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Subject hadoop git commit: HADOOP-11149. Increase the timeout of TestZKFailoverController. Contributed by Steve Loughran. (cherry picked from commit 579f9030dadac4bf53f38ae8499a95a3bdd43c97)
Date Thu, 21 Jul 2016 15:02:27 GMT
Repository: hadoop
Updated Branches:
  refs/heads/branch-2.7 1b8641a3c -> 5220d4dc2


HADOOP-11149. Increase the timeout of TestZKFailoverController. Contributed by Steve Loughran.
(cherry picked from commit 579f9030dadac4bf53f38ae8499a95a3bdd43c97)

Conflicts:

	hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/CHANGES.txt


Project: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/hadoop/repo
Commit: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/hadoop/commit/5220d4dc
Tree: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/hadoop/tree/5220d4dc
Diff: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/hadoop/diff/5220d4dc

Branch: refs/heads/branch-2.7
Commit: 5220d4dc27a5c6b050a3406bc37f39ab632f56bb
Parents: 1b8641a
Author: Jason Lowe <jlowe@apache.org>
Authored: Thu Jul 21 15:01:56 2016 +0000
Committer: Jason Lowe <jlowe@apache.org>
Committed: Thu Jul 21 15:01:56 2016 +0000

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 hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/CHANGES.txt |   3 +
 .../org/apache/hadoop/ha/MiniZKFCCluster.java   |   8 +-
 .../hadoop/ha/TestZKFailoverController.java     | 633 +++++++++----------
 3 files changed, 308 insertions(+), 336 deletions(-)
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http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/hadoop/blob/5220d4dc/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/CHANGES.txt
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diff --git a/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/CHANGES.txt b/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/CHANGES.txt
index e974931..60cb70e 100644
--- a/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/CHANGES.txt
+++ b/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/CHANGES.txt
@@ -25,6 +25,9 @@ Release 2.7.4 - UNRELEASED
     HADOOP-12991. Conflicting default ports in DelegateToFileSystem.
     (Kai Sasaki via aajisaka)
 
+    HADOOP-11149. Increase the timeout of TestZKFailoverController.
+    (Steve Loughran via wheat9)
+
 Release 2.7.3 - UNRELEASED
 
   INCOMPATIBLE CHANGES

http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/hadoop/blob/5220d4dc/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/src/test/java/org/apache/hadoop/ha/MiniZKFCCluster.java
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diff --git a/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/src/test/java/org/apache/hadoop/ha/MiniZKFCCluster.java
b/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/src/test/java/org/apache/hadoop/ha/MiniZKFCCluster.java
index 5aee611..04f6576 100644
--- a/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/src/test/java/org/apache/hadoop/ha/MiniZKFCCluster.java
+++ b/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/src/test/java/org/apache/hadoop/ha/MiniZKFCCluster.java
@@ -102,9 +102,11 @@ public class MiniZKFCCluster {
    * @throws Exception if either of the services had encountered a fatal error
    */
   public void stop() throws Exception {
-    for (DummyZKFCThread thr : thrs) {
-      if (thr != null) {
-        thr.interrupt();
+    if (thrs != null) {
+      for (DummyZKFCThread thr : thrs) {
+        if (thr != null) {
+          thr.interrupt();
+        }
       }
     }
     if (ctx != null) {

http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/hadoop/blob/5220d4dc/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/src/test/java/org/apache/hadoop/ha/TestZKFailoverController.java
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diff --git a/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/src/test/java/org/apache/hadoop/ha/TestZKFailoverController.java
b/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/src/test/java/org/apache/hadoop/ha/TestZKFailoverController.java
index d8271c5..115be0a 100644
--- a/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/src/test/java/org/apache/hadoop/ha/TestZKFailoverController.java
+++ b/hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/src/test/java/org/apache/hadoop/ha/TestZKFailoverController.java
@@ -34,14 +34,23 @@ import org.apache.zookeeper.KeeperException;
 import org.apache.zookeeper.ZooKeeper;
 import org.apache.zookeeper.data.Stat;
 import org.apache.zookeeper.server.auth.DigestAuthenticationProvider;
+import org.junit.After;
 import org.junit.Before;
+import org.junit.Rule;
 import org.junit.Test;
+import org.junit.rules.Timeout;
 import org.mockito.Mockito;
 
 public class TestZKFailoverController extends ClientBaseWithFixes {
   private Configuration conf;
   private MiniZKFCCluster cluster;
-  
+
+  /**
+   * Set the timeout for every test
+   */
+  @Rule
+  public Timeout testTimeout = new Timeout(3 * 60 * 1000);
+
   // Set up ZK digest-based credentials for the purposes of the tests,
   // to make sure all of our functionality works with auth and ACLs
   // present.
@@ -74,11 +83,21 @@ public class TestZKFailoverController extends ClientBaseWithFixes {
     this.cluster = new MiniZKFCCluster(conf, getServer(serverFactory));
   }
 
+  @After
+  public void teardown() {
+    if (cluster != null) {
+      try {
+        cluster.stop();
+      } catch (Exception e) {
+        LOG.warn("When stopping the cluster", e);
+      }
+    }
+  }
   /**
    * Test that the various command lines for formatting the ZK directory
    * function correctly.
    */
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+  @Test
   public void testFormatZK() throws Exception {
     DummyHAService svc = cluster.getService(1);
     // Run without formatting the base dir,
@@ -101,14 +120,14 @@ public class TestZKFailoverController extends ClientBaseWithFixes {
    * Test that if ZooKeeper is not running, the correct error
    * code is returned.
    */
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+  @Test
   public void testNoZK() throws Exception {
     stopServer();
     DummyHAService svc = cluster.getService(1);
     assertEquals(ZKFailoverController.ERR_CODE_NO_ZK,
         runFC(svc));
   }
-  
+
   @Test
   public void testFormatOneClusterLeavesOtherClustersAlone() throws Exception {
     DummyHAService svc = cluster.getService(1);
@@ -146,7 +165,7 @@ public class TestZKFailoverController extends ClientBaseWithFixes {
    * Test that automatic failover won't run against a target that hasn't
    * explicitly enabled the feature.
    */
-  @Test(timeout=10000)
+  @Test
   public void testWontRunWhenAutoFailoverDisabled() throws Exception {
     DummyHAService svc = cluster.getService(1);
     svc = Mockito.spy(svc);
@@ -162,7 +181,7 @@ public class TestZKFailoverController extends ClientBaseWithFixes {
    * Test that, if ACLs are specified in the configuration, that
    * it sets the ACLs when formatting the parent node.
    */
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+  @Test
   public void testFormatSetsAcls() throws Exception {
     // Format the base dir, should succeed
     DummyHAService svc = cluster.getService(1);
@@ -184,7 +203,7 @@ public class TestZKFailoverController extends ClientBaseWithFixes {
    * Test that the ZKFC won't run if fencing is not configured for the
    * local service.
    */
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+  @Test
   public void testFencingMustBeConfigured() throws Exception {
     DummyHAService svc = Mockito.spy(cluster.getService(0));
     Mockito.doThrow(new BadFencingConfigurationException("no fencing"))
@@ -202,31 +221,27 @@ public class TestZKFailoverController extends ClientBaseWithFixes {
    * transition is used when possible, falling back to fencing when
    * the graceful approach fails.
    */
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+  @Test
   public void testAutoFailoverOnBadHealth() throws Exception {
-    try {
-      cluster.start();
-      DummyHAService svc1 = cluster.getService(1);
-      
-      LOG.info("Faking svc0 unhealthy, should failover to svc1");
-      cluster.setHealthy(0, false);
-      
-      LOG.info("Waiting for svc0 to enter initializing state");
-      cluster.waitForHAState(0, HAServiceState.INITIALIZING);
-      cluster.waitForHAState(1, HAServiceState.ACTIVE);
-  
-      LOG.info("Allowing svc0 to be healthy again, making svc1 unreachable " +
-          "and fail to gracefully go to standby");
-      cluster.setUnreachable(1, true);
-      cluster.setHealthy(0, true);
- 
-      // Should fail back to svc0 at this point
-      cluster.waitForHAState(0, HAServiceState.ACTIVE);
-      // and fence svc1
-      Mockito.verify(svc1.fencer).fence(Mockito.same(svc1));
-    } finally {
-      cluster.stop();
-    }
+    cluster.start();
+    DummyHAService svc1 = cluster.getService(1);
+
+    LOG.info("Faking svc0 unhealthy, should failover to svc1");
+    cluster.setHealthy(0, false);
+
+    LOG.info("Waiting for svc0 to enter initializing state");
+    cluster.waitForHAState(0, HAServiceState.INITIALIZING);
+    cluster.waitForHAState(1, HAServiceState.ACTIVE);
+
+    LOG.info("Allowing svc0 to be healthy again, making svc1 unreachable " +
+        "and fail to gracefully go to standby");
+    cluster.setUnreachable(1, true);
+    cluster.setHealthy(0, true);
+
+    // Should fail back to svc0 at this point
+    cluster.waitForHAState(0, HAServiceState.ACTIVE);
+    // and fence svc1
+    Mockito.verify(svc1.fencer).fence(Mockito.same(svc1));
   }
 
   /**
@@ -235,120 +250,104 @@ public class TestZKFailoverController extends ClientBaseWithFixes
{
    * transition is used when possible, falling back to fencing when
    * the graceful approach fails.
    */
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+  @Test
   public void testAutoFailoverOnBadState() throws Exception {
-    try {
-      cluster.start();
-      DummyHAService svc0 = cluster.getService(0);
-      LOG.info("Faking svc0 to change the state, should failover to svc1");
-      svc0.state = HAServiceState.STANDBY;
-      
-      // Should fail back to svc0 at this point
-      cluster.waitForHAState(1, HAServiceState.ACTIVE);
-    } finally {
-      cluster.stop();
-    }
+    cluster.start();
+    DummyHAService svc0 = cluster.getService(0);
+    LOG.info("Faking svc0 to change the state, should failover to svc1");
+    svc0.state = HAServiceState.STANDBY;
+
+    // Should fail back to svc0 at this point
+    cluster.waitForHAState(1, HAServiceState.ACTIVE);
   }
-  
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+
+  @Test
   public void testAutoFailoverOnLostZKSession() throws Exception {
-    try {
-      cluster.start();
-
-      // Expire svc0, it should fail over to svc1
-      cluster.expireAndVerifyFailover(0, 1);
-      
-      // Expire svc1, it should fail back to svc0
-      cluster.expireAndVerifyFailover(1, 0);
-      
-      LOG.info("======= Running test cases second time to test " +
-          "re-establishment =========");
-      // Expire svc0, it should fail over to svc1
-      cluster.expireAndVerifyFailover(0, 1);
-      
-      // Expire svc1, it should fail back to svc0
-      cluster.expireAndVerifyFailover(1, 0);
-    } finally {
-      cluster.stop();
-    }
+    cluster.start();
+
+    // Expire svc0, it should fail over to svc1
+    cluster.expireAndVerifyFailover(0, 1);
+
+    // Expire svc1, it should fail back to svc0
+    cluster.expireAndVerifyFailover(1, 0);
+
+    LOG.info("======= Running test cases second time to test " +
+        "re-establishment =========");
+    // Expire svc0, it should fail over to svc1
+    cluster.expireAndVerifyFailover(0, 1);
+
+    // Expire svc1, it should fail back to svc0
+    cluster.expireAndVerifyFailover(1, 0);
   }
 
   /**
    * Test that, if the standby node is unhealthy, it doesn't try to become
    * active
    */
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+  @Test
   public void testDontFailoverToUnhealthyNode() throws Exception {
+    cluster.start();
+
+    // Make svc1 unhealthy, and wait for its FC to notice the bad health.
+    cluster.setHealthy(1, false);
+    cluster.waitForHealthState(1, HealthMonitor.State.SERVICE_UNHEALTHY);
+
+    // Expire svc0
+    cluster.getElector(0).preventSessionReestablishmentForTests();
     try {
-      cluster.start();
-
-      // Make svc1 unhealthy, and wait for its FC to notice the bad health.
-      cluster.setHealthy(1, false);
-      cluster.waitForHealthState(1, HealthMonitor.State.SERVICE_UNHEALTHY);
-      
-      // Expire svc0
-      cluster.getElector(0).preventSessionReestablishmentForTests();
-      try {
-        cluster.expireActiveLockHolder(0);
-
-        LOG.info("Expired svc0's ZK session. Waiting a second to give svc1" +
-            " a chance to take the lock, if it is ever going to.");
-        Thread.sleep(1000);
-        
-        // Ensure that no one holds the lock.
-        cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(null);
-        
-      } finally {
-        LOG.info("Allowing svc0's elector to re-establish its connection");
-        cluster.getElector(0).allowSessionReestablishmentForTests();
-      }
-      // svc0 should get the lock again
-      cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
+      cluster.expireActiveLockHolder(0);
+
+      LOG.info("Expired svc0's ZK session. Waiting a second to give svc1" +
+          " a chance to take the lock, if it is ever going to.");
+      Thread.sleep(1000);
+
+      // Ensure that no one holds the lock.
+      cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(null);
+
     } finally {
-      cluster.stop();
+      LOG.info("Allowing svc0's elector to re-establish its connection");
+      cluster.getElector(0).allowSessionReestablishmentForTests();
     }
+    // svc0 should get the lock again
+    cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
   }
 
   /**
    * Test that the ZKFC successfully quits the election when it fails to
    * become active. This allows the old node to successfully fail back.
    */
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+  @Test
   public void testBecomingActiveFails() throws Exception {
-    try {
-      cluster.start();
-      DummyHAService svc1 = cluster.getService(1);
-      
-      LOG.info("Making svc1 fail to become active");
-      cluster.setFailToBecomeActive(1, true);
-      
-      LOG.info("Faking svc0 unhealthy, should NOT successfully " +
-          "failover to svc1");
-      cluster.setHealthy(0, false);
-      cluster.waitForHealthState(0, State.SERVICE_UNHEALTHY);
-      cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(null);
+    cluster.start();
+    DummyHAService svc1 = cluster.getService(1);
 
-      
-      Mockito.verify(svc1.proxy, Mockito.timeout(2000).atLeastOnce())
-        .transitionToActive(Mockito.<StateChangeRequestInfo>any());
-
-      cluster.waitForHAState(0, HAServiceState.INITIALIZING);
-      cluster.waitForHAState(1, HAServiceState.STANDBY);
-      
-      LOG.info("Faking svc0 healthy again, should go back to svc0");
-      cluster.setHealthy(0, true);
-      cluster.waitForHAState(0, HAServiceState.ACTIVE);
-      cluster.waitForHAState(1, HAServiceState.STANDBY);
-      cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
-      
-      // Ensure that we can fail back to svc1  once it it is able
-      // to become active (e.g the admin has restarted it)
-      LOG.info("Allowing svc1 to become active, expiring svc0");
-      svc1.failToBecomeActive = false;
-      cluster.expireAndVerifyFailover(0, 1);
-    } finally {
-      cluster.stop();
-    }
+    LOG.info("Making svc1 fail to become active");
+    cluster.setFailToBecomeActive(1, true);
+
+    LOG.info("Faking svc0 unhealthy, should NOT successfully " +
+        "failover to svc1");
+    cluster.setHealthy(0, false);
+    cluster.waitForHealthState(0, State.SERVICE_UNHEALTHY);
+    cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(null);
+
+
+    Mockito.verify(svc1.proxy, Mockito.timeout(2000).atLeastOnce())
+      .transitionToActive(Mockito.<StateChangeRequestInfo>any());
+
+    cluster.waitForHAState(0, HAServiceState.INITIALIZING);
+    cluster.waitForHAState(1, HAServiceState.STANDBY);
+
+    LOG.info("Faking svc0 healthy again, should go back to svc0");
+    cluster.setHealthy(0, true);
+    cluster.waitForHAState(0, HAServiceState.ACTIVE);
+    cluster.waitForHAState(1, HAServiceState.STANDBY);
+    cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
+
+    // Ensure that we can fail back to svc1  once it it is able
+    // to become active (e.g the admin has restarted it)
+    LOG.info("Allowing svc1 to become active, expiring svc0");
+    svc1.failToBecomeActive = false;
+    cluster.expireAndVerifyFailover(0, 1);
   }
   
   /**
@@ -356,211 +355,183 @@ public class TestZKFailoverController extends ClientBaseWithFixes
{
    * current state, without triggering any failovers, and without
    * causing the active node to enter standby state.
    */
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+  @Test
   public void testZooKeeperFailure() throws Exception {
-    try {
-      cluster.start();
-
-      // Record initial ZK sessions
-      long session0 = cluster.getElector(0).getZKSessionIdForTests();
-      long session1 = cluster.getElector(1).getZKSessionIdForTests();
-
-      LOG.info("====== Stopping ZK server");
-      stopServer();
-      waitForServerDown(hostPort, CONNECTION_TIMEOUT);
-      
-      LOG.info("====== Waiting for services to enter NEUTRAL mode");
-      cluster.waitForElectorState(0,
-          ActiveStandbyElector.State.NEUTRAL);
-      cluster.waitForElectorState(1,
-          ActiveStandbyElector.State.NEUTRAL);
-
-      LOG.info("====== Checking that the services didn't change HA state");
-      assertEquals(HAServiceState.ACTIVE, cluster.getService(0).state);
-      assertEquals(HAServiceState.STANDBY, cluster.getService(1).state);
-      
-      LOG.info("====== Restarting server");
-      startServer();
-      waitForServerUp(hostPort, CONNECTION_TIMEOUT);
-
-      // Nodes should go back to their original states, since they re-obtain
-      // the same sessions.
-      cluster.waitForElectorState(0, ActiveStandbyElector.State.ACTIVE);
-      cluster.waitForElectorState(1, ActiveStandbyElector.State.STANDBY);
-      // Check HA states didn't change.
-      cluster.waitForHAState(0, HAServiceState.ACTIVE);
-      cluster.waitForHAState(1, HAServiceState.STANDBY);
-
-      // Check they re-used the same sessions and didn't spuriously reconnect
-      assertEquals(session0,
-          cluster.getElector(0).getZKSessionIdForTests());
-      assertEquals(session1,
-          cluster.getElector(1).getZKSessionIdForTests());
-    } finally {
-      cluster.stop();
-    }
+    cluster.start();
+
+    // Record initial ZK sessions
+    long session0 = cluster.getElector(0).getZKSessionIdForTests();
+    long session1 = cluster.getElector(1).getZKSessionIdForTests();
+
+    LOG.info("====== Stopping ZK server");
+    stopServer();
+    waitForServerDown(hostPort, CONNECTION_TIMEOUT);
+
+    LOG.info("====== Waiting for services to enter NEUTRAL mode");
+    cluster.waitForElectorState(0,
+        ActiveStandbyElector.State.NEUTRAL);
+    cluster.waitForElectorState(1,
+        ActiveStandbyElector.State.NEUTRAL);
+
+    LOG.info("====== Checking that the services didn't change HA state");
+    assertEquals(HAServiceState.ACTIVE, cluster.getService(0).state);
+    assertEquals(HAServiceState.STANDBY, cluster.getService(1).state);
+
+    LOG.info("====== Restarting server");
+    startServer();
+    waitForServerUp(hostPort, CONNECTION_TIMEOUT);
+
+    // Nodes should go back to their original states, since they re-obtain
+    // the same sessions.
+    cluster.waitForElectorState(0, ActiveStandbyElector.State.ACTIVE);
+    cluster.waitForElectorState(1, ActiveStandbyElector.State.STANDBY);
+    // Check HA states didn't change.
+    cluster.waitForHAState(0, HAServiceState.ACTIVE);
+    cluster.waitForHAState(1, HAServiceState.STANDBY);
+
+    // Check they re-used the same sessions and didn't spuriously reconnect
+    assertEquals(session0,
+        cluster.getElector(0).getZKSessionIdForTests());
+    assertEquals(session1,
+        cluster.getElector(1).getZKSessionIdForTests());
   }
   
   /**
    * Test that the ZKFC can gracefully cede its active status.
    */
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+  @Test
   public void testCedeActive() throws Exception {
-    try {
-      cluster.start();
-      DummyZKFC zkfc = cluster.getZkfc(0);
-      // It should be in active to start.
-      assertEquals(ActiveStandbyElector.State.ACTIVE,
-          zkfc.getElectorForTests().getStateForTests());
-
-      // Ask it to cede active for 3 seconds. It should respond promptly
-      // (i.e. the RPC itself should not take 3 seconds!)
-      ZKFCProtocol proxy = zkfc.getLocalTarget().getZKFCProxy(conf, 5000);
-      long st = Time.now();
-      proxy.cedeActive(3000);
-      long et = Time.now();
-      assertTrue("RPC to cedeActive took " + (et - st) + " ms",
-          et - st < 1000);
-      
-      // Should be in "INIT" state since it's not in the election
-      // at this point.
-      assertEquals(ActiveStandbyElector.State.INIT,
-          zkfc.getElectorForTests().getStateForTests());
-
-      // After the prescribed 3 seconds, should go into STANDBY state,
-      // since the other node in the cluster would have taken ACTIVE.
-      cluster.waitForElectorState(0, ActiveStandbyElector.State.STANDBY);
-      long et2 = Time.now();
-      assertTrue("Should take ~3 seconds to rejoin. Only took " + (et2 - et) +
-          "ms before rejoining.",
-          et2 - et > 2800);      
-    } finally {
-      cluster.stop();
-    }
+    cluster.start();
+    DummyZKFC zkfc = cluster.getZkfc(0);
+    // It should be in active to start.
+    assertEquals(ActiveStandbyElector.State.ACTIVE,
+        zkfc.getElectorForTests().getStateForTests());
+
+    // Ask it to cede active for 3 seconds. It should respond promptly
+    // (i.e. the RPC itself should not take 3 seconds!)
+    ZKFCProtocol proxy = zkfc.getLocalTarget().getZKFCProxy(conf, 5000);
+    long st = Time.now();
+    proxy.cedeActive(3000);
+    long et = Time.now();
+    assertTrue("RPC to cedeActive took " + (et - st) + " ms",
+        et - st < 1000);
+
+    // Should be in "INIT" state since it's not in the election
+    // at this point.
+    assertEquals(ActiveStandbyElector.State.INIT,
+        zkfc.getElectorForTests().getStateForTests());
+
+    // After the prescribed 3 seconds, should go into STANDBY state,
+    // since the other node in the cluster would have taken ACTIVE.
+    cluster.waitForElectorState(0, ActiveStandbyElector.State.STANDBY);
+    long et2 = Time.now();
+    assertTrue("Should take ~3 seconds to rejoin. Only took " + (et2 - et) +
+        "ms before rejoining.",
+        et2 - et > 2800);
   }
-  
-  @Test(timeout=25000)
+
+  @Test
   public void testGracefulFailover() throws Exception {
-    try {
-      cluster.start();
+    cluster.start();
 
-      cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
-      cluster.getService(1).getZKFCProxy(conf, 5000).gracefulFailover();
-      cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(1);
+    cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
+    cluster.getService(1).getZKFCProxy(conf, 5000).gracefulFailover();
+    cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(1);
 
-      cluster.getService(0).getZKFCProxy(conf, 5000).gracefulFailover();
-      cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
+    cluster.getService(0).getZKFCProxy(conf, 5000).gracefulFailover();
+    cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
 
-      Thread.sleep(10000); // allow to quiesce
+    Thread.sleep(10000); // allow to quiesce
 
-      assertEquals(0, cluster.getService(0).fenceCount);
-      assertEquals(0, cluster.getService(1).fenceCount);
-      assertEquals(2, cluster.getService(0).activeTransitionCount);
-      assertEquals(1, cluster.getService(1).activeTransitionCount);
-    } finally {
-      cluster.stop();
-    }
+    assertEquals(0, cluster.getService(0).fenceCount);
+    assertEquals(0, cluster.getService(1).fenceCount);
+    assertEquals(2, cluster.getService(0).activeTransitionCount);
+    assertEquals(1, cluster.getService(1).activeTransitionCount);
   }
-  
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+
+  @Test
   public void testGracefulFailoverToUnhealthy() throws Exception {
-    try {
-      cluster.start();
+    cluster.start();
 
-      cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
+    cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
 
-      // Mark it unhealthy, wait for it to exit election
-      cluster.setHealthy(1, false);
-      cluster.waitForElectorState(1, ActiveStandbyElector.State.INIT);
-      
-      // Ask for failover, it should fail, because it's unhealthy
-      try {
-        cluster.getService(1).getZKFCProxy(conf, 5000).gracefulFailover();
-        fail("Did not fail to graceful failover to unhealthy service!");
-      } catch (ServiceFailedException sfe) {
-        GenericTestUtils.assertExceptionContains(
-            cluster.getService(1).toString() + 
-            " is not currently healthy.", sfe);
-      }
-    } finally {
-      cluster.stop();
+    // Mark it unhealthy, wait for it to exit election
+    cluster.setHealthy(1, false);
+    cluster.waitForElectorState(1, ActiveStandbyElector.State.INIT);
+
+    // Ask for failover, it should fail, because it's unhealthy
+    try {
+      cluster.getService(1).getZKFCProxy(conf, 5000).gracefulFailover();
+      fail("Did not fail to graceful failover to unhealthy service!");
+    } catch (ServiceFailedException sfe) {
+      GenericTestUtils.assertExceptionContains(
+          cluster.getService(1).toString() +
+          " is not currently healthy.", sfe);
     }
   }
-  
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+
+  @Test
   public void testGracefulFailoverFailBecomingActive() throws Exception {
-    try {
-      cluster.start();
+    cluster.start();
 
-      cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
-      cluster.setFailToBecomeActive(1, true);
-      
-      // Ask for failover, it should fail and report back to user.
-      try {
-        cluster.getService(1).getZKFCProxy(conf, 5000).gracefulFailover();
-        fail("Did not fail to graceful failover when target failed " +
-            "to become active!");
-      } catch (ServiceFailedException sfe) {
-        GenericTestUtils.assertExceptionContains(
-            "Couldn't make " + cluster.getService(1) + " active", sfe);
-        GenericTestUtils.assertExceptionContains(
-            "injected failure", sfe);
-      }
-      
-      // No fencing
-      assertEquals(0, cluster.getService(0).fenceCount);
-      assertEquals(0, cluster.getService(1).fenceCount);
+    cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
+    cluster.setFailToBecomeActive(1, true);
 
-      // Service 0 should go back to being active after the failed failover
-      cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
-    } finally {
-      cluster.stop();
+    // Ask for failover, it should fail and report back to user.
+    try {
+      cluster.getService(1).getZKFCProxy(conf, 5000).gracefulFailover();
+      fail("Did not fail to graceful failover when target failed " +
+          "to become active!");
+    } catch (ServiceFailedException sfe) {
+      GenericTestUtils.assertExceptionContains(
+          "Couldn't make " + cluster.getService(1) + " active", sfe);
+      GenericTestUtils.assertExceptionContains(
+          "injected failure", sfe);
     }
+
+    // No fencing
+    assertEquals(0, cluster.getService(0).fenceCount);
+    assertEquals(0, cluster.getService(1).fenceCount);
+
+    // Service 0 should go back to being active after the failed failover
+    cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
   }
 
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+  @Test
   public void testGracefulFailoverFailBecomingStandby() throws Exception {
-    try {
-      cluster.start();
-
-      cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
-      
-      // Ask for failover when old node fails to transition to standby.
-      // This should trigger fencing, since the cedeActive() command
-      // still works, but leaves the breadcrumb in place.
-      cluster.setFailToBecomeStandby(0, true);
-      cluster.getService(1).getZKFCProxy(conf, 5000).gracefulFailover();
+    cluster.start();
 
-      // Check that the old node was fenced
-      assertEquals(1, cluster.getService(0).fenceCount);
-    } finally {
-      cluster.stop();
-    }
+    cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
+
+    // Ask for failover when old node fails to transition to standby.
+    // This should trigger fencing, since the cedeActive() command
+    // still works, but leaves the breadcrumb in place.
+    cluster.setFailToBecomeStandby(0, true);
+    cluster.getService(1).getZKFCProxy(conf, 5000).gracefulFailover();
+
+    // Check that the old node was fenced
+    assertEquals(1, cluster.getService(0).fenceCount);
   }
-  
-  @Test(timeout=15000)
+
+  @Test
   public void testGracefulFailoverFailBecomingStandbyAndFailFence()
-      throws Exception {
-    try {
-      cluster.start();
+    throws Exception {
+    cluster.start();
 
-      cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
-      
-      // Ask for failover when old node fails to transition to standby.
-      // This should trigger fencing, since the cedeActive() command
-      // still works, but leaves the breadcrumb in place.
-      cluster.setFailToBecomeStandby(0, true);
-      cluster.setFailToFence(0, true);
+    cluster.waitForActiveLockHolder(0);
 
-      try {
-        cluster.getService(1).getZKFCProxy(conf, 5000).gracefulFailover();
-        fail("Failover should have failed when old node wont fence");
-      } catch (ServiceFailedException sfe) {
-        GenericTestUtils.assertExceptionContains(
-            "Unable to fence " + cluster.getService(0), sfe);
-      }
-    } finally {
-      cluster.stop();
+    // Ask for failover when old node fails to transition to standby.
+    // This should trigger fencing, since the cedeActive() command
+    // still works, but leaves the breadcrumb in place.
+    cluster.setFailToBecomeStandby(0, true);
+    cluster.setFailToFence(0, true);
+
+    try {
+      cluster.getService(1).getZKFCProxy(conf, 5000).gracefulFailover();
+      fail("Failover should have failed when old node wont fence");
+    } catch (ServiceFailedException sfe) {
+      GenericTestUtils.assertExceptionContains(
+          "Unable to fence " + cluster.getService(0), sfe);
     }
   }
 
@@ -568,43 +539,39 @@ public class TestZKFailoverController extends ClientBaseWithFixes {
    * Test which exercises all of the inputs into ZKFC. This is particularly
    * useful for running under jcarder to check for lock order violations.
    */
-  @Test(timeout=30000)
+  @Test
   public void testOneOfEverything() throws Exception {
-    try {
-      cluster.start();
-      
-      // Failover by session expiration
-      LOG.info("====== Failing over by session expiration");
-      cluster.expireAndVerifyFailover(0, 1);
-      cluster.expireAndVerifyFailover(1, 0);
-      
-      // Restart ZK
-      LOG.info("====== Restarting server");
-      stopServer();
-      waitForServerDown(hostPort, CONNECTION_TIMEOUT);
-      startServer();
-      waitForServerUp(hostPort, CONNECTION_TIMEOUT);
-
-      // Failover by bad health
-      cluster.setHealthy(0, false);
-      cluster.waitForHAState(0, HAServiceState.INITIALIZING);
-      cluster.waitForHAState(1, HAServiceState.ACTIVE);
-      cluster.setHealthy(1, true);
-      cluster.setHealthy(0, false);
-      cluster.waitForHAState(1, HAServiceState.ACTIVE);
-      cluster.waitForHAState(0, HAServiceState.INITIALIZING);
-      cluster.setHealthy(0, true);
-      
-      cluster.waitForHealthState(0, State.SERVICE_HEALTHY);
-      
-      // Graceful failovers
-      cluster.getZkfc(1).gracefulFailoverToYou();
-      cluster.getZkfc(0).gracefulFailoverToYou();
-    } finally {
-      cluster.stop();
-    }
-  }
+    cluster.start();
+
+    // Failover by session expiration
+    LOG.info("====== Failing over by session expiration");
+    cluster.expireAndVerifyFailover(0, 1);
+    cluster.expireAndVerifyFailover(1, 0);
 
+    // Restart ZK
+    LOG.info("====== Restarting server");
+    stopServer();
+    waitForServerDown(hostPort, CONNECTION_TIMEOUT);
+    startServer();
+    waitForServerUp(hostPort, CONNECTION_TIMEOUT);
+
+    // Failover by bad health
+    cluster.setHealthy(0, false);
+    cluster.waitForHAState(0, HAServiceState.INITIALIZING);
+    cluster.waitForHAState(1, HAServiceState.ACTIVE);
+    cluster.setHealthy(1, true);
+    cluster.setHealthy(0, false);
+    cluster.waitForHAState(1, HAServiceState.ACTIVE);
+    cluster.waitForHAState(0, HAServiceState.INITIALIZING);
+    cluster.setHealthy(0, true);
+
+    cluster.waitForHealthState(0, State.SERVICE_HEALTHY);
+
+    // Graceful failovers
+    cluster.getZkfc(1).gracefulFailoverToYou();
+    cluster.getZkfc(0).gracefulFailoverToYou();
+  }
+  
   private int runFC(DummyHAService target, String ... args) throws Exception {
     DummyZKFC zkfc = new DummyZKFC(conf, target);
     return zkfc.run(args);


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