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Base class for DarwinLog tests.
# System imports
from __future__ import print_function
import json
import platform
import re
import sys
import threading
# lldb imports
import lldb
from lldb import SBProcess, SBTarget
from lldbsuite.test import decorators
from lldbsuite.test import lldbtest
from lldbsuite.test import lldbtest_config
from lldbsuite.test import lldbutil
def expand_darwinlog_command(command):
return "plugin structured-data darwin-log " + command
def expand_darwinlog_settings_set_command(command):
return "settings set plugin.structured-data.darwin-log." + command
class DarwinLogTestBase(lldbtest.TestBase):
"""Base class for DarwinLog test cases that are pexpect-based."""
CONTINUE_REGEX = re.compile(r"Process \d+ resuming")
def setUp(self):
# Call super's setUp().
super(DarwinLogTestBase, self).setUp()
# Until other systems support this, exit
# early if we're not macOS version 10.12
# or greater.
version = platform.mac_ver()[0].split('.')
if ((int(version[0]) == 10) and (int(version[1]) < 12) or
(int(version[0]) < 10)):
self.skipTest("DarwinLog tests currently require macOS 10.12+")
self.child = None
self.child_prompt = '(lldb) '
self.strict_sources = False
self.enable_process_monitor_logging = False
def run_lldb_to_breakpoint(self, exe, source_file, line,
enable_command=None, settings_commands=None):
import pexpect
# Set self.child_prompt, which is "(lldb) ".
prompt = self.child_prompt
# So that the child gets torn down after the test.
self.child = pexpect.spawn('%s %s %s' % (lldbtest_config.lldbExec,
self.lldbOption, exe))
child = self.child
# Turn on logging for what the child sends back.
if self.TraceOn():
child.logfile_read = sys.stdout
if self.enable_process_monitor_logging:
if platform.system() == 'Darwin':
"settings set target.process.extra-startup-command "
# Run the enable command if we have one.
if enable_command is not None:
# Disable showing of source lines at our breakpoint.
# This is necessary for the logging tests, because the very
# text we want to match for output from the running inferior
# will show up in the source as well. We don't want the source
# output to erroneously make a match with our expected output.
self.runCmd("settings set stop-line-count-before 0")
self.runCmd("settings set stop-line-count-after 0")
# While we're debugging, turn on packet logging.
self.runCmd("log enable -f /tmp/packets.log gdb-remote packets")
# Prevent mirroring of NSLog/os_log content to stderr. We want log
# messages to come exclusively through our log channel.
"settings set target.env-vars IDE_DISABLED_OS_ACTIVITY_DT_MODE=1")
# Run any darwin-log settings commands now, before we enable logging.
if settings_commands is not None:
for setting_command in settings_commands:
# Set breakpoint right before the os_log() macros. We don't
# set it on the os_log*() calls because these are a number of
# nested-scoped calls that will cause the debugger to stop
# multiple times on the same line. That is difficult to match
# os_log() content by since it is non-deterministic what the
# ordering between stops and log lines will be. This is why
# we stop before, and then have the process run in a sleep
# afterwards, so we get the log messages while the target
# process is "running" (sleeping).
child.sendline('breakpoint set -f %s -l %d' % (source_file, line))
# Now run to the breakpoint that we just set.
# Ensure we stopped at a breakpoint.
self.runCmd("thread list")
self.expect(re.compile(r"stop reason = breakpoint"))
# Now we're ready to check if DarwinLog is available.
if not self.darwin_log_available():
self.skipTest("DarwinLog not available")
def runCmd(self, cmd):
def expect_prompt(self, exactly=True):
self.expect(self.child_prompt, exactly=exactly)
def expect(self, pattern, exactly=False, *args, **kwargs):
if exactly:
return self.child.expect_exact(pattern, *args, **kwargs)
return self.child.expect(pattern, *args, **kwargs)
def darwin_log_available(self):
self.runCmd("plugin structured-data darwin-log status")
self.expect(re.compile(r"Availability: ([\S]+)"))
return self.child.match is not None and ( == "available")
def do_test(self, enable_options, expect_regexes=None,
"""Test that a single fall-through reject rule rejects all logging."""
# Build the darwin-log enable command.
enable_cmd = expand_darwinlog_command('enable')
if enable_options is not None and len(enable_options) > 0:
enable_cmd += ' ' + ' '.join(enable_options)
exe = self.getBuildArtifact(self.exe_name)
self.run_lldb_to_breakpoint(exe, self.source, self.line,
# Now go.
self.runCmd("process continue")
if expect_regexes is None:
# Expect matching a log line or program exit.
# Test methods determine which ones are valid.
expect_regexes = (
re.compile(r"exited with status")
def remove_add_mode_entry(log_entries):
"""libtrace creates an "Add Mode:..." message when logging is enabled.
Strip this out of results since our test subjects don't create it."""
return [entry for entry in log_entries
if "message" in entry and
not entry["message"].startswith("Add Mode:")]
class DarwinLogEventBasedTestBase(lldbtest.TestBase):
"""Base class for event-based DarwinLog tests."""
class EventListenerThread(threading.Thread):
def __init__(self, listener, process, trace_on, max_entry_count):
self.process = process
self.listener = listener
self.trace_on = trace_on
self.max_entry_count = max_entry_count
self.exception = None
self.structured_data_event_count = 0
self.wait_seconds = 2
self.max_timeout_count = 4
self.log_entries = []
def handle_structured_data_event(self, event):
structured_data = SBProcess.GetStructuredDataFromEvent(event)
if not structured_data.IsValid():
if self.trace_on:
print("invalid structured data")
# Track that we received a valid structured data event.
self.structured_data_event_count += 1
# Grab the individual log entries from the JSON.
stream = lldb.SBStream()
dict = json.loads(stream.GetData())
if self.trace_on:
print("Structured data (raw):", stream.GetData())
# Print the pretty-printed version.
if self.trace_on:
print("Structured data (pretty print):",
def done(self, timeout_count):
"""Returns True when we're done listening for events."""
# See if we should consider the number of events retrieved.
if self.max_entry_count is not None:
if len(self.log_entries) >= self.max_entry_count:
# We've received the max threshold of events expected,
# we can exit here.
if self.trace_on:
print("Event listener thread exiting due to max "
"expected log entry count being reached.")
return True
# If our event timeout count has exceeded our maximum timeout count,
# we're done.
if timeout_count >= self.max_timeout_count:
if self.trace_on:
print("Event listener thread exiting due to max number of "
"WaitForEvent() timeouts being reached.")
return True
# If our process is dead, we're done.
if not self.process.is_alive:
if self.trace_on:
print("Event listener thread exiting due to test inferior "
return True
# We're not done.
return False
def run(self):
event = lldb.SBEvent()
timeout_count = 0
# Wait up to 4 times for the event to arrive.
while not self.done(timeout_count):
if self.trace_on:
print("Calling wait for event...")
if self.listener.WaitForEvent(self.wait_seconds, event):
while event.IsValid():
# Check if it's a process event.
if SBProcess.EventIsStructuredDataEvent(event):
if self.trace_on:
print("ignoring unexpected event:",
# Grab the next event, if there is one.
if not self.listener.GetNextEvent(event):
if self.trace_on:
print("listener has no more events "
"available at this time")
if self.trace_on:
print("timeout occurred waiting for event...")
timeout_count += 1
except Exception as e:
self.exception = e
def setUp(self):
# Call super's setUp().
super(DarwinLogEventBasedTestBase, self).setUp()
# Until other systems support this, exit
# early if we're not macOS version 10.12
# or greater.
version = platform.mac_ver()[0].split('.')
if ((int(version[0]) == 10) and (int(version[1]) < 12) or
(int(version[0]) < 10)):
self.skipTest("DarwinLog tests currently require macOS 10.12+")
# Source filename.
self.source = 'main.c'
# Output filename.
self.exe_name = 'a.out'
self.d = {'C_SOURCES': self.source, 'EXE': self.exe_name}
# Locate breakpoint.
self.line = lldbtest.line_number(self.source, '// break here')
# Enable debugserver logging of the darwin log collection
# mechanism.
self.runCmd("settings set target.process.extra-startup-command "
def darwin_log_available(self):
match = self.match("plugin structured-data darwin-log status",
patterns=[r"Availability: ([\S]+)"])
return match is not None and ( == "available")
def do_test(self, enable_options, settings_commands=None,
run_enable_after_breakpoint=False, max_entry_count=None):
"""Runs the test inferior, returning collected events.
This method runs the test inferior to the first breakpoint hit.
It then adds a listener for structured data events, and collects
all events from that point forward until end of execution of the
test inferior. It then returns those events.
A list of structured data events received, in the order they
were received.
exe = self.getBuildArtifact(self.exe_name)
# Create a target by the debugger.
target = self.dbg.CreateTarget(exe)
self.assertTrue(target, lldbtest.VALID_TARGET)
# Run the darwin-log settings commands.
if settings_commands is not None:
for setting_command in settings_commands:
# Build the darwin-log enable command.
enable_cmd = expand_darwinlog_command("enable")
if enable_options is not None and len(enable_options) > 0:
enable_cmd += ' ' + ' '.join(enable_options)
# Run the darwin-log enable command now if we are not supposed
# to do it at the first breakpoint. This tests the start-up
# code, which has the benefit of being able to set os_log-related
# environment variables.
if not run_enable_after_breakpoint:
# Create the breakpoint.
breakpoint = target.BreakpointCreateByLocation(self.source, self.line)
self.assertEqual(1, breakpoint.GetNumLocations(),
"Should have found one breakpoint")
# Enable packet logging.
# self.runCmd("log enable -f /tmp/packets.log gdb-remote packets")
# self.runCmd("log enable lldb process")
# Launch the process - doesn't stop at entry.
process = target.LaunchSimple(None, None, self.getBuildDir())
self.assertIsNotNone(process, lldbtest.PROCESS_IS_VALID)
# Keep track of whether we're tracing output.
trace_on = self.TraceOn()
# Get the next thread that stops.
from lldbsuite.test.lldbutil import get_stopped_thread
thread = get_stopped_thread(process, lldb.eStopReasonBreakpoint)
self.assertIsNotNone(thread, "There should be a thread stopped "
"due to breakpoint")
# The process should be stopped at this point.
self.expect("process status", lldbtest.PROCESS_STOPPED,
patterns=['Process .* stopped'])
# The stop reason of the thread should be breakpoint.
self.expect("thread list", lldbtest.STOPPED_DUE_TO_BREAKPOINT,
substrs=['stopped', 'stop reason = breakpoint'])
# And our one and only breakpoint should have been hit.
self.assertEquals(breakpoint.GetHitCount(), 1)
# Check if DarwinLog is available. This check cannot be done
# until after the process has started, as the feature availability
# comes through the stub. The stub isn't running until
# the target process is running. So this is really the earliest
# we can check.
if not self.darwin_log_available():
self.skipTest("DarwinLog not available")
# Now setup the structured data listener.
# Grab the broadcaster for the process. We'll be attaching our
# listener to it.
broadcaster = process.GetBroadcaster()
listener = lldb.SBListener("SBStructuredData listener")
rc = broadcaster.AddListener(
listener, lldb.SBProcess.eBroadcastBitStructuredData)
self.assertTrue(rc, "Successfully add listener to process broadcaster")
# Start the listening thread to retrieve the events.
# Bump up max entry count for the potentially included Add Mode:
# entry.
if max_entry_count is not None:
max_entry_count += 1
event_thread = self.EventListenerThread(listener, process, trace_on,
# Continue the test inferior. We should get any events after this.
# Wait until the event thread terminates.
# print("main thread now waiting for event thread to receive events.")
# If the process is still alive, we kill it here.
if process.is_alive:
# Fail on any exceptions that occurred during event execution.
if event_thread.exception is not None:
# Re-raise it here so it shows up as a test error.
raise event_thread
# Return the collected logging events.
return remove_add_mode_entry(event_thread.log_entries)