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authorwu.zhihui <wu.zhihui1@zte.com.cn>2017-03-04 18:32:17 +0800
committerwu.zhihui <wu.zhihui1@zte.com.cn>2017-03-04 18:54:52 +0800
commitff9258581a7981e830009785d69efb0d70261f4d (patch)
treee4dc2a450f4b133437196e05ffafe0f2980e3a49 /tests
parent26dc128e571e38d5264b2708001f1d63e4cd6d52 (diff)
rework env.py
Create a new class AnsibleEnvSetup for setuping test environment for ansible driver. Change-Id: I5d2385b33e5666acb7bbac1a6d960a805d846a32 Signed-off-by: wu.zhihui <wu.zhihui1@zte.com.cn>
Diffstat (limited to 'tests')
-rw-r--r--tests/unit/util/env_test.py297
1 files changed, 263 insertions, 34 deletions
diff --git a/tests/unit/util/env_test.py b/tests/unit/util/env_test.py
index 38ac988..62d12a1 100644
--- a/tests/unit/util/env_test.py
+++ b/tests/unit/util/env_test.py
@@ -9,10 +9,40 @@
import time
-import mock
import pytest
+import mock
+from collections import defaultdict
+import socket
from qtip.util import env
+from qtip.util.env import AnsibleEnvSetup
+
+
+@pytest.fixture(scope='session')
+def ansible_envsetup():
+ return AnsibleEnvSetup()
+
+
+@pytest.fixture()
+def hostfile(tmpdir):
+ fake_hostfile = tmpdir.join('hosts')
+ fake_hostfile.write("[hosts]\n")
+ fake_hostfile.write("10.20.0.3")
+ return fake_hostfile
+
+
+@pytest.fixture()
+def private_key(tmpdir):
+ fake_private_key = tmpdir.join('QtipKey')
+ fake_private_key.write("fake keypair")
+ return fake_private_key
+
+
+@pytest.fixture()
+def public_key(tmpdir):
+ fake_public_key = tmpdir.join('QtipKey.pub')
+ fake_public_key.write("fake public key")
+ return fake_public_key
def test_all_files_exist(tmpdir):
@@ -35,60 +65,259 @@ def test_clean_file(tmpdir):
assert env.clean_file(non_exist_file)
-def test_generate_host_file_without_setenv(monkeypatch):
- def setenv(*args):
- monkeypatch.setenv('INSTALLER_TYPE', args[0])
- monkeypatch.setenv('INSTALLER_IP', args[1])
+def test_init(ansible_envsetup):
+ assert 'AnsibleEnvSetup' in str(type(ansible_envsetup))
+ assert ansible_envsetup.keypair == defaultdict(str)
+ assert ansible_envsetup.hostfile is None
+ assert ansible_envsetup.host_ip_list == []
- with pytest.raises(KeyError) as excinfo:
- env.generate_host_file()
- assert 'INSTALLER_TYPE' in str(excinfo.value)
- with pytest.raises(ValueError) as excinfo:
- setenv('fuel_1', '10.20.0.2')
- env.generate_host_file()
- assert 'fuel_1 is not supported' in str(excinfo.value)
+def test_setup_exception(capsys, mocker, ansible_envsetup, hostfile):
+ with mock.patch.object(AnsibleEnvSetup, 'check_hostfile', side_effect=RuntimeError()):
+ mock_os = mocker.patch('sys.exit')
+ ansible_envsetup.setup({'hostfile': str(hostfile)})
+ out, error = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert out == '\n'
+ assert mock_os.call_count == 1
- with pytest.raises(ValueError) as excinfo:
- setenv('fuel', '')
- env.generate_host_file()
- assert 'The value of environment variable INSTALLER_IP is empty' \
- in str(excinfo.value)
+
+# TODO(zhihui_wu) Need find a smart way to write this pytest
+def test_setup(mocker, ansible_envsetup):
+ mock_check_hostfile = \
+ mocker.patch.object(AnsibleEnvSetup, 'check_hostfile')
+ mock_generate_default_hostfile = \
+ mocker.patch.object(AnsibleEnvSetup, 'generate_default_hostfile')
+ mock_fetch_ip = \
+ mocker.patch.object(AnsibleEnvSetup, 'fetch_host_ip_from_hostfile')
+ mock_check_keypair = \
+ mocker.patch.object(AnsibleEnvSetup, 'check_keypair')
+ mock_generate_default_keypair = \
+ mocker.patch.object(AnsibleEnvSetup, 'generate_default_keypair')
+ mock_pass_keypair = \
+ mocker.patch.object(AnsibleEnvSetup, 'pass_keypair_to_remote')
+ mock_check_ssh = \
+ mocker.patch.object(AnsibleEnvSetup, 'check_hosts_ssh_connectivity')
+
+ ansible_envsetup.setup({'keypair': str(private_key),
+ 'hostfile': str(hostfile)})
+ mock_check_hostfile.assert_called_with(str(hostfile))
+ mock_fetch_ip.assert_called_with()
+ mock_check_keypair.assert_called_with(str(private_key))
+ mock_pass_keypair.assert_called_with()
+ mock_check_ssh.assert_called_with()
+
+ ansible_envsetup.setup({'keypair': str(private_key)})
+ mock_generate_default_hostfile.assert_called_with()
+ mock_fetch_ip.assert_called_with()
+ mock_check_keypair.assert_called_with(str(private_key))
+ mock_pass_keypair.assert_called_with()
+ mock_check_ssh.assert_called_with()
+
+ ansible_envsetup.setup({'hostfile': str(hostfile)})
+ mock_check_hostfile.assert_called_with(str(hostfile))
+ mock_fetch_ip.assert_called_with()
+ mock_generate_default_keypair.assert_called_with()
+ mock_pass_keypair.assert_called_with()
+ mock_check_ssh.assert_called_with()
+
+ ansible_envsetup.setup()
+ mock_generate_default_hostfile.assert_called_with()
+ mock_fetch_ip.assert_called_with()
+ mock_generate_default_keypair.assert_called_with()
+ mock_pass_keypair.assert_called_with()
+ mock_check_ssh.assert_called_with()
+
+
+def test_check_keypair(mocker, ansible_envsetup, private_key, public_key):
+ with mocker.patch.object(env, 'all_files_exist', return_value=True):
+ ansible_envsetup.check_keypair(str(private_key))
+ assert ansible_envsetup.keypair['private'] == str(private_key)
+ assert ansible_envsetup.keypair['public'] == str(public_key)
+
+
+def test_check_keypair_failed(mocker, ansible_envsetup):
+ mocker.patch.object(env, 'all_files_exist', return_value=False)
+ with pytest.raises(RuntimeError) as excinfo:
+ ansible_envsetup.check_keypair(str(private_key))
+ assert 'The keypairs you in the configuration file ' \
+ 'is invalid or not existed.' == str(excinfo.value)
+ assert ansible_envsetup.keypair['private'] == ''
+ assert ansible_envsetup.keypair['public'] == ''
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize("file_existence, expected", [
+ (True, 0),
+ (False, 1)
+])
+def test_generate_default_keypair(mocker, ansible_envsetup, file_existence, expected):
+ mock_os = mocker.patch('os.system')
+ mocker.patch.object(env, 'all_files_exist', return_value=file_existence)
+ ansible_envsetup.generate_default_keypair()
+ assert mock_os.call_count == expected
+ assert ansible_envsetup.keypair['private'] == env.PRIVATE_KEY
+ assert ansible_envsetup.keypair['public'] == env.PUBLIC_KEY
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize("ips, expected", [
+ (['10.20.0.3'], 1),
+ (['10.20.0.3', '10.20.0.4'], 2)
+])
+def test_pass_keypair_to_remote_successful(mocker, ansible_envsetup, ips, expected):
+ ansible_envsetup.host_ip_list = ips
+ mock_pass_keypair = \
+ mocker.patch.object(AnsibleEnvSetup, '_pass_keypair', return_value=True)
+ ansible_envsetup.pass_keypair_to_remote()
+ assert mock_pass_keypair.call_count == expected
+
+
+def test_pass_keypair_to_remote_failed(mocker, ansible_envsetup):
+ ansible_envsetup.host_ip_list = ['10.20.0.3']
+ mocker.patch.object(AnsibleEnvSetup, '_pass_keypair', return_value=False)
+ with pytest.raises(RuntimeError) as excinfo:
+ ansible_envsetup.pass_keypair_to_remote()
+ assert "Failed on passing keypair to remote." in str(excinfo.value)
-def test_generate_host_file(monkeypatch, tmpdir):
+def test_pass_keypair(monkeypatch, capsys, mocker, ansible_envsetup):
+ monkeypatch.setattr(time, 'sleep', lambda s: None)
+ mock_os = mocker.patch('os.system')
+ ansible_envsetup._pass_keypair('10.20.0.3', str(private_key))
+ assert mock_os.call_count == 2
+ out, error = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert "Pass keypair to remote hosts 10.20.0.3 successfully" in out
+
+
+def test_pass_keypair_exception(capsys, ansible_envsetup):
+ with mock.patch('os.system', side_effect=Exception()) as mock_os:
+ result = ansible_envsetup._pass_keypair('10.20.0.3', str(private_key))
+ assert result is False
+ out, error = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert out == '\n'
+ assert mock_os.call_count == 1
+
+
+def test_check_hostfile(mocker, ansible_envsetup, hostfile):
+ ansible_envsetup.check_hostfile(str(hostfile))
+ assert ansible_envsetup.hostfile == str(hostfile)
+
+ with pytest.raises(RuntimeError) as excinfo:
+ mocker.patch.object(env, 'all_files_exist', return_value=False)
+ ansible_envsetup.check_hostfile(str(hostfile))
+ assert str(excinfo.value) == 'The hostfile {0} is invalid or not ' \
+ 'existed.'.format(str(hostfile))
+
+
+def test_default_hostfile_non_existed(mocker, ansible_envsetup):
+ with mocker.patch.object(env, 'all_files_exist', return_value=False):
+ mock_generate_hostfile_via_installer = \
+ mocker.patch.object(AnsibleEnvSetup,
+ '_generate_hostfile_via_installer')
+ ansible_envsetup.generate_default_hostfile()
+ mock_generate_hostfile_via_installer.assert_called_once_with()
+
+
+def test_default_hostfile_existed(mocker, ansible_envsetup):
+ with mocker.patch.object(env, 'all_files_exist', return_value=True):
+ mock_generate_hostfile_via_installer = \
+ mocker.patch.object(AnsibleEnvSetup,
+ '_generate_hostfile_via_installer')
+ ansible_envsetup.generate_default_hostfile()
+ mock_generate_hostfile_via_installer.assert_not_called()
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize("test_input, expected", [
+ (({}, KeyError), 'INSTALLER_TYPE'),
+ (({'INSTALLER_TYPE': 'fuel'}, KeyError), 'INSTALLER_IP'),
+ (({'INSTALLER_TYPE': 'fuel_1', 'INSTALLER_IP': '10.20.0.2'}, ValueError),
+ 'fuel_1 is not supported'),
+ (({'INSTALLER_TYPE': 'fuel', 'INSTALLER_IP': ''}, ValueError),
+ 'The value of environment variable INSTALLER_IP is empty')
+])
+def test_generate_hostfile_via_installer_exception(monkeypatch, ansible_envsetup, test_input, expected):
+ if test_input[0]:
+ for key in test_input[0]:
+ monkeypatch.setenv(key, test_input[0][key])
+
+ with pytest.raises(test_input[1]) as excinfo:
+ ansible_envsetup._generate_hostfile_via_installer()
+ assert expected in str(excinfo.value)
+
+
+def test_generate_hostfile_via_installer(monkeypatch, mocker, ansible_envsetup):
monkeypatch.setenv('INSTALLER_TYPE', 'fuel')
monkeypatch.setenv('INSTALLER_IP', '10.20.0.2')
- hostfile = tmpdir.mkdir('qtip').join('hosts')
- hostfile.write('')
- assert env.generate_host_file(str(hostfile))
+ mock_os = mocker.patch('os.system')
+ ansible_envsetup._generate_hostfile_via_installer()
+ assert mock_os.call_count == 1
+ assert ansible_envsetup.hostfile == env.HOST_FILE
-def test_generate_keypair():
- with mock.patch('os.system') as mock_os:
- env.generate_keypair()
- assert mock_os.call_count == 1
+def test_fetch_host_ip_from_hostfile(ansible_envsetup, hostfile):
+ ansible_envsetup.hostfile = str(hostfile)
+ ansible_envsetup.fetch_host_ip_from_hostfile()
+ assert ansible_envsetup.host_ip_list == ['10.20.0.3']
-def test_pass_keypair(monkeypatch):
- monkeypatch.setattr(time, 'sleep', lambda s: None)
- with mock.patch('os.system') as mock_os:
- env.pass_keypair('10.20.0.10')
- assert mock_os.call_count == 2
+def test_fetch_host_ip_from_empty_hostfile(ansible_envsetup, tmpdir):
+ empty_hostfile = tmpdir.join('empty_hostfile')
+ empty_hostfile.write("")
+ ansible_envsetup.hostfile = str(empty_hostfile)
+ with pytest.raises(ValueError) as excinfo:
+ ansible_envsetup.fetch_host_ip_from_hostfile()
+ assert str(excinfo.value) == "The hostfile doesn't include host ip addresses."
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize("ips, expected", [
+ (['10.20.0.3'], 1),
+ (['10.20.0.3', '10.20.0.4'], 2)
+])
+def test_check_hosts_ssh_connectivity(mocker, ansible_envsetup, ips, expected):
+ ansible_envsetup.host_ip_list = ips
+ mock_ssh_is_ok = \
+ mocker.patch.object(AnsibleEnvSetup, '_ssh_is_ok', return_value=True)
+ ansible_envsetup.check_hosts_ssh_connectivity()
+ assert mock_ssh_is_ok.call_count == expected
+
+
+def test_check_hosts_ssh_connectivity_failed(mocker, ansible_envsetup):
+ ansible_envsetup.host_ip_list = ['10.20.0.3']
+ mocker.patch.object(AnsibleEnvSetup, '_ssh_is_ok', return_value=False)
+ with pytest.raises(RuntimeError) as excinfo:
+ ansible_envsetup.check_hosts_ssh_connectivity()
+ assert "Failed on checking hosts ssh connectivity." == str(excinfo.value)
@pytest.mark.parametrize("stderrinfo, expected", [
('', True),
('sorry', False)
])
-@mock.patch('paramiko.SSHClient')
-def test_ssh_is_ok(mock_sshclient, stderrinfo, expected):
+def test_ssh_is_ok(mocker, ansible_envsetup, private_key, stderrinfo, expected):
stderr = mock.MagicMock()
stderr.readlines.return_value = stderrinfo
+ mock_sshclient = mocker.patch('paramiko.SSHClient')
test_ssh_client = mock_sshclient.return_value
test_ssh_client.exec_command.return_value = ('', '', stderr)
- result = env.ssh_is_ok('10.20.0.3')
+ result = ansible_envsetup._ssh_is_ok('10.20.0.3', str(private_key))
assert result == expected
test_ssh_client.connect.assert_called_once_with(
- '10.20.0.3', key_filename=env.PRIVATE_KEY)
+ '10.20.0.3', key_filename=str(private_key))
test_ssh_client.exec_command.assert_called_with('uname')
+
+
+@pytest.mark.parametrize("attempts, expected", [
+ (1,
+ 'Check hosts 10.20.0.3 ssh connectivity...\n1 times ssh test......failed.\n'),
+ (2,
+ 'Check hosts 10.20.0.3 ssh connectivity...\n'
+ '1 times ssh test......failed.\n'
+ '2 times ssh test......failed.\n')
+])
+def test_ssh_exception(capsys, monkeypatch, mocker, ansible_envsetup, attempts, expected):
+ monkeypatch.setattr(time, 'sleep', lambda s: None)
+ mock_sshclient = mocker.patch('paramiko.SSHClient')
+ test_ssh_client = mock_sshclient.return_value
+ test_ssh_client.exec_command.side_effect = socket.error()
+ result = ansible_envsetup._ssh_is_ok('10.20.0.3', str(private_key), attempts=attempts)
+ out, error = capsys.readouterr()
+ assert expected == out
+ assert result is False