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#!/usr/bin/python
#

# Copyright (C) 2006, 2007 Google Inc.
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
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# 02110-1301, USA.


"""Script for unittesting the utils module"""

import unittest
import os
import time
import tempfile
import os.path
import md5
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import socket
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import shutil
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import re
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import ganeti
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from ganeti import constants
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from ganeti import utils
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from ganeti.utils import IsProcessAlive, Lock, Unlock, RunCmd, \
     RemoveFile, CheckDict, MatchNameComponent, FormatUnit, \
     ParseUnit, AddAuthorizedKey, RemoveAuthorizedKey, \
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     ShellQuote, ShellQuoteArgs, TcpPing, ListVisibleFiles, \
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     SetEtcHostsEntry, RemoveEtcHostsEntry
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from ganeti.errors import LockError, UnitParseError

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class GanetiTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
  def assertFileContent(self, file_name, content):
    """Checks the content of a file.

    """
    handle = open(file_name, 'r')
    try:
      self.assertEqual(handle.read(), content)
    finally:
      handle.close()


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class TestIsProcessAlive(unittest.TestCase):
  """Testing case for IsProcessAlive"""
  def setUp(self):
    # create a zombie and a (hopefully) non-existing process id
    self.pid_zombie = os.fork()
    if self.pid_zombie == 0:
      os._exit(0)
    elif self.pid_zombie < 0:
      raise SystemError("can't fork")
    self.pid_non_existing = os.fork()
    if self.pid_non_existing == 0:
      os._exit(0)
    elif self.pid_non_existing > 0:
      os.waitpid(self.pid_non_existing, 0)
    else:
      raise SystemError("can't fork")


  def testExists(self):
    mypid = os.getpid()
    self.assert_(IsProcessAlive(mypid),
                 "can't find myself running")

  def testZombie(self):
    self.assert_(not IsProcessAlive(self.pid_zombie),
                 "zombie not detected as zombie")


  def testNotExisting(self):
    self.assert_(not IsProcessAlive(self.pid_non_existing),
                 "noexisting process detected")


class TestLocking(unittest.TestCase):
  """Testing case for the Lock/Unlock functions"""
  def clean_lock(self, name):
    try:
      ganeti.utils.Unlock("unittest")
    except LockError:
      pass


  def testLock(self):
    self.clean_lock("unittest")
    self.assertEqual(None, Lock("unittest"))


  def testUnlock(self):
    self.clean_lock("unittest")
    ganeti.utils.Lock("unittest")
    self.assertEqual(None, Unlock("unittest"))


  def testDoubleLock(self):
    self.clean_lock("unittest")
    ganeti.utils.Lock("unittest")
    self.assertRaises(LockError, Lock, "unittest")


class TestRunCmd(unittest.TestCase):
  """Testing case for the RunCmd function"""

  def setUp(self):
    self.magic = time.ctime() + " ganeti test"

  def testOk(self):
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    """Test successful exit code"""
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    result = RunCmd("/bin/sh -c 'exit 0'")
    self.assertEqual(result.exit_code, 0)

  def testFail(self):
    """Test fail exit code"""
    result = RunCmd("/bin/sh -c 'exit 1'")
    self.assertEqual(result.exit_code, 1)


  def testStdout(self):
    """Test standard output"""
    cmd = 'echo -n "%s"' % self.magic
    result = RunCmd("/bin/sh -c '%s'" % cmd)
    self.assertEqual(result.stdout, self.magic)


  def testStderr(self):
    """Test standard error"""
    cmd = 'echo -n "%s"' % self.magic
    result = RunCmd("/bin/sh -c '%s' 1>&2" % cmd)
    self.assertEqual(result.stderr, self.magic)


  def testCombined(self):
    """Test combined output"""
    cmd = 'echo -n "A%s"; echo -n "B%s" 1>&2' % (self.magic, self.magic)
    result = RunCmd("/bin/sh -c '%s'" % cmd)
    self.assertEqual(result.output, "A" + self.magic + "B" + self.magic)

  def testSignal(self):
    """Test standard error"""
    result = RunCmd("/bin/sh -c 'kill -15 $$'")
    self.assertEqual(result.signal, 15)

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  def testListRun(self):
    """Test list runs"""
    result = RunCmd(["true"])
    self.assertEqual(result.signal, None)
    self.assertEqual(result.exit_code, 0)
    result = RunCmd(["/bin/sh", "-c", "exit 1"])
    self.assertEqual(result.signal, None)
    self.assertEqual(result.exit_code, 1)
    result = RunCmd(["echo", "-n", self.magic])
    self.assertEqual(result.signal, None)
    self.assertEqual(result.exit_code, 0)
    self.assertEqual(result.stdout, self.magic)

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  def testLang(self):
    """Test locale environment"""
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    old_env = os.environ.copy()
    try:
      os.environ["LANG"] = "en_US.UTF-8"
      os.environ["LC_ALL"] = "en_US.UTF-8"
      result = RunCmd(["locale"])
      for line in result.output.splitlines():
        key, value = line.split("=", 1)
        # Ignore these variables, they're overridden by LC_ALL
        if key == "LANG" or key == "LANGUAGE":
          continue
        self.failIf(value and value != "C" and value != '"C"',
            "Variable %s is set to the invalid value '%s'" % (key, value))
    finally:
      os.environ = old_env
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class TestRemoveFile(unittest.TestCase):
  """Test case for the RemoveFile function"""

  def setUp(self):
    """Create a temp dir and file for each case"""
    self.tmpdir = tempfile.mkdtemp('', 'ganeti-unittest-')
    fd, self.tmpfile = tempfile.mkstemp('', '', self.tmpdir)
    os.close(fd)

  def tearDown(self):
    if os.path.exists(self.tmpfile):
      os.unlink(self.tmpfile)
    os.rmdir(self.tmpdir)


  def testIgnoreDirs(self):
    """Test that RemoveFile() ignores directories"""
    self.assertEqual(None, RemoveFile(self.tmpdir))


  def testIgnoreNotExisting(self):
    """Test that RemoveFile() ignores non-existing files"""
    RemoveFile(self.tmpfile)
    RemoveFile(self.tmpfile)


  def testRemoveFile(self):
    """Test that RemoveFile does remove a file"""
    RemoveFile(self.tmpfile)
    if os.path.exists(self.tmpfile):
      self.fail("File '%s' not removed" % self.tmpfile)


  def testRemoveSymlink(self):
    """Test that RemoveFile does remove symlinks"""
    symlink = self.tmpdir + "/symlink"
    os.symlink("no-such-file", symlink)
    RemoveFile(symlink)
    if os.path.exists(symlink):
      self.fail("File '%s' not removed" % symlink)
    os.symlink(self.tmpfile, symlink)
    RemoveFile(symlink)
    if os.path.exists(symlink):
      self.fail("File '%s' not removed" % symlink)


class TestCheckdict(unittest.TestCase):
  """Test case for the CheckDict function"""

  def testAdd(self):
    """Test that CheckDict adds a missing key with the correct value"""

    tgt = {'a':1}
    tmpl = {'b': 2}
    CheckDict(tgt, tmpl)
    if 'b' not in tgt or tgt['b'] != 2:
      self.fail("Failed to update dict")


  def testNoUpdate(self):
    """Test that CheckDict does not overwrite an existing key"""
    tgt = {'a':1, 'b': 3}
    tmpl = {'b': 2}
    CheckDict(tgt, tmpl)
    self.failUnlessEqual(tgt['b'], 3)


class TestMatchNameComponent(unittest.TestCase):
  """Test case for the MatchNameComponent function"""

  def testEmptyList(self):
    """Test that there is no match against an empty list"""

    self.failUnlessEqual(MatchNameComponent("", []), None)
    self.failUnlessEqual(MatchNameComponent("test", []), None)

  def testSingleMatch(self):
    """Test that a single match is performed correctly"""
    mlist = ["test1.example.com", "test2.example.com", "test3.example.com"]
    for key in "test2", "test2.example", "test2.example.com":
      self.failUnlessEqual(MatchNameComponent(key, mlist), mlist[1])

  def testMultipleMatches(self):
    """Test that a multiple match is returned as None"""
    mlist = ["test1.example.com", "test1.example.org", "test1.example.net"]
    for key in "test1", "test1.example":
      self.failUnlessEqual(MatchNameComponent(key, mlist), None)


class TestFormatUnit(unittest.TestCase):
  """Test case for the FormatUnit function"""

  def testMiB(self):
    self.assertEqual(FormatUnit(1), '1M')
    self.assertEqual(FormatUnit(100), '100M')
    self.assertEqual(FormatUnit(1023), '1023M')

  def testGiB(self):
    self.assertEqual(FormatUnit(1024), '1.0G')
    self.assertEqual(FormatUnit(1536), '1.5G')
    self.assertEqual(FormatUnit(17133), '16.7G')
    self.assertEqual(FormatUnit(1024 * 1024 - 1), '1024.0G')

  def testTiB(self):
    self.assertEqual(FormatUnit(1024 * 1024), '1.0T')
    self.assertEqual(FormatUnit(5120 * 1024), '5.0T')
    self.assertEqual(FormatUnit(29829 * 1024), '29.1T')


class TestParseUnit(unittest.TestCase):
  """Test case for the ParseUnit function"""

  SCALES = (('', 1),
            ('M', 1), ('G', 1024), ('T', 1024 * 1024),
            ('MB', 1), ('GB', 1024), ('TB', 1024 * 1024),
            ('MiB', 1), ('GiB', 1024), ('TiB', 1024 * 1024))

  def testRounding(self):
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('0'), 0)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('1'), 4)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('2'), 4)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('3'), 4)

    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('124'), 124)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('125'), 128)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('126'), 128)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('127'), 128)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('128'), 128)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('129'), 132)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('130'), 132)

  def testFloating(self):
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('0'), 0)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('0.5'), 4)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('1.75'), 4)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('1.99'), 4)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('2.00'), 4)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('2.01'), 4)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('3.99'), 4)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('4.00'), 4)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('4.01'), 8)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('1.5G'), 1536)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('1.8G'), 1844)
    self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('8.28T'), 8682212)

  def testSuffixes(self):
    for sep in ('', ' ', '   ', "\t", "\t "):
      for suffix, scale in TestParseUnit.SCALES:
        for func in (lambda x: x, str.lower, str.upper):
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          self.assertEqual(ParseUnit('1024' + sep + func(suffix)),
                           1024 * scale)
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  def testInvalidInput(self):
    for sep in ('-', '_', ',', 'a'):
      for suffix, _ in TestParseUnit.SCALES:
        self.assertRaises(UnitParseError, ParseUnit, '1' + sep + suffix)

    for suffix, _ in TestParseUnit.SCALES:
      self.assertRaises(UnitParseError, ParseUnit, '1,3' + suffix)


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class TestSshKeys(GanetiTestCase):
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  """Test case for the AddAuthorizedKey function"""

  KEY_A = 'ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1w5256closdj32mZaQU root@key-a'
  KEY_B = ('command="/usr/bin/fooserver -t --verbose",from="1.2.3.4" '
           'ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1w520smc01ms0jfJs22 root@key-b')

  def writeTestFile(self):
    (fd, tmpname) = tempfile.mkstemp(prefix = 'ganeti-test')
    f = os.fdopen(fd, 'w')
    try:
      f.write(TestSshKeys.KEY_A)
      f.write("\n")
      f.write(TestSshKeys.KEY_B)
      f.write("\n")
    finally:
      f.close()

    return tmpname

  def testAddingNewKey(self):
    tmpname = self.writeTestFile()
    try:
      AddAuthorizedKey(tmpname, 'ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1kc3MAAACB root@test')

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      self.assertFileContent(tmpname,
        "ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1w5256closdj32mZaQU root@key-a\n"
        'command="/usr/bin/fooserver -t --verbose",from="1.2.3.4"'
        " ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1w520smc01ms0jfJs22 root@key-b\n"
        "ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1kc3MAAACB root@test\n")
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    finally:
      os.unlink(tmpname)

  def testAddingAlmostButNotCompletlyTheSameKey(self):
    tmpname = self.writeTestFile()
    try:
      AddAuthorizedKey(tmpname,
          'ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1w5256closdj32mZaQU root@test')

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      self.assertFileContent(tmpname,
        "ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1w5256closdj32mZaQU root@key-a\n"
        'command="/usr/bin/fooserver -t --verbose",from="1.2.3.4"'
        " ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1w520smc01ms0jfJs22 root@key-b\n"
        "ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1w5256closdj32mZaQU root@test\n")
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    finally:
      os.unlink(tmpname)

  def testAddingExistingKeyWithSomeMoreSpaces(self):
    tmpname = self.writeTestFile()
    try:
      AddAuthorizedKey(tmpname,
          'ssh-dss  AAAAB3NzaC1w5256closdj32mZaQU   root@key-a')

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      self.assertFileContent(tmpname,
        "ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1w5256closdj32mZaQU root@key-a\n"
        'command="/usr/bin/fooserver -t --verbose",from="1.2.3.4"'
        " ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1w520smc01ms0jfJs22 root@key-b\n")
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    finally:
      os.unlink(tmpname)

  def testRemovingExistingKeyWithSomeMoreSpaces(self):
    tmpname = self.writeTestFile()
    try:
      RemoveAuthorizedKey(tmpname,
          'ssh-dss  AAAAB3NzaC1w5256closdj32mZaQU   root@key-a')

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        'command="/usr/bin/fooserver -t --verbose",from="1.2.3.4"'
        " ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1w520smc01ms0jfJs22 root@key-b\n")
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    finally:
      os.unlink(tmpname)

  def testRemovingNonExistingKey(self):
    tmpname = self.writeTestFile()
    try:
      RemoveAuthorizedKey(tmpname,
          'ssh-dss  AAAAB3Nsdfj230xxjxJjsjwjsjdjU   root@test')

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      self.assertFileContent(tmpname,
        "ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1w5256closdj32mZaQU root@key-a\n"
        'command="/usr/bin/fooserver -t --verbose",from="1.2.3.4"'
        " ssh-dss AAAAB3NzaC1w520smc01ms0jfJs22 root@key-b\n")
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class TestEtcHosts(GanetiTestCase):
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  """Test functions modifying /etc/hosts"""

  def writeTestFile(self):
    (fd, tmpname) = tempfile.mkstemp(prefix = 'ganeti-test')
    f = os.fdopen(fd, 'w')
    try:
      f.write('# This is a test file for /etc/hosts\n')
      f.write('127.0.0.1\tlocalhost\n')
      f.write('192.168.1.1 router gw\n')
    finally:
      f.close()

    return tmpname

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  def testSettingNewIp(self):
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    tmpname = self.writeTestFile()
    try:
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      self.assertFileContent(tmpname,
        "# This is a test file for /etc/hosts\n"
        "127.0.0.1\tlocalhost\n"
        "192.168.1.1 router gw\n"
        "1.2.3.4\tmyhost.domain.tld myhost\n")
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  def testSettingExistingIp(self):
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    tmpname = self.writeTestFile()
    try:
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      self.assertFileContent(tmpname,
        "# This is a test file for /etc/hosts\n"
        "127.0.0.1\tlocalhost\n"
        "192.168.1.1\tmyhost.domain.tld myhost\n")
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      os.unlink(tmpname)

  def testRemovingExistingHost(self):
    tmpname = self.writeTestFile()
    try:
      RemoveEtcHostsEntry(tmpname, 'router')

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      self.assertFileContent(tmpname,
        "# This is a test file for /etc/hosts\n"
        "127.0.0.1\tlocalhost\n"
        "192.168.1.1 gw\n")
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    finally:
      os.unlink(tmpname)

  def testRemovingSingleExistingHost(self):
    tmpname = self.writeTestFile()
    try:
      RemoveEtcHostsEntry(tmpname, 'localhost')

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      self.assertFileContent(tmpname,
        "# This is a test file for /etc/hosts\n"
        "192.168.1.1 router gw\n")
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      os.unlink(tmpname)

  def testRemovingNonExistingHost(self):
    tmpname = self.writeTestFile()
    try:
      RemoveEtcHostsEntry(tmpname, 'myhost')

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        "# This is a test file for /etc/hosts\n"
        "127.0.0.1\tlocalhost\n"
        "192.168.1.1 router gw\n")
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      os.unlink(tmpname)

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  def testRemovingAlias(self):
    tmpname = self.writeTestFile()
    try:
      RemoveEtcHostsEntry(tmpname, 'gw')

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      self.assertFileContent(tmpname,
        "# This is a test file for /etc/hosts\n"
        "127.0.0.1\tlocalhost\n"
        "192.168.1.1 router\n")
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      os.unlink(tmpname)

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class TestShellQuoting(unittest.TestCase):
  """Test case for shell quoting functions"""

  def testShellQuote(self):
    self.assertEqual(ShellQuote('abc'), "abc")
    self.assertEqual(ShellQuote('ab"c'), "'ab\"c'")
    self.assertEqual(ShellQuote("a'bc"), "'a'\\''bc'")
    self.assertEqual(ShellQuote("a b c"), "'a b c'")
    self.assertEqual(ShellQuote("a b\\ c"), "'a b\\ c'")

  def testShellQuoteArgs(self):
    self.assertEqual(ShellQuoteArgs(['a', 'b', 'c']), "a b c")
    self.assertEqual(ShellQuoteArgs(['a', 'b"', 'c']), "a 'b\"' c")
    self.assertEqual(ShellQuoteArgs(['a', 'b\'', 'c']), "a 'b'\\\''' c")


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class TestTcpPing(unittest.TestCase):
  """Testcase for TCP version of ping - against listen(2)ing port"""

  def setUp(self):
    self.listener = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
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    self.listenerport = self.listener.getsockname()[1]
    self.listener.listen(1)

  def tearDown(self):
    self.listener.shutdown(socket.SHUT_RDWR)
    del self.listener
    del self.listenerport

  def testTcpPingToLocalHostAccept(self):
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                         self.listenerport,
                         timeout=10,
                         live_port_needed=True),
                 "failed to connect to test listener")


class TestTcpPingDeaf(unittest.TestCase):
  """Testcase for TCP version of ping - against non listen(2)ing port"""

  def setUp(self):
    self.deaflistener = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
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    self.deaflistenerport = self.deaflistener.getsockname()[1]

  def tearDown(self):
    del self.deaflistener
    del self.deaflistenerport

  def testTcpPingToLocalHostAcceptDeaf(self):
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                        constants.LOCALHOST_IP_ADDRESS,
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                        live_port_needed=True), # need successful connect(2)
                "successfully connected to deaf listener")

  def testTcpPingToLocalHostNoAccept(self):
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                         constants.LOCALHOST_IP_ADDRESS,
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                         live_port_needed=False), # ECONNREFUSED is OK
                 "failed to ping alive host on deaf port")


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class TestListVisibleFiles(unittest.TestCase):
  """Test case for ListVisibleFiles"""

  def setUp(self):
    self.path = tempfile.mkdtemp()

  def tearDown(self):
    shutil.rmtree(self.path)

  def _test(self, files, expected):
    # Sort a copy
    expected = expected[:]
    expected.sort()

    for name in files:
      f = open(os.path.join(self.path, name), 'w')
      try:
        f.write("Test\n")
      finally:
        f.close()

    found = ListVisibleFiles(self.path)
    found.sort()

    self.assertEqual(found, expected)

  def testAllVisible(self):
    files = ["a", "b", "c"]
    expected = files
    self._test(files, expected)

  def testNoneVisible(self):
    files = [".a", ".b", ".c"]
    expected = []
    self._test(files, expected)

  def testSomeVisible(self):
    files = ["a", "b", ".c"]
    expected = ["a", "b"]
    self._test(files, expected)


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class TestNewUUID(unittest.TestCase):
  """Test case for NewUUID"""
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  _re_uuid = re.compile('^[a-f0-9]{8}-[a-f0-9]{4}-[a-f0-9]{4}-'
                        '[a-f0-9]{4}-[a-f0-9]{12}$')

  def runTest(self):
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if __name__ == '__main__':
  unittest.main()