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import httplib
import logging
import os
import pexpect
import pytest
import re
import signal
import socket
import sys
import threading
from time import sleep
from contextlib import closing
# This import is the actual ImpalaShell class from impala_shell.py.
# We rename it to ImpalaShellClass here because we later import another
# class called ImpalaShell from tests/shell/util.py, and we don't want
# to mask it.
from shell.impala_shell import ImpalaShell as ImpalaShellClass
from tempfile import NamedTemporaryFile
from tests.common.impala_service import ImpaladService
from tests.common.impala_test_suite import ImpalaTestSuite
from tests.common.skip import SkipIfLocal
from tests.common.test_dimensions import create_client_protocol_dimension
from util import (assert_var_substitution, ImpalaShell, get_impalad_port, get_shell_cmd,
get_open_sessions_metric, IMPALA_SHELL_EXECUTABLE)
import SimpleHTTPServer
import SocketServer
QUERY_FILE_PATH = os.path.join(os.environ['IMPALA_HOME'], 'tests', 'shell')
# Regex to match the interactive shell prompt that is expected after each command.
# Examples: hostname:21000, hostname:21050, hostname:28000
PROMPT_REGEX = r'\[[^:]+:2(1|8)0[0-9][0-9]\]'
LOG = logging.getLogger('test_shell_interactive')
@pytest.fixture
def tmp_history_file(request):
"""
Test fixture which uses a temporary file as the path for the shell
history.
"""
tmp = NamedTemporaryFile()
old_path = os.environ.get('IMPALA_HISTFILE')
os.environ['IMPALA_HISTFILE'] = tmp.name
def cleanup():
if old_path is not None:
os.environ['IMPALA_HISTFILE'] = old_path
else:
del os.environ['IMPALA_HISTFILE']
request.addfinalizer(cleanup)
return tmp.name
class UnavailableRequestHandler(SimpleHTTPServer.SimpleHTTPRequestHandler):
"""An HTTP server that always returns 503"""
def do_POST(self):
self.send_response(code=httplib.SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE, message="Service Unavailable")
def get_unused_port():
""" Find an unused port http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1365265 """
with closing(socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)) as s:
s.bind(('', 0))
s.setsockopt(socket.SOL_SOCKET, socket.SO_REUSEADDR, 1)
return s.getsockname()[1]
class TestImpalaShellInteractive(ImpalaTestSuite):
"""Test the impala shell interactively"""
@classmethod
def get_workload(self):
return 'functional-query'
@classmethod
def add_test_dimensions(cls):
# Run with both beeswax and HS2 to ensure that behaviour is the same.
cls.ImpalaTestMatrix.add_dimension(create_client_protocol_dimension())
def _expect_with_cmd(self, proc, cmd, vector, expectations=(), db="default"):
"""Executes a command on the expect process instance and verifies a set of
assertions defined by the expectations."""
proc.sendline(cmd + ";")
proc.expect(":{0}] {1}>".format(get_impalad_port(vector), db))
if not expectations: return
for e in expectations:
assert e in proc.before
def _wait_for_num_open_sessions(self, vector, impala_service, expected, err):
"""Helper method to wait for the number of open sessions to reach 'expected'."""
metric_name = get_open_sessions_metric(vector)
try:
actual = impala_service.wait_for_metric_value(metric_name, expected)
except AssertionError:
LOG.exception("Error: " % err)
raise
assert actual == expected, err
def test_local_shell_options(self, vector):
"""Test that setting the local shell options works"""
shell_cmd = get_shell_cmd(vector)
proc = pexpect.spawn(shell_cmd[0], shell_cmd[1:])
proc.expect(":{0}] default>".format(get_impalad_port(vector)))
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "set", vector,
("LIVE_PROGRESS: False", "LIVE_SUMMARY: False"))
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "set live_progress=true", vector)
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "set", vector,
("LIVE_PROGRESS: True", "LIVE_SUMMARY: False"))
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "set live_summary=1", vector)
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "set", vector,
("LIVE_PROGRESS: True", "LIVE_SUMMARY: True"))
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "set", vector,
("WRITE_DELIMITED: False", "VERBOSE: True"))
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "set", vector,
("DELIMITER: \\t", "OUTPUT_FILE: None"))
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "set write_delimited=true", vector)
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "set", vector, ("WRITE_DELIMITED: True", "VERBOSE: True"))
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "set DELIMITER=,", vector)
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "set", vector, ("DELIMITER: ,", "OUTPUT_FILE: None"))
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "set output_file=/tmp/clmn.txt", vector)
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "set", vector,
("DELIMITER: ,", "OUTPUT_FILE: /tmp/clmn.txt"))
proc.sendeof()
proc.wait()
@pytest.mark.execute_serially
def test_write_delimited(self, vector):
"""Test output rows in delimited mode"""
p = ImpalaShell(vector)
p.send_cmd("use tpch")
p.send_cmd("set write_delimited=true")
p.send_cmd("select * from nation")
result = p.get_result()
assert "+----------------+" not in result.stdout
assert "21\tVIETNAM\t2" in result.stdout
@pytest.mark.execute_serially
def test_change_delimiter(self, vector):
"""Test change output delimiter if delimited mode is enabled"""
p = ImpalaShell(vector)
p.send_cmd("use tpch")
p.send_cmd("set write_delimited=true")
p.send_cmd("set delimiter=,")
p.send_cmd("select * from nation")
result = p.get_result()
assert "21,VIETNAM,2" in result.stdout
@pytest.mark.execute_serially
def test_print_to_file(self, vector):
"""Test print to output file and unset"""
# test print to file
p1 = ImpalaShell(vector)
p1.send_cmd("use tpch")
local_file = NamedTemporaryFile(delete=True)
p1.send_cmd("set output_file=%s" % local_file.name)
p1.send_cmd("select * from nation")
result = p1.get_result()
assert "VIETNAM" not in result.stdout
with open(local_file.name, "r") as fi:
# check if the results were written to the file successfully
result = fi.read()
assert "VIETNAM" in result
# test unset to print back to stdout
p2 = ImpalaShell(vector)
p2.send_cmd("use tpch")
p2.send_cmd("set output_file=%s" % local_file.name)
p2.send_cmd("unset output_file")
p2.send_cmd("select * from nation")
result = p2.get_result()
assert "VIETNAM" in result.stdout
def test_compute_stats_with_live_progress_options(self, vector, unique_database):
"""Test that setting LIVE_PROGRESS options won't cause COMPUTE STATS query fail"""
p = ImpalaShell(vector)
p.send_cmd("set live_progress=True")
p.send_cmd("set live_summary=True")
table = "{0}.live_progress_option".format(unique_database)
p.send_cmd('create table {0}(col int);'.format(table))
try:
p.send_cmd('compute stats {0};'.format(table))
finally:
p.send_cmd('drop table if exists {0};'.format(table))
result = p.get_result()
assert "Updated 1 partition(s) and 1 column(s)" in result.stdout
def test_escaped_quotes(self, vector):
"""Test escaping quotes"""
# test escaped quotes outside of quotes
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "select \\'bc';")
assert "Unexpected character" in result.stderr
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "select \\\"bc\";")
assert "Unexpected character" in result.stderr
# test escaped quotes within quotes
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "select 'ab\\'c';")
assert "Fetched 1 row(s)" in result.stderr
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "select \"ab\\\"c\";")
assert "Fetched 1 row(s)" in result.stderr
@pytest.mark.execute_serially
def test_cancellation(self, vector):
impalad = ImpaladService(socket.getfqdn())
assert impalad.wait_for_num_in_flight_queries(0)
command = "select sleep(10000);"
p = ImpalaShell(vector)
p.send_cmd(command)
sleep(3)
os.kill(p.pid(), signal.SIGINT)
result = p.get_result()
assert "Cancelled" not in result.stderr
assert impalad.wait_for_num_in_flight_queries(0)
p = ImpalaShell(vector)
sleep(3)
os.kill(p.pid(), signal.SIGINT)
result = p.get_result()
assert "^C" in result.stderr
def test_unicode_input(self, vector):
"Test queries containing non-ascii input"
# test a unicode query spanning multiple lines
unicode_text = u'\ufffd'
args = "select '%s'\n;" % unicode_text.encode('utf-8')
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, args)
assert "Fetched 1 row(s)" in result.stderr
def test_welcome_string(self, vector):
"""Test that the shell's welcome message is only printed once
when the shell is started. Ensure it is not reprinted on errors.
Regression test for IMPALA-1153
"""
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, 'asdf;')
assert result.stdout.count("Welcome to the Impala shell") == 1
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, 'select * from non_existent_table;')
assert result.stdout.count("Welcome to the Impala shell") == 1
def test_disconnected_shell(self, vector):
"""Test that the shell presents a disconnected prompt if it can't connect
"""
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, 'asdf;', shell_args=['-ifoo'],
wait_until_connected=False)
assert ImpalaShellClass.DISCONNECTED_PROMPT in result.stdout, result.stderr
def test_quit_no_reconnect(self, vector):
"""Test that a disconnected shell does not try to reconnect if quitting"""
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, 'quit;', shell_args=['-ifoo'],
wait_until_connected=False)
assert "reconnect" not in result.stderr
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, 'exit;', shell_args=['-ifoo'],
wait_until_connected=False)
assert "reconnect" not in result.stderr
# Null case: This is not quitting, so it will result in an attempt to reconnect.
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, 'show tables;', shell_args=['-ifoo'],
wait_until_connected=False)
assert "reconnect" in result.stderr
def test_bash_cmd_timing(self, vector):
"""Test existence of time output in bash commands run from shell"""
args = ["! ls;"]
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, args)
assert "Executed in" in result.stderr
@SkipIfLocal.multiple_impalad
@pytest.mark.execute_serially
def test_reconnect(self, vector):
"""Regression Test for IMPALA-1235
Verifies that a connect command by the user is honoured.
"""
try:
# Disconnect existing clients so there are no open sessions.
self.close_impala_clients()
hostname = socket.getfqdn()
initial_impala_service = ImpaladService(hostname)
target_impala_service = ImpaladService(hostname, webserver_port=25001,
beeswax_port=21001, be_port=22001, hs2_port=21051, hs2_http_port=28001)
protocol = vector.get_value("protocol").lower()
if protocol == "hs2":
target_port = 21051
elif protocol == "hs2-http":
target_port = 28001
else:
assert protocol == "beeswax"
target_port = 21001
# This test is running serially, so there shouldn't be any open sessions, but wait
# here in case a session from a previous test hasn't been fully closed yet.
self._wait_for_num_open_sessions(vector, initial_impala_service, 0,
"first impalad should not have any remaining open sessions.")
self._wait_for_num_open_sessions(vector, target_impala_service, 0,
"second impalad should not have any remaining open sessions.")
# Connect to the first impalad
p = ImpalaShell(vector)
# Make sure we're connected <hostname>:<port>
self._wait_for_num_open_sessions(vector, initial_impala_service, 1,
"Not connected to %s:%d" % (hostname, get_impalad_port(vector)))
p.send_cmd("connect %s:%d" % (hostname, target_port))
# The number of sessions on the target impalad should have been incremented.
self._wait_for_num_open_sessions(vector,
target_impala_service, 1, "Not connected to %s:%d" % (hostname, target_port))
assert "[%s:%d] default>" % (hostname, target_port) in p.get_result().stdout
# The number of sessions on the initial impalad should have been decremented.
self._wait_for_num_open_sessions(vector, initial_impala_service, 0,
"Connection to %s:%d should have been closed" % (
hostname, get_impalad_port(vector)))
finally:
self.create_impala_clients()
@pytest.mark.execute_serially
def test_ddl_queries_are_closed(self, vector):
"""Regression test for IMPALA-1317
The shell does not call close() for alter, use and drop queries, leaving them in
flight. This test issues those queries in interactive mode, and checks the debug
webpage to confirm that they've been closed.
TODO: Add every statement type.
"""
# Disconnect existing clients so there are no open sessions.
self.close_impala_clients()
TMP_DB = 'inflight_test_db'
TMP_TBL = 'tmp_tbl'
MSG = '%s query should be closed'
NUM_QUERIES = 'impala-server.num-queries'
impalad = ImpaladService(socket.getfqdn())
self._wait_for_num_open_sessions(vector, impalad, 0,
"Open sessions found after closing all clients.")
p = ImpalaShell(vector)
try:
start_num_queries = impalad.get_metric_value(NUM_QUERIES)
p.send_cmd('create database if not exists %s' % TMP_DB)
p.send_cmd('use %s' % TMP_DB)
impalad.wait_for_metric_value(NUM_QUERIES, start_num_queries + 2)
assert impalad.wait_for_num_in_flight_queries(0), MSG % 'use'
p.send_cmd('create table %s(i int)' % TMP_TBL)
p.send_cmd('alter table %s add columns (j int)' % TMP_TBL)
impalad.wait_for_metric_value(NUM_QUERIES, start_num_queries + 4)
assert impalad.wait_for_num_in_flight_queries(0), MSG % 'alter'
p.send_cmd('drop table %s' % TMP_TBL)
impalad.wait_for_metric_value(NUM_QUERIES, start_num_queries + 5)
assert impalad.wait_for_num_in_flight_queries(0), MSG % 'drop'
finally:
# get_result() must be called to exit the shell.
p.get_result()
self._wait_for_num_open_sessions(vector, impalad, 0,
"shell should close sessions.")
run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "drop table if exists %s.%s;" % (
TMP_DB, TMP_TBL))
run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "drop database if exists foo;")
self.create_impala_clients()
def test_multiline_queries_in_history(self, vector, tmp_history_file):
"""Test to ensure that multiline queries with comments are preserved in history
Ensure that multiline queries are preserved when they're read back from history.
Additionally, also test that comments are preserved.
"""
# readline gets its input from tty, so using stdin does not work.
shell_cmd = get_shell_cmd(vector)
child_proc = pexpect.spawn(shell_cmd[0], shell_cmd[1:])
# List of (input query, expected text in output).
# The expected output is usually the same as the input with a number prefix, except
# where the shell strips newlines before a semicolon.
queries = [
("select\n1;--comment", "[1]: select\n1;--comment"),
("select 1 --comment\n;", "[2]: select 1 --comment;"),
("select 1 --comment\n\n\n;", "[3]: select 1 --comment;"),
("select /*comment*/\n1;", "[4]: select /*comment*/\n1;"),
("select\n/*comm\nent*/\n1;", "[5]: select\n/*comm\nent*/\n1;")]
for query, _ in queries:
child_proc.expect(PROMPT_REGEX)
child_proc.sendline(query)
child_proc.expect("Fetched 1 row\(s\) in [0-9]+\.?[0-9]*s")
child_proc.expect(PROMPT_REGEX)
child_proc.sendline('quit;')
child_proc.wait()
p = ImpalaShell(vector)
p.send_cmd('history')
result = p.get_result()
for _, history_entry in queries:
assert history_entry in result.stderr, "'%s' not in '%s'" % (history_entry,
result.stderr)
def test_history_file_option(self, vector, tmp_history_file):
"""
Setting the 'tmp_history_file' fixture above means that the IMPALA_HISTFILE
environment will be overridden. Here we override that environment by passing
the --history_file command line option, ensuring that the history ends up
in the appropriate spot.
"""
with NamedTemporaryFile() as new_hist:
shell_cmd = get_shell_cmd(vector) + ["--history_file=%s" % new_hist.name]
child_proc = pexpect.spawn(shell_cmd[0], shell_cmd[1:])
child_proc.expect(":{0}] default>".format(get_impalad_port(vector)))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "select 'hi'", vector, ('hi'))
child_proc.sendline('exit;')
child_proc.expect(pexpect.EOF)
history_contents = file(new_hist.name).read()
assert "select 'hi'" in history_contents
def test_rerun(self, vector, tmp_history_file):
"""Smoke test for the 'rerun' command"""
shell_cmd = get_shell_cmd(vector)
child_proc = pexpect.spawn(shell_cmd[0], shell_cmd[1:])
child_proc.expect(":{0}] default>".format(get_impalad_port(vector)))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "@1", vector, ("Command index out of range"))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "rerun -1", vector,
("Command index out of range"))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "select 'first_command'", vector,
("first_command"))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "rerun 1", vector, ("first_command"))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "@ -1", vector, ("first_command"))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "select 'second_command'", vector,
("second_command"))
child_proc.sendline('history;')
child_proc.expect(":{0}] default>".format(get_impalad_port(vector)))
assert '[1]: select \'first_command\';' in child_proc.before
assert '[2]: select \'second_command\';' in child_proc.before
assert '[3]: history;' in child_proc.before
# Rerunning command should not add an entry into history.
assert '[4]' not in child_proc.before
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "@0", vector, ("Command index out of range"))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "rerun 4", vector, ("Command index out of range"))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "@-4", vector, ("Command index out of range"))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, " @ 3 ", vector, ("second_command"))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "@-3", vector, ("first_command"))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "@", vector,
("Command index to be rerun must be an integer."))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "@1foo", vector,
("Command index to be rerun must be an integer."))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "@1 2", vector,
("Command index to be rerun must be an integer."))
self._expect_with_cmd(child_proc, "rerun1", vector, ("Syntax error"))
child_proc.sendline('quit;')
child_proc.wait()
def test_tip(self, vector):
"""Smoke test for the TIP command"""
# Temporarily add impala_shell module to path to get at TIPS list for verification
sys.path.append("%s/shell/" % os.environ['IMPALA_HOME'])
try:
import impala_shell
finally:
sys.path = sys.path[:-1]
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "tip;")
for t in impala_shell.TIPS:
if t in result.stderr: return
assert False, "No tip found in output %s" % result.stderr
def test_var_substitution(self, vector):
cmds = open(os.path.join(QUERY_FILE_PATH, 'test_var_substitution.sql')).read()
args = ["--var=foo=123", "--var=BAR=456", "--delimited", "--output_delimiter= "]
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, cmds, shell_args=args)
assert_var_substitution(result)
def test_query_option_configuration(self, vector):
rcfile_path = os.path.join(QUERY_FILE_PATH, 'impalarc_with_query_options')
args = ['-Q', 'MT_dop=1', '--query_option=MAX_ERRORS=200',
'--config_file=%s' % rcfile_path]
cmds = "set all;"
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, cmds, shell_args=args)
assert "\tMT_DOP: 1" in result.stdout
assert "\tMAX_ERRORS: 200" in result.stdout
assert "\tEXPLAIN_LEVEL: 2" in result.stdout
assert "INVALID_QUERY_OPTION is not supported for the impalad being connected to, "\
"ignoring." in result.stdout
# Verify that query options under [impala] override those under [impala.query_options]
assert "\tDEFAULT_FILE_FORMAT: avro" in result.stdout
def test_live_option_configuration(self, vector):
"""Test the optional configuration file with live_progress and live_summary."""
# Positive tests
# set live_summary and live_progress as True with config file
rcfile_path = os.path.join(QUERY_FILE_PATH, 'good_impalarc3')
args = ['--config_file=%s' % rcfile_path]
cmds = "set all;"
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, cmds, shell_args=args)
assert 'WARNING:' not in result.stderr, \
"A valid config file should not trigger any warning: {0}".format(result.stderr)
assert "\tLIVE_SUMMARY: True" in result.stdout
assert "\tLIVE_PROGRESS: True" in result.stdout
# set live_summary and live_progress as False with config file
rcfile_path = os.path.join(QUERY_FILE_PATH, 'good_impalarc4')
args = ['--config_file=%s' % rcfile_path]
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, cmds, shell_args=args)
assert 'WARNING:' not in result.stderr, \
"A valid config file should not trigger any warning: {0}".format(result.stderr)
assert "\tLIVE_SUMMARY: False" in result.stdout
assert "\tLIVE_PROGRESS: False" in result.stdout
# override options in config file through command line arguments
args = ['--live_progress', '--live_summary', '--config_file=%s' % rcfile_path]
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, cmds, shell_args=args)
assert "\tLIVE_SUMMARY: True" in result.stdout
assert "\tLIVE_PROGRESS: True" in result.stdout
def test_source_file(self, vector):
cwd = os.getcwd()
try:
# Change working dir so that SOURCE command in shell.cmds can find shell2.cmds.
os.chdir("%s/tests/shell/" % os.environ['IMPALA_HOME'])
# IMPALA-5416: Test that a command following 'source' won't be run twice.
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "source shell.cmds;select \"second "
"command\";")
assert "Query: USE FUNCTIONAL" in result.stderr
assert "Query: SHOW TABLES" in result.stderr
assert "alltypes" in result.stdout
# This is from shell2.cmds, the result of sourcing a file from a sourced file.
assert "SELECT VERSION()" in result.stderr
assert "version()" in result.stdout
assert len(re.findall("'second command'", result.stdout)) == 1
# IMPALA-5416: Test that two source commands on a line won't crash the shell.
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(
vector, "source shell.cmds;source shell.cmds;")
assert len(re.findall("version\(\)", result.stdout)) == 2
finally:
os.chdir(cwd)
def test_source_file_with_errors(self, vector):
full_path = "%s/tests/shell/shell_error.cmds" % os.environ['IMPALA_HOME']
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "source %s;" % full_path)
assert "Could not execute command: USE UNKNOWN_DATABASE" in result.stderr
assert "Query: USE FUNCTIONAL" not in result.stderr
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "source %s;" % full_path, ['-c'])
assert "Could not execute command: USE UNKNOWN_DATABASE" in result.stderr,\
result.stderr
assert "Query: USE FUNCTIONAL" in result.stderr, result.stderr
assert "Query: SHOW TABLES" in result.stderr, result.stderr
assert "alltypes" in result.stdout, result.stdout
def test_source_missing_file(self, vector):
full_path = "%s/tests/shell/doesntexist.cmds" % os.environ['IMPALA_HOME']
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "source %s;" % full_path)
assert "No such file or directory" in result.stderr
def test_zero_row_fetch(self, vector):
# IMPALA-4418: DROP and USE are generally exceptional statements where
# the client does not fetch. For statements returning 0 rows we do not
# want an empty line in stdout.
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "-- foo \n use default;")
assert re.search('> \[', result.stdout)
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector,
"select * from functional.alltypes limit 0;")
assert "Fetched 0 row(s)" in result.stderr
assert re.search('> \[', result.stdout)
def test_set_and_set_all(self, vector):
"""IMPALA-2181. Tests the outputs of SET and SET ALL commands. SET should contain the
REGULAR and ADVANCED options only. SET ALL should contain all the options grouped by
display level."""
shell1 = ImpalaShell(vector)
shell1.send_cmd("set")
result = shell1.get_result()
assert "Query options (defaults shown in []):" in result.stdout
assert "ABORT_ON_ERROR" in result.stdout
assert "Advanced Query Options:" in result.stdout
assert "APPX_COUNT_DISTINCT" in result.stdout
assert vector.get_value("protocol") in ("hs2", "hs2-http")\
or "SUPPORT_START_OVER" in result.stdout
# Development, deprecated and removed options should not be shown.
# Note: there are currently no deprecated options
assert "Development Query Options:" not in result.stdout
assert "DEBUG_ACTION" not in result.stdout # Development option.
assert "MAX_IO_BUFFERS" not in result.stdout # Removed option.
shell2 = ImpalaShell(vector)
shell2.send_cmd("set all")
result = shell2.get_result()
assert "Query options (defaults shown in []):" in result.stdout
assert "Advanced Query Options:" in result.stdout
assert "Development Query Options:" in result.stdout
assert "Deprecated Query Options:" not in result.stdout
advanced_part_start_idx = result.stdout.find("Advanced Query Options")
development_part_start_idx = result.stdout.find("Development Query Options")
deprecated_part_start_idx = result.stdout.find("Deprecated Query Options")
advanced_part = result.stdout[advanced_part_start_idx:development_part_start_idx]
development_part = result.stdout[development_part_start_idx:deprecated_part_start_idx]
assert "ABORT_ON_ERROR" in result.stdout[:advanced_part_start_idx]
assert "APPX_COUNT_DISTINCT" in advanced_part
assert vector.get_value("protocol") in ("hs2", "hs2-http")\
or "SUPPORT_START_OVER" in advanced_part
assert "DEBUG_ACTION" in development_part
# Removed options should not be shown.
assert "MAX_IO_BUFFERS" not in result.stdout
def check_command_case_sensitivity(self, vector, command, expected):
shell = ImpalaShell(vector)
shell.send_cmd(command)
assert expected in shell.get_result().stderr
def test_unexpected_conversion_for_literal_string_to_lowercase(self, vector):
# IMPALA-4664: Impala shell can accidentally convert certain literal
# strings to lowercase. Impala shell splits each command into tokens
# and then converts the first token to lowercase to figure out how it
# should execute the command. The splitting is done by spaces only.
# Thus, if the user types a TAB after the SELECT, the first token after
# the split becomes the SELECT plus whatever comes after it.
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "select'MUST_HAVE_UPPER_STRING'")
assert re.search('MUST_HAVE_UPPER_STRING', result.stdout)
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "select\t'MUST_HAVE_UPPER_STRING'")
assert re.search('MUST_HAVE_UPPER_STRING', result.stdout)
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "select\n'MUST_HAVE_UPPER_STRING'")
assert re.search('MUST_HAVE_UPPER_STRING', result.stdout)
def test_case_sensitive_command(self, vector):
# IMPALA-2640: Make a given command case-sensitive
cwd = os.getcwd()
try:
self.check_command_case_sensitivity(vector, "sElEcT VERSION()", "Query: sElEcT")
self.check_command_case_sensitivity(vector, "sEt VaR:FoO=bOo", "Variable FOO")
self.check_command_case_sensitivity(vector, "sHoW tables", "Query: sHoW")
# Change working dir so that SOURCE command in shell_case_sensitive.cmds can
# find shell_case_sensitive2.cmds.
os.chdir("%s/tests/shell/" % os.environ['IMPALA_HOME'])
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector,
"sOuRcE shell_case_sensitive.cmds; SeLeCt 'second command'")
print result.stderr
assert "Query: uSe FUNCTIONAL" in result.stderr
assert "Query: ShOw TABLES" in result.stderr
assert "alltypes" in result.stdout
# This is from shell_case_sensitive2.cmds, the result of sourcing a file
# from a sourced file.
print result.stderr
assert "SeLeCt 'second command'" in result.stderr
finally:
os.chdir(cwd)
def test_line_with_leading_comment(self, vector, unique_database):
# IMPALA-2195: A line with a comment produces incorrect command.
table = "{0}.leading_comment".format(unique_database)
run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, 'create table {0} (i int);'.format(table))
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, '-- comment\n'
'insert into {0} values(1);'.format(table))
assert 'Modified 1 row(s)' in result.stderr
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, '-- comment\n'
'select * from {0};'.format(table))
assert 'Fetched 1 row(s)' in result.stderr
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, '--한글\n'
'select * from {0};'.format(table))
assert 'Fetched 1 row(s)' in result.stderr
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, '/* 한글 */\n'
'select * from {0};'.format(table))
assert 'Fetched 1 row(s)' in result.stderr
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, '/* comment */\n'
'select * from {0};'.format(table))
assert 'Fetched 1 row(s)' in result.stderr
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, '/* comment1 */\n'
'-- comment2\n'
'select * from {0};'.format(table))
assert 'Fetched 1 row(s)' in result.stderr
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, '/* comment1\n'
'comment2 */ select * from {0};'.format(table))
assert 'Fetched 1 row(s)' in result.stderr
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, '/* select * from {0} */ '
'select * from {0};'.format(table))
assert 'Fetched 1 row(s)' in result.stderr
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, '/* comment */ help use')
assert 'Executes a USE... query' in result.stdout
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, '-- comment\n'
' help use;')
assert 'Executes a USE... query' in result.stdout
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, '/* comment1 */\n'
'-- comment2\n'
'desc {0};'.format(table))
assert 'Fetched 1 row(s)' in result.stderr
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, '/* comment1 */\n'
'-- comment2\n'
'help use;')
assert 'Executes a USE... query' in result.stdout
def test_line_ends_with_comment(self, vector):
# IMPALA-5269: Test lines that end with a comment.
queries = ['select 1 + 1; --comment',
'select 1 + 1 --comment\n;']
for query in queries:
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, query)
assert '| 1 + 1 |' in result.stdout
assert '| 2 |' in result.stdout
queries = ['select \'some string\'; --comment',
'select \'some string\' --comment\n;']
for query in queries:
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, query)
assert '| \'some string\' |' in result.stdout
assert '| some string |' in result.stdout
queries = ['select "--"; -- "--"',
'select \'--\'; -- "--"',
'select "--" -- "--"\n;',
'select \'--\' -- "--"\n;']
for query in queries:
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, query)
assert '| \'--\' |' in result.stdout
assert '| -- |' in result.stdout
query = ('select * from (\n' +
'select count(*) from functional.alltypes\n' +
') v; -- Incomplete SQL statement in this line')
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, query)
assert '| count(*) |' in result.stdout
query = ('select id from functional.alltypes\n' +
'order by id; /*\n' +
'* Multi-line comment\n' +
'*/')
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, query)
assert '| id |' in result.stdout
def test_fix_infinite_loop(self, vector):
# IMPALA-6337: Fix infinite loop.
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "select 1 + 1; \"\n;\";")
assert '| 2 |' in result.stdout
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "select '1234'\";\n;\n\";")
assert '| 1234 |' in result.stdout
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "select 1 + 1; \"\n;\"\n;")
assert '| 2 |' in result.stdout
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "select '1\\'23\\'4'\";\n;\n\";")
assert '| 1\'23\'4 |' in result.stdout
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, "select '1\"23\"4'\";\n;\n\";")
assert '| 1"23"4 |' in result.stdout
def test_comment_with_quotes(self, vector):
# IMPALA-2751: Comment does not need to have matching quotes
queries = [
"select -- '\n1;",
'select -- "\n1;',
"select -- \"'\n 1;",
"select /*'\n*/ 1;",
'select /*"\n*/ 1;',
"select /*\"'\n*/ 1;",
"with a as (\nselect 1\n-- '\n) select * from a",
'with a as (\nselect 1\n-- "\n) select * from a',
"with a as (\nselect 1\n-- '\"\n) select * from a",
]
for query in queries:
result = run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, query)
assert '| 1 |' in result.stdout
def test_shell_prompt(self, vector):
shell_cmd = get_shell_cmd(vector)
proc = pexpect.spawn(shell_cmd[0], shell_cmd[1:])
proc.expect(":{0}] default>".format(get_impalad_port(vector)))
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "use foo", vector, (), 'default')
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "use functional", vector, (), 'functional')
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "use foo", vector, (), 'functional')
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, 'use `tpch`', vector, (), 'tpch')
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, 'use ` tpch `', vector, (), 'tpch')
proc = pexpect.spawn(shell_cmd[0], shell_cmd[1:] + ['-d', 'functional'])
proc.expect(":{0}] functional>".format(get_impalad_port(vector)))
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "use foo", vector, (), 'functional')
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "use tpch", vector, (), 'tpch')
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "use foo", vector, (), 'tpch')
proc = pexpect.spawn(shell_cmd[0], shell_cmd[1:] + ['-d', ' functional '])
proc.expect(":{0}] functional>".format(get_impalad_port(vector)))
proc = pexpect.spawn(shell_cmd[0], shell_cmd[1:] + ['-d', '` functional `'])
proc.expect(":{0}] functional>".format(get_impalad_port(vector)))
# Start an Impala shell with an invalid DB.
proc = pexpect.spawn(shell_cmd[0], shell_cmd[1:] + ['-d', 'foo'])
proc.expect(":{0}] default>".format(get_impalad_port(vector)))
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "use foo", vector, (), 'default')
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "use functional", vector, (), 'functional')
self._expect_with_cmd(proc, "use foo", vector, (), 'functional')
proc.sendeof()
proc.wait()
def test_strip_leading_comment(self, vector):
"""Test stripping leading comments from SQL statements"""
assert ('--delete\n', 'select 1') == \
ImpalaShellClass.strip_leading_comment('--delete\nselect 1')
assert ('--delete\n', 'select --do not delete\n1') == \
ImpalaShellClass.strip_leading_comment('--delete\nselect --do not delete\n1')
assert (None, 'select --do not delete\n1') == \
ImpalaShellClass.strip_leading_comment('select --do not delete\n1')
assert ('/*delete*/\n', 'select 1') == \
ImpalaShellClass.strip_leading_comment('/*delete*/\nselect 1')
assert ('/*delete\nme*/\n', 'select 1') == \
ImpalaShellClass.strip_leading_comment('/*delete\nme*/\nselect 1')
assert ('/*delete\nme*/\n', 'select 1') == \
ImpalaShellClass.strip_leading_comment('/*delete\nme*/\nselect 1')
assert ('/*delete*/', 'select 1') == \
ImpalaShellClass.strip_leading_comment('/*delete*/select 1')
assert ('/*delete*/ ', 'select /*do not delete*/ 1') == \
ImpalaShellClass.strip_leading_comment('/*delete*/ select /*do not delete*/ 1')
assert ('/*delete1*/ \n/*delete2*/ \n--delete3 \n', 'select /*do not delete*/ 1') == \
ImpalaShellClass.strip_leading_comment('/*delete1*/ \n'
'/*delete2*/ \n'
'--delete3 \n'
'select /*do not delete*/ 1')
assert (None, 'select /*do not delete*/ 1') == \
ImpalaShellClass.strip_leading_comment('select /*do not delete*/ 1')
assert ('/*delete*/\n', 'select c1 from\n'
'a\n'
'join -- +SHUFFLE\n'
'b') == \
ImpalaShellClass.strip_leading_comment('/*delete*/\n'
'select c1 from\n'
'a\n'
'join -- +SHUFFLE\n'
'b')
assert ('/*delete*/\n', 'select c1 from\n'
'a\n'
'join /* +SHUFFLE */\n'
'b') == \
ImpalaShellClass.strip_leading_comment('/*delete*/\n'
'select c1 from\n'
'a\n'
'join /* +SHUFFLE */\n'
'b')
assert (None, 'select 1') == \
ImpalaShellClass.strip_leading_comment('select 1')
def test_malformed_query(self, vector):
"""Test the handling of malformed query without closing quotation"""
shell = ImpalaShell(vector)
query = "with v as (select 1) \nselect foo('\\\\'), ('bar \n;"
shell.send_cmd(query)
result = shell.get_result()
assert "ERROR: ParseException: Unmatched string literal" in result.stderr,\
result.stderr
def test_timezone_validation(self, vector):
"""Test that query option TIMEZONE is validated when executing a query.
Query options are not sent to the coordinator immediately, so the error checking
will only happen when running a query.
"""
p = ImpalaShell(vector)
p.send_cmd('set timezone=BLA;')
p.send_cmd('select 1;')
results = p.get_result()
assert "Fetched 1 row" not in results.stderr
# assert "ERROR: Errors parsing query options" in results.stderr, results.stderr
assert "Invalid timezone name 'BLA'" in results.stderr, results.stderr
def test_with_clause(self, vector):
# IMPALA-7939: Fix issue where CTE that contains "insert", "upsert", "update", or
# "delete" is categorized as a DML statement.
for keyword in ["insert", "upsert", "update", "delete", "\\'insert\\'",
"\\'upsert\\'", "\\'update\\'", "\\'delete\\'"]:
p = ImpalaShell(vector)
p.send_cmd("with foo as "
"(select * from functional.alltypestiny where string_col='%s') "
"select * from foo limit 1" % keyword)
result = p.get_result()
assert "Fetched 0 row" in result.stderr
def test_http_codes(self, vector):
"""Check that the shell prints a good message when using hs2-http protocol
and the http server returns a 503 error."""
protocol = vector.get_value("protocol")
if protocol != 'hs2-http':
pytest.skip()
# Start an http server that always returns 503.
HOST = "localhost"
PORT = get_unused_port()
httpd = None
http_server_thread = None
try:
httpd = SocketServer.TCPServer((HOST, PORT), UnavailableRequestHandler)
http_server_thread = threading.Thread(target=httpd.serve_forever)
http_server_thread.start()
# Check that we get a message about the 503 error when we try to connect.
shell_args = ["--protocol={0}".format(protocol), "-i{0}:{1}".format(HOST, PORT)]
shell_proc = pexpect.spawn(IMPALA_SHELL_EXECUTABLE, shell_args)
shell_proc.expect("HTTP code 503", timeout=10)
finally:
# Clean up.
if httpd is not None:
httpd.shutdown()
if http_server_thread is not None:
http_server_thread.join()
def run_impala_shell_interactive(vector, input_lines, shell_args=None,
wait_until_connected=True):
"""Runs a command in the Impala shell interactively."""
# if argument "input_lines" is a string, makes it into a list
if type(input_lines) is str:
input_lines = [input_lines]
# workaround to make Popen environment 'utf-8' compatible
# since piping defaults to ascii
my_env = os.environ
my_env['PYTHONIOENCODING'] = 'utf-8'
p = ImpalaShell(vector, args=shell_args, env=my_env,
wait_until_connected=wait_until_connected)
for line in input_lines:
p.send_cmd(line)
return p.get_result()