heat.engine.check_resource

Source code for heat.engine.check_resource

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import six

import eventlet.queue
import functools

from oslo_log import log as logging
from oslo_utils import excutils

from heat.common import exception
from heat.engine import resource
from heat.engine import scheduler
from heat.engine import stack as parser
from heat.engine import sync_point
from heat.objects import resource as resource_objects
from heat.rpc import api as rpc_api
from heat.rpc import listener_client

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)


[docs]class CancelOperation(BaseException): """Exception to cancel an in-progress operation on a resource. This exception is raised when operations on a resource are cancelled. """ def __init__(self): return super(CancelOperation, self).__init__('user triggered cancel')
[docs]class CheckResource(object): def __init__(self, engine_id, rpc_client, thread_group_mgr, msg_queue, input_data): self.engine_id = engine_id self._rpc_client = rpc_client self.thread_group_mgr = thread_group_mgr self.msg_queue = msg_queue self.input_data = input_data def _stale_resource_needs_retry(self, cnxt, rsrc, prev_template_id): """Determine whether a resource needs retrying after failure to lock. Return True if we need to retry the check operation because of a failure to acquire the lock. This can be either because the engine holding the lock is no longer working, or because no other engine had locked the resource and the data was just out of date. In the former case, the lock will be stolen and the resource status changed to FAILED. """ fields = {'current_template_id', 'engine_id'} rs_obj = resource_objects.Resource.get_obj(cnxt, rsrc.id, refresh=True, fields=fields) if rs_obj.engine_id not in (None, self.engine_id): if not listener_client.EngineListenerClient( rs_obj.engine_id).is_alive(cnxt): # steal the lock. rs_obj.update_and_save({'engine_id': None}) # set the resource state as failed status_reason = ('Worker went down ' 'during resource %s' % rsrc.action) rsrc.state_set(rsrc.action, rsrc.FAILED, six.text_type(status_reason)) return True elif (rs_obj.engine_id is None and rs_obj.current_template_id == prev_template_id): LOG.debug('Resource id=%d stale; retrying check', rsrc.id) return True LOG.debug('Resource id=%d modified by another traversal', rsrc.id) return False def _trigger_rollback(self, stack): LOG.info("Triggering rollback of %(stack_name)s %(action)s ", {'action': stack.action, 'stack_name': stack.name}) stack.rollback() def _handle_failure(self, cnxt, stack, failure_reason): updated = stack.state_set(stack.action, stack.FAILED, failure_reason) if not updated: return False if (not stack.disable_rollback and stack.action in (stack.CREATE, stack.ADOPT, stack.UPDATE, stack.RESTORE)): self._trigger_rollback(stack) else: stack.purge_db() return True def _handle_resource_failure(self, cnxt, is_update, rsrc_id, stack, failure_reason): failure_handled = self._handle_failure(cnxt, stack, failure_reason) if not failure_handled: # Another concurrent update has taken over. But there is a # possibility for that update to be waiting for this rsrc to # complete, hence retrigger current rsrc for latest traversal. self._retrigger_new_traversal(cnxt, stack.current_traversal, is_update, stack.id, rsrc_id) def _retrigger_new_traversal(self, cnxt, current_traversal, is_update, stack_id, rsrc_id): latest_stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack_id=stack_id, force_reload=True) if current_traversal != latest_stack.current_traversal: self.retrigger_check_resource(cnxt, is_update, rsrc_id, latest_stack) def _handle_stack_timeout(self, cnxt, stack): failure_reason = u'Timed out' self._handle_failure(cnxt, stack, failure_reason) def _handle_resource_replacement(self, cnxt, current_traversal, new_tmpl_id, rsrc, stack, adopt_stack_data): """Create a replacement resource and trigger a check on it.""" try: new_res_id = rsrc.make_replacement(new_tmpl_id) except exception.UpdateInProgress: LOG.info("No replacement created - " "resource already locked by new traversal") return if new_res_id is None: LOG.info("No replacement created - " "new traversal already in progress") self._retrigger_new_traversal(cnxt, current_traversal, True, stack.id, rsrc.id) return LOG.info("Replacing resource with new id %s", new_res_id) rpc_data = sync_point.serialize_input_data(self.input_data) self._rpc_client.check_resource(cnxt, new_res_id, current_traversal, rpc_data, True, adopt_stack_data) def _do_check_resource(self, cnxt, current_traversal, tmpl, resource_data, is_update, rsrc, stack, adopt_stack_data): prev_template_id = rsrc.current_template_id try: if is_update: try: check_resource_update(rsrc, tmpl.id, resource_data, self.engine_id, stack, self.msg_queue) except resource.UpdateReplace: self._handle_resource_replacement(cnxt, current_traversal, tmpl.id, rsrc, stack, adopt_stack_data) return False else: check_resource_cleanup(rsrc, tmpl.id, resource_data, self.engine_id, stack.time_remaining(), self.msg_queue) return True except exception.UpdateInProgress: if self._stale_resource_needs_retry(cnxt, rsrc, prev_template_id): rpc_data = sync_point.serialize_input_data(self.input_data) self._rpc_client.check_resource(cnxt, rsrc.id, current_traversal, rpc_data, is_update, adopt_stack_data) except exception.ResourceFailure as ex: action = ex.action or rsrc.action reason = 'Resource %s failed: %s' % (action, six.text_type(ex)) self._handle_resource_failure(cnxt, is_update, rsrc.id, stack, reason) except scheduler.Timeout: self._handle_resource_failure(cnxt, is_update, rsrc.id, stack, u'Timed out') except CancelOperation as ex: # Stack is already marked FAILED, so we just need to retrigger # in case a new traversal has started and is waiting on us. self._retrigger_new_traversal(cnxt, current_traversal, is_update, stack.id, rsrc.id) return False
[docs] def retrigger_check_resource(self, cnxt, is_update, resource_id, stack): current_traversal = stack.current_traversal graph = stack.convergence_dependencies.graph() key = (resource_id, is_update) if is_update: # When re-trigger received for update in latest traversal, first # check if update key is available in graph. # if No, then latest traversal is waiting for delete. if (resource_id, is_update) not in graph: key = (resource_id, not is_update) else: # When re-trigger received for delete in latest traversal, first # check if update key is available in graph, # if yes, then latest traversal is waiting for update. if (resource_id, True) in graph: # not is_update evaluates to True below, which means update key = (resource_id, not is_update) LOG.info('Re-trigger resource: (%(key1)s, %(key2)s)', {'key1': key[0], 'key2': key[1]}) predecessors = set(graph[key]) try: propagate_check_resource(cnxt, self._rpc_client, resource_id, current_traversal, predecessors, key, None, key[1], None) except exception.EntityNotFound as e: if e.entity != "Sync Point": raise
def _initiate_propagate_resource(self, cnxt, resource_id, current_traversal, is_update, rsrc, stack): deps = stack.convergence_dependencies graph = deps.graph() graph_key = parser.ConvergenceNode(resource_id, is_update) if graph_key not in graph and rsrc.replaces is not None: # If we are a replacement, impersonate the replaced resource for # the purposes of calculating whether subsequent resources are # ready, since everybody has to work from the same version of the # graph. Our real resource ID is sent in the input_data, so the # dependencies will get updated to point to this resource in time # for the next traversal. graph_key = parser.ConvergenceNode(rsrc.replaces, is_update) def _get_input_data(req_node, input_forward_data=None): if req_node.is_update: if input_forward_data is None: return rsrc.node_data().as_dict() else: # do not re-resolve attrs return input_forward_data else: # Don't send data if initiating clean-up for self i.e. # initiating delete of a replaced resource if req_node.rsrc_id != graph_key.rsrc_id: # send replaced resource as needed_by if it exists return (rsrc.replaced_by if rsrc.replaced_by is not None else resource_id) return None try: input_forward_data = None for req_node in sorted(deps.required_by(graph_key), key=lambda n: n.is_update): input_data = _get_input_data(req_node, input_forward_data) if req_node.is_update: input_forward_data = input_data propagate_check_resource( cnxt, self._rpc_client, req_node.rsrc_id, current_traversal, set(graph[req_node]), graph_key, input_data, req_node.is_update, stack.adopt_stack_data) if is_update: if input_forward_data is None: # we haven't resolved attribute data for the resource, # so clear any old attributes so they may be re-resolved rsrc.clear_stored_attributes() else: rsrc.store_attributes() check_stack_complete(cnxt, stack, current_traversal, graph_key.rsrc_id, deps, graph_key.is_update) except exception.EntityNotFound as e: if e.entity == "Sync Point": # Reload the stack to determine the current traversal, and # check the SyncPoint for the current node to determine if # it is ready. If it is, then retrigger the current node # with the appropriate data for the latest traversal. stack = parser.Stack.load(cnxt, stack_id=rsrc.stack.id, force_reload=True) if current_traversal == stack.current_traversal: LOG.debug('[%s] Traversal sync point missing.', current_traversal) return self.retrigger_check_resource(cnxt, is_update, resource_id, stack) else: raise
[docs] def check(self, cnxt, resource_id, current_traversal, resource_data, is_update, adopt_stack_data, rsrc, stack): """Process a node in the dependency graph. The node may be associated with either an update or a cleanup of its associated resource. """ if stack.has_timed_out(): self._handle_stack_timeout(cnxt, stack) return tmpl = stack.t stack.adopt_stack_data = adopt_stack_data stack.thread_group_mgr = self.thread_group_mgr if is_update: if (rsrc.replaced_by is not None and rsrc.current_template_id != tmpl.id): LOG.debug('Resource %s with id %s already replaced by %s; ' 'not checking', rsrc.name, resource_id, rsrc.replaced_by) return try: check_resource_done = self._do_check_resource(cnxt, current_traversal, tmpl, resource_data, is_update, rsrc, stack, adopt_stack_data) if check_resource_done: # initiate check on next set of resources from graph self._initiate_propagate_resource(cnxt, resource_id, current_traversal, is_update, rsrc, stack) except BaseException as exc: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): msg = six.text_type(exc) LOG.exception("Unexpected exception in resource check.") self._handle_resource_failure(cnxt, is_update, rsrc.id, stack, msg)
[docs]def load_resource(cnxt, resource_id, resource_data, current_traversal, is_update): try: return resource.Resource.load(cnxt, resource_id, current_traversal, is_update, resource_data) except (exception.ResourceNotFound, exception.NotFound): # can be ignored return None, None, None
[docs]def check_stack_complete(cnxt, stack, current_traversal, sender_id, deps, is_update): """Mark the stack complete if the update is complete. Complete is currently in the sense that all desired resources are in service, not that superfluous ones have been cleaned up. """ roots = set(deps.roots()) if (sender_id, is_update) not in roots: return def mark_complete(stack_id, data): stack.mark_complete() sender_key = (sender_id, is_update) sync_point.sync(cnxt, stack.id, current_traversal, True, mark_complete, roots, {sender_key: None})
[docs]def propagate_check_resource(cnxt, rpc_client, next_res_id, current_traversal, predecessors, sender_key, sender_data, is_update, adopt_stack_data): """Trigger processing of node if all of its dependencies are satisfied.""" def do_check(entity_id, data): rpc_client.check_resource(cnxt, entity_id, current_traversal, data, is_update, adopt_stack_data) sync_point.sync(cnxt, next_res_id, current_traversal, is_update, do_check, predecessors, {sender_key: sender_data})
def _check_for_message(msg_queue): if msg_queue is None: return try: message = msg_queue.get_nowait() except eventlet.queue.Empty: return if message == rpc_api.THREAD_CANCEL: raise CancelOperation LOG.error('Unknown message "%s" received', message)
[docs]def check_resource_update(rsrc, template_id, resource_data, engine_id, stack, msg_queue): """Create or update the Resource if appropriate.""" check_message = functools.partial(_check_for_message, msg_queue) if rsrc.action == resource.Resource.INIT: rsrc.create_convergence(template_id, resource_data, engine_id, stack.time_remaining(), check_message) else: rsrc.update_convergence(template_id, resource_data, engine_id, stack.time_remaining(), stack, check_message)
[docs]def check_resource_cleanup(rsrc, template_id, resource_data, engine_id, timeout, msg_queue): """Delete the Resource if appropriate.""" check_message = functools.partial(_check_for_message, msg_queue) rsrc.delete_convergence(template_id, resource_data, engine_id, timeout, check_message)
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