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#!/usr/bin/env python3
#
# Copyright 2016 Canonical Ltd
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
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#
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import json
import os
import shutil
import subprocess
import tempfile
import time
import urllib.parse
import uuid
from itertools import chain
from collections import OrderedDict
from copy import deepcopy
from charmhelpers.contrib.hahelpers.cluster import (
is_elected_leader,
determine_api_port,
https,
get_hacluster_config,
)
from charmhelpers.contrib.openstack import context, templating
from charmhelpers.contrib.network.ip import (
is_ipv6,
get_ipv6_addr
)
from charmhelpers.contrib.openstack.ha.utils import (
expect_ha,
)
from charmhelpers.contrib.openstack.ip import (
resolve_address,
PUBLIC,
INTERNAL,
ADMIN
)
from charmhelpers.contrib.openstack.utils import (
configure_installation_source,
error_out,
get_os_codename_install_source,
os_release,
save_script_rc as _save_script_rc,
pause_unit,
resume_unit,
make_assess_status_func,
os_application_version_set,
CompareOpenStackReleases,
reset_os_release,
snap_install_requested,
install_os_snaps,
get_snaps_install_info_from_origin,
enable_memcache,
is_unit_paused_set,
)
from charmhelpers.core.decorators import (
retry_on_exception,
)
from charmhelpers.core.hookenv import (
atexit,
cached,
config,
expected_peer_units,
expected_related_units,
is_leader,
leader_get,
leader_set,
log,
local_unit,
metadata,
relation_get,
relation_set,
relation_id,
relation_ids,
related_units,
DEBUG,
INFO,
ERROR,
WARNING,
status_set,
)
from charmhelpers.fetch import (
apt_install,
apt_update,
apt_upgrade,
apt_purge,
apt_autoremove,
add_source,
filter_missing_packages,
)
from charmhelpers.core.host import (
mkdir,
service_restart,
service_stop,
service_start,
pwgen,
lsb_release,
CompareHostReleases,
write_file,
)
from charmhelpers.contrib.peerstorage import (
peer_store_and_set,
)
import keystone_context
import uds_comms as uds
TEMPLATES = 'templates/'
# removed from original: charm-helper-sh
BASE_PACKAGES = [
'apache2',
'haproxy',
'keystone',
'openssl',
'python-keystoneclient',
'python-mysqldb',
'python-psycopg2',
'python3-six',
'pwgen',
'uuid',
]
PY3_PACKAGES = [
'python3-keystone',
'python3-keystoneclient',
'python3-memcache',
'python3-six',
'libapache2-mod-wsgi-py3',
]
BASE_PACKAGES_SNAP = [
'haproxy',
'openssl',
'python3-six',
'pwgen',
'uuid',
]
VERSION_PACKAGE = 'keystone'
if snap_install_requested():
SNAP_BASE_DIR = "/snap/keystone/current"
SNAP_COMMON_DIR = "/var/snap/keystone/common"
SNAP_COMMON_ETC_DIR = "{}/etc".format(SNAP_COMMON_DIR)
SNAP_COMMON_KEYSTONE_DIR = "{}/keystone".format(SNAP_COMMON_ETC_DIR)
KEYSTONE_USER = 'root'
KEYSTONE_CONF = ('{}/keystone.conf.d/keystone.conf'
''.format(SNAP_COMMON_KEYSTONE_DIR))
KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR = os.path.dirname(KEYSTONE_CONF)
KEYSTONE_NGINX_SITE_CONF = ("{}/nginx/sites-enabled/keystone-nginx.conf"
"".format(SNAP_COMMON_ETC_DIR))
KEYSTONE_NGINX_CONF = "{}/nginx/nginx.conf".format(SNAP_COMMON_ETC_DIR)
KEYSTONE_LOGGER_CONF = "{}/logging.conf".format(SNAP_COMMON_KEYSTONE_DIR)
SNAP_LIB_DIR = '{}/lib'.format(SNAP_COMMON_DIR)
STORED_PASSWD = "{}/keystone.passwd".format(SNAP_LIB_DIR)
STORED_TOKEN = "{}/keystone.token".format(SNAP_LIB_DIR)
STORED_ADMIN_DOMAIN_ID = ("{}/keystone.admin_domain_id"
"".format(SNAP_LIB_DIR))
STORED_DEFAULT_DOMAIN_ID = ("{}/keystone.default_domain_id"
"".format(SNAP_LIB_DIR))
SERVICE_PASSWD_PATH = '{}/services.passwd'.format(SNAP_LIB_DIR)
POLICY_JSON = ('{}/keystone.conf.d/policy.json'
''.format(SNAP_COMMON_KEYSTONE_DIR))
BASE_SERVICES = ['snap.keystone.uwsgi', 'snap.keystone.nginx']
else:
APACHE_SSL_DIR = '/etc/apache2/ssl/keystone'
KEYSTONE_USER = 'keystone'
KEYSTONE_CONF = "/etc/keystone/keystone.conf"
KEYSTONE_NGINX_CONF = None
KEYSTONE_NGINX_SITE_CONF = None
KEYSTONE_LOGGER_CONF = "/etc/keystone/logging.conf"
KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR = os.path.dirname(KEYSTONE_CONF)
STORED_PASSWD = "/var/lib/keystone/keystone.passwd"
STORED_TOKEN = "/var/lib/keystone/keystone.token"
STORED_ADMIN_DOMAIN_ID = "/var/lib/keystone/keystone.admin_domain_id"
STORED_DEFAULT_DOMAIN_ID = "/var/lib/keystone/keystone.default_domain_id"
SERVICE_PASSWD_PATH = '/var/lib/keystone/services.passwd'
POLICY_JSON = '/etc/keystone/policy.json'
BASE_SERVICES = [
'keystone',
]
HAPROXY_CONF = '/etc/haproxy/haproxy.cfg'
APACHE_CONF = '/etc/apache2/sites-available/openstack_https_frontend'
APACHE_24_CONF = '/etc/apache2/sites-available/openstack_https_frontend.conf'
MEMCACHED_CONF = '/etc/memcached.conf'
CLUSTER_RES = 'grp_ks_vips'
ADMIN_DOMAIN = 'admin_domain'
ADMIN_PROJECT = 'admin'
DEFAULT_DOMAIN = 'default'
SERVICE_DOMAIN = 'service_domain'
TOKEN_FLUSH_CRON_FILE = '/etc/cron.d/keystone-token-flush'
KEY_SETUP_FILE = '/etc/keystone/key-setup'
CREDENTIAL_KEY_REPOSITORY = '/etc/keystone/credential-keys/'
FERNET_KEY_REPOSITORY = '/etc/keystone/fernet-keys/'
FERNET_KEY_ROTATE_SYNC_CRON_FILE = '/etc/cron.d/keystone-fernet-rotate-sync'
WSGI_KEYSTONE_API_CONF = '/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/wsgi-openstack-api.conf'
UNUSED_APACHE_SITE_FILES = ['/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/keystone.conf',
'/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/wsgi-keystone.conf']
BASE_RESOURCE_MAP = OrderedDict([
(KEYSTONE_CONF, {
'services': BASE_SERVICES,
'contexts': [keystone_context.KeystoneContext(),
context.SharedDBContext(ssl_dir=KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR),
context.SyslogContext(),
keystone_context.HAProxyContext(),
context.BindHostContext(),
context.WorkerConfigContext(),
context.MemcacheContext(package='keystone'),
keystone_context.KeystoneFIDServiceProviderContext(),
keystone_context.WebSSOTrustedDashboardContext(),
keystone_context.context.SubordinateConfigContext(
interface=['keystone-middleware'],
service='keystone',
config_file=KEYSTONE_CONF),
keystone_context.MiddlewareContext(),
keystone_context.AuthMethods()]
}),
(KEYSTONE_LOGGER_CONF, {
'contexts': [keystone_context.KeystoneLoggingContext()],
'services': BASE_SERVICES,
}),
(HAPROXY_CONF, {
'contexts': [context.HAProxyContext(singlenode_mode=True),
keystone_context.HAProxyContext()],
'services': ['haproxy'],
}),
(KEYSTONE_NGINX_CONF, {
'services': BASE_SERVICES,
'contexts': [keystone_context.KeystoneContext(),
keystone_context.NginxSSLContext(),
context.SharedDBContext(ssl_dir=KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR),
context.SyslogContext(),
keystone_context.HAProxyContext(),
context.BindHostContext(),
context.WorkerConfigContext()],
}),
(KEYSTONE_NGINX_SITE_CONF, {
'services': BASE_SERVICES,
'contexts': [keystone_context.KeystoneContext(),
context.SharedDBContext(ssl_dir=KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR),
context.SyslogContext(),
keystone_context.HAProxyContext(),
keystone_context.NginxSSLContext(),
context.BindHostContext(),
context.WorkerConfigContext()],
}),
(APACHE_CONF, {
'contexts': [keystone_context.ApacheSSLContext()],
'services': ['apache2'],
}),
(APACHE_24_CONF, {
'contexts': [keystone_context.ApacheSSLContext()],
'services': ['apache2'],
}),
(POLICY_JSON, {
'contexts': [keystone_context.KeystoneContext()],
'services': BASE_SERVICES,
}),
(TOKEN_FLUSH_CRON_FILE, {
'contexts': [keystone_context.TokenFlushContext(),
context.SyslogContext()],
'services': [],
}),
(FERNET_KEY_ROTATE_SYNC_CRON_FILE, {
'contexts': [keystone_context.FernetCronContext(),
context.SyslogContext()],
'services': [],
}),
])
valid_services = {
"nova": {
"type": "compute",
"desc": "Nova Compute Service"
},
"nova-volume": {
"type": "volume",
"desc": "Nova Volume Service"
},
"cinder": {
"type": "volume",
"desc": "Cinder Volume Service v1"
},
"cinderv2": {
"type": "volumev2",
"desc": "Cinder Volume Service v2"
},
"cinderv3": {
"type": "volumev3",
"desc": "Cinder Volume Service v3"
},
"contrail-api": {
"type": "ApiServer",
"desc": "Contrail API Service"
},
"contrail-analytics": {
"type": "OpServer",
"desc": "Contrail Analytics Service"
},
"dmapi": {
"type": "datamover",
"desc": "Trilio DataMover API Service"
},
"ec2": {
"type": "ec2",
"desc": "EC2 Compatibility Layer"
},
"glance": {
"type": "image",
"desc": "Glance Image Service"
},
"s3": {
"type": "s3",
"desc": "S3 Compatible object-store"
},
"swift": {
"type": "object-store",
"desc": "Swift Object Storage Service"
},
"quantum": {
"type": "network",
"desc": "Quantum Networking Service"
},
"neutron": {
"type": "network",
"desc": "Neutron Networking Service"
},
"oxygen": {
"type": "oxygen",
"desc": "Oxygen Cloud Image Service"
},
"ceilometer": {
"type": "metering",
"desc": "Ceilometer Metering Service"
},
"heat": {
"type": "orchestration",
"desc": "Heat Orchestration API"
},
"heat-cfn": {
"type": "cloudformation",
"desc": "Heat CloudFormation API"
},
"image-stream": {
"type": "product-streams",
"desc": "Ubuntu Product Streams"
},
"midonet": {
"type": "network-overlay",
"desc": "MidoNet low-level API"
},
"cloudkitty": {
"type": "rating",
"desc": "CloudKitty Rating API"
},
"ironic": {
"type": "baremetal",
"desc": "Ironic bare metal provisioning service"
},
"designate": {
"type": "dns",
"desc": "Designate DNS service"
},
"astara": {
"type": "astara",
"desc": "Astara Network Orchestration Service",
},
"aodh": {
"type": "alarming",
"desc": "Aodh Alarming Service",
},
"gnocchi": {
"type": "metric",
"desc": "Gnocchi Metric Service",
},
"panko": {
"type": "event",
"desc": "Panko Event Service",
},
"barbican": {
"type": "key-manager",
"desc": "Barbican secrets management service"
},
"congress": {
"type": "policy",
"desc": "Congress policy management service"
},
"trove": {
"type": "database",
"desc": "Database as a service"
},
"manila": {
"type": "share",
"desc": "Shared Filesystem service"
},
"manilav2": {
"type": "sharev2",
"desc": "Shared Filesystem service v2"
},
"murano": {
"type": "application-catalog",
"desc": "Application Catalog for OpenStack"
},
"mistral": {
"type": "workflowv2",
"desc": "Workflow Service for OpenStack"
},
"zaqar": {
"type": "messaging",
"desc": "Messaging Service for OpenStack"
},
"placement": {
"type": "placement",
"desc": "Nova Placement Service"
},
"octavia": {
"type": "load-balancer",
"desc": "Octavia Load Balancer as a Service for OpenStack",
},
"masakari": {
"type": "instance-ha",
"desc": "Masakari instance HA for Openstack"
},
}
# The interface is said to be satisfied if anyone of the interfaces in the
# list has a complete context.
REQUIRED_INTERFACES = {
'database': ['shared-db'],
}
def filter_null(settings, null='__null__'):
"""Replace null values with None in provided settings dict.
When storing values in the peer relation, it might be necessary at some
future point to flush these values. We therefore need to use a real
(non-None or empty string) value to represent an unset settings. This value
then needs to be converted to None when applying to a non-cluster relation
so that the value is actually unset.
"""
filtered = {}
for k, v in settings.items():
if v == null:
filtered[k] = None
else:
filtered[k] = v
return filtered
def resource_map():
"""Dynamically generate a map of resources that will be managed for a
single hook execution.
"""
resource_map = deepcopy(BASE_RESOURCE_MAP)
release = os_release('keystone')
if CompareOpenStackReleases(release) < 'liberty':
resource_map.pop(POLICY_JSON)
if os.path.exists('/etc/apache2/conf-available'):
resource_map.pop(APACHE_CONF)
else:
resource_map.pop(APACHE_24_CONF)
if snap_install_requested():
if APACHE_CONF in resource_map:
resource_map.pop(APACHE_CONF)
if APACHE_24_CONF in resource_map:
resource_map.pop(APACHE_24_CONF)
else:
if KEYSTONE_NGINX_CONF in resource_map:
resource_map.pop(KEYSTONE_NGINX_CONF)
if KEYSTONE_NGINX_SITE_CONF in resource_map:
resource_map.pop(KEYSTONE_NGINX_SITE_CONF)
if snap_install_requested():
for cfile in resource_map:
svcs = resource_map[cfile]['services']
if 'apache2' in svcs:
svcs.remove('apache2')
if 'keystone' in svcs:
svcs.remove('keystone')
svcs.append('snap.keystone.nginx')
svcs.append('snap.keystone.uwsgi')
if run_in_apache():
if not snap_install_requested():
for cfile in resource_map:
svcs = resource_map[cfile]['services']
if 'keystone' in svcs:
svcs.remove('keystone')
if 'apache2' not in svcs:
svcs.append('apache2')
resource_map[WSGI_KEYSTONE_API_CONF] = {
'contexts': [
context.WSGIWorkerConfigContext(
name="keystone",
admin_script='/usr/bin/keystone-wsgi-admin',
public_script='/usr/bin/keystone-wsgi-public'),
keystone_context.KeystoneContext()],
'services': ['apache2']
}
if enable_memcache(release=release):
resource_map[MEMCACHED_CONF] = {
'contexts': [context.MemcacheContext()],
'services': ['memcached']}
return resource_map
def restart_pid_check(service_name, ptable_string=None):
"""Stop a service, check the processes are gone, start service
@param service_name: service name as init system knows it
@param ptable_string: string to look for in process table to match service
"""
@retry_on_exception(5, base_delay=3, exc_type=AssertionError)
def check_pids_gone(svc_string):
log("Checking no pids for {} exist".format(svc_string), level=INFO)
assert(subprocess.call(["pgrep", svc_string, "--nslist", "pid",
"--ns", str(os.getpid())]) == 1)
if not ptable_string:
ptable_string = service_name
service_stop(service_name)
check_pids_gone(ptable_string)
service_start(service_name)
def restart_function_map():
"""Return a dict of services with any custom functions that should be
used to restart that service
:returns: dict of {'svc1': restart_func, 'svc2', other_func, ...}
:rtype: Dict[str, Callable]
"""
rfunc_map = {}
rfunc_map[keystone_service()] = restart_keystone
return rfunc_map
def restart_keystone(*args):
"""Restart the keystone process.
This will either keystone or apache2 depending on OpenStack version.
Also stop the ManagerServer (and thus manager.py script) which will
reconnect to keystone on next usage of the ManagerServer.
Note, as restart_keystone is used in the restart_functions map, when it is
called it is passed the service name. However, this function determines
the actual service name to call, so that is discarded, hence the *args in
the function signature.
"""
if not is_unit_paused_set():
if snap_install_requested():
service_restart('snap.keystone.*')
else:
if run_in_apache():
restart_pid_check(keystone_service())
else:
service_restart(keystone_service())
stop_manager_instance()
def run_in_apache(release=None):
"""Return true if keystone API is run under apache2 with mod_wsgi in
this release.
"""
release = release or os_release('keystone')
return (CompareOpenStackReleases(release) >= 'liberty' and
not snap_install_requested())
def disable_unused_apache_sites():
"""Ensure that unused apache configurations are disabled to prevent them
from conflicting with the charm-provided version.
"""
for apache_site_file in UNUSED_APACHE_SITE_FILES:
apache_site = apache_site_file.split('/')[-1].split('.')[0]
if os.path.exists(apache_site_file):
try:
# Try it cleanly
log('Disabling unused apache configs')
status_set('maintenance', 'Disabling unused apache configs')
subprocess.check_call(['a2dissite', apache_site])
except subprocess.CalledProcessError:
# Remove the file
os.remove(apache_site_file)
def register_configs():
release = os_release('keystone')
configs = templating.OSConfigRenderer(templates_dir=TEMPLATES,
openstack_release=release)
for cfg, rscs in resource_map().items():
configs.register(cfg, rscs['contexts'])
return configs
def restart_map():
restart_map = OrderedDict([(cfg, v['services'])
for cfg, v in resource_map().items()
if v['services']])
if os.path.isdir(APACHE_SSL_DIR):
restart_map['{}/*'.format(APACHE_SSL_DIR)] = ['apache2']
return restart_map
def services():
"""Returns a list of (unique) services associated with this charm"""
return list(set(chain(*restart_map().values())))
def determine_ports():
"""Assemble a list of API ports for services we are managing"""
ports = [config('admin-port'), config('service-port')]
return sorted(list(set(ports)))
def api_port(service):
return {
'keystone-admin': config('admin-port'),
'keystone-public': config('service-port')
}[service]
def determine_packages():
release = CompareOpenStackReleases(os_release('keystone'))
# currently all packages match service names
if snap_install_requested():
pkgs = deepcopy(BASE_PACKAGES_SNAP)
if enable_memcache(release=os_release('keystone')):
pkgs = pkgs + ['memcached']
return sorted(pkgs)
else:
packages = set(services()).union(BASE_PACKAGES)
if release >= 'rocky':
packages = [p for p in packages if not p.startswith('python-')]
packages.extend(PY3_PACKAGES)
elif run_in_apache():
packages.add('libapache2-mod-wsgi')
return sorted(packages)
def determine_purge_packages():
'''
Determine list of packages that where previously installed which are no
longer needed.
:returns: list of package names
'''
release = CompareOpenStackReleases(os_release('keystone'))
if release >= 'rocky':
pkgs = [p for p in BASE_PACKAGES if p.startswith('python-')]
pkgs.extend(['python-keystone', 'python-memcache'])
return pkgs
return []
def remove_old_packages():
'''Purge any packages that need to be removed.
:returns: bool Whether packages were removed.
'''
installed_packages = filter_missing_packages(determine_purge_packages())
if installed_packages:
log('Removing apt packages')
status_set('maintenance', 'Removing apt packages')
apt_purge(installed_packages, fatal=True)
apt_autoremove(purge=True, fatal=True)
return bool(installed_packages)
def save_script_rc():
env_vars = {'OPENSTACK_SERVICE_KEYSTONE': 'keystone',
'OPENSTACK_PORT_ADMIN': determine_api_port(
api_port('keystone-admin'), singlenode_mode=True),
'OPENSTACK_PORT_PUBLIC': determine_api_port(
api_port('keystone-public'),
singlenode_mode=True)}
_save_script_rc(**env_vars)
def do_openstack_upgrade_reexec(configs):
do_openstack_upgrade(configs)
log("Re-execing hook to pickup upgraded packages", level=INFO)
os.execl('/usr/bin/env', 'python3', './hooks/config-changed-postupgrade')
def do_openstack_upgrade(configs):
new_src = config('openstack-origin')
new_os_rel = get_os_codename_install_source(new_src)
log('Performing OpenStack upgrade to %s.' % (new_os_rel))
if not snap_install_requested():
configure_installation_source(new_src)
apt_update()
dpkg_opts = [
'--option', 'Dpkg::Options::=--force-confnew',
'--option', 'Dpkg::Options::=--force-confdef',
]
apt_upgrade(options=dpkg_opts, fatal=True, dist=True)
reset_os_release()
apt_install(packages=determine_packages(),
options=dpkg_opts, fatal=True)
remove_old_packages()
else:
# TODO: Add support for upgrade from deb->snap
# NOTE(thedac): Setting devmode until LP#1719636 is fixed
install_os_snaps(
get_snaps_install_info_from_origin(
['keystone'],
new_src,
mode='devmode'),
refresh=True)
post_snap_install()
reset_os_release()
# set CONFIGS to load templates from new release and regenerate config
configs.set_release(openstack_release=new_os_rel)
configs.write_all()
if run_in_apache():
disable_unused_apache_sites()
if is_elected_leader(CLUSTER_RES):
if is_db_ready():
migrate_database()
else:
log("Database not ready - deferring to shared-db relation",
level=INFO)
def is_db_initialised():
if leader_get('db-initialised'):
log("Database is initialised", level=DEBUG)
return True
log("Database is NOT initialised", level=DEBUG)
return False
def keystone_service():
return {True: 'apache2', False: 'keystone'}[run_in_apache()]
# NOTE(jamespage): Retry deals with sync issues during one-shot HA deploys.
# mysql might be restarting or suchlike.
@retry_on_exception(5, base_delay=3, exc_type=subprocess.CalledProcessError)
def migrate_database():
"""Runs keystone-manage to initialize a new database or migrate existing"""
log('Migrating the keystone database.', level=INFO)
status_set('maintenance', 'Migrating the keystone database')
if snap_install_requested():
service_stop('snap.keystone.*')
else:
service_stop(keystone_service())
# NOTE(jamespage) > icehouse creates a log file as root so use
# sudo to execute as keystone otherwise keystone won't start
# afterwards.
# NOTE(coreycb): Can just use keystone-manage when snap has alias support.
# Also can run as keystone once snap has drop privs support.
if snap_install_requested():
cmd = ['/snap/bin/keystone-manage', 'db_sync']
else:
cmd = ['sudo', '-u', 'keystone', 'keystone-manage', 'db_sync']
subprocess.check_output(cmd)
if snap_install_requested():
service_start('snap.keystone.nginx')
service_start('snap.keystone.uwsgi')
else:
service_start(keystone_service())
time.sleep(10)
leader_set({'db-initialised': True})
stop_manager_instance()
# OLD
def get_api_suffix():
return 'v2.0' if get_api_version() == 2 else 'v3'
def get_local_endpoint(api_suffix=None):
"""Returns the URL for the local end-point bypassing haproxy/ssl"""
if not api_suffix:
api_suffix = get_api_suffix()
keystone_port = determine_api_port(api_port('keystone-admin'),
singlenode_mode=True)
if config('prefer-ipv6'):
ipv6_addr = get_ipv6_addr(exc_list=[config('vip')])[0]
local_endpoint = 'http://[{}]:{}/{}/'.format(
ipv6_addr,
keystone_port,
api_suffix)
else:
local_endpoint = 'http://localhost:{}/{}/'.format(
keystone_port,
api_suffix)
return local_endpoint
def set_admin_token(admin_token='None'):
"""Set admin token according to deployment config or use a randomly
generated token if none is specified (default).
"""
if admin_token != 'None':
log('Configuring Keystone to use a pre-configured admin token.')
token = admin_token
else:
log('Configuring Keystone to use a random admin token.')
if os.path.isfile(STORED_TOKEN):
msg = 'Loading a previously generated' \
' admin token from %s' % STORED_TOKEN
log(msg)
with open(STORED_TOKEN, 'r') as f:
token = f.read().strip()
else:
token = pwgen(length=64)
with open(STORED_TOKEN, 'w') as out:
out.write('%s\n' % token)
return(token)
def get_admin_token():
"""Temporary utility to grab the admin token as configured in
keystone.conf
"""
with open(KEYSTONE_CONF, 'r') as f:
for l in f.readlines():
if l.split(' ')[0] == 'admin_token':
try:
return l.split('=')[1].strip()
except:
error_out('Could not parse admin_token line from %s' %
KEYSTONE_CONF)
error_out('Could not find admin_token line in %s' % KEYSTONE_CONF)
def is_service_present(service_name, service_type):
manager = get_manager()
service_id = manager.resolve_service_id(service_name, service_type)
return service_id is not None
def delete_service_entry(service_name, service_type):
""" Delete a service from keystone"""
manager = get_manager()
service_id = manager.resolve_service_id(service_name, service_type)
if service_id:
manager.delete_service_by_id(service_id)
log("Deleted service entry '{}'".format(service_name), level=DEBUG)
def create_service_entry(service_name, service_type, service_desc, owner=None):
""" Add a new service entry to keystone if one does not already exist """
manager = get_manager()
for service in manager.list_services():
if service['name'] == service_name:
log("Service entry for '{}' already exists.".format(service_name),
level=DEBUG)
return
manager.create_service(service_name, service_type,
description=service_desc)
log("Created new service entry '{}'".format(service_name), level=DEBUG)
def create_endpoint_template(region, service, publicurl, adminurl,
internalurl):
manager = get_manager()
# this needs to be a round-trip to the manager.py script to discover what
# the "current" api_version might be, as it can't just be asserted.
if manager.resolved_api_version() == 2:
create_endpoint_template_v2(manager, region, service, publicurl,
adminurl, internalurl)
else:
create_endpoint_template_v3(manager, region, service, publicurl,
adminurl, internalurl)
def create_endpoint_template_v2(manager, region, service, publicurl, adminurl,
internalurl):
""" Create a new endpoint template for service if one does not already
exist matching name *and* region """
service_id = manager.resolve_service_id(service)
for ep in manager.list_endpoints():
if ep['service_id'] == service_id and ep['region'] == region:
log("Endpoint template already exists for '%s' in '%s'"
% (service, region))
up_to_date = True
for k in ['publicurl', 'adminurl', 'internalurl']:
if ep.get(k) != locals()[k]:
up_to_date = False
if up_to_date:
return
else:
# delete endpoint and recreate if endpoint urls need updating.
log("Updating endpoint template with new endpoint urls.")
manager.delete_endpoint_by_id(ep['id'])
manager.create_endpoints(region=region,
service_id=service_id,
publicurl=publicurl,
adminurl=adminurl,
internalurl=internalurl)
log("Created new endpoint template for '{}' in '{}'"
.format(region, service), level=DEBUG)
def create_endpoint_template_v3(manager, region, service, publicurl, adminurl,
internalurl):
service_id = manager.resolve_service_id(service)
endpoints = {
'public': publicurl,
'admin': adminurl,
'internal': internalurl,
}
for ep_type in endpoints.keys():
# Delete endpoint if its has changed
ep_deleted = manager.delete_old_endpoint_v3(
ep_type,
service_id,
region,
endpoints[ep_type]
)
ep_exists = manager.find_endpoint_v3(
ep_type,
service_id,
region
)
if ep_deleted or not ep_exists:
manager.create_endpoint_by_type(
region=region,
service_id=service_id,
interface=ep_type,
endpoint=endpoints[ep_type],
)
def create_tenant(name, domain):
"""Creates a tenant if it does not already exist"""
manager = get_manager()
tenant = manager.resolve_tenant_id(name, domain=domain)
if not tenant:
manager.create_tenant(tenant_name=name,
domain=domain,
description='Created by Juju')
log("Created new tenant '{}' in domain '{}'".format(name, domain),
level=DEBUG)
return
log("Tenant '{}' already exists.".format(name), level=DEBUG)
def create_or_show_domain(name):
"""Creates a domain if it does not already exist"""
manager = get_manager()
domain_id = manager.resolve_domain_id(name)
if domain_id:
log("Domain '{}' already exists.".format(name), level=DEBUG)
else:
manager.create_domain(domain_name=name,
description='Created by Juju')
log("Created new domain: {}".format(name), level=DEBUG)
domain_id = manager.resolve_domain_id(name)
return domain_id
def user_exists(name, domain=None):
manager = get_manager()
return manager.user_exists(name, domain=domain)
def create_user(name, password, tenant=None, domain=None):
"""Creates a user if it doesn't already exist, as a member of tenant"""
manager = get_manager()
if user_exists(name, domain=domain):
log("A user named '{}' already exists in domain '{}'"
.format(name, domain), level=DEBUG)
return
tenant_id = None
if tenant:
tenant_id = manager.resolve_tenant_id(tenant, domain=domain)
if not tenant_id:
error_out("Could not resolve tenant_id for tenant '{}' in domain "
"'{}'".format(tenant, domain))
domain_id = None
if domain:
domain_id = manager.resolve_domain_id(domain)
if not domain_id:
error_out('Could not resolve domain_id for domain {} when creating'
' user {}'.format(domain, name))
manager.create_user(name=name,
password=password,
email='juju@localhost',
tenant_id=tenant_id,
domain_id=domain_id)
log("Created new user '{}' tenant: '{}' domain: '{}'"
.format(name, tenant_id, domain_id), level=DEBUG)
def get_manager(api_version=None):
return KeystoneManagerProxy(api_version=api_version)
class KeystoneManagerProxy(object):
def __init__(self, api_version=None, path=None):
self._path = path or []
self.api_version = api_version
def __getattribute__(self, attr):
if attr in ['__class__', '_path', 'api_version']:
return super().__getattribute__(attr)
return self.__class__(api_version=self.api_version,
path=self._path + [attr])
def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs):
# Following line retained commented-out for future debugging
# print("Called: {} ({}, {})".format(self._path, args, kwargs))
return _proxy_manager_call(self._path, self.api_version, args, kwargs)
JSON_ENCODE_OPTIONS = dict(
sort_keys=True,
allow_nan=False,
indent=None,
separators=(',', ':'),
)
class RetryProxyManagerCall(Exception):
pass
@retry_on_exception(5, base_delay=3, exc_type=RetryProxyManagerCall)
def _proxy_manager_call(path, api_version, args, kwargs):
package = dict(path=path,
api_version=api_version,
api_local_endpoint=get_local_endpoint(),
admin_token=get_admin_token(),
args=args,
kwargs=kwargs)
serialized = json.dumps(package, **JSON_ENCODE_OPTIONS)
server = _get_server_instance()
try:
server.send(serialized)
# wait for the reply
result_str = server.receive()
result = json.loads(result_str)
if 'error' in result:
s = ("The call within manager.py failed with the error: '{}'. "
"The call was: path={}, args={}, kwargs={}, api_version={}"
.format(result['error'], path, args, kwargs, api_version))
log(s, level=ERROR)
if result.get('retry'):
stop_manager_instance()
raise RetryProxyManagerCall()
raise RuntimeError(s)
return json.loads(result_str)['result']
except RetryProxyManagerCall:
# cause a retry
raise
except RuntimeError as e:
raise e
except Exception as e:
s = ("Decoding the result from the call to manager.py resulted in "
"error '{}' (command: path={}, args={}, kwargs={}"
.format(str(e), path, args, kwargs))
log(s, level=ERROR)
raise RuntimeError(s)
# singleton to ensure that there's only one manager instance.
_the_manager_instance = None
def _get_server_instance():
"""Get a SockServer instance and run up the manager to connect to it.
Ensure that the manager.py is running and is ready to receive messages (i.e
do the handshake. Check that it is still running, and if not, start it
again. In that instance, restart the SockServer
"""
global _the_manager_instance
if _the_manager_instance is None:
_the_manager_instance = ManagerServer()
return _the_manager_instance.server
def stop_manager_instance():
"""If a ManagerServer instance exists, then try to kill it, clean-up the
environment and reset the global singleton for it.
"""
global _the_manager_instance
if _the_manager_instance is not None:
_the_manager_instance.clean_up()
_the_manager_instance = None
# If a ManagerServer is still running at the end of the charm hook execution
# then kill it off:
atexit(stop_manager_instance)
class ManagerServer():
"""This is a singleton server that launches and kills the manager.py script
that is used to allow 'calling' into Keystone when it is in a completely
different process.
The server() method also ensures that the manager.py script is still
running, and if not, relaunches it. This is to try to make the using the
manager.py methods as transparent, and speedy, as possible.
"""
def __init__(self):
self.pvar = None
self._server = None
self.socket_file = os.path.join(tempfile.gettempdir(), "keystone-uds")
@property
def server(self):
self._ensure_running()
return self._server
def _ensure_running(self):
if self.pvar is None or self.pvar.poll() is not None:
if self._server is not None:
self._server.close()
self._server = uds.UDSServer(self.socket_file)
self._launch_manager()
self._server.wait_for_connection()
def _launch_manager(self):
script = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__),
'manager.py'))
release = CompareOpenStackReleases(os_release('keystone'))
# need to set the environment variable PYTHONPATH to include the
# payload's directory for the manager.py to find the various keystone
# clients
env = os.environ
_python_path = determine_python_path()
if _python_path:
if _python_path not in os.environ.get('PYTHONPATH', ''):
env['PYTHONPATH'] = ':'.join(
os.environ.get('PYTHONPATH', '').split(':') +
[_python_path])
# also ensure that the python executable is available if snap
# installed.
if snap_install_requested():
_bin_path = os.path.join(SNAP_BASE_DIR, 'usr/bin')
if _bin_path not in os.environ.get('PATH', ''):
env['PATH'] = ':'.join(
os.environ.get('PATH', '').split(':') +
[_bin_path])
# ensure python interpreter matches python version of OpenStack
if release >= 'rocky':
python = 'python3'
else:
python = 'python2'
# launch the process and return immediately
self.pvar = subprocess.Popen([python, script, self.socket_file],
env=env, close_fds=True)
def clean_up(self):
if self.pvar is not None and self.pvar.poll() is None:
self._server.send("QUIT")
try:
self.pvar.wait(timeout=10)
except subprocess.TimeoutExpired:
self.pvar.kill()
self.pvar = None
if self._server is not None:
self._server.close()
self._server = None
try:
os.remove(self.socket_file)
except OSError:
pass
def create_role(name, user=None, tenant=None, domain=None):
"""Creates a role if it doesn't already exist. grants role to user"""
manager = get_manager()
if not manager.resolve_role_id(name):
manager.create_role(name=name)
log("Created new role '{}'".format(name), level=DEBUG)
else:
log("A role named '{}' already exists".format(name), level=DEBUG)
if not user and not tenant:
return
# NOTE(adam_g): Keystone client requires id's for add_user_role, not names
user_id = manager.resolve_user_id(user, user_domain=domain)
role_id = manager.resolve_role_id(name)
if None in [user_id, role_id]:
error_out("Could not resolve [%s, %s] user_domain='%s'" %
(user_id, role_id, domain))
# default to grant role to project
grant_role(user, name, tenant=tenant, user_domain=domain,
project_domain=domain)
def grant_role(user, role, tenant=None, domain=None, user_domain=None,
project_domain=None):
"""Grant user and tenant a specific role"""
manager = get_manager()
if domain:
log("Granting user '%s' role '%s' in domain '%s'" %
(user, role, domain))
else:
log("Granting user '%s' role '%s' on tenant '%s' in domain '%s'" %
(user, role, tenant, project_domain))
user_id = manager.resolve_user_id(user, user_domain=user_domain)
role_id = manager.resolve_role_id(role)
if None in [user_id, role_id]:
error_out("Could not resolve [%s, %s] user_domain='%s'" %
(user_id, role_id, user_domain))
tenant_id = None
if tenant:
tenant_id = manager.resolve_tenant_id(tenant, domain=project_domain)
if not tenant_id:
error_out("Could not resolve tenant_id for tenant '{}' in domain "
"'{}'".format(tenant, domain))
domain_id = None
if domain:
domain_id = manager.resolve_domain_id(domain)
if not domain_id:
error_out('Could not resolve domain_id for domain %s' % domain)
cur_roles = manager.roles_for_user(user_id, tenant_id=tenant_id,
domain_id=domain_id)
if not cur_roles or role_id not in [r['id'] for r in cur_roles]:
manager.add_user_role(user=user_id,
role=role_id,
tenant=tenant_id,
domain=domain_id)
if domain_id is None:
log("Granted user '%s' role '%s' on tenant '%s' in domain '%s'" %
(user, role, tenant, project_domain), level=DEBUG)
else:
log("Granted user '%s' role '%s' in domain '%s'" %
(user, role, domain), level=DEBUG)
else:
if domain_id is None:
log("User '%s' already has role '%s' on tenant '%s' in domain '%s'"
% (user, role, tenant, project_domain), level=DEBUG)
else:
log("User '%s' already has role '%s' in domain '%s'"
% (user, role, domain), level=DEBUG)
def store_data(backing_file, data):
with open(backing_file, 'w+') as fd:
fd.writelines("{}\n".format(data))
def get_admin_passwd(user=None):
passwd = config("admin-password")
if passwd and passwd.lower() != "none":
return passwd
if user is None:
user = config('admin-user')
_migrate_admin_password()
passwd = leader_get('{}_passwd'.format(user))
if not passwd and is_leader():
log("Generating new passwd for user: %s" % user)
cmd = ['pwgen', '-c', '16', '1']
passwd = str(subprocess.check_output(cmd).decode('UTF-8')).strip()
return passwd
def set_admin_passwd(passwd, user=None):
if user is None:
user = config('admin-user')
leader_set({'{}_passwd'.format(user): passwd})
def get_api_version():
api_version = config('preferred-api-version')
cmp_release = CompareOpenStackReleases(
get_os_codename_install_source(config('openstack-origin'))
)
if not api_version:
# NOTE(jamespage): Queens dropped support for v2, so default
# to v3.
if cmp_release >= 'queens':
api_version = 3
else:
api_version = 2
if ((cmp_release < 'queens' and api_version not in [2, 3]) or
(cmp_release >= 'queens' and api_version != 3)):
raise ValueError('Bad preferred-api-version')
return api_version
def ensure_initial_admin(config):
# Allow retry on fail since leader may not be ready yet.
# NOTE(hopem): ks client may not be installed at module import time so we
# use this wrapped approach instead.
@retry_on_exception(3, base_delay=3, exc_type=RuntimeError)
def _ensure_initial_admin(config):
"""Ensures the minimum admin stuff exists in whatever database we're
using.
This and the helper functions it calls are meant to be idempotent and
run during install as well as during db-changed. This will maintain
the admin tenant, user, role, service entry and endpoint across every
datastore we might use.
TODO: Possibly migrate data from one backend to another after it
changes?
"""
if get_api_version() > 2:
manager = get_manager()
default_domain_id = create_or_show_domain(DEFAULT_DOMAIN)
leader_set({'default_domain_id': default_domain_id})
admin_domain_id = create_or_show_domain(ADMIN_DOMAIN)
leader_set({'admin_domain_id': admin_domain_id})
create_or_show_domain(SERVICE_DOMAIN)
create_tenant("admin", ADMIN_DOMAIN)
create_tenant(config("service-tenant"), SERVICE_DOMAIN)
leader_set({'service_tenant_id': manager.resolve_tenant_id(
config("service-tenant"),
domain=SERVICE_DOMAIN)})
create_role('service')
create_tenant("admin", DEFAULT_DOMAIN)
create_tenant(config("service-tenant"), DEFAULT_DOMAIN)
# User is managed by ldap backend when using ldap identity
if not (config('identity-backend') ==
'ldap' and config('ldap-readonly')):
admin_username = config('admin-user')
if get_api_version() > 2:
passwd = create_user_credentials(admin_username,
get_admin_passwd,
set_admin_passwd,
domain=ADMIN_DOMAIN)
if passwd:
create_role('Member')
# Grant 'Member' role to user ADMIN_DOMAIN/admin-user in
# project ADMIN_DOMAIN/'admin'
# ADMIN_DOMAIN
grant_role(admin_username, 'Member', tenant='admin',
user_domain=ADMIN_DOMAIN,
project_domain=ADMIN_DOMAIN)
create_role(config('admin-role'))
# Grant admin-role to user ADMIN_DOMAIN/admin-user in
# project ADMIN_DOMAIN/admin
grant_role(admin_username, config('admin-role'),
tenant='admin', user_domain=ADMIN_DOMAIN,
project_domain=ADMIN_DOMAIN)
# Grant domain level admin-role to ADMIN_DOMAIN/admin-user
grant_role(admin_username, config('admin-role'),
domain=ADMIN_DOMAIN, user_domain=ADMIN_DOMAIN)
else:
create_user_credentials(admin_username, get_admin_passwd,
set_admin_passwd, tenant='admin',
new_roles=[config('admin-role')])
create_service_entry("keystone", "identity",
"Keystone Identity Service")
for region in config('region').split():
create_keystone_endpoint(public_ip=resolve_address(PUBLIC),
service_port=config("service-port"),
internal_ip=resolve_address(INTERNAL),
admin_ip=resolve_address(ADMIN),
auth_port=config("admin-port"),
region=region)
return _ensure_initial_admin(config)
def endpoint_url(ip, port, suffix=None):
proto = 'http'
if https():
proto = 'https'
if is_ipv6(ip):
ip = "[{}]".format(ip)
if suffix:
ep = "{}://{}:{}/{}".format(proto, ip, port, suffix)
else:
ep = "{}://{}:{}".format(proto, ip, port)
return ep
def create_keystone_endpoint(public_ip, service_port,
internal_ip, admin_ip, auth_port, region):
api_suffix = get_api_suffix()
create_endpoint_template(
region, "keystone",
endpoint_url(public_ip, service_port, suffix=api_suffix),
endpoint_url(admin_ip, auth_port, suffix=api_suffix),
endpoint_url(internal_ip, service_port, suffix=api_suffix),
)
def update_user_password(username, password, domain):
manager = get_manager()
log("Updating password for user '{}'".format(username))
user_id = manager.resolve_user_id(username, user_domain=domain)
if user_id is None:
error_out("Could not resolve user id for '{}'".format(username))
manager.update_password(user=user_id, password=password)
log("Successfully updated password for user '{}'".format(username))
def load_stored_passwords(path=SERVICE_PASSWD_PATH):
creds = {}
if not os.path.isfile(path):
return creds
stored_passwd = open(path, 'r')
for l in stored_passwd.readlines():
user, passwd = l.strip().split(':')
creds[user] = passwd
return creds
def _migrate_admin_password():
"""Migrate on-disk admin passwords to leader storage"""
if is_leader() and os.path.exists(STORED_PASSWD):
log('Migrating on-disk stored passwords to leader storage')
with open(STORED_PASSWD) as fd:
leader_set({"admin_passwd": fd.readline().strip('\n')})
os.unlink(STORED_PASSWD)
def _migrate_service_passwords():
"""Migrate on-disk service passwords to leader storage"""
if is_leader() and os.path.exists(SERVICE_PASSWD_PATH):
log('Migrating on-disk stored passwords to leader storage')
creds = load_stored_passwords()
for k, v in creds.items():
leader_set({"{}_passwd".format(k): v})
os.unlink(SERVICE_PASSWD_PATH)
def get_service_password(service_username):
_migrate_service_passwords()
passwd = leader_get("{}_passwd".format(service_username))
if passwd is None:
passwd = pwgen(length=64)
return passwd
def set_service_password(passwd, user):
leader_set({"{}_passwd".format(user): passwd})
def is_password_changed(username, passwd):
_passwd = leader_get("{}_passwd".format(username))
return (_passwd is None or passwd != _passwd)
def create_user_credentials(user, passwd_get_callback, passwd_set_callback,
tenant=None, new_roles=None,
grants=None, domain=None):
"""Create user credentials.
Optionally adds role grants to user and/or creates new roles.
"""
passwd = passwd_get_callback(user)
if not passwd:
log("Unable to retrieve password for user '{}'".format(user),
level=INFO)
return
log("Creating service credentials for '{}'".format(user), level=DEBUG)
if user_exists(user, domain=domain):
log("User '{}' already exists".format(user), level=DEBUG)
# NOTE(dosaboy): see LP #1648677
if is_password_changed(user, passwd):
update_user_password(user, passwd, domain)
else:
create_user(user, passwd, tenant=tenant, domain=domain)
passwd_set_callback(passwd, user=user)
if grants:
for role in grants:
# grant role on project
grant_role(user, role, tenant=tenant, user_domain=domain,
project_domain=domain)
else:
log("No role grants requested for user '{}'".format(user), level=DEBUG)
if new_roles:
# Allow the remote service to request creation of any additional roles.
# Currently used by Swift and Ceilometer.
for role in new_roles:
log("Creating requested role '{}'".format(role), level=DEBUG)
create_role(role, user=user, tenant=tenant, domain=domain)
return passwd
def create_service_credentials(user, new_roles=None):
"""Create credentials for service with given username.
For Keystone v2.0 API compability services are given a user under
config('service-tenant') in DEFAULT_DOMAIN and are given the
config('admin-role') role. Tenant is assumed to already exist.
For Keysteone v3 API compability services are given a user in project
config('service-tenant') in SERVICE_DOMAIN and are given the
config('admin-role') role.
Project is assumed to already exist.
"""
tenant = config('service-tenant')
if not tenant:
raise Exception("No service tenant provided in config")
if get_api_version() < 3:
passwd = create_user_credentials(user, get_service_password,
set_service_password,
tenant=tenant, new_roles=new_roles,
grants=[config('admin-role')],
domain=None)
else:
# api version 3 or above
create_user_credentials(user, get_service_password,
set_service_password,
tenant=tenant, new_roles=new_roles,
grants=[config('admin-role')],
domain=DEFAULT_DOMAIN)
# Create account in SERVICE_DOMAIN as well using same password
passwd = create_user_credentials(user, get_service_password,
set_service_password,
tenant=tenant, new_roles=new_roles,
grants=[config('admin-role')],
domain=SERVICE_DOMAIN)
return passwd
def add_service_to_keystone(relation_id=None, remote_unit=None):
manager = get_manager()
settings = relation_get(rid=relation_id, unit=remote_unit)
# the minimum settings needed per endpoint
single = {'service', 'region', 'public_url', 'admin_url', 'internal_url'}
https_cns = []
protocol = get_protocol()
if single.issubset(settings):
# other end of relation advertised only one endpoint
if 'None' in settings.values():
# Some backend services advertise no endpoint but require a
# hook execution to update auth strategy.
relation_data = {}
# Check if clustered and use vip + haproxy ports if so
relation_data["auth_host"] = resolve_address(ADMIN)
relation_data["service_host"] = resolve_address(PUBLIC)
relation_data["auth_protocol"] = protocol
relation_data["service_protocol"] = protocol
relation_data["auth_port"] = config('admin-port')
relation_data["service_port"] = config('service-port')
relation_data["region"] = config('region')
relation_data["api_version"] = get_api_version()
relation_data["admin_domain_id"] = leader_get(
attribute='admin_domain_id')
# Allow the remote service to request creation of any additional
# roles. Currently used by Horizon
for role in get_requested_roles(settings):
log("Creating requested role: {}".format(role))
create_role(role)
peer_store_and_set(relation_id=relation_id, **relation_data)
return
else:
ensure_valid_service(settings['service'])
add_endpoint(region=settings['region'],
service=settings['service'],
publicurl=settings['public_url'],
adminurl=settings['admin_url'],
internalurl=settings['internal_url'])
# If an admin username prefix is provided, ensure all services use
# it.
service_username = settings['service']
prefix = config('service-admin-prefix')
if prefix:
service_username = "{}{}".format(prefix, service_username)
# NOTE(jamespage) internal IP for backwards compat for SSL certs
internal_cn = (urllib.parse
.urlparse(settings['internal_url']).hostname)
https_cns.append(internal_cn)
public_cn = urllib.parse.urlparse(settings['public_url']).hostname
https_cns.append(public_cn)
https_cns.append(
urllib.parse.urlparse(settings['admin_url']).hostname)
else:
# assemble multiple endpoints from relation data. service name
# should be prepended to setting name, ie:
# realtion-set ec2_service=$foo ec2_region=$foo ec2_public_url=$foo
# relation-set nova_service=$foo nova_region=$foo nova_public_url=$foo
# Results in a dict that looks like:
# { 'ec2': {
# 'service': $foo
# 'region': $foo
# 'public_url': $foo
# }
# 'nova': {
# 'service': $foo
# 'region': $foo
# 'public_url': $foo
# }
# }
endpoints = OrderedDict() # for Python3 we need a consistent order
for k, v in settings.items():
ep = k.split('_')[0]
x = '_'.join(k.split('_')[1:])
if ep not in endpoints:
endpoints[ep] = {}
endpoints[ep][x] = v
services = []
for ep in endpoints:
# weed out any unrelated relation stuff Juju might have added
# by ensuring each possible endpiont has appropriate fields
# ['service', 'region', 'public_url', 'admin_url', 'internal_url']
if single.issubset(endpoints[ep]):
ep = endpoints[ep]
ensure_valid_service(ep['service'])
add_endpoint(region=ep['region'], service=ep['service'],
publicurl=ep['public_url'],
adminurl=ep['admin_url'],
internalurl=ep['internal_url'])
services.append(ep['service'])
# NOTE(jamespage) internal IP for backwards compat for
# SSL certs
internal_cn = (urllib.parse
.urlparse(ep['internal_url']).hostname)
https_cns.append(internal_cn)
https_cns.append(
urllib.parse.urlparse(ep['public_url']).hostname)
https_cns.append(
urllib.parse.urlparse(ep['admin_url']).hostname)
service_username = '_'.join(sorted(services))
# If an admin username prefix is provided, ensure all services use it.
prefix = config('service-admin-prefix')
if service_username and prefix:
service_username = "{}{}".format(prefix, service_username)
if 'None' in settings.values():
return
if not service_username:
return
token = get_admin_token()
roles = get_requested_roles(settings)
service_password = create_service_credentials(service_username,
new_roles=roles)
service_domain = None
service_domain_id = None
if get_api_version() > 2:
service_domain = SERVICE_DOMAIN
service_domain_id = manager.resolve_domain_id(SERVICE_DOMAIN)
service_tenant = config('service-tenant')
service_tenant_id = manager.resolve_tenant_id(service_tenant,
domain=service_domain)
# NOTE(dosaboy): we use __null__ to represent settings that are to be
# routed to relations via the cluster relation and set to None.
relation_data = {
"auth_host": resolve_address(ADMIN),
"service_host": resolve_address(PUBLIC),
"admin_token": token,
"service_port": config("service-port"),
"auth_port": config("admin-port"),
"service_username": service_username,
"service_password": service_password,
"service_domain": service_domain,
"service_domain_id": service_domain_id,
"service_tenant": service_tenant,
"service_tenant_id": service_tenant_id,
"https_keystone": '__null__',
"ssl_cert": '__null__',
"ssl_key": '__null__',
"ca_cert": '__null__',
"auth_protocol": protocol,
"service_protocol": protocol,
"api_version": get_api_version(),
"admin_domain_id": leader_get(attribute='admin_domain_id'),
}
peer_store_and_set(relation_id=relation_id, **relation_data)
# NOTE(dosaboy): '__null__' settings are for peer relation only so that
# settings can flushed so we filter them out for non-peer relation.
filtered = filter_null(relation_data)
relation_set(relation_id=relation_id, **filtered)
def add_credentials_to_keystone(relation_id=None, remote_unit=None):
"""Add authentication credentials without a service endpoint
Creates credentials and then peer stores and relation sets them
:param relation_id: Relation id of the relation
:param remote_unit: Related unit on the relation
"""
manager = get_manager()
settings = relation_get(rid=relation_id, unit=remote_unit)
credentials_username = settings.get('username')
if not credentials_username:
log("identity-credentials peer has not yet set username")
return
if get_api_version() == 2:
domain = None
else:
domain = settings.get('domain') or SERVICE_DOMAIN
# Use passed project or the service project
credentials_project = settings.get('project') or config('service-tenant')
create_tenant(credentials_project, domain)
# Use passed grants or default grants
credentials_grants = (get_requested_grants(settings) or
[config('admin-role')])
# Create the user
credentials_password = create_user_credentials(
credentials_username,
get_service_password,
set_service_password,
tenant=credentials_project,
new_roles=get_requested_roles(settings),
grants=credentials_grants,
domain=domain)
protocol = get_protocol()
relation_data = {
"auth_host": resolve_address(ADMIN),
"credentials_host": resolve_address(PUBLIC),
"credentials_port": config("service-port"),
"auth_port": config("admin-port"),
"credentials_username": credentials_username,
"credentials_password": credentials_password,
"credentials_project": credentials_project,
"credentials_project_id":
manager.resolve_tenant_id(credentials_project, domain=domain),
"auth_protocol": protocol,
"credentials_protocol": protocol,
"api_version": get_api_version(),
"region": config('region')
}
if domain:
relation_data['domain'] = domain
# The same domain is used for project and user creation. However, in
# the future they may not be.
domain_id = manager.resolve_domain_id(domain)
relation_data['credentials_user_domain_name'] = domain
relation_data['credentials_user_domain_id'] = domain_id
relation_data['credentials_project_domain_name'] = domain
relation_data['credentials_project_domain_id'] = domain_id
peer_store_and_set(relation_id=relation_id, **relation_data)
def get_protocol():
"""Determine the http protocol
:returns: http or https
"""
if https():
protocol = 'https'
else:
protocol = 'http'
return protocol
def ensure_valid_service(service):
if service not in valid_services.keys():
log("Invalid service requested: '{}'".format(service))
relation_set(admin_token=-1)
return
def add_endpoint(region, service, publicurl, adminurl, internalurl):
status_message = 'Updating endpoint for {}'.format(service)
log(status_message)
status_set('maintenance', status_message)
desc = valid_services[service]["desc"]
service_type = valid_services[service]["type"]
create_service_entry(service, service_type, desc)
create_endpoint_template(region=region, service=service,
publicurl=publicurl,
adminurl=adminurl,
internalurl=internalurl)
def get_requested_roles(settings):
"""Retrieve any valid requested_roles from dict settings"""
if ('requested_roles' in settings and
settings['requested_roles'] not in ['None', None]):
return settings['requested_roles'].split(',')
else:
return []
def get_requested_grants(settings):
"""Retrieve any valid requested_grants from dict settings
:param settings: dictionary which may contain key, requested_grants,
with comma delimited list of roles to grant.
:returns: list of roles to grant
"""
if ('requested_grants' in settings and
settings['requested_grants'] not in ['None', None]):
return settings['requested_grants'].split(',')
else:
return []
def setup_ipv6():
"""Check ipv6-mode validity and setup dependencies"""
ubuntu_rel = lsb_release()['DISTRIB_CODENAME'].lower()
if CompareHostReleases(ubuntu_rel) < "trusty":
raise Exception("IPv6 is not supported in the charms for Ubuntu "
"versions less than Trusty 14.04")
# Need haproxy >= 1.5.3 for ipv6 so for Trusty if we are <= Kilo we need to
# use trusty-backports otherwise we can use the UCA.
if (ubuntu_rel == 'trusty' and
CompareOpenStackReleases(os_release('keystone')) < 'liberty'):
add_source('deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu trusty-backports '
'main')
apt_update()
apt_install('haproxy/trusty-backports', fatal=True)
def send_notifications(data, force=False):
"""Send notifications to all units listening on the identity-notifications
interface.
Units are expected to ignore notifications that they don't expect.
NOTE: settings that are not required/inuse must always be set to None
so that they are removed from the relation.
:param data: Dict of key=value to use as trigger for notification. If the
last broadcast is unchanged by the addition of this data, the
notification will not be sent.
:param force: Determines whether a trigger value is set to ensure the
remote hook is fired.
"""
if not data or not is_elected_leader(CLUSTER_RES):
log("Not sending notifications (no data or not leader)", level=INFO)
return
rel_ids = relation_ids('identity-notifications')
if not rel_ids:
log("No relations on identity-notifications - skipping broadcast",
level=INFO)
return
keys = []
diff = False
# Get all settings previously sent
for rid in rel_ids:
rs = relation_get(unit=local_unit(), rid=rid)
if rs:
keys += list(rs.keys())
# Don't bother checking if we have already identified a diff
if diff:
continue
# Work out if this notification changes anything
for k, v in data.items():
if rs.get(k, None) != v:
diff = True
break
if not diff:
log("Notifications unchanged by new values so skipping broadcast",
level=INFO)
return
# Set all to None
_notifications = {k: None for k in set(keys)}
# Set new values
for k, v in data.items():
_notifications[k] = v
if force:
_notifications['trigger'] = str(uuid.uuid4())
# Broadcast
log("Sending identity-service notifications (trigger={})".format(force),
level=DEBUG)
for rid in rel_ids:
relation_set(relation_id=rid, relation_settings=_notifications)
def is_db_ready(use_current_context=False, db_rel=None):
"""Database relations are expected to provide a list of 'allowed' units to
confirm that the database is ready for use by those units.
If db relation has provided this information and local unit is a member,
returns True otherwise False.
"""
key = 'allowed_units'
db_rels = ['shared-db']
if db_rel:
db_rels = [db_rel]
rel_has_units = False
if use_current_context:
if not any([relation_id() in relation_ids(r) for r in db_rels]):
raise Exception("use_current_context=True but not in one of {} "
"rel hook contexts (currently in {})."
.format(', '.join(db_rels), relation_id()))
allowed_units = relation_get(attribute=key)
if allowed_units and local_unit() in allowed_units.split():
return True
# We are in shared-db rel but don't yet have permissions
log("{} does not yet have db permissions".format(local_unit()),
level=DEBUG)
return False
else:
for rel in db_rels:
for rid in relation_ids(rel):
for unit in related_units(rid):
allowed_units = relation_get(rid=rid, unit=unit,
attribute=key)
if allowed_units and local_unit() in allowed_units.split():
return True
rel_has_units = True
# If neither relation has units then we are probably in sqlite mode so
# return True.
return not rel_has_units
def determine_python_path():
"""Return the python-path
Determine if snap installed and return the appropriate python path.
Returns None unless the charm if neither condition is true.
:returns: string python path or None
"""
_python_path = 'lib/python2.7/site-packages'
if snap_install_requested():
return os.path.join(SNAP_BASE_DIR, _python_path)
else:
return None
def get_optional_interfaces():
"""Return the optional interfaces that should be checked if the relavent
relations have appeared.
:returns: {general_interface: [specific_int1, specific_int2, ...], ...}
"""
optional_interfaces = {}
if relation_ids('ha'):
optional_interfaces = {'ha': ['cluster']}
return optional_interfaces
def check_optional_relations(configs):
"""Check that if we have a relation_id for high availability that we can
get the hacluster config. If we can't then we are blocked. This function
is called from assess_status/set_os_workload_status as the charm_func and
needs to return either "unknown", "" if there is no problem or the status,
message if there is a problem.
:param configs: an OSConfigRender() instance.
:return 2-tuple: (string, string) = (status, message)
"""
if relation_ids('ha'):
try:
get_hacluster_config()
except:
return ('blocked',
'hacluster missing configuration: '
'vip, vip_iface, vip_cidr')
# return 'unknown' as the lowest priority to not clobber an existing
# status.
return 'unknown', ''
def assess_status(configs):
"""Assess status of current unit
Decides what the state of the unit should be based on the current
configuration.
SIDE EFFECT: calls set_os_workload_status(...) which sets the workload
status of the unit.
Also calls status_set(...) directly if paused state isn't complete.
@param configs: a templating.OSConfigRenderer() object
@returns None - this function is executed for its side-effect
"""
assess_status_func(configs)()
os_application_version_set(VERSION_PACKAGE)
def assess_status_func(configs):
"""Helper function to create the function that will assess_status() for
the unit.
Uses charmhelpers.contrib.openstack.utils.make_assess_status_func() to
create the appropriate status function and then returns it.
Used directly by assess_status() and also for pausing and resuming
the unit.
NOTE: REQUIRED_INTERFACES is augmented with the optional interfaces
depending on the current config before being passed to the
make_assess_status_func() function.
@param configs: a templating.OSConfigRenderer() object
@return f() -> None : a function that assesses the unit's workload status
"""
required_interfaces = REQUIRED_INTERFACES.copy()
required_interfaces.update(get_optional_interfaces())
return make_assess_status_func(
configs, required_interfaces,
charm_func=check_optional_relations,
services=services(),
ports=determine_ports())
def get_file_stored_domain_id(backing_file):
domain_id = None
if os.path.isfile(backing_file):
log("Loading stored domain id from {}".format(backing_file),
level=INFO)
with open(backing_file, 'r') as fd:
domain_id = fd.readline().strip('\n')
return domain_id
def pause_unit_helper(configs):
"""Helper function to pause a unit, and then call assess_status(...) in
effect, so that the status is correctly updated.
Uses charmhelpers.contrib.openstack.utils.pause_unit() to do the work.
@param configs: a templating.OSConfigRenderer() object
@returns None - this function is executed for its side-effect
"""
_pause_resume_helper(pause_unit, configs)
def resume_unit_helper(configs):
"""Helper function to resume a unit, and then call assess_status(...) in
effect, so that the status is correctly updated.
Uses charmhelpers.contrib.openstack.utils.resume_unit() to do the work.
@param configs: a templating.OSConfigRenderer() object
@returns None - this function is executed for its side-effect
"""
_pause_resume_helper(resume_unit, configs)
def _pause_resume_helper(f, configs):
"""Helper function that uses the make_assess_status_func(...) from
charmhelpers.contrib.openstack.utils to create an assess_status(...)
function that can be used with the pause/resume of the unit
@param f: the function to be used with the assess_status(...) function
@returns None - this function is executed for its side-effect
"""
f(assess_status_func(configs),
services=services(),
ports=determine_ports())
def post_snap_install():
""" Specific steps post snap install for this charm
"""
log("Perfoming post snap install tasks", INFO)
PASTE_SRC = ('{}/etc/keystone/keystone-paste.ini'
''.format(SNAP_BASE_DIR))
PASTE_DST = '{}/keystone-paste.ini'.format(SNAP_COMMON_KEYSTONE_DIR)
if os.path.exists(PASTE_SRC):
log("Perfoming post snap install tasks", INFO)
shutil.copy(PASTE_SRC, PASTE_DST)
def key_setup():
"""Initialize Fernet and Credential encryption key repositories
To setup the key repositories, calls (as user "keystone"):
keystone-manage fernet_setup
keystone-manage credential_setup
In addition we migrate any credentials currently stored in database using
the null key to be encrypted by the new credential key:
keystone-manage credential_migrate
Note that we only want to do this once, so we store success in the leader
settings (which we should be).
:raises: `:class:subprocess.CallProcessError` if either of the commands
fails.
"""
if os.path.exists(KEY_SETUP_FILE) or not is_leader():
return
base_cmd = ['sudo', '-u', 'keystone', 'keystone-manage']
try:
log("Setting up key repositories for Fernet tokens and Credential "
"encryption", level=DEBUG)
subprocess.check_call(base_cmd + ['fernet_setup'])
subprocess.check_call(base_cmd + ['credential_setup'])
subprocess.check_call(base_cmd + ['credential_migrate'])
# touch the file to create
open(KEY_SETUP_FILE, "w").close()
except subprocess.CalledProcessError as e:
log("Key repository setup failed, will retry in config-changed hook: "
"{}".format(e), level=ERROR)
def fernet_rotate():
"""Rotate Fernet keys
To rotate the Fernet tokens, and create a new staging key, it calls (as the
"keystone" user):
keystone-manage fernet_rotate
Note that we do not rotate the Credential encryption keys.
Note that this does NOT synchronise the keys between the units. This is
performed in `:function:`hooks.keystone_utils.fernet_leader_set`
:raises: `:class:subprocess.CallProcessError` if the command fails.
"""
log("Rotating Fernet tokens", level=DEBUG)
cmd = ['sudo', '-u', 'keystone', 'keystone-manage', 'fernet_rotate']
subprocess.check_call(cmd)
def key_leader_set():
"""Read current key sets and update leader storage
The keys are read from the `FERNET_KEY_REPOSITORY` and
`CREDENTIAL_KEY_REPOSITORY` directories. Note that this function will fail
if it is called on the unit that is not the leader.
:raises: :class:`subprocess.CalledProcessError` if the leader_set fails.
"""
disk_keys = {}
for key_repository in [FERNET_KEY_REPOSITORY, CREDENTIAL_KEY_REPOSITORY]:
disk_keys[key_repository] = {}
for key_number in os.listdir(key_repository):
with open(os.path.join(key_repository, key_number),
'r') as f:
disk_keys[key_repository][key_number] = f.read()
leader_set({'key_repository': json.dumps(disk_keys)})
def key_write():
"""Get keys from leader storage and write out to disk
The keys are written to the `FERNET_KEY_REPOSITORY` and
`CREDENTIAL_KEY_REPOSITORY` directories. Note that the keys are first
written to a tmp file and then moved to the key to avoid any races. Any
'excess' keys are deleted, which may occur if the "number of keys" has been
reduced on the leader.
"""
leader_keys = leader_get('key_repository')
if not leader_keys:
log('"key_repository" not in leader settings yet...', level=DEBUG)
return
leader_keys = json.loads(leader_keys)
for key_repository in [FERNET_KEY_REPOSITORY, CREDENTIAL_KEY_REPOSITORY]:
mkdir(key_repository,
owner=KEYSTONE_USER,
group=KEYSTONE_USER,
perms=0o700)
for key_number, key in leader_keys[key_repository].items():
tmp_filename = os.path.join(key_repository,
".{}".format(key_number))
key_filename = os.path.join(key_repository, key_number)
# write to tmp file first, move the key into place in an atomic
# operation avoiding any races with consumers of the key files
write_file(tmp_filename,
key,
owner=KEYSTONE_USER,
group=KEYSTONE_USER,
perms=0o600)
os.rename(tmp_filename, key_filename)
# now delete any keys that shouldn't be there
for key_number in os.listdir(key_repository):
if key_number not in leader_keys[key_repository].keys():
# ignore if it is not a file
if os.path.isfile(os.path.join(key_repository, key_number)):
os.remove(os.path.join(key_repository, key_number))
# also say that keys have been setup for this system.
open(KEY_SETUP_FILE, "w").close()
def fernet_keys_rotate_and_sync(log_func=log):
"""Rotate and sync the keys if the unit is the leader and the primary key
has expired.
The modification time of the staging key (key with index '0') is used,
along with the config setting "token_expiration" to determine whether to
rotate the keys, along with the function `fernet_enabled()` to test
whether to do it at all.
Note that the reason for using modification time and not change time is
that the former can be set by the operator as part of restoring the key
from backup.
The rotation time = token-expiration / (max-active-keys - 2)
where max-active-keys has a minumum of 3.
:param log_func: Function to use for logging
:type log_func: func
"""
if not keystone_context.fernet_enabled() or not is_leader():
return
if is_unit_paused_set():
log_func("Fernet key rotation requested but unit is paused",
level=INFO)
return
# now see if the keys need to be rotated
try:
last_rotation = os.stat(
os.path.join(FERNET_KEY_REPOSITORY, '0')).st_mtime
except OSError:
log_func("Fernet key rotation requested but key repository not "
"initialized yet", level=WARNING)
return
max_keys = max(config('fernet-max-active-keys'), 3)
expiration = config('token-expiration')
rotation_time = expiration // (max_keys - 2)
now = time.time()
if last_rotation + rotation_time > now:
# Nothing to do as not reached rotation time
log_func("No rotation until at least {}"
.format(
time.asctime(time.gmtime(last_rotation + rotation_time))),
level=DEBUG)
return
# now rotate the keys and sync them
fernet_rotate()
key_leader_set()
log_func("Rotated and started sync (via leader settings) of fernet keys",
level=INFO)
@cached
def container_scoped_relations():
'''Get all the container scoped relations'''
md = metadata()
relations = []
for relation_type in ('provides', 'requires', 'peers'):
for relation in md.get(relation_type, []):
if md[relation_type][relation].get('scope') == 'container':
relations.append(relation)
return relations
def is_expected_scale():
"""Query juju goal-state to determine whether our peer- and dependency-
relations are at the expected scale.
Useful for deferring per unit per relation housekeeping work until we are
ready to complete it successfully and without unnecessary repetiton.
Always returns True if version of juju used does not support goal-state.
:returns: True or False
:rtype: bool
"""
peer_type = 'cluster'
peer_rid = next((rid for rid in relation_ids(reltype=peer_type)), None)
if not peer_rid:
return False
deps = [
('shared-db',
next((rid for rid in relation_ids(reltype='shared-db')), None)),
]
if expect_ha():
deps.append(('ha',
next((rid for rid in relation_ids(reltype='ha')), None)))
try:
if (len(related_units(relid=peer_rid)) <
len(list(expected_peer_units()))):
return False
for dep in deps:
if not dep[1]:
return False
# Goal state returns every unit even for container scoped
# relations but the charm only ever has a relation with
# the local unit.
if dep[0] in container_scoped_relations():
expected_count = 1
else:
expected_count = len(
list(expected_related_units(reltype=dep[0])))
if len(related_units(relid=dep[1])) < expected_count:
return False
except NotImplementedError:
return True
return True
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