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# 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 helper class and methods for interacting with Gerrit."""
import itertools
import json
import logging
import operator
from chromite.buildbot import constants
from chromite.buildbot import patch as cros_patch
from chromite.lib import cros_build_lib
class GerritException(Exception):
"Base exception, thrown for gerrit failures"""
class QueryHasNoResults(GerritException):
"Exception thrown when a query returns no results."""
class QueryNotSpecific(GerritException):
"""Exception thrown for when a query needs to identify one CL, but matched
class FailedToReachGerrit(GerritException):
"""Exception thrown if we failed to contact the Gerrit server."""
class GerritHelper():
"""Helper class to manage interaction with Gerrit server."""
_CQ_READY_QUERY = ('status:open AND CodeReview=+2 AND Verified=+1 '
'AND CommitReady=+1 AND age:5m '
'AND NOT ( CodeReview=-2 OR Verified=-1 )')
def __init__(self, internal):
"""Initializes variables for interaction with a gerrit server."""
if internal:
self.ssh_port = constants.GERRIT_INT_PORT
self.ssh_host = constants.GERRIT_INT_HOST
self.ssh_url = constants.GERRIT_INT_SSH_URL
self.ssh_port = constants.GERRIT_PORT
self.ssh_host = constants.GERRIT_HOST
self.ssh_url = constants.GERRIT_SSH_URL
self.internal = internal
self._version = None
def ssh_prefix(self):
return ['ssh', '-p', self.ssh_port, self.ssh_host]
def GetGerritReviewCommand(self, command_list):
"""Returns array corresponding to Gerrit Review command.
Review can be used to modify a changelist. Specifically it can change
scores, abandon, restore or submit it. Pass in |command|.
assert isinstance(command_list, list), 'Review command must be list.'
return self.ssh_prefix + ['gerrit', 'review'] + command_list
def GrabChangesReadyForCommit(self):
"""Returns the list of changes to try.
This methods returns a a list of GerritPatch's to try.
results = self.Query(self._CQ_READY_QUERY, sort='lastUpdated')
# Change to commit are ordered in descending order by last update.
# To be fair it makes sense to do apply changes eldest to newest.
return results
def GrabPatchFromGerrit(self, project, change, commit, must_match=True):
"""Returns the GerritChange described by the arguments.
project: Name of the Gerrit project for the change.
change: The change ID for the change.
commit: The specific commit hash for the patch from the review.
must_match: Defaults to True; if True, the given changeid *must*
be found on the target gerrit server. If False, a change not found
is considered uncommited.
query = ('project:%(project)s AND change:%(change)s AND commit:%(commit)s'
% {'project': project, 'change': change, 'commit': commit})
return self.QuerySingleRecord(query, must_match=must_match)
def IsChangeCommitted(self, query, dryrun=False, must_match=True):
"""Checks to see whether a change is already committed.
query: Either a Change-Id or a Change number to query for.
dryrun: Whether to perform the operations or not. If set, returns True.
must_match: Defaults to True; if True, the given changeid *must*
be found on the target gerrit server. If False, a change not found
is considered uncommited.
GerritException: If must_match=True, and no match was found.
QueryNotSpecific: If multiple CLs match the given query. This can occur
when a Change-ID was uploaded to multiple branches of a project
result = self.QuerySingleRecord('change:%s' % (query,),
must_match=must_match, dryrun=dryrun)
if dryrun:
return True
if result is None:
# This can only occur if must_match=False
return False
return result.status == 'MERGED'
def GetLatestSHA1ForBranch(self, project, branch):
"""Finds the latest commit hash for a repository/branch.
The latest commit hash for this patch's repo/branch.
FailedToReachGerrit if we fail to contact gerrit.
ssh_url_project = '%s/%s' % (self.ssh_url, project)
result = cros_build_lib.RunCommandWithRetries(3,
['git', 'ls-remote', ssh_url_project, 'refs/heads/%s' % (branch,)],
redirect_stdout=True, print_cmd=True)
if result:
return result.output.split()[0]
except cros_build_lib.RunCommandError as e:
# Fall out to Gerrit error.
logging.error('Failed to contact git server with %s', e)
raise FailedToReachGerrit('Could not contact gerrit to get latest sha1')
def QuerySingleRecord(self, query, **kwds):
"""Freeform querying of a gerrit server, expecting exactly one row returned
query: See Query for details. This is just a wrapping function.
kwds: See Query for details. This is just a wrapping function. This
method accepts one additional keyword that Query doesn't: must_match,
which defaults to True. If this is True and the query didn't match
anything, it'll raise a GerritException. If False, it returns None
If raw=True, a single dictionary or a cros_patch.GerritPatch instance
if a single record was found. If must_match=False and no record was
found in gerrit, None.
GerritException derivatives.
dryrun = kwds.get('dryrun')
must_match = kwds.pop('must_match', True)
results = self.Query(query, **kwds)
if dryrun:
return None
elif not results:
if must_match:
raise QueryHasNoResults('Query %s had no results' % (query,))
return None
elif len(results) != 1:
raise QueryNotSpecific('Query %s returned too many results: %s'
% (query, results))
return results[0]
def Query(self, query, sort=None, current_patch=True, options=(),
dryrun=False, raw=False):
"""Freeform querying of a gerrit server
query: gerrit query to run: see the official docs for valid parameters:
sort: if given, the key in the resultant json to sort on
current_patch: If True, append --current-patch-set to options. If this
is set to False, return the raw dictionary. If False, raw is forced
to True.
options: any additional commandline options to pass to gerrit query
a sequence of dictionaries from the gerrit server
RunCommandException if the invocation fails, or GerritException if
there is something wrong w/ the query parameters given
cmd = self.ssh_prefix + ['gerrit', 'query', '--format=JSON']
if current_patch:
raw = True
cmd.extend(['--', query])
if dryrun:'Would have run %s', ' '.join(cmd))
return []
result = cros_build_lib.RunCommand(cmd, redirect_stdout=True)
result = self.InterpretJSONResults(query, result.output)
if sort:
result = sorted(result, key=operator.itemgetter(sort))
if not raw:
return [cros_patch.GerritPatch(x, self.internal) for x in result]
return result
def InterpretJSONResults(self, query, result_string, query_type='stats',
result = map(json.loads, result_string.splitlines())
status = result[-1]
if 'type' not in status:
raise GerritException('Weird results from gerrit: asked %s %s, got %s' %
(mode, query, result))
if status['type'] != query_type:
raise GerritException('Bad gerrit %s: query %s, error %s' %
(mode, query, status.get('message', status)))
return result[:-1]
def QueryMultipleCurrentPatchset(self, queries):
"""Query chromeos gerrit servers for the current patch for given changes
queries: sequence of Change-IDs (Ic04g2ab, 6 characters to 40),
or change numbers (12345 for example).
A change number can refer to the same change as a Change ID,
but Change IDs given should be unique, and the same goes for Change
an unordered sequence of GerritPatches for each requested query.
GerritException: if a query fails to match, or isn't specific enough,
or a query is malformed.
RunCommandException: if for whatever reason, the ssh invocation to
gerrit fails.
if not queries:
# process the queries in two seperate streams; this is done so that
# we can identify exactly which patchset returned no results; it's
# basically impossible to do it if you query with mixed numeric/ID
numeric_queries = [x for x in queries if x.isdigit()]
if numeric_queries:
query = ' OR '.join('change:%s' % x for x in numeric_queries)
results = self.Query(query, sort='number')
# Sort via alpha comparison, rather than integer; Query sorts via the
# raw textual field, thus we need to match that.
numeric_queries = sorted(numeric_queries, key=str)
for query, result in itertools.izip_longest(numeric_queries, results):
if result is None or result.gerrit_number != query:
raise GerritException('Change number %s not found on server %s.'
% (query, self.ssh_host))
yield query, result
id_queries = sorted(cros_patch.FormatChangeId(x)
for x in queries if not x.isdigit())
if not id_queries:
results = self.Query(' OR '.join('change:%s' % x for x in id_queries),
last_patch_id = None
for query, result in itertools.izip_longest(id_queries, results):
# case insensitivity to ensure that if someone queries for IABC
# and gerrit returns Iabc, we still properly match.
result_id = ''
if result:
result_id = cros_patch.FormatChangeId(result.change_id)
if result is None or (query and not result_id.startswith(query)):
if last_patch_id and result_id.startswith(last_patch_id):
raise GerritException(
'While querying for change %s, we received '
'back multiple results. Please be more specific. Server=%s'
% (last_patch_id, self.ssh_host))
raise GerritException('Change-ID %s not found on server %s.'
% (query, self.ssh_host))
if query is None:
raise GerritException(
'While querying for change %s, we received '
'back multiple results. Please be more specific. Server=%s'
% (last_patch_id, self.ssh_host))
yield query, result
last_patch_id = query
def version(self):
obj = self._version
if obj is None:
obj = cros_build_lib.RunCommandCaptureOutput(
self.ssh_prefix + ['gerrit', 'version']).output.strip()
obj = obj.replace('gerrit version ', '')
self._version = obj
return obj
def _SqlQuery(self, query, dryrun=False, is_command=False):
"""Run a gsql query against gerrit.
Doing so requires an admin account, and a fair amount of care-
bad code can trash the underlying DB pretty easily.
query: SQL query to run.
dryrun: Should we run the SQL, or just pretend we did?
is_command: Does the SQL modify records (DML), or is it just
a query? If it's DML, then this must be set to True.
List of dictionaries returned from gerrit for the SQL ran.
if dryrun:"Would have ran sql query %r", (query,))
return []
command = self.ssh_prefix + ['gerrit', 'gsql', '--format=JSON']
result = cros_build_lib.RunCommand(command, redirect_stdout=True,
query_type = 'update-stats' if is_command else 'query-stats'
result = self.InterpretJSONResults(query, result.output,
return result
def RemoveCommitReady(self, change, dryrun=False):
"""Remove any commit ready bits associated with CL.
change: GerritChange instance to strip the CR bit from.
dryrun: Whether to perform the operation or not.
query = ("DELETE FROM patch_set_approvals WHERE change_id=%s"
" AND patch_set_id=%s "
" AND category_id='COMR';"
% (change.gerrit_number, change.patch_number))
self._SqlQuery(query, dryrun=dryrun, is_command=True)
def FindContentMergingProjects(self):
"""Query the gerrit server to find which projects have content merging on
Content merging is also known as 3way merging; if enabled, changes that
aren't in the same git historical lineage and touch the same file can
fall back to patch (fuzzy matches) semantics. If disabled, then changes
that try to touch the same file *must* be on the same lineage.
A set of all projects that have content merging enabled
# Example json output from gerrit:
# {"type":"row","columns":{"name":"webm/libvpx"}}
# {"type":"row","columns":{"name":"webm/adaptive-prototype-manifest"}}
# {"type":"row","columns":{"name":"webm/bitstream-guide"}}
# {"type":"row","columns":{"name":"chromiumos/chromite"}}
# {"type":"query-stats","rowCount":4,"runTimeMilliseconds":2}
results = self._SqlQuery(
"SELECT name FROM projects where use_content_merge='Y';")
return frozenset(x['columns']['name'] for x in results)
def GetGerritPatchInfo(patches):
"""Query Gerrit server for patch information.
patches: a list of patch ID's to query. Internal patches start with a '*'.
A list of GerritPatch objects describing each patch. Only the first
instance of a requested patch is returned.
PatchException if a patch can't be found.
parsed_patches = {}
def _FixupFormatting(item):
if not item.isdigit():
item = cros_patch.FormatChangeId(item)
return item
internal_patches = ['*%s' % _FixupFormatting(x[1:]) for x in patches
if x.startswith('*')]
external_patches = [_FixupFormatting(x) for x in patches
if not x.startswith('*')]
if internal_patches:
# feed it id's w/ * stripped off, but bind them back
# so that we can return patches in the supplied ordering.
# while this may seem silly, we do this to preclude the potential
# of a conflict between gerrit instances. Since change-id is
# effectively user controlled, better safe than sorry.
helper = GerritHelper(True)
raw_ids = [x[1:] for x in internal_patches]
parsed_patches.update(('*' + k, v) for k, v in
if external_patches:
helper = GerritHelper(False)
seen = set()
results = []
for query in patches:
# return a unique list, while maintaining the ordering of the first
# seen instance of each patch. Do this to ensure whatever ordering
# the user is trying to enforce, we honor; lest it break on cherry-picking
gpatch = parsed_patches[query]
if gpatch.change_id not in seen:
return results
def GetGerritHelperForChange(change):
"""Return a usable GerritHelper instance for this change.
If you need a GerritHelper for a specific change, get it via this
return GerritHelper(change.internal)