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Fix horizon (#23)

Fixed dashboard errors.

Added a proper uwsgi script with matching .ini templates.

Added django settings files that fix issues with Django attempting to write files to the read only snap filesystem, and generally make things work well in the snap.

Fixed snap-openstack.yaml entries so that our file and directory setup is accurate.
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Pete Vander Giessen 3 years ago
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  1. 1
      .gitignore
  2. 8
      snap-overlay/bin/horizon-wsgi
  3. 4
      snap-overlay/etc/horizon/horizon.conf
  4. 12
      snap-overlay/lib/python2.7/site-packages/openstack_dashboard/local/local_settings.d/_05_snap_tweaks.py
  5. 899
      snap-overlay/lib/python2.7/site-packages/openstack_dashboard/local/local_settings.py
  6. 9
      snap-overlay/snap-openstack.yaml
  7. 4
      snap-overlay/templates/horizon-nginx.conf.j2
  8. 5
      snap-overlay/templates/horizon.ini.j2

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.gitignore

@ -62,7 +62,6 @@ coverage.xml
# Django stuff:
*.log
local_settings.py
# Flask stuff:
instance/

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snap-overlay/bin/horizon-wsgi

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#!/usr/bin/env python2
import os
import sys
os.environ['DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE'] = 'openstack_dashboard.settings'
import django.core.wsgi
application = django.core.wsgi.get_wsgi_application()

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snap-overlay/etc/horizon/horizon.conf

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# The horizon snap may need to override default config files.
# For example if the default horizon.conf file located in
# $SNAP/etc/horizon/horizon.conf needs to be overridden,
# it can be done with this file.

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snap-overlay/lib/python2.7/site-packages/openstack_dashboard/local/local_settings.d/_05_snap_tweaks.py

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# Tweaks to make this run nicely in a snap.
# We don't want django to try writing the secret key before we've told
# it not to attempt to write it out in the read only snap dir in our
# local_settings.py. So we override the behavior of the default
# settings.py here.
SECRET_KEY = "overridethis!"
# Django wants to write out compressed files even when we turn
# compression off (either a bug or something that I'm not
# understanding). Tell it to write them some place writeable.
STATIC_ROOT = '/var/snap/horizon/common/var/horizon/static'

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snap-overlay/lib/python2.7/site-packages/openstack_dashboard/local/local_settings.py

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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
import os
from django.utils.translation import ugettext_lazy as _
from horizon.utils import secret_key
from openstack_dashboard.settings import HORIZON_CONFIG
DEBUG = True
# This setting controls whether or not compression is enabled. Disabling
# compression makes Horizon considerably slower, but makes it much easier
# to debug JS and CSS changes
#COMPRESS_ENABLED = not DEBUG
# This setting controls whether compression happens on the fly, or offline
# with `python manage.py compress`
# See https://django-compressor.readthedocs.io/en/latest/usage/#offline-compression
# for more information
#COMPRESS_OFFLINE = not DEBUG
# WEBROOT is the location relative to Webserver root
# should end with a slash.
WEBROOT = '/'
#LOGIN_URL = WEBROOT + 'auth/login/'
#LOGOUT_URL = WEBROOT + 'auth/logout/'
#
# LOGIN_REDIRECT_URL can be used as an alternative for
# HORIZON_CONFIG.user_home, if user_home is not set.
# Do not set it to '/home/', as this will cause circular redirect loop
#LOGIN_REDIRECT_URL = WEBROOT
# If horizon is running in production (DEBUG is False), set this
# with the list of host/domain names that the application can serve.
# For more information see:
# https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/ref/settings/#allowed-hosts
#ALLOWED_HOSTS = ['horizon.example.com', ]
# Set SSL proxy settings:
# Pass this header from the proxy after terminating the SSL,
# and don't forget to strip it from the client's request.
# For more information see:
# https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/ref/settings/#secure-proxy-ssl-header
#SECURE_PROXY_SSL_HEADER = ('HTTP_X_FORWARDED_PROTO', 'https')
# If Horizon is being served through SSL, then uncomment the following two
# settings to better secure the cookies from security exploits
#CSRF_COOKIE_SECURE = True
#SESSION_COOKIE_SECURE = True
# The absolute path to the directory where message files are collected.
# The message file must have a .json file extension. When the user logins to
# horizon, the message files collected are processed and displayed to the user.
#MESSAGES_PATH=None
# Overrides for OpenStack API versions. Use this setting to force the
# OpenStack dashboard to use a specific API version for a given service API.
# Versions specified here should be integers or floats, not strings.
# NOTE: The version should be formatted as it appears in the URL for the
# service API. For example, The identity service APIs have inconsistent
# use of the decimal point, so valid options would be 2.0 or 3.
# Minimum compute version to get the instance locked status is 2.9.
#OPENSTACK_API_VERSIONS = {
# "data-processing": 1.1,
# "identity": 3,
# "image": 2,
# "volume": 2,
# "compute": 2,
#}
# Set this to True if running on a multi-domain model. When this is enabled, it
# will require the user to enter the Domain name in addition to the username
# for login.
#OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_MULTIDOMAIN_SUPPORT = False
# Set this to True if you want available domains displayed as a dropdown menu
# on the login screen. It is strongly advised NOT to enable this for public
# clouds, as advertising enabled domains to unauthenticated customers
# irresponsibly exposes private information. This should only be used for
# private clouds where the dashboard sits behind a corporate firewall.
#OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_DOMAIN_DROPDOWN = False
# If OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_DOMAIN_DROPDOWN is enabled, this option can be used to
# set the available domains to choose from. This is a list of pairs whose first
# value is the domain name and the second is the display name.
#OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_DOMAIN_CHOICES = (
# ('Default', 'Default'),
#)
# Overrides the default domain used when running on single-domain model
# with Keystone V3. All entities will be created in the default domain.
# NOTE: This value must be the name of the default domain, NOT the ID.
# Also, you will most likely have a value in the keystone policy file like this
# "cloud_admin": "rule:admin_required and domain_id:<your domain id>"
# This value must be the name of the domain whose ID is specified there.
#OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_DEFAULT_DOMAIN = 'Default'
# Set this to True to enable panels that provide the ability for users to
# manage Identity Providers (IdPs) and establish a set of rules to map
# federation protocol attributes to Identity API attributes.
# This extension requires v3.0+ of the Identity API.
#OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_FEDERATION_MANAGEMENT = False
# Set Console type:
# valid options are "AUTO"(default), "VNC", "SPICE", "RDP", "SERIAL", "MKS"
# or None. Set to None explicitly if you want to deactivate the console.
#CONSOLE_TYPE = "AUTO"
# Toggle showing the openrc file for Keystone V2.
# If set to false the link will be removed from the user dropdown menu
# and the API Access page
#SHOW_KEYSTONE_V2_RC = True
# If provided, a "Report Bug" link will be displayed in the site header
# which links to the value of this setting (ideally a URL containing
# information on how to report issues).
#HORIZON_CONFIG["bug_url"] = "http://bug-report.example.com"
# Show backdrop element outside the modal, do not close the modal
# after clicking on backdrop.
#HORIZON_CONFIG["modal_backdrop"] = "static"
# Specify a regular expression to validate user passwords.
#HORIZON_CONFIG["password_validator"] = {
# "regex": '.*',
# "help_text": _("Your password does not meet the requirements."),
#}
# Turn off browser autocompletion for forms including the login form and
# the database creation workflow if so desired.
#HORIZON_CONFIG["password_autocomplete"] = "off"
# Setting this to True will disable the reveal button for password fields,
# including on the login form.
#HORIZON_CONFIG["disable_password_reveal"] = False
#LOCAL_PATH = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__))
LOCAL_PATH = '/var/snap/horizon/common/etc/horizon/'
# Set custom secret key:
# You can either set it to a specific value or you can let horizon generate a
# default secret key that is unique on this machine, e.i. regardless of the
# amount of Python WSGI workers (if used behind Apache+mod_wsgi): However,
# there may be situations where you would want to set this explicitly, e.g.
# when multiple dashboard instances are distributed on different machines
# (usually behind a load-balancer). Either you have to make sure that a session
# gets all requests routed to the same dashboard instance or you set the same
# SECRET_KEY for all of them.
SECRET_KEY = secret_key.generate_or_read_from_file(
os.path.join(LOCAL_PATH, '.secret_key_store'))
# We recommend you use memcached for development; otherwise after every reload
# of the django development server, you will have to login again. To use
# memcached set CACHES to something like
#CACHES = {
# 'default': {
# 'BACKEND': 'django.core.cache.backends.memcached.MemcachedCache',
# 'LOCATION': '127.0.0.1:11211',
# },
#}
CACHES = {
'default': {
'BACKEND': 'django.core.cache.backends.locmem.LocMemCache',
},
}
# Send email to the console by default
EMAIL_BACKEND = 'django.core.mail.backends.console.EmailBackend'
# Or send them to /dev/null
#EMAIL_BACKEND = 'django.core.mail.backends.dummy.EmailBackend'
# Configure these for your outgoing email host
#EMAIL_HOST = 'smtp.my-company.com'
#EMAIL_PORT = 25
#EMAIL_HOST_USER = 'djangomail'
#EMAIL_HOST_PASSWORD = 'top-secret!'
# For multiple regions uncomment this configuration, and add (endpoint, title).
#AVAILABLE_REGIONS = [
# ('http://cluster1.example.com:5000/v3', 'cluster1'),
# ('http://cluster2.example.com:5000/v3', 'cluster2'),
#]
OPENSTACK_HOST = "127.0.0.1"
OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_URL = "http://%s:5000/v3" % OPENSTACK_HOST
OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_DEFAULT_ROLE = "_member_"
# For setting the default service region on a per-endpoint basis. Note that the
# default value for this setting is {}, and below is just an example of how it
# should be specified.
# A key of '*' is an optional global default if no other key matches.
#DEFAULT_SERVICE_REGIONS = {
# '*': 'RegionOne'
# OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_URL: 'RegionTwo'
#}
# Enables keystone web single-sign-on if set to True.
#WEBSSO_ENABLED = False
# Authentication mechanism to be selected as default.
# The value must be a key from WEBSSO_CHOICES.
#WEBSSO_INITIAL_CHOICE = "credentials"
# The list of authentication mechanisms which include keystone
# federation protocols and identity provider/federation protocol
# mapping keys (WEBSSO_IDP_MAPPING). Current supported protocol
# IDs are 'saml2' and 'oidc' which represent SAML 2.0, OpenID
# Connect respectively.
# Do not remove the mandatory credentials mechanism.
# Note: The last two tuples are sample mapping keys to a identity provider
# and federation protocol combination (WEBSSO_IDP_MAPPING).
#WEBSSO_CHOICES = (
# ("credentials", _("Keystone Credentials")),
# ("oidc", _("OpenID Connect")),
# ("saml2", _("Security Assertion Markup Language")),
# ("acme_oidc", "ACME - OpenID Connect"),
# ("acme_saml2", "ACME - SAML2"),
#)
# A dictionary of specific identity provider and federation protocol
# combinations. From the selected authentication mechanism, the value
# will be looked up as keys in the dictionary. If a match is found,
# it will redirect the user to a identity provider and federation protocol
# specific WebSSO endpoint in keystone, otherwise it will use the value
# as the protocol_id when redirecting to the WebSSO by protocol endpoint.
# NOTE: The value is expected to be a tuple formatted as: (<idp_id>, <protocol_id>).
#WEBSSO_IDP_MAPPING = {
# "acme_oidc": ("acme", "oidc"),
# "acme_saml2": ("acme", "saml2"),
#}
# If set this URL will be used for web single-sign-on authentication
# instead of OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_URL. This is needed in the deployment
# scenarios where network segmentation is used per security requirement.
# In this case, the controllers are not reachable from public network.
# Therefore, user's browser will not be able to access OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_URL
# if it is set to the internal endpoint.
#WEBSSO_KEYSTONE_URL = "http://keystone-public.example.com/v3"
# The Keystone Provider drop down uses Keystone to Keystone federation
# to switch between Keystone service providers.
# Set display name for Identity Provider (dropdown display name)
#KEYSTONE_PROVIDER_IDP_NAME = "Local Keystone"
# This id is used for only for comparison with the service provider IDs. This ID
# should not match any service provider IDs.
#KEYSTONE_PROVIDER_IDP_ID = "localkeystone"
# Disable SSL certificate checks (useful for self-signed certificates):
#OPENSTACK_SSL_NO_VERIFY = True
# The CA certificate to use to verify SSL connections
#OPENSTACK_SSL_CACERT = '/path/to/cacert.pem'
# The OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_BACKEND settings can be used to identify the
# capabilities of the auth backend for Keystone.
# If Keystone has been configured to use LDAP as the auth backend then set
# can_edit_user to False and name to 'ldap'.
#
# TODO(tres): Remove these once Keystone has an API to identify auth backend.
OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_BACKEND = {
'name': 'native',
'can_edit_user': True,
'can_edit_group': True,
'can_edit_project': True,
'can_edit_domain': True,
'can_edit_role': True,
}
# Setting this to True, will add a new "Retrieve Password" action on instance,
# allowing Admin session password retrieval/decryption.
#OPENSTACK_ENABLE_PASSWORD_RETRIEVE = False
# The Launch Instance user experience has been significantly enhanced.
# You can choose whether to enable the new launch instance experience,
# the legacy experience, or both. The legacy experience will be removed
# in a future release, but is available as a temporary backup setting to ensure
# compatibility with existing deployments. Further development will not be
# done on the legacy experience. Please report any problems with the new
# experience via the Launchpad tracking system.
#
# Toggle LAUNCH_INSTANCE_LEGACY_ENABLED and LAUNCH_INSTANCE_NG_ENABLED to
# determine the experience to enable. Set them both to true to enable
# both.
#LAUNCH_INSTANCE_LEGACY_ENABLED = True
#LAUNCH_INSTANCE_NG_ENABLED = False
# A dictionary of settings which can be used to provide the default values for
# properties found in the Launch Instance modal.
#LAUNCH_INSTANCE_DEFAULTS = {
# 'config_drive': False,
# 'enable_scheduler_hints': True,
# 'disable_image': False,
# 'disable_instance_snapshot': False,
# 'disable_volume': False,
# 'disable_volume_snapshot': False,
# 'create_volume': True,
#}
# The Xen Hypervisor has the ability to set the mount point for volumes
# attached to instances (other Hypervisors currently do not). Setting
# can_set_mount_point to True will add the option to set the mount point
# from the UI.
OPENSTACK_HYPERVISOR_FEATURES = {
'can_set_mount_point': False,
'can_set_password': False,
'requires_keypair': False,
'enable_quotas': True
}
# This settings controls whether IP addresses of servers are retrieved from
# neutron in the project instance table. Setting this to ``False`` may mitigate
# a performance issue in the project instance table in large deployments.
#OPENSTACK_INSTANCE_RETRIEVE_IP_ADDRESSES = True
# The OPENSTACK_CINDER_FEATURES settings can be used to enable optional
# services provided by cinder that is not exposed by its extension API.
OPENSTACK_CINDER_FEATURES = {
'enable_backup': False,
}
# The OPENSTACK_NEUTRON_NETWORK settings can be used to enable optional
# services provided by neutron. Options currently available are load
# balancer service, security groups, quotas, VPN service.
OPENSTACK_NEUTRON_NETWORK = {
'enable_router': True,
'enable_quotas': True,
'enable_ipv6': True,
'enable_distributed_router': False,
'enable_ha_router': False,
'enable_fip_topology_check': True,
# Default dns servers you would like to use when a subnet is
# created. This is only a default, users can still choose a different
# list of dns servers when creating a new subnet.
# The entries below are examples only, and are not appropriate for
# real deployments
# 'default_dns_nameservers': ["8.8.8.8", "8.8.4.4", "208.67.222.222"],
# Set which provider network types are supported. Only the network types
# in this list will be available to choose from when creating a network.
# Network types include local, flat, vlan, gre, vxlan and geneve.
# 'supported_provider_types': ['*'],
# You can configure available segmentation ID range per network type
# in your deployment.
# 'segmentation_id_range': {
# 'vlan': [1024, 2048],
# 'vxlan': [4094, 65536],
# },
# You can define additional provider network types here.
# 'extra_provider_types': {
# 'awesome_type': {
# 'display_name': 'Awesome New Type',
# 'require_physical_network': False,
# 'require_segmentation_id': True,
# }
# },
# Set which VNIC types are supported for port binding. Only the VNIC
# types in this list will be available to choose from when creating a
# port.
# VNIC types include 'normal', 'direct', 'direct-physical', 'macvtap',
# 'baremetal' and 'virtio-forwarder'
# Set to empty list or None to disable VNIC type selection.
'supported_vnic_types': ['*'],
# Set list of available physical networks to be selected in the physical
# network field on the admin create network modal. If it's set to an empty
# list, the field will be a regular input field.
# e.g. ['default', 'test']
'physical_networks': [],
}
# The OPENSTACK_HEAT_STACK settings can be used to disable password
# field required while launching the stack.
OPENSTACK_HEAT_STACK = {
'enable_user_pass': True,
}
# The OPENSTACK_IMAGE_BACKEND settings can be used to customize features
# in the OpenStack Dashboard related to the Image service, such as the list
# of supported image formats.
#OPENSTACK_IMAGE_BACKEND = {
# 'image_formats': [
# ('', _('Select format')),
# ('aki', _('AKI - Amazon Kernel Image')),
# ('ami', _('AMI - Amazon Machine Image')),
# ('ari', _('ARI - Amazon Ramdisk Image')),
# ('docker', _('Docker')),
# ('iso', _('ISO - Optical Disk Image')),
# ('ova', _('OVA - Open Virtual Appliance')),
# ('qcow2', _('QCOW2 - QEMU Emulator')),
# ('raw', _('Raw')),
# ('vdi', _('VDI - Virtual Disk Image')),
# ('vhd', _('VHD - Virtual Hard Disk')),
# ('vhdx', _('VHDX - Large Virtual Hard Disk')),
# ('vmdk', _('VMDK - Virtual Machine Disk')),
# ],
#}
# The IMAGE_CUSTOM_PROPERTY_TITLES settings is used to customize the titles for
# image custom property attributes that appear on image detail pages.
IMAGE_CUSTOM_PROPERTY_TITLES = {
"architecture": _("Architecture"),
"kernel_id": _("Kernel ID"),
"ramdisk_id": _("Ramdisk ID"),
"image_state": _("Euca2ools state"),
"project_id": _("Project ID"),
"image_type": _("Image Type"),
}
# The IMAGE_RESERVED_CUSTOM_PROPERTIES setting is used to specify which image
# custom properties should not be displayed in the Image Custom Properties
# table.
IMAGE_RESERVED_CUSTOM_PROPERTIES = []
# Set to 'legacy' or 'direct' to allow users to upload images to glance via
# Horizon server. When enabled, a file form field will appear on the create
# image form. If set to 'off', there will be no file form field on the create
# image form. See documentation for deployment considerations.
#HORIZON_IMAGES_UPLOAD_MODE = 'legacy'
# Allow a location to be set when creating or updating Glance images.
# If using Glance V2, this value should be False unless the Glance
# configuration and policies allow setting locations.
#IMAGES_ALLOW_LOCATION = False
# A dictionary of default settings for create image modal.
#CREATE_IMAGE_DEFAULTS = {
# 'image_visibility': "public",
#}
# OPENSTACK_ENDPOINT_TYPE specifies the endpoint type to use for the endpoints
# in the Keystone service catalog. Use this setting when Horizon is running
# external to the OpenStack environment. The default is 'publicURL'.
#OPENSTACK_ENDPOINT_TYPE = "publicURL"
# SECONDARY_ENDPOINT_TYPE specifies the fallback endpoint type to use in the
# case that OPENSTACK_ENDPOINT_TYPE is not present in the endpoints
# in the Keystone service catalog. Use this setting when Horizon is running
# external to the OpenStack environment. The default is None. This
# value should differ from OPENSTACK_ENDPOINT_TYPE if used.
#SECONDARY_ENDPOINT_TYPE = None
# The number of objects (Swift containers/objects or images) to display
# on a single page before providing a paging element (a "more" link)
# to paginate results.
API_RESULT_LIMIT = 1000
API_RESULT_PAGE_SIZE = 20
# The size of chunk in bytes for downloading objects from Swift
SWIFT_FILE_TRANSFER_CHUNK_SIZE = 512 * 1024
# The default number of lines displayed for instance console log.
INSTANCE_LOG_LENGTH = 35
# Specify a maximum number of items to display in a dropdown.
DROPDOWN_MAX_ITEMS = 30
# The timezone of the server. This should correspond with the timezone
# of your entire OpenStack installation, and hopefully be in UTC.
TIME_ZONE = "UTC"
# When launching an instance, the menu of available flavors is
# sorted by RAM usage, ascending. If you would like a different sort order,
# you can provide another flavor attribute as sorting key. Alternatively, you
# can provide a custom callback method to use for sorting. You can also provide
# a flag for reverse sort. For more info, see
# http://docs.python.org/2/library/functions.html#sorted
#CREATE_INSTANCE_FLAVOR_SORT = {
# 'key': 'name',
# # or
# 'key': my_awesome_callback_method,
# 'reverse': False,
#}
# Set this to True to display an 'Admin Password' field on the Change Password
# form to verify that it is indeed the admin logged-in who wants to change
# the password.
#ENFORCE_PASSWORD_CHECK = False
# Modules that provide /auth routes that can be used to handle different types
# of user authentication. Add auth plugins that require extra route handling to
# this list.
#AUTHENTICATION_URLS = [
# 'openstack_auth.urls',
#]
# The Horizon Policy Enforcement engine uses these values to load per service
# policy rule files. The content of these files should match the files the
# OpenStack services are using to determine role based access control in the
# target installation.
# Path to directory containing policy.json files
#POLICY_FILES_PATH = os.path.join(ROOT_PATH, "conf")
# Map of local copy of service policy files.
# Please insure that your identity policy file matches the one being used on
# your keystone servers. There is an alternate policy file that may be used
# in the Keystone v3 multi-domain case, policy.v3cloudsample.json.
# This file is not included in the Horizon repository by default but can be
# found at
# http://git.openstack.org/cgit/openstack/keystone/tree/etc/ \
# policy.v3cloudsample.json
# Having matching policy files on the Horizon and Keystone servers is essential
# for normal operation. This holds true for all services and their policy files.
#POLICY_FILES = {
# 'identity': 'keystone_policy.json',
# 'compute': 'nova_policy.json',
# 'volume': 'cinder_policy.json',
# 'image': 'glance_policy.json',
# 'network': 'neutron_policy.json',
#}
# Change this patch to the appropriate list of tuples containing
# a key, label and static directory containing two files:
# _variables.scss and _styles.scss
#AVAILABLE_THEMES = [
# ('default', 'Default', 'themes/default'),
# ('material', 'Material', 'themes/material'),
#]
LOGGING = {
'version': 1,
# When set to True this will disable all logging except
# for loggers specified in this configuration dictionary. Note that
# if nothing is specified here and disable_existing_loggers is True,
# django.db.backends will still log unless it is disabled explicitly.
'disable_existing_loggers': False,
# If apache2 mod_wsgi is used to deploy OpenStack dashboard
# timestamp is output by mod_wsgi. If WSGI framework you use does not
# output timestamp for logging, add %(asctime)s in the following
# format definitions.
'formatters': {
'console': {
'format': '%(levelname)s %(name)s %(message)s'
},
'operation': {
# The format of "%(message)s" is defined by
# OPERATION_LOG_OPTIONS['format']
'format': '%(message)s'
},
},
'handlers': {
'null': {
'level': 'DEBUG',
'class': 'logging.NullHandler',
},
'console': {
# Set the level to "DEBUG" for verbose output logging.
'level': 'INFO',
'class': 'logging.StreamHandler',
'formatter': 'console',
},
'operation': {
'level': 'INFO',
'class': 'logging.StreamHandler',
'formatter': 'operation',
},
},
'loggers': {
'horizon': {
'handlers': ['console'],
'level': 'DEBUG',
'propagate': False,
},
'horizon.operation_log': {
'handlers': ['operation'],
'level': 'INFO',
'propagate': False,
},
'openstack_dashboard': {
'handlers': ['console'],
'level': 'DEBUG',
'propagate': False,
},
'novaclient': {
'handlers': ['console'],
'level': 'DEBUG',
'propagate': False,
},
'cinderclient': {
'handlers': ['console'],
'level': 'DEBUG',
'propagate': False,
},
'keystoneauth': {
'handlers': ['console'],
'level': 'DEBUG',
'propagate': False,
},
'keystoneclient': {
'handlers': ['console'],
'level': 'DEBUG',
'propagate': False,
},
'glanceclient': {
'handlers': ['console'],
'level': 'DEBUG',
'propagate': False,
},
'neutronclient': {
'handlers': ['console'],
'level': 'DEBUG',
'propagate': False,
},
'swiftclient': {
'handlers': ['console'],
'level': 'DEBUG',
'propagate': False,
},
'oslo_policy': {
'handlers': ['console'],
'level': 'DEBUG',
'propagate': False,
},
'openstack_auth': {
'handlers': ['console'],
'level': 'DEBUG',
'propagate': False,
},
'django': {
'handlers': ['console'],
'level': 'DEBUG',
'propagate': False,
},
# Logging from django.db.backends is VERY verbose, send to null
# by default.
'django.db.backends': {
'handlers': ['null'],
'propagate': False,
},
'requests': {
'handlers': ['null'],
'propagate': False,
},
'urllib3': {
'handlers': ['null'],
'propagate': False,
},
'chardet.charsetprober': {
'handlers': ['null'],
'propagate': False,
},
'iso8601': {
'handlers': ['null'],
'propagate': False,
},
'scss': {
'handlers': ['null'],
'propagate': False,
},
},
}
# 'direction' should not be specified for all_tcp/udp/icmp.
# It is specified in the form.
SECURITY_GROUP_RULES = {
'all_tcp': {
'name': _('All TCP'),
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '1',
'to_port': '65535',
},
'all_udp': {
'name': _('All UDP'),
'ip_protocol': 'udp',
'from_port': '1',
'to_port': '65535',
},
'all_icmp': {
'name': _('All ICMP'),
'ip_protocol': 'icmp',
'from_port': '-1',
'to_port': '-1',
},
'ssh': {
'name': 'SSH',
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '22',
'to_port': '22',
},
'smtp': {
'name': 'SMTP',
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '25',
'to_port': '25',
},
'dns': {
'name': 'DNS',
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '53',
'to_port': '53',
},
'http': {
'name': 'HTTP',
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '80',
'to_port': '80',
},
'pop3': {
'name': 'POP3',
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '110',
'to_port': '110',
},
'imap': {
'name': 'IMAP',
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '143',
'to_port': '143',
},
'ldap': {
'name': 'LDAP',
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '389',
'to_port': '389',
},
'https': {
'name': 'HTTPS',
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '443',
'to_port': '443',
},
'smtps': {
'name': 'SMTPS',
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '465',
'to_port': '465',
},
'imaps': {
'name': 'IMAPS',
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '993',
'to_port': '993',
},
'pop3s': {
'name': 'POP3S',
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '995',
'to_port': '995',
},
'ms_sql': {
'name': 'MS SQL',
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '1433',
'to_port': '1433',
},
'mysql': {
'name': 'MYSQL',
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '3306',
'to_port': '3306',
},
'rdp': {
'name': 'RDP',
'ip_protocol': 'tcp',
'from_port': '3389',
'to_port': '3389',
},
}
# Deprecation Notice:
#
# The setting FLAVOR_EXTRA_KEYS has been deprecated.
# Please load extra spec metadata into the Glance Metadata Definition Catalog.
#
# The sample quota definitions can be found in:
# <glance_source>/etc/metadefs/compute-quota.json
#
# The metadata definition catalog supports CLI and API:
# $glance --os-image-api-version 2 help md-namespace-import
# $glance-manage db_load_metadefs <directory_with_definition_files>
#
# See Metadata Definitions on:
# https://docs.openstack.org/glance/latest/user/glancemetadefcatalogapi.html
# The hash algorithm to use for authentication tokens. This must
# match the hash algorithm that the identity server and the
# auth_token middleware are using. Allowed values are the
# algorithms supported by Python's hashlib library.
#OPENSTACK_TOKEN_HASH_ALGORITHM = 'md5'
# AngularJS requires some settings to be made available to
# the client side. Some settings are required by in-tree / built-in horizon
# features. These settings must be added to REST_API_REQUIRED_SETTINGS in the
# form of ['SETTING_1','SETTING_2'], etc.
#
# You may remove settings from this list for security purposes, but do so at
# the risk of breaking a built-in horizon feature. These settings are required
# for horizon to function properly. Only remove them if you know what you
# are doing. These settings may in the future be moved to be defined within
# the enabled panel configuration.
# You should not add settings to this list for out of tree extensions.
# See: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Horizon/RESTAPI
REST_API_REQUIRED_SETTINGS = ['OPENSTACK_HYPERVISOR_FEATURES',
'LAUNCH_INSTANCE_DEFAULTS',
'OPENSTACK_IMAGE_FORMATS',
'OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_BACKEND',
'OPENSTACK_KEYSTONE_DEFAULT_DOMAIN',
'CREATE_IMAGE_DEFAULTS',
'ENFORCE_PASSWORD_CHECK']
# Additional settings can be made available to the client side for
# extensibility by specifying them in REST_API_ADDITIONAL_SETTINGS
# !! Please use extreme caution as the settings are transferred via HTTP/S
# and are not encrypted on the browser. This is an experimental API and
# may be deprecated in the future without notice.
#REST_API_ADDITIONAL_SETTINGS = []
# DISALLOW_IFRAME_EMBED can be used to prevent Horizon from being embedded
# within an iframe. Legacy browsers are still vulnerable to a Cross-Frame
# Scripting (XFS) vulnerability, so this option allows extra security hardening
# where iframes are not used in deployment. Default setting is True.
# For more information see:
# http://tinyurl.com/anticlickjack
#DISALLOW_IFRAME_EMBED = True
# Help URL can be made available for the client. To provide a help URL, edit the
# following attribute to the URL of your choice.
#HORIZON_CONFIG["help_url"] = "http://openstack.mycompany.org"
# Settings for OperationLogMiddleware
# OPERATION_LOG_ENABLED is flag to use the function to log an operation on
# Horizon.
# mask_targets is arrangement for appointing a target to mask.
# method_targets is arrangement of HTTP method to output log.
# format is the log contents.
#OPERATION_LOG_ENABLED = False
#OPERATION_LOG_OPTIONS = {
# 'mask_fields': ['password'],
# 'target_methods': ['POST'],
# 'ignored_urls': ['/js/', '/static/', '^/api/'],
# 'format': ("[%(client_ip)s] [%(domain_name)s]"
# " [%(domain_id)s] [%(project_name)s]"
# " [%(project_id)s] [%(user_name)s] [%(user_id)s] [%(request_scheme)s]"
# " [%(referer_url)s] [%(request_url)s] [%(message)s] [%(method)s]"
# " [%(http_status)s] [%(param)s]"),
#}
# The default date range in the Overview panel meters - either <today> minus N
# days (if the value is integer N), or from the beginning of the current month
# until today (if set to None). This setting should be used to limit the amount
# of data fetched by default when rendering the Overview panel.
#OVERVIEW_DAYS_RANGE = 1
# To allow operators to require users provide a search criteria first
# before loading any data into the views, set the following dict
# attributes to True in each one of the panels you want to enable this feature.
# Follow the convention <dashboard>.<view>
#FILTER_DATA_FIRST = {
# 'admin.instances': False,
# 'admin.images': False,
# 'admin.networks': False,
# 'admin.routers': False,
# 'admin.volumes': False,
# 'identity.users': False,
# 'identity.projects': False,
# 'identity.groups': False,
# 'identity.roles': False
#}
# Dict used to restrict user private subnet cidr range.
# An empty list means that user input will not be restricted
# for a corresponding IP version. By default, there is
# no restriction for IPv4 or IPv6. To restrict
# user private subnet cidr range set ALLOWED_PRIVATE_SUBNET_CIDR
# to something like
#ALLOWED_PRIVATE_SUBNET_CIDR = {
# 'ipv4': ['10.0.0.0/8', '192.168.0.0/16'],
# 'ipv6': ['fc00::/7']
#}
ALLOWED_PRIVATE_SUBNET_CIDR = {'ipv4': [], 'ipv6': []}
# Projects and users can have extra attributes as defined by keystone v3.
# Horizon has the ability to display these extra attributes via this setting.
# If you'd like to display extra data in the project or user tables, set the
# corresponding dict key to the attribute name, followed by the display name.
# For more information, see horizon's customization
# (https://docs.openstack.org/horizon/latest/configuration/customizing.html#horizon-customization-module-overrides)
#PROJECT_TABLE_EXTRA_INFO = {
# 'phone_num': _('Phone Number'),
#}
#USER_TABLE_EXTRA_INFO = {
# 'phone_num': _('Phone Number'),
#}
# Password will have an expiration date when using keystone v3 and enabling the
# feature.
# This setting allows you to set the number of days that the user will be alerted
# prior to the password expiration.
# Once the password expires keystone will deny the access and users must
# contact an admin to change their password.
#PASSWORD_EXPIRES_WARNING_THRESHOLD_DAYS = 0

9
snap-overlay/snap-openstack.yaml

@ -11,6 +11,7 @@ setup:
- "{snap_common}/etc/nginx/snap/sites-enabled"
- "{snap_common}/etc/glance/glance.conf.d"
- "{snap_common}/etc/horizon/horizon.conf.d"
- "{snap_common}/var/horizon/static"
- "{snap_common}/etc/keystone/uwsgi/snap"
- "{snap_common}/etc/cinder/uwsgi/snap"
- "{snap_common}/etc/nova/uwsgi/snap"
@ -293,12 +294,8 @@ entry_points:
uwsgi-dir: "{snap_common}/etc/horizon/uwsgi/snap"
uwsgi-dir-override: "{snap_common}/etc/horizon/uwsgi"
uwsgi-log: "{snap_common}/log/horizon-uwsgi.log"
config-files:
- "{snap}/etc/horizon/horizon.conf"
config-files-override:
- "{snap_common}/etc/horizon/horizon.conf"
config-dirs:
- "{snap_common}/etc/horizon/horizon.conf.d"
log-file: "{snap_common}/log/horizon.log"
log-file: "{snap_common}/log/horizon-api.log"
templates:
horizon.ini.j2: "{snap_common}/etc/horizon/uwsgi/snap/horizon.ini"
horizon.ini.j2: "{snap_common}/etc/horizon/uwsgi/snap/horizon.ini"

4
snap-overlay/templates/horizon-nginx.conf.j2

@ -2,12 +2,12 @@
# to define this template. Be sure to update "listen" with the port number and
# also update "api-name" for the socket.
server {
listen 1234;
listen 80;
access_log {{ snap_common }}/log/nginx-access.log;
error_log {{ snap_common }}/log/nginx-error.log;
location / {
include {{ snap }}/usr/conf/uwsgi_params;
uwsgi_param SCRIPT_NAME '';
uwsgi_pass unix://{{ snap_common }}/run/api-name.sock;
uwsgi_pass unix://{{ snap_common }}/run/horizon.sock;
}
}

5
snap-overlay/templates/horizon.ini.j2

@ -1,8 +1,3 @@
# If the OpenStack service has an API that runs behind uwsgi+nginx, you'll need
# to define this template. Be sure to update the path for the wsgi-file and
# "api-name" for the socket. You may also want to rename this file according to
# the service it provides, and you may even need to provide multiple uwsgi files
# if there is more than one wsgi application.
[uwsgi]
wsgi-file = {{ snap }}/bin/horizon-wsgi
uwsgi-socket = {{ snap_common }}/run/horizon.sock

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