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# vim: tabstop=4 shiftwidth=4 softtabstop=4
# Copyright 2010 United States Government as represented by the
# Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
# All Rights Reserved.
# Copyright (c) 2010 Citrix Systems, Inc.
# Copyright (c) 2011 Piston Cloud Computing, Inc
# Copyright (c) 2011 OpenStack LLC
#
# 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
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
# License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
# under the License.
import hashlib
import os
import random
import re
from nova import exception
from nova import flags
from nova.openstack.common import cfg
from nova.openstack.common import jsonutils
from nova.openstack.common import log as logging
from nova import utils
from nova.virt import images
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
util_opts = [
cfg.StrOpt('image_info_filename_pattern',
default='$instances_path/$base_dir_name/%(image)s.info',
help='Allows image information files to be stored in '
'non-standard locations')
]
flags.DECLARE('instances_path', 'nova.compute.manager')
flags.DECLARE('base_dir_name', 'nova.compute.manager')
FLAGS = flags.FLAGS
FLAGS.register_opts(util_opts)
def execute(*args, **kwargs):
return utils.execute(*args, **kwargs)
def get_iscsi_initiator():
"""Get iscsi initiator name for this machine"""
# NOTE(vish) openiscsi stores initiator name in a file that
# needs root permission to read.
contents = utils.read_file_as_root('/etc/iscsi/initiatorname.iscsi')
for l in contents.split('\n'):
if l.startswith('InitiatorName='):
return l[l.index('=') + 1:].strip()
def create_image(disk_format, path, size):
"""Create a disk image
:param disk_format: Disk image format (as known by qemu-img)
:param path: Desired location of the disk image
:param size: Desired size of disk image. May be given as an int or
a string. If given as an int, it will be interpreted
as bytes. If it's a string, it should consist of a number
with an optional suffix ('K' for Kibibytes,
M for Mebibytes, 'G' for Gibibytes, 'T' for Tebibytes).
If no suffix is given, it will be interpreted as bytes.
"""
execute('qemu-img', 'create', '-f', disk_format, path, size)
def create_cow_image(backing_file, path):
"""Create COW image
Creates a COW image with the given backing file
:param backing_file: Existing image on which to base the COW image
:param path: Desired location of the COW image
"""
execute('qemu-img', 'create', '-f', 'qcow2', '-o',
'backing_file=%s' % backing_file, path)
def create_lvm_image(vg, lv, size, sparse=False):
"""Create LVM image.
Creates a LVM image with given size.
:param vg: existing volume group which should hold this image
:param lv: name for this image (logical volume)
:size: size of image in bytes
:sparse: create sparse logical volume
"""
free_space = volume_group_free_space(vg)
def check_size(size):
if size > free_space:
raise RuntimeError(_('Insufficient Space on Volume Group %(vg)s.'
' Only %(free_space)db available,'
' but %(size)db required'
' by volume %(lv)s.') % locals())
if sparse:
preallocated_space = 64 * 1024 * 1024
check_size(preallocated_space)
if free_space < size:
LOG.warning(_('Volume group %(vg)s will not be able'
' to hold sparse volume %(lv)s.'
' Virtual volume size is %(size)db,'
' but free space on volume group is'
' only %(free_space)db.') % locals())
cmd = ('lvcreate', '-L', '%db' % preallocated_space,
'--virtualsize', '%db' % size, '-n', lv, vg)
else:
check_size(size)
cmd = ('lvcreate', '-L', '%db' % size, '-n', lv, vg)
execute(*cmd, run_as_root=True, attempts=3)
def volume_group_free_space(vg):
"""Return available space on volume group in bytes.
:param vg: volume group name
"""
out, err = execute('vgs', '--noheadings', '--nosuffix',
'--units', 'b', '-o', 'vg_free', vg,
run_as_root=True)
return int(out.strip())
def remove_logical_volumes(*paths):
"""Remove one or more logical volume."""
if paths:
lvremove = ('lvremove', '-f') + paths
execute(*lvremove, attempts=3, run_as_root=True)
def get_disk_size(path):
"""Get the (virtual) size of a disk image
:param path: Path to the disk image
:returns: Size (in bytes) of the given disk image as it would be seen
by a virtual machine.
"""
out, err = execute('qemu-img', 'info', path)
size = [i.split('(')[1].split()[0] for i in out.split('\n')
if i.strip().find('virtual size') >= 0]
return int(size[0])
def get_disk_backing_file(path):
"""Get the backing file of a disk image
:param path: Path to the disk image
:returns: a path to the image's backing store
"""
out, err = execute('qemu-img', 'info', path)
backing_file = None
for line in out.split('\n'):
if line.startswith('backing file: '):
if 'actual path: ' in line:
backing_file = line.split('actual path: ')[1][:-1]
else:
backing_file = line.split('backing file: ')[1]
break
if backing_file:
backing_file = os.path.basename(backing_file)
return backing_file
def copy_image(src, dest):
"""Copy a disk image
:param src: Source image
:param dest: Destination path
"""
# We shell out to cp because that will intelligently copy
# sparse files. I.E. holes will not be written to DEST,
# rather recreated efficiently. In addition, since
# coreutils 8.11, holes can be read efficiently too.
execute('cp', src, dest)
def mkfs(fs, path, label=None):
"""Format a file or block device
:param fs: Filesystem type (examples include 'swap', 'ext3', 'ext4'
'btrfs', etc.)
:param path: Path to file or block device to format
:param label: Volume label to use
"""
if fs == 'swap':
execute('mkswap', path)
else:
args = ['mkfs', '-t', fs]
#add -F to force no interactive excute on non-block device.
if fs in ['ext3', 'ext4']:
args.extend(['-F'])
if label:
args.extend(['-n', label])
args.append(path)
execute(*args)
def ensure_tree(path):
"""Create a directory (and any ancestor directories required)
:param path: Directory to create
"""
execute('mkdir', '-p', path)
def write_to_file(path, contents, umask=None):
"""Write the given contents to a file
:param path: Destination file
:param contents: Desired contents of the file
:param umask: Umask to set when creating this file (will be reset)
"""
if umask:
saved_umask = os.umask(umask)
try:
with open(path, 'w') as f:
f.write(contents)
finally:
if umask:
os.umask(saved_umask)
def chown(path, owner):
"""Change ownership of file or directory
:param path: File or directory whose ownership to change
:param owner: Desired new owner (given as uid or username)
"""
execute('chown', owner, path, run_as_root=True)
def create_snapshot(disk_path, snapshot_name):
"""Create a snapshot in a disk image
:param disk_path: Path to disk image
:param snapshot_name: Name of snapshot in disk image
"""
qemu_img_cmd = ('qemu-img',
'snapshot',
'-c',
snapshot_name,
disk_path)
# NOTE(vish): libvirt changes ownership of images
execute(*qemu_img_cmd, run_as_root=True)
def delete_snapshot(disk_path, snapshot_name):
"""Create a snapshot in a disk image
:param disk_path: Path to disk image
:param snapshot_name: Name of snapshot in disk image
"""
qemu_img_cmd = ('qemu-img',
'snapshot',
'-d',
snapshot_name,
disk_path)
# NOTE(vish): libvirt changes ownership of images
execute(*qemu_img_cmd, run_as_root=True)
def extract_snapshot(disk_path, source_fmt, snapshot_name, out_path, dest_fmt):
"""Extract a named snapshot from a disk image
:param disk_path: Path to disk image
:param snapshot_name: Name of snapshot in disk image
:param out_path: Desired path of extracted snapshot
"""
qemu_img_cmd = ('qemu-img',
'convert',
'-f',
source_fmt,
'-O',
dest_fmt,
'-s',
snapshot_name,
disk_path,
out_path)
execute(*qemu_img_cmd)
def load_file(path):
"""Read contents of file
:param path: File to read
"""
with open(path, 'r+') as fp:
return fp.read()
def file_open(*args, **kwargs):
"""Open file
see built-in file() documentation for more details
Note: The reason this is kept in a separate module is to easily
be able to provide a stub module that doesn't alter system
state at all (for unit tests)
"""
return file(*args, **kwargs)
def file_delete(path):
"""Delete (unlink) file
Note: The reason this is kept in a separate module is to easily
be able to provide a stub module that doesn't alter system
state at all (for unit tests)
"""
return os.unlink(path)
def get_open_port(start_port, end_port):
"""Find an available port
:param start_port: Start of acceptable port range
:param end_port: End of acceptable port range
"""
for i in xrange(0, 100): # don't loop forever
port = random.randint(start_port, end_port)
# netcat will exit with 0 only if the port is in use,
# so a nonzero return value implies it is unused
cmd = 'netcat', '0.0.0.0', port, '-w', '1'
try:
stdout, stderr = execute(*cmd, process_input='')
except exception.ProcessExecutionError:
return port
raise Exception(_('Unable to find an open port'))
def get_fs_info(path):
"""Get free/used/total space info for a filesystem
:param path: Any dirent on the filesystem
:returns: A dict containing:
:free: How much space is free (in bytes)
:used: How much space is used (in bytes)
:total: How big the filesystem is (in bytes)
"""
hddinfo = os.statvfs(path)
total = hddinfo.f_frsize * hddinfo.f_blocks
free = hddinfo.f_frsize * hddinfo.f_bavail
used = hddinfo.f_frsize * (hddinfo.f_blocks - hddinfo.f_bfree)
return {'total': total,
'free': free,
'used': used}
def fetch_image(context, target, image_id, user_id, project_id):
"""Grab image"""
images.fetch_to_raw(context, image_id, target, user_id, project_id)
def get_info_filename(base_path):
"""Construct a filename for storing addtional information about a base
image.
Returns a filename.
"""
base_file = os.path.basename(base_path)
return (FLAGS.image_info_filename_pattern
% {'image': base_file})
def is_valid_info_file(path):
"""Test if a given path matches the pattern for info files."""
digest_size = hashlib.sha1().digestsize * 2
regexp = (FLAGS.image_info_filename_pattern
% {'image': ('([0-9a-f]{%(digest_size)d}|'
'[0-9a-f]{%(digest_size)d}_sm|'
'[0-9a-f]{%(digest_size)d}_[0-9]+)'
% {'digest_size': digest_size})})
m = re.match(regexp, path)
if m:
return True
return False
def read_stored_info(base_path, field=None):
"""Read information about an image.
Returns an empty dictionary if there is no info, just the field value if
a field is requested, or the entire dictionary otherwise.
"""
info_file = get_info_filename(base_path)
if not os.path.exists(info_file):
# Special case to handle essex checksums being converted
old_filename = base_path + '.sha1'
if field == 'sha1' and os.path.exists(old_filename):
hash_file = open(old_filename)
hash_value = hash_file.read()
hash_file.close()
write_stored_info(base_path, field=field, value=hash_value)
os.remove(old_filename)
d = {field: hash_value}
else:
d = {}
else:
LOG.info(_('Reading image info file: %s'), info_file)
f = open(info_file, 'r')
serialized = f.read().rstrip()
f.close()
LOG.info(_('Read: %s'), serialized)
try:
d = jsonutils.loads(serialized)
except ValueError, e:
LOG.error(_('Error reading image info file %(filename)s: '
'%(error)s'),
{'filename': info_file,
'error': e})
d = {}
if field:
return d.get(field, None)
return d
def write_stored_info(target, field=None, value=None):
"""Write information about an image."""
if not field:
return
info_file = get_info_filename(target)
ensure_tree(os.path.dirname(info_file))
d = read_stored_info(info_file)
d[field] = value
serialized = jsonutils.dumps(d)
LOG.info(_('Writing image info file: %s'), info_file)
LOG.info(_('Wrote: %s'), serialized)
f = open(info_file, 'w')
f.write(serialized)
f.close()
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