Commit a665b34a authored by Klaus Aehlig's avatar Klaus Aehlig

Properly get rid of all watcher jobs

Our tests running via RunWithLocks strictly depend on no
watcher jobs interfering. Therefore they pause the watcher;
unfortunately, there still is a race: the watcher only checks
the pause status upon its invocation, but submits jobs later
in its run time. Therefore not only pause it (doesn't hurt),
but also add a filter to reject all its jobs, and then wait
for all running jobs to terminate.
Signed-off-by: default avatarKlaus Aehlig <>
Reviewed-by: default avatarPetr Pudlak <>
parent 57696dd6
......@@ -365,7 +365,15 @@ def RunWithLocks(fn, locks, timeout, block, *args, **kwargs):
"acquired in the course of a QA test.")
# The watcher may interfere by issuing its own jobs - therefore pause it
# also reject all its jobs and wait for any running jobs to finish.
AssertCommand(["gnt-cluster", "watcher", "pause", "12h"])
filter_uuid = stdout_of([
"gnt-filter", "add",
'--predicates=[["reason", ["=", "source", "gnt:watcher"]]]',
while stdout_of(["gnt-job", "list", "--no-header", "--running"]) != "":
# Find out the lock names prior to starting the delay function
lock_name_map = _FindLockNames(locks)
......@@ -416,6 +424,7 @@ def RunWithLocks(fn, locks, timeout, block, *args, **kwargs):
# Revive the watcher
AssertCommand(["gnt-filter", "delete", filter_uuid])
AssertCommand(["gnt-cluster", "watcher", "continue"])
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