Source code for taskflow.persistence.backends.impl_dir

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

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import contextlib
import errno
import io
import os
import shutil

import cachetools
import fasteners
from oslo_serialization import jsonutils
from oslo_utils import fileutils

from taskflow import exceptions as exc
from taskflow.persistence import path_based
from taskflow.utils import misc

def _storagefailure_wrapper():
    except exc.TaskFlowException:
    except Exception as e:
        if isinstance(e, (IOError, OSError)) and e.errno == errno.ENOENT:
                                 'Item not found: %s' % e.filename,
                                 "Storage backend internal error", cause=e)

[docs] class DirBackend(path_based.PathBasedBackend): """A directory and file based backend. This backend does *not* provide true transactional semantics. It does guarantee that there will be no interprocess race conditions when writing and reading by using a consistent hierarchy of file based locks. Example configuration:: conf = { "path": "/tmp/taskflow", # save data to this root directory "max_cache_size": 1024, # keep up-to 1024 entries in memory } """ DEFAULT_FILE_ENCODING = 'utf-8' """ Default encoding used when decoding or encoding files into or from text/unicode into binary or binary into text/unicode. """ def __init__(self, conf): super(DirBackend, self).__init__(conf) max_cache_size = self._conf.get('max_cache_size') if max_cache_size is not None: max_cache_size = int(max_cache_size) if max_cache_size < 1: raise ValueError("Maximum cache size must be greater than" " or equal to one") self.file_cache = cachetools.LRUCache(max_cache_size) else: self.file_cache = {} self.encoding = self._conf.get('encoding', self.DEFAULT_FILE_ENCODING) if not self._path: raise ValueError("Empty path is disallowed") self._path = os.path.abspath(self._path) self.lock = fasteners.ReaderWriterLock()
[docs] def get_connection(self): return Connection(self)
[docs] def close(self): pass
[docs] class Connection(path_based.PathBasedConnection): def _read_from(self, filename): # This is very similar to the oslo-incubator fileutils module, but # tweaked to not depend on a global cache, as well as tweaked to not # pull-in the oslo logging module (which is a huge pile of code). mtime = os.path.getmtime(filename) cache_info = self.backend.file_cache.setdefault(filename, {}) if not cache_info or mtime > cache_info.get('mtime', 0): with, 'r', encoding=self.backend.encoding) as fp: cache_info['data'] = cache_info['mtime'] = mtime return cache_info['data'] def _write_to(self, filename, contents): contents = misc.binary_encode(contents, encoding=self.backend.encoding) with, 'wb') as fp: fp.write(contents) self.backend.file_cache.pop(filename, None) @contextlib.contextmanager def _path_lock(self, path): lockfile = self._join_path(path, 'lock') with fasteners.InterProcessLock(lockfile) as lock: with _storagefailure_wrapper(): yield lock def _join_path(self, *parts): return os.path.join(*parts) def _get_item(self, path): with self._path_lock(path): item_path = self._join_path(path, 'metadata') return misc.decode_json(self._read_from(item_path)) def _set_item(self, path, value, transaction): with self._path_lock(path): item_path = self._join_path(path, 'metadata') self._write_to(item_path, jsonutils.dumps(value)) def _del_tree(self, path, transaction): with self._path_lock(path): shutil.rmtree(path) def _get_children(self, path): if path == self.book_path: filter_func = os.path.isdir else: filter_func = os.path.islink with _storagefailure_wrapper(): return [child for child in os.listdir(path) if filter_func(self._join_path(path, child))] def _ensure_path(self, path): with _storagefailure_wrapper(): fileutils.ensure_tree(path) def _create_link(self, src_path, dest_path, transaction): with _storagefailure_wrapper(): try: os.symlink(src_path, dest_path) except OSError as e: if e.errno != errno.EEXIST: raise @contextlib.contextmanager def _transaction(self): """This just wraps a global write-lock.""" lock = self.backend.lock.write_lock with lock(): yield
[docs] def validate(self): with _storagefailure_wrapper(): for p in (self.flow_path, self.atom_path, self.book_path): if not os.path.isdir(p): raise RuntimeError("Missing required directory: %s" % (p))