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python-novaclient/novaclient/tests/functional/test_instances.py

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import os
import time
import uuid
import novaclient.client
from novaclient.tests.functional import base
# TODO(sdague): content that probably should be in utils, also throw
# Exceptions when they fail.
def pick_flavor(flavors):
"""Given a flavor list pick a reasonable one."""
for flavor in flavors:
if flavor.name == 'm1.tiny':
return flavor
for flavor in flavors:
if flavor.name == 'm1.small':
return flavor
def pick_image(images):
for image in images:
if image.name.startswith('cirros') and image.name.endswith('-uec'):
return image
def volume_id_from_cli_create(output):
"""Scrape the volume id out of the 'volume create' command
The cli for Nova automatically routes requests to the volumes
service end point. However the nova api low level commands don't
redirect to the correct service endpoint, so for volumes commands
(even setup ones) we use the cli for magic routing.
This function lets us get the id out of the prettytable that's
dumped on the cli during create.
"""
for line in output.split("\n"):
fields = line.split()
if len(fields) > 4:
if fields[1] == "id":
return fields[3]
def volume_at_status(output, volume_id, status):
for line in output.split("\n"):
fields = line.split()
if len(fields) > 4:
if fields[1] == volume_id:
return fields[3] == status
raise Exception("Volume %s did not reach status '%s' in output: %s"
% (volume_id, status, output))
class TestInstanceCLI(base.ClientTestBase):
def setUp(self):
super(TestInstanceCLI, self).setUp()
# TODO(sdague): while we collect this information in
# tempest-lib, we do it in a way that's not available for top
# level tests. Long term this probably needs to be in the base
# class.
user = os.environ['OS_USERNAME']
passwd = os.environ['OS_PASSWORD']
tenant = os.environ['OS_TENANT_NAME']
auth_url = os.environ['OS_AUTH_URL']
# TODO(sdague): we made a lot of fun of the glanceclient team
# for version as int in first parameter. I guess we know where
# they copied it from.
self.client = novaclient.client.Client(
2, user, passwd, tenant,
auth_url=auth_url)
# pick some reasonable flavor / image combo
self.flavor = pick_flavor(self.client.flavors.list())
self.image = pick_image(self.client.images.list())
def test_attach_volume(self):
"""Test we can attach a volume via the cli.
This test was added after bug 1423695. That bug exposed
inconsistencies in how to talk to API services from the CLI
vs. API level. The volumes api calls that were designed to
populate the completion cache were incorrectly routed to the
Nova endpoint. Novaclient volumes support actually talks to
Cinder endpoint directly.
This would case volume-attach to return a bad error code,
however it does this *after* the attach command is correctly
dispatched. So the volume-attach still works, but the user is
presented a 404 error.
This test ensures we can do a through path test of: boot,
create volume, attach volume, detach volume, delete volume,
destroy.
"""
# TODO(sdague): better random name
name = str(uuid.uuid4())
# Boot via the cli, as we're primarily testing the cli in this test
self.nova('boot', params="--flavor %s --image %s %s --poll" %
(self.flavor.name, self.image.name, name))
# Be nice about cleaning up, however, use the API for this to avoid
# parsing text.
servers = self.client.servers.list(search_opts={"name": name})
# the name is a random uuid, there better only be one
self.assertEqual(1, len(servers), servers)
server = servers[0]
self.addCleanup(server.delete)
# create a volume for attachment. We use the CLI because it
# magic routes to cinder, however the low level API does not.
volume_id = volume_id_from_cli_create(
self.nova('volume-create', params="1"))
self.addCleanup(self.nova, 'volume-delete', params=volume_id)
# allow volume to become available
for x in xrange(60):
volumes = self.nova('volume-list')
if volume_at_status(volumes, volume_id, 'available'):
break
time.sleep(1)
else:
self.fail("Volume %s not available after 60s" % volume_id)
# attach the volume
self.nova('volume-attach', params="%s %s" % (name, volume_id))
# volume needs to transition to 'in-use' to be attached
for x in xrange(60):
volumes = self.nova('volume-list')
if volume_at_status(volumes, volume_id, 'in-use'):
break
time.sleep(1)
else:
self.fail("Volume %s not attached after 60s" % volume_id)
# clean up on success
self.nova('volume-detach', params="%s %s" % (name, volume_id))