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import contextlib
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from io import BytesIO
import logging
from pathlib import Path
import requests
import selenium.webdriver
import subprocess
import sys
import tarfile
import time
from urllib.parse import urlparse

from tests.utils.user import User
from tests.utils import docker
from tests.utils import session

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

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INITIAL_TIMEOUT = 600  # seconds
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BRANCH_PROTECTIONS = dict(none=0,
                          dev_can_push=1,
                          full=2,
                          dev_can_merge=3,
                          )


class Heptapod:
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    """Base class and minimum common control of Heptapod server.

    This is used directly in case `--heptapod-remote` is selected.
    """

    fs_access = False
    """True if manipulation of files is possible.

    Implies :attr:`repositories_root` not to be None.
    """

    shell_access = False
    """True if running arbitrary commands as in a shell is possible."""

    repositories_root = None
    """Path to the repositories, from the Heptapod server point of view.

    This is potentially not meaningful on the system that runs the test,
    see :class:`DockerHeptapod` for an example.
    """
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    reverse_call_host = None
    """Network address for the system running these tests, seen from Heptapod.
    """

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    webdriver_remote_url = None
    """URL for a Selenium RemoteWebDriver."""

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    wait_after_first_response = 0
    """Time to wait after we've had a first non error HTTP response.
    """

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    def __init__(self, url, ssh_user, ssh_port,
                 reverse_call_host=None,
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                 wait_after_first_response=0,
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                 webdriver_remote_url=None):
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        self.parsed_url = urlparse(url)
        self.url = url
        self.ssh_port = ssh_port
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        self.ssh_user = ssh_user
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        self.users = {}
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        if reverse_call_host is not None:
            self.reverse_call_host = reverse_call_host
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        self.dead = None
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        self.webdriver_remote_url = webdriver_remote_url
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        self.wait_after_first_response = wait_after_first_response
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    @property
    def ssh_url(self):
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        return 'ssh://{user}@{host}:{port}'.format(
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            host=self.host,
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            user=self.ssh_user,
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            port=self.ssh_port,
        )

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    @property
    def host(self):
        return self.parsed_url.netloc.rsplit(':', 1)[0]

    @property
    def api_url(self):
        return '/'.join((self.url, 'api', 'v4'))

    @property
    def root_token_headers(self):
        return {'Private-Token': self.users['root']['token']}

    @property
    def basic_user_token_headers(self):
        return {'Private-Token': self.users['test_basic']['token']}

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    def new_webdriver(self):
        options = selenium.webdriver.ChromeOptions()
        options.add_argument('--headless')
        if self.webdriver_remote_url:
            return selenium.webdriver.Remote(
                command_executor=self.webdriver_remote_url,
                options=options
            )
        else:
            return selenium.webdriver.Chrome(options=options)

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    def wait_startup(self, first_response_timeout=INITIAL_TIMEOUT,
                     wait_after_first_response=None):
        """Wait for Heptapod to be ready after startup.

        We have to take into account that the server may have just started
        (that's frequent in development and it's annoying for a human to
        wait) or could even be starting from scratch, configuring itself,
        creating the DB schema etc. (typical of CI).
        In that latter case, an amount of extra wait after the first successful
        HTTP response is often needed.
        """
        dead_msg = ("Heptapod server did not "
                    "respond in %s seconds" % first_response_timeout)
        start = time.time()
        while time.time() < start + first_response_timeout:
            try:
                resp = requests.get(self.url, allow_redirects=False)
            except IOError:
                resp = None

            if resp is None:
                logger.debug("Couldn't reach Heptapod")
            elif resp.status_code >= 400:
                logger.debug("Heptapod response code %r", resp.status_code)
            else:
                logger.info("Heptapod is up")
                self.dead = False
                if wait_after_first_response:
                    logger.info("Waiting additional %d seconds "
                                "after first successful HTTP call",
                                wait_after_first_response)
                    time.sleep(wait_after_first_response)
                logger.info("Proceeding with tests")
                return

            duration = 1
            logger.debug("Retrying in %.1f seconds", duration)
            time.sleep(duration)

        self.dead = True
        raise AssertionError(dead_msg)

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    def prepare(self, root_password):
        """Make all preparations for the Heptapod instance to be testable.

        This currently amounts to

        - defining the root password
        - activating and retrieving a root API token
        - creating a persistent `test_basic` user
        - activating and retrieving an API token for `test_basic`
        - keeping a logged in webdriver for each persistent user
        """
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        assert not self.dead, "Heptapod server marked dead by previous test."
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        if self.dead is None:
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            self.wait_startup(
                wait_after_first_response=self.wait_after_first_response)
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        root = self.users['root'] = {}
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        driver = self.new_webdriver()
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        # guaranteeing driver to be available for teardown as soon as created
        root['webdriver'] = driver
        session.login_as_root(driver, self, root_password)
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        # necessary if we want to listen to web hooks from these tests
        # in GitLab v12.2.0, this is deprecated for ...from_web_hooks...
        self.set_application_settings(
            allow_local_requests_from_hooks_and_services="true")
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        basic, driver = session.ensure_user(self, 'test_basic',
                                            fullname='Bäsîc Test',
                                            password='test_basic')
        self.users[basic.name]['id'] = basic.id
        self.users[basic.name]['webdriver'] = driver
        self.load_ssh_keys()
        self.upload_ssh_pub_keys()
        subprocess.call((
            'ssh-keygen',
            '-R', '[{host}]:{port}'.format(
                host=self.host, port=self.ssh_port)))

    def set_application_settings(self, **settings):
        resp = requests.put(
            self.api_url + '/application/settings',
            headers=self.root_token_headers,
            data=settings,
        )
        assert resp.status_code == 200

    def load_ssh_keys(self):
        """Load client-side information to use SSH keys

        Also makes sure the keys are actually usable (perms)
        """
        ssh_dir = Path(__file__).parent.parent / 'data' / 'ssh'
        for name, info in self.users.items():
            base_fname = 'id_rsa_heptapod_' + name
            priv = ssh_dir / base_fname
            pub = ssh_dir / (base_fname + '.pub')

            # VCSes tend not to preserve non-executable perm bits
            priv.chmod(0o600)
            info['ssh'] = dict(priv=str(priv), pub=pub.read_text())

    def upload_ssh_pub_keys(self):
        """Upload SSH public keys for all users to Heptapod."""
        # it's really time to put the actual user object in our `self.users`
        for name, info in self.users.items():
            user = User.search(self, name)
            user.ensure_ssh_pub_key(info['ssh']['pub'])

    def close(self):
        if self.dead is not False:
            return
        for user in self.users.values():
            driver = user.get('webdriver')
            if driver is not None:
                driver.close()

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    def run_shell(self, command):
        raise NotImplementedError('run_shell')

    def force_remove_route(self, route_path, source_type='Project'):
        logger.error("Attempt to force-remove route %r, not implemented "
                     "for %r", route_path, self.__class__)
        raise NotImplementedError('force_remove_route')

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    def backup_create(self):
        raise NotImplementedError('backup_create')

    def backup_restore(self):
        raise NotImplementedError('backup_restore')

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class DockerHeptapod(Heptapod):

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    fs_access = True

    shell_access = True

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    repositories_root = '/var/opt/gitlab/git-data/repositories'

    def __init__(self, docker_container, **kw):
        super(DockerHeptapod, self).__init__(**kw)
        self.docker_container = docker_container
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        if self.reverse_call_host is None:
            self.reverse_call_host = docker.host_address(docker_container)
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    def execute(self, command, user='root'):
        return docker.heptapod_exec(self.docker_container, command, user=user)

    def run_shell(self, command):
        return docker.heptapod_run_shell(self.docker_container, command)

    def put_archive(self, dest, path, owner='git'):
        res = docker.heptapod_put_archive(self.docker_container, dest, path)
        self.run_shell(['chown', '-R', 'git:root', dest])
        return res

    def put_archive_bin(self, dest, fobj):
        return docker.heptapod_put_archive_bin(
            self.docker_container, dest, fobj)

    def get_archive(self, path, tarf):
        return docker.heptapod_get_archive(self.docker_container, path, tarf)

    def put_file_lines(self, path, lines, uid=998, gid=998):
        dirpath, filename = path.rsplit('/', 1)
        tar_buf = BytesIO()
        tarf = tarfile.open(mode='w:', fileobj=tar_buf)

        tinfo = tarfile.TarInfo(name='hgrc')
        contents_buf = BytesIO()
        contents_buf.writelines(l.encode() for l in lines)
        tinfo.size = contents_buf.tell()
        tinfo.uid, tinfo.gid = uid, gid
        contents_buf.seek(0)
        tarf.addfile(tinfo, fileobj=contents_buf)

        tar_buf.seek(0)
        self.put_archive_bin(dirpath, tar_buf)

    def get_file_lines(self, path):
        dirname, filename = path.rsplit('/', 1)
        buf = BytesIO()
        self.get_archive(path, buf)
        buf.seek(0)
        tarf = tarfile.open(mode='r:', fileobj=buf)
        return [l.decode() for l in tarf.extractfile(filename).readlines()]

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    def force_remove_route(self, route_path, source_type='Project'):
        """Delete a route from the database.

        Sometimes GitLab fails to clean Project routes after failed tests.
        """
        logger.warn("Cleaning up leftover route at %r", route_path)
        self.run_shell([
            'gitlab-psql', 'gitlabhq_production',
            '-c', "DELETE FROM routes "
            "WHERE source_type='%s' "
            "  AND path='%s'" % (source_type, route_path)
        ])

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    def backup_create(self, clean_previous=True):
        """Create a new backup

        :param bool clean_previous: if true, any previously existing backups
            are removed. This is handy so that the restore rake task knows
            which one to restore without any need to tell it.
        """
        # using find in order not to rely on shell expansion for *.tar
        self.run_shell(('find', '/var/opt/gitlab/backups',
                        '-name', '*.tar',
                        '-delete'))
        self.run_shell(('gitlab-rake', 'gitlab:backup:create'))

    @contextlib.contextmanager
    def backup_restore(self):
        """Context manager for backups restoration.

        This is a context manager as a way to provide resuming of the
        tests session on errors, in a convenient way for the caller.
        That means ensuring as much as possible that the server is running,
        maybe wait again for it, reinitialize passwords and tokens…
        """
        app_services = ('unicorn', 'sidekiq')
        try:
            for service in app_services:
                self.run_shell(('gitlab-ctl', 'stop', service))

            self.run_shell(('gitlab-rake', 'gitlab:backup:restore',
                            'force=yes'))

            for service in app_services:
                self.run_shell(('gitlab-ctl', 'start', service))

            self.wait_startup()
            yield

        except Exception:
            # these are idempotent
            self.run_shell(('gitlab-ctl', 'start', 'unicorn'))
            self.run_shell(('gitlab-ctl', 'start', 'sidekiq'))

            # Worst case scenario, we lost all our data. We need to
            # reprepare the server for subsequent tests
            self.prepare(self.users['root']['password'])
            raise

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class SourceHeptapod(Heptapod):
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    """An Heptapod server installed from source on the same system.

    Same system means without using any container technology (Docker or
    otherwise) that would insulate the tests from the server.
    """

    fs_access = True

    shell_access = True
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    reverse_call_host = 'localhost'

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    @property
    def ssh_url(self):
        return 'ssh://{host}:{port}'.format(
            host=self.host,
            port=self.ssh_port,
        )

    def __init__(self, repositories_root, **kw):
        super(SourceHeptapod, self).__init__(**kw)
        self.repositories_root = repositories_root

    def execute(self, command, user='git'):
        if user != 'git':
            raise NotImplementedError(
                "On source Heptapod, only same user as for Rails and HgServe "
                "is allowed")
        process = subprocess.Popen(command,
                                   stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
                                   stderr=subprocess.PIPE)
        out, err = [o.decode() for o in process.communicate()]
        retcode = process.poll()

        if out:
            sys.stdout.write(out)
        if err:
            sys.stderr.write(err)
        return retcode, out

    def run_shell(self, command):
        exit_code, output = self.execute(command)
        if exit_code != 0:
            raise RuntimeError(
                ('Heptapod command {command} returned a non-zero '
                 'exit code {exit_code}').format(
                     command=command,
                     exit_code=exit_code,
                 ))

    def put_archive(self, dest, path, owner='git'):
        if owner != 'git':
            raise NotImplementedError(
                "On source Heptapod, only same owner as for Rails and HgServe "
                "is allowed")
        subprocess.check_call(['tar', 'xf', path], cwd=dest)

    def get_file_lines(self, path):
        with open(path, 'r') as fobj:
            return fobj.readlines()

    def put_file_lines(self, path, lines):
        with open(path, 'w') as fobj:
            fobj.writelines(lines)