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# Copyright (c) 2014 Red Hat, Inc.
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# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
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from oslo_config import cfg
from neutron._i18n import _
from neutron.agent.linux import external_process
from neutron.agent.linux import keepalived
from neutron.agent.linux import utils
from neutron.tests.functional.agent.linux import helpers
from neutron.tests.functional import base
from neutron.tests.unit.agent.linux import test_keepalived
class KeepalivedManagerTestCase(base.BaseLoggingTestCase,
test_keepalived.KeepalivedConfBaseMixin):
def setUp(self):
super(KeepalivedManagerTestCase, self).setUp()
cfg.CONF.set_override('check_child_processes_interval', 1, 'AGENT')
self.expected_config = self._get_config()
self.process_monitor = external_process.ProcessMonitor(cfg.CONF,
'router')
self.manager = keepalived.KeepalivedManager(
'router1', self.expected_config, self.process_monitor,
conf_path=cfg.CONF.state_path)
self.addCleanup(self.manager.disable)
def _spawn_keepalived(self, keepalived_manager):
keepalived_manager.spawn()
process = keepalived_manager.get_process()
utils.wait_until_true(
lambda: process.active,
timeout=5,
sleep=0.01,
exception=RuntimeError(_("Keepalived didn't spawn")))
return process
def test_keepalived_spawn(self):
self._spawn_keepalived(self.manager)
self.assertEqual(self.expected_config.get_config_str(),
self.manager.get_conf_on_disk())
def _test_keepalived_respawns(self, normal_exit=True):
process = self._spawn_keepalived(self.manager)
pid = process.pid
exit_code = '-15' if normal_exit else '-9'
# Exit the process, and see that when it comes back
# It's indeed a different process
utils.execute(['kill', exit_code, pid], run_as_root=True)
utils.wait_until_true(
lambda: process.active and pid != process.pid,
timeout=5,
sleep=0.01,
exception=RuntimeError(_("Keepalived didn't respawn")))
def test_keepalived_respawns(self):
self._test_keepalived_respawns()
def test_keepalived_respawn_with_unexpected_exit(self):
self._test_keepalived_respawns(False)
def _test_keepalived_spawns_conflicting_pid(self, process, pid_file):
# Test the situation when keepalived PID file contains PID of an
# existing non-keepalived process. This situation can happen e.g.
# after hard node reset.
spawn_process = helpers.SleepyProcessFixture()
self.useFixture(spawn_process)
with open(pid_file, "w") as f_pid_file:
f_pid_file.write("%s" % spawn_process.pid)
self._spawn_keepalived(self.manager)
def test_keepalived_spawns_conflicting_pid_base_process(self):
process = self.manager.get_process()
pid_file = process.get_pid_file_name()
self._test_keepalived_spawns_conflicting_pid(process, pid_file)
def test_keepalived_spawns_conflicting_pid_vrrp_subprocess(self):
process = self.manager.get_process()
pid_file = process.get_pid_file_name()
self._test_keepalived_spawns_conflicting_pid(
process,
self.manager.get_vrrp_pid_file_name(pid_file))