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# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
import json
import logging
import re
import sys
from functools import partial
from taskgraph.util.taskcluster import get_task_definition
from .registry import register_callback_action
from .util import (
combine_task_graph_files,
create_tasks,
fetch_graph_and_labels,
get_decision_task_id,
get_pushes,
get_pushes_from_params_input,
trigger_action,
)
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
SYMBOL_REGEX = re.compile("^(.*)-[a-z0-9]{11}-bk$")
GROUP_SYMBOL_REGEX = re.compile("^(.*)-bk$")
def input_for_support_action(revision, task, times=1, retrigger=True):
"""Generate input for action to be scheduled.
Define what label to schedule with 'label'.
If it is a test task that uses explicit manifests add that information.
"""
input = {
"label": task["metadata"]["name"],
"revision": revision,
"times": times,
# We want the backfilled tasks to share the same symbol as the originating task
"symbol": task["extra"]["treeherder"]["symbol"],
"retrigger": retrigger,
}
# Support tasks that are using manifest based scheduling
if task["payload"].get("env", {}).get("MOZHARNESS_TEST_PATHS"):
input["test_manifests"] = json.loads(
task["payload"]["env"]["MOZHARNESS_TEST_PATHS"]
)
return input
@register_callback_action(
title="Backfill",
name="backfill",
permission="backfill",
symbol="Bk",
description=("Given a task schedule it on previous pushes in the same project."),
order=200,
context=[{}], # This will be available for all tasks
schema={
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"depth": {
"type": "integer",
"default": 19,
"minimum": 1,
"maximum": 25,
"title": "Depth",
"description": (
"The number of previous pushes before the current "
"push to attempt to trigger this task on."
),
},
"inclusive": {
"type": "boolean",
"default": False,
"title": "Inclusive Range",
"description": (
"If true, the backfill will also retrigger the task "
"on the selected push."
),
},
"times": {
"type": "integer",
"default": 1,
"minimum": 1,
"maximum": 10,
"title": "Times",
"description": (
"The number of times to execute each job you are backfilling."
),
},
"retrigger": {
"type": "boolean",
"default": True,
"title": "Retrigger",
"description": (
"If False, the task won't retrigger on pushes that have already "
"ran it."
),
},
},
"additionalProperties": False,
},
available=lambda parameters: True,
)
def backfill_action(parameters, graph_config, input, task_group_id, task_id):
"""
This action takes a task ID and schedules it on previous pushes (via support action).
To execute this action locally follow the documentation here:
"""
task = get_task_definition(task_id)
pushes = get_pushes_from_params_input(parameters, input)
failed = False
input_for_action = input_for_support_action(
revision=parameters["head_rev"],
task=task,
times=input.get("times", 1),
retrigger=input.get("retrigger", True),
)
for push_id in pushes:
try:
# The Gecko decision task can sometimes fail on a push and we need to handle
# the exception that this call will produce
push_decision_task_id = get_decision_task_id(parameters["project"], push_id)
except Exception:
logger.warning(f"Could not find decision task for push {push_id}")
# The decision task may have failed, this is common enough that we
# don't want to report an error for it.
continue
try:
trigger_action(
action_name="backfill-task",
# This lets the action know on which push we want to add a new task
decision_task_id=push_decision_task_id,
input=input_for_action,
)
except Exception:
logger.exception(f"Failed to trigger action for {push_id}")
failed = True
if failed:
sys.exit(1)
def add_backfill_suffix(regex, symbol, suffix):
m = regex.match(symbol)
if m is None:
symbol += suffix
return symbol
def backfill_modifier(task, input):
if task.label != input["label"]:
return task
logger.debug(f"Modifying test_manifests for {task.label}")
times = input.get("times", 1)
# Set task duplicates based on 'times' value.
if times > 1:
task.attributes["task_duplicates"] = times
# If the original task has defined test paths
test_manifests = input.get("test_manifests")
if test_manifests:
revision = input.get("revision")
task.attributes["test_manifests"] = test_manifests
task.task["payload"]["env"]["MOZHARNESS_TEST_PATHS"] = json.dumps(
test_manifests
)
# The name/label might have been modify in new_label, thus, change it here as well
task.task["metadata"]["name"] = task.label
th_info = task.task["extra"]["treeherder"]
# Use a job symbol of the originating task as defined in the backfill action
th_info["symbol"] = add_backfill_suffix(
SYMBOL_REGEX, th_info["symbol"], f"-{revision[0:11]}-bk"
)
if th_info.get("groupSymbol"):
# Group all backfilled tasks together
th_info["groupSymbol"] = add_backfill_suffix(
GROUP_SYMBOL_REGEX, th_info["groupSymbol"], "-bk"
)
task.task["tags"]["action"] = "backfill-task"
return task
def do_not_modify(task):
return task
def new_label(label, tasks):
"""This is to handle the case when a previous push does not contain a specific task label
and we try to find a label we can reuse.
For instance, we try to backfill chunk #3, however, a previous push does not contain such
chunk, thus, we try to reuse another task/label.
"""
begining_label, ending = label.rsplit("-", 1)
if ending.isdigit():
# We assume that the taskgraph has chunk #1 OR unnumbered chunk and we hijack it
if begining_label in tasks:
return begining_label
elif begining_label + "-1" in tasks:
return begining_label + "-1"
else:
raise Exception(f"New label ({label}) was not found in the task-graph")
else:
raise Exception(f"{label} was not found in the task-graph")
@register_callback_action(
name="backfill-task",
title="Backfill task on a push.",
permission="backfill",
symbol="backfill-task",
description="This action is normally scheduled by the backfill action. "
"The intent is to schedule a task on previous pushes.",
order=500,
context=[],
schema={
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"label": {"type": "string", "description": "A task label"},
"revision": {
"type": "string",
"description": "Revision of the original push from where we backfill.",
},
"symbol": {
"type": "string",
"description": "Symbol to be used by the scheduled task.",
},
"test_manifests": {
"type": "array",
"default": [],
"description": "An array of test manifest paths",
"items": {"type": "string"},
},
"times": {
"type": "integer",
"default": 1,
"minimum": 1,
"maximum": 10,
"title": "Times",
"description": (
"The number of times to execute each job " "you are backfilling."
),
},
"retrigger": {
"type": "boolean",
"default": True,
"title": "Retrigger",
"description": (
"If False, the task won't retrigger on pushes that have already "
"ran it."
),
},
},
},
)
def add_task_with_original_manifests(
parameters, graph_config, input, task_group_id, task_id
):
"""
This action is normally scheduled by the backfill action. The intent is to schedule a test
task with the test manifests from the original task (if available).
The push in which we want to schedule a new task is defined by the parameters object.
To execute this action locally follow the documentation here:
"""
# This step takes a lot of time when executed locally
logger.info("Retreving the full task graph and labels.")
decision_task_id, full_task_graph, label_to_taskid = fetch_graph_and_labels(
parameters, graph_config
)
label = input.get("label")
if not input.get("retrigger") and label in label_to_taskid:
logger.info(
f"Skipping push with decision task ID {decision_task_id} as it already has this test."
)
return
if label not in full_task_graph.tasks:
label = new_label(label, full_task_graph.tasks)
to_run = [label]
logger.info("Creating tasks...")
create_tasks(
graph_config,
to_run,
full_task_graph,
label_to_taskid,
parameters,
decision_task_id,
suffix="0",
modifier=partial(backfill_modifier, input=input),
)
# TODO Implement a way to write out artifacts without assuming there's
# multiple sets of them so we can stop passing in "suffix".
combine_task_graph_files(["0"])
@register_callback_action(
title="Backfill all browsertime",
name="backfill-all-browsertime",
permission="backfill",
symbol="baB",
description=(
"Schedule all browsertime tests for the current and previous push in the same project."
),
order=800,
context=[], # This will be available for all tasks
available=lambda parameters: True,
)
def backfill_all_browsertime(parameters, graph_config, input, task_group_id, task_id):
"""
This action takes a revision and schedules it on previous pushes (via support action).
To execute this action locally follow the documentation here:
"""
pushes = get_pushes(
project=parameters["head_repository"],
end_id=int(parameters["pushlog_id"]),
depth=2,
)
for push_id in pushes:
try:
# The Gecko decision task can sometimes fail on a push and we need to handle
# the exception that this call will produce
push_decision_task_id = get_decision_task_id(parameters["project"], push_id)
except Exception:
logger.warning(f"Could not find decision task for push {push_id}")
# The decision task may have failed, this is common enough that we
# don't want to report an error for it.
continue
try:
trigger_action(
action_name="add-all-browsertime",
# This lets the action know on which push we want to add a new task
decision_task_id=push_decision_task_id,
)
except Exception:
logger.exception(f"Failed to trigger action for {push_id}")
sys.exit(1)
def filter_raptor_jobs(full_task_graph, label_to_taskid):
to_run = []
for label, entry in full_task_graph.tasks.items():
if entry.kind != "test":
continue
if entry.task.get("extra", {}).get("suite", "") != "raptor":
continue
if "browsertime" not in entry.attributes.get("raptor_try_name", ""):
continue
if not entry.attributes.get("test_platform", "").endswith("shippable-qr/opt"):
continue
if "android" in entry.attributes.get("test_platform", ""):
# Bug 1786254 - The backfill bot is scheduling too many tests atm
continue
exceptions = ("live", "profiling", "youtube-playback")
if any(e in entry.attributes.get("raptor_try_name", "") for e in exceptions):
continue
if "firefox" in entry.attributes.get(
"raptor_try_name", ""
) and entry.attributes.get("test_platform", "").endswith("64-shippable-qr/opt"):
# add the browsertime test
if label not in label_to_taskid:
to_run.append(label)
if "geckoview" in entry.attributes.get("raptor_try_name", ""):
# add the pageload test
if label not in label_to_taskid:
to_run.append(label)
return to_run
@register_callback_action(
name="add-all-browsertime",
title="Add All Browsertime Tests.",
permission="backfill",
symbol="aaB",
description="This action is normally scheduled by the backfill-all-browsertime action. "
"The intent is to schedule all browsertime tests on a specific pushe.",
order=900,
context=[],
)
def add_all_browsertime(parameters, graph_config, input, task_group_id, task_id):
"""
This action is normally scheduled by the backfill-all-browsertime action. The intent is to
trigger all browsertime tasks for the current revision.
The push in which we want to schedule a new task is defined by the parameters object.
To execute this action locally follow the documentation here:
"""
logger.info("Retreving the full task graph and labels.")
decision_task_id, full_task_graph, label_to_taskid = fetch_graph_and_labels(
parameters, graph_config
)
to_run = filter_raptor_jobs(full_task_graph, label_to_taskid)
create_tasks(
graph_config,
to_run,
full_task_graph,
label_to_taskid,
parameters,
decision_task_id,
)
logger.info(f"Scheduled {len(to_run)} raptor tasks (time 1)")