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from autotest_lib.server import autotest, hosts, subcommand, test
from autotest_lib.server import utils
class netperf2(test.test):
version = 2
def run_once(self, pair, test, time, stream_list, cycles):
print "running on %s and %s\n" % (pair[0], pair[1])
# Designate a label for the server side tests.
server_label = 'net_server'
server = hosts.create_host(pair[0])
client = hosts.create_host(pair[1])
# If client has the server_label, then swap server and client.
platform_label = client.get_platform_label()
if platform_label == server_label:
(server, client) = (client, server)
# Disable IPFilters if they are enabled.
for m in [client, server]:
status ='/sbin/iptables -L')
if not status.exit_status:
# Starting a test indents the status.log entries. This test starts 2
# additional tests causing their log entries to be indented twice. This
# double indent confuses the parser, so reset the indent level on the
# job, let the forked tests record their entries, then restore the
# previous indent level.
server_at = autotest.Autotest(server)
client_at = autotest.Autotest(client)
template = ''.join(["job.run_test('netperf2', server_ip='%s', ",
"client_ip='%s', role='%s', test='%s', ",
"test_time=%d, stream_list=%s, tag='%s', ",
server_control_file = template % (server.ip, client.ip, 'server', test,
time, stream_list, 'server', cycles)
client_control_file = template % (server.ip, client.ip, 'client', test,
time, stream_list, 'client', cycles)
server_command = subcommand.subcommand(,
[server_control_file, server.hostname],
client_command = subcommand.subcommand(,
[client_control_file, client.hostname],
subcommand.parallel([server_command, client_command])
# The parser needs a keyval file to know what host ran the test.
utils.write_keyval('../' + server.hostname,
{"hostname": server.hostname})
utils.write_keyval('../' + client.hostname,
{"hostname": client.hostname})
# Restore indent level of main job.
for m in [client, server]:
status ='/sbin/iptables -L')
if not status.exit_status: