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# Copyright (c) 2016 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.
"""Module to automate the process of deploying to production.
Example usage of this script:
1. Update both autotest and chromite to the lastest commit that has passed
the test instance.
$ ./site_utils/
2. Skip updating a repo, e.g. autotest
$ ./site_utils/ --skip_autotest
3. Update a given repo to a specific commit
$ ./site_utils/ --autotest_hash='1234'
import argparse
import os
import re
import sys
import subprocess
import common
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import revision_control
from autotest_lib.site_utils.lib import infra
AUTOTEST_DIR = common.autotest_dir
GIT_URL = {'autotest':
PROD_BRANCH = 'prod'
MASTER_AFE = 'cautotest'
# CIPD packages whose prod refs should be updated.
class AutoDeployException(Exception):
"""Raised when any deploy step fails."""
def parse_arguments():
"""Parse command line arguments.
@returns An argparse.Namespace populated with argument values.
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
description=('Command to update prod branch for autotest, chromite '
'repos. Then deploy new changes to all lab servers.'))
parser.add_argument('--skip_autotest', action='store_true', default=False,
help='Skip updating autotest prod branch. Default is False.')
parser.add_argument('--skip_chromite', action='store_true', default=False,
help='Skip updating chromite prod branch. Default is False.')
parser.add_argument('--force_update', action='store_true', default=False,
help=('Force a deployment without updating both autotest and '
'chromite prod branch'))
parser.add_argument('--autotest_hash', type=str, default=None,
help='Update autotest prod branch to the given hash. If it is not'
' specified, autotest prod branch will be rebased to '
'prod-next branch, which is the latest commit that has '
'passed our test instance.')
parser.add_argument('--chromite_hash', type=str, default=None,
help='Same as autotest_hash option.')
results = parser.parse_args(sys.argv[1:])
# Verify the validity of the options.
if ((results.skip_autotest and results.autotest_hash) or
(results.skip_chromite and results.chromite_hash)):
print 'Cannot specify skip_* and *_hash options at the same time.'
if results.force_update:
results.skip_autotest = True
results.skip_chromite = True
return results
def clone_prod_branch(repo):
"""Method to clone the prod branch for a given repo under /tmp/ dir.
@param repo: Name of the git repo to be cloned.
@returns path to the cloned repo.
@raises subprocess.CalledProcessError on a command failure.
@raised revision_control.GitCloneError when git clone fails.
repo_dir = '/tmp/%s' % repo
print 'Cloning %s prod branch under %s' % (repo, repo_dir)
if os.path.exists(repo_dir):
infra.local_runner('rm -rf %s' % repo_dir)
git_repo = revision_control.GitRepo(repo_dir, GIT_URL[repo])
print 'Successfully cloned %s prod branch' % repo
return repo_dir
def update_prod_branch(repo, repo_dir, hash_to_rebase):
"""Method to update the prod branch of the given repo to the given hash.
@param repo: Name of the git repo to be updated.
@param repo_dir: path to the cloned repo.
@param hash_to_rebase: Hash to rebase the prod branch to. If it is None,
prod branch will rebase to prod-next branch.
@returns the range of the pushed commits as a string. E.g 123...345. If the
prod branch is already up-to-date, return None.
@raises subprocess.CalledProcessError on a command failure.
with infra.chdir(repo_dir):
print 'Updating %s prod branch.' % repo
rebase_to = hash_to_rebase if hash_to_rebase else 'origin/prod-next'
# Check whether prod branch is already up-to-date, which means there is
# no changes since last push.
print 'Detecting new changes since last push...'
diff = infra.local_runner('git log prod..%s --oneline' % rebase_to,
if diff:
print 'Find new changes, will update prod branch...'
infra.local_runner('git rebase %s prod' % rebase_to,
result = infra.local_runner('git push origin prod',
print 'Successfully pushed %s prod branch!\n' % repo
# Get the pushed commit range, which is used to get pushed commits
# using git log E.g. 123..456, then run git log --oneline 123..456.
grep ='(\w)*\.\.(\w)*', result)
if not grep:
raise AutoDeployException(
'Fail to get pushed commits for repo %s from git log: %s' %
(repo, result))
print 'No new %s changes found since last push.' % repo
return None
def get_pushed_commits(repo, repo_dir, pushed_commits_range):
"""Method to get the pushed commits.
@param repo: Name of the updated git repo.
@param repo_dir: path to the cloned repo.
@param pushed_commits_range: The range of the pushed commits. E.g 123...345
@return: the commits that are pushed to prod branch. The format likes this:
"git log --oneline A...B | grep autotest
A xxxx
B xxxx"
@raises subprocess.CalledProcessError on a command failure.
print 'Getting pushed CLs for %s repo.' % repo
if not pushed_commits_range:
return '\n%s:\nNo new changes since last push.' % repo
with infra.chdir(repo_dir):
get_commits_cmd = 'git log --oneline %s' % pushed_commits_range
pushed_commits = infra.local_runner(
get_commits_cmd, stream_output=True)
if repo == 'autotest':
autotest_commits = ''
for cl in pushed_commits.splitlines():
if 'autotest' in cl:
autotest_commits += '%s\n' % cl
pushed_commits = autotest_commits
print 'Successfully got pushed CLs for %s repo!\n' % repo
displayed_cmd = get_commits_cmd
if repo == 'autotest':
displayed_cmd += ' | grep autotest'
return '\n%s:\n%s\n%s\n' % (repo, displayed_cmd, pushed_commits)
def kick_off_deploy():
"""Method to kick off deploy script to deploy changes to lab servers.
@raises subprocess.CalledProcessError on a repo command failure.
print 'Start deploying changes to all lab servers...'
with infra.chdir(AUTOTEST_DIR):
# Then kick off the deploy script.
deploy_cmd = ('runlocalssh ./site_utils/ -x --afe=%s' %
infra.local_runner(deploy_cmd, stream_output=True)
print 'Successfully deployed changes to all lab servers.'
def main(args):
"""Main entry"""
options = parse_arguments()
repos = dict()
if not options.skip_autotest:
repos.update({'autotest': options.autotest_hash})
if not options.skip_chromite:
repos.update({'chromite': options.chromite_hash})
print 'Moving CIPD prod refs to prod-next'
for pkg in _CIPD_PACKAGES:
subprocess.check_call(['cipd', 'set-ref', pkg, '-version', 'prod-next',
'-ref', 'prod'])
# update_log saves the git log of the updated repo.
update_log = ''
for repo, hash_to_rebase in repos.iteritems():
repo_dir = clone_prod_branch(repo)
push_commits_range = update_prod_branch(
repo, repo_dir, hash_to_rebase)
update_log += get_pushed_commits(repo, repo_dir, push_commits_range)
except revision_control.GitCloneError as e:
print 'Fail to clone prod branch. Error:\n%s\n' % e
except subprocess.CalledProcessError as e:
print ('Deploy fails when running a subprocess cmd :\n%s\n'
'Below is the push log:\n%s\n' % (e.output, update_log))
except Exception as e:
print 'Deploy fails with error:\n%s\nPush log:\n%s\n' % (e, update_log)
# When deploy succeeds, print the update_log.
print ('Deploy succeeds!!! Below is the push log of the updated repo:\n%s'
'Please email this to %s.'% (update_log, NOTIFY_GROUP))
if __name__ == '__main__':