fix_flaky_transfer_task_test.exs (#237)
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There were async calls happening, so they weren't always finished when assert happened.

I also fixed some bugs in the erratic tests that were introduced when removing :shout.:shout is a key where restart is needed, and was changed in the test to use :rate_limit (which also requires a restart). But there was a bug in the syntax that didn't get caught because the test was tagged as erratic and therefor didn't fail. Here I fixed it.

During compilation, we had a warning `:logger is used by the current application but the current application does not depend on :logger` which is now fixed as well (see commit message for complete stacktrace).

Co-authored-by: Ilja <ilja@ilja.space>
Reviewed-on: #237
Co-authored-by: ilja <akkoma.dev@ilja.space>
Co-committed-by: ilja <akkoma.dev@ilja.space>
pull/248/head
ilja 1 month ago committed by floatingghost
parent f1dfd76b98
commit be5044f785

@ -61,6 +61,12 @@ defmodule Restarter.Pleroma do
{:noreply, @init_state}
end
# Don't actually restart during tests.
# We just check if the correct call has been done.
# If we actually restart, we get errors during the tests like
# (RuntimeError) could not lookup Ecto repo Pleroma.Repo because it was not started or
# it does not exist
# See tests in Pleroma.Config.TransferTaskTest
def handle_cast({:restart, :test, _}, state) do
Logger.debug("pleroma manually restarted")
{:noreply, Map.put(state, :need_reboot, false)}
@ -74,6 +80,12 @@ defmodule Restarter.Pleroma do
def handle_cast({:after_boot, _}, %{after_boot: true} = state), do: {:noreply, state}
# Don't actually restart during tests.
# We just check if the correct call has been done.
# If we actually restart, we get errors during the tests like
# (RuntimeError) could not lookup Ecto repo Pleroma.Repo because it was not started or
# it does not exist
# See tests in Pleroma.Config.TransferTaskTest
def handle_cast({:after_boot, :test}, state) do
Logger.debug("pleroma restarted after boot")
state = %{state | after_boot: true, rebooted: true}

@ -13,7 +13,8 @@ defmodule Restarter.MixProject do
def application do
[
mod: {Restarter, []}
mod: {Restarter, []},
extra_applications: [:logger]
]
end

@ -119,44 +119,87 @@ defmodule Pleroma.Config.TransferTaskTest do
describe "pleroma restart" do
setup do
on_exit(fn -> Restarter.Pleroma.refresh() end)
on_exit(fn ->
Restarter.Pleroma.refresh()
# Restarter.Pleroma.refresh/0 is an asynchronous call.
# A GenServer will first finish the previous call before starting a new one.
# Here we do a synchronous call.
# That way we are sure that the previous call has finished before we continue.
# See https://stackoverflow.com/questions/51361856/how-to-use-task-await-with-genserver
Restarter.Pleroma.rebooted?()
end)
end
@tag :erratic
test "don't restart if no reboot time settings were changed" do
clear_config(:emoji)
insert(:config, key: :emoji, value: [groups: [a: 1, b: 2]])
refute String.contains?(
capture_log(fn -> TransferTask.start_link([]) end),
capture_log(fn ->
TransferTask.start_link([])
# TransferTask.start_link/1 is an asynchronous call.
# A GenServer will first finish the previous call before starting a new one.
# Here we do a synchronous call.
# That way we are sure that the previous call has finished before we continue.
Restarter.Pleroma.rebooted?()
end),
"pleroma restarted"
)
end
@tag :erratic
test "on reboot time key" do
clear_config([:pleroma, :rate_limit])
insert(:config, key: {:pleroma, :rate_limit}, value: [enabled: false])
assert capture_log(fn -> TransferTask.start_link([]) end) =~ "pleroma restarted"
clear_config(:rate_limit)
insert(:config, key: :rate_limit, value: [enabled: false])
# Note that we don't actually restart Pleroma.
# See module Restarter.Pleroma
assert capture_log(fn ->
TransferTask.start_link([])
# TransferTask.start_link/1 is an asynchronous call.
# A GenServer will first finish the previous call before starting a new one.
# Here we do a synchronous call.
# That way we are sure that the previous call has finished before we continue.
Restarter.Pleroma.rebooted?()
end) =~ "pleroma restarted"
end
@tag :erratic
test "on reboot time subkey" do
clear_config(Pleroma.Captcha)
insert(:config, key: Pleroma.Captcha, value: [seconds_valid: 60])
assert capture_log(fn -> TransferTask.start_link([]) end) =~ "pleroma restarted"
# Note that we don't actually restart Pleroma.
# See module Restarter.Pleroma
assert capture_log(fn ->
TransferTask.start_link([])
# TransferTask.start_link/1 is an asynchronous call.
# A GenServer will first finish the previous call before starting a new one.
# Here we do a synchronous call.
# That way we are sure that the previous call has finished before we continue.
Restarter.Pleroma.rebooted?()
end) =~ "pleroma restarted"
end
@tag :erratic
test "don't restart pleroma on reboot time key and subkey if there is false flag" do
clear_config([:pleroma, :rate_limit])
clear_config(:rate_limit)
clear_config(Pleroma.Captcha)
insert(:config, key: {:pleroma, :rate_limit}, value: [enabled: false])
insert(:config, key: :rate_limit, value: [enabled: false])
insert(:config, key: Pleroma.Captcha, value: [seconds_valid: 60])
refute String.contains?(
capture_log(fn -> TransferTask.load_and_update_env([], false) end),
capture_log(fn ->
TransferTask.load_and_update_env([], false)
# TransferTask.start_link/1 is an asynchronous call.
# A GenServer will first finish the previous call before starting a new one.
# Here we do a synchronous call.
# That way we are sure that the previous call has finished before we continue.
Restarter.Pleroma.rebooted?()
end),
"pleroma restarted"
)
end

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