Here is the test output:
On 07/26/2016 03:34 PM, Oleg Fayans wrote:
The patch was updated according to your suggestions. A separate patch
removing outdated tests is attached.
On 07/08/2016 02:10 PM, Martin Basti wrote:
On 07.07.2016 08:09, Oleg Fayans wrote:
Updated version of the patch is attached with the failing tests marked
as xfailed (let's make the jenkins green).
On 07/04/2016 10:50 PM, Oleg Fayans wrote:
2 out of 7 tests currently fail due to a known issue , others pass.
This is wrong:
you are not getting SSHFP records, just SSH public key (with your
you are using host-find without any arguments, so it will returns SSH
key for all hosts, the code before was getting SSHFP only for one host.
Would be better to use host-show?
you actually found a bug, because host-find and host-show should print
only SSH fingerprints not SSH keys
don't call it SSHFP records in code, because it is not DNS related,
probably you want to get SSH fingerprints instead of SSH keys
It may contain multiple SSH keys, you always return only the first (the
original code returns all values)
- sshfp_record = ''
- client_host = self.clients.hostname.split('.')
result = self.master.run_command(
- ['ipa', 'dnsrecord-show', self.master.domain.name,
+ ['ipa', 'host-find']
- lines = result.stdout_text.splitlines()
- for line in lines:
- if 'SSHFP record:' in line:
- sshfp_record = line.replace('SSHFP record:', '').strip()
- assert sshfp_record, 'SSHFP record not found'
- sshfp_record = set(sshfp_record.split(', '))
- self.log.debug("SSHFP record for host %s: %s", client_host,
- return sshfp_record
+ records = result.stdout_text.split('\n\n')
+ sshkey_re = re.compile('.+SSH public key: ssh-\w+ (\S+?),.+')
+ for hostrecord in records:
+ if self.clients.hostname in hostrecord:
+ sshfps = sshkey_re.findall(hostrecord)
+ assert sshfps, 'SSHFP record not found'
+ sshfp = sshfps
+ return sshfp
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