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authorubansal <ubansal@redhat.com>2020-07-17 12:09:51 +0530
committerBala Konda Reddy M <bala12352@gmail.com>2020-07-17 11:09:12 +0000
commitf39fb79e9aaf97c1acad64b4abd104a2a279cf04 (patch)
tree7551568b49fd7c19d0dd5e78501019c7c1a19b77
parent6f44f15ec8e3a8cd459a0ed26011b6f596f8b127 (diff)
[Test] Check data integrity for EC volume
Steps: 1.Create a EC volume and mount it 2.Run different types of IO's 3.Take arequal of mountpoint 4.Bring down redundant bricks 5.Take arequal of mountpoint 6.Bring down another set of redundant bricks 7.Take arequal of mountpoint Change-Id: If253cdfe462c6671488e858871ec904fbb2f9ead Signed-off-by: ubansal <ubansal@redhat.com>
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+# Copyright (C) 2020 Red Hat, Inc. <http://www.redhat.com>
+#
+# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
+# any later version.
+#
+# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+# GNU General Public License for more details.
+#
+# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
+# with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
+# 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
+
+"""
+Test Description:
+ Tests Data Consistency and Intergrity
+"""
+from random import sample
+from glusto.core import Glusto as g
+
+from glustolibs.gluster.gluster_base_class import (GlusterBaseClass, runs_on)
+from glustolibs.gluster.exceptions import ExecutionError
+from glustolibs.misc.misc_libs import upload_scripts
+from glustolibs.io.utils import validate_io_procs, collect_mounts_arequal
+from glustolibs.gluster.brick_libs import (are_bricks_offline,
+ bring_bricks_offline,
+ bring_bricks_online,
+ wait_for_bricks_to_be_online,
+ get_offline_bricks_list)
+from glustolibs.gluster.glusterdir import mkdir
+from glustolibs.gluster.volume_libs import get_subvols
+
+
+@runs_on([['dispersed', 'distributed-dispersed'],
+ ['glusterfs']])
+class TestEcDataIntegrity(GlusterBaseClass):
+
+ @classmethod
+ def setUpClass(cls):
+ # Calling GlusterBaseClass setUpClass
+ cls.get_super_method(cls, 'setUpClass')()
+
+ # Upload io scripts for running IO on mounts
+ cls.script_upload_path = ("/usr/share/glustolibs/io/scripts/"
+ "file_dir_ops.py")
+ ret = upload_scripts(cls.clients, cls.script_upload_path)
+ if not ret:
+ raise ExecutionError("Failed to upload IO scripts to clients %s"
+ % cls.clients)
+ g.log.info("Successfully uploaded IO scripts to clients %s",
+ cls.clients)
+
+ def setUp(self):
+ # Calling GlusterBaseClass setUp
+ self.get_super_method(self, 'setUp')()
+
+ # Setup Volume and Mount Volume
+ ret = self.setup_volume_and_mount_volume(mounts=self.mounts)
+ if not ret:
+ raise ExecutionError("Failed to Setup_Volume and Mount_Volume")
+ g.log.info("Successful in Setup Volume and Mount Volume")
+
+ def tearDown(self):
+ """
+ Cleanup and umount volume
+ """
+ # Cleanup and umount volume
+ ret = self.unmount_volume_and_cleanup_volume(mounts=self.mounts)
+ if not ret:
+ raise ExecutionError("Failed to umount the vol & cleanup Volume")
+ g.log.info("Successful in umounting the volume and Cleanup")
+
+ # Calling GlusterBaseClass teardown
+ self.get_super_method(self, 'tearDown')()
+
+ def _bring_redundant_bricks_offline(self, mnode, volname):
+ """
+ Bring redundant bricks offline
+ """
+ brickset_to_offline = []
+ # List two bricks in each subvol
+ all_subvols_dict = get_subvols(mnode, volname)
+ subvols = all_subvols_dict['volume_subvols']
+ for subvol in subvols:
+ self.assertTrue(subvol, "List is empty")
+ brickset_to_offline.extend(sample(subvol, 2))
+
+ # Bring two bricks of each subvol down
+ ret = bring_bricks_offline(volname, brickset_to_offline)
+ self.assertTrue(ret, "Bricks are still online")
+
+ # Validating the bricks are offline
+ ret = are_bricks_offline(mnode, volname,
+ brickset_to_offline)
+ self.assertTrue(ret, "Few of the bricks are still online in"
+ " {} ".format(brickset_to_offline))
+ return brickset_to_offline
+
+ def test_ec_data_integrity(self):
+ """
+ Test steps:
+ - Create directory dir1
+ - Create 5 dir and 5 files in each dir in directory 1
+ - Rename all file inside dir1
+ - Truncate at any dir in mountpoint inside dir1
+ - Create softlink and hardlink of files in mountpoint
+ - chmod, chown, chgrp inside dir1
+ - Create tiny, small, medium nd large file
+ - Creating files on client side for dir1
+ - Validating IO's and waiting to complete
+ - Get arequal of dir1
+ - Bring redundant bricks offline
+ - Get arequal of dir1 after 1st set of bricks down
+ - Bring redundant bricks offline
+ - Get arequal of dir1 after 2nd set of bricks down
+ """
+
+ # pylint: disable=too-many-branches,too-many-statements,too-many-locals
+ brickset_to_offline = []
+
+ # Creating dir1
+ ret = mkdir(self.mounts[0].client_system, "%s/dir1"
+ % self.mounts[0].mountpoint)
+ self.assertTrue(ret, "Failed to create dir1")
+ g.log.info("Directory dir1 on %s created successfully", self.mounts[0])
+
+ # Create 5 dir and 5 files in each dir at mountpoint on dir1
+ start, end = 1, 5
+ for mount_obj in self.mounts:
+ # Number of dir and files to be created.
+ dir_range = ("%s..%s" % (str(start), str(end)))
+ file_range = ("%s..%s" % (str(start), str(end)))
+ # Create dir 1-5 at mountpoint.
+ ret = mkdir(mount_obj.client_system, "%s/dir1/dir{%s}"
+ % (mount_obj.mountpoint, dir_range))
+ self.assertTrue(ret, "Failed to create directory")
+ g.log.info("Directory created successfully")
+
+ # Create files inside each dir.
+ cmd = ('touch %s/dir1/dir{%s}/file{%s};'
+ % (mount_obj.mountpoint, dir_range, file_range))
+ ret, _, _ = g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ self.assertFalse(ret, "File creation failed")
+ g.log.info("File created successfull")
+
+ # Increment counter so that at next client dir and files are made
+ # with diff offset. Like at next client dir will be named
+ # dir6, dir7...dir10. Same with files.
+ start += 5
+ end += 5
+
+ # Rename all files inside dir1 at mountpoint on dir1
+ cmd = ('cd %s/dir1/dir1/; '
+ 'for FILENAME in *;'
+ 'do mv $FILENAME Unix_$FILENAME; cd ~;'
+ 'done;'
+ % self.mounts[0].mountpoint)
+ ret, _, _ = g.run(self.mounts[0].client_system, cmd)
+ self.assertEqual(ret, 0, "Failed to rename file on "
+ "client")
+ g.log.info("Successfully renamed file on client")
+
+ # Truncate at any dir in mountpoint inside dir1
+ # start is an offset to be added to dirname to act on
+ # diff files at diff clients.
+ start = 1
+ for mount_obj in self.mounts:
+ cmd = ('cd %s/dir1/dir%s/; '
+ 'for FILENAME in *;'
+ 'do echo > $FILENAME; cd ~;'
+ 'done;'
+ % (mount_obj.mountpoint, str(start)))
+ ret, _, _ = g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ self.assertFalse(ret, "Truncate failed")
+ g.log.info("Truncate of files successfull")
+
+ # Create softlink and hardlink of files in mountpoint
+ start = 1
+ for mount_obj in self.mounts:
+ for link_type, ln_mode in (('softlink', 'ln -s'),
+ ('hardlink', 'ln')):
+ cmd = ('cd %s/dir1/dir%s; '
+ 'for FILENAME in *; '
+ 'do %s $FILENAME %s_$FILENAME; cd ~;'
+ 'done;'
+ % (mount_obj.mountpoint, str(start), ln_mode,
+ link_type))
+ ret, _, _ = g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ self.assertFalse(ret, "Creating %s have failed" % link_type)
+ g.log.info("%s of files created successfully", link_type)
+ start += 5
+
+ # chmod, chown, chgrp inside dir1
+ # start and end used as offset to access diff files
+ # at diff clients.
+ start, end = 2, 5
+ for mount_obj in self.mounts:
+ dir_file_range = '%s..%s' % (str(start), str(end))
+ cmd = ('chmod 777 %s/dir1/dir{%s}/file{%s}'
+ % (mount_obj.mountpoint, dir_file_range, dir_file_range))
+ ret, _, _ = g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ self.assertFalse(ret, "Changing mode of files has failed")
+ g.log.info("Mode of files have been changed successfully")
+
+ cmd = ('chown root %s/dir1/dir{%s}/file{%s}'
+ % (mount_obj.mountpoint, dir_file_range, dir_file_range))
+ ret, _, _ = g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ self.assertFalse(ret, "Changing owner of files has failed")
+ g.log.info("Owner of files have been changed successfully")
+
+ cmd = ('chgrp root %s/dir1/dir{%s}/file{%s}'
+ % (mount_obj.mountpoint, dir_file_range, dir_file_range))
+ ret, _, _ = g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ self.assertFalse(ret, "Changing group of files has failed")
+ g.log.info("Group of files have been changed successfully")
+ start += 5
+ end += 5
+
+ # Create tiny, small, medium and large file
+ # at mountpoint. Offset to differ filenames
+ # at diff clients.
+ offset = 1
+ for mount_obj in self.mounts:
+ for size, filename in (('100', 'tiny_file'), ('20M', 'small_file'),
+ ('200M', 'medium_file'),
+ ('1G', 'large_file')):
+ cmd = 'fallocate -l {} {}{}.txt'.format(size, filename, offset)
+ ret, _, _ = g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ self.assertFalse(ret, "Fallocate for files failed")
+ g.log.info("Fallocate for files successfully")
+ offset += 1
+
+ # Creating files on client side for dir1
+ # Write IO
+ all_mounts_procs, count = [], 1
+ for mount_obj in self.mounts:
+ cmd = ("/usr/bin/env python %s create_deep_dirs_with_files "
+ "--dirname-start-num %d --dir-depth 2 "
+ "--dir-length 10 --max-num-of-dirs 5 "
+ "--num-of-files 5 %s/dir1" % (
+ self.script_upload_path, count,
+ mount_obj.mountpoint))
+ proc = g.run_async(mount_obj.client_system, cmd,
+ user=mount_obj.user)
+ all_mounts_procs.append(proc)
+ count += 10
+
+ # Validating IO's and waiting to complete
+ ret = validate_io_procs(all_mounts_procs, self.mounts)
+ self.assertTrue(ret, "IO failed on some of the clients")
+ g.log.info("Successfully validated all IO's")
+
+ # Get arequal of dir1
+ ret, result_before_bricks_down = (
+ collect_mounts_arequal(self.mounts[0], path='dir1/'))
+ self.assertTrue(ret, 'Failed to get arequal')
+ g.log.info('Getting arequal of dir1 '
+ 'is successful')
+
+ # Bring redundant bricks offline
+ brickset_to_offline = self._bring_redundant_bricks_offline(
+ self.mnode, self.volname)
+
+ # Get arequal of dir1 after 1st set of bricks down
+ ret, result_after_1st_brickset_down = (
+ collect_mounts_arequal(self.mounts[0], path='dir1/'))
+ self.assertTrue(ret, 'Failed to get arequal')
+ g.log.info('Getting arequal of dir1 '
+ 'is successful')
+
+ # Bring bricks online
+ ret = bring_bricks_online(self.mnode, self.volname,
+ brickset_to_offline)
+ self.assertTrue(ret, 'Bricks not brought online')
+ g.log.info('Bricks are online successfully')
+
+ # Wait for brick to come online
+ ret = wait_for_bricks_to_be_online(self.mnode, self.volname)
+ self.assertTrue(ret, "Bricks are not online")
+ g.log.info("EXPECTED : Bricks are online")
+
+ # Check if bricks are online
+ ret = get_offline_bricks_list(self.mnode, self.volname)
+ self.assertListEqual(ret, [], 'All bricks are not online')
+ g.log.info('All bricks are online')
+
+ # Bring redundant bricks offline
+ brickset_to_offline = self._bring_redundant_bricks_offline(
+ self.mnode, self.volname)
+
+ # Get arequal of dir1 after 2nd set of bricks down
+ ret, result_after_2nd_brickset_down = (
+ collect_mounts_arequal(self.mounts[0], path='dir1/'))
+ self.assertTrue(ret, 'Failed to get arequal')
+ g.log.info('Getting arequal of dir1 '
+ 'is successful')
+
+ # Comparing arequals
+ self.assertEqual(result_before_bricks_down,
+ result_after_1st_brickset_down,
+ 'Arequals are not equals before brickset '
+ 'down and after 1st brickset down')
+ g.log.info('Arequals are equals before brickset down '
+ 'and after brickset down')
+
+ self.assertEqual(result_after_2nd_brickset_down,
+ result_after_1st_brickset_down,
+ 'Arequals are not equals before 2nd set '
+ 'brick down and after 1st set brick down')
+ g.log.info('Arequals are equals for 2nd brickset down '
+ 'and 1st brickset down')