OpenStack-Ansible role for Bare Metal (ironic) service

OpenStack-Ansible role for Bare Metal (ironic) service

This is an OpenStack-Ansible role to deploy the Bare Metal (ironic) service. See the role-ironic spec for more information.

To clone or view the source code for this repository, visit the role repository for os_ironic.

Default variables

# Defaults file for openstack-ansible-ironic

# Verbosity Options
debug: False

# Set the package install state for distribution and pip packages
# Options are 'present' and 'latest'
ironic_package_state: "latest"
ironic_pip_package_state: "latest"

# These variables are used in 'developer mode' in order to allow the role
# to build an environment directly from a git source without the presence
# of an OpenStack-Ansible repo_server.
ironic_git_install_branch: stable/ocata
ironic_developer_mode: false
  - "git+{{ ironic_git_repo }}@{{ ironic_git_install_branch }}#egg=ironic"

# Name of the virtual env to deploy into
ironic_venv_tag: untagged
ironic_bin: "/openstack/venvs/ironic-{{ ironic_venv_tag }}/bin"

# System info
ironic_system_user_name: ironic
ironic_system_group_name: ironic
ironic_system_shell: /bin/bash
ironic_system_comment: ironic system user
ironic_system_home_folder: "/var/lib/{{ ironic_system_user_name }}"
ironic_system_log_folder: "/var/log/{{ ironic_system_user_name }}"
ironic_lock_path: /var/lock/ironic

# Ironic Program and Service names
ironic_api_program_name: apache2
ironic_conductor_program_name: ironic-conductor
ironic_oneviewd_program_name: ironic-oneviewd
python_ironic_client_program_name: ironic
    - "{{ ironic_api_program_name }}"
    - "{{ ironic_conductor_program_name }}"

ironic_service_name: ironic
ironic_service_type: baremetal
ironic_service_proto: http
ironic_service_publicuri_proto: "{{ openstack_service_publicuri_proto | default(ironic_service_proto) }}"
ironic_service_adminuri_proto: "{{ openstack_service_adminuri_proto | default(ironic_service_proto) }}"
ironic_service_internaluri_proto: "{{ openstack_service_internaluri_proto | default(ironic_service_proto) }}"
ironic_service_port: 6385
ironic_service_description: "Ironic baremetal provisioning service"
ironic_service_publicuri: "{{ ironic_service_publicuri_proto }}://{{ external_lb_vip_address }}:{{ ironic_service_port }}"
ironic_service_publicurl: "{{ ironic_service_publicuri }}"
ironic_service_adminuri: "{{ ironic_service_adminuri_proto }}://{{ internal_lb_vip_address }}:{{ ironic_service_port }}"
ironic_service_adminurl: "{{ ironic_service_adminuri }}"
ironic_service_internaluri: "{{ ironic_service_internaluri_proto }}://{{ internal_lb_vip_address }}:{{ ironic_service_port }}"
ironic_service_internalurl: "{{ ironic_service_internaluri }}"
ironic_program_name: ironic-api
ironic_service_region: RegionOne
ironic_service_project_name: "service"
ironic_service_project_domain_id: default
ironic_service_user_domain_id: default
ironic_service_role_name: "admin"
ironic_service_in_ldap: False

# Ironic image store information
ironic_swift_image_container: glance_images
ironic_swift_api_version: v1
# The ironic swift auth account and swift endpoints will be generated using the
#  known swift data as provided by swift stat. If you wish to set either of these
#  items to something else define these variables.
# ironic_swift_auth_account: AUTH_1234567890
# ironic_swift_endpoint: https://localhost:8080

# Is this Ironic installation working standalone?
# If you're wanting Ironic to work without being integrated to other OpenStack
# services, set this to True, and update the dhcp configuration appropriately
ironic_standalone: False

# Enables or disables automated cleaning. Automated cleaning
# is a configurable set of steps, such as erasing disk drives,
# that are performed on the node to ensure it is in a baseline
# state and ready to be deployed to.
ironic_automated_clean: false
# Set to 0 to disable erase devices on cleaning
ironic_erase_devices_priority: 10

## ironic-oneview
ironic_oneview_enabled: "{% if 'agent_pxe_oneview' in ironic_openstack_driver_list or
                               'agent_pxe_oneview' in ironic_standalone_driver_list or
                               'iscsi_pxe_oneview' in ironic_openstack_driver_list or
                               'iscsi_pxe_oneview' in ironic_standalone_driver_list %}True{% else %}False{% endif %}"
ironic_oneview_manager_url: ""
ironic_oneview_username: ""
ironic_oneview_password: ""
ironic_oneview_allow_insecure_connections: False
ironic_oneview_tls_cacert_file: "None"
ironic_oneview_max_polling_attempts: 12

# ironic-oneviewd
# Polling interval in seconds for daemon to manage the nodes
ironic_oneviewd_retry_interval: 15
# Size the of the RPC thread pool
ironic_oneviewd_rpc_thread_pool_size: 20
# (Optional) Whether to enable the periodic tasks for OneView
# driver be aware when OneView hardware resources are taken
# and released by Ironic or OneView users and proactively
# manage nodes in clean fail state according to Dynamic
# Allocation model of hardware resources allocation in
# OneView
ironic_oneviewd_enable_periodic_tasks: True
# Period (in seconds) for periodic tasks to be executed when
# enable_periodic_tasks is True
ironic_oneviewd_periodic_check_interval: "{{ ironic_oneviewd_retry_interval }}"
# (Optional) Enable auditing of OneView API requests
ironic_oneviewd_audit_enabled: False
# Path to map file for OneView audit cases. Used only when
# OneView API audit is enabled
ironic_oneviewd_audit_map_file: "None"
# Path to OneView audit log file. Created only when Oneview
# API audit is enabled.
ironic_oneviewd_audit_output_file: "None"

# Database
ironic_galera_user: ironic
ironic_galera_database: ironic

## Keystone authentication middleware
ironic_keystone_auth_plugin: password

# Neutron network - Set these in a playbook/task - can be set manually.
# Only "name" or "uuid" is needed, uuid will take preference if both are specified.
# The cleaning network is not required to be set - it will default to the same as
# the provisioning network if not specified.
# ironic_neutron_provisioning_network_uuid: "UUID for provisioning network in neutron"
# ironic_neutron_cleaning_network_uuid: "UUID for cleaning network in neutron"
# ironic_neutron_provisioning_network_name: "Name of provisioning network in neutron"
# ironic_neutron_cleaning_network_name: "Name of cleaning network in neutron"

# Integrated Openstack configuration
ironic_enabled_network_interfaces_list: "flat,noop{{ (ironic_neutron_provisioning_network_uuid is defined) | ternary(',neutron','') }}"
ironic_default_network_interface: "{{ (ironic_neutron_provisioning_network_uuid is defined) | ternary('neutron','flat') }}"
  - agent_ipmitool
  - pxe_ipmitool
ironic_openstack_driver_loaded_list: "{% for driver in ironic_openstack_driver_list %}{{ driver }}{% if not loop.last %},{% endif %}{% endfor %}"
ironic_openstack_auth_strategy: keystone
#ironic_openstack_api_url: ''  # Not required when we have keystone
ironic_openstack_dhcp_provider: neutron
ironic_openstack_sync_power_state_interval: 60
ironic_openstack_db_connection_string: "mysql+pymysql://{{ ironic_galera_user }}:{{ ironic_container_mysql_password }}@{{ ironic_galera_address }}/ironic"

# Standalone Ironic configuration
  - agent_ipmitool
ironic_standalone_driver_loaded_list: "{% for driver in ironic_standalone_driver_list %}{{ driver }}{% if not loop.last %},{% endif %}{% endfor %}"
ironic_standalone_auth_strategy: noauth
ironic_standalone_api_url: "{{ ironic_service_internaluri }}/"
ironic_standalone_dhcp_provider: none
ironic_standalone_sync_power_state_interval: -1
ironic_standalone_db_connection_string: "mysql+pymysql://{{ ironic_galera_user }}:{{ ironic_container_mysql_password }}@{{ ironic_galera_address }}/ironic"

# Ironic db tuning
ironic_db_max_overflow: 10
ironic_db_max_pool_size: 120
ironic_db_pool_timeout: 30

# Common configuration
ironic_node_name: ironic

# If you want to regenerate the ironic users SSH keys, on each run, set this
# var to True. Otherwise keys will be generated on the first run and not
# regenerated each run.
ironic_recreate_keys: False

# venv_download, even when true, will use the fallback method of building the
# venv from scratch if the venv download fails.
ironic_venv_download: "{{ not ironic_developer_mode | bool }}"

ironic_tftp_server_address: "{{ ansible_host }}"

  - virtualenv
  - virtualenv-tools
  - python-keystoneclient # Keystoneclient needed for the OSA keystone lib
  - httplib2 # for Ansible's uri module

  - ironic-oneview-cli
  - ironic-oneviewd

  - PyMySQL
  - ironic
  - python-ironicclient
  - python-swiftclient
  - pycrypto
  - python-memcached

## RabbitMQ info
ironic_rabbitmq_userid: ironic
ironic_rabbitmq_vhost: /ironic
ironic_rabbitmq_use_ssl: False
ironic_rabbitmq_port: 5672

# Auth
ironic_service_user_name: "ironic"

# Apache settings
ironic_wsgi_threads: 1
ironic_wsgi_processes_max: 16
ironic_wsgi_processes: "{{ [[ansible_processor_vcpus|default(4) // 4, 1] | max, ironic_wsgi_processes_max] | min }}"

### OpenStack Services to integrate with

# Glance
# ironic_glance_host: x.x.x.x
ironic_glance_auth_strategy: "{{ ironic_openstack_auth_strategy }}"

# Neutron
ironic_neutron_auth_strategy: "{{ ironic_openstack_auth_strategy }}"

# This variable is used by the repo_build process to determine
# which host group to check for members of before building the
# pip packages required by this role. The value is picked up
# by the py_pkgs lookup.
ironic_role_project_group: ironic_all

### Config Overrides
ironic_ironic_conf_overrides: {}
ironic_ironic_oneviewd_conf_overrides: {}
ironic_rootwrap_conf_overrides: {}
ironic_policy_overrides: {}

# pxe boot
ironic_pxe_append_params: "ipa-debug=1 systemd.journald.forward_to_console=yes"

Required variables


Example playbook

- name: Playbook for role testing
  hosts: localhost
  remote_user: root
    - role: openstack-ansible-os_ironic


This role supports the ironic-install and ironic-config tags. Use the ironic-install tag to install and upgrade. Use the ironic-config tag to maintain configuration of the service.

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