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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.
"""Utility classes used by site_server_job.distribute_across_machines().
test_item: extends the basic test tuple to add include/exclude attributes and
pre/post actions.
machine_worker: is a thread that manages running tests on a host. It
verifies test are valid for a host using the test attributes from test_item
and the host attributes from host_attributes.
import logging, os, Queue
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import error, utils
from autotest_lib.server import autotest, hosts, host_attributes
class test_item(object):
"""Adds machine verification logic to the basic test tuple.
Tests can either be tuples of the existing form ('testName', {args}) or the
extended form ('testname', {args}, {'include': [], 'exclude': [],
'attributes': []}) where include and exclude are lists of host attribute
labels and attributes is a list of strings. A machine must have all the
labels in include and must not have any of the labels in exclude to be valid
for the test. Attributes strings can include reboot_before, reboot_after,
and server_job.
def __init__(self, test_name, test_args, test_attribs=None):
"""Creates an instance of test_item.
test_name: string, name of test to execute.
test_args: dictionary, arguments to pass into test.
test_attribs: Dictionary of test attributes. Valid keys are:
include - labels a machine must have to run a test.
exclude - labels preventing a machine from running a test.
attributes - reboot before/after test, run test as server job.
self.test_name = test_name
self.test_args = test_args
self.tagged_test_name = test_name
if test_args.get('tag'):
self.tagged_test_name = test_name + '.' + test_args.get('tag')
if test_attribs is None:
test_attribs = {}
self.inc_set = set(test_attribs.get('include', []))
self.exc_set = set(test_attribs.get('exclude', []))
self.attributes = test_attribs.get('attributes', [])
def __str__(self):
"""Return an info string of this test."""
params = ['%s=%s' % (k, v) for k, v in self.test_args.items()]
msg = '%s(%s)' % (self.test_name, params)
if self.inc_set:
msg += ' include=%s' % [s for s in self.inc_set]
if self.exc_set:
msg += ' exclude=%s' % [s for s in self.exc_set]
if self.attributes:
msg += ' attributes=%s' % self.attributes
return msg
def validate(self, machine_attributes):
"""Check if this test can run on machine with machine_attributes.
If the test has include attributes, a candidate machine must have all
the attributes to be valid.
If the test has exclude attributes, a candidate machine cannot have any
of the attributes to be valid.
machine_attributes: set, True attributes of candidate machine.
True/False if the machine is valid for this test.
if self.inc_set is not None:
if not self.inc_set <= machine_attributes:
return False
if self.exc_set is not None:
if self.exc_set & machine_attributes:
return False
return True
def run_test(self, client_at, work_dir='.', server_job=None):
"""Runs the test on the client using autotest.
client_at: Autotest instance for this host.
work_dir: Directory to use for results and log files.
server_job: Server_Job instance to use to runs server tests.
if 'reboot_before' in self.attributes:
if 'server_job' in self.attributes:
if 'host' in self.test_args:
self.test_args['host'] =
if server_job is not None:'Running Server_Job=%s', self.test_name)
server_job.run_test(self.test_name, **self.test_args)
logging.error('No Server_Job instance provided for test '
'%s.', self.test_name)
client_at.run_test(self.test_name, results_dir=work_dir,
if 'reboot_after' in self.attributes:
class machine_worker(object):
"""Worker that runs tests on a remote host machine."""
def __init__(self, server_job, machine, work_dir, test_queue, queue_lock,
"""Creates an instance of machine_worker to run tests on a remote host.
Retrieves that host attributes for this machine and creates the set of
True attributes to validate against test include/exclude attributes.
Creates a directory to hold the log files for tests run and writes the
hostname and tko parser version into keyvals file.
server_job: run tests for this server_job.
machine: name of remote host.
work_dir: directory server job is using.
test_queue: queue of tests.
queue_lock: lock protecting test_queue.
continuous_parsing: bool, enable continuous parsing.
self._server_job = server_job
self._test_queue = test_queue
self._test_queue_lock = queue_lock
self._continuous_parsing = continuous_parsing
self._tests_run = 0
self._machine = machine
self._host = hosts.create_host(self._machine)
self._client_at = autotest.Autotest(self._host)
client_attributes = host_attributes.host_attributes(machine)
self.attribute_set = set(client_attributes.get_attributes())
self._results_dir = work_dir
if not os.path.exists(self._results_dir):
machine_data = {'hostname': self._machine,
'status_version': str(1)}
utils.write_keyval(self._results_dir, machine_data)
def __str__(self):
attributes = [a for a in self.attribute_set]
return '%s attributes=%s' % (self._machine, attributes)
def get_test(self):
"""Return a test from the queue to run on this host.
The test queue can be non-empty, but still not contain a test that is
valid for this machine. This function will take exclusive access to
the queue via _test_queue_lock and repeatedly pop tests off the queue
until finding a valid test or depleting the queue. In either case if
invalid tests have been popped from the queue, they are pushed back
onto the queue before returning.
test_item, or None if no more tests exist for this machine.
good_test = None
skipped_tests = []
with self._test_queue_lock:
while True:
canidate_test = self._test_queue.get_nowait()
# Check if test is valid for this machine.
if canidate_test.validate(self.attribute_set):
good_test = canidate_test
except Queue.Empty:
# Return any skipped tests to the queue.
for st in skipped_tests:
return good_test
def run(self):
"""Executes tests on the host machine.
If continuous parsing was requested, start the parser before running
# Modify job.resultdir so that it points to the results directory for
# the machine we're working on. Required so that server jobs will write
# to the proper location.
self._server_job.machines = [self._machine]
if self._continuous_parsing:
self._server_job._parse_job += "/" + self._machine['hostname']
self._server_job._using_parser = True
while True:
active_test = self.get_test()
if active_test is None:
break'%s running %s', self._machine, active_test)
active_test.run_test(self._client_at, self._results_dir,
except error.AutoservError:
logging.exception('Autoserv error running "%s".', active_test)
except error.AutotestError:
logging.exception('Autotest error running "%s".', active_test)
except Exception:
logging.exception('Exception running test "%s".', active_test)
self._tests_run += 1
if self._continuous_parsing:
self._server_job.cleanup_parser()'%s completed %d tests.', self._machine, self._tests_run)