Testinfra test your infrastructures
Latest commit 9907f76 Jan 13, 2017 @gbirke gbirke committed with Add sysinfo for macOS
When the uname comes back as "darwin", add info about distribution and
version, as provided by the "sw_ver" utility.

At the moment it's not possible without ugly hacks to provide the code
names (Tiger, Lion, Mavericks, etc).


Testinfra test your infrastructure

Latest documentation: https://testinfra.readthedocs.io/en/latest


With Testinfra you can write unit tests in Python to test actual state of your servers configured by managements tools like Salt, Ansible, Puppet, Chef and so on.

Testinfra aims to be a Serverspec equivalent in python and is written as a plugin to the powerful Pytest test engine

Quick start

Install testinfra using pip:

$ pip install testinfra

# or install the devel version
$ pip install 'git+https://github.com/philpep/testinfra@master#egg=testinfra'

Write your first tests file to test_myinfra.py:

def test_passwd_file(File):
    passwd = File("/etc/passwd")
    assert passwd.contains("root")
    assert passwd.user == "root"
    assert passwd.group == "root"
    assert passwd.mode == 0o644

def test_nginx_is_installed(Package):
    nginx = Package("nginx")
    assert nginx.is_installed
    assert nginx.version.startswith("1.2")

def test_nginx_running_and_enabled(Service):
    nginx = Service("nginx")
    assert nginx.is_running
    assert nginx.is_enabled

And run it:

$ testinfra -v test_myinfra.py

====================== test session starts ======================
platform linux -- Python 2.7.3 -- py-1.4.26 -- pytest-2.6.4
plugins: testinfra
collected 3 items

test_myinfra.py::test_passwd_file[local] PASSED
test_myinfra.py::test_nginx_is_installed[local] PASSED
test_myinfra.py::test_nginx_running_and_enabled[local] PASSED

=================== 3 passed in 0.66 seconds ====================