A collection of Ansible playbooks to detect and report potential issues during TripleO deployments
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#!/usr/bin/env python
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import yaml
from ansible.plugins.lookup import LookupBase
from tripleo_validations import utils
lookup: roles_info
description: Retrieve role information from Heat and Swift.
- Load role information using the Heat API.
description: Optional filter attribute and filter value
author: Brad P. Crochet <brad@redhat.com>
- name: Get all role info from Heat and Swift
msg: |
{{ lookup('roles_info', wantlist=True) }}
RETURN = """
description: A Python list with results from the API call.
class LookupModule(LookupBase):
def _get_object_yaml(self, swiftclient, container, obj):
obj_ret = swiftclient.get_object(container=container, obj=obj)
return yaml.safe_load(obj_ret[1])
def run(self, terms, variables=None, **kwargs):
"""Returns server information from nova."""
swift = utils.get_swift_client(variables)
plan = variables.get('plan')
plan_env = self._get_object_yaml(swift, plan, 'plan-environment.yaml')
roles_data = self._get_object_yaml(swift, plan, 'roles_data.yaml')
def default_role_data(role):
return {
'name': role['name'],
'count': role.get('CountDefault', 0),
'flavor': role.get('FlavorDefault', 'baremetal')
roles = list(map(default_role_data, roles_data))
parameter_defaults = plan_env.get('parameter_defaults', {})
for role in roles:
new_count = parameter_defaults.get("%sCount" % role['name'])
if new_count:
role['count'] = new_count
new_flavor = parameter_defaults.get("Overcloud%sFlavor" %
if new_flavor:
role['flavor'] = new_flavor
return roles