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From sanju1010 <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] cloudstack pull request: CLOUDSTACK-9304: Add nuagevsp userdata te...
Date Thu, 10 Mar 2016 05:25:38 GMT
Github user sanju1010 commented on a diff in the pull request:

    https://github.com/apache/cloudstack/pull/1431#discussion_r55635451
  
    --- Diff: test/integration/plugins/nuagevsp/nuageTestCase.py ---
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    +# under the License.
    +
    +""" Custom base class for NuageVsp SDN Plugin specific Marvin tests
    +"""
    +# Import Local Modules
    +from marvin.cloudstackTestCase import cloudstackTestCase, unittest
    +from marvin.lib.base import (NetworkServiceProvider,
    +                             ServiceOffering,
    +                             NetworkOffering,
    +                             Network,
    +                             Router,
    +                             Nuage,
    +                             VPC,
    +                             VpcOffering,
    +                             PublicIPAddress,
    +                             VirtualMachine,
    +                             StaticNATRule,
    +                             NetworkACLList,
    +                             NetworkACL,
    +                             FireWallRule,
    +                             EgressFireWallRule,
    +                             Host)
    +from marvin.lib.common import (get_zone,
    +                               get_domain,
    +                               get_template,
    +                               list_templates,
    +                               wait_for_cleanup)
    +from marvin.lib.utils import cleanup_resources
    +from marvin.cloudstackAPI import (listPhysicalNetworks,
    +                                  updateConfiguration,
    +                                  updateTemplate,
    +                                  listConfigurations,
    +                                  listHypervisors,
    +                                  stopRouter,
    +                                  startRouter)
    +# Import nosetests Modules
    +from nose.plugins.attrib import attr
    +
    +# Import System Modules
    +import socket
    +import importlib
    +import logging
    +
    +
    +class nuageTestCase(cloudstackTestCase):
    +
    +    @classmethod
    +    def setUpClass(cls):
    +        cls.debug("setUpClass nuageTestCase")
    +
    +        # We want to fail quicker, if it's a failure
    +        socket.setdefaulttimeout(60)
    +
    +        test_client = super(nuageTestCase, cls).getClsTestClient()
    +        cls.api_client = test_client.getApiClient()
    +        cls.db_client = test_client.getDbConnection()
    +        cls.test_data = test_client.getParsedTestDataConfig()
    +
    +        # Get Zone, Domain and templates
    +        cls.zone = get_zone(cls.api_client)
    +        cls.domain = get_domain(cls.api_client)
    +        cls.template = get_template(cls.api_client,
    +                                    cls.zone.id,
    +                                    cls.test_data["ostype"]
    +                                    )
    +        cls.test_data["virtual_machine"]["zoneid"] = cls.zone.id
    +        cls.test_data["virtual_machine"]["template"] = cls.template.id
    +
    +        # Create service offering
    +        cls.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(cls.api_client,
    +                                                      cls.test_data["service_offering"]
    +                                                      )
    +        cls._cleanup = [cls.service_offering]
    +
    +        # Get configured Nuage Vsp device details
    +        try:
    +            resp = listPhysicalNetworks.listPhysicalNetworksCmd()
    +            resp.zoneid = cls.zone.id
    +            physical_networks = cls.api_client.listPhysicalNetworks(resp)
    +            for pn in physical_networks:
    +                if pn.isolationmethods == 'VSP':
    +                    cls.vsp_physical_network = pn
    +            cls.nuage_vsp_device = Nuage.list(cls.api_client,
    +                                              physicalnetworkid=cls.vsp_physical_network.id
    +                                              )[0]
    +            pns = cls.config.zones[0].physical_networks
    +            providers = filter(lambda physical_network: 'VSP' in physical_network.isolationmethods,
pns)[0].providers
    +            devices = filter(lambda provider: provider.name == 'NuageVsp', providers)[0].devices
    +            cls.nuage_vsp_device.username = devices[0].username
    +            cls.nuage_vsp_device.password = devices[0].password
    +            listConfigurationsCmd = listConfigurations.listConfigurationsCmd()
    +            listConfigurationsCmd.name = "nuagevsp.cms.id"
    +            listConfigurationsCmd.scopename = "global"
    +            cs_config_dict = cls.api_client.listConfigurations(listConfigurationsCmd)
    +            cls.cms_id = str(cs_config_dict[0].value).split(":")[1]
    +        except Exception as e:
    +            cls.tearDownClass()
    +            raise unittest.SkipTest("Warning: Couldn't get configured Nuage Vsp device
details: %s" % e)
    +
    +        # Check if the host hypervisor type is simulator
    +        resp = listHypervisors.listHypervisorsCmd()
    +        resp.zoneid = cls.zone.id
    +        cls.isSimulator = cls.api_client.listHypervisors(resp)[0].name == 'Simulator'
    +
    +        # VSD is a Python SDK for Nuage Vsp
    +        try:
    +            vspk_module = "vspk." + cls.nuage_vsp_device.apiversion if int(cls.nuage_vsp_device.apiversion[1])
>= 4 \
    +                else "vspk.vsdk." + cls.nuage_vsp_device.apiversion
    +            vsdk = importlib.import_module(vspk_module)
    +            vspk_utils_module = "vspk.utils" if int(cls.nuage_vsp_device.apiversion[1])
>= 4 \
    +                else "vspk.vsdk." + cls.nuage_vsp_device.apiversion + ".utils"
    +            vsdk_utils = importlib.import_module(vspk_utils_module)
    +            set_log_level = getattr(vsdk_utils, "set_log_level")
    +            from cms_vspk_wrapper.cms_vspk_wrapper import Cms_vspk_wrapper
    +        except:
    +            raise unittest.SkipTest("vspk (and/or) cms_vspk_wrapper import failure")
    +
    +        # Configure VSD session
    +        cls._session = vsdk.NUVSDSession(username=cls.nuage_vsp_device.username,
    +                                         password=cls.nuage_vsp_device.password,
    +                                         enterprise="csp", api_url="https://%s:%d" %
    +                                                                   (cls.nuage_vsp_device.hostname,
    +                                                                    cls.nuage_vsp_device.port)
    +                                         )
    +        cls._session.start()
    +
    +        # Configure cms_vspk_wrapper session
    +        cls.log_handler = logging.getLogger("CSLog").handlers[0]
    +        vsd_info = cls.nuage_vsp_device.__dict__
    +        vsd_info["port"] = str(vsd_info["port"])
    +        cls.vsd = Cms_vspk_wrapper(vsd_info, cls.log_handler)
    +
    +        set_log_level(logging.INFO)
    +
    +        cls.debug("setUpClass nuageTestCase [DONE]")
    +
    +    def setUp(self):
    +        self.cleanup = []
    +        return
    +
    +    @classmethod
    +    def tearDownClass(cls):
    +        try:
    +            # Cleanup resources used
    +            cleanup_resources(cls.api_client, cls._cleanup)
    +        except Exception as e:
    +            cls.debug("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
    +        return
    +
    +    def tearDown(self):
    +        # Cleanup resources used
    +        self.debug("Cleaning up the resources")
    +        for obj in reversed(self.cleanup):
    +            try:
    +                if isinstance(obj, VirtualMachine):
    +                    obj.delete(self.api_client, expunge=True)
    +                else:
    +                    obj.delete(self.api_client)
    +            except Exception as e:
    +                self.error("Failed to cleanup %s, got %s" % (obj, e))
    +        # cleanup_resources(self.api_client, self.cleanup)
    +        self.cleanup = []
    +        self.debug("Cleanup complete!")
    +        return
    +
    +    def getConfigurationValue(self, name, scope="global"):
    +        listConfigurationsCmd = listConfigurations.listConfigurationsCmd()
    +        listConfigurationsCmd.name = name
    +        listConfigurationsCmd.scopename = scope
    +        if scope is "zone":
    +            listConfigurationsCmd.zoneid = self.zone.id
    +        return self.api_client.listConfigurations(listConfigurationsCmd)
    +
    +    def setConfigurationValue(self, name, value, scope="global"):
    +        cmd = updateConfiguration.updateConfigurationCmd()
    +        cmd.name = name
    +        cmd.scopename = scope
    +        if scope is "zone":
    +            cmd.zoneid = self.zone.id
    +        cmd.value = value
    +        self.api_client.updateConfiguration(cmd)
    +
    +    def updateTemplate(self, value):
    +        self.debug("UPDATE TEMPLATE")
    +        cmd = updateTemplate.updateTemplateCmd()
    +        cmd.id = self.template.id
    +        cmd.passwordenabled = value
    +        self.api_client.updateTemplate(cmd)
    +        list_template_response = list_templates(self.api_client,
    +                                                templatefilter="all",
    +                                                id=self.template.id
    +                                                )
    +        self.template = list_template_response[0]
    +
    +    # Creates the vpc offering
    +    def create_VpcOffering(self, vpc_offering, suffix=None):
    +        self.debug('Create VpcOffering')
    +        if suffix:
    +            vpc_offering["name"] = "VPC_OFF-" + str(suffix)
    +        vpc_off = VpcOffering.create(self.api_client,
    +                                     vpc_offering
    +                                     )
    +        # Enable VPC offering
    +        vpc_off.update(self.api_client, state='Enabled')
    +        self.cleanup.append(vpc_off)
    +        self.debug('Created and Enabled VpcOffering')
    +        return vpc_off
    +
    +    # create_Vpc - Takes the vpc offering as arguments and creates the VPC
    +    def create_Vpc(self, vpc_offering, cidr='10.1.1.1/16', cleanup=True):
    +        self.debug("Creating a VPC network in the account: %s" % self.account.name)
    +        self.test_data["vpc"]["cidr"] = cidr
    +        vpc = VPC.create(
    +            self.api_client,
    +            self.test_data["vpc"],
    +            vpcofferingid=vpc_offering.id,
    +            zoneid=self.zone.id,
    +            account=self.account.name,
    +            domainid=self.account.domainid
    +        )
    +        self.debug("Created VPC with ID: %s" % vpc.id)
    +        if cleanup:
    +            self.cleanup.append(vpc)
    +        return vpc
    +
    +    # create_NetworkOffering - Takes the network offering as argument and creates the
Network Offering
    +    def create_NetworkOffering(self, net_offering, suffix=None, conserve_mode=False):
    +        self.debug('Create NetworkOffering')
    +        if suffix:
    +            net_offering["name"] = "NET_OFF-" + str(suffix)
    +        nw_off = NetworkOffering.create(self.api_client,
    +                                        net_offering,
    +                                        conservemode=conserve_mode
    +                                        )
    +        # Enable Network offering
    +        nw_off.update(self.api_client, state='Enabled')
    +        self.cleanup.append(nw_off)
    +        self.debug('Created and Enabled NetworkOffering')
    +        return nw_off
    +
    +    # create_Network - Takes the network offering as argument and nw_key and creates
the network
    +    def create_Network(self, nw_off, nw_key="network", gateway='10.1.1.1', netmask='255.255.255.0',
vpc=None, acl_list=None):
    +        if not hasattr(nw_off, "id"):
    +            nw_off = self.create_NetworkOffering(nw_off)
    +        self.debug('Adding Network=%s' % self.test_data[nw_key])
    +        self.test_data[nw_key]["netmask"] = netmask
    +        obj_network = Network.create(self.api_client,
    +                                     self.test_data[nw_key],
    +                                     accountid=self.account.name,
    +                                     domainid=self.account.domainid,
    +                                     networkofferingid=nw_off.id,
    +                                     zoneid=self.zone.id,
    +                                     gateway=gateway,
    +                                     vpcid=vpc.id if vpc else self.vpc.id if hasattr(self,
"vpc") else None,
    +                                     aclid=acl_list.id if acl_list else None
    +                                     )
    +        self.debug("Created network with ID: %s" % obj_network.id)
    +        self.cleanup.append(obj_network)
    +        return obj_network
    +
    +    # upgrade_Network - Upgrades the given network
    +    def upgrade_Network(self, nw_off, network):
    +        if not hasattr(nw_off, "id"):
    +            nw_off = self.create_NetworkOffering(nw_off, network.gateway)
    +        self.debug('Update Network=%s' % network)
    +        network.update(
    +            self.api_client,
    +            networkofferingid=nw_off.id,
    +            changecidr=False
    +        )
    +        self.debug("Updated network with ID: %s" % network.id)
    +
    +    # delete_Network - Deletes the given network
    +    def delete_Network(self, network):
    +        self.debug('Deleting Network - %s' % network.name)
    +        # Wait for network garbage collection before network deletion
    +        wait_for_cleanup(self.api_client,
    +                         ["network.gc.interval", "network.gc.wait"]
    +                         )
    +        network.delete(self.api_client)
    +        if network in self.cleanup:
    +            self.cleanup.remove(network)
    +        self.debug('Deleted Network - %s' % network.name)
    +
    +    # create_VM_in_Network - Creates a VM in the given network, the vm_key - is the key
for the services on the vm.
    +    def create_VM_in_Network(self, network,  vm_key="virtual_machine", host_id=None,
start_vm=True):
    +        self.debug('Creating VM in network=%s' % network.name)
    +        self.debug('Passed vm_key=%s' % vm_key)
    +        self.test_data[vm_key]["zoneid"] = self.zone.id
    +        self.test_data[vm_key]["template"] = self.template.id
    +        vm = VirtualMachine.create(
    +            self.api_client,
    +            self.test_data[vm_key],
    +            accountid=self.account.name,
    +            domainid=self.account.domainid,
    +            serviceofferingid=self.service_offering.id,
    +            networkids=[str(network.id)],
    +            startvm=start_vm,
    +            hostid=host_id
    +        )
    +        self.debug('Created VM=%s in network=%s' % (vm.id, network.name))
    +        self.cleanup.append(vm)
    +        return vm
    +
    +    # starts the given vm
    +    def start(self, apiclient):
    +        """Start the instance"""
    +        cmd = startVirtualMachine.startVirtualMachineCmd()
    +        cmd.id = self.id
    +        apiclient.startVirtualMachine(cmd)
    +        response = self.getState(apiclient, VirtualMachine.RUNNING)
    +        if response[0] == FAIL:
    +            raise Exception(response[1])
    +        return
    +
    +    # stops the given vm
    +    def stop(self, apiclient, forced=None):
    +        """Stop the instance"""
    +        cmd = stopVirtualMachine.stopVirtualMachineCmd()
    +        cmd.id = self.id
    +        if forced:
    +            cmd.forced = forced
    +        apiclient.stopVirtualMachine(cmd)
    +        response = self.getState(apiclient, VirtualMachine.STOPPED)
    +        if response[0] == FAIL:
    +            raise Exception(response[1])
    +        return
    +
    +    # delete_VM - Deletes the given VM
    +    def delete_VM(self, vm):
    +        self.debug('Deleting VM - %s' % vm.name)
    +        vm.delete(self.api_client)
    +        # Wait for expunge interval to cleanup VM
    +        wait_for_cleanup(self.api_client,
    +                         ["expunge.delay", "expunge.interval"]
    +                         )
    +        if vm in self.cleanup:
    +            self.cleanup.remove(vm)
    +        self.debug('Deleted VM - %s' % vm.name)
    +
    +    # acquire_Public_IP - Acquires a public IP for the given network
    +    def acquire_Public_IP(self, network, vpc=None):
    +        self.debug("Associating public IP for network: %s" % network.name)
    +        public_ip = PublicIPAddress.create(self.api_client,
    +                                           accountid=self.account.name,
    +                                           zoneid=self.zone.id,
    +                                           domainid=self.account.domainid,
    +                                           networkid=network.id if vpc is None else None,
    +                                           vpcid=vpc.id if vpc else self.vpc.id if hasattr(self,
"vpc") else None
    +                                           )
    +        self.debug("Associated %s with network %s" % (public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress,
    +                                                      network.id))
    +        return public_ip
    +
    +    # create_StaticNatRule_For_VM - Creates static NAT rule for the given network , VM
on the given public ip
    +    def create_StaticNatRule_For_VM(self, vm, public_ip, network, vmguestip=None):
    +        self.debug("Enabling static NAT for IP: %s" %
    +                   public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress)
    +        StaticNATRule.enable(
    +            self.api_client,
    +            ipaddressid=public_ip.ipaddress.id,
    +            virtualmachineid=vm.id,
    +            networkid=network.id,
    +            vmguestip=vmguestip
    +        )
    +        self.debug("Static NAT enabled for IP: %s" %
    +                   public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress)
    +
    +    # delete_StaticNatRule_For_VM - Deletes the static NAT rule for the given VM
    +    def delete_StaticNatRule_For_VM(self, vm, public_ip):
    +        self.debug("Disabling static NAT for IP: %s" %
    +                   public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress)
    +        StaticNATRule.disable(
    +            self.api_client,
    +            ipaddressid=public_ip.ipaddress.id,
    +            virtualmachineid=vm.id
    +        )
    +        self.debug("Static NAT disabled for IP: %s" %
    +                   public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress)
    +
    +    # create_firewall_rule - Creates the Ingress firewall rule on the given public ip
    +    def create_firewall_rule(self, public_ip, rule=None):
    +        if not rule:
    +            rule = self.test_data["ingress_rule"]
    +        self.debug("Adding an Ingress Firewall rule to make Guest VMs accessible through
Static NAT")
    +        return FireWallRule.create(self.api_client,
    +                                   ipaddressid=public_ip.ipaddress.id,
    +                                   protocol=rule["protocol"],
    +                                   cidrlist=rule["cidrlist"],
    +                                   startport=rule["startport"],
    +                                   endport=rule["endport"]
    +                                   )
    +
    +    # create_egress_firewall_rule - Creates the Egress firewall rule on the given public
ip
    +    def create_egress_firewall_rule(self, network, rule):
    +        self.debug("Adding an Egress Firewall rule to allow/deny outgoing traffic from
Guest VMs")
    +        return EgressFireWallRule.create(self.api_client,
    +                                         networkid=network.id,
    +                                         protocol=rule["protocol"],
    +                                         cidrlist=rule["cidrlist"],
    +                                         startport=rule["startport"],
    +                                         endport=rule["endport"]
    +                                         )
    +
    +    # create_network_acl_list - Creates network ACL list in the given VPC
    +    def create_network_acl_list(self, name, description, vpc):
    +        self.debug("Adding NetworkACL list in VPC: %s" % vpc.id)
    +        return NetworkACLList.create(self.api_client,
    +                                     services={},
    +                                     name=name,
    +                                     description=description,
    +                                     vpcid=vpc.id
    +                                     )
    +
    +    # create_network_acl_rule - Creates network ACL rule Ingree/Egress in the given network
    +    def create_network_acl_rule(self, rule, traffic_type="Ingress", network=None, acl_list=None):
    +        self.debug("Adding NetworkACL rule: %s" % rule)
    +        return NetworkACL.create(self.api_client,
    +                                 networkid=network.id if network else None,
    +                                 services=rule,
    +                                 traffictype=traffic_type,
    +                                 aclid=acl_list.id if acl_list else None
    +                                 )
    +
    +    # migrate_vm - Migrates the VM to a different host if available
    +    def migrate_vm(self, vm):
    +        self.debug("Checking if a host is available for migration?")
    +        hosts = Host.listForMigration(self.api_client)
    +        self.assertEqual(isinstance(hosts, list), True,
    +                         "List hosts should return a valid list"
    +                         )
    +        # Remove the host of current VM from the hosts list
    +        hosts[:] = [host for host in hosts if host.id != vm.hostid]
    +        if len(hosts) <= 0:
    +            self.skipTest("No host available for migration. Test requires at-least 2
hosts")
    +        host = hosts[0]
    +        self.debug("Migrating VM-ID: %s to Host: %s" % (vm.id, host.id))
    +        try:
    +            vm.migrate(self.api_client, hostid=host.id)
    +        except Exception as e:
    +            self.fail("Failed to migrate instance, %s" % e)
    +
    +    # get_network_router - returns the router for the given network
    +    def get_network_router(self, network):
    +        self.debug("Finding the virtual router for network: %s" % network.name)
    +        routers = Router.list(self.api_client,
    +                              networkid=network.id,
    +                              listall=True
    +                              )
    +        self.assertEqual(isinstance(routers, list), True,
    +                         "List routers should return a valid virtual router for network"
    +                         )
    +        return routers[0]
    +
    +    # stop_network_router - Stops the given network router
    +    def stop_network_router(self, router):
    +        self.debug("Stopping Router with ID: %s" % router.id)
    +        cmd = stopRouter.stopRouterCmd()
    +        cmd.id = router.id
    +        self.api_client.stopRouter(cmd)
    +
    +    # start_network_router - Starts the given network router
    +    def start_network_router(self, router):
    +        self.debug("Starting Router with ID: %s" % router.id)
    +        cmd = startRouter.startRouterCmd()
    +        cmd.id = router.id
    +        self.api_client.startRouter(cmd)
    +
    +    # ssh_into_vm - Gets into the shell of the given VM
    +    def ssh_into_vm(self, vm, public_ip):
    +        self.debug("SSH into VM=%s on public_ip=%s" % (vm.name, public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress))
    +        ssh_client = vm.get_ssh_client(ipaddress=public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress)
    +        return ssh_client
    +
    +    # execute_cmd - Executes the given command on the given ssh client
    +    def execute_cmd(self, ssh_client, cmd):
    +        self.debug("EXECUTE SSH COMMAND: " + cmd)
    +        ret_data = ""
    +        out_list = ssh_client.execute(cmd)
    +        if out_list is not None:
    +            ret_data = ' '.join(map(str, out_list)).strip()
    +            self.debug("ssh execute cmd result=" + ret_data)
    +        else:
    +            self.debug("ssh execute cmd result is None")
    +        return ret_data
    +
    +    # wget_from_server - fetches the index.html file from the given public Ip
    +    def wget_from_server(self, public_ip):
    +        import urllib
    +        self.debug("wget from a http server on public_ip=%s" % public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress)
    +        wget_file = urllib.urlretrieve("http://%s/index.html" % public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress,
    +                                       filename="index.html"
    +                                       )
    +        return wget_file
    +
    +    # validate_NetworkServiceProvider - Validates the Network Service Provider
    +    # in the Nuage VSP Physical Network - matches the given provider name
    +    # against the list of providers fetched
    +    def validate_NetworkServiceProvider(self, provider_name, state=None):
    +        """Validates the Network Service Provider in the Nuage VSP Physical Network"""
    +        self.debug("Check if the Network Service Provider is created successfully ?")
    +        providers = NetworkServiceProvider.list(self.api_client,
    +                                                name=provider_name,
    +                                                physicalnetworkid=self.vsp_physical_network.id)
    +        self.assertEqual(isinstance(providers, list), True,
    +                         "List Network Service Provider should return a valid list"
    +                         )
    +        self.assertEqual(provider_name, providers[0].name,
    +                         "Name of the Network Service Provider should match with the
returned list data"
    +                         )
    +        if state:
    +            self.assertEqual(providers[0].state, state,
    +                             "Network Service Provider state should be '%s'" % state
    +                             )
    +        self.debug("Network Service Provider creation successfully validated - %s" %
provider_name)
    +
    +    # validate_vpc_offering - Validates the VPC offering, matches the given VPC off name
against the list of VPC offerings fetched
    +    def validate_vpc_offering(self, vpc_offering, state=None):
    +        """Validates the VPC offering"""
    +        self.debug("Check if the VPC offering is created successfully ?")
    +        vpc_offs = VpcOffering.list(self.api_client,
    +                                    id=vpc_offering.id
    +                                    )
    +        self.assertEqual(isinstance(vpc_offs, list), True,
    +                         "List VPC offering should return a valid list"
    +                         )
    +        self.assertEqual(vpc_offering.name, vpc_offs[0].name,
    +                         "Name of the VPC offering should match with the returned list
data"
    +                         )
    +        if state:
    +            self.assertEqual(vpc_offs[0].state, state,
    +                             "VPC offering state should be '%s'" % state
    +                             )
    +        self.debug("VPC offering creation successfully validated - %s" % vpc_offering.name)
    +
    +    # validate_vpc - Validates the given VPC matches, the given VPC name against the
list of VPCs fetched
    +    def validate_vpc(self, vpc, state=None):
    +        """Validates the VPC"""
    +        self.debug("Check if the VPC is created successfully ?")
    +        vpcs = VPC.list(self.api_client,
    +                        id=vpc.id
    +                        )
    +        self.assertEqual(isinstance(vpcs, list), True,
    +                         "List VPC should return a valid list"
    +                         )
    +        self.assertEqual(vpc.name, vpcs[0].name,
    +                         "Name of the VPC should match with the returned list data"
    +                         )
    +        if state:
    +            self.assertEqual(vpcs[0].state, state,
    +                             "VPC state should be '%s'" % state
    +                             )
    +        self.debug("VPC creation successfully validated - %s" % vpc.name)
    +
    +    # validate_network_offering - Validates the given  Network offering
    +    # matches the given network offering name against the list of network
    +    # offerings fetched
    +    def validate_network_offering(self, net_offering, state=None):
    +        """Validates the Network offering"""
    +        self.debug("Check if the Network offering is created successfully ?")
    +        net_offs = NetworkOffering.list(self.api_client,
    +                                        id=net_offering.id
    +                                        )
    +        self.assertEqual(isinstance(net_offs, list), True,
    +                         "List Network offering should return a valid list"
    +                         )
    +        self.assertEqual(net_offering.name, net_offs[0].name,
    +                         "Name of the Network offering should match with the returned
list data"
    +                         )
    +        if state:
    +            self.assertEqual(net_offs[0].state, state,
    +                             "Network offering state should be '%s'" % state
    +                             )
    +        self.debug("Network offering creation successfully validated - %s" % net_offering.name)
    +
    +    # validate_network - Validates the network - matches the given network name against
the list of networks fetched
    +    def validate_network(self, network, state=None):
    +        """Validates the network"""
    +        self.debug("Check if the network is created successfully ?")
    +        networks = Network.list(self.api_client,
    +                                id=network.id
    +                                )
    +        self.assertEqual(isinstance(networks, list), True,
    +                         "List network should return a valid list"
    +                         )
    +        self.assertEqual(network.name, networks[0].name,
    +                         "Name of the network should match with with the returned list
data"
    +                         )
    +        if state:
    +            self.assertEqual(networks[0].state, state,
    +                             "Network state should be '%s'" % state
    +                             )
    +        self.debug("Network creation successfully validated - %s" % network.name)
    +
    +    # check_router_state - Fetches the list of routers and their states and matches the
given router's state
    +    def check_router_state(self, router, state=None):
    +        self.debug("Check if the virtual router is in state - %s" % state)
    +        routers = Router.list(self.api_client,
    +                              id=router.id,
    +                              listall=True
    +                              )
    +        self.assertEqual(isinstance(routers, list), True,
    +                         "List router should return a valid list"
    +                         )
    +        if state:
    +            self.assertEqual(routers[0].state, state,
    +                             "Virtual router is not in the expected state"
    +                             )
    +        self.debug("Virtual router is in the expected state - %s" % state)
    +
    +    #   check_vm_state - Fetches the list of VMs and their states and matches the given
VM's state
    +    def check_vm_state(self, vm, state=None):
    +        self.debug("Check if the VM instance is in state - %s" % state)
    +        vms = VirtualMachine.list(self.api_client,
    +                                  id=vm.id,
    +                                  listall=True
    +                                  )
    +        self.assertEqual(isinstance(vms, list), True,
    +                         "List virtual machine should return a valid list"
    +                         )
    +        if state:
    +            self.assertEqual(vms[0].state, state,
    +                             "Virtual machine is not in the expected state"
    +                             )
    +        self.debug("Virtual machine is in the expected state - %s" % state)
    +
    +    # validate_Public_IP - Looks if the given public ip is in the allocated state form
the list of fetched public IPs
    +    def validate_Public_IP(self, public_ip, network, static_nat=False, vm=None):
    +        """Validates the Public IP"""
    +        self.debug("Check if the Public IP is successfully assigned to the network ?")
    +        public_ips = PublicIPAddress.list(self.api_client,
    +                                          id=public_ip.ipaddress.id,
    +                                          networkid=network.id,
    +                                          isstaticnat=static_nat,
    +                                          listall=True
    +                                          )
    +        self.assertEqual(isinstance(public_ips, list), True,
    +                         "List public Ip for network should return a valid list"
    +                         )
    +        self.assertEqual(public_ips[0].ipaddress, public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress,
    +                         "List public Ip for network should list the assigned public
Ip address"
    +                         )
    +        self.assertEqual(public_ips[0].state, "Allocated",
    +                         "Assigned public Ip is not in the allocated state"
    +                         )
    +        if static_nat and vm:
    +            self.assertEqual(public_ips[0].virtualmachineid, vm.id,
    +                             "Static NAT Rule not enabled for the VM using the assigned
public Ip"
    +                             )
    +        self.debug("Assigned Public IP is successfully validated - %s" % public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress)
    +
    +    # VSD verifications
    +
    +    def fetch_by_external_id(self, fetcher, *cs_objects):
    +        """ Fetches a child object by external id using the given fetcher, and uuids
of the given cloudstack objects.
    +        E.G.
    +          - fetch_by_external_id(vsdk.NUSubnet(id="954de425-b860-410b-be09-c560e7dbb474").vms,
cs_vm)
    +          - fetch_by_external_id(session.user.floating_ips, cs_network, cs_public_ip)
    +        :param fetcher: VSPK Fetcher to use to find the child entity
    +        :param cs_objects: Cloudstack objects to take the UUID from.
    +        :return: the VSPK object having the correct externalID
    +        """
    +        return fetcher.get_first(filter="externalID BEGINSWITH '%s'" % ":".join([o.id
for o in cs_objects]))
    +
    +    # VSD verifications using cms_vspk_wrapper
    +
    +    def get_externalID(self, object_id):
    +        return object_id + "@" + self.cms_id
    +
    +    # verify_vsp_network - Fetches the vsd domain, vsd zone and vsd subnet and Verifies
the given network/VPC values match the fetched values
    +    def verify_vsp_network(self, domain_id, network, vpc=None):
    +        vsd_enterprise = self.vsd.get_enterprise(name=domain_id)
    +        if vpc:
    +            ext_network_id = self.get_externalID(vpc.id)
    +        else:
    +            ext_network_id = self.get_externalID(network.id)
    +        ext_subnet_id = self.get_externalID(network.id)
    +        vsd_domain = self.vsd.get_domain(externalID=ext_network_id)
    +        vsd_zone = self.vsd.get_zone(externalID=ext_network_id)
    +        vsd_subnet = self.vsd.get_subnet(externalID=ext_subnet_id)
    +        self.debug("SHOW ENTERPRISE DATA FORMAT IN VSD")
    +        self.debug(vsd_enterprise)
    +        self.assertNotEqual(vsd_enterprise, None,
    +                            "VSD Enterprise data format should not be a None type"
    +                            )
    +        self.debug("SHOW NETWORK DATA FORMAT IN VSD")
    +        self.debug(vsd_domain)
    +        self.debug(vsd_zone)
    +        self.debug(vsd_subnet)
    +        if vpc:
    +            self.assertEqual(vsd_domain['description'], "VPC_" + vpc.name,
    +                             "VSD domain description should match VPC name in CloudStack"
    +                             )
    +            self.assertEqual(vsd_zone['description'], "VPC_" + vpc.name,
    +                             "VSD zone description should match VPC name in CloudStack"
    +                             )
    +        else:
    +            self.assertEqual(vsd_domain['description'], network.name,
    +                             "VSD domain description should match Isolated Network name
in CloudStack"
    +                             )
    +            self.assertEqual(vsd_zone['description'], network.name,
    +                             "VSD zone description should match Isolated Network name
in CloudStack"
    +                             )
    +        self.assertEqual(vsd_subnet['description'], network.name,
    +                         "VSD subnet description should match Isolated Network name in
CloudStack"
    +                         )
    +
    +    # verify_vsp_vm - Fetches the vsd vport, vsd vm and interface and Verifies the given
VM values match the fetched values
    +    def verify_vsp_vm(self, vm, stopped=None):
    +        ext_vm_id = self.get_externalID(vm.id)
    +        for nic in vm.nic:
    +            ext_network_id = self.get_externalID(nic.networkid)
    +            ext_nic_id = self.get_externalID(nic.id)
    +            vsd_vport = self.vsd.get_vport(subnet_externalID=ext_network_id, vport_externalID=ext_nic_id)
    +            vsd_vm_interface = self.vsd.get_vm_interface(externalID=ext_nic_id)
    +            self.debug("SHOW VPORT and VM INTERFACE DATA FORMAT IN VSD")
    +            self.debug(vsd_vport)
    +            self.debug(vsd_vm_interface)
    +            self.assertEqual(vsd_vport['active'], True,
    +                             "VSD VM vport should be active"
    +                             )
    +            self.assertEqual(vsd_vm_interface['IPAddress'], nic.ipaddress,
    +                             "VSD VM interface IP address should match VM's NIC IP address
in CloudStack"
    +                             )
    +        vsd_vm = self.vsd.get_vm(externalID=ext_vm_id)
    +        self.debug("SHOW VM DATA FORMAT IN VSD")
    +        self.debug(vsd_vm)
    +        if not self.isSimulator:
    +            if stopped:
    +                self.assertEqual(vsd_vm['status'], "DELETE_PENDING",
    +                                 "VM state in VSD should be DELETE_PENDING"
    +                                 )
    +            else:
    +                self.assertEqual(vsd_vm['status'], vm.state.upper(),
    +                                 "VM state in VSD should match its state in CloudStack"
    +                                 )
    +    # verify_vsp_router - Fetches the vsd router and Verifies the given router status
match the fetched status
    +
    +    def verify_vsp_router(self, router, stopped=None):
    +        ext_router_id = self.get_externalID(router.id)
    +        vsd_router = self.vsd.get_vm(externalID=ext_router_id)
    +        self.debug("SHOW VIRTUAL ROUTER DATA FORMAT IN VSD")
    +        self.debug(vsd_router)
    +        if not self.isSimulator:
    +            if stopped:
    +                self.assertEqual(vsd_router['status'], "DELETE_PENDING",
    +                                 "Router state in VSD should be DELETE_PENDING"
    +                                 )
    +            else:
    +                self.assertEqual(vsd_router['status'], router.state.upper(),
    +                                 "Router state in VSD should match its state in CloudStack"
    +                                 )
    +
    +    # verify_vsp_floating_ip -  Verifies the floating IPs on the given public IP against
the VSD FIP
    +    def verify_vsp_floating_ip(self, network, vm, public_ipaddress, vpc=None):
    +        ext_fip_id = self.get_externalID(network.id + ":" + public_ipaddress.id)
    +        vsd_fip = self.vsd.get_floating_ip(externalID=ext_fip_id)
    +        self.debug("SHOW FLOATING IP DATA FORMAT IN VSD")
    +        self.debug(vsd_fip)
    +        self.assertEqual(vsd_fip['address'], public_ipaddress.ipaddress,
    +                         "Floating IP address in VSD should match acquired Public IP
address in CloudStack"
    +                         )
    +        if vpc:
    +            ext_network_id = self.get_externalID(vpc.id)
    +        else:
    +            ext_network_id = self.get_externalID(network.id)
    +        vsd_domain = self.vsd.get_domain(externalID=ext_network_id)
    +        self.debug("SHOW NETWORK DATA FORMAT IN VSD")
    +        self.debug(vsd_domain)
    +        self.assertEqual(vsd_domain['ID'], vsd_fip['parentID'],
    +                         "Floating IP in VSD should be associated with the correct VSD
domain, "
    +                         "which in turn should correspond to the correct VPC (or) Isolated
network in CloudStack"
    +                         )
    +        ext_subnet_id = self.get_externalID(network.id)
    +        vsd_subnet = self.vsd.get_subnet(externalID=ext_subnet_id)
    +        for nic in vm.nic:
    +            if nic.networkname == vsd_subnet['description']:
    +                ext_network_id = self.get_externalID(nic.networkid)
    +                ext_nic_id = self.get_externalID(nic.id)
    +                vsd_vport = self.vsd.get_vport(subnet_externalID=ext_network_id, vport_externalID=ext_nic_id)
    +                self.debug("SHOW VM VPORT DATA FORMAT IN VSD")
    +                self.debug(vsd_vport)
    +        self.assertEqual(vsd_vport['associatedFloatingIPID'], vsd_fip['ID'],
    +                         "Floating IP in VSD should be associated to the correct VSD
vport, "
    +                         "which in turn should correspond to the correct Static NAT enabled
VM "
    +                         "and Isolated Network in CloudStack"
    +                         )
    +
    +    # verify_vsp_firewall_rule - Verifies the start port, destination port,
    +    # protocol of the given firewall rule Ingress/Egress against the VSD
    +    # firewall rule
    +    def verify_vsp_firewall_rule(self, firewall_rule, traffic_type="Ingress"):
    +        ext_fw_id = self.get_externalID(firewall_rule.id)
    +        if traffic_type is "Ingress":
    +            vsd_fw_rule = self.vsd.get_egress_acl_entry(externalID=ext_fw_id)
    +        else:
    +            vsd_fw_rule = self.vsd.get_ingress_acl_entry(externalID=ext_fw_id)
    +        self.debug("SHOW ACL ENTRY IN VSD")
    +        self.debug(vsd_fw_rule)
    +        dest_port = str(firewall_rule.startport) + "-" + str(firewall_rule.endport)
    +        self.assertEqual(vsd_fw_rule['destinationPort'], dest_port,
    +                         "Destination Port in VSD should match Destination Port in CloudStack"
    +                         )
    +        vsd_protocol = str(vsd_fw_rule['protocol'])
    +        self.debug("vsd protocol " + vsd_protocol)
    +        protocol = "tcp"
    +        if vsd_protocol == 6:
    +            protocol = "tcp"
    +        elif vsd_protocol == 1:
    +            protocol = "icmp"
    +        elif vsd_protocol == 17:
    +            protocol = "udp"
    +        self.assertEqual(protocol, firewall_rule.protocol.lower(),
    +                         "Protocol in VSD should match Protocol in CloudStack"
    +                         )
    --- End diff --
    
    I don't see any test methods (or marvin test) in this suite file.


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