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#!/bin/sh
# Copyright (C) 2012  Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. ("ISC")
#
# Permission to use, copy, modify, and/or distribute this software for any
# purpose with or without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above
# copyright notice and this permission notice appear in all copies.
#
# THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND ISC DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES WITH
# REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
# AND FITNESS.  IN NO EVENT SHALL ISC BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, DIRECT,
# INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM
# LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE
# OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR
# PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.

# Checks that the logger will limit the output of messages less severe than
# the severity/debug setting.

testname="Database Upgrade Test"
echo $testname

failcount=0
tempfile=@abs_builddir@/dbutil_test_tempfile_$$
backupfile=${tempfile}.backup
testdata=@abs_srcdir@/testdata
verfile=@abs_builddir@/dbutil_test_verfile_$$

# @brief Record a success
succeed() {
    echo "--- PASS"
}


# @brief Record a fail
#
# @param $1 Optional additional reason to output
fail() {
    if [ "x$1" != "x" ]
    then
        echo "ERROR: $1"
    fi
    echo "*** FAIL"
    failcount=`expr $failcount + 1`
}


# @brief Record a pass if the argument is zero
#
# @param $1 Value to test
passzero() {
    if [ $1 -eq 0 ]; then
        succeed
    else
        fail
    fi
}


# @brief Record a fail if the argument is non-zero
#
# @param $1 Value to test
failzero() {
    if [ $1 -ne 0 ]; then
        succeed
    else
        fail
    fi
}


# @brief Check backup file
#
# Record a failure if the backup file does not exist or if it is different
# to the data file. (N.B. No success is recorded if they are the same.)
#
# @param $1 Source database file
# @param $2 Backup file
check_backup() {
    if [ ! -e $1 ]
    then
        fail "database file $1 not found"

    elif [ ! -e $2 ]
    then
        fail "backup file $2 not found"

    else
        diff $1 $2 > /dev/null
        if [ $? -ne 0 ]
        then
            fail "database file $1 different to backup file $2"
        fi
    fi
}


# @brief Check No Backup File
#
# Record a failure if the backup file exists.  (N.B. No success is recorded if
# it does not.)
#
# @param $1 Source database file (unused, present for symmetry)
# @param $2 Backup file
check_no_backup() {
    if [ -e $2 ]
    then
        fail "backup of database $2 exists when it should not"
    fi
}


# @brief Get Database Schema
#
# As the schema stored in the database is format-dependent - how it is printed
# depends on how the commands were entered (on one line, split across two
# lines etc.) - comparing schema is awkward.
#
# The function sets the local variable db_schema to the output of the
# .schema command, with spaces removed and upper converted to lowercase.
#
# The database is copied before the schema is taken (and removed after)
# as SQLite3 assummes a writeable database, which may not be the case if
# getting the schema from a reference copy.
#
# @param $1 Database for which the schema is required
get_schema() {
    db1=@abs_builddir@/dbutil_test_schema_$$
    cp $1 $db1

    db_schema=`sqlite3 $db1 '.schema' | \
               awk '{line = line $0} END {print line}' | \
               sed -e 's/ //g' | \
               tr [:upper:] [:lower:]`
    rm -f $db1
}


# @brief Successful Schema Upgrade Test
#
# This test is done where the upgrade is expected to be successful - when
# the end result of the test is that the test database is upgraded to a
# database of the expected schema.
#
# Note: the caller must ensure that $tempfile and $backupfile do not exist
#       on entry, and is responsible for removing them afterwards.
#
# @param $1 Database to upgrade
upgrade_ok_test() {
    cp $1 $tempfile
    ../b10-dbutil --upgrade --noconfirm $tempfile
    if [ $? -eq 0 ]
    then
        # Compare schema with the reference
        get_schema $testdata/v2_0.sqlite3
        expected_schema=$db_schema
        get_schema $tempfile
        actual_schema=$db_schema
        if [ x$expected_schema = x$actual_schema ]
        then
            succeed
        else
            fail "upgraded schema not as expected"
        fi

        # and check the version is set correctly
        check_version $tempfile "V2.0"
    else
        # Error should have been output already
        fail
    fi
}


# @brief Record Count Test
#
# Checks that the count of records in each table is preserved in the upgrade.
#
# Note 1: This test assumes that the "diffs" table is present.
# Note 2: The caller must ensure that $tempfile and $backupfile do not exist
#         on entry, and is responsible for removing them afterwards.
#
# @brief $1 Database to upgrade
record_count_test() {
    cp $1 $tempfile

    diffs_count=`sqlite3 $tempfile 'select count(*) from diffs'`
    nsec3_count=`sqlite3 $tempfile 'select count(*) from nsec3'`
    records_count=`sqlite3 $tempfile 'select count(*) from records'`
    zones_count=`sqlite3 $tempfile 'select count(*) from zones'`

    ../b10-dbutil --upgrade --noconfirm $tempfile
    if [ $? -ne 0 ]
    then
        # Reason for failure should already have been output
        fail
    else
        new_diffs_count=`sqlite3 $tempfile 'select count(*) from diffs'`
        new_nsec3_count=`sqlite3 $tempfile 'select count(*) from nsec3'`
        new_records_count=`sqlite3 $tempfile 'select count(*) from records'`
        new_zones_count=`sqlite3 $tempfile 'select count(*) from zones'`

        if [ $diffs_count -ne $new_diffs_count ]
        then
            fail "diffs table was not completely copied"
        fi

        if [ $nsec3_count -ne $new_nsec3_count ]
        then
            fail "nsec3 table was not completely copied"
        fi

        if [ $records_count -ne $new_records_count ]
        then
            fail "records table was not completely copied"
        fi

        if [ $zones_count -ne $new_zones_count ]
        then
            fail "zones table was not completely copied"
        fi

        # As an extra check, test that the backup was successful
        check_backup $1 $backupfile
    fi
}


# @brief Version Check
#
# Checks that the database is at the specified version (and so checks the
# --check function).  On success, a pass is recorded.
#
# @param $1 Database to check
# @param $2 Expected version string
check_version() {
    cp $1 $verfile
    ../b10-dbutil --check $verfile
    if [ $? -ne 0 ]
    then
        fail "version check failed on database $1"
    else
        ../b10-dbutil --check $verfile | grep "$2"
        if [ $? -ne 0 ]
        then
            fail "database $1 not at expected version $2"
        else
            succeed
        fi
    fi
    rm -f $verfile
}


# Main test sequence

rm -f $tempfile $backupfile

# Test 1 - check that the utility fails if the database does not exist
echo "1.1. Non-existent database - check"
../b10-dbutil --check $tempfile
failzero $?
check_no_backup $tempfile $backupfile

echo "1.2. Non-existent database - upgrade"
../b10-dbutil --upgrade --noconfirm $tempfile
failzero $?
check_no_backup $tempfile $backupfile
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile


# Test 2 - should fail to check an empty file and fail to upgrade it
echo "2.1. Database is an empty file - check"
touch $tempfile
../b10-dbutil --check $tempfile
failzero $?
check_no_backup $tempfile $backupfile
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile

echo "2.2. Database is an empty file - upgrade"
touch $tempfile
../b10-dbutil --upgrade --noconfirm $tempfile
failzero $?
# A backup is performed before anything else, so the backup should exist.
check_backup $tempfile $backupfile
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile


echo "3.1. Database is not an SQLite file - check"
echo "This is not an sqlite3 database" > $tempfile
../b10-dbutil --check $tempfile 
failzero $?
check_no_backup $tempfile $backupfile

echo "3.2. Database is not an SQLite file - upgrade"
../b10-dbutil --upgrade --noconfirm $tempfile 
failzero $?
# ...and as before, a backup should have been created
check_backup $tempfile $backupfile
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile


echo "4.1. Database is an SQLite3 file without the schema table - check"
cp $testdata/no_schema.sqlite3 $tempfile
../b10-dbutil --check $tempfile
failzero $?
check_no_backup $tempfile $backupfile
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile

echo "4.1. Database is an SQLite3 file without the schema table - upgrade"
cp $testdata/no_schema.sqlite3 $tempfile
../b10-dbutil --upgrade --noconfirm $tempfile
failzero $?
check_backup $testdata/no_schema.sqlite3 $backupfile
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile


echo "5.1. Database is an old V1 database - check"
check_version $testdata/old_v1.sqlite3 "V1.0"
check_no_backup $tempfile $backupfile
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile

echo "5.2. Database is an old V1 database - upgrade"
upgrade_ok_test $testdata/old_v1.sqlite3
check_backup $testdata/old_v1.sqlite3 $backupfile
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile


echo "6.1. Database is new V1 database - check"
check_version $testdata/new_v1.sqlite3 "V1.0"
check_no_backup $tempfile $backupfile
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile

echo "6.2. Database is a new V1 database - upgrade"
upgrade_ok_test $testdata/new_v1.sqlite3
check_backup $testdata/new_v1.sqlite3 $backupfile
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile


echo "7.1. Database is V2.0 database - check"
check_version $testdata/v2_0.sqlite3 "V2.0"
check_no_backup $tempfile $backupfile
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile

echo "7.2. Database is a V2.0 database - upgrade"
upgrade_ok_test $testdata/v2_0.sqlite3
check_backup $testdata/v2_0.sqlite3 $backupfile
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile


echo "8. Record count test"
record_count_test testdata/new_v1.sqlite3
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile


echo "9. Backup file already exists"
touch $backupfile
touch ${backupfile}-1
upgrade_ok_test $testdata/v2_0.sqlite3
check_backup $testdata/v2_0.sqlite3 ${backupfile}-2
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile ${backupfile}-1 ${backupfile}-2


echo "10.1 Incompatible flags"
cp $testdata/old_v1.sqlite3 $tempfile
../b10-util --upgrade --check $tempfile
failzero $?
../b10-util --upgrade --check $tempfile
failzero $?
../b10-util --noconfirm --check $tempfile
failzero $?
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile

echo "10.2 verbose flag"
cp $testdata/old_v1.sqlite3 $tempfile
../b10-dbutil --upgrade --noconfirm --verbose $tempfile
passzero $?
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile

echo "10.3 Interactive prompt - yes"
cp $testdata/old_v1.sqlite3 $tempfile
../b10-dbutil --upgrade $tempfile << .
Yes
.
passzero $?
check_version $tempfile "V2.0"
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile

echo "10.4 Interactive prompt - no"
cp $testdata/old_v1.sqlite3 $tempfile
../b10-dbutil --upgrade $tempfile << .
no
.
passzero $?
diff $testdata/old_v1.sqlite3 $tempfile > /dev/null
passzero $?
rm -f $tempfile $backupfile


# Report the result
if [ $failcount -eq 0 ]; then
    echo "PASS: $testname"
elif [ $failcount -eq 1 ]; then
    echo "FAIL: $testname - 1 test failed"
else
    echo "FAIL: $testname - $failcount tests failed"
fi

# Exit with appropriate error status
exit $failcount