Commit 12c04491 authored by Mattia Rizzolo's avatar Mattia Rizzolo Committed by Holger Levsen

reproducible: add remote_scheduler.py: a mean to be called via ssh to schedule packages

parent e80c5422
#!/usr/bin/python3
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
#
# Copyright © 2015 Mattia Rizzolo <mattia@mapreri.org>
# Licensed under GPL-2
#
# Depends: python3
#
# A secure script to be called from remote hosts
import argparse
from subprocess import check_output
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
description='Reschedule packages to re-test their reproducibly',
epilog='You can wait for the results on #debian-reproducible, where the ' +
'build will be announced')
parser.add_argument('-a', '--artifacts', default=False, action='store_true',
help='Save artifacts (for further offline study)')
parser.add_argument('-s', '--suite', required=True,
help='Specify the suite to schedule for')
parser.add_argument('packages', metavar='package', nargs='+',
help='list of packages to reschedule')
scheduling_args = parser.parse_known_args()[0]
# these are here as an hack to be able to parse the command line
from reproducible_common import *
from reproducible_html_indexes import generate_schedule
class bcolors:
BOLD = '\033[1m'
UNDERLINE = '\033[4m'
GOOD = '\033[92m'
WARN = '\033[93m' + UNDERLINE
FAIL = '\033[91m' + BOLD + UNDERLINE
ENDC = '\033[0m'
# this variable is expected to come from the remote host
try:
requester = os.environ['LC_USER']
except KeyError:
log.critical(bcolors.FAIL + 'You should use the provided script to '
'schedule packages. Ask in #debian-reproducible if you have '
'trouble with that.' + bcolors.ENDC)
sys.exit(1)
suite = scheduling_args.suite
packages = scheduling_args.packages
artifacts = scheduling_args.artifacts
log.debug('Requester: ' + requester)
log.debug('Artifacts: ' + str(artifacts))
log.debug('Architecture: ' + defaultarch)
log.debug('Suite: ' + suite)
if suite not in SUITES:
log.critical('The specified suite is not in the available ones.')
log.critical('Please chose between ' + ', '.join(SUITES))
sys.exit(1)
if scheduling_args.artifacts:
log.info('The artifacts of the build(s) will be saved to the location '
'mentioned at the end of the build log(s).')
ids = []
query = 'SELECT id FROM sources WHERE name="{pkg}" AND suite="{suite}"'
for pkg in packages:
queryed = query.format(pkg=pkg, suite=suite)
result = query_db(query.format(pkg=pkg, suite=suite))
result = query_db(queryed)
try:
ids.append(result[0][0])
except IndexError:
log.critical('The package ' + pkg + ' is not available in ' + suite)
sys.exit(1)
blablabla = '✂…' if len(' '.join(packages)) > 257 else ''
packages_txt = ' packages ' if len(packages) > 1 else ' package '
artifacts_txt = ' - artifacts will be preserved' if artifacts else ''
message = str(len(ids)) + packages_txt + 'scheduled in ' + suite + ' by ' + \
requester + ': ' + ' '.join(packages)[0:256] + blablabla + artifacts_txt
# these packages are manually scheduled, so should have high priority,
# so schedule them in the past, so they are picked earlier :)
# the current date is subtracted twice, so it sorts before early scheduling
# schedule on the full hour so we can recognize them easily
now = datetime.datetime.now()
days = int(now.strftime('%j'))*2
hours = int(now.strftime('%H'))*2
minutes = int(now.strftime('%M'))
time_delta = datetime.timedelta(days=days, hours=hours, minutes=minutes)
date = (now - time_delta).strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M')
log.debug('date_scheduled = ' + date + ' time_delta = ' + str(time_delta))
to_schedule = []
for id in ids:
artifacts_value = 1 if artifacts else 0
to_schedule.append((id, date, artifacts_value))
log.debug('Packages about to be scheduled: ' + str(to_schedule))
query = '''REPLACE INTO schedule
(package_id, date_scheduled, date_build_started, save_artifacts, notify)
VALUES (?, ?, "", ?, "true")'''
cursor = conn_db.cursor()
cursor.executemany(query, to_schedule)
log.info(bcolors.GOOD + message + bcolors.ENDC)
irc_msg(message)
generate_schedule() # the html page
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