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From ted-ross <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] qpid-dispatch pull request: NO-JIRA - Adding system test to test l...
Date Wed, 07 Oct 2015 14:06:29 GMT
Github user ted-ross commented on a diff in the pull request:

    https://github.com/apache/qpid-dispatch/pull/14#discussion_r41393944
  
    --- Diff: tests/system_tests_link_routes.py ---
    @@ -0,0 +1,282 @@
    +#
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    +#
    +
    +import unittest
    +from time import sleep
    +from system_test import TestCase, Qdrouterd, main_module
    +
    +from proton import Message
    +from proton.reactor import AtMostOnce
    +from proton.utils import BlockingConnection, LinkDetached
    +
    +from qpid_dispatch.management.client import Node
    +from system_test import TIMEOUT
    +
    +class LinkRoutePatternTest(TestCase):
    +    """
    +    Tests the linkRoutePattern property of the dispatch router.
    +
    +    Sets up 3 routers (one of which is acting as a broker(QDR.A)). 2 routers have linkRoutePattern
set to 'org.apache.'
    +    (please see configs in the setUpClass method to get a sense of how the routers and
their connections are configured)
    +    The tests in this class send and receive messages across this network of routers
to link routable addresses.
    +    Uses the Python Blocking API to send/receive messages. The blocking api plays neatly
into the synchronous nature
    +    of system tests.
    +
    +        QDR.A acting broker
    +             +---------+         +---------+         +---------+     +-----------------+
    +             |         | <------ |         | <-----  |         |<----| blocking_sender
|
    +             |  QDR.A  |         |  QDR.B  |         |  QDR.C  |     +-----------------+
    +             |         | ------> |         | ------> |         |     +-------------------+
    +             +---------+         +---------+         +---------+---->| blocking_receiver
|
    +                                                                     +-------------------+
    +    """
    +    @classmethod
    +    def get_router(cls, index):
    +        return cls.routers[index]
    +
    +    @classmethod
    +    def setUpClass(cls):
    +        """Start three routers"""
    +        super(LinkRoutePatternTest, cls).setUpClass()
    +
    +        def router(name, connection):
    +
    +            config = [
    +                ('container', {'workerThreads': 4, 'containerName': 'Qpid.Dispatch.Router.%s'%name}),
    +                ('router', {'mode': 'interior', 'routerId': 'QDR.%s'%name}),
    +                ('fixedAddress', {'prefix': '/closest/', 'fanout': 'single', 'bias':
'closest'}),
    +                ('fixedAddress', {'prefix': '/spread/', 'fanout': 'single', 'bias': 'spread'}),
    +                ('fixedAddress', {'prefix': '/multicast/', 'fanout': 'multiple'}),
    +                ('fixedAddress', {'prefix': '/', 'fanout': 'multiple'}),
    +
    +            ] + connection
    +
    +            config = Qdrouterd.Config(config)
    +            cls.routers.append(cls.tester.qdrouterd(name, config, wait=False))
    +
    +        cls.routers = []
    +        a_listener_port = cls.tester.get_port()
    +        b_listener_port = cls.tester.get_port()
    +        c_listener_port = cls.tester.get_port()
    +
    +        router('A',
    +               [
    +                   ('listener', {'role': 'normal', 'addr': '0.0.0.0', 'port': a_listener_port,
'saslMechanisms': 'ANONYMOUS'}),
    +               ])
    +        router('B',
    +               [
    +                   ('listener', {'role': 'inter-router', 'addr': '0.0.0.0', 'port': b_listener_port,
'saslMechanisms': 'ANONYMOUS'}),
    --- End diff --
    
    Router B shouldn't need two inter-router connections.  One will do.


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