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#!/bin/bash
#
# stackrc
#
# ensure we don't re-source this in the same environment
[[ -z "$_DEVSTACK_STACKRC" ]] || return 0
declare -r _DEVSTACK_STACKRC=1
# Sanitize language settings to avoid commands bailing out
# with "unsupported locale setting" errors.
unset LANG
unset LANGUAGE
LC_ALL=C
export LC_ALL
# Find the other rc files
RC_DIR=$(cd $(dirname "${BASH_SOURCE:-$0}") && pwd)
# Source required DevStack functions and globals
source $RC_DIR/functions
# Destination path for installation
DEST=/opt/stack
# Destination for working data
DATA_DIR=${DEST}/data
# Destination for status files
SERVICE_DIR=${DEST}/status
# Path for subunit output file
SUBUNIT_OUTPUT=${DEST}/devstack.subunit
# Determine stack user
if [[ $EUID -eq 0 ]]; then
STACK_USER=stack
else
STACK_USER=$(whoami)
fi
# Specify region name Region
REGION_NAME=${REGION_NAME:-RegionOne}
# Specify name of region where identity service endpoint is registered.
# When deploying multiple DevStack instances in different regions with shared
# Keystone, set KEYSTONE_REGION_NAME to the region where Keystone is running
# for DevStack instances which do not host Keystone.
KEYSTONE_REGION_NAME=${KEYSTONE_REGION_NAME:-$REGION_NAME}
# Specify which services to launch. These generally correspond to
# screen tabs. To change the default list, use the ``enable_service`` and
# ``disable_service`` functions in ``local.conf``.
# For example, to enable Swift add this to ``local.conf``:
# enable_service s-proxy s-object s-container s-account
# In order to enable Neutron (a single node setup) add the following
# settings in ``local.conf``:
# [[local|localrc]]
# disable_service n-net
# enable_service q-svc
# enable_service q-agt
# enable_service q-dhcp
# enable_service q-l3
# enable_service q-meta
# # Optional, to enable tempest configuration as part of DevStack
# enable_service tempest
# This allows us to pass ``ENABLED_SERVICES``
if ! isset ENABLED_SERVICES ; then
# Keystone - nothing works without keystone
ENABLED_SERVICES=key
# Nova - services to support libvirt based openstack clouds
ENABLED_SERVICES+=,n-api,n-cpu,n-net,n-cond,n-sch,n-novnc,n-cauth
# Glance services needed for Nova
ENABLED_SERVICES+=,g-api,g-reg
# Cinder
ENABLED_SERVICES+=,c-sch,c-api,c-vol
# Dashboard
ENABLED_SERVICES+=,horizon
# Additional services
ENABLED_SERVICES+=,rabbit,tempest,mysql,dstat
fi
# Global toggle for enabling services under mod_wsgi. If this is set to
# ``True`` all services that use HTTPD + mod_wsgi as the preferred method of
# deployment, will be deployed under Apache. If this is set to ``False`` all
# services will rely on the local toggle variable (e.g. ``KEYSTONE_USE_MOD_WSGI``)
ENABLE_HTTPD_MOD_WSGI_SERVICES=True
# Set the default Nova APIs to enable
NOVA_ENABLED_APIS=osapi_compute,metadata
# Set the root URL for Horizon
HORIZON_APACHE_ROOT="/dashboard"
# Whether to use 'dev mode' for screen windows. Dev mode works by
# stuffing text into the screen windows so that a developer can use
# ctrl-c, up-arrow, enter to restart the service. Starting services
# this way is slightly unreliable, and a bit slower, so this can
# be disabled for automated testing by setting this value to False.
USE_SCREEN=$(trueorfalse True USE_SCREEN)
# When using screen, should we keep a log file on disk? You might
# want this False if you have a long-running setup where verbose logs
# can fill-up the host.
# XXX: Ideally screen itself would be configured to log but just not
# activate. This isn't possible with the screerc syntax. Temporary
# logging can still be used by a developer with:
# C-a : logfile foo
# C-a : log on
SCREEN_IS_LOGGING=$(trueorfalse True SCREEN_IS_LOGGING)
# Passwords generated by interactive devstack runs
if [[ -r $RC_DIR/.localrc.password ]]; then
source $RC_DIR/.localrc.password
fi
# Control whether Python 3 should be used.
export USE_PYTHON3=${USE_PYTHON3:-False}
# When Python 3 is supported by an application, adding the specific
# version of Python 3 to this variable will install the app using that
# version of the interpreter instead of 2.7.
export PYTHON3_VERSION=${PYTHON3_VERSION:-3.4}
# Just to be more explicit on the Python 2 version to use.
export PYTHON2_VERSION=${PYTHON2_VERSION:-2.7}
# allow local overrides of env variables, including repo config
if [[ -f $RC_DIR/localrc ]]; then
# Old-style user-supplied config
source $RC_DIR/localrc
elif [[ -f $RC_DIR/.localrc.auto ]]; then
# New-style user-supplied config extracted from local.conf
source $RC_DIR/.localrc.auto
fi
# Default for log coloring is based on interactive-or-not.
# Baseline assumption is that non-interactive invocations are for CI,
# where logs are to be presented as browsable text files; hence color
# codes should be omitted.
# Simply override LOG_COLOR if your environment is different.
if [ -t 1 ]; then
_LOG_COLOR_DEFAULT=True
else
_LOG_COLOR_DEFAULT=False
fi
# Use color for logging output (only available if syslog is not used)
LOG_COLOR=$(trueorfalse $_LOG_COLOR_DEFAULT LOG_COLOR)
# Make tracing more educational
if [[ "$LOG_COLOR" == "True" ]]; then
# tput requires TERM or -T. If neither is present, use vt100, a
# no-frills least common denominator supported everywhere.
TPUT_T=
if ! [ $TERM ]; then
TPUT_T='-T vt100'
fi
export PS4='+\[$(tput '$TPUT_T' setaf 242)\]$(short_source)\[$(tput '$TPUT_T' sgr0)\] '
else
export PS4='+ $(short_source): '
fi
# Configure Identity API version: 2.0, 3
IDENTITY_API_VERSION=${IDENTITY_API_VERSION:-2.0}
# Set the option ENABLE_IDENTITY_V2 to True. It defines whether the DevStack
# deployment will be deploying the Identity v2 pipelines. If this option is set
# to ``False``, DevStack will: i) disable Identity v2; ii) configure Tempest to
# skip Identity v2 specific tests; and iii) configure Horizon to use Identity
# v3. When this option is set to ``False``, the option IDENTITY_API_VERSION
# will to be set to ``3`` in order to make DevStack register the Identity
# endpoint as v3. This flag is experimental and will be used as basis to
# identify the projects which still have issues to operate with Identity v3.
ENABLE_IDENTITY_V2=$(trueorfalse True ENABLE_IDENTITY_V2)
if [ "$ENABLE_IDENTITY_V2" == "False" ]; then
IDENTITY_API_VERSION=3
fi
# Enable use of Python virtual environments. Individual project use of
# venvs are controlled by the PROJECT_VENV array; every project with
# an entry in the array will be installed into the named venv.
# By default this will put each project into its own venv.
USE_VENV=$(trueorfalse False USE_VENV)
# Add packages that need to be installed into a venv but are not in any
# requirmenets files here, in a comma-separated list
ADDITIONAL_VENV_PACKAGES=${ADITIONAL_VENV_PACKAGES:-""}
# This can be used to turn database query logging on and off
# (currently only implemented for MySQL backend)
DATABASE_QUERY_LOGGING=$(trueorfalse False DATABASE_QUERY_LOGGING)
# Set a timeout for git operations. If git is still running when the
# timeout expires, the command will be retried up to 3 times. This is
# in the format for timeout(1);
#
# DURATION is a floating point number with an optional suffix: 's'
# for seconds (the default), 'm' for minutes, 'h' for hours or 'd'
# for days.
#
# Zero disables timeouts
GIT_TIMEOUT=${GIT_TIMEOUT:-0}
# Repositories
# ------------
# Base GIT Repo URL
# Another option is https://git.openstack.org
GIT_BASE=${GIT_BASE:-git://git.openstack.org}
# The location of REQUIREMENTS once cloned
REQUIREMENTS_DIR=$DEST/requirements
# Which libraries should we install from git instead of using released
# versions on pypi?
#
# By default DevStack is now installing libraries from pypi instead of
# from git repositories by default. This works great if you are
# developing server components, but if you want to develop libraries
# and see them live in DevStack you need to tell DevStack it should
# install them from git.
#
# ex: LIBS_FROM_GIT=python-keystoneclient,oslo.config
#
# Will install those 2 libraries from git, the rest from pypi.
#
# Setting the variable to 'ALL' will activate the download for all
# libraries.
##############
#
# OpenStack Server Components
#
##############
# block storage service
CINDER_REPO=${CINDER_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/cinder.git}
CINDER_BRANCH=${CINDER_BRANCH:-master}
# image catalog service
GLANCE_REPO=${GLANCE_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/glance.git}
GLANCE_BRANCH=${GLANCE_BRANCH:-master}
# heat service
HEAT_REPO=${HEAT_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/heat.git}
HEAT_BRANCH=${HEAT_BRANCH:-master}
# django powered web control panel for openstack
HORIZON_REPO=${HORIZON_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/horizon.git}
HORIZON_BRANCH=${HORIZON_BRANCH:-master}
# unified auth system (manages accounts/tokens)
KEYSTONE_REPO=${KEYSTONE_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/keystone.git}
KEYSTONE_BRANCH=${KEYSTONE_BRANCH:-master}
# neutron service
NEUTRON_REPO=${NEUTRON_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/neutron.git}
NEUTRON_BRANCH=${NEUTRON_BRANCH:-master}
# neutron fwaas service
NEUTRON_FWAAS_REPO=${NEUTRON_FWAAS_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/neutron-fwaas.git}
NEUTRON_FWAAS_BRANCH=${NEUTRON_FWAAS_BRANCH:-master}
# neutron lbaas service
NEUTRON_LBAAS_REPO=${NEUTRON_LBAAS_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/neutron-lbaas.git}
NEUTRON_LBAAS_BRANCH=${NEUTRON_LBAAS_BRANCH:-master}
# compute service
NOVA_REPO=${NOVA_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/nova.git}
NOVA_BRANCH=${NOVA_BRANCH:-master}
# object storage service
SWIFT_REPO=${SWIFT_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/swift.git}
SWIFT_BRANCH=${SWIFT_BRANCH:-master}
##############
#
# Testing Components
#
##############
# consolidated openstack requirements
REQUIREMENTS_REPO=${REQUIREMENTS_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/requirements.git}
REQUIREMENTS_BRANCH=${REQUIREMENTS_BRANCH:-master}
# Tempest test suite
TEMPEST_REPO=${TEMPEST_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/tempest.git}
TEMPEST_BRANCH=${TEMPEST_BRANCH:-master}
##############
#
# OpenStack Client Library Components
# Note default install is from pip, see LIBS_FROM_GIT
#
##############
# volume client
GITREPO["python-cinderclient"]=${CINDERCLIENT_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/python-cinderclient.git}
GITBRANCH["python-cinderclient"]=${CINDERCLIENT_BRANCH:-master}
# os-brick client for local volume attachement
GITREPO["python-brick-cinderclient-ext"]=${BRICK_CINDERCLIENT_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/python-brick-cinderclient-ext.git}
GITBRANCH["python-brick-cinderclient-ext"]=${BRICK_CINDERCLIENT_BRANCH:-master}
# python glance client library
GITREPO["python-glanceclient"]=${GLANCECLIENT_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/python-glanceclient.git}
GITBRANCH["python-glanceclient"]=${GLANCECLIENT_BRANCH:-master}
# python heat client library
GITREPO["python-heatclient"]=${HEATCLIENT_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/python-heatclient.git}
GITBRANCH["python-heatclient"]=${HEATCLIENT_BRANCH:-master}
# ironic client
GITREPO["python-ironicclient"]=${IRONICCLIENT_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/python-ironicclient.git}
GITBRANCH["python-ironicclient"]=${IRONICCLIENT_BRANCH:-master}
# ironic plugin is out of tree, but nova uses it. set GITDIR here.
GITDIR["python-ironicclient"]=$DEST/python-ironicclient
# the base authentication plugins that clients use to authenticate
GITREPO["keystoneauth"]=${KEYSTONEAUTH_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/keystoneauth.git}
GITBRANCH["keystoneauth"]=${KEYSTONEAUTH_BRANCH:-master}
# python keystone client library to nova that horizon uses
GITREPO["python-keystoneclient"]=${KEYSTONECLIENT_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/python-keystoneclient.git}
GITBRANCH["python-keystoneclient"]=${KEYSTONECLIENT_BRANCH:-master}
# neutron client
GITREPO["python-neutronclient"]=${NEUTRONCLIENT_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/python-neutronclient.git}
GITBRANCH["python-neutronclient"]=${NEUTRONCLIENT_BRANCH:-master}
# python client library to nova that horizon (and others) use
GITREPO["python-novaclient"]=${NOVACLIENT_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/python-novaclient.git}
GITBRANCH["python-novaclient"]=${NOVACLIENT_BRANCH:-master}
# python swift client library
GITREPO["python-swiftclient"]=${SWIFTCLIENT_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/python-swiftclient.git}
GITBRANCH["python-swiftclient"]=${SWIFTCLIENT_BRANCH:-master}
# consolidated openstack python client
GITREPO["python-openstackclient"]=${OPENSTACKCLIENT_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/python-openstackclient.git}
GITBRANCH["python-openstackclient"]=${OPENSTACKCLIENT_BRANCH:-master}
# this doesn't exist in a lib file, so set it here
GITDIR["python-openstackclient"]=$DEST/python-openstackclient
###################
#
# Oslo Libraries
# Note default install is from pip, see LIBS_FROM_GIT
#
###################
# cliff command line framework
GITREPO["cliff"]=${CLIFF_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/cliff.git}
GITBRANCH["cliff"]=${CLIFF_BRANCH:-master}
# async framework/helpers
GITREPO["futurist"]=${FUTURIST_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/futurist.git}
GITBRANCH["futurist"]=${FUTURIST_BRANCH:-master}
# debtcollector deprecation framework/helpers
GITREPO["debtcollector"]=${DEBTCOLLECTOR_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/debtcollector.git}
GITBRANCH["debtcollector"]=${DEBTCOLLECTOR_BRANCH:-master}
# helpful state machines
GITREPO["automaton"]=${AUTOMATON_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/automaton.git}
GITBRANCH["automaton"]=${AUTOMATON_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.cache
GITREPO["oslo.cache"]=${OSLOCACHE_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.cache.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.cache"]=${OSLOCACHE_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.concurrency
GITREPO["oslo.concurrency"]=${OSLOCON_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.concurrency.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.concurrency"]=${OSLOCON_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.config
GITREPO["oslo.config"]=${OSLOCFG_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.config.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.config"]=${OSLOCFG_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.context
GITREPO["oslo.context"]=${OSLOCTX_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.context.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.context"]=${OSLOCTX_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.db
GITREPO["oslo.db"]=${OSLODB_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.db.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.db"]=${OSLODB_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.i18n
GITREPO["oslo.i18n"]=${OSLOI18N_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.i18n.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.i18n"]=${OSLOI18N_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.log
GITREPO["oslo.log"]=${OSLOLOG_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.log.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.log"]=${OSLOLOG_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.messaging
GITREPO["oslo.messaging"]=${OSLOMSG_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.messaging.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.messaging"]=${OSLOMSG_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.middleware
GITREPO["oslo.middleware"]=${OSLOMID_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.middleware.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.middleware"]=${OSLOMID_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.policy
GITREPO["oslo.policy"]=${OSLOPOLICY_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.policy.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.policy"]=${OSLOPOLICY_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.privsep
GITREPO["oslo.privsep"]=${OSLOPRIVSEP_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.privsep.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.privsep"]=${OSLOPRIVSEP_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.reports
GITREPO["oslo.reports"]=${OSLOREPORTS_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.reports.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.reports"]=${OSLOREPORTS_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.rootwrap
GITREPO["oslo.rootwrap"]=${OSLORWRAP_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.rootwrap.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.rootwrap"]=${OSLORWRAP_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.serialization
GITREPO["oslo.serialization"]=${OSLOSERIALIZATION_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.serialization.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.serialization"]=${OSLOSERIALIZATION_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.service
GITREPO["oslo.service"]=${OSLOSERVICE_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.service.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.service"]=${OSLOSERVICE_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.utils
GITREPO["oslo.utils"]=${OSLOUTILS_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.utils.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.utils"]=${OSLOUTILS_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.versionedobjects
GITREPO["oslo.versionedobjects"]=${OSLOVERSIONEDOBJECTS_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.versionedobjects.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.versionedobjects"]=${OSLOVERSIONEDOBJECTS_BRANCH:-master}
# oslo.vmware
GITREPO["oslo.vmware"]=${OSLOVMWARE_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/oslo.vmware.git}
GITBRANCH["oslo.vmware"]=${OSLOVMWARE_BRANCH:-master}
# osprofiler
GITREPO["osprofiler"]=${OSPROFILER_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/osprofiler.git}
GITBRANCH["osprofiler"]=${OSPROFILER_BRANCH:-master}
# pycadf auditing library
GITREPO["pycadf"]=${PYCADF_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/pycadf.git}
GITBRANCH["pycadf"]=${PYCADF_BRANCH:-master}
# stevedore plugin manager
GITREPO["stevedore"]=${STEVEDORE_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/stevedore.git}
GITBRANCH["stevedore"]=${STEVEDORE_BRANCH:-master}
# taskflow plugin manager
GITREPO["taskflow"]=${TASKFLOW_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/taskflow.git}
GITBRANCH["taskflow"]=${TASKFLOW_BRANCH:-master}
# tooz plugin manager
GITREPO["tooz"]=${TOOZ_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/tooz.git}
GITBRANCH["tooz"]=${TOOZ_BRANCH:-master}
# pbr drives the setuptools configs
GITREPO["pbr"]=${PBR_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack-dev/pbr.git}
GITBRANCH["pbr"]=${PBR_BRANCH:-master}
##################
#
# Libraries managed by OpenStack programs (non oslo)
#
##################
# glance store library
GITREPO["glance_store"]=${GLANCE_STORE_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/glance_store.git}
GITBRANCH["glance_store"]=${GLANCE_STORE_BRANCH:-master}
# heat-cfntools server agent
HEAT_CFNTOOLS_REPO=${HEAT_CFNTOOLS_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/heat-cfntools.git}
HEAT_CFNTOOLS_BRANCH=${HEAT_CFNTOOLS_BRANCH:-master}
# heat example templates and elements
HEAT_TEMPLATES_REPO=${HEAT_TEMPLATES_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/heat-templates.git}
HEAT_TEMPLATES_BRANCH=${HEAT_TEMPLATES_BRANCH:-master}
# django openstack_auth library
GITREPO["django_openstack_auth"]=${HORIZONAUTH_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/django_openstack_auth.git}
GITBRANCH["django_openstack_auth"]=${HORIZONAUTH_BRANCH:-master}
# keystone middleware
GITREPO["keystonemiddleware"]=${KEYSTONEMIDDLEWARE_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/keystonemiddleware.git}
GITBRANCH["keystonemiddleware"]=${KEYSTONEMIDDLEWARE_BRANCH:-master}
# s3 support for swift
SWIFT3_REPO=${SWIFT3_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/swift3.git}
SWIFT3_BRANCH=${SWIFT3_BRANCH:-master}
# ceilometer middleware
GITREPO["ceilometermiddleware"]=${CEILOMETERMIDDLEWARE_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/ceilometermiddleware.git}
GITBRANCH["ceilometermiddleware"]=${CEILOMETERMIDDLEWARE_BRANCH:-master}
GITDIR["ceilometermiddleware"]=$DEST/ceilometermiddleware
# os-brick library to manage local volume attaches
GITREPO["os-brick"]=${OS_BRICK_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/os-brick.git}
GITBRANCH["os-brick"]=${OS_BRICK_BRANCH:-master}
# os-vif library to communicate between Neutron to Nova
GITREPO["os-vif"]=${OS_VIF_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/os-vif.git}
GITBRANCH["os-vif"]=${OS_VIF_BRANCH:-master}
# ironic common lib
GITREPO["ironic-lib"]=${IRONIC_LIB_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/ironic-lib.git}
GITBRANCH["ironic-lib"]=${IRONIC_LIB_BRANCH:-master}
# this doesn't exist in a lib file, so set it here
GITDIR["ironic-lib"]=$DEST/ironic-lib
# diskimage-builder tool
GITREPO["diskimage-builder"]=${DIB_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/diskimage-builder.git}
GITBRANCH["diskimage-builder"]=${DIB_BRANCH:-master}
GITDIR["diskimage-builder"]=$DEST/diskimage-builder
# neutron-lib library containing neutron stable non-REST interfaces
GITREPO["neutron-lib"]=${NEUTRON_LIB_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/neutron-lib.git}
GITBRANCH["neutron-lib"]=${NEUTRON_LIB_BRANCH:-master}
GITDIR["neutron-lib"]=$DEST/neutron-lib
##################
#
# TripleO / Heat Agent Components
#
##################
# run-parts script required by os-refresh-config
DIB_UTILS_REPO=${DIB_UTILS_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/dib-utils.git}
DIB_UTILS_BRANCH=${DIB_UTILS_BRANCH:-master}
# os-apply-config configuration template tool
OAC_REPO=${OAC_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/os-apply-config.git}
OAC_BRANCH=${OAC_BRANCH:-master}
# os-collect-config configuration agent
OCC_REPO=${OCC_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/os-collect-config.git}
OCC_BRANCH=${OCC_BRANCH:-master}
# os-refresh-config configuration run-parts tool
ORC_REPO=${ORC_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/os-refresh-config.git}
ORC_BRANCH=${ORC_BRANCH:-master}
#################
#
# 3rd Party Components (non pip installable)
#
# NOTE(sdague): these should be converted to release version installs or removed
#
#################
# ironic python agent
IRONIC_PYTHON_AGENT_REPO=${IRONIC_PYTHON_AGENT_REPO:-${GIT_BASE}/openstack/ironic-python-agent.git}
IRONIC_PYTHON_AGENT_BRANCH=${IRONIC_PYTHON_AGENT_BRANCH:-master}
# a websockets/html5 or flash powered VNC console for vm instances
NOVNC_REPO=${NOVNC_REPO:-https://github.com/kanaka/noVNC.git}
NOVNC_BRANCH=${NOVNC_BRANCH:-master}
# a websockets/html5 or flash powered SPICE console for vm instances
SPICE_REPO=${SPICE_REPO:-http://anongit.freedesktop.org/git/spice/spice-html5.git}
SPICE_BRANCH=${SPICE_BRANCH:-master}
# Nova hypervisor configuration. We default to libvirt with **kvm** but will
# drop back to **qemu** if we are unable to load the kvm module. ``stack.sh`` can
# also install an **LXC**, **OpenVZ** or **XenAPI** based system. If xenserver-core
# is installed, the default will be XenAPI
DEFAULT_VIRT_DRIVER=libvirt
is_package_installed xenserver-core && DEFAULT_VIRT_DRIVER=xenserver
VIRT_DRIVER=${VIRT_DRIVER:-$DEFAULT_VIRT_DRIVER}
case "$VIRT_DRIVER" in
ironic|libvirt)
LIBVIRT_TYPE=${LIBVIRT_TYPE:-kvm}
if [[ "$os_VENDOR" =~ (Debian) ]]; then
LIBVIRT_GROUP=libvirt
else
LIBVIRT_GROUP=libvirtd
fi
;;
fake)
NUMBER_FAKE_NOVA_COMPUTE=${NUMBER_FAKE_NOVA_COMPUTE:-1}
;;
xenserver)
# Xen config common to nova and neutron
XENAPI_USER=${XENAPI_USER:-"root"}
# This user will be used for dom0 - domU communication
# should be able to log in to dom0 without a password
# will be used to install the plugins
DOMZERO_USER=${DOMZERO_USER:-"domzero"}
;;
*)
;;
esac
# Images
# ------
# Specify a comma-separated list of images to download and install into glance.
# Supported urls here are:
# * "uec-style" images:
# If the file ends in .tar.gz, uncompress the tarball and and select the first
# .img file inside it as the image. If present, use "*-vmlinuz*" as the kernel
# and "*-initrd*" as the ramdisk
# example: http://cloud-images.ubuntu.com/releases/precise/release/ubuntu-12.04-server-cloudimg-amd64.tar.gz
# * disk image (*.img,*.img.gz)
# if file ends in .img, then it will be uploaded and registered as a to
# glance as a disk image. If it ends in .gz, it is uncompressed first.
# example:
# http://cloud-images.ubuntu.com/releases/precise/release/ubuntu-12.04-server-cloudimg-armel-disk1.img
# http://download.cirros-cloud.net/${CIRROS_VERSION}/cirros-${CIRROS_VERSION}-${CIRROS_ARCH}-rootfs.img.gz
# * OpenVZ image:
# OpenVZ uses its own format of image, and does not support UEC style images
#IMAGE_URLS="http://smoser.brickies.net/ubuntu/ttylinux-uec/ttylinux-uec-amd64-11.2_2.6.35-15_1.tar.gz" # old ttylinux-uec image
#IMAGE_URLS="http://download.cirros-cloud.net/${CIRROS_VERSION}/cirros-${CIRROS_VERSION}-${CIRROS_ARCH}-disk.img" # cirros full disk image
CIRROS_VERSION=${CIRROS_VERSION:-"0.3.4"}
CIRROS_ARCH=${CIRROS_ARCH:-"x86_64"}
# Set default image based on ``VIRT_DRIVER`` and ``LIBVIRT_TYPE``, either of
# which may be set in ``local.conf``. Also allow ``DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME`` and
# ``IMAGE_URLS`` to be set in the `localrc` section of ``local.conf``.
DOWNLOAD_DEFAULT_IMAGES=$(trueorfalse True DOWNLOAD_DEFAULT_IMAGES)
if [[ "$DOWNLOAD_DEFAULT_IMAGES" == "True" ]]; then
if [[ -n "$IMAGE_URLS" ]]; then
IMAGE_URLS+=","
fi
case "$VIRT_DRIVER" in
openvz)
DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME=${DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME:-ubuntu-12.04-x86_64}
IMAGE_URLS+="http://download.openvz.org/template/precreated/ubuntu-12.04-x86_64.tar.gz";;
libvirt)
case "$LIBVIRT_TYPE" in
lxc) # the cirros root disk in the uec tarball is empty, so it will not work for lxc
DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME=${DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME:-cirros-${CIRROS_VERSION}-${CIRROS_ARCH}-rootfs}
IMAGE_URLS+="http://download.cirros-cloud.net/${CIRROS_VERSION}/cirros-${CIRROS_VERSION}-${CIRROS_ARCH}-rootfs.img.gz";;
*) # otherwise, use the uec style image (with kernel, ramdisk, disk)
DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME=${DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME:-cirros-${CIRROS_VERSION}-${CIRROS_ARCH}-uec}
IMAGE_URLS+="http://download.cirros-cloud.net/${CIRROS_VERSION}/cirros-${CIRROS_VERSION}-${CIRROS_ARCH}-uec.tar.gz";;
esac
;;
vsphere)
DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME=${DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME:-cirros-0.3.2-i386-disk.vmdk}
IMAGE_URLS+="http://partnerweb.vmware.com/programs/vmdkimage/cirros-0.3.2-i386-disk.vmdk";;
xenserver)
DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME=${DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME:-cirros-0.3.4-x86_64-disk}
IMAGE_URLS+="http://ca.downloads.xensource.com/OpenStack/cirros-0.3.4-x86_64-disk.vhd.tgz"
IMAGE_URLS+=",http://download.cirros-cloud.net/${CIRROS_VERSION}/cirros-${CIRROS_VERSION}-x86_64-uec.tar.gz";;
ironic)
# Ironic can do both partition and full disk images, depending on the driver
if [[ -z "${IRONIC_DEPLOY_DRIVER%%agent*}" ]]; then
DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME=${DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME:-cirros-${CIRROS_VERSION}-x86_64-disk}
else
DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME=${DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME:-cirros-${CIRROS_VERSION}-x86_64-uec}
fi
IMAGE_URLS+="http://download.cirros-cloud.net/${CIRROS_VERSION}/cirros-${CIRROS_VERSION}-x86_64-uec.tar.gz"
IMAGE_URLS+=",http://download.cirros-cloud.net/${CIRROS_VERSION}/cirros-${CIRROS_VERSION}-x86_64-disk.img";;
*) # Default to Cirros with kernel, ramdisk and disk image
DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME=${DEFAULT_IMAGE_NAME:-cirros-${CIRROS_VERSION}-${CIRROS_ARCH}-uec}
IMAGE_URLS+="http://download.cirros-cloud.net/${CIRROS_VERSION}/cirros-${CIRROS_VERSION}-${CIRROS_ARCH}-uec.tar.gz";;
esac
DOWNLOAD_DEFAULT_IMAGES=False
fi
# Staging area for new images. These images are cached by a run of
# ./tools/image_list.sh during CI image build (see
# project-config:nodepool/elements/cache-devstack/extra-data.d/55-cache-devstack-repos).
#
# To avoid CI failures grabbing the images, new images should be here
# for at least 24hrs (nodepool builds images at 14:00UTC) so the they
# are in the cache.
PRECACHE_IMAGES=$(trueorfalse False PRECACHE_IMAGES)
if [[ "$PRECACHE_IMAGES" == "True" ]]; then
# required for trove devstack tests; see
# git.openstack.org/cgit/openstack/trove/tree/devstack/plugin.sh
IMAGE_URL="http://tarballs.openstack.org/trove/images/ubuntu/mysql.qcow2"
if ! [[ "$IMAGE_URLS" =~ "$IMAGE_URL" ]]; then
IMAGE_URLS+=",$IMAGE_URL"
fi
fi
# Detect duplicate values in IMAGE_URLS
for image_url in ${IMAGE_URLS//,/ }; do
if [ $(echo "$IMAGE_URLS" | grep -o -F "$image_url" | wc -l) -gt 1 ]; then
die $LINENO "$image_url is duplicate, please remove it from IMAGE_URLS."
fi
done
# 10Gb default volume backing file size
VOLUME_BACKING_FILE_SIZE=${VOLUME_BACKING_FILE_SIZE:-10250M}
# Prefixes for volume and instance names
VOLUME_NAME_PREFIX=${VOLUME_NAME_PREFIX:-volume-}
INSTANCE_NAME_PREFIX=${INSTANCE_NAME_PREFIX:-instance-}
# Set default port for nova-objectstore
S3_SERVICE_PORT=${S3_SERVICE_PORT:-3333}
# Common network names
PRIVATE_NETWORK_NAME=${PRIVATE_NETWORK_NAME:-"private"}
PUBLIC_NETWORK_NAME=${PUBLIC_NETWORK_NAME:-"public"}
# Set default screen name
SCREEN_NAME=${SCREEN_NAME:-stack}
# Allow the use of an alternate protocol (such as https) for service endpoints
SERVICE_PROTOCOL=${SERVICE_PROTOCOL:-http}
# Sets the maximum number of workers for most services to reduce
# the memory used where there are a large number of CPUs present
# (the default number of workers for many services is the number of CPUs)
# Also sets the minimum number of workers to 2.
if [[ "$VIRT_DRIVER" = 'fake' ]]; then
# we need more workers for the large ops job
API_WORKERS=${API_WORKERS:=$(( ($(nproc)/2)<2 ? 2 : ($(nproc)/2) ))}
else
API_WORKERS=${API_WORKERS:=$(( ($(nproc)/4)<2 ? 2 : ($(nproc)/4) ))}
fi
# Service startup timeout
SERVICE_TIMEOUT=${SERVICE_TIMEOUT:-60}
# Service graceful shutdown timeout
SERVICE_GRACEFUL_SHUTDOWN_TIMEOUT=${SERVICE_GRACEFUL_SHUTDOWN_TIMEOUT:-5}
# Support alternative yum -- in future Fedora 'dnf' will become the
# only supported installer, but for now 'yum' and 'dnf' are both
# available in parallel with compatible CLIs. Allow manual switching
# till we get to the point we need to handle this automatically
YUM=${YUM:-yum}
# Common Configuration
# --------------------
# Set ``OFFLINE`` to ``True`` to configure ``stack.sh`` to run cleanly without
# Internet access. ``stack.sh`` must have been previously run with Internet
# access to install prerequisites and fetch repositories.
OFFLINE=$(trueorfalse False OFFLINE)
# Set ``ERROR_ON_CLONE`` to ``True`` to configure ``stack.sh`` to exit if
# the destination git repository does not exist during the ``git_clone``
# operation.
ERROR_ON_CLONE=$(trueorfalse False ERROR_ON_CLONE)
# Whether to enable the debug log level in OpenStack services
ENABLE_DEBUG_LOG_LEVEL=$(trueorfalse True ENABLE_DEBUG_LOG_LEVEL)
# Set fixed and floating range here so we can make sure not to use addresses
# from either range when attempting to guess the IP to use for the host.
# Note that setting ``FIXED_RANGE`` may be necessary when running DevStack
# in an OpenStack cloud that uses either of these address ranges internally.
FLOATING_RANGE=${FLOATING_RANGE:-172.24.4.0/24}
FIXED_RANGE=${FIXED_RANGE:-10.0.0.0/24}
FIXED_NETWORK_SIZE=${FIXED_NETWORK_SIZE:-256}
HOST_IP_IFACE=${HOST_IP_IFACE:-}
HOST_IP=${HOST_IP:-}
HOST_IPV6=${HOST_IPV6:-}
HOST_IP=$(get_default_host_ip "$FIXED_RANGE" "$FLOATING_RANGE" "$HOST_IP_IFACE" "$HOST_IP" "inet")
if [ "$HOST_IP" == "" ]; then
die $LINENO "Could not determine host ip address. See local.conf for suggestions on setting HOST_IP."
fi
HOST_IPV6=$(get_default_host_ip "" "" "$HOST_IP_IFACE" "$HOST_IPV6" "inet6")
# SERVICE IP version
# This is the IP version that services should be listening on, as well
# as using to register their endpoints with keystone.
SERVICE_IP_VERSION=${SERVICE_IP_VERSION:-4}
# Validate SERVICE_IP_VERSION
# It would be nice to support "4+6" here as well, but that will require
# multiple calls into keystone to register endpoints, so for now let's
# just support one or the other.
if [[ $SERVICE_IP_VERSION != "4" ]] && [[ $SERVICE_IP_VERSION != "6" ]]; then
die $LINENO "SERVICE_IP_VERSION must be either 4 or 6"
fi
if [[ "$SERVICE_IP_VERSION" == 4 ]]; then
DEF_SERVICE_HOST=$HOST_IP
DEF_SERVICE_LOCAL_HOST=127.0.0.1
DEF_SERVICE_LISTEN_ADDRESS=0.0.0.0
fi
if [[ "$SERVICE_IP_VERSION" == 6 ]]; then
if [ "$HOST_IPV6" == "" ]; then
die $LINENO "Could not determine host IPv6 address. See local.conf for suggestions on setting HOST_IPV6."
fi
DEF_SERVICE_HOST=[$HOST_IPV6]
DEF_SERVICE_LOCAL_HOST=::1
DEF_SERVICE_LISTEN_ADDRESS=::
fi
# This is either 0.0.0.0 for IPv4 or :: for IPv6
SERVICE_LISTEN_ADDRESS=${SERVICE_LISTEN_ADDRESS:-${DEF_SERVICE_LISTEN_ADDRESS}}
# Allow the use of an alternate hostname (such as localhost/127.0.0.1) for
# service endpoints. Default is dependent on SERVICE_IP_VERSION above.
SERVICE_HOST=${SERVICE_HOST:-${DEF_SERVICE_HOST}}
# This is either 127.0.0.1 for IPv4 or ::1 for IPv6
SERVICE_LOCAL_HOST=${SERVICE_LOCAL_HOST:-${DEF_SERVICE_LOCAL_HOST}}
REGION_NAME=${REGION_NAME:-RegionOne}
# Configure services to use syslog instead of writing to individual log files
SYSLOG=$(trueorfalse False SYSLOG)
SYSLOG_HOST=${SYSLOG_HOST:-$HOST_IP}
SYSLOG_PORT=${SYSLOG_PORT:-516}
# Set global ``GIT_DEPTH=<number>`` to limit the history depth of the git clone
# Set to 0 to disable shallow cloning
GIT_DEPTH=${GIT_DEPTH:-0}
# Use native SSL for servers in ``SSL_ENABLED_SERVICES``
USE_SSL=$(trueorfalse False USE_SSL)
# ebtables is inherently racey. If you run it by two or more processes
# simultaneously it will collide, badly, in the kernel and produce
# failures or corruption of ebtables. The only way around it is for
# all tools running ebtables to only ever do so with the --concurrent
# flag. This requires libvirt >= 1.2.11.
#
# If you don't have this then the following work around will replace
# ebtables with a wrapper script so that it is safe to run without
# that flag.
EBTABLES_RACE_FIX=$(trueorfalse False EBTABLES_RACE_FIX)
# Following entries need to be last items in file
# Compatibility bits required by other callers like Grenade
# Old way was using SCREEN_LOGDIR to locate those logs and LOGFILE for the stack.sh trace log.
# LOGFILE SCREEN_LOGDIR output
# not set not set no log files
# set not set stack.sh log to LOGFILE
# not set set screen logs to SCREEN_LOGDIR
# set set stack.sh log to LOGFILE, screen logs to SCREEN_LOGDIR
# New way is LOGDIR for all logs and LOGFILE for stack.sh trace log, but if not fully-qualified will be in LOGDIR
# LOGFILE LOGDIR output
# not set not set (new) set LOGDIR from default
# set not set stack.sh log to LOGFILE, (new) set LOGDIR from LOGFILE
# not set set screen logs to LOGDIR
# set set stack.sh log to LOGFILE, screen logs to LOGDIR
# For compat, if SCREEN_LOGDIR is set, it will be used to create back-compat symlinks to the LOGDIR
# symlinks to SCREEN_LOGDIR (compat)
# Set up new logging defaults
if [[ -z "${LOGDIR:-}" ]]; then
default_logdir=$DEST/logs
if [[ -z "${LOGFILE:-}" ]]; then
# Nothing is set, we need a default
LOGDIR="$default_logdir"
else
# Set default LOGDIR
LOGDIR="${LOGFILE%/*}"
logfile="${LOGFILE##*/}"
if [[ -z "$LOGDIR" || "$LOGDIR" == "$logfile" ]]; then
# LOGFILE had no path, set a default
LOGDIR="$default_logdir"
fi
# Check for duplication
if [[ "${SCREEN_LOGDIR:-}" == "${LOGDIR}" ]]; then
# We don't need the symlinks since it's the same directory
unset SCREEN_LOGDIR
fi
fi
unset default_logdir logfile
fi
# ``LOGDIR`` is always set at this point so it is not useful as a 'enable' for service logs
# ``SCREEN_LOGDIR`` may be set, it is useful to enable the compat symlinks
# Local variables:
# mode: shell-script
# End:
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