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# Copyright 2017 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 os
import socket
import time
import common
from autotest_lib.client.bin import utils
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import error
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib.global_config import global_config
from autotest_lib.site_utils.lxc import config as lxc_config
from autotest_lib.site_utils.lxc import constants
from autotest_lib.site_utils.lxc import container_pool
from autotest_lib.site_utils.lxc import lxc
from autotest_lib.site_utils.lxc.cleanup_if_fail import cleanup_if_fail
from autotest_lib.site_utils.lxc.base_image import BaseImage
from autotest_lib.site_utils.lxc.constants import \
from autotest_lib.site_utils.lxc.container import Container
from autotest_lib.site_utils.lxc.container_factory import ContainerFactory
from chromite.lib import metrics
from infra_libs import ts_mon
except ImportError:
import mock
metrics = utils.metrics_mock
ts_mon = mock.Mock()
# Timeout (in seconds) for container pool operations.
_USE_LXC_POOL = global_config.get_config_value('LXC_POOL', 'use_lxc_pool',
class ContainerBucket(object):
"""A wrapper class to interact with containers in a specific container path.
def __init__(self, container_path=constants.DEFAULT_CONTAINER_PATH,
"""Initialize a ContainerBucket.
@param container_path: Path to the directory used to store containers.
Default is set to AUTOSERV/container_path in
global config.
@param container_factory: A factory for creating Containers.
self.container_path = os.path.realpath(container_path)
if container_factory is not None:
self._factory = container_factory
# Pick the correct factory class to use (pool-based, or regular)
# based on the config variable.
factory_class = ContainerFactory
logging.debug('Using container pool')
factory_class = _PoolBasedFactory
# Pass in the container path so that the bucket is hermetic (i.e. so
# that if the container path is customized, the base image doesn't
# fall back to using the default container path).
base_image_ok = True
container = BaseImage(self.container_path).get()
except error.ContainerError as e:
base_image_ok = False
raise e
metrics.Counter(METRICS_PREFIX + '/base_image',
fields={'corrupted': not base_image_ok})
self._factory = factory_class(
self.container_cache = {}
def get_all(self, force_update=False):
"""Get details of all containers.
Retrieves all containers owned by the bucket. Note that this doesn't
include the base container, or any containers owned by the container
@param force_update: Boolean, ignore cached values if set.
@return: A dictionary of all containers with detailed attributes,
indexed by container name.
info_collection = lxc.get_container_info(self.container_path)
containers = {} if force_update else self.container_cache
for info in info_collection:
if info["name"] in containers:
container = Container.create_from_existing_dir(self.container_path,
# Active containers have an ID. Zygotes and base containers, don't.
if is not None:
containers[] = container
self.container_cache = containers
return containers
def get_container(self, container_id):
"""Get a container with matching name.
@param container_id: ID of the container.
@return: A container object with matching name. Returns None if no
container matches the given name.
if container_id in self.container_cache:
return self.container_cache[container_id]
return self.get_all().get(container_id, None)
def exist(self, container_id):
"""Check if a container exists with the given name.
@param container_id: ID of the container.
@return: True if the container with the given ID exists, otherwise
returns False.
return self.get_container(container_id) != None
def destroy_all(self):
"""Destroy all containers, base must be destroyed at the last.
containers = self.get_all().values()
for container in sorted(
containers, key=lambda n: 1 if == constants.BASE else 0):
key ='Destroy container %s.',
del self.container_cache[key]
'%s/setup_test_duration' % constants.STATS_KEY)
def setup_test(self, container_id, job_id, server_package_url, result_path,
control=None, skip_cleanup=False, job_folder=None,
"""Setup test container for the test job to run.
The setup includes:
1. Install autotest_server package from given url.
2. Copy over local shadow_config.ini.
3. Mount local site-packages.
4. Mount test result directory.
TODO(dshi): Setup also needs to include test control file for autoserv
to run in container.
@param container_id: ID to assign to the test container.
@param job_id: Job id for the test job to run in the test container.
@param server_package_url: Url to download autotest_server package.
@param result_path: Directory to be mounted to container to store test
@param control: Path to the control file to run the test job. Default is
set to None.
@param skip_cleanup: Set to True to skip cleanup, used to troubleshoot
container failures.
@param job_folder: Folder name of the job, e.g., 123-debug_user.
@param dut_name: Name of the dut to run test, used as the hostname of
the container. Default is None.
@return: A Container object for the test container.
@raise ContainerError: If container does not exist, or not running.
start_time = time.time()
if not os.path.exists(result_path):
raise error.ContainerError('Result directory does not exist: %s',
result_path = os.path.abspath(result_path)
# Save control file to result_path temporarily. The reason is that the
# control file in drone_tmp folder can be deleted during scheduler
# restart. For test not using SSP, the window between test starts and
# control file being picked up by the test is very small (< 2 seconds).
# However, for tests using SSP, it takes around 1 minute before the
# container is setup. If scheduler is restarted during that period, the
# control file will be deleted, and the test will fail.
if control:
control_file_name = os.path.basename(control)
safe_control = os.path.join(result_path, control_file_name)'cp %s %s' % (control, safe_control))
# Create test container from the base container.
container = self._factory.create_container(container_id)
# Deploy server side package
deploy_config_manager = lxc_config.DeployConfigManager(container)
# Copy over control file to run the test job.
if control:
mount_entries = [(constants.SITE_PACKAGES_PATH,
os.path.join(constants.RESULT_DIR_FMT % job_folder),
# Update container config to mount directories.
for source, destination, readonly in mount_entries:
container.mount_dir(source, destination, readonly)
# Update file permissions.
# TODO(dshi): Skip following action when test container
# can be unprivileged container.
autotest_path = os.path.join(
constants.CONTAINER_AUTOTEST_DIR.lstrip(os.path.sep))'sudo chown -R root "%s"' % autotest_path)'sudo chgrp -R root "%s"' % autotest_path)
# Update the hostname of the test container to be `dut-name`.
# Some TradeFed tests use hostname in test results, which is used to
# group test results in dashboard. The default container name is set to
# be the name of the folder, which is unique (as it is composed of job
# id and timestamp. For better result view, the container's hostname is
# set to be a string containing the dut hostname.
if dut_name:
container.set_hostname(constants.CONTAINER_UTSNAME_FORMAT %
dut_name.replace('.', '-'))
logging.debug('Test container %s is set up.',
return container
class _PoolBasedFactory(ContainerFactory):
"""A ContainerFactory that queries the running container pool.
Implementation falls back to the regular container factory behaviour
(i.e. locally cloning a container) if the pool is unavailable or if it does
not return a bucket before the specified timeout.
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
super(_PoolBasedFactory, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
self._client = container_pool.Client()
except (socket.error, socket.timeout) as e:
# If an error occurs connecting to the container pool, fall back to
# the default container factory.
logging.exception('Container pool connection failed.')
self._client = None
def create_container(self, new_id):
"""Creates a new container.
Attempts to retrieve a container from the container pool. If that
operation fails, this falls back to the parent class behaviour.
@param new_id: ContainerId to assign to the new container. Containers
must be assigned an ID before they can be released from
the container pool.
@return: The new container.
container = None
if self._client:
container = self._client.get_container(new_id,
except Exception:
logging.exception('Error communicating with container pool.')
if container is not None:
logging.debug('Retrieved container from pool: %s',
return container
metrics.Counter(METRICS_PREFIX + '/containers_served',
field_spec = [ts_mon.BooleanField('from_pool')]
'from_pool': (container is not None)})
if container is not None:
return container
# If the container pool did not yield a container, make one locally.
logging.warning('Unable to obtain container from pre-populated pool. '
'Creating container locally. This slows server tests '
'down and should be debugged even if local creation '
'works out.')
return super(_PoolBasedFactory, self).create_container(new_id)