Chaos engineering toolkit reporting library
The Chaos Toolkit reporting extension library.
The purpose of this library is to provide reporting support to the Chaos Toolkit experiment results.
The library takes the journal generated by the
chaos run command
and transforms into a human friendly report. The report can be a standalone
PDF or HTML document.
Install this package as any other Python packages:
$ pip install -U chaostoolkit-reporting
Notice that this draws a few dependencies:
Some of them are LGPL v3 licensed.
If you are using Mac OS X then you will need to install some additional dependencies that the
chaos report command relies upon.
You will also need to install the pandoc package on your system.
If you intend on creating PDF reports, the following additional packages will be needed:
$ sudo apt-get install texlive-latex-base \ texlive-fonts-recommended \ texlive-fonts-extra \ texlive-latex-extra \ pdflatex
Download a Docker Image
As the dependencies for this plugin can be difficult to get right, we also provide a docker image. Note that this image is rather big with 1.4Gb to pull.
$ docker pull chaostoolkit/reporting
Once installed, a new
report subcommand will be made available to the
chaos command, use it as follows:
$ chaos report --export-format=html5 chaos-report.json report.html
or, for a PDF document:
$ chaos report --export-format=pdf chaos-report.json report.pdf
You can also generate a single report from many journals at once:
$ chaos report --export-format=pdf journal-1.json journal-2 journal-3 report.pdf
Or more succintly:
$ chaos report --export-format=pdf journal-*.json report.pdf
Use a Docker container
To generate a PDF report using the Docker image:
$ ls . journal.json $ docker run \ --user `id -u` \ -v `pwd`:/tmp/result \ -it \ chaostoolkit/reporting $ ls . journal.json report.pdf chaostoolkit.log
As you can see, you should run that command from where the
file, generated during an experiment run, can be found. This will create a
report.pdf in this directory.
The file will be owned by the user id returned by the command
id -u, it should
be your user. The reason we specify a user is that, by default, the container
runs as root and the image doesn't make a guess about which user will run
the container. If you don't have the
id command you can set the value
manually as follows instead:
--user 1000:1000 assuming both your user and
group ids are
The default command of the image is equivalent to running this without a container:
$ chaos report --export-format=pdf journal.json report.pdf
If you wish to override that command, pass the
chaos report parameters as
$ docker run \ --user `id -u` \ -v `pwd`:/tmp/result \ -it \ chaostoolkit/reporting -- report --export-format=html5 journal.json report.html $ ls . journal.json report.html chaostoolkit.log
Contributors to this project are welcome as this is an open-source effort that seeks discussions and continuous improvement.
From a code perspective, if you wish to contribute, you will need to run a Python 3.5+ environment. Then, fork this repository and submit a PR. The project cares for code readability and checks the code style to match best practices defined in PEP8. Please also make sure you provide tests whenever you submit a PR so we keep the code reliable.
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