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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (c) 2011 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""Module containing methods and classes to interact with a devserver instance.
from __future__ import print_function
import multiprocessing
import os
import re
import socket
import subprocess
import tempfile
from six.moves import http_client as httplib
from six.moves import urllib
# cherrypy may not be available outside the chroot.
import cherrypy # pylint: disable=import-error
except ImportError:
cherrypy = None
from chromite.lib import constants
from chromite.cli import command
from chromite.lib import cros_build_lib
from chromite.lib import cros_logging as logging
from chromite.lib import gs
from chromite.lib import osutils
from chromite.lib import path_util
from chromite.lib import remote_access
from chromite.lib import timeout_util
from chromite.lib.xbuddy import build_artifact
from chromite.lib.xbuddy import devserver_constants
from chromite.lib.xbuddy import xbuddy
DEFAULT_STATIC_DIR = path_util.FromChrootPath(
os.path.join(constants.CHROOT_SOURCE_ROOT, 'devserver', 'static'))
XBUDDY_REMOTE = 'remote'
XBUDDY_LOCAL = 'local'
class ImagePathError(Exception):
"""Raised when the provided path can't be resolved to an image."""
class ArtifactDownloadError(Exception):
"""Raised when the artifact could not be downloaded."""
def GetXbuddyPath(path):
"""A helper function to parse an xbuddy path.
path: Either an xbuddy path, gs path, or a path with no scheme.
path/for/xbuddy if |path| is xbuddy://path/for/xbuddy;
path/for/gs if |path| is gs://chromeos-image-archive/path/for/gs/;
otherwise, |path|.
ValueError if |path| is an unrecognized scheme, or is a gs path with
an unrecognized bucket.
parsed = urllib.parse.urlparse(path)
if parsed.scheme == 'xbuddy':
return '%s%s' % (parsed.netloc, parsed.path)
elif parsed.scheme == '':
logging.debug('Assuming %s is an xbuddy path.', path)
return path
elif parsed.scheme == 'gs':
if parsed.netloc != devserver_constants.GS_IMAGE_BUCKET:
raise ValueError('Do not support bucket %s. Only bucket %s is supported.'
% (parsed.netloc, devserver_constants.GS_IMAGE_BUCKET))
return '%s%s' % (xbuddy.REMOTE, parsed.path)
raise ValueError('Do not support scheme %s.' % (parsed.scheme,))
def GetImagePathWithXbuddy(path, board, version, static_dir=DEFAULT_STATIC_DIR,
"""Gets image path and resolved XBuddy path using xbuddy.
Ask xbuddy to translate |path|, and if necessary, download and stage the
image, then return a translated path to the image. Also returns the resolved
XBuddy path, which may be useful for subsequent calls in case the argument is
an alias.
path: The xbuddy path.
board: The default board to use if board is not specified in |path|.
version: The default version to use if one is not specified in |path|.
static_dir: Static directory to stage the image in.
silent: Suppress error messages.
A tuple consisting of the build id and full path to the image.
# Since xbuddy often wants to use gsutil from $PATH, make sure our local copy
# shows up first.
upath = os.environ['PATH'].split(os.pathsep)
upath.insert(0, os.path.dirname(gs.GSContext.GetDefaultGSUtilBin()))
os.environ['PATH'] = os.pathsep.join(upath)
# If we are using the progress bar, quiet the logging output of cherrypy.
if cherrypy and command.UseProgressBar():
if (hasattr(cherrypy.log, 'access_log') and
hasattr(cherrypy.log, 'error_log')):
cherrypy.config.update({'server.log_to_screen': False})
xb = xbuddy.XBuddy(board=board, version=version, log_screen=False,
path_list = GetXbuddyPath(path).rsplit(os.path.sep)
return xb.Get(path_list)
except xbuddy.XBuddyException as e:
if not silent:
logging.error('Locating image "%s" failed. The path might not be valid '
'or the image might not exist.', path)
raise ImagePathError('Cannot locate image %s: %s' % (path, e))
except build_artifact.ArtifactDownloadError as e:
if not silent:
logging.error('Downloading image "%s" failed.', path)
raise ArtifactDownloadError('Cannot download image %s: %s' % (path, e))
def GetIPv4Address(dev=None, global_ip=True):
"""Returns any global/host IP address or the IP address of the given device.
socket.gethostname() is insufficient for machines where the host files are
not set up "correctly." Since some of our builders may have this issue,
this method gives you a generic way to get the address so you are reachable
either via a VM or remote machine on the same network.
dev: Get the IP address of the device (e.g. 'eth0').
global_ip: If set True, returns a globally valid IP address. Otherwise,
returns a local IP address (default: True).
cmd = ['ip', 'addr', 'show']
cmd += ['scope', 'global' if global_ip else 'host']
cmd += [] if dev is None else ['dev', dev]
result =, print_cmd=False, capture_output=True,
matches = re.findall(r'\binet (\d+\.\d+\.\d+\.\d+).*', result.output)
if matches:
return matches[0]
logging.warning('Failed to find ip address in %r', result.output)
return None
class DevServerException(Exception):
"""Base exception class of devserver errors."""
class DevServerStartupError(DevServerException):
"""Thrown when the devserver fails to start up."""
class DevServerStopError(DevServerException):
"""Thrown when the devserver fails to stop."""
class DevServerResponseError(DevServerException):
"""Thrown when the devserver responds with an error."""
class DevServerConnectionError(DevServerException):
"""Thrown when unable to connect to devserver."""
class DevServerWrapper(multiprocessing.Process):
"""A Simple wrapper around a dev server instance."""
# Wait up to 15 minutes for the dev server to start. It can take a
# while to start when generating payloads in parallel.
def __init__(self, static_dir=DEFAULT_STATIC_DIR, port=None, log_dir=None,
src_image=None, board=None):
"""Initialize a DevServerWrapper instance.
static_dir: The static directory to be used by the devserver.
port: The port to used by the devserver.
log_dir: Directory to store the log files.
src_image: The path to the image to be used as the base to
generate delta payloads.
board: Override board to pass to the devserver for xbuddy pathing.
super(DevServerWrapper, self).__init__()
self.devserver_bin = 'start_devserver'
# Set port if it is given. Otherwise, devserver will start at any
# available port.
self.port = None if not port else port
self.src_image = src_image
self.board = board
self.tempdir = None
self.log_dir = log_dir
if not self.log_dir:
self.tempdir = osutils.TempDir(
self.log_dir = self.tempdir.tempdir
self.static_dir = static_dir
self.log_file = os.path.join(self.log_dir, 'dev_server.log')
self.port_file = os.path.join(self.log_dir, 'dev_server.port')
self._pid_file = self._GetPIDFilePath()
self._pid = None
def DownloadFile(cls, url, dest):
"""Download the file from the URL to a local path."""
if os.path.isdir(dest):
dest = os.path.join(dest, os.path.basename(url))'Downloading %s to %s', url, dest)
osutils.WriteFile(dest, DevServerWrapper.OpenURL(url), mode='wb')
def GetURL(self, sub_dir=None):
"""Returns the URL of this devserver instance."""
return self.GetDevServerURL(port=self.port, sub_dir=sub_dir)
def GetDevServerURL(cls, ip=None, port=None, sub_dir=None):
"""Returns the dev server url.
ip: IP address of the devserver. If not set, use the IP
address of this machine.
port: Port number of devserver.
sub_dir: The subdirectory of the devserver url.
ip = GetIPv4Address() if not ip else ip
# If port number is not given, assume 8080 for backward
# compatibility.
port = DEFAULT_PORT if not port else port
url = 'http://%(ip)s:%(port)s' % {'ip': ip, 'port': str(port)}
if sub_dir:
url += '/' + sub_dir
return url
def OpenURL(cls, url, ignore_url_error=False, timeout=60):
"""Returns the HTTP response of a URL."""
logging.debug('Retrieving %s', url)
res = urllib.request.urlopen(url, timeout=timeout)
except (urllib.error.HTTPError, httplib.HTTPException) as e:
logging.error('Devserver responded with HTTP error (%s)', e)
raise DevServerResponseError(e)
except (urllib.error.URLError, socket.timeout) as e:
if not ignore_url_error:
logging.error('Cannot connect to devserver (%s)', e)
raise DevServerConnectionError(e)
def CreateStaticDirectory(cls, static_dir=DEFAULT_STATIC_DIR):
"""Creates |static_dir|.
static_dir: path to the static directory of the devserver instance.
def WipeStaticDirectory(cls, static_dir=DEFAULT_STATIC_DIR):
"""Cleans up |static_dir|.
static_dir: path to the static directory of the devserver instance.
cls.WipePayloadCache(static_dir=static_dir)'Clearing cache directory %s', static_dir)
osutils.RmDir(static_dir, ignore_missing=True, sudo=True)
def WipePayloadCache(cls, devserver_bin='start_devserver', static_dir=None):
"""Cleans up devserver cache of payloads.
This isn't necessary for chrome checkouts.
devserver_bin: path to the devserver binary.
static_dir: path to use as the static directory of the devserver instance.
if path_util.DetermineCheckout().type == path_util.CHECKOUT_TYPE_GCLIENT:
return'Cleaning up previously generated payloads.')
cmd = [devserver_bin, '--clear_cache', '--exit']
if static_dir:
cmd.append('--static_dir=%s' % path_util.ToChrootPath(static_dir))
cmd, enter_chroot=True, print_cmd=False, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT,
stdout=True, cwd=constants.SOURCE_ROOT)
def _ReadPortNumber(self):
"""Read port number from file."""
if not self.is_alive():
raise DevServerStartupError('Devserver is dead and has no port number')
except timeout_util.TimeoutError:
raise DevServerStartupError('Timeout (%s) waiting for devserver '
'port_file' % self.DEV_SERVER_TIMEOUT)
self.port = int(osutils.ReadFile(self.port_file).strip())
def IsReady(self):
"""Check if devserver is up and running."""
if not self.is_alive():
raise DevServerStartupError('Devserver is not ready because it died')
url = os.path.join('http://%s:%d' % (remote_access.LOCALHOST_IP, self.port),
if self.OpenURL(url, ignore_url_error=True, timeout=2):
return True
return False
def _GetPIDFilePath(self):
"""Returns pid file path."""
return tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(prefix='devserver_wrapper',
def _GetPID(self):
"""Returns the pid read from the pid file."""
# Pid file was passed into the chroot.
return osutils.ReadFile(self._pid_file).rstrip()
def _WaitUntilStarted(self):
"""Wait until the devserver has started."""
if not self.port:
except timeout_util.TimeoutError:
raise DevServerStartupError('Devserver did not start')
def run(self):
"""Kicks off devserver in a separate process and waits for it to finish."""
# Truncate the log file if it already exists.
if os.path.exists(self.log_file):
osutils.SafeUnlink(self.log_file, sudo=True)
path_resolver = path_util.ChrootPathResolver()
port = self.port if self.port else 0
cmd = [self.devserver_bin,
'--pidfile', path_resolver.ToChroot(self._pid_file),
'--logfile', path_resolver.ToChroot(self.log_file),
'--port=%d' % port,
'--static_dir=%s' % path_resolver.ToChroot(self.static_dir)]
if not self.port:
cmd.append('--portfile=%s' % path_resolver.ToChroot(self.port_file))
if self.src_image:
cmd.append('--src_image=%s' % path_resolver.ToChroot(self.src_image))
if self.board:
cmd.append('--board=%s' % self.board)
chroot_args = ['--no-ns-pid']
# The chromite bin directory is needed for cros_generate_update_payload.
extra_env = {
'PATH': '%s:%s' % (os.environ['PATH'],
result = self._RunCommand(
cmd, enter_chroot=True, chroot_args=chroot_args,
cwd=constants.SOURCE_ROOT, extra_env=extra_env, check=False,
stdout=True, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT, encoding='utf-8')
if result.returncode != 0:
msg = ('Devserver failed to start!\n'
'--- Start output from the devserver startup command ---\n'
'--- End output from the devserver startup command ---' %
def Start(self):
"""Starts a background devserver and waits for it to start.
Starts a background devserver and waits for it to start. Will only return
once devserver has started and running pid has been read.
self._pid = self._GetPID()
def Stop(self):
"""Kills the devserver instance with SIGTERM and SIGKILL if SIGTERM fails"""
if not self._pid:
logging.debug('No devserver running.')
logging.debug('Stopping devserver instance with pid %s', self._pid)
if self.is_alive():
self._RunCommand(['kill', self._pid], check=False)
logging.debug('Devserver not running')
if self.is_alive():
logging.warning('Devserver is unstoppable. Killing with SIGKILL')
self._RunCommand(['kill', '-9', self._pid])
except cros_build_lib.RunCommandError as e:
raise DevServerStopError('Unable to stop devserver: %s' % e)
def PrintLog(self):
"""Print devserver output to stdout."""
def TailLog(self, num_lines=50):
"""Returns the most recent |num_lines| lines of the devserver log file."""
fname = self.log_file
# We use self._RunCommand here to check the existence of the log file.
if self._RunCommand(
['test', '-f', fname], check=False).returncode == 0:
result = self._RunCommand(['tail', '-n', str(num_lines), fname],
capture_output=True, encoding='utf-8')
output = '--- Start output from %s ---' % fname
output += result.output
output += '--- End output from %s ---' % fname
return output
def _RunCommand(self, *args, **kwargs):
"""Runs a shell commmand."""
kwargs.setdefault('debug_level', logging.DEBUG)
return cros_build_lib.sudo_run(*args, **kwargs)