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Published: Aug 24, 2015 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 55 Imported by: 0



This is a utility for prometheus pushing functionality.



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const NodeStartupThreshold = 4 * time.Second

NodeStartupThreshold is a rough estimate of the time allocated for a pod to start on a node.


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var MaxContainerFailures = 0

Maximum container failures this test tolerates before failing.

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var ServiceNodePortRange = util.PortRange{Base: 30000, Size: 2768}

This should match whatever the default/configured range is


func BadEvents

func BadEvents(events []*api.Event) int

Prints the histogram of the events and returns the number of bad events.

func CheckCadvisorHealthOnAllNodes

func CheckCadvisorHealthOnAllNodes(c *client.Client, timeout time.Duration)

func ClusterLevelLoggingWithElasticsearch

func ClusterLevelLoggingWithElasticsearch(f *Framework)

ClusterLevelLoggingWithElasticsearch is an end to end test for cluster level logging.

func ClusterLevelLoggingWithKibana

func ClusterLevelLoggingWithKibana(f *Framework)

ClusterLevelLoggingWithKibana is an end to end test that checks to see if Kibana is alive.

func ConsumeCpu

func ConsumeCpu(f *Framework, id string, cores int)

func ConsumeMemory

func ConsumeMemory(f *Framework, id string, gigabytes int)

func CoreDump

func CoreDump(dir string)

func DeleteRC

func DeleteRC(c *client.Client, ns, name string) error

Delete a Replication Controller and all pods it spawned

func FailedContainers

func FailedContainers(pod *api.Pod) map[string]ContainerFailures

FailedContainers inspects all containers in a pod and returns failure information for containers that have failed or been restarted. A map is returned where the key is the containerID and the value is a struct containing the restart and failure information

func Failf

func Failf(format string, a ...interface{})

func GetKubeletPods

func GetKubeletPods(c *client.Client, node string) (*api.PodList, error)

GetKubeletPods retrieves the list of running pods on the kubelet. The pods includes necessary information (e.g., UID, name, namespace for pods/containers), but do not contain the full spec.

func HighLatencyRequests

func HighLatencyRequests(c *client.Client, threshold time.Duration, ignoredResources util.StringSet) (int, error)

Prints summary metrics for request types with latency above threshold and returns number of such request types.

func LaunchNetTestPodPerNode

func LaunchNetTestPodPerNode(f *Framework, nodes *api.NodeList, name, version string) []string

func Logf

func Logf(format string, a ...interface{})

func NodeSSHHosts

func NodeSSHHosts(c *client.Client) ([]string, error)

NodeSSHHosts returns SSH-able host names for all nodes. It returns an error if it can't find an external IP for every node, though it still returns all hosts that it found in that case.

func ReserveCpu

func ReserveCpu(f *Framework, id string, millicores int)

func ReserveMemory

func ReserveMemory(f *Framework, id string, gigabytes int)

func RunRC

func RunRC(config RCConfig) error

RunRC Launches (and verifies correctness) of a Replication Controller and will wait for all pods it spawns to become "Running". It's the caller's responsibility to clean up externally (i.e. use the namespace lifecycle for handling cleanup).

func SSH

func SSH(cmd, host, provider string) (string, string, int, error)

SSH synchronously SSHs to a node running on provider and runs cmd. If there is no error performing the SSH, the stdout, stderr, and exit code are returned.

func SSHVerbose

func SSHVerbose(cmd, host, provider string) (string, string, int, error)

SSHVerbose is just like SSH, but it logs the command, user, host, stdout, stderr, exit code, and error.

func ScaleRC

func ScaleRC(c *client.Client, ns, name string, size uint) error

func ServeImageOrFail

func ServeImageOrFail(f *Framework, test string, image string)

A basic test to check the deployment of an image using a replication controller. The image serves its hostname which is checked for each replica.

func SetTestContext

func SetTestContext(t TestContextType)

func SkipIfProviderIs

func SkipIfProviderIs(unsupportedProviders ...string)

func SkipUnlessNodeCountIsAtLeast

func SkipUnlessNodeCountIsAtLeast(minNodeCount int)

func SkipUnlessProviderIs

func SkipUnlessProviderIs(supportedProviders ...string)

func Skipf

func Skipf(format string, args ...interface{})

func StopConsuming

func StopConsuming(f *Framework, id string)


type CloudConfig

type CloudConfig struct {
	ProjectID         string
	Zone              string
	Cluster           string
	MasterName        string
	NodeInstanceGroup string
	NumNodes          int
	ClusterTag        string

	Provider cloudprovider.Interface

type ContainerFailures

type ContainerFailures struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

type Framework

type Framework struct {
	BaseName string

	Namespace *api.Namespace
	Client    *client.Client
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

Framework supports common operations used by e2e tests; it will keep a client & a namespace for you. Eventual goal is to merge this with integration test framework.

func InitializeFramework

func InitializeFramework(baseName string, nsCreateFunc func(string, *client.Client) (*api.Namespace, error)) *Framework

InitializeFramework initialize the framework by allowing to pass a custom namespace creation function.

func NewFramework

func NewFramework(baseName string) *Framework

NewFramework makes a new framework and sets up a BeforeEach/AfterEach for you (you can write additional before/after each functions).

func (*Framework) ReadFileViaContainer

func (f *Framework) ReadFileViaContainer(podName, containerName string, path string) (string, error)

Read a file using kubectl exec cat <path>

func (*Framework) TestContainerOutput

func (f *Framework) TestContainerOutput(scenarioName string, pod *api.Pod, containerIndex int, expectedOutput []string)

Runs the given pod and verifies that the output of exact container matches the desired output.

func (*Framework) WaitForAnEndpoint

func (f *Framework) WaitForAnEndpoint(serviceName string) error

WaitForAnEndpoint waits for at least one endpoint to become available in the service's corresponding endpoints object.

func (*Framework) WaitForPodRunning

func (f *Framework) WaitForPodRunning(podName string) error

WaitForPodRunning waits for the pod to run in the namespace.

func (*Framework) WriteFileViaContainer

func (f *Framework) WriteFileViaContainer(podName, containerName string, path string, contents string) error

Write a file using kubectl exec echo <contents> > <path> via specified container Because of the primitive technique we're using here, we only allow ASCII alphanumeric characters

type KubeletMetric

type KubeletMetric struct {
	// eg: list, info, create
	Operation string
	// eg: sync_pods, pod_worker
	Method string
	// 0 <= quantile <=1, e.g. 0.95 is 95%tile, 0.5 is median.
	Quantile float64
	Latency  time.Duration

KubeletMetric stores metrics scraped from the kubelet server's /metric endpoint. TODO: Get some more structure around the metrics and this type

func HighLatencyKubeletOperations

func HighLatencyKubeletOperations(c *client.Client, threshold time.Duration, nodeName string) ([]KubeletMetric, error)

HighLatencyKubeletOperations logs and counts the high latency metrics exported by the kubelet server via /metrics.

func ParseKubeletMetrics

func ParseKubeletMetrics(metricsBlob string) ([]KubeletMetric, error)

ReadKubeletMetrics reads metrics from the kubelet server running on the given node

type KubeletMetricByLatency

type KubeletMetricByLatency []KubeletMetric

KubeletMetricByLatency implements sort.Interface for []KubeletMetric based on the latency field.

func (KubeletMetricByLatency) Len

func (a KubeletMetricByLatency) Len() int

func (KubeletMetricByLatency) Less

func (a KubeletMetricByLatency) Less(i, j int) bool

func (KubeletMetricByLatency) Swap

func (a KubeletMetricByLatency) Swap(i, j int)

type LatencyMetric

type LatencyMetric struct {
	Verb     string
	Resource string
	// 0 <= quantile <=1, e.g. 0.95 is 95%tile, 0.5 is median.
	Quantile float64
	Latency  time.Duration

LatencyMetrics stores data about request latency at a given quantile broken down by verb (e.g. GET, PUT, LIST) and resource (e.g. pods, services).

func ReadLatencyMetrics

func ReadLatencyMetrics(c *client.Client) ([]LatencyMetric, error)

type LatencyMetricByLatency

type LatencyMetricByLatency []LatencyMetric

LatencyMetricByLatency implements sort.Interface for []LatencyMetric based on the latency field.

func (LatencyMetricByLatency) Len

func (a LatencyMetricByLatency) Len() int

func (LatencyMetricByLatency) Less

func (a LatencyMetricByLatency) Less(i, j int) bool

func (LatencyMetricByLatency) Swap

func (a LatencyMetricByLatency) Swap(i, j int)

type PodDiff

type PodDiff map[string]*podInfo

PodDiff is a map of pod name to podInfos

func Diff

func Diff(oldPods []*api.Pod, curPods []*api.Pod) PodDiff

Diff computes a PodDiff given 2 lists of pods.

func (PodDiff) Print

func (p PodDiff) Print(ignorePhases util.StringSet)

Print formats and prints the give PodDiff.

type PortsByPodName

type PortsByPodName map[string][]int

type PortsByPodUID

type PortsByPodUID map[types.UID][]int

type RCConfig

type RCConfig struct {
	Client        *client.Client
	Image         string
	Command       []string
	Name          string
	Namespace     string
	PollInterval  time.Duration
	Timeout       time.Duration
	PodStatusFile *os.File
	Replicas      int
	CpuLimit      int64 // millicores
	MemLimit      int64 // bytes

	// Env vars, set the same for every pod.
	Env map[string]string

	// Extra labels added to every pod.
	Labels map[string]string

	// Ports to declare in the container (map of name to containerPort).
	Ports map[string]int

	// Pointer to a list of pods; if non-nil, will be set to a list of pods
	// created by this RC by RunRC.
	CreatedPods *[]*api.Pod

	// Maximum allowable container failures. If exceeded, RunRC returns an error.
	// Defaults to replicas*0.1 if unspecified.
	MaxContainerFailures *int

type State

type State struct {
	Received map[string]int

partially cloned from webserver.go

type TestContextType

type TestContextType struct {
	KubeConfig  string
	KubeContext string
	CertDir     string
	Host        string
	RepoRoot    string
	Provider    string
	CloudConfig CloudConfig
	KubectlPath string
	OutputDir   string

	MinStartupPods        int
	UpgradeTarget         string
	PrometheusPushGateway string
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

type VolumeTestConfig

type VolumeTestConfig struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

Configuration of one tests. The test consist of: - server pod - runs serverImage, exports ports[] - client pod - does not need any special configuration

type WebserverTest

type WebserverTest struct {
	ServiceName string
	Namespace   string
	Client      *client.Client

	TestId string
	Labels map[string]string
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

Simple helper class to avoid too much boilerplate in tests

func NewWebserverTest

func NewWebserverTest(client *client.Client, namespace string, serviceName string) *WebserverTest

func (*WebserverTest) BuildServiceSpec

func (t *WebserverTest) BuildServiceSpec() *api.Service

Build default config for a service (which can then be changed)

func (*WebserverTest) Cleanup

func (t *WebserverTest) Cleanup() []error

func (*WebserverTest) CreateService

func (t *WebserverTest) CreateService(service *api.Service) (*api.Service, error)

Create a service, and record it for cleanup

func (*WebserverTest) CreateWebserverRC

func (t *WebserverTest) CreateWebserverRC(replicas int) *api.ReplicationController

CreateWebserverRC creates rc-backed pods with the well-known webserver configuration and records it for cleanup.

func (*WebserverTest) DeleteService

func (t *WebserverTest) DeleteService(serviceName string) error

Delete a service, and remove it from the cleanup list

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