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authorRussell Teague <rteague@redhat.com>2017-08-24 13:30:20 -0400
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Remove unsupported playbooks and utilities
-rw-r--r--README.md12
-rw-r--r--README_AWS.md200
-rw-r--r--README_GCE.md136
-rw-r--r--README_libvirt.md163
-rw-r--r--README_openstack.md87
-rw-r--r--README_vagrant.md1
-rw-r--r--bin/README.md6
-rwxr-xr-xbin/cluster424
-rw-r--r--docs/repo_structure.md6
-rw-r--r--inventory/README.md6
-rw-r--r--inventory/aws/hosts/ec2.ini189
-rwxr-xr-xinventory/aws/hosts/ec2.py1511
-rw-r--r--inventory/aws/hosts/hosts1
-rwxr-xr-xinventory/gce/hosts/gce.py477
-rw-r--r--inventory/gce/hosts/hosts1
-rw-r--r--inventory/libvirt/hosts/hosts1
-rw-r--r--inventory/libvirt/hosts/libvirt.ini20
-rwxr-xr-xinventory/libvirt/hosts/libvirt_generic.py191
-rw-r--r--inventory/openstack/hosts/hosts1
-rwxr-xr-xinventory/openstack/hosts/openstack.py247
-rw-r--r--playbooks/README.md2
-rw-r--r--playbooks/aws/README.md4
-rw-r--r--playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/add_nodes.yml35
-rw-r--r--playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml25
-rw-r--r--playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/config.yml37
-rw-r--r--playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/launch.yml54
-rw-r--r--playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/list.yml23
-rw-r--r--playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/scaleup.yml32
-rw-r--r--playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/service.yml31
-rw-r--r--playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/tasks/launch_instances.yml188
-rw-r--r--playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/templates/user_data.j222
-rw-r--r--playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml77
-rw-r--r--playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/update.yml34
-rw-r--r--playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/vars.yml32
-rw-r--r--playbooks/byo/vagrant.yml4
-rw-r--r--playbooks/common/README.md7
-rw-r--r--playbooks/common/openshift-etcd/service.yml23
-rw-r--r--playbooks/common/openshift-loadbalancer/service.yml23
-rw-r--r--playbooks/common/openshift-master/service.yml23
-rw-r--r--playbooks/common/openshift-nfs/service.yml21
-rw-r--r--playbooks/common/openshift-node/service.yml26
-rw-r--r--playbooks/gce/README.md4
-rw-r--r--playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/add_nodes.yml43
-rw-r--r--playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml25
-rw-r--r--playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/config.yml36
l---------playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/filter_plugins1
-rw-r--r--playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/launch.yml67
-rw-r--r--playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/list.yml23
l---------playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/lookup_plugins1
l---------playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/roles1
-rw-r--r--playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/service.yml29
-rw-r--r--playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/tasks/launch_instances.yml65
-rw-r--r--playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml58
-rw-r--r--playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/update.yml34
-rw-r--r--playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/vars.yml18
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/README.md4
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml25
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/config.yml39
l---------playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/filter_plugins1
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/launch.yml57
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/list.yml23
l---------playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/lookup_plugins1
l---------playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/roles1
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/service.yml34
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/configure_libvirt.yml6
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/configure_libvirt_network.yml11
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/configure_libvirt_storage_pool.yml30
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/launch_instances.yml142
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/domain.xml65
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/meta-data3
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/network.xml23
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/storage-pool.xml6
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/user-data43
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml70
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/update.yml37
-rw-r--r--playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/vars.yml40
-rw-r--r--playbooks/openstack/README.md4
-rw-r--r--playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml25
-rw-r--r--playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/config.yml33
-rw-r--r--playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/files/heat_stack.yaml508
-rw-r--r--playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/files/heat_stack_server.yaml152
l---------playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/filter_plugins1
-rw-r--r--playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/launch.yml191
-rw-r--r--playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/list.yml24
l---------playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/lookup_plugins1
l---------playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/roles1
-rw-r--r--playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml49
-rw-r--r--playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/update.yml34
-rw-r--r--playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/vars.yml38
89 files changed, 8 insertions, 6522 deletions
diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
index 315c900..0212545 100644
--- a/README.md
+++ b/README.md
@@ -67,14 +67,10 @@ you are not running a stable release.
dnf install -y ansible pyOpenSSL python-cryptography python-lxml
```
-2. Setup for a specific cloud:
-
- - [AWS](http://github.com/openshift/openshift-ansible/blob/master/README_AWS.md)
- - [GCE](http://github.com/openshift/openshift-ansible/blob/master/README_GCE.md)
- - [local VMs](http://github.com/openshift/openshift-ansible/blob/master/README_libvirt.md)
- - Bring your own host deployments:
- - [OpenShift Enterprise](https://docs.openshift.com/enterprise/latest/install_config/install/advanced_install.html)
- - [OpenShift Origin](https://docs.openshift.org/latest/install_config/install/advanced_install.html)
+2. OpenShift Installation Documentation:
+
+ - [OpenShift Enterprise](https://docs.openshift.com/enterprise/latest/install_config/install/advanced_install.html)
+ - [OpenShift Origin](https://docs.openshift.org/latest/install_config/install/advanced_install.html)
## Containerized OpenShift Ansible
diff --git a/README_AWS.md b/README_AWS.md
deleted file mode 100644
index 650a921..0000000
--- a/README_AWS.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,200 +0,0 @@
-:warning: **WARNING** :warning: This feature is community supported and has not been tested by Red Hat. Visit [docs.openshift.com](https://docs.openshift.com) for [OpenShift Enterprise](https://docs.openshift.com/enterprise/latest/install_config/install/planning.html) or [OpenShift Origin](https://docs.openshift.org/latest/install_config/install/planning.html) supported installation docs.
-
-AWS Setup Instructions
-======================
-
-Get AWS API credentials
------------------------
-1. [AWS credentials documentation](http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSSimpleQueueService/latest/SQSGettingStartedGuide/AWSCredentials.html)
-
-
-Create a credentials file
--------------------------
-1. Create a credentials file (eg ~/.aws_creds) that looks something like this (variables must have have these exact names).
-```
- export AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID='AKIASTUFF'
- export AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY='STUFF'
-```
-2. source this file
-```
- source ~/.aws_creds
-```
-Note: You must source this file before running any Ansible commands.
-
-Alternatively, you could configure credentials in either ~/.boto or ~/.aws/credentials, see the [boto docs](http://docs.pythonboto.org/en/latest/boto_config_tut.html) for the format.
-
-Subscribe to CentOS
--------------------
-
-1. [CentOS on AWS](https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00O7WM7QW)
-
-
-Set up Security Group
----------------------
-By default, a cluster is launched into the `public` security group. Make sure you allow hosts to talk to each other on port `4789` for SDN.
-You may also want to allow access from the outside world on the following ports:
-
-```
-• 22/TCP - ssh
-• 80/TCP - Web Apps
-• 443/TCP - Web Apps (https)
-• 4789/UDP - SDN / VXLAN
-• 8443/TCP - OpenShift Console
-• 10250/TCP - kubelet
-```
-
-
-Determine your subnet and setup the VPC
----------------------------------------
-
-In the AWS VPC console, look up your subnet ID for the region you want to use and set it as such:
-
-- export ec2_vpc_subnet='my_vpc_subnet'
-
-Go to Your VPCs, select the VPC, and under Actions -> DNS Hostnames, set to Yes and Save.
-
-
-(Optional) Setup your $HOME/.ssh/config file
--------------------------------------------
-In case of a cluster creation, or any other case where you don't know the machine hostname in advance, you can use `.ssh/config`
-to setup a private key file to allow ansible to connect to the created hosts.
-
-To do so, add the the following entry to your $HOME/.ssh/config file and make it point to the private key file which allows you to login on AWS.
-```
-Host *.compute-1.amazonaws.com
- IdentityFile $HOME/.ssh/my_private_key.pem
-```
-
-Alternatively, you can configure your ssh-agent to hold the credentials to connect to your AWS instances.
-
-(Optional) Choose where the cluster will be launched
-----------------------------------------------------
-
-By default, a cluster is launched with the following configuration:
-
-- Instance type: m4.large
-- AMI: ami-7a9e9812 (for online deployments, ami-61bbf104 for origin deployments and ami-10663b78 for enterprise deployments)
-- Region: us-east-1
-- Keypair name: libra
-- Security group: public
-
-#### Master specific defaults:
-- Master root volume size: 10 (in GiBs)
-- Master root volume type: gp2
-- Master root volume iops: 500 (only applicable when volume type is io1)
-
-#### Node specific defaults:
-- Node root volume size: 10 (in GiBs)
-- Node root volume type: gp2
-- Node root volume iops: 500 (only applicable when volume type is io1)
-- Docker volume size: 25 (in GiBs)
-- Docker volume ephemeral: true (Whether the docker volume is ephemeral)
-- Docker volume type: gp2 (only applicable if ephemeral is false)
-- Docker volume iops: 500 (only applicable when volume type is io1)
-
-### Specifying ec2 instance type.
-
-#### All instances:
-
-- export ec2_instance_type='m4.large'
-
-#### Master instances:
-
-- export ec2_master_instance_type='m4.large'
-
-#### Infra node instances:
-
-- export ec2_infra_instance_type='m4.large'
-
-#### Non-infra node instances:
-
-- export ec2_node_instance_type='m4.large'
-
-#### etcd instances:
-
-- export ec2_etcd_instance_type='m4.large'
-
-If needed, these values can be changed by setting environment variables on your system.
-
-- export ec2_image='ami-307b3658'
-- export ec2_region='us-east-1'
-- export ec2_keypair='libra'
-- export ec2_security_groups="['public']"
-- export ec2_assign_public_ip='true'
-- export os_etcd_root_vol_size='20'
-- export os_etcd_root_vol_type='standard'
-- export os_etcd_vol_size='20'
-- export os_etcd_vol_type='standard'
-- export os_master_root_vol_size='20'
-- export os_master_root_vol_type='standard'
-- export os_node_root_vol_size='15'
-- export os_docker_vol_size='50'
-- export os_docker_vol_ephemeral='false'
-
-Install Dependencies
---------------------
-1. Ansible requires python-boto for aws operations:
-
-Fedora
-```
- dnf install -y ansible python-boto pyOpenSSL
-```
-
-RHEL/CentOS
-```
- yum install -y ansible python-boto pyOpenSSL
-```
-OSX:
-```
- pip install -U pyopenssl boto
-```
-
-
-Test The Setup
---------------
-1. cd openshift-ansible
-1. Try to list all instances (Passing an empty string as the cluster_id
-argument will result in all ec2 instances being listed)
-```
- bin/cluster list aws ''
-```
-
-Creating a cluster
-------------------
-1. To create a cluster with one master and two nodes
-```
- bin/cluster create aws <cluster-id>
-```
-
-Updating a cluster
----------------------
-1. To update the cluster
-```
- bin/cluster update aws <cluster-id>
-```
-
-Terminating a cluster
----------------------
-1. To terminate the cluster
-```
- bin/cluster terminate aws <cluster-id>
-```
-
-Specifying a deployment type
----------------------------
-The --deployment-type flag can be passed to bin/cluster to specify the deployment type
-1. To launch an OpenShift Enterprise cluster (requires a valid subscription):
-```
- bin/cluster create aws --deployment-type=openshift-enterprise <cluster-id>
-```
-Note: If no deployment type is specified, then the default is origin.
-
-
-## Post-ansible steps
-
-You should now be ready to follow the **What's Next?** section of the advanced installation guide to deploy your router, registry, and other components.
-
-Refer to the advanced installation guide for your deployment type:
-
-* [OpenShift Enterprise](https://docs.openshift.com/enterprise/latest/install_config/install/advanced_install.html#what-s-next)
-* [OpenShift Origin](https://docs.openshift.org/latest/install_config/install/advanced_install.html#what-s-next)
diff --git a/README_GCE.md b/README_GCE.md
deleted file mode 100644
index 99c8715..0000000
--- a/README_GCE.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,136 +0,0 @@
-:warning: **WARNING** :warning: This feature is community supported and has not been tested by Red Hat. Visit [docs.openshift.com](https://docs.openshift.com) for [OpenShift Enterprise](https://docs.openshift.com/enterprise/latest/install_config/install/index.html) or [OpenShift Origin](https://docs.openshift.org/latest/install_config/install/index.html) supported installation docs.
-
-GCE Setup Instructions
-======================
-
-Get a gce service key
----------------------
-1. Ask your GCE project administrator for a GCE service key
-
-Note: If your GCE project does not show a Service Account under <Project>/APIs & auth/Credentials, you will need to use "Create new Client ID" to create a Service Account before your administrator can create the service key for you.
-
-
-Convert a GCE service key into a pem (for ansible)
---------------------------------------------------
-1. mkdir -p ~/.gce
-1. The gce service key looks something like this: projectname-ef83bd90f261.p12
-.. The ef83bd90f261 part is the public hash (GCE_KEY_HASH), The projectname part, is the project name (PROJECT_NAME).
-1. Be in the same directory as the p12 key file.
-1. The commands below should be copy / paste-able
-1. Run these commands:
-```
- # Temporarily set hash variable and project name
- export GCE_KEY_HASH=ef83bd90f261
- export PROJECT_NAME=Project Name
- export PROJECT_ID=Project ID
-
- # Convert the service key (note: 'notasecret' is literally what we want here)
- openssl pkcs12 -in "${PROJECT_NAME}-${GCE_KEY_HASH}.p12" -passin pass:notasecret -nodes -nocerts | openssl rsa -out ${PROJECT_ID}-${GCE_KEY_HASH}.pem
-
- # Move the converted service key to the .gce dir
- mv ${PROJECT_ID}-${GCE_KEY_HASH}.pem ~/.gce
-```
-
-1. Once this is done, put the original service key file (projectname-ef83bd90f261.p12) somewhere safe, or delete it (your call, I don not know what else we will use it for, and we can always regen it if needed).
-
-
-Create a gce.ini file for GCE
---------------------------------
-* gce_service_account_email_address - Found in "APIs & auth" -> Credentials -> "Service Account" -> "Email Address"
-* gce_service_account_pem_file_path - Full path from previous steps
-* gce_project_id - Found in "Projects", it list all the gce projects you are associated with. The page lists their "Project Name" and "Project ID". You want the "Project ID"
-
-Mandatory customization variables (check the values according to your tenant):
-* zone = europe-west1-d
-* network = default
-
-Optional Variable Overrides:
-* gce_ssh_user - ssh user, defaults to the current logged in user
-* gce_machine_type = n1-standard-1 - default machine type
-* gce_machine_etcd_type = n1-standard-1 - machine type for etcd hosts
-* gce_machine_master_type = n1-standard-1 - machine type for master hosts
-* gce_machine_node_type = n1-standard-1 - machine type for node hosts
-* gce_machine_image = centos-7 - default image
-* gce_machine_etcd_image = centos-7 - image for etcd hosts
-* gce_machine_master_image = centos-7 - image for master hosts
-* gce_machine_node_image = centos-7 - image for node hosts
-
-
-1. vi ~/.gce/gce.ini
-1. make the contents look like this:
-```
-[gce]
-gce_service_account_email_address = long...@developer.gserviceaccount.com
-gce_service_account_pem_file_path = /full/path/to/project_id-gce_key_hash.pem
-gce_project_id = project_id
-zone = europe-west1-d
-network = default
-gce_machine_type = n1-standard-2
-gce_machine_master_type = n1-standard-1
-gce_machine_node_type = n1-standard-2
-gce_machine_image = centos-7
-gce_machine_master_image = centos-7
-gce_machine_node_image = centos-7
-
-```
-1. Define the environment variable GCE_INI_PATH so gce.py can pick it up and bin/cluster can also read it
-```
-export GCE_INI_PATH=~/.gce/gce.ini
-```
-
-
-Install Dependencies
---------------------
-1. Ansible requires libcloud for gce operations:
-```
- yum install -y ansible python-libcloud
-```
-
-> Installation using Mac OSX requires pycrypto library
->
-> <kbd>$ pip install pycrypto</kbd>
-
-Test The Setup
---------------
-1. cd openshift-ansible/
-1. Try to list all instances (Passing an empty string as the cluster_id
-argument will result in all gce instances being listed)
-```
- bin/cluster list gce ''
-```
-
-Creating a cluster
-------------------
-1. To create a cluster with one master, one infra node, and two compute nodes
-```
- bin/cluster create gce <cluster-id>
-```
-1. To create a cluster with 3 masters, 3 etcd hosts, 2 infra nodes and 10
-compute nodes
-```
- bin/cluster create gce -m 3 -e 3 -i 2 -n 10 <cluster-id>
-```
-
-Updating a cluster
----------------------
-1. To update the cluster
-```
- bin/cluster update gce <cluster-id>
-```
-
-Add additional nodes
----------------------
-1. To add additional infra nodes
-```
- bin/cluster add-nodes gce -i <num nodes> <cluster-id>
-```
-1. To add additional compute nodes
-```
- bin/cluster add-nodes gce -n <num nodes> <cluster-id>
-```
-Terminating a cluster
----------------------
-1. To terminate the cluster
-```
- bin/cluster terminate gce <cluster-id>
-```
diff --git a/README_libvirt.md b/README_libvirt.md
deleted file mode 100644
index 1661681..0000000
--- a/README_libvirt.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,163 +0,0 @@
-:warning: **WARNING** :warning: This feature is community supported and has not been tested by Red Hat. Visit [docs.openshift.com](https://docs.openshift.com) for [OpenShift Enterprise](https://docs.openshift.com/enterprise/latest/install_config/install/index.html) or [OpenShift Origin](https://docs.openshift.org/latest/install_config/install/index.html) supported installation docs.
-
-LIBVIRT Setup instructions
-==========================
-
-`libvirt` is an `openshift-ansible` provider that uses `libvirt` to create local Fedora VMs that are provisioned exactly the same way that cloud VMs would be provisioned.
-
-This makes `libvirt` useful to develop, test and debug OpenShift and openshift-ansible locally on the developer’s workstation before going to the cloud.
-
-Install dependencies
---------------------
-
-1. Install [ansible](http://www.ansible.com/)
-2. Install [dnsmasq](http://www.thekelleys.org.uk/dnsmasq/doc.html)
-3. Install [ebtables](http://ebtables.netfilter.org/)
-4. Install [qemu and qemu-system-x86](http://wiki.qemu.org/Main_Page)
-5. Install [libvirt-python and libvirt](http://libvirt.org/)
-6. Install [genisoimage](http://cdrkit.org/) or [mkisofs](http://cdrtools.sourceforge.net/private/cdrecord.html)
-7. Enable and start the libvirt daemon, e.g:
- - `systemctl enable libvirtd`
- - `systemctl start libvirtd`
-8. [Grant libvirt access to your user¹](https://libvirt.org/aclpolkit.html)
-9. Check that your `$HOME` is accessible to the qemu user²
-10. Configure dns resolution on the host³
-11. Install libselinux-python
-12. Ensure you have an SSH private and public keypair at `~/.ssh/id_rsa` and `~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub`⁴
-
-#### ¹ Depending on your distribution, libvirt access may be denied by default or may require a password at each access.
-
-You can test it with the following command:
-
-```
-virsh -c qemu:///system pool-list
-```
-
-If you have access error messages, please read https://libvirt.org/acl.html and https://libvirt.org/aclpolkit.html .
-
-In short, if your libvirt has been compiled with Polkit support (ex: Arch, Fedora 21), you can create `/etc/polkit-1/rules.d/50-org.libvirt.unix.manage.rules` as follows to grant full access to libvirt to `$USER`
-
-```
-sudo /bin/sh -c "cat - > /etc/polkit-1/rules.d/50-org.libvirt.unix.manage.rules" << EOF
-polkit.addRule(function(action, subject) {
- if (action.id == "org.libvirt.unix.manage" &&
- subject.user == "$USER") {
- return polkit.Result.YES;
- polkit.log("action=" + action);
- polkit.log("subject=" + subject);
- }
-});
-EOF
-```
-
-If your libvirt has not been compiled with Polkit (ex: Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS), check the permissions on the libvirt unix socket:
-
-```
-ls -l /var/run/libvirt/libvirt-sock
-srwxrwx--- 1 root libvirtd 0 févr. 12 16:03 /var/run/libvirt/libvirt-sock
-
-usermod -a -G libvirtd $USER
-# $USER needs to logout/login to have the new group be taken into account
-```
-
-(Replace `$USER` with your login name)
-
-#### ² Qemu will run with a specific user. It must have access to the VMs drives
-
-All the disk drive resources needed by the VMs (Fedora disk image, cloud-init files) are put inside `~/libvirt-storage-pool-openshift/`.
-
-As we’re using the `qemu:///system` instance of libvirt, qemu will run with a specific `user:group` distinct from your user. It is configured in `/etc/libvirt/qemu.conf`. That qemu user must have access to that libvirt storage pool.
-
-If your `$HOME` is world readable, everything is fine. If your `$HOME` is private, `ansible` will fail with an error message like:
-
-```
-error: Cannot access storage file '$HOME/libvirt-storage-pool-openshift/lenaic-master-216d8.qcow2' (as uid:99, gid:78): Permission denied
-```
-
-In order to fix that issue, you have several possibilities:
- * set `libvirt_storage_pool_path` inside `playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/launch.yml` and `playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml` to a directory:
- * backed by a filesystem with a lot of free disk space
- * writable by your user;
- * accessible by the qemu user.
- * Grant the qemu user access to the storage pool.
-
-On Arch or Fedora 22+:
-
-```
-setfacl -m g:kvm:--x ~
-```
-
-#### ³ Enabling DNS resolution to your guest VMs with NetworkManager
-
-- Verify NetworkManager is configured to use dnsmasq:
-
-```sh
-$ sudo vi /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf
-[main]
-dns=dnsmasq
-```
-
-- Configure dnsmasq to use the Virtual Network router for example.com:
-
-```sh
-sudo vi /etc/NetworkManager/dnsmasq.d/libvirt_dnsmasq.conf
-server=/example.com/192.168.55.1
-```
-
-#### ⁴ Private and public keypair in ~/.ssh/id_rsa and ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
-
-This playbook uses SSH keys to communicate with the libvirt-driven virtual machines. At this time the names of those keys are fixed and cannot be changed.
-
-
-Test The Setup
---------------
-
-1. cd openshift-ansible/
-2. Try to list all instances (Passing an empty string as the cluster_id argument will result in all libvirt instances being listed)
-
-```
- bin/cluster list libvirt ''
-```
-
-Configuration
--------------
-
-The following options can be passed via the `-o` flag of the `create` command or as environment variables:
-
-* `image_url` (default to `http://cloud.centos.org/centos/7/images/CentOS-7-x86_64-GenericCloud.qcow2.xz`): URL of the QCOW2 image to download
-* `image_name` (default to `CentOS-7-x86_64-GenericCloud.qcow2`): Name of the QCOW2 image to boot the VMs on
-* `image_compression` (default to `xz`): Source QCOW2 compression (only xz supported at this time)
-* `image_sha256` (default to `dd0f5e610e7c5ffacaca35ed7a78a19142a588f4543da77b61c1fb0d74400471`): Expected SHA256 checksum of the downloaded image
-* `libvirt_storage_pool` (default to `openshift-ansible`): name of the libvirt storage pool for the VM images. It will be created if it does not exist
-* `libvirt_storage_pool_path` (default to `$HOME/libvirt-storage-pool-openshift-ansible`): path to `libvirt_storage_pool`, i.e. where the VM images are stored
-* `libvirt_network` (default to `openshift-ansible`): name of the libvirt network that the VMs will use. It will be created if it does not exist
-* `libvirt_instance_memory_mib` (default to `1024`): memory of the VMs in MiB
-* `libvirt_instance_vcpu` (default to `2`): number of vCPUs of the VMs
-* `skip_image_download` (default to `no`): Skip QCOW2 image download. This requires the `image_name` QCOW2 image to be already present in `$HOME/libvirt-storage-pool-openshift-ansible`
-
-Creating a cluster
-------------------
-
-1. To create a cluster with one master and two nodes
-
-```
- bin/cluster create libvirt lenaic
-```
-
-Updating a cluster
-------------------
-
-1. To update the cluster
-
-```
- bin/cluster update libvirt lenaic
-```
-
-Terminating a cluster
----------------------
-
-1. To terminate the cluster
-
-```
- bin/cluster terminate libvirt lenaic
-```
diff --git a/README_openstack.md b/README_openstack.md
deleted file mode 100644
index 2578488..0000000
--- a/README_openstack.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,87 +0,0 @@
-:warning: **WARNING** :warning: This feature is community supported and has not been tested by Red Hat. Visit [docs.openshift.com](https://docs.openshift.com) for [OpenShift Enterprise](https://docs.openshift.com/enterprise/latest/install_config/install/index.html) or [OpenShift Origin](https://docs.openshift.org/latest/install_config/install/index.html) supported installation docs.
-
-OPENSTACK Setup instructions
-============================
-
-Requirements
-------------
-
-The OpenStack instance must have Neutron and Heat enabled.
-
-Install Dependencies
---------------------
-
-1. The OpenStack python clients for Nova, Neutron and Heat are required:
-
-* `python-novaclient`
-* `python-neutronclient`
-* `python-heatclient`
-
-On Fedora:
-```
- dnf install -y ansible python-novaclient python-neutronclient python-heatclient
-```
-
-On RHEL / CentOS:
-```
- yum install -y ansible python-novaclient python-neutronclient python-heatclient
- sudo pip install shade
-```
-
-Configuration
--------------
-
-The following options can be passed via the `-o` flag of the `create` command:
-
-* `infra_heat_stack` (default to `playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/files/heat_stack.yaml`): filename of the HEAT template to use to create the cluster infrastructure
-
-The following options are used only by `heat_stack.yaml`. They are so used only if the `infra_heat_stack` option is left with its default value.
-
-* `image_name`: Name of the image to use to spawn VMs
-* `public_key` (default to `~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub`): filename of the ssh public key
-* `etcd_flavor` (default to `m1.small`): The ID or name of the flavor for the etcd nodes
-* `master_flavor` (default to `m1.small`): The ID or name of the flavor for the master
-* `node_flavor` (default to `m1.medium`): The ID or name of the flavor for the compute nodes
-* `infra_flavor` (default to `m1.small`): The ID or name of the flavor for the infrastructure nodes
-* `network_prefix` (default to `openshift-ansible-<cluster_id>`): prefix prepended to all network objects (net, subnet, router, security groups)
-* `dns` (default to `8.8.8.8,8.8.4.4`): comma separated list of DNS to use
-* `net_cidr` (default to `192.168.<rand()>.0/24`): CIDR of the network created by `heat_stack.yaml`
-* `external_net` (default to `external`): Name of the external network to connect to
-* `floating_ip_pool` (default to `external`): comma separated list of floating IP pools
-* `ssh_from` (default to `0.0.0.0/0`): IPs authorized to connect to the VMs via ssh
-* `node_port_from` (default to `0.0.0.0/0`): IPs authorized to connect to the services exposed via nodePort
-* `heat_timeout` (default to `3`): Timeout (in minutes) passed to heat for create or update stack.
-
-
-Creating a cluster
-------------------
-
-1. To create a cluster with one master and two nodes
-
-```
- bin/cluster create openstack <cluster-id>
-```
-
-2. To create a cluster with one master and three nodes, a custom VM image and custom DNS:
-
-```
- bin/cluster create -n 3 -o image_name=rhel-7.1-openshift-2015.05.21 -o dns=172.16.50.210,172.16.50.250 openstack lenaic
-```
-
-Updating a cluster
-------------------
-
-1. To update the cluster
-
-```
- bin/cluster update openstack <cluster-id>
-```
-
-Terminating a cluster
----------------------
-
-1. To terminate the cluster
-
-```
- bin/cluster terminate openstack <cluster-id>
-```
diff --git a/README_vagrant.md b/README_vagrant.md
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index cb62e31..0000000
--- a/README_vagrant.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-The Vagrant-based installation has been moved to: https://github.com/openshift/openshift-ansible-contrib/tree/master/vagrant
diff --git a/bin/README.md b/bin/README.md
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index fec17cb..0000000
--- a/bin/README.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-# The `bin/cluster` tool
-
-This tool was meant to be the entry point for managing OpenShift clusters,
-running against different "providers" (`aws`, `gce`, `libvirt`, `openstack`),
-though its use is now deprecated in favor of the [`byo`](../playbooks/byo)
-playbooks.
diff --git a/bin/cluster b/bin/cluster
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index f77eb36..0000000
--- a/bin/cluster
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,424 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python2
-
-import argparse
-import ConfigParser
-import os
-import sys
-import subprocess
-import traceback
-
-
-class Cluster(object):
- """
- Provide Command, Control and Configuration (c3) Interface for OpenShift Clusters
- """
-
- def __init__(self):
- # setup ansible ssh environment
- if 'ANSIBLE_SSH_ARGS' not in os.environ:
- os.environ['ANSIBLE_SSH_ARGS'] = (
- '-o ForwardAgent=yes '
- '-o StrictHostKeyChecking=no '
- '-o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null '
- '-o ControlMaster=auto '
- '-o ControlPersist=600s '
- )
- # Because of `UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null`
- # our `.ssh/known_hosts` file most probably misses the ssh host public keys
- # of our servers.
- # In that case, ansible serializes the execution of ansible modules
- # because we might be interactively prompted to accept the ssh host public keys.
- # Because of `StrictHostKeyChecking=no` we know that we won't be prompted
- # So, we don't want our modules execution to be serialized.
- os.environ['ANSIBLE_HOST_KEY_CHECKING'] = 'False'
- # TODO: A more secure way to proceed would consist in dynamically
- # retrieving the ssh host public keys from the IaaS interface
- if 'ANSIBLE_SSH_PIPELINING' not in os.environ:
- os.environ['ANSIBLE_SSH_PIPELINING'] = 'True'
-
- def get_deployment_type(self, args):
- """
- Get the deployment_type based on the environment variables and the
- command line arguments
- :param args: command line arguments provided by the user
- :return: string representing the deployment type
- """
- deployment_type = 'origin'
- if args.deployment_type:
- deployment_type = args.deployment_type
- elif 'OS_DEPLOYMENT_TYPE' in os.environ:
- deployment_type = os.environ['OS_DEPLOYMENT_TYPE']
- return deployment_type
-
-
- def create(self, args):
- """
- Create an OpenShift cluster for given provider
- :param args: command line arguments provided by user
- """
- cluster = {'cluster_id': args.cluster_id,
- 'deployment_type': self.get_deployment_type(args)}
- playbook = "playbooks/{0}/openshift-cluster/launch.yml".format(args.provider)
- inventory = self.setup_provider(args.provider)
-
- cluster['num_masters'] = args.masters
- cluster['num_nodes'] = args.nodes
- cluster['num_infra'] = args.infra
- cluster['num_etcd'] = args.etcd
- cluster['cluster_env'] = args.env
-
- if args.cloudprovider and args.provider == 'openstack':
- cluster['openshift_cloudprovider_kind'] = 'openstack'
- cluster['openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_auth_url'] = os.getenv('OS_AUTH_URL')
- cluster['openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_username'] = os.getenv('OS_USERNAME')
- cluster['openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_password'] = os.getenv('OS_PASSWORD')
- if 'OS_USER_DOMAIN_ID' in os.environ:
- cluster['openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_domain_id'] = os.getenv('OS_USER_DOMAIN_ID')
- if 'OS_USER_DOMAIN_NAME' in os.environ:
- cluster['openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_domain_name'] = os.getenv('OS_USER_DOMAIN_NAME')
- if 'OS_PROJECT_ID' in os.environ or 'OS_TENANT_ID' in os.environ:
- cluster['openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_tenant_id'] = os.getenv('OS_PROJECT_ID',os.getenv('OS_TENANT_ID'))
- if 'OS_PROJECT_NAME' is os.environ or 'OS_TENANT_NAME' in os.environ:
- cluster['openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_tenant_name'] = os.getenv('OS_PROJECT_NAME',os.getenv('OS_TENANT_NAME'))
- if 'OS_REGION_NAME' in os.environ:
- cluster['openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_region'] = os.getenv('OS_REGION_NAME')
-
- self.action(args, inventory, cluster, playbook)
-
- def add_nodes(self, args):
- """
- Add nodes to an existing cluster for given provider
- :param args: command line arguments provided by user
- """
- cluster = {'cluster_id': args.cluster_id,
- 'deployment_type': self.get_deployment_type(args),
- }
- playbook = "playbooks/{0}/openshift-cluster/add_nodes.yml".format(args.provider)
- inventory = self.setup_provider(args.provider)
-
- cluster['num_nodes'] = args.nodes
- cluster['num_infra'] = args.infra
- cluster['cluster_env'] = args.env
-
- self.action(args, inventory, cluster, playbook)
-
- def terminate(self, args):
- """
- Destroy OpenShift cluster
- :param args: command line arguments provided by user
- """
- cluster = {'cluster_id': args.cluster_id,
- 'deployment_type': self.get_deployment_type(args),
- 'cluster_env': args.env,
- }
- playbook = "playbooks/{0}/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml".format(args.provider)
- inventory = self.setup_provider(args.provider)
-
- self.action(args, inventory, cluster, playbook)
-
- def list(self, args):
- """
- List VMs in cluster
- :param args: command line arguments provided by user
- """
- cluster = {'cluster_id': args.cluster_id,
- 'deployment_type': self.get_deployment_type(args),
- 'cluster_env': args.env,
- }
- playbook = "playbooks/{0}/openshift-cluster/list.yml".format(args.provider)
- inventory = self.setup_provider(args.provider)
-
- self.action(args, inventory, cluster, playbook)
-
- def config(self, args):
- """
- Configure or reconfigure OpenShift across clustered VMs
- :param args: command line arguments provided by user
- """
- cluster = {'cluster_id': args.cluster_id,
- 'deployment_type': self.get_deployment_type(args),
- 'cluster_env': args.env,
- }
- playbook = "playbooks/{0}/openshift-cluster/config.yml".format(args.provider)
- inventory = self.setup_provider(args.provider)
-
- self.action(args, inventory, cluster, playbook)
-
- def update(self, args):
- """
- Update to latest OpenShift across clustered VMs
- :param args: command line arguments provided by user
- """
- cluster = {'cluster_id': args.cluster_id,
- 'deployment_type': self.get_deployment_type(args),
- 'cluster_env': args.env,
- }
-
- playbook = "playbooks/{0}/openshift-cluster/update.yml".format(args.provider)
- inventory = self.setup_provider(args.provider)
-
- self.action(args, inventory, cluster, playbook)
-
- def service(self, args):
- """
- Make the same service call across all nodes in the cluster
- :param args: command line arguments provided by user
- """
- cluster = {'cluster_id': args.cluster_id,
- 'deployment_type': self.get_deployment_type(args),
- 'new_cluster_state': args.state,
- 'cluster_env': args.env,
- }
-
- playbook = "playbooks/{0}/openshift-cluster/service.yml".format(args.provider)
- inventory = self.setup_provider(args.provider)
-
- self.action(args, inventory, cluster, playbook)
-
- def setup_provider(self, provider):
- """
- Setup ansible playbook environment
- :param provider: command line arguments provided by user
- :return: path to inventory for given provider
- """
- config = ConfigParser.ConfigParser()
- if 'gce' == provider:
- gce_ini_default_path = os.path.join('inventory/gce/hosts/gce.ini')
- gce_ini_path = os.environ.get('GCE_INI_PATH', gce_ini_default_path)
- if os.path.exists(gce_ini_path):
- config.readfp(open(gce_ini_path))
-
- for key in config.options('gce'):
- os.environ[key] = config.get('gce', key)
-
- inventory = '-i inventory/gce/hosts'
- elif 'aws' == provider:
- config.readfp(open('inventory/aws/hosts/ec2.ini'))
-
- for key in config.options('ec2'):
- os.environ[key] = config.get('ec2', key)
-
- inventory = '-i inventory/aws/hosts'
-
- key_vars = ['AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID', 'AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY']
- key_missing = [key for key in key_vars if key not in os.environ]
-
- boto_conf_files = ['~/.aws/credentials', '~/.boto']
- conf_exists = lambda conf: os.path.isfile(os.path.expanduser(conf))
- boto_configs = [conf for conf in boto_conf_files if conf_exists(conf)]
-
- if len(key_missing) > 0 and len(boto_configs) == 0:
- raise ValueError("PROVIDER aws requires {0} environment variable(s). See README_AWS.md".format(key_missing))
-
- elif 'libvirt' == provider:
- inventory = '-i inventory/libvirt/hosts'
- elif 'openstack' == provider:
- inventory = '-i inventory/openstack/hosts'
- else:
- # this code should never be reached
- raise ValueError("invalid PROVIDER {0}".format(provider))
-
- return inventory
-
- def action(self, args, inventory, cluster, playbook):
- """
- Build ansible-playbook command line and execute
- :param args: command line arguments provided by user
- :param inventory: derived provider library
- :param cluster: cluster variables for kubernetes
- :param playbook: ansible playbook to execute
- """
-
- verbose = ''
- if args.verbose > 0:
- verbose = '-{0}'.format('v' * args.verbose)
-
- if args.option:
- for opt in args.option:
- k, v = opt.split('=', 1)
- cluster['cli_' + k] = v
-
- ansible_extra_vars = '-e \'{0}\''.format(
- ' '.join(['%s=%s' % (key, value) for (key, value) in cluster.items()])
- )
-
- command = 'ansible-playbook {0} {1} {2} {3}'.format(
- verbose, inventory, ansible_extra_vars, playbook
- )
-
- if args.profile:
- command = 'ANSIBLE_CALLBACK_PLUGINS=ansible-profile/callback_plugins ' + command
-
- if args.verbose > 1:
- command = 'time {0}'.format(command)
-
- if args.verbose > 0:
- sys.stderr.write('RUN [{0}]\n'.format(command))
- sys.stderr.flush()
-
- try:
- subprocess.check_call(command, shell=True)
- except subprocess.CalledProcessError as exc:
- raise ActionFailed("ACTION [{0}] failed: {1}"
- .format(args.action, exc))
-
-
-class ActionFailed(Exception):
- """
- Raised when action failed.
- """
- pass
-
-
-if __name__ == '__main__':
- """
- User command to invoke ansible playbooks in a "known" configuration
-
- Reads ~/.openshift-ansible for default configuration items
- [DEFAULT]
- validate_cluster_ids = False
- cluster_ids = marketing,sales
- providers = gce,aws,libvirt,openstack
- """
-
- warning = ("================================================================================\n"
- "ATTENTION: You are running a community supported utility that has not been\n"
- "tested by Red Hat. Visit https://docs.openshift.com for supported installation\n"
- "instructions.\n"
- "================================================================================\n\n")
- sys.stderr.write(warning)
-
- cluster_config = ConfigParser.SafeConfigParser({
- 'cluster_ids': 'marketing,sales',
- 'validate_cluster_ids': 'False',
- 'providers': 'gce,aws,libvirt,openstack',
- })
-
- path = os.path.expanduser("~/.openshift-ansible")
- if os.path.isfile(path):
- cluster_config.read(path)
-
- cluster = Cluster()
-
- parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
- formatter_class=argparse.RawDescriptionHelpFormatter,
- description='Python wrapper to ensure proper configuration for OpenShift ansible playbooks',
- epilog='''\
-This wrapper is overriding the following ansible variables:
-
- * ANSIBLE_SSH_ARGS:
- If not set in the environment, this wrapper will use the following value:
- `-o ForwardAgent=yes -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null -o ControlMaster=auto -o ControlPersist=600s`
- If set in the environment, the environment variable value is left untouched and used.
-
- * ANSIBLE_SSH_PIPELINING:
- If not set in the environment, this wrapper will set it to `True`.
- If you experience issues with Ansible SSH pipelining, you can disable it by explicitly setting this environment variable to `False`.
-'''
- )
- parser.add_argument('-v', '--verbose', action='count',
- help='Multiple -v options increase the verbosity')
- parser.add_argument('--version', action='version', version='%(prog)s 0.3')
-
- meta_parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(add_help=False)
- providers = cluster_config.get('DEFAULT', 'providers').split(',')
- meta_parser.add_argument('provider', choices=providers, help='provider')
-
- if cluster_config.get('DEFAULT', 'validate_cluster_ids').lower() in ("yes", "true", "1"):
- meta_parser.add_argument('cluster_id', choices=cluster_config.get('DEFAULT', 'cluster_ids').split(','),
- help='prefix for cluster VM names')
- else:
- meta_parser.add_argument('cluster_id', help='prefix for cluster VM names')
-
- meta_parser.add_argument('-t', '--deployment-type',
- choices=['origin', 'atomic-enterprise', 'openshift-enterprise'],
- help='Deployment type. (default: origin)')
- meta_parser.add_argument('-o', '--option', action='append',
- help='options')
-
- meta_parser.add_argument('--env', default='dev', type=str,
- help='environment for the cluster. Defaults to \'dev\'.')
-
- meta_parser.add_argument('-p', '--profile', action='store_true',
- help='Enable playbook profiling')
-
- action_parser = parser.add_subparsers(dest='action', title='actions',
- description='Choose from valid actions')
-
- create_parser = action_parser.add_parser('create', help='Create a cluster',
- parents=[meta_parser])
- create_parser.add_argument('-c', '--cloudprovider', action='store_true',
- help='Enable the cloudprovider')
- create_parser.add_argument('-m', '--masters', default=1, type=int,
- help='number of masters to create in cluster')
- create_parser.add_argument('-n', '--nodes', default=2, type=int,
- help='number of nodes to create in cluster')
- create_parser.add_argument('-i', '--infra', default=1, type=int,
- help='number of infra nodes to create in cluster')
- create_parser.add_argument('-e', '--etcd', default=0, type=int,
- help='number of external etcd hosts to create in cluster')
- create_parser.set_defaults(func=cluster.create)
-
-
- create_parser = action_parser.add_parser('add-nodes', help='Add nodes to a cluster',
- parents=[meta_parser])
- create_parser.add_argument('-n', '--nodes', default=1, type=int,
- help='number of nodes to add to the cluster')
- create_parser.add_argument('-i', '--infra', default=1, type=int,
- help='number of infra nodes to add to the cluster')
- create_parser.set_defaults(func=cluster.add_nodes)
-
-
- config_parser = action_parser.add_parser('config',
- help='Configure or reconfigure a cluster',
- parents=[meta_parser])
- config_parser.set_defaults(func=cluster.config)
-
- terminate_parser = action_parser.add_parser('terminate',
- help='Destroy a cluster',
- parents=[meta_parser])
- terminate_parser.add_argument('-f', '--force', action='store_true',
- help='Destroy cluster without confirmation')
- terminate_parser.set_defaults(func=cluster.terminate)
-
- update_parser = action_parser.add_parser('update',
- help='Update OpenShift across cluster',
- parents=[meta_parser])
- update_parser.add_argument('-f', '--force', action='store_true',
- help='Update cluster without confirmation')
- update_parser.set_defaults(func=cluster.update)
-
- list_parser = action_parser.add_parser('list', help='List VMs in cluster',
- parents=[meta_parser])
- list_parser.set_defaults(func=cluster.list)
-
- service_parser = action_parser.add_parser('service', help='service for openshift across cluster',
- parents=[meta_parser])
- # choices are the only ones valid for the ansible service module: http://docs.ansible.com/service_module.html
- service_parser.add_argument('state', choices=['started', 'stopped', 'restarted', 'reloaded'],
- help='make service call across cluster')
- service_parser.set_defaults(func=cluster.service)
-
- args = parser.parse_args()
-
- if 'terminate' == args.action and not args.force:
- answer = raw_input("This will destroy the ENTIRE {0} cluster. Are you sure? [y/N] ".format(args.cluster_id))
- if answer not in ['y', 'Y']:
- sys.stderr.write('\nACTION [terminate] aborted by user!\n')
- exit(1)
-
- if 'update' == args.action and not args.force:
- answer = raw_input(
- "This is destructive and could corrupt {0} cluster. Continue? [y/N] ".format(args.cluster_id))
- if answer not in ['y', 'Y']:
- sys.stderr.write('\nACTION [update] aborted by user!\n')
- exit(1)
-
- try:
- args.func(args)
- except Exception as exc:
- if args.verbose:
- traceback.print_exc(file=sys.stderr)
- else:
- print >>sys.stderr, exc
- exit(1)
diff --git a/docs/repo_structure.md b/docs/repo_structure.md
index f598f22..49300f8 100644
--- a/docs/repo_structure.md
+++ b/docs/repo_structure.md
@@ -28,12 +28,6 @@ These are plugins used in playbooks and roles:
```
.
-├── bin [DEPRECATED] Contains the `bin/cluster` script, a
-│ wrapper around the Ansible playbooks that ensures proper
-│ configuration, and facilitates installing, updating,
-│ destroying and configuring OpenShift clusters.
-│ Note: this tool is kept in the repository for legacy
-│ reasons and will be removed at some point.
└── utils Contains the `atomic-openshift-installer` command, an
interactive CLI utility to install OpenShift across a
set of hosts.
diff --git a/inventory/README.md b/inventory/README.md
index b61bfff..5e26e3c 100644
--- a/inventory/README.md
+++ b/inventory/README.md
@@ -2,8 +2,4 @@
You can install OpenShift on:
-* [Amazon Web Services](aws/hosts/)
-* [BYO](byo/) (Bring your own), use this inventory config file to install OpenShift on your bare metal servers
-* [GCE](gce/) (Google Compute Engine)
-* [libvirt](libvirt/hosts/)
-* [OpenStack](openstack/hosts/)
+* [BYO](byo/) (Bring your own), use this inventory config file to install OpenShift on your pre-existing hosts
diff --git a/inventory/aws/hosts/ec2.ini b/inventory/aws/hosts/ec2.ini
deleted file mode 100644
index 64c097d..0000000
--- a/inventory/aws/hosts/ec2.ini
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,189 +0,0 @@
-# Ansible EC2 external inventory script settings
-#
-
-[ec2]
-
-# to talk to a private eucalyptus instance uncomment these lines
-# and edit edit eucalyptus_host to be the host name of your cloud controller
-#eucalyptus = True
-#eucalyptus_host = clc.cloud.domain.org
-
-# AWS regions to make calls to. Set this to 'all' to make request to all regions
-# in AWS and merge the results together. Alternatively, set this to a comma
-# separated list of regions. E.g. 'us-east-1,us-west-1,us-west-2'
-regions = all
-regions_exclude = us-gov-west-1,cn-north-1
-
-# When generating inventory, Ansible needs to know how to address a server.
-# Each EC2 instance has a lot of variables associated with it. Here is the list:
-# http://docs.pythonboto.org/en/latest/ref/ec2.html#module-boto.ec2.instance
-# Below are 2 variables that are used as the address of a server:
-# - destination_variable
-# - vpc_destination_variable
-
-# This is the normal destination variable to use. If you are running Ansible
-# from outside EC2, then 'public_dns_name' makes the most sense. If you are
-# running Ansible from within EC2, then perhaps you want to use the internal
-# address, and should set this to 'private_dns_name'. The key of an EC2 tag
-# may optionally be used; however the boto instance variables hold precedence
-# in the event of a collision.
-destination_variable = public_dns_name
-
-# This allows you to override the inventory_name with an ec2 variable, instead
-# of using the destination_variable above. Addressing (aka ansible_ssh_host)
-# will still use destination_variable. Tags should be written as 'tag_TAGNAME'.
-hostname_variable = tag_Name
-
-# For server inside a VPC, using DNS names may not make sense. When an instance
-# has 'subnet_id' set, this variable is used. If the subnet is public, setting
-# this to 'ip_address' will return the public IP address. For instances in a
-# private subnet, this should be set to 'private_ip_address', and Ansible must
-# be run from within EC2. The key of an EC2 tag may optionally be used; however
-# the boto instance variables hold precedence in the event of a collision.
-# WARNING: - instances that are in the private vpc, _without_ public ip address
-# will not be listed in the inventory until You set:
-# vpc_destination_variable = private_ip_address
-vpc_destination_variable = ip_address
-
-# The following two settings allow flexible ansible host naming based on a
-# python format string and a comma-separated list of ec2 tags. Note that:
-#
-# 1) If the tags referenced are not present for some instances, empty strings
-# will be substituted in the format string.
-# 2) This overrides both destination_variable and vpc_destination_variable.
-#
-#destination_format = {0}.{1}.example.com
-#destination_format_tags = Name,environment
-
-# To tag instances on EC2 with the resource records that point to them from
-# Route53, uncomment and set 'route53' to True.
-route53 = False
-
-# To exclude RDS instances from the inventory, uncomment and set to False.
-rds = False
-
-# To exclude ElastiCache instances from the inventory, uncomment and set to False.
-elasticache = False
-
-# Additionally, you can specify the list of zones to exclude looking up in
-# 'route53_excluded_zones' as a comma-separated list.
-# route53_excluded_zones = samplezone1.com, samplezone2.com
-
-# By default, only EC2 instances in the 'running' state are returned. Set
-# 'all_instances' to True to return all instances regardless of state.
-all_instances = False
-
-# By default, only EC2 instances in the 'running' state are returned. Specify
-# EC2 instance states to return as a comma-separated list. This
-# option is overridden when 'all_instances' is True.
-# instance_states = pending, running, shutting-down, terminated, stopping, stopped
-
-# By default, only RDS instances in the 'available' state are returned. Set
-# 'all_rds_instances' to True return all RDS instances regardless of state.
-all_rds_instances = False
-
-# Include RDS cluster information (Aurora etc.)
-include_rds_clusters = False
-
-# By default, only ElastiCache clusters and nodes in the 'available' state
-# are returned. Set 'all_elasticache_clusters' and/or 'all_elastic_nodes'
-# to True return all ElastiCache clusters and nodes, regardless of state.
-#
-# Note that all_elasticache_nodes only applies to listed clusters. That means
-# if you set all_elastic_clusters to false, no node will be return from
-# unavailable clusters, regardless of the state and to what you set for
-# all_elasticache_nodes.
-all_elasticache_replication_groups = False
-all_elasticache_clusters = False
-all_elasticache_nodes = False
-
-# API calls to EC2 are slow. For this reason, we cache the results of an API
-# call. Set this to the path you want cache files to be written to. Two files
-# will be written to this directory:
-# - ansible-ec2.cache
-# - ansible-ec2.index
-cache_path = ~/.ansible/tmp
-
-# The number of seconds a cache file is considered valid. After this many
-# seconds, a new API call will be made, and the cache file will be updated.
-# To disable the cache, set this value to 0
-cache_max_age = 300
-
-# Organize groups into a nested/hierarchy instead of a flat namespace.
-nested_groups = False
-
-# Replace - tags when creating groups to avoid issues with ansible
-replace_dash_in_groups = False
-
-# If set to true, any tag of the form "a,b,c" is expanded into a list
-# and the results are used to create additional tag_* inventory groups.
-expand_csv_tags = False
-
-# The EC2 inventory output can become very large. To manage its size,
-# configure which groups should be created.
-group_by_instance_id = True
-group_by_region = True
-group_by_availability_zone = True
-group_by_ami_id = True
-group_by_instance_type = True
-group_by_key_pair = True
-group_by_vpc_id = True
-group_by_security_group = True
-group_by_tag_keys = True
-group_by_tag_none = True
-group_by_route53_names = True
-group_by_rds_engine = True
-group_by_rds_parameter_group = True
-group_by_elasticache_engine = True
-group_by_elasticache_cluster = True
-group_by_elasticache_parameter_group = True
-group_by_elasticache_replication_group = True
-
-# If you only want to include hosts that match a certain regular expression
-# pattern_include = staging-*
-
-# If you want to exclude any hosts that match a certain regular expression
-# pattern_exclude = staging-*
-
-# Instance filters can be used to control which instances are retrieved for
-# inventory. For the full list of possible filters, please read the EC2 API
-# docs: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/APIReference/ApiReference-query-DescribeInstances.html#query-DescribeInstances-filters
-# Filters are key/value pairs separated by '=', to list multiple filters use
-# a list separated by commas. See examples below.
-
-# Retrieve only instances with (key=value) env=staging tag
-# instance_filters = tag:env=staging
-
-# Retrieve only instances with role=webservers OR role=dbservers tag
-# instance_filters = tag:role=webservers,tag:role=dbservers
-
-# Retrieve only t1.micro instances OR instances with tag env=staging
-# instance_filters = instance-type=t1.micro,tag:env=staging
-
-# You can use wildcards in filter values also. Below will list instances which
-# tag Name value matches webservers1*
-# (ex. webservers15, webservers1a, webservers123 etc)
-# instance_filters = tag:Name=webservers1*
-
-# A boto configuration profile may be used to separate out credentials
-# see http://boto.readthedocs.org/en/latest/boto_config_tut.html
-# boto_profile = some-boto-profile-name
-
-
-[credentials]
-
-# The AWS credentials can optionally be specified here. Credentials specified
-# here are ignored if the environment variable AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID or
-# AWS_PROFILE is set, or if the boto_profile property above is set.
-#
-# Supplying AWS credentials here is not recommended, as it introduces
-# non-trivial security concerns. When going down this route, please make sure
-# to set access permissions for this file correctly, e.g. handle it the same
-# way as you would a private SSH key.
-#
-# Unlike the boto and AWS configure files, this section does not support
-# profiles.
-#
-# aws_access_key_id = AXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
-# aws_secret_access_key = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
-# aws_security_token = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
diff --git a/inventory/aws/hosts/ec2.py b/inventory/aws/hosts/ec2.py
deleted file mode 100755
index b71458a..0000000
--- a/inventory/aws/hosts/ec2.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1511 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python2
-# pylint: skip-file
-
-'''
-EC2 external inventory script
-=================================
-
-Generates inventory that Ansible can understand by making API request to
-AWS EC2 using the Boto library.
-
-NOTE: This script assumes Ansible is being executed where the environment
-variables needed for Boto have already been set:
- export AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID='AK123'
- export AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY='abc123'
-
-This script also assumes there is an ec2.ini file alongside it. To specify a
-different path to ec2.ini, define the EC2_INI_PATH environment variable:
-
- export EC2_INI_PATH=/path/to/my_ec2.ini
-
-If you're using eucalyptus you need to set the above variables and
-you need to define:
-
- export EC2_URL=http://hostname_of_your_cc:port/services/Eucalyptus
-
-If you're using boto profiles (requires boto>=2.24.0) you can choose a profile
-using the --boto-profile command line argument (e.g. ec2.py --boto-profile prod) or using
-the AWS_PROFILE variable:
-
- AWS_PROFILE=prod ansible-playbook -i ec2.py myplaybook.yml
-
-For more details, see: http://docs.pythonboto.org/en/latest/boto_config_tut.html
-
-When run against a specific host, this script returns the following variables:
- - ec2_ami_launch_index
- - ec2_architecture
- - ec2_association
- - ec2_attachTime
- - ec2_attachment
- - ec2_attachmentId
- - ec2_block_devices
- - ec2_client_token
- - ec2_deleteOnTermination
- - ec2_description
- - ec2_deviceIndex
- - ec2_dns_name
- - ec2_eventsSet
- - ec2_group_name
- - ec2_hypervisor
- - ec2_id
- - ec2_image_id
- - ec2_instanceState
- - ec2_instance_type
- - ec2_ipOwnerId
- - ec2_ip_address
- - ec2_item
- - ec2_kernel
- - ec2_key_name
- - ec2_launch_time
- - ec2_monitored
- - ec2_monitoring
- - ec2_networkInterfaceId
- - ec2_ownerId
- - ec2_persistent
- - ec2_placement
- - ec2_platform
- - ec2_previous_state
- - ec2_private_dns_name
- - ec2_private_ip_address
- - ec2_publicIp
- - ec2_public_dns_name
- - ec2_ramdisk
- - ec2_reason
- - ec2_region
- - ec2_requester_id
- - ec2_root_device_name
- - ec2_root_device_type
- - ec2_security_group_ids
- - ec2_security_group_names
- - ec2_shutdown_state
- - ec2_sourceDestCheck
- - ec2_spot_instance_request_id
- - ec2_state
- - ec2_state_code
- - ec2_state_reason
- - ec2_status
- - ec2_subnet_id
- - ec2_tenancy
- - ec2_virtualization_type
- - ec2_vpc_id
-
-These variables are pulled out of a boto.ec2.instance object. There is a lack of
-consistency with variable spellings (camelCase and underscores) since this
-just loops through all variables the object exposes. It is preferred to use the
-ones with underscores when multiple exist.
-
-In addition, if an instance has AWS Tags associated with it, each tag is a new
-variable named:
- - ec2_tag_[Key] = [Value]
-
-Security groups are comma-separated in 'ec2_security_group_ids' and
-'ec2_security_group_names'.
-'''
-
-# (c) 2012, Peter Sankauskas
-#
-# This file is part of Ansible,
-#
-# Ansible is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
-# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
-# (at your option) any later version.
-#
-# Ansible is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-# GNU General Public License for more details.
-#
-# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-# along with Ansible. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-######################################################################
-
-import sys
-import os
-import argparse
-import re
-from time import time
-import boto
-from boto import ec2
-from boto import rds
-from boto import elasticache
-from boto import route53
-import six
-
-from ansible.module_utils import ec2 as ec2_utils
-
-HAS_BOTO3 = False
-try:
- import boto3
- HAS_BOTO3 = True
-except ImportError:
- pass
-
-from six.moves import configparser
-from collections import defaultdict
-
-try:
- import json
-except ImportError:
- import simplejson as json
-
-
-class Ec2Inventory(object):
-
- def _empty_inventory(self):
- return {"_meta" : {"hostvars" : {}}}
-
- def __init__(self):
- ''' Main execution path '''
-
- # Inventory grouped by instance IDs, tags, security groups, regions,
- # and availability zones
- self.inventory = self._empty_inventory()
-
- # Index of hostname (address) to instance ID
- self.index = {}
-
- # Boto profile to use (if any)
- self.boto_profile = None
-
- # AWS credentials.
- self.credentials = {}
-
- # Read settings and parse CLI arguments
- self.parse_cli_args()
- self.read_settings()
-
- # Make sure that profile_name is not passed at all if not set
- # as pre 2.24 boto will fall over otherwise
- if self.boto_profile:
- if not hasattr(boto.ec2.EC2Connection, 'profile_name'):
- self.fail_with_error("boto version must be >= 2.24 to use profile")
-
- # Cache
- if self.args.refresh_cache:
- self.do_api_calls_update_cache()
- elif not self.is_cache_valid():
- self.do_api_calls_update_cache()
-
- # Data to print
- if self.args.host:
- data_to_print = self.get_host_info()
-
- elif self.args.list:
- # Display list of instances for inventory
- if self.inventory == self._empty_inventory():
- data_to_print = self.get_inventory_from_cache()
- else:
- data_to_print = self.json_format_dict(self.inventory, True)
-
- print(data_to_print)
-
-
- def is_cache_valid(self):
- ''' Determines if the cache files have expired, or if it is still valid '''
-
- if os.path.isfile(self.cache_path_cache):
- mod_time = os.path.getmtime(self.cache_path_cache)
- current_time = time()
- if (mod_time + self.cache_max_age) > current_time:
- if os.path.isfile(self.cache_path_index):
- return True
-
- return False
-
-
- def read_settings(self):
- ''' Reads the settings from the ec2.ini file '''
- if six.PY3:
- config = configparser.ConfigParser()
- else:
- config = configparser.SafeConfigParser()
- ec2_default_ini_path = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__)), 'ec2.ini')
- ec2_ini_path = os.path.expanduser(os.path.expandvars(os.environ.get('EC2_INI_PATH', ec2_default_ini_path)))
- config.read(ec2_ini_path)
-
- # is eucalyptus?
- self.eucalyptus_host = None
- self.eucalyptus = False
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'eucalyptus'):
- self.eucalyptus = config.getboolean('ec2', 'eucalyptus')
- if self.eucalyptus and config.has_option('ec2', 'eucalyptus_host'):
- self.eucalyptus_host = config.get('ec2', 'eucalyptus_host')
-
- # Regions
- self.regions = []
- configRegions = config.get('ec2', 'regions')
- configRegions_exclude = config.get('ec2', 'regions_exclude')
- if (configRegions == 'all'):
- if self.eucalyptus_host:
- self.regions.append(boto.connect_euca(host=self.eucalyptus_host).region.name, **self.credentials)
- else:
- for regionInfo in ec2.regions():
- if regionInfo.name not in configRegions_exclude:
- self.regions.append(regionInfo.name)
- else:
- self.regions = configRegions.split(",")
-
- # Destination addresses
- self.destination_variable = config.get('ec2', 'destination_variable')
- self.vpc_destination_variable = config.get('ec2', 'vpc_destination_variable')
-
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'hostname_variable'):
- self.hostname_variable = config.get('ec2', 'hostname_variable')
- else:
- self.hostname_variable = None
-
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'destination_format') and \
- config.has_option('ec2', 'destination_format_tags'):
- self.destination_format = config.get('ec2', 'destination_format')
- self.destination_format_tags = config.get('ec2', 'destination_format_tags').split(',')
- else:
- self.destination_format = None
- self.destination_format_tags = None
-
- # Route53
- self.route53_enabled = config.getboolean('ec2', 'route53')
- self.route53_excluded_zones = []
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'route53_excluded_zones'):
- self.route53_excluded_zones.extend(
- config.get('ec2', 'route53_excluded_zones', '').split(','))
-
- # Include RDS instances?
- self.rds_enabled = True
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'rds'):
- self.rds_enabled = config.getboolean('ec2', 'rds')
-
- # Include RDS cluster instances?
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'include_rds_clusters'):
- self.include_rds_clusters = config.getboolean('ec2', 'include_rds_clusters')
- else:
- self.include_rds_clusters = False
-
- # Include ElastiCache instances?
- self.elasticache_enabled = True
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'elasticache'):
- self.elasticache_enabled = config.getboolean('ec2', 'elasticache')
-
- # Return all EC2 instances?
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'all_instances'):
- self.all_instances = config.getboolean('ec2', 'all_instances')
- else:
- self.all_instances = False
-
- # Instance states to be gathered in inventory. Default is 'running'.
- # Setting 'all_instances' to 'yes' overrides this option.
- ec2_valid_instance_states = [
- 'pending',
- 'running',
- 'shutting-down',
- 'terminated',
- 'stopping',
- 'stopped'
- ]
- self.ec2_instance_states = []
- if self.all_instances:
- self.ec2_instance_states = ec2_valid_instance_states
- elif config.has_option('ec2', 'instance_states'):
- for instance_state in config.get('ec2', 'instance_states').split(','):
- instance_state = instance_state.strip()
- if instance_state not in ec2_valid_instance_states:
- continue
- self.ec2_instance_states.append(instance_state)
- else:
- self.ec2_instance_states = ['running']
-
- # Return all RDS instances? (if RDS is enabled)
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'all_rds_instances') and self.rds_enabled:
- self.all_rds_instances = config.getboolean('ec2', 'all_rds_instances')
- else:
- self.all_rds_instances = False
-
- # Return all ElastiCache replication groups? (if ElastiCache is enabled)
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'all_elasticache_replication_groups') and self.elasticache_enabled:
- self.all_elasticache_replication_groups = config.getboolean('ec2', 'all_elasticache_replication_groups')
- else:
- self.all_elasticache_replication_groups = False
-
- # Return all ElastiCache clusters? (if ElastiCache is enabled)
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'all_elasticache_clusters') and self.elasticache_enabled:
- self.all_elasticache_clusters = config.getboolean('ec2', 'all_elasticache_clusters')
- else:
- self.all_elasticache_clusters = False
-
- # Return all ElastiCache nodes? (if ElastiCache is enabled)
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'all_elasticache_nodes') and self.elasticache_enabled:
- self.all_elasticache_nodes = config.getboolean('ec2', 'all_elasticache_nodes')
- else:
- self.all_elasticache_nodes = False
-
- # boto configuration profile (prefer CLI argument)
- self.boto_profile = self.args.boto_profile
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'boto_profile') and not self.boto_profile:
- self.boto_profile = config.get('ec2', 'boto_profile')
-
- # AWS credentials (prefer environment variables)
- if not (self.boto_profile or os.environ.get('AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID') or
- os.environ.get('AWS_PROFILE')):
- if config.has_option('credentials', 'aws_access_key_id'):
- aws_access_key_id = config.get('credentials', 'aws_access_key_id')
- else:
- aws_access_key_id = None
- if config.has_option('credentials', 'aws_secret_access_key'):
- aws_secret_access_key = config.get('credentials', 'aws_secret_access_key')
- else:
- aws_secret_access_key = None
- if config.has_option('credentials', 'aws_security_token'):
- aws_security_token = config.get('credentials', 'aws_security_token')
- else:
- aws_security_token = None
- if aws_access_key_id:
- self.credentials = {
- 'aws_access_key_id': aws_access_key_id,
- 'aws_secret_access_key': aws_secret_access_key
- }
- if aws_security_token:
- self.credentials['security_token'] = aws_security_token
-
- # Cache related
- cache_dir = os.path.expanduser(config.get('ec2', 'cache_path'))
- if self.boto_profile:
- cache_dir = os.path.join(cache_dir, 'profile_' + self.boto_profile)
- if not os.path.exists(cache_dir):
- os.makedirs(cache_dir)
-
- cache_name = 'ansible-ec2'
- aws_profile = lambda: (self.boto_profile or
- os.environ.get('AWS_PROFILE') or
- os.environ.get('AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID') or
- self.credentials.get('aws_access_key_id', None))
- if aws_profile():
- cache_name = '%s-%s' % (cache_name, aws_profile())
- self.cache_path_cache = cache_dir + "/%s.cache" % cache_name
- self.cache_path_index = cache_dir + "/%s.index" % cache_name
- self.cache_max_age = config.getint('ec2', 'cache_max_age')
-
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'expand_csv_tags'):
- self.expand_csv_tags = config.getboolean('ec2', 'expand_csv_tags')
- else:
- self.expand_csv_tags = False
-
- # Configure nested groups instead of flat namespace.
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'nested_groups'):
- self.nested_groups = config.getboolean('ec2', 'nested_groups')
- else:
- self.nested_groups = False
-
- # Replace dash or not in group names
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'replace_dash_in_groups'):
- self.replace_dash_in_groups = config.getboolean('ec2', 'replace_dash_in_groups')
- else:
- self.replace_dash_in_groups = True
-
- # Configure which groups should be created.
- group_by_options = [
- 'group_by_instance_id',
- 'group_by_region',
- 'group_by_availability_zone',
- 'group_by_ami_id',
- 'group_by_instance_type',
- 'group_by_key_pair',
- 'group_by_vpc_id',
- 'group_by_security_group',
- 'group_by_tag_keys',
- 'group_by_tag_none',
- 'group_by_route53_names',
- 'group_by_rds_engine',
- 'group_by_rds_parameter_group',
- 'group_by_elasticache_engine',
- 'group_by_elasticache_cluster',
- 'group_by_elasticache_parameter_group',
- 'group_by_elasticache_replication_group',
- ]
- for option in group_by_options:
- if config.has_option('ec2', option):
- setattr(self, option, config.getboolean('ec2', option))
- else:
- setattr(self, option, True)
-
- # Do we need to just include hosts that match a pattern?
- try:
- pattern_include = config.get('ec2', 'pattern_include')
- if pattern_include and len(pattern_include) > 0:
- self.pattern_include = re.compile(pattern_include)
- else:
- self.pattern_include = None
- except configparser.NoOptionError:
- self.pattern_include = None
-
- # Do we need to exclude hosts that match a pattern?
- try:
- pattern_exclude = config.get('ec2', 'pattern_exclude');
- if pattern_exclude and len(pattern_exclude) > 0:
- self.pattern_exclude = re.compile(pattern_exclude)
- else:
- self.pattern_exclude = None
- except configparser.NoOptionError:
- self.pattern_exclude = None
-
- # Instance filters (see boto and EC2 API docs). Ignore invalid filters.
- self.ec2_instance_filters = defaultdict(list)
- if config.has_option('ec2', 'instance_filters'):
-
- filters = [f for f in config.get('ec2', 'instance_filters').split(',') if f]
-
- for instance_filter in filters:
- instance_filter = instance_filter.strip()
- if not instance_filter or '=' not in instance_filter:
- continue
- filter_key, filter_value = [x.strip() for x in instance_filter.split('=', 1)]
- if not filter_key:
- continue
- self.ec2_instance_filters[filter_key].append(filter_value)
-
- def parse_cli_args(self):
- ''' Command line argument processing '''
-
- parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='Produce an Ansible Inventory file based on EC2')
- parser.add_argument('--list', action='store_true', default=True,
- help='List instances (default: True)')
- parser.add_argument('--host', action='store',
- help='Get all the variables about a specific instance')
- parser.add_argument('--refresh-cache', action='store_true', default=False,
- help='Force refresh of cache by making API requests to EC2 (default: False - use cache files)')
- parser.add_argument('--profile', '--boto-profile', action='store', dest='boto_profile',
- help='Use boto profile for connections to EC2')
- self.args = parser.parse_args()
-
-
- def do_api_calls_update_cache(self):
- ''' Do API calls to each region, and save data in cache files '''
-
- if self.route53_enabled:
- self.get_route53_records()
-
- for region in self.regions:
- self.get_instances_by_region(region)
- if self.rds_enabled:
- self.get_rds_instances_by_region(region)
- if self.elasticache_enabled:
- self.get_elasticache_clusters_by_region(region)
- self.get_elasticache_replication_groups_by_region(region)
- if self.include_rds_clusters:
- self.include_rds_clusters_by_region(region)
-
- self.write_to_cache(self.inventory, self.cache_path_cache)
- self.write_to_cache(self.index, self.cache_path_index)
-
- def connect(self, region):
- ''' create connection to api server'''
- if self.eucalyptus:
- conn = boto.connect_euca(host=self.eucalyptus_host, **self.credentials)
- conn.APIVersion = '2010-08-31'
- else:
- conn = self.connect_to_aws(ec2, region)
- return conn
-
- def boto_fix_security_token_in_profile(self, connect_args):
- ''' monkey patch for boto issue boto/boto#2100 '''
- profile = 'profile ' + self.boto_profile
- if boto.config.has_option(profile, 'aws_security_token'):
- connect_args['security_token'] = boto.config.get(profile, 'aws_security_token')
- return connect_args
-
- def connect_to_aws(self, module, region):
- connect_args = self.credentials
-
- # only pass the profile name if it's set (as it is not supported by older boto versions)
- if self.boto_profile:
- connect_args['profile_name'] = self.boto_profile
- self.boto_fix_security_token_in_profile(connect_args)
-
- conn = module.connect_to_region(region, **connect_args)
- # connect_to_region will fail "silently" by returning None if the region name is wrong or not supported
- if conn is None:
- self.fail_with_error("region name: %s likely not supported, or AWS is down. connection to region failed." % region)
- return conn
-
- def get_instances_by_region(self, region):
- ''' Makes an AWS EC2 API call to the list of instances in a particular
- region '''
-
- try:
- conn = self.connect(region)
- reservations = []
- if self.ec2_instance_filters:
- for filter_key, filter_values in self.ec2_instance_filters.items():
- reservations.extend(conn.get_all_instances(filters = { filter_key : filter_values }))
- else:
- reservations = conn.get_all_instances()
-
- # Pull the tags back in a second step
- # AWS are on record as saying that the tags fetched in the first `get_all_instances` request are not
- # reliable and may be missing, and the only way to guarantee they are there is by calling `get_all_tags`
- instance_ids = []
- for reservation in reservations:
- instance_ids.extend([instance.id for instance in reservation.instances])
-
- max_filter_value = 199
- tags = []
- for i in range(0, len(instance_ids), max_filter_value):
- tags.extend(conn.get_all_tags(filters={'resource-type': 'instance', 'resource-id': instance_ids[i:i+max_filter_value]}))
-
- tags_by_instance_id = defaultdict(dict)
- for tag in tags:
- tags_by_instance_id[tag.res_id][tag.name] = tag.value
-
- for reservation in reservations:
- for instance in reservation.instances:
- instance.tags = tags_by_instance_id[instance.id]
- self.add_instance(instance, region)
-
- except boto.exception.BotoServerError as e:
- if e.error_code == 'AuthFailure':
- error = self.get_auth_error_message()
- else:
- backend = 'Eucalyptus' if self.eucalyptus else 'AWS'
- error = "Error connecting to %s backend.\n%s" % (backend, e.message)
- self.fail_with_error(error, 'getting EC2 instances')
-
- def get_rds_instances_by_region(self, region):
- ''' Makes an AWS API call to the list of RDS instances in a particular
- region '''
-
- try:
- conn = self.connect_to_aws(rds, region)
- if conn:
- marker = None
- while True:
- instances = conn.get_all_dbinstances(marker=marker)
- marker = instances.marker
- for instance in instances:
- self.add_rds_instance(instance, region)
- if not marker:
- break
- except boto.exception.BotoServerError as e:
- error = e.reason
-
- if e.error_code == 'AuthFailure':
- error = self.get_auth_error_message()
- if not e.reason == "Forbidden":
- error = "Looks like AWS RDS is down:\n%s" % e.message
- self.fail_with_error(error, 'getting RDS instances')
-
- def include_rds_clusters_by_region(self, region):
- if not HAS_BOTO3:
- self.fail_with_error("Working with RDS clusters requires boto3 - please install boto3 and try again",
- "getting RDS clusters")
-
- client = ec2_utils.boto3_inventory_conn('client', 'rds', region, **self.credentials)
-
- marker, clusters = '', []
- while marker is not None:
- resp = client.describe_db_clusters(Marker=marker)
- clusters.extend(resp["DBClusters"])
- marker = resp.get('Marker', None)
-
- account_id = boto.connect_iam().get_user().arn.split(':')[4]
- c_dict = {}
- for c in clusters:
- # remove these datetime objects as there is no serialisation to json
- # currently in place and we don't need the data yet
- if 'EarliestRestorableTime' in c:
- del c['EarliestRestorableTime']
- if 'LatestRestorableTime' in c:
- del c['LatestRestorableTime']
-
- if self.ec2_instance_filters == {}:
- matches_filter = True
- else:
- matches_filter = False
-
- try:
- # arn:aws:rds:<region>:<account number>:<resourcetype>:<name>
- tags = client.list_tags_for_resource(
- ResourceName='arn:aws:rds:' + region + ':' + account_id + ':cluster:' + c['DBClusterIdentifier'])
- c['Tags'] = tags['TagList']
-
- if self.ec2_instance_filters:
- for filter_key, filter_values in self.ec2_instance_filters.items():
- # get AWS tag key e.g. tag:env will be 'env'
- tag_name = filter_key.split(":", 1)[1]
- # Filter values is a list (if you put multiple values for the same tag name)
- matches_filter = any(d['Key'] == tag_name and d['Value'] in filter_values for d in c['Tags'])
-
- if matches_filter:
- # it matches a filter, so stop looking for further matches
- break
-
- except Exception as e:
- if e.message.find('DBInstanceNotFound') >= 0:
- # AWS RDS bug (2016-01-06) means deletion does not fully complete and leave an 'empty' cluster.
- # Ignore errors when trying to find tags for these
- pass
-
- # ignore empty clusters caused by AWS bug
- if len(c['DBClusterMembers']) == 0:
- continue
- elif matches_filter:
- c_dict[c['DBClusterIdentifier']] = c
-
- self.inventory['db_clusters'] = c_dict
-
- def get_elasticache_clusters_by_region(self, region):
- ''' Makes an AWS API call to the list of ElastiCache clusters (with
- nodes' info) in a particular region.'''
-
- # ElastiCache boto module doesn't provide a get_all_intances method,
- # that's why we need to call describe directly (it would be called by
- # the shorthand method anyway...)
- try:
- conn = self.connect_to_aws(elasticache, region)
- if conn:
- # show_cache_node_info = True
- # because we also want nodes' information
- response = conn.describe_cache_clusters(None, None, None, True)
-
- except boto.exception.BotoServerError as e:
- error = e.reason
-
- if e.error_code == 'AuthFailure':
- error = self.get_auth_error_message()
- if not e.reason == "Forbidden":
- error = "Looks like AWS ElastiCache is down:\n%s" % e.message
- self.fail_with_error(error, 'getting ElastiCache clusters')
-
- try:
- # Boto also doesn't provide wrapper classes to CacheClusters or
- # CacheNodes. Because of that we can't make use of the get_list
- # method in the AWSQueryConnection. Let's do the work manually
- clusters = response['DescribeCacheClustersResponse']['DescribeCacheClustersResult']['CacheClusters']
-
- except KeyError as e:
- error = "ElastiCache query to AWS failed (unexpected format)."
- self.fail_with_error(error, 'getting ElastiCache clusters')
-
- for cluster in clusters:
- self.add_elasticache_cluster(cluster, region)
-
- def get_elasticache_replication_groups_by_region(self, region):
- ''' Makes an AWS API call to the list of ElastiCache replication groups
- in a particular region.'''
-
- # ElastiCache boto module doesn't provide a get_all_intances method,
- # that's why we need to call describe directly (it would be called by
- # the shorthand method anyway...)
- try:
- conn = self.connect_to_aws(elasticache, region)
- if conn:
- response = conn.describe_replication_groups()
-
- except boto.exception.BotoServerError as e:
- error = e.reason
-
- if e.error_code == 'AuthFailure':
- error = self.get_auth_error_message()
- if not e.reason == "Forbidden":
- error = "Looks like AWS ElastiCache [Replication Groups] is down:\n%s" % e.message
- self.fail_with_error(error, 'getting ElastiCache clusters')
-
- try:
- # Boto also doesn't provide wrapper classes to ReplicationGroups
- # Because of that we can't make use of the get_list method in the
- # AWSQueryConnection. Let's do the work manually
- replication_groups = response['DescribeReplicationGroupsResponse']['DescribeReplicationGroupsResult']['ReplicationGroups']
-
- except KeyError as e:
- error = "ElastiCache [Replication Groups] query to AWS failed (unexpected format)."
- self.fail_with_error(error, 'getting ElastiCache clusters')
-
- for replication_group in replication_groups:
- self.add_elasticache_replication_group(replication_group, region)
-
- def get_auth_error_message(self):
- ''' create an informative error message if there is an issue authenticating'''
- errors = ["Authentication error retrieving ec2 inventory."]
- if None in [os.environ.get('AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID'), os.environ.get('AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY')]:
- errors.append(' - No AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID or AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY environment vars found')
- else:
- errors.append(' - AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID and AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY environment vars found but may not be correct')
-
- boto_paths = ['/etc/boto.cfg', '~/.boto', '~/.aws/credentials']
- boto_config_found = list(p for p in boto_paths if os.path.isfile(os.path.expanduser(p)))
- if len(boto_config_found) > 0:
- errors.append(" - Boto configs found at '%s', but the credentials contained may not be correct" % ', '.join(boto_config_found))
- else:
- errors.append(" - No Boto config found at any expected location '%s'" % ', '.join(boto_paths))
-
- return '\n'.join(errors)
-
- def fail_with_error(self, err_msg, err_operation=None):
- '''log an error to std err for ansible-playbook to consume and exit'''
- if err_operation:
- err_msg = 'ERROR: "{err_msg}", while: {err_operation}'.format(
- err_msg=err_msg, err_operation=err_operation)
- sys.stderr.write(err_msg)
- sys.exit(1)
-
- def get_instance(self, region, instance_id):
- conn = self.connect(region)
-
- reservations = conn.get_all_instances([instance_id])
- for reservation in reservations:
- for instance in reservation.instances:
- return instance
-
- def add_instance(self, instance, region):
- ''' Adds an instance to the inventory and index, as long as it is
- addressable '''
-
- # Only return instances with desired instance states
- if instance.state not in self.ec2_instance_states:
- return
-
- # Select the best destination address
- if self.destination_format and self.destination_format_tags:
- dest = self.destination_format.format(*[ getattr(instance, 'tags').get(tag, '') for tag in self.destination_format_tags ])
- elif instance.subnet_id:
- dest = getattr(instance, self.vpc_destination_variable, None)
- if dest is None:
- dest = getattr(instance, 'tags').get(self.vpc_destination_variable, None)
- else:
- dest = getattr(instance, self.destination_variable, None)
- if dest is None:
- dest = getattr(instance, 'tags').get(self.destination_variable, None)
-
- if not dest:
- # Skip instances we cannot address (e.g. private VPC subnet)
- return
-
- # Set the inventory name
- hostname = None
- if self.hostname_variable:
- if self.hostname_variable.startswith('tag_'):
- hostname = instance.tags.get(self.hostname_variable[4:], None)
- else:
- hostname = getattr(instance, self.hostname_variable)
-
- # If we can't get a nice hostname, use the destination address
- if not hostname:
- hostname = dest
- else:
- hostname = self.to_safe(hostname).lower()
-
- # if we only want to include hosts that match a pattern, skip those that don't
- if self.pattern_include and not self.pattern_include.match(hostname):
- return
-
- # if we need to exclude hosts that match a pattern, skip those
- if self.pattern_exclude and self.pattern_exclude.match(hostname):
- return
-
- # Add to index
- self.index[hostname] = [region, instance.id]
-
- # Inventory: Group by instance ID (always a group of 1)
- if self.group_by_instance_id:
- self.inventory[instance.id] = [hostname]
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'instances', instance.id)
-
- # Inventory: Group by region
- if self.group_by_region:
- self.push(self.inventory, region, hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'regions', region)
-
- # Inventory: Group by availability zone
- if self.group_by_availability_zone:
- self.push(self.inventory, instance.placement, hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- if self.group_by_region:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, region, instance.placement)
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'zones', instance.placement)
-
- # Inventory: Group by Amazon Machine Image (AMI) ID
- if self.group_by_ami_id:
- ami_id = self.to_safe(instance.image_id)
- self.push(self.inventory, ami_id, hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'images', ami_id)
-
- # Inventory: Group by instance type
- if self.group_by_instance_type:
- type_name = self.to_safe('type_' + instance.instance_type)
- self.push(self.inventory, type_name, hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'types', type_name)
-
- # Inventory: Group by key pair
- if self.group_by_key_pair and instance.key_name:
- key_name = self.to_safe('key_' + instance.key_name)
- self.push(self.inventory, key_name, hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'keys', key_name)
-
- # Inventory: Group by VPC
- if self.group_by_vpc_id and instance.vpc_id:
- vpc_id_name = self.to_safe('vpc_id_' + instance.vpc_id)
- self.push(self.inventory, vpc_id_name, hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'vpcs', vpc_id_name)
-
- # Inventory: Group by security group
- if self.group_by_security_group:
- try:
- for group in instance.groups:
- key = self.to_safe("security_group_" + group.name)
- self.push(self.inventory, key, hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'security_groups', key)
- except AttributeError:
- self.fail_with_error('\n'.join(['Package boto seems a bit older.',
- 'Please upgrade boto >= 2.3.0.']))
-
- # Inventory: Group by tag keys
- if self.group_by_tag_keys:
- for k, v in instance.tags.items():
- if self.expand_csv_tags and v and ',' in v:
- values = map(lambda x: x.strip(), v.split(','))
- else:
- values = [v]
-
- for v in values:
- if v:
- key = self.to_safe("tag_" + k + "=" + v)
- else:
- key = self.to_safe("tag_" + k)
- self.push(self.inventory, key, hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'tags', self.to_safe("tag_" + k))
- if v:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, self.to_safe("tag_" + k), key)
-
- # Inventory: Group by Route53 domain names if enabled
- if self.route53_enabled and self.group_by_route53_names:
- route53_names = self.get_instance_route53_names(instance)
- for name in route53_names:
- self.push(self.inventory, name, hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'route53', name)
-
- # Global Tag: instances without tags
- if self.group_by_tag_none and len(instance.tags) == 0:
- self.push(self.inventory, 'tag_none', hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'tags', 'tag_none')
-
- # Global Tag: tag all EC2 instances
- self.push(self.inventory, 'ec2', hostname)
-
- self.inventory["_meta"]["hostvars"][hostname] = self.get_host_info_dict_from_instance(instance)
- self.inventory["_meta"]["hostvars"][hostname]['ansible_ssh_host'] = dest
-
-
- def add_rds_instance(self, instance, region):
- ''' Adds an RDS instance to the inventory and index, as long as it is
- addressable '''
-
- # Only want available instances unless all_rds_instances is True
- if not self.all_rds_instances and instance.status != 'available':
- return
-
- # Select the best destination address
- dest = instance.endpoint[0]
-
- if not dest:
- # Skip instances we cannot address (e.g. private VPC subnet)
- return
-
- # Set the inventory name
- hostname = None
- if self.hostname_variable:
- if self.hostname_variable.startswith('tag_'):
- hostname = instance.tags.get(self.hostname_variable[4:], None)
- else:
- hostname = getattr(instance, self.hostname_variable)
-
- # If we can't get a nice hostname, use the destination address
- if not hostname:
- hostname = dest
-
- hostname = self.to_safe(hostname).lower()
-
- # Add to index
- self.index[hostname] = [region, instance.id]
-
- # Inventory: Group by instance ID (always a group of 1)
- if self.group_by_instance_id:
- self.inventory[instance.id] = [hostname]
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'instances', instance.id)
-
- # Inventory: Group by region
- if self.group_by_region:
- self.push(self.inventory, region, hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'regions', region)
-
- # Inventory: Group by availability zone
- if self.group_by_availability_zone:
- self.push(self.inventory, instance.availability_zone, hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- if self.group_by_region:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, region, instance.availability_zone)
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'zones', instance.availability_zone)
-
- # Inventory: Group by instance type
- if self.group_by_instance_type:
- type_name = self.to_safe('type_' + instance.instance_class)
- self.push(self.inventory, type_name, hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'types', type_name)
-
- # Inventory: Group by VPC
- if self.group_by_vpc_id and instance.subnet_group and instance.subnet_group.vpc_id:
- vpc_id_name = self.to_safe('vpc_id_' + instance.subnet_group.vpc_id)
- self.push(self.inventory, vpc_id_name, hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'vpcs', vpc_id_name)
-
- # Inventory: Group by security group
- if self.group_by_security_group:
- try:
- if instance.security_group:
- key = self.to_safe("security_group_" + instance.security_group.name)
- self.push(self.inventory, key, hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'security_groups', key)
-
- except AttributeError:
- self.fail_with_error('\n'.join(['Package boto seems a bit older.',
- 'Please upgrade boto >= 2.3.0.']))
-
-
- # Inventory: Group by engine
- if self.group_by_rds_engine:
- self.push(self.inventory, self.to_safe("rds_" + instance.engine), hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'rds_engines', self.to_safe("rds_" + instance.engine))
-
- # Inventory: Group by parameter group
- if self.group_by_rds_parameter_group:
- self.push(self.inventory, self.to_safe("rds_parameter_group_" + instance.parameter_group.name), hostname)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'rds_parameter_groups', self.to_safe("rds_parameter_group_" + instance.parameter_group.name))
-
- # Global Tag: all RDS instances
- self.push(self.inventory, 'rds', hostname)
-
- self.inventory["_meta"]["hostvars"][hostname] = self.get_host_info_dict_from_instance(instance)
- self.inventory["_meta"]["hostvars"][hostname]['ansible_ssh_host'] = dest
-
- def add_elasticache_cluster(self, cluster, region):
- ''' Adds an ElastiCache cluster to the inventory and index, as long as
- it's nodes are addressable '''
-
- # Only want available clusters unless all_elasticache_clusters is True
- if not self.all_elasticache_clusters and cluster['CacheClusterStatus'] != 'available':
- return
-
- # Select the best destination address
- if 'ConfigurationEndpoint' in cluster and cluster['ConfigurationEndpoint']:
- # Memcached cluster
- dest = cluster['ConfigurationEndpoint']['Address']
- is_redis = False
- else:
- # Redis sigle node cluster
- # Because all Redis clusters are single nodes, we'll merge the
- # info from the cluster with info about the node
- dest = cluster['CacheNodes'][0]['Endpoint']['Address']
- is_redis = True
-
- if not dest:
- # Skip clusters we cannot address (e.g. private VPC subnet)
- return
-
- # Add to index
- self.index[dest] = [region, cluster['CacheClusterId']]
-
- # Inventory: Group by instance ID (always a group of 1)
- if self.group_by_instance_id:
- self.inventory[cluster['CacheClusterId']] = [dest]
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'instances', cluster['CacheClusterId'])
-
- # Inventory: Group by region
- if self.group_by_region and not is_redis:
- self.push(self.inventory, region, dest)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'regions', region)
-
- # Inventory: Group by availability zone
- if self.group_by_availability_zone and not is_redis:
- self.push(self.inventory, cluster['PreferredAvailabilityZone'], dest)
- if self.nested_groups:
- if self.group_by_region:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, region, cluster['PreferredAvailabilityZone'])
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'zones', cluster['PreferredAvailabilityZone'])
-
- # Inventory: Group by node type
- if self.group_by_instance_type and not is_redis:
- type_name = self.to_safe('type_' + cluster['CacheNodeType'])
- self.push(self.inventory, type_name, dest)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'types', type_name)
-
- # Inventory: Group by VPC (information not available in the current
- # AWS API version for ElastiCache)
-
- # Inventory: Group by security group
- if self.group_by_security_group and not is_redis:
-
- # Check for the existence of the 'SecurityGroups' key and also if
- # this key has some value. When the cluster is not placed in a SG
- # the query can return None here and cause an error.
- if 'SecurityGroups' in cluster and cluster['SecurityGroups'] is not None:
- for security_group in cluster['SecurityGroups']:
- key = self.to_safe("security_group_" + security_group['SecurityGroupId'])
- self.push(self.inventory, key, dest)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'security_groups', key)
-
- # Inventory: Group by engine
- if self.group_by_elasticache_engine and not is_redis:
- self.push(self.inventory, self.to_safe("elasticache_" + cluster['Engine']), dest)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'elasticache_engines', self.to_safe(cluster['Engine']))
-
- # Inventory: Group by parameter group
- if self.group_by_elasticache_parameter_group:
- self.push(self.inventory, self.to_safe("elasticache_parameter_group_" + cluster['CacheParameterGroup']['CacheParameterGroupName']), dest)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'elasticache_parameter_groups', self.to_safe(cluster['CacheParameterGroup']['CacheParameterGroupName']))
-
- # Inventory: Group by replication group
- if self.group_by_elasticache_replication_group and 'ReplicationGroupId' in cluster and cluster['ReplicationGroupId']:
- self.push(self.inventory, self.to_safe("elasticache_replication_group_" + cluster['ReplicationGroupId']), dest)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'elasticache_replication_groups', self.to_safe(cluster['ReplicationGroupId']))
-
- # Global Tag: all ElastiCache clusters
- self.push(self.inventory, 'elasticache_clusters', cluster['CacheClusterId'])
-
- host_info = self.get_host_info_dict_from_describe_dict(cluster)
-
- self.inventory["_meta"]["hostvars"][dest] = host_info
-
- # Add the nodes
- for node in cluster['CacheNodes']:
- self.add_elasticache_node(node, cluster, region)
-
- def add_elasticache_node(self, node, cluster, region):
- ''' Adds an ElastiCache node to the inventory and index, as long as
- it is addressable '''
-
- # Only want available nodes unless all_elasticache_nodes is True
- if not self.all_elasticache_nodes and node['CacheNodeStatus'] != 'available':
- return
-
- # Select the best destination address
- dest = node['Endpoint']['Address']
-
- if not dest:
- # Skip nodes we cannot address (e.g. private VPC subnet)
- return
-
- node_id = self.to_safe(cluster['CacheClusterId'] + '_' + node['CacheNodeId'])
-
- # Add to index
- self.index[dest] = [region, node_id]
-
- # Inventory: Group by node ID (always a group of 1)
- if self.group_by_instance_id:
- self.inventory[node_id] = [dest]
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'instances', node_id)
-
- # Inventory: Group by region
- if self.group_by_region:
- self.push(self.inventory, region, dest)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'regions', region)
-
- # Inventory: Group by availability zone
- if self.group_by_availability_zone:
- self.push(self.inventory, cluster['PreferredAvailabilityZone'], dest)
- if self.nested_groups:
- if self.group_by_region:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, region, cluster['PreferredAvailabilityZone'])
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'zones', cluster['PreferredAvailabilityZone'])
-
- # Inventory: Group by node type
- if self.group_by_instance_type:
- type_name = self.to_safe('type_' + cluster['CacheNodeType'])
- self.push(self.inventory, type_name, dest)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'types', type_name)
-
- # Inventory: Group by VPC (information not available in the current
- # AWS API version for ElastiCache)
-
- # Inventory: Group by security group
- if self.group_by_security_group:
-
- # Check for the existence of the 'SecurityGroups' key and also if
- # this key has some value. When the cluster is not placed in a SG
- # the query can return None here and cause an error.
- if 'SecurityGroups' in cluster and cluster['SecurityGroups'] is not None:
- for security_group in cluster['SecurityGroups']:
- key = self.to_safe("security_group_" + security_group['SecurityGroupId'])
- self.push(self.inventory, key, dest)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'security_groups', key)
-
- # Inventory: Group by engine
- if self.group_by_elasticache_engine:
- self.push(self.inventory, self.to_safe("elasticache_" + cluster['Engine']), dest)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'elasticache_engines', self.to_safe("elasticache_" + cluster['Engine']))
-
- # Inventory: Group by parameter group (done at cluster level)
-
- # Inventory: Group by replication group (done at cluster level)
-
- # Inventory: Group by ElastiCache Cluster
- if self.group_by_elasticache_cluster:
- self.push(self.inventory, self.to_safe("elasticache_cluster_" + cluster['CacheClusterId']), dest)
-
- # Global Tag: all ElastiCache nodes
- self.push(self.inventory, 'elasticache_nodes', dest)
-
- host_info = self.get_host_info_dict_from_describe_dict(node)
-
- if dest in self.inventory["_meta"]["hostvars"]:
- self.inventory["_meta"]["hostvars"][dest].update(host_info)
- else:
- self.inventory["_meta"]["hostvars"][dest] = host_info
-
- def add_elasticache_replication_group(self, replication_group, region):
- ''' Adds an ElastiCache replication group to the inventory and index '''
-
- # Only want available clusters unless all_elasticache_replication_groups is True
- if not self.all_elasticache_replication_groups and replication_group['Status'] != 'available':
- return
-
- # Select the best destination address (PrimaryEndpoint)
- dest = replication_group['NodeGroups'][0]['PrimaryEndpoint']['Address']
-
- if not dest:
- # Skip clusters we cannot address (e.g. private VPC subnet)
- return
-
- # Add to index
- self.index[dest] = [region, replication_group['ReplicationGroupId']]
-
- # Inventory: Group by ID (always a group of 1)
- if self.group_by_instance_id:
- self.inventory[replication_group['ReplicationGroupId']] = [dest]
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'instances', replication_group['ReplicationGroupId'])
-
- # Inventory: Group by region
- if self.group_by_region:
- self.push(self.inventory, region, dest)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'regions', region)
-
- # Inventory: Group by availability zone (doesn't apply to replication groups)
-
- # Inventory: Group by node type (doesn't apply to replication groups)
-
- # Inventory: Group by VPC (information not available in the current
- # AWS API version for replication groups
-
- # Inventory: Group by security group (doesn't apply to replication groups)
- # Check this value in cluster level
-
- # Inventory: Group by engine (replication groups are always Redis)
- if self.group_by_elasticache_engine:
- self.push(self.inventory, 'elasticache_redis', dest)
- if self.nested_groups:
- self.push_group(self.inventory, 'elasticache_engines', 'redis')
-
- # Global Tag: all ElastiCache clusters
- self.push(self.inventory, 'elasticache_replication_groups', replication_group['ReplicationGroupId'])
-
- host_info = self.get_host_info_dict_from_describe_dict(replication_group)
-
- self.inventory["_meta"]["hostvars"][dest] = host_info
-
- def get_route53_records(self):
- ''' Get and store the map of resource records to domain names that
- point to them. '''
-
- r53_conn = route53.Route53Connection()
- all_zones = r53_conn.get_zones()
-
- route53_zones = [ zone for zone in all_zones if zone.name[:-1]
- not in self.route53_excluded_zones ]
-
- self.route53_records = {}
-
- for zone in route53_zones:
- rrsets = r53_conn.get_all_rrsets(zone.id)
-
- for record_set in rrsets:
- record_name = record_set.name
-
- if record_name.endswith('.'):
- record_name = record_name[:-1]
-
- for resource in record_set.resource_records:
- self.route53_records.setdefault(resource, set())
- self.route53_records[resource].add(record_name)
-
-
- def get_instance_route53_names(self, instance):
- ''' Check if an instance is referenced in the records we have from
- Route53. If it is, return the list of domain names pointing to said
- instance. If nothing points to it, return an empty list. '''
-
- instance_attributes = [ 'public_dns_name', 'private_dns_name',
- 'ip_address', 'private_ip_address' ]
-
- name_list = set()
-
- for attrib in instance_attributes:
- try:
- value = getattr(instance, attrib)
- except AttributeError:
- continue
-
- if value in self.route53_records:
- name_list.update(self.route53_records[value])
-
- return list(name_list)
-
- def get_host_info_dict_from_instance(self, instance):
- instance_vars = {}
- for key in vars(instance):
- value = getattr(instance, key)
- key = self.to_safe('ec2_' + key)
-
- # Handle complex types
- # state/previous_state changed to properties in boto in https://github.com/boto/boto/commit/a23c379837f698212252720d2af8dec0325c9518
- if key == 'ec2__state':
- instance_vars['ec2_state'] = instance.state or ''
- instance_vars['ec2_state_code'] = instance.state_code
- elif key == 'ec2__previous_state':
- instance_vars['ec2_previous_state'] = instance.previous_state or ''
- instance_vars['ec2_previous_state_code'] = instance.previous_state_code
- elif type(value) in [int, bool]:
- instance_vars[key] = value
- elif isinstance(value, six.string_types):
- instance_vars[key] = value.strip()
- elif type(value) == type(None):
- instance_vars[key] = ''
- elif key == 'ec2_region':
- instance_vars[key] = value.name
- elif key == 'ec2__placement':
- instance_vars['ec2_placement'] = value.zone
- elif key == 'ec2_tags':
- for k, v in value.items():
- if self.expand_csv_tags and ',' in v:
- v = list(map(lambda x: x.strip(), v.split(',')))
- key = self.to_safe('ec2_tag_' + k)
- instance_vars[key] = v
- elif key == 'ec2_groups':
- group_ids = []
- group_names = []
- for group in value:
- group_ids.append(group.id)
- group_names.append(group.name)
- instance_vars["ec2_security_group_ids"] = ','.join([str(i) for i in group_ids])
- instance_vars["ec2_security_group_names"] = ','.join([str(i) for i in group_names])
- elif key == 'ec2_block_device_mapping':
- instance_vars["ec2_block_devices"] = {}
- for k, v in value.items():
- instance_vars["ec2_block_devices"][ os.path.basename(k) ] = v.volume_id
- else:
- pass
- # TODO Product codes if someone finds them useful
- #print key
- #print type(value)
- #print value
-
- return instance_vars
-
- def get_host_info_dict_from_describe_dict(self, describe_dict):
- ''' Parses the dictionary returned by the API call into a flat list
- of parameters. This method should be used only when 'describe' is
- used directly because Boto doesn't provide specific classes. '''
-
- # I really don't agree with prefixing everything with 'ec2'
- # because EC2, RDS and ElastiCache are different services.
- # I'm just following the pattern used until now to not break any
- # compatibility.
-
- host_info = {}
- for key in describe_dict:
- value = describe_dict[key]
- key = self.to_safe('ec2_' + self.uncammelize(key))
-
- # Handle complex types
-
- # Target: Memcached Cache Clusters
- if key == 'ec2_configuration_endpoint' and value:
- host_info['ec2_configuration_endpoint_address'] = value['Address']
- host_info['ec2_configuration_endpoint_port'] = value['Port']
-
- # Target: Cache Nodes and Redis Cache Clusters (single node)
- if key == 'ec2_endpoint' and value:
- host_info['ec2_endpoint_address'] = value['Address']
- host_info['ec2_endpoint_port'] = value['Port']
-
- # Target: Redis Replication Groups
- if key == 'ec2_node_groups' and value:
- host_info['ec2_endpoint_address'] = value[0]['PrimaryEndpoint']['Address']
- host_info['ec2_endpoint_port'] = value[0]['PrimaryEndpoint']['Port']
- replica_count = 0
- for node in value[0]['NodeGroupMembers']:
- if node['CurrentRole'] == 'primary':
- host_info['ec2_primary_cluster_address'] = node['ReadEndpoint']['Address']
- host_info['ec2_primary_cluster_port'] = node['ReadEndpoint']['Port']
- host_info['ec2_primary_cluster_id'] = node['CacheClusterId']
- elif node['CurrentRole'] == 'replica':
- host_info['ec2_replica_cluster_address_'+ str(replica_count)] = node['ReadEndpoint']['Address']
- host_info['ec2_replica_cluster_port_'+ str(replica_count)] = node['ReadEndpoint']['Port']
- host_info['ec2_replica_cluster_id_'+ str(replica_count)] = node['CacheClusterId']
- replica_count += 1
-
- # Target: Redis Replication Groups
- if key == 'ec2_member_clusters' and value:
- host_info['ec2_member_clusters'] = ','.join([str(i) for i in value])
-
- # Target: All Cache Clusters
- elif key == 'ec2_cache_parameter_group':
- host_info["ec2_cache_node_ids_to_reboot"] = ','.join([str(i) for i in value['CacheNodeIdsToReboot']])
- host_info['ec2_cache_parameter_group_name'] = value['CacheParameterGroupName']
- host_info['ec2_cache_parameter_apply_status'] = value['ParameterApplyStatus']
-
- # Target: Almost everything
- elif key == 'ec2_security_groups':
-
- # Skip if SecurityGroups is None
- # (it is possible to have the key defined but no value in it).
- if value is not None:
- sg_ids = []
- for sg in value:
- sg_ids.append(sg['SecurityGroupId'])
- host_info["ec2_security_group_ids"] = ','.join([str(i) for i in sg_ids])
-
- # Target: Everything
- # Preserve booleans and integers
- elif type(value) in [int, bool]:
- host_info[key] = value
-
- # Target: Everything
- # Sanitize string values
- elif isinstance(value, six.string_types):
- host_info[key] = value.strip()
-
- # Target: Everything
- # Replace None by an empty string
- elif type(value) == type(None):
- host_info[key] = ''
-
- else:
- # Remove non-processed complex types
- pass
-
- return host_info
-
- def get_host_info(self):
- ''' Get variables about a specific host '''
-
- if len(self.index) == 0:
- # Need to load index from cache
- self.load_index_from_cache()
-
- if not self.args.host in self.index:
- # try updating the cache
- self.do_api_calls_update_cache()
- if not self.args.host in self.index:
- # host might not exist anymore
- return self.json_format_dict({}, True)
-
- (region, instance_id) = self.index[self.args.host]
-
- instance = self.get_instance(region, instance_id)
- return self.json_format_dict(self.get_host_info_dict_from_instance(instance), True)
-
- def push(self, my_dict, key, element):
- ''' Push an element onto an array that may not have been defined in
- the dict '''
- group_info = my_dict.setdefault(key, [])
- if isinstance(group_info, dict):
- host_list = group_info.setdefault('hosts', [])
- host_list.append(element)
- else:
- group_info.append(element)
-
- def push_group(self, my_dict, key, element):
- ''' Push a group as a child of another group. '''
- parent_group = my_dict.setdefault(key, {})
- if not isinstance(parent_group, dict):
- parent_group = my_dict[key] = {'hosts': parent_group}
- child_groups = parent_group.setdefault('children', [])
- if element not in child_groups:
- child_groups.append(element)
-
- def get_inventory_from_cache(self):
- ''' Reads the inventory from the cache file and returns it as a JSON
- object '''
-
- cache = open(self.cache_path_cache, 'r')
- json_inventory = cache.read()
- return json_inventory
-
-
- def load_index_from_cache(self):
- ''' Reads the index from the cache file sets self.index '''
-
- cache = open(self.cache_path_index, 'r')
- json_index = cache.read()
- self.index = json.loads(json_index)
-
-
- def write_to_cache(self, data, filename):
- ''' Writes data in JSON format to a file '''
-
- json_data = self.json_format_dict(data, True)
- cache = open(filename, 'w')
- cache.write(json_data)
- cache.close()
-
- def uncammelize(self, key):
- temp = re.sub('(.)([A-Z][a-z]+)', r'\1_\2', key)
- return re.sub('([a-z0-9])([A-Z])', r'\1_\2', temp).lower()
-
- def to_safe(self, word):
- ''' Converts 'bad' characters in a string to underscores so they can be used as Ansible groups '''
- regex = "[^A-Za-z0-9\_"
- if not self.replace_dash_in_groups:
- regex += "\-"
- return re.sub(regex + "]", "_", word)
-
- def json_format_dict(self, data, pretty=False):
- ''' Converts a dict to a JSON object and dumps it as a formatted
- string '''
-
- if pretty:
- return json.dumps(data, sort_keys=True, indent=2)
- else:
- return json.dumps(data)
-
-
-# Run the script
-Ec2Inventory()
diff --git a/inventory/aws/hosts/hosts b/inventory/aws/hosts/hosts
deleted file mode 100644
index 3996e57..0000000
--- a/inventory/aws/hosts/hosts
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-localhost ansible_connection=local ansible_become=no ansible_python_interpreter='/usr/bin/env python2'
diff --git a/inventory/gce/hosts/gce.py b/inventory/gce/hosts/gce.py
deleted file mode 100755
index 2be46a5..0000000
--- a/inventory/gce/hosts/gce.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,477 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python2
-# pylint: skip-file
-# Copyright 2013 Google Inc.
-#
-# This file is part of Ansible
-#
-# Ansible is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
-# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
-# (at your option) any later version.
-#
-# Ansible is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-# GNU General Public License for more details.
-#
-# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-# along with Ansible. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-'''
-GCE external inventory script
-=================================
-
-Generates inventory that Ansible can understand by making API requests
-Google Compute Engine via the libcloud library. Full install/configuration
-instructions for the gce* modules can be found in the comments of
-ansible/test/gce_tests.py.
-
-When run against a specific host, this script returns the following variables
-based on the data obtained from the libcloud Node object:
- - gce_uuid
- - gce_id
- - gce_image
- - gce_machine_type
- - gce_private_ip
- - gce_public_ip
- - gce_name
- - gce_description
- - gce_status
- - gce_zone
- - gce_tags
- - gce_metadata
- - gce_network
-
-When run in --list mode, instances are grouped by the following categories:
- - zone:
- zone group name examples are us-central1-b, europe-west1-a, etc.
- - instance tags:
- An entry is created for each tag. For example, if you have two instances
- with a common tag called 'foo', they will both be grouped together under
- the 'tag_foo' name.
- - network name:
- the name of the network is appended to 'network_' (e.g. the 'default'
- network will result in a group named 'network_default')
- - machine type
- types follow a pattern like n1-standard-4, g1-small, etc.
- - running status:
- group name prefixed with 'status_' (e.g. status_running, status_stopped,..)
- - image:
- when using an ephemeral/scratch disk, this will be set to the image name
- used when creating the instance (e.g. debian-7-wheezy-v20130816). when
- your instance was created with a root persistent disk it will be set to
- 'persistent_disk' since there is no current way to determine the image.
-
-Examples:
- Execute uname on all instances in the us-central1-a zone
- $ ansible -i gce.py us-central1-a -m shell -a "/bin/uname -a"
-
- Use the GCE inventory script to print out instance specific information
- $ contrib/inventory/gce.py --host my_instance
-
-Author: Eric Johnson <erjohnso@google.com>
-Contributors: Matt Hite <mhite@hotmail.com>, Tom Melendez <supertom@google.com>
-Version: 0.0.3
-'''
-
-__requires__ = ['pycrypto>=2.6']
-try:
- import pkg_resources
-except ImportError:
- # Use pkg_resources to find the correct versions of libraries and set
- # sys.path appropriately when there are multiversion installs. We don't
- # fail here as there is code that better expresses the errors where the
- # library is used.
- pass
-
-USER_AGENT_PRODUCT="Ansible-gce_inventory_plugin"
-USER_AGENT_VERSION="v2"
-
-import sys
-import os
-import argparse
-
-from time import time
-
-import ConfigParser
-
-import logging
-logging.getLogger('libcloud.common.google').addHandler(logging.NullHandler())
-
-try:
- import json
-except ImportError:
- import simplejson as json
-
-try:
- from libcloud.compute.types import Provider
- from libcloud.compute.providers import get_driver
- _ = Provider.GCE
-except:
- sys.exit("GCE inventory script requires libcloud >= 0.13")
-
-
-class CloudInventoryCache(object):
- def __init__(self, cache_name='ansible-cloud-cache', cache_path='/tmp',
- cache_max_age=300):
- cache_dir = os.path.expanduser(cache_path)
- if not os.path.exists(cache_dir):
- os.makedirs(cache_dir)
- self.cache_path_cache = os.path.join(cache_dir, cache_name)
-
- self.cache_max_age = cache_max_age
-
- def is_valid(self, max_age=None):
- ''' Determines if the cache files have expired, or if it is still valid '''
-
- if max_age is None:
- max_age = self.cache_max_age
-
- if os.path.isfile(self.cache_path_cache):
- mod_time = os.path.getmtime(self.cache_path_cache)
- current_time = time()
- if (mod_time + max_age) > current_time:
- return True
-
- return False
-
- def get_all_data_from_cache(self, filename=''):
- ''' Reads the JSON inventory from the cache file. Returns Python dictionary. '''
-
- data = ''
- if not filename:
- filename = self.cache_path_cache
- with open(filename, 'r') as cache:
- data = cache.read()
- return json.loads(data)
-
- def write_to_cache(self, data, filename=''):
- ''' Writes data to file as JSON. Returns True. '''
- if not filename:
- filename = self.cache_path_cache
- json_data = json.dumps(data)
- with open(filename, 'w') as cache:
- cache.write(json_data)
- return True
-
-
-class GceInventory(object):
- def __init__(self):
- # Cache object
- self.cache = None
- # dictionary containing inventory read from disk
- self.inventory = {}
-
- # Read settings and parse CLI arguments
- self.parse_cli_args()
- self.config = self.get_config()
- self.driver = self.get_gce_driver()
- self.ip_type = self.get_inventory_options()
- if self.ip_type:
- self.ip_type = self.ip_type.lower()
-
- # Cache management
- start_inventory_time = time()
- cache_used = False
- if self.args.refresh_cache or not self.cache.is_valid():
- self.do_api_calls_update_cache()
- else:
- self.load_inventory_from_cache()
- cache_used = True
- self.inventory['_meta']['stats'] = {'use_cache': True}
- self.inventory['_meta']['stats'] = {
- 'inventory_load_time': time() - start_inventory_time,
- 'cache_used': cache_used
- }
-
- # Just display data for specific host
- if self.args.host:
- print(self.json_format_dict(
- self.inventory['_meta']['hostvars'][self.args.host],
- pretty=self.args.pretty))
- else:
- # Otherwise, assume user wants all instances grouped
- zones = self.parse_env_zones()
- print(self.json_format_dict(self.inventory,
- pretty=self.args.pretty))
- sys.exit(0)
-
- def get_config(self):
- """
- Reads the settings from the gce.ini file.
-
- Populates a SafeConfigParser object with defaults and
- attempts to read an .ini-style configuration from the filename
- specified in GCE_INI_PATH. If the environment variable is
- not present, the filename defaults to gce.ini in the current
- working directory.
- """
- gce_ini_default_path = os.path.join(
- os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__)), "gce.ini")
- gce_ini_path = os.environ.get('GCE_INI_PATH', gce_ini_default_path)
-
- # Create a ConfigParser.
- # This provides empty defaults to each key, so that environment
- # variable configuration (as opposed to INI configuration) is able
- # to work.
- config = ConfigParser.SafeConfigParser(defaults={
- 'gce_service_account_email_address': '',
- 'gce_service_account_pem_file_path': '',
- 'gce_project_id': '',
- 'libcloud_secrets': '',
- 'inventory_ip_type': '',
- 'cache_path': '~/.ansible/tmp',
- 'cache_max_age': '300'
- })
- if 'gce' not in config.sections():
- config.add_section('gce')
- if 'inventory' not in config.sections():
- config.add_section('inventory')
- if 'cache' not in config.sections():
- config.add_section('cache')
-
- config.read(gce_ini_path)
-
- #########
- # Section added for processing ini settings
- #########
-
- # Set the instance_states filter based on config file options
- self.instance_states = []
- if config.has_option('gce', 'instance_states'):
- states = config.get('gce', 'instance_states')
- # Ignore if instance_states is an empty string.
- if states:
- self.instance_states = states.split(',')
-
- # Caching
- cache_path = config.get('cache', 'cache_path')
- cache_max_age = config.getint('cache', 'cache_max_age')
- # TOOD(supertom): support project-specific caches
- cache_name = 'ansible-gce.cache'
- self.cache = CloudInventoryCache(cache_path=cache_path,
- cache_max_age=cache_max_age,
- cache_name=cache_name)
- return config
-
- def get_inventory_options(self):
- """Determine inventory options. Environment variables always
- take precedence over configuration files."""
- ip_type = self.config.get('inventory', 'inventory_ip_type')
- # If the appropriate environment variables are set, they override
- # other configuration
- ip_type = os.environ.get('INVENTORY_IP_TYPE', ip_type)
- return ip_type
-
- def get_gce_driver(self):
- """Determine the GCE authorization settings and return a
- libcloud driver.
- """
- # Attempt to get GCE params from a configuration file, if one
- # exists.
- secrets_path = self.config.get('gce', 'libcloud_secrets')
- secrets_found = False
- try:
- import secrets
- args = list(getattr(secrets, 'GCE_PARAMS', []))
- kwargs = getattr(secrets, 'GCE_KEYWORD_PARAMS', {})
- secrets_found = True
- except:
- pass
-
- if not secrets_found and secrets_path:
- if not secrets_path.endswith('secrets.py'):
- err = "Must specify libcloud secrets file as "
- err += "/absolute/path/to/secrets.py"
- sys.exit(err)
- sys.path.append(os.path.dirname(secrets_path))
- try:
- import secrets
- args = list(getattr(secrets, 'GCE_PARAMS', []))
- kwargs = getattr(secrets, 'GCE_KEYWORD_PARAMS', {})
- secrets_found = True
- except:
- pass
- if not secrets_found:
- args = [
- self.config.get('gce','gce_service_account_email_address'),
- self.config.get('gce','gce_service_account_pem_file_path')
- ]
- kwargs = {'project': self.config.get('gce', 'gce_project_id')}
-
- # If the appropriate environment variables are set, they override
- # other configuration; process those into our args and kwargs.
- args[0] = os.environ.get('GCE_EMAIL', args[0])
- args[1] = os.environ.get('GCE_PEM_FILE_PATH', args[1])
- kwargs['project'] = os.environ.get('GCE_PROJECT', kwargs['project'])
-
- # Retrieve and return the GCE driver.
- gce = get_driver(Provider.GCE)(*args, **kwargs)
- gce.connection.user_agent_append(
- '%s/%s' % (USER_AGENT_PRODUCT, USER_AGENT_VERSION),
- )
- return gce
-
- def parse_env_zones(self):
- '''returns a list of comma separated zones parsed from the GCE_ZONE environment variable.
- If provided, this will be used to filter the results of the grouped_instances call'''
- import csv
- reader = csv.reader([os.environ.get('GCE_ZONE',"")], skipinitialspace=True)
- zones = [r for r in reader]
- return [z for z in zones[0]]
-
- def parse_cli_args(self):
- ''' Command line argument processing '''
-
- parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
- description='Produce an Ansible Inventory file based on GCE')
- parser.add_argument('--list', action='store_true', default=True,
- help='List instances (default: True)')
- parser.add_argument('--host', action='store',
- help='Get all information about an instance')
- parser.add_argument('--pretty', action='store_true', default=False,
- help='Pretty format (default: False)')
- parser.add_argument(
- '--refresh-cache', action='store_true', default=False,
- help='Force refresh of cache by making API requests (default: False - use cache files)')
- self.args = parser.parse_args()
-
-
- def node_to_dict(self, inst):
- md = {}
-
- if inst is None:
- return {}
-
- if 'items' in inst.extra['metadata']:
- for entry in inst.extra['metadata']['items']:
- md[entry['key']] = entry['value']
-
- net = inst.extra['networkInterfaces'][0]['network'].split('/')[-1]
- # default to exernal IP unless user has specified they prefer internal
- if self.ip_type == 'internal':
- ssh_host = inst.private_ips[0]
- else:
- ssh_host = inst.public_ips[0] if len(inst.public_ips) >= 1 else inst.private_ips[0]
-
- return {
- 'gce_uuid': inst.uuid,
- 'gce_id': inst.id,
- 'gce_image': inst.image,
- 'gce_machine_type': inst.size,
- 'gce_private_ip': inst.private_ips[0],
- 'gce_public_ip': inst.public_ips[0] if len(inst.public_ips) >= 1 else None,
- 'gce_name': inst.name,
- 'gce_description': inst.extra['description'],
- 'gce_status': inst.extra['status'],
- 'gce_zone': inst.extra['zone'].name,
- 'gce_tags': inst.extra['tags'],
- 'gce_metadata': md,
- 'gce_network': net,
- # Hosts don't have a public name, so we add an IP
- 'ansible_ssh_host': ssh_host
- }
-
- def load_inventory_from_cache(self):
- ''' Loads inventory from JSON on disk. '''
-
- try:
- self.inventory = self.cache.get_all_data_from_cache()
- hosts = self.inventory['_meta']['hostvars']
- except Exception as e:
- print(
- "Invalid inventory file %s. Please rebuild with -refresh-cache option."
- % (self.cache.cache_path_cache))
- raise
-
- def do_api_calls_update_cache(self):
- ''' Do API calls and save data in cache. '''
- zones = self.parse_env_zones()
- data = self.group_instances(zones)
- self.cache.write_to_cache(data)
- self.inventory = data
-
- def list_nodes(self):
- all_nodes = []
- params, more_results = {'maxResults': 500}, True
- while more_results:
- self.driver.connection.gce_params=params
- all_nodes.extend(self.driver.list_nodes())
- more_results = 'pageToken' in params
- return all_nodes
-
- def group_instances(self, zones=None):
- '''Group all instances'''
- groups = {}
- meta = {}
- meta["hostvars"] = {}
-
- for node in self.list_nodes():
-
- # This check filters on the desired instance states defined in the
- # config file with the instance_states config option.
- #
- # If the instance_states list is _empty_ then _ALL_ states are returned.
- #
- # If the instance_states list is _populated_ then check the current
- # state against the instance_states list
- if self.instance_states and not node.extra['status'] in self.instance_states:
- continue
-
- name = node.name
-
- meta["hostvars"][name] = self.node_to_dict(node)
-
- zone = node.extra['zone'].name
-
- # To avoid making multiple requests per zone
- # we list all nodes and then filter the results
- if zones and zone not in zones:
- continue
-
- if zone in groups: groups[zone].append(name)
- else: groups[zone] = [name]
-
- tags = node.extra['tags']
- for t in tags:
- if t.startswith('group-'):
- tag = t[6:]
- else:
- tag = 'tag_%s' % t
- if tag in groups: groups[tag].append(name)
- else: groups[tag] = [name]
-
- net = node.extra['networkInterfaces'][0]['network'].split('/')[-1]
- net = 'network_%s' % net
- if net in groups: groups[net].append(name)
- else: groups[net] = [name]
-
- machine_type = node.size
- if machine_type in groups: groups[machine_type].append(name)
- else: groups[machine_type] = [name]
-
- image = node.image and node.image or 'persistent_disk'
- if image in groups: groups[image].append(name)
- else: groups[image] = [name]
-
- status = node.extra['status']
- stat = 'status_%s' % status.lower()
- if stat in groups: groups[stat].append(name)
- else: groups[stat] = [name]
-
- groups["_meta"] = meta
-
- return groups
-
- def json_format_dict(self, data, pretty=False):
- ''' Converts a dict to a JSON object and dumps it as a formatted
- string '''
-
- if pretty:
- return json.dumps(data, sort_keys=True, indent=2)
- else:
- return json.dumps(data)
-
-# Run the script
-if __name__ == '__main__':
- GceInventory()
diff --git a/inventory/gce/hosts/hosts b/inventory/gce/hosts/hosts
deleted file mode 100644
index 3996e57..0000000
--- a/inventory/gce/hosts/hosts
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-localhost ansible_connection=local ansible_become=no ansible_python_interpreter='/usr/bin/env python2'
diff --git a/inventory/libvirt/hosts/hosts b/inventory/libvirt/hosts/hosts
deleted file mode 100644
index 3996e57..0000000
--- a/inventory/libvirt/hosts/hosts
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-localhost ansible_connection=local ansible_become=no ansible_python_interpreter='/usr/bin/env python2'
diff --git a/inventory/libvirt/hosts/libvirt.ini b/inventory/libvirt/hosts/libvirt.ini
deleted file mode 100644
index 62ff204..0000000
--- a/inventory/libvirt/hosts/libvirt.ini
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,20 +0,0 @@
-# Ansible libvirt external inventory script settings
-#
-
-[libvirt]
-
-uri = qemu:///system
-
-# API calls to libvirt can be slow. For this reason, we cache the results of an API
-# call. Set this to the path you want cache files to be written to. Two files
-# will be written to this directory:
-# - ansible-libvirt.cache
-# - ansible-libvirt.index
-cache_path = /tmp
-
-# The number of seconds a cache file is considered valid. After this many
-# seconds, a new API call will be made, and the cache file will be updated.
-cache_max_age = 900
-
-
-
diff --git a/inventory/libvirt/hosts/libvirt_generic.py b/inventory/libvirt/hosts/libvirt_generic.py
deleted file mode 100755
index d63e07b..0000000
--- a/inventory/libvirt/hosts/libvirt_generic.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,191 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python2
-# pylint: skip-file
-
-'''
-libvirt external inventory script
-=================================
-
-Ansible has a feature where instead of reading from /etc/ansible/hosts
-as a text file, it can query external programs to obtain the list
-of hosts, groups the hosts are in, and even variables to assign to each host.
-
-To use this, copy this file over /etc/ansible/hosts and chmod +x the file.
-This, more or less, allows you to keep one central database containing
-info about all of your managed instances.
-
-'''
-
-# (c) 2015, Jason DeTiberus <jdetiber@redhat.com>
-#
-# This file is part of Ansible,
-#
-# Ansible is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
-# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
-# (at your option) any later version.
-#
-# Ansible is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-# GNU General Public License for more details.
-#
-# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-# along with Ansible. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-######################################################################
-
-import argparse
-import ConfigParser
-import os
-import sys
-import libvirt
-import xml.etree.ElementTree as ET
-
-try:
- import json
-except ImportError:
- import simplejson as json
-
-
-class LibvirtInventory(object):
- ''' libvirt dynamic inventory '''
-
- def __init__(self):
- ''' Main execution path '''
-
- self.inventory = dict() # A list of groups and the hosts in that group
- self.cache = dict() # Details about hosts in the inventory
-
- # Read settings and parse CLI arguments
- self.read_settings()
- self.parse_cli_args()
-
- if self.args.host:
- print(_json_format_dict(self.get_host_info(), self.args.pretty))
- elif self.args.list:
- print(_json_format_dict(self.get_inventory(), self.args.pretty))
- else: # default action with no options
- print(_json_format_dict(self.get_inventory(), self.args.pretty))
-
- def read_settings(self):
- ''' Reads the settings from the libvirt.ini file '''
-
- config = ConfigParser.SafeConfigParser()
- config.read(
- os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__)) + '/libvirt.ini'
- )
- self.libvirt_uri = config.get('libvirt', 'uri')
-
- def parse_cli_args(self):
- ''' Command line argument processing '''
-
- parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
- description='Produce an Ansible Inventory file based on libvirt'
- )
- parser.add_argument(
- '--list',
- action='store_true',
- default=True,
- help='List instances (default: True)'
- )
- parser.add_argument(
- '--host',
- action='store',
- help='Get all the variables about a specific instance'
- )
- parser.add_argument(
- '--pretty',
- action='store_true',
- default=False,
- help='Pretty format (default: False)'
- )
- self.args = parser.parse_args()
-
- def get_host_info(self):
- ''' Get variables about a specific host '''
-
- inventory = self.get_inventory()
- if self.args.host in inventory['_meta']['hostvars']:
- return inventory['_meta']['hostvars'][self.args.host]
-
- def get_inventory(self):
- ''' Construct the inventory '''
-
- inventory = dict(_meta=dict(hostvars=dict()))
-
- conn = libvirt.openReadOnly(self.libvirt_uri)
- if conn is None:
- print("Failed to open connection to %s" % self.libvirt_uri)
- sys.exit(1)
-
- domains = conn.listAllDomains()
- if domains is None:
- print("Failed to list domains for connection %s" % self.libvirt_uri)
- sys.exit(1)
-
- for domain in domains:
- hostvars = dict(libvirt_name=domain.name(),
- libvirt_id=domain.ID(),
- libvirt_uuid=domain.UUIDString())
- domain_name = domain.name()
-
- # TODO: add support for guests that are not in a running state
- state, _ = domain.state()
- # 2 is the state for a running guest
- if state != 1:
- continue
-
- hostvars['libvirt_status'] = 'running'
-
- root = ET.fromstring(domain.XMLDesc())
- ansible_ns = {'ansible': 'https://github.com/ansible/ansible'}
- for tag_elem in root.findall('./metadata/ansible:tags/ansible:tag', ansible_ns):
- tag = tag_elem.text
- _push(inventory, "tag_%s" % tag, domain_name)
- _push(hostvars, 'libvirt_tags', tag)
-
- # TODO: support more than one network interface, also support
- # interface types other than 'network'
- interface = root.find("./devices/interface[@type='network']")
- if interface is not None:
- source_elem = interface.find('source')
- mac_elem = interface.find('mac')
- if source_elem is not None and \
- mac_elem is not None:
- # Adding this to disable pylint check specifically
- # ignoring libvirt-python versions that
- # do not include DHCPLeases
- # This is needed until we upgrade the build bot to
- # RHEL7 (>= 1.2.6 libvirt)
- # pylint: disable=no-member
- dhcp_leases = conn.networkLookupByName(source_elem.get('network')) \
- .DHCPLeases(mac_elem.get('address'))
- if len(dhcp_leases) > 0:
- ip_address = dhcp_leases[0]['ipaddr']
- hostvars['ansible_ssh_host'] = ip_address
- hostvars['libvirt_ip_address'] = ip_address
-
- inventory['_meta']['hostvars'][domain_name] = hostvars
-
- return inventory
-
-def _push(my_dict, key, element):
- '''
- Push element to the my_dict[key] list.
- After having initialized my_dict[key] if it dosn't exist.
- '''
-
- if key in my_dict:
- my_dict[key].append(element)
- else:
- my_dict[key] = [element]
-
-def _json_format_dict(data, pretty=False):
- ''' Serialize data to a JSON formated str '''
-
- if pretty:
- return json.dumps(data, sort_keys=True, indent=2)
- else:
- return json.dumps(data)
-
-LibvirtInventory()
diff --git a/inventory/openstack/hosts/hosts b/inventory/openstack/hosts/hosts
deleted file mode 100644
index 9b63e98..0000000
--- a/inventory/openstack/hosts/hosts
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-localhost ansible_become=no ansible_python_interpreter='/usr/bin/env python2' connection=local
diff --git a/inventory/openstack/hosts/openstack.py b/inventory/openstack/hosts/openstack.py
deleted file mode 100755
index deefd3b..0000000
--- a/inventory/openstack/hosts/openstack.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,247 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# pylint: skip-file
-
-# Copyright (c) 2012, Marco Vito Moscaritolo <marco@agavee.com>
-# Copyright (c) 2013, Jesse Keating <jesse.keating@rackspace.com>
-# Copyright (c) 2015, Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
-# Copyright (c) 2016, Rackspace Australia
-#
-# This module is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
-# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
-# (at your option) any later version.
-#
-# This software is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-# GNU General Public License for more details.
-#
-# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-# along with this software. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-# The OpenStack Inventory module uses os-client-config for configuration.
-# https://github.com/stackforge/os-client-config
-# This means it will either:
-# - Respect normal OS_* environment variables like other OpenStack tools
-# - Read values from a clouds.yaml file.
-# If you want to configure via clouds.yaml, you can put the file in:
-# - Current directory
-# - ~/.config/openstack/clouds.yaml
-# - /etc/openstack/clouds.yaml
-# - /etc/ansible/openstack.yml
-# The clouds.yaml file can contain entries for multiple clouds and multiple
-# regions of those clouds. If it does, this inventory module will connect to
-# all of them and present them as one contiguous inventory.
-#
-# See the adjacent openstack.yml file for an example config file
-# There are two ansible inventory specific options that can be set in
-# the inventory section.
-# expand_hostvars controls whether or not the inventory will make extra API
-# calls to fill out additional information about each server
-# use_hostnames changes the behavior from registering every host with its UUID
-# and making a group of its hostname to only doing this if the
-# hostname in question has more than one server
-# fail_on_errors causes the inventory to fail and return no hosts if one cloud
-# has failed (for example, bad credentials or being offline).
-# When set to False, the inventory will return hosts from
-# whichever other clouds it can contact. (Default: True)
-
-import argparse
-import collections
-import os
-import sys
-import time
-from distutils.version import StrictVersion
-
-try:
- import json
-except:
- import simplejson as json
-
-import os_client_config
-import shade
-import shade.inventory
-
-CONFIG_FILES = ['/etc/ansible/openstack.yaml', '/etc/ansible/openstack.yml']
-
-
-def get_groups_from_server(server_vars, namegroup=True):
- groups = []
-
- region = server_vars['region']
- cloud = server_vars['cloud']
- metadata = server_vars.get('metadata', {})
-
- # Create a group for the cloud
- groups.append(cloud)
-
- # Create a group on region
- groups.append(region)
-
- # And one by cloud_region
- groups.append("%s_%s" % (cloud, region))
-
- # Check if group metadata key in servers' metadata
- if 'group' in metadata:
- groups.append(metadata['group'])
-
- for extra_group in metadata.get('groups', '').split(','):
- if extra_group:
- groups.append(extra_group.strip())
-
- groups.append('instance-%s' % server_vars['id'])
- if namegroup:
- groups.append(server_vars['name'])
-
- for key in ('flavor', 'image'):
- if 'name' in server_vars[key]:
- groups.append('%s-%s' % (key, server_vars[key]['name']))
-
- for key, value in iter(metadata.items()):
- groups.append('meta-%s_%s' % (key, value))
-
- az = server_vars.get('az', None)
- if az:
- # Make groups for az, region_az and cloud_region_az
- groups.append(az)
- groups.append('%s_%s' % (region, az))
- groups.append('%s_%s_%s' % (cloud, region, az))
- return groups
-
-
-def get_host_groups(inventory, refresh=False):
- (cache_file, cache_expiration_time) = get_cache_settings()
- if is_cache_stale(cache_file, cache_expiration_time, refresh=refresh):
- groups = to_json(get_host_groups_from_cloud(inventory))
- open(cache_file, 'w').write(groups)
- else:
- groups = open(cache_file, 'r').read()
- return groups
-
-
-def append_hostvars(hostvars, groups, key, server, namegroup=False):
- hostvars[key] = dict(
- ansible_ssh_host=server['interface_ip'],
- openstack=server)
- for group in get_groups_from_server(server, namegroup=namegroup):
- groups[group].append(key)
-
-
-def get_host_groups_from_cloud(inventory):
- groups = collections.defaultdict(list)
- firstpass = collections.defaultdict(list)
- hostvars = {}
- list_args = {}
- if hasattr(inventory, 'extra_config'):
- use_hostnames = inventory.extra_config['use_hostnames']
- list_args['expand'] = inventory.extra_config['expand_hostvars']
- if StrictVersion(shade.__version__) >= StrictVersion("1.6.0"):
- list_args['fail_on_cloud_config'] = \
- inventory.extra_config['fail_on_errors']
- else:
- use_hostnames = False
-
- for server in inventory.list_hosts(**list_args):
-
- if 'interface_ip' not in server:
- continue
- firstpass[server['name']].append(server)
- for name, servers in firstpass.items():
- if len(servers) == 1 and use_hostnames:
- append_hostvars(hostvars, groups, name, servers[0])
- else:
- server_ids = set()
- # Trap for duplicate results
- for server in servers:
- server_ids.add(server['id'])
- if len(server_ids) == 1 and use_hostnames:
- append_hostvars(hostvars, groups, name, servers[0])
- else:
- for server in servers:
- append_hostvars(
- hostvars, groups, server['id'], server,
- namegroup=True)
- groups['_meta'] = {'hostvars': hostvars}
- return groups
-
-
-def is_cache_stale(cache_file, cache_expiration_time, refresh=False):
- ''' Determines if cache file has expired, or if it is still valid '''
- if refresh:
- return True
- if os.path.isfile(cache_file) and os.path.getsize(cache_file) > 0:
- mod_time = os.path.getmtime(cache_file)
- current_time = time.time()
- if (mod_time + cache_expiration_time) > current_time:
- return False
- return True
-
-
-def get_cache_settings():
- config = os_client_config.config.OpenStackConfig(
- config_files=os_client_config.config.CONFIG_FILES + CONFIG_FILES)
- # For inventory-wide caching
- cache_expiration_time = config.get_cache_expiration_time()
- cache_path = config.get_cache_path()
- if not os.path.exists(cache_path):
- os.makedirs(cache_path)
- cache_file = os.path.join(cache_path, 'ansible-inventory.cache')
- return (cache_file, cache_expiration_time)
-
-
-def to_json(in_dict):
- return json.dumps(in_dict, sort_keys=True, indent=2)
-
-
-def parse_args():
- parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='OpenStack Inventory Module')
- parser.add_argument('--private',
- action='store_true',
- help='Use private address for ansible host')
- parser.add_argument('--refresh', action='store_true',
- help='Refresh cached information')
- parser.add_argument('--debug', action='store_true', default=False,
- help='Enable debug output')
- group = parser.add_mutually_exclusive_group(required=True)
- group.add_argument('--list', action='store_true',
- help='List active servers')
- group.add_argument('--host', help='List details about the specific host')
-
- return parser.parse_args()
-
-
-def main():
- args = parse_args()
- try:
- config_files = os_client_config.config.CONFIG_FILES + CONFIG_FILES
- shade.simple_logging(debug=args.debug)
- inventory_args = dict(
- refresh=args.refresh,
- config_files=config_files,
- private=args.private,
- )
- if hasattr(shade.inventory.OpenStackInventory, 'extra_config'):
- inventory_args.update(dict(
- config_key='ansible',
- config_defaults={
- 'use_hostnames': False,
- 'expand_hostvars': True,
- 'fail_on_errors': True,
- }
- ))
-
- inventory = shade.inventory.OpenStackInventory(**inventory_args)
-
- if args.list:
- output = get_host_groups(inventory, refresh=args.refresh)
- elif args.host:
- output = to_json(inventory.get_host(args.host))
- print(output)
- except shade.OpenStackCloudException as e:
- sys.stderr.write('%s\n' % e.message)
- sys.exit(1)
- sys.exit(0)
-
-
-if __name__ == '__main__':
- main()
diff --git a/playbooks/README.md b/playbooks/README.md
index 5857a9f..290d4c0 100644
--- a/playbooks/README.md
+++ b/playbooks/README.md
@@ -12,8 +12,6 @@ And:
- [`adhoc`](adhoc) is a generic home for playbooks and tasks that are community
supported and not officially maintained.
-- [`aws`](aws), [`gce`](gce), [`libvirt`](libvirt) and [`openstack`](openstack)
- are related to the [`bin/cluster`](../bin) tool and its usage is deprecated.
Refer to the `README.md` file in each playbook directory for more information
about them.
diff --git a/playbooks/aws/README.md b/playbooks/aws/README.md
index 410d98a..c1793c5 100644
--- a/playbooks/aws/README.md
+++ b/playbooks/aws/README.md
@@ -1,9 +1,5 @@
# AWS playbooks
-Parts of this playbook directory are meant to be driven by [`bin/cluster`](../../bin),
-which is community supported and use is considered **deprecated**.
-
-
## Provisioning
With recent desire for provisioning from customers and developers alike, the AWS
diff --git a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/add_nodes.yml b/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/add_nodes.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 0e8eb90..0000000
--- a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/add_nodes.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,35 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Launch instance(s)
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- vars:
- oo_extend_env: True
- tasks:
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_node_launch_facts.yml
- vars:
- type: "compute"
- count: "{{ num_nodes }}"
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ node_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "{{ sub_host_type }}"
-
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_node_launch_facts.yml
- vars:
- type: "infra"
- count: "{{ num_infra }}"
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ node_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "{{ sub_host_type }}"
-
-- include: scaleup.yml
-- include: list.yml
diff --git a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml b/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index c2f4dfe..0000000
--- a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,25 +0,0 @@
----
-g_all_hosts: "{{ groups['tag_clusterid_' ~ cluster_id] | default([])
- | intersect(groups['tag_environment_' ~ cluster_env] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_etcd_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type_etcd'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_new_etcd_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type_new_etcd'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_lb_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type_lb'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_nfs_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type_nfs'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_glusterfs_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-glusterfs'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_master_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type_master'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_new_master_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type_new_master'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_node_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type_node'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_new_node_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type_new_node'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_infra_hosts: "{{ g_node_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_sub-host-type_infra'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_compute_hosts: "{{ g_node_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_sub-host-type_compute'] | default([])) }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/config.yml b/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/config.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 821a0f3..0000000
--- a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/config.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,37 +0,0 @@
----
-- hosts: localhost
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: l_oo_all_hosts
- with_items: "{{ g_all_hosts | default([]) }}"
-
-- hosts: l_oo_all_hosts
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
-
-- include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/config.yml
- vars:
- g_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- g_sudo: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- g_nodeonmaster: true
- openshift_cluster_id: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- openshift_debug_level: "{{ debug_level }}"
- openshift_deployment_type: "{{ deployment_type }}"
- openshift_public_hostname: "{{ ec2_ip_address }}"
- openshift_hosted_registry_selector: 'type=infra'
- openshift_hosted_router_selector: 'type=infra'
- openshift_node_labels:
- region: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].region }}"
- type: "{{ hostvars[inventory_hostname]['ec2_tag_sub-host-type'] }}"
- openshift_master_cluster_method: 'native'
- openshift_use_openshift_sdn: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_openshift_sdn') }}"
- os_sdn_network_plugin_name: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'sdn_network_plugin_name') }}"
- openshift_use_flannel: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_flannel') }}"
- openshift_use_calico: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_calico') }}"
- openshift_use_fluentd: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_fluentd') }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/launch.yml b/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/launch.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 3edace4..0000000
--- a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/launch.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,54 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Launch instance(s)
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_etcd_launch_facts.yml
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ etcd_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "default"
-
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_master_launch_facts.yml
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ master_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "default"
-
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_node_launch_facts.yml
- vars:
- type: "compute"
- count: "{{ num_nodes }}"
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ node_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "{{ sub_host_type }}"
-
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_node_launch_facts.yml
- vars:
- type: "infra"
- count: "{{ num_infra }}"
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ node_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "{{ sub_host_type }}"
-
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ master_names.0 }}"
- groups: service_master
- when: master_names is defined and master_names.0 is defined
-
-- include: update.yml
-- include: list.yml
diff --git a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/list.yml b/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/list.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index ed8aac3..0000000
--- a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/list.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,23 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Generate oo_list_hosts group
- hosts: localhost
- gather_facts: no
- connection: local
- become: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - set_fact: scratch_group=tag_clusterid_{{ cluster_id }}
- when: cluster_id != ''
- - set_fact: scratch_group=all
- when: cluster_id == ''
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: oo_list_hosts
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- oo_public_ipv4: "{{ hostvars[item].ec2_ip_address }}"
- oo_private_ipv4: "{{ hostvars[item].ec2_private_ip_address }}"
- with_items: "{{ groups[scratch_group] | default([]) | difference(['localhost']) }}"
- - debug:
- msg: "{{ hostvars | oo_select_keys(groups[scratch_group] | default([])) | oo_pretty_print_cluster }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/scaleup.yml b/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/scaleup.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 6fa9142..0000000
--- a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/scaleup.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,32 +0,0 @@
----
-
-- hosts: localhost
- gather_facts: no
- connection: local
- become: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - name: Evaluate oo_hosts_to_update
- add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: oo_hosts_to_update
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- with_items: "{{ groups.nodes_to_add }}"
-
-- include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/update_repos_and_packages.yml
-
-- include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/scaleup.yml
- vars_files:
- - ../../aws/openshift-cluster/vars.yml
- - ../../aws/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml
- vars:
- g_new_node_hosts: "{{ groups.nodes_to_add }}"
- g_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- g_sudo: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- g_nodeonmaster: true
- openshift_cluster_id: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- openshift_debug_level: "{{ debug_level }}"
- openshift_deployment_type: "{{ deployment_type }}"
- openshift_public_hostname: "{{ ec2_ip_address }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/service.yml b/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/service.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index f7f4812..0000000
--- a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/service.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,31 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Call same systemctl command for openshift on all instance(s)
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- - cluster_hosts.yml
- tasks:
- - fail: msg="cluster_id is required to be injected in this playbook"
- when: cluster_id is not defined
-
- - name: Evaluate g_service_masters
- add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: g_service_masters
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- with_items: "{{ master_hosts | default([]) }}"
-
- - name: Evaluate g_service_nodes
- add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: g_service_nodes
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- with_items: "{{ node_hosts | default([]) }}"
-
-- include: ../../common/openshift-node/service.yml
-- include: ../../common/openshift-master/service.yml
diff --git a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/tasks/launch_instances.yml b/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/tasks/launch_instances.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 608512b..0000000
--- a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/tasks/launch_instances.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,188 +0,0 @@
----
-- set_fact:
- created_by: "{{ lookup('env', 'LOGNAME')|default(cluster, true) }}"
- docker_vol_ephemeral: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_docker_vol_ephemeral') | default(false, true) }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- env: "{{ cluster_env }}"
- host_type: "{{ type }}"
- sub_host_type: "{{ g_sub_host_type }}"
-
-- set_fact:
- ec2_instance_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'ec2_master_instance_type') | default(deployment_vars[deployment_type].type, true) }}"
- ec2_security_groups: "{{ lookup('env', 'ec2_master_security_groups') | default(deployment_vars[deployment_type].security_groups, true) }}"
- when: host_type == "master" and sub_host_type == "default"
-
-- set_fact:
- ec2_instance_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'ec2_etcd_instance_type') | default(deployment_vars[deployment_type].type, true) }}"
- ec2_security_groups: "{{ lookup('env', 'ec2_etcd_security_groups') | default(deployment_vars[deployment_type].security_groups, true) }}"
- when: host_type == "etcd" and sub_host_type == "default"
-
-- set_fact:
- ec2_instance_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'ec2_infra_instance_type') | default(deployment_vars[deployment_type].type, true) }}"
- ec2_security_groups: "{{ lookup('env', 'ec2_infra_security_groups') | default(deployment_vars[deployment_type].security_groups, true) }}"
- when: host_type == "node" and sub_host_type == "infra"
-
-- set_fact:
- ec2_instance_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'ec2_node_instance_type') | default(deployment_vars[deployment_type].type, true) }}"
- ec2_security_groups: "{{ lookup('env', 'ec2_node_security_groups') | default(deployment_vars[deployment_type].security_groups, true) }}"
- when: host_type == "node" and sub_host_type == "compute"
-
-- set_fact:
- ec2_instance_type: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].type }}"
- when: ec2_instance_type is not defined
-- set_fact:
- ec2_security_groups: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].security_groups }}"
- when: ec2_security_groups is not defined
-
-- name: Find amis for deployment_type
- ec2_ami_find:
- region: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].region }}"
- ami_id: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].image }}"
- name: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].image_name }}"
- register: ami_result
-
-- fail: msg="Could not find requested ami"
- when: not ami_result.results
-
-- set_fact:
- latest_ami: "{{ ami_result.results | oo_ami_selector(deployment_vars[deployment_type].image_name) }}"
- volume_defs:
- etcd:
- root:
- volume_size: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_etcd_root_vol_size') | default(25, true) }}"
- device_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_etcd_root_vol_type') | default('gp2', true) }}"
- iops: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_etcd_root_vol_iops') | default(500, true) }}"
- master:
- root:
- volume_size: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_master_root_vol_size') | default(25, true) }}"
- device_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_master_root_vol_type') | default('gp2', true) }}"
- iops: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_master_root_vol_iops') | default(500, true) }}"
- docker:
- volume_size: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_docker_vol_size') | default(10, true) }}"
- device_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_docker_vol_type') | default('gp2', true) }}"
- iops: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_docker_vol_iops') | default(500, true) }}"
- node:
- root:
- volume_size: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_node_root_vol_size') | default(85, true) }}"
- device_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_node_root_vol_type') | default('gp2', true) }}"
- iops: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_node_root_vol_iops') | default(500, true) }}"
- docker:
- volume_size: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_docker_vol_size') | default(32, true) }}"
- device_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_docker_vol_type') | default('gp2', true) }}"
- iops: "{{ lookup('env', 'os_docker_vol_iops') | default(500, true) }}"
-
-- set_fact:
- volumes: "{{ volume_defs | oo_ec2_volume_definition(host_type, docker_vol_ephemeral | bool) }}"
-
-- name: Launch instance(s)
- ec2:
- state: present
- region: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].region }}"
- keypair: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].keypair }}"
- group: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].security_groups }}"
- instance_type: "{{ ec2_instance_type }}"
- image: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].image }}"
- count: "{{ instances | length }}"
- vpc_subnet_id: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].vpc_subnet }}"
- assign_public_ip: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].assign_public_ip }}"
- user_data: "{{ lookup('template', '../templates/user_data.j2') }}"
- wait: yes
- instance_tags:
- created-by: "{{ created_by }}"
- clusterid: "{{ cluster }}"
- environment: "{{ cluster_env }}"
- host-type: "{{ host_type }}"
- sub-host-type: "{{ sub_host_type }}"
- volumes: "{{ volumes }}"
- register: ec2
-
-- name: Add Name tag to instances
- ec2_tag: resource={{ item.1.id }} region={{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].region }} state=present
- with_together:
- - "{{ instances }}"
- - "{{ ec2.instances }}"
- args:
- tags:
- Name: "{{ item.0 }}"
-
-- set_fact:
- instance_groups: >
- tag_created-by_{{ created_by }}, tag_clusterid_{{ cluster }},
- tag_environment_{{ cluster_env }}, tag_host-type_{{ host_type }},
- tag_sub-host-type_{{ sub_host_type }}
-
-- set_fact:
- node_label:
- region: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].region }}"
- type: "{{sub_host_type}}"
- when: host_type == "node"
-
-- set_fact:
- node_label:
- region: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].region }}"
- type: "{{host_type}}"
- when: host_type != "node"
-
-- set_fact:
- logrotate:
- - name: syslog
- path: |
- /var/log/cron
- /var/log/maillog
- /var/log/messages
- /var/log/secure
- /var/log/spooler"
- options:
- - daily
- - rotate 7
- - compress
- - sharedscripts
- - missingok
- scripts:
- postrotate: "/bin/kill -HUP `cat /var/run/syslogd.pid 2> /dev/null` 2> /dev/null || true"
-
-- name: Add new instances groups and variables
- add_host:
- hostname: "{{ item.0 }}"
- ansible_ssh_host: "{{ item.1.dns_name }}"
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- groups: "{{ instance_groups }}"
- ec2_private_ip_address: "{{ item.1.private_ip }}"
- ec2_ip_address: "{{ item.1.public_ip }}"
- ec2_tag_sub-host-type: "{{ sub_host_type }}"
- openshift_node_labels: "{{ node_label }}"
- logrotate_scripts: "{{ logrotate }}"
- with_together:
- - "{{ instances }}"
- - "{{ ec2.instances }}"
-
-- name: Add new instances to nodes_to_add group if needed
- add_host:
- hostname: "{{ item.0 }}"
- ansible_ssh_host: "{{ item.1.dns_name }}"
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- groups: nodes_to_add
- ec2_private_ip_address: "{{ item.1.private_ip }}"
- ec2_ip_address: "{{ item.1.public_ip }}"
- openshift_node_labels: "{{ node_label }}"
- logrotate_scripts: "{{ logrotate }}"
- with_together:
- - "{{ instances }}"
- - "{{ ec2.instances }}"
- when: oo_extend_env is defined and oo_extend_env | bool
-
-- name: Wait for ssh
- wait_for: "port=22 host={{ item.dns_name }}"
- with_items: "{{ ec2.instances }}"
-
-- name: Wait for user setup
- command: "ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -o PasswordAuthentication=no -o ConnectTimeout=10 -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null {{ hostvars[item.0].ansible_ssh_user }}@{{ item.1.dns_name }} echo {{ hostvars[item.0].ansible_ssh_user }} user is setup"
- register: result
- until: result.rc == 0
- retries: 20
- delay: 10
- with_together:
- - "{{ instances }}"
- - "{{ ec2.instances }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/templates/user_data.j2 b/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/templates/user_data.j2
deleted file mode 100644
index b1087f9..0000000
--- a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/templates/user_data.j2
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,22 +0,0 @@
-#cloud-config
-{% if type in ['node', 'master'] and 'docker' in volume_defs[type] %}
-mounts:
-- [ xvdb ]
-- [ ephemeral0 ]
-{% endif %}
-
-write_files:
-{% if type in ['node', 'master'] and 'docker' in volume_defs[type] %}
-- content: |
- DEVS=/dev/xvdb
- VG=docker_vg
- path: /etc/sysconfig/docker-storage-setup
- owner: root:root
- permissions: '0644'
-{% endif %}
-{% if deployment_vars[deployment_type].become | bool %}
-- path: /etc/sudoers.d/99-{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}-cloud-init-requiretty
- permissions: 440
- content: |
- Defaults:{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }} !requiretty
-{% endif %}
diff --git a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml b/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 1f15aa4..0000000
--- a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,77 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Terminate instance(s)
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: oo_hosts_to_terminate
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- with_items: "{{ (groups['tag_clusterid_' ~ cluster_id] | default([])) | difference(['localhost']) }}"
-
-- name: Unsubscribe VMs
- hosts: oo_hosts_to_terminate
- roles:
- - role: rhel_unsubscribe
- when: deployment_type in ['atomic-enterprise', 'enterprise', 'openshift-enterprise'] and
- ansible_distribution == "RedHat" and
- lookup('oo_option', 'rhel_skip_subscription') | default(rhsub_skip, True) |
- default('no', True) | lower in ['no', 'false']
-
-- name: Terminate instances
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - name: Remove tags from instances
- ec2_tag:
- resource: "{{ hostvars[item]['ec2_id'] }}"
- region: "{{ hostvars[item]['ec2_region'] }}"
- state: absent
- tags:
- environment: "{{ hostvars[item]['ec2_tag_environment'] }}"
- clusterid: "{{ hostvars[item]['ec2_tag_clusterid'] }}"
- host-type: "{{ hostvars[item]['ec2_tag_host-type'] }}"
- sub_host_type: "{{ hostvars[item]['ec2_tag_sub-host-type'] }}"
- with_items: "{{ groups.oo_hosts_to_terminate }}"
- when: "'oo_hosts_to_terminate' in groups"
-
- - name: Terminate instances
- ec2:
- state: absent
- instance_ids: ["{{ hostvars[item].ec2_id }}"]
- region: "{{ hostvars[item].ec2_region }}"
- ignore_errors: yes
- register: ec2_term
- with_items: "{{ groups.oo_hosts_to_terminate }}"
- when: "'oo_hosts_to_terminate' in groups"
-
- # Fail if any of the instances failed to terminate with an error other
- # than 403 Forbidden
- - fail:
- msg: "Terminating instance {{ item.ec2_id }} failed with message {{ item.msg }}"
- when: "'oo_hosts_to_terminate' in groups and item.has_key('failed') and item.failed"
- with_items: "{{ ec2_term.results }}"
-
- - name: Stop instance if termination failed
- ec2:
- state: stopped
- instance_ids: ["{{ item.item.ec2_id }}"]
- region: "{{ item.item.ec2_region }}"
- register: ec2_stop
- when: "'oo_hosts_to_terminate' in groups and item.has_key('failed') and item.failed"
- with_items: "{{ ec2_term.results }}"
-
- - name: Rename stopped instances
- ec2_tag: resource={{ item.item.item.ec2_id }} region={{ item.item.item.ec2_region }} state=present
- args:
- tags:
- Name: "{{ item.item.item.ec2_tag_Name }}-terminate"
- with_items: "{{ ec2_stop.results }}"
- when: ec2_stop | changed
diff --git a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/update.yml b/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/update.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index ed05d61..0000000
--- a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/update.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,34 +0,0 @@
----
-- hosts: localhost
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: l_oo_all_hosts
- with_items: "{{ g_all_hosts }}"
-
-- hosts: l_oo_all_hosts
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
-
-- name: Update - Populate oo_hosts_to_update group
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - name: Update - Evaluate oo_hosts_to_update
- add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: oo_hosts_to_update
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- with_items: "{{ g_all_hosts | default([]) }}"
-
-- include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/update_repos_and_packages.yml
-
-- include: config.yml
diff --git a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/vars.yml b/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/vars.yml
index b2b0716..7810157 100644
--- a/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/vars.yml
+++ b/playbooks/aws/openshift-cluster/vars.yml
@@ -1,36 +1,4 @@
---
-debug_level: 2
-
-deployment_rhel7_ent_base:
- # rhel-7.1, requires cloud access subscription
- image: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_image') | default('ami-10251c7a', True) }}"
- image_name: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_image_name') | default(None, True) }}"
- region: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_region') | default('us-east-1', True) }}"
- ssh_user: ec2-user
- become: yes
- keypair: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_keypair') | default('libra', True) }}"
- type: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_instance_type') | default('m4.large', True) }}"
- security_groups: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_security_groups') | default([ 'public' ], True) }}"
- vpc_subnet: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_vpc_subnet') | default(omit, True) }}"
- assign_public_ip: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_assign_public_ip') | default(omit, True) }}"
-
-deployment_vars:
- origin:
- # centos-7, requires marketplace
- image: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_image') | default('ami-6d1c2007', True) }}"
- image_name: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_image_name') | default(None, True) }}"
- region: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_region') | default('us-east-1', True) }}"
- ssh_user: centos
- become: yes
- keypair: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_keypair') | default('libra', True) }}"
- type: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_instance_type') | default('m4.large', True) }}"
- security_groups: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_security_groups') | default([ 'public' ], True) }}"
- vpc_subnet: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_vpc_subnet') | default(omit, True) }}"
- assign_public_ip: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ec2_assign_public_ip') | default(omit, True) }}"
-
- enterprise: "{{ deployment_rhel7_ent_base }}"
- openshift-enterprise: "{{ deployment_rhel7_ent_base }}"
- atomic-enterprise: "{{ deployment_rhel7_ent_base }}"
clusterid: mycluster
region: us-east-1
diff --git a/playbooks/byo/vagrant.yml b/playbooks/byo/vagrant.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 76246e7..0000000
--- a/playbooks/byo/vagrant.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
----
-- include: rhel_subscribe.yml
-
-- include: config.yml
diff --git a/playbooks/common/README.md b/playbooks/common/README.md
index 0b5e269..968bd99 100644
--- a/playbooks/common/README.md
+++ b/playbooks/common/README.md
@@ -1,9 +1,8 @@
# Common playbooks
This directory has a generic set of playbooks that are included by playbooks in
-[`byo`](../byo), as well as other playbooks related to the
-[`bin/cluster`](../../bin) tool.
+[`byo`](../byo).
Note: playbooks in this directory use generic group names that do not line up
-with the groups used by the `byo` playbooks or `bin/cluster` derived playbooks,
-requiring an explicit remapping of groups.
+with the groups used by the `byo` playbooks, requiring an explicit remapping of
+groups.
diff --git a/playbooks/common/openshift-etcd/service.yml b/playbooks/common/openshift-etcd/service.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index ced4bdd..0000000
--- a/playbooks/common/openshift-etcd/service.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,23 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Populate g_service_masters host group if needed
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - fail: msg="new_cluster_state is required to be injected in this playbook"
- when: new_cluster_state is not defined
-
- - name: Evaluate g_service_etcd
- add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: g_service_etcd
- with_items: "{{ oo_host_group_exp | default([]) }}"
- changed_when: False
-
-- name: Change etcd state on etcd instance(s)
- hosts: g_service_etcd
- connection: ssh
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - service: name=etcd state="{{ new_cluster_state }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/common/openshift-loadbalancer/service.yml b/playbooks/common/openshift-loadbalancer/service.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index d3762c9..0000000
--- a/playbooks/common/openshift-loadbalancer/service.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,23 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Populate g_service_nodes host group if needed
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - fail: msg="new_cluster_state is required to be injected in this playbook"
- when: new_cluster_state is not defined
-
- - name: Evaluate g_service_lb
- add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: g_service_lb
- with_items: "{{ oo_host_group_exp | default([]) }}"
- changed_when: False
-
-- name: Change state on lb instance(s)
- hosts: g_service_lb
- connection: ssh
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - service: name=haproxy state="{{ new_cluster_state }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/common/openshift-master/service.yml b/playbooks/common/openshift-master/service.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 48a2731..0000000
--- a/playbooks/common/openshift-master/service.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,23 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Populate g_service_masters host group if needed
- hosts: localhost
- gather_facts: no
- connection: local
- become: no
- tasks:
- - fail: msg="new_cluster_state is required to be injected in this playbook"
- when: new_cluster_state is not defined
-
- - name: Evaluate g_service_masters
- add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: g_service_masters
- with_items: "{{ oo_host_group_exp | default([]) }}"
- changed_when: False
-
-- name: Change state on master instance(s)
- hosts: g_service_masters
- connection: ssh
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - service: name={{ openshift.common.service_type }}-master state="{{ new_cluster_state }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/common/openshift-nfs/service.yml b/playbooks/common/openshift-nfs/service.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index b1e35e4..0000000
--- a/playbooks/common/openshift-nfs/service.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,21 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Populate g_service_nfs host group if needed
- hosts: localhost
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - fail: msg="new_cluster_state is required to be injected in this playbook"
- when: new_cluster_state is not defined
-
- - name: Evaluate g_service_nfs
- add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: g_service_nfs
- with_items: "{{ oo_host_group_exp | default([]) }}"
- changed_when: False
-
-- name: Change state on nfs instance(s)
- hosts: g_service_nfs
- connection: ssh
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - service: name=nfs-server state="{{ new_cluster_state }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/common/openshift-node/service.yml b/playbooks/common/openshift-node/service.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 130a541..0000000
--- a/playbooks/common/openshift-node/service.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,26 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Populate g_service_nodes host group if needed
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - fail: msg="new_cluster_state is required to be injected in this playbook"
- when: new_cluster_state is not defined
-
- - name: Evaluate g_service_nodes
- add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: g_service_nodes
- with_items: "{{ oo_host_group_exp | default([]) }}"
- changed_when: False
-
-- name: Change state on node instance(s)
- hosts: g_service_nodes
- connection: ssh
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - name: Change state on node instance(s)
- service:
- name: "{{ service_type }}-node"
- state: "{{ new_cluster_state }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/gce/README.md b/playbooks/gce/README.md
deleted file mode 100644
index 0514d6f..0000000
--- a/playbooks/gce/README.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-# GCE playbooks
-
-This playbook directory is meant to be driven by [`bin/cluster`](../../bin),
-which is community supported and most use is considered deprecated.
diff --git a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/add_nodes.yml b/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/add_nodes.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 765e03f..0000000
--- a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/add_nodes.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,43 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Launch instance(s)
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- vars:
- oo_extend_env: True
- tasks:
- - fail:
- msg: Deployment type not supported for gce provider yet
- when: deployment_type == 'enterprise'
-
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_node_launch_facts.yml
- vars:
- type: "compute"
- count: "{{ num_nodes }}"
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ node_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "{{ sub_host_type }}"
- gce_machine_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_machine_node_type') | default(lookup('env', 'gce_machine_type'), true) }}"
- gce_machine_image: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_machine_node_image') | default(lookup('env', 'gce_machine_image'), true) }}"
-
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_node_launch_facts.yml
- vars:
- type: "infra"
- count: "{{ num_infra }}"
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ node_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "{{ sub_host_type }}"
- gce_machine_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_machine_node_type') | default(lookup('env', 'gce_machine_type'), true) }}"
- gce_machine_image: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_machine_node_image') | default(lookup('env', 'gce_machine_image'), true) }}"
-
-- include: scaleup.yml
-- include: list.yml
diff --git a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml b/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index e5f4138..0000000
--- a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,25 +0,0 @@
----
-g_all_hosts: "{{ groups['tag_clusterid-' ~ cluster_id] | default([])
- | intersect(groups['tag_environment-' ~ cluster_env] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_etcd_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-etcd'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_new_etcd_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-new_etcd'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_lb_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-lb'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_nfs_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-nfs'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_glusterfs_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-glusterfs'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_master_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-master'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_new_master_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-new-master'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_node_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-node'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_new_node_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-new-node'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_infra_hosts: "{{ g_node_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_sub-host-type-infra'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_compute_hosts: "{{ g_node_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_sub-host-type-compute'] | default([])) }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/config.yml b/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/config.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 2625d4d..0000000
--- a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/config.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,36 +0,0 @@
----
-- hosts: localhost
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: l_oo_all_hosts
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- with_items: "{{ g_all_hosts | default([]) }}"
-
-- hosts: l_oo_all_hosts
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
-
-- include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/config.yml
- vars:
- g_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- g_sudo: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- g_nodeonmaster: true
- openshift_cluster_id: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- openshift_debug_level: "{{ debug_level }}"
- openshift_deployment_type: "{{ deployment_type }}"
- openshift_hostname: "{{ gce_private_ip }}"
- openshift_hosted_registry_selector: 'type=infra'
- openshift_hosted_router_selector: 'type=infra'
- openshift_master_cluster_method: 'native'
- openshift_use_openshift_sdn: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_openshift_sdn') }}"
- os_sdn_network_plugin_name: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'sdn_network_plugin_name') }}"
- openshift_use_flannel: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_flannel') }}"
- openshift_use_calico: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_calico') }}"
- openshift_use_fluentd: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_fluentd') }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/filter_plugins b/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/filter_plugins
deleted file mode 120000
index 99a95e4..0000000
--- a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/filter_plugins
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-../../../filter_plugins \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/launch.yml b/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/launch.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 7532a67..0000000
--- a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/launch.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,67 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Launch instance(s)
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - fail: msg="Deployment type not supported for gce provider yet"
- when: deployment_type == 'enterprise'
-
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_etcd_launch_facts.yml
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ etcd_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "default"
- gce_machine_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_machine_etcd_type') | default(lookup('env', 'gce_machine_type'), true) }}"
- gce_machine_image: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_machine_etcd_image') | default(lookup('env', 'gce_machine_image'), true) }}"
-
-
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_master_launch_facts.yml
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ master_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "default"
- gce_machine_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_machine_master_type') | default(lookup('env', 'gce_machine_type'), true) }}"
- gce_machine_image: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_machine_master_image') | default(lookup('env', 'gce_machine_image'), true) }}"
-
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_node_launch_facts.yml
- vars:
- type: "compute"
- count: "{{ num_nodes }}"
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ node_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "{{ sub_host_type }}"
- gce_machine_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_machine_node_type') | default(lookup('env', 'gce_machine_type'), true) }}"
- gce_machine_image: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_machine_node_image') | default(lookup('env', 'gce_machine_image'), true) }}"
-
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_node_launch_facts.yml
- vars:
- type: "infra"
- count: "{{ num_infra }}"
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ node_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "{{ sub_host_type }}"
- gce_machine_type: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_machine_node_type') | default(lookup('env', 'gce_machine_type'), true) }}"
- gce_machine_image: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_machine_node_image') | default(lookup('env', 'gce_machine_image'), true) }}"
-
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ master_names.0 }}"
- groups: service_master
- when: master_names is defined and master_names.0 is defined
-
-- include: update.yml
-
-- include: list.yml
diff --git a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/list.yml b/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/list.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 34ab095..0000000
--- a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/list.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,23 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Generate oo_list_hosts group
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - set_fact: scratch_group=tag_clusterid-{{ cluster_id }}
- when: cluster_id != ''
- - set_fact: scratch_group=all
- when: cluster_id == ''
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: oo_list_hosts
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- oo_public_ipv4: "{{ hostvars[item].gce_public_ip }}"
- oo_private_ipv4: "{{ hostvars[item].gce_private_ip }}"
- with_items: "{{ groups[scratch_group] | default([], true) | difference(['localhost']) | difference(groups.status_terminated | default([], true)) }}"
- - debug:
- msg: "{{ hostvars | oo_select_keys(groups[scratch_group] | default([])) | oo_pretty_print_cluster }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/lookup_plugins b/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/lookup_plugins
deleted file mode 120000
index ac79701..0000000
--- a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/lookup_plugins
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-../../../lookup_plugins \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/roles b/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/roles
deleted file mode 120000
index 20c4c58..0000000
--- a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/roles
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-../../../roles \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/service.yml b/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/service.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 13b2679..0000000
--- a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/service.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,29 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Call same systemctl command for openshift on all instance(s)
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- - cluster_hosts.yml
- tasks:
- - fail: msg="cluster_id is required to be injected in this playbook"
- when: cluster_id is not defined
-
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: g_service_nodes
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- with_items: "{{ node_hosts | default([]) | difference(['localhost']) | difference(groups.status_terminated) }}"
-
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: g_service_masters
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- with_items: "{{ master_hosts | default([]) | difference(['localhost']) | difference(groups.status_terminated) }}"
-
-- include: ../../common/openshift-node/service.yml
-- include: ../../common/openshift-master/service.yml
diff --git a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/tasks/launch_instances.yml b/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/tasks/launch_instances.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 65dd2b7..0000000
--- a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/tasks/launch_instances.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,65 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Launch instance(s)
- gce:
- instance_names: "{{ instances|join(',') }}"
- machine_type: "{{ gce_machine_type | default(deployment_vars[deployment_type].machine_type, true) }}"
- image: "{{ gce_machine_image | default(deployment_vars[deployment_type].image, true) }}"
- service_account_email: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_service_account_email_address') }}"
- pem_file: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_service_account_pem_file_path') }}"
- project_id: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_project_id') }}"
- zone: "{{ lookup('env', 'zone') }}"
- network: "{{ lookup('env', 'network') }}"
- subnetwork: "{{ lookup('env', 'subnetwork') | default(omit, True) }}"
- # unsupported in 1.9.+
- #service_account_permissions: "datastore,logging-write"
- tags:
- - created-by-{{ lookup('env', 'LOGNAME') | regex_replace('[^a-z0-9]+', '') | default(cluster, true) }}
- - environment-{{ cluster_env }}
- - clusterid-{{ cluster_id }}
- - host-type-{{ type }}
- - sub-host-type-{{ g_sub_host_type }}
- metadata:
- startup-script: |
- #!/bin/bash
- echo "Defaults:{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }} !requiretty" > /etc/sudoers.d/99-{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}
-
- when: instances |length > 0
- register: gce
-
-- set_fact:
- node_label:
- # There doesn't seem to be a way to get the region directly, so parse it out of the zone.
- region: "{{ gce.zone | regex_replace('^(.*)-.*$', '\\\\1') }}"
- type: "{{ g_sub_host_type }}"
- when: instances |length > 0 and type == "node"
-
-- set_fact:
- node_label:
- # There doesn't seem to be a way to get the region directly, so parse it out of the zone.
- region: "{{ gce.zone | regex_replace('^(.*)-.*$', '\\\\1') }}"
- type: "{{ type }}"
- when: instances |length > 0 and type != "node"
-
-- name: Add new instances to groups and set variables needed
- add_host:
- hostname: "{{ item.name }}"
- ansible_ssh_host: "{{ item.public_ip }}"
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- groups: "{{ item.tags | oo_prepend_strings_in_list('tag_') | join(',') }}"
- gce_public_ip: "{{ item.public_ip }}"
- gce_private_ip: "{{ item.private_ip }}"
- openshift_node_labels: "{{ node_label }}"
- with_items: "{{ gce.instance_data | default([], true) }}"
-
-- name: Wait for ssh
- wait_for: port=22 host={{ item.public_ip }}
- with_items: "{{ gce.instance_data | default([], true) }}"
-
-- name: Wait for user setup
- command: "ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -o PasswordAuthentication=no -o ConnectTimeout=10 -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null {{ hostvars[item.name].ansible_ssh_user }}@{{ item.public_ip }} echo {{ hostvars[item.name].ansible_ssh_user }} user is setup"
- register: result
- until: result.rc == 0
- retries: 30
- delay: 5
- with_items: "{{ gce.instance_data | default([], true) }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml b/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index afe269b..0000000
--- a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,58 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Terminate instance(s)
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: oo_hosts_to_terminate
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- with_items: "{{ (groups['tag_clusterid-' ~ cluster_id] | default([])) | difference(['localhost']) }}"
-
-- name: Unsubscribe VMs
- hosts: oo_hosts_to_terminate
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- roles:
- - role: rhel_unsubscribe
- when: deployment_type in ['atomic-enterprise', 'enterprise', 'openshift-enterprise'] and
- ansible_distribution == "RedHat" and
- lookup('oo_option', 'rhel_skip_subscription') | default(rhsub_skip, True) |
- default('no', True) | lower in ['no', 'false']
-
-- name: Terminate instances(s)
- hosts: localhost
- become: no
- connection: local
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - name: Terminate instances that were previously launched
- local_action:
- module: gce
- state: 'absent'
- name: "{{ item }}"
- service_account_email: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_service_account_email_address') }}"
- pem_file: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_service_account_pem_file_path') }}"
- project_id: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_project_id') }}"
- zone: "{{ lookup('env', 'zone') }}"
- with_items: "{{ groups['oo_hosts_to_terminate'] | default([], true) }}"
- when: item is defined
-
-#- include: ../openshift-node/terminate.yml
-# vars:
-# gce_service_account_email: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_service_account_email_address') }}"
-# gce_pem_file: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_service_account_pem_file_path') }}"
-# gce_project_id: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_project_id') }}"
-#
-#- include: ../openshift-master/terminate.yml
-# vars:
-# gce_service_account_email: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_service_account_email_address') }}"
-# gce_pem_file: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_service_account_pem_file_path') }}"
-# gce_project_id: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_project_id') }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/update.yml b/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/update.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 6d2af3d..0000000
--- a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/update.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,34 +0,0 @@
----
-- hosts: localhost
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: l_oo_all_hosts
- with_items: "{{ g_all_hosts }}"
-
-- hosts: l_oo_all_hosts
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
-
-- name: Populate oo_hosts_to_update group
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - name: Evaluate oo_hosts_to_update
- add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: oo_hosts_to_update
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- with_items: "{{ g_all_hosts | default([]) }}"
-
-- include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/update_repos_and_packages.yml
-
-- include: config.yml
diff --git a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/vars.yml b/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/vars.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 13c754c..0000000
--- a/playbooks/gce/openshift-cluster/vars.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,18 +0,0 @@
----
-debug_level: 2
-
-deployment_rhel7_ent_base:
- image: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'image_name') | default('rhel-7', True) }}"
- machine_type: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'machine_type') | default('n1-standard-1', True) }}"
- ssh_user: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_ssh_user') | default(ansible_ssh_user, true) }}"
- become: yes
-
-deployment_vars:
- origin:
- image: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'image_name') | default('centos-7', True) }}"
- machine_type: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'machine_type') | default('n1-standard-1', True) }}"
- ssh_user: "{{ lookup('env', 'gce_ssh_user') | default(ansible_ssh_user, true) }}"
- become: yes
- enterprise: "{{ deployment_rhel7_ent_base }}"
- openshift-enterprise: "{{ deployment_rhel7_ent_base }}"
- atomic-enterprise: "{{ deployment_rhel7_ent_base }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/README.md b/playbooks/libvirt/README.md
deleted file mode 100644
index 3ce46a7..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/README.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-# libvirt playbooks
-
-This playbook directory is meant to be driven by [`bin/cluster`](../../bin),
-which is community supported and most use is considered deprecated.
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index e5f4138..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,25 +0,0 @@
----
-g_all_hosts: "{{ groups['tag_clusterid-' ~ cluster_id] | default([])
- | intersect(groups['tag_environment-' ~ cluster_env] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_etcd_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-etcd'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_new_etcd_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-new_etcd'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_lb_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-lb'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_nfs_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-nfs'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_glusterfs_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-glusterfs'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_master_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-master'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_new_master_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-new-master'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_node_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-node'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_new_node_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-new-node'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_infra_hosts: "{{ g_node_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_sub-host-type-infra'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_compute_hosts: "{{ g_node_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_sub-host-type-compute'] | default([])) }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/config.yml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/config.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 569e00d..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/config.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,39 +0,0 @@
----
-# TODO: need to figure out a plan for setting hostname, currently the default
-# is localhost, so no hostname value (or public_hostname) value is getting
-# assigned
-
-- include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/std_include.yml
-
-- hosts: localhost
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: l_oo_all_hosts
- with_items: "{{ g_all_hosts | default([]) }}"
-
-- hosts: l_oo_all_hosts
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
-
-- include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/config.yml
- vars:
- g_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- g_sudo: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- g_nodeonmaster: true
- openshift_cluster_id: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- openshift_debug_level: "{{ debug_level }}"
- openshift_deployment_type: "{{ deployment_type }}"
- openshift_hosted_registry_selector: 'type=infra'
- openshift_hosted_router_selector: 'type=infra'
- openshift_master_cluster_method: 'native'
- openshift_use_openshift_sdn: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_openshift_sdn') }}"
- os_sdn_network_plugin_name: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'sdn_network_plugin_name') }}"
- openshift_use_flannel: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_flannel') }}"
- openshift_use_calico: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_calico') }}"
- openshift_use_fluentd: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_fluentd') }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/filter_plugins b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/filter_plugins
deleted file mode 120000
index 99a95e4..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/filter_plugins
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-../../../filter_plugins \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/launch.yml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/launch.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 2475b9d..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/launch.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,57 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Launch instance(s)
- hosts: localhost
- become: no
- connection: local
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- vars:
- image_url: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].image.url }}"
- image_sha256: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].image.sha256 }}"
- image_name: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].image.name }}"
- image_compression: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].image.compression }}"
- tasks:
- - include: tasks/configure_libvirt.yml
-
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_etcd_launch_facts.yml
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ etcd_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "default"
-
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_master_launch_facts.yml
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ master_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "default"
-
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_node_launch_facts.yml
- vars:
- type: "compute"
- count: "{{ num_nodes }}"
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ node_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "{{ sub_host_type }}"
-
- - include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/tasks/set_node_launch_facts.yml
- vars:
- type: "infra"
- count: "{{ num_infra }}"
- - include: tasks/launch_instances.yml
- vars:
- instances: "{{ node_names }}"
- cluster: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- type: "{{ k8s_type }}"
- g_sub_host_type: "{{ sub_host_type }}"
-
-- include: update.yml
-
-- include: list.yml
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/list.yml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/list.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 579cd7a..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/list.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,23 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Generate oo_list_hosts group
- hosts: localhost
- become: no
- connection: local
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - set_fact: scratch_group=tag_clusterid-{{ cluster_id }}
- when: cluster_id != ''
- - set_fact: scratch_group=all
- when: cluster_id == ''
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: oo_list_hosts
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- oo_public_ipv4: ""
- oo_private_ipv4: "{{ hostvars[item].libvirt_ip_address }}"
- with_items: "{{ groups[scratch_group] | default([]) | difference(['localhost']) }}"
- - debug:
- msg: "{{ hostvars | oo_select_keys(groups[scratch_group] | default([])) | oo_pretty_print_cluster }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/lookup_plugins b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/lookup_plugins
deleted file mode 120000
index ac79701..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/lookup_plugins
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-../../../lookup_plugins \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/roles b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/roles
deleted file mode 120000
index 20c4c58..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/roles
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-../../../roles \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/service.yml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/service.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 8bd24a8..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/service.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,34 +0,0 @@
----
-# TODO: need to figure out a plan for setting hostname, currently the default
-# is localhost, so no hostname value (or public_hostname) value is getting
-# assigned
-
-- name: Call same systemctl command for openshift on all instance(s)
- hosts: localhost
- become: no
- connection: local
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - fail: msg="cluster_id is required to be injected in this playbook"
- when: cluster_id is not defined
-
- - name: Evaluate g_service_masters
- add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- groups: g_service_masters
- with_items: "{{ g_master_hosts | default([]) }}"
-
- - name: Evaluate g_service_nodes
- add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- groups: g_service_nodes
- with_items: "{{ g_node_hosts | default([]) }}"
-
-- include: ../../common/openshift-node/service.yml
-- include: ../../common/openshift-master/service.yml
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/configure_libvirt.yml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/configure_libvirt.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index f237c1a..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/configure_libvirt.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
----
-- include: configure_libvirt_storage_pool.yml
- when: libvirt_storage_pool is defined and libvirt_storage_pool_path is defined
-
-- include: configure_libvirt_network.yml
- when: libvirt_network is defined
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/configure_libvirt_network.yml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/configure_libvirt_network.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index b42ca83..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/configure_libvirt_network.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,11 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Create the libvirt network for OpenShift
- virt_net:
- name: '{{ libvirt_network }}'
- state: '{{ item }}'
- autostart: 'yes'
- xml: "{{ lookup('template', 'network.xml') }}"
- uri: '{{ libvirt_uri }}'
- with_items:
- - present
- - active
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/configure_libvirt_storage_pool.yml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/configure_libvirt_storage_pool.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 8685624..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/configure_libvirt_storage_pool.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,30 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Create libvirt storage directory for openshift
- file:
- dest: "{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}"
- state: directory
-
-# We need to set permissions on the directory and any items created under the directory, so we need to call the acl module with and without default set.
-- acl:
- default: '{{ item.default }}'
- entity: kvm
- etype: group
- name: "{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}"
- permissions: '{{ item.permissions }}'
- state: present
- with_items:
- - default: no
- permissions: x
- - default: yes
- permissions: rwx
-
-- name: Create the libvirt storage pool for OpenShift
- virt_pool:
- name: '{{ libvirt_storage_pool }}'
- state: '{{ item }}'
- autostart: 'yes'
- xml: "{{ lookup('template', 'storage-pool.xml') }}"
- uri: '{{ libvirt_uri }}'
- with_items:
- - present
- - active
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/launch_instances.yml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/launch_instances.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 4df86ef..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/tasks/launch_instances.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,142 +0,0 @@
----
-# TODO: Add support for choosing base image based on deployment_type and os
-# wanted (os wanted needs support added in bin/cluster with sane defaults:
-# fedora/centos for origin, rhel for enterprise)
-
-# TODO: create a role to encapsulate some of this complexity, possibly also
-# create a module to manage the storage tasks, network tasks, and possibly
-# even handle the libvirt tasks to set metadata in the domain xml and be able
-# to create/query data about vms without having to use xml the python libvirt
-# bindings look like a good candidate for this
-
-- name: Download Base Cloud image
- get_url:
- url: '{{ image_url }}'
- sha256sum: '{{ image_sha256 }}'
- dest: '{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ [image_name, image_compression] | difference([""]) | join(".") }}'
- when: ( lookup("oo_option", "skip_image_download") | default("no", True) | lower ) in ["false", "no"]
- register: downloaded_image
-
-- name: Uncompress xz compressed base cloud image
- command: 'unxz -kf {{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ [image_name, image_compression] | join(".") }}'
- args:
- creates: '{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ image_name }}'
- when: image_compression in ["xz"] and downloaded_image.changed
-
-- name: Uncompress tgz compressed base cloud image
- command: 'tar zxvf {{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ [image_name, image_compression] | join(".") }}'
- args:
- creates: '{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ image_name }}'
- when: image_compression in ["tgz"] and downloaded_image.changed
-
-- name: Uncompress gzip compressed base cloud image
- command: 'gunzip {{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ [image_name, image_compression] | join(".") }}'
- args:
- creates: '{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ image_name }}'
- when: image_compression in ["gz"] and downloaded_image.changed
-
-- name: Create the cloud-init config drive path
- file:
- dest: '{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ item }}_configdrive/'
- state: directory
- with_items: '{{ instances }}'
-
-- name: Create the cloud-init config drive files
- template:
- src: '{{ item[1] }}'
- dest: '{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ item[0] }}_configdrive/{{ item[1] }}'
- with_nested:
- - '{{ instances }}'
- - [ user-data, meta-data ]
-
-- name: Check for genisoimage
- command: which genisoimage
- register: which_genisoimage
-
-- name: Create the cloud-init config drive
- command: "{{ 'genisoimage' if which_genisoimage.rc == 0 else 'mkisofs' }} -output {{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ item }}_cloud-init.iso -volid cidata -joliet -rock user-data meta-data"
- args:
- chdir: "{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ item }}_configdrive/"
- creates: "{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ item }}_cloud-init.iso"
- with_items: '{{ instances }}'
-
-- name: Refresh the libvirt storage pool for openshift
- command: 'virsh -c {{ libvirt_uri }} pool-refresh {{ libvirt_storage_pool }}'
-
-- name: Create VM drives
- command: 'virsh -c {{ libvirt_uri }} vol-create-as {{ libvirt_storage_pool }} {{ item }}.qcow2 10G --format qcow2 --backing-vol {{ image_name }} --backing-vol-format qcow2'
- with_items: '{{ instances }}'
-
-- name: Create VM docker drives
- command: 'virsh -c {{ libvirt_uri }} vol-create-as {{ libvirt_storage_pool }} {{ item }}-docker.qcow2 10G --format qcow2 --allocation 0'
- with_items: '{{ instances }}'
-
-- name: Create VMs
- virt:
- name: '{{ item }}'
- command: define
- xml: "{{ lookup('template', '../templates/domain.xml') }}"
- uri: '{{ libvirt_uri }}'
- with_items: '{{ instances }}'
-
-- name: Start VMs
- virt:
- name: '{{ item }}'
- state: running
- uri: '{{ libvirt_uri }}'
- with_items: '{{ instances }}'
-
-- name: Wait for the VMs to get an IP
- shell: 'virsh -c {{ libvirt_uri }} net-dhcp-leases {{ libvirt_network }} | egrep -c ''{{ instances | join("|") }}'''
- register: nb_allocated_ips
- until: nb_allocated_ips.stdout == '{{ instances | length }}'
- retries: 60
- delay: 3
- when: instances | length != 0
-
-- name: Collect IP addresses of the VMs
- shell: 'virsh -c {{ libvirt_uri }} net-dhcp-leases {{ libvirt_network }} | awk ''$6 == "{{ item }}" {gsub(/\/.*/, "", $5); print $5}'''
- register: scratch_ip
- with_items: '{{ instances }}'
-
-- set_fact:
- ips: "{{ scratch_ip.results | default([]) | oo_collect('stdout') }}"
-
-- set_fact:
- node_label:
- type: "{{ g_sub_host_type }}"
- when: instances | length > 0 and type == "node"
-
-- set_fact:
- node_label:
- type: "{{ type }}"
- when: instances | length > 0 and type != "node"
-
-- name: Add new instances
- add_host:
- hostname: '{{ item.0 }}'
- ansible_ssh_host: '{{ item.1 }}'
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- groups: "tag_environment-{{ cluster_env }}, tag_host-type-{{ type }}, tag_sub-host-type-{{ g_sub_host_type }}, tag_clusterid-{{ cluster_id }}"
- openshift_node_labels: "{{ node_label }}"
- libvirt_ip_address: "{{ item.1 }}"
- with_together:
- - '{{ instances }}'
- - '{{ ips }}'
-
-- name: Wait for ssh
- wait_for:
- host: '{{ item }}'
- port: 22
- with_items: '{{ ips }}'
-
-- name: Wait for openshift user setup
- command: 'ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -o PasswordAuthentication=no -o ConnectTimeout=10 -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null openshift@{{ item.1 }} echo openshift user is setup'
- register: result
- until: result.rc == 0
- retries: 30
- delay: 1
- with_together:
- - '{{ instances }}'
- - '{{ ips }}'
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/domain.xml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/domain.xml
deleted file mode 100644
index 88504a5..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/domain.xml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,65 +0,0 @@
-<domain type='kvm' id='8'>
- <name>{{ item }}</name>
- <memory unit='MiB'>{{ libvirt_instance_memory_mib }}</memory>
- <metadata xmlns:ansible="https://github.com/ansible/ansible">
- <ansible:tags>
- <ansible:tag>environment-{{ cluster_env }}</ansible:tag>
- <ansible:tag>clusterid-{{ cluster }}</ansible:tag>
- <ansible:tag>host-type-{{ type }}</ansible:tag>
- <ansible:tag>sub-host-type-{{ g_sub_host_type }}</ansible:tag>
- </ansible:tags>
- </metadata>
- <vcpu placement='static'>{{ libvirt_instance_vcpu }}</vcpu>
- <os>
- <type arch='x86_64' machine='pc'>hvm</type>
- <boot dev='hd'/>
- </os>
- <features>
- <acpi/>
- <apic/>
- <pae/>
- </features>
- <cpu mode='host-model'>
- <model fallback='allow'/>
- </cpu>
- <clock offset='utc'>
- <timer name='rtc' tickpolicy='catchup'/>
- <timer name='pit' tickpolicy='delay'/>
- <timer name='hpet' present='no'/>
- </clock>
- <on_poweroff>destroy</on_poweroff>
- <on_reboot>restart</on_reboot>
- <on_crash>restart</on_crash>
- <devices>
- <emulator>/usr/bin/qemu-system-x86_64</emulator>
- <disk type='file' device='disk'>
- <driver name='qemu' type='qcow2' discard='unmap'/>
- <source file='{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ item }}.qcow2'/>
- <target dev='sda' bus='scsi'/>
- </disk>
- <disk type='file' device='disk'>
- <driver name='qemu' type='qcow2' discard='unmap'/>
- <source file='{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ item }}-docker.qcow2'/>
- <target dev='sdb' bus='scsi'/>
- </disk>
- <disk type='file' device='cdrom'>
- <driver name='qemu' type='raw'/>
- <source file='{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ item }}_cloud-init.iso'/>
- <target dev='sdc' bus='scsi'/>
- <readonly/>
- </disk>
- <controller type='scsi' model='virtio-scsi' />
- <interface type='network'>
- <source network='{{ libvirt_network }}'/>
- <model type='virtio'/>
- </interface>
- <serial type='pty'>
- <target port='0'/>
- </serial>
- <console type='pty'>
- <target type='serial' port='0'/>
- </console>
- <memballoon model='virtio'>
- </memballoon>
- </devices>
-</domain>
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/meta-data b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/meta-data
deleted file mode 100644
index 6b42177..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/meta-data
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,3 +0,0 @@
-instance-id: {{ item[0] }}
-hostname: {{ item[0] }}
-local-hostname: {{ item[0] }}.example.com
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/network.xml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/network.xml
deleted file mode 100644
index 0ce2a83..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/network.xml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,23 +0,0 @@
-<network>
- <name>{{ libvirt_network }}</name>
- <forward mode='nat'>
- <nat>
- <port start='1024' end='65535'/>
- </nat>
- </forward>
- <!-- TODO: query for first available virbr interface available -->
- <bridge name='virbr3' stp='on' delay='0'/>
- <!-- TODO: make overridable -->
- <domain name='example.com' localOnly='yes' />
- <dns>
- <!-- TODO: automatically add host entries -->
- </dns>
- <!-- TODO: query for available address space -->
- <ip address='192.168.55.1' netmask='255.255.255.0'>
- <dhcp>
- <range start='192.168.55.2' end='192.168.55.254'/>
- <!-- TODO: add static entries addresses for the hosts to be created -->
- </dhcp>
- </ip>
-</network>
-
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/storage-pool.xml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/storage-pool.xml
deleted file mode 100644
index da139af..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/storage-pool.xml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-<pool type='dir'>
- <name>{{ libvirt_storage_pool }}</name>
- <target>
- <path>{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}</path>
- </target>
-</pool>
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/user-data b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/user-data
deleted file mode 100644
index fbcf7c8..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/templates/user-data
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,43 +0,0 @@
-#cloud-config
-disable_root: true
-
-hostname: {{ item[0] }}
-fqdn: {{ item[0] }}.example.com
-
-mounts:
-- [ sdb ]
-
-users:
- - default
- - name: root
- ssh_authorized_keys:
- - {{ lookup('file', '~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub') }}
-
-system_info:
- default_user:
- name: openshift
- sudo: ["ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL"]
-
-ssh_authorized_keys:
- - {{ lookup('file', '~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub') }}
-
-write_files:
- - path: /etc/sudoers.d/00-openshift-no-requiretty
- permissions: 440
- content: |
- Defaults:openshift !requiretty
- - path: /etc/sysconfig/docker-storage-setup
- owner: root:root
- permissions: '0644'
- content: |
- DEVS=/dev/sdb
- VG=docker_vg
- EXTRA_DOCKER_STORAGE_OPTIONS='--storage-opt dm.blkdiscard=true'
- - path: /etc/systemd/system/fstrim.timer.d/hourly.conf
- content: |
- [Timer]
- OnCalendar=hourly
-
-runcmd:
- - NETWORK_CONFIG=/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0; if ! grep DHCP_HOSTNAME ${NETWORK_CONFIG}; then echo 'DHCP_HOSTNAME="{{ item[0] }}.example.com"' >> ${NETWORK_CONFIG}; fi; pkill -9 dhclient; service network restart
- - systemctl enable --now fstrim.timer
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 8a63d11..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,70 +0,0 @@
----
-# TODO: does not handle a non-existent cluster gracefully
-
-- name: Terminate instance(s)
- hosts: localhost
- become: no
- connection: local
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - set_fact: cluster_group=tag_clusterid-{{ cluster_id }}
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: oo_hosts_to_terminate
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- with_items: '{{ groups[cluster_group] | default([]) }}'
-
-- name: Unsubscribe VMs
- hosts: oo_hosts_to_terminate
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- roles:
- - role: rhel_unsubscribe
- when: deployment_type in ['atomic-enterprise', 'enterprise', 'openshift-enterprise'] and
- ansible_distribution == "RedHat" and
- lookup('oo_option', 'rhel_skip_subscription') | default(rhsub_skip, True) |
- default('no', True) | lower in ['no', 'false']
-
-- name: Terminate instance(s)
- hosts: localhost
- become: no
- connection: local
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - name: Destroy VMs
- virt:
- name: '{{ item[0] }}'
- command: '{{ item[1] }}'
- uri: '{{ libvirt_uri }}'
- with_nested:
- - "{{ groups['oo_hosts_to_terminate'] }}"
- - [ destroy, undefine ]
-
- - name: Delete VM drives
- command: 'virsh -c {{ libvirt_uri }} vol-delete --pool {{ libvirt_storage_pool }} {{ item }}.qcow2'
- args:
- removes: '{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ item }}.qcow2'
- with_items: "{{ groups['oo_hosts_to_terminate'] }}"
-
- - name: Delete VM docker drives
- command: 'virsh -c {{ libvirt_uri }} vol-delete --pool {{ libvirt_storage_pool }} {{ item }}-docker.qcow2'
- args:
- removes: '{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ item }}-docker.qcow2'
- with_items: "{{ groups['oo_hosts_to_terminate'] }}"
-
- - name: Delete the VM cloud-init image
- file:
- path: '{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ item }}_cloud-init.iso'
- state: absent
- with_items: "{{ groups['oo_hosts_to_terminate'] }}"
-
- - name: Remove the cloud-init config directory
- file:
- path: '{{ libvirt_storage_pool_path }}/{{ item }}_configdrive/'
- state: absent
- with_items: "{{ groups['oo_hosts_to_terminate'] }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/update.yml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/update.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index a152135..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/update.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,37 +0,0 @@
----
-- hosts: localhost
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: l_oo_all_hosts
- with_items: '{{ g_all_hosts }}'
-
-- hosts: l_oo_all_hosts
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
-
-- name: Populate oo_hosts_to_update group
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- - cluster_hosts.yml
- tasks:
- - name: Evaluate oo_hosts_to_update
- add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: oo_hosts_to_update
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- with_items: '{{ g_all_hosts | default([]) }}'
-
-- include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/update_repos_and_packages.yml
-
-- include: config.yml
diff --git a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/vars.yml b/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/vars.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 5156789..0000000
--- a/playbooks/libvirt/openshift-cluster/vars.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,40 +0,0 @@
----
-default_pool_path: "{{ lookup('env','HOME') }}/libvirt-storage-pool-openshift-ansible"
-libvirt_storage_pool_path: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'libvirt_storage_pool_path') | default(default_pool_path, True) }}"
-libvirt_storage_pool: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'libvirt_storage_pool') | default('openshift-ansible', True) }}"
-libvirt_network: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'libvirt_network') | default('openshift-ansible', True) }}"
-libvirt_instance_memory_mib: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'libvirt_instance_memory_mib') | default(1024, True) }}"
-libvirt_instance_vcpu: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'libvirt_instance_vcpu') | default(2, True) }}"
-libvirt_uri: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'libvirt_uri') | default('qemu:///system', True) }}"
-debug_level: 2
-
-# Automatic download of the qcow2 image for RHEL cannot be done directly from the RedHat portal because it requires authentication.
-# The default value of image_url for enterprise and openshift-enterprise deployment types below won't work.
-deployment_rhel7_ent_base:
- image:
- url: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'image_url') |
- default('https://access.cdn.redhat.com//content/origin/files/sha256/25/25f880767ec6bf71beb532e17f1c45231640bbfdfbbb1dffb79d2c1b328388e0/rhel-guest-image-7.2-20151102.0.x86_64.qcow2', True) }}"
- name: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'image_name') |
- default('rhel-guest-image-7.2-20151102.0.x86_64.qcow2', True) }}"
- sha256: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'image_sha256') |
- default('25f880767ec6bf71beb532e17f1c45231640bbfdfbbb1dffb79d2c1b328388e0', True) }}"
- compression: ""
- ssh_user: openshift
- become: yes
-
-deployment_vars:
- origin:
- image:
- url: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'image_url') |
- default('http://cloud.centos.org/centos/7/images/CentOS-7-x86_64-GenericCloud-1602.qcow2.xz', True) }}"
- compression: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'image_compression') |
- default('xz', True) }}"
- name: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'image_name') |
- default('CentOS-7-x86_64-GenericCloud.qcow2', True) }}"
- sha256: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'image_sha256') |
- default('dd0f5e610e7c5ffacaca35ed7a78a19142a588f4543da77b61c1fb0d74400471', True) }}"
- ssh_user: openshift
- become: yes
- enterprise: "{{ deployment_rhel7_ent_base }}"
- openshift-enterprise: "{{ deployment_rhel7_ent_base }}"
- atomic-enterprise: "{{ deployment_rhel7_ent_base }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/openstack/README.md b/playbooks/openstack/README.md
deleted file mode 100644
index a6d8d69..0000000
--- a/playbooks/openstack/README.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-# OpenStack playbooks
-
-This playbook directory is meant to be driven by [`bin/cluster`](../../bin),
-which is community supported and most use is considered deprecated.
diff --git a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml b/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 12c9fd4..0000000
--- a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/cluster_hosts.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,25 +0,0 @@
----
-g_all_hosts: "{{ groups['meta-clusterid_' ~ cluster_id] | default([])
- | intersect(groups['meta-environment_' ~ cluster_env] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_etcd_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['meta-host-type_etcd'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_new_etcd_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['meta-host-type_new_etcd'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_lb_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['meta-host-type_lb'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_nfs_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['meta-host-type_nfs'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_glusterfs_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['tag_host-type-glusterfs'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_master_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['meta-host-type_master'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_new_master_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['meta-host-type_new_master'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_node_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['meta-host-type_node'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_new_node_hosts: "{{ g_all_hosts | intersect(groups['meta-host-type_new_node'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_infra_hosts: "{{ g_node_hosts | intersect(groups['meta-sub-host-type_infra'] | default([])) }}"
-
-g_compute_hosts: "{{ g_node_hosts | intersect(groups['meta-sub-host-type_compute'] | default([])) }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/config.yml b/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/config.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index f9ddb94..0000000
--- a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/config.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,33 +0,0 @@
----
-- hosts: localhost
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: l_oo_all_hosts
- with_items: "{{ g_all_hosts | default([]) }}"
-
-- hosts: l_oo_all_hosts
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
-
-- include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/config.yml
- vars:
- g_nodeonmaster: true
- g_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- g_sudo: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- openshift_cluster_id: "{{ cluster_id }}"
- openshift_debug_level: "{{ debug_level }}"
- openshift_deployment_type: "{{ deployment_type }}"
- openshift_hosted_registry_selector: 'type=infra'
- openshift_hosted_router_selector: 'type=infra'
- openshift_master_cluster_method: 'native'
- openshift_use_openshift_sdn: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_openshift_sdn') }}"
- os_sdn_network_plugin_name: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'sdn_network_plugin_name') }}"
- openshift_use_flannel: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_flannel') }}"
- openshift_use_calico: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_calico') }}"
- openshift_use_fluentd: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'use_fluentd') }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/files/heat_stack.yaml b/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/files/heat_stack.yaml
deleted file mode 100644
index 82329ea..0000000
--- a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/files/heat_stack.yaml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,508 +0,0 @@
-heat_template_version: 2014-10-16
-
-description: OpenShift cluster
-
-parameters:
-
- cluster_env:
- type: string
- label: Cluster environment
- description: Environment of the cluster
-
- cluster_id:
- type: string
- label: Cluster ID
- description: Identifier of the cluster
-
- subnet_24_prefix:
- type: string
- label: subnet /24 prefix
- description: /24 subnet prefix of the network of the cluster (dot separated number triplet)
-
- dns_nameservers:
- type: comma_delimited_list
- label: DNS nameservers list
- description: List of DNS nameservers
-
- external_net:
- type: string
- label: External network
- description: Name of the external network
- default: external
-
- ssh_public_key:
- type: string
- label: SSH public key
- description: SSH public key
- hidden: true
-
- ssh_incoming:
- type: string
- label: Source of ssh connections
- description: Source of legitimate ssh connections
- default: 0.0.0.0/0
-
- node_port_incoming:
- type: string
- label: Source of node port connections
- description: Authorized sources targeting node ports
- default: 0.0.0.0/0
-
- num_etcd:
- type: number
- label: Number of etcd nodes
- description: Number of etcd nodes
-
- num_masters:
- type: number
- label: Number of masters
- description: Number of masters
-
- num_nodes:
- type: number
- label: Number of compute nodes
- description: Number of compute nodes
-
- num_infra:
- type: number
- label: Number of infrastructure nodes
- description: Number of infrastructure nodes
-
- etcd_image:
- type: string
- label: Etcd image
- description: Name of the image for the etcd servers
-
- master_image:
- type: string
- label: Master image
- description: Name of the image for the master servers
-
- node_image:
- type: string
- label: Node image
- description: Name of the image for the compute node servers
-
- infra_image:
- type: string
- label: Infra image
- description: Name of the image for the infra node servers
-
- etcd_flavor:
- type: string
- label: Etcd flavor
- description: Flavor of the etcd servers
-
- master_flavor:
- type: string
- label: Master flavor
- description: Flavor of the master servers
-
- node_flavor:
- type: string
- label: Node flavor
- description: Flavor of the compute node servers
-
- infra_flavor:
- type: string
- label: Infra flavor
- description: Flavor of the infra node servers
-
-outputs:
-
- etcd_names:
- description: Name of the etcds
- value: { get_attr: [ etcd, name ] }
-
- etcd_ips:
- description: IPs of the etcds
- value: { get_attr: [ etcd, private_ip ] }
-
- etcd_floating_ips:
- description: Floating IPs of the etcds
- value: { get_attr: [ etcd, floating_ip ] }
-
- master_names:
- description: Name of the masters
- value: { get_attr: [ masters, name ] }
-
- master_ips:
- description: IPs of the masters
- value: { get_attr: [ masters, private_ip ] }
-
- master_floating_ips:
- description: Floating IPs of the masters
- value: { get_attr: [ masters, floating_ip ] }
-
- node_names:
- description: Name of the nodes
- value: { get_attr: [ compute_nodes, name ] }
-
- node_ips:
- description: IPs of the nodes
- value: { get_attr: [ compute_nodes, private_ip ] }
-
- node_floating_ips:
- description: Floating IPs of the nodes
- value: { get_attr: [ compute_nodes, floating_ip ] }
-
- infra_names:
- description: Name of the nodes
- value: { get_attr: [ infra_nodes, name ] }
-
- infra_ips:
- description: IPs of the nodes
- value: { get_attr: [ infra_nodes, private_ip ] }
-
- infra_floating_ips:
- description: Floating IPs of the nodes
- value: { get_attr: [ infra_nodes, floating_ip ] }
-
-resources:
-
- net:
- type: OS::Neutron::Net
- properties:
- name:
- str_replace:
- template: openshift-ansible-cluster_id-net
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
-
- subnet:
- type: OS::Neutron::Subnet
- properties:
- name:
- str_replace:
- template: openshift-ansible-cluster_id-subnet
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- network: { get_resource: net }
- cidr:
- str_replace:
- template: subnet_24_prefix.0/24
- params:
- subnet_24_prefix: { get_param: subnet_24_prefix }
- dns_nameservers: { get_param: dns_nameservers }
-
- router:
- type: OS::Neutron::Router
- properties:
- name:
- str_replace:
- template: openshift-ansible-cluster_id-router
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- external_gateway_info:
- network: { get_param: external_net }
-
- interface:
- type: OS::Neutron::RouterInterface
- properties:
- router_id: { get_resource: router }
- subnet_id: { get_resource: subnet }
-
- keypair:
- type: OS::Nova::KeyPair
- properties:
- name:
- str_replace:
- template: openshift-ansible-cluster_id-keypair
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- public_key: { get_param: ssh_public_key }
-
- master-secgrp:
- type: OS::Neutron::SecurityGroup
- properties:
- name:
- str_replace:
- template: openshift-ansible-cluster_id-master-secgrp
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- description:
- str_replace:
- template: Security group for cluster_id OpenShift cluster master
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- rules:
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 22
- port_range_max: 22
- remote_ip_prefix: { get_param: ssh_incoming }
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 4001
- port_range_max: 4001
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 8443
- port_range_max: 8443
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 8444
- port_range_max: 8444
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 53
- port_range_max: 53
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: udp
- port_range_min: 53
- port_range_max: 53
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 8053
- port_range_max: 8053
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: udp
- port_range_min: 8053
- port_range_max: 8053
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 24224
- port_range_max: 24224
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: udp
- port_range_min: 24224
- port_range_max: 24224
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 2224
- port_range_max: 2224
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: udp
- port_range_min: 5404
- port_range_max: 5404
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: udp
- port_range_min: 5405
- port_range_max: 5405
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 9090
- port_range_max: 9090
-
- etcd-secgrp:
- type: OS::Neutron::SecurityGroup
- properties:
- name:
- str_replace:
- template: openshift-ansible-cluster_id-etcd-secgrp
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- description:
- str_replace:
- template: Security group for cluster_id etcd cluster
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- rules:
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 22
- port_range_max: 22
- remote_ip_prefix: { get_param: ssh_incoming }
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 2379
- port_range_max: 2379
- remote_mode: remote_group_id
- remote_group_id: { get_resource: master-secgrp }
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 2380
- port_range_max: 2380
- remote_mode: remote_group_id
-
- node-secgrp:
- type: OS::Neutron::SecurityGroup
- properties:
- name:
- str_replace:
- template: openshift-ansible-cluster_id-node-secgrp
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- description:
- str_replace:
- template: Security group for cluster_id OpenShift cluster nodes
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- rules:
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 22
- port_range_max: 22
- remote_ip_prefix: { get_param: ssh_incoming }
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 10250
- port_range_max: 10250
- remote_mode: remote_group_id
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: udp
- port_range_min: 4789
- port_range_max: 4789
- remote_mode: remote_group_id
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 30000
- port_range_max: 32767
- remote_ip_prefix: { get_param: node_port_incoming }
-
- infra-secgrp:
- type: OS::Neutron::SecurityGroup
- properties:
- name:
- str_replace:
- template: openshift-ansible-cluster_id-infra-secgrp
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- description:
- str_replace:
- template: Security group for cluster_id OpenShift infrastructure cluster nodes
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- rules:
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 80
- port_range_max: 80
- - direction: ingress
- protocol: tcp
- port_range_min: 443
- port_range_max: 443
-
- etcd:
- type: OS::Heat::ResourceGroup
- properties:
- count: { get_param: num_etcd }
- resource_def:
- type: heat_stack_server.yaml
- properties:
- name:
- str_replace:
- template: cluster_id-k8s_type-%index%
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- k8s_type: etcd
- cluster_env: { get_param: cluster_env }
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- type: etcd
- image: { get_param: etcd_image }
- flavor: { get_param: etcd_flavor }
- key_name: { get_resource: keypair }
- net: { get_resource: net }
- subnet: { get_resource: subnet }
- secgrp:
- - { get_resource: etcd-secgrp }
- floating_network: { get_param: external_net }
- net_name:
- str_replace:
- template: openshift-ansible-cluster_id-net
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- depends_on:
- - interface
-
- masters:
- type: OS::Heat::ResourceGroup
- properties:
- count: { get_param: num_masters }
- resource_def:
- type: heat_stack_server.yaml
- properties:
- name:
- str_replace:
- template: cluster_id-k8s_type-%index%
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- k8s_type: master
- cluster_env: { get_param: cluster_env }
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- type: master
- image: { get_param: master_image }
- flavor: { get_param: master_flavor }
- key_name: { get_resource: keypair }
- net: { get_resource: net }
- subnet: { get_resource: subnet }
- secgrp:
- - { get_resource: master-secgrp }
- - { get_resource: node-secgrp }
- floating_network: { get_param: external_net }
- net_name:
- str_replace:
- template: openshift-ansible-cluster_id-net
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- depends_on:
- - interface
-
- compute_nodes:
- type: OS::Heat::ResourceGroup
- properties:
- count: { get_param: num_nodes }
- resource_def:
- type: heat_stack_server.yaml
- properties:
- name:
- str_replace:
- template: cluster_id-k8s_type-sub_host_type-%index%
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- k8s_type: node
- sub_host_type: compute
- cluster_env: { get_param: cluster_env }
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- type: node
- subtype: compute
- image: { get_param: node_image }
- flavor: { get_param: node_flavor }
- key_name: { get_resource: keypair }
- net: { get_resource: net }
- subnet: { get_resource: subnet }
- secgrp:
- - { get_resource: node-secgrp }
- floating_network: { get_param: external_net }
- net_name:
- str_replace:
- template: openshift-ansible-cluster_id-net
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- depends_on:
- - interface
-
- infra_nodes:
- type: OS::Heat::ResourceGroup
- properties:
- count: { get_param: num_infra }
- resource_def:
- type: heat_stack_server.yaml
- properties:
- name:
- str_replace:
- template: cluster_id-k8s_type-sub_host_type-%index%
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- k8s_type: node
- sub_host_type: infra
- cluster_env: { get_param: cluster_env }
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- type: node
- subtype: infra
- image: { get_param: infra_image }
- flavor: { get_param: infra_flavor }
- key_name: { get_resource: keypair }
- net: { get_resource: net }
- subnet: { get_resource: subnet }
- secgrp:
- - { get_resource: node-secgrp }
- - { get_resource: infra-secgrp }
- floating_network: { get_param: external_net }
- net_name:
- str_replace:
- template: openshift-ansible-cluster_id-net
- params:
- cluster_id: { get_param: cluster_id }
- depends_on:
- - interface
diff --git a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/files/heat_stack_server.yaml b/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/files/heat_stack_server.yaml
deleted file mode 100644
index 4351398..0000000
--- a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/files/heat_stack_server.yaml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,152 +0,0 @@
-heat_template_version: 2014-10-16
-
-description: OpenShift cluster server
-
-parameters:
-
- name:
- type: string
- label: Name
- description: Name
-
- cluster_env:
- type: string
- label: Cluster environment
- description: Environment of the cluster
-
- cluster_id:
- type: string
- label: Cluster ID
- description: Identifier of the cluster
-
- type:
- type: string
- label: Type
- description: Type master or node
-
- subtype:
- type: string
- label: Sub-type
- description: Sub-type compute or infra for nodes, default otherwise
- default: default
-
- key_name:
- type: string
- label: Key name
- description: Key name of keypair
-
- image:
- type: string
- label: Image
- description: Name of the image
-
- flavor:
- type: string
- label: Flavor
- description: Name of the flavor
-
- net:
- type: string
- label: Net ID
- description: Net resource
-
- net_name:
- type: string
- label: Net name
- description: Net name
-
- subnet:
- type: string
- label: Subnet ID
- description: Subnet resource
-
- secgrp:
- type: comma_delimited_list
- label: Security groups
- description: Security group resources
-
- floating_network:
- type: string
- label: Floating network
- description: Network to allocate floating IP from
-
-outputs:
-
- name:
- description: Name of the server
- value: { get_attr: [ server, name ] }
-
- private_ip:
- description: Private IP of the server
- value:
- get_attr:
- - server
- - addresses
- - { get_param: net_name }
- - 0
- - addr
-
- floating_ip:
- description: Floating IP of the server
- value:
- get_attr:
- - server
- - addresses
- - { get_param: net_name }
- - 1
- - addr
-
-resources:
-
- server:
- type: OS::Nova::Server
- properties:
- name: { get_param: name }
- key_name: { get_param: key_name }
- image: { get_param: image }
- flavor: { get_param: flavor }
- networks:
- - port: { get_resource: port }
- user_data: { get_resource: config }
- user_data_format: RAW
- metadata:
- environment: { get_param: cluster_env }
- clusterid: { get_param: cluster_id }
- host-type: { get_param: type }
- sub-host-type: { get_param: subtype }
-
- port:
- type: OS::Neutron::Port
- properties:
- network: { get_param: net }
- fixed_ips:
- - subnet: { get_param: subnet }
- security_groups: { get_param: secgrp }
-
- floating-ip:
- type: OS::Neutron::FloatingIP
- properties:
- floating_network: { get_param: floating_network }
- port_id: { get_resource: port }
-
- config:
- type: OS::Heat::CloudConfig
- properties:
- cloud_config:
- disable_root: true
-
- hostname: { get_param: name }
-
- system_info:
- default_user:
- name: openshift
- sudo: ["ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL"]
-
- write_files:
- - path: /etc/sudoers.d/00-openshift-no-requiretty
- permissions: 440
- # content: Defaults:openshift !requiretty
- # Encoded in base64 to be sure that we do not forget the trailing newline or
- # sudo will not be able to parse that file
- encoding: b64
- content: RGVmYXVsdHM6b3BlbnNoaWZ0ICFyZXF1aXJldHR5Cg==
diff --git a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/filter_plugins b/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/filter_plugins
deleted file mode 120000
index 99a95e4..0000000
--- a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/filter_plugins
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-../../../filter_plugins \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/launch.yml b/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/launch.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index c0bc12f..0000000
--- a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/launch.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,191 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Launch instance(s)
- hosts: localhost
- become: no
- connection: local
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- # TODO: Write an Ansible module for dealing with HEAT stacks
- # Dealing with the outputs is currently terrible
-
- - name: Check OpenStack stack
- command: 'heat stack-show openshift-ansible-{{ cluster_id }}-stack'
- register: stack_show_result
- changed_when: false
- failed_when: stack_show_result.rc != 0 and 'Stack not found' not in stack_show_result.stderr
-
- - set_fact:
- heat_stack_action: 'stack-create'
- when: stack_show_result.rc == 1
- - set_fact:
- heat_stack_action: 'stack-update'
- when: stack_show_result.rc == 0
-
- - name: Create or Update OpenStack Stack
- command: 'heat {{ heat_stack_action }} -f {{ openstack_infra_heat_stack }}
- --timeout {{ openstack_heat_timeout }}
- -P cluster_env={{ cluster_env }}
- -P cluster_id={{ cluster_id }}
- -P subnet_24_prefix={{ openstack_subnet_24_prefix }}
- -P dns_nameservers={{ openstack_network_dns | join(",") }}
- -P external_net={{ openstack_network_external_net }}
- -P ssh_public_key="{{ openstack_ssh_public_key }}"
- -P ssh_incoming={{ openstack_ssh_access_from }}
- -P node_port_incoming={{ openstack_node_port_access_from }}
- -P num_etcd={{ num_etcd }}
- -P num_masters={{ num_masters }}
- -P num_nodes={{ num_nodes }}
- -P num_infra={{ num_infra }}
- -P etcd_image={{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].image }}
- -P master_image={{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].image }}
- -P node_image={{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].image }}
- -P infra_image={{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].image }}
- -P etcd_flavor={{ openstack_flavor["etcd"] }}
- -P master_flavor={{ openstack_flavor["master"] }}
- -P node_flavor={{ openstack_flavor["node"] }}
- -P infra_flavor={{ openstack_flavor["infra"] }}
- openshift-ansible-{{ cluster_id }}-stack'
- args:
- chdir: '{{ playbook_dir }}'
-
- - name: Wait for OpenStack Stack readiness
- shell: 'heat stack-show openshift-ansible-{{ cluster_id }}-stack | awk ''$2 == "stack_status" {print $4}'''
- register: stack_show_status_result
- until: stack_show_status_result.stdout not in ['CREATE_IN_PROGRESS', 'UPDATE_IN_PROGRESS']
- retries: 30
- delay: 5
-
- - name: Display the stack resources
- command: 'heat resource-list openshift-ansible-{{ cluster_id }}-stack'
- register: stack_resource_list_result
- when: stack_show_status_result.stdout not in ['CREATE_COMPLETE', 'UPDATE_COMPLETE']
-
- - name: Display the stack status
- command: 'heat stack-show openshift-ansible-{{ cluster_id }}-stack'
- register: stack_show_result
- when: stack_show_status_result.stdout not in ['CREATE_COMPLETE', 'UPDATE_COMPLETE']
-
- - name: Delete the stack
- command: 'heat stack-delete openshift-ansible-{{ cluster_id }}-stack'
- when: stack_show_status_result.stdout not in ['CREATE_COMPLETE', 'UPDATE_COMPLETE']
-
- - fail:
- msg: |
-
- +--------------------------------------+
- | ^ |
- | /!\ Failed to create the heat stack |
- | /___\ |
- +--------------------------------------+
-
- Here is the list of stack resources and their status:
- {{ stack_resource_list_result.stdout }}
-
- Here is the status of the stack:
- {{ stack_show_result.stdout }}
-
- ^ Failed to create the heat stack
- /!\
- /___\ Please check the `stack_status_reason` line in the above array to know why.
- when: stack_show_status_result.stdout not in ['CREATE_COMPLETE', 'UPDATE_COMPLETE']
-
- - name: Read OpenStack Stack outputs
- command: 'heat stack-show openshift-ansible-{{ cluster_id }}-stack'
- register: stack_show_result
-
- - set_fact:
- parsed_outputs: "{{ stack_show_result | oo_parse_heat_stack_outputs }}"
-
- - name: Add new etcd instances groups and variables
- add_host:
- hostname: '{{ item[0] }}'
- ansible_ssh_host: '{{ item[2] }}'
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- groups: 'meta-environment_{{ cluster_env }}, meta-host-type_etcd, meta-sub-host-type_default, meta-clusterid_{{ cluster_id }}'
- openshift_node_labels:
- type: "etcd"
- openstack:
- public_v4: '{{ item[2] }}'
- private_v4: '{{ item[1] }}'
- with_together:
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.etcd_names }}'
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.etcd_ips }}'
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.etcd_floating_ips }}'
-
- - name: Add new master instances groups and variables
- add_host:
- hostname: '{{ item[0] }}'
- ansible_ssh_host: '{{ item[2] }}'
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- groups: 'meta-environment_{{ cluster_env }}, meta-host-type_master, meta-sub-host-type_default, meta-clusterid_{{ cluster_id }}'
- openshift_node_labels:
- type: "master"
- openstack:
- public_v4: '{{ item[2] }}'
- private_v4: '{{ item[1] }}'
- with_together:
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.master_names }}'
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.master_ips }}'
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.master_floating_ips }}'
-
- - name: Add new node instances groups and variables
- add_host:
- hostname: '{{ item[0] }}'
- ansible_ssh_host: '{{ item[2] }}'
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- groups: 'meta-environment_{{ cluster_env }}, meta-host-type_node, meta-sub-host-type_compute, meta-clusterid_{{ cluster_id }}'
- openshift_node_labels:
- type: "compute"
- openstack:
- public_v4: '{{ item[2] }}'
- private_v4: '{{ item[1] }}'
- with_together:
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.node_names }}'
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.node_ips }}'
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.node_floating_ips }}'
-
- - name: Add new infra instances groups and variables
- add_host:
- hostname: '{{ item[0] }}'
- ansible_ssh_host: '{{ item[2] }}'
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- groups: 'meta-environment_{{ cluster_env }}, meta-host-type_node, meta-sub-host-type_infra, meta-clusterid_{{ cluster_id }}'
- openshift_node_labels:
- type: "infra"
- openstack:
- public_v4: '{{ item[2] }}'
- private_v4: '{{ item[1] }}'
- with_together:
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.infra_names }}'
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.infra_ips }}'
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.infra_floating_ips }}'
-
- - name: Wait for ssh
- wait_for:
- host: '{{ item }}'
- port: 22
- with_flattened:
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.master_floating_ips }}'
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.node_floating_ips }}'
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.infra_floating_ips }}'
-
- - name: Wait for user setup
- command: 'ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -o PasswordAuthentication=no -o ConnectTimeout=10 -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null {{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}@{{ item }} echo {{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }} user is setup'
- register: result
- until: result.rc == 0
- retries: 30
- delay: 1
- with_flattened:
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.master_floating_ips }}'
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.node_floating_ips }}'
- - '{{ parsed_outputs.infra_floating_ips }}'
-
-- include: update.yml
-
-- include: list.yml
diff --git a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/list.yml b/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/list.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 6c6f671..0000000
--- a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/list.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,24 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Generate oo_list_hosts group
- hosts: localhost
- become: no
- connection: local
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - set_fact: scratch_group=meta-clusterid_{{ cluster_id }}
- when: cluster_id != ''
- - set_fact: scratch_group=all
- when: cluster_id == ''
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: oo_list_hosts
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_ssh_host: "{{ hostvars[item].ansible_ssh_host | default(item) }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- oo_public_ipv4: "{{ hostvars[item].openstack.public_v4 }}"
- oo_private_ipv4: "{{ hostvars[item].openstack.private_v4 }}"
- with_items: "{{ groups[scratch_group] | default([]) | difference(['localhost']) }}"
- - debug:
- msg: "{{ hostvars | oo_select_keys(groups[scratch_group] | default([])) | oo_pretty_print_cluster('meta-') }}"
diff --git a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/lookup_plugins b/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/lookup_plugins
deleted file mode 120000
index ac79701..0000000
--- a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/lookup_plugins
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-../../../lookup_plugins \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/roles b/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/roles
deleted file mode 120000
index 20c4c58..0000000
--- a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/roles
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-../../../roles \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml b/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index affb571..0000000
--- a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/terminate.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,49 +0,0 @@
----
-- name: Terminate instance(s)
- hosts: localhost
- become: no
- connection: local
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: oo_hosts_to_terminate
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- with_items: "{{ (groups['meta-environment_' ~ cluster_env]|default([])) | intersect(groups['meta-clusterid_' ~ cluster_id ]|default([])) }}"
-
-- name: Unsubscribe VMs
- hosts: oo_hosts_to_terminate
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- roles:
- - role: rhel_unsubscribe
- when: deployment_type in ['atomic-enterprise', 'enterprise', 'openshift-enterprise'] and
- ansible_distribution == "RedHat" and
- lookup('oo_option', 'rhel_skip_subscription') | default(rhsub_skip, True) |
- default('no', True) | lower in ['no', 'false']
-
-- hosts: localhost
- become: no
- connection: local
- gather_facts: no
- vars_files:
- - vars.yml
- tasks:
- - name: Delete the OpenStack Stack
- command: 'heat stack-delete openshift-ansible-{{ cluster_id }}-stack'
- register: stack_delete_result
- changed_when: stack_delete_result.rc == 0
- failed_when: stack_delete_result.rc != 0 and 'could not be found' not in stack_delete_result.stdout
-
- - name: Wait for the completion of the OpenStack Stack deletion
- shell: 'heat stack-show openshift-ansible-{{ cluster_id }}-stack | awk ''$2 == "stack_status" {print $4}'''
- when: stack_delete_result.changed
- register: stack_show_result
- until: stack_show_result.stdout != 'DELETE_IN_PROGRESS'
- retries: 60
- delay: 5
- failed_when: '"Stack not found" not in stack_show_result.stderr and
- stack_show_result.stdout != "DELETE_COMPLETE"'
diff --git a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/update.yml b/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/update.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index 6d2af3d..0000000
--- a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/update.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,34 +0,0 @@
----
-- hosts: localhost
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
- - add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: l_oo_all_hosts
- with_items: "{{ g_all_hosts }}"
-
-- hosts: l_oo_all_hosts
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - include_vars: vars.yml
- - include_vars: cluster_hosts.yml
-
-- name: Populate oo_hosts_to_update group
- hosts: localhost
- connection: local
- become: no
- gather_facts: no
- tasks:
- - name: Evaluate oo_hosts_to_update
- add_host:
- name: "{{ item }}"
- groups: oo_hosts_to_update
- ansible_ssh_user: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].ssh_user }}"
- ansible_become: "{{ deployment_vars[deployment_type].become }}"
- with_items: "{{ g_all_hosts | default([]) }}"
-
-- include: ../../common/openshift-cluster/update_repos_and_packages.yml
-
-- include: config.yml
diff --git a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/vars.yml b/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/vars.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index ba2855b..0000000
--- a/playbooks/openstack/openshift-cluster/vars.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,38 +0,0 @@
-# yamllint disable rule:colons
----
-debug_level: 2
-openstack_infra_heat_stack: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'infra_heat_stack' ) |
- default('files/heat_stack.yaml', True) }}"
-openstack_subnet_24_prefix: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'subnet_24_prefix' ) |
- default('192.168.' + ( ( 1048576 | random % 256 ) | string() ), True) }}"
-openstack_network_external_net: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'external_net' ) |
- default('external', True) }}"
-openstack_network_dns: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'dns' ) |
- default('8.8.8.8,8.8.4.4', True) | oo_split() }}"
-openstack_ssh_public_key: "{{ lookup('file', lookup('oo_option', 'public_key') |
- default('~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub', True)) }}"
-openstack_ssh_access_from: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'ssh_from') |
- default('0.0.0.0/0', True) }}"
-openstack_node_port_access_from: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'node_port_from') |
- default('0.0.0.0/0', True) }}"
-openstack_heat_timeout: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'heat_timeout') |
- default('3', True) }}"
-openstack_flavor:
- etcd: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'etcd_flavor' ) | default('m1.small', True) }}"
- master: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'master_flavor' ) | default('m1.small', True) }}"
- infra: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'infra_flavor' ) | default('m1.small', True) }}"
- node: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'node_flavor' ) | default('m1.medium', True) }}"
-
-deployment_rhel7_ent_base:
- image: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'image_name') | default('rhel-guest-image-7.2-20151102.0.x86_64', True) }}"
- ssh_user: openshift
- become: yes
-
-deployment_vars:
- origin:
- image: "{{ lookup('oo_option', 'image_name') | default('centos-70-raw', True) }}"
- ssh_user: openshift
- become: yes
- enterprise: "{{ deployment_rhel7_ent_base }}"
- openshift-enterprise: "{{ deployment_rhel7_ent_base }}"
- atomic-enterprise: "{{ deployment_rhel7_ent_base }}"