Source code for stestr.subunit_trace

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"""Trace a subunit stream in reasonable detail and high accuracy."""
import argparse
import functools
import os
import re
import sys

import pbr.version
import subunit
import testtools

from stestr import colorizer
from stestr import results

# NOTE(mtreinish) on python3 anydbm was renamed dbm and the python2 dbm module
# was renamed to dbm.ndbm, this block takes that into account
try:
    import anydbm as dbm
except ImportError:
    import dbm

DAY_SECONDS = 60 * 60 * 24
FAILS = []
RESULTS = {}


def total_seconds(timedelta):
    # NOTE(mtreinish): This method is built-in to the timedelta class in
    # python >= 2.7 it is here to enable it's use on older versions
    return ((timedelta.days * DAY_SECONDS + timedelta.seconds) * 10 ** 6 +
            timedelta.microseconds) / 10 ** 6


[docs]def cleanup_test_name(name, strip_tags=True, strip_scenarios=False): """Clean up the test name for display. By default we strip out the tags in the test because they don't help us in identifying the test that is run to it's result. Make it possible to strip out the testscenarios information (not to be confused with tempest scenarios) however that's often needed to indentify generated negative tests. """ if strip_tags: tags_start = name.find('[') tags_end = name.find(']') if tags_start > 0 and tags_end > tags_start: newname = name[:tags_start] newname += name[tags_end + 1:] name = newname if strip_scenarios: tags_start = name.find('(') tags_end = name.find(')') if tags_start > 0 and tags_end > tags_start: newname = name[:tags_start] newname += name[tags_end + 1:] name = newname return name
def get_duration(timestamps): start, end = timestamps if not start or not end: duration = '' else: delta = end - start duration = '%d.%06ds' % ( delta.days * DAY_SECONDS + delta.seconds, delta.microseconds) return duration
[docs]def find_worker(test): """Get the worker number. If there are no workers because we aren't in a concurrent environment, assume the worker number is 0. """ for tag in test['tags']: if tag.startswith('worker-'): return int(tag[7:]) return 0
# Print out stdout/stderr if it exists, always def find_test_run_time_diff(test_id, run_time): times_db_path = os.path.join(os.path.join(os.getcwd(), '.testrepository'), 'times.dbm') if os.path.isfile(times_db_path): try: test_times = dbm.open(times_db_path) except Exception: return False try: avg_runtime = float(test_times.get(str(test_id), False)) except Exception: try: avg_runtime = float(test_times[str(test_id)]) except Exception: avg_runtime = False if avg_runtime and avg_runtime > 0: run_time = float(run_time.rstrip('s')) perc_diff = ((run_time - avg_runtime) / avg_runtime) * 100 return perc_diff return False def show_outcome(stream, test, print_failures=False, failonly=False, enable_diff=False, threshold='0', abbreviate=False, enable_color=False, suppress_attachments=False, all_attachments=False, show_binary_attachments=True): global RESULTS status = test['status'] # TODO(sdague): ask lifeless why on this? if status == 'exists': return worker = find_worker(test) name = cleanup_test_name(test['id']) duration = get_duration(test['timestamps']) if worker not in RESULTS: RESULTS[worker] = [] RESULTS[worker].append(test) # don't count the end of the return code as a fail if name == 'process-returncode': return for color in [colorizer.AnsiColorizer, colorizer.NullColorizer]: if not enable_color: color = colorizer.NullColorizer(stream) break if color.supported(): color = color(stream) break if status == 'fail' or status == 'uxsuccess': FAILS.append(test) if abbreviate: color.write('F', 'red') else: stream.write('{{{}}} {} [{}] ... '.format( worker, name, duration)) color.write('FAILED', 'red') stream.write('\n') if not print_failures: print_attachments( stream, test, all_channels=True, show_binary_attachments=show_binary_attachments) elif not failonly: if status == 'success' or status == 'xfail': if abbreviate: color.write('.', 'green') else: out_string = '{{{}}} {} [{}'.format(worker, name, duration) perc_diff = find_test_run_time_diff(test['id'], duration) if enable_diff: if perc_diff and abs(perc_diff) >= abs(float(threshold)): if perc_diff > 0: out_string = out_string + ' +%.2f%%' % perc_diff else: out_string = out_string + ' %.2f%%' % perc_diff stream.write(out_string + '] ... ') color.write('ok', 'green') stream.write('\n') if not suppress_attachments: print_attachments( stream, test, all_channels=all_attachments, show_binary_attachments=show_binary_attachments) elif status == 'skip': if abbreviate: color.write('S', 'blue') else: reason = test['details'].get('reason', '') if reason: reason = ': ' + reason.as_text() stream.write('{{{}}} {} ... '.format( worker, name)) color.write('SKIPPED', 'blue') stream.write('%s' % (reason)) stream.write('\n') else: if abbreviate: stream.write('%s' % test['status'][0]) else: stream.write('{{{}}} {} [{}] ... {}\n'.format( worker, name, duration, test['status'])) if not print_failures: print_attachments( stream, test, all_channels=True, show_binary_attachments=show_binary_attachments) stream.flush() def count_tests(key, value): count = 0 for k, v in RESULTS.items(): for item in v: if key in item: if re.search(value, item[key]): count += 1 return count def get_stuck_in_progress(): key = 'status' match = re.compile('^inprogress$') in_progress = [] for k, v in RESULTS.items(): for item in v: if key in item: if match.search(item[key]): in_progress.append(item['id']) return in_progress def run_time(): runtime = 0.0 for k, v in RESULTS.items(): for test in v: test_dur = get_duration(test['timestamps']).strip('s') # NOTE(toabctl): get_duration() can return an empty string # which leads to a ValueError when casting to float if test_dur: runtime += float(test_dur) return runtime def worker_stats(worker): tests = RESULTS[worker] num_tests = len(tests) stop_time = tests[-1]['timestamps'][1] start_time = tests[0]['timestamps'][0] if not start_time or not stop_time: delta = 'N/A' else: delta = stop_time - start_time return num_tests, str(delta) def print_summary(stream, elapsed_time): stream.write("\n======\nTotals\n======\n") stream.write("Ran: {} tests in {:.4f} sec.\n".format( count_tests('status', '.*'), total_seconds(elapsed_time))) stream.write(" - Passed: %s\n" % count_tests('status', '^success$')) stream.write(" - Skipped: %s\n" % count_tests('status', '^skip$')) stream.write(" - Expected Fail: %s\n" % count_tests('status', '^xfail$')) stream.write(" - Unexpected Success: %s\n" % count_tests('status', '^uxsuccess$')) stream.write(" - Failed: %s\n" % count_tests('status', '^fail$')) stream.write("Sum of execute time for each test: %.4f sec.\n" % run_time()) # we could have no results, especially as we filter out the process-codes if RESULTS: stream.write("\n==============\nWorker Balance\n==============\n") for w in range(max(RESULTS.keys()) + 1): if w not in RESULTS: stream.write( " - WARNING: missing Worker %s!\n" % w) else: num, time = worker_stats(w) out_str = " - Worker {} ({} tests) => {}".format(w, num, time) if time.isdigit(): out_str += 's' out_str += '\n' stream.write(out_str) __version__ = pbr.version.VersionInfo('stestr').version_string() def parse_args(): parser = argparse.ArgumentParser() parser.add_argument('--version', action='version', version='%s' % __version__) parser.add_argument('--no-failure-debug', '-n', action='store_true', dest='print_failures', help='Disable printing failure ' 'debug information in realtime') parser.add_argument('--fails', '-f', action='store_true', dest='post_fails', help='Print failure debug ' 'information after the stream is proccesed') parser.add_argument('--failonly', action='store_true', dest='failonly', help="Don't print success items", default=( os.environ.get('TRACE_FAILONLY', False) is not False)) parser.add_argument('--abbreviate', '-a', action='store_true', dest='abbreviate', help='Print one character status' 'for each test') parser.add_argument('--perc-diff', '-d', action='store_true', dest='enable_diff', help="Print percent change in run time on each test ") parser.add_argument('--diff-threshold', '-t', dest='threshold', help="Threshold to use for displaying percent change " "from the avg run time. If one is not specified " "the percent change will always be displayed") parser.add_argument('--no-summary', action='store_true', help="Don't print the summary of the test run after " " completes") parser.add_argument('--color', action='store_true', help="Print results with colors") return parser.parse_args() def trace(stdin, stdout, print_failures=False, failonly=False, enable_diff=False, abbreviate=False, color=False, post_fails=False, no_summary=False, suppress_attachments=False, all_attachments=False, show_binary_attachments=False): stream = subunit.ByteStreamToStreamResult( stdin, non_subunit_name='stdout') outcomes = testtools.StreamToDict( functools.partial(show_outcome, stdout, print_failures=print_failures, failonly=failonly, enable_diff=enable_diff, abbreviate=abbreviate, enable_color=color, suppress_attachments=suppress_attachments, all_attachments=all_attachments, show_binary_attachments=show_binary_attachments)) summary = testtools.StreamSummary() result = testtools.CopyStreamResult([outcomes, summary]) result = testtools.StreamResultRouter(result) cat = subunit.test_results.CatFiles(stdout) result.add_rule(cat, 'test_id', test_id=None) result.startTestRun() try: stream.run(result) finally: result.stopTestRun() start_times = [] stop_times = [] for worker in RESULTS: start_times += [ x['timestamps'][0] for x in RESULTS[worker] if x['timestamps'][0] is not None] stop_times += [ x['timestamps'][1] for x in RESULTS[worker] if x['timestamps'][1] is not None] if not start_times: print("The test run didn't actually run any tests", file=sys.stderr) return 1 start_time = min(start_times) stop_time = max(stop_times) elapsed_time = stop_time - start_time if count_tests('status', '.*') == 0: print("The test run didn't actually run any tests", file=sys.stderr) return 1 if post_fails: print_fails(stdout) if not no_summary: print_summary(stdout, elapsed_time) # NOTE(mtreinish): Ideally this should live in testtools streamSummary # this is just in place until the behavior lands there (if it ever does) if count_tests('status', '^success$') == 0: print("\nNo tests were successful during the run", file=sys.stderr) return 1 in_progress = get_stuck_in_progress() if in_progress: print("\nThe following tests exited without returning a status\n" "and likely segfaulted or crashed Python:", file=sys.stderr) for test in in_progress: print("\n\t* %s" % test, file=sys.stderr) return 1 return 0 if results.wasSuccessful(summary) else 1 def main(): args = parse_args() exit(trace(sys.stdin, sys.stdout, args.print_failures, args.failonly, args.enable_diff, args.abbreviate, args.color, args.post_fails, args.no_summary)) if __name__ == '__main__': main()