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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.
"""Module containing stages for running Tast integration tests.
This module contains cbuildbot test stages that run Tast integration tests. See
https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromiumos/platform/tast/ for more details.
"""
import json
import logging
import os
import shutil
from chromite.cbuildbot import commands
from chromite.cbuildbot.stages import generic_stages
from chromite.lib import cgroups
from chromite.lib import constants
from chromite.lib import cros_build_lib
from chromite.lib import failures_lib
from chromite.lib import osutils
from chromite.lib import timeout_util
# Error format string used when tast exits with a non-zero exit code.
FAILURE_EXIT_CODE = '** Tests failed with code %d **'
# Error format string used when one or more tests fail.
FAILURE_TESTS_FAILED = '** %d test(s) failed **'
# Error format string used when results dir is missing or empty.
FAILURE_NO_RESULTS = '** No results in %s **'
# Error format string used when results file is unreadable.
FAILURE_BAD_RESULTS = '** Failed to read results from %s: %s **'
# Prefix for results download link.
RESULTS_LINK_PREFIX = 'results: '
# Prefix for results link for informational tests.
INFORMATIONAL_PREFIX = 'informational: '
# Name of JSON file containing individual tests' results written by the tast
# command to the results dir.
# TODO(derat): Consider reading streamed_results.jsonl instead since it contains
# partial results if the "tast run" command did not finish.
RESULTS_FILENAME = 'results.json'
# Names of properties in test objects from results JSON files.
RESULTS_NAME_KEY = 'name'
RESULTS_ERRORS_KEY = 'errors'
RESULTS_ATTR_KEY = 'attr'
RESULTS_END_KEY = 'end'
# Go's zero value for time.Time values.
ZERO_TIME = '0001-01-01T00:00:00Z'
# Attribute used to label informational tests.
RESULTS_INFORMATIONAL_ATTR = 'informational'
# Directory written within main results dir by tast command containing per-test
# results.
RESULTS_TESTS_DIR = 'tests'
def _CopyResultsDir(src, dest):
"""Copies a results dir to a new directory for archiving.
Args:
src: String source path.
dest: String destination path (presumably under
generic_stages.ArchivingStageMixin.archive_path). Must not exist
already.
Raises:
OSError if dest already exists or the copy fails.
"""
# Skip symlinks since gsutil chokes on broken ones (and just duplicates
# symlinked files, in any case).
def GetSymlinks(dirname, files):
return [x for x in files if os.path.islink(os.path.join(dirname, x))]
shutil.copytree(src, dest, ignore=GetSymlinks)
class TastVMTestStage(generic_stages.BoardSpecificBuilderStage,
generic_stages.ArchivingStageMixin):
"""Runs Tast integration tests in a virtual machine."""
category = constants.TEST_INFRA_STAGE
# Time allotted to cros_run_test to clean up (i.e. shut down the VM) after
# receiving SIGTERM. After this, SIGKILL is sent.
CLEANUP_TIMEOUT_SEC = 10 * 60
# These magic attributes can be used to turn off the stage via the build
# config. See generic_stages.BuilderStage.
option_name = 'tests'
config_name = 'tast_vm_tests'
def PerformStage(self):
"""Performs the stage. Overridden from generic_stages.BuilderStage."""
# CreateTestRoot creates a results directory and returns its path relative
# to the chroot.
chroot_results_dir = commands.CreateTestRoot(self._build_root)
try:
got_exception = False
try:
self._RunAllSuites(self._run.config.tast_vm_tests, chroot_results_dir)
except Exception:
# sys.exc_info() returns (None, None, None) in the finally block, so we
# need to record the fact that we already have an error here.
got_exception = True
raise
finally:
self._ProcessAndArchiveResults(
self._MakeChrootPathAbsolute(chroot_results_dir),
[t.suite_name for t in self._run.config.tast_vm_tests],
got_exception)
except Exception:
logging.exception('Tast VM tests failed')
raise
def _MakeChrootPathAbsolute(self, path):
"""Appends the supplied path to the chroot's path.
Args:
path: String containing path (either relative or absolute) to be rooted
in chroot.
Returns:
String containing chroot suffixed by path.
"""
# When os.path.join encounters an absolute path, it throws away everything
# it's already seen.
return os.path.join(self._build_root, constants.DEFAULT_CHROOT_DIR,
path.lstrip('/'))
def _RunAllSuites(self, suites, base_chroot_results_dir):
"""Runs multiple test suites sequentially.
Args:
suites: List of TastVMTestConfig objects describing suites to run.
base_chroot_results_dir: Base results directory relative to chroot.
Raises:
failures_lib.TestFailure if an internal error is encountered.
"""
with cgroups.SimpleContainChildren('TastVMTest'):
for suite in suites:
logging.info('Running Tast VM test suite %s (%s)',
suite.suite_name, (' '.join(suite.test_exprs)))
# We apparently always prefix reasons with spaces because timeout_util
# appends them directly to error messages.
reason = ' Reached TastVMTestStage test run timeout.'
with timeout_util.Timeout(suite.timeout, reason_message=reason):
self._RunSuite(suite.test_exprs,
os.path.join(base_chroot_results_dir,
suite.suite_name),
suite.timeout)
def _RunSuite(self, test_exprs, suite_chroot_results_dir, timeout):
"""Runs a collection of tests.
Args:
test_exprs: List of string expressions describing which tests to run; this
is passed directly to the 'tast run' command. See
https://goo.gl/UPNEgT for info about test expressions.
suite_chroot_results_dir: String containing path of directory where the
tast command should store test results,
relative to chroot.
timeout: Integer containing timeout in seconds to pass to Tast. This is
used to let the Tast process reserve adequate time to collect
system information after running tests so that it can exit
cleanly instead of being killed.
Raises:
failures_lib.TestFailure if an internal error is encountered.
"""
vm_path = os.path.join(self.GetImageDirSymlink(), constants.TEST_IMAGE_BIN)
results_dir = self._MakeChrootPathAbsolute(suite_chroot_results_dir)
cmd = ['./cros_run_test', '--no-display', '--copy-on-write', '--debug',
'--board=%s' % self._current_board, '--image-path=%s' % vm_path,
'--results-dir=%s' % results_dir, '--test-timeout=%d' % timeout,
'--tast'] + test_exprs
result = cros_build_lib.run(
cmd, check=False, cwd=constants.CHROMITE_BIN_DIR,
kill_timeout=TastVMTestStage.CLEANUP_TIMEOUT_SEC
)
if result.returncode:
raise failures_lib.TestFailure(FAILURE_EXIT_CODE % result.returncode)
@failures_lib.SetFailureType(failures_lib.InfrastructureFailure,
exclude_exceptions=[failures_lib.TestFailure])
def _ProcessAndArchiveResults(self, abs_results_dir, suite_names,
already_have_error):
"""Processes and archives test results.
Args:
abs_results_dir: Absolute path to directory containing test results.
suite_names: List of string test suite names.
already_have_error: Boolean for whether testing has already failed.
Raises:
failures_lib.TestFailure if one or more tests failed or results were
unavailable. Suppressed if already_have_error is True.
"""
if not os.path.isdir(abs_results_dir) or not os.listdir(abs_results_dir):
raise failures_lib.TestFailure(FAILURE_NO_RESULTS % abs_results_dir)
archive_base = constants.TAST_VM_TEST_RESULTS % {'attempt': self._attempt}
_CopyResultsDir(abs_results_dir,
os.path.join(self.archive_path, archive_base))
# TODO(crbug.com/770562): Collect stack traces once the tast executable is
# symbolizing and collecting them (see VMTestStage._ArchiveTestResults).
# Now archive the results to Cloud Storage.
logging.info('Uploading artifacts to Cloud Storage...')
self.UploadArtifact(archive_base, archive=False, strict=False)
self.PrintDownloadLink(archive_base, RESULTS_LINK_PREFIX)
try:
self._ProcessResultsFile(abs_results_dir, archive_base, suite_names)
except Exception as e:
# Don't raise a new exception if testing already failed.
if already_have_error:
logging.exception('Got error while archiving or processing results')
else:
raise e
finally:
osutils.RmDir(abs_results_dir, ignore_missing=True, sudo=True)
def _ProcessResultsFile(self, abs_results_dir, url_base, suite_names):
"""Parses the results file and prints links to failed tests.
Args:
abs_results_dir: Absolute path to directory containing test results.
url_base: Relative path within the archive dir where results are stored.
suite_names: List of string test suite names.
Raises:
failures_lib.TestFailure if one or more tests failed or results were
missing or unreadable.
"""
num_failed = 0
for suite_name in sorted(suite_names):
results_path = os.path.join(abs_results_dir, suite_name, RESULTS_FILENAME)
# The results file contains an array with objects representing tests.
# Each object should contain the test name in a 'name' attribute and a
# list of errors in an 'error' attribute.
try:
with open(results_path, 'r') as f:
for test in json.load(f):
# Report the test as failed if it didn't finish or had errors.
if test[RESULTS_END_KEY] == ZERO_TIME or test[RESULTS_ERRORS_KEY]:
name = test[RESULTS_NAME_KEY]
informational = (RESULTS_INFORMATIONAL_ATTR in
test.get(RESULTS_ATTR_KEY, []))
test_url = os.path.join(
url_base, suite_name, RESULTS_TESTS_DIR, name)
desc = INFORMATIONAL_PREFIX + name if informational else name
self.PrintDownloadLink(test_url, text_to_display=desc)
# Ignore the failure if the test was marked informational.
if not informational:
num_failed += 1
except Exception as e:
raise failures_lib.TestFailure(FAILURE_BAD_RESULTS %
(results_path, str(e)))
if num_failed > 0:
logging.error('%d test(s) failed', num_failed)
raise failures_lib.TestFailure(FAILURE_TESTS_FAILED % num_failed)