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# rteval - script for evaluating platform suitability for RT Linux
# This program is used to determine the suitability of
# a system for use in a Real Time Linux environment.
# It starts up various system loads and measures event
# latency while the loads are running. A report is generated
# to show the latencies encountered during the run.
# Copyright 2009,2010 Clark Williams <>
# Copyright 2009,2010 David Sommerseth <>
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# GNU General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
# For the avoidance of doubt the "preferred form" of this code is one which
# is in an open unpatent encumbered format. Where cryptographic key signing
# forms part of the process of creating an executable the information
# including keys needed to generate an equivalently functional executable
# are deemed to be part of the source code.
import os, sys
import ConfigParser
from Log import Log
from sysinfo.systopology import SysTopology
def get_user_name():
name = os.getenv('SUDO_USER')
if not name:
name = os.getenv('USER')
if not name:
import pwd
name = pwd.getpwuid(os.getuid()).pw_name
if not name:
name = ""
return name
def default_config_search(relative_path, verifdef=os.path.isdir):
os.path.join(os.path.expanduser("~" + get_user_name()), '.rteval'),
if os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__)) != '/usr/share/rteval':
ConfigDirectories = [
os.path.join(os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__))), 'rteval')
] + ConfigDirectories
for path in ConfigDirectories:
if verifdef(os.path.join(path, *relative_path)):
return os.path.join(path, *relative_path)
return False
# HACK: A temporary hack to try to figure out where the install dir is.
typical_install_paths = ('/usr/bin','/usr/local/bin')
if typical_install_paths.index(os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(sys.argv[0]))):
installdir = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(sys.argv[0]))
installdir = '/usr/share/rteval'
except ValueError:
installdir = '/usr/share/rteval'
default_config = {
'rteval': {
'quiet' : False,
'verbose' : False,
'keepdata' : True,
'debugging' : False,
'duration' : '60',
'sysreport' : False,
'reportdir' : None,
'reportfile' : None,
'workdir' : os.getcwd(),
'installdir' : installdir,
'srcdir' : default_config_search(['loadsource']),
'xmlrpc' : None,
'xslt_report': default_config_search(['rteval_text.xsl'], os.path.isfile),
'report_interval': '600',
'logging' : False,
class rtevalCfgSection(object):
def __init__(self, section_cfg):
if type(section_cfg) is not dict:
raise TypeError('section_cfg argument is not a dict variable')
self.__dict__['_rtevalCfgSection__cfgdata'] = section_cfg
self.__dict__['_rtevalCfgSection__iter_list'] = None
def __str__(self):
"Simple method for dumping config when object is used as a string"
if len(self.__cfgdata) == 0:
return "# empty"
return "\n".join(["%s: %s" % (k,v) for k,v in self.__cfgdata.items()]) + "\n"
def __setattr__(self, key, val):
self.__cfgdata[key] = val
def __getattr__(self, key):
if key in self.__cfgdata.keys():
return self.__cfgdata[key]
return None
def items(self):
return self.__cfgdata.items()
def __iter__(self):
"Initialises the iterator loop"
self.__dict__['_rtevalCfgSection__iter_list'] = self.__cfgdata.keys()
return self
def next(self):
"Function used by the iterator"
if not self.__dict__['_rtevalCfgSection__iter_list'] \
or len(self.__dict__['_rtevalCfgSection__iter_list']) == 0:
raise StopIteration
elmt = self.__dict__['_rtevalCfgSection__iter_list'].pop()
# HACK: This element shouldn't really appear here ... why!??!
while (elmt == '_rtevalCfgSection__cfgdata') and \
(len(self.__dict__['_rtevalCfgSection__iter_list']) > 0):
elmt = self.__dict__['_rtevalCfgSection__iter_list'].pop()
return (elmt, self.__cfgdata[elmt])
def has_key(self, key):
"has_key() wrapper for the configuration data"
return self.__cfgdata.has_key(key)
def keys(self):
"keys() wrapper for configuration data"
return self.__cfgdata.keys()
def setdefault(self, key, defvalue):
if not self.__cfgdata.has_key(key):
self.__cfgdata[key] = defvalue
return self.__cfgdata[key]
def update(self, newdict):
if type(newdict) is not dict:
raise TypeError('update() method expects a dict as argument')
for key, val in newdict.iteritems():
self.__cfgdata[key] = val
def wipe(self):
self.__cfgdata = {}
class rtevalConfig(object):
"Config parser for rteval"
def __init__(self, initvars = None, logger = None):
self.__config_data = {}
self.__config_files = []
self.__logger = logger
# get our system topology info
self.__systopology = SysTopology()
# debug
print self.__systopology
# Import the default config first
for sect, vals in default_config.items():
self.__update_section(sect, vals)
# Set the runtime provided init variables
if initvars:
if type(initvars) is not dict:
raise TypeError('initvars argument is not a dict variable')
for sect, vals in initvars.items():
self.__update_section(sect, vals)
def __update_section(self, section, newvars):
if not section or not newvars:
if not self.__config_data.has_key(section):
self.__config_data[section] = rtevalCfgSection(newvars)
def __str__(self):
"Simple method for dumping config when object is used as a string"
ret = ""
for sect in self.__config_data.keys():
ret += "[%s]\n%s\n" % (sect, str(self.__config_data[sect]))
return ret
def __info(self, str):
if self.__logger:
self.__logger.log(Log.INFO, str)
def __find_config(self):
"locate a config file"
for f in ('rteval.conf', '/etc/rteval.conf'):
p = os.path.abspath(f)
if os.path.exists(p):
self.__info("found config file %s" % p)
return p
raise RuntimeError, "Unable to find configfile"
def Load(self, fname = None, append = False):
"read and parse the configfile"
cfgfile = fname or self.__find_config()
self.__info("no config file")
if self.ConfigParsed(cfgfile) is True:
# Don't try to reread this file if it's already been parsed
self.__info("reading config file %s" % cfgfile)
ini = ConfigParser.ConfigParser()
ini.optionxform = str
# wipe any previously read config info
if not append:
for s in self.__config_data.keys():
# copy the section data into the __config_data dictionary
for s in ini.sections():
cfg = {}
for (k,v) in ini.items(s):
cfg[k] = v.split('#')[0].strip()
self.__update_section(s, cfg)
# Register the file as read
return cfgfile
def ConfigParsed(self, fname):
"Returns True if the config file given by name has already been parsed"
return self.__config_files.__contains__(fname)
def UpdateFromOptionParser(self, parser):
"Parse through the command line options and update the appropriate config settings"
last_sect = None
for sk,v in sorted(vars(parser.values).items()):
# optparse key template: {sectionname}___{key}
k = sk.split('___')
if k[0] != last_sect:
# If the section name changed, retrieve the section variables
sect = self.GetSection(k[0])
except KeyError:
# If section does not exist, create it
self.AppendConfig(k[0], {k[1]: v})
sect = self.GetSection(k[0])
last_sect = k[0]
setattr(sect, k[1], v)
def AppendConfig(self, section, cfgvars):
"Add more config parameters to a section. cfgvars must be a dictionary of parameters"
self.__update_section(section, cfgvars)
def HasSection(self, section):
return self.__config_data.has_key(section)
def GetSection(self, section):
# Return a new object with config settings of a given section
return self.__config_data[section]
except KeyError, err:
raise KeyError("The section '%s' does not exist in the config file" % section)
def unit_test(rootdir):
l = Log()
cfg = rtevalConfig(logger=l)
cfg.Load(os.path.join(rootdir, 'rteval.conf'))
print cfg
return 0
except Exception, e:
print "** EXCEPTION %s", str(e)
return 1
if __name__ == '__main__':
import sys