Client for OpenStack services
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python-openstackclient/openstackclient/tests/functional/base.py

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import logging
import os
import shlex
import subprocess
from tempest.lib.cli import output_parser
from tempest.lib import exceptions
import testtools
ADMIN_CLOUD = os.environ.get('OS_ADMIN_CLOUD', 'devstack-admin')
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
def execute(cmd, fail_ok=False, merge_stderr=False):
"""Executes specified command for the given action."""
LOG.debug('Executing: %s', cmd)
cmdlist = shlex.split(cmd)
stdout = subprocess.PIPE
stderr = subprocess.STDOUT if merge_stderr else subprocess.PIPE
proc = subprocess.Popen(cmdlist, stdout=stdout, stderr=stderr)
result_out, result_err = proc.communicate()
result_out = result_out.decode('utf-8')
LOG.debug('stdout: %s', result_out)
LOG.debug('stderr: %s', result_err)
if not fail_ok and proc.returncode != 0:
raise exceptions.CommandFailed(
proc.returncode, cmd, result_out, result_err,
)
return result_out
class TestCase(testtools.TestCase):
@classmethod
def openstack(cls, cmd, cloud=ADMIN_CLOUD, fail_ok=False):
"""Executes openstackclient command for the given action
NOTE(dtroyer): There is a subtle distinction between passing
cloud=None and cloud='': for compatibility reasons passing
cloud=None continues to include the option '--os-auth-type none'
in the command while passing cloud='' omits the '--os-auth-type'
option completely to let the default handlers be invoked.
"""
if cloud is None:
# Execute command with no auth
return execute(
'openstack --os-auth-type none ' + cmd,
fail_ok=fail_ok
)
elif cloud == '':
# Execute command with no auth options at all
return execute(
'openstack ' + cmd,
fail_ok=fail_ok
)
else:
# Execute command with an explicit cloud specified
return execute(
'openstack --os-cloud=' + cloud + ' ' + cmd,
fail_ok=fail_ok
)
@classmethod
def is_service_enabled(cls, service, version=None):
"""Ask client cloud if service is available
:param service: The service name or type. This should be either an
exact match to what is in the catalog or a known official value or
alias from service-types-authority
:param version: Optional version. This should be a major version, e.g.
'2.0'
:returns: True if the service is enabled and optionally provides the
specified API version, else False
"""
ret = cls.openstack(
f'versions show --service {service} -f value -c Version'
).splitlines()
if version:
return version in ret
return bool(ret)
@classmethod
def is_extension_enabled(cls, alias):
"""Ask client cloud if extension is enabled"""
return alias in cls.openstack('extension list -f value -c Alias')
@classmethod
def get_openstack_configuration_value(cls, configuration):
opts = cls.get_opts([configuration])
return cls.openstack('configuration show ' + opts)
@classmethod
def get_opts(cls, fields, output_format='value'):
return ' -f {0} {1}'.format(output_format,
' '.join(['-c ' + it for it in fields]))
@classmethod
def assertOutput(cls, expected, actual):
if expected != actual:
raise Exception(expected + ' != ' + actual)
@classmethod
def assertInOutput(cls, expected, actual):
if expected not in actual:
raise Exception(expected + ' not in ' + actual)
@classmethod
def assertsOutputNotNone(cls, observed):
if observed is None:
raise Exception('No output observed')
def assert_table_structure(self, items, field_names):
"""Verify that all items have keys listed in field_names."""
for item in items:
for field in field_names:
self.assertIn(field, item)
def assert_show_fields(self, show_output, field_names):
"""Verify that all items have keys listed in field_names."""
# field_names = ['name', 'description']
# show_output = [{'name': 'fc2b98d8faed4126b9e371eda045ade2'},
# {'description': 'description-821397086'}]
# this next line creates a flattened list of all 'keys' (like 'name',
# and 'description' out of the output
all_headers = [item for sublist in show_output for item in sublist]
for field_name in field_names:
self.assertIn(field_name, all_headers)
def parse_show_as_object(self, raw_output):
"""Return a dict with values parsed from cli output."""
items = self.parse_show(raw_output)
o = {}
for item in items:
o.update(item)
return o
def parse_show(self, raw_output):
"""Return list of dicts with item values parsed from cli output."""
items = []
table_ = output_parser.table(raw_output)
for row in table_['values']:
item = {}
item[row[0]] = row[1]
items.append(item)
return items
def parse_listing(self, raw_output):
"""Return list of dicts with basic item parsed from cli output."""
return output_parser.listing(raw_output)