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# Copyright 2015 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 argparse
import os
import re
import chaos_capture_analyzer
import chaos_log_analyzer
class ChaosTestInfo(object):
""" Class to gather the relevant test information from a folder. """
NET_LOG_FILE_NAME = "net.log"
def __init__(self, dir_name, file_names, failures_only):
Gathers all the relevant Chaos test results from a given folder.
@param dir: Folder to check for test results.
@param files: Files present in the folder found during os.walk.
@param failures_only: Flag to indicate whether to analyze only
failure test attempts.
self._meta_info = None
self._traces = []
self._message_log = None
self._net_log = None
self._test_debug_log = None
for file_name in file_names:
if file_name.endswith('.trc'):
basename = os.path.basename(file_name)
if 'success' in basename and failures_only:
self._traces.append(os.path.join(dir_name, file_name))
if self._traces:
for root, dir_name, file_names in os.walk(dir_name):
# Now get the log files from the sysinfo, debug folder
if root.endswith(self.SYSINFO_FOLDER_NAME_END):
# There are multiple copies of |messages| file under
# sysinfo tree. We only want the one directly in sysinfo.
for file_name in file_names:
if file_name == self.MESSAGES_FILE_NAME:
self._message_log = os.path.join(root, file_name)
for root, dir_name, file_names in os.walk(root):
for file_name in file_names:
if file_name == self.NET_LOG_FILE_NAME:
self._net_log = os.path.join(root, file_name)
if root.endswith(self.TEST_DEBUG_FOLDER_NAME_END):
for root, dir_name, file_names in os.walk(root):
for file_name in file_names:
if file_name.endswith(self.TEST_DEBUG_LOG_FILE_END):
self._test_debug_log = (
os.path.join(root, file_name))
os.path.join(root, file_name))
def _parse_meta_info(self, file):
dut_mac_prefix =' \'DUT\': '
ap_bssid_prefix =' \'AP Info\': '
ap_ssid_prefix =' \'SSID\': '
self._meta_info = {}
with open(file) as infile:
for line in infile.readlines():
if line.startswith(dut_mac_prefix):
dut_mac = line[len(dut_mac_prefix):].rstrip()
self._meta_info['dut_mac'] = (
dut_mac.replace('\'', '').replace(',', ''))
if line.startswith(ap_ssid_prefix):
ap_ssid = line[len(ap_ssid_prefix):].rstrip()
self._meta_info['ap_ssid'] = (
ap_ssid.replace('\'', '').replace(',', ''))
if line.startswith(ap_bssid_prefix):
debug_info = self._parse_debug_info(line)
if debug_info:
def _parse_debug_info(self, line):
# Example output:
#'AP Info': "{'2.4 GHz MAC Address': '84:1b:5e:e9:74:ee', \n
#'5 GHz MAC Address': '84:1b:5e:e9:74:ed', \n
#'Controller class': 'Netgear3400APConfigurator', \n
#'Hostname': 'chromeos3-row2-rack2-host12', \n
#'Router name': 'wndr 3700 v3'}",
debug_info = line.replace('\'', '')
address_label = 'Address: '
bssids = []
for part in debug_info.split(','):
address_index = part.find(address_label)
if address_index >= 0:
address = part[(address_index+len(address_label)):]
if address != 'N/A':
if not bssids:
return None
return { 'ap_bssids': bssids }
def _is_meta_info_valid(self):
return ((self._meta_info is not None) and
('dut_mac' in self._meta_info) and
('ap_ssid' in self._meta_info) and
('ap_bssids' in self._meta_info))
def traces(self):
"""Returns the trace files path in test info."""
return self._traces
def message_log(self):
"""Returns the message log path in test info."""
return self._message_log
def net_log(self):
"""Returns the net log path in test info."""
return self._net_log
def test_debug_log(self):
"""Returns the test debug log path in test info."""
return self._test_debug_log
def bssids(self):
"""Returns the BSSID of the AP in test info."""
return self._meta_info['ap_bssids']
def ssid(self):
"""Returns the SSID of the AP in test info."""
return self._meta_info['ap_ssid']
def dut_mac(self):
"""Returns the MAC of the DUT in test info."""
return self._meta_info['dut_mac']
def is_valid(self):
Checks if the given folder contains a valid Chaos test results.
@return True if valid chaos results are found; False otherwise.
return ((self._is_meta_info_valid()) and
(bool(self._traces)) and
(bool(self._message_log)) and
class ChaosLogger(object):
""" Class to log the analysis to the given output file. """
LOG_SECTION_DEMARKER = "--------------------------------------"
def __init__(self, output):
self._output = output
def log_to_output_file(self, log_msg):
Logs the provided string to the output file.
@param log_msg: String to print to the output file.
self._output.write(log_msg + "\n")
def log_start_section(self, section_description):
Starts a new section in the output file with demarkers.
@param log_msg: String to print in section description.
class ChaosAnalyzer(object):
""" Main Class to analyze the chaos test output from a given folder. """
LOG_OUTPUT_FILE_NAME_FORMAT = "chaos_analyzer_try_%s.log"
def _get_attempt_number_from_trace(self, trace):
file_name = os.path.basename(trace)
return, file_name).group(0)
def _get_all_test_infos(self, dir_name, failures_only):
test_infos = []
for root, dir, files in os.walk(dir_name):
test_info = ChaosTestInfo(root, files, failures_only)
if test_info.is_valid():
return test_infos
def analyze(self, input_dir_name=None, output_dir_name=None,
Starts the analysis of the Chaos test logs and packet capture.
@param input_dir_name: Directory which contains the chaos test results.
@param output_dir_name: Directory to which the chaos analysis is output.
@param failures_only: Flag to indicate whether to analyze only
failure test attempts.
for test_info in self._get_all_test_infos(input_dir_name, failures_only):
for trace in test_info.traces:
attempt_num = self._get_attempt_number_from_trace(trace)
trace_dir_name = os.path.dirname(trace)
print "Analyzing attempt number: " + attempt_num + \
" from folder: " + os.path.abspath(trace_dir_name)
# Store the analysis output in the respective log folder
# itself unless there is an explicit output directory
# specified in which case we prepend the |testname_| to the
# output analysis file name.
output_file_name = (
self.LOG_OUTPUT_FILE_NAME_FORMAT % (attempt_num))
if not output_dir_name:
output_dir = trace_dir_name
output_dir = output_dir_name
output_file_name = "_".join([trace_dir_name,
output_file_path = (
os.path.join(output_dir, output_file_name))
with open(output_file_path, "w") as output_file, \
open(test_info.message_log, "r") as message_log, \
open(test_info.net_log, "r") as net_log:
logger = ChaosLogger(output_file)
protocol_analyzer = (
test_info.bssids, test_info.ssid,
test_info.dut_mac, logger))
log_analyzer = (
message_log, net_log, logger))
except IOError as e:
print 'Operation failed: %s' % e.strerror
def main():
# By default the script parses all the logs places under the current
# directory and places the analyzed output for each set of logs in their own
# respective directories.
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='Analyze Chaos logs.')
parser.add_argument('-f', '--failures-only', action='store_true',
help='analyze only failure logs.')
parser.add_argument('-i', '--input-dir', action='store', default='.',
help='process the logs from directory.')
parser.add_argument('-o', '--output-dir', action='store',
help='output the analysis to directory.')
args = parser.parse_args()
chaos_analyzer = ChaosAnalyzer()
if __name__ == "__main__":