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authorubansal <ubansal@redhat.com>2019-04-02 12:06:22 +0530
committerAkarsha Rai <akrai@redhat.com>2019-04-08 09:44:34 +0000
commit6ffc41fa15c782b13529474be7314630f8f0f09d (patch)
tree3309e291f226fde9083108db79881dfc7dbba7a2
parenta3d2538da2470e82e0c389ddaf33d1d132172c50 (diff)
This TC is to check for File operations in an EC volume
Change-Id: Ib1aff1c1bf843dddac5862e55a049d7b47603049 Signed-off-by: ubansal <ubansal@redhat.com>
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+# Copyright (C) 2019 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 File Operations on a healthy EC volume
+"""
+from os import getcwd
+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 (collect_mounts_arequal,
+ validate_io_procs)
+from glustolibs.gluster.brick_libs import (
+ get_all_bricks, bring_bricks_offline)
+
+
+@runs_on([['dispersed', 'distributed-dispersed'],
+ ['glusterfs']])
+class TestFops(GlusterBaseClass):
+
+ @classmethod
+ def setUpClass(cls):
+ # Calling GlusterBaseClass setUpClass
+ GlusterBaseClass.setUpClass.im_func(cls)
+
+ # Upload io scripts for running IO on mounts
+ g.log.info("Upload io scripts to clients %s for running IO on mounts",
+ cls.clients)
+ script_local_path = ("/usr/share/glustolibs/io/scripts/"
+ "file_dir_ops.py")
+ cls.script_upload_path = ("/usr/share/glustolibs/io/scripts/"
+ "file_dir_ops.py")
+ ret = upload_scripts(cls.clients, [script_local_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
+ GlusterBaseClass.setUp.im_func(self)
+
+ self.all_mounts_procs = []
+ self.io_validation_complete = False
+
+ # Setup Volume and Mount Volume
+ g.log.info("Starting to Setup Volume and Mount Volume")
+ ret = self.setup_volume_and_mount_volume(mounts=self.mounts,
+ volume_create_force=False)
+ 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):
+ """
+ If test method failed before validating IO, tearDown waits for the
+ IO's to complete and checks for the IO exit status
+
+ Cleanup and umount volume
+ """
+ # Cleanup and umount volume
+ g.log.info("Starting to Unmount Volume and Cleanup 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
+ GlusterBaseClass.tearDown.im_func(self)
+
+ def test_fops_ec_volume(self):
+ # pylint: disable=too-many-branches,too-many-statements,too-many-locals
+ """
+ - 1.Start resource consumption tool
+ - 2.Create directory dir1
+ - 3.Create 5 dir and 5 files in each dir in directory 1
+ - 4.Rename all file inside dir1
+ - 5.Truncate at any dir in mountpoint inside dir1
+ - 6.Create softlink and hardlink of files in mountpoint
+ - 7.Delete op for deleting all file in one of the dirs
+ - 8.chmod, chown, chgrp inside dir1
+ - 9.Create tiny, small, medium nd large file
+ - 10.Creating files on client side for dir1
+ - 11.Validating IO's and waiting to complete
+ - 12.Get areequal before killing the brick
+ - 13.Killing 1st brick manually
+ - 14.Get areequal after killing 1st brick
+ - 15.Killing 2nd brick manually
+ - 16.Get areequal after killing 2nd brick
+ - 17.Getting arequal and comparing the arequals
+ - 18.Deleting dir1
+ """
+
+ # Starting resource consumption using top
+ log_file_mem_monitor = getcwd() + '/mem_usage.log'
+ cmd = 'for i in {1..100};do top -n 1 -b|egrep \
+ "RES|gluster" & free -h 2>&1 >> ' + \
+ log_file_mem_monitor + ' ;sleep 10;done'
+ g.log.info(cmd)
+ for mount_obj in self.mounts:
+ g.run_async(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ bricks_list = []
+
+ # get the bricks from the volume
+ g.log.info("Fetching bricks for the volume : %s", self.volname)
+ bricks_list = get_all_bricks(self.mnode, self.volname)
+ g.log.info("Brick List : %s", bricks_list)
+
+ # Creating dir1
+ cmd = ('mkdir %s/dir1' % self.mounts[0].mountpoint)
+ ret, _, _ = g.run(self.mounts[0].client_system, cmd)
+ self.assertEqual(ret, 0, "Failed to create directory1")
+ g.log.info("Directory 1 created successfully for %s", self.mounts[0])
+
+ # Create 5 dir and 5 files in each dir at mountpoint on dir1
+ start = 1
+ end = 5
+ for mount_obj in self.mounts:
+ # Number of dir and files to be created.
+ dir_range = str(start) + ".." + str(end)
+ file_range = str(start) + ".." + str(end)
+ # Create dir 1-5 at mountpoint.
+ cmd = ('mkdir %s/dir1/dir{%s};' %
+ (mount_obj.mountpoint, dir_range))
+ g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+
+ # Create files inside each dir.
+ cmd = ('touch %s/dir1/dir{%s}/file{%s};'
+ % (mount_obj.mountpoint, dir_range, file_range))
+ g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+
+ # 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
+ clients = []
+ for mount_obj in self.mounts:
+ clients.append(mount_obj.client_system)
+ cmd = ('cd %s/dir1/dir1/; '
+ 'for FILENAME in *;'
+ 'do mv $FILENAME Unix_$FILENAME; '
+ 'done;'
+ % mount_obj.mountpoint)
+ g.run_parallel(clients, cmd)
+
+ # 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; '
+ 'done;'
+ % (mount_obj.mountpoint, str(start)))
+ g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+
+ # Create softlink and hardlink of files in mountpoint. 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 ln -s $FILENAME softlink_$FILENAME; '
+ 'done;'
+ % (mount_obj.mountpoint, str(start)))
+ g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ cmd = ('cd %s/dir1/dir%s; '
+ 'for FILENAME in *; '
+ 'do ln $FILENAME hardlink_$FILENAME; '
+ 'done;'
+ % (mount_obj.mountpoint, str(start + 1)))
+ g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ start += 5
+
+ # chmod, chown, chgrp inside dir1
+ # start and end used as offset to access diff files
+ # at diff clients.
+ start = 2
+ end = 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))
+ g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+
+ cmd = ('chown root %s/dir1/dir{%s}/file{%s}'
+ % (mount_obj.mountpoint, dir_file_range, dir_file_range))
+ g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+
+ cmd = ('chgrp root %s/dir1/dir{%s}/file{%s}'
+ % (mount_obj.mountpoint, dir_file_range, dir_file_range))
+ g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+
+ start += 5
+ end += 5
+
+ # Create tiny, small, medium nd large file
+ # at mountpoint. Offset to differ filenames
+ # at diff clients.
+ offset = 1
+ for mount_obj in self.mounts:
+ cmd = 'fallocate -l 100 tiny_file%s.txt' % str(offset)
+ g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ cmd = 'fallocate -l 20M small_file%s.txt' % str(offset)
+ g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ cmd = 'fallocate -l 200M medium_file%s.txt' % str(offset)
+ g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ cmd = 'fallocate -l 1G large_file%s.txt' % str(offset)
+ g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ offset += 1
+
+ # Creating 2TB file if volume is greater
+ # than equal to 3TB
+ list1 = []
+ command = ("df %s" % mount_obj.mountpoint)
+ rcode, rout, rerr = g.run(mount_obj.client_system[0], command)
+ if rcode == 0:
+ list1 = rout.split("\n")[1].split()
+ avail = list1[3]
+ if int(avail) >= 3000000000:
+ cmd = 'fallocate -l 2TB tiny_file_large.txt'
+ g.run(mount_obj.client_system[0], cmd)
+ g.log.error("Get mountpoint failed: %s", rerr)
+
+ # Creating files on client side for dir1
+ # Write IO
+ all_mounts_procs = []
+ count = 1
+ for mount_obj in self.mounts:
+ g.log.info("Starting IO on %s:%s", mount_obj.client_system,
+ mount_obj.mountpoint)
+ cmd = ("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" % (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 = count + 10
+
+ # Validating IO's and waiting to complete
+ g.log.info("Validating IO's")
+ 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 areequal before killing the brick
+ g.log.info('Getting areequal before killing of brick...')
+ ret, result_before_killing_brick = (
+ collect_mounts_arequal(self.mounts[0]))
+ self.assertTrue(ret, 'Failed to get arequal')
+ g.log.info('Getting areequal before killing of brick '
+ 'is successful')
+
+ # Kill 1st brick manually
+ ret = bring_bricks_offline(self.volname,
+ [bricks_list[1]])
+ self.assertTrue(ret, 'Brick not offline')
+ g.log.info('Brick is offline successfully')
+
+ # Get areequal after killing 1st brick
+ g.log.info('Getting areequal after killing of brick...')
+ ret, result_after_killing_brick = (
+ collect_mounts_arequal(self.mounts[0]))
+ self.assertTrue(ret, 'Failed to get arequal')
+ g.log.info('Getting areequal before killing of brick '
+ 'is successful')
+
+ # Kill 2nd brick manually
+ ret = bring_bricks_offline(self.volname,
+ [bricks_list[3]])
+ self.assertTrue(ret, 'Brick not offline')
+ g.log.info('Brick is offline successfully')
+
+ # Get areequal after killing 2nd brick
+ g.log.info('Getting areequal after killing of brick...')
+ ret, result_after_killing_brick_2 = (
+ collect_mounts_arequal(self.mounts[0]))
+ self.assertTrue(ret, 'Failed to get arequal')
+ g.log.info('Getting areequal before killing of brick '
+ 'is successful')
+
+ # Comparing areequals
+ self.assertEqual(result_before_killing_brick,
+ result_after_killing_brick,
+ 'Areequals are not equals before killing brick'
+ 'processes and after offlining 1 redundant bricks')
+ g.log.info('Areequals are equals before killing brick'
+ 'processes and after offlining 1 redundant bricks')
+
+ # Comparing areequals
+ self.assertEqual(result_after_killing_brick,
+ result_after_killing_brick_2,
+ 'Areequals are not equals after killing 2'
+ ' bricks')
+ g.log.info('Areequals are equals after offlining 2 redundant bricks')
+
+ # Delete op for deleting all file in one of the dirs. start is being
+ # used as offset like in previous testcase in dir1
+ start = 1
+ for mount_obj in self.mounts:
+ cmd = ('cd %s/dir1/dir%s; '
+ 'for FILENAME in *; '
+ 'do rm -f $FILENAME; '
+ 'done;'
+ % (mount_obj.mountpoint, str(start)))
+ g.run(mount_obj.client_system, cmd)
+ start += 5
+
+ # Deleting dir1
+ cmd = ('rm -rf %s/dir1' % self.mounts[0].mountpoint)
+ ret, _, _ = g.run(self.mounts[0].client_system, cmd)
+ self.assertEqual(ret, 0, "Failed to delete directory1")
+ g.log.info("Directory 1 deleted successfully for %s", self.mounts[0])