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Subject svn commit: r948260 - in /hadoop/hdfs/trunk: CHANGES.txt src/test/hdfs/org/apache/hadoop/hdfs/TestFileStatus.java
Date Tue, 25 May 2010 23:56:10 GMT
Author: cos
Date: Tue May 25 23:56:10 2010
New Revision: 948260

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=948260&view=rev
Log:
HDFS-1132. Refactor TestFileStatus. Contributed by Eli Collins.

Modified:
    hadoop/hdfs/trunk/CHANGES.txt
    hadoop/hdfs/trunk/src/test/hdfs/org/apache/hadoop/hdfs/TestFileStatus.java

Modified: hadoop/hdfs/trunk/CHANGES.txt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/hadoop/hdfs/trunk/CHANGES.txt?rev=948260&r1=948259&r2=948260&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- hadoop/hdfs/trunk/CHANGES.txt (original)
+++ hadoop/hdfs/trunk/CHANGES.txt Tue May 25 23:56:10 2010
@@ -4,6 +4,8 @@ Trunk (unreleased changes)
 
   IMPROVEMENTS
 
+    HDFS-1132. Refactor TestFileStatus (Eli Collins via cos)
+
     HDFS-1163. normalize property names for JT/NN kerberos principal 
     names in configuration (from HADOOP 6633) (boryas)
 

Modified: hadoop/hdfs/trunk/src/test/hdfs/org/apache/hadoop/hdfs/TestFileStatus.java
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/hadoop/hdfs/trunk/src/test/hdfs/org/apache/hadoop/hdfs/TestFileStatus.java?rev=948260&r1=948259&r2=948260&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- hadoop/hdfs/trunk/src/test/hdfs/org/apache/hadoop/hdfs/TestFileStatus.java (original)
+++ hadoop/hdfs/trunk/src/test/hdfs/org/apache/hadoop/hdfs/TestFileStatus.java Tue May 25
23:56:10 2010
@@ -22,8 +22,6 @@ import java.io.IOException;
 import java.util.Iterator;
 import java.util.Random;
 
-import junit.framework.TestCase;
-
 import org.apache.commons.logging.impl.Log4JLogger;
 import org.apache.hadoop.conf.Configuration;
 import org.apache.hadoop.fs.FSDataOutputStream;
@@ -31,16 +29,22 @@ import org.apache.hadoop.fs.FileContext;
 import org.apache.hadoop.fs.FileStatus;
 import org.apache.hadoop.fs.FileSystem;
 import org.apache.hadoop.fs.Path;
+import org.apache.hadoop.hdfs.protocol.FSConstants;
 import org.apache.hadoop.hdfs.protocol.HdfsFileStatus;
 import org.apache.hadoop.hdfs.server.namenode.FSNamesystem;
 import org.apache.hadoop.hdfs.server.namenode.NameNode;
 import org.apache.hadoop.ipc.RemoteException;
 import org.apache.log4j.Level;
 
+import static org.junit.Assert.*;
+import org.junit.Test;
+import org.junit.BeforeClass;
+import org.junit.AfterClass;
+
 /**
  * This class tests the FileStatus API.
  */
-public class TestFileStatus extends TestCase {
+public class TestFileStatus {
   {
     ((Log4JLogger)FSNamesystem.LOG).getLogger().setLevel(Level.ALL);
     ((Log4JLogger)FileSystem.LOG).getLogger().setLevel(Level.ALL);
@@ -50,232 +54,235 @@ public class TestFileStatus extends Test
   static final int blockSize = 8192;
   static final int fileSize = 16384;
 
-  private void writeFile(FileSystem fileSys, Path name, int repl,
-                         int fileSize, int blockSize)
-    throws IOException {
-    // create and write a file that contains three blocks of data
+  private static Configuration conf;
+  private static MiniDFSCluster cluster;
+  private static FileSystem fs;
+  private static FileContext fc;
+  private static HftpFileSystem hftpfs; 
+  private static DFSClient dfsClient;
+  private static Path file1;
+  
+  @BeforeClass
+  public static void testSetUp() throws Exception {
+    conf = new HdfsConfiguration();
+    conf.setInt(DFSConfigKeys.DFS_LIST_LIMIT, 2);
+    cluster = new MiniDFSCluster(conf, 1, true, null);
+    fs = cluster.getFileSystem();
+    fc = FileContext.getFileContext(cluster.getURI(), conf);
+    hftpfs = cluster.getHftpFileSystem();
+    dfsClient = new DFSClient(NameNode.getAddress(conf), conf);
+    file1 = new Path("filestatus.dat");
+    writeFile(fs, file1, 1, fileSize, blockSize);
+  }
+  
+  @AfterClass
+  public static void testTearDown() throws Exception {
+    fs.close();
+    cluster.shutdown();
+  }
+
+  private static void writeFile(FileSystem fileSys, Path name, int repl,
+      int fileSize, int blockSize) throws IOException {
+    // Create and write a file that contains three blocks of data
     FSDataOutputStream stm = fileSys.create(name, true,
-                                            fileSys.getConf().getInt("io.file.buffer.size",
4096),
-                                            (short)repl, (long)blockSize);
+        FSConstants.BUFFER_SIZE, (short)repl, (long)blockSize);
     byte[] buffer = new byte[fileSize];
     Random rand = new Random(seed);
     rand.nextBytes(buffer);
     stm.write(buffer);
     stm.close();
   }
-
+  
   private void checkFile(FileSystem fileSys, Path name, int repl)
-    throws IOException {
+      throws IOException {
     DFSTestUtil.waitReplication(fileSys, name, (short) repl);
   }
+  
+  /** Test calling getFileInfo directly on the client */
+  @Test
+  public void testGetFileInfo() throws IOException {
+    // Check that / exists
+    Path path = new Path("/");
+    assertTrue("/ should be a directory", 
+               fs.getFileStatus(path).isDir());
+    
+    // Make sure getFileInfo returns null for files which do not exist
+    HdfsFileStatus fileInfo = dfsClient.getFileInfo("/noSuchFile");
+    assertEquals("Non-existant file should result in null", null, fileInfo);
 
-
-  /**
-   * Tests various options of DFSShell.
-   */
-  public void testFileStatus() throws IOException {
-    Configuration conf = new HdfsConfiguration();
-    conf.setInt(DFSConfigKeys.DFS_LIST_LIMIT, 2);
-    MiniDFSCluster cluster = new MiniDFSCluster(conf, 1, true, null);
-    FileSystem fs = cluster.getFileSystem();
-    final HftpFileSystem hftpfs = cluster.getHftpFileSystem();
-    final DFSClient dfsClient = new DFSClient(NameNode.getAddress(conf), conf);
-    FileContext fc = FileContext.getFileContext(cluster.getURI(), conf);
+    // Test getFileInfo throws the right exception given a non-absolute path.
     try {
+      dfsClient.getFileInfo("non-absolute");
+      fail("getFileInfo for a non-absolute path did not throw IOException");
+    } catch (RemoteException re) {
+      assertTrue("Wrong exception for invalid file name", 
+          re.toString().contains("Invalid file name"));
+    }
+  }
+
 
-      //
-      // check that / exists
-      //
-      Path path = new Path("/");
-      System.out.println("Path : \"" + path.toString() + "\"");
-      assertTrue("/ should be a directory", 
-                 fs.getFileStatus(path).isDir() == true);
-      
-      // make sure getFileInfo returns null for files which do not exist
-      HdfsFileStatus fileInfo = dfsClient.getFileInfo("/noSuchFile");
-      assertTrue(fileInfo == null);
-
-      // make sure getFileInfo throws the appropriate exception for non-relative
-      // filenames
-      try {
-        dfsClient.getFileInfo("non-relative");
-        fail("getFileInfo for a non-relative path did not thro IOException");
-      } catch (RemoteException re) {
-        assertTrue(re.toString().contains("Invalid file name"));
-      }
-
-      // create a file in home directory
-      //
-      Path file1 = new Path("filestatus.dat");
-      writeFile(fs, file1, 1, fileSize, blockSize);
-      System.out.println("Created file filestatus.dat with one "
-                         + " replicas.");
-      checkFile(fs, file1, 1);
-      System.out.println("Path : \"" + file1 + "\"");
-      
-      // test getFileStatus on a file
-      FileStatus status = fs.getFileStatus(file1);
-      assertTrue(file1 + " should be a file", 
-                  status.isDir() == false);
-      assertTrue(status.getBlockSize() == blockSize);
-      assertTrue(status.getReplication() == 1);
-      assertTrue(status.getLen() == fileSize);
-      assertEquals(file1.makeQualified(fs.getUri(), 
-          fs.getWorkingDirectory()).toString(), 
-          status.getPath().toString());
-      
-      // test listStatus on a file
-      FileStatus[] stats = fs.listStatus(file1);
-      assertEquals(1, stats.length);
-      status = stats[0];
-      assertTrue(file1 + " should be a file", 
-          status.isDir() == false);
-      assertTrue(status.getBlockSize() == blockSize);
-      assertTrue(status.getReplication() == 1);
-      assertTrue(status.getLen() == fileSize);
-      assertEquals(file1.makeQualified(fs.getUri(), 
-          fs.getWorkingDirectory()).toString(), 
-          status.getPath().toString());
-      
-      Iterator<FileStatus> itor = fc.listStatus(file1);
-      status = itor.next();
-      assertEquals(stats[0], status);
-      assertTrue(file1 + " should be a file", 
-          status.isDir() == false);
-
-      // test file status on a directory
-      Path dir = new Path("/test/mkdirs");
-
-      // test listStatus on a non-existent file/directory
-      try {
-        stats = fs.listStatus(dir);
-        fail("listStatus of non-existent path should fail");
-      } catch (FileNotFoundException fe) {
-        assertTrue(fe.getMessage().equals("File " + dir + " does not exist."));
-      }
-      
-      try {
-        itor = fc.listStatus(dir);
-        fail("listStatus of non-existent path should fail");
-      } catch (FileNotFoundException fe) {
-        assertTrue(fe.getMessage().equals("File " + dir + " does not exist."));
-      }
-      try {
-        status = fs.getFileStatus(dir);
-        fail("getFileStatus of non-existent path should fail");
-      } catch (FileNotFoundException fe) {
-        assertTrue(fe.getMessage().startsWith("File does not exist"));
-      }
-
-      // create the directory
-      assertTrue(fs.mkdirs(dir));
-      assertTrue(fs.exists(dir));
-      System.out.println("Dir : \"" + dir + "\"");
-      
-      // test getFileStatus on an empty directory
-      status = fs.getFileStatus(dir);
-      assertTrue(dir + " should be a directory", status.isDir());
-      assertTrue(dir + " should be zero size ", status.getLen() == 0);
-      assertEquals(dir.makeQualified(fs.getUri(), 
-          fs.getWorkingDirectory()).toString(), 
-          status.getPath().toString());
-      
-      // test listStatus on an empty directory
-      stats = fs.listStatus(dir);
-      assertEquals(dir + " should be empty", 0, stats.length);
-      assertEquals(dir + " should be zero size ",
-          0, fs.getContentSummary(dir).getLength());
-      assertEquals(dir + " should be zero size using hftp",
-          0, hftpfs.getContentSummary(dir).getLength());
-      
-      itor = fc.listStatus(dir);
-      assertFalse(dir + " should be empty", itor.hasNext());
-
-      // create another file that is smaller than a block.
-      //
-      Path file2 = new Path(dir, "filestatus2.dat");
-      writeFile(fs, file2, 1, blockSize/4, blockSize);
-      System.out.println("Created file filestatus2.dat with one "
-                         + " replicas.");
-      checkFile(fs, file2, 1);
-      System.out.println("Path : \"" + file2 + "\"");
-      
-      // verify file attributes
-      status = fs.getFileStatus(file2);
-      assertTrue(status.getBlockSize() == blockSize);
-      assertTrue(status.getReplication() == 1);
-      file2 = fs.makeQualified(file2);
-      assertEquals(file2.toString(), status.getPath().toString());
-
-      // create another file in the same directory
-      Path file3 = new Path(dir, "filestatus3.dat");
-      writeFile(fs, file3, 1, blockSize/4, blockSize);
-      System.out.println("Created file filestatus3.dat with one "
-                         + " replicas.");
-      checkFile(fs, file3, 1);
-      file3 = fs.makeQualified(file3);
-
-      // verify that the size of the directory increased by the size 
-      // of the two files
-      final int expected = blockSize/2;  
-      assertEquals(dir + " size should be " + expected, 
-          expected, fs.getContentSummary(dir).getLength());
-      assertEquals(dir + " size should be " + expected + " using hftp", 
-          expected, hftpfs.getContentSummary(dir).getLength());
-      
-      // test listStatus on a non-empty directory
-      stats = fs.listStatus(dir);
-      assertEquals(dir + " should have two entries", 2, stats.length);
-      assertEquals(file2.toString(), stats[0].getPath().toString());
-      assertEquals(file3.toString(), stats[1].getPath().toString());
-
-      itor = fc.listStatus(dir);
-      assertEquals(file2.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
-      assertEquals(file3.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
-      assertFalse(itor.hasNext());
-
-      // test iterative listing
-      // now dir has 2 entries, create one more
-      Path dir3 = fs.makeQualified(new Path(dir, "dir3"));
-      fs.mkdirs(dir3);
-      dir3 = fs.makeQualified(dir3);
-      stats = fs.listStatus(dir);
-      assertEquals(dir + " should have three entries", 3, stats.length);
-      assertEquals(dir3.toString(), stats[0].getPath().toString());
-      assertEquals(file2.toString(), stats[1].getPath().toString());
-      assertEquals(file3.toString(), stats[2].getPath().toString());
-
-      itor = fc.listStatus(dir);
-      assertEquals(dir3.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
-      assertEquals(file2.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
-      assertEquals(file3.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
-      assertFalse(itor.hasNext());
-
-      // now dir has 3 entries, create two more
-      Path dir4 = fs.makeQualified(new Path(dir, "dir4"));
-      fs.mkdirs(dir4);
-      dir4 = fs.makeQualified(dir4);
-      Path dir5 = fs.makeQualified(new Path(dir, "dir5"));
-      fs.mkdirs(dir5);
-      dir5 = fs.makeQualified(dir5);
-      stats = fs.listStatus(dir);
-      assertEquals(dir + " should have five entries", 5, stats.length);
-      assertEquals(dir3.toString(), stats[0].getPath().toString());
-      assertEquals(dir4.toString(), stats[1].getPath().toString());
-      assertEquals(dir5.toString(), stats[2].getPath().toString());
-      assertEquals(file2.toString(), stats[3].getPath().toString());
-      assertEquals(file3.toString(), stats[4].getPath().toString());
-      
-      itor = fc.listStatus(dir);
-      assertEquals(dir3.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
-      assertEquals(dir4.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
-      assertEquals(dir5.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
-      assertEquals(file2.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
-      assertEquals(file3.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
-      assertFalse(itor.hasNext());      
-    } finally {
-      fs.close();
-      cluster.shutdown();
+  /** Test the FileStatus obtained calling getFileStatus on a file */  
+  @Test
+  public void testGetFileStatusOnFile() throws IOException {
+    checkFile(fs, file1, 1);
+    // test getFileStatus on a file
+    FileStatus status = fs.getFileStatus(file1);
+    assertFalse(file1 + " should be a file", status.isDir());
+    assertEquals(blockSize, status.getBlockSize());
+    assertEquals(1, status.getReplication());
+    assertEquals(fileSize, status.getLen());
+    assertEquals(file1.makeQualified(fs.getUri(), 
+        fs.getWorkingDirectory()).toString(), 
+        status.getPath().toString());
+  }
+
+  /** Test the FileStatus obtained calling listStatus on a file */
+  @Test
+  public void testListStatusOnFile() throws IOException {
+    FileStatus[] stats = fs.listStatus(file1);
+    assertEquals(1, stats.length);
+    FileStatus status = stats[0];
+    assertFalse(file1 + " should be a file", status.isDir());
+    assertEquals(blockSize, status.getBlockSize());
+    assertEquals(1, status.getReplication());
+    assertEquals(fileSize, status.getLen());
+    assertEquals(file1.makeQualified(fs.getUri(), 
+        fs.getWorkingDirectory()).toString(), 
+        status.getPath().toString());
+    
+    Iterator<FileStatus> itor = fc.listStatus(file1);
+    status = itor.next();
+    assertEquals(stats[0], status);
+    assertFalse(file1 + " should be a file", status.isDir()); 
+  }
+
+  /** Test getting a FileStatus object using a non-existant path */
+  @Test
+  public void testGetFileStatusOnNonExistantFileDir() throws IOException {
+    Path dir = new Path("/test/mkdirs");
+    try {
+      fs.listStatus(dir);
+      fail("listStatus of non-existent path should fail");
+    } catch (FileNotFoundException fe) {
+      assertEquals("File " + dir + " does not exist.",fe.getMessage());
     }
+    
+    try {
+      fc.listStatus(dir);
+      fail("listStatus of non-existent path should fail");
+    } catch (FileNotFoundException fe) {
+      assertEquals("File " + dir + " does not exist.", fe.getMessage());
+    }
+    try {
+      fs.getFileStatus(dir);
+      fail("getFileStatus of non-existent path should fail");
+    } catch (FileNotFoundException fe) {
+      assertTrue("Exception doesn't indicate non-existant path", 
+          fe.getMessage().startsWith("File does not exist"));
+    }
+  }
+
+  /** Test FileStatus objects obtained from a directory */
+  @Test
+  public void testGetFileStatusOnDir() throws IOException {
+    // Create the directory
+    Path dir = new Path("/test/mkdirs");
+    assertTrue("mkdir failed", fs.mkdirs(dir));
+    assertTrue("mkdir failed", fs.exists(dir));
+    
+    // test getFileStatus on an empty directory
+    FileStatus status = fs.getFileStatus(dir);
+    assertTrue(dir + " should be a directory", status.isDir());
+    assertTrue(dir + " should be zero size ", status.getLen() == 0);
+    assertEquals(dir.makeQualified(fs.getUri(), 
+        fs.getWorkingDirectory()).toString(), 
+        status.getPath().toString());
+    
+    // test listStatus on an empty directory
+    FileStatus[] stats = fs.listStatus(dir);
+    assertEquals(dir + " should be empty", 0, stats.length);
+    assertEquals(dir + " should be zero size ",
+        0, fs.getContentSummary(dir).getLength());
+    assertEquals(dir + " should be zero size using hftp",
+        0, hftpfs.getContentSummary(dir).getLength());
+    
+    Iterator<FileStatus> itor = fc.listStatus(dir);
+    assertFalse(dir + " should be empty", itor.hasNext());
+
+    // create another file that is smaller than a block.
+    Path file2 = new Path(dir, "filestatus2.dat");
+    writeFile(fs, file2, 1, blockSize/4, blockSize);
+    checkFile(fs, file2, 1);
+    
+    // verify file attributes
+    status = fs.getFileStatus(file2);
+    assertEquals(blockSize, status.getBlockSize());
+    assertEquals(1, status.getReplication());
+    file2 = fs.makeQualified(file2);
+    assertEquals(file2.toString(), status.getPath().toString());
+
+    // Create another file in the same directory
+    Path file3 = new Path(dir, "filestatus3.dat");
+    writeFile(fs, file3, 1, blockSize/4, blockSize);
+    checkFile(fs, file3, 1);
+    file3 = fs.makeQualified(file3);
+
+    // Verify that the size of the directory increased by the size 
+    // of the two files
+    final int expected = blockSize/2;  
+    assertEquals(dir + " size should be " + expected, 
+        expected, fs.getContentSummary(dir).getLength());
+    assertEquals(dir + " size should be " + expected + " using hftp", 
+        expected, hftpfs.getContentSummary(dir).getLength());
+    
+    // Test listStatus on a non-empty directory
+    stats = fs.listStatus(dir);
+    assertEquals(dir + " should have two entries", 2, stats.length);
+    assertEquals(file2.toString(), stats[0].getPath().toString());
+    assertEquals(file3.toString(), stats[1].getPath().toString());
+
+    itor = fc.listStatus(dir);
+    assertEquals(file2.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
+    assertEquals(file3.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
+    assertFalse("Unexpected addtional file", itor.hasNext());
+
+    // Test iterative listing. Now dir has 2 entries, create one more.
+    Path dir3 = fs.makeQualified(new Path(dir, "dir3"));
+    fs.mkdirs(dir3);
+    dir3 = fs.makeQualified(dir3);
+    stats = fs.listStatus(dir);
+    assertEquals(dir + " should have three entries", 3, stats.length);
+    assertEquals(dir3.toString(), stats[0].getPath().toString());
+    assertEquals(file2.toString(), stats[1].getPath().toString());
+    assertEquals(file3.toString(), stats[2].getPath().toString());
+
+    itor = fc.listStatus(dir);
+    assertEquals(dir3.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
+    assertEquals(file2.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
+    assertEquals(file3.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
+    assertFalse("Unexpected addtional file", itor.hasNext());
+
+    // Now dir has 3 entries, create two more
+    Path dir4 = fs.makeQualified(new Path(dir, "dir4"));
+    fs.mkdirs(dir4);
+    dir4 = fs.makeQualified(dir4);
+    Path dir5 = fs.makeQualified(new Path(dir, "dir5"));
+    fs.mkdirs(dir5);
+    dir5 = fs.makeQualified(dir5);
+    stats = fs.listStatus(dir);
+    assertEquals(dir + " should have five entries", 5, stats.length);
+    assertEquals(dir3.toString(), stats[0].getPath().toString());
+    assertEquals(dir4.toString(), stats[1].getPath().toString());
+    assertEquals(dir5.toString(), stats[2].getPath().toString());
+    assertEquals(file2.toString(), stats[3].getPath().toString());
+    assertEquals(file3.toString(), stats[4].getPath().toString());
+    
+    itor = fc.listStatus(dir);
+    assertEquals(dir3.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
+    assertEquals(dir4.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
+    assertEquals(dir5.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
+    assertEquals(file2.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
+    assertEquals(file3.toString(), itor.next().getPath().toString());
+    assertFalse(itor.hasNext());      
   }
 }



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