Source code for stacker.exceptions

from __future__ import print_function
from __future__ import division
from __future__ import absolute_import


[docs]class InvalidConfig(Exception): def __init__(self, errors): super(InvalidConfig, self).__init__(errors) self.errors = errors
[docs]class InvalidLookupCombination(Exception): def __init__(self, lookup, lookups, value, *args, **kwargs): message = ( "Lookup: \"{}\" has non-string return value, must be only lookup " "present (not {}) in \"{}\"" ).format(str(lookup), len(lookups), value) super(InvalidLookupCombination, self).__init__(message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class InvalidLookupConcatenation(Exception): """ Intermediary Exception to be converted to InvalidLookupCombination once it bubbles up there """ def __init__(self, lookup, lookups, *args, **kwargs): self.lookup = lookup self.lookups = lookups super(InvalidLookupConcatenation, self).__init__("", *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class UnknownLookupType(Exception): def __init__(self, lookup_type, *args, **kwargs): message = "Unknown lookup type: \"{}\"".format(lookup_type) super(UnknownLookupType, self).__init__(message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class FailedVariableLookup(Exception): def __init__(self, variable_name, lookup, error, *args, **kwargs): self.lookup = lookup self.error = error message = "Couldn't resolve lookup in variable `%s`, " % variable_name message += "lookup: ${%s}: " % repr(lookup) message += "(%s) %s" % (error.__class__, error) super(FailedVariableLookup, self).__init__(message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class FailedLookup(Exception): """ Intermediary Exception to be converted to FailedVariableLookup once it bubbles up there """ def __init__(self, lookup, error, *args, **kwargs): self.lookup = lookup self.error = error super(FailedLookup, self).__init__("Failed lookup", *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class InvalidUserdataPlaceholder(Exception): def __init__(self, blueprint_name, exception_message, *args, **kwargs): message = exception_message + ". " message += "Could not parse userdata in blueprint \"%s\". " % ( blueprint_name) message += "Make sure to escape all $ symbols with a $$." super(InvalidUserdataPlaceholder, self).__init__( message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class UnresolvedVariables(Exception): def __init__(self, blueprint_name, *args, **kwargs): message = "Blueprint: \"%s\" hasn't resolved it's variables" % ( blueprint_name) super(UnresolvedVariables, self).__init__(message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class UnresolvedVariable(Exception): def __init__(self, blueprint_name, variable, *args, **kwargs): message = ( "Variable \"%s\" in blueprint \"%s\" hasn't been resolved" % ( variable.name, blueprint_name ) ) super(UnresolvedVariable, self).__init__(message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class UnresolvedVariableValue(Exception): """ Intermediary Exception to be converted to UnresolvedVariable once it bubbles up there """ def __init__(self, lookup, *args, **kwargs): self.lookup = lookup super(UnresolvedVariableValue, self).__init__( "Unresolved lookup", *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class MissingVariable(Exception): def __init__(self, blueprint_name, variable_name, *args, **kwargs): message = "Variable \"%s\" in blueprint \"%s\" is missing" % ( variable_name, blueprint_name) super(MissingVariable, self).__init__(message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class VariableTypeRequired(Exception): def __init__(self, blueprint_name, variable_name, *args, **kwargs): message = ( "Variable \"%s\" in blueprint \"%s\" does not have a type" % ( variable_name, blueprint_name) ) super(VariableTypeRequired, self).__init__(message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class StackDoesNotExist(Exception): def __init__(self, stack_name, *args, **kwargs): message = ("Stack: \"%s\" does not exist in outputs or the lookup is " "not available in this stacker run") % (stack_name,) super(StackDoesNotExist, self).__init__(message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class MissingParameterException(Exception): def __init__(self, parameters, *args, **kwargs): self.parameters = parameters message = "Missing required cloudformation parameters: %s" % ( ", ".join(parameters), ) super(MissingParameterException, self).__init__(message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class OutputDoesNotExist(Exception): def __init__(self, stack_name, output, *args, **kwargs): self.stack_name = stack_name self.output = output message = "Output %s does not exist on stack %s" % (output, stack_name) super(OutputDoesNotExist, self).__init__(message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class MissingEnvironment(Exception): def __init__(self, key, *args, **kwargs): self.key = key message = "Environment missing key %s." % (key,) super(MissingEnvironment, self).__init__(message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class ImproperlyConfigured(Exception): def __init__(self, cls, error, *args, **kwargs): message = "Class \"%s\" is improperly configured: %s" % ( cls, error, ) super(ImproperlyConfigured, self).__init__(message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class StackDidNotChange(Exception): """Exception raised when there are no changes to be made by the provider. """
[docs]class CancelExecution(Exception): """Exception raised when we want to cancel executing the plan."""
[docs]class ValidatorError(Exception): """Used for errors raised by custom validators of blueprint variables. """ def __init__(self, variable, validator, value, exception=None): self.variable = variable self.validator = validator self.value = value self.exception = exception self.message = ("Validator '%s' failed for variable '%s' with value " "'%s'") % (self.validator, self.variable, self.value) if self.exception: self.message += ": %s: %s" % (self.exception.__class__.__name__, str(self.exception)) def __str__(self): return self.message
[docs]class ChangesetDidNotStabilize(Exception): def __init__(self, change_set_id): self.id = change_set_id message = "Changeset '%s' did not reach a completed state." % ( change_set_id ) super(ChangesetDidNotStabilize, self).__init__(message)
[docs]class UnhandledChangeSetStatus(Exception): def __init__(self, stack_name, change_set_id, status, status_reason): self.stack_name = stack_name self.id = change_set_id self.status = status self.status_reason = status_reason message = ( "Changeset '%s' on stack '%s' returned an unhandled status " "'%s: %s'." % (change_set_id, stack_name, status, status_reason) ) super(UnhandledChangeSetStatus, self).__init__(message)
[docs]class UnableToExecuteChangeSet(Exception): def __init__(self, stack_name, change_set_id, execution_status): self.stack_name = stack_name self.id = change_set_id self.execution_status = execution_status message = ("Changeset '%s' on stack '%s' had bad execution status: " "%s" % (change_set_id, stack_name, execution_status)) super(UnableToExecuteChangeSet, self).__init__(message)
[docs]class StackUpdateBadStatus(Exception): def __init__(self, stack_name, stack_status, reason, *args, **kwargs): self.stack_name = stack_name self.stack_status = stack_status message = ("Stack: \"%s\" cannot be updated nor re-created from state " "%s: %s" % (stack_name, stack_status, reason)) super(StackUpdateBadStatus, self).__init__(message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class PlanFailed(Exception): def __init__(self, failed_steps, *args, **kwargs): self.failed_steps = failed_steps step_names = ', '.join(step.name for step in failed_steps) message = "The following steps failed: %s" % (step_names,) super(PlanFailed, self).__init__(message, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class GraphError(Exception): """Raised when the graph is invalid (e.g. acyclic dependencies) """ def __init__(self, exception, stack, dependency): self.stack = stack self.dependency = dependency self.exception = exception message = ( "Error detected when adding '%s' " "as a dependency of '%s': %s" ) % (dependency, stack, str(exception)) super(GraphError, self).__init__(message)