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Added support for testing in multipass vms back to basic_test

Script now takes a "-m" argument. This helps to test locally in a
fresh environment.

Change-Id: I7848070cfdf809f084a107f23112fcfc71e11bf4
changes/86/672586/3
Pete Vander Giessen 2 years ago
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      tests/basic-test.sh

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tests/basic-test.sh

@ -9,6 +9,9 @@
#
# -u <channel> # First installs a released snap from the named
# # channel, in order to test basic upgrade functionality.
# -m # Run tests in a multipass machine.
# -d <distro> # Ubuntu distro of the multipass machine to run tests
# # within. Defaults to bionic.
#
##############################################################################
@ -19,13 +22,16 @@ export PATH=/snap/bin:$PATH
UPGRADE_FROM="none"
FORCE_QEMU=false
PREFIX=""
DISTRO="bionic"
while getopts u:d:q option
while getopts u:d:mq option
do
case "${option}"
in
u) UPGRADE_FROM=${OPTARG};;
q) FORCE_QEMU=true
q) FORCE_QEMU=true;;
m) PREFIX="multipass";;
esac
done
@ -41,10 +47,14 @@ dump_logs () {
if [ $(whoami) == 'zuul' ]; then
export DUMP_DIR="/home/zuul/zuul-output/logs";
fi
sudo tar cvzf $DUMP_DIR/dump.tar.gz \
$PREFIX sudo journalctl -xe --no-pager > /tmp/journalctl.output
$PREFIX sudo tar cvzf $DUMP_DIR/dump.tar.gz \
/var/snap/microstack/common/log \
/var/log/syslog
sudo journalctl -xe --no-pager
/var/log/syslog \
/tmp/journalctl.output
if [[ $PREFIX == *"multipass"* ]]; then
multipass copy-files $MACHINE:/tmp/dump.tar.gz .
fi
}
# Setup
@ -53,22 +63,33 @@ echo "++ Starting tests on localhost ++"
echo "++ Upgrade from: $UPGRADE_FROM ++"
echo "++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++"
# Possibly run in a multipass machine
if [ "$PREFIX" == "multipass" ]; then
sudo snap install --classic --edge multipass
which petname || sudo snap install petname
MACHINE=$(petname)
PREFIX="multipass exec $MACHINE --"
multipass launch --cpus 2 --mem 16G $DISTRO --name $MACHINE
multipass copy-files microstack_rocky_amd64.snap $MACHINE:
fi
# Possibly install a release of the snap before running a test.
if [ "${UPGRADE_FROM}" != "none" ]; then
sudo snap install --classic --${UPGRADE_FROM} microstack
$PREFIX sudo snap install --classic --${UPGRADE_FROM} microstack
fi
# Install the snap under test
sudo snap install --classic --dangerous microstack*.snap
$PREFIX sudo snap install --classic --dangerous microstack*.snap
# Comment out the above and uncomment below to install the version of
# the snap from the store.
# TODO: add this as a flag.
# sudo snap install --classic --edge microstack
# $PREFIX sudo snap install --classic --edge microstack
# If kvm processor extensions not supported, switch to qemu
# TODO: just do this in the install step of the snap
if ! [ $(egrep "vmx|svm" /proc/cpuinfo | wc -l) -gt 0 ]; then
if ! [ $($PREFIX egrep "vmx|svm" /proc/cpuinfo | wc -l) -gt 0 ]; then
FORCE_QEMU=true;
fi
if [ "$FORCE_QEMU" == "true" ]; then
@ -83,34 +104,37 @@ disable_rootwrap = True
virt_type = qemu
cpu_mode = host-model
EOF
sudo cp /tmp/hypervisor.conf \
if [[ $PREFIX == *"multipass"* ]]; then
multipass copy-files /tmp/hypervisor.conf $MACHINE:/tmp/hypervisor.conf
fi
$PREFIX sudo cp /tmp/hypervisor.conf \
/var/snap/microstack/common/etc/nova/nova.conf.d/hypervisor.conf
sudo snap restart microstack
$PREFIX sudo snap restart microstack
fi
# Run microstack.launch
/snap/bin/microstack.launch breakfast || (dump_logs && exit 1)
$PREFIX /snap/bin/microstack.launch breakfast || (dump_logs && exit 1)
# Verify that endpoints are setup correctly
# List of endpoints should contain 10.20.20.1
if ! /snap/bin/microstack.openstack endpoint list | grep "10.20.20.1"; then
if ! $PREFIX /snap/bin/microstack.openstack endpoint list | grep "10.20.20.1"; then
echo "Endpoints are not set to 10.20.20.1!";
exit 1;
fi
# List of endpoints should not contain localhost
if /snap/bin/microstack.openstack endpoint list | grep "localhost"; then
if $PREFIX /snap/bin/microstack.openstack endpoint list | grep "localhost"; then
echo "Endpoints are not set to 10.20.20.1!";
exit 1;
fi
# Verify that microstack.launch completed
IP=$(/snap/bin/microstack.openstack server list | grep breakfast | cut -d" " -f9)
IP=$($PREFIX /snap/bin/microstack.openstack server list | grep breakfast | cut -d" " -f9)
echo "Waiting for ping..."
PINGS=1
MAX_PINGS=40 # We might sometimes be testing qemu emulation, so we
# want to give this some time ...
until ping -c 1 $IP &>/dev/null; do
until $PREFIX ping -c 1 $IP &>/dev/null; do
PINGS=$(($PINGS + 1));
if test $PINGS -gt $MAX_PINGS; then
echo "Unable to ping machine!";
@ -120,8 +144,11 @@ done;
ATTEMPTS=1
MAX_ATTEMPTS=40 # See above for note about qemu
until ssh -oStrictHostKeyChecking=no -i \
$HOME/.ssh/id_microstack cirros@$IP -- \
USERNAME=$($PREFIX whoami | tr -d '\r') # Possibly get username from
# remote host, for use in
# composing home dir below.
until $PREFIX ssh -oStrictHostKeyChecking=no -i \
/home/$USERNAME/.ssh/id_microstack cirros@$IP -- \
ping -c 1 91.189.94.250; do
ATTEMPTS=$(($ATTEMPTS + 1));
if test $ATTEMPTS -gt $MAX_ATTEMPTS; then
@ -134,6 +161,11 @@ done;
# Cleanup
unset IP
echo "++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++"
echo "++ Completed tests. Uninstalling microstack ++"
echo "++ Completed tests. Cleaning up ++"
echo "++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++"
sudo snap remove microstack
if [[ $PREFIX == *"multipass"* ]]; then
sudo multipass delete $MACHINE
sudo multipass purge
else
$PREFIX sudo snap remove microstack
fi

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