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# Copyright (c) 2013 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.
"""Integration tests for the devserver.
This module is responsible for testing the actual devserver APIs and should be
run whenever changes are made to the devserver.
Note there are two classes of tests here and they can be run separately.
To just run the short-running "unittests" run:
./ DevserverUnittests
To just run the longer-running tests, run:
./ DevserverIntegrationTests
import devserver_constants
import json
import logging
from xml.dom import minidom
import os
import psutil
import shutil
import signal
import subprocess
import tempfile
import time
import unittest
import urllib2
# Paths are relative to this script's base directory.
LABEL = 'devserver'
TEST_IMAGE_PATH = 'testdata/devserver'
TEST_IMAGE_NAME = 'update.gz'
EXPECTED_HASH = 'kGcOinJ0vA8vdYX53FN0F5BdwfY='
# Update request based on Omaha v3 protocol format.
UPDATE_REQUEST = """<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<request version="ChromeOSUpdateEngine-" updaterversion="ChromeOSUpdateEngine-" protocol="3.0" ismachine="1">
<os version="Indy" platform="Chrome OS" sp=""></os>
<app appid="{DEV-BUILD}" version="11.254.2011_03_09_1814" lang="en-US" track="developer-build" board="x86-generic" hardware_class="BETA DVT" delta_okay="true">
# RPC constants.
STAGE = 'stage'
IS_STAGED = 'is_staged'
STATIC = 'static'
UPDATE = 'update'
CHECK_HEALTH = 'check_health'
CONTROL_FILES = 'controlfiles'
XBUDDY = 'xbuddy'
# API rpcs and constants.
API_HOST_INFO = 'api/hostinfo'
API_SET_NEXT_UPDATE = 'api/setnextupdate'
API_SET_UPDATE_REQUEST = 'new_update-test/the-new-update'
class DevserverFailedToStart(Exception):
"""Raised if we could not start the devserver."""
class DevserverTestBase(unittest.TestCase):
"""Class containing common logic between devserver test classes."""
def setUp(self):
"""Creates and populates a test directory, temporary files."""
self.test_data_path = tempfile.mkdtemp()
self.src_dir = os.path.dirname(__file__)
# Current location of testdata payload.
image_src = os.path.join(self.src_dir, TEST_IMAGE_PATH, TEST_IMAGE_NAME)
# Copy the payload to the location of the update label.
self._CreateLabelAndCopyImage(LABEL, image_src)
# Copy the payload to the location of forced label.
self._CreateLabelAndCopyImage(API_SET_UPDATE_REQUEST, image_src)
# Allocate temporary files for various devserver outputs.
self.pidfile = self._MakeTempFile('pid')
self.portfile = self._MakeTempFile('port')
self.logfile = self._MakeTempFile('log')
# Initialize various runtime values.
self.devserver_url = self.port = = None
def tearDown(self):
"""Kill the server, remove the test directory and temporary files."""
os.kill(, signal.SIGKILL)
# Helper methods begin here.
def _CreateLabelAndCopyImage(self, label, image):
"""Creates a label location and copies an image to it."""
label_dir = os.path.join(self.test_data_path, label)
shutil.copy(image, os.path.join(label_dir, TEST_IMAGE_NAME))
def _MakeTempFile(self, suffix):
"""Return path of a newly created temporary file."""
with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(suffix='-devserver-%s' % suffix) as f:
name =
return name
def _RemoveFile(self, filename):
"""Removes a file if it is present."""
if os.path.isfile(filename):
def _ReadIntValueFromFile(self, path, desc):
"""Reads a string from file and returns its conversion into an integer."""
if not os.path.isfile(path):
raise DevserverFailedToStart('Devserver did not drop %s (%r).' %
(desc, path))
with open(path) as f:
value_str =
return int(value_str)
except ValueError:
raise DevserverFailedToStart('Devserver did not drop a valid value '
'in %s (%r).' % (desc, value_str))
def _StartServer(self, port=0):
"""Attempts to start devserver on |port|.
In the default case where port == 0, the server will bind to an arbitrary
availble port. If successful, this method will set the devserver's pid
(, actual listening port (self.port) and URL (self.devserver_url).
DevserverFailedToStart: If the devserver could not be started.
cmd = [
os.path.join(self.src_dir, ''),
'--static_dir', self.test_data_path,
'--pidfile', self.pidfile,
'--portfile', self.portfile,
'--port', str(port),
'--logfile', self.logfile]
# Pipe all output. Use logfile to get devserver log.
subprocess.Popen(cmd, stderr=subprocess.PIPE, stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
# Wait for devserver to start, determining its actual serving port and URL.
current_time = time.time()
deadline = current_time + DEVSERVER_START_TIMEOUT
while current_time < deadline:
self.port = self._ReadIntValueFromFile(self.portfile, 'portfile')
self.devserver_url = '' % self.port
self._MakeRPC(CHECK_HEALTH, timeout=0.1)
except Exception:
current_time = time.time()
raise DevserverFailedToStart('Devserver failed to start within timeout.')
# Retrieve PID. = self._ReadIntValueFromFile(self.pidfile, 'pidfile')
def VerifyHandleUpdate(self, label, use_test_payload=True):
"""Verifies that we can send an update request to the devserver.
This method verifies (using a fake update_request blob) that the devserver
can interpret the payload and give us back the right payload.
label: Label that update is served from e.g. <board>-release/<version>
use_test_payload: If set to true, expects to serve payload under
testdata/ and does extra checks i.e. compares hash and content of
url of the update payload if we verified the update.
update_label = '/'.join([UPDATE, label])
response = self._MakeRPC(update_label, data=UPDATE_REQUEST)
self.assertNotEqual('', response)
# Parse the response and check if it contains the right result.
dom = minidom.parseString(response)
update = dom.getElementsByTagName('updatecheck')[0]
expected_static_url = '/'.join([self.devserver_url, STATIC, label])
expected_hash = EXPECTED_HASH if use_test_payload else None
url = self.VerifyV3Response(update, expected_static_url,
# Verify the image we download is correct since we already know what it is.
if use_test_payload:
connection = urllib2.urlopen(url)
contents =
self.assertEqual('Developers, developers, developers!\n', contents)
return url
def VerifyV3Response(self, update, expected_static_url, expected_hash):
"""Verifies the update DOM from a v3 response and returns the url."""
# Parse the response and check if it contains the right result.
urls = update.getElementsByTagName('urls')[0]
url = urls.getElementsByTagName('url')[0]
static_url = url.getAttribute('codebase')
# Static url's end in /.
self.assertEqual(expected_static_url + '/', static_url)
manifest = update.getElementsByTagName('manifest')[0]
packages = manifest.getElementsByTagName('packages')[0]
package = packages.getElementsByTagName('package')[0]
filename = package.getAttribute('name')
self.assertEqual(TEST_IMAGE_NAME, filename)
if expected_hash:
hash_value = package.getAttribute('hash')
self.assertEqual(EXPECTED_HASH, hash_value)
url = os.path.join(static_url, filename)
return url
def _MakeRPC(self, rpc, data=None, timeout=None, **kwargs):
"""Makes an RPC call to the devserver.
rpc: The function to run on the devserver, e.g. 'stage'.
data: Optional post data to send.
timeout: Optional timeout to pass to urlopen.
kwargs: Optional arguments to the function, e.g. artifact_url='foo/bar'.
The function output.
request = '/'.join([self.devserver_url, rpc])
if kwargs:
# Join the kwargs to the URL.
request += '?' + '&'.join('%s=%s' % item for item in kwargs.iteritems())
output = None
# Let's log output for all rpc's without timeouts because we only
# use timeouts to check to see if something is up and these checks tend
# to be small and so logging it will be extremely repetitive.
if not timeout:'Making request using %s', request)
connection = urllib2.urlopen(request, data=data, timeout=timeout)
output =
except urllib2.HTTPError:
return output
class AutoStartDevserverTestBase(DevserverTestBase):
"""Test base class that automatically starts the devserver."""
def setUp(self):
"""Initialize everything, then start the server."""
super(AutoStartDevserverTestBase, self).setUp()
class DevserverBasicTests(AutoStartDevserverTestBase):
"""Short running tests for the devserver (no remote deps).
These are technically not unittests because they depend on being able to
start a devserver locally which technically requires external resources so
they are lumped with the remote tests here.
def testHandleUpdateV3(self):
def testApiBadSetNextUpdateRequest(self):
"""Tests sending a bad setnextupdate request."""
# Send bad request and ensure it fails...
def testApiBadSetNextUpdateURL(self):
"""Tests contacting a bad setnextupdate url."""
# Send bad request and ensure it fails...
def testApiBadHostInfoURL(self):
"""Tests contacting a bad hostinfo url."""
# Host info should be invalid without a specified address.
def testApiHostInfoAndSetNextUpdate(self):
"""Tests using the setnextupdate and hostinfo api commands."""
# Send setnextupdate command.
# Send hostinfo command and verify the setnextupdate worked.
response = self._MakeRPC('/'.join([API_HOST_INFO, API_TEST_IP_ADDR]))
json.loads(response)['forced_update_label'], API_SET_UPDATE_REQUEST)
def testXBuddyLocalAlias(self):
"""Extensive local image xbuddy unittest.
This test verifies all the local xbuddy logic by creating a new local folder
with the necessary update items and verifies we can use all of them.
update_data = 'TEST UPDATE'
image_data = 'TEST IMAGE'
stateful_data = 'STATEFUL STUFFS'
build_id = 'x86-generic/R32-9999.0.0-a1'
xbuddy_path = 'x86-generic/R32-9999.0.0-a1/test'
build_dir = os.path.join(self.test_data_path, build_id)
test_image_file = os.path.join(build_dir,
update_file = os.path.join(build_dir, devserver_constants.UPDATE_FILE)
stateful_file = os.path.join(build_dir, devserver_constants.STATEFUL_FILE)'Creating dummy files')
for item, filename, data in zip(
['full_payload', 'test', 'stateful'],
[update_file, test_image_file, stateful_file],
[update_data, image_data, stateful_data]):'Creating file %s', filename)
with open(filename, 'w') as fh:
xbuddy_path = '/'.join([build_id, item])'Testing xbuddy path %s', xbuddy_path)
response = self._MakeRPC('/'.join([XBUDDY, xbuddy_path]))
self.assertEqual(response, data)
expected_dir = '/'.join([self.devserver_url, STATIC, build_id])
response = self._MakeRPC('/'.join([XBUDDY, xbuddy_path]), return_dir=True)
self.assertEqual(response, expected_dir)
response = self._MakeRPC('/'.join([XBUDDY, xbuddy_path]),
self.assertEqual(response, build_id)
xbuddy_path = '/'.join([build_id, 'test'])'Testing for_update for %s', xbuddy_path)
response = self._MakeRPC('/'.join([XBUDDY, xbuddy_path]), for_update=True)
expected_path = '/'.join([self.devserver_url, UPDATE, build_id])
self.assertTrue(response, expected_path)'Verifying the actual payload data')
url = self.VerifyHandleUpdate(build_id, use_test_payload=False)'Verify the actual content of the update payload')
connection = urllib2.urlopen(url)
contents =
self.assertEqual(update_data, contents)
def testPidFile(self):
"""Test that using a pidfile works correctly."""
with open(self.pidfile, 'r') as f:
pid =
# Let's assert some process information about the devserver.
process = psutil.Process(int(pid))
self.assertTrue('' in process.cmdline)
class DevserverExtendedTests(AutoStartDevserverTestBase):
"""Longer running integration tests that test interaction with Google Storage.
Note: due to the interaction with Google Storage, these tests both require
1) runner has access to the Google Storage bucket where builders store builds.
2) time. These tests actually download the artifacts needed.
def testStageAndUpdate(self):
"""Tests core autotest workflow where we stage/update with a test payload.
build_id = 'x86-mario-release/R32-4810.0.0'
archive_url = 'gs://chromeos-image-archive/%s' % build_id
response = self._MakeRPC(IS_STAGED, archive_url=archive_url,
self.assertEqual(response, 'False')'Staging update artifacts')
self._MakeRPC(STAGE, archive_url=archive_url,
artifacts='full_payload,stateful')'Staging complete. '
'Verifying files exist and are staged in the staging '
response = self._MakeRPC(IS_STAGED, archive_url=archive_url,
self.assertEqual(response, 'True')
staged_dir = os.path.join(self.test_data_path, build_id)
os.path.join(staged_dir, devserver_constants.UPDATE_FILE)))
os.path.join(staged_dir, devserver_constants.STATEFUL_FILE)))'Verifying we can update using the stage update artifacts.')
self.VerifyHandleUpdate(build_id, use_test_payload=False)
def testStageAutotestAndGetPackages(self):
"""Another autotest workflow test where we stage/update with a test payload.
build_id = 'x86-mario-release/R32-4810.0.0'
archive_url = 'gs://chromeos-image-archive/%s' % build_id
autotest_artifacts = 'autotest,test_suites,au_suite''Staging autotest artifacts (may take a while).')
self._MakeRPC(STAGE, archive_url=archive_url, artifacts=autotest_artifacts)
response = self._MakeRPC(IS_STAGED, archive_url=archive_url,
self.assertEqual(response, 'True')
# Verify the files exist and are staged in the staging directory.'Checking directories exist after we staged the files.')
staged_dir = os.path.join(self.test_data_path, build_id)
autotest_dir = os.path.join(staged_dir, 'autotest')
package_dir = os.path.join(autotest_dir, 'packages')
control_files = self._MakeRPC(CONTROL_FILES, build=build_id,
suite_name='bvt')'Checking for known control file in bvt suite.')
'control' in control_files)
def testRemoteXBuddyAlias(self):
"""Another autotest workflow test where we stage/update with a test payload.
build_id = 'x86-mario-release/R32-4810.0.0'
xbuddy_path = 'remote/x86-mario/R32-4810.0.0/full_payload'
xbuddy_bad_path = 'remote/x86-mario/R32-9999.9999.9999''Staging artifacts using xbuddy.')
response = self._MakeRPC('/'.join([XBUDDY, xbuddy_path]), return_dir=True)'Verifying static url returned is valid.')
expected_static_url = '/'.join([self.devserver_url, STATIC, build_id])
self.assertEqual(response, expected_static_url)'Checking for_update returns an update_url for what we just '
expected_update_url = '/'.join([self.devserver_url, UPDATE, build_id])
response = self._MakeRPC('/'.join([XBUDDY, xbuddy_path]), for_update=True)
self.assertEqual(response, expected_update_url)'Now give xbuddy a bad path.')
'/'.join([XBUDDY, xbuddy_bad_path]))
if __name__ == '__main__':
logging_format = '%(levelname)-8s: %(message)s'
logging.basicConfig(level=logging.DEBUG, format=logging_format)