ironic.conductor.manager

Source code for ironic.conductor.manager

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"""Conduct all activity related to bare-metal deployments.

A single instance of :py:class:`ironic.conductor.manager.ConductorManager` is
created within the *ironic-conductor* process, and is responsible for
performing all actions on bare metal resources (Chassis, Nodes, and Ports).
Commands are received via RPCs. The conductor service also performs periodic
tasks, eg.  to monitor the status of active deployments.

Drivers are loaded via entrypoints by the
:py:class:`ironic.common.driver_factory` class. Each driver is instantiated
only once, when the ConductorManager service starts.  In this way, a single
ConductorManager may use multiple drivers, and manage heterogeneous hardware.

When multiple :py:class:`ConductorManager` are run on different hosts, they are
all active and cooperatively manage all nodes in the deployment.  Nodes are
locked by each conductor when performing actions which change the state of that
node; these locks are represented by the
:py:class:`ironic.conductor.task_manager.TaskManager` class.

A `tooz.hashring.HashRing
<https://git.openstack.org/cgit/openstack/tooz/tree/tooz/hashring.py>`_
is used to distribute nodes across the set of active conductors which support
each node's driver.  Rebalancing this ring can trigger various actions by each
conductor, such as building or tearing down the TFTP environment for a node,
notifying Neutron of a change, etc.
"""

import collections
import datetime
import tempfile

import eventlet
from futurist import periodics
from futurist import waiters
from ironic_lib import metrics_utils
from oslo_db import exception as db_exception
from oslo_log import log
import oslo_messaging as messaging
from oslo_utils import excutils
from oslo_utils import uuidutils
from six.moves import queue

from ironic.common import driver_factory
from ironic.common import exception
from ironic.common.glance_service import service_utils as glance_utils
from ironic.common.i18n import _
from ironic.common import images
from ironic.common import network
from ironic.common import states
from ironic.common import swift
from ironic.conductor import base_manager
from ironic.conductor import notification_utils as notify_utils
from ironic.conductor import task_manager
from ironic.conductor import utils
from ironic.conf import CONF
from ironic.drivers import base as drivers_base
from ironic.drivers import hardware_type
from ironic import objects
from ironic.objects import base as objects_base
from ironic.objects import fields

MANAGER_TOPIC = 'ironic.conductor_manager'

LOG = log.getLogger(__name__)

METRICS = metrics_utils.get_metrics_logger(__name__)

SYNC_EXCLUDED_STATES = (states.DEPLOYWAIT, states.CLEANWAIT, states.ENROLL)

# NOTE(sambetts) This list is used to keep track of deprecation warnings that
# have already been issued for deploy drivers that do not accept the
# agent_version parameter and need updating.
_SEEN_AGENT_VERSION_DEPRECATIONS = []


[docs]class ConductorManager(base_manager.BaseConductorManager): """Ironic Conductor manager main class.""" # NOTE(rloo): This must be in sync with rpcapi.ConductorAPI's. # NOTE(pas-ha): This also must be in sync with # ironic.common.release_mappings.RELEASE_MAPPING['master'] RPC_API_VERSION = '1.44' target = messaging.Target(version=RPC_API_VERSION) def __init__(self, host, topic): super(ConductorManager, self).__init__(host, topic) self.power_state_sync_count = collections.defaultdict(int) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.create_node') # No need to add these since they are subclasses of InvalidParameterValue: # InterfaceNotFoundInEntrypoint # IncompatibleInterface, # NoValidDefaultForInterface # MustBeNone @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.DriverNotFound) def create_node(self, context, node_obj): """Create a node in database. :param context: an admin context :param node_obj: a created (but not saved to the database) node object. :returns: created node object. :raises: InterfaceNotFoundInEntrypoint if validation fails for any dynamic interfaces (e.g. network_interface). :raises: IncompatibleInterface if one or more of the requested interfaces are not compatible with the hardware type. :raises: NoValidDefaultForInterface if no default can be calculated for some interfaces, and explicit values must be provided. :raises: InvalidParameterValue if some fields fail validation. :raises: MustBeNone if one or more of the node's interface fields were specified when they should not be. :raises: DriverNotFound if the driver or hardware type is not found. """ LOG.debug("RPC create_node called for node %s.", node_obj.uuid) driver_factory.check_and_update_node_interfaces(node_obj) node_obj.create() return node_obj @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.update_node') # No need to add these since they are subclasses of InvalidParameterValue: # InterfaceNotFoundInEntrypoint # IncompatibleInterface, # NoValidDefaultForInterface # MustBeNone @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.NodeLocked, exception.InvalidState, exception.DriverNotFound) def update_node(self, context, node_obj): """Update a node with the supplied data. This method is the main "hub" for PUT and PATCH requests in the API. It ensures that the requested change is safe to perform, validates the parameters with the node's driver, if necessary. :param context: an admin context :param node_obj: a changed (but not saved) node object. :raises: NoValidDefaultForInterface if no default can be calculated for some interfaces, and explicit values must be provided. :raises: MustBeNone if one or more of the node's interface fields were specified when they should not be. """ node_id = node_obj.uuid LOG.debug("RPC update_node called for node %s.", node_id) # NOTE(jroll) clear maintenance_reason if node.update sets # maintenance to False for backwards compatibility, for tools # not using the maintenance endpoint. delta = node_obj.obj_what_changed() if 'maintenance' in delta and not node_obj.maintenance: node_obj.maintenance_reason = None # TODO(dtantsur): reconsider allowing changing some (but not all) # interfaces for active nodes in the future. allowed_update_states = [states.ENROLL, states.INSPECTING, states.MANAGEABLE, states.AVAILABLE] action = _("Node %(node)s can not have %(field)s " "updated unless it is in one of allowed " "(%(allowed)s) states or in maintenance mode.") for iface in drivers_base.ALL_INTERFACES: interface_field = '%s_interface' % iface if interface_field not in delta: continue if not (node_obj.provision_state in allowed_update_states or node_obj.maintenance): raise exception.InvalidState( action % {'node': node_obj.uuid, 'allowed': ', '.join(allowed_update_states), 'field': interface_field}) driver_factory.check_and_update_node_interfaces(node_obj) # NOTE(dtantsur): if we're updating the driver from an invalid value, # loading the old driver may be impossible. Since we only need to # update the node record in the database, skip loading the driver # completely. with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=False, load_driver=False, purpose='node update') as task: # Prevent instance_uuid overwriting if ('instance_uuid' in delta and node_obj.instance_uuid and task.node.instance_uuid): raise exception.NodeAssociated( node=node_id, instance=task.node.instance_uuid) # NOTE(dtantsur): if the resource class is changed for an active # instance, nova will not update its internal record. That will # result in the new resource class exposed on the node as available # for consumption, and nova may try to schedule on this node again. if ('resource_class' in delta and task.node.resource_class and task.node.provision_state not in allowed_update_states): raise exception.InvalidState( action % {'node': node_obj.uuid, 'allowed': ', '.join(allowed_update_states), 'field': 'resource_class'}) node_obj.save() return node_obj @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.change_node_power_state') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.NoFreeConductorWorker, exception.NodeLocked) def change_node_power_state(self, context, node_id, new_state, timeout=None): """RPC method to encapsulate changes to a node's state. Perform actions such as power on, power off. The validation is performed synchronously, and if successful, the power action is updated in the background (asynchronously). Once the power action is finished and successful, it updates the power_state for the node with the new power state. :param context: an admin context. :param node_id: the id or uuid of a node. :param new_state: the desired power state of the node. :param timeout: timeout (in seconds) positive integer (> 0) for any power state. ``None`` indicates to use default timeout. :raises: NoFreeConductorWorker when there is no free worker to start async task. :raises: InvalidParameterValue :raises: MissingParameterValue """ LOG.debug("RPC change_node_power_state called for node %(node)s. " "The desired new state is %(state)s.", {'node': node_id, 'state': new_state}) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=False, purpose='changing node power state') as task: task.driver.power.validate(task) if (new_state not in task.driver.power.get_supported_power_states(task)): # FIXME(naohirot): # After driver composition, we should print power interface # name here instead of driver. raise exception.InvalidParameterValue( _('The driver %(driver)s does not support the power state,' ' %(state)s') % {'driver': task.node.driver, 'state': new_state}) if new_state in (states.SOFT_REBOOT, states.SOFT_POWER_OFF): power_timeout = (timeout or CONF.conductor.soft_power_off_timeout) else: power_timeout = timeout # Set the target_power_state and clear any last_error, since we're # starting a new operation. This will expose to other processes # and clients that work is in progress. if new_state in (states.POWER_ON, states.REBOOT, states.SOFT_REBOOT): task.node.target_power_state = states.POWER_ON else: task.node.target_power_state = states.POWER_OFF task.node.last_error = None task.node.save() task.set_spawn_error_hook(utils.power_state_error_handler, task.node, task.node.power_state) task.spawn_after(self._spawn_worker, utils.node_power_action, task, new_state, timeout=power_timeout) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.vendor_passthru') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NoFreeConductorWorker, exception.NodeLocked, exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension) def vendor_passthru(self, context, node_id, driver_method, http_method, info): """RPC method to encapsulate vendor action. Synchronously validate driver specific info, and if successful invoke the vendor method. If the method mode is 'async' the conductor will start background worker to perform vendor action. :param context: an admin context. :param node_id: the id or uuid of a node. :param driver_method: the name of the vendor method. :param http_method: the HTTP method used for the request. :param info: vendor method args. :raises: InvalidParameterValue if supplied info is not valid. :raises: MissingParameterValue if missing supplied info :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension if current driver does not have vendor interface or method is unsupported. :raises: NoFreeConductorWorker when there is no free worker to start async task. :raises: NodeLocked if the vendor passthru method requires an exclusive lock but the node is locked by another conductor :returns: A dictionary containing: :return: The response of the invoked vendor method :async: Boolean value. Whether the method was invoked asynchronously (True) or synchronously (False). When invoked asynchronously the response will be always None. :attach: Boolean value. Whether to attach the response of the invoked vendor method to the HTTP response object (True) or return it in the response body (False). """ LOG.debug("RPC vendor_passthru called for node %s.", node_id) # NOTE(mariojv): Not all vendor passthru methods require an exclusive # lock on a node, so we acquire a shared lock initially. If a method # requires an exclusive lock, we'll acquire one after checking # vendor_opts before starting validation. with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=True, purpose='calling vendor passthru') as task: if not getattr(task.driver, 'vendor', None): raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension( driver=task.node.driver, extension='vendor interface') vendor_iface = task.driver.vendor try: vendor_opts = vendor_iface.vendor_routes[driver_method] vendor_func = vendor_opts['func'] except KeyError: raise exception.InvalidParameterValue( _('No handler for method %s') % driver_method) http_method = http_method.upper() if http_method not in vendor_opts['http_methods']: raise exception.InvalidParameterValue( _('The method %(method)s does not support HTTP %(http)s') % {'method': driver_method, 'http': http_method}) # Change shared lock to exclusive if a vendor method requires # it. Vendor methods default to requiring an exclusive lock. if vendor_opts['require_exclusive_lock']: task.upgrade_lock() vendor_iface.validate(task, method=driver_method, http_method=http_method, **info) # Inform the vendor method which HTTP method it was invoked with info['http_method'] = http_method # Invoke the vendor method accordingly with the mode is_async = vendor_opts['async'] ret = None if is_async: task.spawn_after(self._spawn_worker, vendor_func, task, **info) else: ret = vendor_func(task, **info) return {'return': ret, 'async': is_async, 'attach': vendor_opts['attach']} @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.driver_vendor_passthru') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NoFreeConductorWorker, exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension, exception.DriverNotFound, exception.NoValidDefaultForInterface, exception.InterfaceNotFoundInEntrypoint) def driver_vendor_passthru(self, context, driver_name, driver_method, http_method, info): """Handle top-level vendor actions. RPC method which handles driver-level vendor passthru calls. These calls don't require a node UUID and are executed on a random conductor with the specified driver. If the method mode is async the conductor will start background worker to perform vendor action. For dynamic drivers, the calculated default vendor interface is used. :param context: an admin context. :param driver_name: name of the driver or hardware type on which to call the method. :param driver_method: name of the vendor method, for use by the driver. :param http_method: the HTTP method used for the request. :param info: user-supplied data to pass through to the driver. :raises: MissingParameterValue if missing supplied info :raises: InvalidParameterValue if supplied info is not valid. :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension if current driver does not have vendor interface, if the vendor interface does not implement driver-level vendor passthru or if the passthru method is unsupported. :raises: DriverNotFound if the supplied driver is not loaded. :raises: NoFreeConductorWorker when there is no free worker to start async task. :raises: NoValidDefaultForInterface if no default interface implementation can be found for this driver's vendor interface. :raises: InterfaceNotFoundInEntrypoint if the default interface for a hardware type is invalid. :returns: A dictionary containing: :return: The response of the invoked vendor method :async: Boolean value. Whether the method was invoked asynchronously (True) or synchronously (False). When invoked asynchronously the response will be always None. :attach: Boolean value. Whether to attach the response of the invoked vendor method to the HTTP response object (True) or return it in the response body (False). """ # Any locking in a top-level vendor action will need to be done by the # implementation, as there is little we could reasonably lock on here. LOG.debug("RPC driver_vendor_passthru for driver %s.", driver_name) driver = driver_factory.get_driver_or_hardware_type(driver_name) vendor = None if isinstance(driver, hardware_type.AbstractHardwareType): vendor_name = driver_factory.default_interface( driver, 'vendor', driver_name=driver_name) vendor = driver_factory.get_interface(driver, 'vendor', vendor_name) else: vendor = getattr(driver, 'vendor', None) if not vendor: raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension( driver=driver_name, extension='vendor interface') try: vendor_opts = vendor.driver_routes[driver_method] vendor_func = vendor_opts['func'] except KeyError: raise exception.InvalidParameterValue( _('No handler for method %s') % driver_method) http_method = http_method.upper() if http_method not in vendor_opts['http_methods']: raise exception.InvalidParameterValue( _('The method %(method)s does not support HTTP %(http)s') % {'method': driver_method, 'http': http_method}) # Inform the vendor method which HTTP method it was invoked with info['http_method'] = http_method # Invoke the vendor method accordingly with the mode is_async = vendor_opts['async'] ret = None vendor.driver_validate(method=driver_method, **info) if is_async: self._spawn_worker(vendor_func, context, **info) else: ret = vendor_func(context, **info) return {'return': ret, 'async': is_async, 'attach': vendor_opts['attach']} @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.get_node_vendor_passthru_methods') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension) def get_node_vendor_passthru_methods(self, context, node_id): """Retrieve information about vendor methods of the given node. :param context: an admin context. :param node_id: the id or uuid of a node. :returns: dictionary of <method name>:<method metadata> entries. """ LOG.debug("RPC get_node_vendor_passthru_methods called for node %s", node_id) lock_purpose = 'listing vendor passthru methods' with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=True, purpose=lock_purpose) as task: if not getattr(task.driver, 'vendor', None): raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension( driver=task.node.driver, extension='vendor interface') return get_vendor_passthru_metadata( task.driver.vendor.vendor_routes) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.get_driver_vendor_passthru_methods') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension, exception.DriverNotFound, exception.NoValidDefaultForInterface, exception.InterfaceNotFoundInEntrypoint) def get_driver_vendor_passthru_methods(self, context, driver_name): """Retrieve information about vendor methods of the given driver. For dynamic drivers, the default vendor interface is used. :param context: an admin context. :param driver_name: name of the driver or hardware_type :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension if current driver does not have vendor interface. :raises: DriverNotFound if the supplied driver is not loaded. :raises: NoValidDefaultForInterface if no default interface implementation can be found for this driver's vendor interface. :raises: InterfaceNotFoundInEntrypoint if the default interface for a hardware type is invalid. :returns: dictionary of <method name>:<method metadata> entries. """ # Any locking in a top-level vendor action will need to be done by the # implementation, as there is little we could reasonably lock on here. LOG.debug("RPC get_driver_vendor_passthru_methods for driver %s", driver_name) driver = driver_factory.get_driver_or_hardware_type(driver_name) vendor = None if isinstance(driver, hardware_type.AbstractHardwareType): vendor_name = driver_factory.default_interface( driver, 'vendor', driver_name=driver_name) vendor = driver_factory.get_interface(driver, 'vendor', vendor_name) else: vendor = getattr(driver, 'vendor', None) if not vendor: raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension( driver=driver_name, extension='vendor interface') return get_vendor_passthru_metadata(vendor.driver_routes) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.do_node_rescue') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NoFreeConductorWorker, exception.NodeInMaintenance, exception.NodeLocked, exception.InstanceRescueFailure, exception.InvalidStateRequested, exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension ) def do_node_rescue(self, context, node_id, rescue_password): """RPC method to rescue an existing node deployment. Validate driver specific information synchronously, and then spawn a background worker to rescue the node asynchronously. :param context: an admin context. :param node_id: the id or uuid of a node. :param rescue_password: string to be set as the password inside the rescue environment. :raises: InstanceRescueFailure if the node cannot be placed into rescue mode. :raises: InvalidStateRequested if the state transition is not supported or allowed. :raises: NoFreeConductorWorker when there is no free worker to start async task. :raises: NodeLocked if the node is locked by another conductor. :raises: NodeInMaintenance if the node is in maintenance mode. :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension if rescue interface is not supported by the driver. """ LOG.debug("RPC do_node_rescue called for node %s.", node_id) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, purpose='node rescue') as task: node = task.node if node.maintenance: raise exception.NodeInMaintenance(op=_('rescuing'), node=node.uuid) if not getattr(task.driver, 'rescue', None): raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension( driver=node.driver, extension='rescue') # driver validation may check rescue_password, so save it on the # node early instance_info = node.instance_info instance_info['rescue_password'] = rescue_password node.instance_info = instance_info node.save() try: task.driver.power.validate(task) task.driver.rescue.validate(task) task.driver.network.validate(task) except (exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension, exception.MissingParameterValue) as e: utils.remove_node_rescue_password(node, save=True) raise exception.InstanceRescueFailure( instance=node.instance_uuid, node=node.uuid, reason=_("Validation failed. Error: %s") % e) try: task.process_event( 'rescue', callback=self._spawn_worker, call_args=(self._do_node_rescue, task), err_handler=utils.spawn_rescue_error_handler) except exception.InvalidState: utils.remove_node_rescue_password(node, save=True) raise exception.InvalidStateRequested( action='rescue', node=node.uuid, state=node.provision_state) def _do_node_rescue(self, task): """Internal RPC method to rescue an existing node deployment.""" node = task.node def handle_failure(e, errmsg, log_func=LOG.error): utils.remove_node_rescue_password(node, save=False) node.last_error = errmsg % e task.process_event('fail') log_func('Error while performing rescue operation for node ' '%(node)s with instance %(instance)s: %(err)s', {'node': node.uuid, 'instance': node.instance_uuid, 'err': e}) try: next_state = task.driver.rescue.rescue(task) except exception.IronicException as e: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): handle_failure(e, _('Failed to rescue: %s')) except Exception as e: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): handle_failure(e, _('Failed to rescue. Exception: %s'), log_func=LOG.exception) if next_state == states.RESCUEWAIT: task.process_event('wait') elif next_state == states.RESCUE: task.process_event('done') else: error = (_("Driver returned unexpected state %s") % next_state) handle_failure(error, _('Failed to rescue: %s')) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.do_node_unrescue') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NoFreeConductorWorker, exception.NodeInMaintenance, exception.NodeLocked, exception.InstanceUnrescueFailure, exception.InvalidStateRequested, exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension ) def do_node_unrescue(self, context, node_id): """RPC method to unrescue a node in rescue mode. Validate driver specific information synchronously, and then spawn a background worker to unrescue the node asynchronously. :param context: an admin context. :param node_id: the id or uuid of a node. :raises: InstanceUnrescueFailure if the node fails to be unrescued :raises: InvalidStateRequested if the state transition is not supported or allowed. :raises: NoFreeConductorWorker when there is no free worker to start async task :raises: NodeLocked if the node is locked by another conductor. :raises: NodeInMaintenance if the node is in maintenance mode. :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension if rescue interface is not supported by the driver. """ LOG.debug("RPC do_node_unrescue called for node %s.", node_id) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, purpose='node unrescue') as task: node = task.node if node.maintenance: raise exception.NodeInMaintenance(op=_('unrescuing'), node=node.uuid) if not getattr(task.driver, 'rescue', None): raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension( driver=node.driver, extension='rescue') try: task.driver.power.validate(task) except (exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.MissingParameterValue) as e: raise exception.InstanceUnrescueFailure( instance=node.instance_uuid, node=node.uuid, reason=_("Validation failed. Error: %s") % e) try: task.process_event( 'unrescue', callback=self._spawn_worker, call_args=(self._do_node_unrescue, task), err_handler=utils.provisioning_error_handler) except exception.InvalidState: raise exception.InvalidStateRequested( action='unrescue', node=node.uuid, state=node.provision_state) def _do_node_unrescue(self, task): """Internal RPC method to unrescue a node in rescue mode.""" node = task.node def handle_failure(e, errmsg, log_func=LOG.error): node.last_error = errmsg % e task.process_event('fail') log_func('Error while performing unrescue operation for node ' '%(node)s with instance %(instance)s: %(err)s', {'node': node.uuid, 'instance': node.instance_uuid, 'err': e}) try: next_state = task.driver.rescue.unrescue(task) except exception.IronicException as e: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): handle_failure(e, _('Failed to unrescue: %s')) except Exception as e: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): handle_failure(e, _('Failed to unrescue. Exception: %s'), log_func=LOG.exception) if next_state == states.ACTIVE: task.process_event('done') else: error = (_("Driver returned unexpected state %s") % next_state) handle_failure(error, _('Failed to unrescue: %s')) @task_manager.require_exclusive_lock def _do_node_rescue_abort(self, task): """Internal method to abort an ongoing rescue operation. :param task: a TaskManager instance with an exclusive lock """ node = task.node try: task.driver.rescue.clean_up(task) except Exception as e: LOG.exception('Failed to clean up rescue for node %(node)s ' 'after aborting the operation. Error: %(err)s', {'node': node.uuid, 'err': e}) error_msg = _('Failed to clean up rescue after aborting ' 'the operation') node.refresh() node.last_error = error_msg node.maintenance = True node.maintenance_reason = error_msg node.save() return info_message = _('Rescue operation aborted for node %s.') % node.uuid last_error = _('By request, the rescue operation was aborted.') node.refresh() node.last_error = last_error node.save() LOG.info(info_message) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.do_node_deploy') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NoFreeConductorWorker, exception.NodeLocked, exception.NodeInMaintenance, exception.InstanceDeployFailure, exception.InvalidStateRequested) def do_node_deploy(self, context, node_id, rebuild=False, configdrive=None): """RPC method to initiate deployment to a node. Initiate the deployment of a node. Validations are done synchronously and the actual deploy work is performed in background (asynchronously). :param context: an admin context. :param node_id: the id or uuid of a node. :param rebuild: True if this is a rebuild request. A rebuild will recreate the instance on the same node, overwriting all disk. The ephemeral partition, if it exists, can optionally be preserved. :param configdrive: Optional. A gzipped and base64 encoded configdrive. :raises: InstanceDeployFailure :raises: NodeInMaintenance if the node is in maintenance mode. :raises: NoFreeConductorWorker when there is no free worker to start async task. :raises: InvalidStateRequested when the requested state is not a valid target from the current state. """ LOG.debug("RPC do_node_deploy called for node %s.", node_id) # NOTE(comstud): If the _sync_power_states() periodic task happens # to have locked this node, we'll fail to acquire the lock. The # client should perhaps retry in this case unless we decide we # want to add retries or extra synchronization here. with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=False, purpose='node deployment') as task: node = task.node if node.maintenance: raise exception.NodeInMaintenance(op=_('provisioning'), node=node.uuid) if rebuild: event = 'rebuild' # Note(gilliard) Clear these to force the driver to # check whether they have been changed in glance # NOTE(vdrok): If image_source is not from Glance we should # not clear kernel and ramdisk as they're input manually if glance_utils.is_glance_image( node.instance_info.get('image_source')): instance_info = node.instance_info instance_info.pop('kernel', None) instance_info.pop('ramdisk', None) node.instance_info = instance_info else: event = 'deploy' driver_internal_info = node.driver_internal_info # Infer the image type to make sure the deploy driver # validates only the necessary variables for different # image types. # NOTE(sirushtim): The iwdi variable can be None. It's up to # the deploy driver to validate this. iwdi = images.is_whole_disk_image(context, node.instance_info) driver_internal_info['is_whole_disk_image'] = iwdi node.driver_internal_info = driver_internal_info node.save() try: task.driver.power.validate(task) task.driver.deploy.validate(task) except exception.InvalidParameterValue as e: raise exception.InstanceDeployFailure( _("Failed to validate deploy or power info for node " "%(node_uuid)s. Error: %(msg)s") % {'node_uuid': node.uuid, 'msg': e}) LOG.debug("do_node_deploy Calling event: %(event)s for node: " "%(node)s", {'event': event, 'node': node.uuid}) try: task.process_event( event, callback=self._spawn_worker, call_args=(do_node_deploy, task, self.conductor.id, configdrive), err_handler=utils.provisioning_error_handler) except exception.InvalidState: raise exception.InvalidStateRequested( action=event, node=task.node.uuid, state=task.node.provision_state) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.do_node_tear_down') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NoFreeConductorWorker, exception.NodeLocked, exception.InstanceDeployFailure, exception.InvalidStateRequested) def do_node_tear_down(self, context, node_id): """RPC method to tear down an existing node deployment. Validate driver specific information synchronously, and then spawn a background worker to tear down the node asynchronously. :param context: an admin context. :param node_id: the id or uuid of a node. :raises: InstanceDeployFailure :raises: NoFreeConductorWorker when there is no free worker to start async task :raises: InvalidStateRequested when the requested state is not a valid target from the current state. """ LOG.debug("RPC do_node_tear_down called for node %s.", node_id) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=False, purpose='node tear down') as task: try: # NOTE(ghe): Valid power driver values are needed to perform # a tear-down. Deploy info is useful to purge the cache but not # required for this method. task.driver.power.validate(task) except exception.InvalidParameterValue as e: raise exception.InstanceDeployFailure(_( "Failed to validate power driver interface. " "Can not delete instance. Error: %(msg)s") % {'msg': e}) try: task.process_event( 'delete', callback=self._spawn_worker, call_args=(self._do_node_tear_down, task, task.node.provision_state), err_handler=utils.provisioning_error_handler) except exception.InvalidState: raise exception.InvalidStateRequested( action='delete', node=task.node.uuid, state=task.node.provision_state) @task_manager.require_exclusive_lock def _do_node_tear_down(self, task, initial_state): """Internal RPC method to tear down an existing node deployment. :param task: a task from TaskManager. :param initial_state: The initial provision state from which node has moved into deleting state. """ node = task.node try: if (initial_state in (states.RESCUEWAIT, states.RESCUE, states.UNRESCUEFAIL, states.RESCUEFAIL)): # Perform rescue clean up. Rescue clean up will remove # rescuing network as well. task.driver.rescue.clean_up(task) # stop the console # do it in this thread since we're already out of the main # conductor thread. if node.console_enabled: self._set_console_mode(task, False) task.driver.deploy.clean_up(task) task.driver.deploy.tear_down(task) except Exception as e: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): LOG.exception('Error in tear_down of node %(node)s: %(err)s', {'node': node.uuid, 'err': e}) node.last_error = _("Failed to tear down. Error: %s") % e task.process_event('error') else: # NOTE(deva): When tear_down finishes, the deletion is done, # cleaning will start next LOG.info('Successfully unprovisioned node %(node)s with ' 'instance %(instance)s.', {'node': node.uuid, 'instance': node.instance_uuid}) finally: # NOTE(deva): there is no need to unset conductor_affinity # because it is a reference to the most recent conductor which # deployed a node, and does not limit any future actions. # But we do need to clear the instance-related fields. node.instance_info = {} node.instance_uuid = None driver_internal_info = node.driver_internal_info driver_internal_info.pop('instance', None) node.driver_internal_info = driver_internal_info network.remove_vifs_from_node(task) node.save() # Begin cleaning task.process_event('clean') self._do_node_clean(task) def _get_node_next_clean_steps(self, task, skip_current_step=True): """Get the task's node's next clean steps. This determines what the next (remaining) clean steps are, and returns the index into the clean steps list that corresponds to the next clean step. The remaining clean steps are determined as follows: * If no clean steps have been started yet, all the clean steps must be executed * If skip_current_step is False, the remaining clean steps start with the current clean step. Otherwise, the remaining clean steps start with the clean step after the current one. All the clean steps for an automated or manual cleaning are in node.driver_internal_info['clean_steps']. node.clean_step is the current clean step that was just executed (or None, {} if no steps have been executed yet). node.driver_internal_info['clean_step_index'] is the index into the clean steps list (or None, doesn't exist if no steps have been executed yet) and corresponds to node.clean_step. :param task: A TaskManager object :param skip_current_step: True to skip the current clean step; False to include it. :returns: index of the next clean step; None if there are no clean steps to execute. """ node = task.node if not node.clean_step: # first time through, all steps need to be done. Return the # index of the first step in the list. return 0 ind = node.driver_internal_info.get('clean_step_index') if ind is None: return None if skip_current_step: ind += 1 if ind >= len(node.driver_internal_info['clean_steps']): # no steps left to do ind = None return ind @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.do_node_clean') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.InvalidStateRequested, exception.NodeInMaintenance, exception.NodeLocked, exception.NoFreeConductorWorker) def do_node_clean(self, context, node_id, clean_steps): """RPC method to initiate manual cleaning. :param context: an admin context. :param node_id: the ID or UUID of a node. :param clean_steps: an ordered list of clean steps that will be performed on the node. A clean step is a dictionary with required keys 'interface' and 'step', and optional key 'args'. If specified, the 'args' arguments are passed to the clean step method.:: { 'interface': <driver_interface>, 'step': <name_of_clean_step>, 'args': {<arg1>: <value1>, ..., <argn>: <valuen>} } For example (this isn't a real example, this clean step doesn't exist):: { 'interface': deploy', 'step': 'upgrade_firmware', 'args': {'force': True} } :raises: InvalidParameterValue if power validation fails. :raises: InvalidStateRequested if the node is not in manageable state. :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor. :raises: NoFreeConductorWorker when there is no free worker to start async task. """ with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=False, purpose='node manual cleaning') as task: node = task.node if node.maintenance: raise exception.NodeInMaintenance(op=_('cleaning'), node=node.uuid) # NOTE(rloo): _do_node_clean() will also make similar calls to # validate power & network, but we are doing it again here so that # the user gets immediate feedback of any issues. This behaviour # (of validating) is consistent with other methods like # self.do_node_deploy(). try: task.driver.power.validate(task) task.driver.network.validate(task) except exception.InvalidParameterValue as e: msg = (_('Validation failed. Cannot clean node %(node)s. ' 'Error: %(msg)s') % {'node': node.uuid, 'msg': e}) raise exception.InvalidParameterValue(msg) try: task.process_event( 'clean', callback=self._spawn_worker, call_args=(self._do_node_clean, task, clean_steps), err_handler=utils.provisioning_error_handler, target_state=states.MANAGEABLE) except exception.InvalidState: raise exception.InvalidStateRequested( action='manual clean', node=node.uuid, state=node.provision_state)
[docs] @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.continue_node_clean') def continue_node_clean(self, context, node_id): """RPC method to continue cleaning a node. This is useful for cleaning tasks that are async. When they complete, they call back via RPC, a new worker and lock are set up, and cleaning continues. This can also be used to resume cleaning on take_over. :param context: an admin context. :param node_id: the id or uuid of a node. :raises: InvalidStateRequested if the node is not in CLEANWAIT state :raises: NoFreeConductorWorker when there is no free worker to start async task :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor. :raises: NodeNotFound if the node no longer appears in the database """ LOG.debug("RPC continue_node_clean called for node %s.", node_id) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=False, purpose='continue node cleaning') as task: node = task.node if node.target_provision_state == states.MANAGEABLE: target_state = states.MANAGEABLE else: target_state = None if node.provision_state != states.CLEANWAIT: raise exception.InvalidStateRequested(_( 'Cannot continue cleaning on %(node)s, node is in ' '%(state)s state, should be %(clean_state)s') % {'node': node.uuid, 'state': node.provision_state, 'clean_state': states.CLEANWAIT}) info = node.driver_internal_info try: skip_current_step = info.pop('skip_current_clean_step') except KeyError: skip_current_step = True else: node.driver_internal_info = info node.save() next_step_index = self._get_node_next_clean_steps( task, skip_current_step=skip_current_step) # If this isn't the final clean step in the cleaning operation # and it is flagged to abort after the clean step that just # finished, we abort the cleaning operation. if node.clean_step.get('abort_after'): step_name = node.clean_step['step'] if next_step_index is not None: LOG.debug('The cleaning operation for node %(node)s was ' 'marked to be aborted after step "%(step)s ' 'completed. Aborting now that it has completed.', {'node': task.node.uuid, 'step': step_name}) task.process_event( 'abort', callback=self._spawn_worker, call_args=(self._do_node_clean_abort, task, step_name), err_handler=utils.provisioning_error_handler, target_state=target_state) return LOG.debug('The cleaning operation for node %(node)s was ' 'marked to be aborted after step "%(step)s" ' 'completed. However, since there are no more ' 'clean steps after this, the abort is not going ' 'to be done.', {'node': node.uuid, 'step': step_name}) task.process_event('resume', target_state=target_state) task.set_spawn_error_hook(utils.spawn_cleaning_error_handler, task.node) task.spawn_after( self._spawn_worker, self._do_next_clean_step, task, next_step_index)
@task_manager.require_exclusive_lock def _do_node_clean(self, task, clean_steps=None): """Internal RPC method to perform cleaning of a node. :param task: a TaskManager instance with an exclusive lock on its node :param clean_steps: For a manual clean, the list of clean steps to perform. Is None For automated cleaning (default). For more information, see the clean_steps parameter of :func:`ConductorManager.do_node_clean`. """ node = task.node manual_clean = clean_steps is not None clean_type = 'manual' if manual_clean else 'automated' LOG.debug('Starting %(type)s cleaning for node %(node)s', {'type': clean_type, 'node': node.uuid}) if not manual_clean and not CONF.conductor.automated_clean: # Skip cleaning, move to AVAILABLE. node.clean_step = None node.save() task.process_event('done') LOG.info('Automated cleaning is disabled, node %s has been ' 'successfully moved to AVAILABLE state.', node.uuid) return try: # NOTE(ghe): Valid power and network values are needed to perform # a cleaning. task.driver.power.validate(task) task.driver.network.validate(task) except exception.InvalidParameterValue as e: msg = (_('Validation failed. Cannot clean node %(node)s. ' 'Error: %(msg)s') % {'node': node.uuid, 'msg': e}) return utils.cleaning_error_handler(task, msg) if manual_clean: info = node.driver_internal_info info['clean_steps'] = clean_steps node.driver_internal_info = info node.save() # Allow the deploy driver to set up the ramdisk again (necessary for # IPA cleaning) try: prepare_result = task.driver.deploy.prepare_cleaning(task) except Exception as e: msg = (_('Failed to prepare node %(node)s for cleaning: %(e)s') % {'node': node.uuid, 'e': e}) LOG.exception(msg) return utils.cleaning_error_handler(task, msg) if prepare_result == states.CLEANWAIT: # Prepare is asynchronous, the deploy driver will need to # set node.driver_internal_info['clean_steps'] and # node.clean_step and then make an RPC call to # continue_node_cleaning to start cleaning. # For manual cleaning, the target provision state is MANAGEABLE, # whereas for automated cleaning, it is AVAILABLE (the default). target_state = states.MANAGEABLE if manual_clean else None task.process_event('wait', target_state=target_state) return try: utils.set_node_cleaning_steps(task) except (exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.NodeCleaningFailure) as e: msg = (_('Cannot clean node %(node)s. Error: %(msg)s') % {'node': node.uuid, 'msg': e}) return utils.cleaning_error_handler(task, msg) steps = node.driver_internal_info.get('clean_steps', []) step_index = 0 if steps else None self._do_next_clean_step(task, step_index) @task_manager.require_exclusive_lock def _do_next_clean_step(self, task, step_index): """Do cleaning, starting from the specified clean step. :param task: a TaskManager instance with an exclusive lock :param step_index: The first clean step in the list to execute. This is the index (from 0) into the list of clean steps in the node's driver_internal_info['clean_steps']. Is None if there are no steps to execute. """ node = task.node # For manual cleaning, the target provision state is MANAGEABLE, # whereas for automated cleaning, it is AVAILABLE. manual_clean = node.target_provision_state == states.MANAGEABLE driver_internal_info = node.driver_internal_info if step_index is None: steps = [] else: steps = driver_internal_info['clean_steps'][step_index:] LOG.info('Executing %(state)s on node %(node)s, remaining steps: ' '%(steps)s', {'node': node.uuid, 'steps': steps, 'state': node.provision_state}) # Execute each step until we hit an async step or run out of steps for ind, step in enumerate(steps): # Save which step we're about to start so we can restart # if necessary node.clean_step = step driver_internal_info['clean_step_index'] = step_index + ind node.driver_internal_info = driver_internal_info node.save() interface = getattr(task.driver, step.get('interface')) LOG.info('Executing %(step)s on node %(node)s', {'step': step, 'node': node.uuid}) try: result = interface.execute_clean_step(task, step) except Exception as e: msg = (_('Node %(node)s failed step %(step)s: ' '%(exc)s') % {'node': node.uuid, 'exc': e, 'step': node.clean_step}) LOG.exception(msg) utils.cleaning_error_handler(task, msg) return # Check if the step is done or not. The step should return # states.CLEANWAIT if the step is still being executed, or # None if the step is done. if result == states.CLEANWAIT: # Kill this worker, the async step will make an RPC call to # continue_node_clean to continue cleaning LOG.info('Clean step %(step)s on node %(node)s being ' 'executed asynchronously, waiting for driver.', {'node': node.uuid, 'step': step}) target_state = states.MANAGEABLE if manual_clean else None task.process_event('wait', target_state=target_state) return elif result is not None: msg = (_('While executing step %(step)s on node ' '%(node)s, step returned invalid value: %(val)s') % {'step': step, 'node': node.uuid, 'val': result}) LOG.error(msg) return utils.cleaning_error_handler(task, msg) LOG.info('Node %(node)s finished clean step %(step)s', {'node': node.uuid, 'step': step}) # Clear clean_step node.clean_step = None driver_internal_info['clean_steps'] = None driver_internal_info.pop('clean_step_index', None) node.driver_internal_info = driver_internal_info node.save() try: task.driver.deploy.tear_down_cleaning(task) except Exception as e: msg = (_('Failed to tear down from cleaning for node %(node)s, ' 'reason: %(err)s') % {'node': node.uuid, 'err': e}) LOG.exception(msg) return utils.cleaning_error_handler(task, msg, tear_down_cleaning=False) LOG.info('Node %s cleaning complete', node.uuid) event = 'manage' if manual_clean else 'done' # NOTE(rloo): No need to specify target prov. state; we're done task.process_event(event) @task_manager.require_exclusive_lock def _do_node_verify(self, task): """Internal method to perform power credentials verification.""" node = task.node LOG.debug('Starting power credentials verification for node %s', node.uuid) error = None try: task.driver.power.validate(task) except Exception as e: error = (_('Failed to validate power driver interface for node ' '%(node)s. Error: %(msg)s') % {'node': node.uuid, 'msg': e}) else: try: power_state = task.driver.power.get_power_state(task) except Exception as e: error = (_('Failed to get power state for node ' '%(node)s. Error: %(msg)s') % {'node': node.uuid, 'msg': e}) if error is None: if power_state != node.power_state: old_power_state = node.power_state node.power_state = power_state task.process_event('done') notify_utils.emit_power_state_corrected_notification( task, old_power_state) else: task.process_event('done') else: LOG.error(error) node.last_error = error task.process_event('fail') @task_manager.require_exclusive_lock def _do_node_clean_abort(self, task, step_name=None): """Internal method to abort an ongoing operation. :param task: a TaskManager instance with an exclusive lock :param step_name: The name of the clean step. """ node = task.node try: task.driver.deploy.tear_down_cleaning(task) except Exception as e: LOG.exception('Failed to tear down cleaning for node %(node)s ' 'after aborting the operation. Error: %(err)s', {'node': node.uuid, 'err': e}) error_msg = _('Failed to tear down cleaning after aborting ' 'the operation') utils.cleaning_error_handler(task, error_msg, tear_down_cleaning=False, set_fail_state=False) return info_message = _('Clean operation aborted for node %s') % node.uuid last_error = _('By request, the clean operation was aborted') if step_name: msg = _(' after the completion of step "%s"') % step_name last_error += msg info_message += msg node.last_error = last_error node.clean_step = None node.save() LOG.info(info_message) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.do_provisioning_action') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NoFreeConductorWorker, exception.NodeLocked, exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.InvalidStateRequested) def do_provisioning_action(self, context, node_id, action): """RPC method to initiate certain provisioning state transitions. Initiate a provisioning state change through the state machine, rather than through an RPC call to do_node_deploy / do_node_tear_down :param context: an admin context. :param node_id: the id or uuid of a node. :param action: an action. One of ironic.common.states.VERBS :raises: InvalidParameterValue :raises: InvalidStateRequested :raises: NoFreeConductorWorker """ with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=False, purpose='provision action %s' % action) as task: node = task.node if (action == states.VERBS['provide'] and node.provision_state == states.MANAGEABLE): task.process_event( 'provide', callback=self._spawn_worker, call_args=(self._do_node_clean, task), err_handler=utils.provisioning_error_handler) return if (action == states.VERBS['manage'] and node.provision_state == states.ENROLL): task.process_event( 'manage', callback=self._spawn_worker, call_args=(self._do_node_verify, task), err_handler=utils.provisioning_error_handler) return if (action == states.VERBS['adopt'] and node.provision_state in (states.MANAGEABLE, states.ADOPTFAIL)): task.process_event( 'adopt', callback=self._spawn_worker, call_args=(self._do_adoption, task), err_handler=utils.provisioning_error_handler) return if (action == states.VERBS['abort'] and node.provision_state == states.CLEANWAIT): # Check if the clean step is abortable; if so abort it. # Otherwise, indicate in that clean step, that cleaning # should be aborted after that step is done. if (node.clean_step and not node.clean_step.get('abortable')): LOG.info('The current clean step "%(clean_step)s" for ' 'node %(node)s is not abortable. Adding a ' 'flag to abort the cleaning after the clean ' 'step is completed.', {'clean_step': node.clean_step['step'], 'node': node.uuid}) clean_step = node.clean_step if not clean_step.get('abort_after'): clean_step['abort_after'] = True node.clean_step = clean_step node.save() return LOG.debug('Aborting the cleaning operation during clean step ' '"%(step)s" for node %(node)s in provision state ' '"%(prov)s".', {'node': node.uuid, 'prov': node.provision_state, 'step': node.clean_step.get('step')}) target_state = None if node.target_provision_state == states.MANAGEABLE: target_state = states.MANAGEABLE task.process_event( 'abort', callback=self._spawn_worker, call_args=(self._do_node_clean_abort, task), err_handler=utils.provisioning_error_handler, target_state=target_state) return if (action == states.VERBS['abort'] and node.provision_state == states.RESCUEWAIT): utils.remove_node_rescue_password(node, save=True) task.process_event( 'abort', callback=self._spawn_worker, call_args=(self._do_node_rescue_abort, task), err_handler=utils.provisioning_error_handler) return try: task.process_event(action) except exception.InvalidState: raise exception.InvalidStateRequested( action=action, node=node.uuid, state=node.provision_state) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager._sync_power_states') @periodics.periodic(spacing=CONF.conductor.sync_power_state_interval) def _sync_power_states(self, context): """Periodic task to sync power states for the nodes. Attempt to grab a lock and sync only if the following conditions are met: 1) Node is mapped to this conductor. 2) Node is not in maintenance mode. 3) Node is not in DEPLOYWAIT/CLEANWAIT provision state. 4) Node doesn't have a reservation NOTE: Grabbing a lock here can cause other methods to fail to grab it. We want to avoid trying to grab a lock while a node is in the DEPLOYWAIT/CLEANWAIT state so we don't unnecessarily cause a deploy/cleaning callback to fail. There's not much we can do here to avoid failing a brand new deploy to a node that we've locked here, though. """ # FIXME(comstud): Since our initial state checks are outside # of the lock (to try to avoid the lock), some checks are # repeated after grabbing the lock so we can unlock quickly. # The node mapping is not re-checked because it doesn't much # matter if things happened to re-balance. # # This is inefficient and racey. We end up with calling DB API's # get_node() twice (once here, and once in acquire(). Ideally we # add a way to pass constraints to task_manager.acquire() # (through to its DB API call) so that we can eliminate our call # and first set of checks below. filters = {'maintenance': False} node_iter = self.iter_nodes(fields=['id'], filters=filters) for (node_uuid, driver, node_id) in node_iter: try: # NOTE(dtantsur): start with a shared lock, upgrade if needed with task_manager.acquire(context, node_uuid, purpose='power state sync', shared=True) as task: # NOTE(deva): we should not acquire a lock on a node in # DEPLOYWAIT/CLEANWAIT, as this could cause # an error within a deploy ramdisk POSTing back # at the same time. # NOTE(dtantsur): it's also pointless (and dangerous) to # sync power state when a power action is in progress if (task.node.provision_state in SYNC_EXCLUDED_STATES or task.node.maintenance or task.node.target_power_state or task.node.reservation): continue count = do_sync_power_state( task, self.power_state_sync_count[node_uuid]) if count: self.power_state_sync_count[node_uuid] = count else: # don't bloat the dict with non-failing nodes del self.power_state_sync_count[node_uuid] except exception.NodeNotFound: LOG.info("During sync_power_state, node %(node)s was not " "found and presumed deleted by another process.", {'node': node_uuid}) except exception.NodeLocked: LOG.info("During sync_power_state, node %(node)s was " "already locked by another process. Skip.", {'node': node_uuid}) finally: # Yield on every iteration eventlet.sleep(0) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager._check_deploy_timeouts') @periodics.periodic(spacing=CONF.conductor.check_provision_state_interval) def _check_deploy_timeouts(self, context): """Periodically checks whether a deploy RPC call has timed out. If a deploy call has timed out, the deploy failed and we clean up. :param context: request context. """ callback_timeout = CONF.conductor.deploy_callback_timeout if not callback_timeout: return filters = {'reserved': False, 'provision_state': states.DEPLOYWAIT, 'maintenance': False, 'provisioned_before': callback_timeout} sort_key = 'provision_updated_at' callback_method = utils.cleanup_after_timeout err_handler = utils.provisioning_error_handler self._fail_if_in_state(context, filters, states.DEPLOYWAIT, sort_key, callback_method, err_handler) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager._check_orphan_nodes') @periodics.periodic(spacing=CONF.conductor.check_provision_state_interval) def _check_orphan_nodes(self, context): """Periodically checks the status of nodes that were taken over. Periodically checks the nodes that are managed by this conductor but have a reservation from a conductor that went offline. 1. Nodes in DEPLOYING state move to DEPLOY FAIL. 2. Nodes in CLEANING state move to CLEAN FAIL with maintenance set. 3. Nodes in a transient power state get the power operation aborted. 4. Reservation is removed. The latter operation happens even for nodes in maintenance mode, otherwise it's not possible to move them out of maintenance. :param context: request context. """ offline_conductors = self.dbapi.get_offline_conductors() if not offline_conductors: return node_iter = self.iter_nodes( fields=['id', 'reservation', 'maintenance', 'provision_state', 'target_power_state'], filters={'reserved_by_any_of': offline_conductors}) state_cleanup_required = [] for (node_uuid, driver, node_id, conductor_hostname, maintenance, provision_state, target_power_state) in node_iter: # NOTE(lucasagomes): Although very rare, this may lead to a # race condition. By the time we release the lock the conductor # that was previously managing the node could be back online. try: objects.Node.release(context, conductor_hostname, node_id) except exception.NodeNotFound: LOG.warning("During checking for deploying state, node " "%s was not found and presumed deleted by " "another process. Skipping.", node_uuid) continue except exception.NodeLocked: LOG.warning("During checking for deploying state, when " "releasing the lock of the node %s, it was " "locked by another process. Skipping.", node_uuid) continue except exception.NodeNotLocked: LOG.warning("During checking for deploying state, when " "releasing the lock of the node %s, it was " "already unlocked.", node_uuid) else: LOG.warning('Forcibly removed reservation of conductor %(old)s' ' on node %(node)s as that conductor went offline', {'old': conductor_hostname, 'node': node_uuid}) # TODO(dtantsur): clean up all states that are not stable and # are not one of WAIT states. if not maintenance and (provision_state in (states.DEPLOYING, states.CLEANING) or target_power_state is not None): LOG.debug('Node %(node)s taken over from conductor %(old)s ' 'requires state clean up: provision state is ' '%(state)s, target power state is %(pstate)s', {'node': node_uuid, 'old': conductor_hostname, 'state': provision_state, 'pstate': target_power_state}) state_cleanup_required.append(node_uuid) for node_uuid in state_cleanup_required: with task_manager.acquire(context, node_uuid, purpose='power state clean up') as task: if not task.node.maintenance and task.node.target_power_state: old_state = task.node.target_power_state task.node.target_power_state = None task.node.last_error = _('Pending power operation was ' 'aborted due to conductor take ' 'over') task.node.save() LOG.warning('Aborted pending power operation %(op)s ' 'on node %(node)s due to conductor take over', {'op': old_state, 'node': node_uuid}) self._fail_if_in_state( context, {'uuid': node_uuid}, {states.DEPLOYING, states.CLEANING}, 'provision_updated_at', callback_method=utils.abort_on_conductor_take_over, err_handler=utils.provisioning_error_handler) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager._do_adoption') @task_manager.require_exclusive_lock def _do_adoption(self, task): """Adopt the node. Similar to node takeover, adoption performs a driver boot validation and then triggers node takeover in order to make the conductor responsible for the node. Upon completion of takeover, the node is moved to ACTIVE state. The goal of this method is to set the conditions for the node to be managed by Ironic as an ACTIVE node without having performed a deployment operation. :param task: a TaskManager instance """ node = task.node LOG.debug('Conductor %(cdr)s attempting to adopt node %(node)s', {'cdr': self.host, 'node': node.uuid}) try: # NOTE(TheJulia): A number of drivers expect to know if a # whole disk image was used prior to their takeover logic # being triggered, as such we need to populate the # internal info based on the configuration the user has # supplied. iwdi = images.is_whole_disk_image(task.context, task.node.instance_info) driver_internal_info = node.driver_internal_info driver_internal_info['is_whole_disk_image'] = iwdi node.driver_internal_info = driver_internal_info # Calling boot validate to ensure that sufficient information # is supplied to allow the node to be able to boot if takeover # writes items such as kernel/ramdisk data to disk. task.driver.boot.validate(task) # NOTE(TheJulia): While task.driver.boot.validate() is called # above, and task.driver.power.validate() could be called, it # is called as part of the transition from ENROLL to MANAGEABLE # states. As such it is redundant to call here. self._do_takeover(task) LOG.info("Successfully adopted node %(node)s", {'node': node.uuid}) task.process_event('done') except Exception as err: msg = (_('Error while attempting to adopt node %(node)s: ' '%(err)s.') % {'node': node.uuid, 'err': err}) LOG.error(msg) node.last_error = msg task.process_event('fail') @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager._do_takeover') def _do_takeover(self, task): """Take over this node. Prepares a node for takeover by this conductor, performs the takeover, and changes the conductor associated with the node. The node with the new conductor affiliation is saved to the DB. :param task: a TaskManager instance """ LOG.debug('Conductor %(cdr)s taking over node %(node)s', {'cdr': self.host, 'node': task.node.uuid}) task.driver.deploy.prepare(task) task.driver.deploy.take_over(task) # NOTE(zhenguo): If console enabled, take over the console session # as well. console_error = None if task.node.console_enabled: notify_utils.emit_console_notification( task, 'console_restore', fields.NotificationStatus.START) try: task.driver.console.start_console(task) except Exception as err: msg = (_('Failed to start console while taking over the ' 'node %(node)s: %(err)s.') % {'node': task.node.uuid, 'err': err}) LOG.error(msg) # If taking over console failed, set node's console_enabled # back to False and set node's last error. task.node.last_error = msg task.node.console_enabled = False console_error = True else: notify_utils.emit_console_notification( task, 'console_restore', fields.NotificationStatus.END) # NOTE(lucasagomes): Set the ID of the new conductor managing # this node task.node.conductor_affinity = self.conductor.id task.node.save() if console_error: notify_utils.emit_console_notification( task, 'console_restore', fields.NotificationStatus.ERROR) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager._check_cleanwait_timeouts') @periodics.periodic(spacing=CONF.conductor.check_provision_state_interval) def _check_cleanwait_timeouts(self, context): """Periodically checks for nodes being cleaned. If a node doing cleaning is unresponsive (detected when it stops heart beating), the operation should be aborted. :param context: request context. """ callback_timeout = CONF.conductor.clean_callback_timeout if not callback_timeout: return filters = {'reserved': False, 'provision_state': states.CLEANWAIT, 'maintenance': False, 'provisioned_before': callback_timeout} self._fail_if_in_state(context, filters, states.CLEANWAIT, 'provision_updated_at', keep_target_state=True, callback_method=utils.cleanup_cleanwait_timeout) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager._check_rescuewait_timeouts') @periodics.periodic(spacing=CONF.conductor.check_rescue_state_interval, enabled=bool(CONF.conductor.rescue_callback_timeout)) def _check_rescuewait_timeouts(self, context): """Periodically checks if rescue has timed out waiting for heartbeat. If a rescue call has timed out, fail the rescue and clean up. :param context: request context. """ callback_timeout = CONF.conductor.rescue_callback_timeout filters = {'reserved': False, 'provision_state': states.RESCUEWAIT, 'maintenance': False, 'provisioned_before': callback_timeout} self._fail_if_in_state(context, filters, states.RESCUEWAIT, 'provision_updated_at', keep_target_state=True, callback_method=utils.cleanup_rescuewait_timeout ) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager._sync_local_state') @periodics.periodic(spacing=CONF.conductor.sync_local_state_interval) def _sync_local_state(self, context): """Perform any actions necessary to sync local state. This is called periodically to refresh the conductor's copy of the consistent hash ring. If any mappings have changed, this method then determines which, if any, nodes need to be "taken over". The ensuing actions could include preparing a PXE environment, updating the DHCP server, and so on. """ filters = {'reserved': False, 'maintenance': False, 'provision_state': states.ACTIVE} node_iter = self.iter_nodes(fields=['id', 'conductor_affinity'], filters=filters) workers_count = 0 for node_uuid, driver, node_id, conductor_affinity in node_iter: if conductor_affinity == self.conductor.id: continue # Node is mapped here, but not updated by this conductor last try: with task_manager.acquire(context, node_uuid, purpose='node take over') as task: # NOTE(deva): now that we have the lock, check again to # avoid racing with deletes and other state changes node = task.node if (node.maintenance or node.conductor_affinity == self.conductor.id or node.provision_state != states.ACTIVE): continue task.spawn_after(self._spawn_worker, self._do_takeover, task) except exception.NoFreeConductorWorker: break except (exception.NodeLocked, exception.NodeNotFound): continue workers_count += 1 if workers_count == CONF.conductor.periodic_max_workers: break @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.validate_driver_interfaces') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked) def validate_driver_interfaces(self, context, node_id): """Validate the `core` and `standardized` interfaces for drivers. :param context: request context. :param node_id: node id or uuid. :returns: a dictionary containing the results of each interface validation. """ LOG.debug('RPC validate_driver_interfaces called for node %s.', node_id) ret_dict = {} lock_purpose = 'driver interface validation' with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=True, purpose=lock_purpose) as task: # NOTE(sirushtim): the is_whole_disk_image variable is needed by # deploy drivers for doing their validate(). Since the deploy # isn't being done yet and the driver information could change in # the meantime, we don't know if the is_whole_disk_image value will # change or not. It isn't saved to the DB, but only used with this # node instance for the current validations. iwdi = images.is_whole_disk_image(context, task.node.instance_info) task.node.driver_internal_info['is_whole_disk_image'] = iwdi for iface_name in task.driver.non_vendor_interfaces: iface = getattr(task.driver, iface_name, None) result = reason = None if iface: try: iface.validate(task) result = True except (exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension) as e: result = False reason = str(e) except Exception as e: result = False reason = (_('Unexpected exception, traceback saved ' 'into log by ironic conductor service ' 'that is running on %(host)s: %(error)s') % {'host': self.host, 'error': e}) LOG.exception( 'Unexpected exception occurred while validating ' '%(iface)s driver interface for driver ' '%(driver)s: %(err)s on node %(node)s.', {'iface': iface_name, 'driver': task.node.driver, 'err': e, 'node': task.node.uuid}) else: reason = _('not supported') ret_dict[iface_name] = {} ret_dict[iface_name]['result'] = result if reason is not None: ret_dict[iface_name]['reason'] = reason return ret_dict @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.destroy_node') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.NodeAssociated, exception.InvalidState) def destroy_node(self, context, node_id): """Delete a node. :param context: request context. :param node_id: node id or uuid. :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor. :raises: NodeAssociated if the node contains an instance associated with it. :raises: InvalidState if the node is in the wrong provision state to perform deletion. """ # NOTE(dtantsur): we allow deleting a node in maintenance mode even if # we would disallow it otherwise. That's done for recovering hopelessly # broken nodes (e.g. with broken BMC). with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, purpose='node deletion') as task: node = task.node if not node.maintenance and node.instance_uuid is not None: raise exception.NodeAssociated(node=node.uuid, instance=node.instance_uuid) # NOTE(lucasagomes): For the *FAIL states we users should # move it to a safe state prior to deletion. This is because we # should try to avoid deleting a node in a dirty/whacky state, # e.g: A node in DEPLOYFAIL, if deleted without passing through # tear down/cleaning may leave data from the previous tenant # in the disk. So nodes in *FAIL states should first be moved to: # CLEANFAIL -> MANAGEABLE # INSPECTIONFAIL -> MANAGEABLE # DEPLOYFAIL -> DELETING if (not node.maintenance and node.provision_state not in states.DELETE_ALLOWED_STATES): msg = (_('Can not delete node "%(node)s" while it is in ' 'provision state "%(state)s". Valid provision states ' 'to perform deletion are: "%(valid_states)s", ' 'or set the node into maintenance mode') % {'node': node.uuid, 'state': node.provision_state, 'valid_states': states.DELETE_ALLOWED_STATES}) raise exception.InvalidState(msg) if node.console_enabled: notify_utils.emit_console_notification( task, 'console_set', fields.NotificationStatus.START) try: task.driver.console.stop_console(task) except Exception as err: LOG.error('Failed to stop console while deleting ' 'the node %(node)s: %(err)s.', {'node': node.uuid, 'err': err}) notify_utils.emit_console_notification( task, 'console_set', fields.NotificationStatus.ERROR) else: node.console_enabled = False notify_utils.emit_console_notification( task, 'console_set', fields.NotificationStatus.END) node.destroy() LOG.info('Successfully deleted node %(node)s.', {'node': node.uuid}) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.destroy_port') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.NodeNotFound) def destroy_port(self, context, port): """Delete a port. :param context: request context. :param port: port object :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor. :raises: NodeNotFound if the node associated with the port does not exist. """ LOG.debug('RPC destroy_port called for port %(port)s', {'port': port.uuid}) with task_manager.acquire(context, port.node_id, purpose='port deletion') as task: port.destroy() LOG.info('Successfully deleted port %(port)s. ' 'The node associated with the port was %(node)s', {'port': port.uuid, 'node': task.node.uuid}) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.destroy_portgroup') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.NodeNotFound, exception.PortgroupNotEmpty) def destroy_portgroup(self, context, portgroup): """Delete a portgroup. :param context: request context. :param portgroup: portgroup object :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor. :raises: NodeNotFound if the node associated with the portgroup does not exist. :raises: PortgroupNotEmpty if portgroup is not empty """ LOG.debug('RPC destroy_portgroup called for portgroup %(portgroup)s', {'portgroup': portgroup.uuid}) with task_manager.acquire(context, portgroup.node_id, purpose='portgroup deletion') as task: portgroup.destroy() LOG.info('Successfully deleted portgroup %(portgroup)s. ' 'The node associated with the portgroup was %(node)s', {'portgroup': portgroup.uuid, 'node': task.node.uuid}) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.destroy_volume_connector') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.NodeNotFound, exception.VolumeConnectorNotFound, exception.InvalidStateRequested) def destroy_volume_connector(self, context, connector): """Delete a volume connector. :param context: request context :param connector: volume connector object :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor :raises: NodeNotFound if the node associated with the connector does not exist :raises: VolumeConnectorNotFound if the volume connector cannot be found :raises: InvalidStateRequested if the node associated with the connector is not powered off. """ LOG.debug('RPC destroy_volume_connector called for volume connector ' '%(connector)s', {'connector': connector.uuid}) with task_manager.acquire(context, connector.node_id, purpose='volume connector deletion') as task: node = task.node if node.power_state != states.POWER_OFF: raise exception.InvalidStateRequested( action='volume connector deletion', node=node.uuid, state=node.power_state) connector.destroy() LOG.info('Successfully deleted volume connector %(connector)s. ' 'The node associated with the connector was %(node)s', {'connector': connector.uuid, 'node': task.node.uuid}) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.destroy_volume_target') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.NodeNotFound, exception.VolumeTargetNotFound, exception.InvalidStateRequested) def destroy_volume_target(self, context, target): """Delete a volume target. :param context: request context :param target: volume target object :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor :raises: NodeNotFound if the node associated with the target does not exist :raises: VolumeTargetNotFound if the volume target cannot be found :raises: InvalidStateRequested if the node associated with the target is not powered off. """ LOG.debug('RPC destroy_volume_target called for volume target ' '%(target)s', {'target': target.uuid}) with task_manager.acquire(context, target.node_id, purpose='volume target deletion') as task: node = task.node if node.power_state != states.POWER_OFF: raise exception.InvalidStateRequested( action='volume target deletion', node=node.uuid, state=node.power_state) target.destroy() LOG.info('Successfully deleted volume target %(target)s. ' 'The node associated with the target was %(node)s', {'target': target.uuid, 'node': task.node.uuid}) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.get_console_information') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension, exception.NodeConsoleNotEnabled, exception.InvalidParameterValue) def get_console_information(self, context, node_id): """Get connection information about the console. :param context: request context. :param node_id: node id or uuid. :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension if the node's driver doesn't support console. :raises: NodeConsoleNotEnabled if the console is not enabled. :raises: InvalidParameterValue when the wrong driver info is specified. :raises: MissingParameterValue if missing supplied info. """ LOG.debug('RPC get_console_information called for node %s', node_id) lock_purpose = 'getting console information' with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=True, purpose=lock_purpose) as task: node = task.node if not getattr(task.driver, 'console', None): raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension(driver=node.driver, extension='console') if not node.console_enabled: raise exception.NodeConsoleNotEnabled(node=node.uuid) task.driver.console.validate(task) return task.driver.console.get_console(task) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.set_console_mode') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NoFreeConductorWorker, exception.NodeLocked, exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension, exception.InvalidParameterValue) def set_console_mode(self, context, node_id, enabled): """Enable/Disable the console. Validate driver specific information synchronously, and then spawn a background worker to set console mode asynchronously. :param context: request context. :param node_id: node id or uuid. :param enabled: Boolean value; whether the console is enabled or disabled. :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension if the node's driver doesn't support console. :raises: InvalidParameterValue when the wrong driver info is specified. :raises: MissingParameterValue if missing supplied info. :raises: NoFreeConductorWorker when there is no free worker to start async task """ LOG.debug('RPC set_console_mode called for node %(node)s with ' 'enabled %(enabled)s', {'node': node_id, 'enabled': enabled}) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=False, purpose='setting console mode') as task: node = task.node if not getattr(task.driver, 'console', None): raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension(driver=node.driver, extension='console') task.driver.console.validate(task) if enabled == node.console_enabled: op = 'enabled' if enabled else 'disabled' LOG.info("No console action was triggered because the " "console is already %s", op) else: node.last_error = None node.save() task.spawn_after(self._spawn_worker, self._set_console_mode, task, enabled) @task_manager.require_exclusive_lock def _set_console_mode(self, task, enabled): """Internal method to set console mode on a node.""" node = task.node notify_utils.emit_console_notification( task, 'console_set', fields.NotificationStatus.START) try: if enabled: task.driver.console.start_console(task) # TODO(deva): We should be updating conductor_affinity here # but there is no support for console sessions in # take_over() right now. else: task.driver.console.stop_console(task) except Exception as e: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): op = _('enabling') if enabled else _('disabling') msg = (_('Error %(op)s the console on node %(node)s. ' 'Reason: %(error)s') % {'op': op, 'node': node.uuid, 'error': e}) node.last_error = msg LOG.error(msg) node.save() notify_utils.emit_console_notification( task, 'console_set', fields.NotificationStatus.ERROR) node.console_enabled = enabled node.last_error = None node.save() notify_utils.emit_console_notification( task, 'console_set', fields.NotificationStatus.END) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.create_port') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.Conflict, exception.MACAlreadyExists, exception.PortgroupPhysnetInconsistent) def create_port(self, context, port_obj): """Create a port. :param context: request context. :param port_obj: a changed (but not saved) port object. :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor :raises: MACAlreadyExists if the port has a MAC which is registered on another port already. :raises: Conflict if the port is a member of a portgroup which is on a different physical network. :raises: PortgroupPhysnetInconsistent if the port's portgroup has ports which are not all assigned the same physical network. """ port_uuid = port_obj.uuid LOG.debug("RPC create_port called for port %s.", port_uuid) with task_manager.acquire(context, port_obj.node_id, purpose='port create') as task: utils.validate_port_physnet(task, port_obj) port_obj.create() return port_obj @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.update_port') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.FailedToUpdateMacOnPort, exception.MACAlreadyExists, exception.InvalidState, exception.FailedToUpdateDHCPOptOnPort, exception.Conflict, exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.NetworkError, exception.PortgroupPhysnetInconsistent) def update_port(self, context, port_obj): """Update a port. :param context: request context. :param port_obj: a changed (but not saved) port object. :raises: DHCPLoadError if the dhcp_provider cannot be loaded. :raises: FailedToUpdateMacOnPort if MAC address changed and update failed. :raises: MACAlreadyExists if the update is setting a MAC which is registered on another port already. :raises: InvalidState if port connectivity attributes are updated while node not in a MANAGEABLE or ENROLL or INSPECTING state or not in MAINTENANCE mode. :raises: Conflict if trying to set extra/vif_port_id or pxe_enabled=True on port which is a member of portgroup with standalone_ports_supported=False. :raises: Conflict if the port is a member of a portgroup which is on a different physical network. :raises: PortgroupPhysnetInconsistent if the port's portgroup has ports which are not all assigned the same physical network. """ port_uuid = port_obj.uuid LOG.debug("RPC update_port called for port %s.", port_uuid) with task_manager.acquire(context, port_obj.node_id, purpose='port update') as task: node = task.node # Only allow updating MAC addresses for active nodes if maintenance # mode is on. if ((node.provision_state == states.ACTIVE or node.instance_uuid) and 'address' in port_obj.obj_what_changed() and not node.maintenance): action = _("Cannot update hardware address for port " "%(port)s as node %(node)s is active or has " "instance UUID assigned") raise exception.InvalidState(action % {'node': node.uuid, 'port': port_uuid}) # If port update is modifying the portgroup membership of the port # or modifying the local_link_connection, pxe_enabled or physical # network flags then node should be in MANAGEABLE/INSPECTING/ENROLL # provisioning state or in maintenance mode. Otherwise # InvalidState exception is raised. connectivity_attr = {'portgroup_id', 'pxe_enabled', 'local_link_connection', 'physical_network'} allowed_update_states = [states.ENROLL, states.INSPECTING, states.MANAGEABLE] if (set(port_obj.obj_what_changed()) & connectivity_attr and not (node.provision_state in allowed_update_states or node.maintenance)): action = _("Port %(port)s can not have any connectivity " "attributes (%(connect)s) updated unless " "node %(node)s is in a %(allowed)s state " "or in maintenance mode.") raise exception.InvalidState( action % {'port': port_uuid, 'node': node.uuid, 'connect': ', '.join(connectivity_attr), 'allowed': ', '.join(allowed_update_states)}) utils.validate_port_physnet(task, port_obj) task.driver.network.validate(task) # Handle mac_address update and VIF attach/detach stuff. task.driver.network.port_changed(task, port_obj) port_obj.save() return port_obj @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.update_portgroup') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.FailedToUpdateMacOnPort, exception.PortgroupMACAlreadyExists, exception.PortgroupNotEmpty, exception.InvalidState, exception.Conflict, exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.NetworkError) def update_portgroup(self, context, portgroup_obj): """Update a portgroup. :param context: request context. :param portgroup_obj: a changed (but not saved) portgroup object. :raises: DHCPLoadError if the dhcp_provider cannot be loaded. :raises: FailedToUpdateMacOnPort if MAC address changed and update failed. :raises: PortgroupMACAlreadyExists if the update is setting a MAC which is registered on another portgroup already. :raises: InvalidState if portgroup-node association is updated while node not in a MANAGEABLE or ENROLL or INSPECTING state or not in MAINTENANCE mode. :raises: PortgroupNotEmpty if there are ports associated with this portgroup. :raises: Conflict when trying to set standalone_ports_supported=False on portgroup with ports that has pxe_enabled=True and vice versa. """ portgroup_uuid = portgroup_obj.uuid LOG.debug("RPC update_portgroup called for portgroup %s.", portgroup_uuid) lock_purpose = 'update portgroup' with task_manager.acquire(context, portgroup_obj.node_id, purpose=lock_purpose) as task: node = task.node if 'node_id' in portgroup_obj.obj_what_changed(): # NOTE(zhenguo): If portgroup update is modifying the # portgroup-node association then node should be in # MANAGEABLE/INSPECTING/ENROLL provisioning state or in # maintenance mode, otherwise InvalidState is raised. allowed_update_states = [states.ENROLL, states.INSPECTING, states.MANAGEABLE] if (node.provision_state not in allowed_update_states and not node.maintenance): action = _("Portgroup %(portgroup)s can not be associated " "to node %(node)s unless the node is in a " "%(allowed)s state or in maintenance mode.") raise exception.InvalidState( action % {'portgroup': portgroup_uuid, 'node': node.uuid, 'allowed': ', '.join(allowed_update_states)}) # NOTE(zhenguo): If portgroup update is modifying the # portgroup-node association then there should not be # any Port associated to the PortGroup, otherwise # PortgroupNotEmpty exception is raised. associated_ports = self.dbapi.get_ports_by_portgroup_id( portgroup_uuid) if associated_ports: action = _("Portgroup %(portgroup)s can not be associated " "with node %(node)s because there are ports " "associated with this portgroup.") raise exception.PortgroupNotEmpty( action % {'portgroup': portgroup_uuid, 'node': node.uuid}) task.driver.network.validate(task) # Handle mac_address update and VIF attach/detach stuff. task.driver.network.portgroup_changed(task, portgroup_obj) portgroup_obj.save() return portgroup_obj @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.update_volume_connector') @messaging.expected_exceptions( exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.NodeLocked, exception.NodeNotFound, exception.VolumeConnectorNotFound, exception.VolumeConnectorTypeAndIdAlreadyExists, exception.InvalidStateRequested) def update_volume_connector(self, context, connector): """Update a volume connector. :param context: request context :param connector: a changed (but not saved) volume connector object :returns: an updated volume connector object :raises: InvalidParameterValue if the volume connector's UUID is being changed :raises: NodeLocked if the node is already locked :raises: NodeNotFound if the node associated with the conductor does not exist :raises: VolumeConnectorNotFound if the volume connector cannot be found :raises: VolumeConnectorTypeAndIdAlreadyExists if another connector already exists with the same values for type and connector_id fields :raises: InvalidStateRequested if the node associated with the connector is not powered off. """ LOG.debug("RPC update_volume_connector called for connector " "%(connector)s.", {'connector': connector.uuid}) with task_manager.acquire(context, connector.node_id, purpose='volume connector update') as task: node = task.node if node.power_state != states.POWER_OFF: raise exception.InvalidStateRequested( action='volume connector update', node=node.uuid, state=node.power_state) connector.save() LOG.info("Successfully updated volume connector %(connector)s.", {'connector': connector.uuid}) return connector @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.update_volume_target') @messaging.expected_exceptions( exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.NodeLocked, exception.NodeNotFound, exception.VolumeTargetNotFound, exception.VolumeTargetBootIndexAlreadyExists, exception.InvalidStateRequested) def update_volume_target(self, context, target): """Update a volume target. :param context: request context :param target: a changed (but not saved) volume target object :returns: an updated volume target object :raises: InvalidParameterValue if the volume target's UUID is being changed :raises: NodeLocked if the node is already locked :raises: NodeNotFound if the node associated with the volume target does not exist :raises: VolumeTargetNotFound if the volume target cannot be found :raises: VolumeTargetBootIndexAlreadyExists if a volume target already exists with the same node ID and boot index values :raises: InvalidStateRequested if the node associated with the target is not powered off. """ LOG.debug("RPC update_volume_target called for target %(target)s.", {'target': target.uuid}) with task_manager.acquire(context, target.node_id, purpose='volume target update') as task: node = task.node if node.power_state != states.POWER_OFF: raise exception.InvalidStateRequested( action='volume target update', node=node.uuid, state=node.power_state) target.save() LOG.info("Successfully updated volume target %(target)s.", {'target': target.uuid}) return target @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.get_driver_properties') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.DriverNotFound) def get_driver_properties(self, context, driver_name): """Get the properties of the driver. :param context: request context. :param driver_name: name of the driver. :returns: a dictionary with <property name>:<property description> entries. :raises: DriverNotFound if the driver is not loaded. """ LOG.debug("RPC get_driver_properties called for driver %s.", driver_name) driver = driver_factory.get_driver_or_hardware_type(driver_name) return driver.get_properties() @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager._sensors_nodes_task') def _sensors_nodes_task(self, context, nodes): """Sends sensors data for nodes from synchronized queue.""" while not self._shutdown: try: node_uuid, driver, instance_uuid = nodes.get_nowait() except queue.Empty: break # populate the message which will be sent to ceilometer message = {'message_id': uuidutils.generate_uuid(), 'instance_uuid': instance_uuid, 'node_uuid': node_uuid, 'timestamp': datetime.datetime.utcnow(), 'event_type': 'hardware.ipmi.metrics.update'} try: lock_purpose = 'getting sensors data' with task_manager.acquire(context, node_uuid, shared=True, purpose=lock_purpose) as task: if not getattr(task.driver, 'management', None): continue task.driver.management.validate(task) sensors_data = task.driver.management.get_sensors_data( task) except NotImplementedError: LOG.warning( 'get_sensors_data is not implemented for driver' ' %(driver)s, node_uuid is %(node)s', {'node': node_uuid, 'driver': driver}) except exception.FailedToParseSensorData as fps: LOG.warning( "During get_sensors_data, could not parse " "sensor data for node %(node)s. Error: %(err)s.", {'node': node_uuid, 'err': str(fps)}) except exception.FailedToGetSensorData as fgs: LOG.warning( "During get_sensors_data, could not get " "sensor data for node %(node)s. Error: %(err)s.", {'node': node_uuid, 'err': str(fgs)}) except exception.NodeNotFound: LOG.warning( "During send_sensor_data, node %(node)s was not " "found and presumed deleted by another process.", {'node': node_uuid}) except Exception as e: LOG.warning( "Failed to get sensor data for node %(node)s. " "Error: %(error)s", {'node': node_uuid, 'error': e}) else: message['payload'] = ( self._filter_out_unsupported_types(sensors_data)) if message['payload']: self.sensors_notifier.info( context, "hardware.ipmi.metrics", message) finally: # Yield on every iteration eventlet.sleep(0) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager._send_sensor_data') @periodics.periodic(spacing=CONF.conductor.send_sensor_data_interval) def _send_sensor_data(self, context): """Periodically sends sensor data to Ceilometer.""" # do nothing if send_sensor_data option is False if not CONF.conductor.send_sensor_data: return filters = {'associated': True} nodes = queue.Queue() for node_info in self.iter_nodes(fields=['instance_uuid'], filters=filters): nodes.put_nowait(node_info) number_of_threads = min(CONF.conductor.send_sensor_data_workers, nodes.qsize()) futures = [] for thread_number in range(number_of_threads): try: futures.append( self._spawn_worker(self._sensors_nodes_task, context, nodes)) except exception.NoFreeConductorWorker: LOG.warning("There is no more conductor workers for " "task of sending sensors data. %(workers)d " "workers has been already spawned.", {'workers': thread_number}) break done, not_done = waiters.wait_for_all( futures, timeout=CONF.conductor.send_sensor_data_wait_timeout) if not_done: LOG.warning("%d workers for send sensors data did not complete", len(not_done)) def _filter_out_unsupported_types(self, sensors_data): """Filters out sensor data types that aren't specified in the config. Removes sensor data types that aren't specified in CONF.conductor.send_sensor_data_types. :param sensors_data: dict containing sensor types and the associated data :returns: dict with unsupported sensor types removed """ allowed = set(x.lower() for x in CONF.conductor.send_sensor_data_types) if 'all' in allowed: return sensors_data return dict((sensor_type, sensor_value) for (sensor_type, sensor_value) in sensors_data.items() if sensor_type.lower() in allowed) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.set_boot_device') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension, exception.InvalidParameterValue) def set_boot_device(self, context, node_id, device, persistent=False): """Set the boot device for a node. Set the boot device to use on next reboot of the node. :param context: request context. :param node_id: node id or uuid. :param device: the boot device, one of :mod:`ironic.common.boot_devices`. :param persistent: Whether to set next-boot, or make the change permanent. Default: False. :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor. :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension if the node's driver doesn't support management. :raises: InvalidParameterValue when the wrong driver info is specified or an invalid boot device is specified. :raises: MissingParameterValue if missing supplied info. """ LOG.debug('RPC set_boot_device called for node %(node)s with ' 'device %(device)s', {'node': node_id, 'device': device}) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, purpose='setting boot device') as task: node = task.node if not getattr(task.driver, 'management', None): raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension( driver=node.driver, extension='management') task.driver.management.validate(task) task.driver.management.set_boot_device(task, device, persistent=persistent) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.get_boot_device') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension, exception.InvalidParameterValue) def get_boot_device(self, context, node_id): """Get the current boot device. Returns the current boot device of a node. :param context: request context. :param node_id: node id or uuid. :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor. :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension if the node's driver doesn't support management. :raises: InvalidParameterValue when the wrong driver info is specified. :raises: MissingParameterValue if missing supplied info. :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. """ LOG.debug('RPC get_boot_device called for node %s', node_id) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, purpose='getting boot device') as task: if not getattr(task.driver, 'management', None): raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension( driver=task.node.driver, extension='management') task.driver.management.validate(task) return task.driver.management.get_boot_device(task) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.inject_nmi') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension, exception.InvalidParameterValue) def inject_nmi(self, context, node_id): """Inject NMI for a node. Inject NMI (Non Maskable Interrupt) for a node immediately. :param context: request context. :param node_id: node id or uuid. :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor. :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension if the node's driver doesn't support management or management.inject_nmi. :raises: InvalidParameterValue when the wrong driver info is specified or an invalid boot device is specified. :raises: MissingParameterValue if missing supplied info. """ LOG.debug('RPC inject_nmi called for node %s', node_id) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, purpose='inject nmi') as task: node = task.node if not getattr(task.driver, 'management', None): raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension( driver=node.driver, extension='management') task.driver.management.validate(task) task.driver.management.inject_nmi(task) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.get_supported_boot_devices') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension, exception.InvalidParameterValue) def get_supported_boot_devices(self, context, node_id): """Get the list of supported devices. Returns the list of supported boot devices of a node. :param context: request context. :param node_id: node id or uuid. :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor. :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension if the node's driver doesn't support management. :raises: InvalidParameterValue when the wrong driver info is specified. :raises: MissingParameterValue if missing supplied info. :returns: A list with the supported boot devices defined in :mod:`ironic.common.boot_devices`. """ LOG.debug('RPC get_supported_boot_devices called for node %s', node_id) lock_purpose = 'getting supported boot devices' with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=True, purpose=lock_purpose) as task: if not getattr(task.driver, 'management', None): raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension( driver=task.node.driver, extension='management') return task.driver.management.get_supported_boot_devices(task) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.inspect_hardware') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NoFreeConductorWorker, exception.NodeLocked, exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.InvalidStateRequested, exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension) def inspect_hardware(self, context, node_id): """Inspect hardware to obtain hardware properties. Initiate the inspection of a node. Validations are done synchronously and the actual inspection work is performed in background (asynchronously). :param context: request context. :param node_id: node id or uuid. :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor. :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension if the node's driver doesn't support inspect. :raises: NoFreeConductorWorker when there is no free worker to start async task :raises: InvalidParameterValue when unable to get essential scheduling properties from hardware. :raises: MissingParameterValue when required information is not found. :raises: InvalidStateRequested if 'inspect' is not a valid action to do in the current state. """ LOG.debug('RPC inspect_hardware called for node %s', node_id) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=False, purpose='hardware inspection') as task: if not getattr(task.driver, 'inspect', None): raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension( driver=task.node.driver, extension='inspect') task.driver.power.validate(task) task.driver.inspect.validate(task) try: task.process_event( 'inspect', callback=self._spawn_worker, call_args=(_do_inspect_hardware, task), err_handler=utils.provisioning_error_handler) except exception.InvalidState: raise exception.InvalidStateRequested( action='inspect', node=task.node.uuid, state=task.node.provision_state) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager._check_inspect_timeouts') @periodics.periodic(spacing=CONF.conductor.check_provision_state_interval) def _check_inspect_timeouts(self, context): """Periodically checks inspect_timeout and fails upon reaching it. :param: context: request context """ callback_timeout = CONF.conductor.inspect_timeout if not callback_timeout: return filters = {'reserved': False, 'provision_state': states.INSPECTING, 'inspection_started_before': callback_timeout} sort_key = 'inspection_started_at' last_error = _("timeout reached while inspecting the node") self._fail_if_in_state(context, filters, states.INSPECTING, sort_key, last_error=last_error) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.set_target_raid_config') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension, exception.InvalidParameterValue) def set_target_raid_config(self, context, node_id, target_raid_config): """Stores the target RAID configuration on the node. Stores the target RAID configuration on node.target_raid_config :param context: request context. :param node_id: node id or uuid. :param target_raid_config: Dictionary containing the target RAID configuration. It may be an empty dictionary as well. :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension, if the node's driver doesn't support RAID configuration. :raises: InvalidParameterValue, if validation of target raid config fails. :raises: MissingParameterValue, if some required parameters are missing. :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor. """ LOG.debug('RPC set_target_raid_config called for node %(node)s with ' 'RAID configuration %(target_raid_config)s', {'node': node_id, 'target_raid_config': target_raid_config}) with task_manager.acquire( context, node_id, purpose='setting target RAID config') as task: node = task.node if not getattr(task.driver, 'raid', None): raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension( driver=task.node.driver, extension='raid') # Operator may try to unset node.target_raid_config. So, try to # validate only if it is not empty. if target_raid_config: task.driver.raid.validate_raid_config(task, target_raid_config) node.target_raid_config = target_raid_config node.save() @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.get_raid_logical_disk_properties') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension, exception.NoValidDefaultForInterface, exception.InterfaceNotFoundInEntrypoint) def get_raid_logical_disk_properties(self, context, driver_name): """Get the logical disk properties for RAID configuration. Gets the information about logical disk properties which can be specified in the input RAID configuration. For dynamic drivers, the default vendor interface is used. :param context: request context. :param driver_name: name of the driver :raises: UnsupportedDriverExtension, if the driver doesn't support RAID configuration. :raises: NoValidDefaultForInterface if no default interface implementation can be found for this driver's RAID interface. :raises: InterfaceNotFoundInEntrypoint if the default interface for a hardware type is invalid. :returns: A dictionary containing the properties and a textual description for them. """ LOG.debug("RPC get_raid_logical_disk_properties " "called for driver %s", driver_name) driver = driver_factory.get_driver_or_hardware_type(driver_name) raid_iface = None if isinstance(driver, hardware_type.AbstractHardwareType): raid_iface_name = driver_factory.default_interface( driver, 'raid', driver_name=driver_name) raid_iface = driver_factory.get_interface(driver, 'raid', raid_iface_name) else: raid_iface = getattr(driver, 'raid', None) if not raid_iface: raise exception.UnsupportedDriverExtension( driver=driver_name, extension='raid') return raid_iface.get_logical_disk_properties() @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.heartbeat') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NoFreeConductorWorker) def heartbeat(self, context, node_id, callback_url, agent_version=None): """Process a heartbeat from the ramdisk. :param context: request context. :param node_id: node id or uuid. :param agent_version: The version of the agent that is heartbeating. If not provided it either indicates that the agent that is heartbeating is a version before sending agent_version was introduced or that we're in the middle of a rolling upgrade and the RPC version is pinned so the API isn't passing us the agent_version, in these cases assume agent v3.0.0 (the last release before sending agent_version was introduced). :param callback_url: URL to reach back to the ramdisk. :raises: NoFreeConductorWorker if there are no conductors to process this heartbeat request. """ LOG.debug('RPC heartbeat called for node %s', node_id) if agent_version is None: agent_version = '3.0.0' def heartbeat_with_deprecation(task, callback_url, agent_version): global _SEEN_AGENT_VERSION_DEPRECATIONS # FIXME(sambetts) Remove this try/except statement in Rocky making # taking the agent_version in the deploy driver heartbeat function # mandatory. try: task.driver.deploy.heartbeat(task, callback_url, agent_version) except TypeError: deploy_driver_name = task.driver.deploy.__class__.__name__ if deploy_driver_name not in _SEEN_AGENT_VERSION_DEPRECATIONS: LOG.warning('Deploy driver %s does not support ' 'agent_version as part of the heartbeat ' 'request, this will be required from Rocky ' 'onward.', deploy_driver_name) _SEEN_AGENT_VERSION_DEPRECATIONS.append(deploy_driver_name) task.driver.deploy.heartbeat(task, callback_url) # NOTE(dtantsur): we acquire a shared lock to begin with, drivers are # free to promote it to an exclusive one. with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, shared=True, purpose='heartbeat') as task: task.spawn_after( self._spawn_worker, heartbeat_with_deprecation, task, callback_url, agent_version) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.vif_list') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NetworkError, exception.InvalidParameterValue) def vif_list(self, context, node_id): """List attached VIFs for a node :param context: request context. :param node_id: node ID or UUID. :returns: List of VIF dictionaries, each dictionary will have an 'id' entry with the ID of the VIF. :raises: NetworkError, if something goes wrong during list the VIFs. :raises: InvalidParameterValue, if a parameter that's required for VIF list is wrong/missing. """ LOG.debug("RPC vif_list called for the node %s", node_id) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, purpose='list vifs', shared=True) as task: task.driver.network.validate(task) return task.driver.network.vif_list(task) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.vif_attach') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.NetworkError, exception.VifAlreadyAttached, exception.NoFreePhysicalPorts, exception.PortgroupPhysnetInconsistent, exception.VifInvalidForAttach, exception.InvalidParameterValue) def vif_attach(self, context, node_id, vif_info): """Attach a VIF to a node :param context: request context. :param node_id: node ID or UUID. :param vif_info: a dictionary representing VIF object. It must have an 'id' key, whose value is a unique identifier for that VIF. :raises: VifAlreadyAttached, if VIF is already attached to node :raises: NoFreePhysicalPorts, if no free physical ports left to attach :raises: NodeLocked, if node has an exclusive lock held on it :raises: NetworkError, if an error occurs during attaching the VIF. :raises: InvalidParameterValue, if a parameter that's required for VIF attach is wrong/missing. :raises: PortgroupPhysnetInconsistent if one of the node's portgroups has ports which are not all assigned the same physical network. :raises: VifInvalidForAttach if the VIF is not valid for attachment to the node. """ LOG.debug("RPC vif_attach called for the node %(node_id)s with " "vif_info %(vif_info)s", {'node_id': node_id, 'vif_info': vif_info}) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, purpose='attach vif') as task: task.driver.network.validate(task) task.driver.network.vif_attach(task, vif_info) LOG.info("VIF %(vif_id)s successfully attached to node %(node_id)s", {'vif_id': vif_info['id'], 'node_id': node_id}) @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.vif_detach') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.NetworkError, exception.VifNotAttached, exception.InvalidParameterValue) def vif_detach(self, context, node_id, vif_id): """Detach a VIF from a node :param context: request context. :param node_id: node ID or UUID. :param vif_id: A VIF ID. :raises: VifNotAttached, if VIF not attached to node :raises: NodeLocked, if node has an exclusive lock held on it :raises: NetworkError, if an error occurs during detaching the VIF. :raises: InvalidParameterValue, if a parameter that's required for VIF detach is wrong/missing. """ LOG.debug("RPC vif_detach called for the node %(node_id)s with " "vif_id %(vif_id)s", {'node_id': node_id, 'vif_id': vif_id}) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, purpose='detach vif') as task: task.driver.network.validate(task) task.driver.network.vif_detach(task, vif_id) LOG.info("VIF %(vif_id)s successfully detached from node %(node_id)s", {'vif_id': vif_id, 'node_id': node_id}) def _object_dispatch(self, target, method, context, args, kwargs): """Dispatch a call to an object method. This ensures that object methods get called and any exception that is raised gets wrapped in an ExpectedException for forwarding back to the caller (without spamming the conductor logs). """ try: # NOTE(danms): Keep the getattr inside the try block since # a missing method is really a client problem return getattr(target, method)(context, *args, **kwargs) except Exception: # NOTE(danms): This is oslo.messaging fu. ExpectedException() # grabs sys.exc_info here and forwards it along. This allows the # caller to see the exception information, but causes us *not* to # log it as such in this service. This is something that is quite # critical so that things that conductor does on behalf of another # node are not logged as exceptions in conductor logs. Otherwise, # you'd have the same thing logged in both places, even though an # exception here *always* means that the caller screwed up, so # there's no reason to log it here. raise messaging.ExpectedException()
[docs] @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.object_class_action_versions') def object_class_action_versions(self, context, objname, objmethod, object_versions, args, kwargs): """Perform an action on a VersionedObject class. :param context: The context within which to perform the action :param objname: The registry name of the object :param objmethod: The name of the action method to call :param object_versions: A dict of {objname: version} mappings :param args: The positional arguments to the action method :param kwargs: The keyword arguments to the action method :returns: The result of the action method, which may (or may not) be an instance of the implementing VersionedObject class. """ objclass = objects_base.IronicObject.obj_class_from_name( objname, object_versions[objname]) result = self._object_dispatch(objclass, objmethod, context, args, kwargs) # NOTE(danms): The RPC layer will convert to primitives for us, # but in this case, we need to honor the version the client is # asking for, so we do it before returning here. if isinstance(result, objects_base.IronicObject): result = result.obj_to_primitive( target_version=object_versions[objname], version_manifest=object_versions) return result
[docs] @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.object_action') def object_action(self, context, objinst, objmethod, args, kwargs): """Perform an action on a VersionedObject instance. :param context: The context within which to perform the action :param objinst: The object instance on which to perform the action :param objmethod: The name of the action method to call :param args: The positional arguments to the action method :param kwargs: The keyword arguments to the action method :returns: A tuple with the updates made to the object and the result of the action method """ oldobj = objinst.obj_clone() result = self._object_dispatch(objinst, objmethod, context, args, kwargs) updates = dict() # NOTE(danms): Diff the object with the one passed to us and # generate a list of changes to forward back for name, field in objinst.fields.items(): if not objinst.obj_attr_is_set(name): # Avoid demand-loading anything continue if (not oldobj.obj_attr_is_set(name) or getattr(oldobj, name) != getattr(objinst, name)): updates[name] = field.to_primitive(objinst, name, getattr(objinst, name)) # This is safe since a field named this would conflict with the # method anyway updates['obj_what_changed'] = objinst.obj_what_changed() return updates, result
[docs] @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.object_backport_versions') def object_backport_versions(self, context, objinst, object_versions): """Perform a backport of an object instance. The default behavior of the base VersionedObjectSerializer, upon receiving an object with a version newer than what is in the local registry, is to call this method to request a backport of the object. :param context: The context within which to perform the backport :param objinst: An instance of a VersionedObject to be backported :param object_versions: A dict of {objname: version} mappings :returns: The downgraded instance of objinst """ target = object_versions[objinst.obj_name()] LOG.debug('Backporting %(obj)s to %(ver)s with versions %(manifest)s', {'obj': objinst.obj_name(), 'ver': target, 'manifest': ','.join( ['%s=%s' % (name, ver) for name, ver in object_versions.items()])}) return objinst.obj_to_primitive(target_version=target, version_manifest=object_versions)
@METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.add_node_traits') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.InvalidParameterValue, exception.NodeLocked, exception.NodeNotFound) def add_node_traits(self, context, node_id, traits, replace=False): """Add or replace traits for a node. :param context: request context. :param node_id: node ID or UUID. :param traits: a list of traits to add to the node. :param replace: True to replace all of the node's traits. :raises: InvalidParameterValue if adding the traits would exceed the per-node traits limit. Traits added prior to reaching the limit will not be removed. :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor. :raises: NodeNotFound if the node does not exist. """ LOG.debug("RPC add_node_traits called for the node %(node_id)s with " "traits %(traits)s", {'node_id': node_id, 'traits': traits}) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, purpose='add node traits'): if replace: objects.TraitList.create(context, node_id=node_id, traits=traits) else: for trait in traits: trait = objects.Trait(context, node_id=node_id, trait=trait) trait.create() @METRICS.timer('ConductorManager.remove_node_traits') @messaging.expected_exceptions(exception.NodeLocked, exception.NodeNotFound, exception.NodeTraitNotFound) def remove_node_traits(self, context, node_id, traits): """Remove some or all traits from a node. :param context: request context. :param node_id: node ID or UUID. :param traits: a list of traits to remove from the node, or None. If None, all traits will be removed from the node. :raises: NodeLocked if node is locked by another conductor. :raises: NodeNotFound if the node does not exist. :raises: NodeTraitNotFound if one of the traits is not found. Traits removed prior to the non-existent trait will not be replaced. """ LOG.debug("RPC remove_node_traits called for the node %(node_id)s " "with traits %(traits)s", {'node_id': node_id, 'traits': traits}) with task_manager.acquire(context, node_id, purpose='remove node traits'): if traits is None: objects.TraitList.destroy(context, node_id=node_id) else: for trait in traits: objects.Trait.destroy(context, node_id=node_id, trait=trait)
@METRICS.timer('get_vendor_passthru_metadata') def get_vendor_passthru_metadata(route_dict): d = {} for method, metadata in route_dict.items(): # 'func' is the vendor method reference, ignore it d[method] = {k: metadata[k] for k in metadata if k != 'func'} return d def _get_configdrive_obj_name(node): """Generate the object name for the config drive.""" return 'configdrive-%s' % node.uuid def _store_configdrive(node, configdrive): """Handle the storage of the config drive. If configured, the config drive data are uploaded to swift or radosgw. The Node's instance_info is updated to include either the temporary Swift URL from the upload, or if no upload, the actual config drive data. :param node: an Ironic node object. :param configdrive: A gzipped and base64 encoded configdrive. :raises: SwiftOperationError if an error occur when uploading the config drive to swift or radosgw. :raises: ConfigInvalid if required keystone authorization credentials with swift are missing. """ if CONF.deploy.configdrive_use_object_store: # NOTE(lucasagomes): No reason to use a different timeout than # the one used for deploying the node timeout = CONF.conductor.deploy_callback_timeout container = CONF.conductor.configdrive_swift_container object_name = _get_configdrive_obj_name(node) object_headers = {'X-Delete-After': str(timeout)} with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(dir=CONF.tempdir) as fileobj: fileobj.write(configdrive) fileobj.flush() swift_api = swift.SwiftAPI() swift_api.create_object(container, object_name, fileobj.name, object_headers=object_headers) configdrive = swift_api.get_temp_url(container, object_name, timeout) i_info = node.instance_info i_info['configdrive'] = configdrive node.instance_info = i_info node.save() @METRICS.timer('do_node_deploy') @task_manager.require_exclusive_lock def do_node_deploy(task, conductor_id, configdrive=None): """Prepare the environment and deploy a node.""" node = task.node def handle_failure(e, task, logmsg, errmsg, traceback=False): args = {'node': task.node.uuid, 'err': e} LOG.error(logmsg, args, exc_info=traceback) # NOTE(deva): there is no need to clear conductor_affinity task.process_event('fail') node.last_error = errmsg % e try: try: if configdrive: _store_configdrive(node, configdrive) except (exception.SwiftOperationError, exception.ConfigInvalid) as e: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): handle_failure( e, task, ('Error while uploading the configdrive for ' '%(node)s to Swift'), _('Failed to upload the configdrive to Swift. ' 'Error: %s')) except db_exception.DBDataError as e: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): # NOTE(hshiina): This error happens when the configdrive is # too large. Remove the configdrive from the # object to update DB successfully in handling # the failure. node.obj_reset_changes() handle_failure( e, task, ('Error while storing the configdrive for %(node)s into ' 'the database: %(err)s'), _("Failed to store the configdrive in the database. : %s")) except Exception as e: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): handle_failure( e, task, ('Unexpected error while preparing the configdrive for ' 'node %(node)s'), _("Failed to prepare the configdrive. Exception: %s"), traceback=True) try: task.driver.deploy.prepare(task) except exception.IronicException as e: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): handle_failure( e, task, ('Error while preparing to deploy to node %(node)s: ' '%(err)s'), _("Failed to prepare to deploy: %s")) except Exception as e: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): handle_failure( e, task, ('Unexpected error while preparing to deploy to node ' '%(node)s'), _("Failed to prepare to deploy. Exception: %s"), traceback=True) try: new_state = task.driver.deploy.deploy(task) except exception.IronicException as e: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): handle_failure( e, task, 'Error in deploy of node %(node)s: %(err)s', _("Failed to deploy: %s")) except Exception as e: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): handle_failure( e, task, 'Unexpected error while deploying node %(node)s', _("Failed to deploy. Exception: %s"), traceback=True) # Update conductor_affinity to reference this conductor's ID # since there may be local persistent state node.conductor_affinity = conductor_id # NOTE(deva): Some drivers may return states.DEPLOYWAIT # eg. if they are waiting for a callback if new_state == states.DEPLOYDONE: task.process_event('done') LOG.info('Successfully deployed node %(node)s with ' 'instance %(instance)s.', {'node': node.uuid, 'instance': node.instance_uuid}) elif new_state == states.DEPLOYWAIT: task.process_event('wait') else: LOG.error('Unexpected state %(state)s returned while ' 'deploying node %(node)s.', {'state': new_state, 'node': node.uuid}) finally: node.save() @task_manager.require_exclusive_lock def handle_sync_power_state_max_retries_exceeded(task, actual_power_state, exception=None): """Handles power state sync exceeding the max retries. When synchronizing the power state between a node and the DB has exceeded the maximum number of retries, change the DB power state to be the actual node power state and place the node in maintenance. :param task: a TaskManager instance with an exclusive lock :param actual_power_state: the actual power state of the node; a power state from ironic.common.states :param exception: the exception object that caused the sync power state to fail, if present. """ node = task.node msg = (_("During sync_power_state, max retries exceeded " "for node %(node)s, node state %(actual)s " "does not match expected state '%(state)s'. " "Updating DB state to '%(actual)s' " "Switching node to maintenance mode.") % {'node': node.uuid, 'actual': actual_power_state, 'state': node.power_state}) if exception is not None: msg += _(" Error: %s") % exception old_power_state = node.power_state node.power_state = actual_power_state node.last_error = msg node.maintenance = True node.maintenance_reason = msg node.save() if old_power_state != actual_power_state: notify_utils.emit_power_state_corrected_notification( task, old_power_state) LOG.error(msg) @METRICS.timer('do_sync_power_state') def do_sync_power_state(task, count): """Sync the power state for this node, incrementing the counter on failure. When the limit of power_state_sync_max_retries is reached, the node is put into maintenance mode and the error recorded. :param task: a TaskManager instance :param count: number of times this node has previously failed a sync :raises: NodeLocked if unable to upgrade task lock to an exclusive one :returns: Count of failed attempts. On success, the counter is set to 0. On failure, the count is incremented by one """ node = task.node old_power_state = node.power_state power_state = None count += 1 max_retries = CONF.conductor.power_state_sync_max_retries # If power driver info can not be validated, and node has no prior state, # do not attempt to sync the node's power state. if node.power_state is None: try: task.driver.power.validate(task) except exception.InvalidParameterValue: return 0 try: # The driver may raise an exception, or may return ERROR. # Handle both the same way. power_state = task.driver.power.get_power_state(task) if power_state == states.ERROR: raise exception.PowerStateFailure( _("Power driver returned ERROR state " "while trying to sync power state.")) except Exception as e: # Stop if any exception is raised when getting the power state if count > max_retries: task.upgrade_lock() handle_sync_power_state_max_retries_exceeded(task, power_state, exception=e) else: LOG.warning("During sync_power_state, could not get power " "state for node %(node)s, attempt %(attempt)s of " "%(retries)s. Error: %(err)s.", {'node': node.uuid, 'attempt': count, 'retries': max_retries, 'err': e}) return count if node.power_state and node.power_state == power_state: # No action is needed return 0 # We will modify a node, so upgrade our lock and use reloaded node. # This call may raise NodeLocked that will be caught on upper level. task.upgrade_lock() node = task.node # Repeat all checks with exclusive lock to avoid races if node.power_state and node.power_state == power_state: # Node power state was updated to the correct value return 0 elif node.provision_state in SYNC_EXCLUDED_STATES or node.maintenance: # Something was done to a node while a shared lock was held return 0 elif node.power_state is None: # If node has no prior state AND we successfully got a state, # simply record that and send a notification. LOG.info("During sync_power_state, node %(node)s has no " "previous known state. Recording current state '%(state)s'.", {'node': node.uuid, 'state': power_state}) node.power_state = power_state node.save() notify_utils.emit_power_state_corrected_notification( task, None) return 0 if count > max_retries: handle_sync_power_state_max_retries_exceeded(task, power_state) return count if CONF.conductor.force_power_state_during_sync: LOG.warning("During sync_power_state, node %(node)s state " "'%(actual)s' does not match expected state. " "Changing hardware state to '%(state)s'.", {'node': node.uuid, 'actual': power_state, 'state': node.power_state}) try: # node_power_action will update the node record # so don't do that again here. utils.node_power_action(task, node.power_state) except Exception as e: LOG.error( "Failed to change power state of node %(node)s " "to '%(state)s', attempt %(attempt)s of %(retries)s.", {'node': node.uuid, 'state': node.power_state, 'attempt': count, 'retries': max_retries}) else: LOG.warning("During sync_power_state, node %(node)s state " "does not match expected state '%(state)s'. " "Updating recorded state to '%(actual)s'.", {'node': node.uuid, 'actual': power_state, 'state': node.power_state}) node.power_state = power_state node.save() notify_utils.emit_power_state_corrected_notification( task, old_power_state) return count @task_manager.require_exclusive_lock def _do_inspect_hardware(task): """Initiates inspection. :param: task: a TaskManager instance with an exclusive lock on its node. :raises: HardwareInspectionFailure if driver doesn't return the state as states.MANAGEABLE or states.INSPECTING. """ node = task.node def handle_failure(e, log_func=LOG.error): node.last_error = e task.process_event('fail') log_func("Failed to inspect node %(node)s: %(err)s", {'node': node.uuid, 'err': e}) try: new_state = task.driver.inspect.inspect_hardware(task) except exception.IronicException as e: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): error = str(e) handle_failure(error) except Exception as e: error = (_('Unexpected exception of type %(type)s: %(msg)s') % {'type': type(e).__name__, 'msg': e}) handle_failure(error, log_func=LOG.exception) raise exception.HardwareInspectionFailure(error=error) if new_state == states.MANAGEABLE: task.process_event('done') LOG.info('Successfully inspected node %(node)s', {'node': node.uuid}) elif new_state != states.INSPECTING: error = (_("During inspection, driver returned unexpected " "state %(state)s") % {'state': new_state}) handle_failure(error) raise exception.HardwareInspectionFailure(error=error)
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