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authorJames Slagle <jslagle@redhat.com>2015-09-11 16:55:24 -0400
committerJames Slagle <jslagle@redhat.com>2016-07-11 16:20:07 -0400
commitc3d595c49a6c507f16fd2c06cdecb9253dd326f6 (patch)
treedef25b243d5de09bc12805fd6277228674b6fbd5 /deployed-server/deployed-server.yaml
parent7bc8a86a76388d9ba50a2a1e51ec691e502f7869 (diff)
Use already Deployed/Installed servers
This patch provides a set of templates that enables tripleo-heat-templates to be used with a set of already deployed, installed, and running servers. In this method, Nova and Ironic are not used to deploy any servers. This approach is attractive for POC deployments where dedicated provisioning networks are not available, or other server install methods are dictated for various reasons. There are also assumptions that currently have to be made about the software installed on the already deployed servers. Effectively, they must match the standard TripleO overcloud-full image. Co-Authored-By: Steve Hardy <shardy@redhat.com> Change-Id: I4ab1531f69c73457653f1cca3fe30cc32a04c129
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+heat_template_version: 2014-10-16
+parameters:
+ image:
+ type: string
+ default: unused
+ flavor:
+ type: string
+ default: unused
+ key_name:
+ type: string
+ default: unused
+ security_groups:
+ type: json
+ default: []
+ # Require this so we can validate the parent passes the
+ # correct value
+ user_data_format:
+ type: string
+ user_data:
+ type: string
+ default: ''
+ name:
+ type: string
+ default: ''
+ image_update_policy:
+ type: string
+ default: ''
+ networks:
+ type: comma_delimited_list
+ default: ''
+ metadata:
+ type: json
+ default: {}
+ software_config_transport:
+ default: POLL_SERVER_CFN
+ type: string
+ scheduler_hints:
+ type: json
+ description: Optional scheduler hints to pass to nova
+ default: {}
+
+resources:
+ # We just need something which returns a unique ID, but we can't
+ # use RandomString because RefId returns the value, not the physical
+ # resource ID, SoftwareConfig should work as it returns a UUID
+ deployed-server:
+ type: OS::TripleO::DeployedServerConfig
+ properties:
+ user_data_format: SOFTWARE_CONFIG
+
+ InstanceIdConfig:
+ type: OS::Heat::StructuredConfig
+ properties:
+ group: os-apply-config
+ config:
+ instance-id: {get_attr: [deployed-server, "OS::stack_id"]}
+
+ InstanceIdDeployment:
+ type: OS::Heat::StructuredDeployment
+ properties:
+ config: {get_resource: InstanceIdConfig}
+ server: {get_resource: deployed-server}
+
+ HostsEntryConfig:
+ type: OS::Heat::SoftwareConfig
+ properties:
+ group: script
+ config: |
+ #!/bin/bash
+ set -eux
+ mkdir -p $heat_outputs_path
+ host=$(hostnamectl --static)
+ echo -n "$host " > $heat_outputs_path.hosts_entry
+ host_ip=$(python -c "import socket; print socket.gethostbyname(\"$host\")")
+ echo -n "$host_ip " >> $heat_outputs_path.hosts_entry
+ echo >> $heat_outputs_path.hosts_entry
+ cat $heat_outputs_path.hosts_entry
+ echo -n $host_ip > $heat_outputs_path.ip_address
+ cat $heat_outputs_path.ip_address
+ echo -n $host > $heat_outputs_path.hostname
+ cat $heat_outputs_path.hostname
+ outputs:
+ - name: hosts_entry
+ description: hosts_entry
+ - name: ip_address
+ description: ip_address
+ - name: hostname
+ description: hostname
+
+ HostsEntryDeployment:
+ type: OS::Heat::SoftwareDeployment
+ properties:
+ config: {get_resource: HostsEntryConfig}
+ server: {get_resource: deployed-server}
+
+ ControlPlanePort:
+ type: OS::Neutron::Port
+ properties:
+ network: ctlplane
+ name:
+ list_join:
+ - '-'
+ - - {get_attr: [HostsEntryDeployment, hostname]}
+ - ctlplane
+ - port
+ replacement_policy: AUTO
+
+outputs:
+ # FIXME(shardy) this is needed because TemplateResource returns an
+ # ARN not a UUID, which overflows the Deployment server_id column..
+ OS::stack_id:
+ value: {get_attr: [deployed-server, "OS::stack_id"]}
+ networks:
+ value:
+ ctlplane:
+ - {get_attr: [ControlPlanePort, fixed_ips, 0, ip_address]}
+ name:
+ value: {get_attr: [HostsEntryDeployment, hostname]}
+ hosts_entry:
+ value: {get_attr: [HostsEntryDeployment, hosts_entry]}
+ ip_address:
+ value: {get_attr: [HostsEntryDeployment, ip_address]}