Commit d9d8dbc3 by Nicolas Wavrant

resiliencytest: resiliency process isn't OK if some promises fail

parent 0dc7caf5
......@@ -28,6 +28,7 @@
import slapos.slap
import glob
import logging
import os
import subprocess
......@@ -193,6 +194,25 @@ class ResiliencyTestSuite(object):
return True
return False
def _testPromises(self):
Run promises in all instances (export, PBS, import(s)) and
check their output. An error at any step of the resilience
should make at least one of the promises complain.
for promise_directory in glob.glob('../*/etc/promise/'):
promise_list = os.listdir(promise_directory)
for promise in promise_list:
# XXX: for the moment ignore monitor promises as they can never succeed
# in a testnode environment.
if 'monitor' in promise:
process = subprocess.check_output(os.path.join(promise_directory, promise))
except subprocess.CalledProcessError as e:
self.logger.error('ERROR : promise "%s" failed with output :\n%s', promise, e.output)
return False
def runTestSuite(self):
Generate data to send,
......@@ -213,16 +233,16 @@ class ResiliencyTestSuite(object):
# In case we have only one clone: test the takeover twice
# so that we test the reconstruction of a new clone.
if clone_count == 1:
return self._testClone(1)
return self._testClone(1) and self._testPromises()
#for i in range(2):
# success = self._testClone(1)
# success = self._testClone(1) and self._testPromises()
# if not success:
# return False
# Test each clone
while current_clone <= clone_count:
success = self._test_clone(current_clone)
success = self._testClone(current_clone) and self._testPromises()
if not success:
return False
current_clone = current_clone + 1
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