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zuul/tests/base.py

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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
# Copyright 2016 Red Hat, Inc.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
# not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
# a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
# License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
# under the License.
import configparser
import datetime
import gc
import hashlib
import importlib
from io import StringIO
import json
import logging
import os
import queue
import random
import re
import select
import shutil
import socket
import string
import subprocess
import sys
import tempfile
import threading
import traceback
import time
import uuid
import urllib
import git
import gear
import fixtures
import kazoo.client
import kazoo.exceptions
import pymysql
import statsd
import testtools
import testtools.content
import testtools.content_type
from git.exc import NoSuchPathError
import yaml
import zuul.driver.gerrit.gerritsource as gerritsource
import zuul.driver.gerrit.gerritconnection as gerritconnection
import zuul.driver.github.githubconnection as githubconnection
import zuul.scheduler
import zuul.webapp
import zuul.rpclistener
import zuul.executor.server
import zuul.executor.client
import zuul.lib.connections
import zuul.merger.client
import zuul.merger.merger
import zuul.merger.server
import zuul.model
import zuul.nodepool
import zuul.zk
from zuul.exceptions import MergeFailure
FIXTURE_DIR = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__),
'fixtures')
KEEP_TEMPDIRS = bool(os.environ.get('KEEP_TEMPDIRS', False))
def repack_repo(path):
cmd = ['git', '--git-dir=%s/.git' % path, 'repack', '-afd']
output = subprocess.Popen(cmd, close_fds=True,
stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
stderr=subprocess.PIPE)
out = output.communicate()
if output.returncode:
raise Exception("git repack returned %d" % output.returncode)
return out
def random_sha1():
return hashlib.sha1(str(random.random()).encode('ascii')).hexdigest()
def iterate_timeout(max_seconds, purpose):
start = time.time()
count = 0
while (time.time() < start + max_seconds):
count += 1
yield count
time.sleep(0)
raise Exception("Timeout waiting for %s" % purpose)
def simple_layout(path, driver='gerrit'):
"""Specify a layout file for use by a test method.
:arg str path: The path to the layout file.
:arg str driver: The source driver to use, defaults to gerrit.
Some tests require only a very simple configuration. For those,
establishing a complete config directory hierachy is too much
work. In those cases, you can add a simple zuul.yaml file to the
test fixtures directory (in fixtures/layouts/foo.yaml) and use
this decorator to indicate the test method should use that rather
than the tenant config file specified by the test class.
The decorator will cause that layout file to be added to a
config-project called "common-config" and each "project" instance
referenced in the layout file will have a git repo automatically
initialized.
"""
def decorator(test):
test.__simple_layout__ = (path, driver)
return test
return decorator
class GerritChangeReference(git.Reference):
_common_path_default = "refs/changes"
_points_to_commits_only = True
class FakeGerritChange(object):
categories = {'approved': ('Approved', -1, 1),
'code-review': ('Code-Review', -2, 2),
'verified': ('Verified', -2, 2)}
def __init__(self, gerrit, number, project, branch, subject,
status='NEW', upstream_root=None, files={}):
self.gerrit = gerrit
self.source = gerrit
self.reported = 0
self.queried = 0
self.patchsets = []
self.number = number
self.project = project
self.branch = branch
self.subject = subject
self.latest_patchset = 0
self.depends_on_change = None
self.needed_by_changes = []
self.fail_merge = False
self.messages = []
self.data = {
'branch': branch,
'comments': [],
'commitMessage': subject,
'createdOn': time.time(),
'id': 'I' + random_sha1(),
'lastUpdated': time.time(),
'number': str(number),
'open': status == 'NEW',
'owner': {'email': 'user@example.com',
'name': 'User Name',
'username': 'username'},
'patchSets': self.patchsets,
'project': project,
'status': status,
'subject': subject,
'submitRecords': [],
'url': 'https://hostname/%s' % number}
self.upstream_root = upstream_root
self.addPatchset(files=files)
self.data['submitRecords'] = self.getSubmitRecords()
self.open = status == 'NEW'
def addFakeChangeToRepo(self, msg, files, large):
path = os.path.join(self.upstream_root, self.project)
repo = git.Repo(path)
ref = GerritChangeReference.create(
repo, '1/%s/%s' % (self.number, self.latest_patchset),
'refs/tags/init')
repo.head.reference = ref
zuul.merger.merger.reset_repo_to_head(repo)
repo.git.clean('-x', '-f', '-d')
path = os.path.join(self.upstream_root, self.project)
if not large:
for fn, content in files.items():
fn = os.path.join(path, fn)
with open(fn, 'w') as f:
f.write(content)
repo.index.add([fn])
else:
for fni in range(100):
fn = os.path.join(path, str(fni))
f = open(fn, 'w')
for ci in range(4096):
f.write(random.choice(string.printable))
f.close()
repo.index.add([fn])
r = repo.index.commit(msg)
repo.head.reference = 'master'
zuul.merger.merger.reset_repo_to_head(repo)
repo.git.clean('-x', '-f', '-d')
repo.heads['master'].checkout()
return r
def addPatchset(self, files=None, large=False):
self.latest_patchset += 1
if not files:
fn = '%s-%s' % (self.branch.replace('/', '_'), self.number)
data = ("test %s %s %s\n" %
(self.branch, self.number, self.latest_patchset))
files = {fn: data}
msg = self.subject + '-' + str(self.latest_patchset)
c = self.addFakeChangeToRepo(msg, files, large)
ps_files = [{'file': '/COMMIT_MSG',
'type': 'ADDED'},
{'file': 'README',
'type': 'MODIFIED'}]
for f in files.keys():
ps_files.append({'file': f, 'type': 'ADDED'})
d = {'approvals': [],
'createdOn': time.time(),
'files': ps_files,
'number': str(self.latest_patchset),
'ref': 'refs/changes/1/%s/%s' % (self.number,
self.latest_patchset),
'revision': c.hexsha,
'uploader': {'email': 'user@example.com',
'name': 'User name',
'username': 'user'}}
self.data['currentPatchSet'] = d
self.patchsets.append(d)
self.data['submitRecords'] = self.getSubmitRecords()
def getPatchsetCreatedEvent(self, patchset):
event = {"type": "patchset-created",
"change": {"project": self.project,
"branch": self.branch,
"id": "I5459869c07352a31bfb1e7a8cac379cabfcb25af",
"number": str(self.number),
"subject": self.subject,
"owner": {"name": "User Name"},
"url": "https://hostname/3"},
"patchSet": self.patchsets[patchset - 1],
"uploader": {"name": "User Name"}}
return event
def getChangeRestoredEvent(self):
event = {"type": "change-restored",
"change": {"project": self.project,
"branch": self.branch,
"id": "I5459869c07352a31bfb1e7a8cac379cabfcb25af",
"number": str(self.number),
"subject": self.subject,
"owner": {"name": "User Name"},
"url": "https://hostname/3"},
"restorer": {"name": "User Name"},
"patchSet": self.patchsets[-1],
"reason": ""}
return event
def getChangeAbandonedEvent(self):
event = {"type": "change-abandoned",
"change": {"project": self.project,
"branch": self.branch,
"id": "I5459869c07352a31bfb1e7a8cac379cabfcb25af",
"number": str(self.number),
"subject": self.subject,
"owner": {"name": "User Name"},
"url": "https://hostname/3"},
"abandoner": {"name": "User Name"},
"patchSet": self.patchsets[-1],
"reason": ""}
return event
def getChangeCommentEvent(self, patchset):
event = {"type": "comment-added",
"change": {"project": self.project,
"branch": self.branch,
"id": "I5459869c07352a31bfb1e7a8cac379cabfcb25af",
"number": str(self.number),
"subject": self.subject,
"owner": {"name": "User Name"},
"url": "https://hostname/3"},
"patchSet": self.patchsets[patchset - 1],
"author": {"name": "User Name"},
"approvals": [{"type": "code-review",
"description": "Code-Review",
"value": "0"}],
"comment": "This is a comment"}
return event
def getChangeMergedEvent(self):
event = {"submitter": {"name": "Jenkins",
"username": "jenkins"},
"newRev": "29ed3b5f8f750a225c5be70235230e3a6ccb04d9",
"patchSet": self.patchsets[-1],
"change": self.data,
"type": "change-merged",
"eventCreatedOn": 1487613810}
return event
def getRefUpdatedEvent(self):
path = os.path.join(self.upstream_root, self.project)
repo = git.Repo(path)
oldrev = repo.heads[self.branch].commit.hexsha
event = {
"type": "ref-updated",
"submitter": {
"name": "User Name",
},
"refUpdate": {
"oldRev": oldrev,
"newRev": self.patchsets[-1]['revision'],
"refName": self.branch,
"project": self.project,
}
}
return event
def addApproval(self, category, value, username='reviewer_john',
granted_on=None, message=''):
if not granted_on:
granted_on = time.time()
approval = {
'description': self.categories[category][0],
'type': category,
'value': str(value),
'by': {
'username': username,
'email': username + '@example.com',
},
'grantedOn': int(granted_on)
}
for i, x in enumerate(self.patchsets[-1]['approvals'][:]):
if x['by']['username'] == username and x['type'] == category:
del self.patchsets[-1]['approvals'][i]
self.patchsets[-1]['approvals'].append(approval)
event = {'approvals': [approval],
'author': {'email': 'author@example.com',
'name': 'Patchset Author',
'username': 'author_phil'},
'change': {'branch': self.branch,
'id': 'Iaa69c46accf97d0598111724a38250ae76a22c87',
'number': str(self.number),
'owner': {'email': 'owner@example.com',
'name': 'Change Owner',
'username': 'owner_jane'},
'project': self.project,
'subject': self.subject,
'topic': 'master',
'url': 'https://hostname/459'},
'comment': message,
'patchSet': self.patchsets[-1],
'type': 'comment-added'}
self.data['submitRecords'] = self.getSubmitRecords()
return json.loads(json.dumps(event))
def getSubmitRecords(self):
status = {}
for cat in self.categories.keys():
status[cat] = 0
for a in self.patchsets[-1]['approvals']:
cur = status[a['type']]
cat_min, cat_max = self.categories[a['type']][1:]
new = int(a['value'])
if new == cat_min:
cur = new
elif abs(new) > abs(cur):
cur = new
status[a['type']] = cur
labels = []
ok = True
for typ, cat in self.categories.items():
cur = status[typ]
cat_min, cat_max = cat[1:]
if cur == cat_min:
value = 'REJECT'
ok = False
elif cur == cat_max:
value = 'OK'
else:
value = 'NEED'
ok = False
labels.append({'label': cat[0], 'status': value})
if ok:
return [{'status': 'OK'}]
return [{'status': 'NOT_READY',
'labels': labels}]
def setDependsOn(self, other, patchset):
self.depends_on_change = other
d = {'id': other.data['id'],
'number': other.data['number'],
'ref': other.patchsets[patchset - 1]['ref']
}
self.data['dependsOn'] = [d]
other.needed_by_changes.append(self)
needed = other.data.get('neededBy', [])
d = {'id': self.data['id'],
'number': self.data['number'],
'ref': self.patchsets[-1]['ref'],
'revision': self.patchsets[-1]['revision']
}
needed.append(d)
other.data['neededBy'] = needed
def query(self):
self.queried += 1
d = self.data.get('dependsOn')
if d:
d = d[0]
if (self.depends_on_change.patchsets[-1]['ref'] == d['ref']):
d['isCurrentPatchSet'] = True
else:
d['isCurrentPatchSet'] = False
return json.loads(json.dumps(self.data))
def setMerged(self):
if (self.depends_on_change and
self.depends_on_change.data['status'] != 'MERGED'):
return
if self.fail_merge:
return
self.data['status'] = 'MERGED'
self.open = False
path = os.path.join(self.upstream_root, self.project)
repo = git.Repo(path)
repo.heads[self.branch].commit = \
repo.commit(self.patchsets[-1]['revision'])
def setReported(self):
self.reported += 1
class FakeGerritConnection(gerritconnection.GerritConnection):
"""A Fake Gerrit connection for use in tests.
This subclasses
:py:class:`~zuul.connection.gerrit.GerritConnection` to add the
ability for tests to add changes to the fake Gerrit it represents.
"""
log = logging.getLogger("zuul.test.FakeGerritConnection")
def __init__(self, driver, connection_name, connection_config,
changes_db=None, upstream_root=None):
super(FakeGerritConnection, self).__init__(driver, connection_name,
connection_config)
self.event_queue = queue.Queue()
self.fixture_dir = os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, 'gerrit')
self.change_number = 0
self.changes = changes_db
self.queries = []
self.upstream_root = upstream_root
def addFakeChange(self, project, branch, subject, status='NEW',
files=None):
"""Add a change to the fake Gerrit."""
self.change_number += 1
c = FakeGerritChange(self, self.change_number, project, branch,
subject, upstream_root=self.upstream_root,
status=status, files=files)
self.changes[self.change_number] = c
return c
def review(self, project, changeid, message, action):
number, ps = changeid.split(',')
change = self.changes[int(number)]
# Add the approval back onto the change (ie simulate what gerrit would
# do).
# Usually when zuul leaves a review it'll create a feedback loop where
# zuul's review enters another gerrit event (which is then picked up by
# zuul). However, we can't mimic this behaviour (by adding this
# approval event into the queue) as it stops jobs from checking what
# happens before this event is triggered. If a job needs to see what
# happens they can add their own verified event into the queue.
# Nevertheless, we can update change with the new review in gerrit.
for cat in action.keys():
if cat != 'submit':
change.addApproval(cat, action[cat], username=self.user)
change.messages.append(message)
if 'submit' in action:
change.setMerged()
if message:
change.setReported()
def query(self, number):
change = self.changes.get(int(number))
if change:
return change.query()
return {}
def simpleQuery(self, query):
self.log.debug("simpleQuery: %s" % query)
self.queries.append(query)
if query.startswith('change:'):
# Query a specific changeid
changeid = query[len('change:'):]
l = [change.query() for change in self.changes.values()
if change.data['id'] == changeid]
elif query.startswith('message:'):
# Query the content of a commit message
msg = query[len('message:'):].strip()
l = [change.query() for change in self.changes.values()
if msg in change.data['commitMessage']]
else:
# Query all open changes
l = [change.query() for change in self.changes.values()]
return l
def _start_watcher_thread(self, *args, **kw):
pass
def _uploadPack(self, project):
ret = ('00a31270149696713ba7e06f1beb760f20d359c4abed HEAD\x00'
'multi_ack thin-pack side-band side-band-64k ofs-delta '
'shallow no-progress include-tag multi_ack_detailed no-done\n')
path = os.path.join(self.upstream_root, project.name)
repo = git.Repo(path)
for ref in repo.refs:
r = ref.object.hexsha + ' ' + ref.path + '\n'
ret += '%04x%s' % (len(r) + 4, r)
ret += '0000'
return ret
def getGitUrl(self, project):
return os.path.join(self.upstream_root, project.name)
class GithubChangeReference(git.Reference):
_common_path_default = "refs/pull"
_points_to_commits_only = True
class FakeGithubPullRequest(object):
def __init__(self, github, number, project, branch,
subject, upstream_root, files=[], number_of_commits=1,
writers=[], body=None):
"""Creates a new PR with several commits.
Sends an event about opened PR."""
self.github = github
self.source = github
self.number = number
self.project = project
self.branch = branch
self.subject = subject
self.body = body
self.number_of_commits = 0
self.upstream_root = upstream_root
self.files = []
self.comments = []
self.labels = []
self.statuses = {}
self.reviews = []
self.writers = []
self.updated_at = None
self.head_sha = None
self.is_merged = False
self.merge_message = None
self.state = 'open'
self._createPRRef()
self._addCommitToRepo(files=files)
self._updateTimeStamp()
def addCommit(self, files=[]):
"""Adds a commit on top of the actual PR head."""
self._addCommitToRepo(files=files)
self._updateTimeStamp()
def forcePush(self, files=[]):
"""Clears actual commits and add a commit on top of the base."""
self._addCommitToRepo(files=files, reset=True)
self._updateTimeStamp()
def getPullRequestOpenedEvent(self):
return self._getPullRequestEvent('opened')
def getPullRequestSynchronizeEvent(self):
return self._getPullRequestEvent('synchronize')
def getPullRequestReopenedEvent(self):
return self._getPullRequestEvent('reopened')
def getPullRequestClosedEvent(self):
return self._getPullRequestEvent('closed')
def getPullRequestEditedEvent(self):
return self._getPullRequestEvent('edited')
def addComment(self, message):
self.comments.append(message)
self._updateTimeStamp()
def getCommentAddedEvent(self, text):
name = 'issue_comment'
data = {
'action': 'created',
'issue': {
'number': self.number
},
'comment': {
'body': text
},
'repository': {
'full_name': self.project
},
'sender': {
'login': 'ghuser'
}
}
return (name, data)
def getReviewAddedEvent(self, review):
name = 'pull_request_review'
data = {
'action': 'submitted',
'pull_request': {
'number': self.number,
'title': self.subject,
'updated_at': self.updated_at,
'base': {
'ref': self.branch,
'repo': {
'full_name': self.project
}
},
'head': {
'sha': self.head_sha
}
},
'review': {
'state': review
},
'repository': {
'full_name': self.project
},
'sender': {
'login': 'ghuser'
}
}
return (name, data)
def addLabel(self, name):
if name not in self.labels:
self.labels.append(name)
self._updateTimeStamp()
return self._getLabelEvent(name)
def removeLabel(self, name):
if name in self.labels:
self.labels.remove(name)
self._updateTimeStamp()
return self._getUnlabelEvent(name)
def _getLabelEvent(self, label):
name = 'pull_request'
data = {
'action': 'labeled',
'pull_request': {
'number': self.number,
'updated_at': self.updated_at,
'base': {
'ref': self.branch,
'repo': {
'full_name': self.project
}
},
'head': {
'sha': self.head_sha
}
},
'label': {
'name': label
},
'sender': {
'login': 'ghuser'
}
}
return (name, data)
def _getUnlabelEvent(self, label):
name = 'pull_request'
data = {
'action': 'unlabeled',
'pull_request': {
'number': self.number,
'title': self.subject,
'updated_at': self.updated_at,
'base': {
'ref': self.branch,
'repo': {
'full_name': self.project
}
},
'head': {
'sha': self.head_sha,
'repo': {
'full_name': self.project
}
}
},
'label': {
'name': label
},
'sender': {
'login': 'ghuser'
}
}
return (name, data)
def editBody(self, body):
self.body = body
self._updateTimeStamp()
def _getRepo(self):
repo_path = os.path.join(self.upstream_root, self.project)
return git.Repo(repo_path)
def _createPRRef(self):
repo = self._getRepo()
GithubChangeReference.create(
repo, self._getPRReference(), 'refs/tags/init')
def _addCommitToRepo(self, files=[], reset=False):
repo = self._getRepo()
ref = repo.references[self._getPRReference()]
if reset:
self.number_of_commits = 0
ref.set_object('refs/tags/init')
self.number_of_commits += 1
repo.head.reference = ref
zuul.merger.merger.reset_repo_to_head(repo)
repo.git.clean('-x', '-f', '-d')
if files:
fn = files[0]
self.files = files
else:
fn = '%s-%s' % (self.branch.replace('/', '_'), self.number)
self.files = [fn]
msg = self.subject + '-' + str(self.number_of_commits)
fn = os.path.join(repo.working_dir, fn)
f = open(fn, 'w')
with open(fn, 'w') as f:
f.write("test %s %s\n" %
(self.branch, self.number))
repo.index.add([fn])
self.head_sha = repo.index.commit(msg).hexsha
# Create an empty set of statuses for the given sha,
# each sha on a PR may have a status set on it
self.statuses[self.head_sha] = []
repo.head.reference = 'master'
zuul.merger.merger.reset_repo_to_head(repo)
repo.git.clean('-x', '-f', '-d')
repo.heads['master'].checkout()
def _updateTimeStamp(self):
self.updated_at = time.strftime('%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ', time.localtime())
def getPRHeadSha(self):
repo = self._getRepo()
return repo.references[self._getPRReference()].commit.hexsha
def addReview(self, user, state, granted_on=None):
gh_time_format = '%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ'
# convert the timestamp to a str format that would be returned
# from github as 'submitted_at' in the API response
if granted_on:
granted_on = datetime.datetime.utcfromtimestamp(granted_on)
submitted_at = time.strftime(
gh_time_format, granted_on.timetuple())
else:
# github timestamps only down to the second, so we need to make
# sure reviews that tests add appear to be added over a period of
# time in the past and not all at once.
if not self.reviews:
# the first review happens 10 mins ago
offset = 600
else:
# subsequent reviews happen 1 minute closer to now
offset = 600 - (len(self.reviews) * 60)
granted_on = datetime.datetime.utcfromtimestamp(
time.time() - offset)
submitted_at = time.strftime(
gh_time_format, granted_on.timetuple())
self.reviews.append({
'state': state,
'user': {
'login': user,
'email': user + "@derp.com",
},
'submitted_at': submitted_at,
})
def _getPRReference(self):
return '%s/head' % self.number
def _getPullRequestEvent(self, action):
name = 'pull_request'
data = {
'action': action,
'number': self.number,
'pull_request': {
'number': self.number,
'title': self.subject,
'updated_at': self.updated_at,
'base': {
'ref': self.branch,
'repo': {
'full_name': self.project
}
},
'head': {
'sha': self.head_sha,
'repo': {
'full_name': self.project
}
},
'body': self.body
},
'sender': {
'login': 'ghuser'
}
}
return (name, data)
def getCommitStatusEvent(self, context, state='success', user='zuul'):
name = 'status'
data = {
'state': state,
'sha': self.head_sha,
'description': 'Test results for %s: %s' % (self.head_sha, state),
'target_url': 'http://zuul/%s' % self.head_sha,
'branches': [],
'context': context,
'sender': {
'login': user
}
}
return (name, data)
class FakeGithubConnection(githubconnection.GithubConnection):
log = logging.getLogger("zuul.test.FakeGithubConnection")
def __init__(self, driver, connection_name, connection_config,
upstream_root=None):
super(FakeGithubConnection, self).__init__(driver, connection_name,
connection_config)
self.connection_name = connection_name
self.pr_number = 0
self.pull_requests = []
self.statuses = {}
self.upstream_root = upstream_root
self.merge_failure = False
self.merge_not_allowed_count = 0
self.reports = []
def openFakePullRequest(self, project, branch, subject, files=[],
body=None):
self.pr_number += 1
pull_request = FakeGithubPullRequest(
self, self.pr_number, project, branch, subject, self.upstream_root,
files=files, body=body)
self.pull_requests.append(pull_request)
return pull_request
def getPushEvent(self, project, ref, old_rev=None, new_rev=None,
added_files=[], removed_files=[], modified_files=[]):
if not old_rev:
old_rev = '00000000000000000000000000000000'
if not new_rev:
new_rev = random_sha1()
name = 'push'
data = {
'ref': ref,
'before': old_rev,
'after': new_rev,
'repository': {
'full_name': project
},
'commits': [
{
'added': added_files,
'removed': removed_files,
'modified': modified_files
}
]
}
return (name, data)
def emitEvent(self, event):
"""Emulates sending the GitHub webhook event to the connection."""
port = self.webapp.server.socket.getsockname()[1]
name, data = event
payload = json.dumps(data).encode('utf8')
headers = {'X-Github-Event': name}
req = urllib.request.Request(
'http://localhost:%s/connection/%s/payload'
% (port, self.connection_name),
data=payload, headers=headers)
return urllib.request.urlopen(req)
def getPull(self, project, number):
pr = self.pull_requests[number - 1]
data = {
'number': number,
'title': pr.subject,
'updated_at': pr.updated_at,
'base': {
'repo': {
'full_name': pr.project
},
'ref': pr.branch,
},
'mergeable': True,
'state': pr.state,
'head': {
'sha': pr.head_sha,
'repo': {
'full_name': pr.project
}
},
'files': pr.files,
'labels': pr.labels,
'merged': pr.is_merged,
'body': pr.body
}
return data
def getPullBySha(self, sha):
prs = list(set([p for p in self.pull_requests if sha == p.head_sha]))
if len(prs) > 1:
raise Exception('Multiple pulls found with head sha: %s' % sha)
pr = prs[0]
return self.getPull(pr.project, pr.number)
def _getPullReviews(self, owner, project, number):
pr = self.pull_requests[number - 1]
return pr.reviews
def getUser(self, login):
data = {
'username': login,
'name': 'Github User',
'email': 'github.user@example.com'
}
return data
def getRepoPermission(self, project, login):
owner, proj = project.split('/')
for pr in self.pull_requests:
pr_owner, pr_project = pr.project.split('/')
if (pr_owner == owner and proj == pr_project):
if login in pr.writers:
return 'write'
else:
return 'read'
def getGitUrl(self, project):
return os.path.join(self.upstream_root, str(project))
def real_getGitUrl(self, project):
return super(FakeGithubConnection, self).getGitUrl(project)
def getProjectBranches(self, project):
"""Masks getProjectBranches since we don't have a real github"""
# just returns master for now
return ['master']
def commentPull(self, project, pr_number, message):
# record that this got reported
self.reports.append((project, pr_number, 'comment'))
pull_request = self.pull_requests[pr_number - 1]
pull_request.addComment(message)
def mergePull(self, project, pr_number, commit_message='', sha=None):
# record that this got reported
self.reports.append((project, pr_number, 'merge'))
pull_request = self.pull_requests[pr_number - 1]
if self.merge_failure:
raise Exception('Pull request was not merged')
if self.merge_not_allowed_count > 0:
self.merge_not_allowed_count -= 1
raise MergeFailure('Merge was not successful due to mergeability'
' conflict')
pull_request.is_merged = True
pull_request.merge_message = commit_message
def getCommitStatuses(self, project, sha):
return self.statuses.get(project, {}).get(sha, [])
def setCommitStatus(self, project, sha, state, url='', description='',
context='default', user='zuul'):
# record that this got reported
self.reports.append((project, sha, 'status', (user, context, state)))
# always insert a status to the front of the list, to represent
# the last status provided for a commit.
# Since we're bypassing github API, which would require a user, we
# default the user as 'zuul' here.
self.statuses.setdefault(project, {}).setdefault(sha, [])
self.statuses[project][sha].insert(0, {
'state': state,
'url': url,
'description': description,
'context': context,
'creator': {
'login': user
}
})
def labelPull(self, project, pr_number, label):
# record that this got reported
self.reports.append((project, pr_number, 'label', label))
pull_request = self.pull_requests[pr_number - 1]
pull_request.addLabel(label)
def unlabelPull(self, project, pr_number, label):
# record that this got reported
self.reports.append((project, pr_number, 'unlabel', label))
pull_request = self.pull_requests[pr_number - 1]
pull_request.removeLabel(label)
def _getNeededByFromPR(self, change):
prs = []
pattern = re.compile(r"Depends-On.*https://%s/%s/pull/%s" %
(self.server, change.project.name,
change.number))
for pr in self.pull_requests:
if not pr.body:
body = ''
else:
body = pr.body
if pattern.search(body):
# Get our version of a pull so that it's a dict
pull = self.getPull(pr.project, pr.number)
prs.append(pull)
return prs
class BuildHistory(object):
def __init__(self, **kw):
self.__dict__.update(kw)
def __repr__(self):
return ("<Completed build, result: %s name: %s uuid: %s "
"changes: %s ref: %s>" %
(self.result, self.name, self.uuid,
self.changes, self.ref))
class FakeStatsd(threading.Thread):
def __init__(self):
threading.Thread.__init__(self)
self.daemon = True
self.sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_DGRAM)
self.sock.bind(('', 0))
self.port = self.sock.getsockname()[1]
self.wake_read, self.wake_write = os.pipe()
self.stats = []
def run(self):
while True:
poll = select.poll()
poll.register(self.sock, select.POLLIN)
poll.register(self.wake_read, select.POLLIN)
ret = poll.poll()
for (fd, event) in ret:
if fd == self.sock.fileno():
data = self.sock.recvfrom(1024)
if not data:
return
self.stats.append(data[0])
if fd == self.wake_read:
return
def stop(self):
os.write(self.wake_write, b'1\n')
class FakeBuild(object):
log = logging.getLogger("zuul.test")
def __init__(self, executor_server, job):
self.daemon = True
self.executor_server = executor_server
self.job = job
self.jobdir = None
self.uuid = job.unique
self.parameters = json.loads(job.arguments)
# TODOv3(jeblair): self.node is really "the label of the node
# assigned". We should rename it (self.node_label?) if we
# keep using it like this, or we may end up exposing more of
# the complexity around multi-node jobs here
# (self.nodes[0].label?)
self.node = None
if len(self.parameters.get('nodes')) == 1:
self.node = self.parameters['nodes'][0]['label']
self.unique = self.parameters['ZUUL_UUID']
self.pipeline = self.parameters['ZUUL_PIPELINE']
self.project = self.parameters['ZUUL_PROJECT']
self.name = self.parameters['job']
self.wait_condition = threading.Condition()
self.waiting = False
self.aborted = False
self.requeue = False
self.created = time.time()
self.changes = None
if 'ZUUL_CHANGE_IDS' in self.parameters:
self.changes = self.parameters['ZUUL_CHANGE_IDS']
def __repr__(self):
waiting = ''
if self.waiting:
waiting = ' [waiting]'
return '<FakeBuild %s:%s %s%s>' % (self.pipeline, self.name,
self.changes, waiting)
def release(self):
"""Release this build."""
self.wait_condition.acquire()
self.wait_condition.notify()
self.waiting = False
self.log.debug("Build %s released" % self.unique)
self.wait_condition.release()
def isWaiting(self):
"""Return whether this build is being held.
:returns: Whether the build is being held.
:rtype: bool
"""
self.wait_condition.acquire()
if self.waiting:
ret = True
else:
ret = False
self.wait_condition.release()
return ret
def _wait(self):
self.wait_condition.acquire()
self.waiting = True
self.log.debug("Build %s waiting" % self.unique)
self.wait_condition.wait()
self.wait_condition.release()
def run(self):
self.log.debug('Running build %s' % self.unique)
if self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build:
self.log.debug('Holding build %s' % self.unique)
self._wait()
self.log.debug("Build %s continuing" % self.unique)
result = (RecordingAnsibleJob.RESULT_NORMAL, 0) # Success
if self.shouldFail():
result = (RecordingAnsibleJob.RESULT_NORMAL, 1) # Failure
if self.aborted:
result = (RecordingAnsibleJob.RESULT_ABORTED, None)
if self.requeue:
result = (RecordingAnsibleJob.RESULT_UNREACHABLE, None)
return result
def shouldFail(self):
changes = self.executor_server.fail_tests.get(self.name, [])
for change in changes:
if self.hasChanges(change):
return True
return False
def hasChanges(self, *changes):
"""Return whether this build has certain changes in its git repos.
:arg FakeChange changes: One or more changes (varargs) that
are expected to be present (in order) in the git repository of
the active project.
:returns: Whether the build has the indicated changes.
:rtype: bool
"""
for change in changes:
hostname = change.source.canonical_hostname
path = os.path.join(self.jobdir.src_root, hostname, change.project)
try:
repo = git.Repo(path)
except NoSuchPathError as e:
self.log.debug('%s' % e)
return False
repo_messages = [c.message.strip() for c in repo.iter_commits()]
commit_message = '%s-1' % change.subject
self.log.debug("Checking if build %s has changes; commit_message "
"%s; repo_messages %s" % (self, commit_message,
repo_messages))
if commit_message not in repo_messages:
self.log.debug(" messages do not match")
return False
self.log.debug(" OK")
return True
def getWorkspaceRepos(self, projects):
"""Return workspace git repo objects for the listed projects
:arg list projects: A list of strings, each the canonical name
of a project.
:returns: A dictionary of {name: repo} for every listed
project.
:rtype: dict
"""
repos = {}
for project in projects:
path = os.path.join(self.jobdir.src_root, project)
repo = git.Repo(path)
repos[project] = repo
return repos
class RecordingExecutorServer(zuul.executor.server.ExecutorServer):
"""An Ansible executor to be used in tests.
:ivar bool hold_jobs_in_build: If true, when jobs are executed
they will report that they have started but then pause until
released before reporting completion. This attribute may be
changed at any time and will take effect for subsequently
executed builds, but previously held builds will still need to
be explicitly released.
"""
def __init__(self, *args, **kw):
self._run_ansible = kw.pop('_run_ansible', False)
self._test_root = kw.pop('_test_root', False)
super(RecordingExecutorServer, self).__init__(*args, **kw)
self.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.lock = threading.Lock()
self.running_builds = []
self.build_history = []
self.fail_tests = {}
self.job_builds = {}
def failJob(self, name, change):
"""Instruct the executor to report matching builds as failures.
:arg str name: The name of the job to fail.
:arg Change change: The :py:class:`~tests.base.FakeChange`
instance which should cause the job to fail. This job
will also fail for changes depending on this change.
"""
l = self.fail_tests.get(name, [])
l.append(change)
self.fail_tests[name] = l
def release(self, regex=None):
"""Release a held build.
:arg str regex: A regular expression which, if supplied, will
cause only builds with matching names to be released. If
not supplied, all builds will be released.
"""
builds = self.running_builds[:]
self.log.debug("Releasing build %s (%s)" % (regex,
len(self.running_builds)))
for build in builds:
if not regex or re.match(regex, build.name):
self.log.debug("Releasing build %s" %
(build.parameters['ZUUL_UUID']))
build.release()
else:
self.log.debug("Not releasing build %s" %
(build.parameters['ZUUL_UUID']))
self.log.debug("Done releasing builds %s (%s)" %
(regex, len(self.running_builds)))
def executeJob(self, job):
build = FakeBuild(self, job)
job.build = build
self.running_builds.append(build)
self.job_builds[job.unique] = build
args = json.loads(job.arguments)
args['zuul']['_test'] = dict(test_root=self._test_root)
job.arguments = json.dumps(args)
self.job_workers[job.unique] = RecordingAnsibleJob(self, job)
self.job_workers[job.unique].run()
def stopJob(self, job):
self.log.debug("handle stop")
parameters = json.loads(job.arguments)
uuid = parameters['uuid']
for build in self.running_builds:
if build.unique == uuid:
build.aborted = True
build.release()
super(RecordingExecutorServer, self).stopJob(job)
def stop(self):
for build in self.running_builds:
build.release()
super(RecordingExecutorServer, self).stop()
class RecordingAnsibleJob(zuul.executor.server.AnsibleJob):
def doMergeChanges(self, merger, items, repo_state):
# Get a merger in order to update the repos involved in this job.
commit = super(RecordingAnsibleJob, self).doMergeChanges(
merger, items, repo_state)
if not commit: # merge conflict
self.recordResult('MERGER_FAILURE')
return commit
def recordResult(self, result):
build = self.executor_server.job_builds[self.job.unique]
self.executor_server.lock.acquire()
self.executor_server.build_history.append(
BuildHistory(name=build.name, result=result, changes=build.changes,
node=build.node, uuid=build.unique,
ref=build.parameters['zuul']['ref'],
parameters=build.parameters, jobdir=build.jobdir,
pipeline=build.parameters['ZUUL_PIPELINE'])
)
self.executor_server.running_builds.remove(build)
del self.executor_server.job_builds[self.job.unique]
self.executor_server.lock.release()
def runPlaybooks(self, args):
build = self.executor_server.job_builds[self.job.unique]
build.jobdir = self.jobdir
result = super(RecordingAnsibleJob, self).runPlaybooks(args)
self.recordResult(result)
return result
def runAnsible(self, cmd, timeout, config_file, trusted):
build = self.executor_server.job_builds[self.job.unique]
if self.executor_server._run_ansible:
result = super(RecordingAnsibleJob, self).runAnsible(
cmd, timeout, config_file, trusted)
else:
result = build.run()
return result
def getHostList(self, args):
self.log.debug("hostlist")
hosts = super(RecordingAnsibleJob, self).getHostList(args)
for host in hosts:
host['host_vars']['ansible_connection'] = 'local'
hosts.append(dict(
name='localhost',
host_vars=dict(ansible_connection='local'),
host_keys=[]))
return hosts
class FakeGearmanServer(gear.Server):
"""A Gearman server for use in tests.
:ivar bool hold_jobs_in_queue: If true, submitted jobs will be
added to the queue but will not be distributed to workers
until released. This attribute may be changed at any time and
will take effect for subsequently enqueued jobs, but
previously held jobs will still need to be explicitly
released.
"""
def __init__(self, use_ssl=False):
self.hold_jobs_in_queue = False
if use_ssl:
ssl_ca = os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, 'gearman/root-ca.pem')
ssl_cert = os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, 'gearman/server.pem')
ssl_key = os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, 'gearman/server.key')
else:
ssl_ca = None
ssl_cert = None
ssl_key = None
super(FakeGearmanServer, self).__init__(0, ssl_key=ssl_key,
ssl_cert=ssl_cert,
ssl_ca=ssl_ca)
def getJobForConnection(self, connection, peek=False):
for job_queue in [self.high_queue, self.normal_queue, self.low_queue]:
for job in job_queue:
if not hasattr(job, 'waiting'):
if job.name.startswith(b'executor:execute'):
job.waiting = self.hold_jobs_in_queue
else:
job.waiting = False
if job.waiting:
continue
if job.name in connection.functions:
if not peek:
job_queue.remove(job)
connection.related_jobs[job.handle] = job
job.worker_connection = connection
job.running = True
return job
return None
def release(self, regex=None):
"""Release a held job.
:arg str regex: A regular expression which, if supplied, will
cause only jobs with matching names to be released. If
not supplied, all jobs will be released.
"""
released = False
qlen = (len(self.high_queue) + len(self.normal_queue) +
len(self.low_queue))
self.log.debug("releasing queued job %s (%s)" % (regex, qlen))
for job in self.getQueue():
if job.name != b'executor:execute':
continue
parameters = json.loads(job.arguments.decode('utf8'))
if not regex or re.match(regex, parameters.get('job')):
self.log.debug("releasing queued job %s" %
job.unique)
job.waiting = False
released = True
else:
self.log.debug("not releasing queued job %s" %
job.unique)
if released:
self.wakeConnections()
qlen = (len(self.high_queue) + len(self.normal_queue) +
len(self.low_queue))
self.log.debug("done releasing queued jobs %s (%s)" % (regex, qlen))
class FakeSMTP(object):
log = logging.getLogger('zuul.FakeSMTP')
def __init__(self, messages, server, port):
self.server = server
self.port = port
self.messages = messages
def sendmail(self, from_email, to_email, msg):
self.log.info("Sending email from %s, to %s, with msg %s" % (
from_email, to_email, msg))
headers = msg.split('\n\n', 1)[0]
body = msg.split('\n\n', 1)[1]
self.messages.append(dict(
from_email=from_email,
to_email=to_email,
msg=msg,
headers=headers,
body=body,
))
return True
def quit(self):
return True
class FakeNodepool(object):
REQUEST_ROOT = '/nodepool/requests'
NODE_ROOT = '/nodepool/nodes'
log = logging.getLogger("zuul.test.FakeNodepool")
def __init__(self, host, port, chroot):
self.client = kazoo.client.KazooClient(
hosts='%s:%s%s' % (host, port, chroot))
self.client.start()
self._running = True
self.paused = False
self.thread = threading.Thread(target=self.run)
self.thread.daemon = True
self.thread.start()
self.fail_requests = set()
def stop(self):
self._running = False
self.thread.join()
self.client.stop()
self.client.close()
def run(self):
while self._running:
try:
self._run()
except Exception:
self.log.exception("Error in fake nodepool:")
time.sleep(0.1)
def _run(self):
if self.paused:
return
for req in self.getNodeRequests():
self.fulfillRequest(req)
def getNodeRequests(self):
try:
reqids = self.client.get_children(self.REQUEST_ROOT)
except kazoo.exceptions.NoNodeError:
return []
reqs = []
for oid in sorted(reqids):
path = self.REQUEST_ROOT + '/' + oid
try:
data, stat = self.client.get(path)
data = json.loads(data.decode('utf8'))
data['_oid'] = oid
reqs.append(data)
except kazoo.exceptions.NoNodeError:
pass
return reqs
def getNodes(self):
try:
nodeids = self.client.get_children(self.NODE_ROOT)
except kazoo.exceptions.NoNodeError:
return []
nodes = []
for oid in sorted(nodeids):
path = self.NODE_ROOT + '/' + oid
data, stat = self.client.get(path)
data = json.loads(data.decode('utf8'))
data['_oid'] = oid
try:
lockfiles = self.client.get_children(path + '/lock')
except kazoo.exceptions.NoNodeError:
lockfiles = []
if lockfiles:
data['_lock'] = True
else:
data['_lock'] = False
nodes.append(data)
return nodes
def makeNode(self, request_id, node_type):
now = time.time()
path = '/nodepool/nodes/'
data = dict(type=node_type,
provider='test-provider',
region='test-region',
az='test-az',
interface_ip='127.0.0.1',
public_ipv4='127.0.0.1',
private_ipv4=None,
public_ipv6=None,
allocated_to=request_id,
state='ready',
state_time=now,
created_time=now,
updated_time=now,
image_id=None,
host_keys=["fake-key1", "fake-key2"],
executor='fake-nodepool')
data = json.dumps(data).encode('utf8')
path = self.client.create(path, data,
makepath=True,
sequence=True)
nodeid = path.split("/")[-1]
return nodeid
def addFailRequest(self, request):
self.fail_requests.add(request['_oid'])
def fulfillRequest(self, request):
if request['state'] != 'requested':
return
request = request.copy()
oid = request['_oid']
del request['_oid']
if oid in self.fail_requests:
request['state'] = 'failed'
else:
request['state'] = 'fulfilled'
nodes = []
for node in request['node_types']:
nodeid = self.makeNode(oid, node)
nodes.append(nodeid)
request['nodes'] = nodes
request['state_time'] = time.time()
path = self.REQUEST_ROOT + '/' + oid
data = json.dumps(request).encode('utf8')
self.log.debug("Fulfilling node request: %s %s" % (oid, data))
try:
self.client.set(path, data)
except kazoo.exceptions.NoNodeError:
self.log.debug("Node request %s %s disappeared" % (oid, data))
class ChrootedKazooFixture(fixtures.Fixture):
def __init__(self, test_id):
super(ChrootedKazooFixture, self).__init__()
zk_host = os.environ.get('NODEPOOL_ZK_HOST', 'localhost')
if ':' in zk_host:
host, port = zk_host.split(':')
else:
host = zk_host
port = None
self.zookeeper_host = host
if not port:
self.zookeeper_port = 2181
else:
self.zookeeper_port = int(port)
self.test_id = test_id
def _setUp(self):
# Make sure the test chroot paths do not conflict
random_bits = ''.join(random.choice(string.ascii_lowercase +
string.ascii_uppercase)
for x in range(8))
rand_test_path = '%s_%s_%s' % (random_bits, os.getpid(), self.test_id)
self.zookeeper_chroot = "/nodepool_test/%s" % rand_test_path
self.addCleanup(self._cleanup)
# Ensure the chroot path exists and clean up any pre-existing znodes.
_tmp_client = kazoo.client.KazooClient(
hosts='%s:%s' % (self.zookeeper_host, self.zookeeper_port))
_tmp_client.start()
if _tmp_client.exists(self.zookeeper_chroot):
_tmp_client.delete(self.zookeeper_chroot, recursive=True)
_tmp_client.ensure_path(self.zookeeper_chroot)
_tmp_client.stop()
_tmp_client.close()
def _cleanup(self):
'''Remove the chroot path.'''
# Need a non-chroot'ed client to remove the chroot path
_tmp_client = kazoo.client.KazooClient(
hosts='%s:%s' % (self.zookeeper_host, self.zookeeper_port))
_tmp_client.start()
_tmp_client.delete(self.zookeeper_chroot, recursive=True)
_tmp_client.stop()
_tmp_client.close()
class MySQLSchemaFixture(fixtures.Fixture):
def setUp(self):
super(MySQLSchemaFixture, self).setUp()
random_bits = ''.join(random.choice(string.ascii_lowercase +
string.ascii_uppercase)
for x in range(8))
self.name = '%s_%s' % (random_bits, os.getpid())
self.passwd = uuid.uuid4().hex
db = pymysql.connect(host="localhost",
user="openstack_citest",
passwd="openstack_citest",
db="openstack_citest")
cur = db.cursor()
cur.execute("create database %s" % self.name)
cur.execute(
"grant all on %s.* to '%s'@'localhost' identified by '%s'" %
(self.name, self.name, self.passwd))
cur.execute("flush privileges")
self.dburi = 'mysql+pymysql://%s:%s@localhost/%s' % (self.name,
self.passwd,
self.name)
self.addDetail('dburi', testtools.content.text_content(self.dburi))
self.addCleanup(self.cleanup)
def cleanup(self):
db = pymysql.connect(host="localhost",
user="openstack_citest",
passwd="openstack_citest",
db="openstack_citest")
cur = db.cursor()
cur.execute("drop database %s" % self.name)
cur.execute("drop user '%s'@'localhost'" % self.name)
cur.execute("flush privileges")
class BaseTestCase(testtools.TestCase):
log = logging.getLogger("zuul.test")
wait_timeout = 30
def attachLogs(self, *args):
def reader():
self._log_stream.seek(0)
while True:
x = self._log_stream.read(4096)
if not x:
break
yield x.encode('utf8')
content = testtools.content.content_from_reader(
reader,
testtools.content_type.UTF8_TEXT,
False)
self.addDetail('logging', content)
def setUp(self):
super(BaseTestCase, self).setUp()
test_timeout = os.environ.get('OS_TEST_TIMEOUT', 0)
try:
test_timeout = int(test_timeout)
except ValueError:
# If timeout value is invalid do not set a timeout.
test_timeout = 0
if test_timeout > 0:
self.useFixture(fixtures.Timeout(test_timeout, gentle=False))
if (os.environ.get('OS_STDOUT_CAPTURE') == 'True' or
os.environ.get('OS_STDOUT_CAPTURE') == '1'):
stdout = self.useFixture(fixtures.StringStream('stdout')).stream
self.useFixture(fixtures.MonkeyPatch('sys.stdout', stdout))
if (os.environ.get('OS_STDERR_CAPTURE') == 'True' or
os.environ.get('OS_STDERR_CAPTURE') == '1'):
stderr = self.useFixture(fixtures.StringStream('stderr')).stream
self.useFixture(fixtures.MonkeyPatch('sys.stderr', stderr))
if (os.environ.get('OS_LOG_CAPTURE') == 'True' or
os.environ.get('OS_LOG_CAPTURE') == '1'):
self._log_stream = StringIO()
self.addOnException(self.attachLogs)
else:
self._log_stream = sys.stdout
# NOTE(jeblair): this is temporary extra debugging to try to
# track down a possible leak.
orig_git_repo_init = git.Repo.__init__
def git_repo_init(myself, *args, **kw):
orig_git_repo_init(myself, *args, **kw)
self.log.debug("Created git repo 0x%x %s" %
(id(myself), repr(myself)))
self.useFixture(fixtures.MonkeyPatch('git.Repo.__init__',
git_repo_init))
handler = logging.StreamHandler(self._log_stream)
formatter = logging.Formatter('%(asctime)s %(name)-32s '
'%(levelname)-8s %(message)s')
handler.setFormatter(formatter)
logger = logging.getLogger()
logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)
logger.addHandler(handler)
# Make sure we don't carry old handlers around in process state
# which slows down test runs
self.addCleanup(logger.removeHandler, handler)
self.addCleanup(handler.close)
self.addCleanup(handler.flush)
# NOTE(notmorgan): Extract logging overrides for specific
# libraries from the OS_LOG_DEFAULTS env and create loggers
# for each. This is used to limit the output during test runs
# from libraries that zuul depends on such as gear.
log_defaults_from_env = os.environ.get(
'OS_LOG_DEFAULTS',
'git.cmd=INFO,kazoo.client=WARNING,gear=INFO,paste=INFO')
if log_defaults_from_env:
for default in log_defaults_from_env.split(','):
try:
name, level_str = default.split('=', 1)
level = getattr(logging, level_str, logging.DEBUG)
logger = logging.getLogger(name)
logger.setLevel(level)
logger.addHandler(handler)
logger.propagate = False
except ValueError:
# NOTE(notmorgan): Invalid format of the log default,
# skip and don't try and apply a logger for the
# specified module
pass
class ZuulTestCase(BaseTestCase):
"""A test case with a functioning Zuul.
The following class variables are used during test setup and can
be overidden by subclasses but are effectively read-only once a
test method starts running:
:cvar str config_file: This points to the main zuul config file
within the fixtures directory. Subclasses may override this
to obtain a different behavior.
:cvar str tenant_config_file: This is the tenant config file
(which specifies from what git repos the configuration should
be loaded). It defaults to the value specified in
`config_file` but can be overidden by subclasses to obtain a
different tenant/project layout while using the standard main
configuration. See also the :py:func:`simple_layout`
decorator.
:cvar bool create_project_keys: Indicates whether Zuul should
auto-generate keys for each project, or whether the test
infrastructure should insert dummy keys to save time during
startup. Defaults to False.
The following are instance variables that are useful within test
methods:
:ivar FakeGerritConnection fake_<connection>:
A :py:class:`~tests.base.FakeGerritConnection` will be
instantiated for each connection present in the config file
and stored here. For instance, `fake_gerrit` will hold the
FakeGerritConnection object for a connection named `gerrit`.
:ivar FakeGearmanServer gearman_server: An instance of
:py:class:`~tests.base.FakeGearmanServer` which is the Gearman
server that all of the Zuul components in this test use to
communicate with each other.
:ivar RecordingExecutorServer executor_server: An instance of
:py:class:`~tests.base.RecordingExecutorServer` which is the
Ansible execute server used to run jobs for this test.
:ivar list builds: A list of :py:class:`~tests.base.FakeBuild` objects
representing currently running builds. They are appended to
the list in the order they are executed, and removed from this
list upon completion.
:ivar list history: A list of :py:class:`~tests.base.BuildHistory`
objects representing completed builds. They are appended to
the list in the order they complete.
"""
config_file = 'zuul.conf'
run_ansible = False
create_project_keys = False
use_ssl = False
def _startMerger(self):
self.merge_server = zuul.merger.server.MergeServer(self.config,
self.connections)
self.merge_server.start()
def setUp(self):
super(ZuulTestCase, self).setUp()
self.setupZK()
if not KEEP_TEMPDIRS:
tmp_root = self.useFixture(fixtures.TempDir(
rootdir=os.environ.get("ZUUL_TEST_ROOT"))
).path
else:
tmp_root = tempfile.mkdtemp(
dir=os.environ.get("ZUUL_TEST_ROOT", None))
self.test_root = os.path.join(tmp_root, "zuul-test")
self.upstream_root = os.path.join(self.test_root, "upstream")
self.merger_src_root = os.path.join(self.test_root, "merger-git")
self.executor_src_root = os.path.join(self.test_root, "executor-git")
self.state_root = os.path.join(self.test_root, "lib")
self.merger_state_root = os.path.join(self.test_root, "merger-lib")
self.executor_state_root = os.path.join(self.test_root, "executor-lib")
if os.path.exists(self.test_root):
shutil.rmtree(self.test_root)
os.makedirs(self.test_root)
os.makedirs(self.upstream_root)
os.makedirs(self.state_root)
os.makedirs(self.merger_state_root)
os.makedirs(self.executor_state_root)
# Make per test copy of Configuration.
self.setup_config()
self.private_key_file = os.path.join(self.test_root, 'test_id_rsa')
if not os.path.exists(self.private_key_file):
src_private_key_file = os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, 'test_id_rsa')
shutil.copy(src_private_key_file, self.private_key_file)
shutil.copy('{}.pub'.format(src_private_key_file),
'{}.pub'.format(self.private_key_file))
os.chmod(self.private_key_file, 0o0600)
self.config.set('scheduler', 'tenant_config',
os.path.join(
FIXTURE_DIR,
self.config.get('scheduler', 'tenant_config')))
self.config.set('scheduler', 'state_dir', self.state_root)
self.config.set('merger', 'git_dir', self.merger_src_root)
self.config.set('merger', 'state_dir', self.merger_state_root)
self.config.set('executor', 'git_dir', self.executor_src_root)
self.config.set('executor', 'private_key_file', self.private_key_file)
self.config.set('executor', 'state_dir', self.executor_state_root)
self.statsd = FakeStatsd()
# note, use 127.0.0.1 rather than localhost to avoid getting ipv6
# see: https://github.com/jsocol/pystatsd/issues/61
os.environ['STATSD_HOST'] = '127.0.0.1'
os.environ['STATSD_PORT'] = str(self.statsd.port)
self.statsd.start()
# the statsd client object is configured in the statsd module import
importlib.reload(statsd)
importlib.reload(zuul.scheduler)
self.gearman_server = FakeGearmanServer(self.use_ssl)
self.config.set('gearman', 'port', str(self.gearman_server.port))
self.log.info("Gearman server on port %s" %
(self.gearman_server.port,))
if self.use_ssl:
self.log.info('SSL enabled for gearman')
self.config.set(
'gearman', 'ssl_ca',
os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, 'gearman/root-ca.pem'))
self.config.set(
'gearman', 'ssl_cert',
os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, 'gearman/client.pem'))
self.config.set(
'gearman', 'ssl_key',
os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, 'gearman/client.key'))
gerritsource.GerritSource.replication_timeout = 1.5
gerritsource.GerritSource.replication_retry_interval = 0.5
gerritconnection.GerritEventConnector.delay = 0.0
self.sched = zuul.scheduler.Scheduler(self.config)
self.webapp = zuul.webapp.WebApp(
self.sched, port=0, listen_address='127.0.0.1')
self.event_queues = [
self.sched.result_event_queue,
self.sched.trigger_event_queue,
self.sched.management_event_queue
]
self.configure_connections()
self.sched.registerConnections(self.connections, self.webapp)
self.executor_server = RecordingExecutorServer(
self.config, self.connections,
jobdir_root=self.test_root,
_run_ansible=self.run_ansible,
_test_root=self.test_root,
keep_jobdir=KEEP_TEMPDIRS)
self.executor_server.start()
self.history = self.executor_server.build_history
self.builds = self.executor_server.running_builds
self.executor_client = zuul.executor.client.ExecutorClient(
self.config, self.sched)
self.merge_client = zuul.merger.client.MergeClient(
self.config, self.sched)
self.nodepool = zuul.nodepool.Nodepool(self.sched)
self.zk = zuul.zk.ZooKeeper()
self.zk.connect(self.zk_config)
self.fake_nodepool = FakeNodepool(
self.zk_chroot_fixture.zookeeper_host,
self.zk_chroot_fixture.zookeeper_port,
self.zk_chroot_fixture.zookeeper_chroot)
self.sched.setExecutor(self.executor_client)
self.sched.setMerger(self.merge_client)
self.sched.setNodepool(self.nodepool)
self.sched.setZooKeeper(self.zk)
self.rpc = zuul.rpclistener.RPCListener(self.config, self.sched)
self.sched.start()
self.webapp.start()
self.rpc.start()
self.executor_client.gearman.waitForServer()
# Cleanups are run in reverse order
self.addCleanup(self.assertCleanShutdown)
self.addCleanup(self.shutdown)
self.addCleanup(self.assertFinalState)
self.sched.reconfigure(self.config)
self.sched.resume()
def configure_connections(self, source_only=False):
# Set up gerrit related fakes
# Set a changes database so multiple FakeGerrit's can report back to
# a virtual canonical database given by the configured hostname
self.gerrit_changes_dbs = {}
def getGerritConnection(driver, name, config):
db = self.gerrit_changes_dbs.setdefault(config['server'], {})
con = FakeGerritConnection(driver, name, config,
changes_db=db,
upstream_root=self.upstream_root)
self.event_queues.append(con.event_queue)
setattr(self, 'fake_' + name, con)
return con
self.useFixture(fixtures.MonkeyPatch(
'zuul.driver.gerrit.GerritDriver.getConnection',
getGerritConnection))
def getGithubConnection(driver, name, config):
con = FakeGithubConnection(driver, name, config,
upstream_root=self.upstream_root)
setattr(self, 'fake_' + name, con)
return con
self.useFixture(fixtures.MonkeyPatch(
'zuul.driver.github.GithubDriver.getConnection',
getGithubConnection))
# Set up smtp related fakes
# TODO(jhesketh): This should come from lib.connections for better
# coverage
# Register connections from the config
self.smtp_messages = []
def FakeSMTPFactory(*args, **kw):
args = [self.smtp_messages] + list(args)
return FakeSMTP(*args, **kw)
self.useFixture(fixtures.MonkeyPatch('smtplib.SMTP', FakeSMTPFactory))
# Register connections from the config using fakes
self.connections = zuul.lib.connections.ConnectionRegistry()
self.connections.configure(self.config, source_only=source_only)
def setup_config(self):
# This creates the per-test configuration object. It can be
# overriden by subclasses, but should not need to be since it
# obeys the config_file and tenant_config_file attributes.
self.config = configparser.ConfigParser()
self.config.read(os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, self.config_file))
sections = ['zuul', 'scheduler', 'executor', 'merger']
for section in sections:
if not self.config.has_section(section):
self.config.add_section(section)
if not self.setupSimpleLayout():
if hasattr(self, 'tenant_config_file'):
self.config.set('scheduler', 'tenant_config',
self.tenant_config_file)
git_path = os.path.join(
os.path.dirname(
os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, self.tenant_config_file)),
'git')
if os.path.exists(git_path):
for reponame in os.listdir(git_path):
project = reponame.replace('_', '/')
self.copyDirToRepo(project,
os.path.join(git_path, reponame))
# Make test_root persist after ansible run for .flag test
self.config.set('executor', 'trusted_rw_dirs', self.test_root)
self.setupAllProjectKeys()
def setupSimpleLayout(self):
# If the test method has been decorated with a simple_layout,
# use that instead of the class tenant_config_file. Set up a
# single config-project with the specified layout, and
# initialize repos for all of the 'project' entries which
# appear in the layout.
test_name = self.id().split('.')[-1]
test = getattr(self, test_name)
if hasattr(test, '__simple_layout__'):
path, driver = getattr(test, '__simple_layout__')
else:
return False
files = {}
path = os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, path)
with open(path) as f:
data = f.read()
layout = yaml.safe_load(data)
files['zuul.yaml'] = data
untrusted_projects = []
for item in layout:
if 'project' in item:
name = item['project']['name']
untrusted_projects.append(name)
self.init_repo(name)
self.addCommitToRepo(name, 'initial commit',
files={'README': ''},
branch='master', tag='init')
if 'job' in item:
jobname = item['job']['name']
files['playbooks/%s.yaml' % jobname] = ''
root = os.path.join(self.test_root, "config")
if not os.path.exists(root):
os.makedirs(root)
f = tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(dir=root, delete=False)
config = [{'tenant':
{'name': 'tenant-one',
'source': {driver:
{'config-projects': ['common-config'],
'untrusted-projects': untrusted_projects}}}}]
f.write(yaml.dump(config).encode('utf8'))
f.close()
self.config.set('scheduler', 'tenant_config',
os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, f.name))
self.init_repo('common-config')
self.addCommitToRepo('common-config', 'add content from fixture',
files, branch='master', tag='init')
return True
def setupAllProjectKeys(self):
if self.create_project_keys:
return
path = self.config.get('scheduler', 'tenant_config')
with open(os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, path)) as f:
tenant_config = yaml.safe_load(f.read())
for tenant in tenant_config:
sources = tenant['tenant']['source']
for source, conf in sources.items():
for project in conf.get('config-projects', []):
self.setupProjectKeys(source, project)
for project in conf.get('untrusted-projects', []):
self.setupProjectKeys(source, project)
def setupProjectKeys(self, source, project):
# Make sure we set up an RSA key for the project so that we
# don't spend time generating one:
if isinstance(project, dict):
project = list(project.keys())[0]
key_root = os.path.join(self.state_root, 'keys')
if not os.path.isdir(key_root):
os.mkdir(key_root, 0o700)
private_key_file = os.path.join(key_root, source, project + '.pem')
private_key_dir = os.path.dirname(private_key_file)
self.log.debug("Installing test keys for project %s at %s" % (
project, private_key_file))
if not os.path.isdir(private_key_dir):
os.makedirs(private_key_dir)
with open(os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, 'private.pem')) as i:
with open(private_key_file, 'w') as o:
o.write(i.read())
def setupZK(self):
self.zk_chroot_fixture = self.useFixture(
ChrootedKazooFixture(self.id()))
self.zk_config = '%s:%s%s' % (
self.zk_chroot_fixture.zookeeper_host,
self.zk_chroot_fixture.zookeeper_port,
self.zk_chroot_fixture.zookeeper_chroot)
def copyDirToRepo(self, project, source_path):
self.init_repo(project)
files = {}
for (dirpath, dirnames, filenames) in os.walk(source_path):
for filename in filenames:
test_tree_filepath = os.path.join(dirpath, filename)
common_path = os.path.commonprefix([test_tree_filepath,
source_path])
relative_filepath = test_tree_filepath[len(common_path) + 1:]
with open(test_tree_filepath, 'r') as f:
content = f.read()
files[relative_filepath] = content
self.addCommitToRepo(project, 'add content from fixture',
files, branch='master', tag='init')
def assertNodepoolState(self):
# Make sure that there are no pending requests
requests = self.fake_nodepool.getNodeRequests()
self.assertEqual(len(requests), 0)
nodes = self.fake_nodepool.getNodes()
for node in nodes:
self.assertFalse(node['_lock'], "Node %s is locked" %
(node['_oid'],))
def assertNoGeneratedKeys(self):
# Make sure that Zuul did not generate any project keys
# (unless it was supposed to).
if self.create_project_keys:
return
with open(os.path.join(FIXTURE_DIR, 'private.pem')) as i:
test_key = i.read()
key_root = os.path.join(self.state_root, 'keys')
for root, dirname, files in os.walk(key_root):
for fn in files:
with open(os.path.join(root, fn)) as f:
self.assertEqual(test_key, f.read())
def assertFinalState(self):
self.log.debug("Assert final state")
# Make sure no jobs are running
self.assertEqual({}, self.executor_server.job_workers)
# Make sure that git.Repo objects have been garbage collected.
repos = []
gc.disable()
gc.collect()
for obj in gc.get_objects():
if isinstance(obj, git.Repo):
self.log.debug("Leaked git repo object: 0x%x %s" %
(id(obj), repr(obj)))
for ref in gc.get_referrers(obj):
self.log.debug(" Referrer %s" % (repr(ref)))
repos.append(obj)
if repos:
for obj in gc.garbage:
self.log.debug(" Garbage %s" % (repr(obj)))
gc.enable()
self.assertEmptyQueues()
self.assertNodepoolState()
self.assertNoGeneratedKeys()
ipm = zuul.manager.independent.IndependentPipelineManager
for tenant in self.sched.abide.tenants.values():
for pipeline in tenant.layout.pipelines.values():
if isinstance(pipeline.manager, ipm):
self.assertEqual(len(pipeline.queues), 0)
def shutdown(self):
self.log.debug("Shutting down after tests")
self.executor_server.hold_jobs_in_build = False
self.executor_server.release()
self.executor_client.stop()
self.merge_client.stop()
self.executor_server.stop()
self.sched.stop()
self.sched.join()
self.statsd.stop()
self.statsd.join()
self.webapp.stop()
self.webapp.join()
self.rpc.stop()
self.rpc.join()
self.gearman_server.shutdown()
self.fake_nodepool.stop()
self.zk.disconnect()
self.printHistory()
# We whitelist watchdog threads as they have relatively long delays
# before noticing they should exit, but they should exit on their own.
# Further the pydevd threads also need to be whitelisted so debugging
# e.g. in PyCharm is possible without breaking shutdown.
whitelist = ['executor-watchdog',
'pydevd.CommandThread',
'pydevd.Reader',
'pydevd.Writer',
]
threads = [t for t in threading.enumerate()
if t.name not in whitelist]
if len(threads) > 1:
log_str = ""
for thread_id, stack_frame in sys._current_frames().items():
log_str += "Thread: %s\n" % thread_id
log_str += "".join(traceback.format_stack(stack_frame))
self.log.debug(log_str)
raise Exception("More than one thread is running: %s" % threads)
def assertCleanShutdown(self):
pass
def init_repo(self, project, tag=None):
parts = project.split('/')
path = os.path.join(self.upstream_root, *parts[:-1])
if not os.path.exists(path):
os.makedirs(path)
path = os.path.join(self.upstream_root, project)
repo = git.Repo.init(path)
with repo.config_writer() as config_writer:
config_writer.set_value('user', 'email', 'user@example.com')
config_writer.set_value('user', 'name', 'User Name')
repo.index.commit('initial commit')
master = repo.create_head('master')
if tag:
repo.create_tag(tag)
repo.head.reference = master
zuul.merger.merger.reset_repo_to_head(repo)
repo.git.clean('-x', '-f', '-d')
def create_branch(self, project, branch):
path = os.path.join(self.upstream_root, project)
repo = git.Repo.init(path)
fn = os.path.join(path, 'README')
branch_head = repo.create_head(branch)
repo.head.reference = branch_head
f = open(fn, 'a')
f.write("test %s\n" % branch)
f.close()
repo.index.add([fn])
repo.index.commit('%s commit' % branch)
repo.head.reference = repo.heads['master']
zuul.merger.merger.reset_repo_to_head(repo)
repo.git.clean('-x', '-f', '-d')
def create_commit(self, project):
path = os.path.join(self.upstream_root, project)
repo = git.Repo(path)
repo.head.reference = repo.heads['master']
file_name = os.path.join(path, 'README')
with open(file_name, 'a') as f:
f.write('creating fake commit\n')
repo.index.add([file_name])
commit = repo.index.commit('Creating a fake commit')
return commit.hexsha
def orderedRelease(self, count=None):
# Run one build at a time to ensure non-race order:
i = 0
while len(self.builds):
self.release(self.builds[0])
self.waitUntilSettled()
i += 1
if count is not None and i >= count:
break
def getSortedBuilds(self):
"Return the list of currently running builds sorted by name"
return sorted(self.builds, key=lambda x: x.name)
def release(self, job):
if isinstance(job, FakeBuild):
job.release()
else:
job.waiting = False
self.log.debug("Queued job %s released" % job.unique)
self.gearman_server.wakeConnections()
def getParameter(self, job, name):
if isinstance(job, FakeBuild):
return job.parameters[name]
else:
parameters = json.loads(job.arguments)
return parameters[name]
def haveAllBuildsReported(self):
# See if Zuul is waiting on a meta job to complete
if self.executor_client.meta_jobs:
return False
# Find out if every build that the worker has completed has been
# reported back to Zuul. If it hasn't then that means a Gearman
# event is still in transit and the system is not stable.
for build in self.history:
zbuild = self.executor_client.builds.get(build.uuid)
if not zbuild:
# It has already been reported
continue
# It hasn't been reported yet.
return False
# Make sure that none of the worker connections are in GRAB_WAIT
worker = self.executor_server.executor_worker
for connection in worker.active_connections:
if connection.state == 'GRAB_WAIT':
return False
return True
def areAllBuildsWaiting(self):
builds = self.executor_client.builds.values()
seen_builds = set()
for build in builds:
seen_builds.add(build.uuid)
client_job = None
for conn in self.executor_client.gearman.active_connections:
for j in conn.related_jobs.values():
if j.unique == build.uuid: