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Add integration testing for heal_allocations

This adds a simple scenario for the heal_allocations CLI
to the post_test_hook script run at the end of the nova-next
job. The functional testing in-tree is pretty extensive but
it's always good to have real integration testing.

Change-Id: If86e4796a9db3020d4fdb751e8bc771c6f98aa47
Related-Bug: #1819923
changes/94/667994/5
Matt Riedemann 2 years ago
committed by Eric Fried
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      gate/post_test_hook.sh

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gate/post_test_hook.sh

@ -77,3 +77,57 @@ if [[ $LEAKED_ALLOCATIONS -eq 1 ]]; then
exit 1
fi
echo "Resource provider allocations were cleaned up properly."
# Test "nova-manage placement heal_allocations" by creating a server, deleting
# its allocations in placement, and then running heal_allocations and assert
# the allocations were healed as expected.
image_id=$(openstack image list -f value -c ID | awk 'NR==1{print $1}')
flavor_id=$(openstack flavor list -f value -c ID | awk 'NR==1{print $1}')
network_id=$(openstack network list --no-share -f value -c ID | awk 'NR==1{print $1}')
echo "Creating server for heal_allocations testing"
openstack server create --image ${image_id} --flavor ${flavor_id} \
--nic net-id=${network_id} --wait heal-allocations-test
server_id=$(openstack server show heal-allocations-test -f value -c id)
# Make sure there are allocations for the consumer.
allocations=$(openstack resource provider allocation show ${server_id} \
-c resources -f value)
if [[ "$allocations" == "" ]]; then
echo "No allocations found for the server."
exit 2
fi
echo "Deleting allocations in placement for the server"
openstack resource provider allocation delete ${server_id}
# Make sure the allocations are gone.
allocations=$(openstack resource provider allocation show ${server_id} \
-c resources -f value)
if [[ "$allocations" != "" ]]; then
echo "Server allocations were not deleted."
exit 2
fi
echo "Healing allocations"
# First test with the --dry-run over all instances in all cells.
set +e
nova-manage placement heal_allocations --verbose --dry-run
rc=$?
set -e
# Since we did not create allocations because of --dry-run the rc should be 4.
if [[ ${rc} -ne 4 ]]; then
echo "Expected return code 4 from heal_allocations with --dry-run"
exit 2
fi
# Now test with just the single instance and actually perform the heal.
nova-manage placement heal_allocations --verbose --instance ${server_id}
# Make sure there are allocations for the consumer.
allocations=$(openstack resource provider allocation show ${server_id} \
-c resources -f value)
if [[ "$allocations" == "" ]]; then
echo "Failed to heal allocations."
exit 2
fi
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