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# This file is part of Buildbot. Buildbot is free software: you can
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#
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# details.
#
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# this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51
# Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
#
# Copyright Buildbot Team Members
import locale
import os
import shutil
import sqlite3
import tarfile
import migrate
import migrate.versioning.api
from sqlalchemy.engine import reflection
from sqlalchemy.exc import DatabaseError
from twisted.internet import defer
from twisted.python import util
from twisted.trial import unittest
from buildbot.db import connector
from buildbot.db.model import EightUpgradeError
from buildbot.test.fake import fakemaster
from buildbot.test.util import db
from buildbot.test.util import querylog
from buildbot.test.util.misc import TestReactorMixin
class UpgradeTestMixin(db.RealDatabaseMixin, TestReactorMixin):
"""Supporting code to test upgrading from older versions by untarring a
basedir tarball and then checking that the results are as expected."""
# class variables to set in subclasses
# filename of the tarball (sibling to this file)
source_tarball = None
# set to true in subclasses to set up and use a real DB
use_real_db = False
# db URL to use, if not using a real db
db_url = "sqlite:///state.sqlite"
# these tests take a long time on platforms where sqlite is slow
# (e.g., lion, see #2256)
timeout = 1200
@defer.inlineCallbacks
def setUpUpgradeTest(self):
# set up the "real" db if desired
if self.use_real_db:
# note this changes self.db_url
yield self.setUpRealDatabase(sqlite_memory=False)
self.basedir = None
if self.source_tarball:
tarball = util.sibpath(__file__, self.source_tarball)
if not os.path.exists(tarball):
raise unittest.SkipTest(
"'%s' not found (normal when not building from Git)"
% tarball)
tf = tarfile.open(tarball)
prefixes = set()
for inf in tf:
tf.extract(inf)
prefixes.add(inf.name.split('/', 1)[0])
tf.close()
# (note that tf.extractall isn't available in py2.4)
# get the top-level dir from the tarball
assert len(prefixes) == 1, "tarball has multiple top-level dirs!"
self.basedir = prefixes.pop()
else:
if not os.path.exists("basedir"):
os.makedirs("basedir")
self.basedir = os.path.abspath("basedir")
self.master = master = fakemaster.make_master(self)
master.config.db['db_url'] = self.db_url
self.db = connector.DBConnector(self.basedir)
self.db.setServiceParent(master)
yield self.db.setup(check_version=False)
self._sql_log_handler = querylog.start_log_queries()
@defer.inlineCallbacks
def tearDownUpgradeTest(self):
querylog.stop_log_queries(self._sql_log_handler)
if self.use_real_db:
yield self.tearDownRealDatabase()
if self.basedir:
shutil.rmtree(self.basedir)
# save subclasses the trouble of calling our setUp and tearDown methods
def setUp(self):
self.setUpTestReactor()
return self.setUpUpgradeTest()
def tearDown(self):
return self.tearDownUpgradeTest()
def assertModelMatches(self):
def comp(engine):
# use compare_model_to_db, which gets everything but foreign
# keys and indexes
diff = migrate.versioning.api.compare_model_to_db(
engine,
self.db.model.repo_path,
self.db.model.metadata)
if diff:
return diff
# check indexes manually
insp = reflection.Inspector.from_engine(engine)
# unique, name, column_names
diff = []
for tbl in self.db.model.metadata.sorted_tables:
exp = sorted([
dict(name=idx.name,
unique=idx.unique and 1 or 0,
column_names=sorted([c.name for c in idx.columns]))
for idx in tbl.indexes], key=lambda x: x['name'])
# include implied indexes on postgres and mysql
if engine.dialect.name == 'mysql':
implied = [idx for (tname, idx)
in self.db.model.implied_indexes
if tname == tbl.name]
exp = sorted(exp + implied, key=lambda k: k["name"])
got = sorted(insp.get_indexes(tbl.name),
key=lambda x: x['name'])
if exp != got:
got_names = {idx['name'] for idx in got}
exp_names = {idx['name'] for idx in exp}
got_info = dict((idx['name'], idx) for idx in got)
exp_info = dict((idx['name'], idx) for idx in exp)
for name in got_names - exp_names:
diff.append("got unexpected index %s on table %s: %r"
% (name, tbl.name, got_info[name]))
for name in exp_names - got_names:
diff.append("missing index %s on table %s"
% (name, tbl.name))
for name in got_names & exp_names:
gi = dict(name=name,
unique=got_info[name]['unique'] and 1 or 0,
column_names=sorted(got_info[name]['column_names']))
ei = exp_info[name]
if gi != ei:
diff.append(
"index %s on table %s differs: got %s; exp %s"
% (name, tbl.name, gi, ei))
if diff:
return "\n".join(diff)
d = self.db.pool.do_with_engine(comp)
# older sqlites cause failures in reflection, which manifest as a
# TypeError. Reflection is only used for tests, so we can just skip
# this test on such platforms. We still get the advantage of trying
# the upgrade, at any rate.
@d.addErrback
def catch_TypeError(f):
f.trap(TypeError)
raise unittest.SkipTest("model comparison skipped: bugs in schema "
"reflection on this sqlite version")
@d.addCallback
def check(diff):
if diff:
self.fail("\n" + str(diff))
return d
def gotError(self, e):
e.trap(sqlite3.DatabaseError, DatabaseError)
if "file is encrypted or is not a database" in str(e):
self.flushLoggedErrors(sqlite3.DatabaseError)
self.flushLoggedErrors(DatabaseError)
raise unittest.SkipTest(
"sqlite dump not readable on this machine %s"
% str(e))
return e
def do_test_upgrade(self, pre_callbacks=None):
if pre_callbacks is None:
pre_callbacks = []
d = defer.succeed(None)
for cb in pre_callbacks:
d.addCallback(cb)
d.addCallback(lambda _: self.db.model.upgrade())
d.addErrback(self.gotError)
d.addCallback(lambda _: self.db.pool.do(self.verify_thd))
d.addCallback(lambda _: self.assertModelMatches())
return d
class UpgradeTestEmpty(UpgradeTestMixin, unittest.TestCase):
use_real_db = True
def test_emptydb_modelmatches(self):
os_encoding = locale.getpreferredencoding()
try:
'\N{SNOWMAN}'.encode(os_encoding)
except UnicodeEncodeError:
# Default encoding of Windows console is 'cp1252'
# which cannot encode the snowman.
raise(unittest.SkipTest("Cannot encode weird unicode "
"on this platform with {}".format(os_encoding)))
d = self.db.model.upgrade()
d.addCallback(lambda r: self.assertModelMatches())
return d
class UpgradeTestV090b4(UpgradeTestMixin, unittest.TestCase):
source_tarball = "v090b4.tgz"
def test_upgrade(self):
return self.do_test_upgrade()
def verify_thd(self, conn):
pass
def test_gotError(self):
def upgrade():
return defer.fail(sqlite3.DatabaseError('file is encrypted or is not a database'))
self.db.model.upgrade = upgrade
self.failureResultOf(self.do_test_upgrade(), unittest.SkipTest)
def test_gotError2(self):
def upgrade():
return defer.fail(DatabaseError('file is encrypted or is not a database', None, None))
self.db.model.upgrade = upgrade
self.failureResultOf(self.do_test_upgrade(), unittest.SkipTest)
class UpgradeTestV087p1(UpgradeTestMixin, unittest.TestCase):
source_tarball = "v087p1.tgz"
def gotError(self, e):
self.flushLoggedErrors(EightUpgradeError)
def verify_thd(self, conn):
"partially verify the contents of the db - run in a thread"
r = conn.execute("select version from migrate_version limit 1")
version = r.scalar()
self.assertEqual(version, 22)
def assertModelMatches(self):
pass
def test_upgrade(self):
return self.do_test_upgrade()
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