A set of Neutron drivers for the VMware NSX.
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# Copyright 2013 VMware, Inc.
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# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
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# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
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# under the License.
from distutils import version
import functools
import hashlib
import eventlet
from neutron import version as n_version
from neutron_lib.api import validators
from neutron_lib import exceptions
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_context import context as common_context
from oslo_log import log
import retrying
import six
from vmware_nsx._i18n import _, _LE
LOG = log.getLogger(__name__)
MAX_DISPLAY_NAME_LEN = 40
MAX_RESOURCE_TYPE_LEN = 20
MAX_TAG_LEN = 40
NEUTRON_VERSION = n_version.version_info.release_string()
NSX_NEUTRON_PLUGIN = 'NSX Neutron plugin'
OS_NEUTRON_ID_SCOPE = 'os-neutron-id'
NSXV3_VERSION_1_1_0 = '1.1.0'
# Allowed network types for the NSX Plugin
class NetworkTypes(object):
"""Allowed provider network types for the NSX Plugin."""
L3_EXT = 'l3_ext'
STT = 'stt'
GRE = 'gre'
FLAT = 'flat'
VLAN = 'vlan'
BRIDGE = 'bridge'
PORTGROUP = 'portgroup'
# Allowed network types for the NSX-v Plugin
class NsxVNetworkTypes(object):
"""Allowed provider network types for the NSX-v Plugin."""
FLAT = 'flat'
VLAN = 'vlan'
VXLAN = 'vxlan'
PORTGROUP = 'portgroup'
# Allowed network types for the NSXv3 Plugin
class NsxV3NetworkTypes(object):
"""Allowed provider network types for the NSXv3 Plugin."""
FLAT = 'flat'
VLAN = 'vlan'
VXLAN = 'vxlan'
def is_nsx_version_1_1_0(nsx_version):
return (version.LooseVersion(nsx_version) >=
version.LooseVersion(NSXV3_VERSION_1_1_0))
def get_tags(**kwargs):
tags = ([dict(tag=value, scope=key)
for key, value in six.iteritems(kwargs)])
tags.append({"tag": NEUTRON_VERSION, "scope": "quantum"})
return sorted(tags, key=lambda x: x['tag'])
def device_id_to_vm_id(device_id, obfuscate=False):
# device_id can be longer than 40 characters, for example
# a device_id for a dhcp port is like the following:
#
# dhcp83b5fdeb-e3b4-5e18-ac5f-55161...80747326-47d7-46c2-a87a-cf6d5194877c
#
# To fit it into an NSX tag we need to hash it, however device_id
# used for ports associated to VM's are small enough so let's skip the
# hashing
if len(device_id) > MAX_DISPLAY_NAME_LEN or obfuscate:
return hashlib.sha1(device_id.encode()).hexdigest()
else:
return device_id or "N/A"
def check_and_truncate(display_name):
if (validators.is_attr_set(display_name) and
len(display_name) > MAX_DISPLAY_NAME_LEN):
LOG.debug("Specified name:'%s' exceeds maximum length. "
"It will be truncated on NSX", display_name)
return display_name[:MAX_DISPLAY_NAME_LEN]
return display_name or ''
def is_internal_resource(nsx_resource):
"""
Indicates whether the passed nsx-resource is owned by the plugin for
internal use.
"""
for tag in nsx_resource.get('tags', []):
if tag['scope'] == OS_NEUTRON_ID_SCOPE:
return tag['tag'] == NSX_NEUTRON_PLUGIN
return False
def build_v3_api_version_tag():
"""
Some resources are created on the manager that do not have a corresponding
Neutron resource.
"""
return [{'scope': OS_NEUTRON_ID_SCOPE,
'tag': NSX_NEUTRON_PLUGIN},
{'scope': "os-api-version",
'tag': n_version.version_info.release_string()}]
def _validate_resource_type_length(resource_type):
# Add in a validation to ensure that we catch this at build time
if len(resource_type) > MAX_RESOURCE_TYPE_LEN:
raise exceptions.InvalidInput(
error_message=(_('Resource type cannot exceed %(max_len)s '
'characters: %(resource_type)s') %
{'max_len': MAX_RESOURCE_TYPE_LEN,
'resource_type': resource_type}))
def build_v3_tags_payload(resource, resource_type, project_name):
"""
Construct the tags payload that will be pushed to NSX-v3
Add <resource_type>:<resource-id>, os-project-id:<tenant-id>,
os-project-name:<project_name> os-api-version:<neutron-api-version>
"""
_validate_resource_type_length(resource_type)
# There may be cases when the plugin creates the port, for example DHCP
if not project_name:
project_name = 'NSX Neutron plugin'
tenant_id = resource.get('tenant_id', '')
# If tenant_id is present in resource and set to None, explicitly set
# the tenant_id in tags as ''.
if tenant_id is None:
tenant_id = ''
return [{'scope': resource_type,
'tag': resource.get('id', '')[:MAX_TAG_LEN]},
{'scope': 'os-project-id',
'tag': tenant_id[:MAX_TAG_LEN]},
{'scope': 'os-project-name',
'tag': project_name[:MAX_TAG_LEN]},
{'scope': 'os-api-version',
'tag': n_version.version_info.release_string()[:MAX_TAG_LEN]}]
def add_v3_tag(tags, resource_type, tag):
_validate_resource_type_length(resource_type)
tags.append({'scope': resource_type, 'tag': tag[:MAX_TAG_LEN]})
return tags
def update_v3_tags(current_tags, tags_update):
current_scopes = set([tag['scope'] for tag in current_tags])
updated_scopes = set([tag['scope'] for tag in tags_update])
tags = [{'scope': tag['scope'], 'tag': tag['tag']}
for tag in (current_tags + tags_update)
if tag['scope'] in (current_scopes ^ updated_scopes)]
modified_scopes = current_scopes & updated_scopes
for tag in tags_update:
if tag['scope'] in modified_scopes:
# If the tag value is empty or None, then remove the tag completely
if tag['tag']:
tag['tag'] = tag['tag'][:MAX_TAG_LEN]
tags.append(tag)
return tags
def retry_upon_exception_nsxv3(exc, delay=500, max_delay=2000,
max_attempts=cfg.CONF.nsx_v3.retries):
return retrying.retry(retry_on_exception=lambda e: isinstance(e, exc),
wait_exponential_multiplier=delay,
wait_exponential_max=max_delay,
stop_max_attempt_number=max_attempts)
def list_match(list1, list2):
# Check if list1 and list2 have identical elements, but relaxed on
# dict elements where list1's dict element can be a subset of list2's
# corresponding element.
if (not isinstance(list1, list) or
not isinstance(list2, list) or
len(list1) != len(list2)):
return False
list1 = sorted(list1)
list2 = sorted(list2)
for (v1, v2) in zip(list1, list2):
if isinstance(v1, dict):
if not dict_match(v1, v2):
return False
elif isinstance(v1, list):
if not list_match(v1, v2):
return False
elif v1 != v2:
return False
return True
def dict_match(dict1, dict2):
# Check if dict1 is a subset of dict2.
if not isinstance(dict1, dict) or not isinstance(dict2, dict):
return False
for k1, v1 in dict1.items():
if k1 not in dict2:
return False
v2 = dict2[k1]
if isinstance(v1, dict):
if not dict_match(v1, v2):
return False
elif isinstance(v1, list):
if not list_match(v1, v2):
return False
elif v1 != v2:
return False
return True
def read_file(path):
try:
with open(path) as file:
return file.read().strip()
except IOError as e:
LOG.error(_LE("Error while opening file "
"%(path)s: %(err)s"), {'path': path, 'err': str(e)})
def get_name_and_uuid(name, uuid, tag=None, maxlen=80):
short_uuid = '_' + uuid[:5] + '...' + uuid[-5:]
maxlen = maxlen - len(short_uuid)
if tag:
maxlen = maxlen - len(tag) - 1
return name[:maxlen] + '_' + tag + short_uuid
else:
return name[:maxlen] + short_uuid
def is_ipv4_ip_address(addr):
def _valid_part(part):
try:
int_part = int(part)
if int_part < 0 or int_part > 255:
return False
return True
except ValueError:
return False
parts = str(addr).split('.')
if len(parts) != 4:
return False
for ip_part in parts:
if not _valid_part(ip_part):
return False
return True
def spawn_n(func, *args, **kwargs):
"""Passthrough method for eventlet.spawn_n.
This utility exists so that it can be stubbed for testing without
interfering with the service spawns.
It will also grab the context from the threadlocal store and add it to
the store on the new thread. This allows for continuity in logging the
context when using this method to spawn a new thread.
"""
_context = common_context.get_current()
@functools.wraps(func)
def context_wrapper(*args, **kwargs):
# NOTE: If update_store is not called after spawn_n it won't be
# available for the logger to pull from threadlocal storage.
if _context is not None:
_context.update_store()
func(*args, **kwargs)
eventlet.spawn_n(context_wrapper, *args, **kwargs)