Source code for compute.base

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import time

from oslo_log import log as logging

from tempest.common import compute
from tempest.common import waiters
from tempest import config
from tempest import exceptions
from tempest.lib.common import api_version_request
from tempest.lib.common import api_version_utils
from tempest.lib.common.utils import data_utils
from tempest.lib.common.utils import test_utils
from tempest.lib import exceptions as lib_exc
import tempest.test

CONF = config.CONF

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)


[docs]class BaseV2ComputeTest(api_version_utils.BaseMicroversionTest, tempest.test.BaseTestCase): """Base test case class for all Compute API tests.""" force_tenant_isolation = False # Set this to True in subclasses to create a default network. See # https://bugs.launchpad.net/tempest/+bug/1844568 create_default_network = False # TODO(andreaf) We should care also for the alt_manager here # but only once client lazy load in the manager is done credentials = ['primary'] @classmethod def skip_checks(cls): super(BaseV2ComputeTest, cls).skip_checks() if not CONF.service_available.nova: raise cls.skipException("Nova is not available") api_version_utils.check_skip_with_microversion( cls.min_microversion, cls.max_microversion, CONF.compute.min_microversion, CONF.compute.max_microversion) api_version_utils.check_skip_with_microversion( cls.volume_min_microversion, cls.volume_max_microversion, CONF.volume.min_microversion, CONF.volume.max_microversion) api_version_utils.check_skip_with_microversion( cls.placement_min_microversion, cls.placement_max_microversion, CONF.placement.min_microversion, CONF.placement.max_microversion) @classmethod def setup_credentials(cls): # Setting network=True, subnet=True creates a default network cls.set_network_resources( network=cls.create_default_network, subnet=cls.create_default_network, router=cls.create_default_network, dhcp=cls.create_default_network) super(BaseV2ComputeTest, cls).setup_credentials() @classmethod def setup_clients(cls): super(BaseV2ComputeTest, cls).setup_clients() cls.servers_client = cls.os_primary.servers_client cls.server_groups_client = cls.os_primary.server_groups_client cls.flavors_client = cls.os_primary.flavors_client cls.compute_images_client = cls.os_primary.compute_images_client cls.extensions_client = cls.os_primary.extensions_client cls.floating_ip_pools_client = cls.os_primary.floating_ip_pools_client cls.floating_ips_client = cls.os_primary.compute_floating_ips_client cls.keypairs_client = cls.os_primary.keypairs_client cls.security_group_rules_client = ( cls.os_primary.compute_security_group_rules_client) cls.security_groups_client =\ cls.os_primary.compute_security_groups_client cls.quotas_client = cls.os_primary.quotas_client cls.compute_networks_client = cls.os_primary.compute_networks_client cls.limits_client = cls.os_primary.limits_client cls.volumes_extensions_client =\ cls.os_primary.volumes_extensions_client cls.snapshots_extensions_client =\ cls.os_primary.snapshots_extensions_client cls.interfaces_client = cls.os_primary.interfaces_client cls.fixed_ips_client = cls.os_primary.fixed_ips_client cls.availability_zone_client = cls.os_primary.availability_zone_client cls.agents_client = cls.os_primary.agents_client cls.aggregates_client = cls.os_primary.aggregates_client cls.services_client = cls.os_primary.services_client cls.instance_usages_audit_log_client = ( cls.os_primary.instance_usages_audit_log_client) cls.hypervisor_client = cls.os_primary.hypervisor_client cls.certificates_client = cls.os_primary.certificates_client cls.migrations_client = cls.os_primary.migrations_client cls.security_group_default_rules_client = ( cls.os_primary.security_group_default_rules_client) cls.versions_client = cls.os_primary.compute_versions_client if CONF.service_available.cinder: cls.volumes_client = cls.os_primary.volumes_client_latest cls.attachments_client = cls.os_primary.attachments_client_latest cls.snapshots_client = cls.os_primary.snapshots_client_latest if CONF.service_available.glance: if CONF.image_feature_enabled.api_v1: cls.images_client = cls.os_primary.image_client elif CONF.image_feature_enabled.api_v2: cls.images_client = cls.os_primary.image_client_v2 else: raise lib_exc.InvalidConfiguration( 'Either api_v1 or api_v2 must be True in ' '[image-feature-enabled].') cls._check_depends_on_nova_network() @classmethod def _check_depends_on_nova_network(cls): # Since nova-network APIs were removed from Nova in the Rocky release, # determine, based on the max version from the version document, if # the compute API is >Queens and if so, skip tests that rely on # nova-network. if not getattr(cls, 'depends_on_nova_network', False): return versions = cls.versions_client.list_versions()['versions'] # Find the v2.1 version which will tell us our max version for the # compute API we're testing against. for version in versions: if version['id'] == 'v2.1': max_version = api_version_request.APIVersionRequest( version['version']) break else: LOG.warning( 'Unable to determine max v2.1 compute API version: %s', versions) return # The max compute API version in Queens is 2.60 so we cap # at that version. queens = api_version_request.APIVersionRequest('2.60') if max_version > queens: raise cls.skipException('nova-network is gone') @classmethod def resource_setup(cls): super(BaseV2ComputeTest, cls).resource_setup() cls.request_microversion = ( api_version_utils.select_request_microversion( cls.min_microversion, CONF.compute.min_microversion)) cls.volume_request_microversion = ( api_version_utils.select_request_microversion( cls.volume_min_microversion, CONF.volume.min_microversion)) cls.placement_request_microversion = ( api_version_utils.select_request_microversion( cls.placement_min_microversion, CONF.placement.min_microversion)) cls.setup_api_microversion_fixture( compute_microversion=cls.request_microversion, volume_microversion=cls.volume_request_microversion, placement_microversion=cls.placement_request_microversion) cls.build_interval = CONF.compute.build_interval cls.build_timeout = CONF.compute.build_timeout cls.image_ref = CONF.compute.image_ref cls.image_ref_alt = CONF.compute.image_ref_alt cls.flavor_ref = CONF.compute.flavor_ref cls.flavor_ref_alt = CONF.compute.flavor_ref_alt cls.ssh_user = CONF.validation.image_ssh_user cls.ssh_alt_user = CONF.validation.image_alt_ssh_user cls.image_ssh_user = CONF.validation.image_ssh_user cls.image_alt_ssh_user = CONF.validation.image_alt_ssh_user cls.image_ssh_password = CONF.validation.image_ssh_password cls.image_alt_ssh_password = CONF.validation.image_alt_ssh_password @classmethod def is_requested_microversion_compatible(cls, max_version): """Check the compatibility of selected request microversion This method will check if selected request microversion (cls.request_microversion) for test is compatible with respect to 'max_version'. Compatible means if selected request microversion is in the range(<=) of 'max_version'. :param max_version: maximum microversion to compare for compatibility. Example: '2.30' :returns: True if selected request microversion is compatible with 'max_version'. False in other case. """ try: req_version_obj = api_version_request.APIVersionRequest( cls.request_microversion) # NOTE(gmann): This is case where this method is used before calling # resource_setup(), where cls.request_microversion is set. There may # not be any such case but still we can handle this case. except AttributeError: request_microversion = ( api_version_utils.select_request_microversion( cls.min_microversion, CONF.compute.min_microversion)) req_version_obj = api_version_request.APIVersionRequest( request_microversion) max_version_obj = api_version_request.APIVersionRequest(max_version) return req_version_obj <= max_version_obj @classmethod def server_check_teardown(cls): """Checks is the shared server clean enough for subsequent test. Method will delete the server when it's dirty. The setUp method is responsible for creating a new server. Exceptions raised in tearDown class are fails the test case, This method supposed to use only by tearDown methods, when the shared server_id is stored in the server_id of the class. """ if getattr(cls, 'server_id', None) is not None: try: waiters.wait_for_server_status(cls.servers_client, cls.server_id, 'ACTIVE') except Exception as exc: LOG.exception(exc) cls.servers_client.delete_server(cls.server_id) waiters.wait_for_server_termination(cls.servers_client, cls.server_id) cls.server_id = None raise @classmethod def create_test_server(cls, validatable=False, volume_backed=False, validation_resources=None, clients=None, **kwargs): """Wrapper utility that returns a test server. This wrapper utility calls the common create test server and returns a test server. The purpose of this wrapper is to minimize the impact on the code of the tests already using this function. :param validatable: Whether the server will be pingable or sshable. :param volume_backed: Whether the instance is volume backed or not. :param validation_resources: Dictionary of validation resources as returned by `get_class_validation_resources`. :param clients: Client manager, defaults to os_primary. :param kwargs: Extra arguments are passed down to the `compute.create_test_server` call. """ if 'name' not in kwargs: kwargs['name'] = data_utils.rand_name(cls.__name__ + "-server") request_version = api_version_request.APIVersionRequest( cls.request_microversion) v2_37_version = api_version_request.APIVersionRequest('2.37') tenant_network = cls.get_tenant_network() # NOTE(snikitin): since microversion v2.37 'networks' field is required if (request_version >= v2_37_version and 'networks' not in kwargs and not tenant_network): kwargs['networks'] = 'none' if clients is None: clients = cls.os_primary body, servers = compute.create_test_server( clients, validatable, validation_resources=validation_resources, tenant_network=tenant_network, volume_backed=volume_backed, **kwargs) # For each server schedule wait and delete, so we first delete all # and then wait for all for server in servers: cls.addClassResourceCleanup(waiters.wait_for_server_termination, clients.servers_client, server['id']) for server in servers: cls.addClassResourceCleanup( test_utils.call_and_ignore_notfound_exc, clients.servers_client.delete_server, server['id']) return body @classmethod def create_security_group(cls, name=None, description=None): if name is None: name = data_utils.rand_name(cls.__name__ + "-securitygroup") if description is None: description = data_utils.rand_name('description') body = cls.security_groups_client.create_security_group( name=name, description=description)['security_group'] cls.addClassResourceCleanup( test_utils.call_and_ignore_notfound_exc, cls.security_groups_client.delete_security_group, body['id']) return body @classmethod def create_test_server_group(cls, name="", policy=None): if not name: name = data_utils.rand_name(cls.__name__ + "-Server-Group") if cls.is_requested_microversion_compatible('2.63'): policy = policy or ['affinity'] if not isinstance(policy, list): policy = [policy] kwargs = {'policies': policy} else: policy = policy or 'affinity' if isinstance(policy, list): policy = policy[0] kwargs = {'policy': policy} body = cls.server_groups_client.create_server_group( name=name, **kwargs)['server_group'] cls.addClassResourceCleanup( test_utils.call_and_ignore_notfound_exc, cls.server_groups_client.delete_server_group, body['id']) return body def wait_for(self, condition): """Repeatedly calls condition() until a timeout.""" start_time = int(time.time()) while True: try: condition() except Exception: pass else: return if int(time.time()) - start_time >= self.build_timeout: condition() return time.sleep(self.build_interval) @classmethod def prepare_instance_network(cls): if (CONF.validation.auth_method != 'disabled' and CONF.validation.connect_method == 'floating'): cls.set_network_resources(network=True, subnet=True, router=True, dhcp=True) @classmethod def create_image_from_server(cls, server_id, **kwargs): """Wrapper utility that returns an image created from the server. If compute microversion >= 2.36, the returned image response will be from the image service API rather than the compute image proxy API. """ name = kwargs.pop('name', data_utils.rand_name(cls.__name__ + "-image")) wait_until = kwargs.pop('wait_until', None) wait_for_server = kwargs.pop('wait_for_server', True) image = cls.compute_images_client.create_image(server_id, name=name, **kwargs) if api_version_utils.compare_version_header_to_response( "OpenStack-API-Version", "compute 2.45", image.response, "lt"): image_id = image['image_id'] else: image_id = data_utils.parse_image_id(image.response['location']) # The compute image proxy APIs were deprecated in 2.35 so # use the images client directly if the API microversion being # used is >=2.36. if not cls.is_requested_microversion_compatible('2.35'): client = cls.images_client else: client = cls.compute_images_client cls.addClassResourceCleanup(test_utils.call_and_ignore_notfound_exc, client.delete_image, image_id) if wait_until is not None: try: wait_until = wait_until.upper() if not cls.is_requested_microversion_compatible('2.35'): wait_until = wait_until.lower() waiters.wait_for_image_status(client, image_id, wait_until) except lib_exc.NotFound: if wait_until.upper() == 'ACTIVE': # If the image is not found after create_image returned # that means the snapshot failed in nova-compute and nova # deleted the image. There should be a compute fault # recorded with the server in that case, so get the server # and dump some details. server = ( cls.servers_client.show_server(server_id)['server']) if 'fault' in server: raise exceptions.SnapshotNotFoundException( server['fault'], image_id=image_id) else: raise exceptions.SnapshotNotFoundException( image_id=image_id) else: raise image = client.show_image(image_id) # Compute image client returns response wrapped in 'image' element # which is not the case with Glance image client. if 'image' in image: image = image['image'] if wait_until.upper() == 'ACTIVE': if wait_for_server: waiters.wait_for_server_status(cls.servers_client, server_id, 'ACTIVE') return image @classmethod def recreate_server(cls, server_id, validatable=False, wait_until='ACTIVE', **kwargs): """Destroy an existing class level server and creates a new one Some test classes use a test server that can be used by multiple tests. This is done to optimise runtime and test load. If something goes wrong with the test server, it can be rebuilt using this helper. This helper can also be used for the initial provisioning if no server_id is specified. :param server_id: UUID of the server to be rebuilt. If None is specified, a new server is provisioned. :param validatable: whether to the server needs to be validatable. When True, validation resources are acquired via the `get_class_validation_resources` helper. :param kwargs: extra paramaters are passed through to the `create_test_server` call. :return: the UUID of the created server. """ if server_id: cls.delete_server(server_id) cls.password = data_utils.rand_password() server = cls.create_test_server( validatable, validation_resources=cls.get_class_validation_resources( cls.os_primary), wait_until=wait_until, adminPass=cls.password, **kwargs) return server['id'] @classmethod def delete_server(cls, server_id): """Deletes an existing server and waits for it to be gone.""" try: cls.servers_client.delete_server(server_id) waiters.wait_for_server_termination(cls.servers_client, server_id) except Exception: LOG.exception('Failed to delete server %s', server_id) def resize_server( self, server_id, new_flavor_id, wait_until='ACTIVE', **kwargs ): """resize and confirm_resize an server, waits for it to be ACTIVE.""" self.servers_client.resize_server(server_id, new_flavor_id, **kwargs) waiters.wait_for_server_status(self.servers_client, server_id, 'VERIFY_RESIZE') self.servers_client.confirm_resize_server(server_id) waiters.wait_for_server_status( self.servers_client, server_id, 'ACTIVE') server = self.servers_client.show_server(server_id)['server'] validation_resources = self.get_class_validation_resources( self.os_primary) if ( validation_resources and wait_until in ("SSHABLE", "PINGABLE") and CONF.validation.run_validation ): tenant_network = self.get_tenant_network() compute.wait_for_ssh_or_ping( server, self.os_primary, tenant_network, True, validation_resources, wait_until, True) self.assert_flavor_equal(new_flavor_id, server['flavor']) def reboot_server(self, server_id, type): """Reboot a server and wait for it to be ACTIVE.""" self.servers_client.reboot_server(server_id, type=type) waiters.wait_for_server_status( self.servers_client, server_id, 'ACTIVE') @classmethod def delete_volume(cls, volume_id): """Deletes the given volume and waits for it to be gone.""" try: cls.volumes_client.delete_volume(volume_id) # TODO(mriedem): We should move the wait_for_resource_deletion # into the delete_volume method as a convenience to the caller. cls.volumes_client.wait_for_resource_deletion(volume_id) except lib_exc.NotFound: LOG.warning("Unable to delete volume '%s' since it was not found. " "Maybe it was already deleted?", volume_id) @classmethod def get_server_ip(cls, server, validation_resources=None): """Get the server fixed or floating IP. Based on the configuration we're in, return a correct ip address for validating that a guest is up. :param server: The server dict as returned by the API :param validation_resources: The dict of validation resources provisioned for the server. """ return compute.get_server_ip( server, validation_resources=validation_resources) @classmethod def create_volume(cls, image_ref=None, **kwargs): """Create a volume and wait for it to become 'available'. :param image_ref: Specify an image id to create a bootable volume. :param kwargs: other parameters to create volume. :returns: The available volume. """ if 'size' not in kwargs: kwargs['size'] = CONF.volume.volume_size if 'display_name' not in kwargs: vol_name = data_utils.rand_name(cls.__name__ + '-volume') kwargs['display_name'] = vol_name if image_ref is not None: kwargs['imageRef'] = image_ref if CONF.volume.volume_type and 'volume_type' not in kwargs: # If volume_type is not provided in config then no need to # add a volume type and # if volume_type has already been added by child class then # no need to override. kwargs['volume_type'] = CONF.volume.volume_type if CONF.compute.compute_volume_common_az: kwargs.setdefault('availability_zone', CONF.compute.compute_volume_common_az) volume = cls.volumes_client.create_volume(**kwargs)['volume'] cls.addClassResourceCleanup( cls.volumes_client.wait_for_resource_deletion, volume['id']) cls.addClassResourceCleanup(test_utils.call_and_ignore_notfound_exc, cls.volumes_client.delete_volume, volume['id']) waiters.wait_for_volume_resource_status(cls.volumes_client, volume['id'], 'available') return volume def _detach_volume(self, server, volume): """Helper method to detach a volume. Ignores 404 responses if the volume or server do not exist, or the volume is already detached from the server. """ try: volume = self.volumes_client.show_volume(volume['id'])['volume'] # Check the status. You can only detach an in-use volume, otherwise # the compute API will return a 400 response. if volume['status'] == 'in-use': self.servers_client.detach_volume(server['id'], volume['id']) except lib_exc.NotFound: # Ignore 404s on detach in case the server is deleted or the volume # is already detached. pass def attach_volume(self, server, volume, device=None, tag=None): """Attaches volume to server and waits for 'in-use' volume status. The volume will be detached when the test tears down. :param server: The server to which the volume will be attached. :param volume: The volume to attach. :param device: Optional mountpoint for the attached volume. Note that this is not guaranteed for all hypervisors and is not recommended. :param tag: Optional device role tag to apply to the volume. """ attach_kwargs = dict(volumeId=volume['id']) if device: attach_kwargs['device'] = device if tag: attach_kwargs['tag'] = tag attachment = self.servers_client.attach_volume( server['id'], **attach_kwargs)['volumeAttachment'] # NOTE(lyarwood): During attach we initially wait for the volume # attachment and then check the volume state. waiters.wait_for_volume_attachment_create( self.volumes_client, volume['id'], server['id']) # TODO(lyarwood): Remove the following volume status checks and move to # attachment status checks across all volumes now with the 3.27 # microversion somehow. if not volume['multiattach']: waiters.wait_for_volume_resource_status( self.volumes_client, volume['id'], 'in-use') # NOTE(lyarwood): On teardown (LIFO) initially wait for the volume # attachment in Nova to be removed. While this technically happens last # we want this to be the first waiter as if it fails we can then dump # the contents of the console log. The final check of the volume state # should be a no-op by this point and is just added for completeness # when detaching non-multiattach volumes. if not volume['multiattach']: self.addCleanup( waiters.wait_for_volume_resource_status, self.volumes_client, volume['id'], 'available') self.addCleanup( waiters.wait_for_volume_attachment_remove_from_server, self.servers_client, server['id'], volume['id']) self.addCleanup(self._detach_volume, server, volume) return attachment def create_volume_snapshot(self, volume_id, name=None, description=None, metadata=None, force=False): name = name or data_utils.rand_name( self.__class__.__name__ + '-snapshot') snapshot = self.snapshots_client.create_snapshot( volume_id=volume_id, force=force, display_name=name, description=description, metadata=metadata)['snapshot'] self.addCleanup(self.snapshots_client.wait_for_resource_deletion, snapshot['id']) self.addCleanup(self.snapshots_client.delete_snapshot, snapshot['id']) waiters.wait_for_volume_resource_status(self.snapshots_client, snapshot['id'], 'available') snapshot = self.snapshots_client.show_snapshot( snapshot['id'])['snapshot'] return snapshot def assert_flavor_equal(self, flavor_id, server_flavor): """Check whether server_flavor equals to flavor. :param flavor_id: flavor id :param server_flavor: flavor info returned by show_server. """ # Nova API > 2.46 no longer includes flavor.id, and schema check # will cover whether 'id' should be in flavor if server_flavor.get('id'): msg = ('server flavor is not same as flavor!') self.assertEqual(flavor_id, server_flavor['id'], msg) else: flavor = self.flavors_client.show_flavor(flavor_id)['flavor'] self.assertEqual(flavor['name'], server_flavor['original_name'], "original_name in server flavor is not same as " "flavor name!") for key in ['ram', 'vcpus', 'disk']: msg = ('attribute %s in server flavor is not same as ' 'flavor!' % key) self.assertEqual(flavor[key], server_flavor[key], msg)
[docs]class BaseV2ComputeAdminTest(BaseV2ComputeTest): """Base test case class for Compute Admin API tests.""" credentials = ['primary', 'admin'] @classmethod def setup_clients(cls): super(BaseV2ComputeAdminTest, cls).setup_clients() cls.availability_zone_admin_client = ( cls.os_admin.availability_zone_client) cls.admin_flavors_client = cls.os_admin.flavors_client cls.admin_servers_client = cls.os_admin.servers_client cls.admin_image_client = cls.os_admin.image_client_v2 cls.admin_assisted_volume_snapshots_client = \ cls.os_admin.assisted_volume_snapshots_client def create_flavor(self, ram, vcpus, disk, name=None, is_public='True', **kwargs): if name is None: name = data_utils.rand_name(self.__class__.__name__ + "-flavor") id = kwargs.pop('id', data_utils.rand_int_id(start=1000)) client = self.admin_flavors_client flavor = client.create_flavor( ram=ram, vcpus=vcpus, disk=disk, name=name, id=id, is_public=is_public, **kwargs)['flavor'] self.addCleanup(client.wait_for_resource_deletion, flavor['id']) self.addCleanup(client.delete_flavor, flavor['id']) return flavor @classmethod def get_host_for_server(cls, server_id): server_details = cls.admin_servers_client.show_server(server_id) return server_details['server']['OS-EXT-SRV-ATTR:host'] def get_host_other_than(self, server_id): source_host = self.get_host_for_server(server_id) svcs = self.os_admin.services_client.list_services( binary='nova-compute')['services'] hosts = [] for svc in svcs: if svc['state'] == 'up' and svc['status'] == 'enabled': if CONF.compute.compute_volume_common_az: if svc['zone'] == CONF.compute.compute_volume_common_az: hosts.append(svc['host']) else: hosts.append(svc['host']) for target_host in hosts: if source_host != target_host: return target_host