OpenStack Networking (Neutron)
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# Copyright 2017 - Nokia
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import functools
from neutron.common import utils
from neutron.tests.fullstack import base
from neutron.tests.fullstack.resources import environment
from neutron.tests.unit import testlib_api
from neutron_lib import constants
from oslo_utils import uuidutils
load_tests = testlib_api.module_load_tests
class PortShutDownTest(base.BaseFullStackTestCase):
# This is a test to confirm the port status
# on shutting down the port administratively.
# The port status should no longer be ACTIVE
# and go to DOWN
use_dhcp = True
l2_pop = False
arp_responder = False
num_hosts = 1
scenarios = [
(constants.AGENT_TYPE_LINUXBRIDGE,
{'l2_agent_type': constants.AGENT_TYPE_LINUXBRIDGE}),
(constants.AGENT_TYPE_OVS,
{'l2_agent_type': constants.AGENT_TYPE_OVS})
]
def setUp(self):
host_descriptions = [
environment.HostDescription(
l2_agent_type=self.l2_agent_type,
dhcp_agent=self.use_dhcp,
)
for _ in range(self.num_hosts)]
env = environment.Environment(
environment.EnvironmentDescription(
l2_pop=self.l2_pop,
arp_responder=self.arp_responder),
host_descriptions)
super(PortShutDownTest, self).setUp(env)
def _create_external_network_and_subnet(self, tenant_id):
# This test is not exclusive for the external networks.
# It is only used here to implicitly create a dhcp port
# on the network creation.
network = self.safe_client.create_network(
tenant_id, name='test-public', external=True, network_type='local')
self.safe_client.create_subnet(tenant_id, network['id'],
'240.0.0.0/8', gateway_ip='240.0.0.2')
return network
def _get_network_dhcp_ports(self, network_id):
return self.client.list_ports(network_id=network_id,
device_owner=constants.DEVICE_OWNER_DHCP)['ports']
def _is_port_active(self, port_id):
port = self.client.show_port(port_id)['port']
return port['status'] == constants.PORT_STATUS_ACTIVE
def _is_port_down(self, port_id):
port = self.client.show_port(port_id)['port']
return port['status'] == constants.PORT_STATUS_DOWN
def test_port_shut_down(self):
tenant_id = uuidutils.generate_uuid()
# Create an external network
network = self._create_external_network_and_subnet(tenant_id)
# Check if the DHCP port is created
port_created = functools.partial(self._get_network_dhcp_ports,
network['id'])
utils.wait_until_true(port_created)
# Get the DHCP port
port = self._get_network_dhcp_ports(network['id'])[0]
# Wait till the changes are reflected to DB
port_status_active_predicate = functools.partial(
self._is_port_active, port['id'])
utils.wait_until_true(port_status_active_predicate)
# Shut down the port
self.safe_client.update_port(port['id'], admin_state_up=False)
port_status_down_predicate = functools.partial(
self._is_port_down, port['id'])
utils.wait_until_true(port_status_down_predicate)