ironic.common.dhcp_factory

Source code for ironic.common.dhcp_factory

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from oslo_concurrency import lockutils
import stevedore

from ironic.common import exception
from ironic.conf import CONF

_dhcp_provider = None

EM_SEMAPHORE = 'dhcp_provider'


[docs]class DHCPFactory(object): # NOTE(lucasagomes): Instantiate a stevedore.driver.DriverManager # only once, the first time DHCPFactory.__init__ # is called. _dhcp_provider = None def __init__(self, **kwargs): if not DHCPFactory._dhcp_provider: DHCPFactory._set_dhcp_provider(**kwargs) # NOTE(lucasagomes): Use lockutils to avoid a potential race in eventlet # that might try to create two dhcp factories. @classmethod @lockutils.synchronized(EM_SEMAPHORE) def _set_dhcp_provider(cls, **kwargs): """Initialize the dhcp provider :raises: DHCPLoadError if the dhcp_provider cannot be loaded. """ # NOTE(lucasagomes): In case multiple greenthreads queue up on # this lock before _dhcp_provider is initialized, # prevent creation of multiple DriverManager. if cls._dhcp_provider: return dhcp_provider_name = CONF.dhcp.dhcp_provider try: _extension_manager = stevedore.driver.DriverManager( 'ironic.dhcp', dhcp_provider_name, invoke_kwds=kwargs, invoke_on_load=True) except Exception as e: raise exception.DHCPLoadError( dhcp_provider_name=dhcp_provider_name, reason=e ) cls._dhcp_provider = _extension_manager.driver
[docs] def update_dhcp(self, task, dhcp_opts, ports=None): """Send or update the DHCP BOOT options for this node. :param task: A TaskManager instance. :param dhcp_opts: this will be a list of dicts, e.g. :: [{'opt_name': '67', 'opt_value': 'pxelinux.0'}, {'opt_name': '66', 'opt_value': '123.123.123.456'}] :param ports: A dict with keys 'ports' and 'portgroups' and dicts as values. Each dict has key/value pairs of the form <ironic UUID>:<neutron port UUID>. e.g. :: {'ports': {'port.uuid': vif.id}, 'portgroups': {'portgroup.uuid': vif.id}} If the value is None, will get the list of ports/portgroups from the Ironic port/portgroup objects. """ self.provider.update_dhcp_opts(task, dhcp_opts, ports)
[docs] def clean_dhcp(self, task): """Clean up the DHCP BOOT options for this node. :param task: A TaskManager instance. """ self.provider.clean_dhcp_opts(task)
@property def provider(self): return self._dhcp_provider
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