A set of Neutron drivers for the VMware NSX.
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# Copyright 2013 VMware, Inc.
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import contextlib
import time
import mock
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_log import log
from oslo_serialization import jsonutils
from neutron.api.v2 import attributes as attr
from neutron.common import constants
from neutron.common import exceptions as n_exc
from neutron import context
from neutron.extensions import l3
from neutron.tests import base
from neutron.tests.unit.api.v2 import test_base
from neutron.tests.unit import testlib_api
from vmware_nsx.neutron.plugins.vmware.api_client import client
from vmware_nsx.neutron.plugins.vmware.api_client import exception as api_exc
from vmware_nsx.neutron.plugins.vmware.api_client import version
from vmware_nsx.neutron.plugins.vmware.common import sync
from vmware_nsx.neutron.plugins.vmware.dbexts import db
from vmware_nsx.neutron.plugins.vmware import nsx_cluster as cluster
from vmware_nsx.neutron.plugins.vmware import nsxlib
from vmware_nsx.neutron.plugins.vmware import plugin
from vmware_nsx.tests.unit import vmware
from vmware_nsx.tests.unit.vmware.apiclient import fake
LOG = log.getLogger(__name__)
_uuid = test_base._uuid
LSWITCHES = [{'uuid': _uuid(), 'name': 'ls-1'},
{'uuid': _uuid(), 'name': 'ls-2'}]
LSWITCHPORTS = [{'uuid': _uuid(), 'name': 'lp-1'},
{'uuid': _uuid(), 'name': 'lp-2'}]
LROUTERS = [{'uuid': _uuid(), 'name': 'lr-1'},
{'uuid': _uuid(), 'name': 'lr-2'}]
class CacheTestCase(base.BaseTestCase):
"""Test suite providing coverage for the Cache class."""
def setUp(self):
self.nsx_cache = sync.NsxCache()
for lswitch in LSWITCHES:
self.nsx_cache._uuid_dict_mappings[lswitch['uuid']] = (
self.nsx_cache._lswitches)
self.nsx_cache._lswitches[lswitch['uuid']] = (
{'data': lswitch,
'hash': hash(jsonutils.dumps(lswitch))})
for lswitchport in LSWITCHPORTS:
self.nsx_cache._uuid_dict_mappings[lswitchport['uuid']] = (
self.nsx_cache._lswitchports)
self.nsx_cache._lswitchports[lswitchport['uuid']] = (
{'data': lswitchport,
'hash': hash(jsonutils.dumps(lswitchport))})
for lrouter in LROUTERS:
self.nsx_cache._uuid_dict_mappings[lrouter['uuid']] = (
self.nsx_cache._lrouters)
self.nsx_cache._lrouters[lrouter['uuid']] = (
{'data': lrouter,
'hash': hash(jsonutils.dumps(lrouter))})
super(CacheTestCase, self).setUp()
def test_get_lswitches(self):
ls_uuids = self.nsx_cache.get_lswitches()
self.assertEqual(set(ls_uuids),
set([ls['uuid'] for ls in LSWITCHES]))
def test_get_lswitchports(self):
lp_uuids = self.nsx_cache.get_lswitchports()
self.assertEqual(set(lp_uuids),
set([lp['uuid'] for lp in LSWITCHPORTS]))
def test_get_lrouters(self):
lr_uuids = self.nsx_cache.get_lrouters()
self.assertEqual(set(lr_uuids),
set([lr['uuid'] for lr in LROUTERS]))
def test_get_lswitches_changed_only(self):
ls_uuids = self.nsx_cache.get_lswitches(changed_only=True)
self.assertEqual(0, len(ls_uuids))
def test_get_lswitchports_changed_only(self):
lp_uuids = self.nsx_cache.get_lswitchports(changed_only=True)
self.assertEqual(0, len(lp_uuids))
def test_get_lrouters_changed_only(self):
lr_uuids = self.nsx_cache.get_lrouters(changed_only=True)
self.assertEqual(0, len(lr_uuids))
def _verify_update(self, new_resource, changed=True, hit=True):
cached_resource = self.nsx_cache[new_resource['uuid']]
self.assertEqual(new_resource, cached_resource['data'])
self.assertEqual(hit, cached_resource.get('hit', False))
self.assertEqual(changed,
cached_resource.get('changed', False))
def test_update_lswitch_new_item(self):
new_switch_uuid = _uuid()
new_switch = {'uuid': new_switch_uuid, 'name': 'new_switch'}
self.nsx_cache.update_lswitch(new_switch)
self.assertIn(new_switch_uuid, self.nsx_cache._lswitches.keys())
self._verify_update(new_switch)
def test_update_lswitch_existing_item(self):
switch = LSWITCHES[0]
switch['name'] = 'new_name'
self.nsx_cache.update_lswitch(switch)
self.assertIn(switch['uuid'], self.nsx_cache._lswitches.keys())
self._verify_update(switch)
def test_update_lswitchport_new_item(self):
new_switchport_uuid = _uuid()
new_switchport = {'uuid': new_switchport_uuid,
'name': 'new_switchport'}
self.nsx_cache.update_lswitchport(new_switchport)
self.assertIn(new_switchport_uuid,
self.nsx_cache._lswitchports.keys())
self._verify_update(new_switchport)
def test_update_lswitchport_existing_item(self):
switchport = LSWITCHPORTS[0]
switchport['name'] = 'new_name'
self.nsx_cache.update_lswitchport(switchport)
self.assertIn(switchport['uuid'],
self.nsx_cache._lswitchports.keys())
self._verify_update(switchport)
def test_update_lrouter_new_item(self):
new_router_uuid = _uuid()
new_router = {'uuid': new_router_uuid,
'name': 'new_router'}
self.nsx_cache.update_lrouter(new_router)
self.assertIn(new_router_uuid,
self.nsx_cache._lrouters.keys())
self._verify_update(new_router)
def test_update_lrouter_existing_item(self):
router = LROUTERS[0]
router['name'] = 'new_name'
self.nsx_cache.update_lrouter(router)
self.assertIn(router['uuid'],
self.nsx_cache._lrouters.keys())
self._verify_update(router)
def test_process_updates_initial(self):
# Clear cache content to simulate first-time filling
self.nsx_cache._lswitches.clear()
self.nsx_cache._lswitchports.clear()
self.nsx_cache._lrouters.clear()
self.nsx_cache.process_updates(LSWITCHES, LROUTERS, LSWITCHPORTS)
for resource in LSWITCHES + LROUTERS + LSWITCHPORTS:
self._verify_update(resource)
def test_process_updates_no_change(self):
self.nsx_cache.process_updates(LSWITCHES, LROUTERS, LSWITCHPORTS)
for resource in LSWITCHES + LROUTERS + LSWITCHPORTS:
self._verify_update(resource, changed=False)
def test_process_updates_with_changes(self):
LSWITCHES[0]['name'] = 'altered'
self.nsx_cache.process_updates(LSWITCHES, LROUTERS, LSWITCHPORTS)
for resource in LSWITCHES + LROUTERS + LSWITCHPORTS:
changed = (True if resource['uuid'] == LSWITCHES[0]['uuid']
else False)
self._verify_update(resource, changed=changed)
def _test_process_updates_with_removals(self):
lswitches = LSWITCHES[:]
lswitch = lswitches.pop()
self.nsx_cache.process_updates(lswitches, LROUTERS, LSWITCHPORTS)
for resource in LSWITCHES + LROUTERS + LSWITCHPORTS:
hit = (False if resource['uuid'] == lswitch['uuid']
else True)
self._verify_update(resource, changed=False, hit=hit)
return (lswitch, lswitches)
def test_process_updates_with_removals(self):
self._test_process_updates_with_removals()
def test_process_updates_cleanup_after_delete(self):
deleted_lswitch, lswitches = self._test_process_updates_with_removals()
self.nsx_cache.process_deletes()
self.nsx_cache.process_updates(lswitches, LROUTERS, LSWITCHPORTS)
self.assertNotIn(deleted_lswitch['uuid'], self.nsx_cache._lswitches)
def test_update_resource_does_not_cleanup_deleted_resources(self):
deleted_lswitch, lswitches = self._test_process_updates_with_removals()
self.nsx_cache.process_deletes()
self.nsx_cache.update_lswitch(deleted_lswitch)
self.assertIn(deleted_lswitch['uuid'], self.nsx_cache._lswitches)
def _verify_delete(self, resource, deleted=True, hit=True):
cached_resource = self.nsx_cache[resource['uuid']]
data_field = 'data_bk' if deleted else 'data'
self.assertEqual(resource, cached_resource[data_field])
self.assertEqual(hit, cached_resource.get('hit', False))
self.assertEqual(deleted,
cached_resource.get('changed', False))
def _set_hit(self, resources, uuid_to_delete=None):
for resource in resources:
if resource['data']['uuid'] != uuid_to_delete:
resource['hit'] = True
def test_process_deletes_no_change(self):
# Mark all resources as hit
self._set_hit(self.nsx_cache._lswitches.values())
self._set_hit(self.nsx_cache._lswitchports.values())
self._set_hit(self.nsx_cache._lrouters.values())
self.nsx_cache.process_deletes()
for resource in LSWITCHES + LROUTERS + LSWITCHPORTS:
self._verify_delete(resource, hit=False, deleted=False)
def test_process_deletes_with_removals(self):
# Mark all resources but one as hit
uuid_to_delete = LSWITCHPORTS[0]['uuid']
self._set_hit(self.nsx_cache._lswitches.values(),
uuid_to_delete)
self._set_hit(self.nsx_cache._lswitchports.values(),
uuid_to_delete)
self._set_hit(self.nsx_cache._lrouters.values(),
uuid_to_delete)
self.nsx_cache.process_deletes()
for resource in LSWITCHES + LROUTERS + LSWITCHPORTS:
deleted = resource['uuid'] == uuid_to_delete
self._verify_delete(resource, hit=False, deleted=deleted)
class SyncLoopingCallTestCase(base.BaseTestCase):
def test_looping_calls(self):
# Avoid runs of the synchronization process - just start
# the looping call
with mock.patch.object(
sync.NsxSynchronizer, '_synchronize_state', return_value=0.01,):
synchronizer = sync.NsxSynchronizer(mock.ANY, mock.ANY,
100, 0, 0,
initial_delay=0)
time.sleep(0.03)
# stop looping call before asserting
synchronizer._sync_looping_call.stop()
# Just verify the looping call has been called, trying
# to assess the exact number of calls would be unreliable
self.assertTrue(synchronizer._synchronize_state.call_count)
class SyncTestCase(testlib_api.SqlTestCase):
def setUp(self):
# mock api client
self.fc = fake.FakeClient(vmware.STUBS_PATH)
mock_api = mock.patch(vmware.NSXAPI_NAME, autospec=True)
# Avoid runs of the synchronizer looping call
# These unit tests will excplicitly invoke synchronization
patch_sync = mock.patch.object(sync, '_start_loopingcall')
self.mock_api = mock_api.start()
patch_sync.start()
self.mock_api.return_value.login.return_value = "the_cookie"
# Emulate tests against NSX 3.x
self.mock_api.return_value.get_version.return_value = (
version.Version("3.1"))
self.mock_api.return_value.request.side_effect = self.fc.fake_request
self.fake_cluster = cluster.NSXCluster(
name='fake-cluster', nsx_controllers=['1.1.1.1:999'],
default_tz_uuid=_uuid(), nsx_user='foo', nsx_password='bar')
self.fake_cluster.api_client = client.NsxApiClient(
('1.1.1.1', '999', True),
self.fake_cluster.nsx_user, self.fake_cluster.nsx_password,
http_timeout=self.fake_cluster.http_timeout,
retries=self.fake_cluster.retries,
redirects=self.fake_cluster.redirects)
# Instantiate Neutron plugin
# and setup needed config variables
args = ['--config-file', vmware.get_fake_conf('neutron.conf.test'),
'--config-file', vmware.get_fake_conf('nsx.ini.test')]
self.config_parse(args=args)
cfg.CONF.set_override('allow_overlapping_ips', True)
self._plugin = plugin.NsxPlugin()
# Mock neutron manager plugin load functions to speed up tests
mock_nm_get_plugin = mock.patch('neutron.manager.NeutronManager.'
'get_plugin')
mock_nm_get_service_plugins = mock.patch(
'neutron.manager.NeutronManager.get_service_plugins')
self.mock_nm_get_plugin = mock_nm_get_plugin.start()
self.mock_nm_get_plugin.return_value = self._plugin
mock_nm_get_service_plugins.start()
super(SyncTestCase, self).setUp()
self.addCleanup(self.fc.reset_all)
@contextlib.contextmanager
def _populate_data(self, ctx, net_size=2, port_size=2, router_size=2):
def network(idx):
return {'network': {'name': 'net-%s' % idx,
'admin_state_up': True,
'shared': False,
'port_security_enabled': True,
'tenant_id': 'foo'}}
def subnet(idx, net_id):
return {'subnet':
{'cidr': '10.10.%s.0/24' % idx,
'name': 'sub-%s' % idx,
'gateway_ip': attr.ATTR_NOT_SPECIFIED,
'allocation_pools': attr.ATTR_NOT_SPECIFIED,
'ip_version': 4,
'dns_nameservers': attr.ATTR_NOT_SPECIFIED,
'host_routes': attr.ATTR_NOT_SPECIFIED,
'enable_dhcp': True,
'network_id': net_id,
'tenant_id': 'foo'}}
def port(idx, net_id):
return {'port': {'network_id': net_id,
'name': 'port-%s' % idx,
'admin_state_up': True,
'device_id': 'miao',
'device_owner': 'bau',
'fixed_ips': attr.ATTR_NOT_SPECIFIED,
'mac_address': attr.ATTR_NOT_SPECIFIED,
'tenant_id': 'foo'}}
def router(idx):
# Use random uuids as names
return {'router': {'name': 'rtr-%s' % idx,
'admin_state_up': True,
'tenant_id': 'foo'}}
networks = []
ports = []
routers = []
for i in range(net_size):
net = self._plugin.create_network(ctx, network(i))
networks.append(net)
self._plugin.create_subnet(ctx, subnet(i, net['id']))
for j in range(port_size):
ports.append(self._plugin.create_port(
ctx, port("%s-%s" % (i, j), net['id'])))
for i in range(router_size):
routers.append(self._plugin.create_router(ctx, router(i)))
# Do not return anything as the user does need the actual
# data created
yield
# Remove everything
for router in routers:
self._plugin.delete_router(ctx, router['id'])
for port in ports:
self._plugin.delete_port(ctx, port['id'])
# This will remove networks and subnets
for network in networks:
self._plugin.delete_network(ctx, network['id'])
def _get_tag_dict(self, tags):
return dict((tag['scope'], tag['tag']) for tag in tags)
def _test_sync(self, exp_net_status,
exp_port_status, exp_router_status,
action_callback=None, sp=None):
ls_uuid = list(self.fc._fake_lswitch_dict)[0]
neutron_net_id = self._get_tag_dict(
self.fc._fake_lswitch_dict[ls_uuid]['tags'])['quantum_net_id']
lp_uuid = list(self.fc._fake_lswitch_lport_dict)[0]
neutron_port_id = self._get_tag_dict(
self.fc._fake_lswitch_lport_dict[lp_uuid]['tags'])['q_port_id']
lr_uuid = list(self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict)[0]
neutron_rtr_id = self._get_tag_dict(
self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict[lr_uuid]['tags'])['q_router_id']
if action_callback:
action_callback(ls_uuid, lp_uuid, lr_uuid)
# Make chunk big enough to read everything
if not sp:
sp = sync.SyncParameters(100)
self._plugin._synchronizer._synchronize_state(sp)
# Verify element is in expected status
# TODO(salv-orlando): Verify status for all elements
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
neutron_net = self._plugin.get_network(ctx, neutron_net_id)
neutron_port = self._plugin.get_port(ctx, neutron_port_id)
neutron_rtr = self._plugin.get_router(ctx, neutron_rtr_id)
self.assertEqual(exp_net_status, neutron_net['status'])
self.assertEqual(exp_port_status, neutron_port['status'])
self.assertEqual(exp_router_status, neutron_rtr['status'])
def _action_callback_status_down(self, ls_uuid, lp_uuid, lr_uuid):
self.fc._fake_lswitch_dict[ls_uuid]['status'] = 'false'
self.fc._fake_lswitch_lport_dict[lp_uuid]['status'] = 'false'
self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict[lr_uuid]['status'] = 'false'
def test_initial_sync(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
self._test_sync(
constants.NET_STATUS_ACTIVE,
constants.PORT_STATUS_ACTIVE,
constants.NET_STATUS_ACTIVE)
def test_initial_sync_with_resources_down(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
self._test_sync(
constants.NET_STATUS_DOWN, constants.PORT_STATUS_DOWN,
constants.NET_STATUS_DOWN, self._action_callback_status_down)
def test_resync_with_resources_down(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
sp = sync.SyncParameters(100)
self._plugin._synchronizer._synchronize_state(sp)
# Ensure the synchronizer performs a resync
sp.init_sync_performed = True
self._test_sync(
constants.NET_STATUS_DOWN, constants.PORT_STATUS_DOWN,
constants.NET_STATUS_DOWN, self._action_callback_status_down,
sp=sp)
def _action_callback_del_resource(self, ls_uuid, lp_uuid, lr_uuid):
del self.fc._fake_lswitch_dict[ls_uuid]
del self.fc._fake_lswitch_lport_dict[lp_uuid]
del self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict[lr_uuid]
def test_initial_sync_with_resources_removed(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
self._test_sync(
constants.NET_STATUS_ERROR, constants.PORT_STATUS_ERROR,
constants.NET_STATUS_ERROR, self._action_callback_del_resource)
def test_resync_with_resources_removed(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
sp = sync.SyncParameters(100)
self._plugin._synchronizer._synchronize_state(sp)
# Ensure the synchronizer performs a resync
sp.init_sync_performed = True
self._test_sync(
constants.NET_STATUS_ERROR, constants.PORT_STATUS_ERROR,
constants.NET_STATUS_ERROR, self._action_callback_del_resource,
sp=sp)
def _test_sync_with_chunk_larger_maxpagesize(
self, net_size, port_size, router_size, chunk_size, exp_calls):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
real_func = nsxlib.get_single_query_page
sp = sync.SyncParameters(chunk_size)
with self._populate_data(ctx, net_size=net_size,
port_size=port_size,
router_size=router_size):
with mock.patch.object(sync, 'MAX_PAGE_SIZE', 15):
# The following mock is just for counting calls,
# but we will still run the actual function
with mock.patch.object(
nsxlib, 'get_single_query_page',
side_effect=real_func) as mock_get_page:
self._test_sync(
constants.NET_STATUS_ACTIVE,
constants.PORT_STATUS_ACTIVE,
constants.NET_STATUS_ACTIVE,
sp=sp)
# As each resource type does not exceed the maximum page size,
# the method should be called once for each resource type
self.assertEqual(exp_calls, mock_get_page.call_count)
def test_sync_chunk_larger_maxpagesize_no_multiple_requests(self):
# total resource size = 20
# total size for each resource does not exceed max page size (15)
self._test_sync_with_chunk_larger_maxpagesize(
net_size=5, port_size=2, router_size=5,
chunk_size=20, exp_calls=3)
def test_sync_chunk_larger_maxpagesize_triggers_multiple_requests(self):
# total resource size = 48
# total size for each resource does exceed max page size (15)
self._test_sync_with_chunk_larger_maxpagesize(
net_size=16, port_size=1, router_size=16,
chunk_size=48, exp_calls=6)
def test_sync_multi_chunk(self):
# The fake NSX API client cannot be used for this test
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
# Generate 4 networks, 1 port per network, and 4 routers
with self._populate_data(ctx, net_size=4, port_size=1, router_size=4):
fake_lswitches = jsonutils.loads(
self.fc.handle_get('/ws.v1/lswitch'))['results']
fake_lrouters = jsonutils.loads(
self.fc.handle_get('/ws.v1/lrouter'))['results']
fake_lswitchports = jsonutils.loads(
self.fc.handle_get('/ws.v1/lswitch/*/lport'))['results']
return_values = [
# Chunk 0 - lswitches
(fake_lswitches, None, 4),
# Chunk 0 - lrouters
(fake_lrouters[:2], 'xxx', 4),
# Chunk 0 - lports (size only)
([], 'start', 4),
# Chunk 1 - lrouters (2 more) (lswitches are skipped)
(fake_lrouters[2:], None, None),
# Chunk 1 - lports
(fake_lswitchports, None, 4)]
def fake_fetch_data(*args, **kwargs):
return return_values.pop(0)
# 2 Chunks, with 6 resources each.
# 1st chunk lswitches and lrouters
# 2nd chunk lrouters and lports
# Mock _fetch_data
with mock.patch.object(
self._plugin._synchronizer, '_fetch_data',
side_effect=fake_fetch_data):
sp = sync.SyncParameters(6)
def do_chunk(chunk_idx, ls_cursor, lr_cursor, lp_cursor):
self._plugin._synchronizer._synchronize_state(sp)
self.assertEqual(chunk_idx, sp.current_chunk)
self.assertEqual(ls_cursor, sp.ls_cursor)
self.assertEqual(lr_cursor, sp.lr_cursor)
self.assertEqual(lp_cursor, sp.lp_cursor)
# check 1st chunk
do_chunk(1, None, 'xxx', 'start')
# check 2nd chunk
do_chunk(0, None, None, None)
# Chunk size should have stayed the same
self.assertEqual(sp.chunk_size, 6)
def test_synchronize_network(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
# Put a network down to verify synchronization
ls_uuid = list(self.fc._fake_lswitch_dict)[0]
q_net_id = self._get_tag_dict(
self.fc._fake_lswitch_dict[ls_uuid]['tags'])['quantum_net_id']
self.fc._fake_lswitch_dict[ls_uuid]['status'] = 'false'
q_net_data = self._plugin._get_network(ctx, q_net_id)
self._plugin._synchronizer.synchronize_network(ctx, q_net_data)
# Reload from db
q_nets = self._plugin.get_networks(ctx)
for q_net in q_nets:
if q_net['id'] == q_net_id:
exp_status = constants.NET_STATUS_DOWN
else:
exp_status = constants.NET_STATUS_ACTIVE
self.assertEqual(exp_status, q_net['status'])
def test_synchronize_network_not_found_in_db_no_raise(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
# Put a network down to verify synchronization
ls_uuid = list(self.fc._fake_lswitch_dict)[0]
q_net_id = self._get_tag_dict(
self.fc._fake_lswitch_dict[ls_uuid]['tags'])['quantum_net_id']
self.fc._fake_lswitch_dict[ls_uuid]['status'] = 'false'
q_net_data = self._plugin._get_network(ctx, q_net_id)
with mock.patch.object(self._plugin,
'_get_network') as _get_network:
_get_network.side_effect = n_exc.NetworkNotFound(
net_id=q_net_data['id'])
self._plugin._synchronizer.synchronize_network(ctx, q_net_data)
def test_synchronize_network_on_get(self):
cfg.CONF.set_override('always_read_status', True, 'NSX_SYNC')
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
# Put a network down to verify punctual synchronization
ls_uuid = list(self.fc._fake_lswitch_dict)[0]
q_net_id = self._get_tag_dict(
self.fc._fake_lswitch_dict[ls_uuid]['tags'])['quantum_net_id']
self.fc._fake_lswitch_dict[ls_uuid]['status'] = 'false'
q_net_data = self._plugin.get_network(ctx, q_net_id)
self.assertEqual(constants.NET_STATUS_DOWN, q_net_data['status'])
def test_synchronize_port_not_found_in_db_no_raise(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
# Put a port down to verify synchronization
lp_uuid = list(self.fc._fake_lswitch_lport_dict)[0]
lport = self.fc._fake_lswitch_lport_dict[lp_uuid]
q_port_id = self._get_tag_dict(lport['tags'])['q_port_id']
lport['status'] = 'true'
q_port_data = self._plugin._get_port(ctx, q_port_id)
with mock.patch.object(self._plugin,
'_get_port') as _get_port:
_get_port.side_effect = n_exc.PortNotFound(
port_id=q_port_data['id'])
self._plugin._synchronizer.synchronize_port(ctx, q_port_data)
def test_synchronize_port(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
# Put a port down to verify synchronization
lp_uuid = list(self.fc._fake_lswitch_lport_dict)[0]
lport = self.fc._fake_lswitch_lport_dict[lp_uuid]
q_port_id = self._get_tag_dict(lport['tags'])['q_port_id']
lport['status'] = 'true'
q_port_data = self._plugin._get_port(ctx, q_port_id)
self._plugin._synchronizer.synchronize_port(ctx, q_port_data)
# Reload from db
q_ports = self._plugin.get_ports(ctx)
for q_port in q_ports:
if q_port['id'] == q_port_id:
exp_status = constants.PORT_STATUS_ACTIVE
else:
exp_status = constants.PORT_STATUS_DOWN
self.assertEqual(exp_status, q_port['status'])
def test_synchronize_port_on_get(self):
cfg.CONF.set_override('always_read_status', True, 'NSX_SYNC')
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
# Put a port down to verify punctual synchronization
lp_uuid = list(self.fc._fake_lswitch_lport_dict)[0]
lport = self.fc._fake_lswitch_lport_dict[lp_uuid]
q_port_id = self._get_tag_dict(lport['tags'])['q_port_id']
lport['status'] = 'false'
q_port_data = self._plugin.get_port(ctx, q_port_id)
self.assertEqual(constants.PORT_STATUS_DOWN,
q_port_data['status'])
def test_synchronize_routernot_found_in_db_no_raise(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
# Put a router down to verify synchronization
lr_uuid = list(self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict)[0]
q_rtr_id = self._get_tag_dict(
self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict[lr_uuid]['tags'])['q_router_id']
self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict[lr_uuid]['status'] = 'false'
q_rtr_data = self._plugin._get_router(ctx, q_rtr_id)
with mock.patch.object(self._plugin,
'_get_router') as _get_router:
_get_router.side_effect = l3.RouterNotFound(
router_id=q_rtr_data['id'])
self._plugin._synchronizer.synchronize_router(ctx, q_rtr_data)
def test_synchronize_router(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
# Put a router down to verify synchronization
lr_uuid = list(self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict)[0]
q_rtr_id = self._get_tag_dict(
self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict[lr_uuid]['tags'])['q_router_id']
self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict[lr_uuid]['status'] = 'false'
q_rtr_data = self._plugin._get_router(ctx, q_rtr_id)
self._plugin._synchronizer.synchronize_router(ctx, q_rtr_data)
# Reload from db
q_routers = self._plugin.get_routers(ctx)
for q_rtr in q_routers:
if q_rtr['id'] == q_rtr_id:
exp_status = constants.NET_STATUS_DOWN
else:
exp_status = constants.NET_STATUS_ACTIVE
self.assertEqual(exp_status, q_rtr['status'])
def test_synchronize_router_nsx_mapping_not_found(self):
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
# Put a router down to verify synchronization
lr_uuid = list(self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict)[0]
q_rtr_id = self._get_tag_dict(
self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict[lr_uuid]['tags'])['q_router_id']
self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict[lr_uuid]['status'] = 'false'
q_rtr_data = self._plugin._get_router(ctx, q_rtr_id)
# delete router mapping from db.
db.delete_neutron_nsx_router_mapping(ctx.session, q_rtr_id)
# pop router from fake nsx client
router_data = self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict.pop(lr_uuid)
self._plugin._synchronizer.synchronize_router(ctx, q_rtr_data)
# Reload from db
q_routers = self._plugin.get_routers(ctx)
for q_rtr in q_routers:
if q_rtr['id'] == q_rtr_id:
exp_status = constants.NET_STATUS_ERROR
else:
exp_status = constants.NET_STATUS_ACTIVE
self.assertEqual(exp_status, q_rtr['status'])
# put the router database since we don't handle missing
# router data in the fake nsx api_client
self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict[lr_uuid] = router_data
def test_synchronize_router_on_get(self):
cfg.CONF.set_override('always_read_status', True, 'NSX_SYNC')
ctx = context.get_admin_context()
with self._populate_data(ctx):
# Put a router down to verify punctual synchronization
lr_uuid = list(self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict)[0]
q_rtr_id = self._get_tag_dict(
self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict[lr_uuid]['tags'])['q_router_id']
self.fc._fake_lrouter_dict[lr_uuid]['status'] = 'false'
q_rtr_data = self._plugin.get_router(ctx, q_rtr_id)
self.assertEqual(constants.NET_STATUS_DOWN, q_rtr_data['status'])
def test_sync_nsx_failure_backoff(self):
self.mock_api.return_value.request.side_effect = api_exc.RequestTimeout
# chunk size won't matter here
sp = sync.SyncParameters(999)
for i in range(10):
self.assertEqual(
min(64, 2 ** i),
self._plugin._synchronizer._synchronize_state(sp))