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#!/usr/bin/env python3
# Copyright (c) 2016 The Bitcoin Core developers
# Distributed under the MIT software license, see the accompanying
# file COPYING or http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php.
from test_framework.test_framework import BitcoinTestFramework
from test_framework.util import (start_nodes, start_node, assert_equal, bitcoind_processes)
def read_dump(file_name, addrs, hd_master_addr_old):
"""
Read the given dump, count the addrs that match, count change and reserve.
Also check that the old hd_master is inactive
"""
with open(file_name, encoding='utf8') as inputfile:
found_addr = 0
found_addr_chg = 0
found_addr_rsv = 0
hd_master_addr_ret = None
for line in inputfile:
# only read non comment lines
if line[0] != "#" and len(line) > 10:
# split out some data
key_label, comment = line.split("#")
# key = key_label.split(" ")[0]
keytype = key_label.split(" ")[2]
if len(comment) > 1:
addr_keypath = comment.split(" addr=")[1]
addr = addr_keypath.split(" ")[0]
keypath = None
if keytype == "inactivehdmaster=1":
# ensure the old master is still available
assert(hd_master_addr_old == addr)
elif keytype == "hdmaster=1":
# ensure we have generated a new hd master key
assert(hd_master_addr_old != addr)
hd_master_addr_ret = addr
else:
keypath = addr_keypath.rstrip().split("hdkeypath=")[1]
# count key types
for addrObj in addrs:
if addrObj['address'] == addr and addrObj['hdkeypath'] == keypath and keytype == "label=":
found_addr += 1
break
elif keytype == "change=1":
found_addr_chg += 1
break
elif keytype == "reserve=1":
found_addr_rsv += 1
break
return found_addr, found_addr_chg, found_addr_rsv, hd_master_addr_ret
class WalletDumpTest(BitcoinTestFramework):
def __init__(self):
super().__init__()
self.setup_clean_chain = False
self.num_nodes = 1
self.extra_args = [["-keypool=90"]]
def setup_network(self, split=False):
[qa] Increase wallet-dump RPC timeout Increase wallet-dump RPC timeout from 30 seconds to 1 minute. This avoids a timeout error that seemed to happen regularly (around 50% of builds) on a particular jenkins server during the first getnewaddress RPC call made by the test. The failing stack trace looked like: Unexpected exception caught during testing: timeout('timed out',) File ".../bitcoin/qa/rpc-tests/test_framework/test_framework.py", line 146, in main self.run_test() File ".../bitcoin/qa/rpc-tests/wallet-dump.py", line 73, in run_test addr = self.nodes[0].getnewaddress() File ".../bitcoin/qa/rpc-tests/test_framework/coverage.py", line 49, in __call__ return_val = self.auth_service_proxy_instance.__call__(*args, **kwargs) File ".../bitcoin/qa/rpc-tests/test_framework/authproxy.py", line 145, in __call__ response = self._request('POST', self.__url.path, postdata.encode('utf-8')) File ".../bitcoin/qa/rpc-tests/test_framework/authproxy.py", line 121, in _request return self._get_response() File ".../bitcoin/qa/rpc-tests/test_framework/authproxy.py", line 160, in _get_response http_response = self.__conn.getresponse() File "/usr/lib/python3.4/http/client.py", line 1171, in getresponse response.begin() File "/usr/lib/python3.4/http/client.py", line 351, in begin version, status, reason = self._read_status() File "/usr/lib/python3.4/http/client.py", line 313, in _read_status line = str(self.fp.readline(_MAXLINE + 1), "iso-8859-1") File "/usr/lib/python3.4/socket.py", line 374, in readinto return self._sock.recv_into(b)
6 years ago
# Use 1 minute timeout because the initial getnewaddress RPC can take
# longer than the default 30 seconds due to an expensive
# CWallet::TopUpKeyPool call, and the encryptwallet RPC made later in
# the test often takes even longer.
self.nodes = start_nodes(self.num_nodes, self.options.tmpdir, self.extra_args, timewait=60)
def run_test (self):
tmpdir = self.options.tmpdir
# generate 20 addresses to compare against the dump
test_addr_count = 20
addrs = []
for i in range(0,test_addr_count):
addr = self.nodes[0].getnewaddress()
vaddr= self.nodes[0].validateaddress(addr) #required to get hd keypath
addrs.append(vaddr)
# Should be a no-op:
self.nodes[0].keypoolrefill()
# dump unencrypted wallet
self.nodes[0].dumpwallet(tmpdir + "/node0/wallet.unencrypted.dump")
found_addr, found_addr_chg, found_addr_rsv, hd_master_addr_unenc = \
read_dump(tmpdir + "/node0/wallet.unencrypted.dump", addrs, None)
assert_equal(found_addr, test_addr_count) # all keys must be in the dump
assert_equal(found_addr_chg, 50) # 50 blocks where mined
assert_equal(found_addr_rsv, 90 + 1) # keypool size (TODO: fix off-by-one)
#encrypt wallet, restart, unlock and dump
self.nodes[0].encryptwallet('test')
bitcoind_processes[0].wait()
self.nodes[0] = start_node(0, self.options.tmpdir, self.extra_args[0])
self.nodes[0].walletpassphrase('test', 10)
# Should be a no-op:
self.nodes[0].keypoolrefill()
self.nodes[0].dumpwallet(tmpdir + "/node0/wallet.encrypted.dump")
found_addr, found_addr_chg, found_addr_rsv, hd_master_addr_enc = \
read_dump(tmpdir + "/node0/wallet.encrypted.dump", addrs, hd_master_addr_unenc)
assert_equal(found_addr, test_addr_count)
assert_equal(found_addr_chg, 90 + 1 + 50) # old reserve keys are marked as change now
assert_equal(found_addr_rsv, 90 + 1) # keypool size (TODO: fix off-by-one)
if __name__ == '__main__':
WalletDumpTest().main ()