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# vim: tabstop=4 shiftwidth=4 softtabstop=4
# Copyright 2010 United States Government as represented by the
# Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
# All Rights Reserved.
# Copyright (c) 2010 Citrix Systems, Inc.
# Copyright (c) 2011 Piston Cloud Computing, Inc
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
# not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
# a copy of the License at
#
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#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
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# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
# License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
# under the License.
"""
A connection to a hypervisor through libvirt.
Supports KVM, LXC, QEMU, UML, and XEN.
**Related Flags**
:libvirt_type: Libvirt domain type. Can be kvm, qemu, uml, xen
(default: kvm).
:libvirt_uri: Override for the default libvirt URI (depends on libvirt_type).
:libvirt_xml_template: Libvirt XML Template.
:libvirt_disk_prefix: Override the default disk prefix for the devices
attached to a server.
:rescue_image_id: Rescue ami image (None = original image).
:rescue_kernel_id: Rescue aki image (None = original image).
:rescue_ramdisk_id: Rescue ari image (None = original image).
:injected_network_template: Template file for injected network
:allow_same_net_traffic: Whether to allow in project network traffic
"""
import errno
import hashlib
import functools
import glob
import multiprocessing
import os
import shutil
import sys
import time
import uuid
from eventlet import greenthread
from eventlet import tpool
from xml.dom import minidom
from xml.etree import ElementTree
from nova import block_device
from nova.compute import instance_types
from nova.compute import power_state
from nova import context as nova_context
from nova import db
from nova import exception
from nova import flags
import nova.image
from nova import log as logging
from nova.openstack.common import cfg
from nova import utils
from nova.virt import driver
from nova.virt.disk import api as disk
from nova.virt.libvirt import firewall
from nova.virt.libvirt import imagecache
from nova.virt.libvirt import utils as libvirt_utils
libvirt = None
Template = None
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
libvirt_opts = [
cfg.StrOpt('rescue_image_id',
default=None,
help='Rescue ami image'),
cfg.StrOpt('rescue_kernel_id',
default=None,
help='Rescue aki image'),
cfg.StrOpt('rescue_ramdisk_id',
default=None,
help='Rescue ari image'),
cfg.StrOpt('libvirt_xml_template',
default='$pybasedir/nova/virt/libvirt.xml.template',
help='Libvirt XML Template'),
cfg.StrOpt('libvirt_type',
default='kvm',
help='Libvirt domain type (valid options are: '
'kvm, lxc, qemu, uml, xen)'),
cfg.StrOpt('libvirt_uri',
default='',
help='Override the default libvirt URI '
'(which is dependent on libvirt_type)'),
cfg.BoolOpt('libvirt_inject_password',
default=False,
help='Inject the admin password at boot time, '
'without an agent.'),
cfg.BoolOpt('use_usb_tablet',
default=True,
help='Sync virtual and real mouse cursors in Windows VMs'),
cfg.StrOpt('cpuinfo_xml_template',
default='$pybasedir/nova/virt/cpuinfo.xml.template',
help='CpuInfo XML Template (Used only live migration now)'),
cfg.StrOpt('live_migration_uri',
default="qemu+tcp://%s/system",
help='Define protocol used by live_migration feature'),
cfg.StrOpt('live_migration_flag',
default='VIR_MIGRATE_UNDEFINE_SOURCE, VIR_MIGRATE_PEER2PEER',
help='Define live migration behavior.'),
cfg.StrOpt('block_migration_flag',
default='VIR_MIGRATE_UNDEFINE_SOURCE, VIR_MIGRATE_PEER2PEER, '
'VIR_MIGRATE_NON_SHARED_INC',
help='Define block migration behavior.'),
cfg.IntOpt('live_migration_bandwidth',
default=0,
help='Define live migration behavior'),
cfg.StrOpt('snapshot_image_format',
default=None,
help='Snapshot image format (valid options are : '
'raw, qcow2, vmdk, vdi). '
'Defaults to same as source image'),
cfg.StrOpt('libvirt_vif_type',
default='bridge',
help='Type of VIF to create.'),
cfg.StrOpt('libvirt_vif_driver',
default='nova.virt.libvirt.vif.LibvirtBridgeDriver',
help='The libvirt VIF driver to configure the VIFs.'),
cfg.ListOpt('libvirt_volume_drivers',
default=[
'iscsi=nova.virt.libvirt.volume.LibvirtISCSIVolumeDriver',
'local=nova.virt.libvirt.volume.LibvirtVolumeDriver',
'fake=nova.virt.libvirt.volume.LibvirtFakeVolumeDriver',
'rbd=nova.virt.libvirt.volume.LibvirtNetVolumeDriver',
'sheepdog=nova.virt.libvirt.volume.LibvirtNetVolumeDriver'
],
help='Libvirt handlers for remote volumes.'),
cfg.BoolOpt('libvirt_use_virtio_for_bridges',
default=False,
help='Use virtio for bridge interfaces'),
cfg.StrOpt('libvirt_disk_prefix',
default=None,
help='Override the default disk prefix for the devices attached'
' to a server, which is dependent on libvirt_type. '
'(valid options are: sd, xvd, uvd, vd)'),
cfg.IntOpt('libvirt_wait_soft_reboot_seconds',
default=120,
help='Number of seconds to wait for instance to shut down after'
' soft reboot request is made. We fall back to hard reboot'
' if instance does not shutdown within this window.'),
cfg.BoolOpt('libvirt_nonblocking',
default=False,
help='Use a separated OS thread pool to realize non-blocking'
' libvirt calls')
]
FLAGS = flags.FLAGS
FLAGS.register_opts(libvirt_opts)
flags.DECLARE('live_migration_retry_count', 'nova.compute.manager')
flags.DECLARE('vncserver_proxyclient_address', 'nova.vnc')
def patch_tpool_proxy():
"""eventlet.tpool.Proxy doesn't work with old-style class in __str__()
or __repr__() calls. See bug #962840 for details.
We perform a monkey patch to replace those two instance methods.
"""
def str_method(self):
return str(self._obj)
def repr_method(self):
return repr(self._obj)
tpool.Proxy.__str__ = str_method
tpool.Proxy.__repr__ = repr_method
patch_tpool_proxy()
def get_connection(read_only):
# These are loaded late so that there's no need to install these
# libraries when not using libvirt.
# Cheetah is separate because the unit tests want to load Cheetah,
# but not libvirt.
global libvirt
if libvirt is None:
libvirt = __import__('libvirt')
_late_load_cheetah()
return LibvirtConnection(read_only)
def _late_load_cheetah():
global Template
if Template is None:
t = __import__('Cheetah.Template', globals(), locals(),
['Template'], -1)
Template = t.Template
def _get_eph_disk(ephemeral):
return 'disk.eph' + str(ephemeral['num'])
class LibvirtConnection(driver.ComputeDriver):
def __init__(self, read_only):
super(LibvirtConnection, self).__init__()
self._host_state = None
self._initiator = None
self._wrapped_conn = None
self.container = None
self.read_only = read_only
if FLAGS.firewall_driver not in firewall.drivers:
FLAGS.set_default('firewall_driver', firewall.drivers[0])
fw_class = utils.import_class(FLAGS.firewall_driver)
self.firewall_driver = fw_class(get_connection=self._get_connection)
self.vif_driver = utils.import_object(FLAGS.libvirt_vif_driver)
self.volume_drivers = {}
for driver_str in FLAGS.libvirt_volume_drivers:
driver_type, _sep, driver = driver_str.partition('=')
driver_class = utils.import_class(driver)
self.volume_drivers[driver_type] = driver_class(self)
self._host_state = None
disk_prefix_map = {"lxc": "", "uml": "ubd", "xen": "sd"}
if FLAGS.libvirt_disk_prefix:
self._disk_prefix = FLAGS.libvirt_disk_prefix
else:
self._disk_prefix = disk_prefix_map.get(FLAGS.libvirt_type, 'vd')
self.default_root_device = self._disk_prefix + 'a'
self.default_second_device = self._disk_prefix + 'b'
self.default_third_device = self._disk_prefix + 'c'
self._disk_cachemode = None
self.image_cache_manager = imagecache.ImageCacheManager()
@property
def disk_cachemode(self):
if self._disk_cachemode is None:
# We prefer 'none' for consistent performance, host crash
# safety & migration correctness by avoiding host page cache.
# Some filesystems (eg GlusterFS via FUSE) don't support
# O_DIRECT though. For those we fallback to 'writethrough'
# which gives host crash safety, and is safe for migration
# provided the filesystem is cache coherant (cluster filesystems
# typically are, but things like NFS are not).
self._disk_cachemode = "none"
if not self._supports_direct_io(FLAGS.instances_path):
self._disk_cachemode = "writethrough"
return self._disk_cachemode
@property
def host_state(self):
if not self._host_state:
self._host_state = HostState(self.read_only)
return self._host_state
def init_host(self, host):
# NOTE(nsokolov): moved instance restarting to ComputeManager
pass
@property
def libvirt_xml(self):
if not hasattr(self, '_libvirt_xml_cache_info'):
self._libvirt_xml_cache_info = {}
return utils.read_cached_file(FLAGS.libvirt_xml_template,
self._libvirt_xml_cache_info)
@property
def cpuinfo_xml(self):
if not hasattr(self, '_cpuinfo_xml_cache_info'):
self._cpuinfo_xml_cache_info = {}
return utils.read_cached_file(FLAGS.cpuinfo_xml_template,
self._cpuinfo_xml_cache_info)
def _get_connection(self):
if not self._wrapped_conn or not self._test_connection():
LOG.debug(_('Connecting to libvirt: %s'), self.uri)
if not FLAGS.libvirt_nonblocking:
self._wrapped_conn = self._connect(self.uri,
self.read_only)
else:
self._wrapped_conn = tpool.proxy_call(
(libvirt.virDomain, libvirt.virConnect),
self._connect, self.uri, self.read_only)
return self._wrapped_conn
_conn = property(_get_connection)
def _test_connection(self):
try:
self._wrapped_conn.getCapabilities()
return True
except libvirt.libvirtError as e:
if (e.get_error_code() == libvirt.VIR_ERR_SYSTEM_ERROR and
e.get_error_domain() in (libvirt.VIR_FROM_REMOTE,
libvirt.VIR_FROM_RPC)):
LOG.debug(_('Connection to libvirt broke'))
return False
raise
@property
def uri(self):
if FLAGS.libvirt_type == 'uml':
uri = FLAGS.libvirt_uri or 'uml:///system'
elif FLAGS.libvirt_type == 'xen':
uri = FLAGS.libvirt_uri or 'xen:///'
elif FLAGS.libvirt_type == 'lxc':
uri = FLAGS.libvirt_uri or 'lxc:///'
else:
uri = FLAGS.libvirt_uri or 'qemu:///system'
return uri
@staticmethod
def _connect(uri, read_only):
auth = [[libvirt.VIR_CRED_AUTHNAME, libvirt.VIR_CRED_NOECHOPROMPT],
'root',
None]
if read_only:
return libvirt.openReadOnly(uri)
else:
return libvirt.openAuth(uri, auth, 0)
def get_num_instances(self):
"""Efficient override of base instance_exists method."""
return self._conn.numOfDomains()
def instance_exists(self, instance_id):
"""Efficient override of base instance_exists method."""
try:
self._conn.lookupByName(instance_id)
return True
except libvirt.libvirtError:
return False
def list_instances(self):
return [self._conn.lookupByID(x).name()
for x in self._conn.listDomainsID()
if x != 0] # We skip domains with ID 0 (hypervisors).
@staticmethod
def _map_to_instance_info(domain):
"""Gets info from a virsh domain object into an InstanceInfo"""
# domain.info() returns a list of:
# state: one of the state values (virDomainState)
# maxMemory: the maximum memory used by the domain
# memory: the current amount of memory used by the domain
# nbVirtCPU: the number of virtual CPU
# puTime: the time used by the domain in nanoseconds
(state, _max_mem, _mem, _num_cpu, _cpu_time) = domain.info()
name = domain.name()
return driver.InstanceInfo(name, state)
def list_instances_detail(self):
infos = []
for domain_id in self._conn.listDomainsID():
domain = self._conn.lookupByID(domain_id)
info = self._map_to_instance_info(domain)
infos.append(info)
return infos
def plug_vifs(self, instance, network_info):
"""Plug VIFs into networks."""
for (network, mapping) in network_info:
self.vif_driver.plug(instance, network, mapping)
def unplug_vifs(self, instance, network_info):
"""Unplug VIFs from networks."""
for (network, mapping) in network_info:
self.vif_driver.unplug(instance, network, mapping)
def _destroy(self, instance, network_info, block_device_info=None,
cleanup=True):
try:
virt_dom = self._lookup_by_name(instance['name'])
except exception.NotFound:
virt_dom = None
# If the instance is already terminated, we're still happy
# Otherwise, destroy it
if virt_dom is not None:
try:
virt_dom.destroy()
except libvirt.libvirtError as e:
is_okay = False
errcode = e.get_error_code()
if errcode == libvirt.VIR_ERR_OPERATION_INVALID:
# If the instance if already shut off, we get this:
# Code=55 Error=Requested operation is not valid:
# domain is not running
(state, _max_mem, _mem, _cpus, _t) = virt_dom.info()
if state == power_state.SHUTOFF:
is_okay = True
if not is_okay:
LOG.warning(_("Error from libvirt during destroy. "
"Code=%(errcode)s Error=%(e)s") %
locals(), instance=instance)
raise
try:
# NOTE(derekh): we can switch to undefineFlags and
# VIR_DOMAIN_UNDEFINE_MANAGED_SAVE once we require 0.9.4
if virt_dom.hasManagedSaveImage(0):
virt_dom.managedSaveRemove(0)
except libvirt.libvirtError as e:
errcode = e.get_error_code()
LOG.warning(_("Error from libvirt during saved instance "
"removal. Code=%(errcode)s Error=%(e)s") %
locals(), instance=instance)
try:
# NOTE(justinsb): We remove the domain definition. We probably
# would do better to keep it if cleanup=False (e.g. volumes?)
# (e.g. #2 - not losing machines on failure)
virt_dom.undefine()
except libvirt.libvirtError as e:
errcode = e.get_error_code()
LOG.warning(_("Error from libvirt during undefine. "
"Code=%(errcode)s Error=%(e)s") %
locals(), instance=instance)
raise
self.unplug_vifs(instance, network_info)
def _wait_for_destroy():
"""Called at an interval until the VM is gone."""
try:
self.get_info(instance)
except exception.NotFound:
LOG.info(_("Instance destroyed successfully."),
instance=instance)
raise utils.LoopingCallDone
timer = utils.LoopingCall(_wait_for_destroy)
timer.start(interval=0.5, now=True)
try:
self.firewall_driver.unfilter_instance(instance,
network_info=network_info)
except libvirt.libvirtError as e:
errcode = e.get_error_code()
LOG.warning(_("Error from libvirt during unfilter. "
"Code=%(errcode)s Error=%(e)s") %
locals(), instance=instance)
reason = "Error unfiltering instance."
raise exception.InstanceTerminationFailure(reason=reason)
# NOTE(vish): we disconnect from volumes regardless
block_device_mapping = driver.block_device_info_get_mapping(
block_device_info)
for vol in block_device_mapping:
connection_info = vol['connection_info']
mountpoint = vol['mount_device']
self.volume_driver_method('disconnect_volume',
connection_info,
mountpoint)
if cleanup:
self._cleanup(instance)
return True
def destroy(self, instance, network_info, block_device_info=None):
return self._destroy(instance, network_info, block_device_info,
cleanup=True)
def _cleanup(self, instance):
target = os.path.join(FLAGS.instances_path, instance['name'])
LOG.info(_('Deleting instance files %(target)s') % locals(),
instance=instance)
if FLAGS.libvirt_type == 'lxc':
disk.destroy_container(self.container)
if os.path.exists(target):
shutil.rmtree(target)
def get_volume_connector(self, instance):
if not self._initiator:
self._initiator = libvirt_utils.get_iscsi_initiator()
if not self._initiator:
LOG.warn(_('Could not determine iscsi initiator name'),
instance=instance)
return {
'ip': FLAGS.my_ip,
'initiator': self._initiator,
}
def _cleanup_resize(self, instance):
target = os.path.join(FLAGS.instances_path,
instance['name'] + "_resize")
if os.path.exists(target):
shutil.rmtree(target)
def volume_driver_method(self, method_name, connection_info,
*args, **kwargs):
driver_type = connection_info.get('driver_volume_type')
if not driver_type in self.volume_drivers:
raise exception.VolumeDriverNotFound(driver_type=driver_type)
driver = self.volume_drivers[driver_type]
method = getattr(driver, method_name)
return method(connection_info, *args, **kwargs)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def attach_volume(self, connection_info, instance_name, mountpoint):
virt_dom = self._lookup_by_name(instance_name)
mount_device = mountpoint.rpartition("/")[2]
xml = self.volume_driver_method('connect_volume',
connection_info,
mount_device)
if FLAGS.libvirt_type == 'lxc':
self._attach_lxc_volume(xml, virt_dom, instance_name)
else:
try:
# The attaching command were patched by Puppet
LOG.info("Attaching device with virsh because attachDevice does not work")
device_path = connection_info['data']['device_path']
utils.execute('virsh', "attach-disk", instance_name, device_path, mount_device, run_as_root=True)
except Exception, ex:
self.volume_driver_method('disconnect_volume',
connection_info,
mount_device)
if isinstance(ex, libvirt.libvirtError):
errcode = ex.get_error_code()
if errcode == libvirt.VIR_ERR_OPERATION_FAILED:
raise exception.DeviceIsBusy(device=mount_device)
raise
@staticmethod
def _get_disk_xml(xml, device):
"""Returns the xml for the disk mounted at device"""
try:
doc = ElementTree.fromstring(xml)
except Exception:
return None
ret = doc.findall('./devices/disk')
for node in ret:
for child in node.getchildren():
if child.tag == 'target':
if child.get('dev') == device:
return ElementTree.tostring(node)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def detach_volume(self, connection_info, instance_name, mountpoint):
mount_device = mountpoint.rpartition("/")[2]
try:
# NOTE(vish): This is called to cleanup volumes after live
# migration, so we should still logout even if
# the instance doesn't exist here anymore.
virt_dom = self._lookup_by_name(instance_name)
xml = self._get_disk_xml(virt_dom.XMLDesc(0), mount_device)
if not xml:
raise exception.DiskNotFound(location=mount_device)
if FLAGS.libvirt_type == 'lxc':
self._detach_lxc_volume(xml, virt_dom, instance_name)
else:
virt_dom.detachDevice(xml)
finally:
self.volume_driver_method('disconnect_volume',
connection_info,
mount_device)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def _attach_lxc_volume(self, xml, virt_dom, instance_name):
LOG.info(_('attaching LXC block device'))
lxc_container_root = self.get_lxc_container_root(virt_dom)
lxc_host_volume = self.get_lxc_host_device(xml)
lxc_container_device = self.get_lxc_container_target(xml)
lxc_container_target = "%s/%s" % (lxc_container_root,
lxc_container_device)
if lxc_container_target:
disk.bind(lxc_host_volume, lxc_container_target, instance_name)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def _detach_lxc_volume(self, xml, virt_dom, instance_name):
LOG.info(_('detaching LXC block device'))
lxc_container_root = self.get_lxc_container_root(virt_dom)
lxc_container_device = self.get_lxc_container_target(xml)
lxc_container_target = "%s/%s" % (lxc_container_root,
lxc_container_device)
if lxc_container_target:
disk.unbind(lxc_container_target)
@staticmethod
def get_lxc_container_root(virt_dom):
xml = virt_dom.XMLDesc(0)
doc = ElementTree.fromstring(xml)
filesystem_block = doc.findall('./devices/filesystem')
for cnt, filesystem_nodes in enumerate(filesystem_block):
return filesystem_nodes[cnt].get('dir')
@staticmethod
def get_lxc_host_device(xml):
dom = minidom.parseString(xml)
for device in dom.getElementsByTagName('source'):
return device.getAttribute('dev')
@staticmethod
def get_lxc_container_target(xml):
dom = minidom.parseString(xml)
for device in dom.getElementsByTagName('target'):
filesystem = device.getAttribute('dev')
return 'dev/%s' % filesystem
@exception.wrap_exception()
def snapshot(self, context, instance, image_href):
"""Create snapshot from a running VM instance.
This command only works with qemu 0.14+
"""
try:
virt_dom = self._lookup_by_name(instance['name'])
except exception.InstanceNotFound:
raise exception.InstanceNotRunning()
(image_service, image_id) = nova.image.get_image_service(
context, instance['image_ref'])
try:
base = image_service.show(context, image_id)
except exception.ImageNotFound:
base = {}
_image_service = nova.image.get_image_service(context, image_href)
snapshot_image_service, snapshot_image_id = _image_service
snapshot = snapshot_image_service.show(context, snapshot_image_id)
metadata = {'is_public': False,
'status': 'active',
'name': snapshot['name'],
'properties': {
'kernel_id': instance['kernel_id'],
'image_location': 'snapshot',
'image_state': 'available',
'owner_id': instance['project_id'],
'ramdisk_id': instance['ramdisk_id'],
}
}
if 'architecture' in base.get('properties', {}):
arch = base['properties']['architecture']
metadata['properties']['architecture'] = arch
source_format = base.get('disk_format') or 'raw'
if source_format == 'ami':
# NOTE(vish): assume amis are raw
source_format = 'raw'
image_format = FLAGS.snapshot_image_format or source_format
if FLAGS.use_cow_images:
source_format = 'qcow2'
# NOTE(vish): glance forces ami disk format to be ami
if base.get('disk_format') == 'ami':
metadata['disk_format'] = 'ami'
else:
metadata['disk_format'] = image_format
if 'container_format' in base:
metadata['container_format'] = base['container_format']
# Find the disk
xml_desc = virt_dom.XMLDesc(0)
domain = ElementTree.fromstring(xml_desc)
source = domain.find('devices/disk/source')
disk_path = source.get('file')
snapshot_name = uuid.uuid4().hex
(state, _max_mem, _mem, _cpus, _t) = virt_dom.info()
if state == power_state.RUNNING:
virt_dom.managedSave(0)
# Make the snapshot
libvirt_utils.create_snapshot(disk_path, snapshot_name)
# Export the snapshot to a raw image
with utils.tempdir() as tmpdir:
try:
out_path = os.path.join(tmpdir, snapshot_name)
libvirt_utils.extract_snapshot(disk_path, source_format,
snapshot_name, out_path,
image_format)
finally:
libvirt_utils.delete_snapshot(disk_path, snapshot_name)
if state == power_state.RUNNING:
virt_dom.create()
# Upload that image to the image service
with libvirt_utils.file_open(out_path) as image_file:
image_service.update(context,
image_href,
metadata,
image_file)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def reboot(self, instance, network_info, reboot_type='SOFT'):
"""Reboot a virtual machine, given an instance reference."""
if reboot_type == 'SOFT':
# NOTE(vish): This will attempt to do a graceful shutdown/restart.
if self._soft_reboot(instance):
LOG.info(_("Instance soft rebooted successfully."),
instance=instance)
return
else:
LOG.info(_("Failed to soft reboot instance."),
instance=instance)
return self._hard_reboot(instance, network_info)
def _soft_reboot(self, instance):
"""Attempt to shutdown and restart the instance gracefully.
We use shutdown and create here so we can return if the guest
responded and actually rebooted. Note that this method only
succeeds if the guest responds to acpi. Therefore we return
success or failure so we can fall back to a hard reboot if
necessary.
:returns: True if the reboot succeeded
"""
dom = self._lookup_by_name(instance.name)
(state, _max_mem, _mem, _cpus, _t) = dom.info()
# NOTE(vish): This check allows us to reboot an instance that
# is already shutdown.
if state == power_state.RUNNING:
dom.shutdown()
# NOTE(vish): This actually could take slighty longer than the
# FLAG defines depending on how long the get_info
# call takes to return.
for x in xrange(FLAGS.libvirt_wait_soft_reboot_seconds):
(state, _max_mem, _mem, _cpus, _t) = dom.info()
if state in [power_state.SHUTDOWN,
power_state.SHUTOFF,
power_state.CRASHED]:
LOG.info(_("Instance shutdown successfully."),
instance=instance)
dom.create()
timer = utils.LoopingCall(self._wait_for_running, instance)
return timer.start(interval=0.5, now=True)
greenthread.sleep(1)
return False
def _hard_reboot(self, instance, network_info, xml=None):
"""Reboot a virtual machine, given an instance reference.
This method actually destroys and re-creates the domain to ensure the
reboot happens, as the guest OS cannot ignore this action.
If xml is set, it uses the passed in xml in place of the xml from the
existing domain.
"""
virt_dom = self._conn.lookupByName(instance['name'])
# NOTE(itoumsn): Use XML delived from the running instance
# instead of using to_xml(instance, network_info). This is almost
# the ultimate stupid workaround.
if not xml:
xml = virt_dom.XMLDesc(0)
self._destroy(instance, network_info, cleanup=False)
self.plug_vifs(instance, network_info)
self.firewall_driver.setup_basic_filtering(instance, network_info)
self.firewall_driver.prepare_instance_filter(instance, network_info)
self._create_new_domain(xml)
self.firewall_driver.apply_instance_filter(instance, network_info)
def _wait_for_reboot():
"""Called at an interval until the VM is running again."""
try:
state = self.get_info(instance)['state']
except exception.NotFound:
LOG.error(_("During reboot, instance disappeared."),
instance=instance)
raise utils.LoopingCallDone
if state == power_state.RUNNING:
LOG.info(_("Instance rebooted successfully."),
instance=instance)
raise utils.LoopingCallDone
timer = utils.LoopingCall(_wait_for_reboot)
return timer.start(interval=0.5, now=True)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def pause(self, instance):
"""Pause VM instance"""
dom = self._lookup_by_name(instance.name)
dom.suspend()
@exception.wrap_exception()
def unpause(self, instance):
"""Unpause paused VM instance"""
dom = self._lookup_by_name(instance.name)
dom.resume()
@exception.wrap_exception()
def suspend(self, instance):
"""Suspend the specified instance"""
dom = self._lookup_by_name(instance.name)
dom.managedSave(0)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def resume(self, instance):
"""resume the specified instance"""
dom = self._lookup_by_name(instance.name)
dom.create()
@exception.wrap_exception()
def rescue(self, context, instance, network_info, image_meta):
"""Loads a VM using rescue images.
A rescue is normally performed when something goes wrong with the
primary images and data needs to be corrected/recovered. Rescuing
should not edit or over-ride the original image, only allow for
data recovery.
"""
virt_dom = self._conn.lookupByName(instance['name'])
unrescue_xml = virt_dom.XMLDesc(0)
unrescue_xml_path = os.path.join(FLAGS.instances_path,
instance['name'],
'unrescue.xml')
libvirt_utils.write_to_file(unrescue_xml_path, unrescue_xml)
xml = self.to_xml(instance, network_info, image_meta, rescue=True)
rescue_images = {
'image_id': FLAGS.rescue_image_id or instance['image_ref'],
'kernel_id': FLAGS.rescue_kernel_id or instance['kernel_id'],
'ramdisk_id': FLAGS.rescue_ramdisk_id or instance['ramdisk_id'],
}
self._create_image(context, instance, xml, '.rescue', rescue_images,
network_info=network_info)
self._hard_reboot(instance, network_info, xml=xml)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def unrescue(self, instance, network_info):
"""Reboot the VM which is being rescued back into primary images.
Because reboot destroys and re-creates instances, unresue should
simply call reboot.
"""
unrescue_xml_path = os.path.join(FLAGS.instances_path,
instance['name'],
'unrescue.xml')
xml = libvirt_utils.load_file(unrescue_xml_path)
libvirt_utils.file_delete(unrescue_xml_path)
self._hard_reboot(instance, network_info, xml=xml)
rescue_files = os.path.join(FLAGS.instances_path, instance['name'],
"*.rescue")
for rescue_file in glob.iglob(rescue_files):
libvirt_utils.file_delete(rescue_file)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def poll_rebooting_instances(self, timeout):
pass
@exception.wrap_exception()
def poll_rescued_instances(self, timeout):
pass
@exception.wrap_exception()
def poll_unconfirmed_resizes(self, resize_confirm_window):
"""Poll for unconfirmed resizes.
Look for any unconfirmed resizes that are older than
`resize_confirm_window` and automatically confirm them.
"""
ctxt = nova_context.get_admin_context()
migrations = db.migration_get_all_unconfirmed(ctxt,
resize_confirm_window)
migrations_info = dict(migration_count=len(migrations),
confirm_window=FLAGS.resize_confirm_window)
if migrations_info["migration_count"] > 0:
LOG.info(_("Found %(migration_count)d unconfirmed migrations "
"older than %(confirm_window)d seconds") % migrations_info)
for migration in migrations:
LOG.info(_("Automatically confirming migration %d"), migration.id)
self.compute_api.confirm_resize(ctxt, migration.instance_uuid)
def _enable_hairpin(self, instance):
interfaces = self.get_interfaces(instance['name'])
for interface in interfaces:
utils.execute('tee',
'/sys/class/net/%s/brport/hairpin_mode' % interface,
process_input='1',
run_as_root=True,
check_exit_code=[0, 1])
# NOTE(ilyaalekseyev): Implementation like in multinics
# for xenapi(tr3buchet)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def spawn(self, context, instance, image_meta, network_info,
block_device_info=None):
xml = self.to_xml(instance, network_info, image_meta, False,
block_device_info=block_device_info)
self.firewall_driver.setup_basic_filtering(instance, network_info)
self.firewall_driver.prepare_instance_filter(instance, network_info)
self._create_image(context, instance, xml, network_info=network_info,
block_device_info=block_device_info)
self._create_new_domain(xml)
LOG.debug(_("Instance is running"), instance=instance)
self._enable_hairpin(instance)
self.firewall_driver.apply_instance_filter(instance, network_info)
def _wait_for_boot():
"""Called at an interval until the VM is running."""
try:
state = self.get_info(instance)['state']
except exception.NotFound:
LOG.error(_("During reboot, instance disappeared."),
instance=instance)
raise utils.LoopingCallDone
if state == power_state.RUNNING:
LOG.info(_("Instance spawned successfully."),
instance=instance)
raise utils.LoopingCallDone
timer = utils.LoopingCall(_wait_for_boot)
return timer.start(interval=0.5, now=True)
def _flush_libvirt_console(self, pty):
out, err = utils.execute('dd',
'if=%s' % pty,
'iflag=nonblock',
run_as_root=True,
check_exit_code=False)
return out
def _append_to_file(self, data, fpath):
LOG.info(_('data: %(data)r, fpath: %(fpath)r') % locals())
fp = open(fpath, 'a+')
fp.write(data)
return fpath
def _inject_files(self, instance, files, partition):
disk_path = os.path.join(FLAGS.instances_path,
instance['name'], 'disk')
disk.inject_files(disk_path, files, partition=partition,
use_cow=FLAGS.use_cow_images)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def get_console_output(self, instance):
virt_dom = self._lookup_by_name(instance['name'])
xml = virt_dom.XMLDesc(0)
tree = ElementTree.fromstring(xml)
console_types = {}
# NOTE(comstud): We want to try 'file' types first, then try 'pty'
# types. We can't use Python 2.7 syntax of:
# tree.find("./devices/console[@type='file']/source")
# because we need to support 2.6.
console_nodes = tree.findall('./devices/console')
for console_node in console_nodes:
console_type = console_node.get('type')
console_types.setdefault(console_type, [])
console_types[console_type].append(console_node)
# If the guest has a console logging to a file prefer to use that
if console_types.get('file'):
for file_console in console_types.get('file'):
source_node = file_console.find('./source')
if source_node is None:
continue
path = source_node.get("path")
if not path:
continue
libvirt_utils.chown(path, os.getuid())
return libvirt_utils.load_file(path)
# Try 'pty' types
if console_types.get('pty'):
for pty_console in console_types.get('pty'):
source_node = pty_console.find('./source')
if source_node is None:
continue
pty = source_node.get("path")
if not pty:
continue
break
else:
raise exception.Error(_("Guest does not have a console available"))
self._chown_console_log_for_instance(instance['name'])
data = self._flush_libvirt_console(pty)
fpath = self._append_to_file(data, console_log)
return libvirt_utils.load_file(fpath)
@staticmethod
def get_host_ip_addr():
return FLAGS.my_ip
@exception.wrap_exception()
def get_vnc_console(self, instance):
def get_vnc_port_for_instance(instance_name):
virt_dom = self._lookup_by_name(instance_name)
xml = virt_dom.XMLDesc(0)
# TODO(sleepsonthefloor): use etree instead of minidom
dom = minidom.parseString(xml)
for graphic in dom.getElementsByTagName('graphics'):
if graphic.getAttribute('type') == 'vnc':
return graphic.getAttribute('port')
port = get_vnc_port_for_instance(instance['name'])
host = FLAGS.vncserver_proxyclient_address
return {'host': host, 'port': port, 'internal_access_path': None}
@staticmethod
def _supports_direct_io(dirpath):
testfile = os.path.join(dirpath, ".directio.test")
hasDirectIO = True
try:
f = os.open(testfile, os.O_CREAT | os.O_WRONLY | os.O_DIRECT)
os.close(f)
LOG.debug(_("Path '%(path)s' supports direct I/O") %
{'path': dirpath})
except OSError, e:
if e.errno == errno.EINVAL:
LOG.debug(_("Path '%(path)s' does not support direct I/O: "
"'%(ex)s'") % {'path': dirpath, 'ex': str(e)})
hasDirectIO = False
else:
LOG.error(_("Error on '%(path)s' while checking direct I/O: "
"'%(ex)s'") % {'path': dirpath, 'ex': str(e)})
raise e
except Exception, e:
LOG.error(_("Error on '%(path)s' while checking direct I/O: "
"'%(ex)s'") % {'path': dirpath, 'ex': str(e)})
raise e
finally:
try:
os.unlink(testfile)
except:
pass
return hasDirectIO
@staticmethod
def _cache_image(fn, target, fname, cow=False, size=None, *args, **kwargs):
"""Wrapper for a method that creates an image that caches the image.
This wrapper will save the image into a common store and create a
copy for use by the hypervisor.
The underlying method should specify a kwarg of target representing
where the image will be saved.
fname is used as the filename of the base image. The filename needs
to be unique to a given image.
If cow is True, it will make a CoW image instead of a copy.
If size is specified, we attempt to resize up to that size.
"""
# NOTE(mikal): Checksums aren't created here, even if the image cache
# manager is enabled, as that would slow down VM startup. If both
# cache management and checksumming are enabled, then the checksum
# will be created on the first pass of the image cache manager.
generating = 'image_id' not in kwargs
if not os.path.exists(target):
base_dir = os.path.join(FLAGS.instances_path, '_base')
if not os.path.exists(base_dir):
libvirt_utils.ensure_tree(base_dir)
base = os.path.join(base_dir, fname)
@utils.synchronized(fname)
def call_if_not_exists(base, fn, *args, **kwargs):
if not os.path.exists(base):
fn(target=base, *args, **kwargs)
if cow or not generating:
call_if_not_exists(base, fn, *args, **kwargs)
elif generating:
# For raw it's quicker to just generate outside the cache
call_if_not_exists(target, fn, *args, **kwargs)
@utils.synchronized(base)
def copy_and_extend(cow, generating, base, target, size):
if cow:
cow_base = base
if size:
size_gb = size / (1024 * 1024 * 1024)
cow_base += "_%d" % size_gb
if not os.path.exists(cow_base):
libvirt_utils.copy_image(base, cow_base)
disk.extend(cow_base, size)
libvirt_utils.create_cow_image(cow_base, target)
elif not generating:
libvirt_utils.copy_image(base, target)
# Resize after the copy, as it's usually much faster
# to make sparse updates, rather than potentially
# naively copying the whole image file.
if size:
disk.extend(target, size)
copy_and_extend(cow, generating, base, target, size)
@staticmethod
def _create_local(target, local_size, unit='G',
fs_format=None, label=None):
"""Create a blank image of specified size"""
if not fs_format:
fs_format = FLAGS.default_ephemeral_format
libvirt_utils.create_image('raw', target,
'%d%c' % (local_size, unit))
if fs_format:
libvirt_utils.mkfs(fs_format, target, label)
def _create_ephemeral(self, target, ephemeral_size, fs_label, os_type):
self._create_local(target, ephemeral_size)
disk.mkfs(os_type, fs_label, target)
@staticmethod
def _create_swap(target, swap_mb):
"""Create a swap file of specified size"""
libvirt_utils.create_image('raw', target, '%dM' % swap_mb)
libvirt_utils.mkfs('swap', target)
@staticmethod
def _chown_console_log_for_instance(instance_name):
console_log = os.path.join(FLAGS.instances_path, instance_name,
'console.log')
if os.path.exists(console_log):
libvirt_utils.chown(console_log, os.getuid())
def _create_image(self, context, instance, libvirt_xml, suffix='',
disk_images=None, network_info=None,
block_device_info=None):
if not suffix:
suffix = ''
# syntactic nicety
def basepath(fname='', suffix=suffix):
return os.path.join(FLAGS.instances_path,
instance['name'],
fname + suffix)
# ensure directories exist and are writable
libvirt_utils.ensure_tree(basepath(suffix=''))
LOG.info(_('Creating image'), instance=instance)
libvirt_utils.write_to_file(basepath('libvirt.xml'), libvirt_xml)
if FLAGS.libvirt_type == 'lxc':
container_dir = '%s/rootfs' % basepath(suffix='')
libvirt_utils.ensure_tree(container_dir)
# NOTE(dprince): for rescue console.log may already exist... chown it.
self._chown_console_log_for_instance(instance['name'])
# NOTE(vish): No need add the suffix to console.log
libvirt_utils.write_to_file(basepath('console.log', ''), '', 007)
if not disk_images:
disk_images = {'image_id': instance['image_ref'],
'kernel_id': instance['kernel_id'],
'ramdisk_id': instance['ramdisk_id']}
if disk_images['kernel_id']:
fname = disk_images['kernel_id']
self._cache_image(fn=libvirt_utils.fetch_image,
context=context,
target=basepath('kernel'),
fname=fname,
image_id=disk_images['kernel_id'],
user_id=instance['user_id'],
project_id=instance['project_id'])
if disk_images['ramdisk_id']:
fname = disk_images['ramdisk_id']
self._cache_image(fn=libvirt_utils.fetch_image,
context=context,
target=basepath('ramdisk'),
fname=fname,
image_id=disk_images['ramdisk_id'],
user_id=instance['user_id'],
project_id=instance['project_id'])
root_fname = hashlib.sha1(str(disk_images['image_id'])).hexdigest()
size = instance['root_gb'] * 1024 * 1024 * 1024
inst_type_id = instance['instance_type_id']
inst_type = instance_types.get_instance_type(inst_type_id)
if size == 0 or suffix == '.rescue':
size = None
if not self._volume_in_mapping(self.default_root_device,
block_device_info):
self._cache_image(fn=libvirt_utils.fetch_image,
context=context,
target=basepath('disk'),
fname=root_fname,
cow=FLAGS.use_cow_images,
image_id=disk_images['image_id'],
user_id=instance['user_id'],
project_id=instance['project_id'],
size=size)
ephemeral_gb = instance['ephemeral_gb']
if ephemeral_gb and not self._volume_in_mapping(
self.default_second_device, block_device_info):
swap_device = self.default_third_device
fn = functools.partial(self._create_ephemeral,
fs_label='ephemeral0',
os_type=instance.os_type)
self._cache_image(fn=fn,
target=basepath('disk.local'),
fname="ephemeral_%s_%s_%s" %
("0", ephemeral_gb, instance.os_type),
cow=FLAGS.use_cow_images,
ephemeral_size=ephemeral_gb)
else:
swap_device = self.default_second_device
for eph in driver.block_device_info_get_ephemerals(block_device_info):
fn = functools.partial(self._create_ephemeral,
fs_label='ephemeral%d' % eph['num'],
os_type=instance.os_type)
self._cache_image(fn=fn,
target=basepath(_get_eph_disk(eph)),
fname="ephemeral_%s_%s_%s" %
(eph['num'], eph['size'], instance.os_type),
cow=FLAGS.use_cow_images,
ephemeral_size=eph['size'])
swap_mb = 0
swap = driver.block_device_info_get_swap(block_device_info)
if driver.swap_is_usable(swap):
swap_mb = swap['swap_size']
elif (inst_type['swap'] > 0 and
not self._volume_in_mapping(swap_device, block_device_info)):
swap_mb = inst_type['swap']
if swap_mb > 0:
self._cache_image(fn=self._create_swap,
target=basepath('disk.swap'),
fname="swap_%s" % swap_mb,
cow=FLAGS.use_cow_images,
swap_mb=swap_mb)
# For now, we assume that if we're not using a kernel, we're using a
# partitioned disk image where the target partition is the first
# partition
target_partition = None
if not instance['kernel_id']:
target_partition = "1"
config_drive_id = instance.get('config_drive_id')
config_drive = instance.get('config_drive')
if any((FLAGS.libvirt_type == 'lxc', config_drive, config_drive_id)):
target_partition = None
if config_drive_id:
fname = config_drive_id
self._cache_image(fn=libvirt_utils.fetch_image,
target=basepath('disk.config'),
fname=fname,
image_id=config_drive_id,
user_id=instance['user_id'],
project_id=instance['project_id'],)
elif config_drive:
label = 'config'
self._create_local(basepath('disk.config'), 64, unit='M',
fs_format='msdos', label=label) # 64MB
if instance['key_data']:
key = str(instance['key_data'])
else:
key = None
net = None
nets = []
ifc_template = open(FLAGS.injected_network_template).read()
ifc_num = -1
have_injected_networks = False
for (network_ref, mapping) in network_info:
ifc_num += 1
if not network_ref['injected']:
continue
have_injected_networks = True
address = mapping['ips'][0]['ip']
netmask = mapping['ips'][0]['netmask']
address_v6 = None
gateway_v6 = None
netmask_v6 = None
if FLAGS.use_ipv6:
address_v6 = mapping['ip6s'][0]['ip']
netmask_v6 = mapping['ip6s'][0]['netmask']
gateway_v6 = mapping['gateway_v6']
net_info = {'name': 'eth%d' % ifc_num,
'address': address,
'netmask': netmask,
'gateway': mapping['gateway'],
'broadcast': mapping['broadcast'],
'dns': ' '.join(mapping['dns']),
'address_v6': address_v6,
'gateway_v6': gateway_v6,
'netmask_v6': netmask_v6}
nets.append(net_info)
if have_injected_networks:
net = str(Template(ifc_template,
searchList=[{'interfaces': nets,
'use_ipv6': FLAGS.use_ipv6}]))
metadata = instance.get('metadata')
if FLAGS.libvirt_inject_password:
admin_password = instance.get('admin_pass')
else:
admin_password = None
if any((key, net, metadata, admin_password)):
if config_drive: # Should be True or None by now.
injection_path = basepath('disk.config')
img_id = 'config-drive'
else:
injection_path = basepath('disk')
img_id = instance.image_ref
for injection in ('metadata', 'key', 'net', 'admin_password'):
if locals()[injection]:
LOG.info(_('Injecting %(injection)s into image %(img_id)s')
% locals(), instance=instance)
try:
disk.inject_data(injection_path,
key, net, metadata, admin_password,
partition=target_partition,
use_cow=FLAGS.use_cow_images)
except Exception as e:
# This could be a windows image, or a vmdk format disk
LOG.warn(_('Ignoring error injecting data into image '
'%(img_id)s (%(e)s)') % locals(),
instance=instance)
if FLAGS.libvirt_type == 'lxc':
self.container = disk.setup_container(basepath('disk'),
container_dir=container_dir,
use_cow=FLAGS.use_cow_images)
if FLAGS.libvirt_type == 'uml':
libvirt_utils.chown(basepath('disk'), 'root')
files_to_inject = instance.get('injected_files')
if files_to_inject:
self._inject_files(instance, files_to_inject,
partition=target_partition)
@staticmethod
def _volume_in_mapping(mount_device, block_device_info):
block_device_list = [block_device.strip_dev(vol['mount_device'])
for vol in
driver.block_device_info_get_mapping(
block_device_info)]
swap = driver.block_device_info_get_swap(block_device_info)
if driver.swap_is_usable(swap):
block_device_list.append(
block_device.strip_dev(swap['device_name']))
block_device_list += [block_device.strip_dev(ephemeral['device_name'])
for ephemeral in
driver.block_device_info_get_ephemerals(
block_device_info)]
LOG.debug(_("block_device_list %s"), block_device_list)
return block_device.strip_dev(mount_device) in block_device_list
def _prepare_xml_info(self, instance, network_info, image_meta, rescue,
block_device_info=None):
block_device_mapping = driver.block_device_info_get_mapping(
block_device_info)
nics = []
for (network, mapping) in network_info:
nics.append(self.vif_driver.plug(instance, network, mapping))
# FIXME(vish): stick this in db
inst_type_id = instance['instance_type_id']
inst_type = instance_types.get_instance_type(inst_type_id)
if FLAGS.use_cow_images:
driver_type = 'qcow2'
else:
driver_type = 'raw'
if image_meta and image_meta.get('disk_format') == 'iso':
root_device_type = 'cdrom'
else:
root_device_type = 'disk'
volumes = []
for vol in block_device_mapping:
connection_info = vol['connection_info']
mountpoint = vol['mount_device']
xml = self.volume_driver_method('connect_volume',
connection_info,
mountpoint)
volumes.append(xml)
ebs_root = self._volume_in_mapping(self.default_root_device,
block_device_info)
ephemeral_device = False
if not (self._volume_in_mapping(self.default_second_device,
block_device_info) or
0 in [eph['num'] for eph in
driver.block_device_info_get_ephemerals(
block_device_info)]):
if instance['ephemeral_gb'] > 0:
ephemeral_device = self.default_second_device
ephemerals = []
for eph in driver.block_device_info_get_ephemerals(block_device_info):
ephemerals.append({'device_path': _get_eph_disk(eph),
'device': block_device.strip_dev(
eph['device_name'])})
xml_info = {'type': FLAGS.libvirt_type,
'name': instance['name'],
'uuid': instance['uuid'],
'cachemode': self.disk_cachemode,
'basepath': os.path.join(FLAGS.instances_path,
instance['name']),
'memory_kb': inst_type['memory_mb'] * 1024,
'vcpus': inst_type['vcpus'],
'rescue': rescue,
'disk_prefix': self._disk_prefix,
'driver_type': driver_type,
'root_device_type': root_device_type,
'vif_type': FLAGS.libvirt_vif_type,
'nics': nics,
'ebs_root': ebs_root,
'ephemeral_device': ephemeral_device,
'volumes': volumes,
'use_virtio_for_bridges':
FLAGS.libvirt_use_virtio_for_bridges,
'ephemerals': ephemerals}
root_device_name = driver.block_device_info_get_root(block_device_info)
if root_device_name:
xml_info['root_device'] = block_device.strip_dev(root_device_name)
xml_info['root_device_name'] = root_device_name
else:
# NOTE(yamahata):
# for nova.api.ec2.cloud.CloudController.get_metadata()
xml_info['root_device'] = self.default_root_device
db.instance_update(
nova_context.get_admin_context(), instance['id'],
{'root_device_name': '/dev/' + self.default_root_device})
if ephemeral_device:
swap_device = self.default_third_device
db.instance_update(
nova_context.get_admin_context(), instance['id'],
{'default_ephemeral_device':
'/dev/' + self.default_second_device})
else:
swap_device = self.default_second_device
swap = driver.block_device_info_get_swap(block_device_info)
if driver.swap_is_usable(swap):
xml_info['swap_device'] = block_device.strip_dev(
swap['device_name'])
elif (inst_type['swap'] > 0 and
not self._volume_in_mapping(swap_device,
block_device_info)):
xml_info['swap_device'] = swap_device
db.instance_update(
nova_context.get_admin_context(), instance['id'],
{'default_swap_device': '/dev/' + swap_device})
if instance.get('config_drive') or instance.get('config_drive_id'):
xml_info['config_drive'] = xml_info['basepath'] + "/disk.config"
if FLAGS.vnc_enabled and FLAGS.libvirt_type not in ('lxc', 'uml'):
xml_info['vncserver_listen'] = FLAGS.vncserver_listen
xml_info['vnc_keymap'] = FLAGS.vnc_keymap
if not rescue:
if instance['kernel_id']:
xml_info['kernel'] = xml_info['basepath'] + "/kernel"
if instance['ramdisk_id']:
xml_info['ramdisk'] = xml_info['basepath'] + "/ramdisk"
xml_info['disk'] = xml_info['basepath'] + "/disk"
return xml_info
def to_xml(self, instance, network_info, image_meta=None, rescue=False,
block_device_info=None):
# TODO(termie): cache?
LOG.debug(_('Starting toXML method'), instance=instance)
xml_info = self._prepare_xml_info(instance, network_info, image_meta,
rescue, block_device_info)
xml = str(Template(self.libvirt_xml, searchList=[xml_info]))
LOG.debug(_('Finished toXML method'), instance=instance)
return xml
def _lookup_by_name(self, instance_name):
"""Retrieve libvirt domain object given an instance name.
All libvirt error handling should be handled in this method and
relevant nova exceptions should be raised in response.
"""
try:
return self._conn.lookupByName(instance_name)
except libvirt.libvirtError as ex:
error_code = ex.get_error_code()
if error_code == libvirt.VIR_ERR_NO_DOMAIN:
raise exception.InstanceNotFound(instance_id=instance_name)
msg = _("Error from libvirt while looking up %(instance_name)s: "
"[Error Code %(error_code)s] %(ex)s") % locals()
raise exception.Error(msg)
def get_info(self, instance):
"""Retrieve information from libvirt for a specific instance name.
If a libvirt error is encountered during lookup, we might raise a
NotFound exception or Error exception depending on how severe the
libvirt error is.
"""
virt_dom = self._lookup_by_name(instance['name'])
(state, max_mem, mem, num_cpu, cpu_time) = virt_dom.info()
return {'state': state,
'max_mem': max_mem,
'mem': mem,
'num_cpu': num_cpu,
'cpu_time': cpu_time}
def _create_new_domain(self, xml, persistent=True, launch_flags=0):
# NOTE(justinsb): libvirt has two types of domain:
# * a transient domain disappears when the guest is shutdown
# or the host is rebooted.
# * a permanent domain is not automatically deleted
# NOTE(justinsb): Even for ephemeral instances, transient seems risky
if persistent:
# To create a persistent domain, first define it, then launch it.
domain = self._conn.defineXML(xml)
domain.createWithFlags(launch_flags)
else:
# createXML call creates a transient domain
domain = self._conn.createXML(xml, launch_flags)
return domain
def get_all_block_devices(self):
"""
Return all block devices in use on this node.
"""
devices = []
for dom_id in self._conn.listDomainsID():
domain = self._conn.lookupByID(dom_id)
try:
doc = ElementTree.fromstring(domain.XMLDesc(0))
except Exception:
continue
ret = doc.findall('./devices/disk')
for node in ret:
if node.get('type') != 'block':
continue
for child in node.getchildren():
if child.tag == 'source':
devices.append(child.get('dev'))
return devices
def get_disks(self, instance_name):
"""
Note that this function takes an instance name.
Returns a list of all block devices for this domain.
"""
domain = self._lookup_by_name(instance_name)
xml = domain.XMLDesc(0)
doc = None
try:
doc = ElementTree.fromstring(xml)
except Exception:
return []
disks = []
ret = doc.findall('./devices/disk')
for node in ret:
devdst = None
for child in node.children:
if child.name == 'target':
devdst = child.prop('dev')
if devdst is None:
continue
disks.append(devdst)
return disks
def get_interfaces(self, instance_name):
"""
Note that this function takes an instance name.
Returns a list of all network interfaces for this instance.
"""
domain = self._lookup_by_name(instance_name)
xml = domain.XMLDesc(0)
doc = None
try:
doc = ElementTree.fromstring(xml)
except Exception:
return []
interfaces = []
ret = doc.findall('./devices/interface')
for node in ret:
devdst = None
for child in list(node):
if child.tag == 'target':
devdst = child.attrib['dev']
if devdst is None:
continue
interfaces.append(devdst)
return interfaces
@staticmethod
def get_vcpu_total():
"""Get vcpu number of physical computer.
:returns: the number of cpu core.
"""
# On certain platforms, this will raise a NotImplementedError.
try:
return multiprocessing.cpu_count()
except NotImplementedError:
LOG.warn(_("Cannot get the number of cpu, because this "
"function is not implemented for this platform. "
"This error can be safely ignored for now."))
return 0
@staticmethod
def get_memory_mb_total():
"""Get the total memory size(MB) of physical computer.
:returns: the total amount of memory(MB).
"""
if sys.platform.upper() not in ['LINUX2', 'LINUX3']:
return 0
meminfo = open('/proc/meminfo').read().split()
idx = meminfo.index('MemTotal:')
# transforming kb to mb.
return int(meminfo[idx + 1]) / 1024
@staticmethod
def get_local_gb_total():
"""Get the total hdd size(GB) of physical computer.
:returns:
The total amount of HDD(GB).
Note that this value shows a partition where
NOVA-INST-DIR/instances mounts.
"""
stats = libvirt_utils.get_fs_info(FLAGS.instances_path)
return stats['total'] / (1024 ** 3)
def get_vcpu_used(self):
""" Get vcpu usage number of physical computer.
:returns: The total number of vcpu that currently used.
"""
total = 0
for dom_id in self._conn.listDomainsID():
dom = self._conn.lookupByID(dom_id)
vcpus = dom.vcpus()
if vcpus is None:
# dom.vcpus is not implemented for lxc, but returning 0 for
# a used count is hardly useful for something measuring usage
total += 1
else:
total += len(vcpus[1])
return total
def get_memory_mb_used(self):
"""Get the free memory size(MB) of physical computer.
:returns: the total usage of memory(MB).
"""
if sys.platform.upper() not in ['LINUX2', 'LINUX3']:
return 0
m = open('/proc/meminfo').read().split()
idx1 = m.index('MemFree:')
idx2 = m.index('Buffers:')
idx3 = m.index('Cached:')
avail = (int(m[idx1 + 1]) + int(m[idx2 + 1]) + int(m[idx3 + 1])) / 1024
return self.get_memory_mb_total() - avail
def get_local_gb_used(self):
"""Get the free hdd size(GB) of physical computer.
:returns:
The total usage of HDD(GB).
Note that this value shows a partition where
NOVA-INST-DIR/instances mounts.
"""
stats = libvirt_utils.get_fs_info(FLAGS.instances_path)
return stats['used'] / (1024 ** 3)
def get_hypervisor_type(self):
"""Get hypervisor type.
:returns: hypervisor type (ex. qemu)
"""
return self._conn.getType()
def get_hypervisor_version(self):
"""Get hypervisor version.
:returns: hypervisor version (ex. 12003)
"""
# NOTE(justinsb): getVersion moved between libvirt versions
# Trying to do be compatible with older versions is a lost cause
# But ... we can at least give the user a nice message
method = getattr(self._conn, 'getVersion', None)
if method is None:
raise exception.Error(_("libvirt version is too old"
" (does not support getVersion)"))
# NOTE(justinsb): If we wanted to get the version, we could:
# method = getattr(libvirt, 'getVersion', None)
# NOTE(justinsb): This would then rely on a proper version check
return method()
def get_cpu_info(self):
"""Get cpuinfo information.
Obtains cpu feature from virConnect.getCapabilities,
and returns as a json string.
:return: see above description
"""
xml = self._conn.getCapabilities()
xml = ElementTree.fromstring(xml)
nodes = xml.findall('.//host/cpu')
if len(nodes) != 1:
reason = _("'<cpu>' must be 1, but %d\n") % len(nodes)
reason += xml.serialize()
raise exception.InvalidCPUInfo(reason=reason)
cpu_info = dict()
arch_nodes = xml.findall('.//host/cpu/arch')
if arch_nodes:
cpu_info['arch'] = arch_nodes[0].text
model_nodes = xml.findall('.//host/cpu/model')
if model_nodes:
cpu_info['model'] = model_nodes[0].text
vendor_nodes = xml.findall('.//host/cpu/vendor')
if vendor_nodes:
cpu_info['vendor'] = vendor_nodes[0].text
topology_nodes = xml.findall('.//host/cpu/topology')
topology = dict()
if topology_nodes:
topology_node = topology_nodes[0]
keys = ['cores', 'sockets', 'threads']
tkeys = topology_node.keys()
if set(tkeys) != set(keys):
ks = ', '.join(keys)
reason = _("topology (%(topology)s) must have %(ks)s")
raise exception.InvalidCPUInfo(reason=reason % locals())
for key in keys:
topology[key] = topology_node.get(key)
feature_nodes = xml.findall('.//host/cpu/feature')
features = list()
for nodes in feature_nodes:
features.append(nodes.get('name'))
cpu_info['topology'] = topology
cpu_info['features'] = features
return utils.dumps(cpu_info)
def block_stats(self, instance_name, disk):
"""
Note that this function takes an instance name.
"""
domain = self._lookup_by_name(instance_name)
return domain.blockStats(disk)
def interface_stats(self, instance_name, interface):
"""
Note that this function takes an instance name.
"""
domain = self._lookup_by_name(instance_name)
return domain.interfaceStats(interface)
def get_console_pool_info(self, console_type):
#TODO(mdragon): console proxy should be implemented for libvirt,
# in case someone wants to use it with kvm or
# such. For now return fake data.
return {'address': '127.0.0.1',
'username': 'fakeuser',
'password': 'fakepassword'}
def refresh_security_group_rules(self, security_group_id):
self.firewall_driver.refresh_security_group_rules(security_group_id)
def refresh_security_group_members(self, security_group_id):
self.firewall_driver.refresh_security_group_members(security_group_id)
def refresh_provider_fw_rules(self):
self.firewall_driver.refresh_provider_fw_rules()
def update_available_resource(self, ctxt, host):
"""Updates compute manager resource info on ComputeNode table.
This method is called as an periodic tasks and is used only
in live migration currently.
:param ctxt: security context
:param host: hostname that compute manager is currently running
"""
try:
service_ref = db.service_get_all_compute_by_host(ctxt, host)[0]
except exception.NotFound:
raise exception.ComputeServiceUnavailable(host=host)
# Updating host information
dic = {'vcpus': self.get_vcpu_total(),
'memory_mb': self.get_memory_mb_total(),
'local_gb': self.get_local_gb_total(),
'vcpus_used': self.get_vcpu_used(),
'memory_mb_used': self.get_memory_mb_used(),
'local_gb_used': self.get_local_gb_used(),
'hypervisor_type': self.get_hypervisor_type(),
'hypervisor_version': self.get_hypervisor_version(),
'cpu_info': self.get_cpu_info(),
'service_id': service_ref['id'],
'disk_available_least': self.get_disk_available_least()}
compute_node_ref = service_ref['compute_node']
if not compute_node_ref:
LOG.info(_('Compute_service record created for %s ') % host)
db.compute_node_create(ctxt, dic)
else:
LOG.info(_('Compute_service record updated for %s ') % host)
db.compute_node_update(ctxt, compute_node_ref[0]['id'], dic)
def compare_cpu(self, cpu_info):
"""Checks the host cpu is compatible to a cpu given by xml.
"xml" must be a part of libvirt.openReadonly().getCapabilities().
return values follows by virCPUCompareResult.
if 0 > return value, do live migration.
'http://libvirt.org/html/libvirt-libvirt.html#virCPUCompareResult'
:param cpu_info: json string that shows cpu feature(see get_cpu_info())
:returns:
None. if given cpu info is not compatible to this server,
raise exception.
"""
LOG.info(_('Instance launched has CPU info:\n%s') % cpu_info)
dic = utils.loads(cpu_info)
xml = str(Template(self.cpuinfo_xml, searchList=dic))
LOG.info(_('to xml...\n:%s ') % xml)
u = "http://libvirt.org/html/libvirt-libvirt.html#virCPUCompareResult"
m = _("CPU doesn't have compatibility.\n\n%(ret)s\n\nRefer to %(u)s")
# unknown character exists in xml, then libvirt complains
try:
ret = self._conn.compareCPU(xml, 0)
except libvirt.libvirtError, e:
ret = e.message
LOG.error(m % locals())
raise
if ret <= 0:
raise exception.InvalidCPUInfo(reason=m % locals())
return
def ensure_filtering_rules_for_instance(self, instance_ref, network_info,
time=None):
"""Setting up filtering rules and waiting for its completion.
To migrate an instance, filtering rules to hypervisors
and firewalls are inevitable on destination host.
( Waiting only for filterling rules to hypervisor,
since filtering rules to firewall rules can be set faster).
Concretely, the below method must be called.
- setup_basic_filtering (for nova-basic, etc.)
- prepare_instance_filter(for nova-instance-instance-xxx, etc.)
to_xml may have to be called since it defines PROJNET, PROJMASK.
but libvirt migrates those value through migrateToURI(),
so , no need to be called.
Don't use thread for this method since migration should
not be started when setting-up filtering rules operations
are not completed.
:params instance_ref: nova.db.sqlalchemy.models.Instance object
"""
if not time:
time = greenthread
# If any instances never launch at destination host,
# basic-filtering must be set here.
self.firewall_driver.setup_basic_filtering(instance_ref, network_info)
# setting up nova-instance-instance-xx mainly.
self.firewall_driver.prepare_instance_filter(instance_ref,
network_info)
# wait for completion
timeout_count = range(FLAGS.live_migration_retry_count)
while timeout_count:
if self.firewall_driver.instance_filter_exists(instance_ref,
network_info):
break
timeout_count.pop()
if len(timeout_count) == 0:
msg = _('Timeout migrating for %s. nwfilter not found.')
raise exception.Error(msg % instance_ref.name)
time.sleep(1)
def live_migration(self, ctxt, instance_ref, dest,
post_method, recover_method, block_migration=False):
"""Spawning live_migration operation for distributing high-load.
:params ctxt: security context
:params instance_ref:
nova.db.sqlalchemy.models.Instance object
instance object that is migrated.
:params dest: destination host
:params block_migration: destination host
:params post_method:
post operation method.
expected nova.compute.manager.post_live_migration.
:params recover_method:
recovery method when any exception occurs.
expected nova.compute.manager.recover_live_migration.
:params block_migration: if true, do block migration.
"""
greenthread.spawn(self._live_migration, ctxt, instance_ref, dest,
post_method, recover_method, block_migration)
def _live_migration(self, ctxt, instance_ref, dest, post_method,
recover_method, block_migration=False):
"""Do live migration.
:params ctxt: security context
:params instance_ref:
nova.db.sqlalchemy.models.Instance object
instance object that is migrated.
:params dest: destination host
:params post_method:
post operation method.
expected nova.compute.manager.post_live_migration.
:params recover_method:
recovery method when any exception occurs.
expected nova.compute.manager.recover_live_migration.
"""
# Do live migration.
try:
if block_migration:
flaglist = FLAGS.block_migration_flag.split(',')
else:
flaglist = FLAGS.live_migration_flag.split(',')
flagvals = [getattr(libvirt, x.strip()) for x in flaglist]
logical_sum = reduce(lambda x, y: x | y, flagvals)
dom = self._conn.lookupByName(instance_ref.name)
dom.migrateToURI(FLAGS.live_migration_uri % dest,
logical_sum,
None,
FLAGS.live_migration_bandwidth)
except Exception:
with utils.save_and_reraise_exception():
recover_method(ctxt, instance_ref, dest, block_migration)
# Waiting for completion of live_migration.
timer = utils.LoopingCall(f=None)
def wait_for_live_migration():
"""waiting for live migration completion"""
try:
self.get_info(instance_ref)['state']
except exception.NotFound:
timer.stop()
post_method(ctxt, instance_ref, dest, block_migration)
timer.f = wait_for_live_migration
timer.start(interval=0.5, now=True)
def pre_live_migration(self, block_device_info):
"""Preparation live migration.
:params block_device_info:
It must be the result of _get_instance_volume_bdms()
at compute manager.
"""
# Establishing connection to volume server.
block_device_mapping = driver.block_device_info_get_mapping(
block_device_info)
for vol in block_device_mapping:
connection_info = vol['connection_info']
mountpoint = vol['mount_device']
self.volume_driver_method('connect_volume',
connection_info,
mountpoint)
def pre_block_migration(self, ctxt, instance_ref, disk_info_json):
"""Preparation block migration.
:params ctxt: security context
:params instance_ref:
nova.db.sqlalchemy.models.Instance object
instance object that is migrated.
:params disk_info_json:
json strings specified in get_instance_disk_info
"""
disk_info = utils.loads(disk_info_json)
# make instance directory
instance_dir = os.path.join(FLAGS.instances_path, instance_ref['name'])
if os.path.exists(instance_dir):
raise exception.DestinationDiskExists(path=instance_dir)
os.mkdir(instance_dir)
for info in disk_info:
base = os.path.basename(info['path'])
# Get image type and create empty disk image, and
# create backing file in case of qcow2.
instance_disk = os.path.join(instance_dir, base)
if not info['backing_file']:
libvirt_utils.create_image(info['type'], instance_disk,
info['disk_size'])
else:
# Creating backing file follows same way as spawning instances.
cache_name = os.path.basename(info['backing_file'])
# Remove any size tags which the cache manages
cache_name = cache_name.split('_')[0]
self._cache_image(fn=libvirt_utils.fetch_image,
context=ctxt,
target=instance_disk,
fname=cache_name,
cow=FLAGS.use_cow_images,
image_id=instance_ref['image_ref'],
user_id=instance_ref['user_id'],
project_id=instance_ref['project_id'],
size=info['disk_size'])
# if image has kernel and ramdisk, just download
# following normal way.
if instance_ref['kernel_id']:
libvirt_utils.fetch_image(ctxt,
os.path.join(instance_dir, 'kernel'),
instance_ref['kernel_id'],
instance_ref['user_id'],
instance_ref['project_id'])
if instance_ref['ramdisk_id']:
libvirt_utils.fetch_image(ctxt,
os.path.join(instance_dir, 'ramdisk'),
instance_ref['ramdisk_id'],
instance_ref['user_id'],
instance_ref['project_id'])
def post_live_migration_at_destination(self, ctxt,
instance_ref,
network_info,
block_migration):
"""Post operation of live migration at destination host.
:param ctxt: security context
:param instance_ref:
nova.db.sqlalchemy.models.Instance object
instance object that is migrated.
:param network_info: instance network infomation
:param block_migration: if true, post operation of block_migraiton.
"""
# Define migrated instance, otherwise, suspend/destroy does not work.
dom_list = self._conn.listDefinedDomains()
if instance_ref.name not in dom_list:
instance_dir = os.path.join(FLAGS.instances_path,
instance_ref.name)
xml_path = os.path.join(instance_dir, 'libvirt.xml')
# In case of block migration, destination does not have
# libvirt.xml
if not os.path.isfile(xml_path):
xml = self.to_xml(instance_ref, network_info=network_info)
f = open(os.path.join(instance_dir, 'libvirt.xml'), 'w+')
f.write(xml)
f.close()
# libvirt.xml should be made by to_xml(), but libvirt
# does not accept to_xml() result, since uuid is not
# included in to_xml() result.
dom = self._lookup_by_name(instance_ref.name)
self._conn.defineXML(dom.XMLDesc(0))
def get_instance_disk_info(self, instance_name):
"""Preparation block migration.
:params ctxt: security context
:params instance_ref:
nova.db.sqlalchemy.models.Instance object
instance object that is migrated.
:return:
json strings with below format::
"[{'path':'disk', 'type':'raw',
'virt_disk_size':'10737418240',
'backing_file':'backing_file',
'disk_size':'83886080'},...]"
"""
disk_info = []
virt_dom = self._lookup_by_name(instance_name)
xml = virt_dom.XMLDesc(0)
doc = ElementTree.fromstring(xml)
disk_nodes = doc.findall('.//devices/disk')
path_nodes = doc.findall('.//devices/disk/source')
driver_nodes = doc.findall('.//devices/disk/driver')
for cnt, path_node in enumerate(path_nodes):
disk_type = disk_nodes[cnt].get('type')
path = path_node.get('file')
if disk_type != 'file':
LOG.debug(_('skipping %(path)s since it looks like volume') %
locals())
continue
# get the real disk size or
# raise a localized error if image is unavailable
dk_size = int(os.path.getsize(path))
disk_type = driver_nodes[cnt].get('type')
if disk_type == "qcow2":
out, err = utils.execute('qemu-img', 'info', path)
# virtual size:
size = [i.split('(')[1].split()[0] for i in out.split('\n')
if i.strip().find('virtual size') >= 0]
virt_size = int(size[0])
# backing file:(actual path:)
backing_file = libvirt_utils.get_disk_backing_file(path)
else:
backing_file = ""
virt_size = 0
disk_info.append({'type': disk_type,
'path': path,
'virt_disk_size': virt_size,
'backing_file': backing_file,
'disk_size': dk_size})
return utils.dumps(disk_info)
def get_disk_available_least(self):
"""Return disk available least size.
The size of available disk, when block_migration command given
disk_over_commit param is FALSE.
The size that deducted real nstance disk size from the total size
of the virtual disk of all instances.
"""
# available size of the disk
dk_sz_gb = self.get_local_gb_total() - self.get_local_gb_used()
# Disk size that all instance uses : virtual_size - disk_size
instances_name = self.list_instances()
instances_sz = 0
for i_name in instances_name:
try:
disk_infos = utils.loads(self.get_instance_disk_info(i_name))
for info in disk_infos:
i_vt_sz = int(info['virt_disk_size'])
i_dk_sz = int(info['disk_size'])
instances_sz += i_vt_sz - i_dk_sz
except OSError as e:
if e.errno == errno.ENOENT:
LOG.error(_("Getting disk size of %(i_name)s: %(e)s") %
locals())
else:
raise
except exception.InstanceNotFound:
# Instance was deleted during the check so ignore it
pass
# Disk available least size
available_least_size = dk_sz_gb * (1024 ** 3) - instances_sz
return (available_least_size / 1024 / 1024 / 1024)
def unfilter_instance(self, instance_ref, network_info):
"""See comments of same method in firewall_driver."""
self.firewall_driver.unfilter_instance(instance_ref,
network_info=network_info)
def update_host_status(self):
"""Retrieve status info from libvirt.
Query libvirt to get the state of the compute node, such
as memory and disk usage.
"""
return self.host_state.update_status()
def get_host_stats(self, refresh=False):
"""Return the current state of the host.
If 'refresh' is True, run update the stats first."""
return self.host_state.get_host_stats(refresh=refresh)
def host_power_action(self, host, action):
"""Reboots, shuts down or powers up the host."""
raise NotImplementedError()
def host_maintenance_mode(self, host, mode):
"""Start/Stop host maintenance window. On start, it triggers
guest VMs evacuation."""
raise NotImplementedError()
def set_host_enabled(self, host, enabled):
"""Sets the specified host's ability to accept new instances."""
pass
def manage_image_cache(self, context):
"""Manage the local cache of images."""
self.image_cache_manager.verify_base_images(context)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def migrate_disk_and_power_off(self, context, instance, dest,
instance_type, network_info):
LOG.debug(_("Instance %s: Starting migrate_disk_and_power_off"),
instance['name'])
disk_info_text = self.get_instance_disk_info(instance['name'])
disk_info = utils.loads(disk_info_text)
self._destroy(instance, network_info, cleanup=False)
# copy disks to destination
# if disk type is qcow2, convert to raw then send to dest.
# rename instance dir to +_resize at first for using
# shared storage for instance dir (eg. NFS).
same_host = (dest == self.get_host_ip_addr())
inst_base = "%s/%s" % (FLAGS.instances_path, instance['name'])
inst_base_resize = inst_base + "_resize"
try:
utils.execute('mv', inst_base, inst_base_resize)
if same_host:
utils.execute('mkdir', '-p', inst_base)
else:
utils.execute('ssh', dest, 'mkdir', '-p', inst_base)
for info in disk_info:
# assume inst_base == dirname(info['path'])
to_path = "%s:%s" % (dest, info['path'])
fname = os.path.basename(info['path'])
from_path = os.path.join(inst_base_resize, fname)
if info['type'] == 'qcow2':
tmp_path = from_path + "_rbase"
utils.execute('qemu-img', 'convert', '-f', 'qcow2',
'-O', 'raw', from_path, tmp_path)
if same_host:
utils.execute('mv', tmp_path, info['path'])
else:
utils.execute('scp', tmp_path, to_path)
utils.execute('rm', '-f', tmp_path)
else: # raw
if same_host:
utils.execute('cp', from_path, info['path'])
else:
utils.execute('scp', from_path, to_path)
except Exception, e:
try:
if os.path.exists(inst_base_resize):
utils.execute('rm', '-rf', inst_base)
utils.execute('mv', inst_base_resize, inst_base)
utils.execute('ssh', dest, 'rm', '-rf', inst_base)
except Exception:
pass
raise e
return disk_info_text
def _wait_for_running(self, instance):
try:
state = self.get_info(instance)['state']
except exception.NotFound:
LOG.error(_("During wait running, instance disappeared."),
instance=instance)
raise utils.LoopingCallDone(False)
if state == power_state.RUNNING:
LOG.info(_("Instance running successfully."),
instance=instance)
raise utils.LoopingCallDone(True)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def finish_migration(self, context, migration, instance, disk_info,
network_info, image_meta, resize_instance):
LOG.debug(_("Instance %s: Starting finish_migration"),
instance['name'])
# resize disks. only "disk" and "disk.local" are necessary.
disk_info = utils.loads(disk_info)
for info in disk_info:
fname = os.path.basename(info['path'])
if fname == 'disk':
disk.extend(info['path'],
instance['root_gb'] * 1024 * 1024 * 1024)
elif fname == 'disk.local':
disk.extend(info['path'],
instance['ephemeral_gb'] * 1024 * 1024 * 1024)
if FLAGS.use_cow_images:
# back to qcow2 (no backing_file though) so that snapshot
# will be available
path_qcow = info['path'] + '_qcow'
utils.execute('qemu-img', 'convert', '-f', 'raw',
'-O', 'qcow2', info['path'], path_qcow)
utils.execute('mv', path_qcow, info['path'])
xml = self.to_xml(instance, network_info)
self.plug_vifs(instance, network_info)
self.firewall_driver.setup_basic_filtering(instance, network_info)
self.firewall_driver.prepare_instance_filter(instance, network_info)
# assume _create_image do nothing if a target file exists.
# TODO(oda): injecting files is not necessary
self._create_image(context, instance, xml,
network_info=network_info,
block_device_info=None)
self._create_new_domain(xml)
self.firewall_driver.apply_instance_filter(instance, network_info)
timer = utils.LoopingCall(self._wait_for_running, instance)
return timer.start(interval=0.5, now=True)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def finish_revert_migration(self, instance, network_info):
LOG.debug(_("Instance %s: Starting finish_revert_migration"),
instance['name'])
inst_base = "%s/%s" % (FLAGS.instances_path, instance['name'])
inst_base_resize = inst_base + "_resize"
utils.execute('mv', inst_base_resize, inst_base)
xml_path = os.path.join(inst_base, 'libvirt.xml')
xml = open(xml_path).read()
self.plug_vifs(instance, network_info)
self.firewall_driver.setup_basic_filtering(instance, network_info)
self.firewall_driver.prepare_instance_filter(instance, network_info)
# images already exist
self._create_new_domain(xml)
self.firewall_driver.apply_instance_filter(instance, network_info)
timer = utils.LoopingCall(self._wait_for_running, instance)
return timer.start(interval=0.5, now=True)
def confirm_migration(self, migration, instance, network_info):
"""Confirms a resize, destroying the source VM"""
self._cleanup_resize(instance)
class HostState(object):
"""Manages information about the compute node through libvirt"""
def __init__(self, read_only):
super(HostState, self).__init__()
self.read_only = read_only
self._stats = {}
self.connection = None
self.update_status()
def get_host_stats(self, refresh=False):
"""Return the current state of the host.
If 'refresh' is True, run update the stats first."""
if refresh:
self.update_status()
return self._stats
def update_status(self):
"""Retrieve status info from libvirt."""
LOG.debug(_("Updating host stats"))
if self.connection is None:
self.connection = get_connection(self.read_only)
data = {}
data["vcpus"] = self.connection.get_vcpu_total()
data["vcpus_used"] = self.connection.get_vcpu_used()
data["cpu_info"] = utils.loads(self.connection.get_cpu_info())
data["disk_total"] = self.connection.get_local_gb_total()
data["disk_used"] = self.connection.get_local_gb_used()
data["disk_available"] = data["disk_total"] - data["disk_used"]
data["host_memory_total"] = self.connection.get_memory_mb_total()
data["host_memory_free"] = (data["host_memory_total"] -
self.connection.get_memory_mb_used())
data["hypervisor_type"] = self.connection.get_hypervisor_type()
data["hypervisor_version"] = self.connection.get_hypervisor_version()
self._stats = data
return data
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