Commit dc9acdcc authored by Nicolas Wavrant's avatar Nicolas Wavrant

resiliencytestsuite: fix path of promise folders and try to test promises at a more stable moment

parent b1fadc16
......@@ -190,8 +190,15 @@ class ResiliencyTestSuite(object):
subprocess.Popen(command, stdout=devnull, stderr=devnull).wait()
success = self.checkDataOnCloneInstance()
if success:
return True
'Sleeping for %s seconds that new clone is set up.' % self.sleep_time_between_test
return success and self._testPromises()
return False
def _testPromises(self):
......@@ -200,7 +207,8 @@ class ResiliencyTestSuite(object):
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/'):
for promise_directory in glob.glob(
os.path.realpath(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(sys.argv[0]), '..', '..', '..', 'inst*', '*', 'etc', 'promise'))):"Testing promises of instance's directory : %s", promise_directory)
promise_list = os.listdir(promise_directory)
for promise in promise_list:
......@@ -236,16 +244,16 @@ 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) and self._testPromises()
return self._testClone(1)
#for i in range(2):
# success = self._testClone(1) and self._testPromises()
# success = self._testClone(1)
# if not success:
# return False
# Test each clone
while current_clone <= clone_count:
success = self._testClone(current_clone) and self._testPromises()
success = self._testClone(current_clone)
if not success:
return False
current_clone = current_clone + 1
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