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[lvm-devel] [PATCH 2/2] python-lvm: Initial check-in of python-lvm unit test case.



Signed-off-by: Tony Asleson <tasleson redhat com>
---
 test/api/pytest.sh          |   27 +++
 test/api/python_lvm_unit.py |  375 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 2 files changed, 402 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)
 create mode 100644 test/api/pytest.sh
 create mode 100755 test/api/python_lvm_unit.py

diff --git a/test/api/pytest.sh b/test/api/pytest.sh
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ad99624
--- /dev/null
+++ b/test/api/pytest.sh
@@ -0,0 +1,27 @@
+#!/bin/sh
+# Copyright (C) 2012 Red Hat, Inc. All rights reserved.
+#
+# This file is part of LVM2.
+#
+# This copyrighted material is made available to anyone wishing to use,
+# modify, copy, or redistribute it subject to the terms and conditions
+# of the GNU General Public License v.2.
+#
+# 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., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307 USA
+
+. lib/test
+
+aux prepare_vg 1
+lvcreate -n test -l 5 $vg
+
+#Locate the python binding library to use.
+python_lib=`find $abs_top_builddir -name lvm.so`
+if [ "$python_lib" != "" ]
+then
+	export PYTHONPATH=`dirname $python_lib`:$PYTHONPATH
+	python_lvm_unit.py
+else
+	echo "Unable to test python bindings as library not available"
+fi
diff --git a/test/api/python_lvm_unit.py b/test/api/python_lvm_unit.py
new file mode 100755
index 0000000..fdeca75
--- /dev/null
+++ b/test/api/python_lvm_unit.py
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+#!/usr/bin/env python
+
+# Copyright (C) 2012 Red Hat, Inc. All rights reserved.
+#
+# This file is part of LVM2.
+#
+# This copyrighted material is made available to anyone wishing to use,
+# modify, copy, or redistribute it subject to the terms and conditions
+# of the GNU General Public License v.2.
+#
+# 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., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307 USA
+
+import unittest
+import random
+import string
+import lvm
+
+# Set of basic unit tests for the python bindings.
+
+def rs(l=10):
+	"""
+	Generate a random string
+	"""
+	return ''.join(random.choice(string.ascii_uppercase) for x in range(l))
+
+
+class TestLvm(unittest.TestCase):
+	def setUp(self):
+		pass
+
+	def tearDown(self):
+		pass
+
+	def testOpenClose(self):
+		pass
+
+	def testVersion(self):
+		version = lvm.getVersion()
+		self.assertNotEquals(version, None)
+		self.assertEquals(type(version), str)
+		self.assertTrue(len(version) > 0)
+
+	def testVgOpen(self):
+		vg_names = lvm.listVgNames()
+
+		for i in vg_names:
+			vg = lvm.vgOpen(i)
+			vg.close()
+
+	def _get_lv_test(self, mode='r'):
+		vg_name_list = lvm.listVgNames()
+		for vgname in vg_name_list:
+			vg = lvm.vgOpen(vgname, mode)
+			lvs = vg.listLVs()
+			if len(lvs):
+				return lvs[0]
+		return None
+
+	def _get_pv_test(self, mode='r'):
+		vg_name_list = lvm.listVgNames()
+		for vgname in vg_name_list:
+			vg = lvm.vgOpen(vgname, mode)
+			pvs = vg.listPVs()
+			if len(pvs):
+				return pvs[0]
+		return None
+
+	def testPvGetters(self):
+		pv = self._get_pv_test()
+
+		self.assertEqual(type(pv.getName()), str)
+		self.assertTrue(len(pv.getName()) > 0)
+
+		self.assertEqual(type(pv.getUuid()), str)
+		self.assertTrue(len(pv.getUuid()) > 0)
+
+		self.assertEqual(type(pv.getMdaCount()), int)
+		self.assertEqual(type(pv.getMdaCount()), int)
+
+		self.assertEqual(type(pv.getSize()), int)
+
+		self.assertEqual(type(pv.getDevSize()), int)
+
+		self.assertEqual(type(pv.getFree()), int)
+
+	def _test_prop(self, prop_obj, prop, var_type, settable):
+		result = prop_obj.getProperty(prop)
+
+		self.assertEqual(type(result[0]), var_type)
+		self.assertEqual(type(result[1]), bool)
+		self.assertTrue(result[1] == settable)
+
+	def testPvSegs(self):
+		pv = self._get_pv_test("r")
+		pv_segs = pv.listPVsegs()
+
+		#LVsegs returns a tuple, (value, bool settable)
+
+		#TODO: Test other properties of pv_seg
+		for i in pv_segs:
+			self._test_prop(i, 'pvseg_start', long, False)
+
+	def testPvProperty(self):
+		pv = self._get_pv_test("r")
+		self._test_prop(pv, 'pv_mda_count', long, False)
+
+	def testLvProperty(self):
+		lv = self._get_lv_test("r")
+		self._test_prop(lv, 'seg_count', long, False)
+
+	def testLvTags(self):
+		lv = self._get_lv_test("w")
+		self._testTags(lv)
+
+	def testLvActiveInactive(self):
+		lv = self._get_lv_test("w")
+		lv.deactivate()
+		self.assertTrue(lv.isActive() == False)
+		lv.activate()
+		self.assertTrue(lv.isActive() == True)
+
+	def testLvRename(self):
+		lv = self._get_lv_test("w")
+
+		current_name = lv.getName()
+		new_name = rs()
+		lv.rename(new_name)
+		self.assertEqual(lv.getName(), new_name)
+		lv.rename(current_name)
+
+	def testLvSuspend(self):
+		lv = self._get_lv_test("r")
+
+		result = lv.isSuspended()
+		self.assertTrue(type(result), bool)
+
+	def testLvSize(self):
+		lv = self._get_lv_test("r")
+		result = lv.getSize()
+		self.assertTrue(type(result), bool)
+
+	def testLvResize(self):
+		pass    #Not implemented!
+
+	def testPvResize(self):
+		pass    #Patch available, not committed
+
+	def testLvSeg(self):
+		lv = self._get_lv_test("r")
+
+		lv_segs = lv.listLVsegs()
+
+		#LVsegs returns a tuple, (value, bool settable)
+
+		#TODO: Test other properties of lv_seg
+		for i in lv_segs:
+			self._test_prop(i, 'seg_start_pe', long, False)
+
+	def testLvMisc(self):
+		#Need to look at lack of vg_write in vg create
+
+		#For this to work cleanly we will remove an existing lv & vg and then
+		#put it back so that the test framework can clean it up.
+		vg_name_list = lvm.listVgNames()
+
+		if len(vg_name_list):
+			vg_name = vg_name_list[0]
+
+			vg = lvm.vgOpen(vg_name, "w")
+
+			vg_mda_copies = vg.getProperty('vg_mda_copies')
+			vg.setProperty('vg_mda_copies', vg_mda_copies[0])
+
+			pvs = vg.listPVs()
+			lvs = vg.listLVs()
+
+			pe_devices = []
+			for p in pvs:
+				pe_devices.append(p.getName())
+
+			self.assertEquals(len(lvs), 1)
+
+			lv = lvs[0]
+
+			lv_name = lv.getName()
+			lv_size = lv.getSize()
+
+			lv.remove()
+			lv = None
+
+			vg.reduce(pe_devices[0])
+
+			vg.remove()
+			vg.close()
+
+			nvg = lvm.vgCreate(vg_name)
+			for p in pe_devices:
+				nvg.extend(p)
+
+			#2MiB extent size
+			new_extent = 1024 * 1024 * 2
+
+			nvg.setExtentSize(new_extent)
+			self.assertEqual(nvg.getExtentSize(), new_extent)
+
+			v = nvg.createLvLinear(lv_name, lv_size)
+
+			lv_find_name = nvg.lvFromName(lv_name)
+			lv_find_uuid = nvg.lvFromUuid(v.getUuid())
+
+			self.assertTrue(lv_find_name.getName() == v.getName())
+			self.assertTrue(lv_find_uuid.getUuid() == v.getUuid())
+
+			nvg.close()
+
+	def testVgNames(self):
+		vg = lvm.listVgNames()
+		self.assertTrue(isinstance(vg, tuple))
+
+	def testDupeLvCreate(self):
+		"""
+		Try to create a lv with the same name expecting a failure
+		Note: This was causing a seg. fault previously
+		"""
+		vgs = lvm.listVgNames()
+
+		if len(vgs):
+			vg_name = vgs[0]
+			vg = lvm.vgOpen(vg_name, "w")
+
+			lvs = vg.listLVs()
+
+			if len(lvs):
+				lv = lvs[0]
+				lv_name = lv.getName()
+				self.assertRaises(lvm.LibLVMError, vg.createLvLinear, lv_name,
+					lv.getSize())
+
+	def testVgUuids(self):
+		vgs_uuids = lvm.listVgUuids()
+
+		self.assertTrue(isinstance(vgs_uuids, tuple))
+
+		vgs_uuids = list(vgs_uuids)
+
+		vgs_names = lvm.listVgNames()
+
+		for vg_name in vgs_names:
+			vg = lvm.vgOpen(vg_name, "r")
+
+			#TODO Write/fix BUG, vg uuid don't match between lvm.listVgUuids
+			# and vg.getUuid()
+			vg_uuid_search = vg.getUuid().replace('-', '')
+
+			self.assertTrue(vg_uuid_search in vgs_uuids)
+			vgs_uuids.remove(vg_uuid_search)
+
+		self.assertTrue(len(vgs_uuids) == 0)
+
+	def testPercentToFloat(self):
+		self.assertEqual(lvm.percentToFloat(0), 0.0)
+		self.assertEqual(lvm.percentToFloat(1000000), 1.0)
+		self.assertEqual(lvm.percentToFloat(1000000 / 2), 0.5)
+
+	def testScan(self):
+		self.assertEqual(lvm.scan(), None)
+
+	def testConfigReload(self):
+		self.assertEqual(lvm.configReload(), None)
+
+	def testConfig_override(self):
+		self.assertEquals(lvm.configOverride("global.test = 1"), None)
+
+	def testConfigFindBool(self):
+		self.assertTrue(lvm.configFindBool("global/locking_type"))
+		self.assertFalse(lvm.configFindBool("global/fallback_to_local_locking"))
+
+	def testVgFromPVLookups(self):
+		vgname_list = lvm.listVgNames()
+		for vg_name in vgname_list:
+			vg = lvm.vgOpen(vg_name, 'r')
+
+			vg_name = vg.getName()
+
+			pv_list = vg.listPVs()
+			for pv in pv_list:
+				vg_name_from_pv = lvm.vgNameFromPvid(pv.getUuid())
+				self.assertEquals(vg_name, vg_name_from_pv)
+				self.assertEqual(vg_name, lvm.vgNameFromDevice(pv.getName()))
+			vg.close()
+
+	def testVgGetName(self):
+		vgname_list = lvm.listVgNames()
+
+		for vg_name in vgname_list:
+			vg = lvm.vgOpen(vg_name, 'r')
+			self.assertEqual(vg.getName(), vg_name)
+			vg.close()
+
+	def testVgGetUuid(self):
+		vgname_list = lvm.listVgNames()
+
+		for vg_name in vgname_list:
+			vg = lvm.vgOpen(vg_name, 'r')
+			uuid = vg.getUuid()
+			self.assertNotEqual(uuid, None)
+			self.assertTrue(len(uuid) > 0)
+			vg.close()
+
+
+	RETURN_NUMERIC = ["getSeqno", "getSize", "getFreeSize", "getFreeSize",
+					  "getExtentSize", "getExtentCount", "getFreeExtentCount",
+					  "getPvCount", "getMaxPv", "getMaxLv"]
+
+	def testVgGetters(self):
+		vg_name_list = lvm.listVgNames()
+
+		for vg_name in vg_name_list:
+			vg = lvm.vgOpen(vg_name, 'r')
+			self.assertTrue(type(vg.isClustered()) == bool)
+			self.assertTrue(type(vg.isExported()) == bool)
+			self.assertTrue(type(vg.isPartial()) == bool)
+
+			#Loop through the list invoking the method
+			for method_name in TestLvm.RETURN_NUMERIC:
+				method = getattr(vg, method_name)
+				result = method()
+				self.assertTrue(type(result) == int)
+
+			vg.close()
+
+	def _testTags(self, tag_obj):
+		existing_tags = tag_obj.getTags()
+		self.assertTrue(type(existing_tags) == tuple)
+
+		num_tags = random.randint(2, 40)
+		created_tags = []
+
+		for i in range(num_tags):
+			tag_name = rs(random.randint(1, 128))
+			tag_obj.addTag(tag_name)
+			created_tags.append(tag_name)
+
+		tags = tag_obj.getTags()
+		self.assertTrue(len(existing_tags) + len(created_tags) == len(tags))
+
+		num_remove = len(created_tags)
+
+		for i in range(num_remove):
+			tag_to_remove = created_tags[random.randint(0, len(created_tags) - 1)]
+
+			created_tags.remove(tag_to_remove)
+
+			tag_obj.removeTag(tag_to_remove)
+
+			current_tags = tag_obj.getTags()
+			self.assertFalse(tag_to_remove in current_tags)
+
+		current_tags = tag_obj.getTags()
+		self.assertTrue(len(current_tags) == len(existing_tags))
+		for e in existing_tags:
+			self.assertTrue(e in current_tags)
+
+	def testVgTags(self):
+		vg_name_list = lvm.listVgNames()
+
+		for vg_name in vg_name_list:
+			vg = lvm.vgOpen(vg_name, 'w')
+			self._testTags(vg)
+			vg.close()
+
+if __name__ == "__main__":
+	unittest.main()
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-- 
1.7.1


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