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integration-tests/README.md

Integration Testing

To run integration tests, you have to specify the druid cluster the tests should use.

Druid comes with the mvn profile integration-tests for setting up druid running in docker containers, and using that cluster to run the integration tests.

To use a druid cluster that is already running, use the mvn profile int-tests-config-file, which uses a configuration file describing the cluster.

Integration Testing Using Docker

Before starting, if you don't already have docker on your machine, install it as described on Docker installation instructions. Ensure that you have at least 4GB of memory allocated to the docker engine. (You can verify it under Preferences > Advanced.)

Also set the DOCKER_IP environment variable to localhost on your system, as follows:

export DOCKER_IP=127.0.0.1

Running tests

To run all tests from a test group using docker and mvn run the following command: (list of test groups can be found at integration-tests/src/test/java/org/apache/druid/tests/TestNGGroup.java)

  mvn verify -P integration-tests -Dgroups=<test_group>

To run only a single test using mvn run the following command:

  mvn verify -P integration-tests -Dit.test=<test_name>

Add -rf :druid-integration-tests when running integration tests for the second time or later without changing the code of core modules in between to skip up-to-date checks for the whole module dependency tree.

Integration tests can also be run with either Java 8 or Java 11 by adding -Djvm.runtime=# to mvn command, where # can either be 8 or 11.

Druid's configuration (using Docker) can be overrided by providing -Doverride.config.path=<PATH_TO_FILE>. The file must contain one property per line, the key must start with druid_ and the format should be snake case.

Running Tests Using A Quickstart Cluster

When writing integration tests, it can be helpful to test against a quickstart cluster so that you can set up remote debugging with in your developer environment. This section walks you through setting up the integration tests so that it can run against a quickstart cluster running on your development machine.

Note that not all features run by default on a quickstart cluster, so it may not make sense to run the entire test suite against this configuration.

Make sure you have at least 6GB of memory available before you run the tests.

The tests rely on files in the test/resources folder to exist under the path /resources, so create a symlink to make them available

  ln -s ${DRUID_HOME}/integration-tests/src/test/resources /resources

Set the cluster config file environment variable to the quickstart config

  export CONFIG_FILE=${DRUID_HOME}/integration-tests/quickstart-it.json

Note that quickstart does not run with ssl, so to trick the integration tests we specify the *_tls_url in the config to be the same as the http url

Then run the tests using a command similar to

  mvn verify -P int-tests-config-file -Dit.test=<test_name>

Running Tests Using A Configuration File for Any Cluster

Make sure that you have at least 6GB of memory available before you run the tests.

To run tests on any druid cluster that is already running, create a configuration file:

{   
   "broker_host": "<broker_ip>",
   "broker_port": "<broker_port>",
   "router_host": "<router_ip>",
   "router_port": "<router_port>",
   "indexer_host": "<indexer_ip>",
   "indexer_port": "<indexer_port>",
   "coordinator_host": "<coordinator_ip>",
   "coordinator_port": "<coordinator_port>",
   "middlemanager_host": "<middle_manager_ip>",
   "zookeeper_hosts": "<comma-separated list of zookeeper_ip:zookeeper_port>",
   "cloud_bucket": "<(optional) cloud_bucket for test data if running cloud integration test>",
   "cloud_path": "<(optional) cloud_path for test data if running cloud integration test>",
}

Set the environment variable CONFIG_FILE to the name of the configuration file:

export CONFIG_FILE=<config file name>

To run all tests from a test group using mvn run the following command: (list of test groups can be found at integration-tests/src/test/java/org/apache/druid/tests/TestNGGroup.java)

  mvn verify -P int-tests-config-file -Dgroups=<test_group>

To run only a single test using mvn run the following command:

  mvn verify -P int-tests-config-file -Dit.test=<test_name>

Running a Test That Uses Cloud

The integration test that indexes from Cloud or uses Cloud as deep storage is not run as part of the integration test run discussed above. Running these tests requires the user to provide their own Cloud.

Currently, the integration test supports Google Cloud Storage, Amazon S3, and Microsoft Azure. These can be run by providing “gcs-deep-storage”, “s3-deep-storage”, or “azure-deep-storage” to -Dgroups for Google Cloud Storage, Amazon S3, and Microsoft Azure respectively. Note that only one group should be run per mvn command.

In addition to specifying the -Dgroups to mvn command, the following will need to be provided:

  1. Set the bucket and path for your test data. This can be done by setting -Ddruid.test.config.cloudBucket and -Ddruid.test.config.cloudPath in the mvn command or setting “cloud_bucket” and “cloud_path” in the config file.
  2. Copy wikipedia_index_data1.json, wikipedia_index_data2.json, and wikipedia_index_data3.json located in integration-tests/src/test/resources/data/batch_index to your Cloud storage at the location set in step 1.
  3. Provide -Doverride.config.path=<PATH_TO_FILE> with your Cloud credentials/configs set. See integration-tests/docker/environment-configs/override-examples/ directory for env vars to provide for each Cloud storage.

For running Google Cloud Storage, in addition to the above, you will also have to:

  1. Provide -Dresource.file.dir.path=<PATH_TO_FOLDER> with folder that contains GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS file

For example, to run integration test for Google Cloud Storage:

  mvn verify -P integration-tests -Dgroups=gcs-deep-storage -Doverride.config.path=<PATH_TO_FILE> -Dresource.file.dir.path=<PATH_TO_FOLDER> -Ddruid.test.config.cloudBucket=test-bucket -Ddruid.test.config.cloudPath=test-data-folder/

Running a Test That Uses Hadoop

The integration test that indexes from hadoop is not run as part of the integration test run discussed above. This is because druid test clusters might not, in general, have access to hadoop. This also applies to integration test that uses Hadoop HDFS as an inputSource or as a deep storage. To run integration test that uses Hadoop, you will have to run a Hadoop cluster. This can be done in two ways:

  1. Run your own Druid + Haddop cluster and specified Hadoop configs in the configuration file (CONFIG_FILE).
  2. Run Druid Docker test clusters with Hadoop container by passing -Dstart.hadoop.docker=true to the mvn command.

Currently, hdfs-deep-storage and other -deep-storage integration test groups can only be run with Druid Docker test clusters by passing -Dstart.hadoop.docker=true to start Hadoop container. You will also have to provide -Doverride.config.path=<PATH_TO_FILE> with your Druid‘s Hadoop configs set. See integration-tests/docker/environment-configs/override-examples/hdfs directory for example. Note that if the integration test you are running also uses other cloud extension (S3, Azure, GCS), additional credentials/configs may need to be set in the same file as your Druid’s Hadoop configs set.

Currently, ITHadoopIndexTest can only be run with your own Druid + Haddop cluster by following the below steps: Create a directory called batchHadoop1 in the hadoop file system (anywhere you want) and put batch_hadoop.data (integration-tests/src/test/resources/hadoop/batch_hadoop.data) into that directory (as its only file).

Add this keyword to the configuration file (see above):

    "hadoopTestDir": "<name_of_dir_containing_batchHadoop1>"

Run the test using mvn:

  mvn verify -P int-tests-config-file -Dit.test=ITHadoopIndexTest

In some test environments, the machine where the tests need to be executed cannot access the outside internet, so mvn cannot be run. In that case, do the following instead of running the tests using mvn:

Compile druid and the integration tests

On a machine that can do mvn builds:

cd druid 
mvn clean package
cd integration_tests 
mvn dependency:copy-dependencies package

Put the compiled test code into your test cluster

Copy the integration-tests directory to the test cluster.

Set CLASSPATH

TDIR=<directory containing integration-tests>/target
VER=<version of druid you built>
export CLASSPATH=$TDIR/dependency/*:$TDIR/druid-integration-tests-$VER.jar:$TDIR/druid-integration-tests-$VER-tests.jar

Run the test

java -Duser.timezone=UTC -Dfile.encoding=UTF-8 -Ddruid.test.config.type=configFile -Ddruid.test.config.configFile=<pathname of configuration file> org.testng.TestNG -testrunfactory org.testng.DruidTestRunnerFactory -testclass org.apache.druid.tests.hadoop.ITHadoopIndexTest

Writing a New Test

What should we cover in integration tests

For every end-user functionality provided by druid we should have an integration-test verifying the correctness.

Rules to be followed while writing a new integration test

Every Integration Test must follow these rules:

  1. Name of the test must start with a prefix “IT”
  2. A test should be independent of other tests
  3. Tests are to be written in TestNG style (http://testng.org/doc/documentation-main.html#methods)
  4. If a test loads some data it is the responsibility of the test to clean up the data from the cluster

How to use Guice Dependency Injection in a test

A test can access different helper and utility classes provided by test-framework in order to access Coordinator,Broker etc.. To mark a test be able to use Guice Dependency Injection - Annotate the test class with the below annotation

 @Guice(moduleFactory = DruidTestModuleFactory.class)

This will tell the test framework that the test class needs to be constructed using guice.

Helper Classes provided

  1. IntegrationTestingConfig - configuration of the test
  2. CoordinatorResourceTestClient - httpclient for coordinator endpoints
  3. OverlordResourceTestClient - httpclient for indexer endpoints
  4. QueryResourceTestClient - httpclient for broker endpoints

Static Utility classes

  1. RetryUtil - provides methods to retry an operation until it succeeds for configurable no. of times
  2. FromFileTestQueryHelper - reads queries with expected results from file and executes them and verifies the results using ResultVerifier

Refer ITIndexerTest as an example on how to use dependency Injection