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authorDan Prince <dprince@redhat.com>2017-01-03 22:21:44 -0500
committerDan Prince <dprince@redhat.com>2017-02-15 12:56:44 -0500
commitad2ea290bed17bff9b53ac225d3604ed642ee8bc (patch)
tree75e24d906374e3b17d0a9463a6c00bc44c031913 /docker/docker-puppet.py
parentb06e49302d510d0e5f28c585c41c52ef5bc8ad13 (diff)
docker: new hybrid deployment architecture and configuration
This patch implements a new docker deployment architecture that should us to install docker services in a stepwise manner alongside of baremetal puppet services. This works by using Yaql to select docker specific services (docker/services/*.yaml) vs the puppet specific ones and then applying the selected Json to relevant Heat software deployments for docker and baremetal puppet in a stepwise fashion. Additionally the new architecture leverages new composable services interfaces from Newton to allow configuration of per-service container configuration sets (directories that are bind mounted into kolla containers) by using the Kolla containers themselves. It does this by spinning up a throw away "configuration only" version of the container being configured itself, then running the puppet apply in that container and copying the generated config files into /var/lib/config-data. This avoids having to install all of the OpenStack dependency packages in the heat-agent-container itself (our previous approach) and should allow us to configure a much wider variety of container config files that would otherwise be impossible with the previous shared approach. The new approach (combined) should allow us to configure containers in both the undercloud and overcloud and incrementally add CI coverage to services as we containerize them. Co-Authored-By: Martin André <m.andre@redhat.com> Co-Authored-By: Ian Main <imain@redhat.com> Co-Authored-By: Flavio Percoco <flavio@redhat.com> Change-Id: Ibcff99f03e6751fbf3197adefd5d344178b71fc2
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+#!/usr/bin/env python
+#
+# 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.
+
+# Shell script tool to run puppet inside of the given docker container image.
+# Uses the config file at /var/lib/docker-puppet/docker-puppet.json as a source for a JSON
+# array of [config_volume, puppet_tags, manifest, config_image, [volumes]] settings
+# that can be used to generate config files or run ad-hoc puppet modules
+# inside of a container.
+
+import json
+import os
+import subprocess
+import sys
+import tempfile
+
+
+# this is to match what we do in deployed-server
+def short_hostname():
+ subproc = subprocess.Popen(['hostname', '-s'],
+ stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
+ stderr=subprocess.PIPE)
+ cmd_stdout, cmd_stderr = subproc.communicate()
+ return cmd_stdout.rstrip()
+
+
+def pull_image(name):
+ print('Pulling image: %s' % name)
+ subproc = subprocess.Popen(['/usr/bin/docker', 'pull', name],
+ stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
+ stderr=subprocess.PIPE)
+ cmd_stdout, cmd_stderr = subproc.communicate()
+ print(cmd_stdout)
+ print(cmd_stderr)
+
+
+def rm_container(name):
+ print('Removing container: %s' % name)
+ subproc = subprocess.Popen(['/usr/bin/docker', 'rm', name],
+ stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
+ stderr=subprocess.PIPE)
+ cmd_stdout, cmd_stderr = subproc.communicate()
+ print(cmd_stdout)
+ print(cmd_stderr)
+
+
+config_file = os.environ.get('CONFIG', '/var/lib/docker-puppet/docker-puppet.json')
+print('docker-puppet')
+print('CONFIG: %s' % config_file)
+with open(config_file) as f:
+ json_data = json.load(f)
+
+# To save time we support configuring 'shared' services at the same
+# time. For example configuring all of the heat services
+# in a single container pass makes sense and will save some time.
+# To support this we merge shared settings together here.
+#
+# We key off of config_volume as this should be the same for a
+# given group of services. We are also now specifying the container
+# in which the services should be configured. This should match
+# in all instances where the volume name is also the same.
+
+configs = {}
+
+for service in json_data:
+ config_volume = service[0] or ''
+ puppet_tags = service[1] or ''
+ manifest = service[2] or ''
+ config_image = service[3] or ''
+ volumes = service[4] if len(service) > 4 else []
+
+ print('---------')
+ print('config_volume %s' % config_volume)
+ print('puppet_tags %s' % puppet_tags)
+ print('manifest %s' % manifest)
+ print('config_image %s' % config_image)
+ print('volumes %s' % volumes)
+ # We key off of config volume for all configs.
+ if config_volume in configs:
+ # Append puppet tags and manifest.
+ print("Existing service, appending puppet tags and manifest\n")
+ if puppet_tags:
+ configs[config_volume][1] = '%s,%s' % (configs[config_volume][1],
+ puppet_tags)
+ if manifest:
+ configs[config_volume][2] = '%s\n%s' % (configs[config_volume][2],
+ manifest)
+ if configs[config_volume][3] != config_image:
+ print("WARNING: Config containers do not match even though"
+ " shared volumes are the same!\n")
+ else:
+ print("Adding new service\n")
+ configs[config_volume] = service
+
+print('Service compilation completed.\n')
+
+for config_volume in configs:
+
+ service = configs[config_volume]
+ puppet_tags = service[1] or ''
+ manifest = service[2] or ''
+ config_image = service[3] or ''
+ volumes = service[4] if len(service) > 4 else []
+
+ if puppet_tags:
+ puppet_tags = "file,file_line,concat,%s" % puppet_tags
+ else:
+ puppet_tags = "file,file_line,concat"
+
+ print('---------')
+ print('config_volume %s' % config_volume)
+ print('puppet_tags %s' % puppet_tags)
+ print('manifest %s' % manifest)
+ print('config_image %s' % config_image)
+ hostname = short_hostname()
+
+ with open('/var/lib/docker-puppet/docker-puppet.sh', 'w') as script_file:
+ os.chmod(script_file.name, 0755)
+ script_file.write("""#!/bin/bash
+ set -ex
+ mkdir -p /etc/puppet
+ cp -a /tmp/puppet-etc/* /etc/puppet
+ rm -Rf /etc/puppet/ssl # not in use and causes permission errors
+ echo '{"step": 6}' > /etc/puppet/hieradata/docker.json
+ TAGS=""
+ if [ -n "%(puppet_tags)s" ]; then
+ TAGS='--tags "%(puppet_tags)s"'
+ fi
+ FACTER_hostname=%(hostname)s FACTER_uuid=docker /usr/bin/puppet apply --verbose $TAGS /etc/config.pp
+
+ # Disables archiving
+ if [ -z "%(no_archive)s" ]; then
+ rm -Rf /var/lib/config-data/%(name)s
+
+ # copying etc should be enough for most services
+ mkdir -p /var/lib/config-data/%(name)s/etc
+ cp -a /etc/* /var/lib/config-data/%(name)s/etc/
+
+ if [ -d /root/ ]; then
+ cp -a /root/ /var/lib/config-data/%(name)s/root/
+ fi
+ if [ -d /var/lib/ironic/tftpboot/ ]; then
+ mkdir -p /var/lib/config-data/%(name)s/var/lib/ironic/
+ cp -a /var/lib/ironic/tftpboot/ /var/lib/config-data/%(name)s/var/lib/ironic/tftpboot/
+ fi
+ if [ -d /var/lib/ironic/httpboot/ ]; then
+ mkdir -p /var/lib/config-data/%(name)s/var/lib/ironic/
+ cp -a /var/lib/ironic/httpboot/ /var/lib/config-data/%(name)s/var/lib/ironic/httpboot/
+ fi
+
+ # apache services may files placed in /var/www/
+ if [ -d /var/www/ ]; then
+ mkdir -p /var/lib/config-data/%(name)s/var/www
+ cp -a /var/www/* /var/lib/config-data/%(name)s/var/www/
+ fi
+ fi
+ """ % {'puppet_tags': puppet_tags, 'name': config_volume,
+ 'hostname': hostname,
+ 'no_archive': os.environ.get('NO_ARCHIVE', '')})
+
+ with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile() as tmp_man:
+ with open(tmp_man.name, 'w') as man_file:
+ man_file.write('include ::tripleo::packages\n')
+ man_file.write(manifest)
+
+ rm_container('docker-puppet-%s' % config_volume)
+ pull_image(config_image)
+
+ dcmd = ['/usr/bin/docker', 'run',
+ '--user', 'root',
+ '--name', 'docker-puppet-%s' % config_volume,
+ '--volume', '%s:/etc/config.pp:ro' % tmp_man.name,
+ '--volume', '/etc/puppet/:/tmp/puppet-etc/:ro',
+ '--volume', '/usr/share/openstack-puppet/modules/:/usr/share/openstack-puppet/modules/:ro',
+ '--volume', '/var/lib/config-data/:/var/lib/config-data/:rw',
+ '--volume', 'tripleo_logs:/var/log/tripleo/',
+ '--volume', '/var/lib/docker-puppet/docker-puppet.sh:/var/lib/docker-puppet/docker-puppet.sh:ro']
+
+ for volume in volumes:
+ dcmd.extend(['--volume', volume])
+
+ dcmd.extend(['--entrypoint', '/var/lib/docker-puppet/docker-puppet.sh'])
+
+ env = {}
+ if os.environ.get('NET_HOST', 'false') == 'true':
+ print('NET_HOST enabled')
+ dcmd.extend(['--net', 'host', '--volume',
+ '/etc/hosts:/etc/hosts:ro'])
+ dcmd.append(config_image)
+
+ subproc = subprocess.Popen(dcmd, stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
+ stderr=subprocess.PIPE, env=env)
+ cmd_stdout, cmd_stderr = subproc.communicate()
+ print(cmd_stdout)
+ print(cmd_stderr)
+ if subproc.returncode != 0:
+ print('Failed running docker-puppet.py for %s' % config_volume)
+ sys.exit(subproc.returncode)
+ else:
+ rm_container('docker-puppet-%s' % config_volume)