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  2. src/
  3. pom.xml

End to end storm integration tests

Running tests end-to-end

Assumption: A single version of storm binary zip such as storm-dist/binary/target/ is present The following command will bring up a vagrant cluster.

cd integration-test/config
vagrant up

This automatically will run integration-test/ This brings up a vagrant machine, with storm and zookeeper daemons. And runs all the tests against it.

Running tests for development & debugging

vagrant up command is setup as a complete auto-pilot. Following describes how we can run individual tests against this vagrant cluster or any other cluster.

Configs for running

Configuration for the Storm cluster in Vagrant can be found in integration-test/config/storm.yaml. The configuration for the tests when running against Vagrant can be found in src/test/resources/storm-conf/, which is used if you run Maven with the intellij profile. Outside Vagrant, you will need to configure your cluster as normal through your cluster's storm.yaml file. You can configure the tests by pointing to a storm.yaml by adding “-Dstorm.conf.file=/your/path/to/storm.yaml”. This file needs to contain nimbus.seeds pointing to your Nimbus URL(s).

If you're running against a cluster outside Vagrant, the test needs access to Nimbus and the test must be able to hit the Logviewer URLs at port 8000 on each Supervisor.

Running all tests manually

To run all tests:

mvn clean package -DskipTests && mvn test -DskipTests=false

To run a single test:

mvn clean package -DskipTests && mvn test -DskipTests=false -Dtest=SlidingWindowCountTest#testWindowCount

Running tests from IDE

You might have to enable intellij profile to make your IDE happy. Make sure that the following is run before tests are launched.

mvn package

Running tests with custom storm version

You can supply custom storm version using -Dstorm.version=<storm-version> property to all the maven commands.

mvn clean package -DskipTests -Dstorm.version=<storm-version>
mvn test -DskipTests=false -Dtest=DemoTest -Dstorm.version=<storm-version>

To find version of the storm that you are running run storm version command.


Start off by looking at file