Source code for libcloud.compute.drivers.cloudscale

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A driver for

import json

from libcloud.utils.py3 import httplib

from libcloud.common.base import ConnectionKey, JsonResponse
from libcloud.compute.types import Provider, NodeState
from libcloud.common.types import InvalidCredsError
from libcloud.compute.base import NodeDriver
from libcloud.compute.base import Node, NodeImage, NodeSize

[docs]class CloudscaleResponse(JsonResponse): valid_response_codes = [httplib.OK, httplib.ACCEPTED, httplib.CREATED, httplib.NO_CONTENT]
[docs] def parse_error(self): body = self.parse_body() if self.status == httplib.UNAUTHORIZED: raise InvalidCredsError(body['detail']) else: # We are taking the first issue here. There might be multiple ones, # but that doesn't really matter. It's nicer if the error is just # one error (because it's a Python API and there's only one # exception. return next(iter(body.values()))
[docs] def success(self): return self.status in self.valid_response_codes
[docs]class CloudscaleConnection(ConnectionKey): """ Connection class for the driver. """ host = '' responseCls = CloudscaleResponse
[docs] def add_default_headers(self, headers): """ Add headers that are necessary for every request This method adds ``token`` to the request. """ headers['Authorization'] = 'Bearer %s' % (self.key) headers['Content-Type'] = 'application/json' return headers
[docs]class CloudscaleNodeDriver(NodeDriver): """ Cloudscale's node driver. """ connectionCls = CloudscaleConnection type = Provider.CLOUDSCALE name = 'Cloudscale' website = '' NODE_STATE_MAP = dict( changing=NodeState.PENDING, running=NodeState.RUNNING, stopped=NodeState.STOPPED, paused=NodeState.PAUSED, ) def __init__(self, key, **kwargs): super(CloudscaleNodeDriver, self).__init__(key, **kwargs)
[docs] def list_nodes(self): ''' List all your existing compute nodes. ''' return self._list_resources('/v1/servers', self._to_node)
[docs] def list_sizes(self): ''' Lists all available sizes. On cloudscale these are known as flavors. ''' return self._list_resources('/v1/flavors', self._to_size)
[docs] def list_images(self): ''' List all images. Images are identified by slugs on This means that minor version upgrades (e.g. Ubuntu 16.04.1 to Ubuntu 16.04.2) will be possible within the same id ``ubuntu-16.04``. ''' return self._list_resources('/v1/images', self._to_image)
[docs] def create_node(self, name, size, image, location=None, ex_create_attr={}): """ Create a node. The `ex_create_attr` parameter can include the following dictionary key and value pairs: * `ssh_keys`: ``list`` of ``str`` ssh public keys * `volume_size_gb`: ``int`` defaults to 10. * `bulk_volume_size_gb`: defaults to None. * `use_public_network`: ``bool`` defaults to True * `use_private_network`: ``bool`` defaults to False * `use_ipv6`: ``bool`` defaults to True * `anti_affinity_with`: ``uuid`` of a server to create an anti-affinity group with that server or add it to the same group as that server. * `user_data`: ``str`` for optional cloud-config data :keyword ex_create_attr: A dictionary of optional attributes for droplet creation :type ex_create_attr: ``dict`` :return: The newly created node. :rtype: :class:`Node` """ attr = dict(ex_create_attr) attr.update( name=name,,, ) result = self.connection.request( '/v1/servers', data=json.dumps(attr), method='POST' ) return self._to_node(result.object)
[docs] def reboot_node(self, node): ''' Reboot a node. It's also possible to use ``node.reboot()``. ''' return self._action(node, 'reboot')
[docs] def ex_start_node(self, node): ''' Start a node. This is only possible if the node is stopped. ''' return self._action(node, 'start')
[docs] def ex_stop_node(self, node): ''' Stop a specific node. Similar to ``shutdown -h now``. This is only possible if the node is running. ''' return self._action(node, 'stop')
[docs] def ex_node_by_uuid(self, uuid): ''' :param str ex_user_data: A valid uuid that references your exisiting server. :type ex_user_data: ``str`` :return: The server node you asked for. :rtype: :class:`Node` ''' res = self.connection.request(self._get_server_url(uuid)) return self._to_node(res.object)
[docs] def destroy_node(self, node): ''' Delete a node. It's also possible to use ``node.destroy()``. This will irreversibly delete the server and all its volumes. So please be cautious. ''' res = self.connection.request( self._get_server_url(, method='DELETE' ) return res.status == httplib.NO_CONTENT
def _get_server_url(self, uuid): return '/v1/servers/%s' % uuid def _action(self, node, action_name): response = self.connection.request( self._get_server_url( + '/' + action_name, method='POST' ) return response.status == httplib.OK def _list_resources(self, url, tranform_func): data = self.connection.request(url, method='GET').object return [tranform_func(obj) for obj in data] def _to_node(self, data): state = self.NODE_STATE_MAP.get(data['status'], NodeState.UNKNOWN) extra_keys = ['volumes', 'interfaces', 'anti_affinity_with'] extra = {} for key in extra_keys: if key in data: extra[key] = data[key] public_ips = [] private_ips = [] for interface in data['interfaces']: if interface['type'] == 'public': ips = public_ips else: ips = private_ips for address_obj in interface['addresses']: ips.append(address_obj['address']) return Node( id=data['uuid'], name=data['name'], state=state, public_ips=public_ips, private_ips=private_ips, extra=extra, driver=self, image=self._to_image(data['image']), size=self._to_size(data['flavor']), ) def _to_size(self, data): extra = {'vcpu_count': data['vcpu_count']} ram = data['memory_gb'] * 1024 return NodeSize(id=data['slug'], name=data['name'], ram=ram, disk=10, bandwidth=0, price=0, extra=extra, driver=self) def _to_image(self, data): extra = {'operating_system': data['operating_system']} return NodeImage(id=data['slug'], name=data['name'], extra=extra, driver=self)