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[U-Boot,v3,23/26] test/py: convert fs-test.sh to pytest

Message ID 20180911065922.19141-24-takahiro.akashi@linaro.org
State Accepted
Commit de8106c198b442f8363557006c13a7807d972552
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Series subject: fs: fat: extend FAT write operations | expand

Commit Message

AKASHI Takahiro Sept. 11, 2018, 6:59 a.m. UTC
From: AKASHI Takahiro <takahiro.akashi@linaro.org>

In this commit, the same set of test cases as in test/fs/fs-test.sh
is provided using pytest framework.
Actually, fs-test.sh provides three variants:"sb" (sb command), "nonfs"
(fatxx and etc.) and "fs" (hostfs), and this patch currently supports
only "nonfs" variant; So it is not a replacement of fs-test.sh for now.

Simple usage:
  $ py.test test/py/tests/test_fs [<other options>]

You may also specify filesystem types to be tested:
  $ py.test test/py/tests/test_fs --fs-type fat32 [<other options>]

Signed-off-by: AKASHI Takahiro <takahiro.akashi@linaro.org>
---
 test/py/tests/test_fs/conftest.py    | 218 ++++++++++++++++++++
 test/py/tests/test_fs/fstest_defs.py |  10 +
 test/py/tests/test_fs/test_basic.py  | 287 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 3 files changed, 515 insertions(+)
 create mode 100644 test/py/tests/test_fs/conftest.py
 create mode 100644 test/py/tests/test_fs/fstest_defs.py
 create mode 100644 test/py/tests/test_fs/test_basic.py
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diff --git a/test/py/tests/test_fs/conftest.py b/test/py/tests/test_fs/conftest.py
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..3437accc971f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/test/py/tests/test_fs/conftest.py
@@ -0,0 +1,218 @@ 
+# SPDX-License-Identifier:      GPL-2.0+
+# Copyright (c) 2018, Linaro Limited
+# Author: Takahiro Akashi <takahiro.akashi@linaro.org>
+
+import os
+import os.path
+import pytest
+import re
+from subprocess import call, check_call, check_output, CalledProcessError
+from fstest_defs import *
+
+supported_fs_basic = ['fat16', 'fat32', 'ext4']
+
+#
+# Filesystem test specific setup
+#
+def pytest_addoption(parser):
+    parser.addoption('--fs-type', action='append', default=None,
+        help='Targeting Filesystem Types')
+
+def pytest_configure(config):
+    global supported_fs_basic
+
+    def intersect(listA, listB):
+        return  [x for x in listA if x in listB]
+
+    supported_fs = config.getoption('fs_type')
+    if supported_fs:
+        print("*** FS TYPE modified: %s" % supported_fs)
+        supported_fs_basic =  intersect(supported_fs, supported_fs_basic)
+
+def pytest_generate_tests(metafunc):
+    if 'fs_obj_basic' in metafunc.fixturenames:
+        metafunc.parametrize('fs_obj_basic', supported_fs_basic,
+            indirect=True, scope='module')
+
+#
+# Helper functions
+#
+def fstype_to_ubname(fs_type):
+    if re.match('fat', fs_type):
+        return 'fat'
+    else:
+        return fs_type
+
+def check_ubconfig(config, fs_type):
+    if not config.buildconfig.get('config_cmd_%s' % fs_type, None):
+        pytest.skip('.config feature "CMD_%s" not enabled' % fs_type.upper())
+    if not config.buildconfig.get('config_%s_write' % fs_type, None):
+        pytest.skip('.config feature "%s_WRITE" not enabled'
+        % fs_type.upper())
+
+def mk_fs(config, fs_type, size, id):
+    fs_img = '%s.%s.img' % (id, fs_type)
+    fs_img = config.persistent_data_dir + '/' + fs_img
+
+    if fs_type == 'fat16':
+        mkfs_opt = '-F 16'
+    elif fs_type == 'fat32':
+        mkfs_opt = '-F 32'
+    else:
+        mkfs_opt = ''
+
+    if re.match('fat', fs_type):
+        fs_lnxtype = 'vfat'
+    else:
+        fs_lnxtype = fs_type
+
+    count = (size + 1048576 - 1) / 1048576
+
+    try:
+        check_call('rm -f %s' % fs_img, shell=True)
+        check_call('dd if=/dev/zero of=%s bs=1M count=%d'
+            % (fs_img, count), shell=True)
+        check_call('mkfs.%s %s %s'
+            % (fs_lnxtype, mkfs_opt, fs_img), shell=True)
+        return fs_img
+    except CalledProcessError:
+        call('rm -f %s' % fs_img, shell=True)
+        raise
+
+# from test/py/conftest.py
+def tool_is_in_path(tool):
+    for path in os.environ["PATH"].split(os.pathsep):
+        fn = os.path.join(path, tool)
+        if os.path.isfile(fn) and os.access(fn, os.X_OK):
+            return True
+    return False
+
+fuse_mounted = False
+
+def mount_fs(fs_type, device, mount_point):
+    global fuse_mounted
+
+    fuse_mounted = False
+    try:
+        if tool_is_in_path('guestmount'):
+            fuse_mounted = True
+            check_call('guestmount -a %s -m /dev/sda %s'
+                % (device, mount_point), shell=True)
+        else:
+            mount_opt = "loop,rw"
+            if re.match('fat', fs_type):
+                mount_opt += ",umask=0000"
+
+            check_call('sudo mount -o %s %s %s'
+                % (mount_opt, device, mount_point), shell=True)
+
+            # may not be effective for some file systems
+            check_call('sudo chmod a+rw %s' % mount_point, shell=True)
+    except CalledProcessError:
+        raise
+
+def umount_fs(fs_type, mount_point):
+    if fuse_mounted:
+        call('sync')
+        call('guestunmount %s' % mount_point, shell=True)
+    else:
+        call('sudo umount %s' % mount_point, shell=True)
+
+#
+# Fixture for basic fs test
+#     derived from test/fs/fs-test.sh
+#
+# NOTE: yield_fixture was deprecated since pytest-3.0
+@pytest.yield_fixture()
+def fs_obj_basic(request, u_boot_config):
+    fs_type = request.param
+    fs_img = ''
+
+    fs_ubtype = fstype_to_ubname(fs_type)
+    check_ubconfig(u_boot_config, fs_ubtype)
+
+    mount_dir = u_boot_config.persistent_data_dir + '/mnt'
+
+    small_file = mount_dir + '/' + SMALL_FILE
+    big_file = mount_dir + '/' + BIG_FILE
+
+    try:
+
+        # 3GiB volume
+        fs_img = mk_fs(u_boot_config, fs_type, 0xc0000000, '3GB')
+
+        # Mount the image so we can populate it.
+        check_call('mkdir -p %s' % mount_dir, shell=True)
+        mount_fs(fs_type, fs_img, mount_dir)
+
+        # Create a subdirectory.
+        check_call('mkdir %s/SUBDIR' % mount_dir, shell=True)
+
+        # Create big file in this image.
+        # Note that we work only on the start 1MB, couple MBs in the 2GB range
+        # and the last 1 MB of the huge 2.5GB file.
+        # So, just put random values only in those areas.
+        check_call('dd if=/dev/urandom of=%s bs=1M count=1'
+	    % big_file, shell=True)
+        check_call('dd if=/dev/urandom of=%s bs=1M count=2 seek=2047'
+            % big_file, shell=True)
+        check_call('dd if=/dev/urandom of=%s bs=1M count=1 seek=2499'
+            % big_file, shell=True)
+
+        # Create a small file in this image.
+        check_call('dd if=/dev/urandom of=%s bs=1M count=1'
+	    % small_file, shell=True)
+
+        # Delete the small file copies which possibly are written as part of a
+        # previous test.
+        # check_call('rm -f "%s.w"' % MB1, shell=True)
+        # check_call('rm -f "%s.w2"' % MB1, shell=True)
+
+        # Generate the md5sums of reads that we will test against small file
+        out = check_output(
+            'dd if=%s bs=1M skip=0 count=1 2> /dev/null | md5sum'
+	    % small_file, shell=True)
+        md5val = [ out.split()[0] ]
+
+        # Generate the md5sums of reads that we will test against big file
+        # One from beginning of file.
+        out = check_output(
+            'dd if=%s bs=1M skip=0 count=1 2> /dev/null | md5sum'
+	    % big_file, shell=True)
+        md5val.append(out.split()[0])
+
+        # One from end of file.
+        out = check_output(
+            'dd if=%s bs=1M skip=2499 count=1 2> /dev/null | md5sum'
+	    % big_file, shell=True)
+        md5val.append(out.split()[0])
+
+        # One from the last 1MB chunk of 2GB
+        out = check_output(
+            'dd if=%s bs=1M skip=2047 count=1 2> /dev/null | md5sum'
+	    % big_file, shell=True)
+        md5val.append(out.split()[0])
+
+        # One from the start 1MB chunk from 2GB
+        out = check_output(
+            'dd if=%s bs=1M skip=2048 count=1 2> /dev/null | md5sum'
+	    % big_file, shell=True)
+        md5val.append(out.split()[0])
+
+        # One 1MB chunk crossing the 2GB boundary
+        out = check_output(
+            'dd if=%s bs=512K skip=4095 count=2 2> /dev/null | md5sum'
+	    % big_file, shell=True)
+        md5val.append(out.split()[0])
+
+        umount_fs(fs_type, mount_dir)
+    except CalledProcessError:
+        pytest.skip('Setup failed for filesystem: ' + fs_type)
+        return
+    else:
+        yield [fs_ubtype, fs_img, md5val]
+    finally:
+        umount_fs(fs_type, mount_dir)
+        call('rmdir %s' % mount_dir, shell=True)
+        if fs_img:
+            call('rm -f %s' % fs_img, shell=True)
diff --git a/test/py/tests/test_fs/fstest_defs.py b/test/py/tests/test_fs/fstest_defs.py
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..f26dd06cacf2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/test/py/tests/test_fs/fstest_defs.py
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@ 
+# SPDX-License-Identifier:      GPL-2.0+
+
+# $SMALL_FILE is the name of the 1MB file in the file system image
+SMALL_FILE='1MB.file'
+
+# $BIG_FILE is the name of the 2.5GB file in the file system image
+BIG_FILE='2.5GB.file'
+
+ADDR=0x01000008
+LENGTH=0x00100000
diff --git a/test/py/tests/test_fs/test_basic.py b/test/py/tests/test_fs/test_basic.py
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..c067cc9ba3f6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/test/py/tests/test_fs/test_basic.py
@@ -0,0 +1,287 @@ 
+# SPDX-License-Identifier:      GPL-2.0+
+# Copyright (c) 2018, Linaro Limited
+# Author: Takahiro Akashi <takahiro.akashi@linaro.org>
+#
+# U-Boot File System:Basic Test
+
+"""
+This test verifies basic read/write operation on file system.
+"""
+
+import pytest
+import re
+from fstest_defs import *
+
+@pytest.mark.boardspec('sandbox')
+class TestFsBasic(object):
+    def test_fs1(self, u_boot_console, fs_obj_basic):
+        """
+        Test Case 1 - ls command, listing a root directory and invalid directory
+        """
+        fs_type,fs_img,md5val = fs_obj_basic
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 1a - ls'):
+            # Test Case 1 - ls
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'host bind 0 %s' % fs_img,
+                '%sls host 0:0' % fs_type])
+            assert(re.search('2621440000 *%s' % BIG_FILE, ''.join(output)))
+            assert(re.search('1048576 *%s' % SMALL_FILE, ''.join(output)))
+
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 1b - ls (invalid dir)'):
+            # In addition, test with a nonexistent directory to see if we crash.
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command(
+                '%sls host 0:0 invalid_d' % fs_type)
+            if fs_type == 'ext4':
+                assert('Can not find directory' in output)
+            else:
+                assert('' == output)
+
+    def test_fs2(self, u_boot_console, fs_obj_basic):
+        """
+        Test Case 2 - size command for a small file
+        """
+        fs_type,fs_img,md5val = fs_obj_basic
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 2a - size (small)'):
+            # 1MB is 0x0010 0000
+            # Test Case 2a - size of small file
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'host bind 0 %s' % fs_img,
+                '%ssize host 0:0 /%s' % (fs_type, SMALL_FILE),
+                'printenv filesize',
+                'setenv filesize'])
+            assert('filesize=100000' in ''.join(output))
+
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 2b - size (/../<file>)'):
+            # Test Case 2b - size of small file via a path using '..'
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                '%ssize host 0:0 /SUBDIR/../%s' % (fs_type, SMALL_FILE),
+                'printenv filesize',
+                'setenv filesize'])
+            assert('filesize=100000' in ''.join(output))
+
+    def test_fs3(self, u_boot_console, fs_obj_basic):
+        """
+        Test Case 3 - size command for a large file
+        """
+        fs_type,fs_img,md5val = fs_obj_basic
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 3 - size (large)'):
+            # 2.5GB (1024*1024*2500) is 0x9C40 0000
+            # Test Case 3 - size of big file
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'host bind 0 %s' % fs_img,
+                '%ssize host 0:0 /%s' % (fs_type, BIG_FILE),
+                'printenv filesize',
+                'setenv filesize'])
+            assert('filesize=9c400000' in ''.join(output))
+
+    def test_fs4(self, u_boot_console, fs_obj_basic):
+        """
+        Test Case 4 - load a small file, 1MB
+        """
+        fs_type,fs_img,md5val = fs_obj_basic
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 4 - load (small)'):
+            # Test Case 4a - Read full 1MB of small file
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'host bind 0 %s' % fs_img,
+                '%sload host 0:0 %x /%s' % (fs_type, ADDR, SMALL_FILE),
+                'printenv filesize'])
+            assert('filesize=100000' in ''.join(output))
+
+            # Test Case 4b - Read full 1MB of small file
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'md5sum %x $filesize' % ADDR,
+                'setenv filesize'])
+            assert(md5val[0] in ''.join(output))
+
+    def test_fs5(self, u_boot_console, fs_obj_basic):
+        """
+        Test Case 5 - load, reading first 1MB of 3GB file
+        """
+        fs_type,fs_img,md5val = fs_obj_basic
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 5 - load (first 1MB)'):
+            # Test Case 5a - First 1MB of big file
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'host bind 0 %s' % fs_img,
+                '%sload host 0:0 %x /%s %x 0x0' % (fs_type, ADDR, BIG_FILE, LENGTH),
+                'printenv filesize'])
+            assert('filesize=100000' in ''.join(output))
+
+            # Test Case 5b - First 1MB of big file
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'md5sum %x $filesize' % ADDR,
+                'setenv filesize'])
+            assert(md5val[1] in ''.join(output))
+
+    def test_fs6(self, u_boot_console, fs_obj_basic):
+        """
+        Test Case 6 - load, reading last 1MB of 3GB file
+        """
+        fs_type,fs_img,md5val = fs_obj_basic
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 6 - load (last 1MB)'):
+            # fails for ext as no offset support
+            # Test Case 6a - Last 1MB of big file
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'host bind 0 %s' % fs_img,
+                '%sload host 0:0 %x /%s %x 0x9c300000'
+                    % (fs_type, ADDR, BIG_FILE, LENGTH),
+                'printenv filesize'])
+            assert('filesize=100000' in ''.join(output))
+
+            # Test Case 6b - Last 1MB of big file
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'md5sum %x $filesize' % ADDR,
+                'setenv filesize'])
+            assert(md5val[2] in ''.join(output))
+
+    def test_fs7(self, u_boot_console, fs_obj_basic):
+        """
+        Test Case 7 - load, 1MB from the last 1MB in 2GB
+        """
+        fs_type,fs_img,md5val = fs_obj_basic
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 7 - load (last 1MB in 2GB)'):
+            # fails for ext as no offset support
+            # Test Case 7a - One from the last 1MB chunk of 2GB
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'host bind 0 %s' % fs_img,
+                '%sload host 0:0 %x /%s %x 0x7ff00000'
+                    % (fs_type, ADDR, BIG_FILE, LENGTH),
+                'printenv filesize'])
+            assert('filesize=100000' in ''.join(output))
+
+            # Test Case 7b - One from the last 1MB chunk of 2GB
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'md5sum %x $filesize' % ADDR,
+                'setenv filesize'])
+            assert(md5val[3] in ''.join(output))
+
+    def test_fs8(self, u_boot_console, fs_obj_basic):
+        """
+        Test Case 8 - load, reading first 1MB in 2GB
+        """
+        fs_type,fs_img,md5val = fs_obj_basic
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 8 - load (first 1MB in 2GB)'):
+            # fails for ext as no offset support
+            # Test Case 8a - One from the start 1MB chunk from 2GB
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'host bind 0 %s' % fs_img,
+                '%sload host 0:0 %x /%s %x 0x80000000'
+                    % (fs_type, ADDR, BIG_FILE, LENGTH),
+                'printenv filesize'])
+            assert('filesize=100000' in ''.join(output))
+
+            # Test Case 8b - One from the start 1MB chunk from 2GB
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'md5sum %x $filesize' % ADDR,
+                'setenv filesize'])
+            assert(md5val[4] in ''.join(output))
+
+    def test_fs9(self, u_boot_console, fs_obj_basic):
+        """
+        Test Case 9 - load, 1MB crossing 2GB boundary
+        """
+        fs_type,fs_img,md5val = fs_obj_basic
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 9 - load (crossing 2GB boundary)'):
+            # fails for ext as no offset support
+            # Test Case 9a - One 1MB chunk crossing the 2GB boundary
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'host bind 0 %s' % fs_img,
+                '%sload host 0:0 %x /%s %x 0x7ff80000'
+                    % (fs_type, ADDR, BIG_FILE, LENGTH),
+                'printenv filesize'])
+            assert('filesize=100000' in ''.join(output))
+
+            # Test Case 9b - One 1MB chunk crossing the 2GB boundary
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'md5sum %x $filesize' % ADDR,
+                'setenv filesize'])
+            assert(md5val[5] in ''.join(output))
+
+    def test_fs10(self, u_boot_console, fs_obj_basic):
+        """
+        Test Case 10 - load, reading beyond file end'):
+        """
+        fs_type,fs_img,md5val = fs_obj_basic
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 10 - load (beyond file end)'):
+            # Generic failure case
+            # Test Case 10 - 2MB chunk from the last 1MB of big file
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'host bind 0 %s' % fs_img,
+                '%sload host 0:0 %x /%s 0x00200000 0x9c300000'
+                    % (fs_type, ADDR, BIG_FILE),
+                'printenv filesize',
+                'md5sum %x $filesize' % ADDR,
+                'setenv filesize'])
+        assert('filesize=100000' in ''.join(output))
+
+    def test_fs11(self, u_boot_console, fs_obj_basic):
+        """
+        Test Case 11 - write'
+        """
+        fs_type,fs_img,md5val = fs_obj_basic
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 11 - write'):
+            # Read 1MB from small file
+            # Write it back to test the writes
+            # Test Case 11a - Check that the write succeeded
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'host bind 0 %s' % fs_img,
+                '%sload host 0:0 %x /%s' % (fs_type, ADDR, SMALL_FILE),
+                '%swrite host 0:0 %x /%s.w $filesize'
+                    % (fs_type, ADDR, SMALL_FILE)])
+            assert('1048576 bytes written' in ''.join(output))
+
+            # Test Case 11b - Check md5 of written to is same
+            # as the one read from
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                '%sload host 0:0 %x /%s.w' % (fs_type, ADDR, SMALL_FILE),
+                'md5sum %x $filesize' % ADDR,
+                'setenv filesize'])
+            assert(md5val[0] in ''.join(output))
+
+    def test_fs12(self, u_boot_console, fs_obj_basic):
+        """
+        Test Case 12 - write to "." directory
+        """
+        fs_type,fs_img,md5val = fs_obj_basic
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 12 - write (".")'):
+            # Next test case checks writing a file whose dirent
+            # is the first in the block, which is always true for "."
+            # The write should fail, but the lookup should work
+            # Test Case 12 - Check directory traversal
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'host bind 0 %s' % fs_img,
+                '%swrite host 0:0 %x /. 0x10' % (fs_type, ADDR)])
+            assert('Unable to write' in ''.join(output))
+
+    def test_fs13(self, u_boot_console, fs_obj_basic):
+        """
+        Test Case 13 - write to a file with "/./<filename>"
+        """
+        fs_type,fs_img,md5val = fs_obj_basic
+        with u_boot_console.log.section('Test Case 13 - write  ("./<file>")'):
+            # Read 1MB from small file
+            # Write it via "same directory", i.e. "." dirent
+            # Test Case 13a - Check directory traversal
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'host bind 0 %s' % fs_img,
+                '%sload host 0:0 %x /%s' % (fs_type, ADDR, SMALL_FILE),
+                '%swrite host 0:0 %x /./%s2 $filesize'
+                    % (fs_type, ADDR, SMALL_FILE)])
+            assert('1048576 bytes written' in ''.join(output))
+
+            # Test Case 13b - Check md5 of written to is same
+            # as the one read from
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'mw.b %x 00 100' % ADDR,
+                '%sload host 0:0 %x /./%s2' % (fs_type, ADDR, SMALL_FILE),
+                'md5sum %x $filesize' % ADDR,
+                'setenv filesize'])
+            assert(md5val[0] in ''.join(output))
+
+            # Test Case 13c - Check md5 of written to is same
+            # as the one read from
+            output = u_boot_console.run_command_list([
+                'mw.b %x 00 100' % ADDR,
+                '%sload host 0:0 %x /%s2' % (fs_type, ADDR, SMALL_FILE),
+                'md5sum %x $filesize' % ADDR,
+                'setenv filesize'])
+            assert(md5val[0] in ''.join(output))