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# Copyright 2017 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
import logging
import common
from autotest_lib.client.bin import utils
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import error
from autotest_lib.site_utils.lxc import constants
from autotest_lib.site_utils.lxc import container
from chromite.lib import metrics
except ImportError:
metrics = utils.metrics_mock
class ContainerFactory(object):
"""A factory class for creating LXC container objects."""
def __init__(self, base_container, container_class=container.Container,
snapshot=True, force_cleanup=False,
"""Initializes a ContainerFactory.
@param base_container: The base container from which other containers
are cloned.
@param container_class: (optional) The Container class to instantiate.
By default, lxc.Container is instantiated.
@param snapshot: (optional) If True, creates LXC snapshot clones instead
of full clones. By default, snapshot clones are used.
@param force_cleanup: (optional) If True, if a container is created with
a name and LXC directory matching an existing
container, the existing container is destroyed,
and the new container created in its place. By
default, existing containers are not destroyed and
a ContainerError is raised.
@param lxc_path: (optional) The default LXC path that will be used for
new containers. If one is not provided, the
DEFAULT_CONTAINER_PATH from lxc.constants will be used.
Note that even if a path is provided here, it can still
be overridden when create_container is called.
self._container_class = container_class
self._base_container = base_container
self._snapshot = snapshot
self._force_cleanup = force_cleanup
self._lxc_path = lxc_path
def create_container(self, cid=None, lxc_path=None):
"""Creates a new container.
@param cid: (optional) A ContainerId for the new container. If an ID is
provided, it determines both the name and the ID of the
container. If no ID is provided, a random name is generated
for the container, and it is not assigned an ID.
@param lxc_path: (optional) The LXC path for the new container. If one
is not provided, the factory's default lxc_path
(specified when the factory was constructed) is used.
name = str(cid) if cid else None
if lxc_path is None:
lxc_path = self._lxc_path
logging.debug('Creating new container (name: %s, lxc_path: %s)',
name, lxc_path)
# If an ID is provided, use it as the container name.
new_container = self._create_from_base(name, lxc_path)
# If an ID is provided, assign it to the container. When the container
# is created just-in-time by the container bucket, this ensures that the
# resulting container is correctly registered with the autoserv system.
# If the container is being created by a container pool, the ID will be
# assigned later, when the continer is bound to an actual test process.
if cid: = cid
return new_container
# create_from_base_duration is the original name of the metric. Keep this
# so we have history.
'%s/create_from_base_duration' % constants.STATS_KEY)
def _create_from_base(self, name, lxc_path):
"""Creates a container from the base container.
@param name: Name of the container.
@param lxc_path: The LXC path of the new container.
@return: A Container object for the created container.
@raise ContainerError: If the container already exist.
@raise error.CmdError: If lxc-clone call failed for any reason.
use_snapshot = constants.SUPPORT_SNAPSHOT_CLONE and self._snapshot
return self._container_class.clone(src=self._base_container,
except error.CmdError:
if not use_snapshot:
'Creating snapshot clone failed.'
' Attempting without snapshot...'
' This forces cleanup of old cloned container.'
return self._container_class.clone(src=self._base_container,