Source code for ironic.db.sqlalchemy.api

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"""SQLAlchemy storage backend."""

import collections
import datetime
import json
import threading

from oslo_db import api as oslo_db_api
from oslo_db import exception as db_exc
from oslo_db.sqlalchemy import enginefacade
from oslo_db.sqlalchemy import utils as db_utils
from oslo_log import log
from oslo_utils import netutils
from oslo_utils import strutils
from oslo_utils import timeutils
from oslo_utils import uuidutils
from osprofiler import sqlalchemy as osp_sqlalchemy
import sqlalchemy as sa
from sqlalchemy.orm.exc import NoResultFound, MultipleResultsFound
from sqlalchemy.orm import joinedload
from sqlalchemy.orm import Load
from sqlalchemy.orm import selectinload
from sqlalchemy import sql

from ironic.common import exception
from ironic.common.i18n import _
from ironic.common import profiler
from ironic.common import release_mappings
from ironic.common import states
from ironic.common import utils
from ironic.conf import CONF
from ironic.db import api
from ironic.db.sqlalchemy import models


LOG = log.getLogger(__name__)


_CONTEXT = threading.local()

# NOTE(mgoddard): We limit the number of traits per node to 50 as this is the
# maximum number of traits per resource provider allowed in placement.
MAX_TRAITS_PER_NODE = 50


[docs]def get_backend(): """The backend is this module itself.""" return Connection()
def _session_for_read(): return _wrap_session(enginefacade.reader.using(_CONTEXT)) # Please add @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock decorator to all methods using # _session_for_write (as deadlocks happen on write), so that oslo_db is able # to retry in case of deadlocks. def _session_for_write(): return _wrap_session(enginefacade.writer.using(_CONTEXT)) def _wrap_session(session): if CONF.profiler.enabled and CONF.profiler.trace_sqlalchemy: session = osp_sqlalchemy.wrap_session(sa, session) return session def _get_node_query_with_all_for_single_node(): """Return a query object for the Node joined with all relevant fields. This method utilizes a joined load query which creates a result set where corresponding traits, and tags, are joined together in the result set. This is more efficent from a Queries Per Second standpoint with the backend database, as they are not separate distinct queries which are being executed by the client. The downside of this, is the relationship of tags and traits to nodes is that there may be multiple tags and traits for each node. Ultimately this style of query forces SQLAlchemy to de-duplicate the result set because the database returns the nodes portion of the result set for every trait, tag, or other table field the query is joined with. This looks like: node1, tag1, trait1 node1, tag1, trait2 node1, tag1, trait3 node1, tag2, trait1 Et cetra, to create: node1, [tag1, tag2], [trait1, trait 2, trait3] Where joins are super in-efficent for Ironic, is where nodes are being enumerated, as the above result set pattern is not just for one node, but potentially thousands of nodes. In that case, we should use the _get_node_query_with_all_for_list helper to return a more appropriate query object which will be more efficient for the end user. :returns: a query object. """ # NOTE(TheJulia): This *likely* ought to be selectinload, however # it is a very common hit pattern for Ironic to query just the node. # In those sorts of locations, the performance issues are less noticable # to end users. *IF/WHEN* we change it to be selectinload for nodes, # the resulting DB load will see a queries per second increase, which # we should be careful about. # NOTE(TheJulia): Basic benchmark difference # Test data creation: 67.202 seconds. # 2.43 seconds to obtain all nodes from SQLAlchemy (10k nodes) # 5.15 seconds to obtain all nodes *and* have node objects (10k nodes) return (model_query(models.Node) .options(joinedload('tags')) .options(joinedload('traits'))) def _get_node_query_with_all_for_list(): """Return a query object for the Node with queried extra fields. This method returns a query object joining tags and traits in a pattern where the result set is first built, and then the resulting associations are queried separately and the objects are reconciled by SQLAlchemy to build the composite objects based upon the associations. This results in the following query pattern when the query is executed: select $fields from nodes where x; # SQLAlchemy creates a list of associated node IDs. select $fields from tags where node_id in ('1', '3', '37268'); select $fields from traits where node_id in ('1', '3', '37268'); SQLAlchemy then returns a result set where the tags and traits are composited together efficently as opposed to having to deduplicate the result set. This shifts additional load to the database which was previously a high overhead operation with-in the conductor... which results in a slower conductor. :returns: a query object. """ # NOTE(TheJulia): When comparing CI rubs *with* this being the default # for all general list operations, at 10k nodes, this pattern appears # to be on-par with a 5% variability between the two example benchmark # tests. That being said, the test *does* not include tags or traits # in it's test data set so client side deduplication is not measured. # NOTE(TheJulia): Basic benchmark difference # tests data creation: 67.117 seconds # 2.32 seconds to obtain all nodes from SQLAlchemy (10k nodes) # 4.99 seconds to obtain all nodes *and* have node objects (10k nodes) # If this holds true, the required record deduplication with joinedload # may be basically the same amount of overhead as requesting the tags # and traits separately. return (model_query(models.Node) .options(selectinload('tags')) .options(selectinload('traits'))) def _get_deploy_template_query_with_steps(): """Return a query object for the DeployTemplate joined with steps. :returns: a query object. """ return model_query(models.DeployTemplate).options(joinedload('steps'))
[docs]def model_query(model, *args, **kwargs): """Query helper for simpler session usage. :param session: if present, the session to use """ with _session_for_read() as session: query = session.query(model, *args) return query
[docs]def add_identity_filter(query, value): """Adds an identity filter to a query. Filters results by ID, if supplied value is a valid integer. Otherwise attempts to filter results by UUID. :param query: Initial query to add filter to. :param value: Value for filtering results by. :return: Modified query. """ if strutils.is_int_like(value): return query.filter_by(id=value) elif uuidutils.is_uuid_like(value): return query.filter_by(uuid=value) else: raise exception.InvalidIdentity(identity=value)
[docs]def add_port_filter(query, value): """Adds a port-specific filter to a query. Filters results by address, if supplied value is a valid MAC address. Otherwise attempts to filter results by identity. :param query: Initial query to add filter to. :param value: Value for filtering results by. :return: Modified query. """ if netutils.is_valid_mac(value): return query.filter_by(address=value) else: return add_identity_filter(query, value)
[docs]def add_port_filter_by_node(query, value): if strutils.is_int_like(value): return query.filter_by(node_id=value) else: query = query.join(models.Node, models.Port.node_id == models.Node.id) return query.filter(models.Node.uuid == value)
[docs]def add_port_filter_by_node_owner(query, value): query = query.join(models.Node, models.Port.node_id == models.Node.id) return query.filter(models.Node.owner == value)
[docs]def add_port_filter_by_node_project(query, value): query = query.join(models.Node, models.Port.node_id == models.Node.id) return query.filter((models.Node.owner == value) | (models.Node.lessee == value))
[docs]def add_portgroup_filter_by_node_project(query, value): query = query.join(models.Node, models.Portgroup.node_id == models.Node.id) return query.filter((models.Node.owner == value) | (models.Node.lessee == value))
[docs]def add_volume_conn_filter_by_node_project(query, value): query = query.join(models.Node, models.VolumeConnector.node_id == models.Node.id) return query.filter((models.Node.owner == value) | (models.Node.lessee == value))
[docs]def add_volume_target_filter_by_node_project(query, value): query = query.join(models.Node, models.VolumeTarget.node_id == models.Node.id) return query.filter((models.Node.owner == value) | (models.Node.lessee == value))
[docs]def add_portgroup_filter(query, value): """Adds a portgroup-specific filter to a query. Filters results by address, if supplied value is a valid MAC address. Otherwise attempts to filter results by identity. :param query: Initial query to add filter to. :param value: Value for filtering results by. :return: Modified query. """ if netutils.is_valid_mac(value): return query.filter_by(address=value) else: return add_identity_filter(query, value)
[docs]def add_portgroup_filter_by_node(query, value): if strutils.is_int_like(value): return query.filter_by(node_id=value) else: query = query.join(models.Node, models.Portgroup.node_id == models.Node.id) return query.filter(models.Node.uuid == value)
[docs]def add_port_filter_by_portgroup(query, value): if strutils.is_int_like(value): return query.filter_by(portgroup_id=value) else: query = query.join(models.Portgroup, models.Port.portgroup_id == models.Portgroup.id) return query.filter(models.Portgroup.uuid == value)
[docs]def add_node_filter_by_chassis(query, value): if strutils.is_int_like(value): return query.filter_by(chassis_id=value) else: query = query.join(models.Chassis, models.Node.chassis_id == models.Chassis.id) return query.filter(models.Chassis.uuid == value)
[docs]def add_allocation_filter_by_node(query, value): if strutils.is_int_like(value): return query.filter_by(node_id=value) else: query = query.join(models.Node, models.Allocation.node_id == models.Node.id) return query.filter(models.Node.uuid == value)
[docs]def add_allocation_filter_by_conductor(query, value): if strutils.is_int_like(value): return query.filter_by(conductor_affinity=value) else: # Assume hostname and join with the conductor table query = query.join( models.Conductor, models.Allocation.conductor_affinity == models.Conductor.id) return query.filter(models.Conductor.hostname == value)
def _paginate_query(model, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None, query=None): if not query: query = model_query(model) sort_keys = ['id'] if sort_key and sort_key not in sort_keys: sort_keys.insert(0, sort_key) try: query = db_utils.paginate_query(query, model, limit, sort_keys, marker=marker, sort_dir=sort_dir) except db_exc.InvalidSortKey: raise exception.InvalidParameterValue( _('The sort_key value "%(key)s" is an invalid field for sorting') % {'key': sort_key}) return query.all() def _filter_active_conductors(query, interval=None): if interval is None: interval = CONF.conductor.heartbeat_timeout limit = timeutils.utcnow() - datetime.timedelta(seconds=interval) query = (query.filter(models.Conductor.online.is_(True)) .filter(models.Conductor.updated_at >= limit)) return query def _zip_matching(a, b, key): """Zip two unsorted lists, yielding matching items or None. Each zipped item is a tuple taking one of three forms: (a[i], b[j]) if a[i] and b[j] are equal. (a[i], None) if a[i] is less than b[j] or b is empty. (None, b[j]) if a[i] is greater than b[j] or a is empty. Note that the returned list may be longer than either of the two lists. Adapted from https://stackoverflow.com/a/11426702. :param a: the first list. :param b: the second list. :param key: a function that generates a key used to compare items. """ a = collections.deque(sorted(a, key=key)) b = collections.deque(sorted(b, key=key)) while a and b: k_a = key(a[0]) k_b = key(b[0]) if k_a == k_b: yield a.popleft(), b.popleft() elif k_a < k_b: yield a.popleft(), None else: yield None, b.popleft() # Consume any remaining items in each deque. for i in a: yield i, None for i in b: yield None, i
[docs]@profiler.trace_cls("db_api") class Connection(api.Connection): """SqlAlchemy connection.""" # NOTE(dtantsur): don't forget to update the get_nodeinfo_list docstring # in ironic/db/api.py when adding new filters! _NODE_QUERY_FIELDS = {'console_enabled', 'maintenance', 'retired', 'driver', 'resource_class', 'provision_state', 'uuid', 'id', 'fault', 'conductor_group', 'owner', 'lessee', 'instance_uuid'} _NODE_IN_QUERY_FIELDS = {'%s_in' % field: field for field in ('uuid', 'provision_state')} _NODE_NON_NULL_FILTERS = {'associated': 'instance_uuid', 'reserved': 'reservation', 'with_power_state': 'power_state'} _NODE_FILTERS = ({'chassis_uuid', 'reserved_by_any_of', 'provisioned_before', 'inspection_started_before', 'description_contains', 'project'} | _NODE_QUERY_FIELDS | set(_NODE_IN_QUERY_FIELDS) | set(_NODE_NON_NULL_FILTERS)) def __init__(self): pass def _validate_nodes_filters(self, filters): if filters is None: filters = dict() unsupported_filters = set(filters).difference(self._NODE_FILTERS) if unsupported_filters: msg = _("SqlAlchemy API does not support " "filtering by %s") % ', '.join(unsupported_filters) raise ValueError(msg) return filters def _add_nodes_filters(self, query, filters): filters = self._validate_nodes_filters(filters) for field in self._NODE_QUERY_FIELDS: if field in filters: query = query.filter_by(**{field: filters[field]}) for key, field in self._NODE_IN_QUERY_FIELDS.items(): if key in filters: query = query.filter( getattr(models.Node, field).in_(filters[key])) for key, field in self._NODE_NON_NULL_FILTERS.items(): if key in filters: column = getattr(models.Node, field) if filters[key]: query = query.filter(column != sql.null()) else: query = query.filter(column == sql.null()) if 'chassis_uuid' in filters: # get_chassis_by_uuid() to raise an exception if the chassis # is not found chassis_obj = self.get_chassis_by_uuid(filters['chassis_uuid']) query = query.filter_by(chassis_id=chassis_obj.id) if 'reserved_by_any_of' in filters: query = query.filter(models.Node.reservation.in_( filters['reserved_by_any_of'])) if 'provisioned_before' in filters: limit = (timeutils.utcnow() - datetime.timedelta( seconds=filters['provisioned_before'])) query = query.filter(models.Node.provision_updated_at < limit) if 'inspection_started_before' in filters: limit = ((timeutils.utcnow()) - (datetime.timedelta( seconds=filters['inspection_started_before']))) query = query.filter(models.Node.inspection_started_at < limit) if 'description_contains' in filters: keyword = filters['description_contains'] if keyword is not None: query = query.filter( models.Node.description.like(r'%{}%'.format(keyword))) if 'project' in filters: project = filters['project'] query = query.filter((models.Node.owner == project) | (models.Node.lessee == project)) return query def _add_allocations_filters(self, query, filters): if filters is None: filters = dict() supported_filters = {'state', 'resource_class', 'node_uuid', 'conductor_affinity', 'owner'} unsupported_filters = set(filters).difference(supported_filters) if unsupported_filters: msg = _("SqlAlchemy API does not support " "filtering by %s") % ', '.join(unsupported_filters) raise ValueError(msg) try: node_uuid = filters.pop('node_uuid') except KeyError: pass else: query = add_allocation_filter_by_node(query, node_uuid) try: conductor = filters.pop('conductor_affinity') except KeyError: pass else: query = add_allocation_filter_by_conductor(query, conductor) if filters: query = query.filter_by(**filters) return query
[docs] def get_nodeinfo_list(self, columns=None, filters=None, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None): # list-ify columns default values because it is bad form # to include a mutable list in function definitions. if columns is None: columns = [models.Node.id] else: columns = [getattr(models.Node, c) for c in columns] query = model_query(*columns, base_model=models.Node) query = self._add_nodes_filters(query, filters) return _paginate_query(models.Node, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] def get_node_list(self, filters=None, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None, fields=None): if not fields: query = _get_node_query_with_all_for_list() query = self._add_nodes_filters(query, filters) return _paginate_query(models.Node, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query) else: # Shunt to the proper method to return the limited list. return self.get_node_list_columns(columns=fields, filters=filters, limit=limit, marker=marker, sort_key=sort_key, sort_dir=sort_dir)
[docs] def get_node_list_columns(self, columns=None, filters=None, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None): """Get a node list with specific fields/columns. :param columns: A list of columns to retrieve from the database and populate into the object. :param filters: The requested database field filters in the form of a dictionary with the applicable key, and filter value. :param limit: Limit the number of returned nodes, default None. :param marker: Starting marker to generate a paginated result set for the consumer. :param sort_key: Sort key to apply to the result set. :param sort_dir: Sort direction to apply to the result set. :returns: A list of Node objects based on the data model from a SQLAlchemy result set, which the object layer can use to convert the node into an Node object list. """ traits_found = False use_columns = columns[:] if 'traits' in columns: # Traits is synthetic in the data model and not a direct # table column. As such, a different query pattern is used # with SQLAlchemy. traits_found = True use_columns.remove('traits') # Generate the column object list so SQLAlchemy only fulfills # the requested columns. use_columns = [getattr(models.Node, c) for c in use_columns] # In essence, traits (and anything else needed to generate the # composite objects) need to be reconciled without using a join # as multiple rows can be generated in the result set being returned # from the database server. In this case, with traits, we use # a selectinload pattern. if traits_found: query = model_query(models.Node).options( Load(models.Node).load_only(*use_columns), selectinload(models.Node.traits)) else: query = model_query(models.Node).options( Load(models.Node).load_only(*use_columns)) query = self._add_nodes_filters(query, filters) return _paginate_query(models.Node, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] def check_node_list(self, idents, project=None): mapping = {} if idents: idents = set(idents) else: return mapping uuids = {i for i in idents if uuidutils.is_uuid_like(i)} names = {i for i in idents if not uuidutils.is_uuid_like(i) and utils.is_valid_logical_name(i)} missing = idents - set(uuids) - set(names) if missing: # Such nodes cannot exist, bailing out early raise exception.NodeNotFound( _("Nodes cannot be found: %s") % ', '.join(missing)) query = model_query(models.Node.uuid, models.Node.name).filter( sql.or_(models.Node.uuid.in_(uuids), models.Node.name.in_(names)) ) if project: query = query.filter((models.Node.owner == project) | (models.Node.lessee == project)) for row in query: if row[0] in idents: mapping[row[0]] = row[0] if row[1] and row[1] in idents: mapping[row[1]] = row[0] missing = idents - set(mapping) if missing: raise exception.NodeNotFound( _("Nodes cannot be found: %s") % ', '.join(missing)) return mapping
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def reserve_node(self, tag, node_id): with _session_for_write(): query = _get_node_query_with_all_for_single_node() query = add_identity_filter(query, node_id) count = query.filter_by(reservation=None).update( {'reservation': tag}, synchronize_session=False) try: node = query.one() if count != 1: # Nothing updated and node exists. Must already be # locked. raise exception.NodeLocked(node=node.uuid, host=node['reservation']) return node except NoResultFound: raise exception.NodeNotFound(node=node_id)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def release_node(self, tag, node_id): with _session_for_write(): query = model_query(models.Node) query = add_identity_filter(query, node_id) # be optimistic and assume we usually release a reservation count = query.filter_by(reservation=tag).update( {'reservation': None}, synchronize_session=False) try: if count != 1: node = query.one() if node['reservation'] is None: raise exception.NodeNotLocked(node=node.uuid) else: raise exception.NodeLocked(node=node.uuid, host=node['reservation']) except NoResultFound: raise exception.NodeNotFound(node=node_id)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def create_node(self, values): # ensure defaults are present for new nodes if 'uuid' not in values: values['uuid'] = uuidutils.generate_uuid() if 'power_state' not in values: values['power_state'] = states.NOSTATE if 'provision_state' not in values: values['provision_state'] = states.ENROLL # TODO(zhenguo): Support creating node with tags if 'tags' in values: msg = _("Cannot create node with tags.") raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(err=msg) # TODO(mgoddard): Support creating node with traits if 'traits' in values: msg = _("Cannot create node with traits.") raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(err=msg) node = models.Node() node.update(values) with _session_for_write() as session: try: session.add(node) session.flush() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry as exc: if 'name' in exc.columns: raise exception.DuplicateName(name=values['name']) elif 'instance_uuid' in exc.columns: raise exception.InstanceAssociated( instance_uuid=values['instance_uuid'], node=values['uuid']) raise exception.NodeAlreadyExists(uuid=values['uuid']) # Set tags & traits to [] for new created node # NOTE(mgoddard): We need to set the tags and traits fields in the # session context, otherwise SQLAlchemy will try and fail to lazy # load the attributes, resulting in an exception being raised. node['tags'] = [] node['traits'] = [] return node
[docs] def get_node_by_id(self, node_id): query = _get_node_query_with_all_for_single_node() query = query.filter_by(id=node_id) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.NodeNotFound(node=node_id)
[docs] def get_node_by_uuid(self, node_uuid): query = _get_node_query_with_all_for_single_node() query = query.filter_by(uuid=node_uuid) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.NodeNotFound(node=node_uuid)
[docs] def get_node_by_name(self, node_name): query = _get_node_query_with_all_for_single_node() query = query.filter_by(name=node_name) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.NodeNotFound(node=node_name)
[docs] def get_node_by_instance(self, instance): if not uuidutils.is_uuid_like(instance): raise exception.InvalidUUID(uuid=instance) query = _get_node_query_with_all_for_single_node() query = query.filter_by(instance_uuid=instance) try: result = query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.InstanceNotFound(instance=instance) return result
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def destroy_node(self, node_id): with _session_for_write() as session: query = model_query(models.Node) query = add_identity_filter(query, node_id) try: node_ref = query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.NodeNotFound(node=node_id) # Orphan allocation, if any. On the API level this is only allowed # with maintenance on. node_ref.allocation_id = None node_ref.save(session) # Get node ID, if an UUID was supplied. The ID is # required for deleting all ports, attached to the node. if uuidutils.is_uuid_like(node_id): node_id = node_ref['id'] port_query = model_query(models.Port) port_query = add_port_filter_by_node(port_query, node_id) port_query.delete() portgroup_query = model_query(models.Portgroup) portgroup_query = add_portgroup_filter_by_node(portgroup_query, node_id) portgroup_query.delete() # Delete all tags attached to the node tag_query = model_query(models.NodeTag).filter_by(node_id=node_id) tag_query.delete() # Delete all traits attached to the node trait_query = model_query( models.NodeTrait).filter_by(node_id=node_id) trait_query.delete() volume_connector_query = model_query( models.VolumeConnector).filter_by(node_id=node_id) volume_connector_query.delete() volume_target_query = model_query( models.VolumeTarget).filter_by(node_id=node_id) volume_target_query.delete() # delete all bios attached to the node bios_settings_query = model_query( models.BIOSSetting).filter_by(node_id=node_id) bios_settings_query.delete() # delete all allocations for this node allocation_query = model_query( models.Allocation).filter_by(node_id=node_id) allocation_query.delete() # delete all history for this node history_query = model_query( models.NodeHistory).filter_by(node_id=node_id) history_query.delete() query.delete()
[docs] def update_node(self, node_id, values): # NOTE(dtantsur): this can lead to very strange errors if 'uuid' in values: msg = _("Cannot overwrite UUID for an existing Node.") raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(err=msg) try: return self._do_update_node(node_id, values) except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry as e: if 'name' in e.columns: raise exception.DuplicateName(name=values['name']) elif 'uuid' in e.columns: raise exception.NodeAlreadyExists(uuid=values['uuid']) elif 'instance_uuid' in e.columns: raise exception.InstanceAssociated( instance_uuid=values['instance_uuid'], node=node_id) else: raise
@oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def _do_update_node(self, node_id, values): with _session_for_write(): # NOTE(mgoddard): Don't issue a joined query for the update as this # does not work with PostgreSQL. query = model_query(models.Node) query = add_identity_filter(query, node_id) try: ref = query.with_for_update().one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.NodeNotFound(node=node_id) if 'provision_state' in values: values['provision_updated_at'] = timeutils.utcnow() if values['provision_state'] == states.INSPECTING: values['inspection_started_at'] = timeutils.utcnow() values['inspection_finished_at'] = None elif (ref.provision_state == states.INSPECTING and values['provision_state'] == states.MANAGEABLE): values['inspection_finished_at'] = timeutils.utcnow() values['inspection_started_at'] = None elif (ref.provision_state == states.INSPECTING and values['provision_state'] == states.INSPECTFAIL): values['inspection_started_at'] = None ref.update(values) # Return the updated node model joined with all relevant fields. query = _get_node_query_with_all_for_single_node() query = add_identity_filter(query, node_id) return query.one()
[docs] def get_port_by_id(self, port_id): query = model_query(models.Port).filter_by(id=port_id) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.PortNotFound(port=port_id)
[docs] def get_port_by_uuid(self, port_uuid): query = model_query(models.Port).filter_by(uuid=port_uuid) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.PortNotFound(port=port_uuid)
[docs] def get_port_by_address(self, address, owner=None, project=None): query = model_query(models.Port).filter_by(address=address) if owner: query = add_port_filter_by_node_owner(query, owner) elif project: query = add_port_filter_by_node_project(query, project) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.PortNotFound(port=address)
[docs] def get_port_by_name(self, port_name): query = model_query(models.Port).filter_by(name=port_name) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.PortNotFound(port=port_name)
[docs] def get_port_list(self, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None, owner=None, project=None): query = model_query(models.Port) if owner: query = add_port_filter_by_node_owner(query, owner) elif project: query = add_port_filter_by_node_project(query, project) return _paginate_query(models.Port, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] def get_ports_by_node_id(self, node_id, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None, owner=None, project=None): query = model_query(models.Port) query = query.filter_by(node_id=node_id) if owner: query = add_port_filter_by_node_owner(query, owner) elif project: query = add_port_filter_by_node_project(query, project) return _paginate_query(models.Port, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] def get_ports_by_portgroup_id(self, portgroup_id, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None, owner=None, project=None): query = model_query(models.Port) query = query.filter_by(portgroup_id=portgroup_id) if owner: query = add_port_filter_by_node_owner(query, owner) elif project: query = add_port_filter_by_node_project(query, project) return _paginate_query(models.Port, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def create_port(self, values): if not values.get('uuid'): values['uuid'] = uuidutils.generate_uuid() port = models.Port() port.update(values) with _session_for_write() as session: try: session.add(port) session.flush() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry as exc: if 'address' in exc.columns: raise exception.MACAlreadyExists(mac=values['address']) raise exception.PortAlreadyExists(uuid=values['uuid']) return port
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def update_port(self, port_id, values): # NOTE(dtantsur): this can lead to very strange errors if 'uuid' in values: msg = _("Cannot overwrite UUID for an existing Port.") raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(err=msg) try: with _session_for_write() as session: query = model_query(models.Port) query = add_port_filter(query, port_id) ref = query.one() ref.update(values) session.flush() except NoResultFound: raise exception.PortNotFound(port=port_id) except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry as exc: if 'name' in exc.columns: raise exception.PortDuplicateName(name=values['name']) else: raise exception.MACAlreadyExists(mac=values['address']) return ref
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def destroy_port(self, port_id): with _session_for_write(): query = model_query(models.Port) query = add_port_filter(query, port_id) count = query.delete() if count == 0: raise exception.PortNotFound(port=port_id)
[docs] def get_portgroup_by_id(self, portgroup_id, project=None): query = model_query(models.Portgroup).filter_by(id=portgroup_id) if project: query = add_portgroup_filter_by_node_project(query, project) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.PortgroupNotFound(portgroup=portgroup_id)
[docs] def get_portgroup_by_uuid(self, portgroup_uuid): query = model_query(models.Portgroup).filter_by(uuid=portgroup_uuid) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.PortgroupNotFound(portgroup=portgroup_uuid)
[docs] def get_portgroup_by_address(self, address, project=None): query = model_query(models.Portgroup).filter_by(address=address) if project: query = add_portgroup_filter_by_node_project(query, project) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.PortgroupNotFound(portgroup=address)
[docs] def get_portgroup_by_name(self, name): query = model_query(models.Portgroup).filter_by(name=name) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.PortgroupNotFound(portgroup=name)
[docs] def get_portgroup_list(self, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None, project=None): query = model_query(models.Portgroup) if project: query = add_portgroup_filter_by_node_project(query, project) return _paginate_query(models.Portgroup, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] def get_portgroups_by_node_id(self, node_id, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None, project=None): query = model_query(models.Portgroup) query = query.filter_by(node_id=node_id) if project: query = add_portgroup_filter_by_node_project(query, project) return _paginate_query(models.Portgroup, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def create_portgroup(self, values): if not values.get('uuid'): values['uuid'] = uuidutils.generate_uuid() if not values.get('mode'): values['mode'] = CONF.default_portgroup_mode portgroup = models.Portgroup() portgroup.update(values) with _session_for_write() as session: try: session.add(portgroup) session.flush() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry as exc: if 'name' in exc.columns: raise exception.PortgroupDuplicateName(name=values['name']) elif 'address' in exc.columns: raise exception.PortgroupMACAlreadyExists( mac=values['address']) raise exception.PortgroupAlreadyExists(uuid=values['uuid']) return portgroup
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def update_portgroup(self, portgroup_id, values): if 'uuid' in values: msg = _("Cannot overwrite UUID for an existing portgroup.") raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(err=msg) with _session_for_write() as session: try: query = model_query(models.Portgroup) query = add_portgroup_filter(query, portgroup_id) ref = query.one() ref.update(values) session.flush() except NoResultFound: raise exception.PortgroupNotFound(portgroup=portgroup_id) except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry as exc: if 'name' in exc.columns: raise exception.PortgroupDuplicateName(name=values['name']) elif 'address' in exc.columns: raise exception.PortgroupMACAlreadyExists( mac=values['address']) else: raise return ref
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def destroy_portgroup(self, portgroup_id): def portgroup_not_empty(session): """Checks whether the portgroup does not have ports.""" query = model_query(models.Port) query = add_port_filter_by_portgroup(query, portgroup_id) return query.count() != 0 with _session_for_write() as session: if portgroup_not_empty(session): raise exception.PortgroupNotEmpty(portgroup=portgroup_id) query = model_query(models.Portgroup, session=session) query = add_identity_filter(query, portgroup_id) count = query.delete() if count == 0: raise exception.PortgroupNotFound(portgroup=portgroup_id)
[docs] def get_chassis_by_id(self, chassis_id): query = model_query(models.Chassis).filter_by(id=chassis_id) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.ChassisNotFound(chassis=chassis_id)
[docs] def get_chassis_by_uuid(self, chassis_uuid): query = model_query(models.Chassis).filter_by(uuid=chassis_uuid) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.ChassisNotFound(chassis=chassis_uuid)
[docs] def get_chassis_list(self, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None): return _paginate_query(models.Chassis, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def create_chassis(self, values): if not values.get('uuid'): values['uuid'] = uuidutils.generate_uuid() chassis = models.Chassis() chassis.update(values) with _session_for_write() as session: try: session.add(chassis) session.flush() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry: raise exception.ChassisAlreadyExists(uuid=values['uuid']) return chassis
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def update_chassis(self, chassis_id, values): # NOTE(dtantsur): this can lead to very strange errors if 'uuid' in values: msg = _("Cannot overwrite UUID for an existing Chassis.") raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(err=msg) with _session_for_write(): query = model_query(models.Chassis) query = add_identity_filter(query, chassis_id) count = query.update(values) if count != 1: raise exception.ChassisNotFound(chassis=chassis_id) ref = query.one() return ref
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def destroy_chassis(self, chassis_id): def chassis_not_empty(): """Checks whether the chassis does not have nodes.""" query = model_query(models.Node) query = add_node_filter_by_chassis(query, chassis_id) return query.count() != 0 with _session_for_write(): if chassis_not_empty(): raise exception.ChassisNotEmpty(chassis=chassis_id) query = model_query(models.Chassis) query = add_identity_filter(query, chassis_id) count = query.delete() if count != 1: raise exception.ChassisNotFound(chassis=chassis_id)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def register_conductor(self, values, update_existing=False): with _session_for_write() as session: query = (model_query(models.Conductor) .filter_by(hostname=values['hostname'])) try: ref = query.one() if ref.online is True and not update_existing: raise exception.ConductorAlreadyRegistered( conductor=values['hostname']) except NoResultFound: ref = models.Conductor() session.add(ref) ref.update(values) # always set online and updated_at fields when registering # a conductor, especially when updating an existing one ref.update({'updated_at': timeutils.utcnow(), 'online': True}) return ref
[docs] def get_conductor_list(self, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None): return _paginate_query(models.Conductor, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir)
[docs] def get_conductor(self, hostname, online=True): try: query = model_query(models.Conductor).filter_by(hostname=hostname) if online is not None: query = query.filter_by(online=online) return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.ConductorNotFound(conductor=hostname)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def unregister_conductor(self, hostname): with _session_for_write(): query = (model_query(models.Conductor) .filter_by(hostname=hostname, online=True)) count = query.update({'online': False}) if count == 0: raise exception.ConductorNotFound(conductor=hostname)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def touch_conductor(self, hostname): with _session_for_write(): query = (model_query(models.Conductor) .filter_by(hostname=hostname)) # since we're not changing any other field, manually set updated_at # and since we're heartbeating, make sure that online=True count = query.update({'updated_at': timeutils.utcnow(), 'online': True}) if count == 0: raise exception.ConductorNotFound(conductor=hostname)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def clear_node_reservations_for_conductor(self, hostname): nodes = [] with _session_for_write(): query = (model_query(models.Node) .filter(models.Node.reservation.ilike(hostname))) nodes = [node['uuid'] for node in query] query.update({'reservation': None}, synchronize_session=False) if nodes: nodes = ', '.join(nodes) LOG.warning( 'Cleared reservations held by %(hostname)s: ' '%(nodes)s', {'hostname': hostname, 'nodes': nodes})
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def clear_node_target_power_state(self, hostname): nodes = [] with _session_for_write(): query = (model_query(models.Node) .filter(models.Node.reservation.ilike(hostname))) query = query.filter(models.Node.target_power_state != sql.null()) nodes = [node['uuid'] for node in query] query.update({'target_power_state': None, 'last_error': _("Pending power operation was " "aborted due to conductor " "restart")}, synchronize_session=False) if nodes: nodes = ', '.join(nodes) LOG.warning( 'Cleared target_power_state of the locked nodes in ' 'powering process, their power state can be incorrect: ' '%(nodes)s', {'nodes': nodes})
[docs] def get_active_hardware_type_dict(self, use_groups=False): query = (model_query(models.ConductorHardwareInterfaces, models.Conductor) .join(models.Conductor)) result = _filter_active_conductors(query) d2c = collections.defaultdict(set) for iface_row, cdr_row in result: hw_type = iface_row['hardware_type'] if use_groups: key = '%s:%s' % (cdr_row['conductor_group'], hw_type) else: key = hw_type d2c[key].add(cdr_row['hostname']) return d2c
[docs] def get_offline_conductors(self, field='hostname'): field = getattr(models.Conductor, field) interval = CONF.conductor.heartbeat_timeout limit = timeutils.utcnow() - datetime.timedelta(seconds=interval) result = (model_query(field) .filter(models.Conductor.updated_at < limit)) return [row[0] for row in result]
[docs] def get_online_conductors(self): query = model_query(models.Conductor.hostname) query = _filter_active_conductors(query) return [row[0] for row in query]
[docs] def list_conductor_hardware_interfaces(self, conductor_id): query = (model_query(models.ConductorHardwareInterfaces) .filter_by(conductor_id=conductor_id)) return query.all()
[docs] def list_hardware_type_interfaces(self, hardware_types): query = (model_query(models.ConductorHardwareInterfaces) .filter(models.ConductorHardwareInterfaces.hardware_type .in_(hardware_types))) query = _filter_active_conductors(query) return query.all()
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def register_conductor_hardware_interfaces(self, conductor_id, interfaces): with _session_for_write() as session: try: for iface in interfaces: conductor_hw_iface = models.ConductorHardwareInterfaces() conductor_hw_iface['conductor_id'] = conductor_id for k, v in iface.items(): conductor_hw_iface[k] = v session.add(conductor_hw_iface) session.flush() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry as e: r = exception.ConductorHardwareInterfacesAlreadyRegistered( row=str(e.inner_exception.params)) raise r
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def unregister_conductor_hardware_interfaces(self, conductor_id): with _session_for_write(): query = (model_query(models.ConductorHardwareInterfaces) .filter_by(conductor_id=conductor_id)) query.delete()
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def touch_node_provisioning(self, node_id): with _session_for_write(): query = model_query(models.Node) query = add_identity_filter(query, node_id) count = query.update({'provision_updated_at': timeutils.utcnow()}) if count == 0: raise exception.NodeNotFound(node=node_id)
def _check_node_exists(self, node_id): if not model_query(models.Node).filter_by(id=node_id).scalar(): raise exception.NodeNotFound(node=node_id)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def set_node_tags(self, node_id, tags): # remove duplicate tags tags = set(tags) with _session_for_write() as session: self.unset_node_tags(node_id) node_tags = [] for tag in tags: node_tag = models.NodeTag(tag=tag, node_id=node_id) session.add(node_tag) node_tags.append(node_tag) return node_tags
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def unset_node_tags(self, node_id): self._check_node_exists(node_id) with _session_for_write(): model_query(models.NodeTag).filter_by(node_id=node_id).delete()
[docs] def get_node_tags_by_node_id(self, node_id): self._check_node_exists(node_id) result = (model_query(models.NodeTag) .filter_by(node_id=node_id) .all()) return result
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def add_node_tag(self, node_id, tag): node_tag = models.NodeTag(tag=tag, node_id=node_id) self._check_node_exists(node_id) try: with _session_for_write() as session: session.add(node_tag) session.flush() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry: # NOTE(zhenguo): ignore tags duplicates pass return node_tag
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def delete_node_tag(self, node_id, tag): self._check_node_exists(node_id) with _session_for_write(): result = model_query(models.NodeTag).filter_by( node_id=node_id, tag=tag).delete() if not result: raise exception.NodeTagNotFound(node_id=node_id, tag=tag)
[docs] def node_tag_exists(self, node_id, tag): self._check_node_exists(node_id) q = model_query(models.NodeTag).filter_by(node_id=node_id, tag=tag) return model_query(q.exists()).scalar()
[docs] def get_node_by_port_addresses(self, addresses): q = _get_node_query_with_all_for_single_node() q = q.distinct().join(models.Port) q = q.filter(models.Port.address.in_(addresses)) try: return q.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.NodeNotFound( _('Node with port addresses %s was not found') % addresses) except MultipleResultsFound: raise exception.NodeNotFound( _('Multiple nodes with port addresses %s were found') % addresses)
[docs] def get_volume_connector_list(self, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None, project=None): query = model_query(models.VolumeConnector) if project: query = add_volume_conn_filter_by_node_project(query, project) return _paginate_query(models.VolumeConnector, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] def get_volume_connector_by_id(self, db_id): query = model_query(models.VolumeConnector).filter_by(id=db_id) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.VolumeConnectorNotFound(connector=db_id)
[docs] def get_volume_connector_by_uuid(self, connector_uuid): query = model_query(models.VolumeConnector).filter_by( uuid=connector_uuid) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.VolumeConnectorNotFound(connector=connector_uuid)
[docs] def get_volume_connectors_by_node_id(self, node_id, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None, project=None): query = model_query(models.VolumeConnector).filter_by(node_id=node_id) if project: add_volume_conn_filter_by_node_project(query, project) return _paginate_query(models.VolumeConnector, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def create_volume_connector(self, connector_info): if 'uuid' not in connector_info: connector_info['uuid'] = uuidutils.generate_uuid() connector = models.VolumeConnector() connector.update(connector_info) with _session_for_write() as session: try: session.add(connector) session.flush() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry as exc: if 'type' in exc.columns: raise exception.VolumeConnectorTypeAndIdAlreadyExists( type=connector_info['type'], connector_id=connector_info['connector_id']) raise exception.VolumeConnectorAlreadyExists( uuid=connector_info['uuid']) return connector
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def update_volume_connector(self, ident, connector_info): if 'uuid' in connector_info: msg = _("Cannot overwrite UUID for an existing Volume Connector.") raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(err=msg) try: with _session_for_write() as session: query = model_query(models.VolumeConnector) query = add_identity_filter(query, ident) ref = query.one() orig_type = ref['type'] orig_connector_id = ref['connector_id'] ref.update(connector_info) session.flush() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry: raise exception.VolumeConnectorTypeAndIdAlreadyExists( type=connector_info.get('type', orig_type), connector_id=connector_info.get('connector_id', orig_connector_id)) except NoResultFound: raise exception.VolumeConnectorNotFound(connector=ident) return ref
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def destroy_volume_connector(self, ident): with _session_for_write(): query = model_query(models.VolumeConnector) query = add_identity_filter(query, ident) count = query.delete() if count == 0: raise exception.VolumeConnectorNotFound(connector=ident)
[docs] def get_volume_target_list(self, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None, project=None): query = model_query(models.VolumeTarget) if project: query = add_volume_target_filter_by_node_project(query, project) return _paginate_query(models.VolumeTarget, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] def get_volume_target_by_id(self, db_id): query = model_query(models.VolumeTarget).filter_by(id=db_id) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.VolumeTargetNotFound(target=db_id)
[docs] def get_volume_target_by_uuid(self, uuid): query = model_query(models.VolumeTarget).filter_by(uuid=uuid) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.VolumeTargetNotFound(target=uuid)
[docs] def get_volume_targets_by_node_id(self, node_id, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None, project=None): query = model_query(models.VolumeTarget).filter_by(node_id=node_id) if project: add_volume_target_filter_by_node_project(query, project) return _paginate_query(models.VolumeTarget, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] def get_volume_targets_by_volume_id(self, volume_id, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None, project=None): query = model_query(models.VolumeTarget).filter_by(volume_id=volume_id) if project: query = add_volume_target_filter_by_node_project(query, project) return _paginate_query(models.VolumeTarget, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def create_volume_target(self, target_info): if 'uuid' not in target_info: target_info['uuid'] = uuidutils.generate_uuid() target = models.VolumeTarget() target.update(target_info) with _session_for_write() as session: try: session.add(target) session.flush() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry as exc: if 'boot_index' in exc.columns: raise exception.VolumeTargetBootIndexAlreadyExists( boot_index=target_info['boot_index']) raise exception.VolumeTargetAlreadyExists( uuid=target_info['uuid']) return target
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def update_volume_target(self, ident, target_info): if 'uuid' in target_info: msg = _("Cannot overwrite UUID for an existing Volume Target.") raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(err=msg) try: with _session_for_write() as session: query = model_query(models.VolumeTarget) query = add_identity_filter(query, ident) ref = query.one() orig_boot_index = ref['boot_index'] ref.update(target_info) session.flush() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry: raise exception.VolumeTargetBootIndexAlreadyExists( boot_index=target_info.get('boot_index', orig_boot_index)) except NoResultFound: raise exception.VolumeTargetNotFound(target=ident) return ref
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def destroy_volume_target(self, ident): with _session_for_write(): query = model_query(models.VolumeTarget) query = add_identity_filter(query, ident) count = query.delete() if count == 0: raise exception.VolumeTargetNotFound(target=ident)
[docs] def get_not_versions(self, model_name, versions): """Returns objects with versions that are not the specified versions. This returns objects with versions that are not the specified versions. Objects with null versions (there shouldn't be any) are also returned. :param model_name: the name of the model (class) of desired objects :param versions: list of versions of objects not to be returned :returns: list of the DB objects :raises: IronicException if there is no class associated with the name """ if not versions: return [] model = models.get_class(model_name) # NOTE(rloo): .notin_ does not handle null: # http://docs.sqlalchemy.org/en/latest/core/sqlelement.html#sqlalchemy.sql.operators.ColumnOperators.notin_ query = model_query(model).filter( sql.or_(model.version == sql.null(), model.version.notin_(versions))) return query.all()
[docs] def check_versions(self, ignore_models=(), permit_initial_version=False): """Checks the whole database for incompatible objects. This scans all the tables in search of objects that are not supported; i.e., those that are not specified in `ironic.common.release_mappings.RELEASE_MAPPING`. This includes objects that have null 'version' values. :param ignore_models: List of model names to skip. :param permit_initial_version: Boolean, default False, to permit a NoSuchTableError exception to be raised by SQLAlchemy and accordingly bypass when an object has it's initial object version. :returns: A Boolean. True if all the objects have supported versions; False otherwise. """ object_versions = release_mappings.get_object_versions() table_missing_ok = False for model in models.Base.__subclasses__(): if model.__name__ not in object_versions: continue if model.__name__ in ignore_models: continue supported_versions = object_versions[model.__name__] if not supported_versions: continue if permit_initial_version and supported_versions == {'1.0'}: # We're getting called from someplace it is okay to handle # a missing table, i.e. database upgrades which will create # the table *and* the field version is 1.0, which means we # are likely about to *create* the table, but first have to # pass the version/compatability checking logic. table_missing_ok = True # NOTE(mgagne): Additional safety check to detect old database # version which does not have the 'version' columns available. # This usually means a skip version upgrade is attempted # from a version earlier than Pike which added # those columns required for the next check. try: engine = enginefacade.reader.get_engine() if not db_utils.column_exists(engine, model.__tablename__, model.version.name): raise exception.DatabaseVersionTooOld() except sa.exc.NoSuchTableError: if table_missing_ok: # This is to be expected, it is okay. Moving along. LOG.warning('Observed missing table while performing ' 'upgrade version checking. This is not fatal ' 'as the expected version is only 1.0 and ' 'the check has been called before the table ' 'is to be created. Model: %s', model.__tablename__) continue raise # NOTE(rloo): we use model.version, not model, because we # know that the object has a 'version' column # but we don't know whether the entire object is # compatible with its (old) DB representation. # NOTE(rloo): .notin_ does not handle null: # http://docs.sqlalchemy.org/en/latest/core/sqlelement.html#sqlalchemy.sql.operators.ColumnOperators.notin_ query = model_query(model.version).filter( sql.or_(model.version == sql.null(), model.version.notin_(supported_versions))) if query.count(): return False return True
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def update_to_latest_versions(self, context, max_count): """Updates objects to their latest known versions. This scans all the tables and for objects that are not in their latest version, updates them to that version. :param context: the admin context :param max_count: The maximum number of objects to migrate. Must be >= 0. If zero, all the objects will be migrated. :returns: A 2-tuple, 1. the total number of objects that need to be migrated (at the beginning of this call) and 2. the number of migrated objects. """ # NOTE(rloo): 'master' has the most recent (latest) versions. mapping = release_mappings.RELEASE_MAPPING['master']['objects'] total_to_migrate = 0 total_migrated = 0 sql_models = [model for model in models.Base.__subclasses__() if model.__name__ in mapping] for model in sql_models: version = mapping[model.__name__][0] query = model_query(model).filter(model.version != version) total_to_migrate += query.count() if not total_to_migrate: return total_to_migrate, 0 # NOTE(xek): Each of these operations happen in different transactions. # This is to ensure a minimal load on the database, but at the same # time it can cause an inconsistency in the amount of total and # migrated objects returned (total could be > migrated). This is # because some objects may have already migrated or been deleted from # the database between the time the total was computed (above) to the # time we do the updating (below). # # By the time this script is run, only the new release version is # running, so the impact of this error will be minimal - e.g. the # operator will run this script more than once to ensure that all # data have been migrated. # If max_count is zero, we want to migrate all the objects. max_to_migrate = max_count or total_to_migrate for model in sql_models: version = mapping[model.__name__][0] num_migrated = 0 with _session_for_write(): query = model_query(model).filter(model.version != version) # NOTE(rloo) Caution here; after doing query.count(), it is # possible that the value is different in the # next invocation of the query. if max_to_migrate < query.count(): # Only want to update max_to_migrate objects; cannot use # sql's limit(), so we generate a new query with # max_to_migrate objects. ids = [] for obj in query.slice(0, max_to_migrate): ids.append(obj['id']) num_migrated = ( model_query(model). filter(sql.and_(model.id.in_(ids), model.version != version)). update({model.version: version}, synchronize_session=False)) else: num_migrated = ( model_query(model). filter(model.version != version). update({model.version: version}, synchronize_session=False)) total_migrated += num_migrated max_to_migrate -= num_migrated if max_to_migrate <= 0: break return total_to_migrate, total_migrated
@staticmethod def _verify_max_traits_per_node(node_id, num_traits): """Verify that an operation would not exceed the per-node trait limit. :param node_id: The ID of a node. :param num_traits: The number of traits the node would have after the operation. :raises: InvalidParameterValue if the operation would exceed the per-node trait limit. """ if num_traits > MAX_TRAITS_PER_NODE: msg = (_("Could not modify traits for node %(node_id)s as it " "would exceed the maximum number of traits per node " "(%(num_traits)d vs. %(max_traits)d)") % {'node_id': node_id, 'num_traits': num_traits, 'max_traits': MAX_TRAITS_PER_NODE}) raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(err=msg)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def set_node_traits(self, node_id, traits, version): # Remove duplicate traits traits = set(traits) self._verify_max_traits_per_node(node_id, len(traits)) with _session_for_write() as session: # NOTE(mgoddard): Node existence is checked in unset_node_traits. self.unset_node_traits(node_id) node_traits = [] for trait in traits: node_trait = models.NodeTrait(trait=trait, node_id=node_id, version=version) session.add(node_trait) node_traits.append(node_trait) return node_traits
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def unset_node_traits(self, node_id): self._check_node_exists(node_id) with _session_for_write(): model_query(models.NodeTrait).filter_by(node_id=node_id).delete()
[docs] def get_node_traits_by_node_id(self, node_id): self._check_node_exists(node_id) result = (model_query(models.NodeTrait) .filter_by(node_id=node_id) .all()) return result
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def add_node_trait(self, node_id, trait, version): node_trait = models.NodeTrait(trait=trait, node_id=node_id, version=version) self._check_node_exists(node_id) try: with _session_for_write() as session: session.add(node_trait) session.flush() num_traits = (model_query(models.NodeTrait) .filter_by(node_id=node_id).count()) self._verify_max_traits_per_node(node_id, num_traits) except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry: # NOTE(mgoddard): Ignore traits duplicates pass return node_trait
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def delete_node_trait(self, node_id, trait): self._check_node_exists(node_id) with _session_for_write(): result = model_query(models.NodeTrait).filter_by( node_id=node_id, trait=trait).delete() if not result: raise exception.NodeTraitNotFound(node_id=node_id, trait=trait)
[docs] def node_trait_exists(self, node_id, trait): self._check_node_exists(node_id) q = model_query( models.NodeTrait).filter_by(node_id=node_id, trait=trait) return model_query(q.exists()).scalar()
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def create_bios_setting_list(self, node_id, settings, version): self._check_node_exists(node_id) bios_settings = [] with _session_for_write() as session: try: for setting in settings: bios_setting = models.BIOSSetting( node_id=node_id, name=setting['name'], value=setting['value'], attribute_type=setting.get('attribute_type'), allowable_values=setting.get('allowable_values'), lower_bound=setting.get('lower_bound'), max_length=setting.get('max_length'), min_length=setting.get('min_length'), read_only=setting.get('read_only'), reset_required=setting.get('reset_required'), unique=setting.get('unique'), upper_bound=setting.get('upper_bound'), version=version) bios_settings.append(bios_setting) session.add(bios_setting) session.flush() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry: raise exception.BIOSSettingAlreadyExists( node=node_id, name=setting['name']) return bios_settings
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def update_bios_setting_list(self, node_id, settings, version): self._check_node_exists(node_id) bios_settings = [] with _session_for_write() as session: try: for setting in settings: query = model_query(models.BIOSSetting).filter_by( node_id=node_id, name=setting['name']) ref = query.one() ref.update({'value': setting['value'], 'attribute_type': setting.get('attribute_type'), 'allowable_values': setting.get('allowable_values'), 'lower_bound': setting.get('lower_bound'), 'max_length': setting.get('max_length'), 'min_length': setting.get('min_length'), 'read_only': setting.get('read_only'), 'reset_required': setting.get('reset_required'), 'unique': setting.get('unique'), 'upper_bound': setting.get('upper_bound'), 'version': version}) bios_settings.append(ref) session.flush() except NoResultFound: raise exception.BIOSSettingNotFound( node=node_id, name=setting['name']) return bios_settings
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def delete_bios_setting_list(self, node_id, names): self._check_node_exists(node_id) missing_bios_settings = [] with _session_for_write(): for name in names: count = model_query(models.BIOSSetting).filter_by( node_id=node_id, name=name).delete() if count == 0: missing_bios_settings.append(name) if len(missing_bios_settings) > 0: raise exception.BIOSSettingListNotFound( node=node_id, names=','.join(missing_bios_settings))
[docs] def get_bios_setting(self, node_id, name): self._check_node_exists(node_id) query = model_query(models.BIOSSetting).filter_by( node_id=node_id, name=name) try: ref = query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.BIOSSettingNotFound(node=node_id, name=name) return ref
[docs] def get_bios_setting_list(self, node_id): self._check_node_exists(node_id) result = (model_query(models.BIOSSetting) .filter_by(node_id=node_id) .all()) return result
[docs] def get_allocation_by_id(self, allocation_id): """Return an allocation representation. :param allocation_id: The id of an allocation. :returns: An allocation. :raises: AllocationNotFound """ query = model_query(models.Allocation).filter_by(id=allocation_id) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.AllocationNotFound(allocation=allocation_id)
[docs] def get_allocation_by_uuid(self, allocation_uuid): """Return an allocation representation. :param allocation_uuid: The uuid of an allocation. :returns: An allocation. :raises: AllocationNotFound """ query = model_query(models.Allocation).filter_by(uuid=allocation_uuid) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.AllocationNotFound(allocation=allocation_uuid)
[docs] def get_allocation_by_name(self, name): """Return an allocation representation. :param name: The logical name of an allocation. :returns: An allocation. :raises: AllocationNotFound """ query = model_query(models.Allocation).filter_by(name=name) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.AllocationNotFound(allocation=name)
[docs] def get_allocation_list(self, filters=None, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None): """Return a list of allocations. :param filters: Filters to apply. Defaults to None. :node_uuid: uuid of node :state: allocation state :resource_class: requested resource class :param limit: Maximum number of allocations to return. :param marker: The last item of the previous page; we return the next result set. :param sort_key: Attribute by which results should be sorted. :param sort_dir: Direction in which results should be sorted. (asc, desc) :returns: A list of allocations. """ query = self._add_allocations_filters(model_query(models.Allocation), filters) return _paginate_query(models.Allocation, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def create_allocation(self, values): """Create a new allocation. :param values: Dict of values to create an allocation with :returns: An allocation :raises: AllocationDuplicateName :raises: AllocationAlreadyExists """ if not values.get('uuid'): values['uuid'] = uuidutils.generate_uuid() if not values.get('state'): values['state'] = states.ALLOCATING allocation = models.Allocation() allocation.update(values) with _session_for_write() as session: try: session.add(allocation) session.flush() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry as exc: if 'name' in exc.columns: raise exception.AllocationDuplicateName( name=values['name']) else: raise exception.AllocationAlreadyExists( uuid=values['uuid']) return allocation
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def update_allocation(self, allocation_id, values, update_node=True): """Update properties of an allocation. :param allocation_id: Allocation ID :param values: Dict of values to update. :param update_node: If True and node_id is updated, update the node with instance_uuid and traits from the allocation :returns: An allocation. :raises: AllocationNotFound :raises: AllocationDuplicateName :raises: InstanceAssociated :raises: NodeAssociated """ if 'uuid' in values: msg = _("Cannot overwrite UUID for an existing allocation.") raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(err=msg) # These values are used in exception handling. They should always be # initialized, but set them to None just in case. instance_uuid = node_uuid = None with _session_for_write() as session: try: query = model_query(models.Allocation, session=session) query = add_identity_filter(query, allocation_id) ref = query.one() ref.update(values) instance_uuid = ref.uuid if values.get('node_id') and update_node: node = model_query(models.Node, session=session).filter_by( id=ref.node_id).with_for_update().one() node_uuid = node.uuid if node.instance_uuid and node.instance_uuid != ref.uuid: raise exception.NodeAssociated( node=node.uuid, instance=node.instance_uuid) iinfo = node.instance_info.copy() iinfo['traits'] = ref.traits or [] node.update({'allocation_id': ref.id, 'instance_uuid': instance_uuid, 'instance_info': iinfo}) session.flush() except NoResultFound: raise exception.AllocationNotFound(allocation=allocation_id) except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry as exc: if 'name' in exc.columns: raise exception.AllocationDuplicateName( name=values['name']) elif 'instance_uuid' in exc.columns: # Case when the allocation UUID is already used on some # node as instance_uuid. raise exception.InstanceAssociated( instance_uuid=instance_uuid, node=node_uuid) else: raise return ref
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def take_over_allocation(self, allocation_id, old_conductor_id, new_conductor_id): """Do a take over for an allocation. The allocation is only updated if the old conductor matches the provided value, thus guarding against races. :param allocation_id: Allocation ID :param old_conductor_id: The conductor ID we expect to be the current ``conductor_affinity`` of the allocation. :param new_conductor_id: The conductor ID of the new ``conductor_affinity``. :returns: True if the take over was successful, False otherwise. :raises: AllocationNotFound """ with _session_for_write() as session: try: query = model_query(models.Allocation, session=session) query = add_identity_filter(query, allocation_id) # NOTE(dtantsur): the FOR UPDATE clause locks the allocation ref = query.with_for_update().one() if ref.conductor_affinity != old_conductor_id: # Race detected, bailing out return False ref.update({'conductor_affinity': new_conductor_id}) session.flush() except NoResultFound: raise exception.AllocationNotFound(allocation=allocation_id) else: return True
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def destroy_allocation(self, allocation_id): """Destroy an allocation. :param allocation_id: Allocation ID or UUID :raises: AllocationNotFound """ with _session_for_write() as session: query = model_query(models.Allocation) query = add_identity_filter(query, allocation_id) try: ref = query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.AllocationNotFound(allocation=allocation_id) allocation_id = ref['id'] node_query = model_query(models.Node, session=session).filter_by( allocation_id=allocation_id) node_query.update({'allocation_id': None, 'instance_uuid': None}) query.delete()
@staticmethod def _get_deploy_template_steps(steps, deploy_template_id=None): results = [] for values in steps: step = models.DeployTemplateStep() step.update(values) if deploy_template_id: step['deploy_template_id'] = deploy_template_id results.append(step) return results
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def create_deploy_template(self, values): steps = values.get('steps', []) values['steps'] = self._get_deploy_template_steps(steps) template = models.DeployTemplate() template.update(values) with _session_for_write() as session: try: session.add(template) session.flush() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry as e: if 'name' in e.columns: raise exception.DeployTemplateDuplicateName( name=values['name']) raise exception.DeployTemplateAlreadyExists( uuid=values['uuid']) return template
def _update_deploy_template_steps(self, session, template_id, steps): """Update the steps for a deploy template. :param session: DB session object. :param template_id: deploy template ID. :param steps: list of steps that should exist for the deploy template. """ def _step_key(step): """Compare two deploy template steps.""" # NOTE(mgoddard): In python 3, dicts are not orderable so cannot be # used as a sort key. Serialise the step arguments to a JSON string # for comparison. Taken from https://stackoverflow.com/a/22003440. sortable_args = json.dumps(step.args, sort_keys=True) return step.interface, step.step, sortable_args, step.priority # List all existing steps for the template. current_steps = (model_query(models.DeployTemplateStep) .filter_by(deploy_template_id=template_id)) # List the new steps for the template. new_steps = self._get_deploy_template_steps(steps, template_id) # The following is an efficient way to ensure that the steps in the # database match those that have been requested. We compare the current # and requested steps in a single pass using the _zip_matching # function. steps_to_create = [] step_ids_to_delete = [] for current_step, new_step in _zip_matching(current_steps, new_steps, _step_key): if current_step is None: # No matching current step found for this new step - create. steps_to_create.append(new_step) elif new_step is None: # No matching new step found for this current step - delete. step_ids_to_delete.append(current_step.id) # else: steps match, no work required. # Delete and create steps in bulk as necessary. if step_ids_to_delete: ((model_query(models.DeployTemplateStep) .filter(models.DeployTemplateStep.id.in_(step_ids_to_delete))) .delete(synchronize_session=False)) if steps_to_create: session.bulk_save_objects(steps_to_create)
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def update_deploy_template(self, template_id, values): if 'uuid' in values: msg = _("Cannot overwrite UUID for an existing deploy template.") raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(err=msg) try: with _session_for_write() as session: # NOTE(mgoddard): Don't issue a joined query for the update as # this does not work with PostgreSQL. query = model_query(models.DeployTemplate) query = add_identity_filter(query, template_id) try: ref = query.with_for_update().one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.DeployTemplateNotFound( template=template_id) # First, update non-step columns. steps = values.pop('steps', None) ref.update(values) # If necessary, update steps. if steps is not None: self._update_deploy_template_steps(session, ref.id, steps) # Return the updated template joined with all relevant fields. query = _get_deploy_template_query_with_steps() query = add_identity_filter(query, template_id) return query.one() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry as e: if 'name' in e.columns: raise exception.DeployTemplateDuplicateName( name=values['name']) raise
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def destroy_deploy_template(self, template_id): with _session_for_write(): model_query(models.DeployTemplateStep).filter_by( deploy_template_id=template_id).delete() count = model_query(models.DeployTemplate).filter_by( id=template_id).delete() if count == 0: raise exception.DeployTemplateNotFound(template=template_id)
def _get_deploy_template(self, field, value): """Helper method for retrieving a deploy template.""" query = (_get_deploy_template_query_with_steps() .filter_by(**{field: value})) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.DeployTemplateNotFound(template=value)
[docs] def get_deploy_template_by_id(self, template_id): return self._get_deploy_template('id', template_id)
[docs] def get_deploy_template_by_uuid(self, template_uuid): return self._get_deploy_template('uuid', template_uuid)
[docs] def get_deploy_template_by_name(self, template_name): return self._get_deploy_template('name', template_name)
[docs] def get_deploy_template_list(self, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None): query = _get_deploy_template_query_with_steps() return _paginate_query(models.DeployTemplate, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] def get_deploy_template_list_by_names(self, names): query = (_get_deploy_template_query_with_steps() .filter(models.DeployTemplate.name.in_(names))) return query.all()
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def create_node_history(self, values): values['uuid'] = uuidutils.generate_uuid() history = models.NodeHistory() history.update(values) with _session_for_write() as session: try: session.add(history) session.flush() except db_exc.DBDuplicateEntry: raise exception.NodeHistoryAlreadyExists(uuid=values['uuid']) return history
[docs] @oslo_db_api.retry_on_deadlock def destroy_node_history_by_uuid(self, history_uuid): with _session_for_write(): query = model_query(models.NodeHistory).filter_by( uuid=history_uuid) count = query.delete() if count == 0: raise exception.NodeHistoryNotFound(history=history_uuid)
[docs] def get_node_history_by_id(self, history_id): query = model_query(models.NodeHistory).filter_by(id=history_id) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.NodeHistoryNotFound(history=history_id)
[docs] def get_node_history_by_uuid(self, history_uuid): query = model_query(models.NodeHistory).filter_by(uuid=history_uuid) try: return query.one() except NoResultFound: raise exception.NodeHistoryNotFound(history=history_uuid)
[docs] def get_node_history_list(self, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key='created_at', sort_dir='asc'): return _paginate_query(models.NodeHistory, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir)
[docs] def get_node_history_by_node_id(self, node_id, limit=None, marker=None, sort_key=None, sort_dir=None): query = model_query(models.NodeHistory) query = query.filter_by(node_id=node_id) return _paginate_query(models.NodeHistory, limit, marker, sort_key, sort_dir, query)
[docs] def query_node_history_records_for_purge(self, conductor_id): min_days = CONF.conductor.node_history_minimum_days max_num = CONF.conductor.node_history_max_entries with _session_for_read() as session: # First, figure out our nodes. nodes = session.query( models.Node.id, ).filter( models.Node.conductor_affinity == conductor_id ) # Build our query to get the node_id and record id. query = session.query( models.NodeHistory.node_id, models.NodeHistory.id, ) # Filter by the nodes query = query.filter( models.NodeHistory.node_id.in_(nodes) ).order_by( # Order in an ascending order as older is always first. models.NodeHistory.created_at.asc() ) # Filter by minimum days if min_days > 0: before = datetime.datetime.now() - datetime.timedelta( days=min_days) query = query.filter( models.NodeHistory.created_at < before ) # Build our result set result_set = {} for entry in query.all(): if entry[0] not in result_set: result_set[entry[0]] = [] result_set[entry[0]].append(entry[1]) final_set = {} # Generate our final set of entries which should be removed # by accounting for the number of permitted entries. for entry in result_set: final_set[entry] = [] set_len = len(result_set[entry]) # Any count <= the maximum number is okay if set_len > max_num: # figure out how many entries need to be removed num_to_remove = set_len - max_num for i in range(0, num_to_remove): final_set[entry].append(result_set[entry][i]) # remove the entries at the end of the list # which will be the more recent items as we # ordered ascending originally. return final_set
[docs] def bulk_delete_node_history_records(self, entries): with _session_for_write() as session: # Uses input entry list, selects entries matching those ids # then deletes them and does not synchronize the session so # sqlalchemy doesn't do extra un-necessary work. session.query( models.NodeHistory ).filter( models.NodeHistory.id.in_(entries) ).delete(synchronize_session=False)