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Merge pull request #55889 from kubernetes/revert-53466-localSSDUUID

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Revert "Add options for mounting SCSI or NVMe local SSD though Block or Filesystem and do all of that with UUID"

Reverts #53466

@mindprince @davidz627
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k8s-merge-robot committed Nov 16, 2017
2 parents 0eb999c + 0117006 commit e7258eecaa6724415f29d59102059fe2cdbcd6e6
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@@ -668,7 +668,6 @@ ENABLE_PROMETHEUS_TO_SD: $(yaml-quote ${ENABLE_PROMETHEUS_TO_SD:-false})
ENABLE_POD_PRIORITY: $(yaml-quote ${ENABLE_POD_PRIORITY:-})
CONTAINER_RUNTIME: $(yaml-quote ${CONTAINER_RUNTIME:-})
CONTAINER_RUNTIME_ENDPOINT: $(yaml-quote ${CONTAINER_RUNTIME_ENDPOINT:-})
NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT: $(yaml-quote ${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT:-})
LOAD_IMAGE_COMMAND: $(yaml-quote ${LOAD_IMAGE_COMMAND:-})
EOF
if [ -n "${KUBELET_PORT:-}" ]; then
@@ -36,11 +36,6 @@ MASTER_ROOT_DISK_SIZE=${MASTER_ROOT_DISK_SIZE:-$(get-master-root-disk-size)}
NODE_DISK_TYPE=${NODE_DISK_TYPE:-pd-standard}
NODE_DISK_SIZE=${NODE_DISK_SIZE:-100GB}
NODE_LOCAL_SSDS=${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS:-0}
# An extension to local SSDs allowing users to specify block/fs and SCSI/NVMe devices
# Format of this variable will be "#,scsi/nvme,block/fs" you can specify multiple
# configurations by seperating them by a semi-colon ex. "2,scsi,fs;1,nvme,block"
# is a request for 2 SCSI formatted and mounted SSDs and 1 NVMe block device SSD.
NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT=${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT:-""}
# Accelerators to be attached to each node. Format "type=<accelerator-type>,count=<accelerator-count>"
# More information on available GPUs here - https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/gpus/
NODE_ACCELERATORS=${NODE_ACCELERATORS:-""}
@@ -25,9 +25,6 @@ set -o errexit
set -o nounset
set -o pipefail
readonly UUID_MNT_PREFIX="/mnt/disks/by-uuid/google-local-ssds"
readonly UUID_BLOCK_PREFIX="/dev/disk/by-uuid/google-local-ssds"
function setup-os-params {
# Reset core_pattern. On GCI, the default core_pattern pipes the core dumps to
# /sbin/crash_reporter which is more restrictive in saving crash dumps. So for
@@ -88,85 +85,11 @@ function create-dirs {
fi
}
# Gets the total number of $(1) and $(2) type disks specified
# by the user in ${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT}
function get-local-disk-num() {
local interface="${1}"
local format="${2}"
localdisknum=0
if [[ ! -z "${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT}" ]]; then
IFS=";" read -r -a ssdgroups <<< "${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT}"
for ssdgroup in "${ssdgroups[@]}"; do
IFS="," read -r -a ssdopts <<< "${ssdgroup}"
local opnum="${ssdopts[0]}"
local opinterface="${ssdopts[1]}"
local opformat="${ssdopts[2]}"
if [[ "${opformat,,}" == "${format,,}" && "${opinterface,,}" == "${interface,,}" ]]; then
localdisknum=$((localdisknum+opnum))
fi
done
fi
}
# Creates a symlink for a ($1) so that it may be used as block storage
function safe-block-symlink(){
local device="${1}"
local symdir="${2}"
mkdir -p "${symdir}"
get-or-generate-uuid "${device}"
local myuuid="${retuuid}"
local sym="${symdir}/local-ssd-${myuuid}"
# Do not "mkdir -p ${sym}" as that will cause unintended symlink behavior
ln -s "${device}" "${sym}"
echo "Created a symlink for SSD $ssd at ${sym}"
chmod a+w "${sym}"
}
# Gets a pregenerated UUID from ${ssdmap} if it exists, otherwise generates a new
# UUID and places it inside ${ssdmap}
function get-or-generate-uuid(){
local device="${1}"
local ssdmap="/home/kubernetes/localssdmap.txt"
echo "Generating or getting UUID from ${ssdmap}"
if [[ ! -e "${ssdmap}" ]]; then
touch "${ssdmap}"
chmod +w "${ssdmap}"
fi
# each line of the ssdmap looks like "${device} persistent-uuid"
if [[ ! -z $(grep ${device} ${ssdmap}) ]]; then
#create symlink based on saved uuid
local myuuid=$(grep ${device} ${ssdmap} | cut -d ' ' -f 2)
else
# generate new uuid and add it to the map
local myuuid=$(uuidgen)
if [[ ! ${?} -eq 0 ]]; then
echo "Failed to generate valid UUID with uuidgen" >&2
exit 2
fi
echo "${device} ${myuuid}" >> "${ssdmap}"
fi
if [[ -z "${myuuid}" ]]; then
echo "Failed to get a uuid for device ${device} when symlinking." >&2
exit 2
fi
retuuid="${myuuid}"
}
#Formats the given device ($1) if needed and mounts it at given mount point
# Formats the given device ($1) if needed and mounts it at given mount point
# ($2).
function safe-format-and-mount() {
local device="${1}"
local mountpoint="${2}"
device=$1
mountpoint=$2
# Format only if the disk is not already formatted.
if ! tune2fs -l "${device}" ; then
@@ -179,135 +102,18 @@ function safe-format-and-mount() {
mount -o discard,defaults "${device}" "${mountpoint}"
}
# Gets a devices UUID and bind mounts the device to mount location in
# /mnt/disks/by-id/
function unique-uuid-bind-mount(){
local mountpoint="${1}"
local actual_device="${2}"
# Trigger udev refresh so that newly formatted devices are propagated in by-uuid
udevadm control --reload-rules
udevadm trigger
udevadm settle
# grep the exact match of actual device, prevents substring matching
local myuuid=$(ls -l /dev/disk/by-uuid/ | grep "/${actual_device}$" | tr -s ' ' | cut -d ' ' -f 9)
# myuuid should be the uuid of the device as found in /dev/disk/by-uuid/
if [[ -z "${myuuid}" ]]; then
echo "Failed to get a uuid for device ${actual_device} when mounting." >&2
exit 2
fi
# bindpoint should be the full path of the to-be-bound device
local bindpoint="${UUID_MNT_PREFIX}-${interface}-fs/local-ssd-${myuuid}"
safe-bind-mount "${mountpoint}" "${bindpoint}"
}
# Bind mounts device at mountpoint to bindpoint
function safe-bind-mount(){
local mountpoint="${1}"
local bindpoint="${2}"
# Mount device to the mountpoint
mkdir -p "${bindpoint}"
echo "Binding '${mountpoint}' at '${bindpoint}'"
mount --bind "${mountpoint}" "${bindpoint}"
chmod a+w "${bindpoint}"
}
# Mounts, bindmounts, or symlinks depending on the interface and format
# of the incoming device
function mount-ext(){
local ssd="${1}"
local devicenum="${2}"
local interface="${3}"
local format="${4}"
if [[ -z "${devicenum}" ]]; then
echo "Failed to get the local disk number for device ${ssd}" >&2
exit 2
fi
# TODO: Handle partitioned disks. Right now this code just ignores partitions
if [[ "${format}" == "fs" ]]; then
if [[ "${interface}" == "scsi" ]]; then
local actual_device=$(readlink -f "${ssd}" | cut -d '/' -f 3)
# Error checking
if [[ "${actual_device}" != sd* ]]; then
echo "'actual_device' is not of the correct format. It must be the kernel name of the device, got ${actual_device} instead" >&2
exit 1
fi
local mountpoint="/mnt/disks/ssd${devicenum}"
else
# This path is required because the existing Google images do not
# expose NVMe devices in /dev/disk/by-id so we are using the /dev/nvme instead
local actual_device=$(echo ${ssd} | cut -d '/' -f 3)
# Error checking
if [[ "${actual_device}" != nvme* ]]; then
echo "'actual_device' is not of the correct format. It must be the kernel name of the device, got ${actual_device} instead" >&2
exit 1
fi
local mountpoint="/mnt/disks/ssd-nvme${devicenum}"
fi
safe-format-and-mount "${ssd}" "${mountpoint}"
# We only do the bindmount if users are using the new local ssd request method
# see https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/pull/53466#discussion_r146431894
if [[ ! -z "${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT}" ]]; then
unique-uuid-bind-mount "${mountpoint}" "${actual_device}"
fi
elif [[ "${format}" == "block" ]]; then
local symdir="${UUID_BLOCK_PREFIX}-${interface}-block"
safe-block-symlink "${ssd}" "${symdir}"
else
echo "Disk format must be either fs or block, got ${format}"
fi
}
# Local ssds, if present, are mounted or symlinked to their appropriate
# locations
# Local ssds, if present, are mounted at /mnt/disks/ssdN.
function ensure-local-ssds() {
get-local-disk-num "scsi" "block"
local scsiblocknum="${localdisknum}"
local i=0
for ssd in /dev/disk/by-id/google-local-ssd-*; do
if [ -e "${ssd}" ]; then
local devicenum=`echo ${ssd} | sed -e 's/\/dev\/disk\/by-id\/google-local-ssd-\([0-9]*\)/\1/'`
if [[ "${i}" -lt "${scsiblocknum}" ]]; then
mount-ext "${ssd}" "${devicenum}" "scsi" "block"
else
# GKE does not set NODE_LOCAL_SSDS so all non-block devices
# are assumed to be filesystem devices
mount-ext "${ssd}" "${devicenum}" "scsi" "fs"
fi
i=$((i+1))
else
echo "No local SCSI SSD disks found."
fi
done
# The following mounts or symlinks NVMe devices
get-local-disk-num "nvme" "block"
local nvmeblocknum="${localdisknum}"
local i=0
for ssd in /dev/nvme*; do
if [ -e "${ssd}" ]; then
# This workaround to find if the NVMe device is a disk is required because
# the existing Google images does not expose NVMe devices in /dev/disk/by-id
if [[ `udevadm info --query=property --name=${ssd} | grep DEVTYPE | sed "s/DEVTYPE=//"` == "disk" ]]; then
local devicenum=`echo ${ssd} | sed -e 's/\/dev\/nvme0n\([0-9]*\)/\1/'`
if [[ "${i}" -lt "${nvmeblocknum}" ]]; then
mount-ext "${ssd}" "${devicenum}" "nvme" "block"
else
mount-ext "${ssd}" "${devicenum}" "nvme" "fs"
fi
i=$((i+1))
fi
ssdnum=`echo ${ssd} | sed -e 's/\/dev\/disk\/by-id\/google-local-ssd-\([0-9]*\)/\1/'`
ssdmount="/mnt/disks/ssd${ssdnum}/"
mkdir -p ${ssdmount}
safe-format-and-mount "${ssd}" ${ssdmount}
echo "Mounted local SSD $ssd at ${ssdmount}"
chmod a+w ${ssdmount}
else
echo "No local NVMe SSD disks found."
echo "No local SSD disks found."
fi
done
}
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@@ -18,8 +18,6 @@
# Use the config file specified in $KUBE_CONFIG_FILE, or default to
# config-default.sh.
readonly GCE_MAX_LOCAL_SSD=8
KUBE_ROOT=$(dirname "${BASH_SOURCE}")/../..
source "${KUBE_ROOT}/cluster/gce/${KUBE_CONFIG_FILE-"config-default.sh"}"
source "${KUBE_ROOT}/cluster/common.sh"
@@ -39,11 +37,6 @@ else
exit 1
fi
if [[ ${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS} -ge 1 ]] && [[ ! -z ${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT} ]] ; then
echo -e "${color_red}Local SSD: Only one of NODE_LOCAL_SSDS and NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT can be specified at once${color_norm}" >&2
exit 2
fi
if [[ "${MASTER_OS_DISTRIBUTION}" == "gci" ]]; then
DEFAULT_GCI_PROJECT=google-containers
if [[ "${GCI_VERSION}" == "cos"* ]]; then
@@ -553,29 +546,6 @@ function get-template-name-from-version() {
echo "${NODE_INSTANCE_PREFIX}-template-${1}" | cut -c 1-63 | sed 's/[\.\+]/-/g;s/-*$//g'
}
# validates the NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT variable
function validate-node-local-ssds-ext(){
ssdopts="${1}"
if [[ -z "${ssdopts[0]}" || -z "${ssdopts[1]}" || -z "${ssdopts[2]}" ]]; then
echo -e "${color_red}Local SSD: NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT is malformed, found ${ssdopts[0]-_},${ssdopts[1]-_},${ssdopts[2]-_} ${color_norm}" >&2
exit 2
fi
if [[ "${ssdopts[1]}" != "scsi" && "${ssdopts[1]}" != "nvme" ]]; then
echo -e "${color_red}Local SSD: Interface must be scsi or nvme, found: ${ssdopts[1]} ${color_norm}" >&2
exit 2
fi
if [[ "${ssdopts[2]}" != "fs" && "${ssdopts[2]}" != "block" ]]; then
echo -e "${color_red}Local SSD: Filesystem type must be fs or block, found: ${ssdopts[2]} ${color_norm}" >&2
exit 2
fi
local_ssd_ext_count=$((local_ssd_ext_count+ssdopts[0]))
if [[ "${local_ssd_ext_count}" -gt "${GCE_MAX_LOCAL_SSD}" || "${local_ssd_ext_count}" -lt 1 ]]; then
echo -e "${color_red}Local SSD: Total number of local ssds must range from 1 to 8, found: ${local_ssd_ext_count} ${color_norm}" >&2
exit 2
fi
}
# Robustly try to create an instance template.
# $1: The name of the instance template.
# $2: The scopes flag.
@@ -617,19 +587,6 @@ function create-node-template() {
fi
local local_ssds=""
local_ssd_ext_count=0
if [[ ! -z ${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT-""} ]]; then
IFS=";" read -r -a ssdgroups <<< ${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT}
for ssdgroup in "${ssdgroups[@]}"
do
IFS="," read -r -a ssdopts <<< ${ssdgroup}
validate-node-local-ssds-ext ${ssdopts}
for i in $(seq ${ssdopts[0]}); do
local_ssds="$local_ssds--local-ssd=interface=${ssdopts[1]} "
done
done
fi
if [[ ! -z ${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS+x} ]]; then
# The NODE_LOCAL_SSDS check below fixes issue #49171
# Some versions of seq will count down from 1 if "seq 0" is specified
@@ -639,7 +596,6 @@ function create-node-template() {
done
fi
fi
local network=$(make-gcloud-network-argument \
"${NETWORK_PROJECT}" \
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