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# Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium 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 glob
import optparse
import os.path
import socket
import sys
import thread
import time
import urllib
# Allow the import of third party modules
script_dir = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__))
sys.path.insert(0, os.path.join(script_dir, '../../../../third_party/'))
sys.path.insert(0, os.path.join(script_dir, '../../../../tools/valgrind/'))
sys.path.insert(0, os.path.join(script_dir, '../../../../testing/'))
import browsertester.browserlauncher
import browsertester.rpclistener
import browsertester.server
import memcheck_analyze
import test_env
def BuildArgParser():
usage = 'usage: %prog [options]'
parser = optparse.OptionParser(usage)
parser.add_option('-p', '--port', dest='port', action='store', type='int',
default='0', help='The TCP port the server will bind to. '
'The default is to pick an unused port number.')
parser.add_option('--browser_path', dest='browser_path', action='store',
type='string', default=None,
help='Use the browser located here.')
parser.add_option('--map_file', dest='map_files', action='append',
type='string', nargs=2, default=[],
metavar='DEST SRC',
help='Add file SRC to be served from the HTTP server, '
'to be made visible under the path DEST.')
parser.add_option('--serving_dir', dest='serving_dirs', action='append',
type='string', default=[],
help='Add directory DIRNAME to be served from the HTTP '
'server to be made visible under the root.')
parser.add_option('--output_dir', dest='output_dir', action='store',
type='string', default=None,
help='Set directory DIRNAME to be the output directory '
'when POSTing data to the server. NOTE: if this flag is '
'not set, POSTs will fail.')
parser.add_option('--test_arg', dest='test_args', action='append',
type='string', nargs=2, default=[],
metavar='KEY VALUE',
help='Parameterize the test with a key/value pair.')
parser.add_option('--redirect_url', dest='map_redirects', action='append',
type='string', nargs=2, default=[],
metavar='DEST SRC',
help='Add a redirect to the HTTP server, '
'requests for SRC will result in a redirect (302) to DEST.')
parser.add_option('-f', '--file', dest='files', action='append',
type='string', default=[],
help='Add a file to serve from the HTTP server, to be '
'made visible in the root directory. '
'"--file path/to/foo.html" is equivalent to '
'"--map_file foo.html path/to/foo.html"')
parser.add_option('--mime_type', dest='mime_types', action='append',
type='string', nargs=2, default=[], metavar='DEST SRC',
help='Map file extension SRC to MIME type DEST when '
'serving it from the HTTP server.')
parser.add_option('-u', '--url', dest='url', action='store',
type='string', default=None,
help='The webpage to load.')
parser.add_option('--ppapi_plugin', dest='ppapi_plugin', action='store',
type='string', default=None,
help='Use the browser plugin located here.')
parser.add_option('--ppapi_plugin_mimetype', dest='ppapi_plugin_mimetype',
action='store', type='string', default='application/x-nacl',
help='Associate this mimetype with the browser plugin. '
'Unused if --ppapi_plugin is not specified.')
parser.add_option('--sel_ldr', dest='sel_ldr', action='store',
type='string', default=None,
help='Use the sel_ldr located here.')
parser.add_option('--sel_ldr_bootstrap', dest='sel_ldr_bootstrap',
action='store', type='string', default=None,
help='Use the bootstrap loader located here.')
parser.add_option('--irt_library', dest='irt_library', action='store',
type='string', default=None,
help='Use the integrated runtime (IRT) library '
'located here.')
parser.add_option('--interactive', dest='interactive', action='store_true',
default=False, help='Do not quit after testing is done. '
'Handy for iterative development. Disables timeout.')
parser.add_option('--debug', dest='debug', action='store_true', default=False,
help='Request debugging output from browser.')
parser.add_option('--timeout', dest='timeout', action='store', type='float',
help='The maximum amount of time to wait, in seconds, for '
'the browser to make a request. The timer resets with each '
parser.add_option('--hard_timeout', dest='hard_timeout', action='store',
type='float', default=None,
help='The maximum amount of time to wait, in seconds, for '
'the entire test. This will kill runaway tests. ')
parser.add_option('--allow_404', dest='allow_404', action='store_true',
help='Allow 404s to occur without failing the test.')
parser.add_option('-b', '--bandwidth', dest='bandwidth', action='store',
type='float', default='0.0',
help='The amount of bandwidth (megabits / second) to '
'simulate between the client and the server. This used for '
'replies with file payloads. All other responses are '
'assumed to be short. Bandwidth values <= 0.0 are assumed '
'to mean infinite bandwidth.')
parser.add_option('--extension', dest='browser_extensions', action='append',
type='string', default=[],
help='Load the browser extensions located at the list of '
'paths. Note: this currently only works with the Chrome '
parser.add_option('--tool', dest='tool', action='store',
type='string', default=None,
help='Run tests under a tool.')
parser.add_option('--browser_flag', dest='browser_flags', action='append',
type='string', default=[],
help='Additional flags for the chrome command.')
parser.add_option('--enable_ppapi_dev', dest='enable_ppapi_dev',
action='store', type='int', default=1,
help='Enable/disable PPAPI Dev interfaces while testing.')
parser.add_option('--nacl_exe_stdin', dest='nacl_exe_stdin',
type='string', default=None,
help='Redirect standard input of NaCl executable.')
parser.add_option('--nacl_exe_stdout', dest='nacl_exe_stdout',
type='string', default=None,
help='Redirect standard output of NaCl executable.')
parser.add_option('--nacl_exe_stderr', dest='nacl_exe_stderr',
type='string', default=None,
help='Redirect standard error of NaCl executable.')
help='Do not signal a failure if the browser process '
parser.add_option('--enable_crash_reporter', dest='enable_crash_reporter',
action='store_true', default=False,
help='Force crash reporting on.')
parser.add_option('--enable_sockets', dest='enable_sockets',
action='store_true', default=False,
help='Pass --allow-nacl-socket-api=<host> to Chrome, where '
'<host> is the name of the browser tester\'s web server.')
return parser
def ProcessToolLogs(options, logs_dir):
if options.tool == 'memcheck':
analyzer = memcheck_analyze.MemcheckAnalyzer('', use_gdb=True)
logs_wildcard = 'xml.*'
files = glob.glob(os.path.join(logs_dir, logs_wildcard))
retcode = analyzer.Report(files, options.url)
return retcode
# An exception that indicates possible flake.
class RetryTest(Exception):
def DumpNetLog(netlog):
if not os.path.isfile(netlog):
sys.stdout.write('Cannot find netlog, did Chrome actually launch?\n')
sys.stdout.write('Netlog exists (%d bytes).\n' % os.path.getsize(netlog))
sys.stdout.write('Dumping it to stdout.\n\n\n')
# Try to discover the real IP address of this machine. If we can't figure it
# out, fall back to localhost.
# A windows bug makes using the loopback interface flaky in rare cases.
def GetHostName():
host = 'localhost'
host = socket.gethostbyname(socket.gethostname())
except Exception:
if host == '':
host = 'localhost'
return host
def RunTestsOnce(url, options):
# Set the default here so we're assured hard_timeout will be defined.
# Tests, such as run_inbrowser_trusted_crash_in_startup_test, may not use the
# RunFromCommand line entry point - and otherwise get stuck in an infinite
# loop when something goes wrong and the hard timeout is not set.
if options.hard_timeout is None:
options.hard_timeout = options.timeout * 4
options.files.append(os.path.join(script_dir, 'browserdata', 'nacltest.js'))
# Setup the environment with the setuid sandbox path.
# Create server
host = GetHostName()
server = browsertester.server.Create(host, options.port)
except Exception:
sys.stdout.write('Could not bind %r, falling back to localhost.\n' % host)
server = browsertester.server.Create('localhost', options.port)
# If port 0 has been requested, an arbitrary port will be bound so we need to
# query it. Older version of Python do not set server_address correctly when
# The requested port is 0 so we need to break encapsulation and query the
# socket directly.
host, port = server.socket.getsockname()
file_mapping = dict(options.map_files)
for filename in options.files:
file_mapping[os.path.basename(filename)] = filename
for server_path, real_path in file_mapping.iteritems():
if not os.path.exists(real_path):
raise AssertionError('\'%s\' does not exist.' % real_path)
mime_types = {}
for ext, mime_type in options.mime_types:
mime_types['.' + ext] = mime_type
def ShutdownCallback():
close_browser = options.tool is not None and not options.interactive
return close_browser
listener = browsertester.rpclistener.RPCListener(ShutdownCallback)
browser = browsertester.browserlauncher.ChromeLauncher(options)
full_url = 'http://%s:%d/%s' % (host, port, url)
if len(options.test_args) > 0:
full_url += '?' + urllib.urlencode(options.test_args)
browser.Run(full_url, host, port)
# In Python 2.5, server.handle_request may block indefinitely. Serving pages
# is done in its own thread so the main thread can time out as needed.
def Serve():
while server.test_in_progress or options.interactive:
thread.start_new_thread(Serve, ())
tool_failed = False
time_started = time.time()
def HardTimeout(total_time):
return total_time >= 0.0 and time.time() - time_started >= total_time
while server.test_in_progress or options.interactive:
if not browser.IsRunning():
if options.expect_browser_process_crash:
listener.ServerError('Browser process ended during test '
'(return code %r)' % browser.GetReturnCode())
# If Chrome exits prematurely without making a single request to the
# web server, this is probally a Chrome crash-on-launch bug not related
# to the test at hand. Retry, unless we're in interactive mode. In
# interactive mode the user may manually close the browser, so don't
# retry (it would just be annoying.)
if not server.received_request and not options.interactive:
raise RetryTest('Chrome failed to launch.')
elif not options.interactive and server.TimedOut(options.timeout):
js_time = server.TimeSinceJSHeartbeat()
err = 'Did not hear from the test for %.1f seconds.' % options.timeout
err += '\nHeard from Javascript %.1f seconds ago.' % js_time
if js_time > 2.0:
err += '\nThe renderer probably hung or crashed.'
err += '\nThe test probably did not get a callback that it expected.'
if not server.received_request:
raise RetryTest('Chrome hung before running the test.')
elif not options.interactive and HardTimeout(options.hard_timeout):
listener.ServerError('The test took over %.1f seconds. This is '
'probably a runaway test.' % options.hard_timeout)
# If Python 2.5 support is dropped, stick server.handle_request() here.
if options.tool:
sys.stdout.write('##################### Waiting for the tool to exit\n')
sys.stdout.write('##################### Processing tool logs\n')
tool_failed = ProcessToolLogs(options, browser.tool_log_dir)
if listener.ever_failed and not options.interactive:
if not server.received_request:
sys.stdout.write('\nNo URLs were served by the test runner. It is '
'unlikely this test failure has anything to do with '
'this particular test.\n')
except Exception:
listener.ever_failed = 1
# Try to let the browser clean itself up normally before killing it.
sys.stdout.write('##################### Terminating the browser\n')
if browser.IsRunning():
sys.stdout.write('##################### TERM failed, KILLING\n')
# Always call Cleanup; it kills the process, but also removes the
# user-data-dir.
# We avoid calling server.server_close() here because it causes
# the HTTP server thread to exit uncleanly with an EBADF error,
# which adds noise to the logs (though it does not cause the test
# to fail). server_close() does not attempt to tell the server
# loop to shut down before closing the socket FD it is
# select()ing. Since we are about to exit, we don't really need
# to close the socket FD.
if tool_failed:
return 2
elif listener.ever_failed:
return 1
return 0
# This is an entrypoint for tests that treat the browser tester as a Python
# library rather than an opaque script.
# (e.g. run_inbrowser_trusted_crash_in_startup_test)
def Run(url, options):
result = 1
attempt = 1
while True:
result = RunTestsOnce(url, options)
if result:
# Currently (2013/11/15) nacl_integration is fairly flaky and there is
# not enough time to look into it. Retry if the test fails for any
# reason. Note that in general this test runner tries to only retry
# when a known flake is encountered. (See the other raise
# RetryTest(..)s in this file.) This blanket retry means that those
# other cases could be removed without changing the behavior of the test
# runner, but it is hoped that this blanket retry will eventually be
# unnecessary and subsequently removed. The more precise retries have
# been left in place to preserve the knowledge.
raise RetryTest('HACK retrying failed test.')
except RetryTest:
# Only retry once.
if attempt < 2:
sys.stdout.write('WARNING: suspected flake, retrying test!\n\n')
attempt += 1
sys.stdout.write('\nWARNING: failed too many times, not retrying.\n\n')
result = 1
return result
def RunFromCommandLine():
parser = BuildArgParser()
options, args = parser.parse_args()
if len(args) != 0:
print args
parser.error('Invalid arguments')
# Validate the URL
url = options.url
if url is None:
parser.error('Must specify a URL')
return Run(url, options)
if __name__ == '__main__':