no longer neede. functionality moved to boot_node.py
Tony Mack [Tue, 8 Apr 2008 18:41:26 +0000 (18:41 +0000)]
qaapi/qa/tests/get_boot_state.py [deleted file]

diff --git a/qaapi/qa/tests/get_boot_state.py b/qaapi/qa/tests/get_boot_state.py
deleted file mode 100644 (file)
index bebba96..0000000
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-#!/usr/bin/python
-import os, sys
-import time
-from qa import utils
-from Test import Test
-
-class get_boot_state(Test):
-    """
-    Continually checks the boot_state of the specified node until
-    either the node reaches boot, the node reaches debug or the 
-    timeout is reached. 
-
-    Timeout represents the ammout of time (in minutes) we should 
-    continue trying before quitting.
-
-    Sleep represnet the ammount of time (in seconds) to wait in 
-    between checks.
-
-    Returns the boot state of the node.
-    """
-    def call(self, hostname, timeout = 5, sleep = 30):
-       exit = False
-       api = self.config.api
-       auth = self.config.auth
-       
-       # Validate hostname
-       nodes = api.GetNodes(auth, [hostname], ['hostname'])
-       if not nodes:
-           raise Exception, "No such hostname %(hostname)s" % locals()
-       
-       start_time = time.time()
-       end_time = start_time + (timeout * 60)
-       
-       while not exit:
-           nodes = api.GetNodes(auth, [hostname], ['boot_state'])
-           node = nodes[0]
-           boot_state = node['boot_state']
-           if self.config.verbose:
-               utils.header("%(hostname)s boot_state is %(boot_state)s" % locals()) 
-
-           if boot_state in ['boot', 'debug']:
-               exit = True
-           elif time.time() < end_time:
-               time.sleep(sleep)
-           else:
-               exit = True
-
-
-       if self.config.verbose:
-           if boot_state in ['boot']:
-               utils.header("%(hostname)s correctly installed and booted" % locals())
-           else:
-               utils.header("%(hostname)s not fully booted" % locals())
-
-       return boot_state
-
-if __name__  == '__main__':
-    args = tuple(sys.argv[1:])
-    get_boot_state()(*args)