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Copyright 2015 The Kubernetes Authors.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at
Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
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package e2e
import (
metav1 "k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/apis/meta/v1"
runtimeutils "k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/runtime"
clientset "k8s.io/client-go/kubernetes"
commontest "k8s.io/kubernetes/test/e2e/common"
testutils "k8s.io/kubernetes/test/utils"
// ensure auth plugins are loaded
_ "k8s.io/client-go/plugin/pkg/client/auth"
// ensure that cloud providers are loaded
_ "k8s.io/kubernetes/test/e2e/framework/providers/aws"
_ "k8s.io/kubernetes/test/e2e/framework/providers/azure"
_ "k8s.io/kubernetes/test/e2e/framework/providers/gce"
_ "k8s.io/kubernetes/test/e2e/framework/providers/kubemark"
_ "k8s.io/kubernetes/test/e2e/framework/providers/openstack"
_ "k8s.io/kubernetes/test/e2e/framework/providers/vsphere"
var (
cloudConfig = &framework.TestContext.CloudConfig
nodeKillerStopCh = make(chan struct{})
// There are certain operations we only want to run once per overall test invocation
// (such as deleting old namespaces, or verifying that all system pods are running.
// Because of the way Ginkgo runs tests in parallel, we must use SynchronizedBeforeSuite
// to ensure that these operations only run on the first parallel Ginkgo node.
// This function takes two parameters: one function which runs on only the first Ginkgo node,
// returning an opaque byte array, and then a second function which runs on all Ginkgo nodes,
// accepting the byte array.
var _ = ginkgo.SynchronizedBeforeSuite(func() []byte {
// Run only on Ginkgo node 1
switch framework.TestContext.Provider {
case "gce", "gke":
c, err := framework.LoadClientset()
if err != nil {
klog.Fatal("Error loading client: ", err)
// Delete any namespaces except those created by the system. This ensures no
// lingering resources are left over from a previous test run.
if framework.TestContext.CleanStart {
deleted, err := framework.DeleteNamespaces(c, nil, /* deleteFilter */
if err != nil {
framework.Failf("Error deleting orphaned namespaces: %v", err)
klog.Infof("Waiting for deletion of the following namespaces: %v", deleted)
if err := framework.WaitForNamespacesDeleted(c, deleted, framework.NamespaceCleanupTimeout); err != nil {
framework.Failf("Failed to delete orphaned namespaces %v: %v", deleted, err)
// In large clusters we may get to this point but still have a bunch
// of nodes without Routes created. Since this would make a node
// unschedulable, we need to wait until all of them are schedulable.
framework.ExpectNoError(framework.WaitForAllNodesSchedulable(c, framework.TestContext.NodeSchedulableTimeout))
// If NumNodes is not specified then auto-detect how many are scheduleable and not tainted
if framework.TestContext.CloudConfig.NumNodes == framework.DefaultNumNodes {
framework.TestContext.CloudConfig.NumNodes = len(framework.GetReadySchedulableNodesOrDie(c).Items)
// Ensure all pods are running and ready before starting tests (otherwise,
// cluster infrastructure pods that are being pulled or started can block
// test pods from running, and tests that ensure all pods are running and
// ready will fail).
podStartupTimeout := framework.TestContext.SystemPodsStartupTimeout
// TODO: In large clusters, we often observe a non-starting pods due to
// #41007. To avoid those pods preventing the whole test runs (and just
// wasting the whole run), we allow for some not-ready pods (with the
// number equal to the number of allowed not-ready nodes).
if err := framework.WaitForPodsRunningReady(c, metav1.NamespaceSystem, int32(framework.TestContext.MinStartupPods), int32(framework.TestContext.AllowedNotReadyNodes), podStartupTimeout, map[string]string{}); err != nil {
framework.DumpAllNamespaceInfo(c, metav1.NamespaceSystem)
framework.LogFailedContainers(c, metav1.NamespaceSystem, framework.Logf)
runKubernetesServiceTestContainer(c, metav1.NamespaceDefault)
framework.Failf("Error waiting for all pods to be running and ready: %v", err)
if err := framework.WaitForDaemonSets(c, metav1.NamespaceSystem, int32(framework.TestContext.AllowedNotReadyNodes), framework.TestContext.SystemDaemonsetStartupTimeout); err != nil {
framework.Logf("WARNING: Waiting for all daemonsets to be ready failed: %v", err)
// Log the version of the server and this client.
framework.Logf("e2e test version: %s", version.Get().GitVersion)
dc := c.DiscoveryClient
serverVersion, serverErr := dc.ServerVersion()
if serverErr != nil {
framework.Logf("Unexpected server error retrieving version: %v", serverErr)
if serverVersion != nil {
framework.Logf("kube-apiserver version: %s", serverVersion.GitVersion)
// Reference common test to make the import valid.
commontest.CurrentSuite = commontest.E2E
if framework.TestContext.NodeKiller.Enabled {
nodeKiller := framework.NewNodeKiller(framework.TestContext.NodeKiller, c, framework.TestContext.Provider)
nodeKillerStopCh = make(chan struct{})
go nodeKiller.Run(nodeKillerStopCh)
return nil
}, func(data []byte) {
// Run on all Ginkgo nodes
// Similar to SynchronizedBeforeSuite, we want to run some operations only once (such as collecting cluster logs).
// Here, the order of functions is reversed; first, the function which runs everywhere,
// and then the function that only runs on the first Ginkgo node.
var _ = ginkgo.SynchronizedAfterSuite(func() {
// Run on all Ginkgo nodes
framework.Logf("Running AfterSuite actions on all nodes")
}, func() {
// Run only Ginkgo on node 1
framework.Logf("Running AfterSuite actions on node 1")
if framework.TestContext.ReportDir != "" {
if framework.TestContext.GatherSuiteMetricsAfterTest {
if err := gatherTestSuiteMetrics(); err != nil {
framework.Logf("Error gathering metrics: %v", err)
if framework.TestContext.NodeKiller.Enabled {
func gatherTestSuiteMetrics() error {
framework.Logf("Gathering metrics")
c, err := framework.LoadClientset()
if err != nil {
return fmt.Errorf("error loading client: %v", err)
// Grab metrics for apiserver, scheduler, controller-manager, kubelet (for non-kubemark case) and cluster autoscaler (optionally).
grabber, err := metrics.NewMetricsGrabber(c, nil, !framework.ProviderIs("kubemark"), true, true, true, framework.TestContext.IncludeClusterAutoscalerMetrics)
if err != nil {
return fmt.Errorf("failed to create MetricsGrabber: %v", err)
received, err := grabber.Grab()
if err != nil {
return fmt.Errorf("failed to grab metrics: %v", err)
metricsForE2E := (*framework.MetricsForE2E)(&received)
metricsJSON := metricsForE2E.PrintJSON()
if framework.TestContext.ReportDir != "" {
filePath := path.Join(framework.TestContext.ReportDir, "MetricsForE2ESuite_"+time.Now().Format(time.RFC3339)+".json")
if err := ioutil.WriteFile(filePath, []byte(metricsJSON), 0644); err != nil {
return fmt.Errorf("error writing to %q: %v", filePath, err)
} else {
framework.Logf("\n\nTest Suite Metrics:\n%s\n", metricsJSON)
return nil
// RunE2ETests checks configuration parameters (specified through flags) and then runs
// E2E tests using the Ginkgo runner.
// If a "report directory" is specified, one or more JUnit test reports will be
// generated in this directory, and cluster logs will also be saved.
// This function is called on each Ginkgo node in parallel mode.
func RunE2ETests(t *testing.T) {
runtimeutils.ReallyCrash = true
defer logs.FlushLogs()
// Disable skipped tests unless they are explicitly requested.
if config.GinkgoConfig.FocusString == "" && config.GinkgoConfig.SkipString == "" {
config.GinkgoConfig.SkipString = `\[Flaky\]|\[Feature:.+\]`
// Run tests through the Ginkgo runner with output to console + JUnit for Jenkins
var r []ginkgo.Reporter
if framework.TestContext.ReportDir != "" {
// TODO: we should probably only be trying to create this directory once
// rather than once-per-Ginkgo-node.
if err := os.MkdirAll(framework.TestContext.ReportDir, 0755); err != nil {
klog.Errorf("Failed creating report directory: %v", err)
} else {
r = append(r, reporters.NewJUnitReporter(path.Join(framework.TestContext.ReportDir, fmt.Sprintf("junit_%v%02d.xml", framework.TestContext.ReportPrefix, config.GinkgoConfig.ParallelNode))))
klog.Infof("Starting e2e run %q on Ginkgo node %d", framework.RunId, config.GinkgoConfig.ParallelNode)
ginkgo.RunSpecsWithDefaultAndCustomReporters(t, "Kubernetes e2e suite", r)
// Run a test container to try and contact the Kubernetes api-server from a pod, wait for it
// to flip to Ready, log its output and delete it.
func runKubernetesServiceTestContainer(c clientset.Interface, ns string) {
path := "test/images/clusterapi-tester/pod.yaml"
framework.Logf("Parsing pod from %v", path)
p, err := manifest.PodFromManifest(path)
if err != nil {
framework.Logf("Failed to parse clusterapi-tester from manifest %v: %v", path, err)
p.Namespace = ns
if _, err := c.CoreV1().Pods(ns).Create(p); err != nil {
framework.Logf("Failed to create %v: %v", p.Name, err)
defer func() {
if err := c.CoreV1().Pods(ns).Delete(p.Name, nil); err != nil {
framework.Logf("Failed to delete pod %v: %v", p.Name, err)
timeout := 5 * time.Minute
if err := framework.WaitForPodCondition(c, ns, p.Name, "clusterapi-tester", timeout, testutils.PodRunningReady); err != nil {
framework.Logf("Pod %v took longer than %v to enter running/ready: %v", p.Name, timeout, err)
logs, err := framework.GetPodLogs(c, ns, p.Name, p.Spec.Containers[0].Name)
if err != nil {
framework.Logf("Failed to retrieve logs from %v: %v", p.Name, err)
} else {
framework.Logf("Output of clusterapi-tester:\n%v", logs)

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