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/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------
*
* pg_regress --- regression test driver
*
* This is a C implementation of the previous shell script for running
* the regression tests, and should be mostly compatible with it.
* Initial author of C translation: Magnus Hagander
*
* This code is released under the terms of the PostgreSQL License.
*
* Portions Copyright (c) 1996-2020, PostgreSQL Global Development Group
* Portions Copyright (c) 1994, Regents of the University of California
*
* src/test/regress/pg_regress.c
*
*-------------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
#include "postgres_fe.h"
#include <ctype.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <sys/wait.h>
#include <signal.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#ifdef HAVE_SYS_RESOURCE_H
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <sys/resource.h>
#endif
#include "common/logging.h"
#include "common/restricted_token.h"
#include "common/username.h"
#include "getopt_long.h"
#include "libpq/pqcomm.h" /* needed for UNIXSOCK_PATH() */
#include "pg_config_paths.h"
#include "pg_regress.h"
#include "portability/instr_time.h"
/* for resultmap we need a list of pairs of strings */
typedef struct _resultmap
{
char *test;
char *type;
char *resultfile;
struct _resultmap *next;
} _resultmap;
/*
* Values obtained from Makefile.
*/
char *host_platform = HOST_TUPLE;
#ifndef WIN32 /* not used in WIN32 case */
static char *shellprog = SHELLPROG;
#endif
/*
* On Windows we use -w in diff switches to avoid problems with inconsistent
* newline representation. The actual result files will generally have
* Windows-style newlines, but the comparison files might or might not.
*/
#ifndef WIN32
const char *basic_diff_opts = "";
const char *pretty_diff_opts = "-U3";
#else
const char *basic_diff_opts = "-w";
const char *pretty_diff_opts = "-w -U3";
#endif
/* options settable from command line */
_stringlist *dblist = NULL;
bool debug = false;
char *inputdir = ".";
char *outputdir = ".";
char *bindir = PGBINDIR;
char *launcher = NULL;
static _stringlist *loadextension = NULL;
static int max_connections = 0;
static int max_concurrent_tests = 0;
static char *encoding = NULL;
static _stringlist *schedulelist = NULL;
static _stringlist *extra_tests = NULL;
static char *temp_instance = NULL;
static _stringlist *temp_configs = NULL;
static bool nolocale = false;
static bool use_existing = false;
static char *hostname = NULL;
static int port = -1;
static bool port_specified_by_user = false;
static char *dlpath = PKGLIBDIR;
static char *user = NULL;
static _stringlist *extraroles = NULL;
static char *config_auth_datadir = NULL;
/* internal variables */
static const char *progname;
static char *logfilename;
static FILE *logfile;
static char *difffilename;
static const char *sockdir;
#ifdef HAVE_UNIX_SOCKETS
static const char *temp_sockdir;
static char sockself[MAXPGPATH];
static char socklock[MAXPGPATH];
#endif
static _resultmap *resultmap = NULL;
static PID_TYPE postmaster_pid = INVALID_PID;
static bool postmaster_running = false;
static int success_count = 0;
static int fail_count = 0;
static int fail_ignore_count = 0;
static bool directory_exists(const char *dir);
static void make_directory(const char *dir);
static void header(const char *fmt,...) pg_attribute_printf(1, 2);
static void status(const char *fmt,...) pg_attribute_printf(1, 2);
static void psql_command(const char *database, const char *query,...) pg_attribute_printf(2, 3);
/*
* allow core files if possible.
*/
#if defined(HAVE_GETRLIMIT) && defined(RLIMIT_CORE)
static void
unlimit_core_size(void)
{
struct rlimit lim;
getrlimit(RLIMIT_CORE, &lim);
if (lim.rlim_max == 0)
{
fprintf(stderr,
_("%s: could not set core size: disallowed by hard limit\n"),
progname);
return;
}
else if (lim.rlim_max == RLIM_INFINITY || lim.rlim_cur < lim.rlim_max)
{
lim.rlim_cur = lim.rlim_max;
setrlimit(RLIMIT_CORE, &lim);
}
}
#endif
/*
* Add an item at the end of a stringlist.
*/
void
add_stringlist_item(_stringlist **listhead, const char *str)
{
_stringlist *newentry = pg_malloc(sizeof(_stringlist));
_stringlist *oldentry;
newentry->str = pg_strdup(str);
newentry->next = NULL;
if (*listhead == NULL)
*listhead = newentry;
else
{
for (oldentry = *listhead; oldentry->next; oldentry = oldentry->next)
/* skip */ ;
oldentry->next = newentry;
}
}
/*
* Free a stringlist.
*/
static void
free_stringlist(_stringlist **listhead)
{
if (listhead == NULL || *listhead == NULL)
return;
if ((*listhead)->next != NULL)
free_stringlist(&((*listhead)->next));
free((*listhead)->str);
free(*listhead);
*listhead = NULL;
}
/*
* Split a delimited string into a stringlist
*/
static void
split_to_stringlist(const char *s, const char *delim, _stringlist **listhead)
{
char *sc = pg_strdup(s);
char *token = strtok(sc, delim);
while (token)
{
add_stringlist_item(listhead, token);
token = strtok(NULL, delim);
}
free(sc);
}
/*
* Print a progress banner on stdout.
*/
static void
header(const char *fmt,...)
{
char tmp[64];
va_list ap;
va_start(ap, fmt);
vsnprintf(tmp, sizeof(tmp), fmt, ap);
va_end(ap);
fprintf(stdout, "============== %-38s ==============\n", tmp);
fflush(stdout);
}
/*
* Print "doing something ..." --- supplied text should not end with newline
*/
static void
status(const char *fmt,...)
{
va_list ap;
va_start(ap, fmt);
vfprintf(stdout, fmt, ap);
fflush(stdout);
va_end(ap);
if (logfile)
{
va_start(ap, fmt);
vfprintf(logfile, fmt, ap);
va_end(ap);
}
}
/*
* Done "doing something ..."
*/
static void
status_end(void)
{
fprintf(stdout, "\n");
fflush(stdout);
if (logfile)
fprintf(logfile, "\n");
}
/*
* shut down temp postmaster
*/
static void
stop_postmaster(void)
{
if (postmaster_running)
{
/* We use pg_ctl to issue the kill and wait for stop */
char buf[MAXPGPATH * 2];
int r;
/* On Windows, system() seems not to force fflush, so... */
fflush(stdout);
fflush(stderr);
snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf),
"\"%s%spg_ctl\" stop -D \"%s/data\" -s",
bindir ? bindir : "",
bindir ? "/" : "",
temp_instance);
r = system(buf);
if (r != 0)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("\n%s: could not stop postmaster: exit code was %d\n"),
progname, r);
_exit(2); /* not exit(), that could be recursive */
}
postmaster_running = false;
}
}
#ifdef HAVE_UNIX_SOCKETS
/*
* Remove the socket temporary directory. pg_regress never waits for a
* postmaster exit, so it is indeterminate whether the postmaster has yet to
* unlink the socket and lock file. Unlink them here so we can proceed to
* remove the directory. Ignore errors; leaking a temporary directory is
* unimportant. This can run from a signal handler. The code is not
* acceptable in a Windows signal handler (see initdb.c:trapsig()), but
* Windows is not a HAVE_UNIX_SOCKETS platform.
*/
static void
remove_temp(void)
{
Assert(temp_sockdir);
unlink(sockself);
unlink(socklock);
rmdir(temp_sockdir);
}
/*
* Signal handler that calls remove_temp() and reraises the signal.
*/
static void
signal_remove_temp(int signum)
{
remove_temp();
pqsignal(signum, SIG_DFL);
raise(signum);
}
/*
* Create a temporary directory suitable for the server's Unix-domain socket.
* The directory will have mode 0700 or stricter, so no other OS user can open
* our socket to exploit our use of trust authentication. Most systems
* constrain the length of socket paths well below _POSIX_PATH_MAX, so we
* place the directory under /tmp rather than relative to the possibly-deep
* current working directory.
*
* Compared to using the compiled-in DEFAULT_PGSOCKET_DIR, this also permits
* testing to work in builds that relocate it to a directory not writable to
* the build/test user.
*/
static const char *
make_temp_sockdir(void)
{
char *template = pg_strdup("/tmp/pg_regress-XXXXXX");
temp_sockdir = mkdtemp(template);
if (temp_sockdir == NULL)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not create directory \"%s\": %s\n"),
progname, template, strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
/* Stage file names for remove_temp(). Unsafe in a signal handler. */
UNIXSOCK_PATH(sockself, port, temp_sockdir);
snprintf(socklock, sizeof(socklock), "%s.lock", sockself);
/* Remove the directory during clean exit. */
atexit(remove_temp);
/*
* Remove the directory before dying to the usual signals. Omit SIGQUIT,
* preserving it as a quick, untidy exit.
*/
pqsignal(SIGHUP, signal_remove_temp);
pqsignal(SIGINT, signal_remove_temp);
pqsignal(SIGPIPE, signal_remove_temp);
pqsignal(SIGTERM, signal_remove_temp);
return temp_sockdir;
}
#endif /* HAVE_UNIX_SOCKETS */
/*
* Check whether string matches pattern
*
* In the original shell script, this function was implemented using expr(1),
* which provides basic regular expressions restricted to match starting at
* the string start (in conventional regex terms, there's an implicit "^"
* at the start of the pattern --- but no implicit "$" at the end).
*
* For now, we only support "." and ".*" as non-literal metacharacters,
* because that's all that anyone has found use for in resultmap. This
* code could be extended if more functionality is needed.
*/
static bool
string_matches_pattern(const char *str, const char *pattern)
{
while (*str && *pattern)
{
if (*pattern == '.' && pattern[1] == '*')
{
pattern += 2;
/* Trailing .* matches everything. */
if (*pattern == '\0')
return true;
/*
* Otherwise, scan for a text position at which we can match the
* rest of the pattern.
*/
while (*str)
{
/*
* Optimization to prevent most recursion: don't recurse
* unless first pattern char might match this text char.
*/
if (*str == *pattern || *pattern == '.')
{
if (string_matches_pattern(str, pattern))
return true;
}
str++;
}
/*
* End of text with no match.
*/
return false;
}
else if (*pattern != '.' && *str != *pattern)
{
/*
* Not the single-character wildcard and no explicit match? Then
* time to quit...
*/
return false;
}
str++;
pattern++;
}
if (*pattern == '\0')
return true; /* end of pattern, so declare match */
/* End of input string. Do we have matching pattern remaining? */
while (*pattern == '.' && pattern[1] == '*')
pattern += 2;
if (*pattern == '\0')
return true; /* end of pattern, so declare match */
return false;
}
/*
* Replace all occurrences of a string in a string with a different string.
* NOTE: Assumes there is enough room in the target buffer!
*/
void
replace_string(char *string, const char *replace, const char *replacement)
{
char *ptr;
while ((ptr = strstr(string, replace)) != NULL)
{
char *dup = pg_strdup(string);
strlcpy(string, dup, ptr - string + 1);
strcat(string, replacement);
strcat(string, dup + (ptr - string) + strlen(replace));
free(dup);
}
}
/*
* Convert *.source found in the "source" directory, replacing certain tokens
* in the file contents with their intended values, and put the resulting files
* in the "dest" directory, replacing the ".source" prefix in their names with
* the given suffix.
*/
static void
convert_sourcefiles_in(const char *source_subdir, const char *dest_dir, const char *dest_subdir, const char *suffix)
{
char testtablespace[MAXPGPATH];
char indir[MAXPGPATH];
struct stat st;
int ret;
char **name;
char **names;
int count = 0;
snprintf(indir, MAXPGPATH, "%s/%s", inputdir, source_subdir);
/* Check that indir actually exists and is a directory */
ret = stat(indir, &st);
if (ret != 0 || !S_ISDIR(st.st_mode))
{
/*
* No warning, to avoid noise in tests that do not have these
* directories; for example, ecpg, contrib and src/pl.
*/
return;
}
names = pgfnames(indir);
if (!names)
/* Error logged in pgfnames */
exit(2);
snprintf(testtablespace, MAXPGPATH, "%s/testtablespace", outputdir);
#ifdef WIN32
/*
* On Windows only, clean out the test tablespace dir, or create it if it
* doesn't exist. On other platforms we expect the Makefile to take care
* of that. (We don't migrate that functionality in here because it'd be
* harder to cope with platform-specific issues such as SELinux.)
*
* XXX it would be better if pg_regress.c had nothing at all to do with
* testtablespace, and this were handled by a .BAT file or similar on
* Windows. See pgsql-hackers discussion of 2008-01-18.
*/
if (directory_exists(testtablespace))
if (!rmtree(testtablespace, true))
{
fprintf(stderr, _("\n%s: could not remove test tablespace \"%s\"\n"),
progname, testtablespace);
exit(2);
}
make_directory(testtablespace);
#endif
/* finally loop on each file and do the replacement */
for (name = names; *name; name++)
{
char srcfile[MAXPGPATH];
char destfile[MAXPGPATH];
char prefix[MAXPGPATH];
FILE *infile,
*outfile;
char line[1024];
/* reject filenames not finishing in ".source" */
if (strlen(*name) < 8)
continue;
if (strcmp(*name + strlen(*name) - 7, ".source") != 0)
continue;
count++;
/* build the full actual paths to open */
snprintf(prefix, strlen(*name) - 6, "%s", *name);
snprintf(srcfile, MAXPGPATH, "%s/%s", indir, *name);
snprintf(destfile, MAXPGPATH, "%s/%s/%s.%s", dest_dir, dest_subdir,
prefix, suffix);
infile = fopen(srcfile, "r");
if (!infile)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not open file \"%s\" for reading: %s\n"),
progname, srcfile, strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
outfile = fopen(destfile, "w");
if (!outfile)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not open file \"%s\" for writing: %s\n"),
progname, destfile, strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
while (fgets(line, sizeof(line), infile))
{
replace_string(line, "@abs_srcdir@", inputdir);
replace_string(line, "@abs_builddir@", outputdir);
replace_string(line, "@testtablespace@", testtablespace);
replace_string(line, "@libdir@", dlpath);
replace_string(line, "@DLSUFFIX@", DLSUFFIX);
fputs(line, outfile);
}
fclose(infile);
fclose(outfile);
}
/*
* If we didn't process any files, complain because it probably means
* somebody neglected to pass the needed --inputdir argument.
*/
if (count <= 0)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: no *.source files found in \"%s\"\n"),
progname, indir);
exit(2);
}
pgfnames_cleanup(names);
}
/* Create the .sql and .out files from the .source files, if any */
static void
convert_sourcefiles(void)
{
convert_sourcefiles_in("input", outputdir, "sql", "sql");
convert_sourcefiles_in("output", outputdir, "expected", "out");
}
/*
* Scan resultmap file to find which platform-specific expected files to use.
*
* The format of each line of the file is
* testname/hostplatformpattern=substitutefile
* where the hostplatformpattern is evaluated per the rules of expr(1),
* namely, it is a standard regular expression with an implicit ^ at the start.
* (We currently support only a very limited subset of regular expressions,
* see string_matches_pattern() above.) What hostplatformpattern will be
* matched against is the config.guess output. (In the shell-script version,
* we also provided an indication of whether gcc or another compiler was in
* use, but that facility isn't used anymore.)
*/
static void
load_resultmap(void)
{
char buf[MAXPGPATH];
FILE *f;
/* scan the file ... */
snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), "%s/resultmap", inputdir);
f = fopen(buf, "r");
if (!f)
{
/* OK if it doesn't exist, else complain */
if (errno == ENOENT)
return;
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not open file \"%s\" for reading: %s\n"),
progname, buf, strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
while (fgets(buf, sizeof(buf), f))
{
char *platform;
char *file_type;
char *expected;
int i;
/* strip trailing whitespace, especially the newline */
i = strlen(buf);
while (i > 0 && isspace((unsigned char) buf[i - 1]))
buf[--i] = '\0';
/* parse out the line fields */
file_type = strchr(buf, ':');
if (!file_type)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("incorrectly formatted resultmap entry: %s\n"),
buf);
exit(2);
}
*file_type++ = '\0';
platform = strchr(file_type, ':');
if (!platform)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("incorrectly formatted resultmap entry: %s\n"),
buf);
exit(2);
}
*platform++ = '\0';
expected = strchr(platform, '=');
if (!expected)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("incorrectly formatted resultmap entry: %s\n"),
buf);
exit(2);
}
*expected++ = '\0';
/*
* if it's for current platform, save it in resultmap list. Note: by
* adding at the front of the list, we ensure that in ambiguous cases,
* the last match in the resultmap file is used. This mimics the
* behavior of the old shell script.
*/
if (string_matches_pattern(host_platform, platform))
{
_resultmap *entry = pg_malloc(sizeof(_resultmap));
entry->test = pg_strdup(buf);
entry->type = pg_strdup(file_type);
entry->resultfile = pg_strdup(expected);
entry->next = resultmap;
resultmap = entry;
}
}
fclose(f);
}
/*
* Check in resultmap if we should be looking at a different file
*/
static
const char *
get_expectfile(const char *testname, const char *file)
{
char *file_type;
_resultmap *rm;
/*
* Determine the file type from the file name. This is just what is
* following the last dot in the file name.
*/
if (!file || !(file_type = strrchr(file, '.')))
return NULL;
file_type++;
for (rm = resultmap; rm != NULL; rm = rm->next)
{
if (strcmp(testname, rm->test) == 0 && strcmp(file_type, rm->type) == 0)
{
return rm->resultfile;
}
}
return NULL;
}
/*
* Handy subroutine for setting an environment variable "var" to "val"
*/
static void
doputenv(const char *var, const char *val)
{
char *s;
s = psprintf("%s=%s", var, val);
putenv(s);
}
/*
* Prepare environment variables for running regression tests
*/
static void
initialize_environment(void)
{
/*
* Set default application_name. (The test_function may choose to
* override this, but if it doesn't, we have something useful in place.)
*/
putenv("PGAPPNAME=pg_regress");
if (nolocale)
{
/*
* Clear out any non-C locale settings
*/
unsetenv("LC_COLLATE");
unsetenv("LC_CTYPE");
unsetenv("LC_MONETARY");
unsetenv("LC_NUMERIC");
unsetenv("LC_TIME");
unsetenv("LANG");
/*
* Most platforms have adopted the POSIX locale as their
* implementation-defined default locale. Exceptions include native
* Windows, macOS with --enable-nls, and Cygwin with --enable-nls.
* (Use of --enable-nls matters because libintl replaces setlocale().)
* Also, PostgreSQL does not support macOS with locale environment
* variables unset; see PostmasterMain().
*/
#if defined(WIN32) || defined(__CYGWIN__) || defined(__darwin__)
putenv("LANG=C");
#endif
}
/*
* Set translation-related settings to English; otherwise psql will
* produce translated messages and produce diffs. (XXX If we ever support
* translation of pg_regress, this needs to be moved elsewhere, where psql
* is actually called.)
*/
unsetenv("LANGUAGE");
unsetenv("LC_ALL");
putenv("LC_MESSAGES=C");
/*
* Set encoding as requested
*/
if (encoding)
doputenv("PGCLIENTENCODING", encoding);
else
unsetenv("PGCLIENTENCODING");
/*
* Set timezone and datestyle for datetime-related tests
*/
putenv("PGTZ=PST8PDT");
putenv("PGDATESTYLE=Postgres, MDY");
/*
* Likewise set intervalstyle to ensure consistent results. This is a bit
* more painful because we must use PGOPTIONS, and we want to preserve the
* user's ability to set other variables through that.
*/
{
const char *my_pgoptions = "-c intervalstyle=postgres_verbose";
const char *old_pgoptions = getenv("PGOPTIONS");
char *new_pgoptions;
if (!old_pgoptions)
old_pgoptions = "";
new_pgoptions = psprintf("PGOPTIONS=%s %s",
old_pgoptions, my_pgoptions);
putenv(new_pgoptions);
}
if (temp_instance)
{
/*
* Clear out any environment vars that might cause psql to connect to
* the wrong postmaster, or otherwise behave in nondefault ways. (Note
* we also use psql's -X switch consistently, so that ~/.psqlrc files
* won't mess things up.) Also, set PGPORT to the temp port, and set
* PGHOST depending on whether we are using TCP or Unix sockets.
*/
unsetenv("PGDATABASE");
unsetenv("PGUSER");
unsetenv("PGSERVICE");
unsetenv("PGSSLMODE");
unsetenv("PGREQUIRESSL");
unsetenv("PGCONNECT_TIMEOUT");
unsetenv("PGDATA");
#ifdef HAVE_UNIX_SOCKETS
if (hostname != NULL)
doputenv("PGHOST", hostname);
else
{
sockdir = getenv("PG_REGRESS_SOCK_DIR");
if (!sockdir)
sockdir = make_temp_sockdir();
doputenv("PGHOST", sockdir);
}
#else
Assert(hostname != NULL);
doputenv("PGHOST", hostname);
#endif
unsetenv("PGHOSTADDR");
if (port != -1)
{
char s[16];
sprintf(s, "%d", port);
doputenv("PGPORT", s);
}
}
else
{
const char *pghost;
const char *pgport;
/*
* When testing an existing install, we honor existing environment
* variables, except if they're overridden by command line options.
*/
if (hostname != NULL)
{
doputenv("PGHOST", hostname);
unsetenv("PGHOSTADDR");
}
if (port != -1)
{
char s[16];
sprintf(s, "%d", port);
doputenv("PGPORT", s);
}
if (user != NULL)
doputenv("PGUSER", user);
/*
* However, we *don't* honor PGDATABASE, since we certainly don't wish
* to connect to whatever database the user might like as default.
* (Most tests override PGDATABASE anyway, but there are some ECPG
* test cases that don't.)
*/
unsetenv("PGDATABASE");
/*
* Report what we're connecting to
*/
pghost = getenv("PGHOST");
pgport = getenv("PGPORT");
#ifndef HAVE_UNIX_SOCKETS
if (!pghost)
pghost = "localhost";
#endif
if (pghost && pgport)
printf(_("(using postmaster on %s, port %s)\n"), pghost, pgport);
if (pghost && !pgport)
printf(_("(using postmaster on %s, default port)\n"), pghost);
if (!pghost && pgport)
printf(_("(using postmaster on Unix socket, port %s)\n"), pgport);
if (!pghost && !pgport)
printf(_("(using postmaster on Unix socket, default port)\n"));
}
convert_sourcefiles();
load_resultmap();
}
#ifdef ENABLE_SSPI
/* support for config_sspi_auth() */
static const char *
fmtHba(const char *raw)
{
static char *ret;
const char *rp;
char *wp;
wp = ret = realloc(ret, 3 + strlen(raw) * 2);
*wp++ = '"';
for (rp = raw; *rp; rp++)
{
if (*rp == '"')
*wp++ = '"';
*wp++ = *rp;
}
*wp++ = '"';
*wp++ = '\0';
return ret;
}
/*
* Get account and domain/realm names for the current user. This is based on
* pg_SSPI_recvauth(). The returned strings use static storage.
*/
static void
current_windows_user(const char **acct, const char **dom)
{
static char accountname[MAXPGPATH];
static char domainname[MAXPGPATH];
HANDLE token;
TOKEN_USER *tokenuser;
DWORD retlen;
DWORD accountnamesize = sizeof(accountname);
DWORD domainnamesize = sizeof(domainname);
SID_NAME_USE accountnameuse;
if (!OpenProcessToken(GetCurrentProcess(), TOKEN_READ, &token))
{
fprintf(stderr,
_("%s: could not open process token: error code %lu\n"),
progname, GetLastError());
exit(2);
}
if (!GetTokenInformation(token, TokenUser, NULL, 0, &retlen) && GetLastError() != 122)
{
fprintf(stderr,
_("%s: could not get token information buffer size: error code %lu\n"),
progname, GetLastError());
exit(2);
}
tokenuser = pg_malloc(retlen);
if (!GetTokenInformation(token, TokenUser, tokenuser, retlen, &retlen))
{
fprintf(stderr,
_("%s: could not get token information: error code %lu\n"),
progname, GetLastError());
exit(2);
}
if (!LookupAccountSid(NULL, tokenuser->User.Sid, accountname, &accountnamesize,
domainname, &domainnamesize, &accountnameuse))
{
fprintf(stderr,
_("%s: could not look up account SID: error code %lu\n"),
progname, GetLastError());
exit(2);
}
free(tokenuser);
*acct = accountname;
*dom = domainname;
}
/*
* Rewrite pg_hba.conf and pg_ident.conf to use SSPI authentication. Permit
* the current OS user to authenticate as the bootstrap superuser and as any
* user named in a --create-role option.
*
* In --config-auth mode, the --user switch can be used to specify the
* bootstrap superuser's name, otherwise we assume it is the default.
*/
static void
config_sspi_auth(const char *pgdata, const char *superuser_name)
{
const char *accountname,
*domainname;
char *errstr;
bool have_ipv6;
char fname[MAXPGPATH];
int res;
FILE *hba,
*ident;
_stringlist *sl;
/* Find out the name of the current OS user */
current_windows_user(&accountname, &domainname);
/* Determine the bootstrap superuser's name */
if (superuser_name == NULL)
{
/*
* Compute the default superuser name the same way initdb does.
*
* It's possible that this result always matches "accountname", the
* value SSPI authentication discovers. But the underlying system
* functions do not clearly guarantee that.
*/
superuser_name = get_user_name(&errstr);
if (superuser_name == NULL)
{
fprintf(stderr, "%s: %s\n", progname, errstr);
exit(2);
}
}
/*
* Like initdb.c:setup_config(), determine whether the platform recognizes
* ::1 (IPv6 loopback) as a numeric host address string.
*/
{
struct addrinfo *gai_result;
struct addrinfo hints;
WSADATA wsaData;
hints.ai_flags = AI_NUMERICHOST;
hints.ai_family = AF_UNSPEC;
hints.ai_socktype = 0;
hints.ai_protocol = 0;
hints.ai_addrlen = 0;
hints.ai_canonname = NULL;
hints.ai_addr = NULL;
hints.ai_next = NULL;
have_ipv6 = (WSAStartup(MAKEWORD(2, 2), &wsaData) == 0 &&
getaddrinfo("::1", NULL, &hints, &gai_result) == 0);
}
/* Check a Write outcome and report any error. */
#define CW(cond) \
do { \
if (!(cond)) \
{ \
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not write to file \"%s\": %s\n"), \
progname, fname, strerror(errno)); \
exit(2); \
} \
} while (0)
res = snprintf(fname, sizeof(fname), "%s/pg_hba.conf", pgdata);
if (res < 0 || res >= sizeof(fname))
{
/*
* Truncating this name is a fatal error, because we must not fail to
* overwrite an original trust-authentication pg_hba.conf.
*/
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: directory name too long\n"), progname);
exit(2);
}
hba = fopen(fname, "w");
if (hba == NULL)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not open file \"%s\" for writing: %s\n"),
progname, fname, strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
CW(fputs("# Configuration written by config_sspi_auth()\n", hba) >= 0);
CW(fputs("host all all 127.0.0.1/32 sspi include_realm=1 map=regress\n",
hba) >= 0);
if (have_ipv6)
CW(fputs("host all all ::1/128 sspi include_realm=1 map=regress\n",
hba) >= 0);
CW(fclose(hba) == 0);
snprintf(fname, sizeof(fname), "%s/pg_ident.conf", pgdata);
ident = fopen(fname, "w");
if (ident == NULL)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not open file \"%s\" for writing: %s\n"),
progname, fname, strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
CW(fputs("# Configuration written by config_sspi_auth()\n", ident) >= 0);
/*
* Double-quote for the benefit of account names containing whitespace or
* '#'. Windows forbids the double-quote character itself, so don't
* bother escaping embedded double-quote characters.
*/
CW(fprintf(ident, "regress \"%s@%s\" %s\n",
accountname, domainname, fmtHba(superuser_name)) >= 0);
for (sl = extraroles; sl; sl = sl->next)
CW(fprintf(ident, "regress \"%s@%s\" %s\n",
accountname, domainname, fmtHba(sl->str)) >= 0);
CW(fclose(ident) == 0);
}
#endif /* ENABLE_SSPI */
/*
* Issue a command via psql, connecting to the specified database
*
* Since we use system(), this doesn't return until the operation finishes
*/
static void
psql_command(const char *database, const char *query,...)
{
char query_formatted[1024];
char query_escaped[2048];
char psql_cmd[MAXPGPATH + 2048];
va_list args;
char *s;
char *d;
/* Generate the query with insertion of sprintf arguments */
va_start(args, query);
vsnprintf(query_formatted, sizeof(query_formatted), query, args);
va_end(args);
/* Now escape any shell double-quote metacharacters */
d = query_escaped;
for (s = query_formatted; *s; s++)
{
if (strchr("\\\"$`", *s))
*d++ = '\\';
*d++ = *s;
}
*d = '\0';
/* And now we can build and execute the shell command */
snprintf(psql_cmd, sizeof(psql_cmd),
"\"%s%spsql\" -X -c \"%s\" \"%s\"",
bindir ? bindir : "",
bindir ? "/" : "",
query_escaped,
database);
if (system(psql_cmd) != 0)
{
/* psql probably already reported the error */
fprintf(stderr, _("command failed: %s\n"), psql_cmd);
exit(2);
}
}
/*
* Spawn a process to execute the given shell command; don't wait for it
*
* Returns the process ID (or HANDLE) so we can wait for it later
*/
PID_TYPE
spawn_process(const char *cmdline)
{
#ifndef WIN32
pid_t pid;
/*
* Must flush I/O buffers before fork. Ideally we'd use fflush(NULL) here
* ... does anyone still care about systems where that doesn't work?
*/
fflush(stdout);
fflush(stderr);
if (logfile)
fflush(logfile);
pid = fork();
if (pid == -1)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not fork: %s\n"),
progname, strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
if (pid == 0)
{
/*
* In child
*
* Instead of using system(), exec the shell directly, and tell it to
* "exec" the command too. This saves two useless processes per
* parallel test case.
*/
char *cmdline2;
cmdline2 = psprintf("exec %s", cmdline);
execl(shellprog, shellprog, "-c", cmdline2, (char *) NULL);
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not exec \"%s\": %s\n"),
progname, shellprog, strerror(errno));
_exit(1); /* not exit() here... */
}
/* in parent */
return pid;
#else
PROCESS_INFORMATION pi;
char *cmdline2;
HANDLE restrictedToken;
const char *comspec;
/* Find CMD.EXE location using COMSPEC, if it's set */
comspec = getenv("COMSPEC");
if (comspec == NULL)
comspec = "CMD";
memset(&pi, 0, sizeof(pi));
cmdline2 = psprintf("\"%s\" /c \"%s\"", comspec, cmdline);
if ((restrictedToken =
CreateRestrictedProcess(cmdline2, &pi)) == 0)
exit(2);
CloseHandle(pi.hThread);
return pi.hProcess;
#endif
}
/*
* Count bytes in file
*/
static long
file_size(const char *file)
{
long r;
FILE *f = fopen(file, "r");
if (!f)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not open file \"%s\" for reading: %s\n"),
progname, file, strerror(errno));
return -1;
}
fseek(f, 0, SEEK_END);
r = ftell(f);
fclose(f);
return r;
}
/*
* Count lines in file
*/
static int
file_line_count(const char *file)
{
int c;
int l = 0;
FILE *f = fopen(file, "r");
if (!f)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not open file \"%s\" for reading: %s\n"),
progname, file, strerror(errno));
return -1;
}
while ((c = fgetc(f)) != EOF)
{
if (c == '\n')
l++;
}
fclose(f);
return l;
}
bool
file_exists(const char *file)
{
FILE *f = fopen(file, "r");
if (!f)
return false;
fclose(f);
return true;
}
static bool
directory_exists(const char *dir)
{
struct stat st;
if (stat(dir, &st) != 0)
return false;
if (S_ISDIR(st.st_mode))
return true;
return false;
}
/* Create a directory */
static void
make_directory(const char *dir)
{
if (mkdir(dir, S_IRWXU | S_IRWXG | S_IRWXO) < 0)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not create directory \"%s\": %s\n"),
progname, dir, strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
}
/*
* In: filename.ext, Return: filename_i.ext, where 0 < i <= 9
*/
static char *
get_alternative_expectfile(const char *expectfile, int i)
{
char *last_dot;
int ssize = strlen(expectfile) + 2 + 1;
char *tmp;
char *s;
if (!(tmp = (char *) malloc(ssize)))
return NULL;
if (!(s = (char *) malloc(ssize)))
{
free(tmp);
return NULL;
}
strcpy(tmp, expectfile);
last_dot = strrchr(tmp, '.');
if (!last_dot)
{
free(tmp);
free(s);
return NULL;
}
*last_dot = '\0';
snprintf(s, ssize, "%s_%d.%s", tmp, i, last_dot + 1);
free(tmp);
return s;
}
/*
* Run a "diff" command and also check that it didn't crash
*/
static int
run_diff(const char *cmd, const char *filename)
{
int r;
r = system(cmd);
if (!WIFEXITED(r) || WEXITSTATUS(r) > 1)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("diff command failed with status %d: %s\n"), r, cmd);
exit(2);
}
#ifdef WIN32
/*
* On WIN32, if the 'diff' command cannot be found, system() returns 1,
* but produces nothing to stdout, so we check for that here.
*/
if (WEXITSTATUS(r) == 1 && file_size(filename) <= 0)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("diff command not found: %s\n"), cmd);
exit(2);
}
#endif
return WEXITSTATUS(r);
}
/*
* Check the actual result file for the given test against expected results
*
* Returns true if different (failure), false if correct match found.
* In the true case, the diff is appended to the diffs file.
*/
static bool
results_differ(const char *testname, const char *resultsfile, const char *default_expectfile)
{
char expectfile[MAXPGPATH];
char diff[MAXPGPATH];
char cmd[MAXPGPATH * 3];
char best_expect_file[MAXPGPATH];
FILE *difffile;
int best_line_count;
int i;
int l;
const char *platform_expectfile;
/*
* We can pass either the resultsfile or the expectfile, they should have
* the same type (filename.type) anyway.
*/
platform_expectfile = get_expectfile(testname, resultsfile);
strlcpy(expectfile, default_expectfile, sizeof(expectfile));
if (platform_expectfile)
{
/*
* Replace everything after the last slash in expectfile with what the
* platform_expectfile contains.
*/
char *p = strrchr(expectfile, '/');
if (p)
strcpy(++p, platform_expectfile);
}
/* Name to use for temporary diff file */
snprintf(diff, sizeof(diff), "%s.diff", resultsfile);
/* OK, run the diff */
snprintf(cmd, sizeof(cmd),
"diff %s \"%s\" \"%s\" > \"%s\"",
basic_diff_opts, expectfile, resultsfile, diff);
/* Is the diff file empty? */
if (run_diff(cmd, diff) == 0)
{
unlink(diff);
return false;
}
/* There may be secondary comparison files that match better */
best_line_count = file_line_count(diff);
strcpy(best_expect_file, expectfile);
for (i = 0; i <= 9; i++)
{
char *alt_expectfile;
alt_expectfile = get_alternative_expectfile(expectfile, i);
if (!alt_expectfile)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("Unable to check secondary comparison files: %s\n"),
strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
if (!file_exists(alt_expectfile))
{
free(alt_expectfile);
continue;
}
snprintf(cmd, sizeof(cmd),
"diff %s \"%s\" \"%s\" > \"%s\"",
basic_diff_opts, alt_expectfile, resultsfile, diff);
if (run_diff(cmd, diff) == 0)
{
unlink(diff);
free(alt_expectfile);
return false;
}
l = file_line_count(diff);
if (l < best_line_count)
{
/* This diff was a better match than the last one */
best_line_count = l;
strlcpy(best_expect_file, alt_expectfile, sizeof(best_expect_file));
}
free(alt_expectfile);
}
/*
* fall back on the canonical results file if we haven't tried it yet and
* haven't found a complete match yet.
*/
if (platform_expectfile)
{
snprintf(cmd, sizeof(cmd),
"diff %s \"%s\" \"%s\" > \"%s\"",
basic_diff_opts, default_expectfile, resultsfile, diff);
if (run_diff(cmd, diff) == 0)
{
/* No diff = no changes = good */
unlink(diff);
return false;
}
l = file_line_count(diff);
if (l < best_line_count)
{
/* This diff was a better match than the last one */
best_line_count = l;
strlcpy(best_expect_file, default_expectfile, sizeof(best_expect_file));
}
}
/*
* Use the best comparison file to generate the "pretty" diff, which we
* append to the diffs summary file.
*/
/* Write diff header */
difffile = fopen(difffilename, "a");
if (difffile)
{
fprintf(difffile,
"diff %s %s %s\n",
pretty_diff_opts, best_expect_file, resultsfile);
fclose(difffile);
}
/* Run diff */
snprintf(cmd, sizeof(cmd),
"diff %s \"%s\" \"%s\" >> \"%s\"",
pretty_diff_opts, best_expect_file, resultsfile, difffilename);
run_diff(cmd, difffilename);
unlink(diff);
return true;
}
/*
* Wait for specified subprocesses to finish, and return their exit
* statuses into statuses[] and stop times into stoptimes[]
*
* If names isn't NULL, print each subprocess's name as it finishes
*
* Note: it's OK to scribble on the pids array, but not on the names array
*/
static void
wait_for_tests(PID_TYPE * pids, int *statuses, instr_time *stoptimes,
char **names, int num_tests)
{
int tests_left;
int i;
#ifdef WIN32
PID_TYPE *active_pids = pg_malloc(num_tests * sizeof(PID_TYPE));
memcpy(active_pids, pids, num_tests * sizeof(PID_TYPE));
#endif
tests_left = num_tests;
while (tests_left > 0)
{
PID_TYPE p;
#ifndef WIN32
int exit_status;
p = wait(&exit_status);
if (p == INVALID_PID)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("failed to wait for subprocesses: %s\n"),
strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
#else
DWORD exit_status;
int r;
r = WaitForMultipleObjects(tests_left, active_pids, FALSE, INFINITE);
if (r < WAIT_OBJECT_0 || r >= WAIT_OBJECT_0 + tests_left)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("failed to wait for subprocesses: error code %lu\n"),
GetLastError());
exit(2);
}
p = active_pids[r - WAIT_OBJECT_0];
/* compact the active_pids array */
active_pids[r - WAIT_OBJECT_0] = active_pids[tests_left - 1];
#endif /* WIN32 */
for (i = 0; i < num_tests; i++)
{
if (p == pids[i])
{
#ifdef WIN32
GetExitCodeProcess(pids[i], &exit_status);
CloseHandle(pids[i]);
#endif
pids[i] = INVALID_PID;
statuses[i] = (int) exit_status;
INSTR_TIME_SET_CURRENT(stoptimes[i]);
if (names)
status(" %s", names[i]);
tests_left--;
break;
}
}
}
#ifdef WIN32
free(active_pids);
#endif
}
/*
* report nonzero exit code from a test process
*/
static void
log_child_failure(int exitstatus)
{
if (WIFEXITED(exitstatus))
status(_(" (test process exited with exit code %d)"),
WEXITSTATUS(exitstatus));
else if (WIFSIGNALED(exitstatus))
{
#if defined(WIN32)
status(_(" (test process was terminated by exception 0x%X)"),
WTERMSIG(exitstatus));
#else
status(_(" (test process was terminated by signal %d: %s)"),
WTERMSIG(exitstatus), pg_strsignal(WTERMSIG(exitstatus)));
#endif
}
else
status(_(" (test process exited with unrecognized status %d)"),
exitstatus);
}
/*
* Run all the tests specified in one schedule file
*/
static void
run_schedule(const char *schedule, test_function tfunc)
{
#define MAX_PARALLEL_TESTS 100
char *tests[MAX_PARALLEL_TESTS];
_stringlist *resultfiles[MAX_PARALLEL_TESTS];
_stringlist *expectfiles[MAX_PARALLEL_TESTS];
_stringlist *tags[MAX_PARALLEL_TESTS];
PID_TYPE pids[MAX_PARALLEL_TESTS];
instr_time starttimes[MAX_PARALLEL_TESTS];
instr_time stoptimes[MAX_PARALLEL_TESTS];
int statuses[MAX_PARALLEL_TESTS];
_stringlist *ignorelist = NULL;
char scbuf[1024];
FILE *scf;
int line_num = 0;
memset(tests, 0, sizeof(tests));
memset(resultfiles, 0, sizeof(resultfiles));
memset(expectfiles, 0, sizeof(expectfiles));
memset(tags, 0, sizeof(tags));
scf = fopen(schedule, "r");
if (!scf)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not open file \"%s\" for reading: %s\n"),
progname, schedule, strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
while (fgets(scbuf, sizeof(scbuf), scf))
{
char *test = NULL;
char *c;
int num_tests;
bool inword;
int i;
line_num++;
/* strip trailing whitespace, especially the newline */
i = strlen(scbuf);
while (i > 0 && isspace((unsigned char) scbuf[i - 1]))
scbuf[--i] = '\0';
if (scbuf[0] == '\0' || scbuf[0] == '#')
continue;
if (strncmp(scbuf, "test: ", 6) == 0)
test = scbuf + 6;
else if (strncmp(scbuf, "ignore: ", 8) == 0)
{
c = scbuf + 8;
while (*c && isspace((unsigned char) *c))
c++;
add_stringlist_item(&ignorelist, c);
/*
* Note: ignore: lines do not run the test, they just say that
* failure of this test when run later on is to be ignored. A bit
* odd but that's how the shell-script version did it.
*/
continue;
}
else
{
fprintf(stderr, _("syntax error in schedule file \"%s\" line %d: %s\n"),
schedule, line_num, scbuf);
exit(2);
}
num_tests = 0;
inword = false;
for (c = test;; c++)
{
if (*c == '\0' || isspace((unsigned char) *c))
{
if (inword)
{
/* Reached end of a test name */
char sav;
if (num_tests >= MAX_PARALLEL_TESTS)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("too many parallel tests (more than %d) in schedule file \"%s\" line %d: %s\n"),
MAX_PARALLEL_TESTS, schedule, line_num, scbuf);
exit(2);
}
sav = *c;
*c = '\0';
tests[num_tests] = pg_strdup(test);
num_tests++;
*c = sav;
inword = false;
}
if (*c == '\0')
break; /* loop exit is here */
}
else if (!inword)
{
/* Start of a test name */
test = c;
inword = true;
}
}
if (num_tests == 0)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("syntax error in schedule file \"%s\" line %d: %s\n"),
schedule, line_num, scbuf);
exit(2);
}
if (num_tests == 1)
{
status(_("test %-28s ... "), tests[0]);
pids[0] = (tfunc) (tests[0], &resultfiles[0], &expectfiles[0], &tags[0]);
INSTR_TIME_SET_CURRENT(starttimes[0]);
wait_for_tests(pids, statuses, stoptimes, NULL, 1);
/* status line is finished below */
}
else if (max_concurrent_tests > 0 && max_concurrent_tests < num_tests)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("too many parallel tests (more than %d) in schedule file \"%s\" line %d: %s\n"),
max_concurrent_tests, schedule, line_num, scbuf);
exit(2);
}
else if (max_connections > 0 && max_connections < num_tests)
{
int oldest = 0;
status(_("parallel group (%d tests, in groups of %d): "),
num_tests, max_connections);
for (i = 0; i < num_tests; i++)
{
if (i - oldest >= max_connections)
{
wait_for_tests(pids + oldest, statuses + oldest,
stoptimes + oldest,
tests + oldest, i - oldest);
oldest = i;
}
pids[i] = (tfunc) (tests[i], &resultfiles[i], &expectfiles[i], &tags[i]);
INSTR_TIME_SET_CURRENT(starttimes[i]);
}
wait_for_tests(pids + oldest, statuses + oldest,
stoptimes + oldest,
tests + oldest, i - oldest);
status_end();
}
else
{
status(_("parallel group (%d tests): "), num_tests);
for (i = 0; i < num_tests; i++)
{
pids[i] = (tfunc) (tests[i], &resultfiles[i], &expectfiles[i], &tags[i]);
INSTR_TIME_SET_CURRENT(starttimes[i]);
}
wait_for_tests(pids, statuses, stoptimes, tests, num_tests);
status_end();
}
/* Check results for all tests */
for (i = 0; i < num_tests; i++)
{
_stringlist *rl,
*el,
*tl;
bool differ = false;
if (num_tests > 1)
status(_(" %-28s ... "), tests[i]);
/*
* Advance over all three lists simultaneously.
*
* Compare resultfiles[j] with expectfiles[j] always. Tags are
* optional but if there are tags, the tag list has the same
* length as the other two lists.
*/
for (rl = resultfiles[i], el = expectfiles[i], tl = tags[i];
rl != NULL; /* rl and el have the same length */
rl = rl->next, el = el->next,
tl = tl ? tl->next : NULL)
{
bool newdiff;
newdiff = results_differ(tests[i], rl->str, el->str);
if (newdiff && tl)
{
printf("%s ", tl->str);
}
differ |= newdiff;
}
if (differ)
{
bool ignore = false;
_stringlist *sl;
for (sl = ignorelist; sl != NULL; sl = sl->next)
{
if (strcmp(tests[i], sl->str) == 0)
{
ignore = true;
break;
}
}
if (ignore)
{
status(_("failed (ignored)"));
fail_ignore_count++;
}
else
{
status(_("FAILED"));
fail_count++;
}
}
else
{
status(_("ok ")); /* align with FAILED */
success_count++;
}
if (statuses[i] != 0)
log_child_failure(statuses[i]);
INSTR_TIME_SUBTRACT(stoptimes[i], starttimes[i]);
status(_(" %8.0f ms"), INSTR_TIME_GET_MILLISEC(stoptimes[i]));
status_end();
}
for (i = 0; i < num_tests; i++)
{
pg_free(tests[i]);
tests[i] = NULL;
free_stringlist(&resultfiles[i]);
free_stringlist(&expectfiles[i]);
free_stringlist(&tags[i]);
}
}
free_stringlist(&ignorelist);
fclose(scf);
}
/*
* Run a single test
*/
static void
run_single_test(const char *test, test_function tfunc)
{
PID_TYPE pid;
instr_time starttime;
instr_time stoptime;
int exit_status;
_stringlist *resultfiles = NULL;
_stringlist *expectfiles = NULL;
_stringlist *tags = NULL;
_stringlist *rl,
*el,
*tl;
bool differ = false;
status(_("test %-28s ... "), test);
pid = (tfunc) (test, &resultfiles, &expectfiles, &tags);
INSTR_TIME_SET_CURRENT(starttime);
wait_for_tests(&pid, &exit_status, &stoptime, NULL, 1);
/*
* Advance over all three lists simultaneously.
*
* Compare resultfiles[j] with expectfiles[j] always. Tags are optional
* but if there are tags, the tag list has the same length as the other
* two lists.
*/
for (rl = resultfiles, el = expectfiles, tl = tags;
rl != NULL; /* rl and el have the same length */
rl = rl->next, el = el->next,
tl = tl ? tl->next : NULL)
{
bool newdiff;
newdiff = results_differ(test, rl->str, el->str);
if (newdiff && tl)
{
printf("%s ", tl->str);
}
differ |= newdiff;
}
if (differ)
{
status(_("FAILED"));
fail_count++;
}
else
{
status(_("ok ")); /* align with FAILED */
success_count++;
}
if (exit_status != 0)
log_child_failure(exit_status);
INSTR_TIME_SUBTRACT(stoptime, starttime);
status(_(" %8.0f ms"), INSTR_TIME_GET_MILLISEC(stoptime));
status_end();
}
/*
* Create the summary-output files (making them empty if already existing)
*/
static void
open_result_files(void)
{
char file[MAXPGPATH];
FILE *difffile;
/* create outputdir directory if not present */
if (!directory_exists(outputdir))
make_directory(outputdir);
/* create the log file (copy of running status output) */
snprintf(file, sizeof(file), "%s/regression.out", outputdir);
logfilename = pg_strdup(file);
logfile = fopen(logfilename, "w");
if (!logfile)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not open file \"%s\" for writing: %s\n"),
progname, logfilename, strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
/* create the diffs file as empty */
snprintf(file, sizeof(file), "%s/regression.diffs", outputdir);
difffilename = pg_strdup(file);
difffile = fopen(difffilename, "w");
if (!difffile)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not open file \"%s\" for writing: %s\n"),
progname, difffilename, strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
/* we don't keep the diffs file open continuously */
fclose(difffile);
/* also create the results directory if not present */
snprintf(file, sizeof(file), "%s/results", outputdir);
if (!directory_exists(file))
make_directory(file);
}
static void
drop_database_if_exists(const char *dbname)
{
header(_("dropping database \"%s\""), dbname);
psql_command("postgres", "DROP DATABASE IF EXISTS \"%s\"", dbname);
}
static void
create_database(const char *dbname)
{
_stringlist *sl;
/*
* We use template0 so that any installation-local cruft in template1 will
* not mess up the tests.
*/
header(_("creating database \"%s\""), dbname);
if (encoding)
psql_command("postgres", "CREATE DATABASE \"%s\" TEMPLATE=template0 ENCODING='%s'%s", dbname, encoding,
(nolocale) ? " LC_COLLATE='C' LC_CTYPE='C'" : "");
else
psql_command("postgres", "CREATE DATABASE \"%s\" TEMPLATE=template0%s", dbname,
(nolocale) ? " LC_COLLATE='C' LC_CTYPE='C'" : "");
psql_command(dbname,
"ALTER DATABASE \"%s\" SET lc_messages TO 'C';"
"ALTER DATABASE \"%s\" SET lc_monetary TO 'C';"
"ALTER DATABASE \"%s\" SET lc_numeric TO 'C';"
"ALTER DATABASE \"%s\" SET lc_time TO 'C';"
"ALTER DATABASE \"%s\" SET bytea_output TO 'hex';"
"ALTER DATABASE \"%s\" SET timezone_abbreviations TO 'Default';",
dbname, dbname, dbname, dbname, dbname, dbname);
/*
* Install any requested extensions. We use CREATE IF NOT EXISTS so that
* this will work whether or not the extension is preinstalled.
*/
for (sl = loadextension; sl != NULL; sl = sl->next)
{
header(_("installing %s"), sl->str);
psql_command(dbname, "CREATE EXTENSION IF NOT EXISTS \"%s\"", sl->str);
}
}
static void
drop_role_if_exists(const char *rolename)
{
header(_("dropping role \"%s\""), rolename);
psql_command("postgres", "DROP ROLE IF EXISTS \"%s\"", rolename);
}
static void
create_role(const char *rolename, const _stringlist *granted_dbs)
{
header(_("creating role \"%s\""), rolename);
psql_command("postgres", "CREATE ROLE \"%s\" WITH LOGIN", rolename);
for (; granted_dbs != NULL; granted_dbs = granted_dbs->next)
{
psql_command("postgres", "GRANT ALL ON DATABASE \"%s\" TO \"%s\"",
granted_dbs->str, rolename);
}
}
static void
help(void)
{
printf(_("PostgreSQL regression test driver\n"));
printf(_("\n"));
printf(_("Usage:\n %s [OPTION]... [EXTRA-TEST]...\n"), progname);
printf(_("\n"));
printf(_("Options:\n"));
printf(_(" --bindir=BINPATH use BINPATH for programs that are run;\n"));
printf(_(" if empty, use PATH from the environment\n"));
printf(_(" --config-auth=DATADIR update authentication settings for DATADIR\n"));
printf(_(" --create-role=ROLE create the specified role before testing\n"));
printf(_(" --dbname=DB use database DB (default \"regression\")\n"));
printf(_(" --debug turn on debug mode in programs that are run\n"));
printf(_(" --dlpath=DIR look for dynamic libraries in DIR\n"));
printf(_(" --encoding=ENCODING use ENCODING as the encoding\n"));
printf(_(" -h, --help show this help, then exit\n"));
printf(_(" --inputdir=DIR take input files from DIR (default \".\")\n"));
printf(_(" --launcher=CMD use CMD as launcher of psql\n"));
printf(_(" --load-extension=EXT load the named extension before running the\n"));
printf(_(" tests; can appear multiple times\n"));
printf(_(" --max-connections=N maximum number of concurrent connections\n"));
printf(_(" (default is 0, meaning unlimited)\n"));
printf(_(" --max-concurrent-tests=N maximum number of concurrent tests in schedule\n"));
printf(_(" (default is 0, meaning unlimited)\n"));
printf(_(" --outputdir=DIR place output files in DIR (default \".\")\n"));
printf(_(" --schedule=FILE use test ordering schedule from FILE\n"));
printf(_(" (can be used multiple times to concatenate)\n"));
printf(_(" --temp-instance=DIR create a temporary instance in DIR\n"));
printf(_(" --use-existing use an existing installation\n"));
printf(_(" -V, --version output version information, then exit\n"));
printf(_("\n"));
printf(_("Options for \"temp-instance\" mode:\n"));
printf(_(" --no-locale use C locale\n"));
printf(_(" --port=PORT start postmaster on PORT\n"));
printf(_(" --temp-config=FILE append contents of FILE to temporary config\n"));
printf(_("\n"));
printf(_("Options for using an existing installation:\n"));
printf(_(" --host=HOST use postmaster running on HOST\n"));
printf(_(" --port=PORT use postmaster running at PORT\n"));
printf(_(" --user=USER connect as USER\n"));
printf(_("\n"));
printf(_("The exit status is 0 if all tests passed, 1 if some tests failed, and 2\n"));
printf(_("if the tests could not be run for some reason.\n"));
printf(_("\n"));
printf(_("Report bugs to <%s>.\n"), PACKAGE_BUGREPORT);
printf(_("%s home page: <%s>\n"), PACKAGE_NAME, PACKAGE_URL);
}
int
regression_main(int argc, char *argv[], init_function ifunc, test_function tfunc)
{
static struct option long_options[] = {
{"help", no_argument, NULL, 'h'},
{"version", no_argument, NULL, 'V'},
{"dbname", required_argument, NULL, 1},
{"debug", no_argument, NULL, 2},
{"inputdir", required_argument, NULL, 3},
{"max-connections", required_argument, NULL, 5},
{"encoding", required_argument, NULL, 6},
{"outputdir", required_argument, NULL, 7},
{"schedule", required_argument, NULL, 8},
{"temp-instance", required_argument, NULL, 9},
{"no-locale", no_argument, NULL, 10},
{"host", required_argument, NULL, 13},
{"port", required_argument, NULL, 14},
{"user", required_argument, NULL, 15},
{"bindir", required_argument, NULL, 16},
{"dlpath", required_argument, NULL, 17},
{"create-role", required_argument, NULL, 18},
{"temp-config", required_argument, NULL, 19},
{"use-existing", no_argument, NULL, 20},
{"launcher", required_argument, NULL, 21},
{"load-extension", required_argument, NULL, 22},
{"config-auth", required_argument, NULL, 24},
{"max-concurrent-tests", required_argument, NULL, 25},
{NULL, 0, NULL, 0}
};
_stringlist *sl;
int c;
int i;
int option_index;
char buf[MAXPGPATH * 4];
char buf2[MAXPGPATH * 4];
pg_logging_init(argv[0]);
progname = get_progname(argv[0]);
set_pglocale_pgservice(argv[0], PG_TEXTDOMAIN("pg_regress"));
get_restricted_token();
atexit(stop_postmaster);
#ifndef HAVE_UNIX_SOCKETS
/* no unix domain sockets available, so change default */
hostname = "localhost";
#endif
/*
* We call the initialization function here because that way we can set
* default parameters and let them be overwritten by the commandline.
*/
ifunc(argc, argv);
if (getenv("PG_REGRESS_DIFF_OPTS"))
pretty_diff_opts = getenv("PG_REGRESS_DIFF_OPTS");
while ((c = getopt_long(argc, argv, "hV", long_options, &option_index)) != -1)
{
switch (c)
{
case 'h':
help();
exit(0);
case 'V':
puts("pg_regress (PostgreSQL) " PG_VERSION);
exit(0);
case 1:
/*
* If a default database was specified, we need to remove it
* before we add the specified one.
*/
free_stringlist(&dblist);
split_to_stringlist(optarg, ",", &dblist);
break;
case 2:
debug = true;
break;
case 3:
inputdir = pg_strdup(optarg);
break;
case 5:
max_connections = atoi(optarg);
break;
case 6:
encoding = pg_strdup(optarg);
break;
case 7:
outputdir = pg_strdup(optarg);
break;
case 8:
add_stringlist_item(&schedulelist, optarg);
break;
case 9:
temp_instance = make_absolute_path(optarg);
break;
case 10:
nolocale = true;
break;
case 13:
hostname = pg_strdup(optarg);
break;
case 14:
port = atoi(optarg);
port_specified_by_user = true;
break;
case 15:
user = pg_strdup(optarg);
break;
case 16:
/* "--bindir=" means to use PATH */
if (strlen(optarg))
bindir = pg_strdup(optarg);
else
bindir = NULL;
break;
case 17:
dlpath = pg_strdup(optarg);
break;
case 18:
split_to_stringlist(optarg, ",", &extraroles);
break;
case 19:
add_stringlist_item(&temp_configs, optarg);
break;
case 20:
use_existing = true;
break;
case 21:
launcher = pg_strdup(optarg);
break;
case 22:
add_stringlist_item(&loadextension, optarg);
break;
case 24:
config_auth_datadir = pg_strdup(optarg);
break;
case 25:
max_concurrent_tests = atoi(optarg);
break;
default:
/* getopt_long already emitted a complaint */
fprintf(stderr, _("\nTry \"%s -h\" for more information.\n"),
progname);
exit(2);
}
}
/*
* if we still have arguments, they are extra tests to run
*/
while (argc - optind >= 1)
{
add_stringlist_item(&extra_tests, argv[optind]);
optind++;
}
if (config_auth_datadir)
{
#ifdef ENABLE_SSPI
config_sspi_auth(config_auth_datadir, user);
#endif
exit(0);
}
if (temp_instance && !port_specified_by_user)
/*
* To reduce chances of interference with parallel installations, use
* a port number starting in the private range (49152-65535)
* calculated from the version number. This aids !HAVE_UNIX_SOCKETS
* systems; elsewhere, the use of a private socket directory already
* prevents interference.
*/
port = 0xC000 | (PG_VERSION_NUM & 0x3FFF);
inputdir = make_absolute_path(inputdir);
outputdir = make_absolute_path(outputdir);
dlpath = make_absolute_path(dlpath);
/*
* Initialization
*/
open_result_files();
initialize_environment();
#if defined(HAVE_GETRLIMIT) && defined(RLIMIT_CORE)
unlimit_core_size();
#endif
if (temp_instance)
{
FILE *pg_conf;
const char *env_wait;
int wait_seconds;
/*
* Prepare the temp instance
*/
if (directory_exists(temp_instance))
{
header(_("removing existing temp instance"));
if (!rmtree(temp_instance, true))
{
fprintf(stderr, _("\n%s: could not remove temp instance \"%s\"\n"),
progname, temp_instance);
exit(2);
}
}
header(_("creating temporary instance"));
/* make the temp instance top directory */
make_directory(temp_instance);
/* and a directory for log files */
snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), "%s/log", outputdir);
if (!directory_exists(buf))
make_directory(buf);
/* initdb */
header(_("initializing database system"));
snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf),
"\"%s%sinitdb\" -D \"%s/data\" --no-clean --no-sync%s%s > \"%s/log/initdb.log\" 2>&1",
bindir ? bindir : "",
bindir ? "/" : "",
temp_instance,
debug ? " --debug" : "",
nolocale ? " --no-locale" : "",
outputdir);
if (system(buf))
{
fprintf(stderr, _("\n%s: initdb failed\nExamine %s/log/initdb.log for the reason.\nCommand was: %s\n"), progname, outputdir, buf);
exit(2);
}
/*
* Adjust the default postgresql.conf for regression testing. The user
* can specify a file to be appended; in any case we expand logging
* and set max_prepared_transactions to enable testing of prepared
* xacts. (Note: to reduce the probability of unexpected shmmax
* failures, don't set max_prepared_transactions any higher than
* actually needed by the prepared_xacts regression test.)
*/
snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), "%s/data/postgresql.conf", temp_instance);
pg_conf = fopen(buf, "a");
if (pg_conf == NULL)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("\n%s: could not open \"%s\" for adding extra config: %s\n"), progname, buf, strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
fputs("\n# Configuration added by pg_regress\n\n", pg_conf);
fputs("log_autovacuum_min_duration = 0\n", pg_conf);
fputs("log_checkpoints = on\n", pg_conf);
fputs("log_line_prefix = '%m [%p] %q%a '\n", pg_conf);
fputs("log_lock_waits = on\n", pg_conf);
fputs("log_temp_files = 128kB\n", pg_conf);
fputs("max_prepared_transactions = 2\n", pg_conf);
for (sl = temp_configs; sl != NULL; sl = sl->next)
{
char *temp_config = sl->str;
FILE *extra_conf;
char line_buf[1024];
extra_conf = fopen(temp_config, "r");
if (extra_conf == NULL)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("\n%s: could not open \"%s\" to read extra config: %s\n"), progname, temp_config, strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
while (fgets(line_buf, sizeof(line_buf), extra_conf) != NULL)
fputs(line_buf, pg_conf);
fclose(extra_conf);
}
fclose(pg_conf);
#ifdef ENABLE_SSPI
/*
* Since we successfully used the same buffer for the much-longer
* "initdb" command, this can't truncate.
*/
snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), "%s/data", temp_instance);
config_sspi_auth(buf, NULL);
#elif !defined(HAVE_UNIX_SOCKETS)
#error Platform has no means to secure the test installation.
#endif
/*
* Check if there is a postmaster running already.
*/
snprintf(buf2, sizeof(buf2),
"\"%s%spsql\" -X postgres <%s 2>%s",
bindir ? bindir : "",
bindir ? "/" : "",
DEVNULL, DEVNULL);
for (i = 0; i < 16; i++)
{
if (system(buf2) == 0)
{
char s[16];
if (port_specified_by_user || i == 15)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("port %d apparently in use\n"), port);
if (!port_specified_by_user)
fprintf(stderr, _("%s: could not determine an available port\n"), progname);
fprintf(stderr, _("Specify an unused port using the --port option or shut down any conflicting PostgreSQL servers.\n"));
exit(2);
}
fprintf(stderr, _("port %d apparently in use, trying %d\n"), port, port + 1);
port++;
sprintf(s, "%d", port);
doputenv("PGPORT", s);
}
else
break;
}
/*
* Start the temp postmaster
*/
header(_("starting postmaster"));
snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf),
"\"%s%spostgres\" -D \"%s/data\" -F%s "
"-c \"listen_addresses=%s\" -k \"%s\" "
"> \"%s/log/postmaster.log\" 2>&1",
bindir ? bindir : "",
bindir ? "/" : "",
temp_instance, debug ? " -d 5" : "",
hostname ? hostname : "", sockdir ? sockdir : "",
outputdir);
postmaster_pid = spawn_process(buf);
if (postmaster_pid == INVALID_PID)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("\n%s: could not spawn postmaster: %s\n"),
progname, strerror(errno));
exit(2);
}
/*
* Wait till postmaster is able to accept connections; normally this
* is only a second or so, but Cygwin is reportedly *much* slower, and
* test builds using Valgrind or similar tools might be too. Hence,
* allow the default timeout of 60 seconds to be overridden from the
* PGCTLTIMEOUT environment variable.
*/
env_wait = getenv("PGCTLTIMEOUT");
if (env_wait != NULL)
{
wait_seconds = atoi(env_wait);
if (wait_seconds <= 0)
wait_seconds = 60;
}
else
wait_seconds = 60;
for (i = 0; i < wait_seconds; i++)
{
/* Done if psql succeeds */
if (system(buf2) == 0)
break;
/*
* Fail immediately if postmaster has exited
*/
#ifndef WIN32
if (waitpid(postmaster_pid, NULL, WNOHANG) == postmaster_pid)
#else
if (WaitForSingleObject(postmaster_pid, 0) == WAIT_OBJECT_0)
#endif
{
fprintf(stderr, _("\n%s: postmaster failed\nExamine %s/log/postmaster.log for the reason\n"), progname, outputdir);
exit(2);
}
pg_usleep(1000000L);
}
if (i >= wait_seconds)
{
fprintf(stderr, _("\n%s: postmaster did not respond within %d seconds\nExamine %s/log/postmaster.log for the reason\n"),
progname, wait_seconds, outputdir);
/*
* If we get here, the postmaster is probably wedged somewhere in
* startup. Try to kill it ungracefully rather than leaving a
* stuck postmaster that might interfere with subsequent test
* attempts.
*/
#ifndef WIN32
if (kill(postmaster_pid, SIGKILL) != 0 &&
errno != ESRCH)
fprintf(stderr, _("\n%s: could not kill failed postmaster: %s\n"),
progname, strerror(errno));
#else
if (TerminateProcess(postmaster_pid, 255) == 0)
fprintf(stderr, _("\n%s: could not kill failed postmaster: error code %lu\n"),
progname, GetLastError());
#endif
exit(2);
}
postmaster_running = true;
#ifdef _WIN64
/* need a series of two casts to convert HANDLE without compiler warning */
#define ULONGPID(x) (unsigned long) (unsigned long long) (x)
#else
#define ULONGPID(x) (unsigned long) (x)
#endif
printf(_("running on port %d with PID %lu\n"),
port, ULONGPID(postmaster_pid));
}
else
{
/*
* Using an existing installation, so may need to get rid of
* pre-existing database(s) and role(s)
*/
if (!use_existing)
{
for (sl = dblist; sl; sl = sl->next)
drop_database_if_exists(sl->str);
for (sl = extraroles; sl; sl = sl->next)
drop_role_if_exists(sl->str);
}
}
/*
* Create the test database(s) and role(s)
*/
if (!use_existing)
{
for (sl = dblist; sl; sl = sl->next)
create_database(sl->str);
for (sl = extraroles; sl; sl = sl->next)
create_role(sl->str, dblist);
}
/*
* Ready to run the tests
*/
header(_("running regression test queries"));
for (sl = schedulelist; sl != NULL; sl = sl->next)
{
run_schedule(sl->str, tfunc);
}
for (sl = extra_tests; sl != NULL; sl = sl->next)
{
run_single_test(sl->str, tfunc);
}
/*
* Shut down temp installation's postmaster
*/
if (temp_instance)
{
header(_("shutting down postmaster"));
stop_postmaster();
}
/*
* If there were no errors, remove the temp instance immediately to
* conserve disk space. (If there were errors, we leave the instance in
* place for possible manual investigation.)
*/
if (temp_instance && fail_count == 0 && fail_ignore_count == 0)
{
header(_("removing temporary instance"));
if (!rmtree(temp_instance, true))
fprintf(stderr, _("\n%s: could not remove temp instance \"%s\"\n"),
progname, temp_instance);
}
fclose(logfile);
/*
* Emit nice-looking summary message
*/
if (fail_count == 0 && fail_ignore_count == 0)
snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf),
_(" All %d tests passed. "),
success_count);
else if (fail_count == 0) /* fail_count=0, fail_ignore_count>0 */
snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf),
_(" %d of %d tests passed, %d failed test(s) ignored. "),
success_count,
success_count + fail_ignore_count,
fail_ignore_count);
else if (fail_ignore_count == 0) /* fail_count>0 && fail_ignore_count=0 */
snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf),
_(" %d of %d tests failed. "),
fail_count,
success_count + fail_count);
else
/* fail_count>0 && fail_ignore_count>0 */
snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf),
_(" %d of %d tests failed, %d of these failures ignored. "),
fail_count + fail_ignore_count,
success_count + fail_count + fail_ignore_count,
fail_ignore_count);
putchar('\n');
for (i = strlen(buf); i > 0; i--)
putchar('=');
printf("\n%s\n", buf);
for (i = strlen(buf); i > 0; i--)
putchar('=');
putchar('\n');
putchar('\n');
if (file_size(difffilename) > 0)
{
printf(_("The differences that caused some tests to fail can be viewed in the\n"
"file \"%s\". A copy of the test summary that you see\n"
"above is saved in the file \"%s\".\n\n"),
difffilename, logfilename);
}
else
{
unlink(difffilename);
unlink(logfilename);
}
if (fail_count != 0)
exit(1);
return 0;
}