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# Copyright (c) 2012 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 the various individual commands a builder can run."""
from __future__ import print_function
import base64
import collections
import fnmatch
import glob
import json
import logging
import multiprocessing
import os
import re
import shutil
import tempfile
from chromite.cbuildbot import cbuildbot_config
from chromite.cbuildbot import failures_lib
from chromite.cbuildbot import constants
from chromite.cros.tests import cros_vm_test
from chromite.lib import cros_build_lib
from chromite.lib import git
from chromite.lib import gob_util
from chromite.lib import gs
from chromite.lib import locking
from chromite.lib import osutils
from chromite.lib import parallel
from chromite.lib import portage_util
from chromite.lib import retry_util
from chromite.lib import timeout_util
from chromite.scripts import pushimage
_PACKAGE_FILE = '%(buildroot)s/src/scripts/cbuildbot_package.list'
CHROME_KEYWORDS_FILE = ('/build/%(board)s/etc/portage/package.keywords/chrome')
CHROME_UNMASK_FILE = ('/build/%(board)s/etc/portage/package.unmask/chrome')
_FACTORY_SHIM = 'factory_shim'
_AUTOTEST_RPC_CLIENT = ('/b/build_internal/scripts/slave-internal/autotest_rpc/'
_LOCAL_BUILD_FLAGS = ['--nousepkg', '--reuse_pkgs_from_local_boards']
STATEFUL_FILE = 'stateful.tgz'
# For sorting through VM test results.
_TEST_REPORT_FILENAME = 'test_report.log'
class TestFailure(failures_lib.StepFailure):
"""Raised if a test stage (e.g. VMTest) fails."""
class TestWarning(failures_lib.StepFailure):
"""Raised if a test stage (e.g. VMTest) returns a warning code."""
class SuiteTimedOut(failures_lib.TestLabFailure):
"""Raised if a test suite timed out with no test failures."""
class BoardNotAvailable(failures_lib.TestLabFailure):
"""Raised if the board is not available in the lab."""
# =========================== Command Helpers =================================
def RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, chromite_cmd=False, **kwargs):
"""Run a build script, wrapping exceptions as needed.
This wraps RunCommand(cmd, cwd=buildroot, **kwargs), adding extra logic to
help determine the cause of command failures.
- If a package fails to build, a PackageBuildFailure exception is thrown,
which lists exactly which packages failed to build.
- If the command fails for a different reason, a BuildScriptFailure
exception is thrown.
We detect what packages failed to build by creating a temporary status file,
and passing that status file to parallel_emerge via the
buildroot: The root of the build directory.
cmd: The command to run.
chromite_cmd: Whether the command should be evaluated relative to the
chromite/bin subdir of the |buildroot|.
kwargs: Optional args passed to RunCommand; see RunCommand for specifics.
In addition, if 'sudo' kwarg is True, SudoRunCommand will be used.
assert not kwargs.get('shell', False), 'Cannot execute shell commands'
kwargs.setdefault('cwd', buildroot)
enter_chroot = kwargs.get('enter_chroot', False)
sudo = kwargs.pop('sudo', False)
if chromite_cmd:
cmd = cmd[:]
cmd[0] = os.path.join(buildroot, constants.CHROMITE_BIN_SUBDIR, cmd[0])
if enter_chroot:
cmd[0] = git.ReinterpretPathForChroot(cmd[0])
# If we are entering the chroot, create status file for tracking what
# packages failed to build.
chroot_tmp = os.path.join(buildroot, 'chroot', 'tmp')
status_file = None
with cros_build_lib.ContextManagerStack() as stack:
if enter_chroot and os.path.exists(chroot_tmp):
kwargs['extra_env'] = (kwargs.get('extra_env') or {}).copy()
status_file = stack.Add(tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile, dir=chroot_tmp)
kwargs['extra_env']['PARALLEL_EMERGE_STATUS_FILE'] = \
runcmd = cros_build_lib.RunCommand
if sudo:
runcmd = cros_build_lib.SudoRunCommand
return runcmd(cmd, **kwargs)
except cros_build_lib.RunCommandError as ex:
# Print the original exception.
cros_build_lib.Error('\n%s', ex)
# Check whether a specific package failed. If so, wrap the exception
# appropriately. These failures are usually caused by a recent CL, so we
# don't ever treat these failures as flaky.
if status_file is not None:
failed_packages =
if failed_packages:
raise failures_lib.PackageBuildFailure(ex, cmd[0], failed_packages)
# Looks like a generic failure. Raise a BuildScriptFailure.
raise failures_lib.BuildScriptFailure(ex, cmd[0])
def GetInput(prompt):
"""Helper function to grab input from a user. Makes testing easier."""
return raw_input(prompt)
def ValidateClobber(buildroot):
"""Do due diligence if user wants to clobber buildroot.
buildroot: buildroot that's potentially clobbered.
True if the clobber is ok.
cwd = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__))
if cwd.startswith(buildroot):
cros_build_lib.Die('You are trying to clobber this chromite checkout!')
if buildroot == '/':
cros_build_lib.Die('Refusing to clobber your system!')
if os.path.exists(buildroot):
return cros_build_lib.BooleanPrompt(default=False)
return True
# =========================== Main Commands ===================================
def BuildRootGitCleanup(buildroot):
"""Put buildroot onto manifest branch. Delete branches created on last run.
buildroot: buildroot to clean up.
lock_path = os.path.join(buildroot, '.clean_lock')
deleted_objdirs = multiprocessing.Event()
def RunCleanupCommands(project, cwd):
with locking.FileLock(lock_path, verbose=False).read_lock() as lock:
# Calculate where the git repository is stored.
relpath = os.path.relpath(cwd, buildroot)
projects_dir = os.path.join(buildroot, '.repo', 'projects')
project_objects_dir = os.path.join(buildroot, '.repo', 'project-objects')
repo_git_store = '%s.git' % os.path.join(projects_dir, relpath)
repo_obj_store = '%s.git' % os.path.join(project_objects_dir, project)
if os.path.isdir(cwd):
except cros_build_lib.RunCommandError as e:
result = e.result
logging.warn('\n%s', result.error)
# If there's no repository corruption, just delete the index.
corrupted = git.IsGitRepositoryCorrupted(cwd)
logging.warn('Deleting %s because %s failed', cwd, result.cmd)
osutils.RmDir(cwd, ignore_missing=True)
if corrupted:
# Looks like the object dir is corrupted. Delete the whole repository.
for store in (repo_git_store, repo_obj_store):
logging.warn('Deleting %s as well', store)
osutils.RmDir(store, ignore_missing=True)
# Delete all branches created by cbuildbot.
if os.path.isdir(repo_git_store):
cmd = ['branch', '-D'] + list(constants.CREATED_BRANCHES)
git.RunGit(repo_git_store, cmd, error_code_ok=True)
# Cleanup all of the directories.
dirs = [[attrs['name'], os.path.join(buildroot, attrs['path'])] for attrs in
parallel.RunTasksInProcessPool(RunCleanupCommands, dirs)
# repo shares git object directories amongst multiple project paths. If the
# first pass deleted an object dir for a project path, then other repositories
# (project paths) of that same project may now be broken. Do a second pass to
# clean them up as well.
if deleted_objdirs.is_set():
parallel.RunTasksInProcessPool(RunCleanupCommands, dirs)
def CleanUpMountPoints(buildroot):
"""Cleans up any stale mount points from previous runs."""
# Scrape it from /proc/mounts since it's easily accessible;
# additionally, unmount in reverse order of what's listed there
# rather than trying a reverse sorting; it's possible for
# mount /z /foon
# mount /foon/blah -o loop /a
# which reverse sorting cannot handle.
buildroot = os.path.realpath(buildroot).rstrip('/') + '/'
mounts = [mtab.destination for mtab in osutils.IterateMountPoints() if
for mount_pt in reversed(mounts):
osutils.UmountDir(mount_pt, lazy=True, cleanup=False)
def WipeOldOutput(buildroot):
"""Wipes out build output directory.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
board: Delete image directories for this board name.
image_dir = os.path.join(buildroot, 'src', 'build', 'images')
osutils.RmDir(image_dir, ignore_missing=True, sudo=True)
def MakeChroot(buildroot, replace, use_sdk, chrome_root=None, extra_env=None):
"""Wrapper around make_chroot."""
cmd = ['cros_sdk', '--buildbot-log-version']
cmd.append('--create' if use_sdk else '--bootstrap')
if replace:
if chrome_root:
cmd.append('--chrome_root=%s' % chrome_root)
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, chromite_cmd=True, extra_env=extra_env)
def RunChrootUpgradeHooks(buildroot, chrome_root=None, extra_env=None):
"""Run the chroot upgrade hooks in the chroot.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
chrome_root: The directory where chrome is stored.
extra_env: A dictionary of environment variables to set.
chroot_args = []
if chrome_root:
chroot_args.append('--chrome_root=%s' % chrome_root)
RunBuildScript(buildroot, ['./run_chroot_version_hooks'], enter_chroot=True,
chroot_args=chroot_args, extra_env=extra_env)
def RefreshPackageStatus(buildroot, boards, debug):
"""Wrapper around refresh_package_status"""
# First run check_gdata_token to validate or refresh auth token.
cmd = ['check_gdata_token']
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, chromite_cmd=True)
# Prepare refresh_package_status command to update the package spreadsheet.
cmd = ['refresh_package_status']
# Skip the host board if present.
board = ':'.join([b for b in boards if b != 'amd64-host'])
cmd.append('--board=%s' % board)
# Upload to the test spreadsheet only when in debug mode.
if debug:
# Actually run prepared refresh_package_status command.
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, chromite_cmd=True, enter_chroot=True)
# Disabling the auto-filing of Tracker issues for now -
#SyncPackageStatus(buildroot, debug)
def SyncPackageStatus(buildroot, debug):
"""Wrapper around sync_package_status."""
# Run sync_package_status to create Tracker issues for outdated
# packages. At the moment, this runs only for groups that have opted in.
basecmd = ['sync_package_status']
if debug:
basecmd.extend(['--pretend', '--test-spreadsheet'])
cmdargslist = [['--team=build'],
['--team=kernel', '--default-owner=arscott']]
for cmdargs in cmdargslist:
cmd = basecmd + cmdargs
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, chromite_cmd=True, enter_chroot=True)
def SetSharedUserPassword(buildroot, password):
"""Wrapper around"""
if password is not None:
cmd = ['./', password]
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, enter_chroot=True)
passwd_file = os.path.join(buildroot, 'chroot/etc/shared_user_passwd.txt')
osutils.SafeUnlink(passwd_file, sudo=True)
def UpdateChroot(buildroot, usepkg, toolchain_boards=None, extra_env=None):
"""Wrapper around update_chroot.
buildroot: The buildroot of the current build.
usepkg: Whether to use binary packages when setting up the toolchain.
toolchain_boards: List of boards to always include.
extra_env: A dictionary of environmental variables to set during generation.
cmd = ['./update_chroot']
if not usepkg:
if toolchain_boards:
cmd.extend(['--toolchain_boards', ','.join(toolchain_boards)])
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, extra_env=extra_env, enter_chroot=True)
def SetupBoard(buildroot, board, usepkg, chrome_binhost_only=False,
extra_env=None, force=False, profile=None, chroot_upgrade=True):
"""Wrapper around setup_board.
buildroot: The buildroot of the current build.
board: The board to set up.
usepkg: Whether to use binary packages when setting up the board.
chrome_binhost_only: If set, only use binary packages on the board for
Chrome itself.
extra_env: A dictionary of environmental variables to set during generation.
force: Whether to remove the board prior to setting it up.
profile: The profile to use with this board.
chroot_upgrade: Whether to update the chroot. If the chroot is already up to
date, you can specify chroot_upgrade=False.
cmd = ['./setup_board', '--board=%s' % board,
# This isn't the greatest thing, but emerge's dependency calculation
# isn't the speediest thing, so let callers skip this step when they
# know the system is up-to-date already.
if not chroot_upgrade:
if profile:
cmd.append('--profile=%s' % profile)
if not usepkg:
if chrome_binhost_only:
if force:
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, extra_env=extra_env, enter_chroot=True)
class MissingBinpkg(failures_lib.InfrastructureFailure):
"""Error class for when we are missing an essential binpkg."""
def VerifyBinpkg(buildroot, board, pkg, packages, extra_env=None):
"""Verify that an appropriate binary package exists for |pkg|.
Using the depgraph from |packages|, check to see if |pkg| would be pulled in
as a binary or from source. If |pkg| isn't installed at all, then ignore it.
buildroot: The buildroot of the current build.
board: The board to set up.
pkg: The package to look for.
packages: The list of packages that get installed on |board|.
extra_env: A dictionary of environmental variables to set.
If the package is found and is built from source, raise MissingBinpkg.
If the package is not found, or it is installed from a binpkg, do nothing.
cmd = ['emerge-%s' % board, '-pegNvq', '--color=n'] + list(packages)
result = RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, capture_output=True,
enter_chroot=True, extra_env=extra_env)
pattern = r'^\[(ebuild|binary).*%s' % re.escape(pkg)
m =, result.output, re.MULTILINE)
if m and == 'ebuild':
cros_build_lib.Info('(output):\n%s', result.output)
msg = 'Cannot find prebuilts for %s on %s' % (pkg, board)
raise MissingBinpkg(msg)
def Build(buildroot, board, build_autotest, usepkg, chrome_binhost_only,
packages=(), skip_chroot_upgrade=True, noworkon=False,
extra_env=None, chrome_root=None):
"""Wrapper around build_packages.
buildroot: The buildroot of the current build.
board: The board to set up.
build_autotest: Whether to build autotest-related packages.
usepkg: Whether to use binary packages.
chrome_binhost_only: If set, only use binary packages on the board for
Chrome itself.
packages: Tuple of specific packages we want to build. If empty,
build_packages will calculate a list of packages automatically.
skip_chroot_upgrade: Whether to skip the chroot update. If the chroot is
not yet up to date, you should specify skip_chroot_upgrade=False.
noworkon: If set, don't force-build workon packages.
extra_env: A dictionary of environmental variables to set during generation.
chrome_root: The directory where chrome is stored.
cmd = ['./build_packages', '--board=%s' % board,
if not build_autotest:
if skip_chroot_upgrade:
if not usepkg:
if chrome_binhost_only:
if noworkon:
chroot_args = []
if chrome_root:
chroot_args.append('--chrome_root=%s' % chrome_root)
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, extra_env=extra_env, chroot_args=chroot_args,
FirmwareVersions = collections.namedtuple(
['main', 'ec']
def GetFirmwareVersions(buildroot, board):
"""Extract version information from the firmware updater, if one exists.
buildroot: The buildroot of the current build.
board: The board the firmware is for.
(main fw version, ec fw version)
Each element will either be set to the string output by the firmware
updater shellball, or None if there is no firmware updater.
updater = os.path.join(buildroot, constants.DEFAULT_CHROOT_DIR,
'usr', 'sbin', 'chromeos-firmwareupdate')
if not os.path.isfile(updater):
return FirmwareVersions(None, None)
updater = git.ReinterpretPathForChroot(updater)
result = cros_build_lib.RunCommand([updater, '-V'], enter_chroot=True,
capture_output=True, log_output=True,
main ='BIOS version:\s*(?P<version>.*)', result.output)
ec ='EC version:\s*(?P<version>.*)', result.output)
return ('version') if main else None,'version') if ec else None)
def BuildImage(buildroot, board, images_to_build, version=None,
rootfs_verification=True, extra_env=None, disk_layout=None):
# Default to base if images_to_build is passed empty.
if not images_to_build:
images_to_build = ['base']
version_str = '--version=%s' % (version or '')
cmd = ['./build_image', '--board=%s' % board, '--replace', version_str]
if not rootfs_verification:
cmd += ['--noenable_rootfs_verification']
if disk_layout:
cmd += ['--disk_layout=%s' % disk_layout]
cmd += images_to_build
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, extra_env=extra_env, enter_chroot=True)
def GenerateAuZip(buildroot, image_dir, extra_env=None):
"""Run the script which generates
buildroot: The buildroot of the current build.
image_dir: The directory in which to store
extra_env: A dictionary of environmental variables to set during generation.
failures_lib.BuildScriptFailure if the called script fails.
chroot_image_dir = git.ReinterpretPathForChroot(image_dir)
cmd = ['./build_library/', '-o', chroot_image_dir]
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, extra_env=extra_env, enter_chroot=True)
def TestAuZip(buildroot, image_dir, extra_env=None):
"""Run the script which validates an
buildroot: The buildroot of the current build.
image_dir: The directory in which to find
extra_env: A dictionary of environmental variables to set during generation.
failures_lib.BuildScriptFailure if the test script fails.
cmd = ['./build_library/', '-o', image_dir]
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, cwd=constants.CROSUTILS_DIR,
def BuildVMImageForTesting(buildroot, board, extra_env=None):
cmd = ['./', '--board=%s' % board, '--test_image']
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, extra_env=extra_env, enter_chroot=True)
def RunTestImage(buildroot, board, image_dir, results_dir):
"""Executes test_image on the produced image in |image_dir|.
The "test_image" script will be run as root in chroot. Running the script as
root will allow the tests to read normally-forbidden files such as those
owned by root. Running tests inside the chroot allows us to control
dependencies better.
buildroot: The buildroot of the current build.
board: The board the image was built for.
image_dir: The directory in which to find the image.
results_dir: The directory to store result files.
failures_lib.BuildScriptFailure if the test script fails.
cmd = [
'--board', board,
'--test_results_root', cros_build_lib.ToChrootPath(results_dir),
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, enter_chroot=True, chromite_cmd=True,
def RunSignerTests(buildroot, board):
cmd = ['./security_test_image', '--board=%s' % board]
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, enter_chroot=True)
def RunUnitTests(buildroot, board, full, blacklist=None, extra_env=None):
cmd = ['cros_run_unit_tests', '--board=%s' % board]
# If we aren't running ALL tests, then restrict to just the packages
# uprev noticed were changed.
if not full:
package_file = _PACKAGE_FILE % {'buildroot': buildroot}
cmd += ['--package_file=%s' % git.ReinterpretPathForChroot(package_file)]
if blacklist:
cmd += ['--blacklist_packages=%s' % ' '.join(blacklist)]
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, enter_chroot=True, extra_env=extra_env or {})
def RunTestSuite(buildroot, board, image_dir, results_dir, test_type,
whitelist_chrome_crashes, archive_dir):
"""Runs the test harness suite."""
results_dir_in_chroot = os.path.join(buildroot, 'chroot',
osutils.RmDir(results_dir_in_chroot, ignore_missing=True)
cwd = os.path.join(buildroot, 'src', 'scripts')
image_path = os.path.join(image_dir, 'chromiumos_test_image.bin')
cmd = ['bin/ctest',
'--board=%s' % board,
'--target_image=%s' % image_path,
'--test_results_root=%s' % results_dir_in_chroot
if test_type not in constants.VALID_VM_TEST_TYPES:
raise AssertionError('Unrecognized test type %r' % test_type)
if test_type == constants.FULL_AU_TEST_TYPE:
cmd.append('--archive_dir=%s' % archive_dir)
if test_type == constants.SMOKE_SUITE_TEST_TYPE:
elif test_type == constants.TELEMETRY_SUITE_TEST_TYPE:
if whitelist_chrome_crashes:
result = cros_build_lib.RunCommand(cmd, cwd=cwd, error_code_ok=True)
if result.returncode:
if os.path.exists(results_dir_in_chroot):
error = '%s exited with code %d' % (' '.join(cmd), result.returncode)
with open(results_dir_in_chroot + '/failed_test_command', 'w') as failed:
raise TestFailure('** VMTests failed with code %d **' % result.returncode)
def RunDevModeTest(buildroot, board, image_dir):
"""Runs the dev mode testing script to verify dev-mode scripts work."""
crostestutils = os.path.join(buildroot, 'src', 'platform', 'crostestutils')
image_path = os.path.join(image_dir, 'chromiumos_test_image.bin')
test_script = 'devmode-test/'
cmd = [os.path.join(crostestutils, test_script), '--verbose', board,
def RunCrosVMTest(board, image_dir):
"""Runs cros_vm_test script to verify cros flash/deploy works."""
image_path = os.path.join(image_dir, 'chromiumos_test_image.bin')
test = cros_vm_test.CrosCommandTest(board, image_path)
def ListFailedTests(results_path):
"""Returns a list of failed tests.
Parse the test report logs from autotest to find failed tests.
results_path: Path to the directory of test results.
A lists of (test_name, relative/path/to/failed/tests)
# TODO: we don't have to parse the log to find failed tests once
# is fixed.
reports = []
for path, _, filenames in os.walk(results_path):
reports.extend([os.path.join(path, x) for x in filenames
failed_tests = []
processed_tests = []
for report in reports:
cros_build_lib.Info('Parsing test report %s', report)
# Format used in the report:
# /path/to/base/dir/test_harness/all/SimpleTestUpdateAndVerify/ \
# 2_autotest_tests/results-01-security_OpenSSLBlacklist [ FAILED ]
# /path/to/base/dir/test_harness/all/SimpleTestUpdateAndVerify/ \
# 2_autotest_tests/results-01-security_OpenSSLBlacklist/ \
# security_OpenBlacklist [ FAILED ]
with open(report) as f:
failed_re = re.compile(r'([\./\w-]*)\s*\[\s*(\S+?)\s*\]')
test_name_re = re.compile(r'results-[\d]+?-([\.\w_]*)')
for line in f:
r =
if r and == _TEST_FAILED:
# Process only failed tests.
file_path =
match =
if match:
test_name =
# If no match is found (due to format change or other
# reasons), simply use the last component of file_path.
test_name = os.path.basename(file_path)
# A test may have subtests. We don't want to list all subtests.
if test_name not in processed_tests:
base_dirname = os.path.basename(results_path)
# Get the relative path from the test_results directory. Note
# that file_path is a chroot path, while results_path is a
# non-chroot path, so we cannot use os.path.relpath directly.
rel_path = file_path.split(base_dirname)[1].lstrip(os.path.sep)
failed_tests.append((test_name, rel_path))
return failed_tests
def GetTestResultsDir(buildroot, test_results_dir):
"""Returns the test results directory located in chroot.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
test_results_dir: Path from buildroot/chroot to find test results.
This must a subdir of /tmp.
test_results_dir = test_results_dir.lstrip('/')
return os.path.join(buildroot, constants.DEFAULT_CHROOT_DIR, test_results_dir)
def ArchiveTestResults(results_path, archive_dir):
"""Archives the test results to |archive_dir|.
results_path: Path to test results.
archive_dir: Local directory to archive to.
cros_build_lib.SudoRunCommand(['chmod', '-R', 'a+rw', results_path],
if os.path.exists(archive_dir):
def _ShouldIgnore(dirname, file_list):
# Note: We exclude VM disk and memory images. Instead, they are
# archived via ArchiveVMFiles. Also skip any symlinks. gsutil
# hangs on broken symlinks.
return [x for x in file_list if
x.startswith(constants.VM_DISK_PREFIX) or
x.startswith(constants.VM_MEM_PREFIX) or
os.path.islink(os.path.join(dirname, x))]
shutil.copytree(results_path, archive_dir, symlinks=False,
def BuildAndArchiveTestResultsTarball(src_dir, buildroot):
"""Create a compressed tarball of test results.
src_dir: The directory containing the test results.
buildroot: Build root directory.
The name of the tarball.
target = '%s.tgz' % src_dir.rstrip(os.path.sep)
chroot = os.path.join(buildroot, constants.DEFAULT_CHROOT_DIR)
target, src_dir, compression=cros_build_lib.COMP_GZIP,
return os.path.basename(target)
def ArchiveVMFiles(buildroot, test_results_dir, archive_path):
"""Archives the VM memory and disk images into tarballs.
There may be multiple tests (e.g. SimpleTestUpdate and
SimpleTestUpdateAndVerify), and multiple files for each test (one
for the VM disk, and one for the VM memory). We create a separate
tar file for each of these files, so that each can be downloaded
buildroot: Build root directory.
test_results_dir: Path from buildroot/chroot to find test results.
This must a subdir of /tmp.
archive_path: Directory the tarballs should be written to.
The paths to the tarballs.
images_dir = os.path.join(buildroot, 'chroot', test_results_dir.lstrip('/'))
images = []
for path, _, filenames in os.walk(images_dir):
images.extend([os.path.join(path, filename) for filename in
fnmatch.filter(filenames, constants.VM_DISK_PREFIX + '*')])
images.extend([os.path.join(path, filename) for filename in
fnmatch.filter(filenames, constants.VM_MEM_PREFIX + '*')])
tar_files = []
for image_path in images:
image_rel_path = os.path.relpath(image_path, images_dir)
image_parent_dir = os.path.dirname(image_path)
image_file = os.path.basename(image_path)
tarball_path = os.path.join(archive_path,
"%s.tar" % image_rel_path.replace('/', '_'))
# Note that tar will chdir to |image_parent_dir|, so that |image_file|
# is at the top-level of the tar file.
return tar_files
@failures_lib.SetFailureType(SuiteTimedOut, timeout_util.TimeoutError)
def RunHWTestSuite(build, suite, board, pool=None, num=None, file_bugs=None,
wait_for_results=None, priority=None, timeout_mins=None,
retry=None, minimum_duts=0, suite_min_duts=0, debug=True):
"""Run the test suite in the Autotest lab.
build: The build is described as the bot_id and the build version.
e.g. x86-mario-release/R18-1655.0.0-a1-b1584.
suite: Name of the Autotest suite.
board: The board the test suite should be scheduled against.
pool: The pool of machines we should use to run the hw tests on.
num: Maximum number of devices to use when scheduling tests in the
hardware test lab.
file_bugs: File bugs on test failures for this suite run.
wait_for_results: If True, wait for autotest results before returning.
priority: Priority of this suite run.
timeout_mins: Timeout in minutes for the suite job and its sub-jobs.
retry: If True, will enable job-level retry. Only works when
wait_for_results is True.
minimum_duts: The minimum number of DUTs should be available in lab for the
suite job to be created. If it's set to 0, the check will be
suite_min_duts: Preferred minimum duts, lab will prioritize on getting
such many duts even if the suite is competing with
a suite that has higher priority.
debug: Whether we are in debug mode.
# TODO(scottz): RPC client option names are misnomers
'--build', build,
'--suite_name', suite,
'--board', board]
# Add optional arguments to command, if present.
if pool is not None:
cmd += ['--pool', pool]
if num is not None:
cmd += ['--num', str(num)]
if file_bugs is not None:
cmd += ['--file_bugs', str(file_bugs)]
if wait_for_results is not None:
cmd += ['--no_wait', str(not wait_for_results)]
if priority is not None:
cmd += ['--priority', priority]
if timeout_mins is not None:
cmd += ['--timeout_mins', str(timeout_mins)]
if retry is not None:
cmd += ['--retry', str(retry)]
if minimum_duts != 0:
cmd += ['--minimum_duts', str(minimum_duts)]
if suite_min_duts != 0:
cmd += ['--suite_min_duts', str(suite_min_duts)]
if debug:
cros_build_lib.Info('RunHWTestSuite would run: %s',
if timeout_mins is None:
result = cros_build_lib.RunCommand(cmd, error_code_ok=True)
with timeout_util.Timeout(
timeout_mins * 60 + constants.HWTEST_TIMEOUT_EXTENSION):
result = cros_build_lib.RunCommand(cmd, error_code_ok=True)
# run_suite error codes:
# 0 - OK: Tests ran and passed.
# 1 - ERROR: Tests ran and failed (or timed out).
# 2 - WARNING: Tests ran and passed with warning(s). Note that 2
# may also be CLIENT_HTTP_CODE error returned by
# We ignore that case for now.
# 3 - INFRA_FAILURE: Tests did not complete due to lab issues.
# 4 - SUITE_TIMEOUT: Suite timed out. This could be caused by
# infrastructure failures or by test failures.
# 11, 12, 13 for cases when rpc is down, see
lab_warning_codes = (2,)
infra_error_codes = (3, 11, 12, 13)
timeout_codes = (4,)
board_not_available_codes = (5,)
if result.returncode in lab_warning_codes:
raise TestWarning('** Suite passed with a warning code **')
elif result.returncode in infra_error_codes:
raise failures_lib.TestLabFailure(
'** HWTest did not complete due to infrastructure issues '
'(code %d) **' % result.returncode)
elif result.returncode in timeout_codes:
raise SuiteTimedOut('** Suite timed out before completion **')
elif result.returncode in board_not_available_codes:
raise BoardNotAvailable('** Board was not availble in the lab **')
elif result.returncode != 0:
raise TestFailure('** HWTest failed (code %d) **' % result.returncode)
def AbortHWTests(config_type_or_name, version, debug, suite=''):
"""Abort the specified hardware tests for the given bot(s).
config_type_or_name: Either the name of the builder (e.g. link-paladin) or
the config type if you want to abort all HWTests for
that config (e.g. cbuildbot_config.CONFIG_TYPE_FULL).
version: The version of the current build. E.g. R18-1655.0.0-rc1
debug: Whether we are in debug mode.
suite: Name of the Autotest suite. If empty, abort all suites.
# Abort all jobs for the given config and version.
# Example for a specific config: link-paladin/R35-5542.0.0-rc1
# Example for a config type: paladin/R35-5542.0.0-rc1
substr = '%s/%s' % (config_type_or_name, version)
# Actually abort the build.
'-i', substr,
'-s', suite]
if debug:
cros_build_lib.Info('AbortHWTests would run: %s',
except cros_build_lib.RunCommandError:
cros_build_lib.Warning('AbortHWTests failed', exc_info=True)
def _GetAbortCQHWTestsURL(version, suite):
"""Get the URL where we should save state about the specified abort command.
version: The version of the current build. E.g. R18-1655.0.0-rc1
suite: The suite argument that AbortCQHWTests was called with, if any.
url = '%s/hwtests-aborted/%s/suite=%s'
return url % (constants.MANIFEST_VERSIONS_GS_URL, version, suite)
def AbortCQHWTests(version, debug, suite=''):
"""Abort the specified hardware tests on the commit queue.
version: The version of the current build. E.g. R18-1655.0.0-rc1
debug: Whether we are in debug mode.
suite: Name of the Autotest suite. If empty, abort all suites.
# Mark the substr/suite as aborted in Google Storage.
ctx = gs.GSContext(dry_run=debug)
ctx.Copy('-', _GetAbortCQHWTestsURL(version, suite), input='')
# Abort all jobs for the given version, containing the 'paladin' suffix.
AbortHWTests(cbuildbot_config.CONFIG_TYPE_PALADIN, version, debug, suite)
def HaveCQHWTestsBeenAborted(version, suite=''):
"""Check in Google Storage whether the specified abort call was sent.
This function will return True if the following call has occurred:
AbortCQHWTests(version, debug=False, suite=suite)
version: The version of the current build. E.g. R18-1655.0.0-rc1
suite: The suite argument that AbortCQHWTests was called with, if any.
return gs.GSContext().Exists(_GetAbortCQHWTestsURL(version, suite))
def GenerateStackTraces(buildroot, board, test_results_dir,
archive_dir, got_symbols):
"""Generates stack traces for logs in |gzipped_test_tarball|
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
board: Name of the board being worked on.
test_results_dir: Directory of the test results.
archive_dir: Local directory for archiving.
got_symbols: True if breakpad symbols have been generated.
List of stack trace file names.
stack_trace_filenames = []
asan_log_signaled = False
board_path = cros_build_lib.GetSysroot(board=board)
symbol_dir = os.path.join(board_path, 'usr', 'lib', 'debug', 'breakpad')
for curr_dir, _subdirs, files in os.walk(test_results_dir):
for curr_file in files:
full_file_path = os.path.join(curr_dir, curr_file)
processed_file_path = '%s.txt' % full_file_path
# Distinguish whether the current file is a minidump or asan_log.
if curr_file.endswith('.dmp'):
# Skip crash files that were purposely generated or if
# breakpad symbols are absent.
if not got_symbols or curr_file.find('crasher_nobreakpad') == 0:
# Precess the minidump from within chroot.
minidump = git.ReinterpretPathForChroot(full_file_path)
cwd = os.path.join(buildroot, 'src', 'scripts')
['minidump_stackwalk', minidump, symbol_dir], cwd=cwd,
enter_chroot=True, error_code_ok=True, redirect_stderr=True,
debug_level=logging.DEBUG, log_stdout_to_file=processed_file_path)
# Process asan log.
# Prepend '/chrome/$board' path to the stack trace in log.
log_content = ''
with open(full_file_path) as f:
for line in f:
# Stack frame line example to be matched here:
# #0 0x721d1831 (/opt/google/chrome/chrome+0xb837831)
stackline_match ='^ *#[0-9]* 0x.* \(', line)
if stackline_match:
frame_end = stackline_match.span()[1]
line = line[:frame_end] + board_path + line[frame_end:]
log_content += line
# Symbolize and demangle it.
raw = cros_build_lib.RunCommand(
[''], input=log_content, enter_chroot=True,
debug_level=logging.DEBUG, capture_output=True,
extra_env={'LLVM_SYMBOLIZER_PATH' : '/usr/bin/llvm-symbolizer'})
input=raw.output, debug_level=logging.DEBUG,
cwd=buildroot, redirect_stderr=True,
# Break the bot if asan_log found. This is because some asan
# crashes may not fail any test so the bot stays green.
# Ex:
if not asan_log_signaled:
asan_log_signaled = True
'Asan crash occurred. See asan_logs in Artifacts.')
# Append the processed file to archive.
filename = ArchiveFile(processed_file_path, archive_dir)
return stack_trace_filenames
def ArchiveFile(file_to_archive, archive_dir):
"""Archives the specified file.
file_to_archive: Full path to file to archive.
archive_dir: Local directory for archiving.
The base name of the archived file.
filename = os.path.basename(file_to_archive)
if archive_dir:
archived_file = os.path.join(archive_dir, filename)
shutil.copy(file_to_archive, archived_file)
os.chmod(archived_file, 0o644)
return filename
def MarkChromeAsStable(buildroot,
"""Returns the portage atom for the revved chrome ebuild - see man emerge."""
cwd = os.path.join(buildroot, 'src', 'scripts')
extra_env = None
chroot_args = None
command = ['../../chromite/bin/cros_mark_chrome_as_stable',
'--tracking_branch=%s' % tracking_branch]
if boards:
command.append('--boards=%s' % ':'.join(boards))
if chrome_version:
command.append('--force_version=%s' % chrome_version)
portage_atom_string = cros_build_lib.RunCommand(
command + [chrome_rev],
chrome_atom = None
if portage_atom_string:
chrome_atom = portage_atom_string.splitlines()[-1].partition('=')[-1]
if not chrome_atom:
cros_build_lib.Info('Found nothing to rev.')
return None
for board in boards:
# If we're using a version of Chrome other than the latest one, we need
# to unmask it manually.
if chrome_rev != constants.CHROME_REV_LATEST:
keywords_file = CHROME_KEYWORDS_FILE % {'board': board}
for keywords_file in (CHROME_KEYWORDS_FILE % {'board': board},
CHROME_UNMASK_FILE % {'board': board}):
['mkdir', '-p', os.path.dirname(keywords_file)],
enter_chroot=True, cwd=cwd)
['tee', keywords_file], input='=%s\n' % chrome_atom,
enter_chroot=True, cwd=cwd)
# Sanity check: We should always be able to merge the version of
# Chrome we just unmasked.
['emerge-%s' % board, '-p', '--quiet', '=%s' % chrome_atom],
enter_chroot=True, combine_stdout_stderr=True, capture_output=True)
except cros_build_lib.RunCommandError:
cros_build_lib.Error('Cannot emerge-%s =%s\nIs Chrome pinned to an '
'older version?' % (board, chrome_atom))
return chrome_atom
def CleanupChromeKeywordsFile(boards, buildroot):
"""Cleans chrome uprev artifact if it exists."""
for board in boards:
keywords_path_in_chroot = CHROME_KEYWORDS_FILE % {'board': board}
keywords_file = '%s/chroot%s' % (buildroot, keywords_path_in_chroot)
if os.path.exists(keywords_file):
cros_build_lib.SudoRunCommand(['rm', '-f', keywords_file])
def UprevPackages(buildroot, boards, overlays, enter_chroot=True):
"""Uprevs non-browser chromium os packages that have changed."""
drop_file = _PACKAGE_FILE % {'buildroot': buildroot}
if enter_chroot:
overlays = [git.ReinterpretPathForChroot(x) for x in overlays]
drop_file = git.ReinterpretPathForChroot(drop_file)
cmd = ['cros_mark_as_stable', '--all',
'--boards=%s' % ':'.join(boards),
'--overlays=%s' % ':'.join(overlays),
'--drop_file=%s' % drop_file,
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, chromite_cmd=True, enter_chroot=enter_chroot)
def UprevPush(buildroot, overlays, dryrun):
"""Pushes uprev changes to the main line."""
cmd = ['cros_mark_as_stable',
'--srcroot=%s' % os.path.join(buildroot, 'src'),
'--overlays=%s' % ':'.join(overlays)
if dryrun:
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, chromite_cmd=True)
def ExtractDependencies(buildroot, packages, board=None, useflags=None,
cpe_format=False, raw_cmd_result=False):
"""Extracts dependencies for |packages|.
buildroot: The root directory where the build occurs.
packages: A list of packages for which to extract dependencies.
board: Board type that was built on this machine.
useflags: A list of useflags for this build.
cpe_format: Set output format to CPE-only JSON; otherwise,
output traditional deps.
raw_cmd_result: If set True, returns the CommandResult object.
Otherwise, returns the dependencies as a dictionary.
Returns the CommandResult object if |raw_cmd_result| is set; returns
the dependencies in a dictionary otherwise.
cmd = ['cros_extract_deps']
if board:
cmd += ['--board', board]
if cpe_format:
cmd += ['--format=cpe']
cmd += ['--format=deps']
cmd += packages
env = {}
if useflags:
env['USE'] = ' '.join(useflags)
if raw_cmd_result:
return RunBuildScript(
buildroot, cmd, enter_chroot=True, chromite_cmd=True,
capture_output=True, extra_env=env)
# The stdout of cros_extract_deps may contain undesirable
# output. Avoid that by instructing the script to explicitly dump
# the deps into a file.
with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(
dir=os.path.join(buildroot, 'chroot', 'tmp')) as f:
cmd += ['--output-path', cros_build_lib.ToChrootPath(]
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, enter_chroot=True,
chromite_cmd=True, capture_output=True, extra_env=env)
return json.loads(
def GenerateCPEExport(buildroot, board, useflags=None):
"""Generate CPE export.
buildroot: The root directory where the build occurs.
board: Board type that was built on this machine.
useflags: A list of useflags for this build.
A CommandResult object with the results of running the CPE
export command.
return ExtractDependencies(
buildroot, ['virtual/target-os'], board=board,
useflags=useflags, cpe_format=True, raw_cmd_result=True)
def GenerateBreakpadSymbols(buildroot, board, debug):
"""Generate breakpad symbols.
buildroot: The root directory where the build occurs.
board: Board type that was built on this machine.
debug: Include extra debugging output.
# We don't care about firmware symbols.
# See
exclude_dirs = ['firmware']
cmd = ['cros_generate_breakpad_symbols', '--board=%s' % board,
'--jobs=%s' % str(max([1, multiprocessing.cpu_count() / 2]))]
cmd += ['--exclude-dir=%s' % x for x in exclude_dirs]
if debug:
cmd += ['--debug']
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, enter_chroot=True, chromite_cmd=True)
def GenerateDebugTarball(buildroot, board, archive_path, gdb_symbols):
"""Generates a debug tarball in the archive_dir.
buildroot: The root directory where the build occurs.
board: Board type that was built on this machine
archive_path: Directory where tarball should be stored.
gdb_symbols: Include *.debug files for debugging core files with gdb.
The filename of the created debug tarball.
# Generate debug tarball. This needs to run as root because some of the
# symbols are only readable by root.
chroot = os.path.join(buildroot, 'chroot')
board_dir = os.path.join(chroot, 'build', board, 'usr', 'lib')
debug_tgz = os.path.join(archive_path, 'debug.tgz')
extra_args = None
inputs = None
if gdb_symbols:
extra_args = ['--exclude',
os.path.join('debug', constants.AUTOTEST_BUILD_PATH),
'--exclude', 'debug/tests']
inputs = ['debug']
inputs = ['debug/breakpad']
debug_tgz, board_dir, sudo=True, compression=cros_build_lib.COMP_GZIP,
chroot=chroot, inputs=inputs, extra_args=extra_args)
# Fix permissions and ownership on debug tarball.
cros_build_lib.SudoRunCommand(['chown', str(os.getuid()), debug_tgz])
os.chmod(debug_tgz, 0o644)
return os.path.basename(debug_tgz)
def GenerateHtmlIndex(index, files, url_base=None, head=None, tail=None):
"""Generate a simple index.html file given a set of filenames
index: The file to write the html index to.
files: The list of files to create the index of. If a string, then it
may be a path to a file (with one file per line), or a directory
(which will be listed).
url_base: The URL to prefix to all elements (otherwise they'll be relative).
head: All the content before the listing. '<html><body>' if not specified.
tail: All the content after the listing. '</body></html>' if not specified.
def GenLink(target, name=None):
if name == '':
return ''
return ('<li><a href="%s%s">%s</a></li>'
% (url_base, target, name if name else target))
if isinstance(files, (unicode, str)):
if os.path.isdir(files):
files = os.listdir(files)
files = osutils.ReadFile(files).splitlines()
url_base = url_base + '/' if url_base else ''
if not head:
head = '<html><body>'
html = head + '<ul>'
dot = ('.',)
dot_dot = ('..',)
links = []
for a in sorted(set(files)):
a = a.split('|')
if a[0] == '.':
dot = a
elif a[0] == '..':
dot_dot = a
links.insert(0, GenLink(*dot_dot))
links.insert(0, GenLink(*dot))
html += '\n'.join(links)
if not tail:
tail = '</body></html>'
html += '</ul>' + tail
osutils.WriteFile(index, html)
def _UploadPathToGS(local_path, upload_urls, debug, timeout, acl=None):
"""Upload |local_path| to Google Storage.
local_path: Local path to upload.
upload_urls: Iterable of GS locations to upload to.
debug: Whether we are in debug mode.
filename: Filename of the file to upload.
timeout: Timeout in seconds.
acl: Canned gsutil acl to use.
gs_context = gs.GSContext(acl=acl, dry_run=debug)
for upload_url in upload_urls:
with timeout_util.Timeout(timeout):
gs_context.CopyInto(local_path, upload_url, parallel=True,
def UploadArchivedFile(archive_dir, upload_urls, filename, debug,
update_list=False, timeout=2 * 60 * 60, acl=None):
"""Uploads |filename| in |archive_dir| to Google Storage.
archive_dir: Path to the archive directory.
upload_urls: Iterable of GS locations to upload to.
debug: Whether we are in debug mode.
filename: Name of the file to upload.
update_list: Flag to update the list of uploaded files.
timeout: Timeout in seconds.
acl: Canned gsutil acl to use.
# Upload the file.
file_path = os.path.join(archive_dir, filename)
_UploadPathToGS(file_path, upload_urls, debug, timeout, acl=acl)
if update_list:
# Append |filename| to the local list of uploaded files and archive
# the list to Google Storage. As long as the |filename| string is
# less than PIPE_BUF (> 512 bytes), the append is atomic.
uploaded_file_path = os.path.join(archive_dir, UPLOADED_LIST_FILENAME)
osutils.WriteFile(uploaded_file_path, filename + '\n', mode='a')
_UploadPathToGS(uploaded_file_path, upload_urls, debug, timeout)
def UploadSymbols(buildroot, board, official, cnt, failed_list):
"""Upload debug symbols for this build."""
cmd = ['upload_symbols', '--yes', '--board', board,
'--root', os.path.join(buildroot, constants.DEFAULT_CHROOT_DIR)]
if failed_list is not None:
cmd += ['--failed-list', str(failed_list)]
if official:
if cnt is not None:
cmd += ['--upload-limit', str(cnt)]
# We don't want to import upload_symbols directly because it uses the
# swarming module which itself imports a _lot_ of stuff. It has also
# been known to hang. We want to keep cbuildbot isolated & robust.
ret = RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, chromite_cmd=True, error_code_ok=True)
if ret.returncode:
# TODO(davidjames): Convert this to a fatal error.
# See
def PushImages(board, archive_url, dryrun, profile, sign_types=()):
"""Push the generated image to the release bucket for signing."""
# Log the equivalent command for debugging purposes.
log_cmd = ['pushimage', '--board=%s' % board]
if dryrun:
if profile:
log_cmd.append('--profile=%s' % profile)
if sign_types:
log_cmd.append('--sign-types=%s' % ' '.join(sign_types))
cros_build_lib.Info('Running: %s' % cros_build_lib.CmdToStr(log_cmd))
return pushimage.PushImage(archive_url, board, profile=profile,
sign_types=sign_types, dry_run=dryrun)
except pushimage.PushError as e:
return e.args[1]
def BuildFactoryInstallImage(buildroot, board, extra_env):
"""Build a factory install image.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
board: Board type that was built on this machine
extra_env: Flags to be added to the environment for the new process.
The basename of the symlink created for the image.
# We use build_attempt=3 here to ensure that this image uses a different
# output directory from our regular image and the factory test image.
cmd = ['./build_image',
'--board=%s' % board,
'--symlink=%s' % alias,
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, extra_env=extra_env, capture_output=True,
return alias
def MakeNetboot(buildroot, board, image_dir):
"""Build a netboot image.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
board: Board type that was built on this machine.
image_dir: Directory containing factory install shim.
cmd = ['./',
'--board=%s' % board,
'--image_dir=%s' % git.ReinterpretPathForChroot(image_dir)]
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, capture_output=True, enter_chroot=True)
def MakeFactoryToolkit(buildroot, board, output_dir, version=None):
"""Build a factory toolkit.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
board: Board type that was built on this machine.
output_dir: Directory for the resulting factory toolkit.
version: Version string to be included in ID string.
cmd = ['./',
'--board=%s' % board,
'--output_dir=%s' % git.ReinterpretPathForChroot(output_dir)]
if version is not None:
cmd.extend(['--version', version])
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, capture_output=True, enter_chroot=True)
def BuildRecoveryImage(buildroot, board, image_dir, extra_env):
"""Build a recovery image.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
board: Board type that was built on this machine.
image_dir: Directory containing base image.
extra_env: Flags to be added to the environment for the new process.
image = os.path.join(image_dir, constants.BASE_IMAGE_BIN)
cmd = ['./',
'--board=%s' % board,
'--image=%s' % git.ReinterpretPathForChroot(image)]
RunBuildScript(buildroot, cmd, extra_env=extra_env, capture_output=True,
def BuildTarball(buildroot, input_list, tarball_output, cwd=None,
compressed=True, **kwargs):
"""Tars and zips files and directories from input_list to tarball_output.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
input_list: A list of files and directories to be archived.
tarball_output: Path of output tar archive file.
cwd: Current working directory when tar command is executed.
compressed: Whether or not the tarball should be compressed with pbzip2.
**kwargs: Keyword arguments to pass to CreateTarball.
Return value of cros_build_lib.CreateTarball.
compressor = cros_build_lib.COMP_NONE
chroot = None
if compressed:
compressor = cros_build_lib.COMP_BZIP2
chroot = os.path.join(buildroot, 'chroot')
return cros_build_lib.CreateTarball(
tarball_output, cwd, compression=compressor, chroot=chroot,
inputs=input_list, **kwargs)
def FindFilesWithPattern(pattern, target='./', cwd=os.curdir, exclude_dirs=()):
"""Search the root directory recursively for matching filenames.
pattern: the pattern used to match the filenames.
target: the target directory to search.
cwd: current working directory.
exclude_dirs: Directories to not include when searching.
A list of paths of the matched files.
# Backup the current working directory before changing it
old_cwd = os.getcwd()
matches = []
for target, _, filenames in os.walk(target):
if not any(target.startswith(e) for e in exclude_dirs):
for filename in fnmatch.filter(filenames, pattern):
matches.append(os.path.join(target, filename))
# Restore the working directory
return matches
def BuildAUTestTarball(buildroot, board, work_dir, version, archive_url):
"""Tar up the au test artifacts into the tarball_dir.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
board: Board type that was built on this machine.
work_dir: Location for doing work.
version: Basic version of the build i.e. 3289.23.0.
archive_url: GS directory where we uploaded payloads.
au_test_tarball = os.path.join(work_dir, 'au_control.tar.bz2')
cwd = os.path.join(buildroot, 'src', 'third_party', 'autotest', 'files')
control_files_subdir = os.path.join('autotest', 'au_control_files')
autotest_dir = os.path.join(work_dir, control_files_subdir)
# Get basic version without R*.
basic_version ='R[0-9]+-([0-9][\w.]+)', version).group(1)
# Pass in the python paths to the libs full release test needs.
env_dict = dict(
devserver_path=os.path.join(buildroot, 'src', 'platform', 'dev'))
python_path = '%(chromite_path)s:%(devserver_path)s' % env_dict
cmd = ['site_utils/autoupdate/',
'--npo', '--nmo', '--dump',
'--dump_dir', autotest_dir, '--archive_url', archive_url,
basic_version, board, '--log=debug']
gs_context_dir = os.path.dirname(gs.GSContext.GetDefaultGSUtilBin())
run_env = None
if not gs_context_dir in os.environ['PATH']:
run_env = os.environ.copy()
run_env['PATH'] += ':%s' % gs_context_dir
run_env = os.environ
run_env.setdefault('PYTHONPATH', '')
run_env['PYTHONPATH'] += ':%s' % python_path
cros_build_lib.RunCommand(cmd, env=run_env, cwd=cwd)
BuildTarball(buildroot, [control_files_subdir], au_test_tarball, cwd=work_dir)
return au_test_tarball
def BuildAutotestControlFilesTarball(buildroot, cwd, tarball_dir):
"""Tar up the autotest control files.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
cwd: Current working directory.
tarball_dir: Location for storing autotest tarball.
Path of the partial autotest control files tarball.
# Find the control files in autotest/
control_files = FindFilesWithPattern('control*', target='autotest', cwd=cwd,
control_files_tarball = os.path.join(tarball_dir, 'control_files.tar')
BuildTarball(buildroot, control_files, control_files_tarball, cwd=cwd,
return control_files_tarball
def BuildAutotestPackagesTarball(buildroot, cwd, tarball_dir):
"""Tar up the autotest packages.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
cwd: Current working directory.
tarball_dir: Location for storing autotest tarball.
Path of the partial autotest packages tarball.
input_list = ['autotest/packages']
packages_tarball = os.path.join(tarball_dir, 'autotest_packages.tar')
BuildTarball(buildroot, input_list, packages_tarball, cwd=cwd,
return packages_tarball
def BuildAutotestTestSuitesTarball(buildroot, cwd, tarball_dir):
"""Tar up the autotest test suite control files.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
cwd: Current working directory.
tarball_dir: Location for storing autotest tarball.
Path of the autotest test suites tarball.
test_suites_tarball = os.path.join(tarball_dir, 'test_suites.tar.bz2')
BuildTarball(buildroot, ['autotest/test_suites'], test_suites_tarball,
return test_suites_tarball
def BuildAutotestServerPackageTarball(buildroot, cwd, tarball_dir):
"""Tar up the autotest files required by the server package.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
cwd: Current working directory.
tarball_dir: Location for storing autotest tarballs.
The path of the autotest server package tarball.
# Find all files in autotest excluding certain directories.
autotest_files = FindFilesWithPattern(
'*', target='autotest', cwd=cwd,
exclude_dirs=('autotest/packages', 'autotest/client/deps/',
'autotest/client/tests', 'autotest/client/site_tests'))
tarball = os.path.join(tarball_dir, 'autotest_server_package.tar.bz2')
BuildTarball(buildroot, autotest_files, tarball, cwd=cwd, error_code_ok=True)
return tarball
def BuildFullAutotestTarball(buildroot, board, tarball_dir):
"""Tar up the full autotest directory into image_dir.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
board: Board type that was built on this machine.
tarball_dir: Location for storing autotest tarballs.
A tuple the path of the full autotest tarball.
tarball = os.path.join(tarball_dir, 'autotest.tar.bz2')
cwd = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(buildroot, 'chroot', 'build', board,
constants.AUTOTEST_BUILD_PATH, '..'))
result = BuildTarball(buildroot, ['autotest'], tarball, cwd=cwd,
# Emerging the autotest package to the factory test image while this is
# running modifies the timestamp on /build/autotest/server by
# adding a tmp directory underneath it.
# When tar spots this, it flags this and returns
# status code 1. The tarball is still OK, although there might be a few
# unneeded (and garbled) tmp files. If tar fails in a different way, it'll
# return an error code other than 1.
# TODO: Fix the autotest ebuild. See
if result.returncode not in (0, 1):
raise Exception('Autotest tarball creation failed with exit code %s'
% (result.returncode))
return tarball
def BuildImageZip(archive_dir, image_dir):
"""Build in archive_dir from contents of image_dir.
Exclude the dev image from the zipfile.
archive_dir: Directory to store
image_dir: Directory to zip up.
The basename of the zipfile.
filename = ''
zipfile = os.path.join(archive_dir, filename)
cros_build_lib.RunCommand(['zip', zipfile, '-r', '.'], cwd=image_dir,
return filename
def BuildStandaloneArchive(archive_dir, image_dir, artifact_info):
"""Create a compressed archive from the specified image information.
The artifact info is derived from a JSON file in the board overlay. It
should be in the following format:
"artifacts": [
{ artifact },
{ artifact },
Each artifact can contain the following keys:
input - Required. A list of paths and globs that expands to
the list of files to archive.
output - the name of the archive to be created. If omitted,
it will default to the first filename, stripped of
extensions, plus the appropriate .tar.gz or other suffix.
archive - "tar" or "zip". If omitted, files will be uploaded
directly, without being archived together.
compress - a value cros_build_lib.CompressionStrToType knows about. Only
useful for tar. If omitted, an uncompressed tar will be created.
archive_dir: Directory to store image zip.
image_dir: Base path for all inputs.
artifact_info: Extended archive configuration dictionary containing:
- paths - required, list of files to archive.
- output, archive & compress entries from the JSON file.
The base name of the archive.
A ValueError if the compression or archive values are unknown.
A KeyError is a required field is missing from artifact_info.
if 'archive' not in artifact_info:
# Nothing to do, just return the list as-is.
return artifact_info['paths']
inputs = artifact_info['paths']
archive = artifact_info['archive']
compress = artifact_info.get('compress')
compress_type = cros_build_lib.CompressionStrToType(compress)
if compress_type is None:
raise ValueError('unknown compression type: %s' % compress)
# If the output is fixed, use that. Otherwise, construct it
# from the name of the first archived file, stripping extensions.
filename = artifact_info.get(
'output', '%s.%s' % (os.path.splitext(inputs[0])[0], archive))
if archive == 'tar':
# Add the .compress extension if we don't have a fixed name.
if 'output' not in artifact_info and compress:
filename = "%s.%s" % (filename, compress)
extra_env = {'XZ_OPT': '-1'}
os.path.join(archive_dir, filename), image_dir,
inputs=inputs, compression=compress_type, extra_env=extra_env)
elif archive == 'zip':
['zip', os.path.join(archive_dir, filename), '-r'] + inputs,
cwd=image_dir, capture_output=True)
raise ValueError('unknown archive type: %s' % archive)
return [filename]
def BuildFirmwareArchive(buildroot, board, archive_dir):
"""Build firmware_from_source.tar.bz2 in archive_dir from build root.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
board: Board name of build target.
archive_dir: Directory to store output file.
The basename of the archived file, or None if the target board does
not have firmware from source.
firmware_root = os.path.join(buildroot, 'chroot', 'build', board, 'firmware')
source_list = [os.path.relpath(f, firmware_root)
for f in glob.iglob(os.path.join(firmware_root, '*'))]
if not source_list:
return None
archive_name = 'firmware_from_source.tar.bz2'
archive_file = os.path.join(archive_dir, archive_name)
BuildTarball(buildroot, source_list, archive_file, cwd=firmware_root)
return archive_name
def BuildFactoryZip(buildroot, board, archive_dir, factory_shim_dir,
factory_toolkit_dir, version=None):
"""Build in archive_dir.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
board: Board name of build target.
archive_dir: Directory to store
factory_shim_dir: Directory containing factory shim.
factory_toolkit_dir: Directory containing factory toolkit.
version: The version string to be included in the factory
The basename of the zipfile.
filename = ''
# Creates a staging temporary folder.
temp_dir = tempfile.mkdtemp(prefix='cbuildbot_factory')
zipfile = os.path.join(archive_dir, filename)
cmd = ['zip', '-r', zipfile, '.']
# Rules for archive: { folder: pattern }
rules = {
['*factory_install*.bin', '*partition*',
os.path.join('netboot', '*')],
['*factory_image*.bin', '*partition*', ''],
for folder, patterns in rules.items():
if not folder or not os.path.exists(folder):
basename = os.path.basename(folder)
target = os.path.join(temp_dir, basename)
os.symlink(folder, target)
for pattern in patterns:
cmd.extend(['--include', os.path.join(basename, pattern)])
# Everything in /usr/local/factory/bundle gets overlaid into the
# bundle.
bundle_src_dir = os.path.join(
buildroot, 'chroot', 'build', board, 'usr', 'local', 'factory', 'bundle')
if os.path.exists(bundle_src_dir):
for f in os.listdir(bundle_src_dir):
src_path = os.path.join(bundle_src_dir, f)
os.symlink(src_path, os.path.join(temp_dir, f))
f if os.path.isfile(src_path) else
os.path.join(f, '*')])
# Add a version file in the zip file.
if version is not None:
version_file = os.path.join(temp_dir, 'BUILD_VERSION')
osutils.WriteFile(version_file, version)
cmd.extend(['--include', version_file])
cros_build_lib.RunCommand(cmd, cwd=temp_dir, capture_output=True)
return filename
def ArchiveHWQual(buildroot, hwqual_name, archive_dir, image_dir):
"""Create a hwqual tarball in archive_dir.
buildroot: Root directory where build occurs.
hwqual_name: Name for tarball.
archive_dir: Local directory for hwqual tarball.
image_dir: Directory containing test image.
scripts_dir = os.path.join(buildroot, 'src', 'scripts')
cmd = [os.path.join(scripts_dir, 'archive_hwqual'),
'--from', archive_dir,
'--image_dir', image_dir,
'--output_tag', hwqual_name]
cros_build_lib.RunCommand(cmd, capture_output=True)
return '%s.tar.bz2' % hwqual_name
def CreateTestRoot(build_root):
"""Returns a temporary directory for test results in chroot.
The path inside the chroot rather than whole path.
# Create test directory within tmp in chroot.
chroot = os.path.join(build_root, 'chroot')
chroot_tmp = os.path.join(chroot, 'tmp')
test_root = tempfile.mkdtemp(prefix='cbuildbot', dir=chroot_tmp)
# Path inside chroot.
return os.path.sep + os.path.relpath(test_root, start=chroot)
def GeneratePayloads(build_root, target_image_path, archive_dir, full=False,
delta=False, stateful=False):
"""Generates the payloads for hw testing.
build_root: The root of the chromium os checkout.
target_image_path: The path to the image to generate payloads to.
archive_dir: Where to store payloads we generated.
full: Generate full payloads.
delta: Generate delta payloads.
stateful: Generate stateful payload.
real_target = os.path.realpath(target_image_path)
# The path to the target should look something like this:
# .../link/R37-5952.0.2014_06_12_2302-a1/chromiumos_test_image.bin
board, os_version = real_target.split('/')[-3:-1]
prefix = 'chromeos'
suffix = 'dev.bin'
cwd = os.path.join(build_root, 'src', 'scripts')
path = git.ReinterpretPathForChroot(
os.path.join(build_root, 'src', 'platform', 'dev', 'host'))
chroot_dir = os.path.join(build_root, 'chroot')
chroot_tmp = os.path.join(chroot_dir, 'tmp')
chroot_target = git.ReinterpretPathForChroot(target_image_path)
with osutils.TempDir(base_dir=chroot_tmp,
prefix='generate_payloads') as temp_dir:
chroot_temp_dir = temp_dir.replace(chroot_dir, '', 1)
cmd = [
os.path.join(path, 'cros_generate_update_payload'),
'--image', chroot_target,
'--output', os.path.join(chroot_temp_dir, 'update.gz')
if full:
cros_build_lib.RunCommand(cmd, enter_chroot=True, cwd=cwd)
name = '_'.join([prefix, os_version, board, 'full', suffix])
# Names for full payloads look something like this:
# chromeos_R37-5952.0.2014_06_12_2302-a1_link_full_dev.bin
shutil.move(os.path.join(temp_dir, 'update.gz'),
os.path.join(archive_dir, name))
cmd.extend(['--src_image', chroot_target])
if delta:
cros_build_lib.RunCommand(cmd, enter_chroot=True, cwd=cwd)
# Names for delta payloads look something like this:
# chromeos_R37-5952.0.2014_06_12_2302-a1_R37-
# 5952.0.2014_06_12_2302-a1_link_delta_dev.bin
name = '_'.join([prefix, os_version, os_version, board, 'delta', suffix])
shutil.move(os.path.join(temp_dir, 'update.gz'),
os.path.join(archive_dir, name))
if stateful:
cmd = [
os.path.join(path, 'cros_generate_stateful_update_payload'),
'--image', chroot_target,
'--output', chroot_temp_dir
cros_build_lib.RunCommand(cmd, enter_chroot=True, cwd=cwd)
shutil.move(os.path.join(temp_dir, STATEFUL_FILE),
os.path.join(archive_dir, STATEFUL_FILE))
def GetChromeLKGM(revision):
"""Returns the ChromeOS LKGM from Chrome given the git revision."""
revision = revision or 'refs/heads/master'
lkgm_url_path = '%s/+/%s/%s?format=text' % (
constants.CHROMIUM_SRC_PROJECT, revision, constants.PATH_TO_CHROME_LKGM)
contents_b64 = gob_util.FetchUrl(constants.EXTERNAL_GOB_HOST, lkgm_url_path)
return base64.b64decode(
def SyncChrome(build_root, chrome_root, useflags, tag=None, revision=None):
"""Sync chrome.
build_root: The root of the chromium os checkout.
chrome_root: The directory where chrome is stored.
useflags: Array of use flags.
tag: If supplied, the Chrome tag to sync.
revision: If supplied, the Chrome revision to sync.
# --reset tells sync_chrome to blow away local changes and to feel
# free to delete any directories that get in the way of syncing. This
# is needed for unattended operation.
sync_chrome = os.path.join(build_root, 'chromite', 'bin', 'sync_chrome')
internal = constants.USE_CHROME_INTERNAL in useflags
cmd = [sync_chrome, '--reset']
cmd += ['--internal'] if internal else []
cmd += ['--tag', tag] if tag is not None else []
cmd += ['--revision', revision] if revision is not None else []
cmd += [chrome_root]
retry_util.RunCommandWithRetries(constants.SYNC_RETRIES, cmd, cwd=build_root)
def PatchChrome(chrome_root, patch, subdir):
"""Apply a patch to Chrome.
chrome_root: The directory where chrome is stored.
patch: Rietveld issue number to apply.
subdir: Subdirectory to apply patch in.
cmd = ['apply_issue', '-i', patch]
cros_build_lib.RunCommand(cmd, cwd=os.path.join(chrome_root, subdir))
class ChromeSDK(object):
"""Wrapper for the 'cros chrome-sdk' command."""
def __init__(self, cwd, board, extra_args=None, chrome_src=None, goma=False,
debug_log=True, cache_dir=None, target_tc=None,
cwd: Where to invoke 'cros chrome-sdk'.
board: The board to run chrome-sdk for.
extra_args: Extra args to pass in on the command line.
chrome_src: Path to pass in with --chrome-src.
goma: If True, run using goma.
debug_log: If set, run with debug log-level.
cache_dir: Specify non-default cache directory.
target_tc: Override target toolchain.
toolchain_url: Override toolchain url pattern.
self.cwd = cwd
self.board = board
self.extra_args = extra_args or []
if chrome_src:
self.extra_args += ['--chrome-src', chrome_src]
self.goma = goma
if not self.goma:
self.debug_log = debug_log
self.cache_dir = cache_dir
self.target_tc = target_tc
self.toolchain_url = toolchain_url
def _GetDefaultTargets(self):
"""Get the default chrome targets to build."""
targets = ['chrome', 'chrome_sandbox']
use_flags = portage_util.GetInstalledPackageUseFlags(constants.CHROME_CP,
if 'nacl' in use_flags.get(constants.CHROME_CP, []):
targets += ['nacl_helper']
return targets
def Run(self, cmd, extra_args=None):
"""Run a command inside the chrome-sdk context."""
cros_cmd = ['cros']
if self.debug_log:
cros_cmd += ['--log-level', 'debug']
if self.cache_dir:
cros_cmd += ['--cache-dir', self.cache_dir]
if self.target_tc:
self.extra_args += ['--target-tc', self.target_tc]
if self.toolchain_url:
self.extra_args += ['--toolchain-url', self.toolchain_url]
cros_cmd += ['chrome-sdk', '--board', self.board] + self.extra_args
cros_cmd += (extra_args or []) + ['--'] + cmd
cros_build_lib.RunCommand(cros_cmd, cwd=self.cwd)
def Ninja(self, jobs=None, debug=False, targets=None):
"""Run 'ninja' inside a chrome-sdk context.
jobs: The number of -j jobs to run.
debug: Whether to do a Debug build (defaults to Release).
targets: The targets to compile.
if jobs is None:
jobs = self.DEFAULT_JOBS_GOMA if self.goma else self.DEFAULT_JOBS
if targets is None:
targets = self._GetDefaultTargets()
flavor = 'Debug' if debug else 'Release'
cmd = ['ninja', '-C', 'out_%s/%s' % (self.board, flavor), '-j', str(jobs)]
self.Run(cmd + list(targets))