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#!/usr/bin/python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright: (c) 2017, Ansible Project
# GNU General Public License v3.0+ (see COPYING or https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt)
from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function
__metaclass__ = type
DOCUMENTATION = '''
---
module: proxysql_backend_servers
author: "Ben Mildren (@bmildren)"
short_description: Adds or removes mysql hosts from proxysql admin interface
description:
- The M(community.proxysql.proxysql_backend_servers) module adds or removes mysql hosts using
the proxysql admin interface.
options:
hostgroup_id:
description:
- The hostgroup in which this mysqld instance is included. An instance
can be part of one or more hostgroups.
type: int
default: 0
hostname:
description:
- The ip address at which the mysqld instance can be contacted.
type: str
required: True
port:
description:
- The port at which the mysqld instance can be contacted.
type: int
default: 3306
status:
description:
- ONLINE - Backend server is fully operational.
OFFLINE_SOFT - When a server is put into C(OFFLINE_SOFT) mode,
connections are kept in use until the current
transaction is completed. This allows to gracefully
detach a backend.
OFFLINE_HARD - When a server is put into C(OFFLINE_HARD) mode, the
existing connections are dropped, while new incoming
connections aren't accepted either.
If omitted the proxysql database default for I(status) is C(ONLINE).
type: str
choices: [ "ONLINE", "OFFLINE_SOFT", "OFFLINE_HARD"]
weight:
description:
- The bigger the weight of a server relative to other weights, the higher
the probability of the server being chosen from the hostgroup. If
omitted the proxysql database default for I(weight) is 1.
type: int
compression:
description:
- If the value of I(compression) is greater than 0, new connections to
that server will use compression. If omitted the proxysql database
default for I(compression) is 0.
type: int
max_connections:
description:
- The maximum number of connections ProxySQL will open to this backend
server. If omitted the proxysql database default for I(max_connections)
is 1000.
type: int
max_replication_lag:
description:
- If greater than 0, ProxySQL will regularly monitor replication lag. If
replication lag goes above I(max_replication_lag), proxysql will
temporarily shun the server until replication catches up. If omitted
the proxysql database default for I(max_replication_lag) is 0.
type: int
use_ssl:
description:
- If I(use_ssl) is set to C(True), connections to this server will be
made using SSL connections. If omitted the proxysql database default
for I(use_ssl) is C(False).
type: bool
max_latency_ms:
description:
- Ping time is monitored regularly. If a host has a ping time greater
than I(max_latency_ms) it is excluded from the connection pool
(although the server stays ONLINE). If omitted the proxysql database
default for I(max_latency_ms) is 0.
type: int
comment:
description:
- Text field that can be used for any purposed defined by the user.
Could be a description of what the host stores, a reminder of when the
host was added or disabled, or a JSON processed by some checker script.
type: str
default: ''
state:
description:
- When C(present) - adds the host, when C(absent) - removes the host.
type: str
choices: [ "present", "absent" ]
default: present
extends_documentation_fragment:
- community.proxysql.proxysql.managing_config
- community.proxysql.proxysql.connectivity
notes:
- Supports C(check_mode).
'''
EXAMPLES = '''
---
# This example adds a server, it saves the mysql server config to disk, but
# avoids loading the mysql server config to runtime (this might be because
# several servers are being added and the user wants to push the config to
# runtime in a single batch using the community.general.proxysql_manage_config
# module). It uses supplied credentials to connect to the proxysql admin
# interface.
- name: Add a server
community.proxysql.proxysql_backend_servers:
login_user: 'admin'
login_password: 'admin'
hostname: 'mysql01'
state: present
load_to_runtime: False
# This example removes a server, saves the mysql server config to disk, and
# dynamically loads the mysql server config to runtime. It uses credentials
# in a supplied config file to connect to the proxysql admin interface.
- name: Remove a server
community.proxysql.proxysql_backend_servers:
config_file: '~/proxysql.cnf'
hostname: 'mysql02'
state: absent
'''
RETURN = '''
stdout:
description: The mysql host modified or removed from proxysql
returned: On create/update will return the newly modified host, on delete
it will return the deleted record.
type: dict
"sample": {
"changed": true,
"hostname": "192.168.52.1",
"msg": "Added server to mysql_hosts",
"server": {
"comment": "",
"compression": "0",
"hostgroup_id": "1",
"hostname": "192.168.52.1",
"max_connections": "1000",
"max_latency_ms": "0",
"max_replication_lag": "0",
"port": "3306",
"status": "ONLINE",
"use_ssl": "0",
"weight": "1"
},
"state": "present"
}
'''
from ansible.module_utils.basic import AnsibleModule
from ansible_collections.community.proxysql.plugins.module_utils.mysql import (
mysql_connect,
mysql_driver,
proxysql_common_argument_spec,
save_config_to_disk,
load_config_to_runtime,
)
from ansible.module_utils.six import iteritems
from ansible.module_utils._text import to_native
# ===========================================
# proxysql module specific support methods.
#
def perform_checks(module):
if module.params["port"] < 0 \
or module.params["port"] > 65535:
module.fail_json(
msg="port must be a valid unix port number (0-65535)"
)
if module.params["compression"]:
if module.params["compression"] < 0 \
or module.params["compression"] > 102400:
module.fail_json(
msg="compression must be set between 0 and 102400"
)
if module.params["max_replication_lag"]:
if module.params["max_replication_lag"] < 0 \
or module.params["max_replication_lag"] > 126144000:
module.fail_json(
msg="max_replication_lag must be set between 0 and 102400"
)
class ProxySQLServer(object):
def __init__(self, module):
self.state = module.params["state"]
self.save_to_disk = module.params["save_to_disk"]
self.load_to_runtime = module.params["load_to_runtime"]
self.hostgroup_id = module.params["hostgroup_id"]
self.hostname = module.params["hostname"]
self.port = module.params["port"]
config_data_keys = ["status",
"weight",
"compression",
"max_connections",
"max_replication_lag",
"use_ssl",
"max_latency_ms",
"comment"]
self.config_data = dict((k, module.params[k])
for k in config_data_keys)
def check_server_config_exists(self, cursor):
query_string = \
"""SELECT count(*) AS `host_count`
FROM mysql_servers
WHERE hostgroup_id = %s
AND hostname = %s
AND port = %s"""
query_data = \
[self.hostgroup_id,
self.hostname,
self.port]
cursor.execute(query_string, query_data)
check_count = cursor.fetchone()
return (int(check_count['host_count']) > 0)
def check_server_config(self, cursor):
query_string = \
"""SELECT count(*) AS `host_count`
FROM mysql_servers
WHERE hostgroup_id = %s
AND hostname = %s
AND port = %s"""
query_data = \
[self.hostgroup_id,
self.hostname,
self.port]
for col, val in iteritems(self.config_data):
if val is not None:
query_data.append(val)
query_string += "\n AND " + col + " = %s"
cursor.execute(query_string, query_data)
check_count = cursor.fetchone()
if isinstance(check_count, tuple):
return int(check_count[0]) > 0
return (int(check_count['host_count']) > 0)
def get_server_config(self, cursor):
query_string = \
"""SELECT *
FROM mysql_servers
WHERE hostgroup_id = %s
AND hostname = %s
AND port = %s"""
query_data = \
[self.hostgroup_id,
self.hostname,
self.port]
cursor.execute(query_string, query_data)
server = cursor.fetchone()
return server
def create_server_config(self, cursor):
query_string = \
"""INSERT INTO mysql_servers (
hostgroup_id,
hostname,
port"""
cols = 3
query_data = \
[self.hostgroup_id,
self.hostname,
self.port]
for col, val in iteritems(self.config_data):
if val is not None:
cols += 1
query_data.append(val)
query_string += ",\n" + col
query_string += \
(")\n" +
"VALUES (" +
"%s ," * cols)
query_string = query_string[:-2]
query_string += ")"
cursor.execute(query_string, query_data)
return True
def update_server_config(self, cursor):
query_string = """UPDATE mysql_servers"""
cols = 0
query_data = []
for col, val in iteritems(self.config_data):
if val is not None:
cols += 1
query_data.append(val)
if cols == 1:
query_string += "\nSET " + col + "= %s,"
else:
query_string += "\n " + col + " = %s,"
query_string = query_string[:-1]
query_string += ("\nWHERE hostgroup_id = %s\n AND hostname = %s" +
"\n AND port = %s")
query_data.append(self.hostgroup_id)
query_data.append(self.hostname)
query_data.append(self.port)
cursor.execute(query_string, query_data)
return True
def delete_server_config(self, cursor):
query_string = \
"""DELETE FROM mysql_servers
WHERE hostgroup_id = %s
AND hostname = %s
AND port = %s"""
query_data = \
[self.hostgroup_id,
self.hostname,
self.port]
cursor.execute(query_string, query_data)
return True
def manage_config(self, cursor, state):
if state:
if self.save_to_disk:
save_config_to_disk(cursor, "SERVERS")
if self.load_to_runtime:
load_config_to_runtime(cursor, "SERVERS")
def create_server(self, check_mode, result, cursor):
if not check_mode:
result['changed'] = \
self.create_server_config(cursor)
result['msg'] = "Added server to mysql_hosts"
result['server'] = \
self.get_server_config(cursor)
self.manage_config(cursor,
result['changed'])
else:
result['changed'] = True
result['msg'] = ("Server would have been added to" +
" mysql_hosts, however check_mode" +
" is enabled.")
def update_server(self, check_mode, result, cursor):
if not check_mode:
result['changed'] = \
self.update_server_config(cursor)
result['msg'] = "Updated server in mysql_hosts"
result['server'] = \
self.get_server_config(cursor)
self.manage_config(cursor,
result['changed'])
else:
result['changed'] = True
result['msg'] = ("Server would have been updated in" +
" mysql_hosts, however check_mode" +
" is enabled.")
def delete_server(self, check_mode, result, cursor):
if not check_mode:
result['server'] = \
self.get_server_config(cursor)
result['changed'] = \
self.delete_server_config(cursor)
result['msg'] = "Deleted server from mysql_hosts"
self.manage_config(cursor,
result['changed'])
else:
result['changed'] = True
result['msg'] = ("Server would have been deleted from" +
" mysql_hosts, however check_mode is" +
" enabled.")
# ===========================================
# Module execution.
#
def main():
argument_spec = proxysql_common_argument_spec()
argument_spec.update(
hostgroup_id=dict(default=0, type='int'),
hostname=dict(required=True, type='str'),
port=dict(default=3306, type='int'),
status=dict(choices=['ONLINE',
'OFFLINE_SOFT',
'OFFLINE_HARD']),
weight=dict(type='int'),
compression=dict(type='int'),
max_connections=dict(type='int'),
max_replication_lag=dict(type='int'),
use_ssl=dict(type='bool'),
max_latency_ms=dict(type='int'),
comment=dict(default='', type='str'),
state=dict(default='present', choices=['present',
'absent']),
save_to_disk=dict(default=True, type='bool'),
load_to_runtime=dict(default=True, type='bool')
)
module = AnsibleModule(
supports_check_mode=True,
argument_spec=argument_spec
)
perform_checks(module)
login_user = module.params["login_user"]
login_password = module.params["login_password"]
config_file = module.params["config_file"]
cursor = None
try:
cursor, db_conn, version = mysql_connect(module,
login_user,
login_password,
config_file,
cursor_class='DictCursor')
except mysql_driver.Error as e:
module.fail_json(
msg="unable to connect to ProxySQL Admin Module.. %s" % to_native(e)
)
proxysql_server = ProxySQLServer(module)
result = {}
result['state'] = proxysql_server.state
if proxysql_server.hostname:
result['hostname'] = proxysql_server.hostname
if proxysql_server.state == "present":
try:
if not proxysql_server.check_server_config(cursor):
if not proxysql_server.check_server_config_exists(cursor):
proxysql_server.create_server(module.check_mode,
result,
cursor)
else:
proxysql_server.update_server(module.check_mode,
result,
cursor)
else:
result['changed'] = False
result['msg'] = ("The server already exists in mysql_hosts" +
" and doesn't need to be updated.")
result['server'] = \
proxysql_server.get_server_config(cursor)
except mysql_driver.Error as e:
module.fail_json(
msg="unable to modify server.. %s" % to_native(e)
)
elif proxysql_server.state == "absent":
try:
if proxysql_server.check_server_config_exists(cursor):
proxysql_server.delete_server(module.check_mode,
result,
cursor)
else:
result['changed'] = False
result['msg'] = ("The server is already absent from the" +
" mysql_hosts memory configuration")
except mysql_driver.Error as e:
module.fail_json(
msg="unable to remove server.. %s" % to_native(e)
)
module.exit_json(**result)
if __name__ == '__main__':
main()