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#!/bin/bash
#
# functions - DevStack-specific functions
#
# The following variables are assumed to be defined by certain functions:
#
# - ``DATABASE_BACKENDS``
# - ``ENABLED_SERVICES``
# - ``FILES``
# - ``GLANCE_HOSTPORT``
#
# ensure we don't re-source this in the same environment
[[ -z "$_DEVSTACK_FUNCTIONS" ]] || return 0
declare -r -g _DEVSTACK_FUNCTIONS=1
# Include the common functions
FUNC_DIR=$(cd $(dirname "${BASH_SOURCE:-$0}") && pwd)
source ${FUNC_DIR}/functions-common
source ${FUNC_DIR}/inc/ini-config
source ${FUNC_DIR}/inc/python
source ${FUNC_DIR}/inc/rootwrap
# Save trace setting
_XTRACE_FUNCTIONS=$(set +o | grep xtrace)
set +o xtrace
# Check if a function already exists
function function_exists {
declare -f -F $1 > /dev/null
}
# short_source prints out the current location of the caller in a way
# that strips redundant directories. This is useful for PS4 usage.
function short_source {
saveIFS=$IFS
IFS=" "
called=($(caller 0))
IFS=$saveIFS
file=${called[2]}
file=${file#$RC_DIR/}
printf "%-40s " "$file:${called[1]}:${called[0]}"
}
# PS4 is exported to child shells and uses the 'short_source' function, so
# export it so child shells have access to the 'short_source' function also.
export -f short_source
# Retrieve an image from a URL and upload into Glance.
# Uses the following variables:
#
# - ``FILES`` must be set to the cache dir
# - ``GLANCE_HOSTPORT``
#
# upload_image image-url
function upload_image {
local image_url=$1
local image image_fname image_name
# Create a directory for the downloaded image tarballs.
mkdir -p $FILES/images
image_fname=`basename "$image_url"`
if [[ $image_url != file* ]]; then
# Downloads the image (uec ami+akistyle), then extracts it.
if [[ ! -f $FILES/$image_fname || "$(stat -c "%s" $FILES/$image_fname)" = "0" ]]; then
wget --progress=dot:giga -c $image_url -O $FILES/$image_fname
if [[ $? -ne 0 ]]; then
echo "Not found: $image_url"
return
fi
fi
image="$FILES/${image_fname}"
else
# File based URL (RFC 1738): ``file://host/path``
# Remote files are not considered here.
# unix: ``file:///home/user/path/file``
# windows: ``file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/user/path/file``
image=$(echo $image_url | sed "s/^file:\/\///g")
if [[ ! -f $image || "$(stat -c "%s" $image)" == "0" ]]; then
echo "Not found: $image_url"
return
fi
fi
# OpenVZ-format images are provided as .tar.gz, but not decompressed prior to loading
if [[ "$image_url" =~ 'openvz' ]]; then
image_name="${image_fname%.tar.gz}"
openstack --os-cloud=devstack-admin --os-region-name="$REGION_NAME" image create "$image_name" --public --container-format ami --disk-format ami < "${image}"
return
fi
# vmdk format images
if [[ "$image_url" =~ '.vmdk' ]]; then
image_name="${image_fname%.vmdk}"
# Before we can upload vmdk type images to glance, we need to know it's
# disk type, storage adapter, and networking adapter. These values are
# passed to glance as custom properties.
# We take these values from the vmdk file if populated. Otherwise, we use
# vmdk filename, which is expected in the following format:
#
# <name>-<disk type>;<storage adapter>;<network adapter>
#
# If the filename does not follow the above format then the vsphere
# driver will supply default values.
local vmdk_disktype=""
local vmdk_net_adapter="e1000"
local path_len
# vmdk adapter type
local vmdk_adapter_type
vmdk_adapter_type="$(head -25 $image | { grep -a -F -m 1 'ddb.adapterType =' $image || true; })"
vmdk_adapter_type="${vmdk_adapter_type#*\"}"
vmdk_adapter_type="${vmdk_adapter_type%?}"
# vmdk disk type
local vmdk_create_type
vmdk_create_type="$(head -25 $image | { grep -a -F -m 1 'createType=' $image || true; })"
vmdk_create_type="${vmdk_create_type#*\"}"
vmdk_create_type="${vmdk_create_type%\"*}"
descriptor_data_pair_msg="Monolithic flat and VMFS disks "`
`"should use a descriptor-data pair."
if [[ "$vmdk_create_type" = "monolithicSparse" ]]; then
vmdk_disktype="sparse"
elif [[ "$vmdk_create_type" = "monolithicFlat" || "$vmdk_create_type" = "vmfs" ]]; then
# Attempt to retrieve the ``*-flat.vmdk``
local flat_fname
flat_fname="$(head -25 $image | { grep -G 'RW\|RDONLY [0-9]+ FLAT\|VMFS' $image || true; })"
flat_fname="${flat_fname#*\"}"
flat_fname="${flat_fname%?}"
if [[ -z "$flat_fname" ]]; then
flat_fname="$image_name-flat.vmdk"
fi
path_len=`expr ${#image_url} - ${#image_fname}`
local flat_url="${image_url:0:$path_len}$flat_fname"
warn $LINENO "$descriptor_data_pair_msg"`
`" Attempt to retrieve the *-flat.vmdk: $flat_url"
if [[ $flat_url != file* ]]; then
if [[ ! -f $FILES/$flat_fname || \
"$(stat -c "%s" $FILES/$flat_fname)" = "0" ]]; then
wget --progress=dot:giga -c $flat_url -O $FILES/$flat_fname
fi
image="$FILES/${flat_fname}"
else
image=$(echo $flat_url | sed "s/^file:\/\///g")
if [[ ! -f $image || "$(stat -c "%s" $image)" == "0" ]]; then
echo "Flat disk not found: $flat_url"
return 1
fi
fi
image_name="${flat_fname}"
vmdk_disktype="preallocated"
elif [[ "$vmdk_create_type" = "streamOptimized" ]]; then
vmdk_disktype="streamOptimized"
elif [[ -z "$vmdk_create_type" ]]; then
# *-flat.vmdk provided: attempt to retrieve the descriptor (*.vmdk)
# to retrieve appropriate metadata
if [[ ${image_name: -5} != "-flat" ]]; then
warn $LINENO "Expected filename suffix: '-flat'."`
`" Filename provided: ${image_name}"
else
descriptor_fname="${image_name:0:${#image_name} - 5}.vmdk"
path_len=`expr ${#image_url} - ${#image_fname}`
local flat_path="${image_url:0:$path_len}"
local descriptor_url=$flat_path$descriptor_fname
warn $LINENO "$descriptor_data_pair_msg"`
`" Attempt to retrieve the descriptor *.vmdk: $descriptor_url"
if [[ $flat_path != file* ]]; then
if [[ ! -f $FILES/$descriptor_fname || \
"$(stat -c "%s" $FILES/$descriptor_fname)" = "0" ]]; then
wget -c $descriptor_url -O $FILES/$descriptor_fname
fi
descriptor_url="$FILES/$descriptor_fname"
else
descriptor_url=$(echo $descriptor_url | sed "s/^file:\/\///g")
if [[ ! -f $descriptor_url || \
"$(stat -c "%s" $descriptor_url)" == "0" ]]; then
echo "Descriptor not found: $descriptor_url"
return 1
fi
fi
vmdk_adapter_type="$(head -25 $descriptor_url | { grep -a -F -m 1 'ddb.adapterType =' $descriptor_url || true; })"
vmdk_adapter_type="${vmdk_adapter_type#*\"}"
vmdk_adapter_type="${vmdk_adapter_type%?}"
fi
vmdk_disktype="preallocated"
else
vmdk_disktype="preallocated"
fi
# NOTE: For backwards compatibility reasons, colons may be used in place
# of semi-colons for property delimiters but they are not permitted
# characters in NTFS filesystems.
property_string=`echo "$image_name" | { grep -oP '(?<=-)(?!.*-).*[:;].*[:;].*$' || true; }`
IFS=':;' read -a props <<< "$property_string"
vmdk_disktype="${props[0]:-$vmdk_disktype}"
vmdk_adapter_type="${props[1]:-$vmdk_adapter_type}"
vmdk_net_adapter="${props[2]:-$vmdk_net_adapter}"
openstack --os-cloud=devstack-admin --os-region-name="$REGION_NAME" image create "$image_name" --public --container-format bare --disk-format vmdk --property vmware_disktype="$vmdk_disktype" --property vmware_adaptertype="$vmdk_adapter_type" --property hw_vif_model="$vmdk_net_adapter" < "${image}"
return
fi
# XenServer-vhd-ovf-format images are provided as .vhd.tgz
# and should not be decompressed prior to loading
if [[ "$image_url" =~ '.vhd.tgz' ]]; then
image_name="${image_fname%.vhd.tgz}"
local force_vm_mode=""
if [[ "$image_name" =~ 'cirros' ]]; then
# Cirros VHD image currently only boots in PV mode.
# Nova defaults to PV for all VHD images, but
# the glance setting is needed for booting
# directly from volume.
force_vm_mode="--property vm_mode=xen"
fi
openstack \
--os-cloud=devstack-admin --os-region-name="$REGION_NAME" \
image create \
"$image_name" --public \
--container-format=ovf --disk-format=vhd \
$force_vm_mode < "${image}"
return
fi
# .xen-raw.tgz suggests a Xen capable raw image inside a tgz.
# and should not be decompressed prior to loading.
# Setting metadata, so PV mode is used.
if [[ "$image_url" =~ '.xen-raw.tgz' ]]; then
image_name="${image_fname%.xen-raw.tgz}"
openstack \
--os-cloud=devstack-admin --os-region-name="$REGION_NAME" \
image create \
"$image_name" --public \
--container-format=tgz --disk-format=raw \
--property vm_mode=xen < "${image}"
return
fi
if [[ "$image_url" =~ '.hds' ]]; then
image_name="${image_fname%.hds}"
vm_mode=${image_name##*-}
if [[ $vm_mode != 'exe' && $vm_mode != 'hvm' ]]; then
die $LINENO "Unknown vm_mode=${vm_mode} for Virtuozzo image"
fi
openstack \
--os-cloud=devstack-admin --os-region-name="$REGION_NAME" \
image create \
"$image_name" --public \
--container-format=bare --disk-format=ploop \
--property hypervisor_type=vz \
--property vm_mode=$vm_mode < "${image}"
return
fi
local kernel=""
local ramdisk=""
local disk_format=""
local container_format=""
local unpack=""
local img_property=""
case "$image_fname" in
*.tar.gz|*.tgz)
# Extract ami and aki files
[ "${image_fname%.tar.gz}" != "$image_fname" ] &&
image_name="${image_fname%.tar.gz}" ||
image_name="${image_fname%.tgz}"
local xdir="$FILES/images/$image_name"
rm -Rf "$xdir";
mkdir "$xdir"
tar -zxf $image -C "$xdir"
kernel=$(for f in "$xdir/"*-vmlinuz* "$xdir/"aki-*/image; do
[ -f "$f" ] && echo "$f" && break; done; true)
ramdisk=$(for f in "$xdir/"*-initrd* "$xdir/"ari-*/image; do
[ -f "$f" ] && echo "$f" && break; done; true)
image=$(for f in "$xdir/"*.img "$xdir/"ami-*/image; do
[ -f "$f" ] && echo "$f" && break; done; true)
if [[ -z "$image_name" ]]; then
image_name=$(basename "$image" ".img")
fi
;;
*.img)
image_name=$(basename "$image" ".img")
local format
format=$(qemu-img info ${image} | awk '/^file format/ { print $3; exit }')
if [[ ",qcow2,raw,vdi,vmdk,vpc," =~ ",$format," ]]; then
disk_format=$format
else
disk_format=raw
fi
container_format=bare
;;
*.img.gz)
image_name=$(basename "$image" ".img.gz")
disk_format=raw
container_format=bare
unpack=zcat
;;
*.img.bz2)
image_name=$(basename "$image" ".img.bz2")
disk_format=qcow2
container_format=bare
unpack=bunzip2
;;
*.qcow2)
image_name=$(basename "$image" ".qcow2")
disk_format=qcow2
container_format=bare
;;
*.raw)
image_name=$(basename "$image" ".raw")
disk_format=raw
container_format=bare
;;
*.iso)
image_name=$(basename "$image" ".iso")
disk_format=iso
container_format=bare
;;
*.vhd|*.vhdx|*.vhd.gz|*.vhdx.gz)
local extension="${image_fname#*.}"
image_name=$(basename "$image" ".$extension")
disk_format=$(echo $image_fname | grep -oP '(?<=\.)vhdx?(?=\.|$)')
container_format=bare
if [ "${image_fname##*.}" == "gz" ]; then
unpack=zcat
fi
;;
*) echo "Do not know what to do with $image_fname"; false;;
esac
if is_arch "ppc64le" || is_arch "ppc64" || is_arch "ppc"; then
img_property="--property hw_disk_bus=scsi --property hw_scsi_model=virtio-scsi --property hw_cdrom_bus=scsi --property os_command_line=console=hvc0"
fi
if is_arch "aarch64"; then
img_property="--property hw_machine_type=virt --property hw_cdrom_bus=scsi --property hw_scsi_model=virtio-scsi --property os_command_line='console=ttyAMA0'"
fi
if [ "$container_format" = "bare" ]; then
if [ "$unpack" = "zcat" ]; then
openstack --os-cloud=devstack-admin --os-region-name="$REGION_NAME" image create "$image_name" $img_property --public --container-format=$container_format --disk-format $disk_format < <(zcat --force "${image}")
elif [ "$unpack" = "bunzip2" ]; then
openstack --os-cloud=devstack-admin --os-region-name="$REGION_NAME" image create "$image_name" $img_property --public --container-format=$container_format --disk-format $disk_format < <(bunzip2 -cdk "${image}")
else
openstack --os-cloud=devstack-admin --os-region-name="$REGION_NAME" image create "$image_name" $img_property --public --container-format=$container_format --disk-format $disk_format < "${image}"
fi
else
# Use glance client to add the kernel the root filesystem.
# We parse the results of the first upload to get the glance ID of the
# kernel for use when uploading the root filesystem.
local kernel_id="" ramdisk_id="";
if [ -n "$kernel" ]; then
kernel_id=$(openstack --os-cloud=devstack-admin --os-region-name="$REGION_NAME" image create "$image_name-kernel" $img_property --public --container-format aki --disk-format aki < "$kernel" | grep ' id ' | get_field 2)
fi
if [ -n "$ramdisk" ]; then
ramdisk_id=$(openstack --os-cloud=devstack-admin --os-region-name="$REGION_NAME" image create "$image_name-ramdisk" $img_property --public --container-format ari --disk-format ari < "$ramdisk" | grep ' id ' | get_field 2)
fi
openstack --os-cloud=devstack-admin --os-region-name="$REGION_NAME" image create "${image_name%.img}" $img_property --public --container-format ami --disk-format ami ${kernel_id:+--property kernel_id=$kernel_id} ${ramdisk_id:+--property ramdisk_id=$ramdisk_id} < "${image}"
fi
}
# Set the database backend to use
# When called from stackrc/localrc DATABASE_BACKENDS has not been
# initialized yet, just save the configuration selection and call back later
# to validate it.
#
# ``$1`` - the name of the database backend to use (mysql, postgresql, ...)
function use_database {
if [[ -z "$DATABASE_BACKENDS" ]]; then
# No backends registered means this is likely called from ``localrc``
# This is now deprecated usage
DATABASE_TYPE=$1
deprecated "The database backend needs to be properly set in ENABLED_SERVICES; use_database is deprecated localrc"
else
# This should no longer get called...here for posterity
use_exclusive_service DATABASE_BACKENDS DATABASE_TYPE $1
fi
}
#Macro for curl statements. curl requires -g option for literal IPv6 addresses.
CURL_GET="${CURL_GET:-curl -g}"
# Wait for an HTTP server to start answering requests
# wait_for_service timeout url
#
# If the service we want is behind a proxy, the proxy may be available
# before the service. Compliant proxies will return a 503 in this case
# Loop until we get something else.
# Also check for the case where there is no proxy and the service just
# hasn't started yet. curl returns 7 for Failed to connect to host.
function wait_for_service {
local timeout=$1
local url=$2
local rval=0
time_start "wait_for_service"
timeout $timeout bash -x <<EOF || rval=$?
while [[ \$( ${CURL_GET} -k --noproxy '*' -s -o /dev/null -w '%{http_code}' ${url} ) == 503 || \$? -eq 7 ]]; do
sleep 1
done
EOF
time_stop "wait_for_service"
return $rval
}
# ping check
# Uses globals ``ENABLED_SERVICES``, ``TOP_DIR``, ``MULTI_HOST``, ``PRIVATE_NETWORK``
# ping_check <ip> [boot-timeout] [from_net] [expected]
function ping_check {
local ip=$1
local timeout=${2:-30}
local from_net=${3:-""}
local expected=${4:-True}
local op="!"
local failmsg="[Fail] Couldn't ping server"
local ping_cmd="ping"
# if we don't specify a from_net we're expecting things to work
# fine from our local box.
if [[ -n "$from_net" ]]; then
if is_service_enabled neutron; then
ping_cmd="$TOP_DIR/tools/ping_neutron.sh $from_net"
elif [[ "$MULTI_HOST" = "True" && "$from_net" = "$PRIVATE_NETWORK_NAME" ]]; then
# there is no way to address the multihost / private case, bail here for compatibility.
# TODO: remove this cruft and redo code to handle this at the caller level.
return
fi
fi
# inverse the logic if we're testing no connectivity
if [[ "$expected" != "True" ]]; then
op=""
failmsg="[Fail] Could ping server"
fi
# Because we've transformed this command so many times, print it
# out at the end.
local check_command="while $op $ping_cmd -c1 -w1 $ip; do sleep 1; done"
echo "Checking connectivity with $check_command"
if ! timeout $timeout sh -c "$check_command"; then
die $LINENO $failmsg
fi
}
# Get ip of instance
function get_instance_ip {
local vm_id=$1
local network_name=$2
local nova_result
local ip
nova_result="$(nova show $vm_id)"
ip=$(echo "$nova_result" | grep "$network_name" | get_field 2)
if [[ $ip = "" ]];then
echo "$nova_result"
die $LINENO "[Fail] Couldn't get ipaddress of VM"
fi
echo $ip
}
# ssh check
# ssh_check net-name key-file floating-ip default-user active-timeout
function ssh_check {
if is_service_enabled neutron; then
_ssh_check_neutron "$1" $2 $3 $4 $5
return
fi
_ssh_check_novanet "$1" $2 $3 $4 $5
}
function _ssh_check_novanet {
local NET_NAME=$1
local KEY_FILE=$2
local FLOATING_IP=$3
local DEFAULT_INSTANCE_USER=$4
local ACTIVE_TIMEOUT=$5
local probe_cmd=""
if ! timeout $ACTIVE_TIMEOUT sh -c "while ! ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -i $KEY_FILE ${DEFAULT_INSTANCE_USER}@$FLOATING_IP echo success; do sleep 1; done"; then
die $LINENO "server didn't become ssh-able!"
fi
}
# Get the location of the $module-rootwrap executables, where module is cinder
# or nova.
# get_rootwrap_location module
function get_rootwrap_location {
local module=$1
echo "$(get_python_exec_prefix)/$module-rootwrap"
}
# Path permissions sanity check
# check_path_perm_sanity path
function check_path_perm_sanity {
# Ensure no element of the path has 0700 permissions, which is very
# likely to cause issues for daemons. Inspired by default 0700
# homedir permissions on RHEL and common practice of making DEST in
# the stack user's homedir.
local real_path
real_path=$(readlink -f $1)
local rebuilt_path=""
for i in $(echo ${real_path} | tr "/" " "); do
rebuilt_path=$rebuilt_path"/"$i
if [[ $(stat -c '%a' ${rebuilt_path}) = 700 ]]; then
echo "*** DEST path element"
echo "*** ${rebuilt_path}"
echo "*** appears to have 0700 permissions."
echo "*** This is very likely to cause fatal issues for DevStack daemons."
if [[ -n "$SKIP_PATH_SANITY" ]]; then
return
else
echo "*** Set SKIP_PATH_SANITY to skip this check"
die $LINENO "Invalid path permissions"
fi
fi
done
}
# vercmp ver1 op ver2
# Compare VER1 to VER2
# - op is one of < <= == >= >
# - returns true if satisified
# e.g.
# if vercmp 1.0 "<" 2.0; then
# ...
# fi
function vercmp {
local v1=$1
local op=$2
local v2=$3
local result
# sort the two numbers with sort's "-V" argument. Based on if v2
# swapped places with v1, we can determine ordering.
result=$(echo -e "$v1\n$v2" | sort -V | head -1)
case $op in
"==")
[ "$v1" = "$v2" ]
return
;;
">")
[ "$v1" != "$v2" ] && [ "$result" = "$v2" ]
return
;;
"<")
[ "$v1" != "$v2" ] && [ "$result" = "$v1" ]
return
;;
">=")
[ "$result" = "$v2" ]
return
;;
"<=")
[ "$result" = "$v1" ]
return
;;
*)
die $LINENO "unrecognised op: $op"
;;
esac
}
# This sets up defaults we like in devstack for logging for tracking
# down issues, and makes sure everything is done the same between
# projects.
function setup_logging {
local conf_file=$1
local other_cond=${2:-"False"}
if [[ "$USE_SYSTEMD" == "True" ]]; then
setup_systemd_logging $conf_file
elif [ "$LOG_COLOR" == "True" ] && [ "$SYSLOG" == "False" ] && [ "$other_cond" == "False" ]; then
setup_colorized_logging $conf_file
else
setup_standard_logging_identity $conf_file
fi
}
# This function sets log formatting options for colorizing log
# output to stdout. It is meant to be called by lib modules.
# The last two parameters are optional and can be used to specify
# non-default value for project and user format variables.
# Defaults are respectively 'project_name' and 'user_name'
#
# setup_colorized_logging something.conf SOMESECTION
function setup_colorized_logging {
local conf_file=$1
local conf_section="DEFAULT"
local project_var="project_name"
local user_var="user_name"
# Add color to logging output
iniset $conf_file $conf_section logging_context_format_string "%(asctime)s.%(msecs)03d %(color)s%(levelname)s %(name)s [%(request_id)s %("$project_var")s %("$user_var")s%(color)s] %(instance)s%(color)s%(message)s"
iniset $conf_file $conf_section logging_default_format_string "%(asctime)s.%(msecs)03d %(color)s%(levelname)s %(name)s [-%(color)s] %(instance)s%(color)s%(message)s"
iniset $conf_file $conf_section logging_debug_format_suffix "from (pid=%(process)d) %(funcName)s %(pathname)s:%(lineno)d"
iniset $conf_file $conf_section logging_exception_prefix "%(color)s%(asctime)s.%(msecs)03d TRACE %(name)s %(instance)s"
}
function setup_systemd_logging {
local conf_file=$1
local conf_section="DEFAULT"
# NOTE(sdague): this is a nice to have, and means we're using the
# native systemd path, which provides for things like search on
# request-id. However, there may be an eventlet interaction here,
# so going off for now.
USE_JOURNAL=$(trueorfalse False USE_JOURNAL)
local pidstr=""
if [[ "$USE_JOURNAL" == "True" ]]; then
iniset $conf_file $conf_section use_journal "True"
# if we are using the journal directly, our process id is already correct
else
pidstr="(pid=%(process)d) "
fi
iniset $conf_file $conf_section logging_debug_format_suffix "{{${pidstr}%(funcName)s %(pathname)s:%(lineno)d}}"
iniset $conf_file $conf_section logging_context_format_string "%(color)s%(levelname)s %(name)s [%(global_request_id)s %(request_id)s %(project_name)s %(user_name)s%(color)s] %(instance)s%(color)s%(message)s"
iniset $conf_file $conf_section logging_default_format_string "%(color)s%(levelname)s %(name)s [-%(color)s] %(instance)s%(color)s%(message)s"
iniset $conf_file $conf_section logging_exception_prefix "ERROR %(name)s %(instance)s"
}
function setup_standard_logging_identity {
local conf_file=$1
iniset $conf_file DEFAULT logging_user_identity_format "%(project_name)s %(user_name)s"
}
# These functions are provided for basic fall-back functionality for
# projects that include parts of DevStack (Grenade). stack.sh will
# override these with more specific versions for DevStack (with fancy
# spinners, etc). We never override an existing version
if ! function_exists echo_summary; then
function echo_summary {
echo $@
}
fi
if ! function_exists echo_nolog; then
function echo_nolog {
echo $@
}
fi
# create_disk - Create backing disk
function create_disk {
local node_number
local disk_image=${1}
local storage_data_dir=${2}
local loopback_disk_size=${3}
# Create a loopback disk and format it to XFS.
if [[ -e ${disk_image} ]]; then
if egrep -q ${storage_data_dir} /proc/mounts; then
sudo umount ${storage_data_dir}/drives/sdb1
sudo rm -f ${disk_image}
fi
fi
sudo mkdir -p ${storage_data_dir}/drives/images
sudo truncate -s ${loopback_disk_size} ${disk_image}
# Make a fresh XFS filesystem. Use bigger inodes so xattr can fit in
# a single inode. Keeping the default inode size (256) will result in multiple
# inodes being used to store xattr. Retrieving the xattr will be slower
# since we have to read multiple inodes. This statement is true for both
# Swift and Ceph.
sudo mkfs.xfs -f -i size=1024 ${disk_image}
# Mount the disk with mount options to make it as efficient as possible
if ! egrep -q ${storage_data_dir} /proc/mounts; then
sudo mount -t xfs -o loop,noatime,nodiratime,nobarrier,logbufs=8 \
${disk_image} ${storage_data_dir}
fi
}
# set_mtu - Set MTU on a device
function set_mtu {
local dev=$1
local mtu=$2
sudo ip link set mtu $mtu dev $dev
}
# running_in_container - Returns true otherwise false
function running_in_container {
[[ $(systemd-detect-virt --container) != 'none' ]]
}
# enable_kernel_bridge_firewall - Enable kernel support for bridge firewalling
function enable_kernel_bridge_firewall {
# Load bridge module. This module provides access to firewall for bridged
# frames; and also on older kernels (pre-3.18) it provides sysctl knobs to
# enable/disable bridge firewalling
sudo modprobe bridge
# For newer kernels (3.18+), those sysctl settings are split into a separate
# kernel module (br_netfilter). Load it too, if present.
sudo modprobe br_netfilter 2>> /dev/null || :
# Enable bridge firewalling in case it's disabled in kernel (upstream
# default is enabled, but some distributions may decide to change it).
# This is at least needed for RHEL 7.2 and earlier releases.
for proto in ip ip6; do
sudo sysctl -w net.bridge.bridge-nf-call-${proto}tables=1
done
}
# Set a systemd system override
#
# This sets a system-side override in system.conf. A per-service
# override would be /etc/systemd/system/${service}.service/override.conf
function set_systemd_override {
local key="$1"
local value="$2"
local sysconf="/etc/systemd/system.conf"
iniset -sudo "${sysconf}" "Manager" "$key" "$value"
echo "Set systemd system override for ${key}=${value}"
sudo systemctl daemon-reload
}
# Get a random port from the local port range
#
# This function returns an available port in the local port range. The search
# order is not truly random, but should be considered a random value by the
# user because it depends on the state of your local system.
function get_random_port {
read lower_port upper_port < /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_local_port_range
while true; do
for (( port = upper_port ; port >= lower_port ; port-- )); do
sudo lsof -i ":$port" &> /dev/null
if [[ $? > 0 ]] ; then
break 2
fi
done
done
echo $port
}
# Save some state information
#
# Write out various useful state information to /etc/devstack-version
function write_devstack_version {
cat - > /tmp/devstack-version <<EOF
DevStack Version: ${DEVSTACK_SERIES}
Change: $(git log --format="%H %s %ci" -1)
OS Version: ${os_VENDOR} ${os_RELEASE} ${os_CODENAME}
EOF
sudo install -m 644 /tmp/devstack-version /etc/devstack-version
rm /tmp/devstack-version
}
# Restore xtrace
$_XTRACE_FUNCTIONS
# Local variables:
# mode: shell-script
# End: