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# Copyright 2014 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 logging
import time
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import error
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib.cros import dark_resume_xmlrpc_server
from autotest_lib.server import autotest
POWER_DIR = '/var/lib/power_manager'
TMP_POWER_DIR = '/tmp/power_manager'
POWER_DEFAULTS = '/usr/share/power_manager/board_specific'
class DarkResumeSuspend(object):
"""Context manager which exposes the dark resume-specific suspend
This is required because using the RTC for a dark resume test will
cause the system to wake up in dark resume and resuspend, which is
not what we want. Instead, we suspend indefinitely, but make sure we
don't leave the DUT asleep by always running code to wake it up via
def __init__(self, proxy, host):
"""Set up for a dark-resume-ready suspend to be carried out using
|proxy| and for the subsequent wakeup to be carried out using
@param proxy: a dark resume xmlrpc server proxy object for the DUT
@param servo: a servo host connected to the DUT
self._client_proxy = proxy
self._host = host
def __enter__(self):
"""Suspend the DUT."""'Suspending DUT (in background)...')
def __exit__(self, exception, value, traceback):
"""Wake up the DUT."""'Waking DUT from server.')
class DarkResumeUtils(object):
"""Class containing common functionality for tests which exercise dark
resume pathways. We set up powerd to allow dark resume and also configure
the suspended devices so that the backchannel can stay up. We can also
check for the number of dark resumes that have happened in a particular
suspend request.
def __init__(self, host):
"""Set up powerd preferences so we will properly go into dark resume,
and still be able to communicate with the DUT.
@param host: the DUT to set up dark resume for
self._host = host'Setting up dark resume preferences')
# Make temporary directory, which will be used to hold
# temporary preferences. We want to avoid writing into
# /var/lib so we don't have to save any state.
logging.debug('Creating temporary powerd prefs at %s', TMP_POWER_DIR)'mkdir -p %s' % TMP_POWER_DIR)
logging.debug('Enabling dark resume')'echo 0 > %s/disable_dark_resume' % TMP_POWER_DIR)
logging.debug('Enabling USB ports in dark resume')
dev_contents ='cat %s/dark_resume_devices' % POWER_DEFAULTS,
dev_list = dev_contents.split('\n')
new_dev_list = filter(lambda dev: dev.find('usb') == -1, dev_list)
new_dev_contents = '\n'.join(new_dev_list)'echo -e \'%s\' > %s/dark_resume_devices' %
(new_dev_contents, TMP_POWER_DIR))
# bind the tmp directory to the power preference directory'mount --bind %s %s' % (TMP_POWER_DIR, POWER_DIR))
logging.debug('Restarting powerd with new settings')'restart powerd')
logging.debug('Starting XMLRPC session to watch for dark resumes')
self._client_proxy = self._get_xmlrpc_proxy()
def teardown(self):
"""Clean up changes made by DarkResumeUtils."""'Tearing down dark resume preferences')
logging.debug('Cleaning up temporary powerd bind mounts')'umount %s' % POWER_DIR, ignore_status=True)
logging.debug('Restarting powerd to revert to old settings')'restart powerd')
def suspend(self):
"""Returns a DarkResumeSuspend context manager that allows safe suspending
of the DUT."""
return DarkResumeSuspend(self._client_proxy, self._host)
def count_dark_resumes(self):
"""Return the number of dark resumes that have occurred since the beginning
of the test. This will wake up the DUT, so make sure to put it back to
sleep if you need to keep it suspended for some reason.
This method will raise an error if the DUT does not wake up.
@return the number of dark resumes counted by this DarkResumeUtils
return self._client_proxy.get_dark_resume_count()
def _get_xmlrpc_proxy(self):
"""Get a dark resume XMLRPC proxy for the host this DarkResumeUtils is
attached to.
The returned object has no particular type. Instead, when you call
a method on the object, it marshalls the objects passed as arguments
and uses them to make RPCs on the remote server. Thus, you should
read to find out what methods are supported.
@return proxy object for remote XMLRPC server.
# Make sure the client library is on the device so that the proxy
# code is there when we try to call it.
client_at = autotest.Autotest(self._host)
# Start up the XMLRPC proxy on the client
proxy = self._host.xmlrpc_connect(
return proxy
def _wake_dut(host):
"""Make sure |host| is up. If we can't wake it with normal keys, hit the
power button."""
woken = False
for i in range(RESUME_CTRL_RETRIES):
# Double tap servo key to make sure we signal user activity to Chrome.
# The first key might occur during the kernel suspend pathway, which
# causes the suspend to abort, but might put us in dark resume since
# the keypress is not forwarded to Chrome.
if host.wait_up(timeout=RESUME_GRACE_PERIOD):
woken = True
logging.debug('Wake attempt #%d failed', i+1)
if not woken:
logging.warning('DUT did not wake -- trouble ahead')
raise error.TestFail('DUT did not wake')