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tempest/tempest/lib/decorators.py

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# Copyright 2015 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
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import functools
import uuid
from oslo_log import log as logging
import testtools
from tempest.lib import exceptions as lib_exc
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
_SUPPORTED_BUG_TYPES = {
'launchpad': 'https://launchpad.net/bugs/%s',
'storyboard': 'https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/story/%s',
}
def _validate_bug_and_bug_type(bug, bug_type):
"""Validates ``bug`` and ``bug_type`` values.
:param bug: bug number causing the test to skip (launchpad or storyboard)
:param bug_type: 'launchpad' or 'storyboard', default 'launchpad'
:raises: InvalidParam if ``bug`` is not a digit or ``bug_type`` is not
a valid value
"""
if not bug.isdigit():
invalid_param = '%s must be a valid %s number' % (bug, bug_type)
raise lib_exc.InvalidParam(invalid_param=invalid_param)
if bug_type not in _SUPPORTED_BUG_TYPES:
invalid_param = 'bug_type "%s" must be one of: %s' % (
bug_type, ', '.join(_SUPPORTED_BUG_TYPES.keys()))
raise lib_exc.InvalidParam(invalid_param=invalid_param)
def _get_bug_url(bug, bug_type='launchpad'):
"""Get the bug URL based on the ``bug_type`` and ``bug``
:param bug: The launchpad/storyboard bug number causing the test
:param bug_type: 'launchpad' or 'storyboard', default 'launchpad'
:returns: Bug URL corresponding to ``bug_type`` value
"""
_validate_bug_and_bug_type(bug, bug_type)
return _SUPPORTED_BUG_TYPES[bug_type] % bug
def skip_because(*args, **kwargs):
"""A decorator useful to skip tests hitting known bugs
``bug`` must be a number and ``condition`` must be true for the test to
skip.
:param bug: bug number causing the test to skip (launchpad or storyboard)
:param bug_type: 'launchpad' or 'storyboard', default 'launchpad'
:param condition: optional condition to be True for the skip to have place
:raises: testtools.TestCase.skipException if ``condition`` is True and
``bug`` is included
"""
def decorator(f):
@functools.wraps(f)
def wrapper(*func_args, **func_kwargs):
condition = kwargs.get('condition', True)
bug = kwargs.get('bug', None)
if bug and condition:
bug_type = kwargs.get('bug_type', 'launchpad')
bug_url = _get_bug_url(bug, bug_type)
raise testtools.TestCase.skipException(
"Skipped until bug: %s is resolved." % bug_url)
return f(*func_args, **func_kwargs)
return wrapper
return decorator
def related_bug(bug, status_code=None, bug_type='launchpad'):
"""A decorator useful to know solutions from launchpad/storyboard reports
:param bug: The launchpad/storyboard bug number causing the test bug
:param bug_type: 'launchpad' or 'storyboard', default 'launchpad'
:param status_code: The status code related to the bug report
"""
def decorator(f):
@functools.wraps(f)
def wrapper(*func_args, **func_kwargs):
try:
return f(*func_args, **func_kwargs)
except Exception as exc:
exc_status_code = getattr(exc, 'status_code', None)
if status_code is None or status_code == exc_status_code:
if bug:
LOG.error('Hints: This test was made for the bug_type '
'%s. The failure could be related to '
'%s', bug, _get_bug_url(bug, bug_type))
raise exc
return wrapper
return decorator
def idempotent_id(id):
"""Stub for metadata decorator"""
if not isinstance(id, str):
raise TypeError('Test idempotent_id must be string not %s'
'' % type(id).__name__)
uuid.UUID(id)
def decorator(f):
f = testtools.testcase.attr('id-%s' % id)(f)
if f.__doc__:
f.__doc__ = 'Test idempotent id: %s\n\n%s' % (id, f.__doc__)
else:
f.__doc__ = 'Test idempotent id: %s' % id
return f
return decorator
def attr(**kwargs):
"""A decorator which applies the testtools attr decorator
This decorator applies the testtools.testcase.attr if it is in the list of
attributes to testtools we want to apply.
:param condition: Optional condition which if true will apply the attr. If
a condition is specified which is false the attr will not be applied to
the test function. If not specified, the attr is always applied.
"""
def decorator(f):
# Check to see if the attr should be conditional applied.
if 'condition' in kwargs and not kwargs.get('condition'):
return f
if 'type' in kwargs and isinstance(kwargs['type'], str):
f = testtools.testcase.attr(kwargs['type'])(f)
elif 'type' in kwargs and isinstance(kwargs['type'], list):
for attr in kwargs['type']:
f = testtools.testcase.attr(attr)(f)
return f
return decorator
def unstable_test(*args, **kwargs):
"""A decorator useful to run tests hitting known bugs and skip it if fails
This decorator can be used in cases like:
* We have skipped tests with some bug and now bug is claimed to be fixed.
Now we want to check the test stability so we use this decorator.
The number of skipped cases with that bug can be counted to mark test
stable again.
* There is test which is failing often, but not always. If there is known
bug related to it, and someone is working on fix, this decorator can be
used instead of "skip_because". That will ensure that test is still run
so new debug data can be collected from jobs' logs but it will not make
life of other developers harder by forcing them to recheck jobs more
often.
``bug`` must be a number for the test to skip.
:param bug: bug number causing the test to skip (launchpad or storyboard)
:param bug_type: 'launchpad' or 'storyboard', default 'launchpad'
:raises: testtools.TestCase.skipException if test actually fails,
and ``bug`` is included
"""
def decor(f):
@functools.wraps(f)
def inner(self, *func_args, **func_kwargs):
try:
return f(self, *func_args, **func_kwargs)
except Exception as e:
if "bug" in kwargs:
bug = kwargs['bug']
bug_type = kwargs.get('bug_type', 'launchpad')
bug_url = _get_bug_url(bug, bug_type)
msg = ("Marked as unstable and skipped because of bug: "
"%s, failure was: %s") % (bug_url, e)
raise testtools.TestCase.skipException(msg)
else:
raise e
return inner
return decor