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From sailajam...@apache.org
Subject [5/7] git commit: updated refs/heads/4.2 to 20b1a2c
Date Tue, 17 Sep 2013 10:28:11 GMT
Add cpu limits tests from Resource Limits Test set


Project: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cloudstack/repo
Commit: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cloudstack/commit/681eba5c
Tree: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cloudstack/tree/681eba5c
Diff: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cloudstack/diff/681eba5c

Branch: refs/heads/4.2
Commit: 681eba5c817cf56719b4a8708a8496a291da4bf5
Parents: 95273e1
Author: Chirag Jog <chirag@clogeny.com>
Authored: Mon Apr 29 07:53:38 2013 +0530
Committer: sailajam <sailaja.mada@citrix.com>
Committed: Tue Aug 6 13:42:26 2013 +0530

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 test/integration/component/test_cpu_limits.py | 1780 ++++++++++++++++++++
 1 file changed, 1780 insertions(+)
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http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cloudstack/blob/681eba5c/test/integration/component/test_cpu_limits.py
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diff --git a/test/integration/component/test_cpu_limits.py b/test/integration/component/test_cpu_limits.py
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+
+""" P1 tests for resource limits
+"""
+# Import Local Modules
+from nose.plugins.attrib import attr
+from marvin.cloudstackTestCase import cloudstackTestCase, unittest
+from marvin.integration.lib.base import (
+                                        Account,
+                                        ServiceOffering,
+                                        VirtualMachine,
+                                        Network,
+                                        Resources,
+                                        Host
+                                        )
+from marvin.integration.lib.common import (get_domain,
+                                        get_zone,
+                                        get_template,
+                                        cleanup_resources,
+                                        )
+
+
+class Services:
+    """Test resource limit services
+    """
+
+    def __init__(self):
+        self.services = {
+                        "account": {
+                                "email": "test@test.com",
+                                "firstname": "Test",
+                                "lastname": "User",
+                                "username": "resource",
+                                # Random characters are appended for unique
+                                # username
+                                "password": "password",
+                         },
+                         "service_offering": {
+                                "name": "Tiny Instance",
+                                "displaytext": "Tiny Instance",
+                                "cpunumber": 2,
+                                "cpuspeed": 100,    # in MHz
+                                "memory": 128,    # In MBs
+                        },
+                        "virtual_machine": {
+                                "displayname": "TestVM",
+                                "username": "root",
+                                "password": "password",
+                                "ssh_port": 22,
+                                "hypervisor": 'KVM',
+                                "privateport": 22,
+                                "publicport": 22,
+                                "protocol": 'TCP',
+                                },
+                         "network": {
+                                "name": "Test Network",
+                                "displaytext": "Test Network",
+                                "netmask": '255.255.255.0'
+                                },
+                         "project": {
+                                "name": "Project",
+                                "displaytext": "Test project",
+                                },
+                         "domain": {
+                                "name": "Domain",
+                                },
+                        "ostype": 'CentOS 5.3 (64-bit)',
+                        "sleep": 60,
+                        "timeout": 10,
+                        "mode": 'advanced',
+                        # Networking mode: Advanced, Basic
+                    }
+
+
+@unittest.skip("Skipping - Work in progress")
+class TestCPULimits(cloudstackTestCase):
+
+    @classmethod
+    def setUpClass(cls):
+        cls.api_client = super(TestCPULimits,
+                               cls).getClsTestClient().getApiClient()
+        cls.services = Services().services
+        # Get Zone, Domain and templates
+        cls.domain = get_domain(cls.api_client, cls.services)
+        cls.zone = get_zone(cls.api_client, cls.services)
+
+        cls.template = get_template(
+                            cls.api_client,
+                            cls.zone.id,
+                            cls.services["ostype"]
+                            )
+
+        cls.services["virtual_machine"]["zoneid"] = cls.zone.id
+
+        cls._cleanup = []
+        return
+
+    @classmethod
+    def tearDownClass(cls):
+        try:
+            # Cleanup resources used
+            cleanup_resources(cls.api_client, cls._cleanup)
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def setUp(self):
+        self.apiclient = self.testClient.getApiClient()
+        self.dbclient = self.testClient.getDbConnection()
+        self.account = Account.create(
+                            self.apiclient,
+                            self.services["account"],
+                            admin=True
+                            )
+        self.cleanup = [self.account, ]
+        return
+
+    def tearDown(self):
+        try:
+            # Clean up, terminate the created instance, volumes and snapshots
+            cleanup_resources(self.apiclient, self.cleanup)
+            pass
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def create_Instance(self, service_off, networks=None):
+        """Creates an instance in account"""
+        self.debug("Deploying an instance in account: %s" %
+                                                self.account.account.name)
+        try:
+            vm = VirtualMachine.create(
+                                self.apiclient,
+                                self.services["virtual_machine"],
+                                templateid=self.template.id,
+                                accountid=self.account.account.name,
+                                domainid=self.account.account.domainid,
+                                networkids=networks,
+                                serviceofferingid=service_off.id)
+            vms = VirtualMachine.list(self.apiclient, id=vm.id, listall=True)
+            self.assertIsInstance(vms,
+                                  list,
+                                  "List VMs should return a valid response")
+            self.assertEqual(vms[0].state, "Running",
+                             "Vm state should be running after deployment")
+            return vm
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to deploy an instance: %s" % e)
+
+    def get_Network(self, account):
+        """Returns a network for account"""
+
+        networks = Network.list(
+                                self.apiclient,
+                                account=account.account.name,
+                                domainid=account.account.domainid,
+                                listall=True
+                                )
+        self.assertIsInstance(networks,
+                              list,
+                              "List networks should return a valid response")
+        return networks[0]
+
+    def get_Resource_Type(self, resource_id):
+        """Returns resource type"""
+
+        lookup = {1: "VM", 2: "Public IP", 3: "Volume", 4: "Snapshot",
+                     5: "Template", 6: "Projects", 7: "Network", 8: "VPC",
+                     9: "CPUs", 10: "RAM",
+                     11: "Primary (shared) storage (Volumes)",
+                     12: "Secondary storage (Snapshots, Templates & ISOs)",
+                     13: "Network bandwidth rate (in bps)",
+                     14: "Number of times a OS template can be deployed"}
+        return lookup[resource_id]
+
+    def check_Resource_Count(self, account, rtype, delete=False):
+        """Validates the resource count
+            9     - CPUs
+            10    - RAM
+            11    - Primary (shared) storage (Volumes)
+            12    - Secondary storage (Snapshots, Templates & ISOs)
+            13    - Network bandwidth rate (in bps)
+            14    - Number of times a OS template can be deployed"""
+
+        self.debug("Updating the CPU resource count for account: %s" %
+                                                    account.account.name)
+        responses = Resources.updateCount(self.apiclient,
+                              domainid=account.account.domainid,
+                              account=account.account.name,
+                              resourcetype=rtype
+                              )
+        self.assertIsInstance(responses, list,
+                        "Update resource count should return valid response")
+        response = responses[0]
+        self.debug(response.resourcecount)
+        if delete:
+            self.assertEqual(response.resourcecount,
+                         0,
+                         "Resource count for %s should be 0" %
+                                        self.get_Resource_Type(rtype))
+        else:
+            self.assertNotEqual(response.resourcecount,
+                         0,
+                         "Resource count for %s should not be 0" %
+                                        self.get_Resource_Type(rtype))
+        return
+
+    def find_Suitable_Host(self, vm):
+        """Returns a suitable host for VM migration"""
+
+        try:
+            hosts = Host.list(self.apiclient,
+                              virtualmachineid=vm.id,
+                              listall=True)
+            self.assertIsInstance(hosts, list, "Failed to find suitable host")
+            return hosts[0]
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to find suitable host vm migration: %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "advancedns"])
+    def test_01_deploy_vm_with_5_cpus(self):
+        """Test Deploy VM with 5 core CPU & verify the usage"""
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Deploy VM with 5 core CPU & verify the usage
+        # 2. Stop VM & verify the update resource limit of Root Admin Account
+        # 3. Start VM & verify the update resource limit of Root Admin Account
+        # 4. Migrate VM & verify update resource limit of Root Admin Account
+        # 5. Destroy VM & verify update resource limit of Root Admin Account
+
+        self.debug("Creating service offering with 5 CPU cores")
+        self.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(
+                                            self.apiclient,
+                                            self.services["service_offering"]
+                                            )
+        # Adding to cleanup list after execution
+        self.cleanup.append(self.service_offering)
+
+        self.debug("Creating an instance with service offering: %s" %
+                                                    self.service_offering.name)
+        vm = self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+        self.debug("Stopping instance: %s" % vm.name)
+        try:
+            vm.stop(self.apiclient)
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to stop instance: %s" % e)
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+
+        self.debug("Starting instance: %s" % vm.name)
+        try:
+            vm.start(self.apiclient)
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to start instance: %s" % e)
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+
+        host = self.find_Suitable_Host(vm)
+        self.debug("Migrating instance: %s to host: %s" % (vm.name, host.name))
+        try:
+            vm.migrate(self.apiclient, host.id)
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to migrate instance: %s" % e)
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+
+        self.debug("Destroying instance: %s" % vm.name)
+        try:
+            vm.delete(self.apiclient)
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to delete instance: %s" % e)
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9, delete=True)
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "advancedns"])
+    def test_02_deploy_multiple_vm_with_5_cpus(self):
+        """Test Deploy multiple VM with 5 core CPU & verify the usage"""
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create compute offering with 5 core CPU
+        # 2. Deploy multiple VMs with this service offering
+        # 3. Update Resource count for the root admin CPU usage
+        # 4. CPU usage should list properly
+        # 5. Destroy one VM among multiple VM's and verify the resource limit
+        # 6. Migrate VM from & verify resource updates
+        # 7. List resources of Root Admin for CPU
+        # 8. Failed to deploy VM and verify the resource usage
+
+        self.debug("Creating service offering with 5 CPU cores")
+        self.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(
+                                            self.apiclient,
+                                            self.services["service_offering"]
+                                            )
+        # Adding to cleanup list after execution
+        self.cleanup.append(self.service_offering)
+
+        self.debug("Creating an instance with service offering: %s" %
+                                                    self.service_offering.name)
+        vm_1 = self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+        vm_2 = self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+        self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+        self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+        self.debug("Destroying instance: %s" % vm_1.name)
+        try:
+            vm_1.delete(self.apiclient)
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to delete instance: %s" % e)
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+
+        host = self.find_Suitable_Host(vm_2)
+        self.debug("Migrating instance: %s to host: %s" % (vm_2.name,
+                                                           host.name))
+        try:
+            vm_2.migrate(self.apiclient, host.id)
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to migrate instance: %s" % e)
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+        return
+
+
+class TestDomainCPULimits(cloudstackTestCase):
+
+    @classmethod
+    def setUpClass(cls):
+        cls.api_client = super(TestDomainCPULimits,
+                               cls).getClsTestClient().getApiClient()
+        cls.services = Services().services
+        # Get Zone, Domain and templates
+        cls.domain = get_domain(cls.api_client, cls.services)
+        cls.zone = get_zone(cls.api_client, cls.services)
+
+        cls.template = get_template(
+                            cls.api_client,
+                            cls.zone.id,
+                            cls.services["ostype"]
+                            )
+
+        cls.services["virtual_machine"]["zoneid"] = cls.zone.id
+
+        cls._cleanup = []
+        return
+
+    @classmethod
+    def tearDownClass(cls):
+        try:
+            # Cleanup resources used
+            cleanup_resources(cls.api_client, cls._cleanup)
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def setUp(self):
+        self.apiclient = self.testClient.getApiClient()
+        self.dbclient = self.testClient.getDbConnection()
+        self.cleanup = []
+        return
+
+    def tearDown(self):
+        try:
+            # Clean up, terminate the created instance, volumes and snapshots
+            cleanup_resources(self.apiclient, self.cleanup)
+            pass
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def create_Instance(self, service_off, networks=None):
+        """Creates an instance in account"""
+        self.debug("Deploying an instance in account: %s" %
+                                                self.account.account.name)
+        try:
+            vm = VirtualMachine.create(
+                                self.apiclient,
+                                self.services["virtual_machine"],
+                                templateid=self.template.id,
+                                accountid=self.account.account.name,
+                                domainid=self.account.account.domainid,
+                                networkids=networks,
+                                serviceofferingid=service_off.id)
+            vms = VirtualMachine.list(self.apiclient, id=vm.id, listall=True)
+            self.assertIsInstance(vms,
+                                  list,
+                                  "List VMs should return a valid response")
+            self.assertEqual(vms[0].state, "Running",
+                             "Vm state should be running after deployment")
+            return vm
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to deploy an instance: %s" % e)
+
+    def get_Network(self, account):
+        """Returns a network for account"""
+
+        networks = Network.list(
+                                self.apiclient,
+                                account=account.account.name,
+                                domainid=account.account.domainid,
+                                listall=True
+                                )
+        self.assertIsInstance(networks,
+                              list,
+                              "List networks should return a valid response")
+        return networks[0]
+
+    def get_Resource_Type(self, resource_id):
+        """Returns resource type"""
+
+        lookup = {1: "VM", 2: "Public IP", 3: "Volume", 4: "Snapshot",
+                     5: "Template", 6: "Projects", 7: "Network", 8: "VPC",
+                     9: "CPUs", 10: "RAM",
+                     11: "Primary (shared) storage (Volumes)",
+                     12: "Secondary storage (Snapshots, Templates & ISOs)",
+                     13: "Network bandwidth rate (in bps)",
+                     14: "Number of times a OS template can be deployed"}
+        return lookup[resource_id]
+
+    def check_Resource_Count(self, account, rtype, delete=False):
+        """Validates the resource count
+            9     - CPUs
+            10    - RAM
+            11    - Primary (shared) storage (Volumes)
+            12    - Secondary storage (Snapshots, Templates & ISOs)
+            13    - Network bandwidth rate (in bps)
+            14    - Number of times a OS template can be deployed"""
+
+        self.debug("Updating the CPU resource count for account: %s" %
+                                                    account.account.name)
+        responses = Resources.updateCount(self.apiclient,
+                              domainid=account.account.domainid,
+                              account=account.account.name,
+                              resourcetype=rtype
+                              )
+        self.assertIsInstance(responses, list,
+                        "Update resource count should return valid response")
+        response = responses[0]
+        self.debug(response.resourcecount)
+        if delete:
+            self.assertEqual(response.resourcecount,
+                         0,
+                         "Resource count for %s should be 0" %
+                                        self.get_Resource_Type(rtype))
+        else:
+            self.assertNotEqual(response.resourcecount,
+                         0,
+                         "Resource count for %s should not be 0" %
+                                        self.get_Resource_Type(rtype))
+        return
+
+    def find_Suitable_Host(self, vm):
+        """Returns a suitable host for VM migration"""
+
+        try:
+            hosts = Host.list(self.apiclient,
+                              virtualmachineid=vm.id,
+                              listall=True)
+            self.assertIsInstance(hosts, list, "Failed to find suitable host")
+            return hosts[0]
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to find suitable host vm migration: %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def setup_Accounts(self):
+
+        self.debug("Creating a domain under: %s" % self.domain.name)
+        self.parent_domain = Domain.create(self.apiclient,
+                                        services=self.services["domain"],
+                                        parentdomainid=self.domain.id)
+        self.parentd_admin = Account.create(
+                            self.apiclient,
+                            self.services["account"],
+                            admin=True,
+                            domainid=self.domain.id
+                            )
+        # Cleanup the resources created at end of test
+        self.cleanup.append(self.parentd_admin)
+        self.cleanup.append(self.parent_domain)
+
+        self.debug("Updating the CPU resource count for domain: %s" %
+                                                            self.domain.name)
+        Resources.updateLimit(self.apiclient,
+                              resourcetype=9,
+                              max=1280,
+                              account=self.parentd_admin.account.name,
+                              domainid=self.parentd_admin.account.domainid)
+        self.debug("Creating a sub-domain under: %s" % self.domain.name)
+        self.sub_domain = Domain.create(self.apiclient,
+                                        services=self.services["domain"],
+                                        parentdomainid=self.domain.id)
+        self.childd_admin = Account.create(
+                                        self.apiclient,
+                                        self.services["account"],
+                                        admin=True,
+                                        domainid=self.sub_domain.id
+                                        )
+        # Cleanup the resources created at end of test
+        self.cleanup.append(self.childd_admin)
+        self.cleanup.append(self.sub_domain)
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "advancedns"])
+    @attr(configuration='max.account.cpus')
+    def test_01_deploy_vm_with_5_cpus(self):
+        """Test Deploy VM with 5 core CPU & verify the usage"""
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create compute offering with 5 core CPU & Deploy VM as root admin
+        # 2. Update Resource count for the root admin CPU usage
+
+        self.debug("Creating service offering with 5 CPU cores")
+        self.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(
+                                            self.apiclient,
+                                            self.services["service_offering"]
+                                            )
+        # Adding to cleanup list after execution
+        self.cleanup.append(self.service_offering)
+
+        self.debug("Setting up account and domain hierarchy")
+        self.setup_Accounts()
+        users = {self.parent_domain: self.parentd_admin,
+                 self.sub_domain: self.childd_admin
+                 }
+        for domain, admin in users.items():
+            self.account = admin
+            self.domain = domain
+            self.debug("Creating an instance with service offering: %s" %
+                                                    self.service_offering.name)
+            vm = self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+            self.debug("Stopping instance: %s" % vm.name)
+            try:
+                vm.stop(self.apiclient)
+            except Exception as e:
+                self.fail("Failed to stop instance: %s" % e)
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+
+            self.debug("Starting instance: %s" % vm.name)
+            try:
+                vm.start(self.apiclient)
+            except Exception as e:
+                self.fail("Failed to start instance: %s" % e)
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+
+            host = self.find_Suitable_Host(vm)
+            self.debug("Migrating instance: %s to host: %s" %
+                                                        (vm.name, host.name))
+            try:
+                vm.migrate(self.apiclient, host.id)
+            except Exception as e:
+                self.fail("Failed to migrate instance: %s" % e)
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+
+            self.debug("Destroying instance: %s" % vm.name)
+            try:
+                vm.delete(self.apiclient)
+            except Exception as e:
+                self.fail("Failed to delete instance: %s" % e)
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9,
+                                      delete=True)
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "advancedns"])
+    @attr(configuration='max.account.cpus')
+    def test_02_deploy_multiple_vm_with_5_cpus(self):
+        """Test Deploy multiple VM with 5 core CPU & verify the usage"""
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create compute offering with 5 core CPU
+        # 2. Deploy multiple VMs with this service offering
+        # 3. Update Resource count for the root admin CPU usage
+        # 4. CPU usage should list properly
+
+        self.debug("Creating service offering with 5 CPU cores")
+        self.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(
+                                            self.apiclient,
+                                            self.services["service_offering"]
+                                            )
+        # Adding to cleanup list after execution
+        self.cleanup.append(self.service_offering)
+
+        self.debug("Setting up account and domain hierarchy")
+        self.setup_Accounts()
+        users = {self.parent_domain: self.parentd_admin,
+                 self.sub_domain: self.childd_admin
+                 }
+        for domain, admin in users.items():
+            self.account = admin
+            self.domain = domain
+            self.debug("Creating an instance with service offering: %s" %
+                                                    self.service_offering.name)
+            vm_1 = self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+            vm_2 = self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+            vm_3 = self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+            vm_4 = self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+            self.debug("Deploying instance - CPU capacity is fully utilized")
+#            with self.assertRaises(Exception):
+#                self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+            self.debug("Destroying instance: %s" % vm_1.name)
+            try:
+                vm_1.delete(self.apiclient)
+            except Exception as e:
+                self.fail("Failed to delete instance: %s" % e)
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+
+            host = self.find_Suitable_Host(vm_2)
+            self.debug("Migrating instance: %s to host: %s" % (vm_2.name,
+                                                               host.name))
+            try:
+                vm_2.migrate(self.apiclient, host.id)
+            except Exception as e:
+                self.fail("Failed to migrate instance: %s" % e)
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+        return
+
+
+class TestCPULimitsUpdateResources(cloudstackTestCase):
+
+    @classmethod
+    def setUpClass(cls):
+        cls.api_client = super(TestCPULimitsUpdateResources,
+                               cls).getClsTestClient().getApiClient()
+        cls.services = Services().services
+        # Get Zone, Domain and templates
+        cls.domain = get_domain(cls.api_client, cls.services)
+        cls.zone = get_zone(cls.api_client, cls.services)
+
+        cls.template = get_template(
+                            cls.api_client,
+                            cls.zone.id,
+                            cls.services["ostype"]
+                            )
+
+        cls.services["virtual_machine"]["zoneid"] = cls.zone.id
+
+        cls._cleanup = []
+        return
+
+    @classmethod
+    def tearDownClass(cls):
+        try:
+            # Cleanup resources used
+            cleanup_resources(cls.api_client, cls._cleanup)
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def setUp(self):
+        self.apiclient = self.testClient.getApiClient()
+        self.dbclient = self.testClient.getDbConnection()
+        self.cleanup = []
+        return
+
+    def tearDown(self):
+        try:
+            # Clean up, terminate the created instance, volumes and snapshots
+            cleanup_resources(self.apiclient, self.cleanup)
+            pass
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def create_Instance(self, service_off, networks=None):
+        """Creates an instance in account"""
+        self.debug("Deploying an instance in account: %s" %
+                                                self.account.account.name)
+        try:
+            vm = VirtualMachine.create(
+                                self.apiclient,
+                                self.services["virtual_machine"],
+                                templateid=self.template.id,
+                                accountid=self.account.account.name,
+                                domainid=self.account.account.domainid,
+                                networkids=networks,
+                                serviceofferingid=service_off.id)
+            vms = VirtualMachine.list(self.apiclient, id=vm.id, listall=True)
+            self.assertIsInstance(vms,
+                                  list,
+                                  "List VMs should return a valid response")
+            self.assertEqual(vms[0].state, "Running",
+                             "Vm state should be running after deployment")
+            return vm
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to deploy an instance: %s" % e)
+
+    def get_Network(self, account):
+        """Returns a network for account"""
+
+        networks = Network.list(
+                                self.apiclient,
+                                account=account.account.name,
+                                domainid=account.account.domainid,
+                                listall=True
+                                )
+        self.assertIsInstance(networks,
+                              list,
+                              "List networks should return a valid response")
+        return networks[0]
+
+    def get_Resource_Type(self, resource_id):
+        """Returns resource type"""
+
+        lookup = {1: "VM", 2: "Public IP", 3: "Volume", 4: "Snapshot",
+                     5: "Template", 6: "Projects", 7: "Network", 8: "VPC",
+                     9: "CPUs", 10: "RAM",
+                     11: "Primary (shared) storage (Volumes)",
+                     12: "Secondary storage (Snapshots, Templates & ISOs)",
+                     13: "Network bandwidth rate (in bps)",
+                     14: "Number of times a OS template can be deployed"}
+        return lookup[resource_id]
+
+    def check_Resource_Count(self, account, rtype, delete=False):
+        """Validates the resource count
+            9     - CPUs
+            10    - RAM
+            11    - Primary (shared) storage (Volumes)
+            12    - Secondary storage (Snapshots, Templates & ISOs)
+            13    - Network bandwidth rate (in bps)
+            14    - Number of times a OS template can be deployed"""
+
+        self.debug("Updating the CPU resource count for account: %s" %
+                                                    account.account.name)
+        responses = Resources.updateCount(self.apiclient,
+                              domainid=account.account.domainid,
+                              account=account.account.name,
+                              resourcetype=rtype
+                              )
+        self.assertIsInstance(responses, list,
+                        "Update resource count should return valid response")
+        response = responses[0]
+        self.debug(response.resourcecount)
+        if delete:
+            self.assertEqual(response.resourcecount,
+                         0,
+                         "Resource count for %s should be 0" %
+                                        self.get_Resource_Type(rtype))
+        else:
+            self.assertNotEqual(response.resourcecount,
+                         0,
+                         "Resource count for %s should not be 0" %
+                                        self.get_Resource_Type(rtype))
+        return
+
+    def find_Suitable_Host(self, vm):
+        """Returns a suitable host for VM migration"""
+
+        try:
+            hosts = Host.list(self.apiclient,
+                              virtualmachineid=vm.id,
+                              listall=True)
+            self.assertIsInstance(hosts, list, "Failed to find suitable host")
+            return hosts[0]
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to find suitable host vm migration: %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def setup_Accounts(self):
+
+        self.debug("Creating a domain under: %s" % self.domain.name)
+        self.parent_domain = Domain.create(self.apiclient,
+                                        services=self.services["domain"],
+                                        parentdomainid=self.domain.id)
+        self.parentd_admin = Account.create(
+                            self.apiclient,
+                            self.services["account"],
+                            admin=True,
+                            domainid=self.domain.id
+                            )
+        # Cleanup the resources created at end of test
+        self.cleanup.append(self.parentd_admin)
+        self.cleanup.append(self.parent_domain)
+        self.debug("Updating the CPU resource count for domain: %s" %
+                                                            self.domain.name)
+        Resources.updateLimit(self.apiclient,
+                              resourcetype=9,
+                              max=1280,
+                              account=self.parentd_admin.account.name,
+                              domainid=self.parentd_admin.account.domainid)
+        self.debug("Creating a sub-domain under: %s" % self.domain.name)
+        self.sub_domain = Domain.create(self.apiclient,
+                                        services=self.services["domain"],
+                                        parentdomainid=self.domain.id)
+        self.childd_admin = Account.create(
+                                        self.apiclient,
+                                        self.services["account"],
+                                        admin=True,
+                                        domainid=self.sub_domain.id
+                                        )
+
+        # Cleanup the resources created at end of test
+        self.cleanup.append(self.sub_domain)
+        self.cleanup.append(self.childd_admin)
+        self.debug("Updating the CPU resource count for domain: %s" %
+                                                        self.sub_domain.name)
+        Resources.updateLimit(self.apiclient,
+                              resourcetype=9,
+                              max=1280,
+                              account=self.childd_admin.account.name,
+                              domainid=self.childd_admin.account.domainid)
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "advancedns"])
+    def test_01_deploy_vm_with_5_cpus(self):
+        """Test Deploy VM with 5 core CPU & verify the usage"""
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create compute offering with 5 core CPU & Deploy VM as root admin
+        # 2. Update Resource count for the root admin CPU usage
+
+        self.debug("Creating service offering with 5 CPU cores")
+        self.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(
+                                            self.apiclient,
+                                            self.services["service_offering"]
+                                            )
+        # Adding to cleanup list after execution
+        self.cleanup.append(self.service_offering)
+
+        self.debug("Setting up account and domain hierarchy")
+        self.setup_Accounts()
+        users = {self.parent_domain: self.parentd_admin,
+                 self.sub_domain: self.childd_admin
+                 }
+        for domain, admin in users.items():
+            self.account = admin
+            self.domain = domain
+            self.debug("Creating an instance with service offering: %s" %
+                                                    self.service_offering.name)
+            vm = self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+            self.debug("Stopping instance: %s" % vm.name)
+            try:
+                vm.stop(self.apiclient)
+            except Exception as e:
+                self.fail("Failed to stop instance: %s" % e)
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+
+            self.debug("Starting instance: %s" % vm.name)
+            try:
+                vm.start(self.apiclient)
+            except Exception as e:
+                self.fail("Failed to start instance: %s" % e)
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+
+            host = self.find_Suitable_Host(vm)
+            self.debug("Migrating instance: %s to host: %s" %
+                                                        (vm.name, host.name))
+            try:
+                vm.migrate(self.apiclient, host.id)
+            except Exception as e:
+                self.fail("Failed to migrate instance: %s" % e)
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+
+            self.debug("Destroying instance: %s" % vm.name)
+            try:
+                vm.delete(self.apiclient)
+            except Exception as e:
+                self.fail("Failed to delete instance: %s" % e)
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9,
+                                      delete=True)
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "advancedns"])
+    def test_02_deploy_multiple_vm_with_5_cpus(self):
+        """Test Deploy multiple VM with 5 core CPU & verify the usage"""
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create compute offering with 5 core CPU
+        # 2. Deploy multiple VMs with this service offering
+        # 3. Update Resource count for the root admin CPU usage
+        # 4. CPU usage should list properly
+
+        self.debug("Creating service offering with 5 CPU cores")
+        self.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(
+                                            self.apiclient,
+                                            self.services["service_offering"]
+                                            )
+        # Adding to cleanup list after execution
+        self.cleanup.append(self.service_offering)
+
+        self.debug("Setting up account and domain hierarchy")
+        self.setup_Accounts()
+        users = {self.parent_domain: self.parentd_admin,
+                 self.sub_domain: self.childd_admin
+                 }
+        for domain, admin in users.items():
+            self.account = admin
+            self.domain = domain
+            self.debug("Creating an instance with service offering: %s" %
+                                                    self.service_offering.name)
+            vm_1 = self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+            vm_2 = self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+            vm_3 = self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+            vm_4 = self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+            self.debug("Deploying instance - CPU capacity is fully utilized")
+#            with self.assertRaises(Exception):
+#                self.create_Instance(service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+            self.debug("Destroying instance: %s" % vm_1.name)
+            try:
+                vm_1.delete(self.apiclient)
+            except Exception as e:
+                self.fail("Failed to delete instance: %s" % e)
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+
+            host = self.find_Suitable_Host(vm_2)
+            self.debug("Migrating instance: %s to host: %s" % (vm_2.name,
+                                                               host.name))
+            try:
+                vm_2.migrate(self.apiclient, host.id)
+            except Exception as e:
+                self.fail("Failed to migrate instance: %s" % e)
+            self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.account, rtype=9)
+        return
+
+
+class TestMultipleChildDomains(cloudstackTestCase):
+
+    @classmethod
+    def setUpClass(cls):
+        cls.api_client = super(TestMultipleChildDomains,
+                               cls).getClsTestClient().getApiClient()
+        cls.services = Services().services
+        # Get Zone, Domain and templates
+        cls.domain = get_domain(cls.api_client, cls.services)
+        cls.zone = get_zone(cls.api_client, cls.services)
+
+        cls.template = get_template(
+                            cls.api_client,
+                            cls.zone.id,
+                            cls.services["ostype"]
+                            )
+
+        cls.services["virtual_machine"]["zoneid"] = cls.zone.id
+
+        cls._cleanup = []
+        return
+
+    @classmethod
+    def tearDownClass(cls):
+        try:
+            # Cleanup resources used
+            cleanup_resources(cls.api_client, cls._cleanup)
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def setUp(self):
+        self.apiclient = self.testClient.getApiClient()
+        self.dbclient = self.testClient.getDbConnection()
+        self.cleanup = []
+        return
+
+    def tearDown(self):
+        try:
+            # Clean up, terminate the created instance, volumes and snapshots
+            cleanup_resources(self.apiclient, self.cleanup)
+            pass
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def create_Instance(self, account, service_off, networks=None):
+        """Creates an instance in account"""
+        self.debug("Deploying an instance in account: %s" %
+                                                self.account.account.name)
+        try:
+            vm = VirtualMachine.create(
+                                self.apiclient,
+                                self.services["virtual_machine"],
+                                templateid=self.template.id,
+                                accountid=account.account.name,
+                                domainid=account.account.domainid,
+                                networkids=networks,
+                                serviceofferingid=service_off.id)
+            vms = VirtualMachine.list(self.apiclient, id=vm.id, listall=True)
+            self.assertIsInstance(vms,
+                                  list,
+                                  "List VMs should return a valid response")
+            self.assertEqual(vms[0].state, "Running",
+                             "Vm state should be running after deployment")
+            return vm
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to deploy an instance: %s" % e)
+
+    def get_Network(self, account):
+        """Returns a network for account"""
+
+        networks = Network.list(
+                                self.apiclient,
+                                account=account.account.name,
+                                domainid=account.account.domainid,
+                                listall=True
+                                )
+        self.assertIsInstance(networks,
+                              list,
+                              "List networks should return a valid response")
+        return networks[0]
+
+    def get_Resource_Type(self, resource_id):
+        """Returns resource type"""
+
+        lookup = {1: "VM", 2: "Public IP", 3: "Volume", 4: "Snapshot",
+                     5: "Template", 6: "Projects", 7: "Network", 8: "VPC",
+                     9: "CPUs", 10: "RAM",
+                     11: "Primary (shared) storage (Volumes)",
+                     12: "Secondary storage (Snapshots, Templates & ISOs)",
+                     13: "Network bandwidth rate (in bps)",
+                     14: "Number of times a OS template can be deployed"}
+        return lookup[resource_id]
+
+    def check_Resource_Count(self, account, rtype, delete=False):
+        """Validates the resource count
+            9     - CPUs
+            10    - RAM
+            11    - Primary (shared) storage (Volumes)
+            12    - Secondary storage (Snapshots, Templates & ISOs)
+            13    - Network bandwidth rate (in bps)
+            14    - Number of times a OS template can be deployed"""
+
+        self.debug("Updating the CPU resource count for account: %s" %
+                                                    account.account.name)
+        responses = Resources.updateCount(self.apiclient,
+                              domainid=account.account.domainid,
+                              account=account.account.name,
+                              resourcetype=rtype
+                              )
+        self.assertIsInstance(responses, list,
+                        "Update resource count should return valid response")
+        response = responses[0]
+        self.debug(response.resourcecount)
+        if delete:
+            self.assertEqual(response.resourcecount,
+                         0,
+                         "Resource count for %s should be 0" %
+                                        self.get_Resource_Type(rtype))
+        else:
+            self.assertNotEqual(response.resourcecount,
+                         0,
+                         "Resource count for %s should not be 0" %
+                                        self.get_Resource_Type(rtype))
+        return
+
+    def setup_Accounts(self):
+
+        self.debug("Creating a domain under: %s" % self.domain.name)
+        self.parent_domain = Domain.create(self.apiclient,
+                                        services=self.services["domain"],
+                                        parentdomainid=self.domain.id)
+        self.parentd_admin = Account.create(
+                            self.apiclient,
+                            self.services["account"],
+                            admin=True,
+                            domainid=self.domain.id
+                            )
+        # Cleanup the resources created at end of test
+        self.cleanup.append(self.parentd_admin)
+        self.cleanup.append(self.parent_domain)
+
+        self.debug("Updating the CPU resource count for domain: %s" %
+                                                            self.domain.name)
+        Resources.updateLimit(self.apiclient,
+                              resourcetype=9,
+                              max=(128 * 2),
+                              account=self.parentd_admin.account.name,
+                              domainid=self.parentd_admin.account.domainid)
+        self.debug("Creating a sub-domain under: %s" % self.parent_domain.name)
+        self.cdomain_1 = Domain.create(self.apiclient,
+                                        services=self.services["domain"],
+                                        parentdomainid=self.parent_domain.id)
+
+        self.debug("Creating a sub-domain under: %s" % self.parent_domain.name)
+        self.cdomain_2 = Domain.create(self.apiclient,
+                                        services=self.services["domain"],
+                                        parentdomainid=self.parent_domain.id)
+
+        self.cadmin_1 = Account.create(
+                                        self.apiclient,
+                                        self.services["account"],
+                                        admin=True,
+                                        domainid=self.cdomain_1.id
+                                        )
+        # Cleanup the resources created at end of test
+        self.cleanup.append(self.cadmin_1)
+        self.cleanup.append(self.cadmin_2)
+        self.cleanup.append(self.cdomain_1)
+        self.cleanup.append(self.cdomain_2)
+
+        self.debug("Updating the CPU resource count for domain: %s" %
+                                                        self.cdomain_1.name)
+        Resources.updateLimit(self.apiclient,
+                              resourcetype=9,
+                              max=(128 * 1),
+                              account=self.cadmin_1.account.name,
+                              domainid=self.cadmin_1.account.domainid)
+
+        self.cadmin_2 = Account.create(
+                                        self.apiclient,
+                                        self.services["account"],
+                                        admin=True,
+                                        domainid=self.cdomain_2.id
+                                        )
+        self.debug("Updating the CPU resource count for domain: %s" %
+                                                        self.cdomain_2.name)
+        Resources.updateLimit(self.apiclient,
+                              resourcetype=9,
+                              max=(128 * 1),
+                              account=self.cadmin_2.account.name,
+                              domainid=self.cadmin_2.account.domainid)
+        users = {
+                 self.parent_domain: self.parentd_admin,
+                 self.cdomain_1: self.cadmin_1,
+                 self.cdomain_2: self.cadmin_2
+                 }
+        return users
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "advancedns"])
+    def test_01_multiple_child_domains(self):
+        """Test CPU limits with multiple child domains"""
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create Domain1 with 10 core CPU and 2 child domains with 5 core
+        #    each.Assign 2 cores for Domain1 admin1 & Domain1 User1 .Assign 2
+        #    cores for Domain2 admin1 & Domain2 User1
+        # 2. Deploy VM's by Domain1 admin1/user1/ Domain2 user1/Admin1 account
+        #    and verify the resource updates
+        # 3. Deploy VM by admin account after reaching max parent domain limit
+        # 4. Deploy VM with child account after reaching max child domain limit
+        # 5. Delete user account and verify the resource updates
+        # 6. Destroy user/admin account VM's and verify the child & Parent
+        #    domain resource updates
+
+        self.debug("Creating service offering with 5 CPU cores")
+        self.services["service_offering"]["cpunumber"] = self.services["service_offering"]["cpumaxnumber"]
+        self.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(
+                                            self.apiclient,
+                                            self.services["service_offering"]
+                                            )
+        # Adding to cleanup list after execution
+        self.cleanup.append(self.service_offering)
+
+        self.debug("Setting up account and domain hierarchy")
+        self.setup_Accounts()
+
+        self.debug("Creating an instance with service offering: %s" %
+                                                self.service_offering.name)
+        vm_1 = self.create_Instance(account=self.cadmin_1,
+                                  service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+        vm_2 = self.create_Instance(account=self.cadmin_2,
+                                  service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.cadmin_1, rtype=9)
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.cadmin_2, rtype=9)
+
+        self.debug(
+            "Creating instance when CPU limit is fully used in parent domain")
+        with self.assertRaises(Exception):
+            self.create_Instance(account=self.cadmin_1,
+                                  service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+        self.debug(
+            "Creating instance when CPU limit is fully used in child domain")
+        with self.assertRaises(Exception):
+            self.create_Instance(account=self.cadmin_1,
+                                  service_off=self.service_offering)
+        self.debug("Destroying instances: %s, %s" % (vm_1.name, vm_2.name))
+        try:
+            vm_1.delete(self.apiclient)
+            vm_2.delete(self.apiclient)
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to delete instance: %s" % e)
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.cadmin_1, rtype=9, delete=True)
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.cadmin_2, rtype=9, delete=True)
+        return
+
+
+class TestProjectsCPULimits(cloudstackTestCase):
+
+    @classmethod
+    def setUpClass(cls):
+        cls.api_client = super(TestProjectsCPULimits,
+                               cls).getClsTestClient().getApiClient()
+        cls.services = Services().services
+        # Get Zone, Domain and templates
+        cls.domain = get_domain(cls.api_client, cls.services)
+        cls.zone = get_zone(cls.api_client, cls.services)
+
+        cls.template = get_template(
+                            cls.api_client,
+                            cls.zone.id,
+                            cls.services["ostype"]
+                            )
+
+        cls.services["virtual_machine"]["zoneid"] = cls.zone.id
+
+        cls._cleanup = []
+        return
+
+    @classmethod
+    def tearDownClass(cls):
+        try:
+            # Cleanup resources used
+            cleanup_resources(cls.api_client, cls._cleanup)
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def setUp(self):
+        self.apiclient = self.testClient.getApiClient()
+        self.dbclient = self.testClient.getDbConnection()
+        self.cleanup = []
+        return
+
+    def tearDown(self):
+        try:
+            # Clean up, terminate the created instance, volumes and snapshots
+            cleanup_resources(self.apiclient, self.cleanup)
+            pass
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def create_Instance(self, project, service_off, networks=None):
+        """Creates an instance in account"""
+        self.debug("Deploying an instance in account: %s" %
+                                                self.account.account.name)
+        try:
+            vm = VirtualMachine.create(
+                                self.apiclient,
+                                self.services["virtual_machine"],
+                                templateid=self.template.id,
+                                projectid=project.id,
+                                networkids=networks,
+                                serviceofferingid=service_off.id)
+            vms = VirtualMachine.list(self.apiclient, id=vm.id, listall=True)
+            self.assertIsInstance(vms,
+                                  list,
+                                  "List VMs should return a valid response")
+            self.assertEqual(vms[0].state, "Running",
+                             "Vm state should be running after deployment")
+            return vm
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to deploy an instance: %s" % e)
+
+    def get_Network(self, account):
+        """Returns a network for account"""
+
+        networks = Network.list(
+                                self.apiclient,
+                                account=account.account.name,
+                                domainid=account.account.domainid,
+                                listall=True
+                                )
+        self.assertIsInstance(networks,
+                              list,
+                              "List networks should return a valid response")
+        return networks[0]
+
+    def get_Resource_Type(self, resource_id):
+        """Returns resource type"""
+
+        lookup = {1: "VM", 2: "Public IP", 3: "Volume", 4: "Snapshot",
+                     5: "Template", 6: "Projects", 7: "Network", 8: "VPC",
+                     9: "CPUs", 10: "RAM",
+                     11: "Primary (shared) storage (Volumes)",
+                     12: "Secondary storage (Snapshots, Templates & ISOs)",
+                     13: "Network bandwidth rate (in bps)",
+                     14: "Number of times a OS template can be deployed"}
+        return lookup[resource_id]
+
+    def check_Resource_Count(self, project, rtype, delete=False):
+        """Validates the resource count
+            9     - CPUs
+            10    - RAM
+            11    - Primary (shared) storage (Volumes)
+            12    - Secondary storage (Snapshots, Templates & ISOs)
+            13    - Network bandwidth rate (in bps)
+            14    - Number of times a OS template can be deployed"""
+
+        self.debug("Updating the CPU resource count for project: %s" %
+                                                                project.name)
+        responses = Resources.updateCount(self.apiclient,
+                              projectid=self.project.id,
+                              resourcetype=rtype)
+
+        self.assertIsInstance(responses, list,
+                        "Update resource count should return valid response")
+        response = responses[0]
+        self.debug(response.resourcecount)
+        if delete:
+            self.assertEqual(response.resourcecount,
+                         0,
+                         "Resource count for %s should be 0" %
+                                        self.get_Resource_Type(rtype))
+        else:
+            self.assertNotEqual(response.resourcecount,
+                         0,
+                         "Resource count for %s should not be 0" %
+                                        self.get_Resource_Type(rtype))
+        return
+
+    def find_Suitable_Host(self, vm):
+        """Returns a suitable host for VM migration"""
+
+        try:
+            hosts = Host.list(self.apiclient,
+                              virtualmachineid=vm.id,
+                              listall=True)
+            self.assertIsInstance(hosts, list, "Failed to find suitable host")
+            return hosts[0]
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to find suitable host vm migration: %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def setup_Env(self):
+
+        self.debug("Creating a domain under: %s" % self.domain.name)
+        self.domain = Domain.create(self.apiclient,
+                                        services=self.services["domain"],
+                                        parentdomainid=self.domain.id)
+        self.admin = Account.create(
+                            self.apiclient,
+                            self.services["account"],
+                            admin=True,
+                            domainid=self.domain.id
+                            )
+
+        # Create project as a domain admin
+        self.project = Project.create(self.apiclient,
+                                 self.services["project"],
+                                 account=self.admin.account.name,
+                                 domainid=self.admin.account.domainid)
+        # Cleanup created project at end of test
+        self.cleanup.append(self.project)
+        self.cleanup.append(self.admin)
+        self.cleanup.append(self.domain)
+        self.debug("Created project with domain admin with name: %s" %
+                                                        self.project.name)
+
+        projects = Project.list(self.apiclient, id=self.project.id,
+                                listall=True)
+
+        self.assertEqual(isinstance(projects, list), True,
+                        "Check for a valid list projects response")
+        project = projects[0]
+        self.assertEqual(project.name, self.project.name,
+                        "Check project name from list response")
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "advancedns"])
+    @attr(configuration='max.projects.cpus')
+    def test_01_project_limits_global_config(self):
+        """Test max.projects.cpus global configuration"""
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Set (max.project.cpus=10) as the max limit to
+        #    Domain1 (max.account.cpus=10)
+        # 2. Assign account to projects and verify the resource updates
+        # 3. Deploy VM with the accounts added to the project
+        # 4. Stop VM of an accounts added to the project to a new host
+        # 5. Assign VM of an accounts added to the project to a new host
+        # 6. Migrate VM of an accounts added to the project to a new host
+        # 7. Destroy VM of an accounts added to the project to a new host
+        # 8. Restore VM of an accounts added to the project to a new host
+        # 9. Recover VM of an accounts added to the project to a new host
+
+        self.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(
+                                            self.apiclient,
+                                            self.services["service_offering"]
+                                            )
+        # Adding to cleanup list after execution
+        self.cleanup.append(self.service_offering)
+
+        self.debug("Setting up account and domain hierarchy")
+        self.setup_Env()
+        self.debug("Creating an instance with service offering: %s" %
+                                                    self.service_offering.name)
+        vm = self.create_Instance(project=self.project,
+                                  service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+        self.check_Resource_Count(project=self.project, rtype=9)
+        self.debug("Stopping instance: %s" % vm.name)
+        try:
+            vm.stop(self.apiclient)
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to stop instance: %s" % e)
+        self.check_Resource_Count(project=self.project, rtype=9)
+
+        self.debug("Starting instance: %s" % vm.name)
+        try:
+            vm.start(self.apiclient)
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to start instance: %s" % e)
+        self.check_Resource_Count(project=self.project, rtype=9)
+
+        host = self.find_Suitable_Host(vm)
+        self.debug("Migrating instance: %s to host: %s" %
+                                                    (vm.name, host.name))
+        try:
+            vm.migrate(self.apiclient, host.id)
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to migrate instance: %s" % e)
+        self.check_Resource_Count(project=self.project, rtype=9)
+
+        self.debug("Destroying instance: %s" % vm.name)
+        try:
+            vm.delete(self.apiclient)
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to delete instance: %s" % e)
+        self.check_Resource_Count(project=self.project, rtype=9, delete=True)
+        return
+
+
+class TestMaxCPULimits(cloudstackTestCase):
+
+    @classmethod
+    def setUpClass(cls):
+        cls.api_client = super(TestMaxCPULimits,
+                               cls).getClsTestClient().getApiClient()
+        cls.services = Services().services
+        # Get Zone, Domain and templates
+        cls.domain = get_domain(cls.api_client, cls.services)
+        cls.zone = get_zone(cls.api_client, cls.services)
+
+        cls.template = get_template(
+                            cls.api_client,
+                            cls.zone.id,
+                            cls.services["ostype"]
+                            )
+
+        cls.services["virtual_machine"]["zoneid"] = cls.zone.id
+
+        cls._cleanup = []
+        return
+
+    @classmethod
+    def tearDownClass(cls):
+        try:
+            # Cleanup resources used
+            cleanup_resources(cls.api_client, cls._cleanup)
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def setUp(self):
+        self.apiclient = self.testClient.getApiClient()
+        self.dbclient = self.testClient.getDbConnection()
+        self.cleanup = []
+        return
+
+    def tearDown(self):
+        try:
+            # Clean up, terminate the created instance, volumes and snapshots
+            cleanup_resources(self.apiclient, self.cleanup)
+            pass
+        except Exception as e:
+            raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def create_Instance(self, account=None,
+                        project=None, service_off, networks=None):
+        """Creates an instance in account"""
+        self.debug("Deploying an instance in account: %s" %
+                                                self.account.account.name)
+        try:
+            if account:
+                vm = VirtualMachine.create(
+                                self.apiclient,
+                                self.services["virtual_machine"],
+                                templateid=self.template.id,
+                                accountid=account.account.name,
+                                domainid=account.account.domainid,
+                                networkids=networks,
+                                serviceofferingid=service_off.id)
+            elif project:
+                vm = VirtualMachine.create(
+                                self.apiclient,
+                                self.services["virtual_machine"],
+                                templateid=self.template.id,
+                                projectid=project.id,
+                                networkids=networks,
+                                serviceofferingid=service_off.id)
+            vms = VirtualMachine.list(self.apiclient, id=vm.id, listall=True)
+            self.assertIsInstance(vms,
+                                  list,
+                                  "List VMs should return a valid response")
+            self.assertEqual(vms[0].state, "Running",
+                             "Vm state should be running after deployment")
+            return vm
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to deploy an instance: %s" % e)
+
+    def get_Network(self, account):
+        """Returns a network for account"""
+
+        networks = Network.list(
+                                self.apiclient,
+                                account=account.account.name,
+                                domainid=account.account.domainid,
+                                listall=True
+                                )
+        self.assertIsInstance(networks,
+                              list,
+                              "List networks should return a valid response")
+        return networks[0]
+
+    def get_Resource_Type(self, resource_id):
+        """Returns resource type"""
+
+        lookup = {1: "VM", 2: "Public IP", 3: "Volume", 4: "Snapshot",
+                     5: "Template", 6: "Projects", 7: "Network", 8: "VPC",
+                     9: "CPUs", 10: "RAM",
+                     11: "Primary (shared) storage (Volumes)",
+                     12: "Secondary storage (Snapshots, Templates & ISOs)",
+                     13: "Network bandwidth rate (in bps)",
+                     14: "Number of times a OS template can be deployed"}
+        return lookup[resource_id]
+
+    def check_Resource_Count(self, rtype, account=None, project=None,
+                             delete=False):
+        """Validates the resource count
+            9     - CPUs
+            10    - RAM
+            11    - Primary (shared) storage (Volumes)
+            12    - Secondary storage (Snapshots, Templates & ISOs)
+            13    - Network bandwidth rate (in bps)
+            14    - Number of times a OS template can be deployed"""
+
+        if account:
+            self.debug("Updating the CPU resource count for account: %s" %
+                                                    account.account.name)
+            responses = Resources.updateCount(self.apiclient,
+                              domainid=account.account.domainid,
+                              account=account.account.name,
+                              resourcetype=rtype)
+        elif project:
+            self.debug("Updating the CPU resource count for project: %s" %
+                                                                project.name)
+            responses = Resources.updateCount(self.apiclient,
+                                              projectid=project.id,
+                                              resourcetype=rtype)
+
+        self.assertIsInstance(responses, list,
+                        "Update resource count should return valid response")
+        response = responses[0]
+        self.debug(response.resourcecount)
+        if delete:
+            self.assertEqual(response.resourcecount,
+                         0,
+                         "Resource count for %s should be 0" %
+                                        self.get_Resource_Type(rtype))
+        else:
+            self.assertNotEqual(response.resourcecount,
+                         0,
+                         "Resource count for %s should not be 0" %
+                                        self.get_Resource_Type(rtype))
+        return
+
+    def find_Suitable_Host(self, vm):
+        """Returns a suitable host for VM migration"""
+
+        try:
+            hosts = Host.list(self.apiclient,
+                              virtualmachineid=vm.id,
+                              listall=True)
+            self.assertIsInstance(hosts, list, "Failed to find suitable host")
+            return hosts[0]
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to find suitable host vm migration: %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def setup_Accounts(self, account_limit=2, domain_limit=2, project_limit=2):
+
+        self.debug("Creating a domain under: %s" % self.domain.name)
+        self.domain = Domain.create(self.apiclient,
+                                        services=self.services["domain"],
+                                        parentdomainid=self.domain.id)
+        self.admin_1 = Account.create(
+                            self.apiclient,
+                            self.services["account"],
+                            admin=True,
+                            domainid=self.domain.id
+                            )
+
+        # Create project as a domain admin
+        self.project = Project.create(self.apiclient,
+                                 self.services["project"],
+                                 account=self.admin_1.account.name,
+                                 domainid=self.admin_1.account.domainid)
+        # Cleanup created project at end of test
+        self.cleanup.append(self.project)
+
+        self.admin_2 = Account.create(
+                            self.apiclient,
+                            self.services["account"],
+                            admin=True,
+                            domainid=self.domain.id
+                            )
+
+        # Cleanup accounts created
+        self.cleanup.append(self.admin_1)
+        self.cleanup.append(self.admin_2)
+        self.cleanup.append(self.domain)
+
+        self.debug("Updating the CPU resource count for domain: %s" %
+                                                            self.domain.name)
+        # Update resource limits for account 1
+        Resources.updateLimit(self.apiclient,
+                              resourcetype=9,
+                              max=(account_limit * 128),
+                              account=self.admin_1.account.name,
+                              domainid=self.admin_1.account.domainid)
+
+        # Update resource limits for account 2
+        Resources.updateLimit(self.apiclient,
+                              resourcetype=9,
+                              max=(account_limit * 128),
+                              account=self.admin_2.account.name,
+                              domainid=self.admin_2.account.domainid)
+
+        # Update resource limits for project
+        Resources.updateLimit(self.apiclient,
+                              resourcetype=9,
+                              max=(project_limit * 128),
+                              projectid=self.project.id)
+        # TODO: Update the CPU limit for domain only
+        Resources.updateLimit(self.apiclient,
+                              resourcetype=9,
+                              max=(domain_limit * 128),
+                              domainid=self.domain.id)
+
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "advancedns"])
+    def test_01_deploy_vm_domain_limit_reached(self):
+        """Test Try to deploy VM with admin account where account has not used
+            the resources but @ domain they are not available"""
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Try to deploy VM with admin account where account has not used the
+        #    resources but @ domain they are not available
+        # 2. Deploy VM should error out saying  ResourceAllocationException
+        #    with "resource limit exceeds"
+
+        self.debug("Creating service offering with 5 CPU cores")
+        self.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(
+                                            self.apiclient,
+                                            self.services["service_offering"]
+                                            )
+        # Adding to cleanup list after execution
+        self.cleanup.append(self.service_offering)
+
+        self.debug("Setting up account and domain hierarchy")
+        self.setup_Accounts(account_limit=1, domain_limit=1)
+
+        self.debug("Deploying instance with account 1: %s" %
+                                                    self.admin_1.account.name)
+        self.create_Instance(account=self.admin_1,
+                                  service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.admin_1, rtype=9)
+
+        self.debug("Deploying instance in account 2 when CPU limit is reached")
+
+        with self.assertRaises(Exception):
+            self.create_Instance(account=self.admin_2,
+                                  service_off=self.service_offering)
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "advancedns"])
+    def test_02_deploy_vm_account_limit_reached(self):
+        """Test Try to deploy VM with admin account where account has used
+            the resources but @ domain they are available"""
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Try to deploy VM with admin account where account has not used the
+        #    resources but @ domain they are not available
+        # 2. Deploy VM should error out saying  ResourceAllocationException
+        #    with "resource limit exceeds"
+
+        self.debug("Creating service offering with 5 CPU cores")
+        self.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(
+                                            self.apiclient,
+                                            self.services["service_offering"]
+                                            )
+        # Adding to cleanup list after execution
+        self.cleanup.append(self.service_offering)
+
+        self.debug("Setting up account and domain hierarchy")
+        self.setup_Accounts(account_limit=1, domain_limit=2)
+
+        self.debug("Deploying instance with account 1: %s" %
+                                                    self.admin_1.account.name)
+        self.create_Instance(account=self.admin_1,
+                                  service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.admin_1, rtype=9)
+
+        self.debug("Deploying instance in account 2 when CPU limit is reached")
+
+        with self.assertRaises(Exception):
+            self.create_Instance(account=self.admin_1,
+                                  service_off=self.service_offering)
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "advancedns"])
+    def test_03_deploy_vm_project_limit_reached(self):
+        """Test TTry to deploy VM with admin account where account has not used
+        the resources but @ project they are not available"""
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Try to deploy VM with admin account where account has not used the
+        #    resources but @ project they are not available
+        # 2. Deploy VM should error out saying  ResourceAllocationException
+        #    with "resource limit exceeds"
+
+        self.debug("Creating service offering with 5 CPU cores")
+        self.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(
+                                            self.apiclient,
+                                            self.services["service_offering"]
+                                            )
+        # Adding to cleanup list after execution
+        self.cleanup.append(self.service_offering)
+
+        self.debug("Setting up account and domain hierarchy")
+        self.setup_Accounts(account_limit=1, project_limit=1)
+
+        self.debug("Deploying instance with project: %s" % self.project.name)
+        self.create_Instance(project=self.project,
+                             service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+        self.check_Resource_Count(project=self.project, rtype=9)
+
+        self.debug("Deploying instance in account 2 when CPU limit is reached")
+
+        with self.assertRaises(Exception):
+            self.create_Instance(account=self.admin_1,
+                                  service_off=self.service_offering)
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "advancedns"])
+    def test_04_deployVm__account_limit_reached(self):
+        """Test Try to deploy VM with admin account where account has used
+            the resources but @ project they are available"""
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Try to deploy VM with admin account where account has used the
+        #    resources but @ project they are not available
+        # 2. Deploy VM should error out saying  ResourceAllocationException
+        #    with "resource limit exceeds"
+
+        self.debug("Creating service offering with 5 CPU cores")
+        self.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(
+                                            self.apiclient,
+                                            self.services["service_offering"]
+                                            )
+        # Adding to cleanup list after execution
+        self.cleanup.append(self.service_offering)
+
+        self.debug("Setting up account and domain hierarchy")
+        self.setup_Accounts(account_limit=1, project_limit=2)
+
+        self.debug("Deploying instance with account: %s" %
+                                                    self.admin_1.account.name)
+        self.create_Instance(account=self.admin_1,
+                                  service_off=self.service_offering)
+
+        self.check_Resource_Count(account=self.admin_1, rtype=9)
+
+        self.debug("Deploying instance in account 2 when CPU limit is reached")
+
+        with self.assertRaises(Exception):
+            self.create_Instance(project=self.project,
+                                  service_off=self.service_offering)
+        return


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