toolkit/components/telemetry/tests/utils/TelemetryTestUtils.jsm
author Mike Hommey <mh+mozilla@glandium.org>
Sun, 28 Feb 2021 17:47:27 +0000
changeset 569030 f875a4ffd653fb9a1ce1567323598057af32ebf0
parent 518771 50d4048d635ee7b90600a2e041595f40f56269dc
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1694575 - Don't include mozalloc.h from the iosfwd wrapper. r=andi Differential Revision: https://phabricator.services.mozilla.com/D106392

/* Any copyright is dedicated to the Public Domain.
   http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/ */

"use strict";

const EXPORTED_SYMBOLS = ["TelemetryTestUtils"];

const { Assert } = ChromeUtils.import("resource://testing-common/Assert.jsm");
const { Services } = ChromeUtils.import("resource://gre/modules/Services.jsm");

var TelemetryTestUtils = {
  /* Scalars */

  /**
   * An helper that asserts the value of a scalar if it's expected to be > 0,
   * otherwise makes sure that the scalar has not been reported.
   *
   * @param {Object} scalars The snapshot of the scalars.
   * @param {String} scalarName The name of the scalar to check.
   * @param {Number} value The expected value for the provided scalar.
   * @param {String} msg The message to print when checking the value.
   */
  assertScalar(scalars, scalarName, value, msg) {
    if (value > 0) {
      Assert.equal(scalars[scalarName], value, msg);
      return;
    }
    Assert.ok(!(scalarName in scalars), scalarName + " must not be reported.");
  },

  /**
   * Asserts if the snapshotted keyed scalars contain the expected
   * data.
   *
   * @param {Object} scalars The snapshot of the keyed scalars.
   * @param {String} scalarName The name of the keyed scalar to check.
   * @param {String} key The key that must be within the keyed scalar.
   * @param {String|Boolean|Number} expectedValue The expected value for the
   *        provided key in the scalar.
   */
  assertKeyedScalar(scalars, scalarName, key, expectedValue) {
    Assert.ok(scalarName in scalars, scalarName + " must be recorded.");
    Assert.ok(
      key in scalars[scalarName],
      scalarName + " must contain the '" + key + "' key."
    );
    Assert.equal(
      scalars[scalarName][key],
      expectedValue,
      scalarName + "['" + key + "'] must contain the expected value"
    );
  },

  /**
   * Returns a snapshot of scalars from the specified process.
   *
   * @param {String} aProcessName Name of the process. Could be parent or
   *   something else.
   * @param {boolean} [aKeyed] Set to true if keyed scalars rather than normal
   *   scalars should be snapshotted.
   * @param {boolean} [aClear] Set to true to clear the scalars once the snapshot
   *   has been obtained.
   * @param {Number} aChannel The channel dataset type from nsITelemetry.
   * @returns {Object} The snapshotted scalars from the parent process.
   */
  getProcessScalars(
    aProcessName,
    aKeyed = false,
    aClear = false,
    aChannel = Ci.nsITelemetry.DATASET_PRERELEASE_CHANNELS
  ) {
    const extended = aChannel == Ci.nsITelemetry.DATASET_PRERELEASE_CHANNELS;
    const currentExtended = Services.telemetry.canRecordExtended;
    Services.telemetry.canRecordExtended = extended;
    const scalars = aKeyed
      ? Services.telemetry.getSnapshotForKeyedScalars("main", aClear)[
          aProcessName
        ]
      : Services.telemetry.getSnapshotForScalars("main", aClear)[aProcessName];
    Services.telemetry.canRecordExtended = currentExtended;
    return scalars || {};
  },

  /* Events */

  /**
   * Asserts that the number of events, after filtering, is equal to numEvents.
   *
   * @param {Number} numEvents The number of events to assert.
   * @param {Object} filter As per assertEvents.
   * @param {Object} options As per assertEvents.
   */
  assertNumberOfEvents(numEvents, filter, options) {
    // Create an array of empty objects of length numEvents
    TelemetryTestUtils.assertEvents(
      Array.from({ length: numEvents }, () => ({})),
      filter,
      options
    );
  },

  /**
   * Asserts that, after optional filtering, the current events snapshot
   * matches expectedEvents.
   *
   * @param {Array} expectedEvents An array of event structures of the form
   *                [category, method, object, value, extra]
   *                or the same as an object with fields named as above.
   *                The array can be empty to assert that there are no events
   *                that match the filter.
   *                Each field can be absent/undefined (to match
   *                everything), a string or null (to match that value), a
   *                RegExp to match what it can match, or a function which
   *                matches by returning true when called with the field.
   *                `extra` is slightly different. If present it must be an
   *                object whose fields are treated the same way as the others.
   * @param {Object} filter An object of strings or RegExps for first filtering
   *                 the event snapshot. Of the form {category, method, object}.
   *                 Absent filters filter nothing.
   * @param {Object} options An object containing any of
   *                     - clear {bool} clear events. Default true.
   *                     - process {string} the process to examine. Default parent.
   */
  assertEvents(
    expectedEvents,
    filter = {},
    { clear = true, process = "parent" } = {}
  ) {
    // Step 0: Snapshot and clear.
    let snapshots = Services.telemetry.snapshotEvents(
      Ci.nsITelemetry.DATASET_PRERELEASE_CHANNELS,
      clear
    );
    if (expectedEvents.length === 0 && !(process in snapshots)) {
      // Job's done!
      return;
    }
    Assert.ok(
      process in snapshots,
      `${process} must be in snapshot. Has [${Object.keys(snapshots)}].`
    );
    let snapshot = snapshots[process];

    // Step 1: Filter.
    let {
      category: filterCategory,
      method: filterMethod,
      object: filterObject,
    } = filter;
    let matches = (expected, actual) => {
      if (expected === undefined) {
        return true;
      } else if (expected && expected.test) {
        // Possibly a RegExp.
        return expected.test(actual);
      } else if (typeof expected === "function") {
        return expected(actual);
      }
      return expected === actual;
    };

    let filtered = snapshot
      .map(([, /* timestamp */ category, method, object, value, extra]) => {
        // We don't care about the `timestamp` value.
        // Tests that examine that value should use `snapshotEvents` directly.
        return [category, method, object, value, extra];
      })
      .filter(([category, method, object]) => {
        return (
          matches(filterCategory, category) &&
          matches(filterMethod, method) &&
          matches(filterObject, object)
        );
      });

    // Step 2: Match.
    Assert.equal(
      filtered.length,
      expectedEvents.length,
      "After filtering we must have the expected number of events."
    );
    if (expectedEvents.length === 0) {
      // Job's done!
      return;
    }

    // Transform object-type expected events to array-type to match snapshot.
    if (!Array.isArray(expectedEvents[0])) {
      expectedEvents = expectedEvents.map(
        ({ category, method, object, value, extra }) => [
          category,
          method,
          object,
          value,
          extra,
        ]
      );
    }

    const FIELD_NAMES = ["category", "method", "object", "value", "extra"];
    const EXTRA_INDEX = 4;
    for (let i = 0; i < expectedEvents.length; ++i) {
      let expected = expectedEvents[i];
      let actual = filtered[i];

      // Match everything up to `extra`
      for (let j = 0; j < EXTRA_INDEX; ++j) {
        if (expected[j] === undefined) {
          // Don't spam the assert log with unspecified fields.
          continue;
        }
        Assert.report(
          !matches(expected[j], actual[j]),
          actual[j],
          expected[j],
          `${FIELD_NAMES[j]} in event ${actual[0]}#${actual[1]}#${actual[2]} must match.`,
          "matches"
        );
      }

      // Match extra
      if (
        expected.length > EXTRA_INDEX &&
        expected[EXTRA_INDEX] !== undefined
      ) {
        Assert.ok(
          actual.length > EXTRA_INDEX,
          `Actual event ${actual[0]}#${actual[1]}#${actual[2]} expected to have extra.`
        );
        let expectedExtra = expected[EXTRA_INDEX];
        let actualExtra = actual[EXTRA_INDEX];
        for (let [key, value] of Object.entries(expectedExtra)) {
          Assert.ok(
            key in actualExtra,
            `Expected key ${key} must be in actual extra. Actual keys: [${Object.keys(
              actualExtra
            )}].`
          );
          Assert.report(
            !matches(value, actualExtra[key]),
            actualExtra[key],
            value,
            `extra[${key}] must match in event ${actual[0]}#${actual[1]}#${actual[2]}.`,
            "matches"
          );
        }
      }
    }
  },

  /* Histograms */

  /**
   * Clear and get the named histogram.
   *
   * @param {String} name The name of the histogram
   * @returns {Object} The obtained histogram.
   */
  getAndClearHistogram(name) {
    let histogram = Services.telemetry.getHistogramById(name);
    histogram.clear();
    return histogram;
  },

  /**
   * Clear and get the named keyed histogram.
   *
   * @param {String} name The name of the keyed histogram
   * @returns {Object} The obtained keyed histogram.
   */
  getAndClearKeyedHistogram(name) {
    let histogram = Services.telemetry.getKeyedHistogramById(name);
    histogram.clear();
    return histogram;
  },

  /**
   * Assert that the histogram index is the right value. It expects that
   * other indexes are all zero.
   *
   * @param {Object} histogram The histogram to check.
   * @param {Number} index The index to check against the expected value.
   * @param {Number} expected The expected value of the index.
   */
  assertHistogram(histogram, index, expected) {
    const snapshot = histogram.snapshot();
    let found = false;
    for (let [i, val] of Object.entries(snapshot.values)) {
      if (i == index) {
        found = true;
        Assert.equal(
          val,
          expected,
          `expected counts should match for ${histogram.name()} at index ${i}`
        );
      } else {
        Assert.equal(
          val,
          0,
          `unexpected counts should be zero for ${histogram.name()} at index ${i}`
        );
      }
    }
    Assert.ok(
      found,
      `Should have found an entry for ${histogram.name()} at index ${index}`
    );
  },

  /**
   * Assert that a key within a keyed histogram contains the required sum.
   *
   * @param {Object} histogram The keyed histogram to check.
   * @param {String} key The key to check.
   * @param {Number} [expected] The expected sum for the key.
   */
  assertKeyedHistogramSum(histogram, key, expected) {
    const snapshot = histogram.snapshot();
    if (expected === undefined) {
      Assert.ok(
        !(key in snapshot),
        `The histogram ${histogram.name()} must not contain ${key}.`
      );
      return;
    }
    Assert.ok(
      key in snapshot,
      `The histogram ${histogram.name()} must contain ${key}.`
    );
    Assert.equal(
      snapshot[key].sum,
      expected,
      `The key ${key} must contain the expected sum in ${histogram.name()}.`
    );
  },

  /**
   * Assert that the value of a key within a keyed histogram is the right value.
   * It expects that other values are all zero.
   *
   * @param {Object} histogram The keyed histogram to check.
   * @param {String} key The key to check.
   * @param {Number} index The index to check against the expected value.
   * @param {Number} [expected] The expected values for the key.
   */
  assertKeyedHistogramValue(histogram, key, index, expected) {
    const snapshot = histogram.snapshot();
    if (!(key in snapshot)) {
      Assert.ok(false, `The histogram ${histogram.name()} must contain ${key}`);
      return;
    }
    for (let [i, val] of Object.entries(snapshot[key].values)) {
      if (i == index) {
        Assert.equal(
          val,
          expected,
          `expected counts should match for ${histogram.name()} at index ${i}`
        );
      } else {
        Assert.equal(
          val,
          0,
          `unexpected counts should be zero for ${histogram.name()} at index ${i}`
        );
      }
    }
  },
};