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  1. README.md
  2. crlserver.sh
  3. devserver.sh
  4. include.sh
  5. run_test.sh
tokenserver/testing/README.md

The token server <-> client semi-manual integration test

This test sets up and configures local instance of the token server and tests that clients are able to use it.

Prerequisites:

  • Some Cloud Project that will host service account. You must have “Editor” and “Service account actor” roles in this project, and Cloud IAM API must be enabled. The test will create luci-token-server-test-1 service account belonging to this project.
  • gcloud tool, with you authenticated (via gcloud init). It magically enables GAE dev server to use real OAuth tokens (belonging to your account) when making URL fetch calls (in particular to Cloud IAM).
  • $GOROOT and $GOPATH properly configured, $GOBIN in $PATH.
  • openssl tool available in $PATH.
  • gae.py tool available in $PATH.

How to run the test:

  1. Open a terminal tab, run devserver.sh. It will start the token server.
  2. In another tab run clrserver.sh. It will start a server that serves CRLs.
  3. Finally, in the main tab run run_test.sh to execute the actual test.

Keeping other two services in separate tabs is helpful for two reasons:

  • You can investigate the state of the server using RPC explorer in the browser.
  • Starting and killing background devappserver in a script is surprisingly difficult task. Ctrl+C in a tab seems to do the trick more reliably.