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heat/heat/rpc/amqp.py

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# Copyright 2010 United States Government as represented by the
# Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
# All Rights Reserved.
# Copyright 2011 - 2012, Red Hat, Inc.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
# not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
# a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
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# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
# License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
# under the License.
"""
Shared code between AMQP based nova.rpc implementations.
The code in this module is shared between the rpc implemenations based on AMQP.
Specifically, this includes impl_kombu and impl_qpid. impl_carrot also uses
AMQP, but is deprecated and predates this code.
"""
import inspect
import logging
import sys
import traceback
import uuid
from eventlet import greenpool
from eventlet import pools
from heat.common import context
from heat.common import exception
from heat.common import config
from heat.openstack.common import local
import heat.rpc.common as rpc_common
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
FLAGS = config.FLAGS
class Pool(pools.Pool):
"""Class that implements a Pool of Connections."""
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
self.connection_cls = kwargs.pop("connection_cls", None)
kwargs.setdefault("max_size", FLAGS.rpc_conn_pool_size)
kwargs.setdefault("order_as_stack", True)
super(Pool, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
# TODO(comstud): Timeout connections not used in a while
def create(self):
LOG.debug('Pool creating new connection')
return self.connection_cls()
def empty(self):
while self.free_items:
item = self.get()
try:
item.close()
except Exception:
pass
class ConnectionContext(rpc_common.Connection):
"""The class that is actually returned to the caller of
create_connection(). This is a essentially a wrapper around
Connection that supports 'with' and can return a new Connection or
one from a pool. It will also catch when an instance of this class
is to be deleted so that we can return Connections to the pool on
exceptions and so forth without making the caller be responsible for
catching all exceptions and making sure to return a connection to
the pool.
"""
def __init__(self, connection_pool, pooled=True, server_params=None):
"""Create a new connection, or get one from the pool"""
self.connection = None
self.connection_pool = connection_pool
if pooled:
self.connection = connection_pool.get()
else:
self.connection = connection_pool.connection_cls(
server_params=server_params)
self.pooled = pooled
def __enter__(self):
"""When with ConnectionContext() is used, return self"""
return self
def _done(self):
"""If the connection came from a pool, clean it up and put it back.
If it did not come from a pool, close it.
"""
if self.connection:
if self.pooled:
# Reset the connection so it's ready for the next caller
# to grab from the pool
self.connection.reset()
self.connection_pool.put(self.connection)
else:
try:
self.connection.close()
except Exception:
pass
self.connection = None
def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_value, tb):
"""End of 'with' statement. We're done here."""
self._done()
def __del__(self):
"""Caller is done with this connection. Make sure we cleaned up."""
self._done()
def close(self):
"""Caller is done with this connection."""
self._done()
def create_consumer(self, topic, proxy, fanout=False):
self.connection.create_consumer(topic, proxy, fanout)
def consume_in_thread(self):
self.connection.consume_in_thread()
def __getattr__(self, key):
"""Proxy all other calls to the Connection instance"""
if self.connection:
return getattr(self.connection, key)
else:
raise exception.InvalidRPCConnectionReuse()
def msg_reply(msg_id, connection_pool, reply=None, failure=None, ending=False):
"""Sends a reply or an error on the channel signified by msg_id.
Failure should be a sys.exc_info() tuple.
"""
with ConnectionContext(connection_pool) as conn:
if failure:
message = str(failure[1])
tb = ''.join(traceback.format_exception(*failure))
LOG.error(_("Returning exception %s to caller"), message)
LOG.error(tb)
failure = (failure[0].__name__, str(failure[1]), tb)
try:
msg = {'result': reply, 'failure': failure}
except TypeError:
msg = {'result': dict((k, repr(v))
for k, v in reply.__dict__.iteritems()),
'failure': failure}
if ending:
msg['ending'] = True
conn.direct_send(msg_id, msg)
class RpcContext(context.RequestContext):
"""Context that supports replying to a rpc.call"""
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
self.msg_id = kwargs.pop('msg_id', None)
super(RpcContext, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
def reply(self, reply=None, failure=None, ending=False,
connection_pool=None):
if self.msg_id:
msg_reply(self.msg_id, connection_pool, reply, failure,
ending)
if ending:
self.msg_id = None
def unpack_context(msg):
"""Unpack context from msg."""
context_dict = {}
for key in list(msg.keys()):
# NOTE(vish): Some versions of python don't like unicode keys
# in kwargs.
key = str(key)
if key.startswith('_context_'):
value = msg.pop(key)
context_dict[key[9:]] = value
context_dict['msg_id'] = msg.pop('_msg_id', None)
ctx = RpcContext.from_dict(context_dict)
LOG.debug(_('unpacked context: %s'), ctx.to_dict())
return ctx
def pack_context(msg, context):
"""Pack context into msg.
Values for message keys need to be less than 255 chars, so we pull
context out into a bunch of separate keys. If we want to support
more arguments in rabbit messages, we may want to do the same
for args at some point.
"""
context_d = dict([('_context_%s' % key, value)
for (key, value) in context.to_dict().iteritems()])
msg.update(context_d)
class ProxyCallback(object):
"""Calls methods on a proxy object based on method and args."""
def __init__(self, proxy, connection_pool):
self.proxy = proxy
self.pool = greenpool.GreenPool(FLAGS.rpc_thread_pool_size)
self.connection_pool = connection_pool
def __call__(self, message_data):
"""Consumer callback to call a method on a proxy object.
Parses the message for validity and fires off a thread to call the
proxy object method.
Message data should be a dictionary with two keys:
method: string representing the method to call
args: dictionary of arg: value
Example: {'method': 'echo', 'args': {'value': 42}}
"""
# It is important to clear the context here, because at this point
# the previous context is stored in local.store.context
if hasattr(local.store, 'context'):
del local.store.context
rpc_common._safe_log(LOG.debug, _('received %s'), message_data)
ctxt = unpack_context(message_data)
method = message_data.get('method')
args = message_data.get('args', {})
if not method:
LOG.warn(_('no method for message: %s') % message_data)
ctxt.reply(_('No method for message: %s') % message_data,
connection_pool=self.connection_pool)
return
self.pool.spawn_n(self._process_data, ctxt, method, args)
@exception.wrap_exception()
def _process_data(self, ctxt, method, args):
"""Thread that magically looks for a method on the proxy
object and calls it.
"""
ctxt.update_store()
try:
node_func = getattr(self.proxy, str(method))
node_args = dict((str(k), v) for k, v in args.iteritems())
# NOTE(vish): magic is fun!
rval = node_func(context=ctxt, **node_args)
# Check if the result was a generator
if inspect.isgenerator(rval):
for x in rval:
ctxt.reply(x, None, connection_pool=self.connection_pool)
else:
ctxt.reply(rval, None, connection_pool=self.connection_pool)
# This final None tells multicall that it is done.
ctxt.reply(ending=True, connection_pool=self.connection_pool)
except Exception as e:
LOG.exception('Exception during message handling')
ctxt.reply(None, sys.exc_info(),
connection_pool=self.connection_pool)
return
class MulticallWaiter(object):
def __init__(self, connection, timeout):
self._connection = connection
self._iterator = connection.iterconsume(
timeout=timeout or FLAGS.rpc_response_timeout)
self._result = None
self._done = False
self._got_ending = False
def done(self):
if self._done:
return
self._done = True
self._iterator.close()
self._iterator = None
self._connection.close()
def __call__(self, data):
"""The consume() callback will call this. Store the result."""
if data['failure']:
self._result = rpc_common.RemoteError(*data['failure'])
elif data.get('ending', False):
self._got_ending = True
else:
self._result = data['result']
def __iter__(self):
"""Return a result until we get a 'None' response from consumer"""
if self._done:
raise StopIteration
while True:
self._iterator.next()
if self._got_ending:
self.done()
raise StopIteration
result = self._result
if isinstance(result, Exception):
self.done()
raise result
yield result
def create_connection(new, connection_pool):
"""Create a connection"""
return ConnectionContext(connection_pool, pooled=not new)
def multicall(context, topic, msg, timeout, connection_pool):
"""Make a call that returns multiple times."""
# Can't use 'with' for multicall, as it returns an iterator
# that will continue to use the connection. When it's done,
# connection.close() will get called which will put it back into
# the pool
LOG.debug(_('Making asynchronous call on %s ...'), topic)
msg_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
msg.update({'_msg_id': msg_id})
LOG.debug(_('MSG_ID is %s') % (msg_id))
pack_context(msg, context)
conn = ConnectionContext(connection_pool)
wait_msg = MulticallWaiter(conn, timeout)
conn.declare_direct_consumer(msg_id, wait_msg)
conn.topic_send(topic, msg)
return wait_msg
def call(context, topic, msg, timeout, connection_pool):
"""Sends a message on a topic and wait for a response."""
rv = multicall(context, topic, msg, timeout, connection_pool)
# NOTE(vish): return the last result from the multicall
rv = list(rv)
if not rv:
return
return rv[-1]
def cast(context, topic, msg, connection_pool):
"""Sends a message on a topic without waiting for a response."""
LOG.debug(_('Making asynchronous cast on %s...'), topic)
pack_context(msg, context)
with ConnectionContext(connection_pool) as conn:
conn.topic_send(topic, msg)
def fanout_cast(context, topic, msg, connection_pool):
"""Sends a message on a fanout exchange without waiting for a response."""
LOG.debug(_('Making asynchronous fanout cast...'))
pack_context(msg, context)
with ConnectionContext(connection_pool) as conn:
conn.fanout_send(topic, msg)
def cast_to_server(context, server_params, topic, msg, connection_pool):
"""Sends a message on a topic to a specific server."""
pack_context(msg, context)
with ConnectionContext(connection_pool, pooled=False,
server_params=server_params) as conn:
conn.topic_send(topic, msg)
def fanout_cast_to_server(context, server_params, topic, msg,
connection_pool):
"""Sends a message on a fanout exchange to a specific server."""
pack_context(msg, context)
with ConnectionContext(connection_pool, pooled=False,
server_params=server_params) as conn:
conn.fanout_send(topic, msg)
def notify(context, topic, msg, connection_pool):
"""Sends a notification event on a topic."""
LOG.debug(_('Sending notification on %s...'), topic)
pack_context(msg, context)
with ConnectionContext(connection_pool) as conn:
conn.notify_send(topic, msg)
def cleanup(connection_pool):
connection_pool.empty()