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import unittest
import os
import sys
import shlex, subprocess
import urllib.request, urllib.parse, urllib.error, subprocess, time, getpass, re, json, shlex

import oeqa.utils.ftools as ftools
from oeqa.selftest.base import oeSelfTest
from oeqa.utils.commands import runCmd

sys.path.insert(0, os.path.abspath(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), '../../../../', 'bitbake/lib/toaster')))
os.environ.setdefault("DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE", "toastermain.settings")

import toastermain.settings
from django.db.models import Q
from orm.models import *
from oeqa.utils.decorators import testcase

class ToasterSetup(oeSelfTest):

    def recipe_parse(self, file_path, var):
        for line in open(file_path,'r'):
            if line.find(var) > -1:
                val = line.split(" = ")[1].replace("\"", "").strip()
                return val

    def fix_file_path(self, file_path):
        if ":" in file_path:
            file_path=file_path.split(":")[2]
        return file_path

class Toaster_DB_Tests(ToasterSetup):

    # Check if build name is unique - tc_id=795
    @testcase(795)
    def test_Build_Unique_Name(self):
        all_builds = Build.objects.all().count()
        distinct_builds = Build.objects.values('id').distinct().count()
        self.assertEqual(distinct_builds, all_builds, msg = 'Build name is not unique')

    # Check if build coocker log path is unique - tc_id=819
    @testcase(819)
    def test_Build_Unique_Cooker_Log_Path(self):
        distinct_path = Build.objects.values('cooker_log_path').distinct().count()
        total_builds = Build.objects.values('id').count()
        self.assertEqual(distinct_path, total_builds, msg = 'Build coocker log path is not unique')

    # Check if task order is unique for one build - tc=824
    @testcase(824)
    def test_Task_Unique_Order(self):
        builds = Build.objects.values('id')
        cnt_err = []
        for build in builds:
            total_task_order = Task.objects.filter(build = build['id']).values('order').count()
            distinct_task_order = Task.objects.filter(build = build['id']).values('order').distinct().count()
            if (total_task_order != distinct_task_order):
                cnt_err.append(build['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for build id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check task order sequence for one build - tc=825
    @testcase(825)
    def test_Task_Order_Sequence(self):
        builds = builds = Build.objects.values('id')
        cnt_err = []
        for build in builds:
            tasks = Task.objects.filter(Q(build = build['id']), ~Q(order = None), ~Q(task_name__contains = '_setscene')).values('id', 'order').order_by("order")
            cnt_tasks = 0
            for task in tasks:
                cnt_tasks += 1
                if (task['order'] != cnt_tasks):
                    cnt_err.append(task['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for task id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check if disk_io matches the difference between EndTimeIO and StartTimeIO in build stats - tc=828
    ### this needs to be updated ###
    #def test_Task_Disk_IO_TC828(self):

    # Check if outcome = 2 (SSTATE) then sstate_result must be 3 (RESTORED) - tc=832
    @testcase(832)
    def test_Task_If_Outcome_2_Sstate_Result_Must_Be_3(self):
        tasks = Task.objects.filter(outcome = 2).values('id', 'sstate_result')
        cnt_err = []
        for task in tasks:
            if (row['sstate_result'] != 3):
                cnt_err.append(task['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for task id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check if outcome = 1 (COVERED) or 3 (EXISTING) then sstate_result must be 0 (SSTATE_NA) - tc=833
    @testcase(833)
    def test_Task_If_Outcome_1_3_Sstate_Result_Must_Be_0(self):
        tasks = Task.objects.filter(outcome__in = (1, 3)).values('id', 'sstate_result')
        cnt_err = []
        for task in tasks:
            if (task['sstate_result'] != 0):
                cnt_err.append(task['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for task id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check if outcome is 0 (SUCCESS) or 4 (FAILED) then sstate_result must be 0 (NA), 1 (MISS) or 2 (FAILED) - tc=834
    @testcase(834)
    def test_Task_If_Outcome_0_4_Sstate_Result_Must_Be_0_1_2(self):
        tasks = Task.objects.filter(outcome__in = (0, 4)).values('id', 'sstate_result')
        cnt_err = []
        for task in tasks:
            if (task['sstate_result'] not in [0, 1, 2]):
                cnt_err.append(task['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for task id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check if task_executed = TRUE (1), script_type must be 0 (CODING_NA), 2 (CODING_PYTHON), 3 (CODING_SHELL) - tc=891
    @testcase(891)
    def test_Task_If_Task_Executed_True_Script_Type_0_2_3(self):
        tasks = Task.objects.filter(task_executed = 1).values('id', 'script_type')
        cnt_err = []
        for task in tasks:
            if (task['script_type'] not in [0, 2, 3]):
                cnt_err.append(task['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for task id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check if task_executed = TRUE (1), outcome must be 0 (SUCCESS) or 4 (FAILED) - tc=836
    @testcase(836)
    def test_Task_If_Task_Executed_True_Outcome_0_4(self):
        tasks = Task.objects.filter(task_executed = 1).values('id', 'outcome')
        cnt_err = []
        for task in tasks:
            if (task['outcome'] not in [0, 4]):
                cnt_err.append(task['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for task id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check if task_executed = FALSE (0), script_type must be 0 - tc=890
    @testcase(890)
    def test_Task_If_Task_Executed_False_Script_Type_0(self):
        tasks = Task.objects.filter(task_executed = 0).values('id', 'script_type')
        cnt_err = []
        for task in tasks:
            if (task['script_type'] != 0):
                cnt_err.append(task['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for task id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check if task_executed = FALSE (0) and build outcome = SUCCEEDED (0), task outcome must be 1 (COVERED), 2 (CACHED), 3 (PREBUILT), 5 (EMPTY) - tc=837
    @testcase(837)
    def test_Task_If_Task_Executed_False_Outcome_1_2_3_5(self):
        builds = Build.objects.filter(outcome = 0).values('id')
        cnt_err = []
        for build in builds:
            tasks = Task.objects.filter(build = build['id'], task_executed = 0).values('id', 'outcome')
            for task in tasks:
                if (task['outcome'] not in [1, 2, 3, 5]):
                    cnt_err.append(task['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for task id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Key verification - tc=888
    @testcase(888)
    def test_Target_Installed_Package(self):
        rows = Target_Installed_Package.objects.values('id', 'target_id', 'package_id')
        cnt_err = []
        for row in rows:
            target = Target.objects.filter(id = row['target_id']).values('id')
            package = Package.objects.filter(id = row['package_id']).values('id')
            if (not target or not package):
                cnt_err.append(row['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for target installed package id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Key verification - tc=889
    @testcase(889)
    def test_Task_Dependency(self):
        rows = Task_Dependency.objects.values('id', 'task_id', 'depends_on_id')
        cnt_err = []
        for row in rows:
            task_id = Task.objects.filter(id = row['task_id']).values('id')
            depends_on_id = Task.objects.filter(id = row['depends_on_id']).values('id')
            if (not task_id or not depends_on_id):
                cnt_err.append(row['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for task dependency id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check if build target file_name is populated only if is_image=true AND orm_build.outcome=0 then if the file exists and its size matches the file_size value
    ### Need to add the tc in the test run
    @testcase(1037)
    def test_Target_File_Name_Populated(self):
        builds = Build.objects.filter(outcome = 0).values('id')
        for build in builds:
            targets = Target.objects.filter(build_id = build['id'], is_image = 1).values('id')
            for target in targets:
                target_files = Target_Image_File.objects.filter(target_id = target['id']).values('id', 'file_name', 'file_size')
                cnt_err = []
                for file_info in target_files:
                    target_id = file_info['id']
                    target_file_name = file_info['file_name']
                    target_file_size = file_info['file_size']
                    if (not target_file_name or not target_file_size):
                        cnt_err.append(target_id)
                    else:
                        if (not os.path.exists(target_file_name)):
                            cnt_err.append(target_id)
                        else:
                            if (os.path.getsize(target_file_name) != target_file_size):
                                cnt_err.append(target_id)
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for target image file id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Key verification - tc=884
    @testcase(884)
    def test_Package_Dependency(self):
        cnt_err = []
        deps = Package_Dependency.objects.values('id', 'package_id', 'depends_on_id')
        for dep in deps:
            if (dep['package_id'] == dep['depends_on_id']):
                cnt_err.append(dep['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for package dependency id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Recipe key verification, recipe name does not depends on a recipe having the same name - tc=883
    @testcase(883)
    def test_Recipe_Dependency(self):
        deps = Recipe_Dependency.objects.values('id', 'recipe_id', 'depends_on_id')
        cnt_err = []
        for dep in deps:
            if (not dep['recipe_id'] or not dep['depends_on_id']):
                cnt_err.append(dep['id'])
            else:
                name = Recipe.objects.filter(id = dep['recipe_id']).values('name')
                dep_name = Recipe.objects.filter(id = dep['depends_on_id']).values('name')
                if (name == dep_name):
                    cnt_err.append(dep['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for recipe dependency id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check if package name does not start with a number (0-9) - tc=846
    @testcase(846)
    def test_Package_Name_For_Number(self):
        packages = Package.objects.filter(~Q(size = -1)).values('id', 'name')
        cnt_err = []
        for package in packages:
            if (package['name'][0].isdigit() is True):
                cnt_err.append(package['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for package id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check if package version starts with a number (0-9) - tc=847
    @testcase(847)
    def test_Package_Version_Starts_With_Number(self):
        packages = Package.objects.filter(~Q(size = -1)).values('id', 'version')
        cnt_err = []
        for package in packages:
            if (package['version'][0].isdigit() is False):
                cnt_err.append(package['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for package id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check if package revision starts with 'r' - tc=848
    @testcase(848)
    def test_Package_Revision_Starts_With_r(self):
        packages = Package.objects.filter(~Q(size = -1)).values('id', 'revision')
        cnt_err = []
        for package in packages:
            if (package['revision'][0].startswith("r") is False):
                cnt_err.append(package['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for package id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check the validity of the package build_id
    ### TC must be added in test run
    @testcase(1038)
    def test_Package_Build_Id(self):
        packages = Package.objects.filter(~Q(size = -1)).values('id', 'build_id')
        cnt_err = []
        for package in packages:
            build_id = Build.objects.filter(id = package['build_id']).values('id')
            if (not build_id):
                cnt_err.append(package['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for package id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check the validity of package recipe_id
    ### TC must be added in test run
    @testcase(1039)
    def test_Package_Recipe_Id(self):
        packages = Package.objects.filter(~Q(size = -1)).values('id', 'recipe_id')
        cnt_err = []
        for package in packages:
            recipe_id = Recipe.objects.filter(id = package['recipe_id']).values('id')
            if (not recipe_id):
                cnt_err.append(package['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for package id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check if package installed_size field is not null
    ### TC must be aded in test run
    @testcase(1040)
    def test_Package_Installed_Size_Not_NULL(self):
        packages = Package.objects.filter(installed_size__isnull = True).values('id')
        cnt_err = []
        for package in packages:
            cnt_err.append(package['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for package id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check if all layers requests return exit code is 200 - tc=843
    @testcase(843)
    def test_Layers_Requests_Exit_Code(self):
        layers = Layer.objects.values('id', 'layer_index_url')
        cnt_err = []
        for layer in layers:
            resp = urllib.request.urlopen(layer['layer_index_url'])
            if (resp.getcode() != 200):
                cnt_err.append(layer['id'])
        self.assertEqual(len(cnt_err), 0, msg = 'Errors for layer id: %s' % cnt_err)

    # Check if django server starts regardless of the timezone set on the machine - tc=905
    @testcase(905)
    def test_Start_Django_Timezone(self):
        current_path = os.getcwd()
        zonefilelist = []
        ZONEINFOPATH = '/usr/share/zoneinfo/'
        os.chdir("../bitbake/lib/toaster/")
        cnt_err = 0
        for filename in os.listdir(ZONEINFOPATH):
            if os.path.isfile(os.path.join(ZONEINFOPATH, filename)):
                zonefilelist.append(filename)
        for k in range(len(zonefilelist)):
            if k <= 5:
                files = zonefilelist[k]
                os.system("export TZ="+str(files)+"; python manage.py runserver > /dev/null 2>&1 &")
                time.sleep(3)
                pid = subprocess.check_output("ps aux | grep '[/u]sr/bin/python manage.py runserver' | awk '{print $2}'", shell = True)
                if pid:
                    os.system("kill -9 "+str(pid))
                else:
                    cnt_err.append(zonefilelist[k])
        self.assertEqual(cnt_err, 0, msg = 'Errors django server does not start with timezone: %s' % cnt_err)
        os.chdir(current_path)