The Gatekeeper, or a project gating system
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#!/bin/bash -xe
# This script will be run by OpenStack CI before unit tests are run,
# it sets up the test system as needed.
# Developers should setup their test systems in a similar way.
# This setup needs to be run as a user that can run sudo.
TOOLSDIR=$(dirname $0)
# Be sure mysql and zookeeper are started.
sudo service mysql start
sudo service zookeeper start
# The root password for the MySQL database; pass it in via
# This user and its password are used by the tests, if you change it,
# your tests might fail.
sudo -H mysqladmin -u root password $DB_ROOT_PW
# It's best practice to remove anonymous users from the database. If
# a anonymous user exists, then it matches first for connections and
# other connections from that host will not work.
sudo -H mysql -u root -p$DB_ROOT_PW -h localhost -e "
DELETE FROM mysql.user WHERE User='';
TO '$DB_USER'@'%' identified by '$DB_PW' WITH GRANT OPTION;"
# Now create our database.
mysql -u $DB_USER -p$DB_PW -h -e "
SET default_storage_engine=MYISAM;
DROP DATABASE IF EXISTS openstack_citest;
CREATE DATABASE openstack_citest CHARACTER SET utf8;"
# TODO(pabelanger): Move this into bindep after we figure out how to enable our
# PPA.
# NOTE(pabelanger): Avoid hitting
sudo apt-key add $TOOLSDIR/018D05F5.gpg
LSBDISTCODENAME=$(lsb_release -cs)
echo "deb $LSBDISTCODENAME main" | \
sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/openstack-ci-core-ubuntu-bubblewrap-xenial.list
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get --assume-yes install bubblewrap