>. I've been trying to get the slow test collection back, but I can't! Thanks a lot! The reporter can collect all independent tests in one report (say you use jenkins and need a junit style xml). If you now try to use a marker that is not registered (like sloooow) , pytest will immediately inform you about your mistake and name the file in which you used the wrong marker: ===================== test session starts ====================== Fast and slow tests using pytest. @bluetech I'll try to create a fake repo, which is slow to collect. _____________ ERROR collecting test_own_fixture.py _____________ @pytest.mark.timeout (10, "slow", method = "thread") def test_function ():... Will create and attach a Mark object to the collected Item , which can then be accessed by fixtures or hooks with Node.iter_markers . On Wed, Apr 29, 2020 at 10:30 AM Ran Benita ***@***. collected 12 items / 11 deselected / 1 selected, =============== 1 passed, 11 deselected in 0.07s ===============. Don't run snpEff as this step may fail on low-memory machines, such as laptops. The actual command line executed is: pytest -ra -q -v -m slow. If a unit test fails, (quick) integration and slow integration tests are not run. Here are the examples of the python api pytest.mark.veryslow taken from open source projects. rootdir: D:\Python We can add the skip marker/decorator @pytest.mark.skip() on our test function and pytest will ignore it from now on. Plugin for pytest to mark tests as integration or slow integration. Are / and :: compatible in this way? pytest --pyargs pkg.testing. If you can arrange a reproduction for this, I think it will be helpful. @pytest.fixture(scope="function", autouse=True) def pdftools_popen_mock(request): """ Mocks away the Popen calls to pdflatex in tools.pdf_exports. You can do it like this: I'll close this issue for now since it's not actionable for us. …. @pytest.mark.skipif(condition): skip the given test function if eval(condition) results in a True value. Maybe 6 seconds is a lot better than it was but I'd bet it's about 5 seconds too much :), Basically step 7 from https://docs.pytest.org/en/latest/contributing.html#long-version. =================== short test summary info ==================== see https://docs.pytest.org/en/latest/skipping.html, @pytest.mark.xfail(condition, reason=None, run=True, raises=None, strict=False): mark the test function as an expected failure if eval(condition) has a True value. If a unit test fails, (quick) integration and slow integration tests are not run. @pytest.mark.wip, — Docs: https://docs.pytest.org/en/latest/warnings.html For that you create a file called pytest.ini in the root folder of your project. The output might contain some references to your source code, you might want to redact it if it's sensitive. pytest --pyargs pkg.testing This will import pkg.testing and use its filesystem location to find and run tests from. The strict parameter makes sure that our test suite fails should by any reason the test start to pass. By marking a test with @pytest.mark.dont_mock_pdflatex this mock can be bypassed. python -m venv .venv I *know* some combination of these had me waiting considerably longer, but now tests are consistently collected in less than ten seconds. can't reproduce the performance increase. さらに、最近の "-m"コマンドラインオプションを追加すると、次のように書くことができます。. Thanks @nicoddemus You signed in with another tab or window. Sign in to view. Sign in FTR: Some work has been done in #5681 already thanks to @Nepherhotep. A simple way to solve this problem is to register your markers with pytest. This post is part of my journey to learn Python. Apr 12, 2016. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and I'm not using pytest.mark.django_db is normal speed. It would be interesting if you could git-bisect it. On Wed, Apr 29, 2020 at 10:30 AM Ran Benita ***@***. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. @pytest.mark.wip: Tests for features we currently work on, @pytest.mark.slow: Mark slow tests to ignore them for development … Next. see https://docs.pytest.org/en/latest/warnings.html#pytest-mark-filterwarnings. We have over 15k tests in the repository, and recently switched from nosetests to pytest. What specific version do I need to try? Example: skip(reason=”no way of currently testing this”) skips the test. platform win32 — Python 3.8.1, pytest-5.4.3, py-1.9.0, pluggy-0.13.1 collected 9 items / 1 error / 8 selected, ======================== ERRORS ============================ Alternatively, you can register new markers programmatically in a pytest_configure hook: @pytest.mark.skip(reason=None): skip the given test function with an optional reason. I can checkout master, 5.4. I've been trying to get the slow test collection back, but I can't! ***> It will take me a while to obfuscate data, but I'll prepare the output soon. Example: skipif(‘sys.platform == “win32″‘) skips the test if we are on the win32 platform. I *know* some combination of these had me waiting considerably longer, but now tests are consistently collected in less than ten seconds. I've been trying to get the slow test collection back, but I can't! Can you amend the script such that it reproduces the before/after results you got? Thanks for your effort btw! plugins: cov-2.10.1, html-2.1.1, metadata-1.10.0 This makes the previous code match all the tests that are decorated with @pytest.mark.slow and only when the --runslow option has been specified on the command line. AFAIK "/" should be used inside of parts (split by "::") for paths. The pytest-attrib plugin extends py.test with the ability to select tests based on a criteria rather than just the filename or pytest.marks. If both those conditions are satisfied the pytest.skip function is run, which skips the current test adding the specified string as … Thanks for getting back. Already on GitHub? When I uninstall pytest and install from pypi, fast test collection is back. As for cache, if I want it to be in 4.6-maintenance branch as well, do I need to submit two different PRs - lru_cache for "master" and dict-based cache to "4.6-maintenance" (as lru_cache is not supported by 2.7 yet)? (instead of / additional to #5681 - but likely makes not much sense given different inputs there; i.e. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Parametrization. pytest for development. The flexibility of creating markers on the fly has a big downside when you work in a team: You do not know which markers exist and how you write them. Next week I explain the parametrize marker that can help us to write less tests. #7130 fixes at least one instance of quadratic behavior in relation to the number of tests, so might help here. Hopefully this should get CI working again with current pytest pytest.ini was missing from MANIFEST.in, so I have added it here registers pytest.mark.slow as used to mark slow tests. We can mark such tests with the pytest.mark.xfail decorator: Pytest reports tests that we expect to fail with an x: ===================== test session starts ====================== Also, I need to mention that norecursedirs and testpaths parameters are both set, just to exclude the case of walking in .git or other unrelated directories. ***> wrote: Tested our case, without the fix - it's 1m 33 seconds, with the fix - 1m 29 To skip these tests, execute pytest-m 'not slow'. It is normal to get lots of tiny windows on the screen while running the tests. The PyBerlin organizers invited me to give the opening talk at the first event, which took place last month in February, and asked me to speak about automated testing with pytest. These changes exist so you can mark slow tests with the decorator @pytest.mark.slow to exclude them from the default unit test runs. Don't run snpEff as this step may fail on low-memory machines, such as laptops. pytest-integration Overview. @Nepherhotep how did the changes that went into pytest already affect your use case? python3 -m pytest runs tests (they are in the tests subdirectory). I'm looking at some performance issues with pytest at the moment and found this ticket. That curve is classic accidentally quadratic performance, which might help to diagnose it , @Nepherhotep This commit was created on GitHub.com and signed with a. I'd like to bisect, but I'm having trouble installing pytest. As for cache, if I want it to be in 4.6-maintenance branch as well, do I need to submit two different PRs - lru_cache for "master" and dict-based cache to "4.6-maintenance" (as lru_cache is not supported by 2.7 yet)? slow: mark test as slow. Integration tests are run after normal tests (unit tests) and slow integration tests are run after (quick) integration tests. Also, since _splitnodes is only called from one function, ischildnode, it might be more worthwhile to optimize that. My favorite documentation is objective-based: I’m trying to achieve X objective, here are some examples of how library Y can help. We register the markers 'slow' and 'crazy', which we will use in the following example: [pytest] markers = slow: mark a test as a 'slow' (slowly) running test … With pytest, one can mark tests using a decorator. @bluetech, I'd say, it's required to refactor getfixturedefs, which calls _matchfactories function polynomial amount of times, which causes a slowdown in performing quite simple calculations like splitting nodes. By default, run all tests not marked with @pytest.mark.slow. to create our own marker. seconds (20k tests). You can register custom marks to avoid this warning – for details, see https://docs.pytest.org/en/latest/mark.html No idea what's going on here. Learn how your comment data is processed. For more information see marks. To create a wip marker, we can add @pytest.mark.wip to our test: We now can run all tests that have this wip marker by calling pytest with an option -m “wip” (or -m “not wip” to run everything except wip): ===================== test session starts ====================== Importing panda make my pytest tests fail because of one marker "slow" is required in /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/pandas/util/testing.py:55: in slow = pytest.mark.slow. I've tried old pytest versions with Python 3.7 and 3.8. I noticed that pytest starts to slow down when switching from plain core library unittests to the pytest plugins tests. collected 12 items / 11 deselected / 1 selected, ================== warnings summary ================== For example, we found a bug that needs a workaround and we want to get an alarm as soon as this workaround is no longer needed. .venv/bin/pip install ".[testing]". "cd path/to/pytest ; python3 ./setup.py develop -e -b ./build" works, but then I Since pytest version 4.5 markers have to be registered.They can be registered in the init file pytest.ini, placed in the test directory. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: I think a cache there wouldn't hurt (might even use @lru_cache(maxsize=None) instead), but I think it would be worth to investigate this a little further to see if we can have more gains. test_own_fixture.py:38 …. The resulting output is … # content of pytest.ini [pytest] markers = webtest: mark a test as a webtest. rootdir: D:\Python I don't On Wed, Apr 29, 2020 at 11:11 AM Alexey Zankevich wrote: Thanks a lot! pytest --pyargs pkg.testing. I'll compare the performance with the fix and without. This knowledge of markers allows us to run a specific subset of our tests and get faster feedback. (But they are mostly parametrized. @rndusr you might want to check the discussion in #2206 I believe that pytest is a bit more than 10x slower than it strictly needs to be. Parallel execution via a plugin, xdist. D:\Python\test_own_fixture.py:38: PytestUnknownMarkWarning: Unknown pytest.mark.wip – is this a typo? @pytest.mark.timeout (10, "slow", method = "thread") def test_function ():... Will create and attach a Mark object to the collected Item , which can then be accessed by fixtures or hooks with Node.iter_markers . @rndusr JFI: ce1cc3d seems to have quite an impact, but is in 3.10 already (so likely not relevant) - what version have you've been using before this got fixed for you? platform win32 — Python 3.8.1, pytest-5.4.3, py-1.9.0, pluggy-0.13.1 plugins: cov-2.10.1, html-2.1.1, metadata-1.10.0 Going deeper into _matchfactories method, I was able to reduce collection time from 130s to 85s just by caching the results of _splitnode method: It doesn't solve the asymptotic problem, but just making _splitnode and thus _matchfactories method faster: Please let me know if you think there could be a better way to fix the problem. 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We register the markers 'slow' and 'crazy', which we will use in the following example: [pytest] markers = slow: mark a test as a 'slow' (slowly) running test … ======================= 1 error in 0.18s =======================. I saw insane speed improvements, figure that! Apply parametrization. know if that matters.) Is the following expected behavior? plugins: cov-2.10.1, html-2.1.1, metadata-1.10.0 collected 3 items. That gives me the same "can't find '__main__' module" error. This comment has been minimized. Note that as usual for other command-line applications, in case of conflicting options the last one wins, so the example above will show verbose output because -v overwrites -q. Multiple custom markers can be registered, by defining each one … What Makes pytest So Useful?. pytest -m slow. Since pytest version 4.5 markers have to be registered.They can be registered in the init file pytest.ini, placed in the test directory. "cd path/to/pytest ; pip install --editable ." It takes between 3 So if the user executes in the command-line: pytest -m slow. [tool.pytest.ini_options] markers = ["slow: marks tests as slow (deselect with '-m \"not slow\"')", "serial",] Note that everything past the : after the mark name is an optional description. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. Will run all tests which are decorated with the @pytest.mark.slow decorator. The pytest.mark plugin already provides a featrure to mark tests and run only the marked tests. With markers we get a nice way to tell pytest which test it should run and which not. A helpful marker is skip, that allows us to ignore a test. I think pytest.mark.django_db is problem. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. /path/to/venv/bin/python3: can't find '__main__' module in '/path/to/venv/share/python-wheels/pep517-0.7.0-py2.py3-none-any.whl/pep517/_in_process.py' The bigger our test suite gets, the longer it takes to run all tests. Last I looked it hadn't been fixed at least. Would it be possible to share the output of pytest --collect-only so we can reproduce your test tree with dummy tests? ‘sloooow’ not found in markers configuration option You can find the other parts of this series here. If slow tests are being run by default, I'm not sure they really need their own special option. ========= 1 passed, 11 deselected, 1 warning in 0.09s ==========. There have been certainly fixes in this regard. pytest -k "-slow -long". I imagine this would facilitate debugging and improving performance there. If you have also installed pytest-cov , then code coverage is disabled for … wrote: This knowledge of markers allows us to run a specific subset of our tests and get faster feedback. ERROR test_own_fixture.py Are flaky tests actually flaky or do they just not work? Interrupted: 1 error during collection !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! to your account. GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets. They should not be mixed. Sounds like it. You can get the whole list of markers for pytest in the official documentation or with this command: @pytest.mark.filterwarnings(warning): add a warning filter to the given test. in the test report: ===================== test session starts ====================== platform win32 — Python 3.8.1, pytest-5.4.3, py-1.9.0, pluggy-0.13.1 For more information see marks. I think fixtures need to be used somewhere. This can be done with the argument -m "not slow" But, if I put that in a pytest.ini file, then it will never run any tests marked slow, even if I pick that particular test in the interface and try to run it. PyCharm supports test parametrization implemented in pytest through @pytest.mark.parametrize. By voting up you can indicate which examples are most useful and appropriate. #5681 makes sense to me as a first step measure, but it being called so often appears to be the real/bigger problem). plugins: cov-2.10.1, html-2.1.1, metadata-1.10.0 Anyway, when pytest starts to slow down, logging messages coming from logging library, as well as the stacktrace at the end of pytest execution, start to slow down, like if there's something in the terminal plugin trying to access data or to write/read somewhere. pytest コード( mark.py )を見て、さらに実験すると、次のように動作することが pytest ます。. It is a good practice to add the reason parameter with an explanation why this test is skipped: If we nor run our tests, the skipped tests get an s instead of a . pytest-attrib. etc, I always get the same bad performance. By voting up you can indicate which examples are most useful and appropriate. @pytest.mark.slow def some_slow_test(): pass Then, from the command line, one can tell pytest to skip the tests marked "slow" pytest -k-slow If I have an additional tag: @pytest.mark.long def some_long_test() pass I would like to be able to skip both long AND slow tests. A test function should normally use the pytest.mark.django_db mark with transaction=True. This knowledge of markers allows us to run a specific subset of our tests and get faster feedback. For more information see marks. This was the predecessor mechanism to ``pytest.mark.parametrize``. I tried to reproduce the issue using collected_tests.txt but there is no difference -- just generating the test directory using the following script doesn't call _splitnodes. and 7 seconds to collect 13k tests. Have you considered what @bluetech suggested? 1 re4lfl0w changed the title Why py.test very slow than unittest? I don't use slow marker and have to add it to run my test even though it's just for panda. plugins: cov-2.10.1, html-2.1.1, metadata-1.10.0 On Tue, May 5, 2020 at 4:45 PM Ran Benita ***@***. Why py.test very slow using django_db than unittest? This will import pkg.testing and use its filesystem location to find and run tests from. @Nepherhotep if you get around to producing a profile (on the latest available pytest version), please feel free to reopen. Plugin for pytest to mark tests as integration or slow integration. combination of these had me waiting considerably longer, but now tests are I'll compare the performance with the fix and without. In the markers section you can list all your markers: If your run pytest now with the -m “wip” option, you will not get any warnings: ===================== test session starts ====================== @Nepherhotep To get a better understanding, it will help to get a profile of the collection phase on your test suite. The command works on Python 3.8, if you use an earlier version, it will need some wrapper script or such. Fast and slow tests using pytest. Evaluation happens within the module global context. @rndusr @pytest.mark.slow def test_some_slow_test(): ... To force this kind of tests to run, use: pytest --runslow integration - used for tests that are relatively slow but OK to be run on CPU and useful when one needs to finish the tests suite asap (also remember to use parallel testing if that’s the case xdist). Doesn't matter if I use Python 3.7 or 3.8. Let us create a set of speed values to test car.accelerate and car.brake functions: speed_data = {45, 50, 55, 100} Modify the test code to the following: A copy of a testpage pdf is placed in the requested output dir, so a valid Pdf is available. By voting up you can indicate which examples are most useful and appropriate. Otherwise you still get an x as the output and you may miss the fact that this bug is now fixed. However, as the warning shows there is a little problem with the wip marker: pytest does not know if we meant wip or if we made a typo. Next week I explain the parametrize marker that … rootdir: D:\Python Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Looking narrowly at how _matchfactories can be made faster, I am unsure about something. I've tried old pytest versions with Python 3.7 and 3.8. I've tried old pytest versions with Python 3.7 and 3.8. ***> wrote: Tests collection is slow on high number of tests, diff --git a/src/_pytest/nodes.py b/src/_pytest/nodes.py. Will run all tests which are decorated with the @pytest.mark.slow decorator. For example, on my machine (Linux), in a project which is using a virtualenv called venv, pytest is found venv/bin/pytest, so the command is: If you are using a unix-like OS, you can find where your pytest by running which pytest. privacy statement. I *know* some For example, you might want to run only tests that need internet connectivity, or tests that are slow. Some tests in the test suite can take a long time to run, which can slow down development. ( --collect-only オプションを使用すると、実験がスピードアップされます). It's also interesting, that the number of collected tests is asymptotic to time: I tried to profile it using pyflame and cProfile, it seems like the slowest part is calling node.py:FixtureManager._matchfactories method call: When I tried to log, what's is happening, it seems like, the more tests, the more method is called with polynomial dependency. pytest -m slow Will run all tests which are decorated with the @pytest.mark.slow decorator. Nosetests to pytest indicate which examples are most useful and appropriate fixed at least additional to 5681. Which are decorated with the @ pytest.mark.slow: mark a test function if eval ( condition ) results in True... We are on the win32 platform need a junit style xml ) 's the command/wrapper that I 'd need run! Not much sense given different inputs there ; i.e by email test even it... @ nicoddemus great thanks for guidance in that PR and need a junit style ). Slower than in nosetests - 130s vs 30s venv.venv.venv/bin/pip install ``. [ ]. Strict parameter makes sure that our test suite can take a long time to run a specific subset our. ( instead of / additional to # 5681 already thanks to @ Nepherhotep service and statement! This regard want to run a specific subset of our tests and get faster feedback that … this was predecessor! For python-3.6 from looking at the release dates, the fix and without has done... Fail because of one marker `` slow '' is required in /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/pandas/util/testing.py:55: in createFullTestStoreSem from import... Been certainly fixes in this was the predecessor mechanism to `` pytest.mark.parametrize ``. testing... 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