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# Copyright 2010 United States Government as represented by the
# Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
# Copyright 2011 Justin Santa Barbara
# All Rights Reserved.
#
# 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
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
# License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
# under the License.
import functools
import random
import sys
import time
from eventlet import event
from eventlet import greenthread
from oslo_log import log as logging
from oslo_utils import eventletutils
from oslo_utils import excutils
from oslo_utils import reflection
from oslo_utils import timeutils
from oslo_service._i18n import _
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
class LoopingCallDone(Exception):
"""Exception to break out and stop a LoopingCallBase.
The poll-function passed to LoopingCallBase can raise this exception to
break out of the loop normally. This is somewhat analogous to
StopIteration.
An optional return-value can be included as the argument to the exception;
this return-value will be returned by LoopingCallBase.wait()
"""
def __init__(self, retvalue=True):
""":param retvalue: Value that LoopingCallBase.wait() should return."""
self.retvalue = retvalue
class LoopingCallTimeOut(Exception):
"""Exception for a timed out LoopingCall.
The LoopingCall will raise this exception when a timeout is provided
and it is exceeded.
"""
pass
def _safe_wrapper(f, kind, func_name):
"""Wrapper that calls into wrapped function and logs errors as needed."""
def func(*args, **kwargs):
try:
return f(*args, **kwargs)
except LoopingCallDone:
raise # let the outer handler process this
except Exception:
LOG.error('%(kind)s %(func_name)r failed',
{'kind': kind, 'func_name': func_name},
exc_info=True)
return 0
return func
class LoopingCallBase(object):
_KIND = _("Unknown looping call")
_RUN_ONLY_ONE_MESSAGE = _("A looping call can only run one function"
" at a time")
def __init__(self, f=None, *args, **kw):
self.args = args
self.kw = kw
self.f = f
self._thread = None
self.done = None
self._abort = eventletutils.EventletEvent()
@property
def _running(self):
return not self._abort.is_set()
def stop(self):
if self._running:
self._abort.set()
def wait(self):
return self.done.wait()
def _on_done(self, gt, *args, **kwargs):
self._thread = None
def _sleep(self, timeout):
self._abort.wait(timeout)
def _start(self, idle_for, initial_delay=None, stop_on_exception=True):
"""Start the looping
:param idle_for: Callable that takes two positional arguments, returns
how long to idle for. The first positional argument is
the last result from the function being looped and the
second positional argument is the time it took to
calculate that result.
:param initial_delay: How long to delay before starting the looping.
Value is in seconds.
:param stop_on_exception: Whether to stop if an exception occurs.
:returns: eventlet event instance
"""
if self._thread is not None:
raise RuntimeError(self._RUN_ONLY_ONE_MESSAGE)
self.done = event.Event()
self._abort.clear()
self._thread = greenthread.spawn(
self._run_loop, idle_for,
initial_delay=initial_delay, stop_on_exception=stop_on_exception)
self._thread.link(self._on_done)
return self.done
# NOTE(bnemec): This is just a wrapper function we can mock so we aren't
# affected by other users of the StopWatch class.
def _elapsed(self, watch):
return watch.elapsed()
def _run_loop(self, idle_for_func,
initial_delay=None, stop_on_exception=True):
kind = self._KIND
func_name = reflection.get_callable_name(self.f)
func = self.f if stop_on_exception else _safe_wrapper(self.f, kind,
func_name)
if initial_delay:
self._sleep(initial_delay)
try:
watch = timeutils.StopWatch()
while self._running:
watch.restart()
result = func(*self.args, **self.kw)
watch.stop()
if not self._running:
break
idle = idle_for_func(result, self._elapsed(watch))
LOG.trace('%(kind)s %(func_name)r sleeping '
'for %(idle).02f seconds',
{'func_name': func_name, 'idle': idle,
'kind': kind})
self._sleep(idle)
except LoopingCallDone as e:
self.done.send(e.retvalue)
except Exception:
exc_info = sys.exc_info()
try:
LOG.error('%(kind)s %(func_name)r failed',
{'kind': kind, 'func_name': func_name},
exc_info=exc_info)
self.done.send_exception(*exc_info)
finally:
del exc_info
return
else:
self.done.send(True)
class FixedIntervalLoopingCall(LoopingCallBase):
"""A fixed interval looping call."""
_RUN_ONLY_ONE_MESSAGE = _("A fixed interval looping call can only run"
" one function at a time")
_KIND = _('Fixed interval looping call')
def start(self, interval, initial_delay=None, stop_on_exception=True):
def _idle_for(result, elapsed):
delay = round(elapsed - interval, 2)
if delay > 0:
func_name = reflection.get_callable_name(self.f)
LOG.warning('Function %(func_name)r run outlasted '
'interval by %(delay).2f sec',
{'func_name': func_name, 'delay': delay})
return -delay if delay < 0 else 0
return self._start(_idle_for, initial_delay=initial_delay,
stop_on_exception=stop_on_exception)
class FixedIntervalWithTimeoutLoopingCall(LoopingCallBase):
"""A fixed interval looping call with timeout checking mechanism."""
_RUN_ONLY_ONE_MESSAGE = _("A fixed interval looping call with timeout"
" checking and can only run one function at"
" at a time")
_KIND = _('Fixed interval looping call with timeout checking.')
def start(self, interval, initial_delay=None,
stop_on_exception=True, timeout=0):
start_time = time.time()
def _idle_for(result, elapsed):
delay = round(elapsed - interval, 2)
if delay > 0:
func_name = reflection.get_callable_name(self.f)
LOG.warning('Function %(func_name)r run outlasted '
'interval by %(delay).2f sec',
{'func_name': func_name, 'delay': delay})
elapsed_time = time.time() - start_time
if timeout > 0 and elapsed_time > timeout:
raise LoopingCallTimeOut(
_('Looping call timed out after %.02f seconds')
% elapsed_time)
return -delay if delay < 0 else 0
return self._start(_idle_for, initial_delay=initial_delay,
stop_on_exception=stop_on_exception)
class DynamicLoopingCall(LoopingCallBase):
"""A looping call which sleeps until the next known event.
The function called should return how long to sleep for before being
called again.
"""
_RUN_ONLY_ONE_MESSAGE = _("A dynamic interval looping call can only run"
" one function at a time")
_TASK_MISSING_SLEEP_VALUE_MESSAGE = _(
"A dynamic interval looping call should supply either an"
" interval or periodic_interval_max"
)
_KIND = _('Dynamic interval looping call')
def start(self, initial_delay=None, periodic_interval_max=None,
stop_on_exception=True):
def _idle_for(suggested_delay, elapsed):
delay = suggested_delay
if delay is None:
if periodic_interval_max is not None:
delay = periodic_interval_max
else:
# Note(suro-patz): An application used to receive a
# TypeError thrown from eventlet layer, before
# this RuntimeError was introduced.
raise RuntimeError(
self._TASK_MISSING_SLEEP_VALUE_MESSAGE)
else:
if periodic_interval_max is not None:
delay = min(delay, periodic_interval_max)
return delay
return self._start(_idle_for, initial_delay=initial_delay,
stop_on_exception=stop_on_exception)
class BackOffLoopingCall(LoopingCallBase):
"""Run a method in a loop with backoff on error.
The passed in function should return True (no error, return to
initial_interval),
False (error, start backing off), or raise LoopingCallDone(retvalue=None)
(quit looping, return retvalue if set).
When there is an error, the call will backoff on each failure. The
backoff will be equal to double the previous base interval times some
jitter. If a backoff would put it over the timeout, it halts immediately,
so the call will never take more than timeout, but may and likely will
take less time.
When the function return value is True or False, the interval will be
multiplied by a random jitter. If min_jitter or max_jitter is None,
there will be no jitter (jitter=1). If min_jitter is below 0.5, the code
may not backoff and may increase its retry rate.
If func constantly returns True, this function will not return.
To run a func and wait for a call to finish (by raising a LoopingCallDone):
timer = BackOffLoopingCall(func)
response = timer.start().wait()
:param initial_delay: delay before first running of function
:param starting_interval: initial interval in seconds between calls to
function. When an error occurs and then a
success, the interval is returned to
starting_interval
:param timeout: time in seconds before a LoopingCallTimeout is raised.
The call will never take longer than timeout, but may quit
before timeout.
:param max_interval: The maximum interval between calls during errors
:param jitter: Used to vary when calls are actually run to avoid group of
calls all coming at the exact same time. Uses
random.gauss(jitter, 0.1), with jitter as the mean for the
distribution. If set below .5, it can cause the calls to
come more rapidly after each failure.
:param min_interval: The minimum interval in seconds between calls to
function.
:raises: LoopingCallTimeout if time spent doing error retries would exceed
timeout.
"""
_RNG = random.SystemRandom()
_KIND = _('Dynamic backoff interval looping call')
_RUN_ONLY_ONE_MESSAGE = _("A dynamic backoff interval looping call can"
" only run one function at a time")
def __init__(self, f=None, *args, **kw):
super(BackOffLoopingCall, self).__init__(f=f, *args, **kw)
self._error_time = 0
self._interval = 1
def start(self, initial_delay=None, starting_interval=1, timeout=300,
max_interval=300, jitter=0.75, min_interval=0.001):
if self._thread is not None:
raise RuntimeError(self._RUN_ONLY_ONE_MESSAGE)
# Reset any prior state.
self._error_time = 0
self._interval = starting_interval
def _idle_for(success, _elapsed):
random_jitter = abs(self._RNG.gauss(jitter, 0.1))
if success:
# Reset error state now that it didn't error...
self._interval = starting_interval
self._error_time = 0
return self._interval * random_jitter
else:
# Perform backoff, random jitter around the next interval
# bounded by min_interval and max_interval.
idle = max(self._interval * 2 * random_jitter, min_interval)
idle = min(idle, max_interval)
# Calculate the next interval based on the mean, so that the
# backoff grows at the desired rate.
self._interval = max(self._interval * 2 * jitter, min_interval)
# Don't go over timeout, end early if necessary. If
# timeout is 0, keep going.
if timeout > 0 and self._error_time + idle > timeout:
raise LoopingCallTimeOut(
_('Looping call timed out after %.02f seconds')
% self._error_time)
self._error_time += idle
return idle
return self._start(_idle_for, initial_delay=initial_delay)
class RetryDecorator(object):
"""Decorator for retrying a function upon suggested exceptions.
The decorated function is retried for the given number of times, and the
sleep time between the retries is incremented until max sleep time is
reached. If the max retry count is set to -1, then the decorated function
is invoked indefinitely until an exception is thrown, and the caught
exception is not in the list of suggested exceptions.
"""
def __init__(self, max_retry_count=-1, inc_sleep_time=10,
max_sleep_time=60, exceptions=()):
"""Configure the retry object using the input params.
:param max_retry_count: maximum number of times the given function must
be retried when one of the input 'exceptions'
is caught. When set to -1, it will be retried
indefinitely until an exception is thrown
and the caught exception is not in param
exceptions.
:param inc_sleep_time: incremental time in seconds for sleep time
between retries
:param max_sleep_time: max sleep time in seconds beyond which the sleep
time will not be incremented using param
inc_sleep_time. On reaching this threshold,
max_sleep_time will be used as the sleep time.
:param exceptions: suggested exceptions for which the function must be
retried, if no exceptions are provided (the default)
then all exceptions will be reraised, and no
retrying will be triggered.
"""
self._max_retry_count = max_retry_count
self._inc_sleep_time = inc_sleep_time
self._max_sleep_time = max_sleep_time
self._exceptions = exceptions
self._retry_count = 0
self._sleep_time = 0
def __call__(self, f):
func_name = reflection.get_callable_name(f)
def _func(*args, **kwargs):
result = None
try:
if self._retry_count:
LOG.debug("Invoking %(func_name)s; retry count is "
"%(retry_count)d.",
{'func_name': func_name,
'retry_count': self._retry_count})
result = f(*args, **kwargs)
except self._exceptions:
with excutils.save_and_reraise_exception() as ctxt:
LOG.debug("Exception which is in the suggested list of "
"exceptions occurred while invoking function:"
" %s.",
func_name)
if (self._max_retry_count != -1 and
self._retry_count >= self._max_retry_count):
LOG.debug("Cannot retry %(func_name)s upon "
"suggested exception "
"since retry count (%(retry_count)d) "
"reached max retry count "
"(%(max_retry_count)d).",
{'retry_count': self._retry_count,
'max_retry_count': self._max_retry_count,
'func_name': func_name})
else:
ctxt.reraise = False
self._retry_count += 1
self._sleep_time += self._inc_sleep_time
return self._sleep_time
raise LoopingCallDone(result)
@functools.wraps(f)
def func(*args, **kwargs):
loop = DynamicLoopingCall(_func, *args, **kwargs)
evt = loop.start(periodic_interval_max=self._max_sleep_time)
LOG.debug("Waiting for function %s to return.", func_name)
return evt.wait()
return func