Source code for ironic.drivers.modules.drac.management

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"""
DRAC management interface
"""

import time

from ironic_lib import metrics_utils
from oslo_log import log as logging
from oslo_utils import importutils

from ironic.common import boot_devices
from ironic.common import exception
from ironic.common.i18n import _
from ironic.conductor import task_manager
from ironic.conf import CONF
from ironic.drivers import base
from ironic.drivers.modules.drac import common as drac_common
from ironic.drivers.modules.drac import job as drac_job
from ironic.drivers.modules.redfish import management as redfish_management


drac_exceptions = importutils.try_import('dracclient.exceptions')

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)

METRICS = metrics_utils.get_metrics_logger(__name__)

# This dictionary is used to map boot device names between two (2) name
# spaces. The name spaces are:
#
#     1) ironic boot devices
#     2) iDRAC boot sources
#
# Mapping can be performed in both directions.
#
# The keys are ironic boot device types. Each value is a list of strings
# that appear in the identifiers of iDRAC boot sources.
#
# The iDRAC represents boot sources with class DCIM_BootSourceSetting
# [1]. Each instance of that class contains a unique identifier, which
# is called an instance identifier, InstanceID,
#
# An InstanceID contains the Fully Qualified Device Descriptor (FQDD) of
# the physical device that hosts the boot source [2].
#
# [1] "Dell EMC BIOS and Boot Management Profile", Version 4.0.0, July
#     10, 2017, Section 7.2 "Boot Management", pp. 44-47 --
#     http://en.community.dell.com/techcenter/extras/m/white_papers/20444495/download
# [2] "Lifecycle Controller Version 3.15.15.15 User's Guide", Dell EMC,
#     2017, Table 13, "Easy-to-use Names of System Components", pp. 71-74 --
#     http://topics-cdn.dell.com/pdf/idrac9-lifecycle-controller-v3.15.15.15_users-guide2_en-us.pdf
_BOOT_DEVICES_MAP = {
    boot_devices.DISK: ['AHCI', 'Disk', 'RAID'],
    boot_devices.PXE: ['NIC'],
    boot_devices.CDROM: ['Optical'],
}

_DRAC_BOOT_MODES = ['Bios', 'Uefi']

# BootMode constant
_NON_PERSISTENT_BOOT_MODE = 'OneTime'

# Clear job id's constant
_CLEAR_JOB_IDS = 'JID_CLEARALL_FORCE'

# Clean steps constant
_CLEAR_JOBS_CLEAN_STEPS = ['clear_job_queue', 'known_good_state']


def _get_boot_device(node, drac_boot_devices=None):
    client = drac_common.get_drac_client(node)

    try:
        boot_modes = client.list_boot_modes()
        next_boot_modes = [mode.id for mode in boot_modes if mode.is_next]
        if _NON_PERSISTENT_BOOT_MODE in next_boot_modes:
            next_boot_mode = _NON_PERSISTENT_BOOT_MODE
        else:
            next_boot_mode = next_boot_modes[0]

        if drac_boot_devices is None:
            drac_boot_devices = client.list_boot_devices()

        # It is possible for there to be no boot device.
        boot_device = None

        if next_boot_mode in drac_boot_devices:
            drac_boot_device = drac_boot_devices[next_boot_mode][0]

            for key, value in _BOOT_DEVICES_MAP.items():
                for id_component in value:
                    if id_component in drac_boot_device.id:
                        boot_device = key
                        break

                if boot_device:
                    break

        return {'boot_device': boot_device,
                'persistent': next_boot_mode != _NON_PERSISTENT_BOOT_MODE}
    except (drac_exceptions.BaseClientException, IndexError) as exc:
        LOG.error('DRAC driver failed to get next boot mode for '
                  'node %(node_uuid)s. Reason: %(error)s.',
                  {'node_uuid': node.uuid, 'error': exc})
        raise exception.DracOperationError(error=exc)


def _get_next_persistent_boot_mode(node):
    client = drac_common.get_drac_client(node)

    try:
        boot_modes = client.list_boot_modes()
    except drac_exceptions.BaseClientException as exc:
        LOG.error('DRAC driver failed to get next persistent boot mode for '
                  'node %(node_uuid)s. Reason: %(error)s',
                  {'node_uuid': node.uuid, 'error': exc})
        raise exception.DracOperationError(error=exc)

    next_persistent_boot_mode = None
    for mode in boot_modes:
        if mode.is_next and mode.id != _NON_PERSISTENT_BOOT_MODE:
            next_persistent_boot_mode = mode.id
            break

    if not next_persistent_boot_mode:
        message = _('List of boot modes, %(list_boot_modes)s, does not '
                    'contain a persistent mode') % {
                        'list_boot_modes': boot_modes}
        LOG.error('DRAC driver failed to get next persistent boot mode for '
                  'node %(node_uuid)s. Reason: %(message)s',
                  {'node_uuid': node.uuid, 'message': message})
        raise exception.DracOperationError(error=message)

    return next_persistent_boot_mode


def _is_boot_order_flexibly_programmable(persistent, bios_settings):
    return persistent and 'SetBootOrderFqdd1' in bios_settings


def _flexibly_program_boot_order(device, drac_boot_mode):
    if device == boot_devices.DISK:
        if drac_boot_mode == 'Bios':
            bios_settings = {'SetBootOrderFqdd1': 'HardDisk.List.1-1'}
        else:
            # 'Uefi'
            bios_settings = {
                'SetBootOrderFqdd1': '*.*.*',  # Disks, which are all else
                'SetBootOrderFqdd2': 'NIC.*.*',
                'SetBootOrderFqdd3': 'Optical.*.*',
                'SetBootOrderFqdd4': 'Floppy.*.*',
            }
    elif device == boot_devices.PXE:
        bios_settings = {'SetBootOrderFqdd1': 'NIC.*.*'}
    else:
        # boot_devices.CDROM
        bios_settings = {'SetBootOrderFqdd1': 'Optical.*.*'}

    return bios_settings


[docs]def set_boot_device(node, device, persistent=False): """Set the boot device for a node. Set the boot device to use on next boot of the node. :param node: an ironic node object. :param device: the boot device, one of :mod:`ironic.common.boot_devices`. :param persistent: Boolean value. True if the boot device will persist to all future boots, False if not. Default: False. :raises: DracOperationError on an error from python-dracclient. """ client = drac_common.get_drac_client(node) # If pending BIOS job or pending non-BIOS job found in job queue, # we need to clear that jobs before executing clear_job_queue or # known_good_state clean step of management interface. # Otherwise, pending BIOS config job can cause creating new config jobs # to fail and pending non-BIOS job can execute on reboot the node. validate_job_queue = True if node.driver_internal_info.get("clean_steps"): if node.driver_internal_info.get("clean_steps")[0].get( 'step') in _CLEAR_JOBS_CLEAN_STEPS: unfinished_jobs = drac_job.list_unfinished_jobs(node) if unfinished_jobs: validate_job_queue = False client.delete_jobs(job_ids=[job.id for job in unfinished_jobs]) if validate_job_queue: drac_job.validate_job_queue(node) try: drac_boot_devices = client.list_boot_devices() current_boot_device = _get_boot_device(node, drac_boot_devices) # If we are already booting from the right device, do nothing. if current_boot_device == {'boot_device': device, 'persistent': persistent}: LOG.debug('DRAC already set to boot from %s', device) return persistent_boot_mode = _get_next_persistent_boot_mode(node) drac_boot_device = None for drac_device in drac_boot_devices[persistent_boot_mode]: for id_component in _BOOT_DEVICES_MAP[device]: if id_component in drac_device.id: drac_boot_device = drac_device.id break if drac_boot_device: break if drac_boot_device: if persistent: boot_list = persistent_boot_mode else: boot_list = _NON_PERSISTENT_BOOT_MODE client.change_boot_device_order(boot_list, drac_boot_device) else: # No DRAC boot device of the type requested by the argument # 'device' is present. This is normal for UEFI boot mode, # following deployment's writing of the operating system to # disk. It can also occur when a server has not been # powered on after a new boot device has been installed. # # If the boot order is flexibly programmable, use that to # attempt to detect and boot from a device of the requested # type during the next boot. That avoids the need for an # extra reboot. Otherwise, this function cannot satisfy the # request, because it was called with an invalid device. bios_settings = client.list_bios_settings(by_name=True) if _is_boot_order_flexibly_programmable(persistent, bios_settings): drac_boot_mode = bios_settings['BootMode'].current_value if drac_boot_mode not in _DRAC_BOOT_MODES: message = _("DRAC reported unknown boot mode " "'%(drac_boot_mode)s'") % { 'drac_boot_mode': drac_boot_mode} LOG.error('DRAC driver failed to change boot device order ' 'for node %(node_uuid)s. Reason: %(message)s.', {'node_uuid': node.uuid, 'message': message}) raise exception.DracOperationError(error=message) flexibly_program_settings = _flexibly_program_boot_order( device, drac_boot_mode) client.set_bios_settings(flexibly_program_settings) else: raise exception.InvalidParameterValue( _("set_boot_device called with invalid device " "'%(device)s' for node %(node_id)s.") % {'device': device, 'node_id': node.uuid}) job_id = client.commit_pending_bios_changes() job_entry = client.get_job(job_id) timeout = CONF.drac.boot_device_job_status_timeout end_time = time.time() + timeout LOG.debug('Waiting for BIOS configuration job %(job_id)s ' 'to be scheduled for node %(node)s', {'job_id': job_id, 'node': node.uuid}) while job_entry.status != "Scheduled": if time.time() >= end_time: raise exception.DracOperationError( error=_( 'Timed out waiting BIOS configuration for job ' '%(job)s to reach Scheduled state. Job is still ' 'in %(status)s state.') % {'job': job_id, 'status': job_entry.status}) time.sleep(3) job_entry = client.get_job(job_id) except drac_exceptions.BaseClientException as exc: LOG.error('DRAC driver failed to change boot device order for ' 'node %(node_uuid)s. Reason: %(error)s.', {'node_uuid': node.uuid, 'error': exc}) raise exception.DracOperationError(error=exc)
[docs]class DracRedfishManagement(redfish_management.RedfishManagement): """iDRAC Redfish interface for management-related actions. Presently, this class entirely defers to its base class, a generic, vendor-independent Redfish interface. Future resolution of Dell EMC- specific incompatibilities and introduction of vendor value added should be implemented by this class. """ pass
[docs]class DracWSManManagement(base.ManagementInterface):
[docs] def get_properties(self): """Return the properties of the interface.""" return drac_common.COMMON_PROPERTIES
[docs] @METRICS.timer('DracManagement.validate') def validate(self, task): """Validate the driver-specific info supplied. This method validates whether the 'driver_info' property of the supplied node contains the required information for this driver to manage the node. :param task: a TaskManager instance containing the node to act on. :raises: InvalidParameterValue if required driver_info attribute is missing or invalid on the node. """ return drac_common.parse_driver_info(task.node)
[docs] @METRICS.timer('DracManagement.get_supported_boot_devices') def get_supported_boot_devices(self, task): """Get a list of the supported boot devices. :param task: a TaskManager instance containing the node to act on. :returns: A list with the supported boot devices defined in :mod:`ironic.common.boot_devices`. """ return list(_BOOT_DEVICES_MAP)
[docs] @METRICS.timer('DracManagement.get_boot_device') def get_boot_device(self, task): """Get the current boot device for a node. Returns the current boot device of the node. :param task: a TaskManager instance containing the node to act on. :raises: DracOperationError on an error from python-dracclient. :returns: a dictionary containing: :boot_device: the boot device, one of :mod:`ironic.common.boot_devices` or None if it is unknown. :persistent: whether the boot device will persist to all future boots or not, None if it is unknown. """ node = task.node boot_device = node.driver_internal_info.get('drac_boot_device') if boot_device is not None: return boot_device return _get_boot_device(node)
[docs] @METRICS.timer('DracManagement.set_boot_device') @task_manager.require_exclusive_lock def set_boot_device(self, task, device, persistent=False): """Set the boot device for a node. Set the boot device to use on next reboot of the node. :param task: a TaskManager instance containing the node to act on. :param device: the boot device, one of :mod:`ironic.common.boot_devices`. :param persistent: Boolean value. True if the boot device will persist to all future boots, False if not. Default: False. :raises: InvalidParameterValue if an invalid boot device is specified. """ node = task.node if device not in _BOOT_DEVICES_MAP: raise exception.InvalidParameterValue( _("set_boot_device called with invalid device '%(device)s' " "for node %(node_id)s.") % {'device': device, 'node_id': node.uuid}) # NOTE(ifarkas): DRAC interface doesn't allow changing the boot device # multiple times in a row without a reboot. This is # because a change need to be committed via a # configuration job, and further configuration jobs # cannot be created until the previous one is processed # at the next boot. As a workaround, saving it to # driver_internal_info and committing the change during # power state change. driver_internal_info = node.driver_internal_info driver_internal_info['drac_boot_device'] = {'boot_device': device, 'persistent': persistent} node.driver_internal_info = driver_internal_info node.save()
[docs] @METRICS.timer('DracManagement.get_sensors_data') def get_sensors_data(self, task): """Get sensors data. :param task: a TaskManager instance. :raises: FailedToGetSensorData when getting the sensor data fails. :raises: FailedToParseSensorData when parsing sensor data fails. :returns: returns a consistent format dict of sensor data grouped by sensor type, which can be processed by Ceilometer. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @METRICS.timer('DracManagement.reset_idrac') @base.clean_step(priority=0) def reset_idrac(self, task): """Reset the iDRAC. :param task: a TaskManager instance containing the node to act on. :returns: None if it is completed. :raises: DracOperationError on an error from python-dracclient. """ node = task.node client = drac_common.get_drac_client(node) client.reset_idrac(force=True, wait=True)
[docs] @METRICS.timer('DracManagement.known_good_state') @base.clean_step(priority=0) def known_good_state(self, task): """Reset the iDRAC, Clear the job queue. :param task: a TaskManager instance containing the node to act on. :returns: None if it is completed. :raises: DracOperationError on an error from python-dracclient. """ node = task.node client = drac_common.get_drac_client(node) client.reset_idrac(force=True, wait=True) client.delete_jobs(job_ids=[_CLEAR_JOB_IDS])
[docs] @METRICS.timer('DracManagement.clear_job_queue') @base.clean_step(priority=0) def clear_job_queue(self, task): """Clear the job queue. :param task: a TaskManager instance containing the node to act on. :returns: None if it is completed. :raises: DracOperationError on an error from python-dracclient. """ try: node = task.node client = drac_common.get_drac_client(node) client.delete_jobs(job_ids=[_CLEAR_JOB_IDS]) except drac_exceptions.BaseClientException as exc: LOG.error('DRAC driver failed to clear the job queue for node ' '%(node_uuid)s. Reason: %(error)s.', {'node_uuid': node.uuid, 'error': exc}) raise exception.DracOperationError(error=exc)
[docs]class DracManagement(DracWSManManagement): """Class alias of class DracWSManManagement. This class provides ongoing support of the deprecated 'idrac' management interface implementation entrypoint. All bug fixes and new features should be implemented in its base class, DracWSManManagement. That makes them available to both the deprecated 'idrac' and new 'idrac-wsman' entrypoints. Such changes should not be made to this class. """ def __init__(self): LOG.warning("Management interface 'idrac' is deprecated and may be " "removed in a future release. Use 'idrac-wsman' instead.")