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From "Graham Dumpleton (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Resolved: (MODPYTHON-121) The local/remote host tests fail for a virtual hosting system such as OpenVPS.
Date Sun, 02 Apr 2006 08:55:44 GMT
     [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MODPYTHON-121?page=all ]
     
Graham Dumpleton resolved MODPYTHON-121:
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    Fix Version: 3.3
     Resolution: Fixed

> The local/remote host tests fail for a virtual hosting system such as OpenVPS.
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>          Key: MODPYTHON-121
>          URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MODPYTHON-121
>      Project: mod_python
>         Type: Bug

>     Versions: 3.2.7
>     Reporter: Graham Dumpleton
>     Assignee: Graham Dumpleton
>     Priority: Minor
>      Fix For: 3.3

>
> On a virtual hosting environment such as OpenVPS, "localhost" does not map to the IP
address "127.0.0.1" but the actual IP of the host.
>   >>> import socket
>   >>> socket.gethostbyname("localhost")
>   '207.126.122.36'
> This fact causes various aspects of the test_connection_members() test to fail. To avoid
the problem the test could factor in the actual IP as returned for "localhost". Thus in htdocs/tests.py,
could read as follows. This should be okay on UNIX systems, but should be confirmed as okay
on Win32 systems.
>     def test_connection_members(self):
>         req = self.req
>         log = req.log_error
>         conn = req.connection
>         log("Examining connection memebers:")
>         try:
>             import socket
>             ip = socket.gethostbyname("localhost")
>         except:
>             ip = None
>         log("    connection.base_server: %s" % `conn.base_server`)
>         if type(conn.base_server) is not type(req.server):
>             self.fail("conn.base_server should be same type as req.server")
>         log("    connection.local_addr: %s" % `conn.local_addr`)
>         if not conn.local_addr[0] in ("127.0.0.1", "0.0.0.0", ip):
>             self.fail("conn.local_addr[0] should be '127.0.0.1' or '0.0.0.0'")
>         log("    connection.remote_addr: %s" % `conn.remote_addr`)
>         if not conn.remote_addr[0] in ("127.0.0.1", "0.0.0.0", ip):
>             self.fail("conn.remote_addr[0] should be '127.0.0.1' or '0.0.0.0'")
>         log("    connection.remote_ip: %s" % `conn.remote_ip`)
>         if not conn.remote_ip in ("127.0.0.1", ip):
>             self.fail("conn.remote_ip should be '127.0.0.1'")
>         log("    connection.remote_host: %s" % `conn.remote_host`)
>         if conn.remote_host is not None:
>             self.fail("conn.remote_host should be None")
>         log("    connection.remote_logname: %s" % `conn.remote_logname`)
>         if conn.remote_logname is not None:
>             self.fail("conn.remote_logname should be None")
>         log("    connection.aborted: %s" % `conn.aborted`)
>         if conn.aborted != 0:
>             self.fail("conn.aborted should be 0")
>         log("    connection.keepalive: %s" % `conn.keepalive`)
>         if conn.keepalive != 2:
>             self.fail("conn.keepalive should be 2")
>         log("    connection.double_reverse: %s" % `conn.double_reverse`)
>         if conn.double_reverse != 0:
>             self.fail("conn.double_reverse should be 0")
>         log("    connection.keepalives: %s" % `conn.keepalives`)
>         if conn.keepalives != 1:
>             self.fail("conn.keepalives should be 1")
>         log("    connection.local_ip: %s" % `conn.local_ip`)
>         if not conn.local_ip in ("127.0.0.1", ip):
>             self.fail("conn.local_ip should be '127.0.0.1'")
>         log("    connection.local_host: %s" % `conn.local_host`)
>         if conn.local_host is not None:
>             self.fail("conn.local_host should be None")
>         log("    connection.id: %s" % `conn.id`)
>         if conn.id > 100:
>             self.fail("conn.id should not be this high")
>         log("    connection.notes: %s" % `conn.notes`)
>         if `conn.notes` != '{}':
>             self.fail("conn.notes should be {}")

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