Glance database architecture¶
Glance Database Public API¶
The Glance Database API contains several methods for moving image metadata to and from persistent storage. You can find a list of public methods grouped by category below.
Common parameters for image methods¶
- The following parameters can be applied to all of the image methods below:
context— corresponds to a glance.context.RequestContext object, which stores the information on how a user accesses the system, as well as additional request information.
image_id— a string corresponding to the image identifier.
memb_id— a string corresponding to the member identifier of the image.
Image basic methods¶
Image processing methods:
image_create(context, values)— creates a new image record with parameters listed in the values dictionary. Returns a dictionary representation of a newly created glance.db.sqlalchemy.models.Image object.
image_update(context, image_id, values, purge_props=False, from_state=None)— updates the existing image with the identifier image_id with the values listed in the values dictionary. Returns a dictionary representation of the updated Image object.
Optional parameters are:
purge_props— a flag indicating that all the existing properties not listed in the values[‘properties’] should be deleted;
from_state— a string filter indicating that the updated image must be in the specified state.
image_destroy(context, image_id)— deletes all database records of an image with the identifier image_id (like tags, properties, and members) and sets a ‘deleted’ status on all the image locations.
image_get(context, image_id, force_show_deleted=False)— gets an image with the identifier image_id and returns its dictionary representation. The parameter force_show_deleted is a flag that indicates to show image info even if it was ‘deleted’, or its ‘pending_delete’ statuses.
image_get_all(context, filters=None, marker=None, limit=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None, member_status='accepted', is_public=None, admin_as_user=False, return_tag=False)— gets all the images that match zero or more filters.
Optional parameters are:
filters— dictionary of filter keys and values. If a ‘properties’ key is present, it is treated as a dictionary of key/value filters in the attribute of the image properties.
marker— image id after which a page should start.
limit— maximum number of images to return.
sort_key— list of image attributes by which results should be sorted.
sort_dir— direction in which results should be sorted (asc, desc).
member_status— only returns shared images that have this membership status.
is_public— if true, returns only public images. If false, returns only private and shared images.
admin_as_user— for backwards compatibility. If true, an admin sees the same set of images that would be seen by a regular user.
return_tag— indicates whether an image entry in the result includes its relevant tag entries. This can improve upper-layer query performance and avoid using separate calls.
Image location methods¶
Image location processing methods:
image_location_add(context, image_id, location)— adds a new location to an image with the identifier image_id. This location contains values listed in the dictionary location.
image_location_update(context, image_id, location)— updates an existing location with the identifier location[‘id’] for an image with the identifier image_id with values listed in the dictionary location.
image_location_delete(context, image_id, location_id, status, delete_time=None)— sets a ‘deleted’ or ‘pending_delete’ status to an existing location record with the identifier location_id for an image with the identifier image_id.
Image property methods¶
There is no public property update method. So if you want to modify it, you have to delete it first and then create a new one.
Image property processing methods:
image_property_create(context, values)— creates a property record with parameters listed in the values dictionary for an image with values[‘id’]. Returns a dictionary representation of a newly created ImageProperty object.
image_property_delete(context, prop_ref, image_ref)— deletes an existing property record with a name prop_ref for an image with the identifier image_ref.
Image member methods¶
Methods to handle image memberships:
image_member_create(context, values)— creates a member record with properties listed in the values dictionary for an image with values[‘id’]. Returns a dictionary representation of a newly created ImageMember object.
image_member_update(context, memb_id, values)— updates an existing member record with properties listed in the values dictionary for an image with values[‘id’]. Returns a dictionary representation of an updated member record.
image_member_delete(context, memb_id)— deletes an existing member record with memb_id.
image_member_find(context, image_id=None, member=None, status=None)— returns all members for a given context with optional image identifier (image_id), member name (member), and member status (status) parameters.
image_member_count(context, image_id)— returns a number of image members for an image with image_id.
Image tag methods¶
Methods to process images tags:
image_tag_set_all(context, image_id, tags)— changes all the existing tags for an image with image_id to the tags listed in the tags param. To remove all tags, a user just should provide an empty list.
image_tag_create(context, image_id, value)— adds a value to tags for an image with image_id. Returns the value of a newly created tag.
image_tag_delete(context, image_id, value)— removes a value from tags for an image with image_id.
image_tag_get_all(context, image_id)— returns a list of tags for a specific image.
Image info methods¶
The next two methods inform a user about his or her ability to modify and view an image. The image parameter here is a dictionary representation of an Image object.
is_image_mutable(context, image)— informs a user about the possibility to modify an image with the given context. Returns True if the image is mutable in this context.
is_image_visible(context, image, status=None)— informs about the possibility to see the image details with the given context and optionally with a status. Returns True if the image is visible in this context.
Glance database schema
Image 1. Glance images DB schema
Glance Database Backends¶
No documentation found for sqlalchemy in glance.db.sqlalchemy.metadata