Commit 2c4aa41e authored by alexpott's avatar alexpott

Issue #2765207 by juampynr, dawehner: Convert...

Issue #2765207 by juampynr, dawehner: Convert \Drupal\system\Tests\System\CronQueueTest to a kerneltest
parent b83e2d78
<?php
namespace Drupal\system\Tests\System;
namespace Drupal\Tests\system\Kernel\System;
use Drupal\simpletest\WebTestBase;
use Drupal\Core\Database\Database;
use Drupal\KernelTests\KernelTestBase;
/**
* Tests the Cron Queue runner.
*
* @group system
*/
class CronQueueTest extends WebTestBase {
class CronQueueTest extends KernelTestBase {
/**
* The modules to enable.
*
* @var array
*/
public static $modules = array('cron_queue_test');
public static $modules = ['system', 'cron_queue_test'];
/**
* The database connection.
*
* @var \Drupal\Core\Database\Connection
*/
protected $connection;
/**
* The cron service.
*
* @var \Drupal\Core\Cron
*/
protected $cron;
/**
* {@inheritdoc}
*/
protected function setUp() {
parent::setUp();
// These additional tables are necessary because $this->cron->run() calls
// system_cron().
$this->installSchema('system', ['key_value_expire']);
$this->connection = Database::getConnection();
$this->cron = \Drupal::service('cron');
}
/**
* Tests that exceptions thrown by workers are handled properly.
......@@ -30,20 +59,22 @@ public function testExceptions() {
// Run cron; the worker for this queue should throw an exception and handle
// it.
$this->cronRun();
$this->cron->run();
$this->assertEqual(\Drupal::state()->get('cron_queue_test_exception'), 1);
// The item should be left in the queue.
$this->assertEqual($queue->numberOfItems(), 1, 'Failing item still in the queue after throwing an exception.');
// Garbage collection should set the expire flag back to 0, making the queue
// item "claimable" again. We have to wait for 2 seconds because
// CronQueueTestException has a "cron" time of 1 second. The test runs so
// fast that if we don't wait, the item won't be cleared by Garbage
// Collection so it won't become claimable.
// Expire the queue item manually. system_cron() relies in REQUEST_TIME to
// find queue items whose expire field needs to be reset to 0. This is a
// Kernel test, so REQUEST_TIME won't change when cron runs.
// @see system_cron()
// @see \Drupal\Core\Cron::processQueues()
sleep(2);
$this->cronRun();
$this->connection->update('queue')
->condition('name', 'cron_queue_test_exception')
->fields(['expire' => REQUEST_TIME - 1])
->execute();
$this->cron->run();
$this->assertEqual(\Drupal::state()->get('cron_queue_test_exception'), 2);
$this->assertEqual($queue->numberOfItems(), 0, 'Item was processed and removed from the queue.');
......@@ -57,7 +88,7 @@ public function testExceptions() {
// Run cron; the worker for this queue should process as far as the crashing
// item.
$this->cronRun();
$this->cron->run();
// Only one item should have been processed.
$this->assertEqual($queue->numberOfItems(), 2, 'Failing queue stopped processing at the failing item.');
......@@ -72,7 +103,8 @@ public function testExceptions() {
// Test the requeueing functionality.
$queue = $this->container->get('queue')->get('cron_queue_test_requeue_exception');
$queue->createItem([]);
$this->cronRun();
$this->cron->run();
$this->assertEqual(\Drupal::state()->get('cron_queue_test_requeue_exception'), 2);
$this->assertFalse($queue->numberOfItems());
}
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