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# Copyright 2017 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
#
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# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
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# under the License.
import time
import zuul.zk
import zuul.nodepool
from zuul import model
from tests.base import BaseTestCase, ChrootedKazooFixture, FakeNodepool
class TestNodepool(BaseTestCase):
# Tests the Nodepool interface class using a fake nodepool and
# scheduler.
def setUp(self):
super(TestNodepool, self).setUp()
self.statsd = None
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)
self.zk = zuul.zk.ZooKeeper(enable_cache=True)
self.addCleanup(self.zk.disconnect)
self.zk.connect(self.zk_config)
self.hostname = 'nodepool-test-hostname'
self.provisioned_requests = []
# This class implements the scheduler methods zuul.nodepool
# needs, so we pass 'self' as the scheduler.
self.nodepool = zuul.nodepool.Nodepool(self)
self.fake_nodepool = FakeNodepool(
self.zk_chroot_fixture.zookeeper_host,
self.zk_chroot_fixture.zookeeper_port,
self.zk_chroot_fixture.zookeeper_chroot)
self.addCleanup(self.fake_nodepool.stop)
def waitForRequests(self):
# Wait until all requests are complete.
while self.nodepool.requests:
time.sleep(0.1)
def onNodesProvisioned(self, request):
# This is a scheduler method that the nodepool class calls
# back when a request is provisioned.
self.provisioned_requests.append(request)
def test_node_request(self):
# Test a simple node request
nodeset = model.NodeSet()
nodeset.addNode(model.Node(['controller', 'foo'], 'ubuntu-xenial'))
nodeset.addNode(model.Node(['compute'], 'ubuntu-xenial'))
job = model.Job('testjob')
job.nodeset = nodeset
request = self.nodepool.requestNodes(None, job, 0)
self.waitForRequests()
self.assertEqual(len(self.provisioned_requests), 1)
self.assertEqual(request.state, 'fulfilled')
# Accept the nodes
self.nodepool.acceptNodes(request, request.id)
nodeset = request.nodeset
for node in nodeset.getNodes():
self.assertIsNotNone(node.lock)
self.assertEqual(node.state, 'ready')
# Mark the nodes in use
self.nodepool.useNodeSet(nodeset)
for node in nodeset.getNodes():
self.assertEqual(node.state, 'in-use')
# Return the nodes
self.nodepool.returnNodeSet(nodeset)
for node in nodeset.getNodes():
self.assertIsNone(node.lock)
self.assertEqual(node.state, 'used')
def test_node_request_disconnect(self):
# Test that node requests are re-submitted after disconnect
nodeset = model.NodeSet()
nodeset.addNode(model.Node(['controller'], 'ubuntu-xenial'))
nodeset.addNode(model.Node(['compute'], 'ubuntu-xenial'))
job = model.Job('testjob')
job.nodeset = nodeset
self.fake_nodepool.pause()
request = self.nodepool.requestNodes(None, job, 0)
self.zk.client.stop()
self.zk.client.start()
self.fake_nodepool.unpause()
self.waitForRequests()
self.assertEqual(len(self.provisioned_requests), 1)
self.assertEqual(request.state, 'fulfilled')
def test_node_request_canceled(self):
# Test that node requests can be canceled
nodeset = model.NodeSet()
nodeset.addNode(model.Node(['controller'], 'ubuntu-xenial'))
nodeset.addNode(model.Node(['compute'], 'ubuntu-xenial'))
job = model.Job('testjob')
job.nodeset = nodeset
self.fake_nodepool.pause()
request = self.nodepool.requestNodes(None, job, 0)
self.nodepool.cancelRequest(request)
self.waitForRequests()
self.assertEqual(len(self.provisioned_requests), 0)
def test_accept_nodes_resubmitted(self):
# Test that a resubmitted request would not lock nodes
nodeset = model.NodeSet()
nodeset.addNode(model.Node(['controller'], 'ubuntu-xenial'))
nodeset.addNode(model.Node(['compute'], 'ubuntu-xenial'))
job = model.Job('testjob')
job.nodeset = nodeset
request = self.nodepool.requestNodes(None, job, 0)
self.waitForRequests()
self.assertEqual(len(self.provisioned_requests), 1)
self.assertEqual(request.state, 'fulfilled')
# Accept the nodes, passing a different ID
self.nodepool.acceptNodes(request, "invalid")
nodeset = request.nodeset
for node in nodeset.getNodes():
self.assertIsNone(node.lock)
self.assertEqual(node.state, 'ready')
def test_accept_nodes_lost_request(self):
# Test that a lost request would not lock nodes
nodeset = model.NodeSet()
nodeset.addNode(model.Node(['controller'], 'ubuntu-xenial'))
nodeset.addNode(model.Node(['compute'], 'ubuntu-xenial'))
job = model.Job('testjob')
job.nodeset = nodeset
request = self.nodepool.requestNodes(None, job, 0)
self.waitForRequests()
self.assertEqual(len(self.provisioned_requests), 1)
self.assertEqual(request.state, 'fulfilled')
self.zk.deleteNodeRequest(request)
# Accept the nodes
self.nodepool.acceptNodes(request, request.id)
nodeset = request.nodeset
for node in nodeset.getNodes():
self.assertIsNone(node.lock)
self.assertEqual(node.state, 'ready')
def test_node_request_priority(self):
# Test that requests are satisfied in priority order
nodeset = model.NodeSet()
nodeset.addNode(model.Node(['controller', 'foo'], 'ubuntu-xenial'))
nodeset.addNode(model.Node(['compute'], 'ubuntu-xenial'))
job = model.Job('testjob')
job.nodeset = nodeset
self.fake_nodepool.pause()
request1 = self.nodepool.requestNodes(None, job, 1)
request2 = self.nodepool.requestNodes(None, job, 0)
self.fake_nodepool.unpause()
self.waitForRequests()
self.assertEqual(len(self.provisioned_requests), 2)
self.assertEqual(request1.state, 'fulfilled')
self.assertEqual(request2.state, 'fulfilled')
self.assertTrue(request2.state_time < request1.state_time)