Source code for volume.test_volumes_snapshots

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import testtools
from testtools import matchers

from tempest.api.volume import base
from tempest.common import utils
from tempest.common import waiters
from tempest import config
from tempest.lib.common.utils import data_utils
from tempest.lib import decorators
from tempest.lib import exceptions as lib_exc

CONF = config.CONF


[docs]class VolumesSnapshotTestJSON(base.BaseVolumeTest): """Test volume snapshots""" create_default_network = True @classmethod def skip_checks(cls): super(VolumesSnapshotTestJSON, cls).skip_checks() if not CONF.volume_feature_enabled.snapshot: raise cls.skipException("Cinder volume snapshots are disabled") @classmethod def resource_setup(cls): super(VolumesSnapshotTestJSON, cls).resource_setup() cls.volume_origin = cls.create_volume()
[docs] @decorators.idempotent_id('8567b54c-4455-446d-a1cf-651ddeaa3ff2') @utils.services('compute') def test_snapshot_create_delete_with_volume_in_use(self): """Test create/delete snapshot from volume attached to server""" # Create a test instance server = self.create_server() # NOTE(zhufl) Here we create volume from self.image_ref for adding # coverage for "creating snapshot from non-blank volume". volume = self.create_volume(imageRef=self.image_ref) self.attach_volume(server['id'], volume['id']) # Snapshot a volume which attached to an instance with force=False self.assertRaises(lib_exc.BadRequest, self.create_snapshot, volume['id'], force=False) # Snapshot a volume attached to an instance snapshot1 = self.create_snapshot(volume['id'], force=True) snapshot2 = self.create_snapshot(volume['id'], force=True) snapshot3 = self.create_snapshot(volume['id'], force=True) # Delete the snapshots. Some snapshot implementations can take # different paths according to order they are deleted. self.delete_snapshot(snapshot1['id']) self.delete_snapshot(snapshot3['id']) self.delete_snapshot(snapshot2['id'])
[docs] @decorators.idempotent_id('5210a1de-85a0-11e6-bb21-641c676a5d61') @utils.services('compute') def test_snapshot_create_offline_delete_online(self): """Test creating snapshots when volume is detached and attached 1. Create snapshot1 from volume1(not attached to any server) 2. Attach volume1 to server1 3. Create snapshot2 and snapshot3 from volume1 4. Delete snapshot3, snapshot1, snapshot2 """ # Create a snapshot while it is not attached snapshot1 = self.create_snapshot(self.volume_origin['id']) # Create a server and attach it server = self.create_server() self.attach_volume(server['id'], self.volume_origin['id']) # Now that the volume is attached, create other snapshots snapshot2 = self.create_snapshot(self.volume_origin['id'], force=True) snapshot3 = self.create_snapshot(self.volume_origin['id'], force=True) # Delete the snapshots. Some snapshot implementations can take # different paths according to order they are deleted. self.delete_snapshot(snapshot3['id']) self.delete_snapshot(snapshot1['id']) self.delete_snapshot(snapshot2['id'])
[docs] @decorators.idempotent_id('2a8abbe4-d871-46db-b049-c41f5af8216e') def test_snapshot_create_get_list_update_delete(self): """Test create/get/list/update/delete snapshot""" # Create a snapshot with metadata metadata = {"snap-meta1": "value1", "snap-meta2": "value2", "snap-meta3": "value3"} snapshot = self.create_snapshot(self.volume_origin['id'], metadata=metadata) # Get the snap and check for some of its details snap_get = self.snapshots_client.show_snapshot( snapshot['id'])['snapshot'] self.assertEqual(self.volume_origin['id'], snap_get['volume_id'], "Referred volume origin mismatch") self.assertEqual(self.volume_origin['size'], snap_get['size']) # Verify snapshot metadata self.assertThat(snap_get['metadata'].items(), matchers.ContainsAll(metadata.items())) # Compare also with the output from the list action tracking_data = (snapshot['id'], snapshot['name']) snaps_list = self.snapshots_client.list_snapshots()['snapshots'] snaps_data = [(f['id'], f['name']) for f in snaps_list] self.assertIn(tracking_data, snaps_data) # Updates snapshot with new values new_s_name = data_utils.rand_name( self.__class__.__name__ + '-new-snap') new_desc = 'This is the new description of snapshot.' params = {'name': new_s_name, 'description': new_desc} update_snapshot = self.snapshots_client.update_snapshot( snapshot['id'], **params)['snapshot'] # Assert response body for update_snapshot method self.assertEqual(new_s_name, update_snapshot['name']) self.assertEqual(new_desc, update_snapshot['description']) # Assert response body for show_snapshot method updated_snapshot = self.snapshots_client.show_snapshot( snapshot['id'])['snapshot'] self.assertEqual(new_s_name, updated_snapshot['name']) self.assertEqual(new_desc, updated_snapshot['description']) # Delete the snapshot self.delete_snapshot(snapshot['id'])
def _create_volume_from_snapshot(self, extra_size=0): src_size = CONF.volume.volume_size size = src_size + extra_size src_vol = self.create_volume(size=src_size) src_snap = self.create_snapshot(src_vol['id']) dst_vol = self.create_volume(snapshot_id=src_snap['id'], size=size) # NOTE(zhufl): dst_vol is created based on snapshot, so dst_vol # should be deleted before deleting snapshot, otherwise deleting # snapshot will end with status 'error-deleting'. This depends on # the implementation mechanism of vendors, generally speaking, # some verdors will use "virtual disk clone" which will promote # disk clone speed, and in this situation the "disk clone" # is just a relationship between volume and snapshot. self.addCleanup(self.delete_volume, self.volumes_client, dst_vol['id']) volume = self.volumes_client.show_volume(dst_vol['id'])['volume'] # Should allow self.assertEqual(volume['snapshot_id'], src_snap['id']) self.assertEqual(volume['size'], size)
[docs] @decorators.idempotent_id('677863d1-3142-456d-b6ac-9924f667a7f4') def test_volume_from_snapshot(self): """Test creating volume from snapshot with extending size""" self._create_volume_from_snapshot( extra_size=CONF.volume.volume_size_extend)
[docs] @decorators.idempotent_id('053d8870-8282-4fff-9dbb-99cb58bb5e0a') def test_volume_from_snapshot_no_size(self): """Test creating volume from snapshot with original size""" self._create_volume_from_snapshot()
[docs] @decorators.idempotent_id('bbcfa285-af7f-479e-8c1a-8c34fc16543c') @testtools.skipUnless(CONF.volume_feature_enabled.backup, "Cinder backup is disabled") def test_snapshot_backup(self): """Test creating backup from snapshot and volume 1. Create snapshot1 from volume1 2. Create backup from volume1 and snapshot1 3. Check the created backup's volume is volume1 and snapshot is snapshot1 """ # Create a snapshot snapshot = self.create_snapshot(volume_id=self.volume_origin['id']) backup = self.create_backup(volume_id=self.volume_origin['id'], snapshot_id=snapshot['id']) waiters.wait_for_volume_resource_status(self.snapshots_client, snapshot['id'], 'available') backup_info = self.backups_client.show_backup(backup['id'])['backup'] self.assertEqual(self.volume_origin['id'], backup_info['volume_id']) self.assertEqual(snapshot['id'], backup_info['snapshot_id'])