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Prepare for using standard python tests

Add simple script to setup mysql and postgresql databases, this script
can be run by users during testing and will be run by CI systems for
specific setup before running unit tests. This is exactly what is
currently done by OpenStack CI in project-config.

This allows to change in project-config the python-db jobs to
python-jobs since python-jobs will call this script initially.

See also
http://lists.openstack.org/pipermail/openstack-dev/2016-November/107784.html

Update HACKING for this.

Needed-By: I98c1b799e520cad102b9e47cf51477f54b07e732
Change-Id: Id5e3b67190866acdebee2b89f4393d5c407a5b96
changes/07/429207/1
Andreas Jaeger 5 years ago
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HACKING.rst

@ -41,6 +41,9 @@ run --parallel` will run it in parallel (this is the default incantation tox
uses.) More information about testr can be found at:
http://wiki.openstack.org/testr
Note that unit tests use a database if available. See
``tools/test-setup.sh`` on how to set up the databases the same way as
done in the OpenStack CI systems.
Heat Specific Commandments
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tools/test-setup.sh

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#!/bin/bash -xe
# This script will be run by OpenStack CI before unit tests are run,
# it sets up the test system as needed.
# Developers should setup their test systems in a similar way.
# This setup needs to be run as a user that can run sudo.
# The root password for the MySQL database; pass it in via
# MYSQL_ROOT_PW.
DB_ROOT_PW=${MYSQL_ROOT_PW:-insecure_slave}
# This user and its password are used by the tests, if you change it,
# your tests might fail.
DB_USER=openstack_citest
DB_PW=openstack_citest
sudo -H mysqladmin -u root password $DB_ROOT_PW
# It's best practice to remove anonymous users from the database. If
# a anonymous user exists, then it matches first for connections and
# other connections from that host will not work.
sudo -H mysql -u root -p$DB_ROOT_PW -h localhost -e "
DELETE FROM mysql.user WHERE User='';
FLUSH PRIVILEGES;
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.*
TO '$DB_USER'@'%' identified by '$DB_PW' WITH GRANT OPTION;"
# Now create our database.
mysql -u $DB_USER -p$DB_PW -h 127.0.0.1 -e "
SET default_storage_engine=MYISAM;
DROP DATABASE IF EXISTS openstack_citest;
CREATE DATABASE openstack_citest CHARACTER SET utf8;"
# Same for PostgreSQL
# The root password for the PostgreSQL database; pass it in via
# POSTGRES_ROOT_PW.
DB_ROOT_PW=${POSTGRES_ROOT_PW:-insecure_slave}
# Setup user
root_roles=$(sudo -H -u postgres psql -t -c "
SELECT 'HERE' from pg_roles where rolname='$DB_USER'")
if [[ ${root_roles} == *HERE ]];then
sudo -H -u postgres psql -c "ALTER ROLE $DB_USER WITH SUPERUSER LOGIN PASSWORD '$DB_PW'"
else
sudo -H -u postgres psql -c "CREATE ROLE $DB_USER WITH SUPERUSER LOGIN PASSWORD '$DB_PW'"
fi
# Store password for tests
cat << EOF > $HOME/.pgpass
*:*:*:$DB_USER:$DB_PW
EOF
chmod 0600 $HOME/.pgpass
# Now create our database
psql -h 127.0.0.1 -U $DB_USER -d template1 -c "DROP DATABASE IF EXISTS openstack_citest"
createdb -h 127.0.0.1 -U $DB_USER -l C -T template0 -E utf8 openstack_citest
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