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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
import threading
import socket
import time
import pytest
import requests
from tests.testserver.server import Server
class TestTestServer:
def test_basic(self):
"""messages are sent and received properly"""
question = b"success?"
answer = b"yeah, success"
def handler(sock):
text = sock.recv(1000)
assert text == question
sock.sendall(answer)
with Server(handler) as (host, port):
sock = socket.socket()
sock.connect((host, port))
sock.sendall(question)
text = sock.recv(1000)
assert text == answer
sock.close()
def test_server_closes(self):
"""the server closes when leaving the context manager"""
with Server.basic_response_server() as (host, port):
sock = socket.socket()
sock.connect((host, port))
sock.close()
with pytest.raises(socket.error):
new_sock = socket.socket()
new_sock.connect((host, port))
def test_text_response(self):
"""the text_response_server sends the given text"""
server = Server.text_response_server(
"HTTP/1.1 200 OK\r\n" +
"Content-Length: 6\r\n" +
"\r\nroflol"
)
with server as (host, port):
r = requests.get('http://{0}:{1}'.format(host, port))
assert r.status_code == 200
assert r.text == u'roflol'
assert r.headers['Content-Length'] == '6'
def test_basic_response(self):
"""the basic response server returns an empty http response"""
with Server.basic_response_server() as (host, port):
r = requests.get('http://{0}:{1}'.format(host, port))
assert r.status_code == 200
assert r.text == u''
assert r.headers['Content-Length'] == '0'
def test_basic_waiting_server(self):
"""the server waits for the block_server event to be set before closing"""
block_server = threading.Event()
with Server.basic_response_server(wait_to_close_event=block_server) as (host, port):
sock = socket.socket()
sock.connect((host, port))
sock.sendall(b'send something')
time.sleep(2.5)
sock.sendall(b'still alive')
block_server.set() # release server block
def test_multiple_requests(self):
"""multiple requests can be served"""
requests_to_handle = 5
server = Server.basic_response_server(requests_to_handle=requests_to_handle)
with server as (host, port):
server_url = 'http://{0}:{1}'.format(host, port)
for _ in range(requests_to_handle):
r = requests.get(server_url)
assert r.status_code == 200
# the (n+1)th request fails
with pytest.raises(requests.exceptions.ConnectionError):
r = requests.get(server_url)
@pytest.mark.skip(reason="this fails non-deterministically under pytest-xdist")
def test_request_recovery(self):
"""can check the requests content"""
# TODO: figure out why this sometimes fails when using pytest-xdist.
server = Server.basic_response_server(requests_to_handle=2)
first_request = b'put your hands up in the air'
second_request = b'put your hand down in the floor'
with server as address:
sock1 = socket.socket()
sock2 = socket.socket()
sock1.connect(address)
sock1.sendall(first_request)
sock1.close()
sock2.connect(address)
sock2.sendall(second_request)
sock2.close()
assert server.handler_results[0] == first_request
assert server.handler_results[1] == second_request
def test_requests_after_timeout_are_not_received(self):
"""the basic response handler times out when receiving requests"""
server = Server.basic_response_server(request_timeout=1)
with server as address:
sock = socket.socket()
sock.connect(address)
time.sleep(1.5)
sock.sendall(b'hehehe, not received')
sock.close()
assert server.handler_results[0] == b''
def test_request_recovery_with_bigger_timeout(self):
"""a biggest timeout can be specified"""
server = Server.basic_response_server(request_timeout=3)
data = b'bananadine'
with server as address:
sock = socket.socket()
sock.connect(address)
time.sleep(1.5)
sock.sendall(data)
sock.close()
assert server.handler_results[0] == data
def test_server_finishes_on_error(self):
"""the server thread exits even if an exception exits the context manager"""
server = Server.basic_response_server()
with pytest.raises(Exception):
with server:
raise Exception()
assert len(server.handler_results) == 0
# if the server thread fails to finish, the test suite will hang
# and get killed by the jenkins timeout.
def test_server_finishes_when_no_connections(self):
"""the server thread exits even if there are no connections"""
server = Server.basic_response_server()
with server:
pass
assert len(server.handler_results) == 0
# if the server thread fails to finish, the test suite will hang
# and get killed by the jenkins timeout.