Source code for heat.engine.worker

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import eventlet.queue
import functools

from oslo_log import log as logging
import oslo_messaging
from oslo_utils import excutils
from oslo_utils import uuidutils
from osprofiler import profiler

from heat.common import context
from heat.common import messaging as rpc_messaging
from heat.db.sqlalchemy import api as db_api
from heat.engine import check_resource
from heat.engine import node_data
from heat.engine import stack as parser
from heat.engine import sync_point
from heat.objects import stack as stack_objects
from heat.rpc import api as rpc_api
from heat.rpc import worker_client as rpc_client

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)


[docs]def log_exceptions(func): @functools.wraps(func) def exception_wrapper(*args, **kwargs): try: return func(*args, **kwargs) except Exception: with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception(): LOG.exception('Unhandled exception in %s', func.__name__) return exception_wrapper
[docs]@profiler.trace_cls("rpc") class WorkerService(object): """Service that has 'worker' actor in convergence. This service is dedicated to handle internal messages to the 'worker' (a.k.a. 'converger') actor in convergence. Messages on this bus will use the 'cast' rather than 'call' method to anycast the message to an engine that will handle it asynchronously. It won't wait for or expect replies from these messages. """ RPC_API_VERSION = '1.4' def __init__(self, host, topic, engine_id, thread_group_mgr): = host self.topic = topic self.engine_id = engine_id self.thread_group_mgr = thread_group_mgr self._rpc_client = rpc_client.WorkerClient() self._rpc_server = None = None
[docs] def start(self): target = oslo_messaging.Target( version=self.RPC_API_VERSION, server=self.engine_id, topic=self.topic) = target"Starting %(topic)s (%(version)s) in engine %(engine)s.", {'topic': self.topic, 'version': self.RPC_API_VERSION, 'engine': self.engine_id}) self._rpc_server = rpc_messaging.get_rpc_server(target, self) self._rpc_server.start()
[docs] def stop(self): if self._rpc_server is None: return # Stop rpc connection at first for preventing new requests"Stopping %(topic)s in engine %(engine)s.", {'topic': self.topic, 'engine': self.engine_id}) try: self._rpc_server.stop() self._rpc_server.wait() except Exception as e: LOG.error("%(topic)s is failed to stop, %(exc)s", {'topic': self.topic, 'exc': e})
[docs] def stop_traversal(self, stack): """Update current traversal to stop workers from propagating. Marks the stack as FAILED due to cancellation, but, allows all in_progress resources to complete normally; no worker is stopped abruptly. Any in-progress traversals are also stopped on all nested stacks that are descendants of the one passed. """ _stop_traversal(stack) db_child_stacks = stack_objects.Stack.get_all_by_root_owner_id( stack.context, for db_child in db_child_stacks: if db_child.status == parser.Stack.IN_PROGRESS: child = parser.Stack.load(stack.context,, stack=db_child, load_template=False) _stop_traversal(child)
[docs] def stop_all_workers(self, stack): """Cancel all existing worker threads for the stack. Threads will stop running at their next yield point, whether or not the resource operations are complete. """ cancelled = _cancel_workers(stack, self.thread_group_mgr, self.engine_id, self._rpc_client) if not cancelled: LOG.error("Failed to stop all workers of stack %s, " "stack cancel not complete", return False'[%(name)s(%(id)s)] Stopped all active workers for stack ' '%(action)s', {'name':, 'id':, 'action': stack.action}) return True
def _retrigger_replaced(self, is_update, rsrc, stack, check_resource): graph = stack.convergence_dependencies.graph() key = parser.ConvergenceNode(, is_update) if key not in graph and rsrc.replaces is not None: # This resource replaces old one and is not needed in # current traversal. You need to mark the resource as # DELETED so that it gets cleaned up in purge_db. values = {'action': rsrc.DELETE} db_api.resource_update_and_save(stack.context,, values) # The old resource might be in the graph (a rollback case); # just re-trigger it. check_resource.retrigger_check_resource(stack.context, rsrc.replaces, stack)
[docs] @context.request_context @log_exceptions def check_resource(self, cnxt, resource_id, current_traversal, data, is_update, adopt_stack_data, converge=False): """Process a node in the dependency graph. The node may be associated with either an update or a cleanup of its associated resource. """ in_data = sync_point.deserialize_input_data(data) resource_data = node_data.load_resources_data(in_data if is_update else {}) rsrc, stk_defn, stack = check_resource.load_resource(cnxt, resource_id, resource_data, current_traversal, is_update) if rsrc is None: return rsrc.converge = converge msg_queue = eventlet.queue.LightQueue() try: self.thread_group_mgr.add_msg_queue(, msg_queue) cr = check_resource.CheckResource(self.engine_id, self._rpc_client, self.thread_group_mgr, msg_queue, in_data) if current_traversal != stack.current_traversal: LOG.debug('[%s] Traversal cancelled; re-trigerring.', current_traversal) self._retrigger_replaced(is_update, rsrc, stack, cr) else: cr.check(cnxt, resource_id, current_traversal, resource_data, is_update, adopt_stack_data, rsrc, stack) finally: self.thread_group_mgr.remove_msg_queue(None,, msg_queue)
[docs] @context.request_context @log_exceptions def cancel_check_resource(self, cnxt, stack_id): """Cancel check_resource for given stack. All the workers running for the given stack will be cancelled. """ _cancel_check_resource(stack_id, self.engine_id, self.thread_group_mgr)
def _stop_traversal(stack): old_trvsl = stack.current_traversal updated = _update_current_traversal(stack) if not updated: LOG.warning("Failed to update stack %(name)s with new " "traversal, aborting stack cancel", return reason = 'Stack %(action)s cancelled' % {'action': stack.action} updated = stack.state_set(stack.action, stack.FAILED, reason) if not updated: LOG.warning("Failed to update stack %(name)s status " "to %(action)s_%(state)s", {'name':, 'action': stack.action, 'state': stack.FAILED}) return sync_point.delete_all(stack.context,, old_trvsl) def _update_current_traversal(stack): previous_traversal = stack.current_traversal stack.current_traversal = uuidutils.generate_uuid() values = {'current_traversal': stack.current_traversal} return stack_objects.Stack.select_and_update( stack.context,, values, exp_trvsl=previous_traversal) def _cancel_check_resource(stack_id, engine_id, tgm): LOG.debug('Cancelling workers for stack [%s] in engine [%s]', stack_id, engine_id) tgm.send(stack_id, rpc_api.THREAD_CANCEL) def _wait_for_cancellation(stack, wait=5): # give enough time to wait till cancel is completed retries = CANCEL_RETRIES while retries > 0: retries -= 1 eventlet.sleep(wait) engines = db_api.engine_get_all_locked_by_stack( stack.context, if not engines: return True return False def _cancel_workers(stack, tgm, local_engine_id, rpc_client): engines = db_api.engine_get_all_locked_by_stack(stack.context, if not engines: return True # cancel workers running locally if local_engine_id in engines: _cancel_check_resource(, local_engine_id, tgm) engines.remove(local_engine_id) # cancel workers on remote engines for engine_id in engines: rpc_client.cancel_check_resource(stack.context,, engine_id) return _wait_for_cancellation(stack)