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import os, copy, logging, errno, fcntl, time, re, weakref, traceback
import tarfile
import cPickle as pickle
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import autotemp, error, log
class job_directory(object):
"""Represents a job.*dir directory."""
class JobDirectoryException(error.AutotestError):
"""Generic job_directory exception superclass."""
class MissingDirectoryException(JobDirectoryException):
"""Raised when a directory required by the job does not exist."""
def __init__(self, path):
Exception.__init__(self, 'Directory %s does not exist' % path)
class UncreatableDirectoryException(JobDirectoryException):
"""Raised when a directory required by the job is missing and cannot
be created."""
def __init__(self, path, error):
msg = 'Creation of directory %s failed with exception %s'
msg %= (path, error)
Exception.__init__(self, msg)
class UnwritableDirectoryException(JobDirectoryException):
"""Raised when a writable directory required by the job exists
but is not writable."""
def __init__(self, path):
msg = 'Directory %s exists but is not writable' % path
Exception.__init__(self, msg)
def __init__(self, path, is_writable=False):
Instantiate a job directory.
@param path: The path of the directory. If None a temporary directory
will be created instead.
@param is_writable: If True, expect the directory to be writable.
@raise MissingDirectoryException: raised if is_writable=False and the
directory does not exist.
@raise UnwritableDirectoryException: raised if is_writable=True and
the directory exists but is not writable.
@raise UncreatableDirectoryException: raised if is_writable=True, the
directory does not exist and it cannot be created.
if path is None:
if is_writable:
self._tempdir = autotemp.tempdir(unique_id='autotest')
self.path =
raise self.MissingDirectoryException(path)
self._tempdir = None
self.path = path
def _ensure_valid(self, is_writable):
Ensure that this is a valid directory.
Will check if a directory exists, can optionally also enforce that
it be writable. It can optionally create it if necessary. Creation
will still fail if the path is rooted in a non-writable directory, or
if a file already exists at the given location.
@param dir_path A path where a directory should be located
@param is_writable A boolean indicating that the directory should
not only exist, but also be writable.
@raises MissingDirectoryException raised if is_writable=False and the
directory does not exist.
@raises UnwritableDirectoryException raised if is_writable=True and
the directory is not wrtiable.
@raises UncreatableDirectoryException raised if is_writable=True, the
directory does not exist and it cannot be created
# ensure the directory exists
if is_writable:
except OSError, e:
if e.errno != errno.EEXIST or not os.path.isdir(self.path):
raise self.UncreatableDirectoryException(self.path, e)
elif not os.path.isdir(self.path):
raise self.MissingDirectoryException(self.path)
# if is_writable=True, also check that the directory is writable
if is_writable and not os.access(self.path, os.W_OK):
raise self.UnwritableDirectoryException(self.path)
def property_factory(attribute):
Create a job.*dir -> job._*dir.path property accessor.
@param attribute A string with the name of the attribute this is
exposed as. '_'+attribute must then be attribute that holds
either None or a job_directory-like object.
@returns A read-only property object that exposes a job_directory path
def dir_property(self):
underlying_attribute = getattr(self, '_' + attribute)
if underlying_attribute is None:
return None
return underlying_attribute.path
return dir_property
# decorator for use with job_state methods
def with_backing_lock(method):
"""A decorator to perform a lock-*-unlock cycle.
When applied to a method, this decorator will automatically wrap
calls to the method in a backing file lock and before the call
followed by a backing file unlock.
def wrapped_method(self, *args, **dargs):
already_have_lock = self._backing_file_lock is not None
if not already_have_lock:
return method(self, *args, **dargs)
if not already_have_lock:
wrapped_method.__name__ = method.__name__
wrapped_method.__doc__ = method.__doc__
return wrapped_method
# decorator for use with job_state methods
def with_backing_file(method):
"""A decorator to perform a lock-read-*-write-unlock cycle.
When applied to a method, this decorator will automatically wrap
calls to the method in a lock-and-read before the call followed by a
write-and-unlock. Any operation that is reading or writing state
should be decorated with this method to ensure that backing file
state is consistently maintained.
def wrapped_method(self, *args, **dargs):
return method(self, *args, **dargs)
wrapped_method.__name__ = method.__name__
wrapped_method.__doc__ = method.__doc__
return wrapped_method
class job_state(object):
"""A class for managing explicit job and user state, optionally persistent.
The class allows you to save state by name (like a dictionary). Any state
stored in this class should be picklable and deep copyable. While this is
not enforced it is recommended that only valid python identifiers be used
as names. Additionally, the namespace 'stateful_property' is used for
storing the valued associated with properties constructed using the
property_factory method.
NO_DEFAULT = object()
PICKLE_PROTOCOL = 2 # highest protocol available in python 2.4
def __init__(self):
"""Initialize the job state."""
self._state = {}
self._backing_file = None
self._backing_file_initialized = False
self._backing_file_lock = None
def _lock_backing_file(self):
"""Acquire a lock on the backing file."""
if self._backing_file:
self._backing_file_lock = open(self._backing_file, 'a')
fcntl.flock(self._backing_file_lock, fcntl.LOCK_EX)
def _unlock_backing_file(self):
"""Release a lock on the backing file."""
if self._backing_file_lock:
fcntl.flock(self._backing_file_lock, fcntl.LOCK_UN)
self._backing_file_lock = None
def read_from_file(self, file_path, merge=True):
"""Read in any state from the file at file_path.
When merge=True, any state specified only in-memory will be preserved.
Any state specified on-disk will be set in-memory, even if an in-memory
setting already exists.
@param file_path: The path where the state should be read from. It must
exist but it can be empty.
@param merge: If true, merge the on-disk state with the in-memory
state. If false, replace the in-memory state with the on-disk
@warning: This method is intentionally concurrency-unsafe. It makes no
attempt to control concurrent access to the file at file_path.
# we can assume that the file exists
if os.path.getsize(file_path) == 0:
on_disk_state = {}
on_disk_state = pickle.load(open(file_path))
if merge:
# merge the on-disk state with the in-memory state
for namespace, namespace_dict in on_disk_state.iteritems():
in_memory_namespace = self._state.setdefault(namespace, {})
for name, value in namespace_dict.iteritems():
if name in in_memory_namespace:
if in_memory_namespace[name] != value:'Persistent value of %s.%s from %s '
'overridding existing in-memory '
'value', namespace, name, file_path)
in_memory_namespace[name] = value
logging.debug('Value of %s.%s is unchanged, '
'skipping import', namespace, name)
logging.debug('Importing %s.%s from state file %s',
namespace, name, file_path)
in_memory_namespace[name] = value
# just replace the in-memory state with the on-disk state
self._state = on_disk_state
# lock the backing file before we refresh it
def write_to_file(self, file_path):
"""Write out the current state to the given path.
@param file_path: The path where the state should be written out to.
Must be writable.
@warning: This method is intentionally concurrency-unsafe. It makes no
attempt to control concurrent access to the file at file_path.
outfile = open(file_path, 'w')
pickle.dump(self._state, outfile, self.PICKLE_PROTOCOL)
def _read_from_backing_file(self):
"""Refresh the current state from the backing file.
If the backing file has never been read before (indicated by checking
self._backing_file_initialized) it will merge the file with the
in-memory state, rather than overwriting it.
if self._backing_file:
merge_backing_file = not self._backing_file_initialized
self.read_from_file(self._backing_file, merge=merge_backing_file)
self._backing_file_initialized = True
def _write_to_backing_file(self):
"""Flush the current state to the backing file."""
if self._backing_file:
def _synchronize_backing_file(self):
"""Synchronizes the contents of the in-memory and on-disk state."""
# state is implicitly synchronized in _with_backing_file methods
def set_backing_file(self, file_path):
"""Change the path used as the backing file for the persistent state.
When a new backing file is specified if a file already exists then
its contents will be added into the current state, with conflicts
between the file and memory being resolved in favor of the file
contents. The file will then be kept in sync with the (combined)
in-memory state. The syncing can be disabled by setting this to None.
@param file_path: A path on the filesystem that can be read from and
written to, or None to turn off the backing store.
self._backing_file = file_path
self._backing_file_initialized = False
def get(self, namespace, name, default=NO_DEFAULT):
"""Returns the value associated with a particular name.
@param namespace: The namespace that the property should be stored in.
@param name: The name the value was saved with.
@param default: A default value to return if no state is currently
associated with var.
@return: A deep copy of the value associated with name. Note that this
explicitly returns a deep copy to avoid problems with mutable
values; mutations are not persisted or shared.
@raise KeyError: raised when no state is associated with var and a
default value is not provided.
if self.has(namespace, name):
return copy.deepcopy(self._state[namespace][name])
elif default is self.NO_DEFAULT:
raise KeyError('No key %s in namespace %s' % (name, namespace))
return default
def set(self, namespace, name, value):
"""Saves the value given with the provided name.
@param namespace: The namespace that the property should be stored in.
@param name: The name the value should be saved with.
@param value: The value to save.
namespace_dict = self._state.setdefault(namespace, {})
namespace_dict[name] = copy.deepcopy(value)
logging.debug('Persistent state %s.%s now set to %r', namespace,
name, value)
def has(self, namespace, name):
"""Return a boolean indicating if is defined.
@param namespace: The namespace to check for a definition.
@param name: The name to check for a definition.
@return: True if the given name is defined in the given namespace and
False otherwise.
return namespace in self._state and name in self._state[namespace]
def discard(self, namespace, name):
"""If is a defined value, deletes it.
@param namespace: The namespace that the property is stored in.
@param name: The name the value is saved with.
if self.has(namespace, name):
del self._state[namespace][name]
if len(self._state[namespace]) == 0:
del self._state[namespace]
logging.debug('Persistent state %s.%s deleted', namespace, name)
'Persistent state %s.%s not defined so nothing is discarded',
namespace, name)
def discard_namespace(self, namespace):
"""Delete all defined namespace.* names.
@param namespace: The namespace to be cleared.
if namespace in self._state:
del self._state[namespace]
logging.debug('Persistent state %s.* deleted', namespace)
def property_factory(state_attribute, property_attribute, default,
Create a property object for an attribute using self.get and self.set.
@param state_attribute: A string with the name of the attribute on
job that contains the job_state instance.
@param property_attribute: A string with the name of the attribute
this property is exposed as.
@param default: A default value that should be used for this property
if it is not set.
@param namespace: The namespace to store the attribute value in.
@return: A read-write property object that performs self.get calls
to read the value and self.set calls to set it.
def getter(job):
state = getattr(job, state_attribute)
return state.get(namespace, property_attribute, default)
def setter(job, value):
state = getattr(job, state_attribute)
state.set(namespace, property_attribute, value)
return property(getter, setter)
class status_log_entry(object):
"""Represents a single status log entry."""
TIMESTAMP_FIELD = 'timestamp'
LOCALTIME_FIELD = 'localtime'
# non-space whitespace is forbidden in any fields
BAD_CHAR_REGEX = re.compile(r'[\t\n\r\v\f]')
def __init__(self, status_code, subdir, operation, message, fields,
"""Construct a status.log entry.
@param status_code: A message status code. Must match the codes
accepted by autotest_lib.common_lib.log.is_valid_status.
@param subdir: A valid job subdirectory, or None.
@param operation: Description of the operation, or None.
@param message: A printable string describing event to be recorded.
@param fields: A dictionary of arbitrary alphanumeric key=value pairs
to be included in the log, or None.
@param timestamp: An optional integer timestamp, in the same format
as a time.time() timestamp. If unspecified, the current time is
@raise ValueError: if any of the parameters are invalid
if not log.is_valid_status(status_code):
raise ValueError('status code %r is not valid' % status_code)
self.status_code = status_code
if subdir and
raise ValueError('Invalid character in subdir string')
self.subdir = subdir
if operation and
raise ValueError('Invalid character in operation string')
self.operation = operation
# break the message line into a single-line message that goes into the
# database, and a block of additional lines that goes into the status
# log but will never be parsed
message_lines = message.split('\n')
self.message = message_lines[0].replace('\t', ' ' * 8)
self.extra_message_lines = message_lines[1:]
raise ValueError('Invalid character in message %r' % self.message)
if not fields:
self.fields = {}
self.fields = fields.copy()
for key, value in self.fields.iteritems():
if type(value) is int:
value = str(value)
if + value):
raise ValueError('Invalid character in %r=%r field'
% (key, value))
# build up the timestamp
if timestamp is None:
timestamp = int(time.time())
self.fields[self.TIMESTAMP_FIELD] = str(timestamp)
self.fields[self.LOCALTIME_FIELD] = time.strftime(
'%b %d %H:%M:%S', time.localtime(timestamp))
def is_start(self):
"""Indicates if this status log is the start of a new nested block.
@return: A boolean indicating if this entry starts a new nested block.
return self.status_code == 'START'
def is_end(self):
"""Indicates if this status log is the end of a nested block.
@return: A boolean indicating if this entry ends a nested block.
return self.status_code.startswith('END ')
def render(self):
"""Render the status log entry into a text string.
@return: A text string suitable for writing into a status log file.
# combine all the log line data into a tab-delimited string
subdir = self.subdir or self.RENDERED_NONE_VALUE
operation = self.operation or self.RENDERED_NONE_VALUE
extra_fields = ['%s=%s' % field for field in self.fields.iteritems()]
line_items = [self.status_code, subdir, operation]
line_items += extra_fields + [self.message]
first_line = '\t'.join(line_items)
# append the extra unparsable lines, two-space indented
all_lines = [first_line]
all_lines += [' ' + line for line in self.extra_message_lines]
return '\n'.join(all_lines)
def parse(cls, line):
"""Parse a status log entry from a text string.
This method is the inverse of render; it should always be true that
parse(entry.render()) produces a new status_log_entry equivalent to
@return: A new status_log_entry instance with fields extracted from the
given status line. If the line is an extra message line then None
is returned.
# extra message lines are always prepended with two spaces
if line.startswith(' '):
return None
line = line.lstrip('\t') # ignore indentation
entry_parts = line.split('\t')
if len(entry_parts) < 4:
raise ValueError('%r is not a valid status line' % line)
status_code, subdir, operation = entry_parts[:3]
if subdir == cls.RENDERED_NONE_VALUE:
subdir = None
if operation == cls.RENDERED_NONE_VALUE:
operation = None
message = entry_parts[-1]
fields = dict(part.split('=', 1) for part in entry_parts[3:-1])
if cls.TIMESTAMP_FIELD in fields:
timestamp = int(fields[cls.TIMESTAMP_FIELD])
timestamp = None
return cls(status_code, subdir, operation, message, fields, timestamp)
class status_indenter(object):
"""Abstract interface that a status log indenter should use."""
def indent(self):
raise NotImplementedError
def increment(self):
"""Increase indentation by one level."""
raise NotImplementedError
def decrement(self):
"""Decrease indentation by one level."""
class status_logger(object):
"""Represents a status log file. Responsible for translating messages
into on-disk status log lines.
@property global_filename: The filename to write top-level logs to.
@property subdir_filename: The filename to write subdir-level logs to.
def __init__(self, job, indenter, global_filename='status',
subdir_filename='status', record_hook=None,
"""Construct a logger instance.
@param job: A reference to the job object this is logging for. Only a
weak reference to the job is held, to avoid a
status_logger <-> job circular reference.
@param indenter: A status_indenter instance, for tracking the
indentation level.
@param global_filename: An optional filename to initialize the
self.global_filename attribute.
@param subdir_filename: An optional filename to initialize the
self.subdir_filename attribute.
@param record_hook: An optional function to be called before an entry
is logged. The function should expect a single parameter, a
copy of the status_log_entry object.
@param tap_writer: An instance of the class TAPReport for addionally
writing TAP files
self._jobref = weakref.ref(job)
self._indenter = indenter
self.global_filename = global_filename
self.subdir_filename = subdir_filename
self._record_hook = record_hook
if tap_writer is None:
self._tap_writer = TAPReport(None)
self._tap_writer = tap_writer
def render_entry(self, log_entry):
"""Render a status_log_entry as it would be written to a log file.
@param log_entry: A status_log_entry instance to be rendered.
@return: The status log entry, rendered as it would be written to the
logs (including indentation).
if log_entry.is_end():
indent = self._indenter.indent - 1
indent = self._indenter.indent
return '\t' * indent + log_entry.render().rstrip('\n')
def record_entry(self, log_entry, log_in_subdir=True):
"""Record a status_log_entry into the appropriate status log files.
@param log_entry: A status_log_entry instance to be recorded into the
status logs.
@param log_in_subdir: A boolean that indicates (when true) that subdir
logs should be written into the subdirectory status log file.
# acquire a strong reference for the duration of the method
job = self._jobref()
if job is None:
logging.warning('Something attempted to write a status log entry '
'after its job terminated, ignoring the attempt.')
# call the record hook if one was given
if self._record_hook:
# figure out where we need to log to
log_files = [os.path.join(job.resultdir, self.global_filename)]
if log_in_subdir and log_entry.subdir:
log_files.append(os.path.join(job.resultdir, log_entry.subdir,
# write out to entry to the log files
log_text = self.render_entry(log_entry)
for log_file in log_files:
fileobj = open(log_file, 'a')
print >> fileobj, log_text
# write to TAPRecord instance
if log_entry.is_end() and self._tap_writer.do_tap_report:
self._tap_writer.record(log_entry, self._indenter.indent, log_files)
# adjust the indentation if this was a START or END entry
if log_entry.is_start():
elif log_entry.is_end():
class TAPReport(object):
Deal with TAP reporting for the Autotest client.
job_statuses = {
"TEST_NA": False,
"ABORT": False,
"ERROR": False,
"FAIL": False,
"WARN": False,
"GOOD": True,
"START": True,
"END GOOD": True,
"ALERT": False,
"RUNNING": False,
def __init__(self, enable, resultdir=None, global_filename='status'):
@param enable: Set self.do_tap_report to trigger TAP reporting.
@param resultdir: Path where the TAP report files will be written.
@param global_filename: File name of the status files .tap extensions
will be appended.
self.do_tap_report = enable
if resultdir is not None:
self.resultdir = os.path.abspath(resultdir)
self._reports_container = {}
self._keyval_container = {} # {'path1': [entries],}
self.global_filename = global_filename
def tap_ok(self, success, counter, message):
return a TAP message string.
@param success: True for positive message string.
@param counter: number of TAP line in plan.
@param message: additional message to report in TAP line.
if success:
message = "ok %s - %s" % (counter, message)
message = "not ok %s - %s" % (counter, message)
return message
def record(self, log_entry, indent, log_files):
Append a job-level status event to self._reports_container. All
events will be written to TAP log files at the end of the test run.
Otherwise, it's impossilble to determine the TAP plan.
@param log_entry: A string status code describing the type of status
entry being recorded. It must pass log.is_valid_status to be
considered valid.
@param indent: Level of the log_entry to determine the operation if
log_entry.operation is not given.
@param log_files: List of full path of files the TAP report will be
written to at the end of the test.
for log_file in log_files:
log_file_path = os.path.dirname(log_file)
key = log_file_path.split(self.resultdir, 1)[1].strip(os.sep)
if not key:
key = 'root'
if not self._reports_container.has_key(key):
self._reports_container[key] = []
if log_entry.operation:
operation = log_entry.operation
elif indent == 1:
operation = "job"
operation = "unknown"
entry = self.tap_ok(
self.job_statuses.get(log_entry.status_code, False),
len(self._reports_container[key]) + 1, operation + "\n"
def record_keyval(self, path, dictionary, type_tag=None):
Append a key-value pairs of dictionary to self._keyval_container in
TAP format. Once finished write out the keyval.tap file to the file
If type_tag is None, then the key must be composed of alphanumeric
characters (or dashes + underscores). However, if type-tag is not
null then the keys must also have "{type_tag}" as a suffix. At
the moment the only valid values of type_tag are "attr" and "perf".
@param path: The full path of the keyval.tap file to be created
@param dictionary: The keys and values.
@param type_tag: The type of the values
self._keyval_container.setdefault(path, [0, []])
self._keyval_container[path][0] += 1
if type_tag is None:
key_regex = re.compile(r'^[-\.\w]+$')
if type_tag not in ('attr', 'perf'):
raise ValueError('Invalid type tag: %s' % type_tag)
escaped_tag = re.escape(type_tag)
key_regex = re.compile(r'^[-\.\w]+\{%s\}$' % escaped_tag)
self.tap_ok(True, self._keyval_container[path][0], "results"),
"\n ---\n",
for key in sorted(dictionary.keys()):
if not
raise ValueError('Invalid key: %s' % key)
' %s: %s\n' % (key.replace('{', '_').rstrip('}'),
self._keyval_container[path][1].append(" ...\n")
def _write_reports(self):
Write TAP reports to file.
for key in self._reports_container.keys():
if key == 'root':
sub_dir = ''
sub_dir = key
tap_fh = open(os.sep.join(
[self.resultdir, sub_dir, self.global_filename]
) + ".tap", 'w')
tap_fh.write('1..' + str(len(self._reports_container[key])) + '\n')
def _write_keyval(self):
Write the self._keyval_container key values to a file.
for path in self._keyval_container.keys():
tap_fh = open(path + ".tap", 'w')
tap_fh.write('1..' + str(self._keyval_container[path][0]) + '\n')
def write(self):
Write the TAP reports to files.
def _write_tap_archive(self):
Write a tar archive containing all the TAP files and
a meta.yml containing the file names.
tap_files = []
for rel_path, d, files in os.walk('.'):
[rel_path, f]) for f in files if f.endswith('.tap')])
meta_yaml = open('meta.yml', 'w')
tap_tar = + '/tap.tar.gz', 'w:gz')
for f in tap_files:
meta_yaml.write(" - " + f.lstrip('./') + "\n")
class base_job(object):
"""An abstract base class for the various autotest job classes.
@property autodir: The top level autotest directory.
@property clientdir: The autotest client directory.
@property serverdir: The autotest server directory. [OPTIONAL]
@property resultdir: The directory where results should be written out.
@property pkgdir: The job packages directory. [WRITABLE]
@property tmpdir: The job temporary directory. [WRITABLE]
@property testdir: The job test directory. [WRITABLE]
@property site_testdir: The job site test directory. [WRITABLE]
@property bindir: The client bin/ directory.
@property configdir: The client config/ directory.
@property profdir: The client profilers/ directory.
@property toolsdir: The client tools/ directory.
@property conmuxdir: The conmux directory. [OPTIONAL]
@property control: A path to the control file to be executed. [OPTIONAL]
@property hosts: A set of all live Host objects currently in use by the
job. Code running in the context of a local client can safely assume
that this set contains only a single entry.
@property machines: A list of the machine names associated with the job.
@property user: The user executing the job.
@property tag: A tag identifying the job. Often used by the scheduler to
give a name of the form NUMBER-USERNAME/HOSTNAME.
@property args: A list of addtional miscellaneous command-line arguments
provided when starting the job.
@property last_boot_tag: The label of the kernel from the last reboot.
@property automatic_test_tag: A string which, if set, will be automatically
added to the test name when running tests.
@property default_profile_only: A boolean indicating the default value of
profile_only used by test.execute. [PERSISTENT]
@property drop_caches: A boolean indicating if caches should be dropped
before each test is executed.
@property drop_caches_between_iterations: A boolean indicating if caches
should be dropped before each test iteration is executed.
@property run_test_cleanup: A boolean indicating if test.cleanup should be
run by default after a test completes, if the run_cleanup argument is
not specified. [PERSISTENT]
@property num_tests_run: The number of tests run during the job. [OPTIONAL]
@property num_tests_failed: The number of tests failed during the job.
@property bootloader: An instance of the boottool class. May not be
available on job instances where access to the bootloader is not
available (e.g. on the server running a server job). [OPTIONAL]
@property harness: An instance of the client test harness. Only available
in contexts where client test execution happens. [OPTIONAL]
@property logging: An instance of the logging manager associated with the
@property profilers: An instance of the profiler manager associated with
the job.
@property sysinfo: An instance of the sysinfo object. Only available in
contexts where it's possible to collect sysinfo.
@property warning_manager: A class for managing which types of WARN
messages should be logged and which should be supressed. [OPTIONAL]
@property warning_loggers: A set of readable streams that will be monitored
for WARN messages to be logged. [OPTIONAL]
Abstract methods:
_find_base_directories [CLASSMETHOD]
Returns the location of autodir, clientdir and serverdir
Returns the location of resultdir. Gets a copy of any parameters
passed into base_job.__init__. Can return None to indicate that
no resultdir is to be used.
Returns a status_logger instance for recording job status logs.
# capture the dependency on several helper classes with factories
_job_directory = job_directory
_job_state = job_state
# all the job directory attributes
autodir = _job_directory.property_factory('autodir')
clientdir = _job_directory.property_factory('clientdir')
serverdir = _job_directory.property_factory('serverdir')
resultdir = _job_directory.property_factory('resultdir')
pkgdir = _job_directory.property_factory('pkgdir')
tmpdir = _job_directory.property_factory('tmpdir')
testdir = _job_directory.property_factory('testdir')
site_testdir = _job_directory.property_factory('site_testdir')
bindir = _job_directory.property_factory('bindir')
configdir = _job_directory.property_factory('configdir')
profdir = _job_directory.property_factory('profdir')
toolsdir = _job_directory.property_factory('toolsdir')
conmuxdir = _job_directory.property_factory('conmuxdir')
# all the generic persistent properties
tag = _job_state.property_factory('_state', 'tag', '')
default_profile_only = _job_state.property_factory(
'_state', 'default_profile_only', False)
run_test_cleanup = _job_state.property_factory(
'_state', 'run_test_cleanup', True)
last_boot_tag = _job_state.property_factory(
'_state', 'last_boot_tag', None)
automatic_test_tag = _job_state.property_factory(
'_state', 'automatic_test_tag', None)
# the use_sequence_number property
_sequence_number = _job_state.property_factory(
'_state', '_sequence_number', None)
def _get_use_sequence_number(self):
return bool(self._sequence_number)
def _set_use_sequence_number(self, value):
if value:
self._sequence_number = 1
self._sequence_number = None
use_sequence_number = property(_get_use_sequence_number,
def __init__(self, *args, **dargs):
# initialize the base directories, all others are relative to these
autodir, clientdir, serverdir = self._find_base_directories()
self._autodir = self._job_directory(autodir)
self._clientdir = self._job_directory(clientdir)
if serverdir:
self._serverdir = self._job_directory(serverdir)
self._serverdir = None
# initialize all the other directories relative to the base ones
self._resultdir = self._job_directory(
self._find_resultdir(*args, **dargs), True)
self._execution_contexts = []
# initialize all the job state
self._state = self._job_state()
# initialize tap reporting
if dargs.has_key('options'):
self._tap = self._tap_init(dargs['options'].tap_report)
self._tap = self._tap_init(False)
def _find_base_directories(cls):
raise NotImplementedError()
def _initialize_dir_properties(self):
Initializes all the secondary self.*dir properties. Requires autodir,
clientdir and serverdir to already be initialized.
# create some stubs for use as shortcuts
def readonly_dir(*args):
return self._job_directory(os.path.join(*args))
def readwrite_dir(*args):
return self._job_directory(os.path.join(*args), True)
# various client-specific directories
self._bindir = readonly_dir(self.clientdir, 'bin')
self._configdir = readonly_dir(self.clientdir, 'config')
self._profdir = readonly_dir(self.clientdir, 'profilers')
self._pkgdir = readwrite_dir(self.clientdir, 'packages')
self._toolsdir = readonly_dir(self.clientdir, 'tools')
# directories which are in serverdir on a server, clientdir on a client
if self.serverdir:
root = self.serverdir
root = self.clientdir
self._tmpdir = readwrite_dir(root, 'tmp')
self._testdir = readwrite_dir(root, 'tests')
self._site_testdir = readwrite_dir(root, 'site_tests')
# various server-specific directories
if self.serverdir:
self._conmuxdir = readonly_dir(self.autodir, 'conmux')
self._conmuxdir = None
def _find_resultdir(self, *args, **dargs):
raise NotImplementedError()
def push_execution_context(self, resultdir):
Save off the current context of the job and change to the given one.
In practice method just changes the resultdir, but it may become more
extensive in the future. The expected use case is for when a child
job needs to be executed in some sort of nested context (for example
the way parallel_simple does). The original context can be restored
with a pop_execution_context call.
@param resultdir: The new resultdir, relative to the current one.
new_dir = self._job_directory(
os.path.join(self.resultdir, resultdir), True)
self._resultdir = new_dir
def pop_execution_context(self):
Reverse the effects of the previous push_execution_context call.
@raise IndexError: raised when the stack of contexts is empty.
if not self._execution_contexts:
raise IndexError('No old execution context to restore')
self._resultdir = self._execution_contexts.pop()
def get_state(self, name, default=_job_state.NO_DEFAULT):
"""Returns the value associated with a particular name.
@param name: The name the value was saved with.
@param default: A default value to return if no state is currently
associated with var.
@return: A deep copy of the value associated with name. Note that this
explicitly returns a deep copy to avoid problems with mutable
values; mutations are not persisted or shared.
@raise KeyError: raised when no state is associated with var and a
default value is not provided.
return self._state.get('public', name, default=default)
except KeyError:
raise KeyError(name)
def set_state(self, name, value):
"""Saves the value given with the provided name.
@param name: The name the value should be saved with.
@param value: The value to save.
self._state.set('public', name, value)
def _build_tagged_test_name(self, testname, dargs):
"""Builds the fully tagged testname and subdirectory for job.run_test.
@param testname: The base name of the test
@param dargs: The ** arguments passed to run_test. And arguments
consumed by this method will be removed from the dictionary.
@return: A 3-tuple of the full name of the test, the subdirectory it
should be stored in, and the full tag of the subdir.
tag_parts = []
# build up the parts of the tag used for the test name
master_testpath = dargs.get('master_testpath', "")
base_tag = dargs.pop('tag', None)
if base_tag:
if self.use_sequence_number:
tag_parts.append('_%02d_' % self._sequence_number)
self._sequence_number += 1
if self.automatic_test_tag:
full_testname = '.'.join([testname] + tag_parts)
# build up the subdir and tag as well
subdir_tag = dargs.pop('subdir_tag', None)
if subdir_tag:
subdir = '.'.join([testname] + tag_parts)
subdir = os.path.join(master_testpath, subdir)
tag = '.'.join(tag_parts)
return full_testname, subdir, tag
def _make_test_outputdir(self, subdir):
"""Creates an output directory for a test to run it.
@param subdir: The subdirectory of the test. Generally computed by
@return: A job_directory instance corresponding to the outputdir of
the test.
@raise TestError: If the output directory is invalid.
# explicitly check that this subdirectory is new
path = os.path.join(self.resultdir, subdir)
if os.path.exists(path):
msg = ('%s already exists; multiple tests cannot run with the '
'same subdirectory' % subdir)
raise error.TestError(msg)
# create the outputdir and raise a TestError if it isn't valid
outputdir = self._job_directory(path, True)
return outputdir
except self._job_directory.JobDirectoryException, e:
logging.exception('%s directory creation failed with %s',
subdir, e)
raise error.TestError('%s directory creation failed' % subdir)
def _tap_init(self, enable):
"""Initialize TAP reporting
return TAPReport(enable, resultdir=self.resultdir)
def record(self, status_code, subdir, operation, status='',
"""Record a job-level status event.
Logs an event noteworthy to the Autotest job as a whole. Messages will
be written into a global status log file, as well as a subdir-local
status log file (if subdir is specified).
@param status_code: A string status code describing the type of status
entry being recorded. It must pass log.is_valid_status to be
considered valid.
@param subdir: A specific results subdirectory this also applies to, or
None. If not None the subdirectory must exist.
@param operation: A string describing the operation that was run.
@param status: An optional human-readable message describing the status
entry, for example an error message or "completed successfully".
@param optional_fields: An optional dictionary of addtional named fields
to be included with the status message. Every time timestamp and
localtime entries are generated with the current time and added
to this dictionary.
entry = status_log_entry(status_code, subdir, operation, status,
def record_entry(self, entry, log_in_subdir=True):
"""Record a job-level status event, using a status_log_entry.
This is the same as self.record but using an existing status log
entry object rather than constructing one for you.
@param entry: A status_log_entry object
@param log_in_subdir: A boolean that indicates (when true) that subdir
logs should be written into the subdirectory status log file.
self._get_status_logger().record_entry(entry, log_in_subdir)