Source code for octavia.amphorae.backends.utils.haproxy_query

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import csv
import socket

import six

from octavia.common import constants as consts

[docs]class HAProxyQuery(object): """Class used for querying the HAProxy statistics socket. The CSV output is defined in the HAProxy documentation: http://cbonte.github.io/haproxy-dconv/configuration-1.4.html#9 """ def __init__(self, stats_socket): """stats_socket Path to the HAProxy statistics socket file. """ self.socket = stats_socket def _query(self, query): """Send the given query to the haproxy statistics socket. :returns: the output of a successful query as a string with trailing newlines removed, or raise an Exception if the query fails. """ sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_UNIX, socket.SOCK_STREAM) try: sock.connect(self.socket) except socket.error: raise Exception(_("HAProxy '{0}' query failed.").format(query)) try: sock.send(six.b(query + '\n')) data = u'' while True: x = sock.recv(1024) if not x: break data += x.decode('ascii') if ( isinstance(x, six.binary_type)) else x return data.rstrip() finally: sock.close()
[docs] def show_info(self): """Get and parse output from 'show info' command.""" results = self._query('show info') dict_results = dict() for r in results.split('\n'): vals = r.split(":", 1) dict_results[vals[0].strip()] = vals[1].strip() return dict_results
[docs] def show_stat(self, proxy_iid=-1, object_type=-1, server_id=-1): """Get and parse output from 'show status' command. :param proxy_iid: Proxy ID (column 27 in CSV output). -1 for all. :param object_type: Select the type of dumpable object. Values can be ORed. -1 - everything 1 - frontends 2 - backends 4 - servers :param server_id: Server ID (column 28 in CSV output?), or -1 for everything. :returns: stats (split into an array by newline) """ results = self._query( 'show stat {proxy_iid} {object_type} {server_id}'.format( proxy_iid=proxy_iid, object_type=object_type, server_id=server_id)) list_results = results[2:].split('\n') csv_reader = csv.DictReader(list_results) return [row for row in csv_reader]
[docs] def get_pool_status(self): """Get status for each server and the pool as a whole. :returns: pool data structure {<pool-name>: { 'uuid': <uuid>, 'status': 'UP'|'DOWN', 'members': [<name>: 'UP'|'DOWN'|'DRAIN'|'no check'] }} """ results = self.show_stat(object_type=6) # servers + pool final_results = {} for line in results: # pxname: pool, svname: server_name, status: status # Due to a bug in some versions of HAProxy, DRAIN mode isn't # calculated correctly, but we can spoof the correct value here. if line['status'] == consts.UP and line['weight'] == 0: line['status'] = consts.DRAIN if line['pxname'] not in final_results: final_results[line['pxname']] = dict(members={}) if line['svname'] == 'BACKEND': final_results[line['pxname']]['uuid'] = line['pxname'] final_results[line['pxname']]['status'] = line['status'] else: final_results[line['pxname']]['members'][line['svname']] = ( line['status']) return final_results
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