build/mobile/devicemanager.py
author Clint Talbert <ctalbert@mozilla.com>
Thu, 13 Jan 2011 12:00:23 -0600
changeset 60453 1511d70f1e4229732089b14b95b46626a93cdf46
parent 59425 c6f86b5978e785136955204f24be6b8ed610f47c
child 61945 5a4ab9b3fd2ffac5712a894aa22b4ebae4eb5f05
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 624001 Update android devicemanager with better error handling r=jmaher,mcote a=NPOTB

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import socket
import SocketServer
import time, datetime
import os
import re
import hashlib
import subprocess
from threading import Thread
import traceback
import sys

class FileError(Exception):
  " Signifies an error which occurs while doing a file operation."

  def __init__(self, msg = ''):
    self.msg = msg

  def __str__(self):
    return self.msg

class DMError(Exception):
  "generic devicemanager exception."

  def __init__(self, msg= ''):
    self.msg = msg

  def __str__(self):
    return self.msg


class DeviceManager:
  host = ''
  port = 0
  debug = 2 
  retries = 0
  tempRoot = os.getcwd()
  base_prompt = '$>'
  base_prompt_re = '\$\>'
  prompt_sep = '\x00'
  prompt_regex = '.*(' + base_prompt_re + prompt_sep + ')'
  agentErrorRE = re.compile('^##AGENT-WARNING##.*')

  # TODO: member variable to indicate error conditions.
  # This should be set to a standard error from the errno module.
  # So, for example, when an error occurs because of a missing file/directory,
  # before returning, the function would do something like 'self.error = errno.ENOENT'.
  # The error would be set where appropriate--so sendCMD() could set socket errors,
  # pushFile() and other file-related commands could set filesystem errors, etc.

  def __init__(self, host, port = 20701, retrylimit = 5):
    self.host = host
    self.port = port
    self.retrylimit = retrylimit
    self.retries = 0
    self._sock = None
    self.getDeviceRoot()

  def cmdNeedsResponse(self, cmd):
    """ Not all commands need a response from the agent:
        * if the cmd matches the pushRE then it is the first half of push
          and therefore we want to wait until the second half before looking
          for a response
        * rebt obviously doesn't get a response
        * uninstall performs a reboot to ensure starting in a clean state and
          so also doesn't look for a response
    """
    noResponseCmds = [re.compile('^push .*$'),
                      re.compile('^rebt'),
                      re.compile('^uninst .*$'),
                      re.compile('^pull .*$')]

    for c in noResponseCmds:
      if (c.match(cmd)):
        return False
    
    # If the command is not in our list, then it gets a response
    return True

  def shouldCmdCloseSocket(self, cmd):
    """ Some commands need to close the socket after they are sent:
    * push
    * rebt
    * uninst
    * quit
    """
    
    socketClosingCmds = [re.compile('^push .*$'),
                         re.compile('^quit.*'),
                         re.compile('^rebt.*'),
                         re.compile('^uninst .*$')]

    for c in socketClosingCmds:
      if (c.match(cmd)):
        return True

    return False

  # convenience function to enable checks for agent errors
  def verifySendCMD(self, cmdline, newline = True):
    return self.sendCMD(cmdline, newline, False)


  #
  # create a wrapper for sendCMD that loops up to self.retrylimit iterations.
  # this allows us to move the retry logic outside of the _doCMD() to make it 
  # easier for debugging in the future.
  # note that since cmdline is a list of commands, they will all be retried if
  # one fails.  this is necessary in particular for pushFile(), where we don't want
  # to accidentally send extra data if a failure occurs during data transmission.
  #
  def sendCMD(self, cmdline, newline = True, ignoreAgentErrors = True):
    done = False
    while (not done):
      retVal = self._doCMD(cmdline, newline)
      if (retVal is None):
        self.retries += 1
      else:
        self.retries = 0
        if ignoreAgentErrors == False:
          if (self.agentErrorRE.match(retVal)):
            raise DMError("error on the agent executing '%s'" % cmdline)
        return retVal

      if (self.retries >= self.retrylimit):
        done = True

    raise DMError("unable to connect to %s after %s attempts" % (self.host, self.retrylimit))        

  def _doCMD(self, cmdline, newline = True):
    promptre = re.compile(self.prompt_regex + '$')
    data = ""
    shouldCloseSocket = False
    recvGuard = 1000

    if (self._sock == None):
      try:
        if (self.debug >= 1):
          print "reconnecting socket"
        self._sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
      except:
        self._sock = None
        if (self.debug >= 2):
          print "unable to create socket"
        return None
      
      try:
        self._sock.connect((self.host, int(self.port)))
        self._sock.recv(1024)
      except:
        self._sock.close()
        self._sock = None
        if (self.debug >= 2):
          print "unable to connect socket"
        return None
    
    for cmd in cmdline:
      if newline: cmd += '\r\n'
      
      try:
        numbytes = self._sock.send(cmd)
        if (numbytes != len(cmd)):
          print "ERROR: our cmd was " + str(len(cmd)) + " bytes and we only sent " + str(numbytes)
          return None
        if (self.debug >= 4): print "send cmd: " + str(cmd)
      except:
        self._sock.close()
        self._sock = None
        return None
      
      # Check if the command should close the socket
      shouldCloseSocket = self.shouldCmdCloseSocket(cmd)

      # Handle responses from commands
      if (self.cmdNeedsResponse(cmd)):
        found = False
        loopguard = 0

        while (found == False and (loopguard < recvGuard)):
          temp = ''
          if (self.debug >= 4): print "recv'ing..."

          # Get our response
          try:
            temp = self._sock.recv(1024)
            if (self.debug >= 4): print "response: " + str(temp)
          except:
            self._sock.close()
            self._sock = None
            return None

          # If something goes wrong in the agent it will send back a string that
          # starts with '##AGENT-ERROR##'
          if (self.agentErrorRE.match(temp)):
            data = temp
            break

          lines = temp.split('\n')

          for line in lines:
            if (promptre.match(line)):
              found = True
          data += temp

          # If we violently lose the connection to the device, this loop tends to spin,
          # this guard prevents that
          if (temp == ''):
            loopguard += 1

    if (shouldCloseSocket == True):
      try:
        self._sock.close()
        self._sock = None
      except:
        self._sock = None
        return None

    return data
  
  # internal function
  # take a data blob and strip instances of the prompt '$>\x00'
  def stripPrompt(self, data):
    promptre = re.compile(self.prompt_regex + '.*')
    retVal = []
    lines = data.split('\n')
    for line in lines:
      try:
        while (promptre.match(line)):
          pieces = line.split(self.prompt_sep)
          index = pieces.index('$>')
          pieces.pop(index)
          line = self.prompt_sep.join(pieces)
      except(ValueError):
        pass
      retVal.append(line)

    return '\n'.join(retVal)
  

  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: True
  #  failure: False
  def pushFile(self, localname, destname):
    if (self.debug >= 3): print "in push file with: " + localname + ", and: " + destname
    if (self.validateFile(destname, localname) == True):
      if (self.debug >= 3): print "files are validated"
      return True

    if self.mkDirs(destname) == None:
      print "unable to make dirs: " + destname
      return False

    if (self.debug >= 3): print "sending: push " + destname
    
    filesize = os.path.getsize(localname)
    f = open(localname, 'rb')
    data = f.read()
    f.close()

    try:
      retVal = self.verifySendCMD(['push ' + destname + ' ' + str(filesize) + '\r\n', data], newline = False)
    except(DMError):
      retVal = False
  
    if (self.debug >= 3): print "push returned: " + str(retVal)

    validated = False
    if (retVal):
      retline = self.stripPrompt(retVal).strip() 
      if (retline == None):
        # Then we failed to get back a hash from agent, try manual validation
        validated = self.validateFile(destname, localname)
      else:
        # Then we obtained a hash from push
        localHash = self.getLocalHash(localname)
        if (str(localHash) == str(retline)):
          validated = True
    else:
      # We got nothing back from sendCMD, try manual validation
      validated = self.validateFile(destname, localname)

    if (validated):
      if (self.debug >= 3): print "Push File Validated!"
      return True
    else:
      if (self.debug >= 2): print "Push File Failed to Validate!"
      return False
  
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: directory name
  #  failure: None
  def mkDir(self, name):
    if (self.dirExists(name)):
      return name
    else:
      try:
        retVal = self.verifySendCMD(['mkdr ' + name])
      except(DMError):
        retVal = None
      return retVal

  # make directory structure on the device
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: directory structure that we created
  #  failure: None
  def mkDirs(self, filename):
    parts = filename.split('/')
    name = ""
    for part in parts:
      if (part == parts[-1]): break
      if (part != ""):
        name += '/' + part
        if (self.mkDir(name) == None):
          print "failed making directory: " + str(name)
          return None
    return name

  # push localDir from host to remoteDir on the device
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: remoteDir
  #  failure: None
  def pushDir(self, localDir, remoteDir):
    if (self.debug >= 2): print "pushing directory: %s to %s" % (localDir, remoteDir)
    for root, dirs, files in os.walk(localDir):
      parts = root.split(localDir)
      for file in files:
        remoteRoot = remoteDir + '/' + parts[1]
        remoteName = remoteRoot + '/' + file
        if (parts[1] == ""): remoteRoot = remoteDir
        if (self.pushFile(os.path.join(root, file), remoteName) == False):
          # retry once
          self.removeFile(remoteName)
          if (self.pushFile(os.path.join(root, file), remoteName) == False):
            return None
    return remoteDir

  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: True
  #  failure: False
  def dirExists(self, dirname):
    match = ".*" + dirname + "$"
    dirre = re.compile(match)
    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD(['cd ' + dirname, 'cwd'])
    except(DMError):
      return False

    retVal = self.stripPrompt(data)
    data = retVal.split('\n')
    found = False
    for d in data:
      if (dirre.match(d)): 
        found = True

    return found

  # Because we always have / style paths we make this a lot easier with some
  # assumptions
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: True
  #  failure: False
  def fileExists(self, filepath):
    s = filepath.split('/')
    containingpath = '/'.join(s[:-1])
    listfiles = self.listFiles(containingpath)
    for f in listfiles:
      if (f == s[-1]):
        return True
    return False

  # list files on the device, requires cd to directory first
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: array of filenames, ['file1', 'file2', ...]
  #  failure: []
  def listFiles(self, rootdir):
    rootdir = rootdir.rstrip('/')
    if (self.dirExists(rootdir) == False):
      return []
    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD(['cd ' + rootdir, 'ls'])
    except(DMError):
      return []

    retVal = self.stripPrompt(data)
    files = filter(lambda x: x, retVal.split('\n'))
    if len(files) == 1 and files[0] == '<empty>':
      # special case on the agent: empty directories return just the string "<empty>"
      return []
    return files

  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: output of telnet, i.e. "removing file: /mnt/sdcard/tests/test.txt"
  #  failure: None
  def removeFile(self, filename):
    if (self.debug>= 2): print "removing file: " + filename
    try:
      retVal = self.verifySendCMD(['rm ' + filename])
    except(DMError):
      return None

    return retVal
  
  # does a recursive delete of directory on the device: rm -Rf remoteDir
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: output of telnet, i.e. "removing file: /mnt/sdcard/tests/test.txt"
  #  failure: None
  def removeDir(self, remoteDir):
    try:
      retVal = self.verifySendCMD(['rmdr ' + remoteDir])
    except(DMError):
      return None

    return retVal

  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: array of process tuples
  #  failure: []
  def getProcessList(self):
    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD(['ps'])
    except DMError:
      return []

    retVal = self.stripPrompt(data)
    lines = retVal.split('\n')
    files = []
    for line in lines:
      if (line.strip() != ''):
        pidproc = line.strip().split()
        if (len(pidproc) == 2):
          files += [[pidproc[0], pidproc[1]]]
        elif (len(pidproc) == 3):
          #android returns <userID> <procID> <procName>
          files += [[pidproc[1], pidproc[2], pidproc[0]]]     
    return files

  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: pid
  #  failure: None
  def fireProcess(self, appname):
    if (self.debug >= 2): print "FIRE PROC: '" + appname + "'"
    
    if (self.processExist(appname) != None):
      print "WARNING: process %s appears to be running already\n" % appname
    
    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD(['exec ' + appname])
    except(DMError):
      return None

    # wait up to 30 seconds for process to start up
    timeslept = 0
    while (timeslept <= 30):
      process = self.processExist(appname)
      if (self.process is not None):
        break
      time.sleep(3)
      timeslept += 3

    if (self.debug >= 4): print "got pid: %s for process: %s" % (process, appname)
    return process

  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: output filename
  #  failure: None
  def launchProcess(self, cmd, outputFile = "process.txt", cwd = '', env = ''):
    cmdline = subprocess.list2cmdline(cmd)
    if (outputFile == "process.txt" or outputFile == None):
      outputFile = self.getDeviceRoot();
      if outputFile is None:
        return None
      outputFile += "/process.txt"
      cmdline += " > " + outputFile
    
    # Prepend our env to the command 
    cmdline = '%s %s' % (self.formatEnvString(env), cmdline)

    if self.fireProcess(cmdline) is None:
      return None
    return outputFile
  
  # loops until 'process' has exited or 'timeout' seconds is reached
  # loop sleeps for 'interval' seconds between iterations
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: [file contents, None]
  #  failure: [None, None]
  def communicate(self, process, timeout = 600, interval = 5):
    timed_out = True
    if (timeout > 0):
      total_time = 0
      while total_time < timeout:
        time.sleep(interval)
        if self.processExist(process) == None:
          timed_out = False
          break
        total_time += interval

    if (timed_out == True):
      return [None, None]

    return [self.getFile(process, "temp.txt"), None]

  # iterates process list and returns pid if exists, otherwise None
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: pid
  #  failure: None
  def processExist(self, appname):
    pid = None

    #remove the environment variables in the cli if they exist
    parts = filter(lambda x: x != '', appname.split(' '))

    if len(parts[0].strip('"').split('=')) > 1:
      appname = ' '.join(parts[1:])
  
    pieces = appname.split(' ')
    parts = pieces[0].split('/')
    app = parts[-1]
    procre = re.compile('.*' + app + '.*')

    procList = self.getProcessList()
    if (procList == []):
      return None
      
    for proc in procList:
      if (procre.match(proc[1])):
        pid = proc[0]
        break
    return pid

  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: output from testagent
  #  failure: None
  def killProcess(self, appname):
    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD(['kill ' + appname])
    except(DMError):
      return None

    return data

  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: tmpdir, string
  #  failure: None
  def getTempDir(self):
    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD(['tmpd'])
    except(DMError):
      return None

    return self.stripPrompt(data).strip('\n')

  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: filecontents
  #  failure: None
  def catFile(self, remoteFile):
    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD(['cat ' + remoteFile])
    except(DMError):
      return None

    return self.stripPrompt(data)
  
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: output of pullfile, string
  #  failure: None
  def pullFile(self, remoteFile):
    """Returns contents of remoteFile using the "pull" command.
    The "pull" command is different from other commands in that DeviceManager
    has to read a certain number of bytes instead of just reading to the
    next prompt.  This is more robust than the "cat" command, which will be
    confused if the prompt string exists within the file being catted.
    However it means we can't use the response-handling logic in sendCMD().
    """
    
    def err(error_msg):
        err_str = 'error returned from pull: %s' % error_msg
        print err_str
        self._sock = None
        raise FileError(err_str) 

    # FIXME: We could possibly move these socket-reading functions up to
    # the class level if we wanted to refactor sendCMD().  For now they are
    # only used to pull files.
    
    def uread(to_recv, error_msg):
      """ unbuffered read """
      try:
        data = self._sock.recv(to_recv)
        if not data:
          err(error_msg)
          return None
        return data
      except:
        err(error_msg)
        return None

    def read_until_char(c, buffer, error_msg):
      """ read until 'c' is found; buffer rest """
      while not '\n' in buffer:
        data = uread(1024, error_msg)
        if data == None:
          err(error_msg)
          return ('', '', '')
        buffer += data
      return buffer.partition(c)

    def read_exact(total_to_recv, buffer, error_msg):
      """ read exact number of 'total_to_recv' bytes """
      while len(buffer) < total_to_recv:
        to_recv = min(total_to_recv - len(buffer), 1024)
        data = uread(to_recv, error_msg)
        if data == None:
          return None
        buffer += data
      return buffer

    prompt = self.base_prompt + self.prompt_sep
    buffer = ''
    
    # expected return value:
    # <filename>,<filesize>\n<filedata>
    # or, if error,
    # <filename>,-1\n<error message>
    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD(['pull ' + remoteFile])
    except(DMError):
      return None

    # read metadata; buffer the rest
    metadata, sep, buffer = read_until_char('\n', buffer, 'could not find metadata')
    if not metadata:
      return None
    if self.debug >= 3:
      print 'metadata: %s' % metadata

    filename, sep, filesizestr = metadata.partition(',')
    if sep == '':
      err('could not find file size in returned metadata')
      return None
    try:
        filesize = int(filesizestr)
    except ValueError:
      err('invalid file size in returned metadata')
      return None

    if filesize == -1:
      # read error message
      error_str, sep, buffer = read_until_char('\n', buffer, 'could not find error message')
      if not error_str:
        return None
      # prompt should follow
      read_exact(len(prompt), buffer, 'could not find prompt')
      print 'DeviceManager: error pulling file: %s' % error_str
      return None

    # read file data
    total_to_recv = filesize + len(prompt)
    buffer = read_exact(total_to_recv, buffer, 'could not get all file data')
    if buffer == None:
      return None
    if buffer[-len(prompt):] != prompt:
      err('no prompt found after file data--DeviceManager may be out of sync with agent')
      return buffer
    return buffer[:-len(prompt)]

  # copy file from device (remoteFile) to host (localFile)
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: output of pullfile, string
  #  failure: None
  def getFile(self, remoteFile, localFile = ''):
    if localFile == '':
      localFile = os.path.join(self.tempRoot, "temp.txt")
  
    retVal = self.pullFile(remoteFile)
    if (retVal is None):
      return None

    fhandle = open(localFile, 'wb')
    fhandle.write(retVal)
    fhandle.close()
    if not self.validateFile(remoteFile, localFile):
      print 'failed to validate file when downloading %s!' % remoteFile
      return None
    return retVal

  # copy directory structure from device (remoteDir) to host (localDir)
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: list of files, string
  #  failure: None
  def getDirectory(self, remoteDir, localDir):
    if (self.debug >= 2): print "getting files in '" + remoteDir + "'"
    filelist = self.listFiles(remoteDir)
    if (filelist == []):
      return None
    if (self.debug >= 3): print filelist
    if not os.path.exists(localDir):
      os.makedirs(localDir)

    for f in filelist:
      if f == '.' or f == '..':
        continue
      remotePath = remoteDir + '/' + f
      localPath = os.path.join(localDir, f)
      try:
        is_dir = self.isDir(remotePath)
      except FileError:
        print 'isdir failed on file "%s"; continuing anyway...' % remotePath
        continue
      if is_dir:
        if (self.getDirectory(remotePath, localPath) == None):
          print 'failed to get directory "%s"' % remotePath
          return None
      else:
        # It's sometimes acceptable to have getFile() return None, such as
        # when the agent encounters broken symlinks.
        # FIXME: This should be improved so we know when a file transfer really
        # failed.
        if self.getFile(remotePath, localPath) == None:
          print 'failed to get file "%s"; continuing anyway...' % remotePath 
    return filelist

  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: True
  #  failure: False
  #  Throws a FileError exception when null (invalid dir/filename)
  def isDir(self, remotePath):
    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD(['isdir ' + remotePath])
    except(DMError):
      data = None

    retVal = self.stripPrompt(data).strip()
    if not retVal:
      raise FileError('isdir returned null')
    return retVal == 'TRUE'

  # true/false check if the two files have the same md5 sum
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: True
  #  failure: False
  def validateFile(self, remoteFile, localFile):
    remoteHash = self.getRemoteHash(remoteFile)
    localHash = self.getLocalHash(localFile)

    if (remoteHash == None):
      return False

    if (remoteHash == localHash):
      return True

    return False
  
  # return the md5 sum of a remote file
  # internal function
  # returns:
  #  success: MD5 hash for given filename
  #  failure: None
  def getRemoteHash(self, filename):
    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD(['hash ' + filename])
    except(DMError):
      return None

    retVal = self.stripPrompt(data)
    if (retVal != None):
      retVal = retVal.strip('\n')
    if (self.debug >= 3): print "remote hash returned: '" + retVal + "'"
    return retVal
    
  # return the md5 sum of a file on the host
  # internal function
  # returns:
  #  success: MD5 hash for given filename
  #  failure: None
  def getLocalHash(self, filename):
    file = open(filename, 'rb')
    if (file == None):
      return None

    try:
      mdsum = hashlib.md5()
    except:
      return None

    while 1:
      data = file.read(1024)
      if not data:
        break
      mdsum.update(data)

    file.close()
    hexval = mdsum.hexdigest()
    if (self.debug >= 3): print "local hash returned: '" + hexval + "'"
    return hexval

  # Gets the device root for the testing area on the device
  # For all devices we will use / type slashes and depend on the device-agent
  # to sort those out.  The agent will return us the device location where we
  # should store things, we will then create our /tests structure relative to
  # that returned path.
  # Structure on the device is as follows:
  # /tests
  #       /<fennec>|<firefox>  --> approot
  #       /profile
  #       /xpcshell
  #       /reftest
  #       /mochitest
  #
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: path for device root
  #  failure: None
  def getDeviceRoot(self):
    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD(['testroot'])
    except:
      return None
  
    deviceRoot = self.stripPrompt(data).strip('\n') + '/tests'

    if (not self.dirExists(deviceRoot)):
      if (self.mkDir(deviceRoot) == None):
        return None

    return deviceRoot

  # Either we will have /tests/fennec or /tests/firefox but we will never have
  # both.  Return the one that exists
  # TODO: ensure we can support org.mozilla.firefox
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: path for app root
  #  failure: None
  def getAppRoot(self):
    devroot = self.getDeviceRoot()
    if (devroot == None):
      return None

    if (self.dirExists(devroot + '/fennec')):
      return devroot + '/fennec'
    elif (self.dirExists(devroot + '/firefox')):
      return devroot + '/firefox'
    elif (self.dirExsts('/data/data/org.mozilla.fennec')):
      return 'org.mozilla.fennec'
    elif (self.dirExists('/data/data/org.mozilla.firefox')):
      return 'org.mozilla.firefox'

    # Failure (either not installed or not a recognized platform)
    return None

  # Gets the directory location on the device for a specific test type
  # Type is one of: xpcshell|reftest|mochitest
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: path for test root
  #  failure: None
  def getTestRoot(self, type):
    devroot = self.getDeviceRoot()
    if (devroot == None):
      return None

    if (re.search('xpcshell', type, re.I)):
      self.testRoot = devroot + '/xpcshell'
    elif (re.search('?(i)reftest', type)):
      self.testRoot = devroot + '/reftest'
    elif (re.search('?(i)mochitest', type)):
      self.testRoot = devroot + '/mochitest'
    return self.testRoot

  # Sends a specific process ID a signal code and action.
  # For Example: SIGINT and SIGDFL to process x
  def signal(self, processID, signalType, signalAction):
    # currently not implemented in device agent - todo
    pass

  # Get a return code from process ending -- needs support on device-agent
  def getReturnCode(self, processID):
    # TODO: make this real
    return 0

  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: output of unzip command
  #  failure: None
  def unpackFile(self, filename):
    devroot = self.getDeviceRoot()
    if (devroot == None):
      return None

    dir = ''
    parts = filename.split('/')
    if (len(parts) > 1):
      if self.fileExists(filename):
        dir = '/'.join(parts[:-1])
    elif self.fileExists('/' + filename):
      dir = '/' + filename
    elif self.fileExists(devroot + '/' + filename):
      dir = devroot + '/' + filename
    else:
      return None

    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD(['cd ' + dir, 'unzp ' + filename])
    except(DMError):
      return None

    return data

  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: status from test agent
  #  failure: None
  def reboot(self):
    cmd = 'rebt'

    if (self.debug > 3): print "INFO: sending rebt command"
    
    try:
      status = self.verifySendCMD([cmd])
    except DMError:
      return None

    if (self.debug > 3): print "INFO: rebt- got status back: " + str(status)
    return status

  # validate localDir from host to remoteDir on the device
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: True
  #  failure: False
  def validateDir(self, localDir, remoteDir):
    if (self.debug >= 2): print "validating directory: " + localDir + " to " + remoteDir
    for root, dirs, files in os.walk(localDir):
      parts = root.split(localDir)
      for file in files:
        remoteRoot = remoteDir + '/' + parts[1]
        remoteRoot = remoteRoot.replace('/', '/')
        if (parts[1] == ""): remoteRoot = remoteDir
        remoteName = remoteRoot + '/' + file
        if (self.validateFile(remoteName, os.path.join(root, file)) <> True):
            return False
    return True

  # Returns information about the device:
  # Directive indicates the information you want to get, your choices are:
  # os - name of the os
  # id - unique id of the device
  # uptime - uptime of the device
  # systime - system time of the device
  # screen - screen resolution
  # memory - memory stats
  # process - list of running processes (same as ps)
  # disk - total, free, available bytes on disk
  # power - power status (charge, battery temp)
  # all - all of them - or call it with no parameters to get all the information
  # returns:
  #   success: dict of info strings by directive name
  #   failure: {}
  def getInfo(self, directive=None):
    data = None
    result = {}
    collapseSpaces = re.compile('  +')

    directives = ['os', 'id','uptime','systime','screen','memory','process',
                  'disk','power']
    if (directive in directives):
      directives = [directive]

    for d in directives:
      data = self.verifySendCMD(['info ' + d])
      if (data is None):
        continue
      data = self.stripPrompt(data)
      data = collapseSpaces.sub(' ', data)
      result[d] = data.split('\n')

    # Get rid of any 0 length members of the arrays
    for k, v in result.iteritems():
      result[k] = filter(lambda x: x != '', result[k])
    
    # Format the process output
    if 'process' in result:
      proclist = []
      for l in result['process']:
        if l:
          proclist.append(l.split('\t'))
      result['process'] = proclist

    print "results: " + str(result)
    return result

  """
  Installs the application onto the device
  Application bundle - path to the application bundle on the device
  Destination - destination directory of where application should be
                installed to (optional)
  Returns None for success, or output if known failure
  """
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: output from agent for inst command
  #  failure: None
  def installApp(self, appBundlePath, destPath=None):
    cmd = 'inst ' + appBundlePath
    if destPath:
      cmd += ' ' + destPath
    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD([cmd])
    except(DMError):
      return None

    f = re.compile('Failure')
    for line in data.split():
      if (f.match(line)):
        return data
    return None

  """
  Uninstalls the named application from device and causes a reboot.
  Takes an optional argument of installation path - the path to where the application
  was installed.
  Returns True, but it doesn't mean anything other than the command was sent,
  the reboot happens and we don't know if this succeeds or not.
  """
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: True
  #  failure: None
  def uninstallAppAndReboot(self, appName, installPath=None):
    cmd = 'uninst ' + appName
    if installPath:
      cmd += ' ' + installPath
    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD([cmd])
    except(DMError):
      return None

    if (self.debug > 3): print "uninstallAppAndReboot: " + str(data)
    return True

  """
  Updates the application on the device.
  Application bundle - path to the application bundle on the device
  Process name of application - used to end the process if the applicaiton is
                                currently running
  Destination - Destination directory to where the application should be
                installed (optional)
  ipAddr - IP address to await a callback ping to let us know that the device has updated
           properly - defaults to current IP.
  port - port to await a callback ping to let us know that the device has updated properly
         defaults to 30000, and counts up from there if it finds a conflict
  Returns True if succeeds, False if not
  """
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: text status from command or callback server
  #  failure: None
  def updateApp(self, appBundlePath, processName=None, destPath=None, ipAddr=None, port=30000):
    status = None
    cmd = 'updt '
    if (processName == None):
      # Then we pass '' for processName
      cmd += "'' " + appBundlePath
    else:
      cmd += processName + ' ' + appBundlePath

    if (destPath):
      cmd += " " + destPath

    if (self.debug > 3): print "INFO: updateApp using command: " + str(cmd)

    if (ipAddr is not None):
      ip, port = self.getCallbackIpAndPort(ipAddr, port)
      cmd += " %s %s" % (ip, port)
      # Set up our callback server
      callbacksvr = callbackServer(ip, port, self.debug)

    try:
      status = self.verifySendCMD([cmd])
    except(DMError):
      return None

    if ipAddr is not None:
      status = callbacksvr.disconnect()

    if (self.debug > 3): print "INFO: updateApp: got status back: " + str(status)

    return status

  """
    return the current time on the device
  """
  # external function
  # returns:
  #  success: time in ms
  #  failure: None
  def getCurrentTime(self):
    try:
      data = self.verifySendCMD(['clok'])
    except(DMError):
      return None

    return self.stripPrompt(data).strip('\n')

  """
    Connect the ipaddress and port for a callback ping.  Defaults to current IP address
    And ports starting at 30000.
    NOTE: the detection for current IP address only works on Linux!
  """
  def getCallbackIpAndPort(self, aIp, aPort):
    ip = aIp
    nettools = NetworkTools()
    if (ip == None):
      ip = nettools.getLanIp()
    if (aPort != None):
      port = nettools.findOpenPort(ip, aPort)
    else:
      port = nettools.findOpenPort(ip, 30000)
    return ip, port

  """
    Returns a properly formatted env string for the agent.
    Input - env, which is either None, '', or a dict
    Output - a quoted string of the form: '"envvar1=val1,envvar2=val2..."'
    If env is None or '' return '""' (empty quoted string)
  """
  def formatEnvString(self, env):
    if (env == None or env == ''):
      return '""'

    return '"%s"' % ','.join(map(lambda x: '%s=%s' % (x[0], x[1]), env.iteritems()))

gCallbackData = ''

class myServer(SocketServer.TCPServer):
  allow_reuse_address = True

class callbackServer():
  def __init__(self, ip, port, debuglevel):
    self.ip = ip
    self.port = port
    self.connected = False
    self.debug = debuglevel
    if (self.debug > 3) : print "Creating server with " + str(ip) + ":" + str(port)
    self.server = myServer((ip, port), self.myhandler)
    self.server_thread = Thread(target=self.server.serve_forever) 
    self.server_thread.setDaemon(True)
    self.server_thread.start()

  def disconnect(self, step = 60, timeout = 600):
    t = 0
    if (self.debug > 3): print "Calling disconnect on callback server"
    while t < timeout:
      if (gCallbackData):
        # Got the data back
        if (self.debug > 3): print "Got data back from agent: " + str(gCallbackData)
        break
      time.sleep(step)
      t += step

    try:
      if (self.debug > 3): print "Shutting down server now"
      self.server.shutdown()
    except:
      print "Unable to shutdown callback server - check for a connection on port: " + str(self.port)
    return gCallbackData

  class myhandler(SocketServer.BaseRequestHandler):
    def handle(self):
      global gCallbackData
      gCallbackData = self.request.recv(1024)
      #print "Callback Handler got data: " + str(gCallbackData)
      self.request.send("OK")
  
class NetworkTools:
  def __init__(self):
    pass

  # Utilities to get the local ip address
  def getInterfaceIp(self, ifname):
    if os.name != "nt":
      import fcntl
      import struct
      s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_DGRAM)
      return socket.inet_ntoa(fcntl.ioctl(
                              s.fileno(),
                              0x8915,  # SIOCGIFADDR
                              struct.pack('256s', ifname[:15])
                              )[20:24])
    else:
      return None

  def getLanIp(self):
    ip = socket.gethostbyname(socket.gethostname())
    if ip.startswith("127.") and os.name != "nt":
      interfaces = ["eth0","eth1","eth2","wlan0","wlan1","wifi0","ath0","ath1","ppp0"]
      for ifname in interfaces:
        try:
          ip = self.getInterfaceIp(ifname)
          break;
        except IOError:
          pass
    return ip

  # Gets an open port starting with the seed by incrementing by 1 each time
  def findOpenPort(self, ip, seed):
    try:
      s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
      s.setsockopt(socket.SOL_SOCKET, socket.SO_REUSEADDR, 1)
      connected = False
      if isinstance(seed, basestring):
        seed = int(seed)
      maxportnum = seed + 5000 # We will try at most 5000 ports to find an open one
      while not connected:
        try:
          s.bind((ip, seed))
          connected = True
          s.close()
          break
        except:          
          if seed > maxportnum:
            print "Could not find open port after checking 5000 ports"
          raise
        seed += 1
    except:
      print "Socket error trying to find open port"
        
    return seed