Stephen Finucane <step...@that.guru> writes:

> On Wed, 2018-04-11 at 02:23 +1000, Daniel Axtens wrote:
>> > diff --git 
>> > a/patchwork/migrations/0027_migrate_data_from_event_fields_to_payload.py 
>> > b/patchwork/migrations/0027_migrate_data_from_event_fields_to_payload.py
>> > new file mode 100644
>> > index 00000000..5dca85c5
>> > --- /dev/null
>> > +++ 
>> > b/patchwork/migrations/0027_migrate_data_from_event_fields_to_payload.py
>> > @@ -0,0 +1,61 @@
>> > +# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
>> > +from __future__ import unicode_literals
>> > +
>> > +from django.db import migrations, models
>> > +
>> > +from patchwork.api.event import PayloadSerializer
>> > +from patchwork.models import Event
>> > +
>> > +
>> > +# TODO(stephenfin): Move this to 'api/event' and into Serializer
>> > +class Payload(object):
>> > +
>> > +    def __init__(self, **kwargs):
>> > +        for kwarg in kwargs:
>> > +            setattr(self, kwarg, kwargs[kwarg])
>> > +
>> > +
>> > +def generate_payload(apps, schema_editor):
>> > +    # NOTE(stephenfin): We could convert this to native SQL in the future
>> > +    # by using e.g. 'JSON_OBJECT' for MySQL
>> > +    EventBase = apps.get_model('patchwork', 'Event')
>> > +
>> > +    for event in EventBase.objects.all():
>> > +        category = event.category
>> > +        # TODO(stephenfin): This logic should be moved into the 
>> > EventSerializer
>> > +        # class
>> > +        if category == Event.CATEGORY_COVER_CREATED:
>> > +            payload_obj = Payload(cover=event.cover)
>> > +        elif category == Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_CREATED:
>> > +            payload_obj = Payload(patch=event.patch)
>> > +        elif category == Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_STATE_CHANGED:
>> > +            payload_obj = Payload(patch=event.patch,
>> > +                                  previous_state=event.previous_state,
>> > +                                  current_state=event.previous_state)
>> > +        elif category == Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_DELEGATED:
>> > +            payload_obj = Payload(patch=event.patch,
>> > +                                  
>> > previous_delegate=event.previous_delegate,
>> > +                                  current_delegate=event.current_delegate)
>> > +        elif category == Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_COMPLETED:
>> > +            payload_obj = Payload(patch=event.patch)
>> > +        elif category == Event.CATEGORY_CHECK_CREATED:
>> > +            payload_obj = Payload(patch=event.patch, 
>> > check=event.created_check)
>> > +        elif category == Event.CATEGORY_SERIES_CREATED:
>> > +            payload_obj = Payload(series=event.series)
>> > +        elif category == Event.CATEGORY_SERIES_COMPLETED:
>> > +            payload_obj = Payload(series=event.series)
>> > +
>> > +        payload = PayloadSerializer(payload_obj).data

Converting this to json.dumps(PayloadSerializer(payload_obj).data)
WFM. It now 'only' uses about a third of my memory for 318k events.

The results seem to render although they are more nested than I remember:

{
        "id": 318637,
        "category": "patch-completed",
        "project": {
            "id": 2,
            "url": "http://localhost:8000/api/projects/2/";,
            "name": "Kernel Team",
            "link_name": "kernel-team",
            "list_id": "kernel-team.lists.ubuntu.com",
            "list_email": "kernel-t...@lists.ubuntu.com",
            "web_url": "",
            "scm_url": "",
            "webscm_url": ""
        },
        "date": "2018-04-10T15:24:19.650185",
        "payload": {
            "patch": {
                "id": 105448,
                "url": "http://localhost:8000/api/patches/105448/";,
                "msgid": "<20170828081014.24028-1-po-hsu....@canonical.com>",
                "date": "2017-08-28T08:10:14",
                "name": "[CVE-2016-10200,SRU,Trusty] l2tp: fix racy SOCK_ZAPPED 
flag check in l2tp_ip{, 6}_bind()",
                "mbox": "http://localhost:8000/patch/105448/mbox/";
            }
        }
    },

ISTR they looked a bit different previously, although I can't remember
if the details (here things like mbox) were previous at the top level or
in some object.

Timings to come.

Regards,
Daniel

>> > +        event.payload = payload
>> > +        event.save()
>> > +
>> > +
>> > +class Migration(migrations.Migration):
>> > +
>> > +    dependencies = [
>> > +        ('patchwork', '0026_add_event_payload_field'),
>> > +    ]
>> > +
>> > +    operations = [
>> > +        migrations.RunPython(generate_payload, atomic=True),
>> > +    ]
>> 
>> 
>> I tried to run this migration on my laptop (16GB ram + swap) on a db
>> with 102k patches. (The postgres sql dump is 781 MB).
>> 
>> It chewed up over 16GB of ram before being OOM killed.
>> 
>> This somewhat derailed my attempts to see if this offers any performance
>> gain to justify the additional complexity.
>
> Darn, I'd tested this with the Patchwork archives and, while slow, it
> did work. Guess it must be loading a lot of stuff into memory. I'll try
> this again later in the week with a larger archive and see if I can
> optimize anything.
>
>> BTW - I asked some questions last time around about versioning and
>> dealing with any future changes. Did you have any thoughts on that? I
>> think it's also a big issue.
>
> Right, sorry. I'll address those now.
>
> Stephen
>
>> Regards,
>> Daniel
>> 
>> 
>> > diff --git a/patchwork/migrations/0028_remove_old_event_fields.py 
>> > b/patchwork/migrations/0028_remove_old_event_fields.py
>> > new file mode 100644
>> > index 00000000..2f7ba7bf
>> > --- /dev/null
>> > +++ b/patchwork/migrations/0028_remove_old_event_fields.py
>> > @@ -0,0 +1,34 @@
>> > +# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
>> > +from __future__ import unicode_literals
>> > +
>> > +from django.db import migrations
>> > +
>> > +
>> > +class Migration(migrations.Migration):
>> > +
>> > +    dependencies = [
>> > +        ('patchwork', '0027_migrate_data_from_event_fields_to_payload'),
>> > +    ]
>> > +
>> > +    operations = [
>> > +        migrations.RemoveField(
>> > +            model_name='event',
>> > +            name='created_check',
>> > +        ),
>> > +        migrations.RemoveField(
>> > +            model_name='event',
>> > +            name='current_delegate',
>> > +        ),
>> > +        migrations.RemoveField(
>> > +            model_name='event',
>> > +            name='current_state',
>> > +        ),
>> > +        migrations.RemoveField(
>> > +            model_name='event',
>> > +            name='previous_delegate',
>> > +        ),
>> > +        migrations.RemoveField(
>> > +            model_name='event',
>> > +            name='previous_state',
>> > +        ),
>> > +    ]
>> > diff --git a/patchwork/models.py b/patchwork/models.py
>> > index f91b994c..a5992d68 100644
>> > --- a/patchwork/models.py
>> > +++ b/patchwork/models.py
>> > @@ -37,6 +37,7 @@ from django.utils.functional import cached_property
>> >  from patchwork.compat import is_authenticated
>> >  from patchwork.compat import reverse
>> >  from patchwork.fields import HashField
>> > +from patchwork.fields import JSONField
>> >  from patchwork.hasher import hash_diff
>> >  
>> >  if settings.ENABLE_REST_API:
>> > @@ -943,32 +944,9 @@ class Event(models.Model):
>> >          on_delete=models.CASCADE,
>> >          help_text='The cover letter that this event was created for.')
>> >  
>> > -    # fields for 'patch-state-changed' events
>> > +    # additional data
>> >  
>> > -    previous_state = models.ForeignKey(
>> > -        State, related_name='+', null=True, blank=True,
>> > -        on_delete=models.CASCADE)
>> > -    current_state = models.ForeignKey(
>> > -        State, related_name='+', null=True, blank=True,
>> > -        on_delete=models.CASCADE)
>> > -
>> > -    # fields for 'patch-delegate-changed' events
>> > -
>> > -    previous_delegate = models.ForeignKey(
>> > -        User, related_name='+', null=True, blank=True,
>> > -        on_delete=models.CASCADE)
>> > -    current_delegate = models.ForeignKey(
>> > -        User, related_name='+', null=True, blank=True,
>> > -        on_delete=models.CASCADE)
>> > -
>> > -    # fields or 'patch-check-created' events
>> > -
>> > -    created_check = models.ForeignKey(
>> > -        Check, related_name='+', null=True, blank=True,
>> > -        on_delete=models.CASCADE)
>> > -
>> > -    # TODO(stephenfin): Validate that the correct fields are being set by 
>> > way
>> > -    # of a 'clean' method
>> > +    payload = JSONField(null=True, blank=True)
>> >  
>> >      def __repr__(self):
>> >          return "<Event id='%d' category='%s'" % (self.id, self.category)
>> > diff --git a/patchwork/signals.py b/patchwork/signals.py
>> > index b083b51a..c0f4c08d 100644
>> > --- a/patchwork/signals.py
>> > +++ b/patchwork/signals.py
>> > @@ -24,6 +24,7 @@ from django.db.models.signals import post_save
>> >  from django.db.models.signals import pre_save
>> >  from django.dispatch import receiver
>> >  
>> > +from patchwork.api.event import PayloadSerializer
>> >  from patchwork.models import Check
>> >  from patchwork.models import CoverLetter
>> >  from patchwork.models import Event
>> > @@ -33,6 +34,14 @@ from patchwork.models import Series
>> >  from patchwork.models import SeriesPatch
>> >  
>> >  
>> > +# TODO(stephenfin): Move this to 'api/event' and into Serializer
>> > +class Payload(object):
>> > +
>> > +    def __init__(self, **kwargs):
>> > +        for kwarg in kwargs:
>> > +            setattr(self, kwarg, kwargs[kwarg])
>> > +
>> > +
>> >  @receiver(pre_save, sender=Patch)
>> >  def patch_change_callback(sender, instance, raw, **kwargs):
>> >      # we only want notification of modified patches
>> > @@ -73,9 +82,13 @@ def patch_change_callback(sender, instance, raw, 
>> > **kwargs):
>> >  def create_cover_created_event(sender, instance, created, raw, **kwargs):
>> >  
>> >      def create_event(cover):
>> > +        payload = PayloadSerializer(Payload(
>> > +            cover=cover))
>> > +
>> >          return Event.objects.create(
>> >              category=Event.CATEGORY_COVER_CREATED,
>> >              project=cover.project,
>> > +            payload=payload.data,
>> >              cover=cover)
>> >  
>> >      # don't trigger for items loaded from fixtures or new items
>> > @@ -88,9 +101,13 @@ def create_cover_created_event(sender, instance, 
>> > created, raw, **kwargs):
>> >  def create_patch_created_event(sender, instance, created, raw, **kwargs):
>> >  
>> >      def create_event(patch):
>> > +        payload = PayloadSerializer(Payload(
>> > +            patch=patch))
>> > +
>> >          return Event.objects.create(
>> >              category=Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_CREATED,
>> >              project=patch.project,
>> > +            payload=payload.data,
>> >              patch=patch)
>> >  
>> >      # don't trigger for items loaded from fixtures or new items
>> > @@ -103,12 +120,16 @@ def create_patch_created_event(sender, instance, 
>> > created, raw, **kwargs):
>> >  def create_patch_state_changed_event(sender, instance, raw, **kwargs):
>> >  
>> >      def create_event(patch, before, after):
>> > +        payload = PayloadSerializer(Payload(
>> > +            patch=patch,
>> > +            previous_state=before,
>> > +            current_state=after))
>> > +
>> >          return Event.objects.create(
>> >              category=Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_STATE_CHANGED,
>> >              project=patch.project,
>> > -            patch=patch,
>> > -            previous_state=before,
>> > -            current_state=after)
>> > +            payload=payload.data,
>> > +            patch=patch)
>> >  
>> >      # don't trigger for items loaded from fixtures or new items
>> >      if raw or not instance.pk:
>> > @@ -125,12 +146,16 @@ def create_patch_state_changed_event(sender, 
>> > instance, raw, **kwargs):
>> >  def create_patch_delegated_event(sender, instance, raw, **kwargs):
>> >  
>> >      def create_event(patch, before, after):
>> > +        payload = PayloadSerializer(Payload(
>> > +            patch=patch,
>> > +            previous_delegate=before,
>> > +            current_delegate=after))
>> > +
>> >          return Event.objects.create(
>> >              category=Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_DELEGATED,
>> >              project=patch.project,
>> > -            patch=patch,
>> > -            previous_delegate=before,
>> > -            current_delegate=after)
>> > +            payload=payload.data,
>> > +            patch=patch)
>> >  
>> >      # don't trigger for items loaded from fixtures or new items
>> >      if raw or not instance.pk:
>> > @@ -148,9 +173,14 @@ def create_patch_completed_event(sender, instance, 
>> > created, raw, **kwargs):
>> >      """Create patch completed event for patches with series."""
>> >  
>> >      def create_event(patch, series):
>> > +        payload = PayloadSerializer(Payload(
>> > +            patch=patch,
>> > +            series=series))
>> > +
>> >          return Event.objects.create(
>> >              category=Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_COMPLETED,
>> >              project=patch.project,
>> > +            payload=payload.data,
>> >              patch=patch,
>> >              series=series)
>> >  
>> > @@ -182,13 +212,17 @@ def create_patch_completed_event(sender, instance, 
>> > created, raw, **kwargs):
>> >  def create_check_created_event(sender, instance, created, raw, **kwargs):
>> >  
>> >      def create_event(check):
>> > +        payload = PayloadSerializer(Payload(
>> > +            patch=check.patch,
>> > +            check=check))
>> > +
>> >          # TODO(stephenfin): It might make sense to add a 'project' field 
>> > to
>> >          # 'check' to prevent lookups here and in the REST API
>> >          return Event.objects.create(
>> >              category=Event.CATEGORY_CHECK_CREATED,
>> >              project=check.patch.project,
>> > -            patch=check.patch,
>> > -            created_check=check)
>> > +            payload=payload.data,
>> > +            patch=check.patch)
>> >  
>> >      # don't trigger for items loaded from fixtures or existing items
>> >      if raw or not created:
>> > @@ -200,9 +234,13 @@ def create_check_created_event(sender, instance, 
>> > created, raw, **kwargs):
>> >  def create_series_created_event(sender, instance, created, raw, **kwargs):
>> >  
>> >      def create_event(series):
>> > +        payload = PayloadSerializer(Payload(
>> > +            series=series))
>> > +
>> >          return Event.objects.create(
>> >              category=Event.CATEGORY_SERIES_CREATED,
>> >              project=series.project,
>> > +            payload=payload.data,
>> >              series=series)
>> >  
>> >      # don't trigger for items loaded from fixtures or existing items
>> > @@ -227,9 +265,13 @@ def create_series_completed_event(sender, instance, 
>> > created, raw, **kwargs):
>> >      # in that case.
>> >  
>> >      def create_event(series):
>> > +        payload = PayloadSerializer(Payload(
>> > +            series=series))
>> > +
>> >          return Event.objects.create(
>> >              category=Event.CATEGORY_SERIES_COMPLETED,
>> >              project=series.project,
>> > +            payload=payload.data,
>> >              series=series)
>> >  
>> >      # don't trigger for items loaded from fixtures or existing items
>> > diff --git a/patchwork/tests/test_events.py 
>> > b/patchwork/tests/test_events.py
>> > index 70d563de..39dff6f1 100644
>> > --- a/patchwork/tests/test_events.py
>> > +++ b/patchwork/tests/test_events.py
>> > @@ -17,32 +17,20 @@
>> >  # along with Patchwork; if not, write to the Free Software
>> >  # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307  
>> > USA
>> >  
>> > +from collections import OrderedDict
>> > +
>> >  from django.test import TestCase
>> >  
>> >  from patchwork.models import Event
>> >  from patchwork.tests import utils
>> >  
>> > -BASE_FIELDS = ['previous_state', 'current_state', 'previous_delegate',
>> > -               'current_delegate']
>> > -
>> >  
>> >  def _get_events(**filters):
>> >      # These are sorted by reverse normally, so reverse it once again
>> >      return Event.objects.filter(**filters).order_by('date')
>> >  
>> >  
>> > -class _BaseTestCase(TestCase):
>> > -
>> > -    def assertEventFields(self, event, parent_type='patch', **fields):
>> > -        for field_name in [x for x in BASE_FIELDS]:
>> > -            field = getattr(event, field_name)
>> > -            if field_name in fields:
>> > -                self.assertEqual(field, fields[field_name])
>> > -            else:
>> > -                self.assertIsNone(field)
>> > -
>> > -
>> > -class PatchCreateTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> > +class PatchCreateTest(TestCase):
>> >  
>> >      def test_patch_created(self):
>> >          """No series, so patch dependencies implicitly exist."""
>> > @@ -51,10 +39,15 @@ class PatchCreateTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> >          # This should raise both the CATEGORY_PATCH_CREATED and
>> >          # CATEGORY_PATCH_COMPLETED events as there are no specific 
>> > dependencies
>> >          events = _get_events(patch=patch)
>> > +
>> >          self.assertEqual(events.count(), 1)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[0].category, Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_CREATED)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[0].project, patch.project)
>> > -        self.assertEventFields(events[0])
>> > +
>> > +        payload = events[0].payload
>> > +        self.assertIsInstance(payload, OrderedDict)
>> > +        self.assertIn('patch', payload)
>> > +        self.assertEqual(payload['patch']['id'], patch.id)
>> >  
>> >      def test_patch_dependencies_present_series(self):
>> >          """Patch dependencies already exist."""
>> > @@ -63,13 +56,22 @@ class PatchCreateTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> >          # This should raise both the CATEGORY_PATCH_CREATED and
>> >          # CATEGORY_PATCH_COMPLETED events
>> >          events = _get_events(patch=series_patch.patch)
>> > +
>> >          self.assertEqual(events.count(), 2)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[0].category, Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_CREATED)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[0].project, series_patch.patch.project)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[1].category, 
>> > Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_COMPLETED)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[1].project, series_patch.patch.project)
>> > -        self.assertEventFields(events[0])
>> > -        self.assertEventFields(events[1])
>> > +
>> > +        payload = events[0].payload
>> > +        self.assertIn('patch', payload)
>> > +        self.assertEqual(payload['patch']['id'], series_patch.patch.id)
>> > +
>> > +        payload = events[1].payload
>> > +        self.assertIn('patch', payload)
>> > +        self.assertEqual(payload['patch']['id'], series_patch.patch.id)
>> > +        self.assertIn('series', payload)
>> > +        self.assertEqual(payload['series']['id'], series_patch.series.id)
>> >  
>> >      def test_patch_dependencies_out_of_order(self):
>> >          series = utils.create_series()
>> > @@ -82,7 +84,6 @@ class PatchCreateTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> >              events = _get_events(patch=series_patch.patch)
>> >              self.assertEqual(events.count(), 1)
>> >              self.assertEqual(events[0].category, 
>> > Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_CREATED)
>> > -            self.assertEventFields(events[0])
>> >  
>> >          series_patch_1 = utils.create_series_patch(series=series, 
>> > number=1)
>> >  
>> > @@ -94,8 +95,6 @@ class PatchCreateTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> >              self.assertEqual(events[0].category, 
>> > Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_CREATED)
>> >              self.assertEqual(events[1].category,
>> >                               Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_COMPLETED)
>> > -            self.assertEventFields(events[0])
>> > -            self.assertEventFields(events[1])
>> >  
>> >      def test_patch_dependencies_missing(self):
>> >          series_patch = utils.create_series_patch(number=2)
>> > @@ -105,10 +104,9 @@ class PatchCreateTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> >          events = _get_events(patch=series_patch.patch)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events.count(), 1)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[0].category, Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_CREATED)
>> > -        self.assertEventFields(events[0])
>> >  
>> >  
>> > -class PatchChangedTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> > +class PatchChangedTest(TestCase):
>> >  
>> >      def test_patch_state_changed(self):
>> >          patch = utils.create_patch()
>> > @@ -119,13 +117,18 @@ class PatchChangedTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> >          patch.save()
>> >  
>> >          events = _get_events(patch=patch)
>> > +
>> >          self.assertEqual(events.count(), 2)
>> >          # we don't care about the CATEGORY_PATCH_CREATED event here
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[1].category,
>> >                           Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_STATE_CHANGED)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[1].project, patch.project)
>> > -        self.assertEventFields(events[1], previous_state=old_state,
>> > -                               current_state=new_state)
>> > +
>> > +        payload = events[1].payload
>> > +        self.assertIn('previous_state', payload)
>> > +        self.assertEqual(payload['previous_state'], old_state.slug)
>> > +        self.assertIn('current_state', payload)
>> > +        self.assertEqual(payload['current_state'], new_state.slug)
>> >  
>> >      def test_patch_delegated(self):
>> >          patch = utils.create_patch()
>> > @@ -137,12 +140,18 @@ class PatchChangedTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> >          patch.save()
>> >  
>> >          events = _get_events(patch=patch)
>> > +
>> >          self.assertEqual(events.count(), 2)
>> >          # we don't care about the CATEGORY_PATCH_CREATED event here
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[1].category,
>> >                           Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_DELEGATED)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[1].project, patch.project)
>> > -        self.assertEventFields(events[1], current_delegate=delegate_a)
>> > +
>> > +        payload = events[1].payload
>> > +        self.assertIn('previous_delegate', payload)
>> > +        self.assertIsNone(payload['previous_delegate'])
>> > +        self.assertIn('current_delegate', payload)
>> > +        self.assertEqual(payload['current_delegate']['id'], delegate_a.id)
>> >  
>> >          delegate_b = utils.create_user()
>> >  
>> > @@ -152,11 +161,16 @@ class PatchChangedTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> >          patch.save()
>> >  
>> >          events = _get_events(patch=patch)
>> > +
>> >          self.assertEqual(events.count(), 3)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[2].category,
>> >                           Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_DELEGATED)
>> > -        self.assertEventFields(events[2], previous_delegate=delegate_a,
>> > -                               current_delegate=delegate_b)
>> > +
>> > +        payload = events[2].payload
>> > +        self.assertIn('previous_delegate', payload)
>> > +        self.assertEqual(payload['previous_delegate']['id'], 
>> > delegate_a.id)
>> > +        self.assertIn('current_delegate', payload)
>> > +        self.assertEqual(payload['current_delegate']['id'], delegate_b.id)
>> >  
>> >          # Delegate B -> None
>> >  
>> > @@ -164,24 +178,36 @@ class PatchChangedTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> >          patch.save()
>> >  
>> >          events = _get_events(patch=patch)
>> > +
>> >          self.assertEqual(events.count(), 4)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[3].category,
>> >                           Event.CATEGORY_PATCH_DELEGATED)
>> > -        self.assertEventFields(events[3], previous_delegate=delegate_b)
>> >  
>> > +        payload = events[3].payload
>> > +        self.assertIn('previous_delegate', payload)
>> > +        self.assertEqual(payload['previous_delegate']['id'], 
>> > delegate_b.id)
>> > +        self.assertIn('current_delegate', payload)
>> > +        self.assertIsNone(payload['current_delegate'])
>> >  
>> > -class CheckCreateTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> > +
>> > +class CheckCreateTest(TestCase):
>> >  
>> >      def test_check_created(self):
>> >          check = utils.create_check()
>> > -        events = _get_events(created_check=check)
>> > -        self.assertEqual(events.count(), 1)
>> > -        self.assertEqual(events[0].category, Event.CATEGORY_CHECK_CREATED)
>> > -        self.assertEqual(events[0].project, check.patch.project)
>> > -        self.assertEventFields(events[0])
>> > +        # we don't care about the CATEGORY_PATCH_CREATED event here
>> > +        events = _get_events(patch=check.patch)
>> >  
>> > +        self.assertEqual(events.count(), 2)
>> > +        # we don't care about the CATEGORY_PATCH_CREATED event here
>> > +        self.assertEqual(events[1].category, Event.CATEGORY_CHECK_CREATED)
>> > +        self.assertEqual(events[1].project, check.patch.project)
>> > +
>> > +        payload = events[1].payload
>> > +        self.assertIn('check', payload)
>> > +        self.assertEqual(payload['check']['id'], check.id)
>> >  
>> > -class CoverCreateTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> > +
>> > +class CoverCreateTest(TestCase):
>> >  
>> >      def test_cover_created(self):
>> >          cover = utils.create_cover()
>> > @@ -189,10 +215,13 @@ class CoverCreateTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> >          self.assertEqual(events.count(), 1)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[0].category, Event.CATEGORY_COVER_CREATED)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[0].project, cover.project)
>> > -        self.assertEventFields(events[0])
>> > +
>> > +        payload = events[0].payload
>> > +        self.assertIn('cover', payload)
>> > +        self.assertEqual(payload['cover']['id'], cover.id)
>> >  
>> >  
>> > -class SeriesCreateTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> > +class SeriesCreateTest(TestCase):
>> >  
>> >      def test_series_created(self):
>> >          series = utils.create_series()
>> > @@ -200,4 +229,7 @@ class SeriesCreateTest(_BaseTestCase):
>> >          self.assertEqual(events.count(), 1)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[0].category, 
>> > Event.CATEGORY_SERIES_CREATED)
>> >          self.assertEqual(events[0].project, series.project)
>> > -        self.assertEventFields(events[0])
>> > +
>> > +        payload = events[0].payload
>> > +        self.assertIn('series', payload)
>> > +        self.assertEqual(payload['series']['id'], series.id)
>> > -- 
>> > 2.14.3
>> > 
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