Source code for SoftLayer.managers.hardware

    Hardware Manager/helpers

    :license: MIT, see LICENSE for more details.
import datetime
import logging
import socket
import time

from SoftLayer.decoration import retry
from SoftLayer import exceptions
from SoftLayer.exceptions import SoftLayerError
from SoftLayer.managers import ordering
from SoftLayer.managers.ticket import TicketManager
from SoftLayer import utils

LOGGER = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# Invalid names are ignored due to long method names and short argument names
# pylint: disable=invalid-name, no-self-use, too-many-lines

EXTRA_CATEGORIES = ['pri_ipv6_addresses',

[docs]class HardwareManager(utils.IdentifierMixin, object): """Manage SoftLayer hardware servers. Example:: # Initialize the Manager. # env variables. These can also be specified in ~/.softlayer, # or passed directly to SoftLayer.Client() # SL_USERNAME = YOUR_USERNAME # SL_API_KEY = YOUR_API_KEY import SoftLayer client = SoftLayer.Client() mgr = SoftLayer.HardwareManager(client) See product information here: :param SoftLayer.API.BaseClient client: the client instance :param SoftLayer.managers.OrderingManager ordering_manager: an optional manager to handle ordering. If none is provided, one will be auto initialized. """ def __init__(self, client, ordering_manager=None): self.client = client self.hardware = self.client['Hardware_Server'] self.account = self.client['Account'] self.resolvers = [self._get_ids_from_ip, self._get_ids_from_hostname] self.package_keyname = 'BARE_METAL_SERVER' if ordering_manager is None: self.ordering_manager = ordering.OrderingManager(client) else: self.ordering_manager = ordering_manager
[docs] def cancel_hardware(self, hardware_id, reason='unneeded', comment='', immediate=False): """Cancels the specified dedicated server. Example:: # Cancels hardware id 1234 result = mgr.cancel_hardware(hardware_id=1234) :param int hardware_id: The ID of the hardware to be cancelled. :param string reason: The reason code for the cancellation. This should come from :func:`get_cancellation_reasons`. :param string comment: An optional comment to include with the cancellation. :param bool immediate: If set to True, will automatically update the cancelation ticket to request the resource be reclaimed asap. This request still has to be reviewed by a human :returns: True on success or an exception """ # Get cancel reason reasons = self.get_cancellation_reasons() cancel_reason = reasons.get(reason, reasons['unneeded']) ticket_mgr = TicketManager(self.client) mask = 'mask[id, hourlyBillingFlag, billingItem[id], openCancellationTicket[id], activeTransaction]' hw_billing = self.get_hardware(hardware_id, mask=mask) if 'activeTransaction' in hw_billing: raise SoftLayerError("Unable to cancel hardware with running transaction") if 'billingItem' not in hw_billing: if utils.lookup(hw_billing, 'openCancellationTicket', 'id'): raise SoftLayerError("Ticket #%s already exists for this server" % hw_billing['openCancellationTicket']['id']) raise SoftLayerError("Cannot locate billing for the server. The server may already be cancelled.") billing_id = hw_billing['billingItem']['id'] if immediate and not hw_billing['hourlyBillingFlag']: LOGGER.warning("Immediate cancellation of monthly servers is not guaranteed." "Please check the cancellation ticket for updates.") result ='Billing_Item', 'cancelItem', False, False, cancel_reason, comment, id=billing_id) hw_billing = self.get_hardware(hardware_id, mask=mask) ticket_number = hw_billing['openCancellationTicket']['id'] cancel_message = "Please reclaim this server ASAP, it is no longer needed. Thankyou." ticket_mgr.update_ticket(ticket_number, cancel_message)"Cancelation ticket #%s has been updated requesting immediate reclaim", ticket_number) else: result ='Billing_Item', 'cancelItem', immediate, False, cancel_reason, comment, id=billing_id) hw_billing = self.get_hardware(hardware_id, mask=mask) ticket_number = hw_billing['openCancellationTicket']['id']"Cancelation ticket #%s has been created", ticket_number) return result
[docs] @retry(logger=LOGGER) def list_hardware(self, tags=None, cpus=None, memory=None, hostname=None, domain=None, datacenter=None, nic_speed=None, public_ip=None, private_ip=None, **kwargs): """List all hardware (servers and bare metal computing instances). :param list tags: filter based on tags :param integer cpus: filter based on number of CPUS :param integer memory: filter based on amount of memory in gigabytes :param string hostname: filter based on hostname :param string domain: filter based on domain :param string datacenter: filter based on datacenter :param integer nic_speed: filter based on network speed (in MBPS) :param string public_ip: filter based on public ip address :param string private_ip: filter based on private ip address :param dict \\*\\*kwargs: response-level options (mask, limit, etc.) :returns: Returns a list of dictionaries representing the matching hardware. This list will contain both dedicated servers and bare metal computing instances Example:: # Using a custom object-mask. Will get ONLY what is specified # These will stem from the SoftLayer_Hardware_Server datatype object_mask = "mask[hostname,monitoringRobot[robotStatus]]" result = mgr.list_hardware(mask=object_mask) """ if 'mask' not in kwargs: hw_items = [ 'id', 'hostname', 'domain', 'hardwareStatusId', 'globalIdentifier', 'fullyQualifiedDomainName', 'processorPhysicalCoreAmount', 'memoryCapacity', 'primaryBackendIpAddress', 'primaryIpAddress', 'datacenter', ] server_items = [ 'activeTransaction[id, transactionStatus[friendlyName,name]]', ] kwargs['mask'] = ('[mask[%s],' ' mask(SoftLayer_Hardware_Server)[%s]]' % (','.join(hw_items), ','.join(server_items))) _filter = utils.NestedDict(kwargs.get('filter') or {}) if tags: _filter['hardware']['tagReferences']['tag']['name'] = { 'operation': 'in', 'options': [{'name': 'data', 'value': tags}], } if cpus: _filter['hardware']['processorPhysicalCoreAmount'] = ( utils.query_filter(cpus)) if memory: _filter['hardware']['memoryCapacity'] = utils.query_filter(memory) if hostname: _filter['hardware']['hostname'] = utils.query_filter(hostname) if domain: _filter['hardware']['domain'] = utils.query_filter(domain) if datacenter: _filter['hardware']['datacenter']['name'] = ( utils.query_filter(datacenter)) if nic_speed: _filter['hardware']['networkComponents']['maxSpeed'] = ( utils.query_filter(nic_speed)) if public_ip: _filter['hardware']['primaryIpAddress'] = ( utils.query_filter(public_ip)) if private_ip: _filter['hardware']['primaryBackendIpAddress'] = ( utils.query_filter(private_ip)) kwargs['filter'] = _filter.to_dict() kwargs['iter'] = True return'Account', 'getHardware', **kwargs)
[docs] @retry(logger=LOGGER) def get_hardware(self, hardware_id, **kwargs): """Get details about a hardware device. :param integer id: the hardware ID :returns: A dictionary containing a large amount of information about the specified server. Example:: object_mask = "mask[id,networkVlans[vlanNumber]]" # Object masks are optional result = mgr.get_hardware(hardware_id=1234,mask=object_mask) """ if 'mask' not in kwargs: kwargs['mask'] = ( 'id,' 'globalIdentifier,' 'fullyQualifiedDomainName,' 'hostname,' 'domain,' 'provisionDate,' 'hardwareStatus,' 'processorPhysicalCoreAmount,' 'memoryCapacity,' 'notes,' 'privateNetworkOnlyFlag,' 'primaryBackendIpAddress,' 'primaryIpAddress,' 'networkManagementIpAddress,' 'userData,' 'activeComponents[id,hardwareComponentModel[' 'hardwareGenericComponentModel[id,hardwareComponentType[keyName]]]],' 'datacenter,' '''networkComponents[id, status, speed, maxSpeed, name, ipmiMacAddress, ipmiIpAddress, macAddress, primaryIpAddress, port, primarySubnet[id, netmask, broadcastAddress, networkIdentifier, gateway]],''' 'hardwareChassis[id,name],' 'activeTransaction[id, transactionStatus[friendlyName,name]],' '''operatingSystem[ softwareLicense[softwareDescription[manufacturer, name, version, referenceCode]], passwords[username,password]],''' '''softwareComponents[ softwareLicense[softwareDescription[manufacturer, name, version, referenceCode]], passwords[username,password]],''' 'billingItem[' 'id,nextInvoiceTotalRecurringAmount,' 'nextInvoiceChildren[nextInvoiceTotalRecurringAmount],' 'orderItem.order.userRecord[username]' '],' 'lastTransaction[transactionGroup],' 'hourlyBillingFlag,' 'tagReferences[id,tag[name,id]],' 'networkVlans[id,vlanNumber,networkSpace],' 'remoteManagementAccounts[username,password]' ) return self.hardware.getObject(id=hardware_id, **kwargs)
[docs] def reload(self, hardware_id, post_uri=None, ssh_keys=None, lvm=False): """Perform an OS reload of a server with its current configuration. :param integer hardware_id: the instance ID to reload :param string post_uri: The URI of the post-install script to run after reload :param list ssh_keys: The SSH keys to add to the root user :param bool lvm: A flag indicating that the provision should use LVM for all logical drives. """ config = {} if post_uri: config['customProvisionScriptUri'] = post_uri if ssh_keys: config['sshKeyIds'] = list(ssh_keys) if lvm: config['lvmFlag'] = lvm return self.hardware.reloadOperatingSystem('FORCE', config, id=hardware_id)
[docs] def rescue(self, hardware_id): """Reboot a server into the a recsue kernel. :param integer instance_id: the server ID to rescue Example:: result = mgr.rescue(1234) """ return self.hardware.bootToRescueLayer(id=hardware_id)
[docs] def change_port_speed(self, hardware_id, public, speed, redundant=None): """Allows you to change the port speed of a server's NICs. :param int hardware_id: The ID of the server :param bool public: Flag to indicate which interface to change. True (default) means the public interface. False indicates the private interface. :param int speed: The port speed to set. .. warning:: A port speed of 0 will disable the interface. Example:: #change the Public interface to 10Mbps on instance 12345 result = mgr.change_port_speed(hardware_id=12345, public=True, speed=10) # result will be True or an Exception """ if public: return'Hardware_Server', 'setPublicNetworkInterfaceSpeed', [speed, redundant], id=hardware_id) else: return'Hardware_Server', 'setPrivateNetworkInterfaceSpeed', [speed, redundant], id=hardware_id)
[docs] def place_order(self, **kwargs): """Places an order for a piece of hardware. See get_create_options() for valid arguments. :param string size: server size name or presetId :param string hostname: server hostname :param string domain: server domain name :param string location: location (datacenter) name :param string os: operating system name :param int port_speed: Port speed in Mbps :param list ssh_keys: list of ssh key ids :param string post_uri: The URI of the post-install script to run after reload :param boolean hourly: True if using hourly pricing (default). False for monthly. :param boolean no_public: True if this server should only have private interfaces :param list extras: List of extra feature names """ create_options = self._generate_create_dict(**kwargs) return self.ordering_manager.place_order(**create_options)
# return self.client['Product_Order'].placeOrder(create_options)
[docs] def verify_order(self, **kwargs): """Verifies an order for a piece of hardware. See :func:`place_order` for a list of available options. """ create_options = self._generate_create_dict(**kwargs) return self.ordering_manager.verify_order(**create_options)
[docs] def get_cancellation_reasons(self): """Returns a dictionary of valid cancellation reasons. These can be used when cancelling a dedicated server via :func:`cancel_hardware`. """ return { 'unneeded': 'No longer needed', 'closing': 'Business closing down', 'cost': 'Server / Upgrade Costs', 'migrate_larger': 'Migrating to larger server', 'migrate_smaller': 'Migrating to smaller server', 'datacenter': 'Migrating to a different SoftLayer datacenter', 'performance': 'Network performance / latency', 'support': 'Support response / timing', 'sales': 'Sales process / upgrades', 'moving': 'Moving to competitor', }
[docs] @retry(logger=LOGGER) def get_create_options(self, datacenter=None): """Returns valid options for ordering hardware. :param string datacenter: short name, like dal09 """ package = self._get_package() location_group_id = None if datacenter: _filter = {"name": {"operation": datacenter}} _mask = "mask[priceGroups]" dc_details ='SoftLayer_Location', 'getDatacenters', mask=_mask, filter=_filter, limit=1) if not dc_details: raise SoftLayerError("Unable to find a datacenter named {}".format(datacenter)) # A DC will have several price groups, no good way to deal with this other than checking each. # An item should only belong to one type of price group. for group in dc_details[0].get('priceGroups', []): # We only care about SOME of the priceGroups, which all SHOULD start with `Location Group X` # Hopefully this never changes.... if group.get('description').startswith('Location'): location_group_id = group.get('id') # Locations locations = [] for region in package['regions']: if datacenter is None or datacenter == region['location']['location']['name']: locations.append({ 'name': region['location']['location']['longName'], 'key': region['location']['location']['name'], }) # Sizes sizes = [] for preset in package['activePresets'] + package['accountRestrictedActivePresets']: sizes.append({ 'name': preset['description'], 'key': preset['keyName'], 'hourlyRecurringFee': _get_preset_cost(preset, package['items'], 'hourly', location_group_id), 'recurringFee': _get_preset_cost(preset, package['items'], 'monthly', location_group_id) }) operating_systems = [] port_speeds = [] extras = [] for item in package['items']: category = item['itemCategory']['categoryCode'] # Operating systems if category == 'os': operating_systems.append({ 'name': item['softwareDescription']['longDescription'], 'key': item['keyName'], 'referenceCode': item['softwareDescription']['referenceCode'], 'prices': get_item_price(item['prices'], location_group_id) }) # Port speeds elif category == 'port_speed': port_speeds.append({ 'name': item['description'], 'speed': item['capacity'], 'key': item['keyName'], 'prices': get_item_price(item['prices'], location_group_id) }) # Extras elif category in EXTRA_CATEGORIES: extras.append({ 'name': item['description'], 'key': item['keyName'], 'prices': get_item_price(item['prices'], location_group_id) }) return { 'locations': locations, 'sizes': sizes, 'operating_systems': operating_systems, 'port_speeds': port_speeds, 'extras': extras, }
@retry(logger=LOGGER) def _get_package(self): """Get the package related to simple hardware ordering.""" items_mask = 'mask[id,keyName,capacity,description,attributes[id,attributeTypeKeyName],' \ 'itemCategory[id,categoryCode],softwareDescription[id,referenceCode,longDescription],' \ 'prices[categories]]' # The preset prices list will only have default prices. The prices->item->prices will have location specific presets_mask = 'mask[prices]' region_mask = 'location[location[priceGroups]]' package = {'items': [], 'activePresets': [], 'accountRestrictedActivePresets': [], 'regions': []} package_info = self.ordering_manager.get_package_by_key(self.package_keyname, mask="mask[id]") package['items'] ='SoftLayer_Product_Package', 'getItems', id=package_info.get('id'), mask=items_mask) package['activePresets'] ='SoftLayer_Product_Package', 'getActivePresets', id=package_info.get('id'), mask=presets_mask) package['accountRestrictedActivePresets'] ='SoftLayer_Product_Package', 'getAccountRestrictedActivePresets', id=package_info.get('id'), mask=presets_mask) package['regions'] ='SoftLayer_Product_Package', 'getRegions', id=package_info.get('id'), mask=region_mask) return package def _generate_create_dict(self, size=None, hostname=None, domain=None, location=None, os=None, port_speed=None, ssh_keys=None, post_uri=None, hourly=True, no_public=False, extras=None, network=None, public_router=None, private_router=None): """Translates arguments into a dictionary for creating a server.""" extras = extras or [] package = self._get_package() items = package.get('items', {}) location_id = _get_location(package, location) key_names = [ '1_IP_ADDRESS', 'UNLIMITED_SSL_VPN_USERS_1_PPTP_VPN_USER_PER_ACCOUNT', 'REBOOT_KVM_OVER_IP' ] # Operating System key_names.append(os) # Bandwidth Options key_names.append( _get_bandwidth_key(items, hourly=hourly, no_public=no_public, location=location_id) ) # Port Speed Options # New option in v5.9.0 if network: key_names.append(network) # Legacy Option, doesn't support bonded/redundant else: key_names.append( _get_port_speed_key(items, port_speed, no_public, location=location_id) ) # Extras for extra in extras: key_names.append(extra) extras = { 'hardware': [{ 'hostname': hostname, 'domain': domain, }] } if private_router: extras['hardware'][0]['primaryBackendNetworkComponent'] = {"router": {"id": int(private_router)}} if public_router: extras['hardware'][0]['primaryNetworkComponent'] = {"router": {"id": int(public_router)}} if post_uri: extras['provisionScripts'] = [post_uri] if ssh_keys: extras['sshKeys'] = [{'sshKeyIds': ssh_keys}] order = { 'package_keyname': self.package_keyname, 'location': location, 'item_keynames': key_names, 'complex_type': 'SoftLayer_Container_Product_Order_Hardware_Server', 'hourly': hourly, 'preset_keyname': size, 'extras': extras, 'quantity': 1, } return order def _get_ids_from_hostname(self, hostname): """Returns list of matching hardware IDs for a given hostname.""" results = self.list_hardware(hostname=hostname, mask="id") return [result['id'] for result in results] def _get_ids_from_ip(self, ip): # pylint: disable=inconsistent-return-statements """Returns list of matching hardware IDs for a given ip address.""" try: # Does it look like an ip address? socket.inet_aton(ip) except socket.error: return [] # Find the server via ip address. First try public ip, then private results = self.list_hardware(public_ip=ip, mask="id") if results: return [result['id'] for result in results] results = self.list_hardware(private_ip=ip, mask="id") if results: return [result['id'] for result in results]
[docs] def edit(self, hardware_id, userdata=None, hostname=None, domain=None, notes=None, tags=None): """Edit hostname, domain name, notes, user data of the hardware. Parameters set to None will be ignored and not attempted to be updated. :param integer hardware_id: the instance ID to edit :param string userdata: user data on the hardware to edit. If none exist it will be created :param string hostname: valid hostname :param string domain: valid domain name :param string notes: notes about this particular hardware :param string tags: tags to set on the hardware as a comma separated list. Use the empty string to remove all tags. Example:: # Change the hostname on instance 12345 to 'something' result = mgr.edit(hardware_id=12345 , hostname="something") #result will be True or an Exception """ obj = {} if userdata: self.hardware.setUserMetadata([userdata], id=hardware_id) if tags is not None: self.hardware.setTags(tags, id=hardware_id) if hostname: obj['hostname'] = hostname if domain: obj['domain'] = domain if notes: obj['notes'] = notes if not obj: return True return self.hardware.editObject(obj, id=hardware_id)
[docs] def update_firmware(self, hardware_id, ipmi=True, raid_controller=True, bios=True, hard_drive=True): """Update hardware firmware. This will cause the server to be unavailable for ~20 minutes. :param int hardware_id: The ID of the hardware to have its firmware updated. :param bool ipmi: Update the ipmi firmware. :param bool raid_controller: Update the raid controller firmware. :param bool bios: Update the bios firmware. :param bool hard_drive: Update the hard drive firmware. Example:: # Check the servers active transactions to see progress result = mgr.update_firmware(hardware_id=1234) """ return self.hardware.createFirmwareUpdateTransaction( bool(ipmi), bool(raid_controller), bool(bios), bool(hard_drive), id=hardware_id)
[docs] def reflash_firmware(self, hardware_id, ipmi=True, raid_controller=True, bios=True): """Reflash hardware firmware. This will cause the server to be unavailable for ~60 minutes. The firmware will not be upgraded but rather reflashed to the version installed. :param int hardware_id: The ID of the hardware to have its firmware reflashed. :param bool ipmi: Reflash the ipmi firmware. :param bool raid_controller: Reflash the raid controller firmware. :param bool bios: Reflash the bios firmware. Example:: # Check the servers active transactions to see progress result = mgr.reflash_firmware(hardware_id=1234) """ return self.hardware.createFirmwareReflashTransaction( bool(ipmi), bool(raid_controller), bool(bios), id=hardware_id)
[docs] def wait_for_ready(self, instance_id, limit=14400, delay=10, pending=False): """Determine if a Server is ready. A server is ready when no transactions are running on it. :param int instance_id: The instance ID with the pending transaction :param int limit: The maximum amount of seconds to wait. :param int delay: The number of seconds to sleep before checks. Defaults to 10. """ now = time.time() until = now + limit mask = "mask[id, lastOperatingSystemReload[id], activeTransaction, provisionDate]" instance = self.get_hardware(instance_id, mask=mask) while now <= until: if utils.is_ready(instance, pending): return True transaction = utils.lookup(instance, 'activeTransaction', 'transactionStatus', 'friendlyName') snooze = min(delay, until - now)"%s - %d not ready. Auto retry in %ds", transaction, instance_id, snooze) time.sleep(snooze) instance = self.get_hardware(instance_id, mask=mask) now = time.time()"Waiting for %d expired.", instance_id) return False
[docs] def get_tracking_id(self, instance_id): """Returns the Metric Tracking Object Id for a hardware server :param int instance_id: Id of the hardware server """ return self.hardware.getMetricTrackingObjectId(id=instance_id)
[docs] def get_bandwidth_data(self, instance_id, start_date=None, end_date=None, direction=None, rollup=3600): """Gets bandwidth data for a server Will get averaged bandwidth data for a given time period. If you use a rollup over 3600 be aware that the API will bump your start/end date to align with how data is stored. For example if you have a rollup of 86400 your start_date will be bumped to 00:00. If you are not using a time in the start/end date fields, this won't really matter. :param int instance_id: Hardware Id to get data for :param date start_date: Date to start pulling data for. :param date end_date: Date to finish pulling data for :param string direction: Can be either 'public', 'private', or None for both. :param int rollup: 300, 600, 1800, 3600, 43200 or 86400 seconds to average data over. """ tracking_id = self.get_tracking_id(instance_id) data ='Metric_Tracking_Object', 'getBandwidthData', start_date, end_date, direction, rollup, id=tracking_id, iter=True) return data
[docs] def get_bandwidth_allocation(self, instance_id): """Combines getBandwidthAllotmentDetail() and getBillingCycleBandwidthUsage() """ a_mask = "mask[allocation[amount]]" allotment ='Hardware_Server', 'getBandwidthAllotmentDetail', id=instance_id, mask=a_mask) u_mask = "mask[amountIn,amountOut,type]" usage ='Hardware_Server', 'getBillingCycleBandwidthUsage', id=instance_id, mask=u_mask) if allotment: return {'allotment': allotment.get('allocation'), 'usage': usage} return {'allotment': allotment, 'usage': usage}
[docs] def get_storage_details(self, instance_id, nas_type): """Returns the hardware server attached network storage. :param int instance_id: Id of the hardware server :param nas_type: storage type. """ mask = 'mask[id,username,capacityGb,notes,serviceResourceBackendIpAddress,' \ 'allowedHardware[id,datacenter]]' return self.hardware.getAttachedNetworkStorages(nas_type, mask=mask, id=instance_id)
[docs] def get_storage_credentials(self, instance_id): """Returns the hardware server storage credentials. :param int instance_id: Id of the hardware server """ mask = 'mask[credential]' return self.hardware.getAllowedHost(mask=mask, id=instance_id)
[docs] def get_hard_drives(self, instance_id): """Returns the hardware server hard drives. :param int instance_id: Id of the hardware server """ return self.hardware.getHardDrives(id=instance_id)
[docs] def get_hardware_guests(self, instance_id): """Returns the hardware server guests. :param int instance_id: Id of the hardware server. """ mask = "mask[id]" virtual_host = self.hardware.getVirtualHost(mask=mask, id=instance_id) if virtual_host: return'SoftLayer_Virtual_Host', 'getGuests', mask='mask[powerState]', id=virtual_host['id']) return virtual_host
[docs] def get_hardware_item_prices(self, location): """Returns the hardware server item prices by location. :param string location: location to get the item prices. """ object_mask = "filteredMask[pricingLocationGroup[locations[regions]]]" object_filter = { "itemPrices": {"pricingLocationGroup": {"locations": {"regions": {"keyname": {"operation": location}}}}}} package = self.ordering_manager.get_package_by_key(self.package_keyname) return'SoftLayer_Product_Package', 'getItemPrices', mask=object_mask, filter=object_filter, id=package['id'])
[docs] def authorize_storage(self, hardware_id, username_storage): """Authorize File or Block Storage to a Hardware Server. :param int hardware_id: Hardware server id. :param string username_storage: Storage username. :return: bool. """ _filter = {"networkStorage": {"username": {"operation": username_storage}}} storage_result ='Account', 'getNetworkStorage', filter=_filter) if len(storage_result) == 0: raise SoftLayerError("The Storage with username: %s was not found, please" " enter a valid storage username" % username_storage) storage_template = [ { "id": storage_result[0]['id'], "username": username_storage } ] result ='Hardware', 'allowAccessToNetworkStorageList', storage_template, id=hardware_id) return result
[docs] def upgrade(self, instance_id, memory=None, nic_speed=None, drive_controller=None, public_bandwidth=None, disk=None, test=False): """Upgrades a hardware server instance. :param int instance_id: Instance id of the hardware server to be upgraded. :param int memory: Memory size. :param string nic_speed: Network Port Speed data. :param string drive_controller: Drive Controller data. :param int public_bandwidth: Public keyName data. :param list disk: List of disks to add or upgrade Hardware Server. :param bool test: Test option to verify the request. :returns: bool """ result = None maintenance_window_id = None upgrade_prices = self._get_upgrade_prices(instance_id) prices = [] data = {} if memory: data['memory'] = memory if nic_speed: data['nic_speed'] = nic_speed if drive_controller: data['disk_controller'] = drive_controller if public_bandwidth: data['bandwidth'] = public_bandwidth server_response = self.get_instance(instance_id) package_id = server_response['billingItem']['package']['id'] location_id = server_response['datacenter']['id'] maintenance_window = maintenance_window_detail = self.get_maintenance_windows_detail(location_id) if maintenance_window_detail: maintenance_window_id = maintenance_window_detail.get('id') order = { 'complexType': 'SoftLayer_Container_Product_Order_Hardware_Server_Upgrade', 'properties': [ { 'name': 'MAINTENANCE_WINDOW', 'value': maintenance_window.strftime("%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S%z") }, { 'name': 'MAINTENANCE_WINDOW_ID', 'value': str(maintenance_window_id) } ], 'hardware': [{'id': int(instance_id)}], 'packageId': package_id } if disk: prices = self._get_disk_price_list(instance_id, disk) order['prices'] = prices for option, value in data.items(): price_id = self._get_prices_for_upgrade_option(upgrade_prices, option, value) if not price_id: # Every option provided is expected to have a price raise exceptions.SoftLayerError( "Unable to find %s option with value %s" % (option, value)) prices.append({'id': price_id}) order['prices'] = prices if prices: if test: result = self.client['Product_Order'].verifyOrder(order) else: result = self.client['Product_Order'].placeOrder(order) return result
[docs] def get_maintenance_windows_detail(self, location_id): """Get the disks prices to be added or upgraded. :param int location_id: Hardware Server location id. :return int: """ result = None begin_date_object = begin_date = begin_date_object.strftime("%Y-%m-%dT00:00:00.0000-06:00") end_date_object = + datetime.timedelta(days=30) end_date = end_date_object.strftime("%Y-%m-%dT00:00:00.0000-06:00") result_windows = self.client['SoftLayer_Provisioning_Maintenance_Window'].getMaintenanceWindows(begin_date, end_date, location_id) if len(result_windows) > 0: result = result_windows[0] return result
[docs] @retry(logger=LOGGER) def get_instance(self, instance_id): """Get details about a hardware server instance. :param int instance_id: the instance ID :returns: A dictionary containing a large amount of information about the specified instance. """ mask = [ 'datacenter,billingItem[id,package[id,keyName],nextInvoiceChildren]' ] mask = "mask[%s]" % ','.join(mask) return self.hardware.getObject(id=instance_id, mask=mask)
def _get_upgrade_prices(self, instance_id): """Following Method gets all the price ids related to upgrading a Hardware Server. :param int instance_id: Instance id of the Hardware Server to be upgraded. :returns: list """ mask = [ 'id', 'locationGroupId', 'categories[name,id,categoryCode]', 'item[keyName,description,capacity,units]' ] mask = "mask[%s]" % ','.join(mask) return self.hardware.getUpgradeItemPrices(id=instance_id, mask=mask) @staticmethod def _get_prices_for_upgrade_option(upgrade_prices, option, value): """Find the price id for the option and value to upgrade. This :param list upgrade_prices: Contains all the prices related to a hardware server upgrade. :param string option: Describes type of parameter to be upgraded :return: int. """ price_id = None option_category = { 'memory': 'ram', 'nic_speed': 'port_speed', 'disk_controller': 'disk_controller', 'bandwidth': 'bandwidth' } if 'disk' in option: category_code = option else: category_code = option_category.get(option) for price in upgrade_prices: if price.get('categories') is None or price.get('item') is None: continue product = price.get('item') for category in price.get('categories'): if not category.get('categoryCode') == category_code: continue if option == 'disk_controller': if value == product.get('description'): price_id = price.get('id') elif option == 'nic_speed': if value.isdigit(): if str(product.get('capacity')) == str(value): price_id = price.get('id') else: split_nic_speed = value.split(" ") if str(product.get('capacity')) == str(split_nic_speed[0]) and \ split_nic_speed[1] in product.get("description"): price_id = price.get('id') elif option == 'bandwidth': if str(product.get('capacity')) == str(value): price_id = price.get('id') elif 'disk' in option: if str(product.get('capacity')) == str(value): price_id = price else: if str(product.get('capacity')) == str(value): price_id = price.get('id') return price_id def _get_disk_price_list(self, instance_id, disk): """Get the disks prices to be added or upgraded. :param int instance_id: Hardware Server instance id. :param list disk: List of disks to be added o upgraded to the HW. :return list. """ prices = [] disk_exist = False upgrade_prices = self._get_upgrade_prices(instance_id) server_response = self.get_instance(instance_id) for disk_data in disk: disk_channel = 'disk' + str(disk_data.get('number')) for item in utils.lookup(server_response, 'billingItem', 'nextInvoiceChildren'): if disk_channel == item['categoryCode']: disk_exist = True break if disk_exist: disk_price_detail = self._get_disk_price_detail(disk_data, upgrade_prices, disk_channel, 'add_disk') prices.append(disk_price_detail) else: disk_price_detail = self._get_disk_price_detail(disk_data, upgrade_prices, disk_channel, 'resize_disk') prices.append(disk_price_detail) return prices def _get_disk_price_detail(self, disk_data, upgrade_prices, disk_channel, disk_type): """Get the disk price detail. :param disk_data: List of disks to be added or upgraded. :param list upgrade_prices: List of item prices. :param String disk_channel: Disk position. :param String disk_type: Disk type. """ if disk_data.get('description') == disk_type: if "add" in disk_type: raise SoftLayerError("Unable to add the disk because this already exists.") if "resize" in disk_type: raise SoftLayerError("Unable to resize the disk because this does not exists.") else: price_id = self._get_prices_for_upgrade_option(upgrade_prices, disk_channel, disk_data.get('capacity')) if not price_id: raise SoftLayerError("The item price was not found for %s with 'capacity:' %i" % (disk_channel, disk_data.get('capacity'))) disk_price = { "id": price_id.get('id'), "categories": [ { "categoryCode": price_id['categories'][0]['categoryCode'], "id": price_id['categories'][0]['id'] } ] } return disk_price
[docs] def get_components(self, hardware_id, mask=None, filter_component=None): """Get details about a hardware components. :param int hardware_id: the instance ID :returns: A dictionary containing a large amount of information about the specified components. """ if not mask: mask = 'id,hardwareComponentModel[longDescription,' \ 'hardwareGenericComponentModel[description,hardwareComponentType[keyName]],' \ 'firmwares[createDate,version]]' if not filter_component: filter_component = {"components": { "hardwareComponentModel": { "firmwares": { "createDate": { "operation": "orderBy", "options": [ { "name": "sort", "value": [ "DESC" ] }, { "name": "sortOrder", "value": [ 1 ]}]} }}}} return'Hardware_Server', 'getComponents', mask=mask, filter=filter_component, id=hardware_id)
def _get_bandwidth_key(items, hourly=True, no_public=False, location=None): """Picks a valid Bandwidth Item, returns the KeyName""" keyName = None # Prefer pay-for-use data transfer with hourly for item in items: capacity = float(item.get('capacity', 0)) # Hourly and private only do pay-as-you-go bandwidth if any([utils.lookup(item, 'itemCategory', 'categoryCode') != 'bandwidth', (hourly or no_public) and capacity != 0.0, not (hourly or no_public) and capacity == 0.0]): continue keyName = item['keyName'] for price in item['prices']: if not _matches_billing(price, hourly): continue if not _matches_location(price, location): continue return keyName raise SoftLayerError("Could not find valid price for bandwidth option") def _get_port_speed_key(items, port_speed, no_public, location): """Choose a valid price id for port speed.""" keyName = None for item in items: if utils.lookup(item, 'itemCategory', 'categoryCode') != 'port_speed': continue # Check for correct capacity and if the item matches private only if any([int(utils.lookup(item, 'capacity')) != port_speed, _is_private_port_speed_item(item) != no_public, not _is_bonded(item)]): continue keyName = item['keyName'] for price in item['prices']: if not _matches_location(price, location): continue return keyName raise SoftLayerError("Could not find valid price for port speed: '%s'" % port_speed) def _matches_billing(price, hourly): """Return True if the price object is hourly and/or monthly.""" return any([hourly and price.get('hourlyRecurringFee') is not None, not hourly and price.get('recurringFee') is not None]) def _matches_location(price, location): """Return True if the price object matches the location.""" # the price has no location restriction if not price.get('locationGroupId'): return True # Check to see if any of the location groups match the location group # of this price object for group in location['location']['location']['priceGroups']: if group['id'] == price['locationGroupId']: return True return False def _is_private_port_speed_item(item): """Determine if the port speed item is private network only.""" for attribute in item['attributes']: if attribute['attributeTypeKeyName'] == 'IS_PRIVATE_NETWORK_ONLY': return True return False def _is_bonded(item): """Determine if the item refers to a bonded port.""" for attribute in item['attributes']: if attribute['attributeTypeKeyName'] == 'NON_LACP': return False return True def _get_location(package, location): """Get the longer key with a short location name.""" for region in package['regions']: if region['location']['location']['name'] == location: return region raise SoftLayerError("Could not find valid location for: '%s'" % location) def _get_preset_cost(preset, items, type_cost, location_group_id=None): """Get the preset cost. :param preset list: SoftLayer_Product_Package_Preset[] :param items list: SoftLayer_Product_Item[] :param type_cost string: 'hourly' or 'monthly' :param location_group_id int: locationGroupId's to get price for. """ # Location based pricing on presets is a huge pain. Requires a few steps # 1. Get the presets prices, which are only ever the default prices # 2. Get that prices item ID, and use that to match the packages item # 3. find the package item, THEN find that items prices # 4. from those item prices, find the one that matches your locationGroupId item_cost = 0.00 if type_cost == 'hourly': cost_key = 'hourlyRecurringFee' else: cost_key = 'recurringFee' for price in preset.get('prices', []): # Need to find the location specific price if location_group_id: # Find the item in the packages item list item_cost = find_item_in_package(cost_key, items, location_group_id, price) else: item_cost += float(price.get(cost_key)) return item_cost
[docs]def find_item_in_package(cost_key, items, location_group_id, price): """Find the item in the packages item list. Will return the item cost. :param string cost_key: item cost key hourlyRecurringFee or recurringFee. :param list items: items list. :param int location_group_id: locationGroupId's to get price for. :param price: price data. """ item_cost = 0.00 for item in items: # Same item as the price's item if item.get('id') == price.get('itemId'): # Find the items location specific price. for location_price in item.get('prices', []): if location_price.get('locationGroupId', 0) == location_group_id: item_cost += float(location_price.get(cost_key)) return item_cost
[docs]def get_item_price(prices, location_group_id=None): """Get item prices, optionally for a specific location. Will return the default pricing information if there isn't any location specific pricing. :param prices list: SoftLayer_Product_Item_Price[] :param location_group_id int: locationGroupId's to get price for. """ prices_list = [] location_price = [] for price in prices: # Only look up location prices if we need to if location_group_id: if price['locationGroupId'] == location_group_id: location_price.append(price) # Always keep track of default prices if not price['locationGroupId']: prices_list.append(price) # If this item has location specific pricing, return that if location_price: return location_price # Otherwise reutrn the default price list. return prices_list