Commit 274080a4 authored by Mahesh Jethanandani's avatar Mahesh Jethanandani

The models finally compile.

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<pkg xmlns="urn:etsi:nfv:yang:etsi-nfv-pkg">
<id>ASA</id>
<provider>My Company</provider>
<product-name>My Company ASAv</product-name>
<software-version>9.8</software-version>
<version>9.8</version>
<vnfm-info>My Company Vnfm</vnfm-info>
<vdu>
<id>firewall</id>
<name>Firewall VDU</name>
<int-cpd>
<id>inside</id>
<layer-protocol xmlns:nfv="urn:etsi:nfv:yang:etsi-nfv-descriptors">nfv:ethernet</layer-protocol>
</int-cpd>
<int-cpd>
<id>management</id>
<layer-protocol xmlns:nfv="urn:etsi:nfv:yang:etsi-nfv-descriptors">nfv:ethernet</layer-protocol>
</int-cpd>
<int-cpd>
<id>outside</id>
<layer-protocol xmlns:nfv="urn:etsi:nfv:yang:etsi-nfv-descriptors">nfv:ethernet</layer-protocol>
</int-cpd>
<virtual-compute-desc>asa-vcd</virtual-compute-desc>
<virtual-storage-desc>asa-vsd</virtual-storage-desc>
<sw-image-desc>asa-image</sw-image-desc>
</vdu>
<virtual-compute-desc>
<id>asa-vcd</id>
<virtual-memory>
<size>4.0</size>
</virtual-memory>
<virtual-cpu>
<num-virtual-cpu>2</num-virtual-cpu>
</virtual-cpu>
</virtual-compute-desc>
<virtual-storage-desc>
<id>asa-vsd</id>
<type-of-storage xmlns:nfv="urn:etsi:nfv:yang:etsi-nfv-descriptors">nfv:root-storage</type-of-storage>
<size-of-storage>0</size-of-storage>
</virtual-storage-desc>
<sw-image-desc>
<id>asa-image</id>
<name>ASA image</name>
<version>1.1</version>
<checksum>
<algorithm xmlns:nfv="urn:etsi:nfv:yang:etsi-nfv-descriptors">nfv:sha-224</algorithm>
<hash>deadbeef</hash>
</checksum>
<container-format>bare</container-format>
<disk-format>qcow2</disk-format>
<min-ram>2.0</min-ram>
<size>1</size>
<image>http://www.cisco.com/asa.qcow2</image>
</sw-image-desc>
<ext-cpd>
<id>inside</id>
<layer-protocol xmlns:nfv="urn:etsi:nfv:yang:etsi-nfv-descriptors">nfv:ethernet</layer-protocol>
</ext-cpd>
<ext-cpd>
<id>management</id>
<layer-protocol xmlns:nfv="urn:etsi:nfv:yang:etsi-nfv-descriptors">nfv:ethernet</layer-protocol>
</ext-cpd>
<ext-cpd>
<id>outside</id>
<layer-protocol xmlns:nfv="urn:etsi:nfv:yang:etsi-nfv-descriptors">nfv:ethernet</layer-protocol>
</ext-cpd>
<df>
<id>normal</id>
<vdu-profile>
<id>firewall</id>
<min-number-of-instances>1</min-number-of-instances>
<max-number-of-instances>2</max-number-of-instances>
</vdu-profile>
<instantiation-level>
<id>double</id>
<vdu-level>
<vdu-id>firewall</vdu-id>
<number-of-instances>2</number-of-instances>
</vdu-level>
</instantiation-level>
<instantiation-level>
<id>single</id>
<vdu-level>
<vdu-id>firewall</vdu-id>
<number-of-instances>1</number-of-instances>
</vdu-level>
</instantiation-level>
<default-instantiation-level>single</default-instantiation-level>
</df>
</pkg>
......@@ -34,11 +34,11 @@
<num-virtual-cpu>2</num-virtual-cpu>
</virtual-cpu>
</virtual-compute-desc>
<virtual-storage-descriptor>
<virtual-storage-desc>
<id>asa-vsd</id>
<type-of-storage>root-storage</type-of-storage>
<size-of-storage>0</size-of-storage>
</virtual-storage-descriptor>
</virtual-storage-desc>
<sw-image-desc>
<id>asa-image</id>
<name>ASA image</name>
......@@ -136,11 +136,11 @@
<num-virtual-cpu>2</num-virtual-cpu>
</virtual-cpu>
</virtual-compute-desc>
<virtual-storage-descriptor>
<virtual-storage-desc>
<id>csr-vsd</id>
<type-of-storage>root-storage</type-of-storage>
<size-of-storage>0</size-of-storage>
</virtual-storage-descriptor>
</virtual-storage-desc>
<sw-image-desc>
<id>csr-image</id>
<name>CSR image</name>
......@@ -256,9 +256,7 @@
<virtual-link-desc>
<id>fw2dpi</id>
<connectivity-type>
<layer-protocol>
<protocol>ethernet</protocol>
</layer-protocol>
<layer-protocol>ethernet</layer-protocol>
</connectivity-type>
<df>
<id>normal</id>
......@@ -271,9 +269,7 @@
<virtual-link-desc>
<id>mgmt</id>
<connectivity-type>
<layer-protocol>
<protocol>ipv4</protocol>
</layer-protocol>
<layer-protocol>ipv4</layer-protocol>
</connectivity-type>
<df>
<id>normal</id>
......@@ -286,9 +282,7 @@
<virtual-link-desc>
<id>r2fw</id>
<connectivity-type>
<layer-protocol>
<protocol>ethernet</protocol>
</layer-protocol>
<layer-protocol>ethernet</layer-protocol>
</connectivity-type>
<df>
<id>normal</id>
......@@ -511,9 +505,7 @@
<virtual-link-desc>
<id>r2fw</id>
<connectivity-type>
<layer-protocol>
<protocol>ipv4</protocol>
</layer-protocol>
<layer-protocol>ipv4</layer-protocol>
</connectivity-type>
<df>
<id>r2fw</id>
......
......@@ -7,17 +7,24 @@ set -e
source /opt/confd/confdrc
cd src
echo "Testing compilation"
CONFD_OPTS="--fail-on-warnings"
CONFD_OPTS=""
echo "Testing compilations of pkg."
confdc -c $CONFD_OPTS -o /opt/confd/etc/confd/etsi-nfv-pkg.fxs etsi-nfv-pkg.yang
echo "Testing compilations of descriptors."
confdc -c $CONFD_OPTS -o /opt/confd/etc/confd/etsi-nfv-descriptors.fxs etsi-nfv-descriptors.yang
echo "Starting ConfD"
confd
echo "Loading Data"
echo "Loading Data for pkg"
confd_load -l -m nfv-vnf-pkg.xml
echo "Loading Data for descriptors"
confd_load -l -m nfv.xml
# Don't do this in the actual test, just waste of cycles
# echo "Stopping ConfD"
# confd --stop
......@@ -3,6 +3,9 @@ submodule etsi-nfv-common {
belongs-to etsi-nfv-descriptors {
prefix nfv;
}
organization
"European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)";
description
"Common data types for ETSI data models.";
......@@ -316,14 +319,10 @@ submodule etsi-nfv-common {
grouping connectivity-type {
container connectivity-type {
list layer-protocol {
key "protocol";
leaf protocol {
leaf-list layer-protocol {
type identityref {
base layer-protocol;
}
}
description
"Identifies the protocols that the VL uses (Ethernet,
MPLS, ODU2, IPV4, IPV6, Pseudo-Wire). The top layer
......@@ -634,17 +633,6 @@ submodule etsi-nfv-common {
reference
"GS NFV IFA011: Section 7.1.6.3 Cpd information element";
}
leaf security-group-rule-id {
type leafref {
path "/nfv/vnfd/security-group-rule/id";
}
description
"Reference of the security group rules bound to this
CPD.";
reference
"GS NFV IFA011: Section 7.1.6.3 Cpd information element";
}
}
grouping security-group-rule {
......
......@@ -22,7 +22,19 @@ module etsi-nfv-descriptors {
}
container nfv {
list vnfd {
key "id";
description
"A VNF Descriptor (VNFD) is a deployment template which
describes a VNF in terms of deployment and operational
behaviour requirements. It also contains connectivity,
interface and virtualised resource requirements";
reference
"GS NFV-IFA011: Section 7.1.2, VNFD information element";
uses vnfd;
}
uses nsd;
uses pnfd;
}
......
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