On 06.05.2016 14:58, Oleg Fayans wrote:

On 05/06/2016 11:42 AM, Martin Basti wrote:

On 06.05.2016 11:14, Oleg Fayans wrote:
On 05/06/2016 09:48 AM, Martin Basti wrote:
On 06.05.2016 09:36, Oleg Fayans wrote:
Tests are finally stable:

============================= test session starts
platform linux2 -- Python 2.7.11 -- py-1.4.30 -- pytest-2.7.3
rootdir: /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/ipatests, inifile: pytest.ini
plugins: multihost, sourceorder
collected 8 items

test_integration/test_dnssec.py ........

========================= 8 passed in 5561.48 seconds


PATCH 37 IIRC I refused to accept workaround for this issue when you
send this (almost the same) patch for first time, are you sure that we
want to hide real issues in tests, to just have green color there?

The underlying issue is 7 months old. Latest update in the issue from
Peter Spacek is: "I do not have time to investigate this issue now",
which means, that it will stay there for unpredictable amount of time
more. If we want to have a "green" jenkins that actually tests existing
features, we have to accept workarounds for such long-term issues

I leave decision if push this or not to different people, however I will
do review on this.


Why do you change sleep time? How is it related to workaround?

-        time.sleep(20)  # sleep a bit until LDAP changes are applied to
+        time.sleep(10)  # sleep a bit until LDAP changes are applied to
10 seconds proved to be enough even in our super-slow brno rhevm lab
Unrelated to workaround, send it as new patch

why do you removes sleep from several places? How is this related to
@@ -281,13 +302,19 @@ class TestInstallDNSSECFirst(IntegrationTest):
              "--a-rec=" + self.master.ip
-        time.sleep(10)  # sleep a bit until data are provided by

          args = [
              "ipa", "dnsrecord-add", root_zone, self.master.domain.name,
              "--ns-rec=" + self.master.hostname
Because it's more reasonable to make changes on all hosts and then wait.
Now, this is NACK.
Yes, that is true wait when all changes are done, but you completely misunderstood why that sleep is there. Sleep is there because an A record was added, and it took time until this change is propagated to DNS, without A record following command (adding NS record) will fail. Bind-dyndb-ldap feels happy so it can work today, but it may not work tomorrow.

You restart the same replica twice
+        time.sleep(10)  # sleep a bit until LDAP changes are applied to
+        # A workaround for ticket N 5348
+        self.replicas[0].run_command(["systemctl", "restart",
+                                      "named-pkcs11.service"])
+        self.replicas[0].run_command(["systemctl", "restart",
+                                      "named-pkcs11.service"])
+        # End of workaround
My bad.

Can you create a function doing workaround instead of copying the same
code several times?

something like
def restart_named(*args):
     for host in args:
        # host$ systemctl restart named-pkcs11

where args are instances self.host, or self.master, or self.replica
Now, that's a marvelous idea! Implemented. And put the sleep interval in
it too just to keep it in one place
I wanted  *args to have
restart_named(self.replicas[0], self.replicas[1])
instead creating an additional list
restart_named([self.replicas[0], self.replicas[1]])
but whatever it works.

Why did you removed this comment?
-        # wait until zone is signed
Because this is kin of obvious from the name of the function:
Unrelated to this workaround, send it as separate patch "Removing mbasti's useless DNSSEC comments"

I'm not sure, but is sleep there needed? Because restart of named will
download all LDAP data again.
It turns out, without this interval the restart does not always help

If timeout is required maybe reason why
time is there should be rephrased, to something like, make sure the
dnssec keys were exported for named, or so.

+        time.sleep(10)  # sleep a bit until LDAP changes are applied to
+        # A workaround for ticket N 5348
+        self.master.run_command(["systemctl", "restart",
+                                 "named-pkcs11.service"])
+        self.replicas[0].run_command(["systemctl", "restart",
+                                      "named-pkcs11.service"])
+        # End of workaround


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