Source code for ceilometer.ipmi.notifications.ironic

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"""Converters for producing hardware sensor data sample messages from
notification events.

from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_log import log
import oslo_messaging as messaging

from ceilometer.agent import plugin_base
from ceilometer import sample

LOG = log.getLogger(__name__)

OPTS = [
               help='Exchange name for Ironic notifications.'),


# Map unit name to SI
    'Watts': 'W',
    'Volts': 'V',

def validate_reading(data):
    """Some sensors read "Disabled"."""
    return data != 'Disabled'

def transform_id(data):
    return data.lower().replace(' ', '_')

def parse_reading(data):
        volume, unit = data.split(' ', 1)
        unit = unit.rsplit(' ', 1)[-1]
        return float(volume), UNIT_MAP.get(unit, unit)
    except ValueError:
        raise InvalidSensorData('unable to parse sensor reading: %s' %

[docs]class InvalidSensorData(ValueError): pass
[docs]class SensorNotification(plugin_base.NotificationBase): """A generic class for extracting samples from sensor data notifications. A notification message can contain multiple samples from multiple sensors, all with the same basic structure: the volume for the sample is found as part of the value of a 'Sensor Reading' key. The unit is in the same value. Subclasses exist solely to allow flexibility with stevedore configuration. """ event_types = ['hardware.ipmi.*'] metric = None
[docs] def get_targets(self, conf): """oslo.messaging.TargetS for this plugin.""" return [messaging.Target(topic=topic, exchange=conf.ironic_exchange) for topic in self.get_notification_topics(conf)]
def _get_sample(self, message): try: return (payload for _, payload in message['payload'][self.metric].items()) except KeyError: return [] @staticmethod def _package_payload(message, payload): # NOTE(chdent): How much of the payload should we keep? payload['node'] = message['payload']['node_uuid'] info = {'publisher_id': message['publisher_id'], 'timestamp': message['payload']['timestamp'], 'event_type': message['payload']['event_type'], 'user_id': message['payload'].get('user_id'), 'project_id': message['payload'].get('project_id'), 'payload': payload} return info
[docs] def process_notification(self, message): """Read and process a notification. The guts of a message are in dict value of a 'payload' key which then itself has a payload key containing a dict of multiple sensor readings. If expected keys in the payload are missing or values are not in the expected form for transformations, KeyError and ValueError are caught and the current sensor payload is skipped. """ payloads = self._get_sample(message['payload']) for payload in payloads: try: # Provide a fallback resource_id in case parts are missing. resource_id = 'missing id' try: resource_id = '%(nodeid)s-%(sensorid)s' % { 'nodeid': message['payload']['node_uuid'], 'sensorid': transform_id(payload['Sensor ID']) } except KeyError as exc: raise InvalidSensorData('missing key in payload: %s' % exc) info = self._package_payload(message, payload) try: sensor_reading = info['payload']['Sensor Reading'] except KeyError as exc: raise InvalidSensorData( "missing 'Sensor Reading' in payload" ) if validate_reading(sensor_reading): volume, unit = parse_reading(sensor_reading) yield sample.Sample.from_notification( name='hardware.ipmi.%s' % self.metric.lower(), type=sample.TYPE_GAUGE, unit=unit, volume=volume, resource_id=resource_id, message=info, user_id=info['user_id'], project_id=info['project_id']) except InvalidSensorData as exc: LOG.warning( 'invalid sensor data for %(resource)s: %(error)s' % dict(resource=resource_id, error=exc) ) continue
[docs]class TemperatureSensorNotification(SensorNotification): metric = 'Temperature'
[docs]class CurrentSensorNotification(SensorNotification): metric = 'Current'
[docs]class FanSensorNotification(SensorNotification): metric = 'Fan'
[docs]class VoltageSensorNotification(SensorNotification): metric = 'Voltage'

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