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DOWN_SQL = """
ALTER TABLE jobs ADD COLUMN synchronizing tinyint(1) default NULL;
ALTER TABLE autotests ADD COLUMN synch_type smallint(6) NOT NULL;
UPDATE autotests SET synch_type = 1;
UPDATE autotests SET synch_type = 2 WHERE sync_count > 1;
ALTER TABLE jobs ADD COLUMN synch_type int(11) default NULL;
UPDATE jobs SET synch_type = 1;
UPDATE jobs SET synch_type = 2 WHERE synch_count > 1;
ALTER TABLE host_queue_entries DROP COLUMN `execution_subdir`;
def migrate_up(manager):
# add execution_subdir field
manager.execute("""ALTER TABLE host_queue_entries ADD COLUMN
`execution_subdir` varchar(255) NOT NULL""")
# fill in execution_subdir field for running/complete entries
rows = manager.execute("""
SELECT, jobs.synch_type, COUNT(1) FROM jobs
INNER JOIN host_queue_entries AS hqe ON = hqe.job_id
job_hqe_count = dict((row[0], row[2]) for row in rows)
synch_jobs = set(row[0] for row in rows if row[1] == 2)
hqes = manager.execute("""
SELECT, hqe.job_id, hqe.status, hqe.complete, hosts.hostname
FROM host_queue_entries AS hqe
INNER JOIN hosts ON hqe.host_id =
WHERE hqe.status IN ('Starting', 'Running') OR complete""")
for id, job_id, status, complete, hostname in hqes:
if job_id in synch_jobs or job_hqe_count[job_id] == 1:
execution_subdir = ''
execution_subdir = hostname
'UPDATE host_queue_entries SET execution_subdir = %s WHERE id = %s',
execution_subdir, id)
# ensure synch_type information doesn't get lost if we need to migrate down
manager.execute('UPDATE jobs SET synch_count = 1 WHERE synch_type = 1')
manager.execute('UPDATE jobs SET synch_count = 2 '
'WHERE synch_type = 2 AND synch_count = 1')
# drop the old synch_type fields
manager.execute('ALTER TABLE jobs DROP COLUMN synch_type')
manager.execute('ALTER TABLE autotests DROP COLUMN synch_type')
# drop deprecated synchronizing field
manager.execute('ALTER TABLE jobs DROP COLUMN synchronizing')
def migrate_down(manager):