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Tempest mail tool

Description

This is a tool to send mails to people interested in TripleO periodic jobs status.

Usage

tempestmail.py -c config.yaml --jobs periodic-tripleo-ci-centos-7-ovb-ha-tempest

Config file example

mail_username: username
mail_password: password
smtp_server: smtp.gmail.com:587
mail_from: username@gmail.com
template_path: template/
log_url: 'http://logs.openstack.org/periodic'
emails:
  - mail: 'arxcruz@gmail.com'
    name: 'Arx Cruz'
template: template.html
known_failures:
    - test: 'tempest.scenario.test_volume_boot_pattern.*'
      reason: 'http://bugzilla.redhat.com/1272289'
    - test: 'tempest.api.identity.*v3.*'
      reason: 'https://bugzilla.redhat.com/1266947'
    - test: '.*test_external_network_visibility'
      reason: 'https://bugs.launchpad.net/tripleo/+bug/1577769'

With this config file, the user will always get an email independent of the failed tempest test. You can also filter to receive the notification, only for a specific set of jobs. Doing so, the user will only receive an email when the job being executed matches with one in the jobs list:

mail_username: username
mail_password: password
smtp_server: smtp.gmail.com:587
mail_from: username@gmail.com
template_path: template/
log_url: 'http://logs.openstack.org/periodic'
emails:
  - mail: 'arxcruz@gmail.com'
    name: 'Arx Cruz'
    jobs:
      - gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-ovb-ha-oooq
      - gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-ovb-containers-oooq
template: template.html
known_failures:
    - test: 'tempest.scenario.test_volume_boot_pattern.*'
      reason: 'http://bugzilla.redhat.com/1272289'

In this case, the user will not receive the email if the job name is not gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-ovb-ha-oooq or gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-ovb-containers-oooq. You can also set a regular expression with the failure test you are interested. In this case, you will only receive the email, if the regex matches a test that fails for that particular job:

mail_username: username
mail_password: password
smtp_server: smtp.gmail.com:587
mail_from: username@gmail.com
template_path: template/
log_url: 'http://logs.openstack.org/periodic'
emails:
  - mail: 'arxcruz@gmail.com'
    name: 'Arx Cruz'
    jobs:
      - gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-ovb-ha-oooq
      - gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-ovb-containers-oooq
    regex:
      - 'tempest.api.object_storage.test_container_quotas.ContainerQuotasTest'
      - 'tempest.scenario.test_network_basic_ops.TestNetworkBasicOps.test_mtu_sized_frames'
template: template.html
known_failures:
    - test: 'tempest.scenario.test_volume_boot_pattern.*'
      reason: 'http://bugzilla.redhat.com/1272289'

In this example, the user will only receive an email if the job gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-ovb-ha-oooq or gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-ovb-containers-oooq has a test failure that matches the regex.

...
emails:
 - mail: fail1@example.com
   regex: '.*foo.*'
   topics: foo1
 - mail: fail1@example.com
   regex: '.*bar.*'
   topics: bar1
 - mail: fail2@example.com
   regex: '.*bar.*'
   topics: bar2,extra
...

if a jobs contains tests matching both 'foo' and 'bar', then:

  • fail1@ will receive an email '[foo1]...' and an email '[bar1]...'
  • fail2@ will receive an email '[bar2][extra]...'

So, the order is:

  1. If there's no jobs list the user will receive all the emails.
  2. If there's a jobs list the user will receive emails only for that jobs.
  3. If there's a regex the user will only receive emails when a regex matches.
  4. If there's a job list and a regex list the user will only receive an email when both matches.

HTML template example

Tempest mail uses Jinja2 to create templates in html, and it parses the following data to HTML (stored in the data dictionary)

  • run - Bool - Whether the job runs or not
  • date - String - In the format %Y-%m-%d %H:%M
  • link - String - Contain the log url
  • job - String - The job name
  • failed - List - List of tests that fails in string format
  • covered - List - List of tests covered in dictionary format, containing:
    • failure - String - Test name
    • reason - String - Reason of the failure
  • new - List - List of new failures
  • errors - List - Errors found in the log

An example of output of the data is showed below:

[
    {
        'errors': [],
        'run': True,
        'failed': [
            u'tempest.api.object_storage.test_container_quotas.ContainerQuotasTest.test_upload_too_many_objects',
            u'tempest.api.object_storage.test_container_quotas.ContainerQuotasTest.test_upload_valid_object'
        ],
        'job': 'periodic-tripleo-ci-centos-7-ovb-ha-tempest',
        'link': u'http://logs.openstack.org/periodic/periodic-tripleo-ci-centos-7-ovb-ha-tempest/1ce5e95/console.html',
        'covered': [],
        'date': datetime.datetime(2017, 1, 19, 8, 27),
        'new': [
            u'tempest.api.object_storage.test_container_quotas.ContainerQuotasTest.test_upload_too_many_objects',
            u'tempest.api.object_storage.test_container_quotas.ContainerQuotasTest.test_upload_valid_object'
        ]
    }
]

And here's an example you can use as email template:

<html>
    <head></head>
    <body>
        <p>Hello,</p>
        <p>Here's the result of the latest tempest run for job {{ data.get('job') }}.</p>
        <p>The job ran on {{ data.get('date') }}.</p>
        <p>For more details, you can check the URL: {{ data.get('link') }}
        {% if data.get('new') %}</p>
    <h2>New failures</h2>
    <ul>
    {% for fail in data.get('new') %}
        <li>{{ fail }}</li>
    {% endfor %}
    </ul>
    {% endif %}

    {% if data.get('covered') %}
    <h2>Known failures</h2>
    <ul>
    {% for fail in data.get('covered') %}
    <li>{{ fail.get('failure') }} - {{ fail.get('reason') }}</li>
    {% endfor %}
    </ul>
    {% endif %}
    </body>
</html>

Tests

[user@localhost tempestmail]$ python -m unittest discover -v