True if reset is needed,
True if skip_fms_sync is needed
next_boot_image_newer = 'running_fw_ver' in self.dev_info and \
self.dev_info['running_fw_ver'] < self.dev_info['fw_ver']
if next_boot_image_newer:
mandatory_params = ["ESWITCH_IPV4_TTL_MODIFY_ENABLE",
device_config = MlnxDeviceConfig(self.dev)
conf_dict = device_config.get_device_conf_dict()
for param in mandatory_params:
if param not in conf_dict and \
if "INTERNAL_CPU_MODEL" in conf_dict:
if self.dev_info['running_fw_ver'] < "24.32.0000":
# In case the device is BlueField and the FW is less than Nov release
# return True, True to do reset with skip_fms_sync
return True, True
elif (self.dev_info['running_fw_ver'] >= "24.32.0000" and
self.dev_info['running_fw_ver'] < "24.33.0000"):
# In case the device is BlueField and the FW is from Nov release
# reset will fail, so don't do it
return False, False
return True, False
return False, False
def burn_firmware(self, image_path):
""" Burn firmware on device
:param image_path: firmware binary file path
:return: None
LOG.info("Updating firmware image (%s) for device: %s",
image_path, self.dev)
cmd = ["mstflint", "-d", self.dev, "-i", image_path,
"-y", "burn"]
LOG.info("Device %s: Successfully updated.", self.dev)
def reset_device(self, skip_fms_sync=False):
""" Reset firmware
:return: None
LOG.info("Device %s: Performing firmware reset.", self.dev)
if skip_fms_sync:
cmd = ["mstfwreset", "-d", self.dev, "--skip_fsm_sync", "-y",
"--sync", _RESET_SYNC, "reset"]
cmd = ["mstfwreset", "-d", self.dev, "-y", "reset"]
LOG.info("Device %s: Firmware successfully reset.", self.dev)
def check_prereq():
""" Check that all needed tools are available in the system.
:return: None
# check for mstflint
run_command('mstflint', '-v')
# check for mstconfig
run_command('mstconfig', '-v')
# check for mstfwreset
run_command('mstfwreset', '-v')
# check for lspci
run_command('lspci', '--version')
except Exception as e:
LOG.error("Failed Prerequisite check. %s", str(e))
raise e
def process_device(pci_dev, psid_map):
""" Process a single Mellanox device.
Processing pipeline:
- Perform firmware update if required
- Reset device to load firmware if required
- Perform device configurations if required
:param pci_dev: nvidia nic PCI device address (String)
:param psid_map: dict mapping between PSID and an image_info dict
:return: None
LOG.info("Processing Device: %s", pci_dev)
dev_ops = MlnxDevFirmwareOps(pci_dev)
device_config = MlnxDeviceConfig(pci_dev)
dev_query = dev_ops.query_device()
# see if there is a matching bin
dev_psid = dev_query['psid']
if dev_psid in psid_map:
if _FORCE_UPDATE or dev_ops.need_update(psid_map[dev_psid]):
LOG.info("Firmware update is not required for Device.")
LOG.info("No firmware binary found for device %s with "
"PSID: %s, skipping...", pci_dev, dev_psid)
# check if reset is required.
# Note: device Reset is required if a newer firmware version was burnt
# and current firmware does not support some mandatory configurations.
# Note: skip_fms_sync is required if device is BlueField SmartNIC and
# the current FW is less than Nov release
need_rest, need_skip_fms_sync = dev_ops.need_reset_before_config()
if need_rest:
# set device configurations
LOG.info("Device %s processed successfully.", pci_dev)
except Exception as e:
LOG.error("Failed to process device %s. %s", pci_dev, str(e))
def main():
# discover devices
mlnx_devices = MlnxDevices(_DEV_WHITE_LIST)
# get binaries and prep psid map
psid_map = {}
binary_getter = MlnxFirmwareBinariesFetcher(_BIN_DIR_URL)
fw_binaries = binary_getter.get_firmware_binaries()
for fw_bin in fw_binaries:
image_info = fw_bin.get_info()
psid_map[image_info['psid']] = image_info
# process devices
for pci_dev in mlnx_devices:
process_device(pci_dev, psid_map)
if __name__ == '__main__':
$BIN_DIR_URL: {get_param: BIN_DIR_URL}
$NUM_OF_VFS: {get_param: NUM_OF_VFS}
$SRIOV_EN: {get_param: SRIOV_EN}
$LINK_TYPE: {get_param: LINK_TYPE}
$BF_NIC_MODE: {get_param: BF_NIC_MODE}
$RESET_SYNC: {get_param: RESET_SYNC}
# This means get_resource from the parent template will get the userdata, see:
# http://docs.openstack.org/developer/heat/template_guide/composition.html#making-your-template-resource-more-transparent
# Note this is new-for-kilo, an alternative is returning a value then using
# get_attr in the parent template instead.
value: {get_resource: userdata}