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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.
import datetime
import re
from autotest_lib.client.bin import sysinfo
from autotest_lib.client.cros import constants
from autotest_lib.server import utils
from autotest_lib.server.cros import provision
from chromite.lib import metrics
except ImportError:
metrics = utils.metrics_mock
LABEL_REGEX = r',.*:'
_LABEL_UPDATE_DURATION_METRIC = metrics.SecondsDistribution(
# job_labels should be a string like "name:setting,name:setting"
# However setting might also contain ',' therefore we need more advanced logic
# than split.
# non-provisionable labels are currently skipped, so they're safe to pass in.
job_labels = locals().get('job_labels') or ','.join(args)
labels_list = []
while job_labels:
# Split based off of a comma followed by colon regex.
split = re.split(LABEL_REGEX, job_labels)
# First value found is a proper key value pair.
# Remove this key value pair.
job_labels = job_labels[len(split[0]):]
# If a comma remains at the start of the remaining labels, remove it.
# This should happen on every loop except the last one.
if job_labels.startswith(','):
job_labels = job_labels.lstrip(',')
def provision_machine(machine):
Run the appropriate provisioning tests to make the machine's labels match
those given in job_labels.
job.record('START', None, 'provision')
host = hosts.create_target_machine(machine, try_lab_servo=True)
provision.run_special_task_actions(job, host, labels_list,
# Let's update the labels on the host and track how long it takes.
# Don't fail while updating the labels, provision is flaky enough by
# itself.
label_update_success = True
start_time =
except Exception:
logging.exception('Exception while updating labels.')
label_update_success = False
end_time =
duration = (end_time - start_time).total_seconds()
fields = {'success': label_update_success,
'board': host.get_board()}
_LABEL_UPDATE_DURATION_METRIC.add(duration, fields=fields)
except Exception:
logging.exception('Provision failed due to Exception.')
job.record('END FAIL', None, 'provision')
# Raising a blank exception is done here because any message we can
# give here would be less useful than whatever the failing test left as
# its own exception message.
# The gory details of how raising a blank exception accomplishes this
# is as follows:
# The scheduler only looks at the return code of autoserv to see if
# the special task failed. Therefore we need python to exit because
# of an unhandled exception or because someone called sys.exit(1).
# We can't call sys.exit, since there's post-job-running logic (like
# cleanup) that we'd be skipping out on. So therefore, we need to
# raise an exception. However, if we raise an exception, this
# exception ends up triggering server_job to write an INFO line with
# job_abort_reason equal to str(e), which the tko parser then picks
# up as the reason field for the job when the status.log we generate is
# parsed as the job's results.
# So therefore, we raise a blank exception, which then generates an
# empty job_abort_reason which the tko parser ignores just inserts as
# a SERVER_JOB failure with no reason, which we then ignore at suite
# results reporting time.
raise Exception('')
# If we finish successfully, nothing in autotest ever looks at the
# status.log, so it's purely for human consumption and tracability.
hostname = utils.get_hostname_from_machine(machine)
job.record('END GOOD', None, 'provision',
'%s provisioned successfully' % hostname)
job.parallel_simple(provision_machine, machines)
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