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#!/usr/bin/env python
#
# auto-deploy script for https://riot.im/develop
#
# Listens for HTTP hits. When it gets one, downloads the artifact from jenkins
# and deploys it as the new version.
#
# Requires the following python packages:
#
# - requests
# - flask
#
from __future__ import print_function
import json, requests, tarfile, argparse, os, errno
import time
from urlparse import urljoin
from flask import Flask, jsonify, request, abort
from deploy import Deployer, DeployException
app = Flask(__name__)
arg_jenkins_url = None
deployer = None
arg_extract_path = None
arg_symlink = None
def create_symlink(source, linkname):
try:
os.symlink(source, linkname)
except OSError, e:
if e.errno == errno.EEXIST:
# atomic modification
os.symlink(source, linkname + ".tmp")
os.rename(linkname + ".tmp", linkname)
else:
raise e
@app.route("/", methods=["POST"])
def on_receive_jenkins_poke():
# {
# "name": "VectorWebDevelop",
# "build": {
# "number": 8
# }
# }
incoming_json = request.get_json()
if not incoming_json:
abort(400, "No JSON provided!")
return
print("Incoming JSON: %s" % (incoming_json,))
job_name = incoming_json.get("name")
if not isinstance(job_name, basestring):
abort(400, "Bad job name: %s" % (job_name,))
return
build_num = incoming_json.get("build", {}).get("number", 0)
if not build_num or build_num <= 0 or not isinstance(build_num, int):
abort(400, "Missing or bad build number")
return
return fetch_jenkins_build(job_name, build_num)
def fetch_jenkins_build(job_name, build_num):
artifact_url = urljoin(
arg_jenkins_url, "job/%s/%s/api/json" % (job_name, build_num)
)
artifact_response = requests.get(artifact_url).json()
# {
# "actions": [],
# "artifacts": [
# {
# "displayPath": "vector-043f6991a4ed-react-20f77d1224ef-js-0a7efe3e8bd5.tar.gz",
# "fileName": "vector-043f6991a4ed-react-20f77d1224ef-js-0a7efe3e8bd5.tar.gz",
# "relativePath": "vector-043f6991a4ed-react-20f77d1224ef-js-0a7efe3e8bd5.tar.gz"
# }
# ],
# "building": false,
# "description": null,
# "displayName": "#11",
# "duration": 137976,
# "estimatedDuration": 132008,
# "executor": null,
# "fullDisplayName": "VectorWebDevelop #11",
# "id": "11",
# "keepLog": false,
# "number": 11,
# "queueId": 12254,
# "result": "SUCCESS",
# "timestamp": 1454432640079,
# "url": "http://matrix.org/jenkins/job/VectorWebDevelop/11/",
# "builtOn": "",
# "changeSet": {},
# "culprits": []
# }
if artifact_response.get("result") != "SUCCESS":
abort(404, "Not deploying. Build was not marked as SUCCESS.")
return
if len(artifact_response.get("artifacts", [])) != 1:
abort(404, "Not deploying. Build has an unexpected number of artifacts.")
return
tar_gz_path = artifact_response["artifacts"][0]["relativePath"]
if not tar_gz_path.endswith(".tar.gz"):
abort(404, "Not deploying. Artifact is not a .tar.gz file")
return
tar_gz_url = urljoin(
arg_jenkins_url, "job/%s/%s/artifact/%s" % (job_name, build_num, tar_gz_path)
)
# we extract into a directory based on the build number. This avoids the
# problem of multiple builds building the same git version and thus having
# the same tarball name. That would lead to two potential problems:
# (a) sometimes jenkins serves corrupted artifacts; we would replace
# a good deploy with a bad one
# (b) we'll be overwriting the live deployment, which means people might
# see half-written files.
build_dir = os.path.join(arg_extract_path, "%s-#%s" % (job_name, build_num))
try:
extracted_dir = deploy_tarball(tar_gz_url, build_dir)
except DeployException as e:
abort(400, e.message)
create_symlink(source=extracted_dir, linkname=arg_symlink)
return jsonify({})
def deploy_tarball(tar_gz_url, build_dir):
"""Download a tarball from jenkins and unpack it
Returns:
(str) the path to the unpacked deployment
"""
if os.path.exists(build_dir):
raise DeployException(
"Not deploying. We have previously deployed this build."
)
os.mkdir(build_dir)
# we rely on the fact that flask only serves one request at a time to
# ensure that we do not overwrite a tarball from a concurrent request.
return deployer.deploy(tar_gz_url, build_dir)
if __name__ == "__main__":
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser("Runs a Vector redeployment server.")
parser.add_argument(
"-j", "--jenkins", dest="jenkins", default="https://matrix.org/jenkins/", help=(
"The base URL of the Jenkins web server. This will be hit to get the\
built artifacts (the .gz file) for redeploying."
)
)
parser.add_argument(
"-p", "--port", dest="port", default=4000, type=int, help=(
"The port to listen on for requests from Jenkins."
)
)
parser.add_argument(
"-e", "--extract", dest="extract", default="./extracted", help=(
"The location to extract .tar.gz files to."
)
)
parser.add_argument(
"-b", "--bundles-dir", dest="bundles_dir", help=(
"A directory to move the contents of the 'bundles' directory to. A \
symlink to the bundles directory will also be written inside the \
extracted tarball. Example: './bundles'."
)
)
parser.add_argument(
"-c", "--clean", dest="clean", action="store_true", default=False, help=(
"Remove .tar.gz files after they have been downloaded and extracted."
)
)
parser.add_argument(
"-s", "--symlink", dest="symlink", default="./latest", help=(
"Write a symlink to this location pointing to the extracted tarball. \
New builds will keep overwriting this symlink. The symlink will point \
to the /vector directory INSIDE the tarball."
)
)
parser.add_argument(
"--config", dest="config", help=(
"Write a symlink to config.json in the extracted tarball. \
To this location."
)
)
parser.add_argument(
"--test", dest="tarball_uri", help=(
"Don't start an HTTP listener. Instead download a build from Jenkins \
immediately."
),
)
args = parser.parse_args()
if args.jenkins.endswith("/"): # important for urljoin
arg_jenkins_url = args.jenkins
else:
arg_jenkins_url = args.jenkins + "/"
arg_extract_path = args.extract
arg_symlink = args.symlink
if not os.path.isdir(arg_extract_path):
os.mkdir(arg_extract_path)
deployer = Deployer()
deployer.bundles_path = args.bundles_dir
deployer.should_clean = args.clean
deployer.config_location = args.config
# we don't pgp-sign jenkins artifacts; instead we rely on HTTPS access to
# the jenkins server (and the jenkins server not being compromised and/or
# github not serving it compromised source). If that's not good enough for
# you, don't use riot.im/develop.
deployer.verify_signature = False
if args.tarball_uri is not None:
build_dir = os.path.join(arg_extract_path, "test-%i" % (time.time()))
deploy_tarball(args.tarball_uri, build_dir)
else:
print(
"Listening on port %s. Extracting to %s%s. Symlinking to %s. Jenkins URL: %s. Config location: %s" %
(args.port,
arg_extract_path,
" (clean after)" if deployer.should_clean else "",
arg_symlink,
arg_jenkins_url,
deployer.config_location,
)
)
app.run(host="0.0.0.0", port=args.port, debug=True)