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import os, time, logging, shutil
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import global_config
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib.cros.graphite import autotest_stats
from autotest_lib.client.cros import constants
from autotest_lib.server import utils
# import any site hooks for the crashdump and crashinfo collection
get_site_crashdumps = utils.import_site_function(
__file__, "autotest_lib.server.site_crashcollect", "get_site_crashdumps",
lambda host, test_start_time: None)
get_site_crashinfo = utils.import_site_function(
__file__, "autotest_lib.server.site_crashcollect", "get_site_crashinfo",
lambda host, test_start_time: None)
_timer = autotest_stats.Timer('crash_collection')
def get_crashdumps(host, test_start_time):
get_site_crashdumps(host, test_start_time)
def get_crashinfo(host, test_start_time):"Collecting crash information...")
# get_crashdumps collects orphaned crashdumps and symbolicates all
# collected crashdumps. Symbolicating could happen
# during a postjob task as well, at which time some crashdumps could have
# already been pulled back from machine. So it doesn't necessarily need
# to wait for the machine to come up.
get_crashdumps(host, test_start_time)
if wait_for_machine_to_recover(host):
# run any site-specific collection
get_site_crashinfo(host, test_start_time)
crashinfo_dir = get_crashinfo_dir(host, 'crashinfo')
collect_command(host, "dmesg", os.path.join(crashinfo_dir, "dmesg"))
# Collect everything in /var/log.
log_path = os.path.join(crashinfo_dir, 'var')
collect_log_file(host, constants.LOG_DIR, log_path)
# Collect console-ramoops
log_path = os.path.join(
crashinfo_dir, os.path.basename(constants.LOG_CONSOLE_RAMOOPS))
collect_log_file(host, constants.LOG_CONSOLE_RAMOOPS, log_path)
# Collect i915_error_state, only available on intel systems.
# i915 contains the Intel graphics state. It might contain useful data
# when a DUT hangs, times out or crashes.
log_path = os.path.join(
crashinfo_dir, os.path.basename(constants.LOG_I915_ERROR_STATE))
collect_log_file(host, constants.LOG_I915_ERROR_STATE,
log_path, use_tmp=True)
# Load default for number of hours to wait before giving up on crash collection.
HOURS_TO_WAIT = global_config.global_config.get_config_value(
'SERVER', 'crash_collection_hours_to_wait', type=float, default=4.0)
def wait_for_machine_to_recover(host, hours_to_wait=HOURS_TO_WAIT):
"""Wait for a machine (possibly down) to become accessible again.
@param host: A RemoteHost instance to wait on
@param hours_to_wait: Number of hours to wait before giving up
@returns: True if the machine comes back up, False otherwise
current_time = time.strftime("%b %d %H:%M:%S", time.localtime())
if host.is_up():"%s already up, collecting crash info", host.hostname)
return True"Waiting %s hours for %s to come up (%s)",
hours_to_wait, host.hostname, current_time)
if not host.wait_up(timeout=hours_to_wait * 3600):
logging.warning("%s down, unable to collect crash info",
return False
else:"%s is back up, collecting crash info", host.hostname)
return True
def get_crashinfo_dir(host, dir_prefix):
"""Find and if necessary create a directory to store crashinfo in.
@param host: The RemoteHost object that crashinfo will be collected from
@param dir_prefix: Prefix of directory name.
@returns: The path to an existing directory for writing crashinfo into
host_resultdir = getattr(getattr(host, "job", None), "resultdir", None)
if host_resultdir:
infodir = host_resultdir
infodir = os.path.abspath(os.getcwd())
infodir = os.path.join(infodir, "%s.%s" % (dir_prefix, host.hostname))
if not os.path.exists(infodir):
return infodir
def collect_log_file(host, log_path, dest_path, use_tmp=False):
"""Collects a log file from the remote machine.
Log files are collected from the remote machine and written into the
destination path. If dest_path is a directory, the log file will be named
using the basename of the remote log path.
@param host: The RemoteHost to collect logs from
@param log_path: The remote path to collect the log file from
@param dest_path: A path (file or directory) to write the copies logs into
@param use_tmp: If True, will first copy the logs to a temporary directory
on the host and download logs from there.
"""'Collecting %s...', log_path)
source_path = log_path
if use_tmp:
devnull = open('/dev/null', 'w')
tmpdir ='mktemp -d', stdout_tee=devnull).stdout.strip()'cp -rp %s %s' % (log_path, tmpdir))
source_path = os.path.join(tmpdir, os.path.basename(log_path))
host.get_file(source_path, dest_path, preserve_perm=False)
if use_tmp:'rm -rf %s' % tmpdir)
except Exception, e:
logging.warning('Collection of %s failed: %s', log_path, e)
def collect_command(host, command, dest_path):
"""Collects the result of a command on the remote machine.
The standard output of the command will be collected and written into the
desitionation path. The destination path is assumed to be filename and
not a directory.
@param host: The RemoteHost to collect from
@param command: A shell command to run on the remote machine and capture
the output from.
@param dest_path: A file path to write the results of the log into
""""Collecting '%s' ...", command)
devnull = open("/dev/null", "w")
result =, stdout_tee=devnull).stdout
utils.open_write_close(dest_path, result)
except Exception, e:
logging.warning("Collection of '%s' failed:\n%s", command, e)
def collect_uncollected_logs(host):
"""Collects any leftover uncollected logs from the client.
@param host: The RemoteHost to collect from
if host.job:
logs = host.job.get_client_logs()
for hostname, remote_path, local_path in logs:
if hostname == host.hostname:"Retrieving logs from %s:%s into %s",
hostname, remote_path, local_path)
host.get_file(remote_path + "/", local_path + "/")
except Exception, e:
logging.warning("Error while trying to collect stranded "
"Autotest client logs: %s", e)
def collect_messages(host):
"""Collects the 'new' contents of /var/log/messages.
If host.VAR_LOG_MESSAGE_COPY_PATH is on the remote machine, collects
the contents of /var/log/messages excluding whatever initial contents
are already present in host.VAR_LOG_MESSAGE_COPY_PATH. If it is not
present, simply collects the entire contents of /var/log/messages.
@param host: The RemoteHost to collect from
crashinfo_dir = get_crashinfo_dir(host, 'crashinfo')
# paths to the messages files
messages = os.path.join(crashinfo_dir, "messages")
messages_raw = os.path.join(crashinfo_dir, "messages.raw")
messages_at_start = os.path.join(crashinfo_dir, "messages.at_start")
# grab the files from the remote host
collect_log_file(host, host.VAR_LOG_MESSAGES_COPY_PATH,
collect_log_file(host, "/var/log/messages", messages_raw)
# figure out how much of messages.raw to skip
if os.path.exists(messages_at_start):
# if the first lines of the messages at start should match the
# first lines of the current messages; if they don't then messages
# has been erase or rotated and we just grab all of it
first_line_at_start = utils.read_one_line(messages_at_start)
first_line_now = utils.read_one_line(messages_raw)
if first_line_at_start != first_line_now:
size_at_start = 0
size_at_start = os.path.getsize(messages_at_start)
size_at_start = 0
raw_messages_file = open(messages_raw)
messages_file = open(messages, "w")
shutil.copyfileobj(raw_messages_file, messages_file)
# get rid of the "raw" versions of messages
if os.path.exists(messages_at_start):
except Exception, e:
logging.warning("Error while collecting /var/log/messages: %s", e)