Commit 91c43fa2 authored by Rohit Gupta's avatar Rohit Gupta

updates for terminating program after fatal SSH Errors

parent 959f13e1
......@@ -83,10 +83,13 @@ class openair(core):
return (stdout, stderr)
def connect(self, username, password, prompt='PEXPECT_OAI'):
while True:
max_retries=100
i=0
while i <= max_retries:
self.prompt1 = prompt
self.prompt2 = prompt
self.password = ''
i=i+1
# WE do not store the password when sending commands for secuirity reasons. The password might be accidentally logged in such cases.
#The password is used only to make ssh connections. In case user wants to run programs with sudo, then he/she needs to add following line in /etc/sudoers
# your_user_name ALL=(ALL:ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL
......@@ -113,7 +116,9 @@ class openair(core):
print error
print "Retrying again in 1 seconds"
time.sleep(1)
#sys.exit(1)
if i==max_retries:
print "Fatal Error: Terminating the program now..."
sys.exit(1)
def connect2(self, username, password, prompt='$'):
self.prompt1 = prompt
......
......@@ -273,9 +273,12 @@ def SSHSessionWrapper(machine, username, key_file, password, logdir_remote_testc
error = error + '\n username = ' + username + '\n machine = ' + machine + '\n logdir_remote = ' + logdir_remote_testcase + '\n logdir_local_base = ' + logdir_local_base
error = error + traceback.format_exc()
print error
print " Trying again in 1 seconds"
print " Retrying again in 1 seconds"
time.sleep(1)
print "Continuing ..."
if i ==max_tries:
print "Fatal Error: Max no of retries reached. Exiting now..."
sys.exit(1)
......
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