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

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from oslo_log import log
from oslo_utils import importutils

from ironic.common import exception
from ironic.drivers.modules.redfish import utils as redfish_utils

LOG = log.getLogger(__name__)

sushy = importutils.try_import('sushy')

[docs]def execute_oem_manager_method( task, process_name, lambda_oem_func): """Loads OEM manager and executes passed method on it. Known iDRAC Redfish systems has only one manager, but as Redfish schema allows a list this method iterates through all values in case this changes in future. If there are several managers, this will try starting from the first in the list until the first success. :param task: a TaskManager instance. :param process_name: user friendly name of method to be executed. Used in exception and log messages. :param lambda_oem_func: method to execute as lambda function with input parameter OEM extension manager. Example: lambda m: m.reset_idrac() :returns: Returned value of lambda_oem_func :raises: RedfishError if can't execute OEM function either because there are no managers to the system, failed to load OEM extension or execution of the OEM method failed itself. """ system = redfish_utils.get_system(task.node) if not system.managers: raise exception.RedfishError( "System %(system)s has no managers" % {'system': system.uuid if system.uuid else system.identity}) oem_error_msgs = [] for manager in system.managers: # This call makes Sushy go fishing in the ocean of Sushy # OEM extensions installed on the system. If it finds one # for 'Dell' which implements the 'Manager' resource # extension, it uses it to create an object which # instantiates itself from the OEM JSON. The object is # returned here. # # If the extension could not be found for one manager, it # will not be found for any others until it is installed, so # abruptly exit the for loop. The vendor and resource name, # 'Dell' and 'Manager', respectively, used to search for the # extension are invariant in the loop. try: manager_oem = manager.get_oem_extension('Dell') except sushy.exceptions.OEMExtensionNotFoundError as e: error_msg = (_("Search for Sushy OEM extension Python package " "'sushy-oem-idrac' failed for node %(node)s. " "Ensure it is installed. Error: %(error)s") % {'node': task.node.uuid, 'error': e}) LOG.error(error_msg) raise exception.RedfishError(error=error_msg) try: result = lambda_oem_func(manager_oem)"Completed: %(process_name)s with system %(system)s " "manager %(manager)s for node %(node)s", {'process_name': process_name, 'system': system.uuid if system.uuid else system.identity, 'manager': manager.uuid if manager.uuid else manager.identity, 'node': task.node.uuid}) return result except sushy.exceptions.SushyError as e: error_msg = (_("Manager %(manager)s: %(error)s" % {'manager': manager.uuid if manager.uuid else manager.identity, 'error': e})) LOG.debug("Failed: %(process_name)s with system %(system)s " "for node %(node)s. Will try next manager, if " "available. Error: %(error)s", {'process_name': process_name, 'system': system.uuid if system.uuid else system.identity, 'node': task.node.uuid, 'error': error_msg}) oem_error_msgs.append(error_msg) else: error_msg = (_('In system %(system)s for node %(node)s all managers ' 'failed: %(process_name)s. Errors: %(oem_error_msgs)s' % {'system': system.uuid if system.uuid else system.identity, 'node': task.node.uuid, 'process_name': process_name, 'oem_error_msgs': oem_error_msgs if oem_error_msgs else 'unknown'})) LOG.error(error_msg) raise exception.RedfishError(error=error_msg)