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"""
KVM test utility functions.
@copyright: 2008-2009 Red Hat Inc.
"""
import time, string, random, socket, os, signal, re, logging, commands, cPickle
import fcntl, shelve, ConfigParser, threading, sys, UserDict, inspect, tarfile
import struct, shutil
from autotest_lib.client.bin import utils, os_dep
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import error, logging_config
import rss_client, aexpect
try:
import koji
KOJI_INSTALLED = True
except ImportError:
KOJI_INSTALLED = False
# From include/linux/sockios.h
SIOCSIFHWADDR = 0x8924
SIOCGIFHWADDR = 0x8927
SIOCSIFFLAGS = 0x8914
SIOCGIFINDEX = 0x8933
SIOCBRADDIF = 0x89a2
# From linux/include/linux/if_tun.h
TUNSETIFF = 0x400454ca
TUNGETIFF = 0x800454d2
TUNGETFEATURES = 0x800454cf
IFF_UP = 0x1
IFF_TAP = 0x0002
IFF_NO_PI = 0x1000
IFF_VNET_HDR = 0x4000
def _lock_file(filename):
f = open(filename, "w")
fcntl.lockf(f, fcntl.LOCK_EX)
return f
def _unlock_file(f):
fcntl.lockf(f, fcntl.LOCK_UN)
f.close()
def is_vm(obj):
"""
Tests whether a given object is a VM object.
@param obj: Python object.
"""
return obj.__class__.__name__ == "VM"
class NetError(Exception):
pass
class TAPModuleError(NetError):
def __init__(self, devname, action="open", details=None):
NetError.__init__(self, devname)
self.devname = devname
self.details = details
def __str__(self):
e_msg = "Can't %s %s" % (self.action, self.devname)
if self.details is not None:
e_msg += " : %s" % self.details
return e_msg
class TAPNotExistError(NetError):
def __init__(self, ifname):
NetError.__init__(self, ifname)
self.ifname = ifname
def __str__(self):
return "Interface %s does not exist" % self.ifname
class TAPCreationError(NetError):
def __init__(self, ifname, details=None):
NetError.__init__(self, ifname, details)
self.ifname = ifname
self.details = details
def __str__(self):
e_msg = "Cannot create TAP device %s" % self.ifname
if self.details is not None:
e_msg += ": %s" % self.details
return e_msg
class TAPBringUpError(NetError):
def __init__(self, ifname):
NetError.__init__(self, ifname)
self.ifname = ifname
def __str__(self):
return "Cannot bring up TAP %s" % self.ifname
class BRAddIfError(NetError):
def __init__(self, ifname, brname, details):
NetError.__init__(self, ifname, brname, details)
self.ifname = ifname
self.brname = brname
self.details = details
def __str__(self):
return ("Can not add if %s to bridge %s: %s" %
(self.ifname, self.brname, self.details))
class HwAddrSetError(NetError):
def __init__(self, ifname, mac):
NetError.__init__(self, ifname, mac)
self.ifname = ifname
self.mac = mac
def __str__(self):
return "Can not set mac %s to interface %s" % (self.mac, self.ifname)
class HwAddrGetError(NetError):
def __init__(self, ifname):
NetError.__init__(self, ifname)
self.ifname = ifname
def __str__(self):
return "Can not get mac of interface %s" % self.ifname
class Env(UserDict.IterableUserDict):
"""
A dict-like object containing global objects used by tests.
"""
def __init__(self, filename=None, version=0):
"""
Create an empty Env object or load an existing one from a file.
If the version recorded in the file is lower than version, or if some
error occurs during unpickling, or if filename is not supplied,
create an empty Env object.
@param filename: Path to an env file.
@param version: Required env version (int).
"""
UserDict.IterableUserDict.__init__(self)
empty = {"version": version}
if filename:
self._filename = filename
try:
if os.path.isfile(filename):
f = open(filename, "r")
env = cPickle.load(f)
f.close()
if env.get("version", 0) >= version:
self.data = env
else:
logging.warn("Incompatible env file found. Not using it.")
self.data = empty
else:
# No previous env file found, proceed...
self.data = empty
# Almost any exception can be raised during unpickling, so let's
# catch them all
except Exception, e:
logging.warn(e)
self.data = empty
else:
self.data = empty
def save(self, filename=None):
"""
Pickle the contents of the Env object into a file.
@param filename: Filename to pickle the dict into. If not supplied,
use the filename from which the dict was loaded.
"""
filename = filename or self._filename
f = open(filename, "w")
cPickle.dump(self.data, f)
f.close()
def get_all_vms(self):
"""
Return a list of all VM objects in this Env object.
"""
return [o for o in self.values() if is_vm(o)]
def get_vm(self, name):
"""
Return a VM object by its name.
@param name: VM name.
"""
return self.get("vm__%s" % name)
def register_vm(self, name, vm):
"""
Register a VM in this Env object.
@param name: VM name.
@param vm: VM object.
"""
self["vm__%s" % name] = vm
def unregister_vm(self, name):
"""
Remove a given VM.
@param name: VM name.
"""
del self["vm__%s" % name]
def register_installer(self, installer):
"""
Register a installer that was just run
The installer will be available for other tests, so that
information about the installed KVM modules and qemu-kvm can be used by
them.
"""
self['last_installer'] = installer
def previous_installer(self):
"""
Return the last installer that was registered
"""
return self.get('last_installer')
class Params(UserDict.IterableUserDict):
"""
A dict-like object passed to every test.
"""
def objects(self, key):
"""
Return the names of objects defined using a given key.
@param key: The name of the key whose value lists the objects
(e.g. 'nics').
"""
return self.get(key, "").split()
def object_params(self, obj_name):
"""
Return a dict-like object containing the parameters of an individual
object.
This method behaves as follows: the suffix '_' + obj_name is removed
from all key names that have it. Other key names are left unchanged.
The values of keys with the suffix overwrite the values of their
suffixless versions.
@param obj_name: The name of the object (objects are listed by the
objects() method).
"""
suffix = "_" + obj_name
new_dict = self.copy()
for key in self:
if key.endswith(suffix):
new_key = key.split(suffix)[0]
new_dict[new_key] = self[key]
return new_dict
# Functions related to MAC/IP addresses
def _open_mac_pool(lock_mode):
lock_file = open("/tmp/mac_lock", "w+")
fcntl.lockf(lock_file, lock_mode)
pool = shelve.open("/tmp/address_pool")
return pool, lock_file
def _close_mac_pool(pool, lock_file):
pool.close()
fcntl.lockf(lock_file, fcntl.LOCK_UN)
lock_file.close()
def _generate_mac_address_prefix(mac_pool):
"""
Generate a random MAC address prefix and add it to the MAC pool dictionary.
If there's a MAC prefix there already, do not update the MAC pool and just
return what's in there. By convention we will set KVM autotest MAC
addresses to start with 0x9a.
@param mac_pool: The MAC address pool object.
@return: The MAC address prefix.
"""
if "prefix" in mac_pool:
prefix = mac_pool["prefix"]
else:
r = random.SystemRandom()
prefix = "9a:%02x:%02x:%02x:" % (r.randint(0x00, 0xff),
r.randint(0x00, 0xff),
r.randint(0x00, 0xff))
mac_pool["prefix"] = prefix
return prefix
def generate_mac_address(vm_instance, nic_index):
"""
Randomly generate a MAC address and add it to the MAC address pool.
Try to generate a MAC address based on a randomly generated MAC address
prefix and add it to a persistent dictionary.
key = VM instance + NIC index, value = MAC address
e.g. {'20100310-165222-Wt7l:0': '9a:5d:94:6a:9b:f9'}
@param vm_instance: The instance attribute of a VM.
@param nic_index: The index of the NIC.
@return: MAC address string.
"""
mac_pool, lock_file = _open_mac_pool(fcntl.LOCK_EX)
key = "%s:%s" % (vm_instance, nic_index)
if key in mac_pool:
mac = mac_pool[key]
else:
prefix = _generate_mac_address_prefix(mac_pool)
r = random.SystemRandom()
while key not in mac_pool:
mac = prefix + "%02x:%02x" % (r.randint(0x00, 0xff),
r.randint(0x00, 0xff))
if mac in mac_pool.values():
continue
mac_pool[key] = mac
_close_mac_pool(mac_pool, lock_file)
return mac
def free_mac_address(vm_instance, nic_index):
"""
Remove a MAC address from the address pool.
@param vm_instance: The instance attribute of a VM.
@param nic_index: The index of the NIC.
"""
mac_pool, lock_file = _open_mac_pool(fcntl.LOCK_EX)
key = "%s:%s" % (vm_instance, nic_index)
if key in mac_pool:
del mac_pool[key]
_close_mac_pool(mac_pool, lock_file)
def set_mac_address(vm_instance, nic_index, mac):
"""
Set a MAC address in the pool.
@param vm_instance: The instance attribute of a VM.
@param nic_index: The index of the NIC.
"""
mac_pool, lock_file = _open_mac_pool(fcntl.LOCK_EX)
mac_pool["%s:%s" % (vm_instance, nic_index)] = mac
_close_mac_pool(mac_pool, lock_file)
def get_mac_address(vm_instance, nic_index):
"""
Return a MAC address from the pool.
@param vm_instance: The instance attribute of a VM.
@param nic_index: The index of the NIC.
@return: MAC address string.
"""
mac_pool, lock_file = _open_mac_pool(fcntl.LOCK_SH)
mac = mac_pool.get("%s:%s" % (vm_instance, nic_index))
_close_mac_pool(mac_pool, lock_file)
return mac
def verify_ip_address_ownership(ip, macs, timeout=10.0):
"""
Use arping and the ARP cache to make sure a given IP address belongs to one
of the given MAC addresses.
@param ip: An IP address.
@param macs: A list or tuple of MAC addresses.
@return: True iff ip is assigned to a MAC address in macs.
"""
# Compile a regex that matches the given IP address and any of the given
# MAC addresses
mac_regex = "|".join("(%s)" % mac for mac in macs)
regex = re.compile(r"\b%s\b.*\b(%s)\b" % (ip, mac_regex), re.IGNORECASE)
# Check the ARP cache
o = commands.getoutput("%s -n" % find_command("arp"))
if regex.search(o):
return True
# Get the name of the bridge device for arping
o = commands.getoutput("%s route get %s" % (find_command("ip"), ip))
dev = re.findall("dev\s+\S+", o, re.IGNORECASE)
if not dev:
return False
dev = dev[0].split()[-1]
# Send an ARP request
o = commands.getoutput("%s -f -c 3 -I %s %s" %
(find_command("arping"), dev, ip))
return bool(regex.search(o))
# Utility functions for dealing with external processes
def find_command(cmd):
for dir in ["/usr/local/sbin", "/usr/local/bin",
"/usr/sbin", "/usr/bin", "/sbin", "/bin"]:
file = os.path.join(dir, cmd)
if os.path.exists(file):
return file
raise ValueError('Missing command: %s' % cmd)
def pid_exists(pid):
"""
Return True if a given PID exists.
@param pid: Process ID number.
"""
try:
os.kill(pid, 0)
return True
except:
return False
def safe_kill(pid, signal):
"""
Attempt to send a signal to a given process that may or may not exist.
@param signal: Signal number.
"""
try:
os.kill(pid, signal)
return True
except:
return False
def kill_process_tree(pid, sig=signal.SIGKILL):
"""Signal a process and all of its children.
If the process does not exist -- return.
@param pid: The pid of the process to signal.
@param sig: The signal to send to the processes.
"""
if not safe_kill(pid, signal.SIGSTOP):
return
children = commands.getoutput("ps --ppid=%d -o pid=" % pid).split()
for child in children:
kill_process_tree(int(child), sig)
safe_kill(pid, sig)
safe_kill(pid, signal.SIGCONT)
def get_git_branch(repository, branch, srcdir, commit=None, lbranch=None):
"""
Retrieves a given git code repository.
@param repository: Git repository URL
"""
logging.info("Fetching git [REP '%s' BRANCH '%s' COMMIT '%s'] -> %s",
repository, branch, commit, srcdir)
if not os.path.exists(srcdir):
os.makedirs(srcdir)
os.chdir(srcdir)
if os.path.exists(".git"):
utils.system("git reset --hard")
else:
utils.system("git init")
if not lbranch:
lbranch = branch
utils.system("git fetch -q -f -u -t %s %s:%s" %
(repository, branch, lbranch))
utils.system("git checkout %s" % lbranch)
if commit:
utils.system("git checkout %s" % commit)
h = utils.system_output('git log --pretty=format:"%H" -1')
try:
desc = "tag %s" % utils.system_output("git describe")
except error.CmdError:
desc = "no tag found"
logging.info("Commit hash for %s is %s (%s)", repository, h.strip(), desc)
return srcdir
def check_kvm_source_dir(source_dir):
"""
Inspects the kvm source directory and verifies its disposition. In some
occasions build may be dependant on the source directory disposition.
The reason why the return codes are numbers is that we might have more
changes on the source directory layout, so it's not scalable to just use
strings like 'old_repo', 'new_repo' and such.
@param source_dir: Source code path that will be inspected.
"""
os.chdir(source_dir)
has_qemu_dir = os.path.isdir('qemu')
has_kvm_dir = os.path.isdir('kvm')
if has_qemu_dir:
logging.debug("qemu directory detected, source dir layout 1")
return 1
if has_kvm_dir and not has_qemu_dir:
logging.debug("kvm directory detected, source dir layout 2")
return 2
else:
raise error.TestError("Unknown source dir layout, cannot proceed.")
# Functions and classes used for logging into guests and transferring files
class LoginError(Exception):
def __init__(self, msg, output):
Exception.__init__(self, msg, output)
self.msg = msg
self.output = output
def __str__(self):
return "%s (output: %r)" % (self.msg, self.output)
class LoginAuthenticationError(LoginError):
pass
class LoginTimeoutError(LoginError):
def __init__(self, output):
LoginError.__init__(self, "Login timeout expired", output)
class LoginProcessTerminatedError(LoginError):
def __init__(self, status, output):
LoginError.__init__(self, None, output)
self.status = status
def __str__(self):
return ("Client process terminated (status: %s, output: %r)" %
(self.status, self.output))
class LoginBadClientError(LoginError):
def __init__(self, client):
LoginError.__init__(self, None, None)
self.client = client
def __str__(self):
return "Unknown remote shell client: %r" % self.client
class SCPError(Exception):
def __init__(self, msg, output):
Exception.__init__(self, msg, output)
self.msg = msg
self.output = output
def __str__(self):
return "%s (output: %r)" % (self.msg, self.output)
class SCPAuthenticationError(SCPError):
pass
class SCPAuthenticationTimeoutError(SCPAuthenticationError):
def __init__(self, output):
SCPAuthenticationError.__init__(self, "Authentication timeout expired",
output)
class SCPTransferTimeoutError(SCPError):
def __init__(self, output):
SCPError.__init__(self, "Transfer timeout expired", output)
class SCPTransferFailedError(SCPError):
def __init__(self, status, output):
SCPError.__init__(self, None, output)
self.status = status
def __str__(self):
return ("SCP transfer failed (status: %s, output: %r)" %
(self.status, self.output))
def _remote_login(session, username, password, prompt, timeout=10):
"""
Log into a remote host (guest) using SSH or Telnet. Wait for questions
and provide answers. If timeout expires while waiting for output from the
child (e.g. a password prompt or a shell prompt) -- fail.
@brief: Log into a remote host (guest) using SSH or Telnet.
@param session: An Expect or ShellSession instance to operate on
@param username: The username to send in reply to a login prompt
@param password: The password to send in reply to a password prompt
@param prompt: The shell prompt that indicates a successful login
@param timeout: The maximal time duration (in seconds) to wait for each
step of the login procedure (i.e. the "Are you sure" prompt, the
password prompt, the shell prompt, etc)
@raise LoginTimeoutError: If timeout expires
@raise LoginAuthenticationError: If authentication fails
@raise LoginProcessTerminatedError: If the client terminates during login
@raise LoginError: If some other error occurs
"""
password_prompt_count = 0
login_prompt_count = 0
while True:
try:
match, text = session.read_until_last_line_matches(
[r"[Aa]re you sure", r"[Pp]assword:\s*$", r"[Ll]ogin:\s*$",
r"[Cc]onnection.*closed", r"[Cc]onnection.*refused",
r"[Pp]lease wait", r"[Ww]arning", prompt],
timeout=timeout, internal_timeout=0.5)
if match == 0: # "Are you sure you want to continue connecting"
logging.debug("Got 'Are you sure...', sending 'yes'")
session.sendline("yes")
continue
elif match == 1: # "password:"
if password_prompt_count == 0:
logging.debug("Got password prompt, sending '%s'", password)
session.sendline(password)
password_prompt_count += 1
continue
else:
raise LoginAuthenticationError("Got password prompt twice",
text)
elif match == 2: # "login:"
if login_prompt_count == 0 and password_prompt_count == 0:
logging.debug("Got username prompt; sending '%s'", username)
session.sendline(username)
login_prompt_count += 1
continue
else:
if login_prompt_count > 0:
msg = "Got username prompt twice"
else:
msg = "Got username prompt after password prompt"
raise LoginAuthenticationError(msg, text)
elif match == 3: # "Connection closed"
raise LoginError("Client said 'connection closed'", text)
elif match == 4: # "Connection refused"
raise LoginError("Client said 'connection refused'", text)
elif match == 5: # "Please wait"
logging.debug("Got 'Please wait'")
timeout = 30
continue
elif match == 6: # "Warning added RSA"
logging.debug("Got 'Warning added RSA to known host list")
continue
elif match == 7: # prompt
logging.debug("Got shell prompt -- logged in")
break
except aexpect.ExpectTimeoutError, e:
raise LoginTimeoutError(e.output)
except aexpect.ExpectProcessTerminatedError, e:
raise LoginProcessTerminatedError(e.status, e.output)
def remote_login(client, host, port, username, password, prompt, linesep="\n",
log_filename=None, timeout=10):
"""
Log into a remote host (guest) using SSH/Telnet/Netcat.
@param client: The client to use ('ssh', 'telnet' or 'nc')
@param host: Hostname or IP address
@param port: Port to connect to
@param username: Username (if required)
@param password: Password (if required)
@param prompt: Shell prompt (regular expression)
@param linesep: The line separator to use when sending lines
(e.g. '\\n' or '\\r\\n')
@param log_filename: If specified, log all output to this file
@param timeout: The maximal time duration (in seconds) to wait for
each step of the login procedure (i.e. the "Are you sure" prompt
or the password prompt)
@raise LoginBadClientError: If an unknown client is requested
@raise: Whatever _remote_login() raises
@return: A ShellSession object.
"""
if client == "ssh":
cmd = ("ssh -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null "
"-o PreferredAuthentications=password -p %s %s@%s" %
(port, username, host))
elif client == "telnet":
cmd = "telnet -l %s %s %s" % (username, host, port)
elif client == "nc":
cmd = "nc %s %s" % (host, port)
else:
raise LoginBadClientError(client)
logging.debug("Trying to login with command '%s'", cmd)
session = aexpect.ShellSession(cmd, linesep=linesep, prompt=prompt)
try:
_remote_login(session, username, password, prompt, timeout)
except:
session.close()
raise
if log_filename:
session.set_output_func(log_line)
session.set_output_params((log_filename,))
return session
def wait_for_login(client, host, port, username, password, prompt, linesep="\n",
log_filename=None, timeout=240, internal_timeout=10):
"""
Make multiple attempts to log into a remote host (guest) until one succeeds
or timeout expires.
@param timeout: Total time duration to wait for a successful login
@param internal_timeout: The maximal time duration (in seconds) to wait for
each step of the login procedure (e.g. the "Are you sure" prompt
or the password prompt)
@see: remote_login()
@raise: Whatever remote_login() raises
@return: A ShellSession object.
"""
logging.debug("Attempting to log into %s:%s using %s (timeout %ds)",
host, port, client, timeout)
end_time = time.time() + timeout
while time.time() < end_time:
try:
return remote_login(client, host, port, username, password, prompt,
linesep, log_filename, internal_timeout)
except LoginError, e:
logging.debug(e)
time.sleep(2)
# Timeout expired; try one more time but don't catch exceptions
return remote_login(client, host, port, username, password, prompt,
linesep, log_filename, internal_timeout)
def _remote_scp(session, password_list, transfer_timeout=600, login_timeout=10):
"""
Transfer file(s) to a remote host (guest) using SCP. Wait for questions
and provide answers. If login_timeout expires while waiting for output
from the child (e.g. a password prompt), fail. If transfer_timeout expires
while waiting for the transfer to complete, fail.
@brief: Transfer files using SCP, given a command line.
@param session: An Expect or ShellSession instance to operate on
@param password_list: Password list to send in reply to the password prompt
@param transfer_timeout: The time duration (in seconds) to wait for the
transfer to complete.
@param login_timeout: The maximal time duration (in seconds) to wait for
each step of the login procedure (i.e. the "Are you sure" prompt or
the password prompt)
@raise SCPAuthenticationError: If authentication fails
@raise SCPTransferTimeoutError: If the transfer fails to complete in time
@raise SCPTransferFailedError: If the process terminates with a nonzero
exit code
@raise SCPError: If some other error occurs
"""
password_prompt_count = 0
timeout = login_timeout
authentication_done = False
scp_type = len(password_list)
while True:
try:
match, text = session.read_until_last_line_matches(
[r"[Aa]re you sure", r"[Pp]assword:\s*$", r"lost connection"],
timeout=timeout, internal_timeout=0.5)
if match == 0: # "Are you sure you want to continue connecting"
logging.debug("Got 'Are you sure...', sending 'yes'")
session.sendline("yes")
continue
elif match == 1: # "password:"
if password_prompt_count == 0:
logging.debug("Got password prompt, sending '%s'" %
password_list[password_prompt_count])
session.sendline(password_list[password_prompt_count])
password_prompt_count += 1
timeout = transfer_timeout
if scp_type == 1:
authentication_done = True
continue
elif password_prompt_count == 1 and scp_type == 2:
logging.debug("Got password prompt, sending '%s'" %
password_list[password_prompt_count])
session.sendline(password_list[password_prompt_count])
password_prompt_count += 1
timeout = transfer_timeout
authentication_done = True
continue
else:
raise SCPAuthenticationError("Got password prompt twice",
text)
elif match == 2: # "lost connection"
raise SCPError("SCP client said 'lost connection'", text)
except aexpect.ExpectTimeoutError, e:
if authentication_done:
raise SCPTransferTimeoutError(e.output)
else:
raise SCPAuthenticationTimeoutError(e.output)
except aexpect.ExpectProcessTerminatedError, e:
if e.status == 0:
logging.debug("SCP process terminated with status 0")
break
else:
raise SCPTransferFailedError(e.status, e.output)
def remote_scp(command, password_list, log_filename=None, transfer_timeout=600,
login_timeout=10):
"""
Transfer file(s) to a remote host (guest) using SCP.
@brief: Transfer files using SCP, given a command line.
@param command: The command to execute
(e.g. "scp -r foobar root@localhost:/tmp/").
@param password_list: Password list to send in reply to a password prompt.
@param log_filename: If specified, log all output to this file
@param transfer_timeout: The time duration (in seconds) to wait for the
transfer to complete.
@param login_timeout: The maximal time duration (in seconds) to wait for
each step of the login procedure (i.e. the "Are you sure" prompt
or the password prompt)
@raise: Whatever _remote_scp() raises
"""
logging.debug("Trying to SCP with command '%s', timeout %ss",
command, transfer_timeout)
if log_filename:
output_func = log_line
output_params = (log_filename,)
else:
output_func = None
output_params = ()
session = aexpect.Expect(command,
output_func=output_func,
output_params=output_params)
try:
_remote_scp(session, password_list, transfer_timeout, login_timeout)
finally:
session.close()
def scp_to_remote(host, port, username, password, local_path, remote_path,
log_filename=None, timeout=600):
"""
Copy files to a remote host (guest) through scp.
@param host: Hostname or IP address
@param username: Username (if required)
@param password: Password (if required)
@param local_path: Path on the local machine where we are copying from
@param remote_path: Path on the remote machine where we are copying to
@param log_filename: If specified, log all output to this file
@param timeout: The time duration (in seconds) to wait for the transfer
to complete.
@raise: Whatever remote_scp() raises
"""
command = ("scp -v -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null "
"-o PreferredAuthentications=password -r -P %s %s %s@%s:%s" %
(port, local_path, username, host, remote_path))
password_list = []
password_list.append(password)
return remote_scp(command, password_list, log_filename, timeout)
def scp_from_remote(host, port, username, password, remote_path, local_path,
log_filename=None, timeout=600):
"""
Copy files from a remote host (guest).
@param host: Hostname or IP address
@param username: Username (if required)
@param password: Password (if required)
@param local_path: Path on the local machine where we are copying from
@param remote_path: Path on the remote machine where we are copying to
@param log_filename: If specified, log all output to this file
@param timeout: The time duration (in seconds) to wait for the transfer
to complete.
@raise: Whatever remote_scp() raises
"""
command = ("scp -v -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null "
"-o PreferredAuthentications=password -r -P %s %s@%s:%s %s" %
(port, username, host, remote_path, local_path))
password_list = []
password_list.append(password)
remote_scp(command, password_list, log_filename, timeout)
def scp_between_remotes(src, dst, port, s_passwd, d_passwd, s_name, d_name,
s_path, d_path, log_filename=None, timeout=600):
"""
Copy files from a remote host (guest) to another remote host (guest).
@param src/dst: Hostname or IP address of src and dst
@param s_name/d_name: Username (if required)
@param s_passwd/d_passwd: Password (if required)
@param s_path/d_path: Path on the remote machine where we are copying
from/to
@param log_filename: If specified, log all output to this file
@param timeout: The time duration (in seconds) to wait for the transfer
to complete.
@return: True on success and False on failure.
"""
command = ("scp -v -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null -o "
"PreferredAuthentications=password -r -P %s %s@%s:%s %s@%s:%s" %
(port, s_name, src, s_path, d_name, dst, d_path))
password_list = []
password_list.append(s_passwd)
password_list.append(d_passwd)
return remote_scp(command, password_list, log_filename, timeout)
def copy_files_to(address, client, username, password, port, local_path,
remote_path, log_filename=None, verbose=False, timeout=600):
"""
Copy files to a remote host (guest) using the selected client.
@param client: Type of transfer client
@param username: Username (if required)
@param password: Password (if requried)
@param local_path: Path on the local machine where we are copying from
@param remote_path: Path on the remote machine where we are copying to
@param address: Address of remote host(guest)
@param log_filename: If specified, log all output to this file (SCP only)
@param verbose: If True, log some stats using logging.debug (RSS only)
@param timeout: The time duration (in seconds) to wait for the transfer to
complete.
@raise: Whatever remote_scp() raises
"""
if client == "scp":
scp_to_remote(address, port, username, password, local_path,
remote_path, log_filename, timeout)
elif client == "rss":
log_func = None
if verbose:
log_func = logging.debug
c = rss_client.FileUploadClient(address, port, log_func)
c.upload(local_path, remote_path, timeout)
c.close()
def copy_files_from(address, client, username, password, port, remote_path,
local_path, log_filename=None, verbose=False, timeout=600):
"""
Copy files from a remote host (guest) using the selected client.
@param client: Type of transfer client
@param username: Username (if required)
@param password: Password (if requried)
@param remote_path: Path on the remote machine where we are copying from
@param local_path: Path on the local machine where we are copying to
@param address: Address of remote host(guest)
@param log_filename: If specified, log all output to this file (SCP only)
@param verbose: If True, log some stats using logging.debug (RSS only)
@param timeout: The time duration (in seconds) to wait for the transfer to
complete.
@raise: Whatever remote_scp() raises
"""
if client == "scp":
scp_from_remote(address, port, username, password, remote_path,
local_path, log_filename, timeout)
elif client == "rss":
log_func = None
if verbose:
log_func = logging.debug
c = rss_client.FileDownloadClient(address, port, log_func)
c.download(remote_path, local_path, timeout)
c.close()
# The following are utility functions related to ports.
def is_port_free(port, address):
"""
Return True if the given port is available for use.
@param port: Port number
"""
try:
s = socket.socket()
#s.setsockopt(socket.SOL_SOCKET, socket.SO_REUSEADDR, 1)
if address == "localhost":
s.bind(("localhost", port))
free = True
else:
s.connect((address, port))
free = False
except socket.error:
if address == "localhost":
free = False
else:
free = True
s.close()
return free
def find_free_port(start_port, end_port, address="localhost"):
"""
Return a host free port in the range [start_port, end_port].
@param start_port: First port that will be checked.
@param end_port: Port immediately after the last one that will be checked.
"""
for i in range(start_port, end_port):
if is_port_free(i, address):
return i
return None
def find_free_ports(start_port, end_port, count, address="localhost"):
"""
Return count of host free ports in the range [start_port, end_port].
@count: Initial number of ports known to be free in the range.
@param start_port: First port that will be checked.
@param end_port: Port immediately after the last one that will be checked.
"""
ports = []
i = start_port
while i < end_port and count > 0:
if is_port_free(i, address):
ports.append(i)
count -= 1
i += 1
return ports
# An easy way to log lines to files when the logging system can't be used
_open_log_files = {}
_log_file_dir = "/tmp"
def log_line(filename, line):
"""
Write a line to a file. '\n' is appended to the line.
@param filename: Path of file to write to, either absolute or relative to
the dir set by set_log_file_dir().
@param line: Line to write.
"""
global _open_log_files, _log_file_dir
if filename not in _open_log_files:
path = get_path(_log_file_dir, filename)
try:
os.makedirs(os.path.dirname(path))
except OSError:
pass
_open_log_files[filename] = open(path, "w")
timestr = time.strftime("%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S")
_open_log_files[filename].write("%s: %s\n" % (timestr, line))
_open_log_files[filename].flush()
def set_log_file_dir(dir):
"""
Set the base directory for log files created by log_line().
@param dir: Directory for log files.
"""
global _log_file_dir
_log_file_dir = dir
# The following are miscellaneous utility functions.
def get_path(base_path, user_path):
"""
Translate a user specified path to a real path.
If user_path is relative, append it to base_path.
If user_path is absolute, return it as is.
@param base_path: The base path of relative user specified paths.
@param user_path: The user specified path.
"""
if os.path.isabs(user_path):
return user_path
else:
return os.path.join(base_path, user_path)
def generate_random_string(length):
"""
Return a random string using alphanumeric characters.
@length: length of the string that will be generated.
"""
r = random.SystemRandom()
str = ""
chars = string.letters + string.digits
while length > 0:
str += r.choice(chars)
length -= 1
return str
def generate_random_id():
"""
Return a random string suitable for use as a qemu id.
"""
return "id" + generate_random_string(6)
def generate_tmp_file_name(file, ext=None, dir='/tmp/'):
"""
Returns a temporary file name. The file is not created.
"""
while True:
file_name = (file + '-' + time.strftime("%Y%m%d-%H%M%S-") +
generate_random_string(4))
if ext:
file_name += '.' + ext
file_name = os.path.join(dir, file_name)
if not os.path.exists(file_name):
break
return file_name
def format_str_for_message(str):
"""
Format str so that it can be appended to a message.
If str consists of one line, prefix it with a space.
If str consists of multiple lines, prefix it with a newline.
@param str: string that will be formatted.
"""
lines = str.splitlines()
num_lines = len(lines)
str = "\n".join(lines)
if num_lines == 0:
return ""
elif num_lines == 1:
return " " + str
else:
return "\n" + str
def wait_for(func, timeout, first=0.0, step=1.0, text=None):
"""
If func() evaluates to True before timeout expires, return the
value of func(). Otherwise return None.
@brief: Wait until func() evaluates to True.
@param timeout: Timeout in seconds
@param first: Time to sleep before first attempt
@param steps: Time to sleep between attempts in seconds
@param text: Text to print while waiting, for debug purposes
"""
start_time = time.time()
end_time = time.time() + timeout
time.sleep(first)
while time.time() < end_time:
if text:
logging.debug("%s (%f secs)", text, (time.time() - start_time))
output = func()
if output:
return output
time.sleep(step)
return None
def get_hash_from_file(hash_path, dvd_basename):
"""
Get the a hash from a given DVD image from a hash file
(Hash files are usually named MD5SUM or SHA1SUM and are located inside the
download directories of the DVDs)
@param hash_path: Local path to a hash file.
@param cd_image: Basename of a CD image
"""
hash_file = open(hash_path, 'r')
for line in hash_file.readlines():
if dvd_basename in line:
return line.split()[0]
def run_tests(parser, job):
"""
Runs the sequence of KVM tests based on the list of dictionaries
generated by the configuration system, handling dependencies.
@param parser: Config parser object.
@param job: Autotest job object.
@return: True, if all tests ran passed, False if any of them failed.
"""
for i, d in enumerate(parser.get_dicts()):
logging.info("Test %4d: %s" % (i + 1, d["shortname"]))
status_dict = {}
failed = False
for dict in parser.get_dicts():
if dict.get("skip") == "yes":
continue
dependencies_satisfied = True
for dep in dict.get("dep"):
for test_name in status_dict.keys():
if not dep in test_name:
continue
# So the only really non-fatal state is WARN,
# All the others make it not safe to proceed with dependency
# execution
if status_dict[test_name] not in ['GOOD', 'WARN']:
dependencies_satisfied = False
break
test_iterations = int(dict.get("iterations", 1))
test_tag = dict.get("shortname")
if dependencies_satisfied:
# Setting up profilers during test execution.
profilers = dict.get("profilers", "").split()
for profiler in profilers:
job.profilers.add(profiler)
# We need only one execution, profiled, hence we're passing
# the profile_only parameter to job.run_test().
profile_only = bool(profilers) or None
current_status = job.run_test_detail(dict.get("vm_type"),
params=dict,
tag=test_tag,
iterations=test_iterations,
profile_only=profile_only)
for profiler in profilers:
job.profilers.delete(profiler)
else:
# We will force the test to fail as TestNA during preprocessing
dict['dependency_failed'] = 'yes'
current_status = job.run_test_detail(dict.get("vm_type"),
params=dict,
tag=test_tag,
iterations=test_iterations)
if not current_status:
failed = True
status_dict[dict.get("name")] = current_status
return not failed
def display_attributes(instance):
"""
Inspects a given class instance attributes and displays them, convenient
for debugging.
"""
logging.debug("Attributes set:")
for member in inspect.getmembers(instance):
name, value = member
attribute = getattr(instance, name)
if not (name.startswith("__") or callable(attribute) or not value):
logging.debug(" %s: %s", name, value)
def get_full_pci_id(pci_id):
"""
Get full PCI ID of pci_id.
@param pci_id: PCI ID of a device.
"""
cmd = "lspci -D | awk '/%s/ {print $1}'" % pci_id
status, full_id = commands.getstatusoutput(cmd)
if status != 0:
return None
return full_id
def get_vendor_from_pci_id(pci_id):
"""
Check out the device vendor ID according to pci_id.
@param pci_id: PCI ID of a device.
"""
cmd = "lspci -n | awk '/%s/ {print $3}'" % pci_id
return re.sub(":", " ", commands.getoutput(cmd))
def get_cpu_flags():
"""
Returns a list of the CPU flags
"""
flags_re = re.compile(r'^flags\s*:(.*)')
for line in open('/proc/cpuinfo').readlines():
match = flags_re.match(line)
if match:
return match.groups()[0].split()
return []
def get_cpu_vendor(cpu_flags=[], verbose=True):
"""
Returns the name of the CPU vendor, either intel, amd or unknown
"""
if not cpu_flags:
cpu_flags = get_cpu_flags()
if 'vmx' in cpu_flags:
vendor = 'intel'
elif 'svm' in cpu_flags:
vendor = 'amd'
else:
vendor = 'unknown'
if verbose:
logging.debug("Detected CPU vendor as '%s'", vendor)
return vendor
def get_archive_tarball_name(source_dir, tarball_name, compression):
'''
Get the name for a tarball file, based on source, name and compression
'''
if tarball_name is None:
tarball_name = os.path.basename(source_dir)
if not tarball_name.endswith('.tar'):
tarball_name = '%s.tar' % tarball_name
if compression and not tarball_name.endswith('.%s' % compression):
tarball_name = '%s.%s' % (tarball_name, compression)
return tarball_name
def archive_as_tarball(source_dir, dest_dir, tarball_name=None,
compression='bz2', verbose=True):
'''
Saves the given source directory to the given destination as a tarball
If the name of the archive is omitted, it will be taken from the
source_dir. If it is an absolute path, dest_dir will be ignored. But,
if both the destination directory and tarball anem is given, and the
latter is not an absolute path, they will be combined.
For archiving directory '/tmp' in '/net/server/backup' as file
'tmp.tar.bz2', simply use:
>>> virt_utils.archive_as_tarball('/tmp', '/net/server/backup')
To save the file it with a different name, say 'host1-tmp.tar.bz2'
and save it under '/net/server/backup', use:
>>> virt_utils.archive_as_tarball('/tmp', '/net/server/backup',
'host1-tmp')
To save with gzip compression instead (resulting in the file
'/net/server/backup/host1-tmp.tar.gz'), use:
>>> virt_utils.archive_as_tarball('/tmp', '/net/server/backup',
'host1-tmp', 'gz')
'''
tarball_name = get_archive_tarball_name(source_dir,
tarball_name,
compression)
if not os.path.isabs(tarball_name):
tarball_path = os.path.join(dest_dir, tarball_name)
else:
tarball_path = tarball_name
if verbose:
logging.debug('Archiving %s as %s' % (source_dir,
tarball_path))
os.chdir(os.path.dirname(source_dir))
tarball = tarfile.TarFile(name=tarball_path, mode='w')
tarball = tarball.open(name=tarball_path, mode='w:%s' % compression)
tarball.add(os.path.basename(source_dir))
tarball.close()
class Thread(threading.Thread):
"""
Run a function in a background thread.
"""
def __init__(self, target, args=(), kwargs={}):
"""
Initialize the instance.
@param target: Function to run in the thread.
@param args: Arguments to pass to target.
@param kwargs: Keyword arguments to pass to target.
"""
threading.Thread.__init__(self)
self._target = target
self._args = args
self._kwargs = kwargs
def run(self):
"""
Run target (passed to the constructor). No point in calling this
function directly. Call start() to make this function run in a new
thread.
"""
self._e = None
self._retval = None
try:
try:
self._retval = self._target(*self._args, **self._kwargs)
except:
self._e = sys.exc_info()
raise
finally:
# Avoid circular references (start() may be called only once so
# it's OK to delete these)
del self._target, self._args, self._kwargs
def join(self, timeout=None, suppress_exception=False):
"""
Join the thread. If target raised an exception, re-raise it.
Otherwise, return the value returned by target.
@param timeout: Timeout value to pass to threading.Thread.join().
@param suppress_exception: If True, don't re-raise the exception.
"""
threading.Thread.join(self, timeout)
try:
if self._e:
if not suppress_exception:
# Because the exception was raised in another thread, we
# need to explicitly insert the current context into it
s = error.exception_context(self._e[1])
s = error.join_contexts(error.get_context(), s)
error.set_exception_context(self._e[1], s)
raise self._e[0], self._e[1], self._e[2]
else:
return self._retval
finally:
# Avoid circular references (join() may be called multiple times
# so we can't delete these)
self._e = None
self._retval = None
def parallel(targets):
"""
Run multiple functions in parallel.
@param targets: A sequence of tuples or functions. If it's a sequence of
tuples, each tuple will be interpreted as (target, args, kwargs) or
(target, args) or (target,) depending on its length. If it's a
sequence of functions, the functions will be called without
arguments.
@return: A list of the values returned by the functions called.
"""
threads = []
for target in targets:
if isinstance(target, tuple) or isinstance(target, list):
t = Thread(*target)
else:
t = Thread(target)
threads.append(t)
t.start()
return [t.join() for t in threads]
class VirtLoggingConfig(logging_config.LoggingConfig):
"""
Used with the sole purpose of providing convenient logging setup
for the KVM test auxiliary programs.
"""
def configure_logging(self, results_dir=None, verbose=False):
super(VirtLoggingConfig, self).configure_logging(use_console=True,
verbose=verbose)
class PciAssignable(object):
"""
Request PCI assignable devices on host. It will check whether to request
PF (physical Functions) or VF (Virtual Functions).
"""
def __init__(self, type="vf", driver=None, driver_option=None,
names=None, devices_requested=None):
"""
Initialize parameter 'type' which could be:
vf: Virtual Functions
pf: Physical Function (actual hardware)
mixed: Both includes VFs and PFs
If pass through Physical NIC cards, we need to specify which devices
to be assigned, e.g. 'eth1 eth2'.
If pass through Virtual Functions, we need to specify how many vfs
are going to be assigned, e.g. passthrough_count = 8 and max_vfs in
config file.
@param type: PCI device type.
@param driver: Kernel module for the PCI assignable device.
@param driver_option: Module option to specify the maximum number of
VFs (eg 'max_vfs=7')
@param names: Physical NIC cards correspondent network interfaces,
e.g.'eth1 eth2 ...'
@param devices_requested: Number of devices being requested.
"""
self.type = type
self.driver = driver
self.driver_option = driver_option
if names:
self.name_list = names.split()
if devices_requested:
self.devices_requested = int(devices_requested)
else:
self.devices_requested = None
def _get_pf_pci_id(self, name, search_str):
"""
Get the PF PCI ID according to name.
@param name: Name of the PCI device.
@param search_str: Search string to be used on lspci.
"""
cmd = "ethtool -i %s | awk '/bus-info/ {print $2}'" % name
s, pci_id = commands.getstatusoutput(cmd)
if not (s or "Cannot get driver information" in pci_id):
return pci_id[5:]
cmd = "lspci | awk '/%s/ {print $1}'" % search_str
pci_ids = [id for id in commands.getoutput(cmd).splitlines()]
nic_id = int(re.search('[0-9]+', name).group(0))
if (len(pci_ids) - 1) < nic_id:
return None
return pci_ids[nic_id]
def _release_dev(self, pci_id):
"""
Release a single PCI device.
@param pci_id: PCI ID of a given PCI device.
"""
base_dir = "/sys/bus/pci"
full_id = get_full_pci_id(pci_id)
vendor_id = get_vendor_from_pci_id(pci_id)
drv_path = os.path.join(base_dir, "devices/%s/driver" % full_id)
if 'pci-stub' in os.readlink(drv_path):
cmd = "echo '%s' > %s/new_id" % (vendor_id, drv_path)
if os.system(cmd):
return False
stub_path = os.path.join(base_dir, "drivers/pci-stub")
cmd = "echo '%s' > %s/unbind" % (full_id, stub_path)
if os.system(cmd):
return False
driver = self.dev_drivers[pci_id]
cmd = "echo '%s' > %s/bind" % (full_id, driver)
if os.system(cmd):
return False
return True
def get_vf_devs(self):
"""
Catch all VFs PCI IDs.
@return: List with all PCI IDs for the Virtual Functions avaliable
"""
if not self.sr_iov_setup():
return []
cmd = "lspci | awk '/Virtual Function/ {print $1}'"
return commands.getoutput(cmd).split()
def get_pf_devs(self):
"""
Catch all PFs PCI IDs.
@return: List with all PCI IDs for the physical hardware requested
"""
pf_ids = []
for name in self.name_list:
pf_id = self._get_pf_pci_id(name, "Ethernet")
if not pf_id:
continue
pf_ids.append(pf_id)
return pf_ids
def get_devs(self, count):
"""
Check out all devices' PCI IDs according to their name.
@param count: count number of PCI devices needed for pass through
@return: a list of all devices' PCI IDs
"""
if self.type == "vf":
vf_ids = self.get_vf_devs()
elif self.type == "pf":
vf_ids = self.get_pf_devs()
elif self.type == "mixed":
vf_ids = self.get_vf_devs()
vf_ids.extend(self.get_pf_devs())
return vf_ids[0:count]
def get_vfs_count(self):
"""
Get VFs count number according to lspci.
"""
# FIXME: Need to think out a method of identify which
# 'virtual function' belongs to which physical card considering
# that if the host has more than one 82576 card. PCI_ID?
cmd = "lspci | grep 'Virtual Function' | wc -l"
return int(commands.getoutput(cmd))
def check_vfs_count(self):
"""
Check VFs count number according to the parameter driver_options.
"""
# Network card 82576 has two network interfaces and each can be
# virtualized up to 7 virtual functions, therefore we multiply
# two for the value of driver_option 'max_vfs'.
expected_count = int((re.findall("(\d)", self.driver_option)[0])) * 2
return (self.get_vfs_count == expected_count)
def is_binded_to_stub(self, full_id):
"""
Verify whether the device with full_id is already binded to pci-stub.
@param full_id: Full ID for the given PCI device
"""
base_dir = "/sys/bus/pci"
stub_path = os.path.join(base_dir, "drivers/pci-stub")
if os.path.exists(os.path.join(stub_path, full_id)):
return True
return False
def sr_iov_setup(self):
"""
Ensure the PCI device is working in sr_iov mode.
Check if the PCI hardware device drive is loaded with the appropriate,
parameters (number of VFs), and if it's not, perform setup.
@return: True, if the setup was completed successfuly, False otherwise.
"""
re_probe = False
s, o = commands.getstatusoutput('lsmod | grep %s' % self.driver)
if s:
re_probe = True
elif not self.check_vfs_count():
os.system("modprobe -r %s" % self.driver)
re_probe = True
else:
return True
# Re-probe driver with proper number of VFs
if re_probe:
cmd = "modprobe %s %s" % (self.driver, self.driver_option)
logging.info("Loading the driver '%s' with option '%s'",
self.driver, self.driver_option)
s, o = commands.getstatusoutput(cmd)
if s:
return False
return True
def request_devs(self):
"""
Implement setup process: unbind the PCI device and then bind it
to the pci-stub driver.
@return: a list of successfully requested devices' PCI IDs.
"""
base_dir = "/sys/bus/pci"
stub_path = os.path.join(base_dir, "drivers/pci-stub")
self.pci_ids = self.get_devs(self.devices_requested)
logging.debug("The following pci_ids were found: %s", self.pci_ids)
requested_pci_ids = []
self.dev_drivers = {}
# Setup all devices specified for assignment to guest
for pci_id in self.pci_ids:
full_id = get_full_pci_id(pci_id)
if not full_id:
continue
drv_path = os.path.join(base_dir, "devices/%s/driver" % full_id)
dev_prev_driver = os.path.realpath(os.path.join(drv_path,
os.readlink(drv_path)))
self.dev_drivers[pci_id] = dev_prev_driver
# Judge whether the device driver has been binded to stub
if not self.is_binded_to_stub(full_id):
logging.debug("Binding device %s to stub", full_id)
vendor_id = get_vendor_from_pci_id(pci_id)
stub_new_id = os.path.join(stub_path, 'new_id')
unbind_dev = os.path.join(drv_path, 'unbind')
stub_bind = os.path.join(stub_path, 'bind')
info_write_to_files = [(vendor_id, stub_new_id),
(full_id, unbind_dev),
(full_id, stub_bind)]
for content, file in info_write_to_files:
try:
utils.open_write_close(file, content)
except IOError:
logging.debug("Failed to write %s to file %s", content,
file)
continue
if not self.is_binded_to_stub(full_id):
logging.error("Binding device %s to stub failed", pci_id)
continue
else:
logging.debug("Device %s already binded to stub", pci_id)
requested_pci_ids.append(pci_id)
self.pci_ids = requested_pci_ids
return self.pci_ids
def release_devs(self):
"""
Release all PCI devices currently assigned to VMs back to the
virtualization host.
"""
try:
for pci_id in self.dev_drivers:
if not self._release_dev(pci_id):
logging.error("Failed to release device %s to host", pci_id)
else:
logging.info("Released device %s successfully", pci_id)
except:
return
class KojiClient(object):
"""
Stablishes a connection with the build system, either koji or brew.
This class provides convenience methods to retrieve information on packages
and the packages themselves hosted on the build system. Packages should be
specified in the KojiPgkSpec syntax.
"""
CMD_LOOKUP_ORDER = ['/usr/bin/brew', '/usr/bin/koji' ]
CONFIG_MAP = {'/usr/bin/brew': '/etc/brewkoji.conf',
'/usr/bin/koji': '/etc/koji.conf'}
def __init__(self, cmd=None):
"""
Verifies whether the system has koji or brew installed, then loads
the configuration file that will be used to download the files.
@type cmd: string
@param cmd: Optional command name, either 'brew' or 'koji'. If not
set, get_default_command() is used and to look for
one of them.
@raise: ValueError
"""
if not KOJI_INSTALLED:
raise ValueError('No koji/brew installed on the machine')
# Instance variables used by many methods
self.command = None
self.config = None
self.config_options = {}
self.session = None
# Set koji command or get default
if cmd is None:
self.command = self.get_default_command()
else:
self.command = cmd
# Check koji command
if not self.is_command_valid():
raise ValueError('Koji command "%s" is not valid' % self.command)
# Assuming command is valid, set configuration file and read it
self.config = self.CONFIG_MAP[self.command]
self.read_config()
# Setup koji session
server_url = self.config_options['server']
session_options = self.get_session_options()
self.session = koji.ClientSession(server_url,
session_options)
def read_config(self, check_is_valid=True):
'''
Reads options from the Koji configuration file
By default it checks if the koji configuration is valid
@type check_valid: boolean
@param check_valid: whether to include a check on the configuration
@raises: ValueError
@returns: None
'''
if check_is_valid:
if not self.is_config_valid():
raise ValueError('Koji config "%s" is not valid' % self.config)
config = ConfigParser.ConfigParser()
config.read(self.config)
basename = os.path.basename(self.command)
for name, value in config.items(basename):
self.config_options[name] = value
def get_session_options(self):
'''
Filter only options necessary for setting up a cobbler client session
@returns: only the options used for session setup
'''
session_options = {}
for name, value in self.config_options.items():
if name in ('user', 'password', 'debug_xmlrpc', 'debug'):
session_options[name] = value
return session_options
def is_command_valid(self):
'''
Checks if the currently set koji command is valid
@returns: True or False
'''
koji_command_ok = True
if not os.path.isfile(self.command):
logging.error('Koji command "%s" is not a regular file',
self.command)
koji_command_ok = False
if not os.access(self.command, os.X_OK):
logging.warn('Koji command "%s" is not executable: this is '
'not fatal but indicates an unexpected situation',
self.command)
if not self.command in self.CONFIG_MAP.keys():
logging.error('Koji command "%s" does not have a configuration '
'file associated to it', self.command)
koji_command_ok = False
return koji_command_ok
def is_config_valid(self):
'''
Checks if the currently set koji configuration is valid
@returns: True or False
'''
koji_config_ok = True
if not os.path.isfile(self.config):
logging.error('Koji config "%s" is not a regular file', self.config)
koji_config_ok = False
if not os.access(self.config, os.R_OK):
logging.error('Koji config "%s" is not readable', self.config)
koji_config_ok = False
config = ConfigParser.ConfigParser()
config.read(self.config)
basename = os.path.basename(self.command)
if not config.has_section(basename):
logging.error('Koji configuration file "%s" does not have a '
'section "%s", named after the base name of the '
'currently set koji command "%s"', self.config,
basename, self.command)
koji_config_ok = False
return koji_config_ok
def get_default_command(self):
'''
Looks up for koji or brew "binaries" on the system
Systems with plain koji usually don't have a brew cmd, while systems
with koji, have *both* koji and brew utilities. So we look for brew
first, and if found, we consider that the system is configured for
brew. If not, we consider this is a system with plain koji.
@returns: either koji or brew command line executable path, or None
'''
koji_command = None
for command in self.CMD_LOOKUP_ORDER:
if os.path.isfile(command):
koji_command = command
break
else:
koji_command_basename = os.path.basename(koji_command)
try:
koji_command = os_dep.command(koji_command_basename)
break
except ValueError:
pass
return koji_command
def get_pkg_info(self, pkg):
'''
Returns information from Koji on the package
@type pkg: KojiPkgSpec
@param pkg: information about the package, as a KojiPkgSpec instance
@returns: information from Koji about the specified package
'''
info = {}
if pkg.build is not None:
info = self.session.getBuild(int(pkg.build))
elif pkg.tag is not None and pkg.package is not None:
builds = self.session.listTagged(pkg.tag,
latest=True,
inherit=True,
package=pkg.package)
if builds:
info = builds[0]
return info
def is_pkg_valid(self, pkg):
'''
Checks if this package is altogether valid on Koji
This verifies if the build or tag specified in the package
specification actually exist on the Koji server
@returns: True or False
'''
valid = True
if pkg.build:
if not self.is_pkg_spec_build_valid(pkg):
valid = False
elif pkg.tag:
if not self.is_pkg_spec_tag_valid(pkg):
valid = False
else:
valid = False
return valid
def is_pkg_spec_build_valid(self, pkg):
'''
Checks if build is valid on Koji
@param pkg: a Pkg instance
'''
if pkg.build is not None:
info = self.session.getBuild(int(pkg.build))
if info:
return True
return False
def is_pkg_spec_tag_valid(self, pkg):
'''
Checks if tag is valid on Koji
@type pkg: KojiPkgSpec
@param pkg: a package specification
'''
if pkg.tag is not None:
tag = self.session.getTag(pkg.tag)
if tag:
return True
return False
def get_pkg_rpm_info(self, pkg, arch=None):
'''
Returns a list of infomation on the RPM packages found on koji
@type pkg: KojiPkgSpec
@param pkg: a package specification
@type arch: string
@param arch: packages built for this architecture, but also including
architecture independent (noarch) packages
'''
if arch is None:
arch = utils.get_arch()
rpms = []
info = self.get_pkg_info(pkg)
if info:
rpms = self.session.listRPMs(buildID=info['id'],
arches=[arch, 'noarch'])
if pkg.subpackages:
rpms = [d for d in rpms if d['name'] in pkg.subpackages]
return rpms
def get_pkg_rpm_names(self, pkg, arch=None):
'''
Gets the names for the RPM packages specified in pkg
@type pkg: KojiPkgSpec
@param pkg: a package specification
@type arch: string
@param arch: packages built for this architecture, but also including
architecture independent (noarch) packages
'''
if arch is None:
arch = utils.get_arch()
rpms = self.get_pkg_rpm_info(pkg, arch)
return [rpm['name'] for rpm in rpms]
def get_pkg_rpm_file_names(self, pkg, arch=None):
'''
Gets the file names for the RPM packages specified in pkg
@type pkg: KojiPkgSpec
@param pkg: a package specification
@type arch: string
@param arch: packages built for this architecture, but also including
architecture independent (noarch) packages
'''
if arch is None:
arch = utils.get_arch()
rpm_names = []
rpms = self.get_pkg_rpm_info(pkg, arch)
for rpm in rpms:
arch_rpm_name = koji.pathinfo.rpm(rpm)
rpm_name = os.path.basename(arch_rpm_name)
rpm_names.append(rpm_name)
return rpm_names
def get_pkg_urls(self, pkg, arch=None):
'''
Gets the urls for the packages specified in pkg
@type pkg: KojiPkgSpec
@param pkg: a package specification
@type arch: string
@param arch: packages built for this architecture, but also including
architecture independent (noarch) packages
'''
info = self.get_pkg_info(pkg)
rpms = self.get_pkg_rpm_info(pkg, arch)
rpm_urls = []
for rpm in rpms:
rpm_name = koji.pathinfo.rpm(rpm)
url = ("%s/%s/%s/%s/%s" % (self.config_options['pkgurl'],
info['package_name'],
info['version'], info['release'],
rpm_name))
rpm_urls.append(url)
return rpm_urls
def get_pkgs(self, pkg, dst_dir, arch=None):
'''
Download the packages
@type pkg: KojiPkgSpec
@param pkg: a package specification
@type dst_dir: string
@param dst_dir: the destination directory, where the downloaded
packages will be saved on
@type arch: string
@param arch: packages built for this architecture, but also including
architecture independent (noarch) packages
'''
rpm_urls = self.get_pkg_urls(pkg, arch)
for url in rpm_urls:
utils.get_file(url,
os.path.join(dst_dir, os.path.basename(url)))
DEFAULT_KOJI_TAG = None
def set_default_koji_tag(tag):
'''
Sets the default tag that will be used
'''
global DEFAULT_KOJI_TAG
DEFAULT_KOJI_TAG = tag
def get_default_koji_tag():
return DEFAULT_KOJI_TAG
class KojiPkgSpec(object):
'''
A package specification syntax parser for Koji
This holds information on either tag or build, and packages to be fetched
from koji and possibly installed (features external do this class).
New objects can be created either by providing information in the textual
format or by using the actual parameters for tag, build, package and sub-
packages. The textual format is useful for command line interfaces and
configuration files, while using parameters is better for using this in
a programatic fashion.
The following sets of examples are interchangeable. Specifying all packages
part of build number 1000:
>>> from kvm_utils import KojiPkgSpec
>>> pkg = KojiPkgSpec('1000')
>>> pkg = KojiPkgSpec(build=1000)
Specifying only a subset of packages of build number 1000:
>>> pkg = KojiPkgSpec('1000:kernel,kernel-devel')
>>> pkg = KojiPkgSpec(build=1000,
subpackages=['kernel', 'kernel-devel'])
Specifying the latest build for the 'kernel' package tagged with 'dist-f14':
>>> pkg = KojiPkgSpec('dist-f14:kernel')
>>> pkg = KojiPkgSpec(tag='dist-f14', package='kernel')
Specifying the 'kernel' package using the default tag:
>>> kvm_utils.set_default_koji_tag('dist-f14')
>>> pkg = KojiPkgSpec('kernel')
>>> pkg = KojiPkgSpec(package='kernel')
Specifying the 'kernel' package using the default tag:
>>> kvm_utils.set_default_koji_tag('dist-f14')
>>> pkg = KojiPkgSpec('kernel')
>>> pkg = KojiPkgSpec(package='kernel')
If you do not specify a default tag, and give a package name without an
explicit tag, your package specification is considered invalid:
>>> print kvm_utils.get_default_koji_tag()
None
>>> print kvm_utils.KojiPkgSpec('kernel').is_valid()
False
>>> print kvm_utils.KojiPkgSpec(package='kernel').is_valid()
False
'''
SEP = ':'
def __init__(self, text='', tag=None, build=None,
package=None, subpackages=[]):
'''
Instantiates a new KojiPkgSpec object
@type text: string
@param text: a textual representation of a package on Koji that
will be parsed
@type tag: string
@param tag: a koji tag, example: Fedora-14-RELEASE
(see U{http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Koji#Tags_and_Targets})
@type build: number
@param build: a koji build, example: 1001
(see U{http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Koji#Koji_Architecture})
@type package: string
@param package: a koji package, example: python
(see U{http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Koji#Koji_Architecture})
@type subpackages: list of strings
@param subpackages: a list of package names, usually a subset of
the RPM packages generated by a given build
'''
# Set to None to indicate 'not set' (and be able to use 'is')
self.tag = None
self.build = None
self.package = None
self.subpackages = []
self.default_tag = None
# Textual representation takes precedence (most common use case)
if text:
self.parse(text)
else:
self.tag = tag
self.build = build
self.package = package
self.subpackages = subpackages
# Set the default tag, if set, as a fallback
if not self.build and not self.tag:
default_tag = get_default_koji_tag()
if default_tag is not None:
self.tag = default_tag
def parse(self, text):
'''
Parses a textual representation of a package specification
@type text: string
@param text: textual representation of a package in koji
'''
parts = text.count(self.SEP) + 1
if parts == 1:
if text.isdigit():
self.build = text
else:
self.package = text
elif parts == 2:
part1, part2 = text.split(self.SEP)
if part1.isdigit():
self.build = part1
self.subpackages = part2.split(',')
else:
self.tag = part1
self.package = part2
elif parts >= 3:
# Instead of erroring on more arguments, we simply ignore them
# This makes the parser suitable for future syntax additions, such
# as specifying the package architecture
part1, part2, part3 = text.split(self.SEP)[0:3]
self.tag = part1
self.package = part2
self.subpackages = part3.split(',')
def _is_invalid_neither_tag_or_build(self):
'''
Checks if this package is invalid due to not having either a valid
tag or build set, that is, both are empty.
@returns: True if this is invalid and False if it's valid
'''
return (self.tag is None and self.build is None)
def _is_invalid_package_but_no_tag(self):
'''
Checks if this package is invalid due to having a package name set
but tag or build set, that is, both are empty.
@returns: True if this is invalid and False if it's valid
'''
return (self.package and not self.tag)
def _is_invalid_subpackages_but_no_main_package(self):
'''
Checks if this package is invalid due to having a tag set (this is Ok)
but specifying subpackage names without specifying the main package
name.
Specifying subpackages without a main package name is only valid when
a build is used instead of a tag.
@returns: True if this is invalid and False if it's valid
'''
return (self.tag and self.subpackages and not self.package)
def is_valid(self):
'''
Checks if this package specification is valid.
Being valid means that it has enough and not conflicting information.
It does not validate that the packages specified actually existe on
the Koji server.
@returns: True or False
'''
if self._is_invalid_neither_tag_or_build():
return False
elif self._is_invalid_package_but_no_tag():
return False
elif self._is_invalid_subpackages_but_no_main_package():
return False
return True
def describe_invalid(self):
'''
Describes why this is not valid, in a human friendly way
'''
if self._is_invalid_neither_tag_or_build():
return 'neither a tag or build are set, and of them should be set'
elif self._is_invalid_package_but_no_tag():
return 'package name specified but no tag is set'
elif self._is_invalid_subpackages_but_no_main_package():
return 'subpackages specified but no main package is set'
return 'unkwown reason, seems to be valid'
def describe(self):
'''
Describe this package specification, in a human friendly way
@returns: package specification description
'''
if self.is_valid():
description = ''
if not self.subpackages:
description += 'all subpackages from %s ' % self.package
else:
description += ('only subpackage(s) %s from package %s ' %
(', '.join(self.subpackages), self.package))
if self.build:
description += 'from build %s' % self.build
elif self.tag:
description += 'tagged with %s' % self.tag
else:
raise ValueError, 'neither build or tag is set'
return description
else:
return ('Invalid package specification: %s' %
self.describe_invalid())
def __repr__(self):
return ("<KojiPkgSpec tag=%s build=%s pkg=%s subpkgs=%s>" %
(self.tag, self.build, self.package,
", ".join(self.subpackages)))
def umount(src, mount_point, type):
"""
Umount the src mounted in mount_point.
@src: mount source
@mount_point: mount point
@type: file system type
"""
mount_string = "%s %s %s" % (src, mount_point, type)
if mount_string in file("/etc/mtab").read():
umount_cmd = "umount %s" % mount_point
try:
utils.system(umount_cmd)
return True
except error.CmdError:
return False
else:
logging.debug("%s is not mounted under %s", src, mount_point)
return True
def mount(src, mount_point, type, perm="rw"):
"""
Mount the src into mount_point of the host.
@src: mount source
@mount_point: mount point
@type: file system type
@perm: mount premission
"""
umount(src, mount_point, type)
mount_string = "%s %s %s %s" % (src, mount_point, type, perm)
if mount_string in file("/etc/mtab").read():
logging.debug("%s is already mounted in %s with %s",
src, mount_point, perm)
return True
mount_cmd = "mount -t %s %s %s -o %s" % (type, src, mount_point, perm)
try:
utils.system(mount_cmd)
except error.CmdError:
return False
logging.debug("Verify the mount through /etc/mtab")
if mount_string in file("/etc/mtab").read():
logging.debug("%s is successfully mounted", src)
return True
else:
logging.error("Can't find mounted NFS share - /etc/mtab contents \n%s",
file("/etc/mtab").read())
return False
class GitRepoHelper(object):
'''
Helps to deal with git repos, mostly fetching content from a repo
'''
def __init__(self, uri, branch, destination_dir, commit=None, lbranch=None):
'''
Instantiates a new GitRepoHelper
@type uri: string
@param uri: git repository url
@type branch: string
@param branch: git remote branch
@type destination_dir: string
@param destination_dir: path of a dir where to save downloaded code
@type commit: string
@param commit: specific commit to download
@type lbranch: string
@param lbranch: git local branch name, if different from remote
'''
self.uri = uri
self.branch = branch
self.destination_dir = destination_dir
self.commit = commit
if lbranch is None:
self.lbranch = branch
def init(self):
'''
Initializes a directory for receiving a verbatim copy of git repo
This creates a directory if necessary, and either resets or inits
the repo
'''
if not os.path.exists(self.destination_dir):
logging.debug('Creating directory %s for git repo %s',
self.destination_dir, self.uri)
os.makedirs(self.destination_dir)
os.chdir(self.destination_dir)
if os.path.exists('.git'):
logging.debug('Resetting previously existing git repo at %s for '
'receiving git repo %s',
self.destination_dir, self.uri)
utils.system('git reset --hard')
else:
logging.debug('Initializing new git repo at %s for receiving '
'git repo %s',
self.destination_dir, self.uri)
utils.system('git init')
def fetch(self):
'''
Performs a git fetch from the remote repo
'''
logging.info("Fetching git [REP '%s' BRANCH '%s'] -> %s",
self.uri, self.branch, self.destination_dir)
os.chdir(self.destination_dir)
utils.system("git fetch -q -f -u -t %s %s:%s" % (self.uri,
self.branch,
self.lbranch))
def checkout(self):
'''
Performs a git checkout for a given branch and start point (commit)
'''
os.chdir(self.destination_dir)
logging.debug('Checking out local branch %s', self.lbranch)
utils.system("git checkout %s" % self.lbranch)
if self.commit is not None:
logging.debug('Checking out commit %s', self.commit)
utils.system("git checkout %s" % self.commit)
h = utils.system_output('git log --pretty=format:"%H" -1').strip()
try:
desc = "tag %s" % utils.system_output("git describe")
except error.CmdError:
desc = "no tag found"
logging.info("Commit hash for %s is %s (%s)", self.name, h, desc)
def execute(self):
'''
Performs all steps necessary to initialize and download a git repo
This includes the init, fetch and checkout steps in one single
utility method.
'''
self.init()
self.fetch()
self.checkout()
class GitRepoParamHelper(GitRepoHelper):
'''
Helps to deal with git repos specified in cartersian config files
This class attempts to make it simple to manage a git repo, by using a
naming standard that follows this basic syntax:
<prefix>_name_<suffix>
<prefix> is always 'git_repo' and <suffix> sets options for this git repo.
Example for repo named foo:
git_repo_foo_uri = git://git.foo.org/foo.git
git_repo_foo_branch = master
git_repo_foo_lbranch = master
git_repo_foo_commit = bb5fb8e678aabe286e74c4f2993dc2a9e550b627
'''
def __init__(self, params, name, destination_dir):
'''
Instantiates a new GitRepoParamHelper
'''
self.params = params
self.name = name
self.destination_dir = destination_dir
self._parse_params()
def _parse_params(self):
'''
Parses the params items for entries related to this repo
This method currently does everything that the parent class __init__()
method does, that is, sets all instance variables needed by other
methods. That means it's not strictly necessary to call parent's
__init__().
'''
config_prefix = 'git_repo_%s' % self.name
logging.debug('Parsing parameters for git repo %s, configuration '
'prefix is %s' % (self.name, config_prefix))
self.uri = self.params.get('%s_uri' % config_prefix)
logging.debug('Git repo %s uri: %s' % (self.name, self.uri))
self.branch = self.params.get('%s_branch' % config_prefix, 'master')
logging.debug('Git repo %s branch: %s' % (self.name, self.branch))
self.lbranch = self.params.get('%s_lbranch' % config_prefix)
if self.lbranch is None:
self.lbranch = self.branch
logging.debug('Git repo %s lbranch: %s' % (self.name, self.lbranch))
self.commit = self.params.get('%s_commit' % config_prefix)
if self.commit is None:
logging.debug('Git repo %s commit is not set' % self.name)
else:
logging.debug('Git repo %s commit: %s' % (self.name, self.commit))
class LocalSourceDirHelper(object):
'''
Helper class to deal with source code sitting somewhere in the filesystem
'''
def __init__(self, source_dir, destination_dir):
'''
@param source_dir:
@param destination_dir:
@return: new LocalSourceDirHelper instance
'''
self.source = source_dir
self.destination = destination_dir
def execute(self):
'''
Copies the source directory to the destination directory
'''
if os.path.isdir(self.destination):
shutil.rmtree(self.destination)
if os.path.isdir(self.source):
shutil.copytree(self.source, self.destination)
class LocalSourceDirParamHelper(LocalSourceDirHelper):
'''
Helps to deal with source dirs specified in cartersian config files
This class attempts to make it simple to manage a source dir, by using a
naming standard that follows this basic syntax:
<prefix>_name_<suffix>
<prefix> is always 'local_src' and <suffix> sets options for this source
dir. Example for source dir named foo:
local_src_foo_path = /home/user/foo
'''
def __init__(self, params, name, destination_dir):
'''
Instantiate a new LocalSourceDirParamHelper
'''
self.params = params
self.name = name
self.destination_dir = destination_dir
self._parse_params()
def _parse_params(self):
'''
Parses the params items for entries related to source dir
'''
config_prefix = 'local_src_%s' % self.name
logging.debug('Parsing parameters for local source %s, configuration '
'prefix is %s' % (self.name, config_prefix))
self.path = self.params.get('%s_path' % config_prefix)
logging.debug('Local source directory %s path: %s' % (self.name,
self.path))
self.source = self.path
self.destination = self.destination_dir
class LocalTarHelper(object):
'''
Helper class to deal with source code in a local tarball
'''
def __init__(self, source, destination_dir):
self.source = source
self.destination = destination_dir
def extract(self):
'''
Extracts the tarball into the destination directory
'''
if os.path.isdir(self.destination):
shutil.rmtree(self.destination)
if os.path.isfile(self.source) and tarfile.is_tarfile(self.source):
name = os.path.basename(self.destination)
temp_dir = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(self.destination),
'%s.tmp' % name)
logging.debug('Temporary directory for extracting tarball is %s' %
temp_dir)
if not os.path.isdir(temp_dir):
os.makedirs(temp_dir)
tarball = tarfile.open(self.source)
tarball.extractall(temp_dir)
#
# If there's a directory at the toplevel of the tarfile, assume
# it's the root for the contents, usually source code
#
tarball_info = tarball.members[0]
if tarball_info.isdir():
content_path = os.path.join(temp_dir,
tarball_info.name)
else:
content_path = temp_dir
#
# Now move the content directory to the final destination
#
shutil.move(content_path, self.destination)
else:
raise OSError("%s is not a file or tar file" % self.source)
def execute(self):
'''
Executes all action this helper is suposed to perform
This is the main entry point method for this class, and all other
helper classes.
'''
self.extract()
class LocalTarParamHelper(LocalTarHelper):
'''
Helps to deal with source tarballs specified in cartersian config files
This class attempts to make it simple to manage a tarball with source code,
by using a naming standard that follows this basic syntax:
<prefix>_name_<suffix>
<prefix> is always 'local_tar' and <suffix> sets options for this source
tarball. Example for source tarball named foo:
local_tar_foo_path = /tmp/foo-1.0.tar.gz
'''
def __init__(self, params, name, destination_dir):
'''
Instantiates a new LocalTarParamHelper
'''
self.params = params
self.name = name
self.destination_dir = destination_dir
self._parse_params()
def _parse_params(self):
'''
Parses the params items for entries related to this local tar helper
'''
config_prefix = 'local_tar_%s' % self.name
logging.debug('Parsing parameters for local tar %s, configuration '
'prefix is %s' % (self.name, config_prefix))
self.path = self.params.get('%s_path' % config_prefix)
logging.debug('Local source tar %s path: %s' % (self.name,
self.path))
self.source = self.path
self.destination = self.destination_dir
class RemoteTarHelper(LocalTarHelper):
'''
Helper that fetches a tarball and extracts it locally
'''
def __init__(self, source_uri, destination_dir):
self.source = source_uri
self.destination = destination_dir
def execute(self):
'''
Executes all action this helper class is suposed to perform
This is the main entry point method for this class, and all other
helper classes.
This implementation fetches the remote tar file and then extracts
it using the functionality present in the parent class.
'''
name = os.path.basename(self.source)
base_dest = os.path.dirname(self.destination_dir)
dest = os.path.join(base_dest, name)
utils.get_file(self.source, dest)
self.source = dest
self.extract()
class RemoteTarParamHelper(RemoteTarHelper):
'''
Helps to deal with remote source tarballs specified in cartersian config
This class attempts to make it simple to manage a tarball with source code,
by using a naming standard that follows this basic syntax:
<prefix>_name_<suffix>
<prefix> is always 'local_tar' and <suffix> sets options for this source
tarball. Example for source tarball named foo:
remote_tar_foo_uri = http://foo.org/foo-1.0.tar.gz
'''
def __init__(self, params, name, destination_dir):
'''
Instantiates a new RemoteTarParamHelper instance
'''
self.params = params
self.name = name
self.destination_dir = destination_dir
self._parse_params()
def _parse_params(self):
'''
Parses the params items for entries related to this remote tar helper
'''
config_prefix = 'remote_tar_%s' % self.name
logging.debug('Parsing parameters for remote tar %s, configuration '
'prefix is %s' % (self.name, config_prefix))
self.uri = self.params.get('%s_uri' % config_prefix)
logging.debug('Remote source tar %s uri: %s' % (self.name,
self.uri))
self.source = self.uri
self.destination = self.destination_dir
class PatchHelper(object):
'''
Helper that encapsulates the patching of source code with patch files
'''
def __init__(self, source_dir, patches):
'''
Initializes a new PatchHelper
'''
self.source_dir = source_dir
self.patches = patches
def download(self):
'''
Copies patch files from remote locations to the source directory
'''
for patch in self.patches:
utils.get_file(patch, os.path.join(self.source_dir,
os.path.basename(patch)))
def patch(self):
'''
Patches the source dir with all patch files
'''
os.chdir(self.source_dir)
for patch in self.patches:
patch_file = os.path.join(self.source_dir,
os.path.basename(patch))
utils.system('patch -p1 < %s' % os.path.basename(patch))
def execute(self):
'''
Performs all steps necessary to download patches and apply them
'''
self.download()
self.patch()
class PatchParamHelper(PatchHelper):
'''
Helps to deal with patches specified in cartersian config files
This class attempts to make it simple to patch source coude, by using a
naming standard that follows this basic syntax:
[<git_repo>|<local_src>|<local_tar>|<remote_tar>]_<name>_patches
<prefix> is either a 'local_src' or 'git_repo', that, together with <name>
specify a directory containing source code to receive the patches. That is,
for source code coming from git repo foo, patches would be specified as:
git_repo_foo_patches = ['http://foo/bar.patch', 'http://foo/baz.patch']
And for for patches to be applied on local source code named also foo:
local_src_foo_patches = ['http://foo/bar.patch', 'http://foo/baz.patch']
'''
def __init__(self, params, prefix, source_dir):
'''
Initializes a new PatchParamHelper instance
'''
self.params = params
self.prefix = prefix
self.source_dir = source_dir
self._parse_params()
def _parse_params(self):
'''
Parses the params items for entries related to this set of patches
This method currently does everything that the parent class __init__()
method does, that is, sets all instance variables needed by other
methods. That means it's not strictly necessary to call parent's
__init__().
'''
logging.debug('Parsing patch parameters for prefix %s' % self.prefix)
patches_param_key = '%s_patches' % self.prefix
self.patches_str = self.params.get(patches_param_key, '[]')
logging.debug('Patches config for prefix %s: %s' % (self.prefix,
self.patches_str))
self.patches = eval(self.patches_str)
logging.debug('Patches for prefix %s: %s' % (self.prefix,
", ".join(self.patches)))
class GnuSourceBuildInvalidSource(Exception):
'''
Exception raised when build source dir/file is not valid
'''
pass
class GnuSourceBuildHelper(object):
'''
Handles software installation of GNU-like source code
This basically means that the build will go though the classic GNU
autotools steps: ./configure, make, make install
'''
def __init__(self, source, build_dir, prefix,
configure_options=[]):
'''
@type source: string
@param source: source directory or tarball
@type prefix: string
@param prefix: installation prefix
@type build_dir: string