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authorMichele Baldessari <michele@acksyn.org>2017-10-31 13:23:17 +0100
committerEmilien Macchi <emilien@redhat.com>2017-11-04 05:23:55 +0000
commitba80b2bec5bcfc638c670debf11a98bd491ec996 (patch)
tree7fe9515bc395fb24bc826b3f2a08844df6deeaac /docker/services/pacemaker/clustercheck.yaml
parent97ef5a574d3df23b68dd2a9eaa66a7923fce8d39 (diff)
Fix iptables rules override bug in clustercheck docker service
When deploying a composable HA overcloud with a database role split off to separate nodes we could observe a deployment failure due to galera never starting up properly. The reason for this was that instead of having the firewall rules for the galera bundle applied (i.e. those with the extra control-port for the bundle), we would see the firewall rules for the BM galera service. E.g. we would see the following on the host: tripleo.mysql.firewall_rules: { 104 mysql galera: { dport: [ 873, 3306, 4444, 4567, 4568, 9200 ] Instead of the correct mysq bundle firewall rules: tripleo.mysql.firewall_rules: 104 mysql galera-bundle: dport: [ 873, 3123, 3306, 4444, 4567, 4568, 9200 ] The reason for this is the following piece of code in https://github.com/openstack/tripleo-heat-templates/blob/master/docker/services/pacemaker/clustercheck.yaml#L62: ... MysqlPuppetBase: type: ../../../puppet/services/pacemaker/database/mysql.yaml properties: EndpointMap: {get_param: EndpointMap} ServiceData: {get_param: ServiceData} ServiceNetMap: {get_param: ServiceNetMap} DefaultPasswords: {get_param: DefaultPasswords} RoleName: {get_param: RoleName} RoleParameters: {get_param: RoleParameters} outputs: role_data: description: Containerized service clustercheck using composable services. value: service_name: clustercheck config_settings: {get_attr: [MysqlPuppetBase, role_data, config_settings]} logging_source: {get_attr: [MysqlPuppetBase, role_data, logging_source]} ... Depending on the ordering of the clustercheck service within the role (before or after the mysql service), the above code will override the tripleo.mysql.firewall_rules with the wrong rules because we derive from puppet/services/... which contain the BM firewall rules. Let's just switch to derive from the docker service so we do not risk getting the wrong firewall rules during the map_merge. Tested this change successfully on a composable HA with split-off DB nodes. Change-Id: Ie87b327fe7981d905f8762d3944a0e950dbd0bfa Closes-Bug: #1728918 (cherry picked from commit 3df6a4204a85b119cd67ccf176d5b72f9e550da6)
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diff --git a/docker/services/pacemaker/clustercheck.yaml b/docker/services/pacemaker/clustercheck.yaml
index b5d128d..6db8a21 100644
--- a/docker/services/pacemaker/clustercheck.yaml
+++ b/docker/services/pacemaker/clustercheck.yaml
@@ -44,8 +44,11 @@ resources:
type: ../containers-common.yaml
+# We import from the corresponding docker service because otherwise we risk
+# rewriting the tripleo.mysql.firewall_rules key with the baremetal firewall
+# rules (see LP#1728918)
- type: ../../../puppet/services/pacemaker/database/mysql.yaml
+ type: ../../../docker/services/pacemaker/database/mysql.yaml
EndpointMap: {get_param: EndpointMap}
ServiceData: {get_param: ServiceData}