Exemple #1
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func (*environSuite) TestSetConfigAllowsChangingNilAgentNameToEmptyString(c *gc.C) {
	oldCfg := getSimpleTestConfig(c, nil)
	newCfgTwo := getSimpleTestConfig(c, coretesting.Attrs{"maas-agent-name": ""})
	env, err := maas.NewEnviron(oldCfg)
	c.Assert(err, gc.IsNil)

	err = env.SetConfig(newCfgTwo)
	c.Assert(err, gc.IsNil)
	c.Check(maas.MAASAgentName(env), gc.Equals, "")
}
Exemple #2
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func (*environSuite) TestSetConfigRefusesChangingAgentName(c *gc.C) {
	oldCfg := getSimpleTestConfig(c, coretesting.Attrs{"maas-agent-name": "agent-one"})
	newCfgTwo := getSimpleTestConfig(c, coretesting.Attrs{"maas-agent-name": "agent-two"})
	env, err := maas.NewEnviron(oldCfg)
	c.Assert(err, gc.IsNil)

	// SetConfig() fails, even though both the old and the new config are
	// individually valid.
	err = env.SetConfig(newCfgTwo)
	c.Assert(err, gc.NotNil)
	c.Check(err, gc.ErrorMatches, ".*cannot change maas-agent-name.*")

	// The old config is still in place.  The new config never took effect.
	c.Check(maas.MAASAgentName(env), gc.Equals, "agent-one")

	// It also refuses to set it to the empty string:
	err = env.SetConfig(getSimpleTestConfig(c, coretesting.Attrs{"maas-agent-name": ""}))
	c.Check(err, gc.ErrorMatches, ".*cannot change maas-agent-name.*")

	// And to nil
	err = env.SetConfig(getSimpleTestConfig(c, nil))
	c.Check(err, gc.ErrorMatches, ".*cannot change maas-agent-name.*")
}