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# Copyright (c) 2013 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 os, time
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import error
from autotest_lib.client.cros import cros_ui_test, power_suspend, power_utils
class dummy_IdleSuspend(cros_ui_test.UITest):
This is not a complete test. It is a dummy test that must be run in parallel
with power_SuspendStress(method='idle') to control powerd idle values and
perform a login.
version = 1
'disable_idle_suspend': 0,
'ignore_external_policy': 1,
'unplugged_dim_ms': 4000,
'unplugged_off_ms': 6000,
'unplugged_suspend_ms': 8000,
'plugged_dim_ms': 4000,
'plugged_off_ms': 6000,
'plugged_suspend_ms': 8000,
# Don't wait longer than this to start... if power_SuspendStress died before
# creating the HWCLOCK_FILE, we might otherwise wait forever
def initialize(self, creds='$default'):
# It's important to log in with a real user. If logged in as
# guest, powerd will shut down instead of suspending.
super(dummy_IdleSuspend, self).initialize(creds=creds)
def run_once(self):
# We just idle while power_SuspendStress does all the work. Existance of
# the HWCLOCK_FILE tells us when it starts and when it's done.
for _ in xrange(self._TEST_START_TIMEOUT):
if os.path.exists(power_suspend.Suspender.HWCLOCK_FILE):
raise error.TestError("Parallel test failed to create Suspender.")
# These must not be enabled too soon, or the system may suspend before a
# wakeup is scheduled. They must not be disabled too late either...
power_prefs = power_utils.PowerPrefChanger(self._IDLE_TIMINGS)
while os.path.exists(power_suspend.Suspender.HWCLOCK_FILE):