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# lib/quantum
# functions - funstions specific to quantum
# Dependencies:
# ``functions`` file
# ``DEST`` must be defined
# ``stack.sh`` calls the entry points in this order:
#
# install_quantum
# install_quantumclient
# install_quantum_agent_packages
# install_quantum_third_party
# configure_quantum
# init_quantum
# configure_quantum_third_party
# init_quantum_third_party
# start_quantum_third_party
# create_nova_conf_quantum
# start_quantum_service_and_check
# create_quantum_initial_network
# setup_quantum_debug
# start_quantum_agents
#
# ``unstack.sh`` calls the entry points in this order:
#
# stop_quantum
# Functions in lib/quantum are classified into the following categories:
#
# - entry points (called from stack.sh or unstack.sh)
# - internal functions
# - quantum exercises
# - 3rd party programs
# Quantum Networking
# ------------------
# Make sure that quantum is enabled in ``ENABLED_SERVICES``. If you want
# to run Quantum on this host, make sure that q-svc is also in
# ``ENABLED_SERVICES``.
#
# If you're planning to use the Quantum openvswitch plugin, set
# ``Q_PLUGIN`` to "openvswitch" and make sure the q-agt service is enabled
# in ``ENABLED_SERVICES``. If you're planning to use the Quantum
# linuxbridge plugin, set ``Q_PLUGIN`` to "linuxbridge" and make sure the
# q-agt service is enabled in ``ENABLED_SERVICES``.
#
# See "Quantum Network Configuration" below for additional variables
# that must be set in localrc for connectivity across hosts with
# Quantum.
#
# With Quantum networking the NETWORK_MANAGER variable is ignored.
# Save trace setting
XTRACE=$(set +o | grep xtrace)
set +o xtrace
# Quantum Network Configuration
# -----------------------------
# Set up default directories
QUANTUM_DIR=$DEST/quantum
QUANTUMCLIENT_DIR=$DEST/python-quantumclient
QUANTUM_AUTH_CACHE_DIR=${QUANTUM_AUTH_CACHE_DIR:-/var/cache/quantum}
QUANTUM_CONF_DIR=/etc/quantum
QUANTUM_CONF=$QUANTUM_CONF_DIR/quantum.conf
export QUANTUM_TEST_CONFIG_FILE=${QUANTUM_TEST_CONFIG_FILE:-"$QUANTUM_CONF_DIR/debug.ini"}
# Default Quantum Plugin
Q_PLUGIN=${Q_PLUGIN:-openvswitch}
# Default Quantum Port
Q_PORT=${Q_PORT:-9696}
# Default Quantum Host
Q_HOST=${Q_HOST:-$HOST_IP}
# Default admin username
Q_ADMIN_USERNAME=${Q_ADMIN_USERNAME:-quantum}
# Default auth strategy
Q_AUTH_STRATEGY=${Q_AUTH_STRATEGY:-keystone}
# Use namespace or not
Q_USE_NAMESPACE=${Q_USE_NAMESPACE:-True}
Q_USE_ROOTWRAP=${Q_USE_ROOTWRAP:-True}
# Meta data IP
Q_META_DATA_IP=${Q_META_DATA_IP:-$HOST_IP}
# Allow Overlapping IP among subnets
Q_ALLOW_OVERLAPPING_IP=${Q_ALLOW_OVERLAPPING_IP:-True}
# Use quantum-debug command
Q_USE_DEBUG_COMMAND=${Q_USE_DEBUG_COMMAND:-False}
# The name of the default q-l3 router
Q_ROUTER_NAME=${Q_ROUTER_NAME:-router1}
if is_service_enabled quantum; then
Q_RR_CONF_FILE=$QUANTUM_CONF_DIR/rootwrap.conf
if [[ "$Q_USE_ROOTWRAP" == "False" ]]; then
Q_RR_COMMAND="sudo"
else
QUANTUM_ROOTWRAP=$(get_rootwrap_location quantum)
Q_RR_COMMAND="sudo $QUANTUM_ROOTWRAP $Q_RR_CONF_FILE"
fi
# Provider Network Configurations
# --------------------------------
# The following variables control the Quantum openvswitch and
# linuxbridge plugins' allocation of tenant networks and
# availability of provider networks. If these are not configured
# in localrc, tenant networks will be local to the host (with no
# remote connectivity), and no physical resources will be
# available for the allocation of provider networks.
# To use GRE tunnels for tenant networks, set to True in
# localrc. GRE tunnels are only supported by the openvswitch
# plugin, and currently only on Ubuntu.
ENABLE_TENANT_TUNNELS=${ENABLE_TENANT_TUNNELS:-False}
# If using GRE tunnels for tenant networks, specify the range of
# tunnel IDs from which tenant networks are allocated. Can be
# overriden in localrc in necesssary.
TENANT_TUNNEL_RANGES=${TENANT_TUNNEL_RANGE:-1:1000}
# To use VLANs for tenant networks, set to True in localrc. VLANs
# are supported by the openvswitch and linuxbridge plugins, each
# requiring additional configuration described below.
ENABLE_TENANT_VLANS=${ENABLE_TENANT_VLANS:-False}
# If using VLANs for tenant networks, set in localrc to specify
# the range of VLAN VIDs from which tenant networks are
# allocated. An external network switch must be configured to
# trunk these VLANs between hosts for multi-host connectivity.
#
# Example: ``TENANT_VLAN_RANGE=1000:1999``
TENANT_VLAN_RANGE=${TENANT_VLAN_RANGE:-}
# If using VLANs for tenant networks, or if using flat or VLAN
# provider networks, set in localrc to the name of the physical
# network, and also configure OVS_PHYSICAL_BRIDGE for the
# openvswitch agent or LB_PHYSICAL_INTERFACE for the linuxbridge
# agent, as described below.
#
# Example: ``PHYSICAL_NETWORK=default``
PHYSICAL_NETWORK=${PHYSICAL_NETWORK:-}
# With the openvswitch plugin, if using VLANs for tenant networks,
# or if using flat or VLAN provider networks, set in localrc to
# the name of the OVS bridge to use for the physical network. The
# bridge will be created if it does not already exist, but a
# physical interface must be manually added to the bridge as a
# port for external connectivity.
#
# Example: ``OVS_PHYSICAL_BRIDGE=br-eth1``
OVS_PHYSICAL_BRIDGE=${OVS_PHYSICAL_BRIDGE:-}
# With the linuxbridge plugin, if using VLANs for tenant networks,
# or if using flat or VLAN provider networks, set in localrc to
# the name of the network interface to use for the physical
# network.
#
# Example: ``LB_PHYSICAL_INTERFACE=eth1``
LB_PHYSICAL_INTERFACE=${LB_PHYSICAL_INTERFACE:-}
# With the openvswitch plugin, set to True in localrc to enable
# provider GRE tunnels when ``ENABLE_TENANT_TUNNELS`` is False.
#
# Example: ``OVS_ENABLE_TUNNELING=True``
OVS_ENABLE_TUNNELING=${OVS_ENABLE_TUNNELING:-$ENABLE_TENANT_TUNNELS}
fi
# Quantum plugin specific functions
# ---------------------------------
# Please refer to lib/quantum_plugins/README.md for details.
source $TOP_DIR/lib/quantum_plugins/$Q_PLUGIN
# Agent loadbalancer service plugin functions
# -------------------------------------------
# Hardcoding for 1 service plugin for now
source $TOP_DIR/lib/quantum_plugins/services/agent_loadbalancer
# Use security group or not
if has_quantum_plugin_security_group; then
Q_USE_SECGROUP=${Q_USE_SECGROUP:-True}
else
Q_USE_SECGROUP=False
fi
# Entry Points
# ------------
# configure_quantum()
# Set common config for all quantum server and agents.
function configure_quantum() {
_configure_quantum_common
iniset_rpc_backend quantum $QUANTUM_CONF DEFAULT
# goes before q-svc to init Q_SERVICE_PLUGIN_CLASSES
if is_service_enabled q-lbaas; then
_configure_quantum_lbaas
fi
if is_service_enabled q-svc; then
_configure_quantum_service
fi
if is_service_enabled q-agt; then
_configure_quantum_plugin_agent
fi
if is_service_enabled q-dhcp; then
_configure_quantum_dhcp_agent
fi
if is_service_enabled q-l3; then
_configure_quantum_l3_agent
fi
if is_service_enabled q-meta; then
_configure_quantum_metadata_agent
fi
_configure_quantum_debug_command
}
function create_nova_conf_quantum() {
iniset $NOVA_CONF DEFAULT network_api_class "nova.network.quantumv2.api.API"
iniset $NOVA_CONF DEFAULT quantum_admin_username "$Q_ADMIN_USERNAME"
iniset $NOVA_CONF DEFAULT quantum_admin_password "$SERVICE_PASSWORD"
iniset $NOVA_CONF DEFAULT quantum_admin_auth_url "$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PROTOCOL://$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_HOST:$KEYSTONE_AUTH_PORT/v2.0"
iniset $NOVA_CONF DEFAULT quantum_auth_strategy "$Q_AUTH_STRATEGY"
iniset $NOVA_CONF DEFAULT quantum_admin_tenant_name "$SERVICE_TENANT_NAME"
iniset $NOVA_CONF DEFAULT quantum_url "http://$Q_HOST:$Q_PORT"
if [[ "$Q_USE_SECGROUP" == "True" ]]; then
LIBVIRT_FIREWALL_DRIVER=nova.virt.firewall.NoopFirewallDriver
iniset $NOVA_CONF DEFAULT security_group_api quantum
fi
# set NOVA_VIF_DRIVER and optionally set options in nova_conf
quantum_plugin_create_nova_conf
iniset $NOVA_CONF DEFAULT libvirt_vif_driver "$NOVA_VIF_DRIVER"
iniset $NOVA_CONF DEFAULT linuxnet_interface_driver "$LINUXNET_VIF_DRIVER"
if is_service_enabled q-meta; then
iniset $NOVA_CONF DEFAULT service_quantum_metadata_proxy "True"
fi
}
# create_quantum_accounts() - Set up common required quantum accounts
# Tenant User Roles
# ------------------------------------------------------------------
# service quantum admin # if enabled
# Migrated from keystone_data.sh
function create_quantum_accounts() {
SERVICE_TENANT=$(keystone tenant-list | awk "/ $SERVICE_TENANT_NAME / { print \$2 }")
ADMIN_ROLE=$(keystone role-list | awk "/ admin / { print \$2 }")
if [[ "$ENABLED_SERVICES" =~ "q-svc" ]]; then
QUANTUM_USER=$(keystone user-create \
--name=quantum \
--pass="$SERVICE_PASSWORD" \
--tenant_id $SERVICE_TENANT \
--email=quantum@example.com \
| grep " id " | get_field 2)
keystone user-role-add \
--tenant_id $SERVICE_TENANT \
--user_id $QUANTUM_USER \
--role_id $ADMIN_ROLE
if [[ "$KEYSTONE_CATALOG_BACKEND" = 'sql' ]]; then
QUANTUM_SERVICE=$(keystone service-create \
--name=quantum \
--type=network \
--description="Quantum Service" \
| grep " id " | get_field 2)
keystone endpoint-create \
--region RegionOne \
--service_id $QUANTUM_SERVICE \
--publicurl "http://$SERVICE_HOST:9696/" \
--adminurl "http://$SERVICE_HOST:9696/" \
--internalurl "http://$SERVICE_HOST:9696/"
fi
fi
}
function create_quantum_initial_network() {
TENANT_ID=$(keystone tenant-list | grep " demo " | get_field 1)
# Create a small network
# Since quantum command is executed in admin context at this point,
# ``--tenant_id`` needs to be specified.
if is_baremetal; then
sudo ovs-vsctl add-port $OVS_PHYSICAL_BRIDGE $PUBLIC_INTERFACE
for IP in $(ip addr show dev $PUBLIC_INTERFACE | grep ' inet ' | awk '{print $2}'); do
sudo ip addr del $IP dev $PUBLIC_INTERFACE
sudo ip addr add $IP dev $OVS_PHYSICAL_BRIDGE
done
NET_ID=$(quantum net-create $PHYSICAL_NETWORK --tenant_id $TENANT_ID --provider:network_type flat --provider:physical_network "$PHYSICAL_NETWORK" | grep ' id ' | get_field 2)
SUBNET_ID=$(quantum subnet-create --tenant_id $TENANT_ID --ip_version 4 ${ALLOCATION_POOL:+--allocation-pool $ALLOCATION_POOL} --gateway $NETWORK_GATEWAY $NET_ID $FIXED_RANGE | grep ' id ' | get_field 2)
sudo ifconfig $OVS_PHYSICAL_BRIDGE up
else
NET_ID=$(quantum net-create --tenant_id $TENANT_ID "$PRIVATE_NETWORK_NAME" | grep ' id ' | get_field 2)
SUBNET_ID=$(quantum subnet-create --tenant_id $TENANT_ID --ip_version 4 --gateway $NETWORK_GATEWAY $NET_ID $FIXED_RANGE | grep ' id ' | get_field 2)
fi
if [[ "$Q_L3_ENABLED" == "True" ]]; then
# Create a router, and add the private subnet as one of its interfaces
if [[ "$Q_L3_ROUTER_PER_TENANT" == "True" ]]; then
# create a tenant-owned router.
ROUTER_ID=$(quantum router-create --tenant_id $TENANT_ID $Q_ROUTER_NAME | grep ' id ' | get_field 2)
else
# Plugin only supports creating a single router, which should be admin owned.
ROUTER_ID=$(quantum router-create $Q_ROUTER_NAME | grep ' id ' | get_field 2)
fi
quantum router-interface-add $ROUTER_ID $SUBNET_ID
# Create an external network, and a subnet. Configure the external network as router gw
EXT_NET_ID=$(quantum net-create "$PUBLIC_NETWORK_NAME" -- --router:external=True | grep ' id ' | get_field 2)
EXT_GW_IP=$(quantum subnet-create --ip_version 4 ${Q_FLOATING_ALLOCATION_POOL:+--allocation-pool $Q_FLOATING_ALLOCATION_POOL} $EXT_NET_ID $FLOATING_RANGE -- --enable_dhcp=False | grep 'gateway_ip' | get_field 2)
quantum router-gateway-set $ROUTER_ID $EXT_NET_ID
if is_service_enabled q-l3; then
# logic is specific to using the l3-agent for l3
if is_quantum_ovs_base_plugin && [[ "$Q_USE_NAMESPACE" = "True" ]]; then
CIDR_LEN=${FLOATING_RANGE#*/}
sudo ip addr add $EXT_GW_IP/$CIDR_LEN dev $PUBLIC_BRIDGE
sudo ip link set $PUBLIC_BRIDGE up
ROUTER_GW_IP=`quantum port-list -c fixed_ips -c device_owner | grep router_gateway | awk -F '"' '{ print $8; }'`
sudo route add -net $FIXED_RANGE gw $ROUTER_GW_IP
fi
if [[ "$Q_USE_NAMESPACE" == "False" ]]; then
# Explicitly set router id in l3 agent configuration
iniset $Q_L3_CONF_FILE DEFAULT router_id $ROUTER_ID
fi
fi
fi
}
# init_quantum() - Initialize databases, etc.
function init_quantum() {
:
}
# install_quantum() - Collect source and prepare
function install_quantum() {
git_clone $QUANTUM_REPO $QUANTUM_DIR $QUANTUM_BRANCH
setup_develop $QUANTUM_DIR
}
# install_quantumclient() - Collect source and prepare
function install_quantumclient() {
git_clone $QUANTUMCLIENT_REPO $QUANTUMCLIENT_DIR $QUANTUMCLIENT_BRANCH
setup_develop $QUANTUMCLIENT_DIR
}
# install_quantum_agent_packages() - Collect source and prepare
function install_quantum_agent_packages() {
# install packages that is specific to plugin agent
quantum_plugin_install_agent_packages
}
# Start running processes, including screen
function start_quantum_service_and_check() {
# Start the Quantum service
screen_it q-svc "cd $QUANTUM_DIR && python $QUANTUM_DIR/bin/quantum-server --config-file $QUANTUM_CONF --config-file /$Q_PLUGIN_CONF_FILE"
echo "Waiting for Quantum to start..."
if ! timeout $SERVICE_TIMEOUT sh -c "while ! http_proxy= wget -q -O- http://$Q_HOST:$Q_PORT; do sleep 1; done"; then
die $LINENO "Quantum did not start"
fi
}
# Start running processes, including screen
function start_quantum_agents() {
# Start up the quantum agents if enabled
screen_it q-agt "cd $QUANTUM_DIR && python $AGENT_BINARY --config-file $QUANTUM_CONF --config-file /$Q_PLUGIN_CONF_FILE"
screen_it q-dhcp "cd $QUANTUM_DIR && python $AGENT_DHCP_BINARY --config-file $QUANTUM_CONF --config-file=$Q_DHCP_CONF_FILE"
screen_it q-l3 "cd $QUANTUM_DIR && python $AGENT_L3_BINARY --config-file $QUANTUM_CONF --config-file=$Q_L3_CONF_FILE"
screen_it q-meta "cd $QUANTUM_DIR && python $AGENT_META_BINARY --config-file $QUANTUM_CONF --config-file=$Q_META_CONF_FILE"
if is_service_enabled q-lbaas; then
screen_it q-lbaas "cd $QUANTUM_DIR && python $AGENT_LBAAS_BINARY --config-file $QUANTUM_CONF --config-file=$LBAAS_AGENT_CONF_FILENAME"
fi
}
# stop_quantum() - Stop running processes (non-screen)
function stop_quantum() {
if is_service_enabled q-dhcp; then
pid=$(ps aux | awk '/[d]nsmasq.+interface=(tap|ns-)/ { print $2 }')
[ ! -z "$pid" ] && sudo kill -9 $pid
fi
}
# cleanup_quantum() - Remove residual data files, anything left over from previous
# runs that a clean run would need to clean up
function cleanup_quantum() {
:
}
# _configure_quantum_common()
# Set common config for all quantum server and agents.
# This MUST be called before other _configure_quantum_* functions.
function _configure_quantum_common() {
# Put config files in ``QUANTUM_CONF_DIR`` for everyone to find
if [[ ! -d $QUANTUM_CONF_DIR ]]; then
sudo mkdir -p $QUANTUM_CONF_DIR
fi
sudo chown $STACK_USER $QUANTUM_CONF_DIR
cp $QUANTUM_DIR/etc/quantum.conf $QUANTUM_CONF
# set plugin-specific variables
# Q_PLUGIN_CONF_PATH, Q_PLUGIN_CONF_FILENAME, Q_DB_NAME, Q_PLUGIN_CLASS
quantum_plugin_configure_common
if [[ $Q_PLUGIN_CONF_PATH == '' || $Q_PLUGIN_CONF_FILENAME == '' || $Q_PLUGIN_CLASS == '' ]]; then
die $LINENO "Quantum plugin not set.. exiting"
fi
# If needed, move config file from ``$QUANTUM_DIR/etc/quantum`` to ``QUANTUM_CONF_DIR``
mkdir -p /$Q_PLUGIN_CONF_PATH
Q_PLUGIN_CONF_FILE=$Q_PLUGIN_CONF_PATH/$Q_PLUGIN_CONF_FILENAME
cp $QUANTUM_DIR/$Q_PLUGIN_CONF_FILE /$Q_PLUGIN_CONF_FILE
iniset /$Q_PLUGIN_CONF_FILE DATABASE sql_connection `database_connection_url $Q_DB_NAME`
iniset $QUANTUM_CONF DEFAULT state_path $DATA_DIR/quantum
_quantum_setup_rootwrap
}
function _configure_quantum_debug_command() {
if [[ "$Q_USE_DEBUG_COMMAND" != "True" ]]; then
return
fi
cp $QUANTUM_DIR/etc/l3_agent.ini $QUANTUM_TEST_CONFIG_FILE
iniset $QUANTUM_TEST_CONFIG_FILE DEFAULT verbose False
iniset $QUANTUM_TEST_CONFIG_FILE DEFAULT debug False
iniset $QUANTUM_TEST_CONFIG_FILE DEFAULT use_namespaces $Q_USE_NAMESPACE
iniset $QUANTUM_TEST_CONFIG_FILE DEFAULT root_helper "$Q_RR_COMMAND"
# Intermediate fix until Quantum patch lands and then line above will
# be cleaned.
iniset $QUANTUM_TEST_CONFIG_FILE AGENT root_helper "$Q_RR_COMMAND"
_quantum_setup_keystone $QUANTUM_TEST_CONFIG_FILE DEFAULT set_auth_url
_quantum_setup_interface_driver $QUANTUM_TEST_CONFIG_FILE
quantum_plugin_configure_debug_command
}
function _configure_quantum_dhcp_agent() {
AGENT_DHCP_BINARY="$QUANTUM_DIR/bin/quantum-dhcp-agent"
Q_DHCP_CONF_FILE=$QUANTUM_CONF_DIR/dhcp_agent.ini
cp $QUANTUM_DIR/etc/dhcp_agent.ini $Q_DHCP_CONF_FILE
iniset $Q_DHCP_CONF_FILE DEFAULT verbose True
iniset $Q_DHCP_CONF_FILE DEFAULT debug True
iniset $Q_DHCP_CONF_FILE DEFAULT use_namespaces $Q_USE_NAMESPACE
iniset $Q_DHCP_CONF_FILE DEFAULT root_helper "$Q_RR_COMMAND"
_quantum_setup_keystone $Q_DHCP_CONF_FILE DEFAULT set_auth_url
_quantum_setup_interface_driver $Q_DHCP_CONF_FILE
quantum_plugin_configure_dhcp_agent
}
function _configure_quantum_l3_agent() {
Q_L3_ENABLED=True
# for l3-agent, only use per tenant router if we have namespaces
Q_L3_ROUTER_PER_TENANT=$Q_USE_NAMESPACE
AGENT_L3_BINARY="$QUANTUM_DIR/bin/quantum-l3-agent"
PUBLIC_BRIDGE=${PUBLIC_BRIDGE:-br-ex}
Q_L3_CONF_FILE=$QUANTUM_CONF_DIR/l3_agent.ini
cp $QUANTUM_DIR/etc/l3_agent.ini $Q_L3_CONF_FILE
iniset $Q_L3_CONF_FILE DEFAULT verbose True
iniset $Q_L3_CONF_FILE DEFAULT debug True
iniset $Q_L3_CONF_FILE DEFAULT use_namespaces $Q_USE_NAMESPACE
iniset $Q_L3_CONF_FILE DEFAULT root_helper "$Q_RR_COMMAND"
_quantum_setup_keystone $Q_L3_CONF_FILE DEFAULT set_auth_url
_quantum_setup_interface_driver $Q_L3_CONF_FILE
quantum_plugin_configure_l3_agent
}
function _configure_quantum_metadata_agent() {
AGENT_META_BINARY="$QUANTUM_DIR/bin/quantum-metadata-agent"
Q_META_CONF_FILE=$QUANTUM_CONF_DIR/metadata_agent.ini
cp $QUANTUM_DIR/etc/metadata_agent.ini $Q_META_CONF_FILE
iniset $Q_META_CONF_FILE DEFAULT verbose True
iniset $Q_META_CONF_FILE DEFAULT debug True
iniset $Q_META_CONF_FILE DEFAULT nova_metadata_ip $Q_META_DATA_IP
iniset $Q_META_CONF_FILE DEFAULT root_helper "$Q_RR_COMMAND"
_quantum_setup_keystone $Q_META_CONF_FILE DEFAULT set_auth_url
}
function _configure_quantum_lbaas()
{
quantum_agent_lbaas_install_agent_packages
quantum_agent_lbaas_configure_common
quantum_agent_lbaas_configure_agent
}
# _configure_quantum_plugin_agent() - Set config files for quantum plugin agent
# It is called when q-agt is enabled.
function _configure_quantum_plugin_agent() {
# Specify the default root helper prior to agent configuration to
# ensure that an agent's configuration can override the default
iniset /$Q_PLUGIN_CONF_FILE AGENT root_helper "$Q_RR_COMMAND"
# Configure agent for plugin
quantum_plugin_configure_plugin_agent
}
# _configure_quantum_service() - Set config files for quantum service
# It is called when q-svc is enabled.
function _configure_quantum_service() {
Q_API_PASTE_FILE=$QUANTUM_CONF_DIR/api-paste.ini
Q_POLICY_FILE=$QUANTUM_CONF_DIR/policy.json
cp $QUANTUM_DIR/etc/api-paste.ini $Q_API_PASTE_FILE
cp $QUANTUM_DIR/etc/policy.json $Q_POLICY_FILE
if is_service_enabled $DATABASE_BACKENDS; then
recreate_database $Q_DB_NAME utf8
else
die $LINENO "A database must be enabled in order to use the $Q_PLUGIN Quantum plugin."
fi
# Update either configuration file with plugin
iniset $QUANTUM_CONF DEFAULT core_plugin $Q_PLUGIN_CLASS
if [[ $Q_SERVICE_PLUGIN_CLASSES != '' ]]; then
iniset $QUANTUM_CONF DEFAULT service_plugins $Q_SERVICE_PLUGIN_CLASSES
fi
iniset $QUANTUM_CONF DEFAULT verbose True
iniset $QUANTUM_CONF DEFAULT debug True
iniset $QUANTUM_CONF DEFAULT policy_file $Q_POLICY_FILE
iniset $QUANTUM_CONF DEFAULT allow_overlapping_ips $Q_ALLOW_OVERLAPPING_IP
iniset $QUANTUM_CONF DEFAULT auth_strategy $Q_AUTH_STRATEGY
_quantum_setup_keystone $QUANTUM_CONF keystone_authtoken
# Comment out keystone authtoken configuration in api-paste.ini
# It is required to avoid any breakage in Quantum where the sample
# api-paste.ini has authtoken configurations.
_quantum_commentout_keystone_authtoken $Q_API_PASTE_FILE filter:authtoken
# Configure plugin
quantum_plugin_configure_service
}
# Utility Functions
#------------------
# _quantum_setup_rootwrap() - configure Quantum's rootwrap
function _quantum_setup_rootwrap() {
if [[ "$Q_USE_ROOTWRAP" == "False" ]]; then
return
fi
# Deploy new rootwrap filters files (owned by root).
# Wipe any existing rootwrap.d files first
Q_CONF_ROOTWRAP_D=$QUANTUM_CONF_DIR/rootwrap.d
if [[ -d $Q_CONF_ROOTWRAP_D ]]; then
sudo rm -rf $Q_CONF_ROOTWRAP_D
fi
# Deploy filters to $QUANTUM_CONF_DIR/rootwrap.d
mkdir -p -m 755 $Q_CONF_ROOTWRAP_D
cp -pr $QUANTUM_DIR/etc/quantum/rootwrap.d/* $Q_CONF_ROOTWRAP_D/
sudo chown -R root:root $Q_CONF_ROOTWRAP_D
sudo chmod 644 $Q_CONF_ROOTWRAP_D/*
# Set up rootwrap.conf, pointing to $QUANTUM_CONF_DIR/rootwrap.d
# location moved in newer versions, prefer new location
if test -r $QUANTUM_DIR/etc/quantum/rootwrap.conf; then
sudo cp -p $QUANTUM_DIR/etc/quantum/rootwrap.conf $Q_RR_CONF_FILE
else
sudo cp -p $QUANTUM_DIR/etc/rootwrap.conf $Q_RR_CONF_FILE
fi
sudo sed -e "s:^filters_path=.*$:filters_path=$Q_CONF_ROOTWRAP_D:" -i $Q_RR_CONF_FILE
sudo chown root:root $Q_RR_CONF_FILE
sudo chmod 0644 $Q_RR_CONF_FILE
# Specify rootwrap.conf as first parameter to quantum-rootwrap
ROOTWRAP_SUDOER_CMD="$QUANTUM_ROOTWRAP $Q_RR_CONF_FILE *"
# Set up the rootwrap sudoers for quantum
TEMPFILE=`mktemp`
echo "$USER ALL=(root) NOPASSWD: $ROOTWRAP_SUDOER_CMD" >$TEMPFILE
chmod 0440 $TEMPFILE
sudo chown root:root $TEMPFILE
sudo mv $TEMPFILE /etc/sudoers.d/quantum-rootwrap
# Update the root_helper
iniset $QUANTUM_CONF AGENT root_helper "$Q_RR_COMMAND"
}
# Configures keystone integration for quantum service and agents
function _quantum_setup_keystone() {
local conf_file=$1
local section=$2
local use_auth_url=$3
if [[ -n $use_auth_url ]]; then
iniset $conf_file $section auth_url "$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PROTOCOL://$KEYSTONE_AUTH_HOST:$KEYSTONE_AUTH_PORT/v2.0"
else
iniset $conf_file $section auth_host $KEYSTONE_SERVICE_HOST
iniset $conf_file $section auth_port $KEYSTONE_AUTH_PORT
iniset $conf_file $section auth_protocol $KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PROTOCOL
fi
iniset $conf_file $section admin_tenant_name $SERVICE_TENANT_NAME
iniset $conf_file $section admin_user $Q_ADMIN_USERNAME
iniset $conf_file $section admin_password $SERVICE_PASSWORD
iniset $conf_file $section signing_dir $QUANTUM_AUTH_CACHE_DIR
# Create cache dir
sudo mkdir -p $QUANTUM_AUTH_CACHE_DIR
sudo chown $STACK_USER $QUANTUM_AUTH_CACHE_DIR
rm -f $QUANTUM_AUTH_CACHE_DIR/*
}
function _quantum_commentout_keystone_authtoken() {
local conf_file=$1
local section=$2
inicomment $conf_file $section auth_host
inicomment $conf_file $section auth_port
inicomment $conf_file $section auth_protocol
inicomment $conf_file $section auth_url
inicomment $conf_file $section admin_tenant_name
inicomment $conf_file $section admin_user
inicomment $conf_file $section admin_password
inicomment $conf_file $section signing_dir
}
function _quantum_setup_interface_driver() {
quantum_plugin_setup_interface_driver $1
}
# Functions for Quantum Exercises
#--------------------------------
function delete_probe() {
local from_net="$1"
net_id=`_get_net_id $from_net`
probe_id=`quantum-debug --os-tenant-name admin --os-username admin --os-password $ADMIN_PASSWORD probe-list -c id -c network_id | grep $net_id | awk '{print $2}'`
quantum-debug --os-tenant-name admin --os-username admin probe-delete $probe_id
}
function setup_quantum_debug() {
if [[ "$Q_USE_DEBUG_COMMAND" == "True" ]]; then
public_net_id=`_get_net_id $PUBLIC_NETWORK_NAME`
quantum-debug --os-tenant-name admin --os-username admin --os-password $ADMIN_PASSWORD probe-create --device-owner compute $public_net_id
private_net_id=`_get_net_id $PRIVATE_NETWORK_NAME`
quantum-debug --os-tenant-name admin --os-username admin --os-password $ADMIN_PASSWORD probe-create --device-owner compute $private_net_id
fi
}
function teardown_quantum_debug() {
delete_probe $PUBLIC_NETWORK_NAME
delete_probe $PRIVATE_NETWORK_NAME
}
function _get_net_id() {
quantum --os-tenant-name admin --os-username admin --os-password $ADMIN_PASSWORD net-list | grep $1 | awk '{print $2}'
}
function _get_probe_cmd_prefix() {
local from_net="$1"
net_id=`_get_net_id $from_net`
probe_id=`quantum-debug --os-tenant-name admin --os-username admin --os-password $ADMIN_PASSWORD probe-list -c id -c network_id | grep $net_id | awk '{print $2}' | head -n 1`
echo "$Q_RR_COMMAND ip netns exec qprobe-$probe_id"
}
function _ping_check_quantum() {
local from_net=$1
local ip=$2
local timeout_sec=$3
local expected=${4:-"True"}
local check_command=""
probe_cmd=`_get_probe_cmd_prefix $from_net`
if [[ "$expected" = "True" ]]; then
check_command="while ! $probe_cmd ping -w 1 -c 1 $ip; do sleep 1; done"
else
check_command="while $probe_cmd ping -w 1 -c 1 $ip; do sleep 1; done"
fi
if ! timeout $timeout_sec sh -c "$check_command"; then
if [[ "$expected" = "True" ]]; then
die $LINENO "[Fail] Couldn't ping server"
else
die $LINENO "[Fail] Could ping server"
fi
fi
}
# ssh check
function _ssh_check_quantum() {
local from_net=$1
local key_file=$2
local ip=$3
local user=$4
local timeout_sec=$5
local probe_cmd = ""
probe_cmd=`_get_probe_cmd_prefix $from_net`
if ! timeout $timeout_sec sh -c "while ! $probe_cmd ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -i $key_file ${user}@$ip echo success ; do sleep 1; done"; then
die $LINENO "server didn't become ssh-able!"
fi
}
# Quantum 3rd party programs
#---------------------------
# please refer to lib/quantum_thirdparty/README.md for details
QUANTUM_THIRD_PARTIES=""
for f in $TOP_DIR/lib/quantum_thirdparty/*; do
third_party=$(basename $f)
if is_service_enabled $third_party; then
source $TOP_DIR/lib/quantum_thirdparty/$third_party
QUANTUM_THIRD_PARTIES="$QUANTUM_THIRD_PARTIES,$third_party"
fi
done
function _quantum_third_party_do() {
for third_party in ${QUANTUM_THIRD_PARTIES//,/ }; do
${1}_${third_party}
done
}
# configure_quantum_third_party() - Set config files, create data dirs, etc
function configure_quantum_third_party() {
_quantum_third_party_do configure
}
# init_quantum_third_party() - Initialize databases, etc.
function init_quantum_third_party() {
_quantum_third_party_do init
}
# install_quantum_third_party() - Collect source and prepare
function install_quantum_third_party() {
_quantum_third_party_do install
}
# start_quantum_third_party() - Start running processes, including screen
function start_quantum_third_party() {
_quantum_third_party_do start
}
# stop_quantum_third_party - Stop running processes (non-screen)
function stop_quantum_third_party() {
_quantum_third_party_do stop
}
# Restore xtrace
$XTRACE
# Local variables:
# mode: shell-script
# End:
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