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Add a trunk rally test

This adds a basic rally scenario to create a trunk
with a bunch of subports so we can keep an eye on the
performance of the trunk API.

Change-Id: I12aaf6121b677e9696131601b3539a7091e2858c
changes/65/392265/12
Kevin Benton 6 years ago
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  1. 17
      rally-jobs/neutron-neutron.yaml
  2. 54
      rally-jobs/plugins/trunk_scenario.py

17
rally-jobs/neutron-neutron.yaml

@ -305,4 +305,19 @@
sla:
failure_rate:
max: 0
NeutronTrunks.create_and_list_trunk_subports:
-
args:
subport_count: 50
runner:
type: "constant"
times: 10
concurrency: 4
context:
users:
tenants: 1
users_per_tenant: 1
quotas:
neutron:
network: -1
port: -1

54
rally-jobs/plugins/trunk_scenario.py

@ -0,0 +1,54 @@
#
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#
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#
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from rally import consts
from rally.plugins.openstack import scenario
from rally.plugins.openstack.scenarios.neutron import utils
from rally.task import atomic
from rally.task import validation
"""Scenarios for VLAN Aware VMs."""
@validation.required_services(consts.Service.NEUTRON)
@validation.required_openstack(users=True)
@scenario.configure(context={"cleanup": ["neutron"]},
name="NeutronTrunks.create_and_list_trunk_subports")
class TrunkLifeCycle(utils.NeutronScenario):
def run(self, subport_count=50):
net = self._create_network({})
ports = [self._create_port(net, {}) for i in range(subport_count)]
parent, subports = ports[0], ports[1:]
subport_payload = [{'port_id': p['port']['id'],
'segmentation_type': 'vlan',
'segmentation_id': seg_id}
for seg_id, p in enumerate(subports, start=1)]
trunk_payload = {'port_id': parent['port']['id'],
'sub_ports': subport_payload}
trunk = self._create_trunk(trunk_payload)
self._list_trunks(id=trunk['trunk']['id'])
self._delete_trunk(trunk['trunk']['id'])
@atomic.action_timer("neutron.delete_trunk")
def _delete_trunk(self, trunk_id):
self.clients("neutron").delete_trunk(trunk_id)
@atomic.action_timer("neutron.create_trunk")
def _create_trunk(self, trunk_payload):
return self.clients("neutron").create_trunk({'trunk': trunk_payload})
@atomic.optional_action_timer("neutron.list_trunks")
def _list_trunks(self, **kwargs):
return self.clients("neutron").list_trunks(**kwargs)["trunks"]
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