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import json
import os
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import utils
from autotest_lib.tko import utils as tko_utils
class job(object):
"""Represents a job."""
def __init__(self, dir, user, label, machine, queued_time, started_time,
finished_time, machine_owner, machine_group, aborted_by,
aborted_on, keyval_dict):
self.dir = dir
self.tests = []
self.user = user
self.label = label
self.machine = machine
self.queued_time = queued_time
self.started_time = started_time
self.finished_time = finished_time
self.machine_owner = machine_owner
self.machine_group = machine_group
self.aborted_by = aborted_by
self.aborted_on = aborted_on
self.keyval_dict = keyval_dict
def read_keyval(dir):
Read job keyval files.
@param dir: String name of directory containing job keyval files.
@return A dictionary containing job keyvals.
dir = os.path.normpath(dir)
top_dir = tko_utils.find_toplevel_job_dir(dir)
if not top_dir:
top_dir = dir
# Pull in and merge all the keyval files, with higher-level
# overriding values in the lower-level ones.
keyval = {}
while True:
upper_keyval = utils.read_keyval(dir)
# HACK: exclude hostname from the override - this is a special
# case where we want lower to override higher.
if 'hostname' in upper_keyval and 'hostname' in keyval:
del upper_keyval['hostname']
except IOError:
pass # If the keyval can't be read just move on to the next.
if dir == top_dir:
assert(dir != '/')
dir = os.path.dirname(dir)
return keyval
class kernel(object):
"""Represents a kernel."""
def __init__(self, base, patches, kernel_hash):
self.base = base
self.patches = patches
self.kernel_hash = kernel_hash
def compute_hash(base, hashes):
"""Compute a hash given the base string and hashes for each patch.
@param base: A string representing the kernel base.
@param hashes: A list of hashes, where each hash is associated with a
patch of this kernel.
@return A string representing the computed hash.
key_string = ','.join([base] + hashes)
return utils.hash('md5', key_string).hexdigest()
class test(object):
"""Represents a test."""
def __init__(self, subdir, testname, status, reason, test_kernel,
machine, started_time, finished_time, iterations,
attributes, perf_values, labels):
self.subdir = subdir
self.testname = testname
self.status = status
self.reason = reason
self.kernel = test_kernel
self.machine = machine
self.started_time = started_time
self.finished_time = finished_time
self.iterations = iterations
self.attributes = attributes
self.perf_values = perf_values
self.labels = labels
def load_iterations(keyval_path):
"""Abstract method to load a list of iterations from a keyval file.
@param keyval_path: String path to a keyval file.
@return A list of iteration objects.
raise NotImplementedError
def load_perf_values(perf_values_file):
"""Loads perf values from a perf measurements file.
@param perf_values_file: The string path to a perf measurements file.
@return A list of perf_value_iteration objects.
raise NotImplementedError
def parse_test(cls, job, subdir, testname, status, reason, test_kernel,
started_time, finished_time, existing_instance=None):
Parse test result files to construct a complete test instance.
Given a job and the basic metadata about the test that can be
extracted from the status logs, parse the test result files (keyval
files and perf measurement files) and use them to construct a complete
test instance.
@param job: A job object.
@param subdir: The string subdirectory name for the given test.
@param testname: The name of the test.
@param status: The status of the test.
@param reason: The reason string for the test.
@param test_kernel: The kernel of the test.
@param started_time: The start time of the test.
@param finished_time: The finish time of the test.
@param existing_instance: An existing test instance.
@return A test instance that has the complete information.
tko_utils.dprint("parsing test %s %s" % (subdir, testname))
if subdir:
# Grab iterations from the results keyval.
iteration_keyval = os.path.join(job.dir, subdir,
'results', 'keyval')
iterations = cls.load_iterations(iteration_keyval)
# Grab perf values from the perf measurements file.
perf_values_file = os.path.join(job.dir, subdir,
'results', 'results-chart.json')
perf_values = {}
if os.path.exists(perf_values_file):
with open(perf_values_file, 'r') as fp:
contents =
if contents:
perf_values = json.loads(contents)
# Grab test attributes from the subdir keyval.
test_keyval = os.path.join(job.dir, subdir, 'keyval')
attributes = test.load_attributes(test_keyval)
iterations = []
perf_values = {}
attributes = {}
# Grab test+host attributes from the host keyval.
host_keyval = cls.parse_host_keyval(job.dir, job.machine)
attributes.update(dict(('host-%s' % k, v)
for k, v in host_keyval.iteritems()))
if existing_instance:
def constructor(*args, **dargs):
"""Initializes an existing test instance."""
existing_instance.__init__(*args, **dargs)
return existing_instance
constructor = cls
return constructor(subdir, testname, status, reason, test_kernel,
job.machine, started_time, finished_time,
iterations, attributes, perf_values, [])
def parse_partial_test(cls, job, subdir, testname, reason, test_kernel,
Create a test instance representing a partial test result.
Given a job and the basic metadata available when a test is
started, create a test instance representing the partial result.
Assume that since the test is not complete there are no results files
actually available for parsing.
@param job: A job object.
@param subdir: The string subdirectory name for the given test.
@param testname: The name of the test.
@param reason: The reason string for the test.
@param test_kernel: The kernel of the test.
@param started_time: The start time of the test.
@return A test instance that has partial test information.
tko_utils.dprint('parsing partial test %s %s' % (subdir, testname))
return cls(subdir, testname, 'RUNNING', reason, test_kernel,
job.machine, started_time, None, [], {}, [], [])
def load_attributes(keyval_path):
Load test attributes from a test keyval path.
Load the test attributes into a dictionary from a test
keyval path. Does not assume that the path actually exists.
@param keyval_path: The string path to a keyval file.
@return A dictionary representing the test keyvals.
if not os.path.exists(keyval_path):
return {}
return utils.read_keyval(keyval_path)
def parse_host_keyval(job_dir, hostname):
Parse host keyvals.
@param job_dir: The string directory name of the associated job.
@param hostname: The string hostname.
@return A dictionary representing the host keyvals.
# The "real" job dir may be higher up in the directory tree.
job_dir = tko_utils.find_toplevel_job_dir(job_dir)
if not job_dir:
return {} # We can't find a top-level job dir with host keyvals.
# The keyval is <job_dir>/host_keyvals/<hostname> if it exists.
keyval_path = os.path.join(job_dir, 'host_keyvals', hostname)
if os.path.isfile(keyval_path):
return utils.read_keyval(keyval_path)
return {}
class patch(object):
"""Represents a patch."""
def __init__(self, spec, reference, hash):
self.spec = spec
self.reference = reference
self.hash = hash
class iteration(object):
"""Represents an iteration."""
def __init__(self, index, attr_keyval, perf_keyval):
self.index = index
self.attr_keyval = attr_keyval
self.perf_keyval = perf_keyval
def parse_line_into_dicts(line, attr_dict, perf_dict):
Abstract method to parse a keyval line and insert it into a dictionary.
@param line: The string line to parse.
@param attr_dict: Dictionary of generic iteration attributes.
@param perf_dict: Dictionary of iteration performance results.
raise NotImplementedError
def load_from_keyval(cls, keyval_path):
Load a list of iterations from an iteration keyval file.
Keyval data from separate iterations is separated by blank
lines. Makes use of the parse_line_into_dicts method to
actually parse the individual lines.
@param keyval_path: The string path to a keyval file.
@return A list of iteration objects.
if not os.path.exists(keyval_path):
return []
iterations = []
index = 1
attr, perf = {}, {}
for line in file(keyval_path):
line = line.strip()
if line:
cls.parse_line_into_dicts(line, attr, perf)
iterations.append(cls(index, attr, perf))
index += 1
attr, perf = {}, {}
if attr or perf:
iterations.append(cls(index, attr, perf))
return iterations
class perf_value_iteration(object):
"""Represents a perf value iteration."""
def __init__(self, index, perf_measurements):
Initializes the perf values for a particular test iteration.
@param index: The integer iteration number.
@param perf_measurements: A list of dictionaries, where each dictionary
contains the information for a measured perf metric from the
current iteration.
self.index = index
self.perf_measurements = perf_measurements
def add_measurement(self, measurement):
Appends to the list of perf measurements for this iteration.
@param measurement: A dictionary containing information for a measured
perf metric.
def parse_line_into_dict(line):
Abstract method to parse an individual perf measurement line.
@param line: A string line from the perf measurement output file.
@return A dicionary representing the information for a measured perf
metric from one line of the perf measurement output file, or an
empty dictionary if the line cannot be parsed successfully.
raise NotImplementedError