Source code for object_storage.test_container_sync

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import time
from urllib import parse as urlparse

import testtools

from tempest.api.object_storage import base
from tempest import config
from tempest.lib.common.utils import data_utils
from tempest.lib import decorators

CONF = config.CONF


# This test can be quite long to run due to its
# dependency on container-sync process running interval.
# You can obviously reduce the container-sync interval in the
# container-server configuration.


[docs]class ContainerSyncTest(base.BaseObjectTest): """Test container synchronization""" credentials = [['operator', CONF.object_storage.operator_role], ['operator_alt', CONF.object_storage.operator_role]] @classmethod def setup_credentials(cls): super(ContainerSyncTest, cls).setup_credentials() cls.os_alt = cls.os_roles_operator_alt @classmethod def setup_clients(cls): super(ContainerSyncTest, cls).setup_clients() cls.object_client_alt = cls.os_alt.object_client cls.container_client_alt = cls.os_alt.container_client @classmethod def resource_setup(cls): super(ContainerSyncTest, cls).resource_setup() cls.containers = [] cls.objects = [] cls.clients = {} # Default container-server config only allows localhost cls.local_ip = '127.0.0.1' cls.local_ip_v6 = '[::1]' # Must be configure according to container-sync interval container_sync_timeout = CONF.object_storage.container_sync_timeout cls.container_sync_interval = \ CONF.object_storage.container_sync_interval cls.attempts = \ int(container_sync_timeout / cls.container_sync_interval) # define container and object clients cls.clients[data_utils.rand_name(name='TestContainerSync')] = \ (cls.container_client, cls.object_client) cls.clients[data_utils.rand_name(name='TestContainerSync')] = \ (cls.container_client_alt, cls.object_client_alt) for cont_name, client in cls.clients.items(): client[0].create_container(cont_name) cls.addClassResourceCleanup(base.delete_containers, cont_name, client[0], client[1]) cls.containers.append(cont_name) def _test_container_synchronization(self, make_headers): # container to container synchronization # to allow/accept sync requests to/from other accounts # turn container synchronization on and create object in container for cont in (self.containers, self.containers[::-1]): cont_client = [self.clients[c][0] for c in cont] obj_client = [self.clients[c][1] for c in cont] headers = make_headers(cont[1], cont_client[1]) cont_client[0].put(str(cont[0]), body=None, headers=headers) # create object in container object_name = data_utils.rand_name(name='TestSyncObject') data = object_name[::-1].encode() # Raw data, we need bytes obj_client[0].create_object(cont[0], object_name, data) self.objects.append(object_name) # wait until container contents list is not empty cont_client = [self.clients[c][0] for c in self.containers] params = {'format': 'json'} while self.attempts > 0: object_lists = [] for c_client, cont in zip(cont_client, self.containers): resp, object_list = c_client.list_container_objects( cont, params=params) object_lists.append(dict( (obj['name'], obj) for obj in object_list)) # check that containers are not empty and have equal keys() # or wait for next attempt if object_lists[0] and object_lists[1] and \ set(object_lists[0].keys()) == set(object_lists[1].keys()): break else: time.sleep(self.container_sync_interval) self.attempts -= 1 self.assertEqual(object_lists[0], object_lists[1], 'Different object lists in containers.') # Verify object content obj_clients = [(self.clients[c][1], c) for c in self.containers] for obj_client, cont in obj_clients: for obj_name in object_lists[0]: resp, object_content = obj_client.get_object(cont, obj_name) self.assertEqual(object_content, obj_name[::-1].encode())
[docs] @decorators.attr(type='slow') @decorators.unstable_test(bug='1317133') @decorators.idempotent_id('be008325-1bba-4925-b7dd-93b58f22ce9b') @testtools.skipIf( not CONF.object_storage_feature_enabled.container_sync, 'Old-style container sync function is disabled') def test_container_synchronization(self): """Test container synchronization""" def make_headers(cont, cont_client): # tell first container to synchronize to a second # use rsplit with a maxsplit of 1 to ensure ipv6 adresses are # handled properly as well client_proxy_ip = urlparse.urlparse( cont_client.base_url).netloc.rsplit(':', 1)[0] if client_proxy_ip.startswith("["): # lazy check client_base_url = \ cont_client.base_url.replace(client_proxy_ip, self.local_ip_v6) else: client_base_url = \ cont_client.base_url.replace(client_proxy_ip, self.local_ip) headers = {'X-Container-Sync-Key': 'sync_key', 'X-Container-Sync-To': "%s/%s" % (client_base_url, str(cont))} return headers self._test_container_synchronization(make_headers)