Source code for taskflow.engines.worker_based.executor

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import functools
import threading

from oslo_utils import timeutils

from taskflow.engines.action_engine import executor
from taskflow.engines.worker_based import dispatcher
from taskflow.engines.worker_based import protocol as pr
from taskflow.engines.worker_based import proxy
from taskflow.engines.worker_based import types as wt
from taskflow import exceptions as exc
from taskflow import logging
from taskflow.task import EVENT_UPDATE_PROGRESS  # noqa
from taskflow.utils import kombu_utils as ku
from taskflow.utils import misc
from taskflow.utils import threading_utils as tu

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class WorkerTaskExecutor(executor.TaskExecutor): """Executes tasks on remote workers.""" def __init__(self, uuid, exchange, topics, transition_timeout=pr.REQUEST_TIMEOUT, url=None, transport=None, transport_options=None, retry_options=None, worker_expiry=pr.EXPIRES_AFTER): self._uuid = uuid self._ongoing_requests = {} self._ongoing_requests_lock = threading.RLock() self._transition_timeout = transition_timeout self._proxy = proxy.Proxy(uuid, exchange, on_wait=self._on_wait, url=url, transport=transport, transport_options=transport_options, retry_options=retry_options) # NOTE(harlowja): This is the most simplest finder impl. that # doesn't have external dependencies (outside of what this engine # already requires); it though does create periodic 'polling' traffic # to workers to 'learn' of the tasks they can perform (and requires # pre-existing knowledge of the topics those workers are on to gather # and update this information). self._finder = wt.ProxyWorkerFinder(uuid, self._proxy, topics, worker_expiry=worker_expiry) self._proxy.dispatcher.type_handlers.update({ pr.RESPONSE: dispatcher.Handler(self._process_response, validator=pr.Response.validate), pr.NOTIFY: dispatcher.Handler( self._finder.process_response, validator=functools.partial(pr.Notify.validate, response=True)), }) # Thread that will run the message dispatching (and periodically # call the on_wait callback to do various things) loop... self._helper = None self._messages_processed = { 'finder': self._finder.messages_processed, } def _process_response(self, response, message): """Process response from remote side.""" LOG.debug("Started processing response message '%s'", ku.DelayedPretty(message)) try: request_uuid =['correlation_id'] except KeyError: LOG.warning("The 'correlation_id' message property is" " missing in message '%s'", ku.DelayedPretty(message)) else: request = self._ongoing_requests.get(request_uuid) if request is not None: response = pr.Response.from_dict(response) LOG.debug("Extracted response '%s' and matched it to" " request '%s'", response, request) if response.state == pr.RUNNING: request.transition_and_log_error(pr.RUNNING, logger=LOG) elif response.state == pr.EVENT: # Proxy the event + details to the task notifier so # that it shows up in the local process (and activates # any local callbacks...); thus making it look like # the task is running locally (in some regards). event_type =['event_type'] details =['details'] request.task.notifier.notify(event_type, details) elif response.state in (pr.FAILURE, pr.SUCCESS): if request.transition_and_log_error(response.state, logger=LOG): with self._ongoing_requests_lock: del self._ongoing_requests[request.uuid] request.set_result(['result']) else: LOG.warning("Unexpected response status '%s'", response.state) else: LOG.debug("Request with id='%s' not found", request_uuid) @staticmethod def _handle_expired_request(request): """Handle a expired request. When a request has expired it is removed from the ongoing requests dictionary and a ``RequestTimeout`` exception is set as a request result. """ if request.transition_and_log_error(pr.FAILURE, logger=LOG): # Raise an exception (and then catch it) so we get a nice # traceback that the request will get instead of it getting # just an exception with no traceback... try: request_age = - request.created_on raise exc.RequestTimeout( "Request '%s' has expired after waiting for %0.2f" " seconds for it to transition out of (%s) states" % (request, request_age, ", ".join(pr.WAITING_STATES))) except exc.RequestTimeout: with misc.capture_failure() as failure: LOG.debug(failure.exception_str) request.set_result(failure) return True return False def _clean(self): if not self._ongoing_requests: return with self._ongoing_requests_lock: ongoing_requests_uuids = set(self._ongoing_requests.keys()) waiting_requests = {} expired_requests = {} for request_uuid in ongoing_requests_uuids: try: request = self._ongoing_requests[request_uuid] except KeyError: # Guess it got removed before we got to it... pass else: if request.expired: expired_requests[request_uuid] = request elif request.current_state == pr.WAITING: waiting_requests[request_uuid] = request if expired_requests: with self._ongoing_requests_lock: while expired_requests: request_uuid, request = expired_requests.popitem() if self._handle_expired_request(request): del self._ongoing_requests[request_uuid] if waiting_requests: finder = self._finder new_messages_processed = finder.messages_processed last_messages_processed = self._messages_processed['finder'] if new_messages_processed > last_messages_processed: # Some new message got to the finder, so we can see # if any new workers match (if no new messages have been # processed we might as well not do anything). while waiting_requests: _request_uuid, request = waiting_requests.popitem() worker = finder.get_worker_for_task(request.task) if (worker is not None and request.transition_and_log_error(pr.PENDING, logger=LOG)): self._publish_request(request, worker) self._messages_processed['finder'] = new_messages_processed def _on_wait(self): """This function is called cyclically between draining events.""" # Publish any finding messages (used to locate workers). self._finder.maybe_publish() # If the finder hasn't heard from workers in a given amount # of time, then those workers are likely dead, so clean them out... self._finder.clean() # Process any expired requests or requests that have no current # worker located (publish messages for those if we now do have # a worker located). self._clean() def _submit_task(self, task, task_uuid, action, arguments, progress_callback=None, result=pr.NO_RESULT, failures=None): """Submit task request to a worker.""" request = pr.Request(task, task_uuid, action, arguments, timeout=self._transition_timeout, result=result, failures=failures) # Register the callback, so that we can proxy the progress correctly. if (progress_callback is not None and task.notifier.can_be_registered(EVENT_UPDATE_PROGRESS)): task.notifier.register(EVENT_UPDATE_PROGRESS, progress_callback) request.future.add_done_callback( lambda _fut: task.notifier.deregister(EVENT_UPDATE_PROGRESS, progress_callback)) # Get task's worker and publish request if worker was found. worker = self._finder.get_worker_for_task(task) if worker is not None: if request.transition_and_log_error(pr.PENDING, logger=LOG): with self._ongoing_requests_lock: self._ongoing_requests[request.uuid] = request self._publish_request(request, worker) else: LOG.debug("Delaying submission of '%s', no currently known" " worker/s available to process it", request) with self._ongoing_requests_lock: self._ongoing_requests[request.uuid] = request return request.future def _publish_request(self, request, worker): """Publish request to a given topic.""" LOG.debug("Submitting execution of '%s' to worker '%s' (expecting" " response identified by reply_to=%s and" " correlation_id=%s) - waited %0.3f seconds to" " get published", request, worker, self._uuid, request.uuid, - request.created_on) try: self._proxy.publish(request, worker.topic, reply_to=self._uuid, correlation_id=request.uuid) except Exception: with misc.capture_failure() as failure: LOG.critical("Failed to submit '%s' (transitioning it to" " %s)", request, pr.FAILURE, exc_info=True) if request.transition_and_log_error(pr.FAILURE, logger=LOG): with self._ongoing_requests_lock: del self._ongoing_requests[request.uuid] request.set_result(failure)
[docs] def execute_task(self, task, task_uuid, arguments, progress_callback=None): return self._submit_task(task, task_uuid, pr.EXECUTE, arguments, progress_callback=progress_callback)
[docs] def revert_task(self, task, task_uuid, arguments, result, failures, progress_callback=None): return self._submit_task(task, task_uuid, pr.REVERT, arguments, result=result, failures=failures, progress_callback=progress_callback)
[docs] def wait_for_workers(self, workers=1, timeout=None): """Waits for geq workers to notify they are ready to do work. NOTE(harlowja): if a timeout is provided this function will wait until that timeout expires, if the amount of workers does not reach the desired amount of workers before the timeout expires then this will return how many workers are still needed, otherwise it will return zero. """ return self._finder.wait_for_workers(workers=workers, timeout=timeout)
[docs] def start(self): """Starts message processing thread.""" if self._helper is not None: raise RuntimeError("Worker executor must be stopped before" " it can be started") self._helper = tu.daemon_thread(self._proxy.start) self._helper.start() self._proxy.wait()
[docs] def stop(self): """Stops message processing thread.""" if self._helper is not None: self._proxy.stop() self._helper.join() self._helper = None with self._ongoing_requests_lock: while self._ongoing_requests: _request_uuid, request = self._ongoing_requests.popitem() self._handle_expired_request(request) self._finder.reset() self._messages_processed['finder'] = self._finder.messages_processed