ovirt.ovirt.ovirt_quota – Module to manage datacenter quotas in oVirt/RHV

Note

This plugin is part of the ovirt.ovirt collection (version 1.6.3).

To install it use: ansible-galaxy collection install ovirt.ovirt.

To use it in a playbook, specify: ovirt.ovirt.ovirt_quota.

New in version 1.0.0: of ovirt.ovirt

Synopsis

  • Module to manage datacenter quotas in oVirt/RHV

Requirements

The below requirements are needed on the host that executes this module.

  • python >= 2.7

  • ovirt-engine-sdk-python >= 4.4.0

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Comments
auth
dictionary / required
Dictionary with values needed to create HTTP/HTTPS connection to oVirt:
ca_file
string
A PEM file containing the trusted CA certificates.
The certificate presented by the server will be verified using these CA certificates.
If ca_file parameter is not set, system wide CA certificate store is used.
Default value is set by OVIRT_CAFILE environment variable.
compress
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
  • yes ←
Flag indicating if compression is used for connection.
headers
dictionary
Dictionary of HTTP headers to be added to each API call.
hostname
string
A string containing the hostname of the server, usually something like `server.example.com`.
Default value is set by OVIRT_HOSTNAME environment variable.
Either url or hostname is required.
insecure
boolean
    Choices:
  • no ←
  • yes
A boolean flag that indicates if the server TLS certificate and host name should be checked.
kerberos
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
  • yes
A boolean flag indicating if Kerberos authentication should be used instead of the default basic authentication.
password
string
The password of the user.
Default value is set by OVIRT_PASSWORD environment variable.
timeout
integer
Number of seconds to wait for response.
token
string
Token to be used instead of login with username/password.
Default value is set by OVIRT_TOKEN environment variable.
url
string
A string containing the API URL of the server, usually something like `https://server.example.com/ovirt-engine/api`.
Default value is set by OVIRT_URL environment variable.
Either url or hostname is required.
username
string
The name of the user, something like [email protected].
Default value is set by OVIRT_USERNAME environment variable.
cluster_grace
integer
Cluster grace(hard limit) defined in percentage (1-100).

aliases: cluster_hard_limit
cluster_threshold
integer
Cluster threshold(soft limit) defined in percentage (0-100).

aliases: cluster_soft_limit
clusters
list / elements=dictionary
List of dictionary of cluster limits, which is valid to specific cluster.
If cluster isn't specified it's valid to all clusters in system:
cluster
string
Name of the cluster.
cpu
string
CPU limit.
memory
string
Memory limit (in GiB).
data_center
string / required
Name of the datacenter where quota should be managed.
description
string
Description of the quota to manage.
fetch_nested
boolean
    Choices:
  • no ←
  • yes
If True the module will fetch additional data from the API.
It will fetch IDs of the VMs disks, snapshots, etc. User can configure to fetch other attributes of the nested entities by specifying nested_attributes.
id
string
ID of the quota to manage.
name
string / required
Name of the quota to manage.
nested_attributes
list / elements=string
Specifies list of the attributes which should be fetched from the API.
This parameter apply only when fetch_nested is true.
poll_interval
integer
Default:
3
Number of the seconds the module waits until another poll request on entity status is sent.
state
string
    Choices:
  • present ←
  • absent
Should the quota be present/absent.
storage_grace
integer
Storage grace(hard limit) defined in percentage (1-100).

aliases: storage_hard_limit
storage_threshold
integer
Storage threshold(soft limit) defined in percentage (0-100).

aliases: storage_soft_limit
storages
list / elements=dictionary
List of dictionary of storage limits, which is valid to specific storage.
If storage isn't specified it's valid to all storages in system:
size
string
Size limit (in GiB).
storage
string
Name of the storage.
timeout
integer
Default:
180
The amount of time in seconds the module should wait for the instance to get into desired state.
wait
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
  • yes ←
yes if the module should wait for the entity to get into desired state.

Notes

Note

  • In order to use this module you have to install oVirt Python SDK. To ensure it’s installed with correct version you can create the following task: pip: name=ovirt-engine-sdk-python version=4.4.0

Examples

# Examples don't contain auth parameter for simplicity,
# look at ovirt_auth module to see how to reuse authentication:

# Add cluster quota to cluster cluster1 with memory limit 20GiB and CPU limit to 10:
- ovirt.ovirt.ovirt_quota:
    name: quota1
    data_center: dcX
    clusters:
        - name: cluster1
          memory: 20
          cpu: 10

# Add cluster quota to all clusters with memory limit 30GiB and CPU limit to 15:
- ovirt.ovirt.ovirt_quota:
    name: quota2
    data_center: dcX
    clusters:
        - memory: 30
          cpu: 15

# Add storage quota to storage data1 with size limit to 100GiB
- ovirt.ovirt.ovirt_quota:
    name: quota3
    data_center: dcX
    storage_grace: 40
    storage_threshold: 60
    storages:
        - name: data1
          size: 100

# Remove quota quota1 (Note the quota must not be assigned to any VM/disk):
- ovirt.ovirt.ovirt_quota:
    state: absent
    data_center: dcX
    name: quota1

# Change Quota Name
- ovirt.ovirt.ovirt_quota:
    id: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
    name: "new_quota_name"
    data_center: dcX

Return Values

Common return values are documented here, the following are the fields unique to this module:

Key Returned Description
id
string
On success if quota is found.
ID of the quota which is managed

Sample:
7de90f31-222c-436c-a1ca-7e655bd5b60c
quota
dictionary
On success if quota is found.
Dictionary of all the quota attributes. Quota attributes can be found on your oVirt/RHV instance at following url: http://ovirt.github.io/ovirt-engine-api-model/master/#types/quota.



Authors

  • Ondra Machacek (@machacekondra)

  • Martin Necas (@mnecas)