Source code for keystone.common.sql.migrate_repo.versions.091_migrate_data_to_local_user_and_password_tables

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import migrate
import sqlalchemy as sql
from sqlalchemy import func

[docs]def upgrade(migrate_engine): meta = sql.MetaData() meta.bind = migrate_engine user_table = sql.Table('user', meta, autoload=True) local_user_table = sql.Table('local_user', meta, autoload=True) password_table = sql.Table('password', meta, autoload=True) # migrate data to local_user table local_user_values = [] for row in # skip the row that already exists in `local_user`, this could # happen if run into a partially-migrated table due to the # bug #1549705. filter_by = local_user_table.c.user_id == row['id'] user_count =[func.count()]).select_from( local_user_table).where(filter_by).execute().fetchone()[0] if user_count == 0: local_user_values.append({'user_id': row['id'], 'domain_id': row['domain_id'], 'name': row['name']}) if local_user_values: local_user_table.insert().values(local_user_values).execute() # migrate data to password table sel = ([user_table, local_user_table], use_labels=True) .select_from(user_table.join(local_user_table, == local_user_table.c.user_id)) ) user_rows = sel.execute() password_values = [] for row in user_rows: if row['user_password']: password_values.append({'local_user_id': row['local_user_id'], 'password': row['user_password']}) if password_values: password_table.insert().values(password_values).execute() # NOTE(gnuoy): the `domain_id` unique constraint is not guaranteed to # be a fixed name, such as 'ixu_user_name_domain_id`, so we need to # search for the correct constraint that only affects # user_table.c.domain_id and drop that constraint. (Fix based on # morganfainbergs fix in to_drop = None if == 'mysql': for index in user_table.indexes: if (index.unique and len(index.columns) == 2 and 'domain_id' in index.columns and 'name' in index.columns): to_drop = index break else: for index in user_table.constraints: if (len(index.columns) == 2 and 'domain_id' in index.columns and 'name' in index.columns): to_drop = index break # remove domain_id and name unique constraint if != 'sqlite' and to_drop is not None: migrate.UniqueConstraint(user_table.c.domain_id,, # drop user columns user_table.c.domain_id.drop() user_table.c.password.drop()