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# Copyright 2015 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.
"""Utility script to run chromoting test driver tests on the Chromoting bot."""
import argparse
from chromoting_test_utilities import GetJidFromHostLog
from chromoting_test_utilities import InitialiseTestMachineForLinux
from chromoting_test_utilities import MAX_RETRIES
from chromoting_test_utilities import PrintHostLogContents
from chromoting_test_utilities import PROD_DIR_ID
from chromoting_test_utilities import RunCommandInSubProcess
from chromoting_test_utilities import TestCaseSetup
from chromoting_test_utilities import TestMachineCleanup
TEST_ENVIRONMENT_TEAR_DOWN_INDICATOR = 'Global test environment tear-down'
def LaunchCTDCommand(args, command):
"""Launches the specified chromoting test driver command.
args: Command line args, used for test-case startup tasks.
command: Chromoting Test Driver command line.
command, host_log_file_names: Tuple of:
"command" if there was a test-environment failure, or any failing test, and
list of host-log file-names.
host_log_file_names = []
# Parse the me2me host log to obtain the JID that the host registered.
host_jid = GetJidFromHostLog(host_log_file_names[-1])
if not host_jid:
# Host-JID not found in log. Let's not attempt to run this test.
print 'Host-JID not found in log %s.' % host_log_file_names[-1]
return '[Command failed]: %s, %s' % (command, host_log_file_names)
retries = 0
failed_tests_list = []
# TODO(anandc): Remove this retry-logic once http://crbug/570840 is fixed.
while retries <= MAX_RETRIES:
# In order to ensure the host is online with the expected JID, pass in the
# jid obtained from the host-log as a command-line parameter.
command = command.replace('\n', '') + ' --hostjid=%s' % host_jid
results = RunCommandInSubProcess(command)
tear_down_index = results.find(TEST_ENVIRONMENT_TEAR_DOWN_INDICATOR)
if tear_down_index == -1:
# The test environment did not tear down. Something went horribly wrong.
return '[Command failed]: ' + command, host_log_file_names
end_results_list = results[tear_down_index:].split('\n')
test_failed = False
for result in end_results_list:
if result.startswith(FAILED_INDICATOR):
test_failed = True
if retries == MAX_RETRIES:
# Test failed and we have no more retries left.
if test_failed:
retries += 1
if failed_tests_list:
test_result = '[Command]: ' + command
# Note: Skipping the first one is intentional.
for i in range(1, len(failed_tests_list)):
test_result += ' ' + failed_tests_list[i]
return test_result, host_log_file_names
# All tests passed!
return '', host_log_file_names
def main(args):
failed_tests = ''
host_log_files = []
with open(args.commands_file) as f:
for line in f:
# Replace the PROD_DIR value in the command-line with
# the passed in value.
line = line.replace(PROD_DIR_ID, args.prod_dir)
# Launch specified command line for test.
test_results, log_files = LaunchCTDCommand(args, line)
failed_tests += test_results
# All tests completed. Include host-logs in the test results.
return failed_tests, host_log_files
if __name__ == '__main__':
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
parser.add_argument('-f', '--commands_file',
help='path to file listing commands to be launched.')
parser.add_argument('-p', '--prod_dir',
help='path to folder having product and test binaries.')
parser.add_argument('-c', '--cfg_file',
help='path to test host config file.')
help='path to me2me host manifest file.')
help='path to it2me host manifest file.')
'-u', '--user_profile_dir',
help='path to user-profile-dir, used by connect-to-host tests.')
command_line_args = parser.parse_args()
host_logs = ''
failing_tests = ''
failing_tests, host_logs = main(command_line_args)
if failing_tests:
print '++++++++++FAILED TESTS++++++++++'
print failing_tests.rstrip('\n')
print '++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++'
raise Exception('At least one test failed.')
# Stop host and cleanup user-profile-dir.
TestMachineCleanup(command_line_args.user_profile_dir, host_logs)