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tests: Allow bindep and test-setup.sh to run on EL distros

Only install mariadb on EL based hosts. Also when using mariadb and
postgresql on EL based distros we need to ensure each service is
configured and actually started before using either.

Co-Authored-By: Ade Lee <alee@redhat.com>
Change-Id: I7122933d85bd7d0333c2c35e0f1a8414c1baa6d5
changes/28/796428/5
Lee Yarwood 7 months ago
parent
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  1. 8
      bindep.txt
  2. 35
      tools/test-setup.sh

8
bindep.txt

@ -24,10 +24,12 @@ libxml2-dev [platform:dpkg test]
libxslt-devel [platform:rpm test]
libxslt1-dev [platform:dpkg test]
locales [platform:debian]
mysql [platform:rpm]
mysql [platform:rpm !platform:redhat]
mysql-client [platform:dpkg]
mysql-devel [platform:rpm test]
mysql-server
mysql-devel [platform:rpm !platform:redhat test]
mysql-server [!platform:redhat]
mariadb-devel [platform:rpm platform:redhat test]
mariadb-server [platform:rpm platform:redhat]
openssh-client [platform:dpkg]
openssh-clients [platform:rpm]
openssl

35
tools/test-setup.sh

@ -15,6 +15,41 @@ DB_ROOT_PW=${MYSQL_ROOT_PW:-insecure_slave}
DB_USER=openstack_citest
DB_PW=openstack_citest
function is_rhel7 {
[ -f /usr/bin/yum ] && \
cat /etc/*release | grep -q -e "Red Hat" -e "CentOS" -e "CloudLinux" && \
cat /etc/*release | grep -q 'release 7'
}
function is_rhel8 {
[ -f /usr/bin/dnf ] && \
cat /etc/*release | grep -q -e "Red Hat" -e "CentOS" -e "CloudLinux" && \
cat /etc/*release | grep -q 'release 8'
}
function set_conf_line { # file regex value
sudo sh -c "grep -q -e '$2' $1 && \
sed -i 's|$2|$3|g' $1 || \
echo '$3' >> $1"
}
if is_rhel7 || is_rhel8; then
# mysql needs to be started on centos/rhel
sudo systemctl restart mariadb.service
# postgres setup for centos
sudo postgresql-setup --initdb
PG_CONF=/var/lib/pgsql/data/postgresql.conf
set_conf_line $PG_CONF '^password_encryption =.*' 'password_encryption = scram-sha-256'
PG_HBA=/var/lib/pgsql/data/pg_hba.conf
set_conf_line $PG_HBA '^local[ \t]*all[ \t]*all.*' 'local all all peer'
set_conf_line $PG_HBA '^host[ \t]*all[ \t]*all[ \t]*127.0.0.1\/32.*' 'host all all 127.0.0.1/32 scram-sha-256'
set_conf_line $PG_HBA '^host[ \t]*all[ \t]*all[ \t]*::1\/128.*' 'host all all ::1/128 scram-sha-256'
sudo systemctl restart postgresql.service
fi
sudo -H mysqladmin -u root password $DB_ROOT_PW
# It's best practice to remove anonymous users from the database. If

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