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Issue #3059332 follow-up by mondrake, Mile23, Lendude: Mark kernel tests that...

Issue #3059332 follow-up by mondrake, Mile23, Lendude: Mark kernel tests that perform no assertions as risky
parent df568ded
<?php
namespace Drupal\KernelTests\Core\Database\Driver\mysql;
use Drupal\Component\Utility\Environment;
use Drupal\Core\Database\Database;
use Drupal\Core\Database\DatabaseException;
/**
* Tests handling of large queries.
*
* @group Database
*/
class LargeQueryTest extends MySqlDriverTestBase {
/**
* Tests truncation of messages when max_allowed_packet exception occurs.
*/
public function testMaxAllowedPacketQueryTruncating() {
// The max_allowed_packet value is configured per database instance.
// Retrieve the max_allowed_packet value from the current instance and
// check if PHP is configured with sufficient allowed memory to be able
// to generate a query larger than max_allowed_packet.
$max_allowed_packet = $this->connection->query('SELECT @@global.max_allowed_packet')->fetchField();
if (!Environment::checkMemoryLimit($max_allowed_packet + (16 * 1024 * 1024))) {
$this->markTestSkipped('The configured max_allowed_packet exceeds the php memory limit. Therefore the test is skipped.');
}
$long_name = str_repeat('a', $max_allowed_packet + 1);
try {
$this->connection->query('SELECT name FROM {test} WHERE name = :name', [':name' => $long_name]);
$this->fail("An exception should be thrown for queries larger than 'max_allowed_packet'");
}
catch (DatabaseException $e) {
// Close and re-open the connection. Otherwise we will run into error
// 2006 "MySQL server had gone away" afterwards.
Database::closeConnection();
Database::getConnection();
// Got a packet bigger than 'max_allowed_packet' bytes exception thrown.
$this->assertEquals(1153, $e->getPrevious()->errorInfo[1]);
// 'max_allowed_packet' exception message truncated.
// Use strlen() to count the bytes exactly, not the unicode chars.
$this->assertLessThanOrEqual($max_allowed_packet, strlen($e->getMessage()));
}
}
}
<?php
namespace Drupal\KernelTests\Core\Database\Driver\mysql;
use Drupal\KernelTests\Core\Database\DatabaseTestBase;
/**
* Base class for MySql driver-specific database tests.
*/
class MySqlDriverTestBase extends DatabaseTestBase {
/**
* {@inheritdoc}
*/
protected function setUp() {
parent::setUp();
// Only run this test for the 'mysql' driver.
$driver = $this->connection->driver();
if ($driver !== 'mysql') {
$this->markTestSkipped("MySql tests can not run for driver '$driver'.");
}
}
}
<?php
namespace Drupal\KernelTests\Core\Database\Driver\mysql;
use Drupal\Core\Database\Database;
/**
* Tests that the prefix info for a database schema is correct.
*
* @group Database
*/
class PrefixInfoTest extends MySqlDriverTestBase {
/**
* Tests that DatabaseSchema::getPrefixInfo() returns the right database.
*
* We are testing if the return array of the method
* \Drupal\Core\Database\Driver\mysql\Schema::getPrefixInfo(). This return
* array is a keyed array with info about amongst other things the database.
* The other two by Drupal core supported databases do not have this variable
* set in the return array.
*/
public function testGetPrefixInfo() {
$connection_info = Database::getConnectionInfo('default');
// Copy the default connection info to the 'extra' key.
Database::addConnectionInfo('extra', 'default', $connection_info['default']);
$db1_connection = Database::getConnection('default', 'default');
$db1_schema = $db1_connection->schema();
$db2_connection = Database::getConnection('default', 'extra');
// Get the prefix info for the first database.
$method = new \ReflectionMethod($db1_schema, 'getPrefixInfo');
$method->setAccessible(TRUE);
$db1_info = $method->invoke($db1_schema);
// We change the database after opening the connection, so as to prevent
// connecting to a non-existent database.
$reflection = new \ReflectionObject($db2_connection);
$property = $reflection->getProperty('connectionOptions');
$property->setAccessible(TRUE);
$connection_info['default']['database'] = 'foobar';
$property->setValue($db2_connection, $connection_info['default']);
// For testing purposes, we also change the database info.
$reflection_class = new \ReflectionClass(Database::class);
$property = $reflection_class->getProperty('databaseInfo');
$property->setAccessible(TRUE);
$info = $property->getValue();
$info['extra']['default']['database'] = 'foobar';
$property->setValue(NULL, $info);
$extra_info = Database::getConnectionInfo('extra');
$this->assertSame('foobar', $extra_info['default']['database']);
$db2_schema = $db2_connection->schema();
$db2_info = $method->invoke($db2_schema);
// Each target connection has a different database.
$this->assertNotSame($db2_info['database'], $db1_info['database']);
// The new profile has a different database.
$this->assertSame('foobar', $db2_info['database']);
Database::removeConnection('extra');
}
}
<?php
namespace Drupal\KernelTests\Core\Database;
use Drupal\Component\Utility\Environment;
use Drupal\Core\Database\Database;
use Drupal\Core\Database\DatabaseException;
/**
* Tests handling of large queries.
*
* @group Database
*/
class LargeQueryTest extends DatabaseTestBase {
/**
* Tests truncation of messages when max_allowed_packet exception occurs.
*/
public function testMaxAllowedPacketQueryTruncating() {
// This test only makes sense if we are running on a MySQL database.
// Test if we are.
$database = Database::getConnectionInfo('default');
if ($database['default']['driver'] == 'mysql') {
// The max_allowed_packet value is configured per database instance.
// Retrieve the max_allowed_packet value from the current instance and
// check if PHP is configured with sufficient allowed memory to be able
// to generate a query larger than max_allowed_packet.
$max_allowed_packet = $this->connection->query('SELECT @@global.max_allowed_packet')->fetchField();
if (Environment::checkMemoryLimit($max_allowed_packet + (16 * 1024 * 1024))) {
$long_name = str_repeat('a', $max_allowed_packet + 1);
try {
$this->connection->query('SELECT name FROM {test} WHERE name = :name', [':name' => $long_name]);
$this->fail("An exception should be thrown for queries larger than 'max_allowed_packet'");
}
catch (DatabaseException $e) {
// Close and re-open the connection. Otherwise we will run into error
// 2006 "MySQL server had gone away" afterwards.
Database::closeConnection();
Database::getConnection();
$this->assertEqual($e->getPrevious()->errorInfo[1], 1153, "Got a packet bigger than 'max_allowed_packet' bytes exception thrown.");
// Use strlen() to count the bytes exactly, not the unicode chars.
$this->assertTrue(strlen($e->getMessage()) <= $max_allowed_packet, "'max_allowed_packet' exception message truncated.");
}
}
else {
$this->verbose('The configured max_allowed_packet exceeds the php memory limit. Therefore the test is skipped.');
}
}
else {
$this->verbose('The test requires MySQL. Therefore the test is skipped.');
}
}
}
<?php
namespace Drupal\KernelTests\Core\Database;
use Drupal\Core\Database\Database;
/**
* Tests that the prefix info for a database schema is correct.
*
* @group Database
*/
class PrefixInfoTest extends DatabaseTestBase {
/**
* Tests that DatabaseSchema::getPrefixInfo() returns the right database.
*
* We are testing if the return array of the method
* \Drupal\Core\Database\Driver\mysql\Schema::getPrefixInfo(). This return
* array is a keyed array with info about amongst other things the database.
* The other two by Drupal core supported databases do not have this variable
* set in the return array.
*/
public function testGetPrefixInfo() {
$connection_info = Database::getConnectionInfo('default');
if ($connection_info['default']['driver'] == 'mysql') {
// Copy the default connection info to the 'extra' key.
Database::addConnectionInfo('extra', 'default', $connection_info['default']);
$db1_connection = Database::getConnection('default', 'default');
$db1_schema = $db1_connection->schema();
$db2_connection = Database::getConnection('default', 'extra');
// Get the prefix info for the first database.
$method = new \ReflectionMethod($db1_schema, 'getPrefixInfo');
$method->setAccessible(TRUE);
$db1_info = $method->invoke($db1_schema);
// We change the database after opening the connection, so as to prevent
// connecting to a non-existent database.
$reflection = new \ReflectionObject($db2_connection);
$property = $reflection->getProperty('connectionOptions');
$property->setAccessible(TRUE);
$connection_info['default']['database'] = 'foobar';
$property->setValue($db2_connection, $connection_info['default']);
// For testing purposes, we also change the database info.
$reflection_class = new \ReflectionClass('Drupal\Core\Database\Database');
$property = $reflection_class->getProperty('databaseInfo');
$property->setAccessible(TRUE);
$info = $property->getValue();
$info['extra']['default']['database'] = 'foobar';
$property->setValue(NULL, $info);
$extra_info = Database::getConnectionInfo('extra');
$this->assertSame($extra_info['default']['database'], 'foobar');
$db2_schema = $db2_connection->schema();
$db2_info = $method->invoke($db2_schema);
$this->assertNotSame($db2_info['database'], $db1_info['database'], 'Each target connection has a different database.');
$this->assertSame($db2_info['database'], 'foobar', 'The new profile has a different database.');
Database::removeConnection('extra');
}
}
}
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