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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.
Eureka host.
This host can perform actions either over ssh or by submitting requests to
an http server running on the client. Though the server provides flexibility
and allows us to test things at a modular level, there are times we must
resort to ssh (eg: to reboot into recovery). The server exposes the same stack
that the chromecast extension needs to communicate with the eureka device, so
any test involving an eureka host will fail if it cannot submit posts/gets
to the server. In cases where we can achieve the same action over ssh or
the rpc server, we choose the rpc server by default, because several existing
eureka tests do the same.
import logging
import os
import common
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import error
from autotest_lib.server import site_utils
from autotest_lib.server.cros import eureka_client
from autotest_lib.server.hosts import abstract_ssh
class EurekaHost(abstract_ssh.AbstractSSHHost):
"""This class represents a eureka host."""
# Maximum time to wait for the client server to start.
# Maximum time a reboot can take.
COREDUMP_DIR = '/data/coredump'
OTA_LOCATION = '/cache/'
RECOVERY_DIR = '/cache/recovery'
COMMAND_FILE = os.path.join(RECOVERY_DIR, 'command')
def check_host(host, timeout=10):
Check if the given host is a eureka host.
@param host: An ssh host representing a device.
@param timeout: The timeout for the run command.
@return: True if the host device is eureka.
@raises AutoservRunError: If the command failed.
@raises AutoservSSHTimeout: Ssh connection has timed out.
result ='getprop ro.hardware', timeout=timeout)
except (error.AutoservRunError, error.AutoservSSHTimeout):
return False
return 'eureka' in result.stdout
def _initialize(self, hostname, *args, **dargs):
super(EurekaHost, self)._initialize(hostname=hostname, *args, **dargs)
# Eureka devices expose a server that can respond to json over http.
self.client = eureka_client.EurekaProxy(hostname)
def get_boot_id(self, timeout=60):
"""Get a unique ID associated with the current boot.
@param timeout The number of seconds to wait before timing out, as
taken by
@return A string unique to this boot or None if not available.
BOOT_ID_FILE = '/proc/sys/kernel/random/boot_id'
cmd = 'cat %r' % (BOOT_ID_FILE)
return, timeout=timeout).stdout.strip()
def ssh_ping(self, timeout=60, base_cmd=''):
"""Checks if we can ssh into the host and run getprop.
Ssh ping is vital for connectivity checks and waiting on a reboot.
A simple true check, or something like if [ 0 ], is not guaranteed
to always exit with a successful return value.
@param timeout: timeout in seconds to wait on the ssh_ping.
@param base_cmd: The base command to use to confirm that a round
trip ssh works.
super(EurekaHost, self).ssh_ping(timeout=timeout,
def verify_software(self):
"""Verified that the server on the client device is responding to gets.
The server on the client device is crucial for the eureka device to
communicate with the chromecast extension. Device verify on the whole
consists of verify_(hardware, connectivity and software), ssh
connectivity is verified in the base class' verify_connectivity.
@raises: EurekaProxyException if the server doesn't respond.
def get_kernel_ver(self):
"""Returns the build number of the build on the device."""
return self.client.get_build_number()
def reboot(self, timeout=5):
"""Reboot the eureka device by submitting a post to the server."""
# TODO(beeps):
current_boot_id = self.get_boot_id()
except eureka_client.EurekaProxyException as e:
logging.error('Unable to reboot through the eureka proxy: %s', e)
return False
self.wait_for_restart(timeout=timeout, old_boot_id=current_boot_id)
return True
def cleanup(self):
"""Cleanup state.
If removing state information fails, do a hard reboot. This will hit
our reboot method through the ssh host's cleanup.
try:'rm -r /data/*')'rm -f /cache/*')
except (error.AutotestRunError, error.AutoservRunError) as e:
logging.warn('Unable to remove /data and /cache %s', e)
super(EurekaHost, self).cleanup()
def _remount_root(self, permissions):
"""Remount root partition.
@param permissions: Permissions to use for the remount, eg: ro, rw.
@raises error.AutoservRunError: If something goes wrong in executing
the remount command.
"""'mount -o %s,remount /' % permissions)
def _setup_coredump_dirs(self):
"""Sets up the /data/coredump directory on the client.
The device will write a memory dump to this directory on crash,
if it exists. No crashdump will get written if it doesn't.
try:'mkdir -p %s' % self.COREDUMP_DIR)'chmod 4777 %s' % self.COREDUMP_DIR)
except (error.AutotestRunError, error.AutoservRunError) as e:
error.AutoservRunError('Unable to create coredump directories with '
'the appropriate permissions: %s' % e)
def _setup_for_recovery(self, update_url):
"""Sets up the /cache/recovery directory on the client.
Copies over the OTA zipfile from the update_url to /cache, then
sets up the recovery directory. Normal installs are achieved
by rebooting into recovery mode.
@param update_url: A url pointing to a staged ota zip file.
@raises error.AutoservRunError: If something goes wrong while
executing a command.
ssh_cmd = '%s %s' % (self.make_ssh_command(), self.hostname)
site_utils.remote_wget(update_url, self.OTA_LOCATION, ssh_cmd)'ls %s' % self.OTA_LOCATION)'mkdir -p %s' % self.RECOVERY_DIR)
# These 2 commands will always return a non-zero exit status
# even if they complete successfully. This is a confirmed
# non-issue, since the install will actually complete. If one
# of the commands fails we can only detect it as a failure
# to install the specified build.'echo --update_package>%s' % self.COMMAND_FILE,
ignore_status=True)'echo %s>>%s' % (self.OTA_LOCATION, self.COMMAND_FILE),
def machine_install(self, update_url):
"""Installs a build on the Eureka device."""
old_build_number = self.client.get_build_number()
current_boot_id = self.get_boot_id()'reboot recovery &')
new_build_number = self.client.get_build_number(self.SERVER_START_TIME)
# TODO(beeps):
if new_build_number == old_build_number:
raise error.AutoservRunError('Build number did not change on: '
'%s after update with %s' %
(self.hostname, update_url()))