pytests: reserve kresd ports using files in tmpdir

parent 5bd83272
......@@ -28,9 +28,7 @@ wait for kresd timeout. This can be done with `python-xdist`:
$ pytest-3 -n 24 # parallel with 24 jobs
Each test spawns an independent kresd instance, so test failures shouldn't affect
each other. However, when using lots of parallel jobs, it is possible an already taken
port will be assigned to kresd. These cases will be detected and result in skipped
each other.
Some tests are omitted from automatic test collection by default, due to their
resource contraints. These typicially have to be executed separately by providing
......@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ import socket
import pytest
from kresd import make_kresd
from kresd import init_portdir, make_kresd
......@@ -78,3 +78,7 @@ def pytest_metadata(metadata): # filter potentially sensitive data from GitLab
for key in keys_to_delete:
del metadata[key]
def pytest_sessionstart(session): # pylint: disable=unused-argument
......@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ import time
import pytest
from kresd import Kresd, make_port
from kresd import Kresd
import utils
......@@ -54,9 +54,7 @@ def test_conn_flood(tmpdir, sock_func_name):
# create kresd instance with verbose=False
ip = ''
ip6 = '::1'
port = make_port(ip, ip6)
tls_port = make_port(ip, ip6)
with Kresd(tmpdir, port, tls_port, ip, ip6, verbose=False) as kresd:
with Kresd(tmpdir, ip=ip, ip6=ip6, verbose=False) as kresd:
print("\nEstablishing {} connections".format(nsockets))
make_sock = getattr(kresd, sock_func_name) # function for creating sockets
sockets = create_sockets(make_sock, nsockets)
from collections import namedtuple
from contextlib import ContextDecorator, contextmanager
import os
from pathlib import Path
import random
import re
import shutil
import socket
import subprocess
import time
import jinja2
import pytest
import utils
......@@ -18,6 +19,17 @@ CERTS_DIR = os.path.join(PYTESTS_DIR, 'certs')
TEMPLATES_DIR = os.path.join(PYTESTS_DIR, 'templates')
KRESD_CONF_TEMPLATE = 'kresd.conf.j2'
KRESD_STARTUP_MSGID = 10005 # special unique ID at the start of the "test" log
KRESD_PORTDIR = '/tmp/pytest-kresd-portdir'
def init_portdir():
except FileNotFoundError:
def create_file_from_template(template_path, dest, data):
......@@ -35,7 +47,7 @@ Forward = namedtuple('Forward', ['proto', 'ip', 'port', 'hostname', 'ca_file'])
class Kresd(ContextDecorator):
def __init__(
self, workdir, port, tls_port, ip=None, ip6=None, certname=None,
self, workdir, port=None, tls_port=None, ip=None, ip6=None, certname=None,
verbose=True, hints=None, forward=None):
if ip is None and ip6 is None:
raise ValueError("IPv4 or IPv6 must be specified!")
......@@ -67,6 +79,15 @@ class Kresd(ContextDecorator):
return str(os.path.join(self.workdir, 'kresd.log'))
def __enter__(self):
if self.port is not None:
take_port(self.port, self.ip, self.ip6)
self.port = make_port(self.ip, self.ip6)
if self.tls_port is not None:
take_port(self.tls_port, self.ip, self.ip6)
self.tls_port = make_port(self.ip, self.ip6)
create_file_from_template(KRESD_CONF_TEMPLATE, self.config_path, {'kresd': self})
self.logfile = open(self.logfile_path, 'w')
self.process = subprocess.Popen(
......@@ -89,14 +110,6 @@ class Kresd(ContextDecorator):
except (RuntimeError, ConnectionError): # pylint: disable=try-except-raise
# handle cases where we accidentally attempt to bind to same port
# as another test that runs in parallel
with open(self.logfile_path) as f:
for line in f:
if'Address already in use', line) is not None:
pytest.skip(line) # mark as skipped instead of failed/error
return self
......@@ -109,6 +122,7 @@ class Kresd(ContextDecorator):
Path(KRESD_PORTDIR, str(self.port)).unlink()
def all_ports_alive(self, msgid=10001):
alive = True
......@@ -228,11 +242,33 @@ def is_port_free(port, ip=None, ip6=None):
return True
def take_port(port, ip=None, ip6=None):
port_path = Path(KRESD_PORTDIR, str(port))
except FileExistsError:
raise ValueError(
"Port {} already reserved by system or another kresd instance!".format(port))
if not is_port_free(port, ip, ip6):
# NOTE: The port_path isn't removed, so other instances don't have to attempt to
# take the same port again. This has the side effect of leaving many of these
# files behind, because when another kresd shuts down and removes its file, the
# port still can't be reserved for a while. This shouldn't become an issue unless
# we have thousands of tests (and run out of the port range).
raise ValueError(
"Port {} is reserved by system!".format(port))
return port
def make_port(ip=None, ip6=None):
for _ in range(10): # max attempts
port = random.randint(1024, 65535)
if is_port_free(port, ip, ip6):
return port
take_port(port, ip, ip6)
except ValueError:
continue # port reserved by system / another kresd instance
return port
raise RuntimeError("No available port found!")
......@@ -244,8 +280,6 @@ KRESD_LOG_IO_CLOSE = re.compile(r'^\[io\].*closed by peer.*')
def make_kresd(
workdir, certname=None, ip='', ip6='::1', forward=None, hints=None,
port=None, tls_port=None):
port = make_port(ip, ip6) if port is None else port
tls_port = make_port(ip, ip6) if tls_port is None else tls_port
with Kresd(workdir, port, tls_port, ip, ip6, certname, forward=forward, hints=hints) as kresd:
yield kresd
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