Source code for ironic.drivers.modules.inspector

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Modules required to work with ironic_inspector:

import ipaddress
import shlex
from urllib import parse as urlparse

import eventlet
from keystoneauth1 import exceptions as ks_exception
import openstack
from oslo_log import log as logging

from ironic.common import exception
from ironic.common.i18n import _
from ironic.common import keystone
from ironic.common import states
from ironic.common import utils
from ironic.conductor import periodics
from ironic.conductor import task_manager
from ironic.conductor import utils as cond_utils
from ironic.conf import CONF
from ironic.drivers import base
from ironic.drivers.modules import deploy_utils
from ironic.drivers.modules import inspect_utils

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# Internal field to mark whether ironic or inspector manages boot for the node
_IRONIC_MANAGES_BOOT = 'inspector_manage_boot'

def _get_inspector_session(**kwargs):
        if CONF.auth_strategy != 'keystone':
            # NOTE(dtantsur): using set_default instead of set_override because
            # the native keystoneauth option must have priority.
            CONF.set_default('auth_type', 'none', group='inspector')
        service_auth = keystone.get_auth('inspector')
        _INSPECTOR_SESSION = keystone.get_session('inspector',

def _get_client(context):
    """Helper to get inspector client instance."""
    session = _get_inspector_session()
    # NOTE(dtantsur): openstacksdk expects config option groups to match
    # service name, but we use just "inspector".
    conf = dict(CONF)
    conf['ironic-inspector'] = conf.pop('inspector')
    # TODO(pas-ha) investigate possibility of passing user context here,
    # similar to what neutron/glance-related code does
        return openstack.connection.Connection(
    except ks_exception.DiscoveryFailure as exc:
        raise exception.ConfigInvalid(
            _("Could not contact ironic-inspector for version discovery: %s")
            % exc)

def _get_callback_endpoint(client):
    root = CONF.inspector.callback_endpoint_override or client.get_endpoint()
    if root == 'mdns':
        return root

    parts = urlparse.urlsplit(root)
    is_loopback = False
        # ip_address requires a unicode string on Python 2
        is_loopback = ipaddress.ip_address(parts.hostname).is_loopback
    except ValueError:  # host name
        is_loopback = (parts.hostname == 'localhost')

    if is_loopback:
        raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(
            _('Loopback address %s cannot be used as an introspection '
              'callback URL') % parts.hostname)

    # NOTE(dtantsur): the IPA side is quite picky about the exact format.
    if parts.path.endswith('/v1'):
        add = '/continue'
        add = '/v1/continue'

    return urlparse.urlunsplit((parts.scheme, parts.netloc,
                                parts.path.rstrip('/') + add,
                                parts.query, parts.fragment))

def _tear_down_managed_boot(task):
    errors = []

    ironic_manages_boot = utils.pop_node_nested_field(
        task.node, 'driver_internal_info', _IRONIC_MANAGES_BOOT)
    if not ironic_manages_boot:
        return errors

    except Exception as exc:
        errors.append(_('unable to clean up ramdisk boot: %s') % exc)
        LOG.exception('Unable to clean up ramdisk boot for node %s',
        with cond_utils.power_state_for_network_configuration(task):
    except Exception as exc:
        errors.append(_('unable to remove inspection ports: %s') % exc)
        LOG.exception('Unable to remove inspection network for node %s',

    if CONF.inspector.power_off and not utils.fast_track_enabled(task.node):
            cond_utils.node_power_action(task, states.POWER_OFF)
        except Exception as exc:
            errors.append(_('unable to power off the node: %s') % exc)
            LOG.exception('Unable to power off node %s', task.node.uuid)

    return errors

def _inspection_error_handler(task, error, raise_exc=False, clean_up=True):
    if clean_up:

    task.node.last_error = error
    if raise_exc:
        raise exception.HardwareInspectionFailure(error=error)

def _ironic_manages_boot(task, raise_exc=False):
    """Whether ironic should manage boot for this node."""
    except exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension as e:
        LOG.debug('The boot interface %(iface)s of the node %(node)s does '
                  'not support managed boot for in-band inspection or '
                  'the required options are not populated: %(exc)s',
                  {'node': task.node.uuid,
                   'iface': task.node.get_interface('boot'),
                   'exc': e})
        if raise_exc:
        return False

    except exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension as e:
        LOG.debug('The network interface %(iface)s of the node %(node)s does '
                  'not support managed boot for in-band inspection or '
                  'the required options are not populated: %(exc)s',
                  {'node': task.node.uuid,
                   'iface': task.node.get_interface('network'),
                   'exc': e})
        if raise_exc:
        return False

    return True

def _parse_kernel_params():
    """Parse kernel params from the configuration."""
    result = {}
    for s in shlex.split(CONF.inspector.extra_kernel_params):
            key, value = s.split('=', 1)
        except ValueError:
            result[s] = None
            result[key] = value
    return result

def _start_managed_inspection(task):
    """Start inspection managed by ironic."""
        client = _get_client(task.context)
        endpoint = _get_callback_endpoint(client)
        params = dict(_parse_kernel_params(),
                      **{'ipa-inspection-callback-url': endpoint})
        if utils.fast_track_enabled(task.node):
            params['ipa-api-url'] = deploy_utils.get_ironic_api_url()

        cond_utils.node_power_action(task, states.POWER_OFF)
        with cond_utils.power_state_for_network_configuration(task):
        task.driver.boot.prepare_ramdisk(task, ramdisk_params=params)
        client.start_introspection(task.node.uuid, manage_boot=False)
        cond_utils.node_power_action(task, states.POWER_ON)
    except Exception as exc:
        LOG.exception('Unable to start managed inspection for node %(uuid)s: '
                      '%(err)s', {'uuid': task.node.uuid, 'err': exc})
        error = _('unable to start inspection: %s') % exc
        _inspection_error_handler(task, error, raise_exc=True)

[docs]class Inspector(base.InspectInterface): """In-band inspection via ironic-inspector project."""
[docs] def get_properties(self): """Return the properties of the interface. :returns: dictionary of <property name>:<property description> entries. """ return {} # no properties
[docs] def validate(self, task): """Validate the driver-specific inspection information. If invalid, raises an exception; otherwise returns None. :param task: a task from TaskManager. :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension """ _parse_kernel_params() if CONF.inspector.require_managed_boot: _ironic_manages_boot(task, raise_exc=True)
[docs] def inspect_hardware(self, task): """Inspect hardware to obtain the hardware properties. This particular implementation only starts inspection using ironic-inspector. Results will be checked in a periodic task. :param task: a task from TaskManager. :returns: states.INSPECTWAIT :raises: HardwareInspectionFailure on failure """ try: enabled_macs = if enabled_macs: inspect_utils.create_ports_if_not_exist(task, enabled_macs) else: LOG.warning("Not attempting to create any port as no NICs " "were discovered in 'enabled' state for node " "%(node)s: %(mac_data)s", {'mac_data': enabled_macs, 'node': task.node.uuid}) except exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension: LOG.debug('Pre-creating ports prior to inspection not supported' ' on node %s.', task.node.uuid) ironic_manages_boot = _ironic_manages_boot( task, raise_exc=CONF.inspector.require_managed_boot) utils.set_node_nested_field(task.node, 'driver_internal_info', _IRONIC_MANAGES_BOOT, ironic_manages_boot) LOG.debug('Starting inspection for node %(uuid)s using ' 'ironic-inspector, booting is managed by %(project)s', {'uuid': task.node.uuid, 'project': 'ironic' if ironic_manages_boot else 'ironic-inspector'}) if ironic_manages_boot: _start_managed_inspection(task) else: # NOTE(dtantsur): spawning a short-living green thread so that # we can release a lock as soon as possible and allow # ironic-inspector to operate on the node. eventlet.spawn_n(_start_inspection, task.node.uuid, task.context) return states.INSPECTWAIT
[docs] def abort(self, task): """Abort hardware inspection. :param task: a task from TaskManager. """ node_uuid = task.node.uuid LOG.debug('Aborting inspection for node %(uuid)s using ' 'ironic-inspector', {'uuid': node_uuid}) _get_client(task.context).abort_introspection(node_uuid)
@periodics.node_periodic( purpose='checking hardware inspection status', spacing=CONF.inspector.status_check_period, filters={'provision_state': states.INSPECTWAIT}, ) def _periodic_check_result(self, task, manager, context): """Periodic task checking results of inspection.""" _check_status(task)
def _start_inspection(node_uuid, context): """Call to inspector to start inspection.""" try: _get_client(context).start_introspection(node_uuid) except Exception as exc: LOG.error('Error contacting ironic-inspector for inspection of node ' '%(node)s: %(cls)s: %(err)s', {'node': node_uuid, 'cls': type(exc).__name__, 'err': exc}) # NOTE(dtantsur): if acquire fails our last option is to rely on # timeout lock_purpose = 'recording hardware inspection error' with task_manager.acquire(context, node_uuid, purpose=lock_purpose) as task: error = _('Failed to start inspection: %s') % exc _inspection_error_handler(task, error) else:'Node %s was sent to inspection to ironic-inspector', node_uuid) def _check_status(task): """Check inspection status for node given by a task.""" node = task.node if node.provision_state != states.INSPECTWAIT: return if not isinstance(task.driver.inspect, Inspector): return LOG.debug('Calling to inspector to check status of node %s', task.node.uuid) try: inspector_client = _get_client(task.context) status = inspector_client.get_introspection(node.uuid) except Exception: # NOTE(dtantsur): get_status should not normally raise # let's assume it's a transient failure and retry later LOG.exception('Unexpected exception while getting ' 'inspection status for node %s, will retry later', node.uuid) return if not status.error and not status.is_finished: return # If the inspection has finished or failed, we need to update the node, so # upgrade our lock to an exclusive one. task.upgrade_lock() node = task.node if status.error: LOG.error('Inspection failed for node %(uuid)s with error: %(err)s', {'uuid': node.uuid, 'err': status.error}) error = _('ironic-inspector inspection failed: %s') % status.error _inspection_error_handler(task, error) elif status.is_finished: _clean_up(task) store_data = CONF.inventory.data_backend if store_data == 'none': LOG.debug('Introspection data storage is disabled, the data will ' 'not be saved for node %(node)s', {'node': node.uuid}) return introspection_data = inspector_client.get_introspection_data( node.uuid, processed=True) inspect_utils.store_introspection_data(node, introspection_data, task.context) def _clean_up(task): errors = _tear_down_managed_boot(task) if errors: errors = ', '.join(errors) LOG.error('Inspection clean up failed for node %(uuid)s: %(err)s', {'uuid': task.node.uuid, 'err': errors}) msg = _('Inspection clean up failed: %s') % errors _inspection_error_handler(task, msg, raise_exc=False, clean_up=False) else:'Inspection finished successfully for node %s', task.node.uuid) task.process_event('done')