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# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at
import inspect
import httplib
import oauth2 as oauth
import time
import urllib
from copy import deepcopy
from urlparse import urlparse
import json
except ImportError:
import simplejson as json
class DatazillaResult(object):
A helper class for managing testsuites and their test results.
Currently, the results are a dictionary of
{"testsuite":{"testname":[values], ...}}
Each suite may also have an options dictionary
def __init__(self, results=None, results_aux=None, options=None):
self.results = results or {}
self.results_aux = results_aux or {}
self.options = options or {}
def add_testsuite(self, suite_name, results=None, results_aux=None, options=None):
"""Add a testsuite of {"testname":[values],...} to the results."""
self.results[suite_name] = results or {}
self.results_aux[suite_name] = results_aux or {}
self.options[suite_name] = options or {}
def add_test_results(self, suite_name, test_name, values):
"""Add a list of result values to the given testsuite/testname pair."""
suite = self.results.setdefault(suite_name, {})
suite.setdefault(test_name, []).extend(values)
def add_auxiliary_results(self, suite_name, results_name, values):
"""Add auxiliary results for a test suite"""
suite = self.results_aux.setdefault(suite_name, {})
suite.setdefault(results_name, []).extend(values)
def join_results(self, results):
"""merge an existing DatazillaResult instance with this one"""
for suite_name, tests in results.results.items():
suite = self.results.setdefault(suite_name, {})
for test_name, values in tests.items():
suite.setdefault(test_name, []).extend(values)
for suite_name, results_aux in results.results_aux.items():
suite = self.results_aux.setdefault(suite_name, {})
for results_name, values in results_aux.items():
suite.setdefault(results_name, []).extend(values)
for suite_name, options in results.options.items():
self.options.setdefault(suite_name, {}).update(options)
class DatazillaResultsCollection(object):
"""DatazillaResultsCollection manages test information and serialization to JSON"""
def __init__(self, machine_name="", os="", os_version="", platform="",
build_name="", version="", revision="", branch="", id="",
- machine_name: host name of the test machine
- os: name of the os of the test machine ('linux', 'win', 'mac')
- os_version: long string of os version
- platform: processor name, e.g. x86_64
- build_name: name of the product under test, e.g. Firefox
- version: version of the product under test
- revision: source stamp of the product, if available
- branch: branch of the product under test
- id: the build ID for which the dzresults are for; a unique identifier to which these results belong
- test_date: time stamp (seconds since epoch) of the test run, or now if not specified
self.machine_name = machine_name
self.os = os
self.os_version = os_version
self.platform = platform
self.build_name = build_name
self.version = version
self.revision = revision
self.branch = branch = id
if test_date is None:
test_date = int(time.time())
self.test_date = test_date
self.results = DatazillaResult()
def add_datazilla_result(self, res):
"""Join a DatazillaResult object to the results."""
def datasets(self):
"""Return the datasets in JSON serializable form"""
perf_json = {
'test_machine' : {
'name': self.machine_name,
'os' : self.os,
'osversion': self.os_version,
'platform': self.platform
'test_build' : {
'name': self.build_name,
'version': self.version,
'revision': self.revision[:16],
'branch': self.branch,
'testrun' : {
'date': self.test_date,
datasets = []
for suite, data in self.results.results.items():
dataset = deepcopy(perf_json)
dataset['testrun']['suite'] = suite
dataset['results'] = deepcopy(data)
options = self.results.options.get(suite)
if options:
dataset['testrun']['options'] = deepcopy(options)
results_aux = self.results.results_aux.get(suite)
if results_aux:
dataset['results_aux'] = deepcopy(results_aux)
return datasets
class DatazillaRequest(DatazillaResultsCollection):
Datazilla request object that manages test submission.
Note that the revision id can be 16 characters, maximum.
protocols = set(['http', 'https']) # supported protocols
def create(cls, protocol, host, project, oauth_key,
oauth_secret, collection):
"""create a DatazillaRequest instance from a results collection"""
# get attributes from the collection
attributes, _, _, _ = inspect.getargspec(DatazillaResultsCollection.__init__)
attributes = attributes[1:] # remove `self`
kw = dict([(i, getattr(collection, i))
for i in attributes])
# create the instance
instance = cls(protocol, host, project, oauth_key, oauth_secret, **kw)
# add the results
return instance
def __init__(self, protocol, host, project, oauth_key, oauth_secret, **kw):
- host : datazilla host to post to
- project : name of the project in datazilla: http://host/project
- oauth_key, oauth_secret : oauth credentials
- **kw : arguments to DatazillaResultsCollection.__init__
""" = host
self.project = project
self.oauth_key = oauth_key
self.oauth_secret = oauth_secret
if protocol not in self.protocols:
raise AssertionError("Protocol '%s' not supported; please use one of %s" %
(protocol, ', '.join(self.protocols)))
self.protocol = protocol
DatazillaResultsCollection.__init__(self, **kw)
def submit(self):
"""Submit test data to datazilla server, return list of responses."""
responses = []
for dataset in self.datasets():
return responses
def send(self, dataset):
"""Send given dataset to server; returns httplib Response."""
path = "/%s/api/load_test" % (self.project)
uri = "%s://%s%s" % (self.protocol,, path)
user = self.project
params = {
'data': urllib.quote(json.dumps(dataset)),
use_oauth = bool(self.oauth_key and self.oauth_secret)
if use_oauth:
params.update({'user': user,
'oauth_version': "1.0",
'oauth_nonce': oauth.generate_nonce(),
'oauth_timestamp': int(time.time())})
# There is no requirement for the token in two-legged
# OAuth but we still need the token object.
token = oauth.Token(key="", secret="")
consumer = oauth.Consumer(key=self.oauth_key, secret=self.oauth_secret)
params['oauth_token'] = token.key
params['oauth_consumer_key'] = consumer.key
req = oauth.Request(method="POST", url=uri, parameters=params)
except AssertionError, e:
print 'uri: %s' % uri
print 'params: %s' % params
# Set the signature
signature_method = oauth.SignatureMethod_HMAC_SHA1()
# Sign the request
req.sign_request(signature_method, consumer, token)
body = req.to_postdata()
body = urllib.urlencode(params)
# Build the header
header = {'Content-type': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded'}
# Make the POST request
conn = None
if self.protocol == 'http':
conn = httplib.HTTPConnection(
conn = httplib.HTTPSConnection(
conn.request("POST", path, body, header)
return conn.getresponse()
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