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import logging
import os

from taskflow import exceptions
from taskflow.listeners import base
from taskflow import states

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class CheckingClaimListener(base.Listener): """Listener that interacts [engine, job, jobboard]; ensures claim is valid. This listener (or a derivative) can be associated with an engines notification system after the job has been claimed (so that the jobs work can be worked on by that engine). This listener (after associated) will check that the job is still claimed *whenever* the engine notifies of a task or flow state change. If the job is not claimed when a state change occurs, a associated handler (or the default) will be activated to determine how to react to this *hopefully* exceptional case. NOTE(harlowja): this may create more traffic than desired to the jobboard backend (zookeeper or other), since the amount of state change per task and flow is non-zero (and checking during each state change will result in quite a few calls to that management system to check the jobs claim status); this could be later optimized to check less (or only check on a smaller set of states) NOTE(harlowja): if a custom ``on_job_loss`` callback is provided it must accept three positional arguments, the first being the current engine being ran, the second being the 'task/flow' state and the third being the details that were sent from the engine to listeners for inspection. """ def __init__(self, engine, job, board, owner, on_job_loss=None): super(CheckingClaimListener, self).__init__(engine) self._job = job self._board = board self._owner = owner if on_job_loss is None: self._on_job_loss = self._suspend_engine_on_loss else: if not callable(on_job_loss): raise ValueError("Custom 'on_job_loss' handler must be" " callable") self._on_job_loss = on_job_loss def _suspend_engine_on_loss(self, engine, state, details): """The default strategy for handling claims being lost.""" try: engine.suspend() except exceptions.TaskFlowException as e: LOG.warning("Failed suspending engine '%s', (previously owned by" " '%s'):%s%s", engine, self._owner, os.linesep, e.pformat()) def _flow_receiver(self, state, details): self._claim_checker(state, details) def _task_receiver(self, state, details): self._claim_checker(state, details) def _has_been_lost(self): try: job_state = self._job.state job_owner = self._board.find_owner(self._job) except (exceptions.NotFound, exceptions.JobFailure): return True else: if job_state == states.UNCLAIMED or self._owner != job_owner: return True else: return False def _claim_checker(self, state, details): if not self._has_been_lost(): LOG.debug("Job '%s' is still claimed (actively owned by '%s')", self._job, self._owner) else: LOG.warning("Job '%s' has lost its claim" " (previously owned by '%s')", self._job, self._owner) self._on_job_loss(self._engine, state, details)