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Merge "Protect FM API shared data with thread locking"

changes/37/653737/1
Zuul 3 years ago committed by Gerrit Code Review
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      fm-api/fm_api/fm_api.py

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fm-api/fm_api/fm_api.py

@ -14,6 +14,9 @@ import copy
from . import constants
import six
import fm_core
import threading
fm_api_lock = threading.Lock()
class ClientException(Exception):
@ -91,7 +94,8 @@ class FaultAPIsBase(object):
sep + data.severity + sep + self._check_val(data.reason_text) +
sep + data.alarm_type + sep + data.probable_cause + sep +
self._check_val(data.proposed_repair_action) + sep +
str(data.service_affecting) + sep + str(data.suppression) + sep)
str(data.service_affecting) + sep +
str(data.suppression) + sep)
@staticmethod
def _str_to_alarm(alarm_str):
@ -172,76 +176,86 @@ class FaultAPIsBase(object):
class FaultAPIs(FaultAPIsBase):
def set_fault(self, data):
self._check_required_attributes(data)
self._validate_attributes(data)
buff = self._alarm_to_str(data)
try:
return fm_core.set(buff)
except (RuntimeError, SystemError, TypeError):
return None
with fm_api_lock:
self._check_required_attributes(data)
self._validate_attributes(data)
buff = self._alarm_to_str(data)
try:
return fm_core.set(buff)
except (RuntimeError, SystemError, TypeError):
return None
def clear_fault(self, alarm_id, entity_instance_id):
sep = constants.FM_CLIENT_STR_SEP
buff = (sep + self._check_val(alarm_id) + sep +
self._check_val(entity_instance_id) + sep)
try:
resp = fm_core.clear(buff)
# resp may be True/False/None after FaultAPIsV2 implementation.
# to keep FaultAPIs the same as before, return False for None case.
if resp is True:
return True
else:
with fm_api_lock:
sep = constants.FM_CLIENT_STR_SEP
buff = (sep + self._check_val(alarm_id) + sep +
self._check_val(entity_instance_id) + sep)
try:
resp = fm_core.clear(buff)
# resp may be True/False/None after FaultAPIsV2
# implementation.
# To keep FaultAPIs the same as before,
# return False for None case.
if resp is True:
return True
else:
return False
except (RuntimeError, SystemError, TypeError):
return False
except (RuntimeError, SystemError, TypeError):
return False
def get_fault(self, alarm_id, entity_instance_id):
sep = constants.FM_CLIENT_STR_SEP
buff = (sep + self._check_val(alarm_id) + sep +
self._check_val(entity_instance_id) + sep)
try:
resp = fm_core.get(buff)
if resp:
return self._str_to_alarm(resp)
except (RuntimeError, SystemError, TypeError):
pass
return None
with fm_api_lock:
sep = constants.FM_CLIENT_STR_SEP
buff = (sep + self._check_val(alarm_id) + sep +
self._check_val(entity_instance_id) + sep)
try:
resp = fm_core.get(buff)
if resp:
return self._str_to_alarm(resp)
except (RuntimeError, SystemError, TypeError):
pass
return None
def clear_all(self, entity_instance_id):
try:
resp = fm_core.clear_all(entity_instance_id)
# resp may be True/False/None after FaultAPIsV2 implementation.
# to keep FaultAPIs the same as before, return False for None case.
if resp is True:
return True
else:
with fm_api_lock:
try:
resp = fm_core.clear_all(entity_instance_id)
# resp may be True/False/None after FaultAPIsV2
# implementation.
# To keep FaultAPIs the same as before,
# return False for None case.
if resp is True:
return True
else:
return False
except (RuntimeError, SystemError, TypeError):
return False
except (RuntimeError, SystemError, TypeError):
return False
def get_faults(self, entity_instance_id):
try:
resp = fm_core.get_by_eid(entity_instance_id)
if resp:
data = []
for i in resp:
data.append(self._str_to_alarm(i))
return data
except (RuntimeError, SystemError, TypeError):
pass
return None
with fm_api_lock:
try:
resp = fm_core.get_by_eid(entity_instance_id)
if resp:
data = []
for i in resp:
data.append(self._str_to_alarm(i))
return data
except (RuntimeError, SystemError, TypeError):
pass
return None
def get_faults_by_id(self, alarm_id):
try:
resp = fm_core.get_by_aid(alarm_id)
if resp:
data = []
for i in resp:
data.append(self._str_to_alarm(i))
return data
except (RuntimeError, SystemError, TypeError):
pass
return None
with fm_api_lock:
try:
resp = fm_core.get_by_aid(alarm_id)
if resp:
data = []
for i in resp:
data.append(self._str_to_alarm(i))
return data
except (RuntimeError, SystemError, TypeError):
pass
return None
class FaultAPIsV2(FaultAPIsBase):
@ -251,10 +265,11 @@ class FaultAPIsV2(FaultAPIsBase):
# Exception: 1. Input Alarm format is not valid
# 2. When there is operation failure
def set_fault(self, data):
self._check_required_attributes(data)
self._validate_attributes(data)
buff = self._alarm_to_str(data)
uuid = fm_core.set(buff)
with fm_api_lock:
self._check_required_attributes(data)
self._validate_attributes(data)
buff = self._alarm_to_str(data)
uuid = fm_core.set(buff)
if uuid is None:
raise APIException("Failed to execute set_fault.")
return uuid
@ -264,76 +279,81 @@ class FaultAPIsV2(FaultAPIsBase):
# Alarm doesn't exist: False
# Exception: When there is operation failure
def clear_fault(self, alarm_id, entity_instance_id):
sep = constants.FM_CLIENT_STR_SEP
buff = (sep + self._check_val(alarm_id) + sep +
self._check_val(entity_instance_id) + sep)
resp = fm_core.clear(buff)
if resp is False:
# There is operation failure
raise APIException("Failed to execute clear_fault.")
elif resp is None:
# alarm is not found
return False
else:
return True
with fm_api_lock:
sep = constants.FM_CLIENT_STR_SEP
buff = (sep + self._check_val(alarm_id) + sep +
self._check_val(entity_instance_id) + sep)
resp = fm_core.clear(buff)
if resp is False:
# There is operation failure
raise APIException("Failed to execute clear_fault.")
elif resp is None:
# alarm is not found
return False
else:
return True
# Input: alarm_id, entity_instance_id
# Return: Success: Alarm
# Alarm doesn't exist: None
# Exception: When there is operation failure
def get_fault(self, alarm_id, entity_instance_id):
sep = constants.FM_CLIENT_STR_SEP
buff = (sep + self._check_val(alarm_id) + sep +
self._check_val(entity_instance_id) + sep)
resp = fm_core.get(buff)
if resp is False:
raise APIException("Failed to execute get_fault.")
else:
return self._str_to_alarm(resp) if resp else None
with fm_api_lock:
sep = constants.FM_CLIENT_STR_SEP
buff = (sep + self._check_val(alarm_id) + sep +
self._check_val(entity_instance_id) + sep)
resp = fm_core.get(buff)
if resp is False:
raise APIException("Failed to execute get_fault.")
else:
return self._str_to_alarm(resp) if resp else None
# Input: entity_instance_id
# Return: Success: True
# Alarm doesn't exist: False
# Exception: When there is operation failure
def clear_all(self, entity_instance_id):
resp = fm_core.clear_all(entity_instance_id)
if resp is False:
# There is operation failure
raise APIException("Failed to execute clear_all.")
elif resp is None:
# alarm is not found
return False
else:
return True
with fm_api_lock:
resp = fm_core.clear_all(entity_instance_id)
if resp is False:
# There is operation failure
raise APIException("Failed to execute clear_all.")
elif resp is None:
# alarm is not found
return False
else:
return True
# Input: entity_instance_id
# Return: Success: Alarm list
# Alarm doesn't exist: None
# Exception: When there is operation failure
def get_faults(self, entity_instance_id):
resp = fm_core.get_by_eid(entity_instance_id)
if resp is False:
raise APIException("Failed to execute get_faults.")
elif resp:
data = []
for i in resp:
data.append(self._str_to_alarm(i))
return data
else:
return None
with fm_api_lock:
resp = fm_core.get_by_eid(entity_instance_id)
if resp is False:
raise APIException("Failed to execute get_faults.")
elif resp:
data = []
for i in resp:
data.append(self._str_to_alarm(i))
return data
else:
return None
# Input: alarm_id
# Return: Success: Alarm list
# Alarm doesn't exist: None
# Exception: When there is operation failure
def get_faults_by_id(self, alarm_id):
resp = fm_core.get_by_aid(alarm_id)
if resp is False:
raise APIException("Failed to execute get_faults_by_id.")
elif resp:
data = []
for i in resp:
data.append(self._str_to_alarm(i))
return data
else:
return None
with fm_api_lock:
resp = fm_core.get_by_aid(alarm_id)
if resp is False:
raise APIException("Failed to execute get_faults_by_id.")
elif resp:
data = []
for i in resp:
data.append(self._str_to_alarm(i))
return data
else:
return None

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