Commit 03595b40 authored by Rohit Gupta's avatar Rohit Gupta
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added files for autotest framework

parent 1c0a59ff
#******************************************************************************
# Eurecom OpenAirInterface
# Copyright(c) 1999 - 2013 Eurecom
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# version 2, as published by the Free Software Foundation.
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# the file called "COPYING".
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#*****************************************************************************
# \file openair.py
# \brief class that define the oaisim class and its attributes
# \author Navid Nikaein
# \date 2013
# \version 0.1
# @ingroup _test
import pexpect
import pxssh
import time
import os
import array
import shutil
import subprocess
# import call
from core import *
SHELL = '/bin/bash'
class openair(core):
def __init__(self, hostname, address):
self.error = '% '
self.hostname = hostname
self.address = address
self.localhost = None
core.__init__(self)
@property
def localhost(self):
if self.localhost :
return self.localhost
elif self.hostname in ['localhost', '127.0.0.7', '::1'] :
self.localhost = self.hostname
return self.localhost
@localhost.setter
def localhost(self,localhost):
self.localhost = localhost
def shcmd(self,cmd,sudo=False):
if sudo:
cmd = "sudo %s" % command
proc = subprocess.Popen(command, shell=True,
stdout = subprocess.PIPE,
stderr = subprocess.PIPE)
stdout, stderr = proc.communicate()
return (stdout, stderr)
def connect(self, username, password, prompt='PEXPECT_OAI'):
self.prompt1 = prompt
self.prompt2 = prompt
self.password = ''
# 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
try:
if not username:
username = root
if not password:
password = username
self.oai = pxssh.pxssh()
self.oai.login(self.address,username,password)
self.oai.sendline('PS1='+self.prompt1)
self.oai.PROMPT='PEXPECT_OAI'
# need to look for twice the string of the prompt
self.oai.prompt()
self.oai.prompt()
self.oai.sendline('uptime')
self.oai.prompt()
print self.oai.before
except Error, val :
print "Error: can't connect to"+username+"@"+self.address
def connect2(self, username, password, prompt='$'):
self.prompt1 = prompt
self.prompt2 = prompt
self.password = password
while 1:
try:
if not username:
username = root
if not password:
password = username
self.oai = pexpect.spawn('ssh -o "UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null" -o "StrictHostKeyChecking=no" -o "ConnectionAttempts=1" ' \
+ username + '@' + self.address)
index = self.oai.expect([re.escape(self.prompt1), re.escape(self.prompt2), pexpect.TIMEOUT], timeout=40)
if index == 0 :
return 'Ok'
else :
index = self.oai.expect(['password:', pexpect.TIMEOUT], timeout=40)
if index == 0 :
self.oai.sendline(password)
index = self.oai.expect([re.escape(self.prompt1), re.escape(self.prompt2), pexpect.TIMEOUT], timeout=10)
if index != 0:
print 'ERROR! could not login with SSH.'
print 'Expected ' + self.prompt1 + ', received >>>>' + self.oai.before + '<<<<'
sys.exit(1)
return 'Ok'
except Exception, val:
time.sleep(5)
print "Error:", val
def connect_localshell(self, prompt='$'):
self.prompt1 = prompt
self.prompt2 = prompt
while 1:
try:
# start a shell and use the current environment
self.oai = pexpect.spawn('bash --norc --noprofile')
index = self.oai.expect([re.escape(self.prompt1), re.escape(self.prompt2), pexpect.TIMEOUT], timeout=40)
if index == 0 :
return 'Ok'
else :
sys.exit(1)
except Exception, val:
time.sleep(5)
print "Error:", val
def disconnect(self):
print 'disconnecting the ssh connection to ' + self.address + '\n'
self.oai.send('exit')
# self.cancel()
def kill(self, user, pw):
try:
if user == 'root' :
os.system('pkill oaisim')
os.system('pkill cc1')
time.sleep(1)
os.system('pkill oaisim')
else :
os.system('echo '+pw+' | sudo -S pkill oaisim')
os.system('echo '+pw+' | sudo -S pkill cc1')
time.sleep(1)
os.system('echo '+pw+' | sudo -S pkill oaisim')
except Error, val:
print "Error:", val
def rm_driver(self,oai,user, pw):
try:
if user == 'root' :
#oai.send_nowait('rmmod nasmesh;')
os.system('rmmod nasmesh;')
else :
oai.send_nowait('echo '+pw+ ' | sudo -S rmmod nasmesh;')
#os.system('echo '+pw+ ' | sudo -S rmmod nasmesh;')
except Error, val:
print "Error removing oai network driver module:", val
def driver(self,oai,user,pw):
#pwd = oai.send_recv('pwd')
oai.send('cd $OPENAIR_TARGETS;')
oai.send('cd SIMU/USER;')
try:
if user == 'root' :
oai.send_nowait('insmod ./nasmesh.ko;')
else :
oai.send('echo '+pw+ ' | sudo -S insmod ./nasmesh.ko;')
except Error, val:
print "Error inserting oai network driver module:", val
def cleandir (self, logdir,debug) :
for filename in os.listdir(logdir):
filepath = os.path.join(logdir, filename)
if debug == 2 :
print 'logdir is ' + logdir
print 'filepath is ' + filepath
try:
shutil.rmtree(filepath)
except OSError:
os.remove(filepath)
#print 'Could not remove the filepath'+ filepath + ' with error ' + OSError
def create_dir(self,dirname,debug) :
if not os.path.exists(dirname) :
try:
os.makedirs(dirname,0755)
except OSError:
# There was an error on creation, so make sure we know about it
raise
def cpu_freq(self):
freq=0
proc = subprocess.Popen(["cat","/proc/cpuinfo"],
stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
out, err = proc.communicate()
for line in out.split("\n"):
if "cpu MHz" in line:
freq = float(line.split(":")[1])
break
return freq
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