ironic.api.controllers.v1.driver

Source code for ironic.api.controllers.v1.driver

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from ironic_lib import metrics_utils
import pecan
from pecan import rest
from six.moves import http_client
import wsme
from wsme import types as wtypes

from ironic.api.controllers import base
from ironic.api.controllers import link
from ironic.api.controllers.v1 import types
from ironic.api.controllers.v1 import utils as api_utils
from ironic.api import expose
from ironic.common import exception
from ironic.common.i18n import _
from ironic.common import policy
from ironic.drivers import base as driver_base


METRICS = metrics_utils.get_metrics_logger(__name__)

# Property information for drivers:
#   key = driver name;
#   value = dictionary of properties of that driver:
#             key = property name.
#             value = description of the property.
# NOTE(rloo). This is cached for the lifetime of the API service. If one or
# more conductor services are restarted with new driver versions, the API
# service should be restarted.
_DRIVER_PROPERTIES = {}

# Vendor information for drivers:
#   key = driver name;
#   value = dictionary of vendor methods of that driver:
#             key = method name.
#             value = dictionary with the metadata of that method.
# NOTE(lucasagomes). This is cached for the lifetime of the API
# service. If one or more conductor services are restarted with new driver
# versions, the API service should be restarted.
_VENDOR_METHODS = {}

# RAID (logical disk) configuration information for drivers:
#   key = driver name;
#   value = dictionary of RAID configuration information of that driver:
#             key = property name.
#             value = description of the property
# NOTE(rloo). This is cached for the lifetime of the API service. If one or
# more conductor services are restarted with new driver versions, the API
# service should be restarted.
_RAID_PROPERTIES = {}


def hide_fields_in_newer_versions(obj):
    """This method hides fields that were added in newer API versions.

    Certain fields were introduced at certain API versions.
    These fields are only made available when the request's API version
    matches or exceeds the versions when these fields were introduced.
    """
    if not api_utils.allow_storage_interface():
        obj.default_storage_interface = wsme.Unset
        obj.enabled_storage_interfaces = wsme.Unset

    if not api_utils.allow_rescue_interface():
        obj.default_rescue_interface = wsme.Unset
        obj.enabled_rescue_interfaces = wsme.Unset


[docs]class Driver(base.APIBase): """API representation of a driver.""" name = wtypes.text """The name of the driver""" hosts = [wtypes.text] """A list of active conductors that support this driver""" type = wtypes.text """Whether the driver is classic or dynamic (hardware type)""" links = wsme.wsattr([link.Link], readonly=True) """A list containing self and bookmark links""" properties = wsme.wsattr([link.Link], readonly=True) """A list containing links to driver properties""" """Default interface for a hardware type""" default_boot_interface = wtypes.text default_console_interface = wtypes.text default_deploy_interface = wtypes.text default_inspect_interface = wtypes.text default_management_interface = wtypes.text default_network_interface = wtypes.text default_power_interface = wtypes.text default_raid_interface = wtypes.text default_rescue_interface = wtypes.text default_storage_interface = wtypes.text default_vendor_interface = wtypes.text """A list of enabled interfaces for a hardware type""" enabled_boot_interfaces = [wtypes.text] enabled_console_interfaces = [wtypes.text] enabled_deploy_interfaces = [wtypes.text] enabled_inspect_interfaces = [wtypes.text] enabled_management_interfaces = [wtypes.text] enabled_network_interfaces = [wtypes.text] enabled_power_interfaces = [wtypes.text] enabled_raid_interfaces = [wtypes.text] enabled_rescue_interfaces = [wtypes.text] enabled_storage_interfaces = [wtypes.text] enabled_vendor_interfaces = [wtypes.text]
[docs] @classmethod def sample(cls): attrs = { 'name': 'sample-driver', 'hosts': ['fake-host'], 'type': 'classic', } for iface_type in driver_base.ALL_INTERFACES: attrs['default_%s_interface' % iface_type] = None attrs['enabled_%s_interfaces' % iface_type] = None sample = cls(**attrs) return sample
[docs]class DriverList(base.APIBase): """API representation of a list of drivers.""" drivers = [Driver] """A list containing drivers objects"""
[docs] @classmethod def sample(cls): sample = cls() sample.drivers = [Driver.sample()] return sample
[docs]class DriverPassthruController(rest.RestController): """REST controller for driver passthru. This controller allow vendors to expose cross-node functionality in the Ironic API. Ironic will merely relay the message from here to the specified driver, no introspection will be made in the message body. """ _custom_actions = { 'methods': ['GET'] }
[docs] @METRICS.timer('DriverPassthruController.methods') @expose.expose(wtypes.text, wtypes.text) def methods(self, driver_name): """Retrieve information about vendor methods of the given driver. :param driver_name: name of the driver. :returns: dictionary with <vendor method name>:<method metadata> entries. :raises: DriverNotFound if the driver name is invalid or the driver cannot be loaded. """ cdict = pecan.request.context.to_policy_values() policy.authorize('baremetal:driver:vendor_passthru', cdict, cdict) if driver_name not in _VENDOR_METHODS: topic = pecan.request.rpcapi.get_topic_for_driver(driver_name) ret = pecan.request.rpcapi.get_driver_vendor_passthru_methods( pecan.request.context, driver_name, topic=topic) _VENDOR_METHODS[driver_name] = ret return _VENDOR_METHODS[driver_name]
@METRICS.timer('DriverPassthruController._default') @expose.expose(wtypes.text, wtypes.text, wtypes.text, body=wtypes.text) def _default(self, driver_name, method, data=None): """Call a driver API extension. :param driver_name: name of the driver to call. :param method: name of the method, to be passed to the vendor implementation. :param data: body of data to supply to the specified method. """ cdict = pecan.request.context.to_policy_values() policy.authorize('baremetal:driver:vendor_passthru', cdict, cdict) topic = pecan.request.rpcapi.get_topic_for_driver(driver_name) return api_utils.vendor_passthru(driver_name, method, topic, data=data, driver_passthru=True)
[docs]class DriverRaidController(rest.RestController): _custom_actions = { 'logical_disk_properties': ['GET'] }
[docs] @METRICS.timer('DriverRaidController.logical_disk_properties') @expose.expose(types.jsontype, wtypes.text) def logical_disk_properties(self, driver_name): """Returns the logical disk properties for the driver. :param driver_name: Name of the driver. :returns: A dictionary containing the properties that can be mentioned for logical disks and a textual description for them. :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension if the driver doesn't support RAID configuration. :raises: NotAcceptable, if requested version of the API is less than 1.12. :raises: DriverNotFound, if driver is not loaded on any of the conductors. """ cdict = pecan.request.context.to_policy_values() policy.authorize('baremetal:driver:get_raid_logical_disk_properties', cdict, cdict) if not api_utils.allow_raid_config(): raise exception.NotAcceptable() if driver_name not in _RAID_PROPERTIES: topic = pecan.request.rpcapi.get_topic_for_driver(driver_name) try: info = pecan.request.rpcapi.get_raid_logical_disk_properties( pecan.request.context, driver_name, topic=topic) except exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension as e: # Change error code as 404 seems appropriate because RAID is a # standard interface and all drivers might not have it. e.code = http_client.NOT_FOUND raise _RAID_PROPERTIES[driver_name] = info return _RAID_PROPERTIES[driver_name]
[docs]class DriversController(rest.RestController): """REST controller for Drivers.""" vendor_passthru = DriverPassthruController() raid = DriverRaidController() """Expose RAID as a sub-element of drivers""" _custom_actions = { 'properties': ['GET'], }
[docs] @METRICS.timer('DriversController.get_all') @expose.expose(DriverList, wtypes.text, types.boolean) def get_all(self, type=None, detail=None): """Retrieve a list of drivers.""" # FIXME(deva): formatting of the auto-generated REST API docs # will break from a single-line doc string. # This is a result of a bug in sphinxcontrib-pecanwsme # https://github.com/dreamhost/sphinxcontrib-pecanwsme/issues/8 cdict = pecan.request.context.to_policy_values() policy.authorize('baremetal:driver:get', cdict, cdict) api_utils.check_allow_driver_detail(detail) api_utils.check_allow_filter_driver_type(type) if type not in (None, 'classic', 'dynamic'): raise exception.Invalid(_( '"type" filter must be one of "classic" or "dynamic", ' 'if specified.')) driver_list = {} hw_type_dict = {} if type is None or type == 'classic': driver_list = pecan.request.dbapi.get_active_driver_dict() if type is None or type == 'dynamic': hw_type_dict = pecan.request.dbapi.get_active_hardware_type_dict() return DriverList.convert_with_links(driver_list, hw_type_dict, detail=detail)
[docs] @METRICS.timer('DriversController.get_one') @expose.expose(Driver, wtypes.text) def get_one(self, driver_name): """Retrieve a single driver.""" # NOTE(russell_h): There is no way to make this more efficient than # retrieving a list of drivers using the current sqlalchemy schema, but # this path must be exposed for Pecan to route any paths we might # choose to expose below it. cdict = pecan.request.context.to_policy_values() policy.authorize('baremetal:driver:get', cdict, cdict) def _find_driver(driver_dict, driver_type): for name, hosts in driver_dict.items(): if name == driver_name: return Driver.convert_with_links(name, list(hosts), driver_type, detail=True) hw_type_dict = pecan.request.dbapi.get_active_hardware_type_dict() driver = _find_driver(hw_type_dict, 'dynamic') if driver: return driver driver_dict = pecan.request.dbapi.get_active_driver_dict() driver = _find_driver(driver_dict, 'classic') if driver: return driver raise exception.DriverNotFound(driver_name=driver_name)
[docs] @METRICS.timer('DriversController.properties') @expose.expose(wtypes.text, wtypes.text) def properties(self, driver_name): """Retrieve property information of the given driver. :param driver_name: name of the driver. :returns: dictionary with <property name>:<property description> entries. :raises: DriverNotFound (HTTP 404) if the driver name is invalid or the driver cannot be loaded. """ cdict = pecan.request.context.to_policy_values() policy.authorize('baremetal:driver:get_properties', cdict, cdict) if driver_name not in _DRIVER_PROPERTIES: topic = pecan.request.rpcapi.get_topic_for_driver(driver_name) properties = pecan.request.rpcapi.get_driver_properties( pecan.request.context, driver_name, topic=topic) _DRIVER_PROPERTIES[driver_name] = properties return _DRIVER_PROPERTIES[driver_name]
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