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#!/usr/bin/env python2
# Copyright (c) 2014-2015 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 *
def check_array_result(object_array, to_match, expected):
"""
Pass in array of JSON objects, a dictionary with key/value pairs
to match against, and another dictionary with expected key/value
pairs.
"""
num_matched = 0
for item in object_array:
all_match = True
for key,value in to_match.items():
if item[key] != value:
all_match = False
if not all_match:
continue
for key,value in expected.items():
if item[key] != value:
raise AssertionError("%s : expected %s=%s"%(str(item), str(key), str(value)))
num_matched = num_matched+1
if num_matched == 0:
raise AssertionError("No objects matched %s"%(str(to_match)))
import threading
class LongpollThread(threading.Thread):
def __init__(self, node):
threading.Thread.__init__(self)
# query current longpollid
templat = node.getblocktemplate()
self.longpollid = templat['longpollid']
# create a new connection to the node, we can't use the same
# connection from two threads
self.node = get_rpc_proxy(node.url, 1, timeout=600)
def run(self):
self.node.getblocktemplate({'longpollid':self.longpollid})
class GetBlockTemplateLPTest(BitcoinTestFramework):
'''
Test longpolling with getblocktemplate.
'''
def run_test(self):
print "Warning: this test will take about 70 seconds in the best case. Be patient."
self.nodes[0].generate(10)
templat = self.nodes[0].getblocktemplate()
longpollid = templat['longpollid']
# longpollid should not change between successive invocations if nothing else happens
templat2 = self.nodes[0].getblocktemplate()
assert(templat2['longpollid'] == longpollid)
# Test 1: test that the longpolling wait if we do nothing
thr = LongpollThread(self.nodes[0])
thr.start()
# check that thread still lives
thr.join(5) # wait 5 seconds or until thread exits
assert(thr.is_alive())
# Test 2: test that longpoll will terminate if another node generates a block
self.nodes[1].generate(1) # generate a block on another node
# check that thread will exit now that new transaction entered mempool
thr.join(5) # wait 5 seconds or until thread exits
assert(not thr.is_alive())
# Test 3: test that longpoll will terminate if we generate a block ourselves
thr = LongpollThread(self.nodes[0])
thr.start()
self.nodes[0].generate(1) # generate a block on another node
thr.join(5) # wait 5 seconds or until thread exits
assert(not thr.is_alive())
# Test 4: test that introducing a new transaction into the mempool will terminate the longpoll
thr = LongpollThread(self.nodes[0])
thr.start()
# generate a random transaction and submit it
(txid, txhex, fee) = random_transaction(self.nodes, Decimal("1.1"), Decimal("0.0"), Decimal("0.001"), 20)
# after one minute, every 10 seconds the mempool is probed, so in 80 seconds it should have returned
thr.join(60 + 20)
assert(not thr.is_alive())
if __name__ == '__main__':
GetBlockTemplateLPTest().main()