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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright (C) 2009-2010:
# Gabes Jean,
# Gerhard Lausser,
# This file is part of Shinken.
# Shinken is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
# Shinken is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# GNU Affero General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License
# along with Shinken. If not, see <>.
# This file is used to test reading and processing of config files
from shinken_test import *
#time.time = original_time_time
#time.sleep = original_time_sleep
from shinken.objects.timeperiod import Timeperiod
class TestMaintPeriod(ShinkenTest):
def setUp(self):
def test_check_defined_maintenance_period(self):
a_24_7 = self.sched.timeperiods.find_by_name("24x7")
print "Get the hosts and services"
test_router_0 = self.sched.hosts.find_by_name("test_router_0")
test_host_0 = self.sched.hosts.find_by_name("test_host_0")
test_nobody = self.sched.hosts.find_by_name("test_nobody")
svc1 ="test_host_0", "test_ok_0")
svc2 ="test_router_0", "test_ok_0")
svc3 ="test_nobody", "test_ok_0")
# Standard links
self.assert_(test_router_0.maintenance_period == a_24_7)
self.assert_(test_host_0.maintenance_period is None)
self.assert_(test_nobody.maintenance_period is None)
# Now inplicit inheritance
# This one is defined in the service conf
self.assert_(svc1.maintenance_period == a_24_7)
# And others are implicitly inherited
self.assert_(svc2.maintenance_period is a_24_7)
# This one got nothing :)
self.assert_(svc3.maintenance_period is None)
def test_check_enter_downtime(self):
test_router_0 = self.sched.hosts.find_by_name("test_router_0")
test_host_0 = self.sched.hosts.find_by_name("test_host_0")
test_nobody = self.sched.hosts.find_by_name("test_nobody")
svc1 ="test_host_0", "test_ok_0")
svc2 ="test_router_0", "test_ok_0")
svc3 ="test_nobody", "test_ok_0")
# we want to focus on only one maintenance
test_router_0.maintenance_period = None
test_host_0.maintenance_period = None
test_nobody.maintenance_period = None
svc1.maintenance_period = None
svc2.maintenance_period = None
# be sure we have some time before a new minute begins.
# otherwise we get a race condition and a failed test here.
now = time.time()
x = time.gmtime(now)
while x.tm_sec < 50:
now = time.time()
x = time.gmtime(now)
now = time.time()
print "now it is", time.asctime(time.localtime(now))
nowday = time.strftime("%A", time.localtime(now + 60)).lower()
soonstart = time.strftime("%H:%M", time.localtime(now + 60))
soonend = time.strftime("%H:%M", time.localtime(now + 180))
range = "%s %s-%s" % (nowday, soonstart, soonend)
print "range is ", range
t = Timeperiod()
t.timeperiod_name = ''
t.resolve_daterange(t.dateranges, range)
t_next = t.get_next_valid_time_from_t(now)
print "planned start", time.asctime(time.localtime(t_next))
t_next = t.get_next_invalid_time_from_t(t_next + 1)
print "planned stop ", time.asctime(time.localtime(t_next))
svc3.maintenance_period = t
self.assert_(not hasattr(svc3, 'in_maintenance'))
# now let the scheduler run and wait until the maintenance period begins
# it is now 10 seconds before the full minute. run for 30 seconds
# in 1-second-intervals. this should be enough to trigger the downtime
# in 10 seconds from now the downtime starts
print "scheduler_loop start", time.asctime()
self.scheduler_loop(30, [[svc3, 0, 'OK']], do_sleep=True, sleep_time=1)
print "scheduler_loop end ", time.asctime()
self.assert_(hasattr(svc3, 'in_maintenance'))
self.assert_(len(self.sched.downtimes) == 1)
print "........................................."
print self.sched.downtimes[1]
print "downtime starts", time.asctime(self.sched.downtimes[1].start_time)
print "downtime ends ", time.asctime(self.sched.downtimes[1].end_time)
print "looks like there is no downtime"
self.assert_(len(svc3.downtimes) == 1)
self.assert_(svc3.downtimes[0] in self.sched.downtimes.values())
self.assert_(not svc3.downtimes[0].can_be_deleted)
self.assert_(svc3.in_maintenance == svc3.downtimes[0].id)
# now the downtime should expire...
# we already have 20 seconds (after 10 seconds of startup).
# the downtime is 120 seconds long.
# run the remaining 100 seconds plus 5 seconds just to be sure
self.scheduler_loop(105, [[svc3, 0, 'OK']], do_sleep=True, sleep_time=1)
self.assert_(len(self.sched.downtimes) == 0)
self.assert_(len(svc3.downtimes) == 0)
self.assert_(not svc3.in_scheduled_downtime)
self.assert_(svc3.in_maintenance == False)
if __name__ == '__main__':
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