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Source code for celery.utils.timer2

"""Scheduler for Python functions.

.. note::
    This is used for the thread-based worker only,
    not for amqp/redis/sqs/qpid where :mod:`kombu.asynchronous.timer` is used.
import os
import sys
import threading
from itertools import count
from threading import TIMEOUT_MAX as THREAD_TIMEOUT_MAX
from time import sleep

from kombu.asynchronous.timer import Entry
from kombu.asynchronous.timer import Timer as Schedule
from kombu.asynchronous.timer import logger, to_timestamp

TIMER_DEBUG = os.environ.get('TIMER_DEBUG')

__all__ = ('Entry', 'Schedule', 'Timer', 'to_timestamp')

[docs] class Timer(threading.Thread): """Timer thread. Note: This is only used for transports not supporting AsyncIO. """ Entry = Entry Schedule = Schedule running = False on_tick = None _timer_count = count(1) if TIMER_DEBUG: # pragma: no cover def start(self, *args, **kwargs): import traceback print('- Timer starting') traceback.print_stack() super().start(*args, **kwargs) def __init__(self, schedule=None, on_error=None, on_tick=None, on_start=None, max_interval=None, **kwargs): self.schedule = schedule or self.Schedule(on_error=on_error, max_interval=max_interval) self.on_start = on_start self.on_tick = on_tick or self.on_tick super().__init__() # `_is_stopped` is likely to be an attribute on `Thread` objects so we # double underscore these names to avoid shadowing anything and # potentially getting confused by the superclass turning these into # something other than an `Event` instance (e.g. a `bool`) self.__is_shutdown = threading.Event() self.__is_stopped = threading.Event() self.mutex = threading.Lock() self.not_empty = threading.Condition(self.mutex) self.daemon = True = f'Timer-{next(self._timer_count)}' def _next_entry(self): with self.not_empty: delay, entry = next(self.scheduler) if entry is None: if delay is None: self.not_empty.wait(1.0) return delay return self.schedule.apply_entry(entry) __next__ = next = _next_entry # for 2to3
[docs] def run(self): try: self.running = True self.scheduler = iter(self.schedule) while not self.__is_shutdown.is_set(): delay = self._next_entry() if delay: if self.on_tick: self.on_tick(delay) if sleep is None: # pragma: no cover break sleep(delay) try: self.__is_stopped.set() except TypeError: # pragma: no cover # we lost the race at interpreter shutdown, # so gc collected built-in modules. pass except Exception as exc: logger.error('Thread Timer crashed: %r', exc, exc_info=True) sys.stderr.flush() os._exit(1)
[docs] def stop(self): self.__is_shutdown.set() if self.running: self.__is_stopped.wait() self.join(THREAD_TIMEOUT_MAX) self.running = False
[docs] def ensure_started(self): if not self.running and not self.is_alive(): if self.on_start: self.on_start(self) self.start()
def _do_enter(self, meth, *args, **kwargs): self.ensure_started() with self.mutex: entry = getattr(self.schedule, meth)(*args, **kwargs) self.not_empty.notify() return entry
[docs] def enter(self, entry, eta, priority=None): return self._do_enter('enter_at', entry, eta, priority=priority)
[docs] def call_at(self, *args, **kwargs): return self._do_enter('call_at', *args, **kwargs)
[docs] def enter_after(self, *args, **kwargs): return self._do_enter('enter_after', *args, **kwargs)
[docs] def call_after(self, *args, **kwargs): return self._do_enter('call_after', *args, **kwargs)
[docs] def call_repeatedly(self, *args, **kwargs): return self._do_enter('call_repeatedly', *args, **kwargs)
[docs] def exit_after(self, secs, priority=10): self.call_after(secs, sys.exit, priority)
[docs] def cancel(self, tref): tref.cancel()
[docs] def clear(self): self.schedule.clear()
[docs] def empty(self): return not len(self)
def __len__(self): return len(self.schedule) def __bool__(self): """``bool(timer)``.""" return True __nonzero__ = __bool__ @property def queue(self): return self.schedule.queue