OpenStack library for messaging
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# Copyright 2013 eNovance
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"""A notification listener exposes a number of endpoints, each of which
contain a set of methods. Each method corresponds to a notification priority.
To create a notification listener, you supply a transport, list of targets and
a list of endpoints.
A transport can be obtained simply by calling the get_transport() method::
transport = messaging.get_transport(conf)
which will load the appropriate transport driver according to the user's
messaging configuration configuration. See get_transport() for more details.
The target supplied when creating a notification listener expresses the topic
and - optionally - the exchange to listen on. See Target for more details
on these attributes.
Notification listener have start(), stop() and wait() messages to begin
handling requests, stop handling requests and wait for all in-process
requests to complete.
Each notification listener is associated with an executor which integrates the
listener with a specific I/O handling framework. Currently, there are blocking
and eventlet executors available.
A simple example of a notification listener with multiple endpoints might be::
from oslo_config import cfg
import oslo_messaging
class NotificationEndpoint(object):
def warn(self, ctxt, publisher_id, event_type, payload, metadata):
do_something(payload)
class ErrorEndpoint(object):
def error(self, ctxt, publisher_id, event_type, payload, metadata):
do_something(payload)
transport = oslo_messaging.get_transport(cfg.CONF)
targets = [
oslo_messaging.Target(topic='notifications')
oslo_messaging.Target(topic='notifications_bis')
]
endpoints = [
NotificationEndpoint(),
ErrorEndpoint(),
]
pool = "listener-workers"
server = oslo_messaging.get_notification_listener(transport, targets,
endpoints, pool)
server.start()
server.wait()
A notifier sends a notification on a topic with a priority, the notification
listener will receive this notification if the topic of this one have been set
in one of the targets and if an endpoint implements the method named like the
priority
Parameters to endpoint methods are the request context supplied by the client,
the publisher_id of the notification message, the event_type, the payload and
metadata. The metadata parameter is a mapping containing a unique message_id
and a timestamp.
By supplying a serializer object, a listener can deserialize a request context
and arguments from - and serialize return values to - primitive types.
By supplying a pool name you can create multiple groups of listeners consuming
notifications and that each group only receives one copy of each
notification.
An endpoint method can explicitly return
oslo_messaging.NotificationResult.HANDLED to acknowledge a message or
oslo_messaging.NotificationResult.REQUEUE to requeue the message.
The message is acknowledged only if all endpoints either return
oslo_messaging.NotificationResult.HANDLED or None.
Note that not all transport drivers implement support for requeueing. In order
to use this feature, applications should assert that the feature is available
by passing allow_requeue=True to get_notification_listener(). If the driver
does not support requeueing, it will raise NotImplementedError at this point.
"""
from oslo_messaging.notify import dispatcher as notify_dispatcher
from oslo_messaging import server as msg_server
def get_notification_listener(transport, targets, endpoints,
executor='blocking', serializer=None,
allow_requeue=False, pool=None):
"""Construct a notification listener
The executor parameter controls how incoming messages will be received and
dispatched. By default, the most simple executor is used - the blocking
executor.
If the eventlet executor is used, the threading and time library need to be
monkeypatched.
:param transport: the messaging transport
:type transport: Transport
:param targets: the exchanges and topics to listen on
:type targets: list of Target
:param endpoints: a list of endpoint objects
:type endpoints: list
:param executor: name of a message executor - for example
'eventlet', 'blocking'
:type executor: str
:param serializer: an optional entity serializer
:type serializer: Serializer
:param allow_requeue: whether NotificationResult.REQUEUE support is needed
:type allow_requeue: bool
:param pool: the pool name
:type pool: str
:raises: NotImplementedError
"""
transport._require_driver_features(requeue=allow_requeue)
dispatcher = notify_dispatcher.NotificationDispatcher(targets, endpoints,
serializer,
allow_requeue, pool)
return msg_server.MessageHandlingServer(transport, dispatcher, executor)