Wladimir J. van der Laan
Merge #9672: Opt-into-RBF for RPC & bitcoin-tx
|4 years ago|
|functional||4 years ago|
|util||4 years ago|
|README.md||4 years ago|
|config.ini.in||4 years ago|
There are currently two sets of tests in this directory:
The util tests are run as part of
make check target. The functional
tests are run by the travis continuous build process whenever a pull
request is opened. Both sets of tests can also be run locally.
The ZMQ functional test requires a python ZMQ library. To install it:
sudo apt-get install python3-zmq
pip3 install pyzmq
Build for your system first. Be sure to enable wallet, utils and daemon when you configure. Tests will not run otherwise.
You can run any single test by calling
Or you can run any combination (incl. duplicates) of tests by calling
test/functional/test_runner.py <testname1> <testname2> <testname3> ...
Run the regression test suite with
Run all possible tests with
By default, tests will be run in parallel. To specify how many jobs to run,
--jobs=n (default n=4).
If you want to create a basic coverage report for the RPC test suite, append
Possible options, which apply to each individual test run:
-h, --help show this help message and exit --nocleanup Leave bitcoinds and test.* datadir on exit or error --noshutdown Don't stop bitcoinds after the test execution --srcdir=SRCDIR Source directory containing bitcoind/bitcoin-cli (default: ../../src) --tmpdir=TMPDIR Root directory for datadirs --tracerpc Print out all RPC calls as they are made --coveragedir=COVERAGEDIR Write tested RPC commands into this directory
If you set the environment variable
PYTHON_DEBUG=1 you will get some debug
PYTHON_DEBUG=1 test/functional/test_runner.py wallet).
A 200-block -regtest blockchain and wallets for four nodes is created the first time a regression test is run and is stored in the cache/ directory. Each node has 25 mature blocks (25*50=1250 BTC) in its wallet.
After the first run, the cache/ blockchain and wallets are copied into a temporary directory and used as the initial test state.
If you get into a bad state, you should be able to recover with:
rm -rf cache killall bitcoind
Util tests can be run locally by running
-v option for verbose output.
You are encouraged to write functional tests for new or existing features. Further information about the functional test framework and individual tests is found in test/functional.