Source code for ironic.conductor.steps

#    Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
#    not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
#    a copy of the License at
#
#         http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
#    Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
#    distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
#    WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
#    License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
#    under the License.

import collections
import time

from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_log import log

from ironic.common import exception
from ironic.common.i18n import _
from ironic.common import states
from ironic.conductor import utils
from ironic.objects import deploy_template

LOG = log.getLogger(__name__)
CONF = cfg.CONF


CLEANING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY = {
    # When two clean steps have the same priority, their order is determined
    # by which interface is implementing the clean step. The clean step of the
    # interface with the highest value here, will be executed first in that
    # case.
    'vendor': 7,
    'power': 6,
    'management': 5,
    'firmware': 4,
    'deploy': 3,
    'bios': 2,
    'raid': 1,
}

DEPLOYING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY = {
    # When two deploy steps have the same priority, their order is determined
    # by which interface is implementing the step. The step of the interface
    # with the highest value here, will be executed first in that case.
    # TODO(rloo): If we think it makes sense to have the interface priorities
    # the same for cleaning & deploying, replace the two with one e.g.
    # 'INTERFACE_PRIORITIES'.
    'vendor': 7,
    'power': 6,
    'management': 5,
    'firmware': 4,
    'deploy': 3,
    'bios': 2,
    'raid': 1,
}

SERVICING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY = DEPLOYING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY.copy()

VERIFYING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY = {
    # When two verify steps have the same priority, their order is determined
    # by which interface is implementing the verify step. The verifying step of
    # the interface with the highest value here, will be executed first in
    # that case.
    'power': 13,
    'management': 12,
    'firmware': 11,
    'inspect': 10,
    'deploy': 9,
    'boot': 8,
    'bios': 7,
    'raid': 6,
    'vendor': 5,
    'network': 4,
    'storage': 3,
    'console': 2,
    'rescue': 1,
}

# Reserved step names to to map to methods which need to be
# called, where node conductor logic wraps a driver's internal
# logic. Example, removing tokens based upon state before
# rebooting the node.
RESERVED_STEP_HANDLER_MAPPING = {
    'power_on': [utils.node_power_action, states.POWER_ON],
    'power_off': [utils.node_power_action, states.POWER_OFF],
    'reboot': [utils.node_power_action, states.REBOOT],
}

# values to enable declariation of how to handle reserved step names
USED_HANDLER = 'used_handler'
EXIT_STEPS = 'exit_steps'


def _clean_step_key(step):
    """Sort by priority, then interface priority in event of tie.

    :param step: cleaning step dict to get priority for.
    """
    return (step.get('priority'),
            CLEANING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY[step.get('interface')])


def _deploy_step_key(step):
    """Sort by priority, then interface priority in event of tie.

    :param step: deploy step dict to get priority for.
    """
    return (step.get('priority'),
            DEPLOYING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY[step.get('interface')])


def _verify_step_key(step):
    """Sort by priority, then interface priority in event of tie.

    :param step: verify step dict to get priority for.
    """
    return (step.get('priority'),
            VERIFYING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY[step.get('interface')])


def _sorted_steps(steps, sort_step_key):
    """Return a sorted list of steps.

    :param sort_step_key: If set, this is a method (key) used to sort the steps
        from highest priority to lowest priority. For steps having the same
        priority, they are sorted from highest interface priority to lowest.
    :returns: A list of sorted step dictionaries.
    """
    # Sort the steps from higher priority to lower priority
    return sorted(steps, key=sort_step_key, reverse=True)


def _service_step_key(step):
    """Sort by priority, then interface priority in event of tie.

    :param step: deploy step dict to get priority for.
    """
    return (step.get('priority'),
            SERVICING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY[step.get('interface')])


[docs] def is_equivalent(step1, step2): """Compare steps, ignoring their priority.""" return (step1.get('interface') == step2.get('interface') and step1.get('step') == step2.get('step'))
[docs] def find_step(steps, step): """Find an identical step in the list of steps.""" return next((x for x in steps if is_equivalent(x, step)), None)
def _get_steps(task, interfaces, get_method, enabled=False, sort_step_key=None, prio_overrides=None): """Get steps for task.node. :param task: A TaskManager object :param interfaces: A dictionary of (key) interfaces and their (value) priorities. These are the interfaces that will have steps of interest. The priorities are used for deciding the priorities of steps having the same priority. :param get_method: The method used to get the steps from the node's interface; a string. :param enabled: If True, returns only enabled (priority > 0) steps. If False, returns all steps. :param sort_step_key: If set, this is a method (key) used to sort the steps from highest priority to lowest priority. For steps having the same priority, they are sorted from highest interface priority to lowest. :param prio_overrides: An optional dictionary of priority overrides for steps, e.g: {'deploy.erase_devices_metadata': '123', 'management.reset_bios_to_default': '234'} :raises: NodeCleaningFailure or InstanceDeployFailure if there was a problem getting the steps. :returns: A list of step dictionaries """ # Get steps from each interface steps = list() for interface in interfaces: interface = getattr(task.driver, interface) if interface: # NOTE(janders) get all steps to start with, regardless of whether # enabled is True and priority is zero or not; we need to apply # priority overrides prior to filtering out disabled steps interface_steps = [x for x in getattr(interface, get_method)(task)] steps.extend(interface_steps) # Iterate over steps to apply prio overrides if set if prio_overrides is not None: for step in steps: override_key = '%(interface)s.%(step)s' % step override_value = prio_overrides.get(override_key) if override_value: step["priority"] = int(override_value) # NOTE(janders) If enabled is set to True, we filter out steps with zero # priority now, after applying priority overrides if enabled: steps = [x for x in steps if not (x.get('priority') == 0)] if sort_step_key: steps = _sorted_steps(steps, sort_step_key) return steps def _get_cleaning_steps(task, enabled=False, sort=True): """Get cleaning steps for task.node. :param task: A TaskManager object :param enabled: If True, returns only enabled (priority > 0) steps. If False, returns all clean steps. :param sort: If True, the steps are sorted from highest priority to lowest priority. For steps having the same priority, they are sorted from highest interface priority to lowest. :raises: NodeCleaningFailure if there was a problem getting the clean steps. :returns: A list of clean step dictionaries """ sort_key = _clean_step_key if sort else None if CONF.conductor.clean_step_priority_override: csp_override = {} for element in CONF.conductor.clean_step_priority_override: csp_override.update(element) cleaning_steps = _get_steps(task, CLEANING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY, 'get_clean_steps', enabled=enabled, sort_step_key=sort_key, prio_overrides=csp_override) LOG.debug('cleaning_steps after applying ' 'clean_step_priority_override for node %(node)s: %(steps)s', {'node': task.node.uuid, 'steps': cleaning_steps}) else: cleaning_steps = _get_steps(task, CLEANING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY, 'get_clean_steps', enabled=enabled, sort_step_key=sort_key) return cleaning_steps def _get_deployment_steps(task, enabled=False, sort=True): """Get deployment steps for task.node. :param task: A TaskManager object :param enabled: If True, returns only enabled (priority > 0) steps. If False, returns all deploy steps. :param sort: If True, the steps are sorted from highest priority to lowest priority. For steps having the same priority, they are sorted from highest interface priority to lowest. :raises: InstanceDeployFailure if there was a problem getting the deploy steps. :returns: A list of deploy step dictionaries """ sort_key = _deploy_step_key if sort else None return _get_steps(task, DEPLOYING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY, 'get_deploy_steps', enabled=enabled, sort_step_key=sort_key) def _get_service_steps(task, enabled=False, sort=True): """Get service steps for task.node. :param task: A TaskManager object :param enabled: If True, returns only enabled (priority > 0) steps. If False, returns all clean steps. :param sort: If True, the steps are sorted from highest priority to lowest priority. For steps having the same priority, they are sorted from highest interface priority to lowest. :raises: NodeServicingFailure if there was a problem getting the clean steps. :returns: A list of clean step dictionaries """ sort_key = _service_step_key if sort else None service_steps = _get_steps(task, SERVICING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY, 'get_service_steps', enabled=enabled, sort_step_key=sort_key) return service_steps def _get_verify_steps(task, enabled=False, sort=True): """Get verify steps for task.node. :param task: A TaskManager object :param enabled: If True, returns only enabled (priority > 0) steps. If False, returns all verify steps. :param sort: If True, the steps are sorted from highest priority to lowest priority. For steps having the same priority, they are sorted from highest interface priority to lowest. :raises: NodeVerifyFailure if there was a problem getting the verify steps. :returns: A list of verify step dictionaries """ sort_key = _verify_step_key if sort else None if CONF.conductor.verify_step_priority_override: vsp_override = {} for element in CONF.conductor.verify_step_priority_override: vsp_override.update(element) verify_steps = _get_steps(task, VERIFYING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY, 'get_verify_steps', enabled=enabled, sort_step_key=sort_key, prio_overrides=vsp_override) else: verify_steps = _get_steps(task, VERIFYING_INTERFACE_PRIORITY, 'get_verify_steps', enabled=enabled, sort_step_key=sort_key) return verify_steps
[docs] def set_node_cleaning_steps(task, disable_ramdisk=False): """Set up the node with clean step information for cleaning. For automated cleaning, get the clean steps from the driver. For manual cleaning, the user's clean steps are known but need to be validated against the driver's clean steps. :param disable_ramdisk: If `True`, only steps with requires_ramdisk=False are accepted. :raises: InvalidParameterValue if there is a problem with the user's clean steps. :raises: NodeCleaningFailure if there was a problem getting the clean steps. """ node = task.node # For manual cleaning, the target provision state is MANAGEABLE, whereas # for automated cleaning, it is AVAILABLE. manual_clean = node.target_provision_state == states.MANAGEABLE if not manual_clean: # Get the prioritized steps for automated cleaning steps = _get_cleaning_steps(task, enabled=True) else: # For manual cleaning, the list of cleaning steps was specified by the # user and already saved in node.driver_internal_info['clean_steps']. # Now that we know what the driver's available clean steps are, we can # do further checks to validate the user's clean steps. steps = _validate_user_clean_steps( task, node.driver_internal_info['clean_steps'], disable_ramdisk=disable_ramdisk) LOG.debug('List of the steps for %(type)s cleaning of node %(node)s: ' '%(steps)s', {'type': 'manual' if manual_clean else 'automated', 'node': node.uuid, 'steps': steps}) node.clean_step = {} node.set_driver_internal_info('clean_steps', steps) node.set_driver_internal_info('clean_step_index', None) node.save()
def _get_deployment_templates(task): """Get deployment templates for task.node. Return deployment templates where the name of the deployment template matches one of the node's instance traits (the subset of the node's traits requested by the user via a flavor or image). :param task: A TaskManager object :returns: a list of DeployTemplate objects. """ node = task.node if not node.instance_info.get('traits'): return [] instance_traits = node.instance_info['traits'] return deploy_template.DeployTemplate.list_by_names(task.context, instance_traits) def _get_steps_from_deployment_templates(task, templates): """Get deployment template steps for task.node. Given a list of deploy template objects, return a list of all deploy steps combined. :param task: A TaskManager object :param templates: a list of deploy templates :returns: A list of deploy step dictionaries """ steps = [] # NOTE(mgoddard): The steps from the object include id, created_at, etc., # which we don't want to include when we assign them to # node.driver_internal_info. Include only the relevant fields. step_fields = ('interface', 'step', 'args', 'priority') for template in templates: steps.extend([{key: step[key] for key in step_fields} for step in template.steps]) return steps def _get_validated_steps_from_templates(task, skip_missing=False): """Return a list of validated deploy steps from deploy templates. Deployment template steps are those steps defined in deployment templates where the name of the deployment template matches one of the node's instance traits (the subset of the node's traits requested by the user via a flavor or image). There may be many such matching templates, each with a list of steps to execute. This method gathers the steps from all matching deploy templates for a node, and validates those steps against the node's driver interfaces, raising an error if validation fails. :param task: A TaskManager object :raises: InvalidParameterValue if validation of steps fails. :raises: InstanceDeployFailure if there was a problem getting the deploy steps. :returns: A list of validated deploy step dictionaries """ # Gather deploy templates matching the node's instance traits. templates = _get_deployment_templates(task) # Gather deploy steps from deploy templates. user_steps = _get_steps_from_deployment_templates(task, templates) # Validate the steps. error_prefix = (_('Validation of deploy steps from deploy templates ' 'matching this node\'s instance traits failed. Matching ' 'deploy templates: %(templates)s. Errors: ') % {'templates': ','.join(t.name for t in templates)}) return _validate_user_deploy_steps(task, user_steps, error_prefix=error_prefix, skip_missing=skip_missing) def _get_all_deployment_steps(task, skip_missing=False): """Get deployment steps for task.node. Deployment steps from matching deployment templates are combined with those from driver interfaces and all enabled steps returned in priority order. :param task: A TaskManager object :raises: InstanceDeployFailure if there was a problem getting the deploy steps. :returns: A list of deploy step dictionaries """ # Get deploy steps provided by user via argument if any. These steps # override template and driver steps when overlap. user_steps = _get_validated_user_deploy_steps( task, skip_missing=skip_missing) # Gather deploy steps from deploy templates and validate. # NOTE(mgoddard): although we've probably just validated the templates in # do_node_deploy, they may have changed in the DB since we last checked, so # validate again. template_steps = _get_validated_steps_from_templates( task, skip_missing=skip_missing) # Take only template steps that are not already provided by user user_step_keys = {(s['interface'], s['step']) for s in user_steps} new_template_steps = [s for s in template_steps if (s['interface'], s['step']) not in user_step_keys] user_steps.extend(new_template_steps) # Gather enabled deploy steps from drivers. driver_steps = _get_deployment_steps(task, enabled=True, sort=False) # Remove driver steps that have been disabled or overridden by user steps. user_step_keys = {(s['interface'], s['step']) for s in user_steps} steps = [s for s in driver_steps if (s['interface'], s['step']) not in user_step_keys] # Add enabled user steps. enabled_user_steps = [s for s in user_steps if s['priority'] > 0] steps.extend(enabled_user_steps) return _sorted_steps(steps, _deploy_step_key)
[docs] def set_node_deployment_steps(task, reset_current=True, skip_missing=False): """Set up the node with deployment step information for deploying. Get the deploy steps from the driver. :param reset_current: Whether to reset the current step to the first one. :raises: InstanceDeployFailure if there was a problem getting the deployment steps. """ node = task.node node.set_driver_internal_info('deploy_steps', _get_all_deployment_steps( task, skip_missing=skip_missing)) LOG.debug('List of the deploy steps for node %(node)s: %(steps)s', { 'node': node.uuid, 'steps': node.driver_internal_info['deploy_steps'] }) if reset_current: node.deploy_step = {} node.set_driver_internal_info('deploy_step_index', None) node.save()
[docs] def set_node_service_steps(task, disable_ramdisk=False): """Set up the node with clean step information for cleaning. For automated cleaning, get the clean steps from the driver. For manual cleaning, the user's clean steps are known but need to be validated against the driver's clean steps. :param disable_ramdisk: If `True`, only steps with requires_ramdisk=False are accepted. :raises: InvalidParameterValue if there is a problem with the user's clean steps. :raises: NodeCleaningFailure if there was a problem getting the service steps. """ node = task.node steps = _validate_user_service_steps( task, node.driver_internal_info.get('service_steps', []), disable_ramdisk=disable_ramdisk) LOG.debug('List of the steps for service of node %(node)s: ' '%(steps)s', {'node': node.uuid, 'steps': steps}) node.service_step = {} node.set_driver_internal_info('service_steps', steps) node.set_driver_internal_info('service_step_index', None) node.save()
[docs] def step_id(step): """Return the 'ID' of a deploy step. The ID is a string, <interface>.<step>. :param step: the step dictionary. :return: the step's ID string. """ return '.'.join([step['interface'], step['step']])
def _validate_deploy_steps_unique(user_steps): """Validate that deploy steps from deploy templates are unique. :param user_steps: a list of user steps. A user step is a dictionary with required keys 'interface', 'step', 'args', and 'priority':: { 'interface': <driver_interface>, 'step': <name_of_step>, 'args': {<arg1>: <value1>, ..., <argn>: <valuen>}, 'priority': <priority_of_step> } For example:: { 'interface': deploy', 'step': 'upgrade_firmware', 'args': {'force': True}, 'priority': 10 } :return: a list of validation error strings for the steps. """ # Check for duplicate steps. Each interface/step combination can be # specified at most once. errors = [] counter = collections.Counter(step_id(step) for step in user_steps) duplicates = {step_id for step_id, count in counter.items() if count > 1} if duplicates: err = (_('deploy steps from all deploy templates matching this ' 'node\'s instance traits cannot have the same interface ' 'and step. Duplicate deploy steps for %(duplicates)s') % {'duplicates': ', '.join(duplicates)}) errors.append(err) return errors def _validate_user_step(task, user_step, driver_step, step_type, disable_ramdisk=False): """Validate a user-specified step. :param task: A TaskManager object :param user_step: a user step dictionary with required keys 'interface' and 'step', and optional keys 'args' and 'priority':: { 'interface': <driver_interface>, 'step': <name_of_step>, 'args': {<arg1>: <value1>, ..., <argn>: <valuen>}, 'priority': <optional_priority> } For example:: { 'interface': deploy', 'step': 'upgrade_firmware', 'args': {'force': True} } :param driver_step: a driver step dictionary:: { 'interface': <driver_interface>, 'step': <name_of_step>, 'priority': <integer> 'abortable': Optional for clean steps, absent for deploy steps. <Boolean>. 'argsinfo': Optional. A dictionary of {<arg_name>:<arg_info_dict>} entries. <arg_info_dict> is a dictionary with { 'description': <description>, 'required': <Boolean> } } For example:: { 'interface': deploy', 'step': 'upgrade_firmware', 'priority': 10, 'abortable': True, 'argsinfo': { 'force': { 'description': 'Whether to force the upgrade', 'required': False } } } :param step_type: either 'clean' or 'deploy'. :param disable_ramdisk: If `True`, only steps with requires_ramdisk=False are accepted. Only makes sense for manual cleaning at the moment. :return: a list of validation error strings for the step. """ errors = [] # Check that the user-specified arguments are valid argsinfo = driver_step.get('argsinfo') or {} user_args = user_step.get('args') or {} unexpected = set(user_args) - set(argsinfo) if unexpected: error = (_('%(type)s step %(step)s has these unexpected arguments: ' '%(unexpected)s') % {'type': step_type, 'step': user_step, 'unexpected': ', '.join(unexpected)}) errors.append(error) if step_type == 'clean' or user_step['priority'] > 0: # Check that all required arguments were specified by the user missing = [] for (arg_name, arg_info) in argsinfo.items(): if arg_info.get('required', False) and arg_name not in user_args: msg = arg_name if arg_info.get('description'): msg += ' (%(desc)s)' % {'desc': arg_info['description']} missing.append(msg) if missing: error = (_('%(type)s step %(step)s is missing these required ' 'arguments: %(miss)s') % {'type': step_type, 'step': user_step, 'miss': ', '.join(missing)}) errors.append(error) if disable_ramdisk and driver_step.get('requires_ramdisk', True): error = _('clean step %s requires booting a ramdisk') % user_step errors.append(error) if step_type == 'clean': # Copy fields that should not be provided by a user user_step['abortable'] = driver_step.get('abortable', False) user_step['priority'] = driver_step.get('priority', 0) elif user_step['priority'] > 0: # 'core' deploy steps can only be disabled. # NOTE(mgoddard): we'll need something a little more sophisticated to # track core steps once we split out the single core step. is_core = (driver_step['interface'] == 'deploy' and driver_step['step'] == 'deploy') if is_core: error = (_('deploy step %(step)s on interface %(interface)s is a ' 'core step and cannot be overridden by user steps. It ' 'may be disabled by setting the priority to 0') % {'step': user_step['step'], 'interface': user_step['interface']}) errors.append(error) return errors def _validate_user_steps(task, user_steps, driver_steps, step_type, error_prefix=None, skip_missing=False, disable_ramdisk=False): """Validate the user-specified steps. :param task: A TaskManager object :param user_steps: a list of user steps. A user step is a dictionary with required keys 'interface' and 'step', and optional keys 'args' and 'priority':: { 'interface': <driver_interface>, 'step': <name_of_step>, 'args': {<arg1>: <value1>, ..., <argn>: <valuen>}, 'priority': <optional_priority> } For example:: { 'interface': deploy', 'step': 'upgrade_firmware', 'args': {'force': True} } :param driver_steps: a list of driver steps:: { 'interface': <driver_interface>, 'step': <name_of_step>, 'priority': <integer> 'abortable': Optional for clean steps, absent for deploy steps. <Boolean>. 'argsinfo': Optional. A dictionary of {<arg_name>:<arg_info_dict>} entries. <arg_info_dict> is a dictionary with { 'description': <description>, 'required': <Boolean> } } For example:: { 'interface': deploy', 'step': 'upgrade_firmware', 'priority': 10, 'abortable': True, 'argsinfo': { 'force': { 'description': 'Whether to force the upgrade', 'required': False } } } :param step_type: either 'clean' or 'deploy'. :param error_prefix: String to use as a prefix for exception messages, or None. :param skip_missing: Whether to silently ignore unknown steps. :param disable_ramdisk: If `True`, only steps with requires_ramdisk=False are accepted. Only makes sense for manual cleaning at the moment. :raises: InvalidParameterValue if validation of steps fails. :raises: NodeCleaningFailure or InstanceDeployFailure if there was a problem getting the steps from the driver. :return: validated steps updated with information from the driver """ errors = [] # Convert driver steps to a dict. driver_steps = {step_id(s): s for s in driver_steps} result = [] for user_step in user_steps: if user_step.get('execute_on_child_nodes'): # NOTE(TheJulia): This input is validated on the API side # as we have the original API request context to leverage # for RBAC validation. continue if user_step.get('step') in ['power_on', 'power_off', 'reboot']: # NOTE(TheJulia): These are flow related steps the conductor # resolves internally. continue # Check if this user-specified step isn't supported by the driver try: driver_step = driver_steps[step_id(user_step)] except KeyError: if skip_missing: LOG.debug('%(type)s step %(step)s is not currently known for ' 'node %(node)s, delaying its validation until ' 'in-band steps are loaded', {'type': step_type.capitalize(), 'step': user_step, 'node': task.node.uuid}) else: error = (_('node does not support this %(type)s step: ' '%(step)s') % {'type': step_type, 'step': user_step}) errors.append(error) continue step_errors = _validate_user_step(task, user_step, driver_step, step_type, disable_ramdisk) errors.extend(step_errors) result.append(user_step) if step_type == 'deploy': # Deploy steps should be unique across all combined templates or passed # deploy_steps argument. dup_errors = _validate_deploy_steps_unique(result) errors.extend(dup_errors) if errors: err = error_prefix or '' err += '; '.join(errors) raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(err=err) return result def _validate_user_clean_steps(task, user_steps, disable_ramdisk=False): """Validate the user-specified clean steps. :param task: A TaskManager object :param user_steps: a list of clean steps. A clean step is a dictionary with required keys 'interface' and 'step', and optional key 'args':: { 'interface': <driver_interface>, 'step': <name_of_clean_step>, 'args': {<arg1>: <value1>, ..., <argn>: <valuen>} } For example:: { 'interface': 'deploy', 'step': 'upgrade_firmware', 'args': {'force': True} } :param disable_ramdisk: If `True`, only steps with requires_ramdisk=False are accepted. :raises: InvalidParameterValue if validation of clean steps fails. :raises: NodeCleaningFailure if there was a problem getting the clean steps from the driver. :return: validated clean steps update with information from the driver """ driver_steps = _get_cleaning_steps(task, enabled=False, sort=False) return _validate_user_steps(task, user_steps, driver_steps, 'clean', disable_ramdisk=disable_ramdisk) def _validate_user_deploy_steps(task, user_steps, error_prefix=None, skip_missing=False): """Validate the user-specified deploy steps. :param task: A TaskManager object :param user_steps: a list of deploy steps. A deploy step is a dictionary with required keys 'interface', 'step', 'args', and 'priority':: { 'interface': <driver_interface>, 'step': <name_of_deploy_step>, 'args': {<arg1>: <value1>, ..., <argn>: <valuen>}, 'priority': <priority_of_deploy_step> } For example:: { 'interface': 'bios', 'step': 'apply_configuration', 'args': { 'settings': [ { 'foo': 'bar' } ] }, 'priority': 150 } :param error_prefix: String to use as a prefix for exception messages, or None. :raises: InvalidParameterValue if validation of deploy steps fails. :raises: InstanceDeployFailure if there was a problem getting the deploy steps from the driver. :return: validated deploy steps update with information from the driver """ driver_steps = _get_deployment_steps(task, enabled=False, sort=False) return _validate_user_steps(task, user_steps, driver_steps, 'deploy', error_prefix=error_prefix, skip_missing=skip_missing) def _validate_user_service_steps(task, user_steps, disable_ramdisk=False): """Validate the user-specified service steps. :param task: A TaskManager object :param user_steps: a list of clean steps. A clean step is a dictionary with required keys 'interface' and 'step', and optional key 'args':: { 'interface': <driver_interface>, 'step': <name_of_clean_step>, 'args': {<arg1>: <value1>, ..., <argn>: <valuen>} } For example:: { 'interface': 'deploy', 'step': 'upgrade_firmware', 'args': {'force': True} } :param disable_ramdisk: If `True`, only steps with requires_ramdisk=False are accepted. :raises: InvalidParameterValue if validation of clean steps fails. :raises: NodeCleaningFailure if there was a problem getting the clean steps from the driver. :return: validated service steps update with information from the driver """ # We call with enabled = False below so we pickup auto-disabled # steps, since service steps are not automagic like cleaning can be. driver_steps = _get_service_steps(task, enabled=False, sort=False) return _validate_user_steps(task, user_steps, driver_steps, 'service', disable_ramdisk=disable_ramdisk) def _get_validated_user_deploy_steps(task, deploy_steps=None, skip_missing=False): """Validate the deploy steps for a node. :param task: A TaskManager object :param deploy_steps: Deploy steps to validate. Optional. If not provided then will check node's driver internal info. :param skip_missing: whether skip missing steps that are not yet available at the time of validation. :raises: InvalidParameterValue if deploy steps are unsupported by the node's driver interfaces. :raises: InstanceDeployFailure if there was a problem getting the deploy steps from the driver. """ if not deploy_steps: deploy_steps = task.node.driver_internal_info.get('user_deploy_steps') if deploy_steps: error_prefix = (_('Validation of deploy steps from "deploy steps" ' 'argument failed.')) return _validate_user_deploy_steps(task, deploy_steps, error_prefix=error_prefix, skip_missing=skip_missing) else: return []
[docs] def validate_user_deploy_steps_and_templates(task, deploy_steps=None, skip_missing=False): """Validate the user deploy steps and the deploy templates for a node. :param task: A TaskManager object :param deploy_steps: Deploy steps to validate. Optional. If not provided then will check node's driver internal info. :param skip_missing: whether skip missing steps that are not yet available at the time of validation. :raises: InvalidParameterValue if the instance has traits that map to deploy steps that are unsupported by the node's driver interfaces or user deploy steps are unsupported by the node's driver interfaces :raises: InstanceDeployFailure if there was a problem getting the deploy steps from the driver. """ # Gather deploy steps from matching deploy templates and validate them. _get_validated_steps_from_templates(task, skip_missing=skip_missing) # Validate steps from passed argument or stored on the node. _get_validated_user_deploy_steps(task, deploy_steps, skip_missing)
[docs] def use_reserved_step_handler(task, step): """Returns guidance for reserved step execution or process is used. This method is utilized to handle some specific cases with the execution of steps. For example, reserved step names, or reserved names which have specific meaning in the state machine. :param task: a TaskManager object. :param step: The requested step. """ step_name = step.get('step') step_args = step.get('args', {}) if step_name and step_name in RESERVED_STEP_HANDLER_MAPPING.keys(): call_to_use = RESERVED_STEP_HANDLER_MAPPING[step_name] method = call_to_use[0] parameter = call_to_use[1] method(task, parameter) return USED_HANDLER if step_name == 'hold': task.process_event('hold') return EXIT_STEPS # If we've reached this point, we're going to return None as # there is no work for us to do. This allows the caller to # take its normal path. if step_name == 'wait': # By default, we enter a wait state. task.process_event('wait') if 'seconds' in step_args: # If we have a seconds argument, just pause. rec_seconds = int(step_args['seconds']) if rec_seconds > CONF.conductor.max_conductor_wait_step_seconds: warning = ( _('A wait time exceeding the configured maximum ' 'has been requested. Holding for %s, got %s.') % (rec_seconds, CONF.conductor.max_conductor_wait_step_seconds) ) utils.node_history_record(task.node, event=warning, event_type=task.node.provision_state) LOG.warning(warning) rec_seconds = CONF.conductor.max_conductor_wait_step_seconds _sleep_wrapper(rec_seconds) # Explicitly resume. task.process_event('resume') # Return True, which closed out execution until the next heartbeat. return EXIT_STEPS
def _sleep_wrapper(seconds): """Wrapper for sleep to allow for unit testing.""" time.sleep(seconds)