heat.engine.service

Source code for heat.engine.service

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import collections
import datetime
import functools
import itertools
import os
import pydoc
import socket

import eventlet
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_context import context as oslo_context
from oslo_log import log as logging
import oslo_messaging as messaging
from oslo_serialization import jsonutils
from oslo_service import service
from oslo_service import threadgroup
from oslo_utils import timeutils
from oslo_utils import uuidutils
from osprofiler import profiler
import six
import webob

from heat.common import context
from heat.common import environment_format as env_fmt
from heat.common import environment_util as env_util
from heat.common import exception
from heat.common.i18n import _
from heat.common import identifier
from heat.common import messaging as rpc_messaging
from heat.common import policy
from heat.common import service_utils
from heat.engine import api
from heat.engine import attributes
from heat.engine.cfn import template as cfntemplate
from heat.engine import clients
from heat.engine import environment
from heat.engine.hot import functions as hot_functions
from heat.engine import parameter_groups
from heat.engine import properties
from heat.engine import resources
from heat.engine import service_software_config
from heat.engine import service_stack_watch
from heat.engine import stack as parser
from heat.engine import stack_lock
from heat.engine import stk_defn
from heat.engine import support
from heat.engine import template as templatem
from heat.engine import update
from heat.engine import watchrule
from heat.engine import worker
from heat.objects import event as event_object
from heat.objects import resource as resource_objects
from heat.objects import service as service_objects
from heat.objects import snapshot as snapshot_object
from heat.objects import stack as stack_object
from heat.objects import watch_data
from heat.objects import watch_rule
from heat.rpc import api as rpc_api
from heat.rpc import worker_api as rpc_worker_api

cfg.CONF.import_opt('engine_life_check_timeout', 'heat.common.config')
cfg.CONF.import_opt('max_resources_per_stack', 'heat.common.config')
cfg.CONF.import_opt('max_stacks_per_tenant', 'heat.common.config')
cfg.CONF.import_opt('enable_stack_abandon', 'heat.common.config')
cfg.CONF.import_opt('enable_stack_adopt', 'heat.common.config')
cfg.CONF.import_opt('convergence_engine', 'heat.common.config')

# Time to wait for a stack to stop when cancelling running threads, before
# giving up on being able to start a delete.
STOP_STACK_TIMEOUT = 30

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)


[docs]class ThreadGroupManager(object): def __init__(self): super(ThreadGroupManager, self).__init__() self.groups = {} self.msg_queues = collections.defaultdict(list) # Create dummy service task, because when there is nothing queued # on self.tg the process exits self.add_timer(cfg.CONF.periodic_interval, self._service_task) def _service_task(self): """Dummy task which gets queued on the service.Service threadgroup. Without this, service.Service sees nothing running i.e has nothing to wait() on, so the process exits. This could also be used to trigger periodic non-stack-specific housekeeping tasks. """ pass def _serialize_profile_info(self): prof = profiler.get() trace_info = None if prof: trace_info = { "hmac_key": prof.hmac_key, "base_id": prof.get_base_id(), "parent_id": prof.get_id() } return trace_info def _start_with_trace(self, cnxt, trace, func, *args, **kwargs): if trace: profiler.init(**trace) if cnxt is not None: cnxt.update_store() return func(*args, **kwargs)
[docs] def start(self, stack_id, func, *args, **kwargs): """Run the given method in a sub-thread.""" if stack_id not in self.groups: self.groups[stack_id] = threadgroup.ThreadGroup() def log_exceptions(gt): try: gt.wait() except Exception: LOG.exception('Unhandled error in asynchronous task') except BaseException: pass req_cnxt = oslo_context.get_current() th = self.groups[stack_id].add_thread(self._start_with_trace, req_cnxt, self._serialize_profile_info(), func, *args, **kwargs) th.link(log_exceptions) return th
[docs] def start_with_lock(self, cnxt, stack, engine_id, func, *args, **kwargs): """Run the method in sub-thread after acquiring the stack lock. Release the lock when the thread finishes. :param cnxt: RPC context :param stack: Stack to be operated on :type stack: heat.engine.parser.Stack :param engine_id: The UUID of the engine/worker acquiring the lock :param func: Callable to be invoked in sub-thread :type func: function or instancemethod :param args: Args to be passed to func :param kwargs: Keyword-args to be passed to func. """ lock = stack_lock.StackLock(cnxt, stack.id, engine_id) with lock.thread_lock(): th = self.start_with_acquired_lock(stack, lock, func, *args, **kwargs) return th
[docs] def start_with_acquired_lock(self, stack, lock, func, *args, **kwargs): """Run the given method in a sub-thread with an existing stack lock. Release the provided lock when the thread finishes. :param stack: Stack to be operated on :type stack: heat.engine.parser.Stack :param lock: The acquired stack lock :type lock: heat.engine.stack_lock.StackLock :param func: Callable to be invoked in sub-thread :type func: function or instancemethod :param args: Args to be passed to func :param kwargs: Keyword-args to be passed to func """ def release(gt): """Callback function that will be passed to GreenThread.link(). Persist the stack state to COMPLETE and FAILED close to releasing the lock to avoid race conditions. """ if (stack is not None and stack.status != stack.IN_PROGRESS and stack.action not in (stack.DELETE, stack.ROLLBACK, stack.UPDATE)): stack.persist_state_and_release_lock(lock.engine_id) else: lock.release() # Link to self to allow the stack to run tasks stack.thread_group_mgr = self th = self.start(stack.id, func, *args, **kwargs) th.link(release) return th
[docs] def add_timer(self, stack_id, func, *args, **kwargs): """Define a periodic task in the stack threadgroups. The task is run in a separate greenthread. Periodicity is cfg.CONF.periodic_interval """ if stack_id not in self.groups: self.groups[stack_id] = threadgroup.ThreadGroup() self.groups[stack_id].add_timer(cfg.CONF.periodic_interval, func, *args, **kwargs)
[docs] def add_msg_queue(self, stack_id, msg_queue): self.msg_queues[stack_id].append(msg_queue)
[docs] def remove_msg_queue(self, gt, stack_id, msg_queue): for q in self.msg_queues.pop(stack_id, []): if q is not msg_queue: self.add_msg_queue(stack_id, q)
[docs] def stop_timers(self, stack_id): if stack_id in self.groups: self.groups[stack_id].stop_timers()
[docs] def stop(self, stack_id, graceful=False): """Stop any active threads on a stack.""" if stack_id in self.groups: self.msg_queues.pop(stack_id, None) threadgroup = self.groups.pop(stack_id) threads = threadgroup.threads[:] threadgroup.stop(graceful) threadgroup.wait() # Wait for link()ed functions (i.e. lock release) links_done = dict((th, False) for th in threads) def mark_done(gt, th): links_done[th] = True for th in threads: th.link(mark_done, th) while not all(six.itervalues(links_done)): eventlet.sleep()
[docs] def send(self, stack_id, message): for msg_queue in self.msg_queues.get(stack_id, []): msg_queue.put_nowait(message)
[docs]@profiler.trace_cls("rpc") class EngineListener(object): """Listen on an AMQP queue named for the engine. Allows individual engines to communicate with each other for multi-engine support. """ ACTIONS = (STOP_STACK, SEND) = ('stop_stack', 'send') def __init__(self, host, engine_id, thread_group_mgr): self.thread_group_mgr = thread_group_mgr self.engine_id = engine_id self.host = host self._server = None
[docs] def start(self): self.target = messaging.Target( server=self.engine_id, topic=rpc_api.LISTENER_TOPIC) self._server = rpc_messaging.get_rpc_server(self.target, self) self._server.start()
[docs] def stop(self): if self._server is not None: LOG.debug("Attempting to stop engine listener...") try: self._server.stop() self._server.wait() LOG.info("Engine listener is stopped successfully") except Exception as e: LOG.error("Failed to stop engine listener, %s", e)
[docs] def listening(self, ctxt): """Respond to a watchdog request. Respond affirmatively to confirm that the engine performing the action is still alive. """ return True
[docs] def stop_stack(self, ctxt, stack_identity): """Stop any active threads on a stack.""" stack_id = stack_identity['stack_id'] self.thread_group_mgr.stop(stack_id)
[docs] def send(self, ctxt, stack_identity, message): stack_id = stack_identity['stack_id'] self.thread_group_mgr.send(stack_id, message)
[docs]@profiler.trace_cls("rpc") class EngineService(service.ServiceBase): """Manages the running instances from creation to destruction. All the methods in here are called from the RPC backend. This is all done dynamically so if a call is made via RPC that does not have a corresponding method here, an exception will be thrown when it attempts to call into this class. Arguments to these methods are also dynamically added and will be named as keyword arguments by the RPC caller. """ RPC_API_VERSION = '1.35' def __init__(self, host, topic): resources.initialise() self.host = host self.topic = topic self.binary = 'heat-engine' self.hostname = socket.gethostname() # The following are initialized here, but assigned in start() which # happens after the fork when spawning multiple worker processes self.stack_watch = None self.listener = None self.worker_service = None self.engine_id = None self.thread_group_mgr = None self.target = None self.service_id = None self.manage_thread_grp = None self._rpc_server = None self.software_config = service_software_config.SoftwareConfigService() self.resource_enforcer = policy.ResourceEnforcer() if cfg.CONF.trusts_delegated_roles: LOG.warning('The default value of "trusts_delegated_roles" ' 'option in heat.conf is changed to [] in Kilo ' 'and heat will delegate all roles of trustor. ' 'Please keep the same if you do not want to ' 'delegate subset roles when upgrading.')
[docs] def create_periodic_tasks(self): LOG.debug("Starting periodic watch tasks pid=%s", os.getpid()) # Note with multiple workers, the parent process hasn't called start() # so we need to create a ThreadGroupManager here for the periodic tasks if self.thread_group_mgr is None: self.thread_group_mgr = ThreadGroupManager() self.stack_watch = service_stack_watch.StackWatch( self.thread_group_mgr) def create_watch_tasks(): while True: try: # Create a periodic_watcher_task per-stack admin_context = context.get_admin_context() stacks = stack_object.Stack.get_all( admin_context, show_hidden=True) for s in stacks: self.stack_watch.start_watch_task(s.id, admin_context) LOG.info("Watch tasks created") return except Exception as e: LOG.error("Watch task creation attempt failed, %s", e) eventlet.sleep(5) if self.manage_thread_grp is None: self.manage_thread_grp = threadgroup.ThreadGroup() self.manage_thread_grp.add_thread(create_watch_tasks)
[docs] def start(self): self.engine_id = service_utils.generate_engine_id() if self.thread_group_mgr is None: self.thread_group_mgr = ThreadGroupManager() self.listener = EngineListener(self.host, self.engine_id, self.thread_group_mgr) LOG.debug("Starting listener for engine %s", self.engine_id) self.listener.start() if cfg.CONF.convergence_engine: self.worker_service = worker.WorkerService( host=self.host, topic=rpc_worker_api.TOPIC, engine_id=self.engine_id, thread_group_mgr=self.thread_group_mgr ) self.worker_service.start() target = messaging.Target( version=self.RPC_API_VERSION, server=self.host, topic=self.topic) self.target = target self._rpc_server = rpc_messaging.get_rpc_server(target, self) self._rpc_server.start() self._client = rpc_messaging.get_rpc_client( version=self.RPC_API_VERSION) self._configure_db_conn_pool_size() self.service_manage_cleanup() if self.manage_thread_grp is None: self.manage_thread_grp = threadgroup.ThreadGroup() self.manage_thread_grp.add_timer(cfg.CONF.periodic_interval, self.service_manage_report) self.manage_thread_grp.add_thread(self.reset_stack_status)
def _configure_db_conn_pool_size(self): # bug #1491185 # Set the DB max_overflow to match the thread pool size. # The overflow connections are automatically closed when they are # not used; setting it is better than setting DB max_pool_size. worker_pool_size = cfg.CONF.executor_thread_pool_size # Update max_overflow only if it is not adequate if ((cfg.CONF.database.max_overflow is None) or (cfg.CONF.database.max_overflow < worker_pool_size)): cfg.CONF.set_override('max_overflow', worker_pool_size, group='database') def _stop_rpc_server(self): # Stop rpc connection at first for preventing new requests if self._rpc_server is None: return LOG.debug("Attempting to stop engine service...") try: self._rpc_server.stop() self._rpc_server.wait() LOG.info("Engine service is stopped successfully") except Exception as e: LOG.error("Failed to stop engine service, %s", e)
[docs] def stop(self): self._stop_rpc_server() if self.listener: self.listener.stop() if cfg.CONF.convergence_engine and self.worker_service: # Stop the WorkerService self.worker_service.stop() # Wait for all active threads to be finished if self.thread_group_mgr: for stack_id in list(self.thread_group_mgr.groups.keys()): # Ignore dummy service task if stack_id == cfg.CONF.periodic_interval: continue LOG.info("Waiting stack %s processing to be finished", stack_id) # Stop threads gracefully self.thread_group_mgr.stop(stack_id, True) LOG.info("Stack %s processing was finished", stack_id) if self.manage_thread_grp: self.manage_thread_grp.stop() ctxt = context.get_admin_context() service_objects.Service.delete(ctxt, self.service_id) LOG.info('Service %s is deleted', self.service_id) # Terminate the engine process LOG.info("All threads were gone, terminating engine")
[docs] def wait(self): pass
[docs] def reset(self): logging.setup(cfg.CONF, 'heat')
[docs] @context.request_context def identify_stack(self, cnxt, stack_name): """The full stack identifier for a single, live stack with stack_name. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param stack_name: Name or UUID of the stack to look up. """ s = None if uuidutils.is_uuid_like(stack_name): s = stack_object.Stack.get_by_id( cnxt, stack_name, show_deleted=True, eager_load=False) # may be the name is in uuid format, so if get by id returns None, # we should get the info by name again if not s: s = stack_object.Stack.get_by_name(cnxt, stack_name) if not s: raise exception.EntityNotFound(entity='Stack', name=stack_name) return dict(s.identifier())
def _get_stack(self, cnxt, stack_identity, show_deleted=False): identity = identifier.HeatIdentifier(**stack_identity) s = stack_object.Stack.get_by_id( cnxt, identity.stack_id, show_deleted=show_deleted) if s is None: raise exception.EntityNotFound(entity='Stack', name=identity.stack_name) if not cnxt.is_admin and cnxt.tenant_id not in ( identity.tenant, s.stack_user_project_id): # The DB API should not allow this, but sanity-check anyway.. raise exception.InvalidTenant(target=identity.tenant, actual=cnxt.tenant_id) if identity.path or s.name != identity.stack_name: raise exception.EntityNotFound(entity='Stack', name=identity.stack_name) return s
[docs] @context.request_context def show_stack(self, cnxt, stack_identity, resolve_outputs=True): """Return detailed information about one or all stacks. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param stack_identity: Name of the stack you want to show, or None to show all :param resolve_outputs: If True, outputs for given stack/stacks will be resolved """ if stack_identity is not None: db_stack = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity, show_deleted=True) stacks = [parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=db_stack)] else: stacks = parser.Stack.load_all(cnxt) def show(stack): if resolve_outputs: for res in stack._explicit_dependencies(): ensure_cache = stack.convergence and res.id is not None node_data = res.node_data(for_resources=ensure_cache, for_outputs=True) stk_defn.update_resource_data(stack.defn, res.name, node_data) # Cases where stored attributes may not exist for a # resource: # * The resource is an AutoScalingGroup that received a # signal # * Near simultaneous updates (say by an update and a # signal) # * The first time resolving a pre-Pike stack if ensure_cache: res.store_attributes() return api.format_stack(stack, resolve_outputs=resolve_outputs) return [show(stack) for stack in stacks]
[docs] def get_revision(self, cnxt): return cfg.CONF.revision['heat_revision']
[docs] @context.request_context def list_stacks(self, cnxt, limit=None, marker=None, sort_keys=None, sort_dir=None, filters=None, tenant_safe=True, show_deleted=False, show_nested=False, show_hidden=False, tags=None, tags_any=None, not_tags=None, not_tags_any=None): """Returns attributes of all stacks. It supports pagination (``limit`` and ``marker``), sorting (``sort_keys`` and ``sort_dir``) and filtering (``filters``) of the results. :param cnxt: RPC context :param limit: the number of stacks to list (integer or string) :param marker: the ID of the last item in the previous page :param sort_keys: an array of fields used to sort the list :param sort_dir: the direction of the sort ('asc' or 'desc') :param filters: a dict with attribute:value to filter the list :param tenant_safe: DEPRECATED, if true, scope the request by the current tenant :param show_deleted: if true, show soft-deleted stacks :param show_nested: if true, show nested stacks :param show_hidden: if true, show hidden stacks :param tags: show stacks containing these tags. If multiple tags are passed, they will be combined using the boolean AND expression :param tags_any: show stacks containing these tags. If multiple tags are passed, they will be combined using the boolean OR expression :param not_tags: show stacks not containing these tags. If multiple tags are passed, they will be combined using the boolean AND expression :param not_tags_any: show stacks not containing these tags. If multiple tags are passed, they will be combined using the boolean OR expression :returns: a list of formatted stacks """ if filters is not None: filters = api.translate_filters(filters) if not tenant_safe: cnxt = context.get_admin_context() stacks = stack_object.Stack.get_all( cnxt, limit=limit, sort_keys=sort_keys, marker=marker, sort_dir=sort_dir, filters=filters, show_deleted=show_deleted, show_nested=show_nested, show_hidden=show_hidden, tags=tags, tags_any=tags_any, not_tags=not_tags, not_tags_any=not_tags_any) return [api.format_stack_db_object(stack) for stack in stacks]
[docs] @context.request_context def count_stacks(self, cnxt, filters=None, tenant_safe=True, show_deleted=False, show_nested=False, show_hidden=False, tags=None, tags_any=None, not_tags=None, not_tags_any=None): """Return the number of stacks that match the given filters. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param filters: a dict of ATTR:VALUE to match against stacks :param tenant_safe: DEPRECATED, if true, scope the request by the current tenant :param show_deleted: if true, count will include the deleted stacks :param show_nested: if true, count will include nested stacks :param show_hidden: if true, count will include hidden stacks :param tags: count stacks containing these tags. If multiple tags are passed, they will be combined using the boolean AND expression :param tags_any: count stacks containing these tags. If multiple tags are passed, they will be combined using the boolean OR expression :param not_tags: count stacks not containing these tags. If multiple tags are passed, they will be combined using the boolean AND expression :param not_tags_any: count stacks not containing these tags. If multiple tags are passed, they will be combined using the boolean OR expression :returns: an integer representing the number of matched stacks """ if not tenant_safe: cnxt = context.get_admin_context() return stack_object.Stack.count_all( cnxt, filters=filters, show_deleted=show_deleted, show_nested=show_nested, show_hidden=show_hidden, tags=tags, tags_any=tags_any, not_tags=not_tags, not_tags_any=not_tags_any)
def _validate_deferred_auth_context(self, cnxt, stack): if cfg.CONF.deferred_auth_method != 'password': return if not stack.requires_deferred_auth(): return if cnxt.username is None: raise exception.MissingCredentialError(required='X-Auth-User') if cnxt.password is None: raise exception.MissingCredentialError(required='X-Auth-Key') def _validate_new_stack(self, cnxt, stack_name, parsed_template): if stack_object.Stack.get_by_name(cnxt, stack_name): raise exception.StackExists(stack_name=stack_name) tenant_limit = cfg.CONF.max_stacks_per_tenant if stack_object.Stack.count_all(cnxt) >= tenant_limit: message = _("You have reached the maximum stacks per tenant, " "%d. Please delete some stacks.") % tenant_limit raise exception.RequestLimitExceeded(message=message) self._validate_template(cnxt, parsed_template) def _validate_template(self, cnxt, parsed_template): try: parsed_template.validate() except AssertionError: raise except Exception as ex: raise exception.StackValidationFailed(message=six.text_type(ex)) max_resources = cfg.CONF.max_resources_per_stack if max_resources == -1: return num_resources = len(parsed_template[parsed_template.RESOURCES]) if num_resources > max_resources: message = exception.StackResourceLimitExceeded.msg_fmt raise exception.RequestLimitExceeded(message=message) def _parse_template_and_validate_stack(self, cnxt, stack_name, template, params, files, environment_files, args, owner_id=None, nested_depth=0, user_creds_id=None, stack_user_project_id=None, convergence=False, parent_resource_name=None, template_id=None): common_params = api.extract_args(args) # If it is stack-adopt, use parameters from adopt_stack_data if rpc_api.PARAM_ADOPT_STACK_DATA in common_params: if not cfg.CONF.enable_stack_adopt: raise exception.NotSupported(feature='Stack Adopt') # Override the params with values given with -P option new_params = {} if 'environment' in common_params[rpc_api.PARAM_ADOPT_STACK_DATA]: new_params = common_params[rpc_api.PARAM_ADOPT_STACK_DATA][ 'environment'].get(rpc_api.STACK_PARAMETERS, {}).copy() new_params.update(params.get(rpc_api.STACK_PARAMETERS, {})) params[rpc_api.STACK_PARAMETERS] = new_params if template_id is not None: tmpl = templatem.Template.load(cnxt, template_id) else: tmpl = templatem.Template(template, files=files) env_util.merge_environments(environment_files, files, params, tmpl.all_param_schemata(files)) tmpl.env = environment.Environment(params) self._validate_new_stack(cnxt, stack_name, tmpl) stack = parser.Stack(cnxt, stack_name, tmpl, owner_id=owner_id, nested_depth=nested_depth, user_creds_id=user_creds_id, stack_user_project_id=stack_user_project_id, convergence=convergence, parent_resource=parent_resource_name, **common_params) self.resource_enforcer.enforce_stack(stack, is_registered_policy=True) self._validate_deferred_auth_context(cnxt, stack) is_root = stack.nested_depth == 0 stack.validate() # For the root stack, log a summary of the TemplateResources loaded if is_root: tmpl.env.registry.log_resource_info(prefix=stack_name) return stack
[docs] @context.request_context def preview_stack(self, cnxt, stack_name, template, params, files, args, environment_files=None): """Simulate a new stack using the provided template. Note that at this stage the template has already been fetched from the heat-api process if using a template-url. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param stack_name: Name of the stack you want to create. :param template: Template of stack you want to create. :param params: Stack Input Params :param files: Files referenced from the template :param args: Request parameters/args passed from API :param environment_files: optional ordered list of environment file names included in the files dict :type environment_files: list or None """ LOG.info('previewing stack %s', stack_name) conv_eng = cfg.CONF.convergence_engine stack = self._parse_template_and_validate_stack(cnxt, stack_name, template, params, files, environment_files, args, convergence=conv_eng) return api.format_stack_preview(stack)
[docs] @context.request_context def create_stack(self, cnxt, stack_name, template, params, files, args, environment_files=None, owner_id=None, nested_depth=0, user_creds_id=None, stack_user_project_id=None, parent_resource_name=None, template_id=None): """Create a new stack using the template provided. Note that at this stage the template has already been fetched from the heat-api process if using a template-url. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param stack_name: Name of the stack you want to create. :param template: Template of stack you want to create. :param params: Stack Input Params :param files: Files referenced from the template :param args: Request parameters/args passed from API :param environment_files: optional ordered list of environment file names included in the files dict :type environment_files: list or None :param owner_id: parent stack ID for nested stacks, only expected when called from another heat-engine (not a user option) :param nested_depth: the nested depth for nested stacks, only expected when called from another heat-engine :param user_creds_id: the parent user_creds record for nested stacks :param stack_user_project_id: the parent stack_user_project_id for nested stacks :param parent_resource_name: the parent resource name :param template_id: the ID of a pre-stored template in the DB """ LOG.info('Creating stack %s', stack_name) def _create_stack_user(stack): if not stack.stack_user_project_id: try: stack.create_stack_user_project_id() except exception.AuthorizationFailure as ex: stack.state_set(stack.action, stack.FAILED, six.text_type(ex)) def _stack_create(stack, msg_queue=None): # Create/Adopt a stack, and create the periodic task if successful if stack.adopt_stack_data: stack.adopt() elif stack.status != stack.FAILED: stack.create(msg_queue=msg_queue) if (stack.action in (stack.CREATE, stack.ADOPT) and stack.status == stack.COMPLETE): if self.stack_watch: # Schedule a periodic watcher task for this stack self.stack_watch.start_watch_task(stack.id, cnxt) else: LOG.info("Stack create failed, status %s", stack.status) convergence = cfg.CONF.convergence_engine stack = self._parse_template_and_validate_stack( cnxt, stack_name, template, params, files, environment_files, args, owner_id, nested_depth, user_creds_id, stack_user_project_id, convergence, parent_resource_name, template_id) stack_id = stack.store() if cfg.CONF.reauthentication_auth_method == 'trusts': stack = parser.Stack.load( cnxt, stack_id=stack_id, use_stored_context=True) _create_stack_user(stack) if convergence: action = stack.CREATE if stack.adopt_stack_data: action = stack.ADOPT stack.thread_group_mgr = self.thread_group_mgr stack.converge_stack(template=stack.t, action=action) else: msg_queue = eventlet.queue.LightQueue() th = self.thread_group_mgr.start_with_lock(cnxt, stack, self.engine_id, _stack_create, stack, msg_queue=msg_queue) th.link(self.thread_group_mgr.remove_msg_queue, stack.id, msg_queue) self.thread_group_mgr.add_msg_queue(stack.id, msg_queue) return dict(stack.identifier())
def _prepare_stack_updates(self, cnxt, current_stack, template, params, environment_files, files, args, template_id=None): """Return the current and updated stack for a given transition. Changes *will not* be persisted, this is a helper method for update_stack and preview_update_stack. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param stack: A stack to be updated. :param template: Template of stack you want to update to. :param params: Stack Input Params :param files: Files referenced from the template :param args: Request parameters/args passed from API :param template_id: the ID of a pre-stored template in the DB """ # Now parse the template and any parameters for the updated # stack definition. If PARAM_EXISTING is specified, we merge # any environment provided into the existing one and attempt # to use the existing stack template, if one is not provided. if args.get(rpc_api.PARAM_EXISTING): assert template_id is None, \ "Cannot specify template_id with PARAM_EXISTING" if template is not None: new_template = template elif (current_stack.convergence or current_stack.status == current_stack.COMPLETE): # If convergence is enabled, or the stack is complete, we can # just use the current template... new_template = current_stack.t.t else: # ..but if it's FAILED without convergence things may be in an # inconsistent state, so we try to fall back on a stored copy # of the previous template if current_stack.prev_raw_template_id is not None: # Use the stored previous template prev_t = templatem.Template.load( cnxt, current_stack.prev_raw_template_id) new_template = prev_t.t else: # Nothing we can do, the failed update happened before # we started storing prev_raw_template_id LOG.error('PATCH update to FAILED stack only ' 'possible if convergence enabled or ' 'previous template stored') msg = _('PATCH update to non-COMPLETE stack') raise exception.NotSupported(feature=msg) new_files = current_stack.t.files new_files.update(files or {}) tmpl = templatem.Template(new_template, files=new_files) env_util.merge_environments(environment_files, files, params, tmpl.all_param_schemata(files)) existing_env = current_stack.env.env_as_dict() existing_params = existing_env[env_fmt.PARAMETERS] clear_params = set(args.get(rpc_api.PARAM_CLEAR_PARAMETERS, [])) retained = dict((k, v) for k, v in existing_params.items() if k not in clear_params) existing_env[env_fmt.PARAMETERS] = retained new_env = environment.Environment(existing_env) new_env.load(params) for key in list(new_env.params.keys()): if key not in tmpl.param_schemata(): new_env.params.pop(key) tmpl.env = new_env else: if template_id is not None: tmpl = templatem.Template.load(cnxt, template_id) else: tmpl = templatem.Template(template, files=files) env_util.merge_environments(environment_files, files, params, tmpl.all_param_schemata(files)) tmpl.env = environment.Environment(params) max_resources = cfg.CONF.max_resources_per_stack if max_resources != -1 and len(tmpl[tmpl.RESOURCES]) > max_resources: raise exception.RequestLimitExceeded( message=exception.StackResourceLimitExceeded.msg_fmt) stack_name = current_stack.name current_kwargs = current_stack.get_kwargs_for_cloning() common_params = api.extract_args(args) common_params.setdefault(rpc_api.PARAM_TIMEOUT, current_stack.timeout_mins) common_params.setdefault(rpc_api.PARAM_DISABLE_ROLLBACK, current_stack.disable_rollback) common_params.setdefault(rpc_api.PARAM_CONVERGE, current_stack.converge) if args.get(rpc_api.PARAM_EXISTING): common_params.setdefault(rpc_api.STACK_TAGS, current_stack.tags) current_kwargs.update(common_params) updated_stack = parser.Stack(cnxt, stack_name, tmpl, **current_kwargs) invalid_params = current_stack.parameters.immutable_params_modified( updated_stack.parameters, tmpl.env.params) if invalid_params: raise exception.ImmutableParameterModified(*invalid_params) self.resource_enforcer.enforce_stack(updated_stack, is_registered_policy=True) updated_stack.parameters.set_stack_id(current_stack.identifier()) self._validate_deferred_auth_context(cnxt, updated_stack) updated_stack.validate() return tmpl, current_stack, updated_stack
[docs] @context.request_context def update_stack(self, cnxt, stack_identity, template, params, files, args, environment_files=None, template_id=None): """Update an existing stack based on the provided template and params. Note that at this stage the template has already been fetched from the heat-api process if using a template-url. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param stack_identity: Name of the stack you want to create. :param template: Template of stack you want to create. :param params: Stack Input Params :param files: Files referenced from the template :param args: Request parameters/args passed from API :param environment_files: optional ordered list of environment file names included in the files dict :type environment_files: list or None :param template_id: the ID of a pre-stored template in the DB """ # Get the database representation of the existing stack db_stack = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) LOG.info('Updating stack %s', db_stack.name) if cfg.CONF.reauthentication_auth_method == 'trusts': current_stack = parser.Stack.load( cnxt, stack=db_stack, use_stored_context=True) else: current_stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=db_stack) self.resource_enforcer.enforce_stack(current_stack, is_registered_policy=True) if current_stack.action == current_stack.SUSPEND: msg = _('Updating a stack when it is suspended') raise exception.NotSupported(feature=msg) if current_stack.action == current_stack.DELETE: msg = _('Updating a stack when it is deleting') raise exception.NotSupported(feature=msg) tmpl, current_stack, updated_stack = self._prepare_stack_updates( cnxt, current_stack, template, params, environment_files, files, args, template_id) if current_stack.convergence: current_stack.thread_group_mgr = self.thread_group_mgr current_stack.converge_stack(template=tmpl, new_stack=updated_stack) else: msg_queue = eventlet.queue.LightQueue() th = self.thread_group_mgr.start_with_lock(cnxt, current_stack, self.engine_id, current_stack.update, updated_stack, msg_queue=msg_queue) th.link(self.thread_group_mgr.remove_msg_queue, current_stack.id, msg_queue) self.thread_group_mgr.add_msg_queue(current_stack.id, msg_queue) return dict(current_stack.identifier())
[docs] @context.request_context def preview_update_stack(self, cnxt, stack_identity, template, params, files, args, environment_files=None): """Shows the resources that would be updated. The preview_update_stack method shows the resources that would be changed with an update to an existing stack based on the provided template and parameters. See update_stack for description of parameters. This method *cannot* guarantee that an update will have the actions specified because resource plugins can influence changes/replacements at runtime. Note that at this stage the template has already been fetched from the heat-api process if using a template-url. """ # Get the database representation of the existing stack db_stack = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) LOG.info('Previewing update of stack %s', db_stack.name) current_stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=db_stack) tmpl, current_stack, updated_stack = self._prepare_stack_updates( cnxt, current_stack, template, params, environment_files, files, args) update_task = update.StackUpdate(current_stack, updated_stack, None) actions = update_task.preview() def fmt_action_map(current, updated, act): def fmt_updated_res(k): return api.format_stack_resource(updated.resources.get(k)) def fmt_current_res(k): return api.format_stack_resource(current.resources.get(k)) return { 'unchanged': list( map(fmt_updated_res, act.get('unchanged', []))), 'updated': list(map(fmt_current_res, act.get('updated', []))), 'replaced': list( map(fmt_updated_res, act.get('replaced', []))), 'added': list(map(fmt_updated_res, act.get('added', []))), 'deleted': list(map(fmt_current_res, act.get('deleted', []))), } updated_stack.id = current_stack.id fmt_actions = fmt_action_map(current_stack, updated_stack, actions) if args.get(rpc_api.PARAM_SHOW_NESTED): # Note preview_resources is needed here to build the tree # of nested resources/stacks in memory, otherwise the # nested/has_nested() tests below won't work updated_stack.preview_resources() def nested_fmt_actions(current, updated, act): updated.id = current.id # Recurse for resources deleted from the current stack, # which is all those marked as deleted or replaced def _n_deleted(stk, deleted): for rsrc in deleted: deleted_rsrc = stk.resources.get(rsrc) if deleted_rsrc.has_nested(): nested_stk = deleted_rsrc.nested() nested_rsrc = nested_stk.resources.keys() n_fmt = fmt_action_map( nested_stk, None, {'deleted': nested_rsrc}) fmt_actions['deleted'].extend(n_fmt['deleted']) _n_deleted(nested_stk, nested_rsrc) _n_deleted(current, act['deleted'] + act['replaced']) # Recurse for all resources added to the updated stack, # which is all those marked added or replaced def _n_added(stk, added): for rsrc in added: added_rsrc = stk.resources.get(rsrc) if added_rsrc.has_nested(): nested_stk = added_rsrc.nested() nested_rsrc = nested_stk.resources.keys() n_fmt = fmt_action_map( None, nested_stk, {'added': nested_rsrc}) fmt_actions['added'].extend(n_fmt['added']) _n_added(nested_stk, nested_rsrc) _n_added(updated, act['added'] + act['replaced']) # Recursively preview all "updated" resources for rsrc in act['updated']: current_rsrc = current.resources.get(rsrc) updated_rsrc = updated.resources.get(rsrc) if current_rsrc.has_nested() and updated_rsrc.has_nested(): current_nested = current_rsrc.nested() updated_nested = updated_rsrc.nested() update_task = update.StackUpdate( current_nested, updated_nested, None) n_actions = update_task.preview() n_fmt_actions = fmt_action_map( current_nested, updated_nested, n_actions) for k in fmt_actions: fmt_actions[k].extend(n_fmt_actions[k]) nested_fmt_actions(current_nested, updated_nested, n_actions) # Start the recursive nested_fmt_actions with the parent stack. nested_fmt_actions(current_stack, updated_stack, actions) return fmt_actions
[docs] @context.request_context def stack_cancel_update(self, cnxt, stack_identity, cancel_with_rollback=True): """Cancel currently running stack update. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param stack_identity: Name of the stack for which to cancel update. :param cancel_with_rollback: Force rollback when cancel update. """ # Get the database representation of the existing stack db_stack = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) current_stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=db_stack) if cancel_with_rollback: allowed_actions = (current_stack.UPDATE,) else: allowed_actions = (current_stack.UPDATE, current_stack.CREATE) if not (current_stack.status == current_stack.IN_PROGRESS and current_stack.action in allowed_actions): state = '_'.join(current_stack.state) msg = _("Cancelling update when stack is %s") % str(state) raise exception.NotSupported(feature=msg) LOG.info('Starting cancel of updating stack %s', db_stack.name) if current_stack.convergence: current_stack.thread_group_mgr = self.thread_group_mgr if cancel_with_rollback: func = current_stack.rollback else: func = functools.partial(self.worker_service.stop_traversal, current_stack) self.thread_group_mgr.start(current_stack.id, func) return lock = stack_lock.StackLock(cnxt, current_stack.id, self.engine_id) engine_id = lock.get_engine_id() if engine_id is None: LOG.debug('No lock found on stack %s', db_stack.name) return if cancel_with_rollback: cancel_message = rpc_api.THREAD_CANCEL_WITH_ROLLBACK else: cancel_message = rpc_api.THREAD_CANCEL # Current engine has the lock if engine_id == self.engine_id: self.thread_group_mgr.send(current_stack.id, cancel_message) # Another active engine has the lock elif service_utils.engine_alive(cnxt, engine_id): cancel_result = self._remote_call( cnxt, engine_id, cfg.CONF.engine_life_check_timeout, self.listener.SEND, stack_identity=stack_identity, message=cancel_message) if cancel_result is None: LOG.debug("Successfully sent %(msg)s message " "to remote task on engine %(eng)s" % { 'eng': engine_id, 'msg': cancel_message}) else: raise exception.EventSendFailed(stack_name=current_stack.name, engine_id=engine_id) else: LOG.warning(_('Cannot cancel stack %(stack_name)s: lock held by ' 'unknown engine %(engine_id)s') % { 'stack_name': db_stack.name, 'engine_id': engine_id})
[docs] @context.request_context def validate_template(self, cnxt, template, params=None, files=None, environment_files=None, show_nested=False, ignorable_errors=None): """Check the validity of a template. Checks, so far as we can, that a template is valid, and returns information about the parameters suitable for producing a user interface through which to specify the parameter values. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param template: Template of stack you want to create. :param params: Stack Input Params :param files: Files referenced from the template :param environment_files: optional ordered list of environment file names included in the files dict :type environment_files: list or None :param show_nested: if True, any nested templates will be checked :param ignorable_errors: List of error_code to be ignored as part of validation """ LOG.info('validate_template') if template is None: msg = _("No Template provided.") return webob.exc.HTTPBadRequest(explanation=msg) if ignorable_errors: invalid_codes = (set(ignorable_errors) - set(exception.ERROR_CODE_MAP.keys())) if invalid_codes: msg = (_("Invalid codes in ignore_errors : %s") % list(invalid_codes)) return webob.exc.HTTPBadRequest(explanation=msg) tmpl = templatem.Template(template, files=files) env_util.merge_environments(environment_files, files, params, tmpl.all_param_schemata(files)) tmpl.env = environment.Environment(params) try: self._validate_template(cnxt, tmpl) except Exception as ex: return {'Error': six.text_type(ex)} stack_name = 'dummy' stack = parser.Stack(cnxt, stack_name, tmpl, strict_validate=False) try: stack.validate(ignorable_errors=ignorable_errors, validate_res_tmpl_only=True) except exception.StackValidationFailed as ex: return {'Error': six.text_type(ex)} def filter_parameter(p): return p.name not in stack.parameters.PSEUDO_PARAMETERS params = stack.parameters.map(api.format_validate_parameter, filter_func=filter_parameter) result = { 'Description': tmpl.get('Description', ''), 'Parameters': params } param_groups = parameter_groups.ParameterGroups(tmpl) if param_groups.parameter_groups: result['ParameterGroups'] = param_groups.parameter_groups if show_nested: # Note preview_resources is needed here to build the tree # of nested resources/stacks in memory, otherwise the # nested/has_nested() tests below won't work stack.preview_resources() def nested_params(stk): n_result = {} for r in stk: if stk[r].has_nested(): n_params = stk[r].nested().parameters.map( api.format_validate_parameter, filter_func=filter_parameter) n_result[r] = { 'Type': stk[r].type(), 'Description': stk[r].nested().t.get( 'Description', ''), 'Parameters': n_params } # Add parameter_groups if it is present in nested stack nested_pg = parameter_groups.ParameterGroups( stk[r].nested().t) if nested_pg.parameter_groups: n_result[r].update({'ParameterGroups': nested_pg.parameter_groups}) n_result[r].update(nested_params(stk[r].nested())) return {'NestedParameters': n_result} if n_result else {} result.update(nested_params(stack)) result['Environment'] = tmpl.env.user_env_as_dict() return result
[docs] @context.request_context def authenticated_to_backend(self, cnxt): """Validate the credentials in the RPC context. Verify that the credentials in the RPC context are valid for the current cloud backend. """ return clients.Clients(cnxt).authenticated()
[docs] @context.request_context def get_template(self, cnxt, stack_identity): """Get the template. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param stack_identity: Name of the stack you want to see. """ s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity, show_deleted=True) return s.raw_template.template
[docs] @context.request_context def get_environment(self, cnxt, stack_identity): """Returns the environment for an existing stack. :param cnxt: RPC context :param stack_identity: identifies the stack :rtype: dict """ s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity, show_deleted=True) return s.raw_template.environment
[docs] @context.request_context def get_files(self, cnxt, stack_identity): """Returns the files for an existing stack. :param cnxt: RPC context :param stack_identity: identifies the stack :rtype: dict """ s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity, show_deleted=True) template = templatem.Template.load( cnxt, s.raw_template_id, s.raw_template) return dict(template.files)
[docs] @context.request_context def list_outputs(self, cntx, stack_identity): """Get a list of stack outputs. :param cntx: RPC context. :param stack_identity: Name of the stack you want to see. :return: list of stack outputs in defined format. """ s = self._get_stack(cntx, stack_identity) stack = parser.Stack.load(cntx, stack=s) return api.format_stack_outputs(stack.outputs, resolve_value=False)
[docs] @context.request_context def show_output(self, cntx, stack_identity, output_key): """Returns dict with specified output key, value and description. :param cntx: RPC context. :param stack_identity: Name of the stack you want to see. :param output_key: key of desired stack output. :return: dict with output key, value and description in defined format. """ s = self._get_stack(cntx, stack_identity) stack = parser.Stack.load(cntx, stack=s) outputs = stack.outputs if output_key not in outputs: raise exception.NotFound(_('Specified output key %s not ' 'found.') % output_key) stack._update_all_resource_data(for_resources=False, for_outputs={output_key}) return api.format_stack_output(outputs[output_key])
def _remote_call(self, cnxt, lock_engine_id, timeout, call, **kwargs): self.cctxt = self._client.prepare( version='1.0', timeout=timeout, topic=rpc_api.LISTENER_TOPIC, server=lock_engine_id) try: self.cctxt.call(cnxt, call, **kwargs) except messaging.MessagingTimeout: return False
[docs] @context.request_context def delete_stack(self, cnxt, stack_identity): """Delete a given stack. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param stack_identity: Name of the stack you want to delete. """ st = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) if (st.status == parser.Stack.COMPLETE and st.action == parser.Stack.DELETE): raise exception.EntityNotFound(entity='Stack', name=st.name) LOG.info('Deleting stack %s', st.name) stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=st) self.resource_enforcer.enforce_stack(stack, is_registered_policy=True) if stack.convergence and cfg.CONF.convergence_engine: def convergence_delete(): stack.thread_group_mgr = self.thread_group_mgr self.worker_service.stop_all_workers(stack) stack.delete_all_snapshots() template = templatem.Template.create_empty_template( from_template=stack.t) stack.converge_stack(template=template, action=stack.DELETE) self.thread_group_mgr.start(stack.id, convergence_delete) return lock = stack_lock.StackLock(cnxt, stack.id, self.engine_id) with lock.try_thread_lock() as acquire_result: # Successfully acquired lock if acquire_result is None: self.thread_group_mgr.stop_timers(stack.id) self.thread_group_mgr.start_with_acquired_lock(stack, lock, stack.delete) return # Current engine has the lock if acquire_result == self.engine_id: # give threads which are almost complete an opportunity to # finish naturally before force stopping them self.thread_group_mgr.send(stack.id, rpc_api.THREAD_CANCEL) # Another active engine has the lock elif service_utils.engine_alive(cnxt, acquire_result): cancel_result = self._remote_call( cnxt, acquire_result, cfg.CONF.engine_life_check_timeout, self.listener.SEND, stack_identity=stack_identity, message=rpc_api.THREAD_CANCEL) if cancel_result is None: LOG.debug("Successfully sent %(msg)s message " "to remote task on engine %(eng)s" % { 'eng': acquire_result, 'msg': rpc_api.THREAD_CANCEL}) else: raise exception.EventSendFailed(stack_name=stack.name, engine_id=acquire_result) def reload(): st = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=st) self.resource_enforcer.enforce_stack(stack, is_registered_policy=True) return stack def wait_then_delete(stack): watch = timeutils.StopWatch(cfg.CONF.error_wait_time + 10) watch.start() while not watch.expired(): LOG.debug('Waiting for stack cancel to complete: %s', stack.name) with lock.try_thread_lock() as acquire_result: if acquire_result is None: stack = reload() # do the actual delete with the aquired lock self.thread_group_mgr.start_with_acquired_lock( stack, lock, stack.delete) return eventlet.sleep(1.0) if acquire_result == self.engine_id: # cancel didn't finish in time, attempt a stop instead self.thread_group_mgr.stop(stack.id) elif service_utils.engine_alive(cnxt, acquire_result): # Another active engine has the lock stop_result = self._remote_call( cnxt, acquire_result, STOP_STACK_TIMEOUT, self.listener.STOP_STACK, stack_identity=stack_identity) if stop_result is None: LOG.debug("Successfully stopped remote task " "on engine %s", acquire_result) else: raise exception.StopActionFailed( stack_name=stack.name, engine_id=acquire_result) stack = reload() # do the actual delete in a locked task self.thread_group_mgr.start_with_lock(cnxt, stack, self.engine_id, stack.delete) # Cancelling the stack could take some time, so do it in a task self.thread_group_mgr.start(stack.id, wait_then_delete, stack)
[docs] @context.request_context def export_stack(self, cnxt, stack_identity): """Exports the stack data json. Intended to be used to safely retrieve the stack data before performing the abandon action. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param stack_identity: Name of the stack you want to export. """ return self.abandon_stack(cnxt, stack_identity, abandon=False)
[docs] @context.request_context def abandon_stack(self, cnxt, stack_identity, abandon=True): """Abandon a given stack. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param stack_identity: Name of the stack you want to abandon. :param abandon: Delete Heat stack but not physical resources. """ if not cfg.CONF.enable_stack_abandon: raise exception.NotSupported(feature='Stack Abandon') def _stack_abandon(stk, abandon): if abandon: LOG.info('abandoning stack %s', stk.name) stk.delete(abandon=abandon) else: LOG.info('exporting stack %s', stk.name) st = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=st) lock = stack_lock.StackLock(cnxt, stack.id, self.engine_id) with lock.thread_lock(): # Get stack details before deleting it. stack_info = stack.prepare_abandon() self.thread_group_mgr.start_with_acquired_lock(stack, lock, _stack_abandon, stack, abandon) return stack_info
[docs] def list_resource_types(self, cnxt, support_status=None, type_name=None, heat_version=None, with_description=False): """Get a list of supported resource types. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param support_status: Support status of resource type :param type_name: Resource type's name (regular expression allowed) :param heat_version: Heat version :param with_description: Either return resource type description or not """ result = resources.global_env().get_types( cnxt, support_status=support_status, type_name=type_name, version=heat_version, with_description=with_description) return result
[docs] def list_template_versions(self, cnxt): def find_version_class(versions, cls): for version in versions: if version['class'] is cls: return version mgr = templatem._get_template_extension_manager() _template_classes = [(name, mgr[name].plugin) for name in mgr.names()] versions = [] for t in sorted(_template_classes): # Sort to ensure dates come first if issubclass(t[1], cfntemplate.CfnTemplateBase): type = 'cfn' else: type = 'hot' # Official versions are in '%Y-%m-%d' format. Default # version aliases are the Heat release code name try: datetime.datetime.strptime(t[0].split('.')[-1], '%Y-%m-%d') versions.append({'version': t[0], 'type': type, 'class': t[1], 'aliases': []}) except ValueError: version = find_version_class(versions, t[1]) if version is not None: version['aliases'].append(t[0]) else: raise exception.InvalidTemplateVersions(version=t[0]) # 'class' was just used to find the version that the alias # maps to. Remove it so it will not show up in the output for version in versions: del version['class'] return versions
[docs] def list_template_functions(self, cnxt, template_version, with_condition=False): mgr = templatem._get_template_extension_manager() try: tmpl_class = mgr[template_version] except KeyError: raise exception.NotFound(_("Template with version %s not found") % template_version) supported_funcs = tmpl_class.plugin.functions if with_condition: supported_funcs.update(tmpl_class.plugin.condition_functions) functions = [] for func_name, func in six.iteritems(supported_funcs): if func is not hot_functions.Removed: desc = pydoc.splitdoc(pydoc.getdoc(func))[0] functions.append( {'functions': func_name, 'description': desc} ) return functions
[docs] def resource_schema(self, cnxt, type_name, with_description=False): """Return the schema of the specified type. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param type_name: Name of the resource type to obtain the schema of. :param with_description: Return result with description or not. """ self.resource_enforcer.enforce(cnxt, type_name, is_registered_policy=True) try: resource_class = resources.global_env().get_class(type_name) except exception.NotFound: LOG.exception('Error loading resource type %s ' 'from global environment.', type_name) raise exception.InvalidGlobalResource(type_name=type_name) assert resource_class is not None if resource_class.support_status.status == support.HIDDEN: raise exception.NotSupported(feature=type_name) try: svc_available = resource_class.is_service_available(cnxt)[0] except Exception as exc: raise exception.ResourceTypeUnavailable( service_name=resource_class.default_client_name, resource_type=type_name, reason=six.text_type(exc)) else: if not svc_available: raise exception.ResourceTypeUnavailable( service_name=resource_class.default_client_name, resource_type=type_name, reason='Service endpoint not in service catalog.') def properties_schema(): for name, schema_dict in resource_class.properties_schema.items(): schema = properties.Schema.from_legacy(schema_dict) if (schema.implemented and schema.support_status.status != support.HIDDEN): yield name, dict(schema) def attributes_schema(): for name, schema_data in itertools.chain( resource_class.attributes_schema.items(), resource_class.base_attributes_schema.items()): schema = attributes.Schema.from_attribute(schema_data) if schema.support_status.status != support.HIDDEN: yield name, dict(schema) result = { rpc_api.RES_SCHEMA_RES_TYPE: type_name, rpc_api.RES_SCHEMA_PROPERTIES: dict(properties_schema()), rpc_api.RES_SCHEMA_ATTRIBUTES: dict(attributes_schema()), rpc_api.RES_SCHEMA_SUPPORT_STATUS: resource_class.support_status.to_dict() } if with_description: result[rpc_api.RES_SCHEMA_DESCRIPTION] = resource_class.getdoc() return result
[docs] def generate_template(self, cnxt, type_name, template_type='cfn'): """Generate a template based on the specified type. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param type_name: Name of the resource type to generate a template for. :param template_type: the template type to generate, cfn or hot. """ self.resource_enforcer.enforce(cnxt, type_name, is_registered_policy=True) try: resource_class = resources.global_env().get_class(type_name) except exception.NotFound: LOG.exception('Error loading resource type %s ' 'from global environment.', type_name) raise exception.InvalidGlobalResource(type_name=type_name) else: if resource_class.support_status.status == support.HIDDEN: raise exception.NotSupported(feature=type_name) return resource_class.resource_to_template(type_name, template_type)
[docs] @context.request_context def list_events(self, cnxt, stack_identity, filters=None, limit=None, marker=None, sort_keys=None, sort_dir=None, nested_depth=None): """Lists all events associated with a given stack. It supports pagination (``limit`` and ``marker``), sorting (``sort_keys`` and ``sort_dir``) and filtering(filters) of the results. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param stack_identity: Name of the stack you want to get events for :param filters: a dict with attribute:value to filter the list :param limit: the number of events to list (integer or string) :param marker: the ID of the last event in the previous page :param sort_keys: an array of fields used to sort the list :param sort_dir: the direction of the sort ('asc' or 'desc'). :param nested_depth: Levels of nested stacks to list events for. """ stack_identifiers = None root_stack_identifier = None if stack_identity: st = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity, show_deleted=True) if nested_depth: root_stack_identifier = st.identifier() # find all stacks with resources associated with a root stack ResObj = resource_objects.Resource stack_ids = ResObj.get_all_stack_ids_by_root_stack(cnxt, st.id) # find stacks to the requested nested_depth stack_filters = { 'id': stack_ids, 'nested_depth': list(range(nested_depth + 1)) } stacks = stack_object.Stack.get_all(cnxt, filters=stack_filters, show_nested=True) stack_identifiers = {s.id: s.identifier() for s in stacks} if filters is None: filters = {} filters['stack_id'] = list(stack_identifiers.keys()) events = list(event_object.Event.get_all_by_tenant( cnxt, limit=limit, marker=marker, sort_keys=sort_keys, sort_dir=sort_dir, filters=filters)) else: events = list(event_object.Event.get_all_by_stack( cnxt, st.id, limit=limit, marker=marker, sort_keys=sort_keys, sort_dir=sort_dir, filters=filters)) stack_identifiers = {st.id: st.identifier()} else: events = list(event_object.Event.get_all_by_tenant( cnxt, limit=limit, marker=marker, sort_keys=sort_keys, sort_dir=sort_dir, filters=filters)) stack_ids = {e.stack_id for e in events} stacks = stack_object.Stack.get_all(cnxt, filters={'id': stack_ids}, show_nested=True) stack_identifiers = {s.id: s.identifier() for s in stacks} # a 'uuid' in filters indicates we are showing a full event, i.e. # the only time we need to load the event's rsrc prop data. include_rsrc_prop_data = (filters and 'uuid' in filters) return [api.format_event(e, stack_identifiers.get(e.stack_id), root_stack_identifier, include_rsrc_prop_data) for e in events]
def _authorize_stack_user(self, cnxt, stack, resource_name): """Filter access to describe_stack_resource for in-instance users. - The user must map to a User resource defined in the requested stack - The user resource must validate OK against any Policy specified """ # first check whether access is allowed by context user_id if stack.access_allowed(cnxt.user_id, resource_name): return True # fall back to looking for EC2 credentials in the context try: ec2_creds = jsonutils.loads(cnxt.aws_creds).get('ec2Credentials') except (TypeError, AttributeError): ec2_creds = None if not ec2_creds: return False access_key = ec2_creds.get('access') return stack.access_allowed(access_key, resource_name)
[docs] @context.request_context def describe_stack_resource(self, cnxt, stack_identity, resource_name, with_attr=None): s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=s) if cfg.CONF.heat_stack_user_role in cnxt.roles: if not self._authorize_stack_user(cnxt, stack, resource_name): LOG.warning("Access denied to resource %s", resource_name) raise exception.Forbidden() resource = stack.resource_get(resource_name) if not resource: raise exception.ResourceNotFound(resource_name=resource_name, stack_name=stack.name) return api.format_stack_resource(resource, with_attr=with_attr)
[docs] @context.request_context def resource_signal(self, cnxt, stack_identity, resource_name, details, sync_call=False): """Calls resource's signal for the specified resource. :param sync_call: indicates whether a synchronized call behavior is expected. This is reserved for CFN WaitCondition implementation. """ def _resource_signal(stack, rsrc, details, need_check): LOG.debug("signaling resource %s:%s" % (stack.name, rsrc.name)) needs_metadata_updates = rsrc.signal(details, need_check) if not needs_metadata_updates: return # Refresh the metadata for all other resources, since signals can # update metadata which is used by other resources, e.g # when signalling a WaitConditionHandle resource, and other # resources may refer to WaitCondition Fn::GetAtt Data for r in stack._explicit_dependencies(): if r.action != r.INIT: if r.name != rsrc.name: r.metadata_update() stk_defn.update_resource_data(stack.defn, r.name, r.node_data()) s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) # This is not "nice" converting to the stored context here, # but this happens because the keystone user associated with the # signal doesn't have permission to read the secret key of # the user associated with the cfn-credentials file stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=s, use_stored_context=True) rsrc = stack.resource_get(resource_name) if rsrc is None: raise exception.ResourceNotFound(resource_name=resource_name, stack_name=stack.name) if rsrc.id is None: raise exception.ResourceNotAvailable(resource_name=resource_name) if callable(rsrc.signal): rsrc._signal_check_action() rsrc._signal_check_hook(details) if sync_call or not callable(getattr(rsrc, 'handle_signal', None)): _resource_signal(stack, rsrc, details, False) else: self.thread_group_mgr.start(stack.id, _resource_signal, stack, rsrc, details, False) if sync_call: return rsrc.metadata_get()
[docs] @context.request_context def resource_mark_unhealthy(self, cnxt, stack_identity, resource_name, mark_unhealthy, resource_status_reason=None): """Mark the resource as healthy or unhealthy. Put the resource in CHECK_FAILED state if 'mark_unhealthy' is true. Put the resource in CHECK_COMPLETE if 'mark_unhealthy' is false and the resource is in CHECK_FAILED state. Otherwise, make no change. :param resource_name: either the logical name of the resource or the physical resource ID. :param mark_unhealthy: indicates whether the resource is unhealthy. :param resource_status_reason: reason for health change. """ def lock(rsrc): if rsrc.stack.convergence: return rsrc.lock(self.engine_id) else: return stack_lock.StackLock(cnxt, rsrc.stack.id, self.engine_id) if not isinstance(mark_unhealthy, bool): raise exception.Invalid(reason="mark_unhealthy is not a boolean") s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=s) rsrc = self._find_resource_in_stack(cnxt, resource_name, stack) reason = (resource_status_reason or "state changed by resource_mark_unhealthy api") try: with lock(rsrc): if mark_unhealthy: if rsrc.action != rsrc.DELETE: rsrc.state_set(rsrc.CHECK, rsrc.FAILED, reason=reason) elif rsrc.state == (rsrc.CHECK, rsrc.FAILED): rsrc.handle_metadata_reset() rsrc.state_set(rsrc.CHECK, rsrc.COMPLETE, reason=reason) except exception.UpdateInProgress: raise exception.ActionInProgress(stack_name=stack.name, action=stack.action)
@staticmethod def _find_resource_in_stack(cnxt, resource_name, stack): """Find a resource in a stack by either name or physical ID.""" if resource_name in stack: return stack[resource_name] rsrcs = resource_objects.Resource.get_all_by_physical_resource_id( cnxt, resource_name) def in_stack(rs): return rs.stack_id == stack.id and stack[rs.name].id == rs.id matches = [stack[rs.name] for rs in rsrcs if in_stack(rs)] if matches: if len(matches) == 1: return matches[0] raise exception.PhysicalResourceIDAmbiguity(phys_id=resource_name) # Try it the slow way match = stack.resource_by_refid(resource_name) if match is not None: return match raise exception.ResourceNotFound(resource_name=resource_name, stack_name=stack.name)
[docs] @context.request_context def find_physical_resource(self, cnxt, physical_resource_id): """Return an identifier for the specified resource. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param physical_resource_id: The physical resource ID to look up. """ rsrcs = resource_objects.Resource.get_all_by_physical_resource_id( cnxt, physical_resource_id) if not rsrcs: raise exception.EntityNotFound(entity='Resource', name=physical_resource_id) # This call is used only in the cfn API, which only cares about # finding the stack anyway. So allow duplicate resource IDs within the # same stack. if len({rs.stack_id for rs in rsrcs}) > 1: raise exception.PhysicalResourceIDAmbiguity( phys_id=physical_resource_id) rs = rsrcs[0] stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack_id=rs.stack_id) resource = stack[rs.name] return dict(resource.identifier())
[docs] @context.request_context def describe_stack_resources(self, cnxt, stack_identity, resource_name): s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=s) return [api.format_stack_resource(resource) for name, resource in six.iteritems(stack) if resource_name is None or name == resource_name]
[docs] @context.request_context def list_stack_resources(self, cnxt, stack_identity, nested_depth=0, with_detail=False, filters=None): s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity, show_deleted=True) stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=s) depth = min(nested_depth, cfg.CONF.max_nested_stack_depth) res_type = None if filters is not None: filters = api.translate_filters(filters) # There is not corresponding for `type` column in Resource table, # so sqlalchemy filters can't be used. res_type = filters.pop('type', None) if depth > 0: # populate context with resources from all nested depths resource_objects.Resource.get_all_by_root_stack( cnxt, stack.id, filters, cache=True) def filter_type(res_iter): for res in res_iter: if res_type not in res.type(): continue yield res if res_type is None: rsrcs = stack.iter_resources(depth, filters=filters) else: rsrcs = filter_type(stack.iter_resources(depth, filters=filters)) return [api.format_stack_resource(resource, detail=with_detail) for resource in rsrcs]
[docs] @context.request_context def stack_suspend(self, cnxt, stack_identity): """Handle request to perform suspend action on a stack.""" def _stack_suspend(stack): LOG.debug("suspending stack %s", stack.name) stack.suspend() s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=s) self.resource_enforcer.enforce_stack(stack, is_registered_policy=True) self.thread_group_mgr.start_with_lock(cnxt, stack, self.engine_id, _stack_suspend, stack)
[docs] @context.request_context def stack_resume(self, cnxt, stack_identity): """Handle request to perform a resume action on a stack.""" def _stack_resume(stack): LOG.debug("resuming stack %s", stack.name) stack.resume() s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=s) self.resource_enforcer.enforce_stack(stack, is_registered_policy=True) self.thread_group_mgr.start_with_lock(cnxt, stack, self.engine_id, _stack_resume, stack)
[docs] @context.request_context def stack_snapshot(self, cnxt, stack_identity, name): def _stack_snapshot(stack, snapshot): def save_snapshot(stack, action, status, reason): """Function that saves snapshot before snapshot complete.""" data = stack.prepare_abandon() data["status"] = status snapshot_object.Snapshot.update( cnxt, snapshot.id, {'data': data, 'status': status, 'status_reason': reason}) LOG.debug("Snapshotting stack %s", stack.name) stack.snapshot(save_snapshot_func=save_snapshot) s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=s) if stack.status == stack.IN_PROGRESS: LOG.info('%(stack)s is in state %(action)s_IN_PROGRESS, ' 'snapshot is not permitted.', { 'stack': six.text_type(stack), 'action': stack.action}) raise exception.ActionInProgress(stack_name=stack.name, action=stack.action) lock = stack_lock.StackLock(cnxt, stack.id, self.engine_id) with lock.thread_lock(): snapshot = snapshot_object.Snapshot.create(cnxt, { 'tenant': cnxt.tenant_id, 'name': name, 'stack_id': stack.id, 'status': 'IN_PROGRESS'}) self.thread_group_mgr.start_with_acquired_lock( stack, lock, _stack_snapshot, stack, snapshot) return api.format_snapshot(snapshot)
[docs] @context.request_context def show_snapshot(self, cnxt, stack_identity, snapshot_id): s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) snapshot = snapshot_object.Snapshot.get_snapshot_by_stack( cnxt, snapshot_id, s) return api.format_snapshot(snapshot)
[docs] @context.request_context def delete_snapshot(self, cnxt, stack_identity, snapshot_id): def _delete_snapshot(stack, snapshot): stack.delete_snapshot(snapshot) snapshot_object.Snapshot.delete(cnxt, snapshot_id) s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=s) snapshot = snapshot_object.Snapshot.get_snapshot_by_stack( cnxt, snapshot_id, s) if snapshot.status == stack.IN_PROGRESS: msg = _('Deleting in-progress snapshot') raise exception.NotSupported(feature=msg) self.thread_group_mgr.start( stack.id, _delete_snapshot, stack, snapshot)
[docs] @context.request_context def stack_check(self, cnxt, stack_identity): """Handle request to perform a check action on a stack.""" s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=s) LOG.info("Checking stack %s", stack.name) self.thread_group_mgr.start_with_lock(cnxt, stack, self.engine_id, stack.check)
[docs] @context.request_context def stack_restore(self, cnxt, stack_identity, snapshot_id): def _stack_restore(stack, snapshot): LOG.debug("restoring stack %s", stack.name) stack.restore(snapshot) s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=s) self.resource_enforcer.enforce_stack(stack, is_registered_policy=True) snapshot = snapshot_object.Snapshot.get_snapshot_by_stack( cnxt, snapshot_id, s) # FIXME(pas-ha) has to be amended to deny restoring stacks # that have disallowed for current user if stack.convergence: new_stack, tmpl = stack.restore_data(snapshot) stack.thread_group_mgr = self.thread_group_mgr stack.converge_stack(template=tmpl, action=stack.RESTORE, new_stack=new_stack) else: self.thread_group_mgr.start_with_lock( cnxt, stack, self.engine_id, _stack_restore, stack, snapshot)
[docs] @context.request_context def stack_list_snapshots(self, cnxt, stack_identity): s = self._get_stack(cnxt, stack_identity) data = snapshot_object.Snapshot.get_all(cnxt, s.id) return [api.format_snapshot(snapshot) for snapshot in data]
[docs] @context.request_context def create_watch_data(self, cnxt, watch_name, stats_data): """Creates data for CloudWatch and WaitConditions. This could be used by CloudWatch and WaitConditions and treat HA service events like any other CloudWatch. """ def get_matching_watches(): if watch_name: yield watchrule.WatchRule.load(cnxt, watch_name) else: for wr in watch_rule.WatchRule.get_all(cnxt): if watchrule.rule_can_use_sample(wr, stats_data): yield watchrule.WatchRule.load(cnxt, watch=wr) rule_run = False for rule in get_matching_watches(): rule.create_watch_data(stats_data) rule_run = True if not rule_run: if watch_name is None: watch_name = 'Unknown' raise exception.EntityNotFound(entity='Watch Rule', name=watch_name) return stats_data
[docs] @context.request_context def show_watch(self, cnxt, watch_name): """Return the attributes of one watch/alarm. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param watch_name: Name of the watch you want to see, or None to see all. """ if watch_name: wrn = [watch_name] else: try: wrn = [w.name for w in watch_rule.WatchRule.get_all(cnxt)] except Exception as ex: LOG.warning('show_watch (all) db error %s', ex) return wrs = [watchrule.WatchRule.load(cnxt, w) for w in wrn] result = [api.format_watch(w) for w in wrs] return result
[docs] @context.request_context def show_watch_metric(self, cnxt, metric_namespace=None, metric_name=None): """Return the datapoints for a metric. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param metric_namespace: Name of the namespace you want to see, or None to see all. :param metric_name: Name of the metric you want to see, or None to see all. """ # DB API and schema does not yet allow us to easily query by # namespace/metric, but we will want this at some point # for now, the API can query all metric data and filter locally if metric_namespace is not None or metric_name is not None: LOG.error("Filtering by namespace/metric not yet supported") return try: wds = watch_data.WatchData.get_all(cnxt) rule_names = { r.id: r.name for r in watch_rule.WatchRule.get_all(cnxt) } except Exception as ex: LOG.warning('show_metric (all) db error %s', ex) return result = [api.format_watch_data(w, rule_names) for w in wds] return result
[docs] @context.request_context def set_watch_state(self, cnxt, watch_name, state): """Temporarily set the state of a given watch. :param cnxt: RPC context. :param watch_name: Name of the watch. :param state: State (must be one defined in WatchRule class. """ wr = watchrule.WatchRule.load(cnxt, watch_name) if wr.state == rpc_api.WATCH_STATE_CEILOMETER_CONTROLLED: return actions = wr.set_watch_state(state) for action in actions: self.thread_group_mgr.start(wr.stack_id, action) # Return the watch with the state overridden to indicate success # We do not update the timestamps as we are not modifying the DB result = api.format_watch(wr) result[rpc_api.WATCH_STATE_VALUE] = state return result
[docs] @context.request_context def show_software_config(self, cnxt, config_id): return self.software_config.show_software_config(cnxt, config_id)
[docs] @context.request_context def list_software_configs(self, cnxt, limit=None, marker=None, tenant_safe=True): if not tenant_safe: cnxt = context.get_admin_context() return self.software_config.list_software_configs( cnxt, limit=limit, marker=marker)
[docs] @context.request_context def create_software_config(self, cnxt, group, name, config, inputs, outputs, options): return self.software_config.create_software_config( cnxt, group=group, name=name, config=config, inputs=inputs, outputs=outputs, options=options)
[docs] @context.request_context def delete_software_config(self, cnxt, config_id): return self.software_config.delete_software_config(cnxt, config_id)
[docs] @context.request_context def list_software_deployments(self, cnxt, server_id): return self.software_config.list_software_deployments( cnxt, server_id)
[docs] @context.request_context def metadata_software_deployments(self, cnxt, server_id): return self.software_config.metadata_software_deployments( cnxt, server_id)
[docs] @context.request_context def show_software_deployment(self, cnxt, deployment_id): return self.software_config.show_software_deployment( cnxt, deployment_id)
[docs] @context.request_context def check_software_deployment(self, cnxt, deployment_id, timeout): return self.software_config.check_software_deployment( cnxt, deployment_id, timeout)
[docs] @context.request_context def create_software_deployment(self, cnxt, server_id, config_id, input_values, action, status, status_reason, stack_user_project_id, deployment_id=None): return self.software_config.create_software_deployment( cnxt, server_id=server_id, config_id=config_id, deployment_id=deployment_id, input_values=input_values, action=action, status=status, status_reason=status_reason, stack_user_project_id=stack_user_project_id)
[docs] @context.request_context def signal_software_deployment(self, cnxt, deployment_id, details, updated_at): return self.software_config.signal_software_deployment( cnxt, deployment_id=deployment_id, details=details, updated_at=updated_at)
[docs] @context.request_context def update_software_deployment(self, cnxt, deployment_id, config_id, input_values, output_values, action, status, status_reason, updated_at): return self.software_config.update_software_deployment( cnxt, deployment_id=deployment_id, config_id=config_id, input_values=input_values, output_values=output_values, action=action, status=status, status_reason=status_reason, updated_at=updated_at)
[docs] @context.request_context def delete_software_deployment(self, cnxt, deployment_id): return self.software_config.delete_software_deployment( cnxt, deployment_id)
[docs] @context.request_context def list_services(self, cnxt): result = [service_utils.format_service(srv) for srv in service_objects.Service.get_all(cnxt)] return result
[docs] @context.request_context def migrate_convergence_1(self, ctxt, stack_id): parent_stack = parser.Stack.load(ctxt, stack_id=stack_id, show_deleted=False) if parent_stack.convergence: LOG.info("Convergence was already enabled for stack %s", stack_id) return db_stacks = stack_object.Stack.get_all_by_root_owner_id( ctxt, parent_stack.id) stacks = [parser.Stack.load(ctxt, stack_id=st.id, stack=st) for st in db_stacks] stacks.append(parent_stack) locks = [] try: for st in stacks: lock = stack_lock.StackLock(ctxt, st.id, self.engine_id) lock.acquire() locks.append(lock) sess = ctxt.session sess.begin(subtransactions=True) try: for st in stacks: if not st.convergence: st.migrate_to_convergence() sess.commit() except Exception: sess.rollback() raise finally: for lock in locks: lock.release()
[docs] def service_manage_report(self): cnxt = context.get_admin_context() if self.service_id is None: service_ref = service_objects.Service.create( cnxt, dict(host=self.host, hostname=self.hostname, binary=self.binary, engine_id=self.engine_id, topic=self.topic, report_interval=cfg.CONF.periodic_interval) ) self.service_id = service_ref['id'] LOG.debug('Service %s is started', self.service_id) try: service_objects.Service.update_by_id( cnxt, self.service_id, dict(deleted_at=None)) LOG.debug('Service %s is updated', self.service_id) except Exception as ex: LOG.error('Service %(service_id)s update ' 'failed: %(error)s', {'service_id': self.service_id, 'error': ex})
[docs] def service_manage_cleanup(self): cnxt = context.get_admin_context() last_updated_window = (3 * cfg.CONF.periodic_interval) time_line = timeutils.utcnow() - datetime.timedelta( seconds=last_updated_window) service_refs = service_objects.Service.get_all_by_args( cnxt, self.host, self.binary, self.hostname) for service_ref in service_refs: if (service_ref['id'] == self.service_id or service_ref['deleted_at'] is not None or service_ref['updated_at'] is None): continue if service_ref['updated_at'] < time_line: # hasn't been updated, assuming it's died. LOG.debug('Service %s was aborted', service_ref['id']) service_objects.Service.delete(cnxt, service_ref['id'])
[docs] def reset_stack_status(self): filters = { 'status': parser.Stack.IN_PROGRESS, 'convergence': False } stacks = stack_object.Stack.get_all(context.get_admin_context(), filters=filters, show_nested=True) for s in stacks: # Build one context per stack, so that it can safely be passed to # to thread. cnxt = context.get_admin_context() stack_id = s.id lock = stack_lock.StackLock(cnxt, stack_id, self.engine_id) engine_id = lock.get_engine_id() try: with lock.thread_lock(retry=False): # refetch stack and confirm it is still IN_PROGRESS s = stack_object.Stack.get_by_id( cnxt, stack_id) if s.status != parser.Stack.IN_PROGRESS: lock.release() continue stk = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack=s) LOG.info('Engine %(engine)s went down when stack ' '%(stack_id)s was in action %(action)s', {'engine': engine_id, 'action': stk.action, 'stack_id': stk.id}) reason = _('Engine went down during stack %s') % stk.action # Set stack and resources status to FAILED in sub thread self.thread_group_mgr.start_with_acquired_lock( stk, lock, stk.reset_stack_and_resources_in_progress, reason ) except exception.ActionInProgress: continue except Exception: LOG.exception('Error while resetting stack: %s', stack_id) continue
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