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Source code for celery.contrib.testing.worker

"""Embedded workers for integration tests."""
import os
import threading
from contextlib import contextmanager
from typing import Any, Iterable, Union

import celery.worker.consumer
from celery import Celery, worker
from celery.result import _set_task_join_will_block, allow_join_result
from celery.utils.dispatch import Signal
from celery.utils.nodenames import anon_nodename

WORKER_LOGLEVEL = os.environ.get('WORKER_LOGLEVEL', 'error')

test_worker_starting = Signal(
    name='test_worker_starting',
    providing_args={},
)
test_worker_started = Signal(
    name='test_worker_started',
    providing_args={'worker', 'consumer'},
)
test_worker_stopped = Signal(
    name='test_worker_stopped',
    providing_args={'worker'},
)


[docs]class TestWorkController(worker.WorkController): """Worker that can synchronize on being fully started.""" def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): # type: (*Any, **Any) -> None self._on_started = threading.Event() super().__init__(*args, **kwargs)
[docs] def on_consumer_ready(self, consumer): # type: (celery.worker.consumer.Consumer) -> None """Callback called when the Consumer blueprint is fully started.""" self._on_started.set() test_worker_started.send( sender=self.app, worker=self, consumer=consumer)
[docs] def ensure_started(self): # type: () -> None """Wait for worker to be fully up and running. Warning: Worker must be started within a thread for this to work, or it will block forever. """ self._on_started.wait()
[docs]@contextmanager def start_worker( app, # type: Celery concurrency=1, # type: int pool='solo', # type: str loglevel=WORKER_LOGLEVEL, # type: Union[str, int] logfile=None, # type: str perform_ping_check=True, # type: bool ping_task_timeout=10.0, # type: float shutdown_timeout=10.0, # type: float **kwargs # type: Any ): # type: (...) -> Iterable """Start embedded worker. Yields: celery.app.worker.Worker: worker instance. """ test_worker_starting.send(sender=app) worker = None try: with _start_worker_thread(app, concurrency=concurrency, pool=pool, loglevel=loglevel, logfile=logfile, perform_ping_check=perform_ping_check, shutdown_timeout=shutdown_timeout, **kwargs) as worker: if perform_ping_check: from .tasks import ping with allow_join_result(): assert ping.delay().get(timeout=ping_task_timeout) == 'pong' yield worker finally: test_worker_stopped.send(sender=app, worker=worker)
@contextmanager def _start_worker_thread(app, concurrency=1, pool='solo', loglevel=WORKER_LOGLEVEL, logfile=None, WorkController=TestWorkController, perform_ping_check=True, shutdown_timeout=10.0, **kwargs): # type: (Celery, int, str, Union[str, int], str, Any, **Any) -> Iterable """Start Celery worker in a thread. Yields: celery.worker.Worker: worker instance. """ setup_app_for_worker(app, loglevel, logfile) if perform_ping_check: assert 'celery.ping' in app.tasks # Make sure we can connect to the broker with app.connection(hostname=os.environ.get('TEST_BROKER')) as conn: conn.default_channel.queue_declare worker = WorkController( app=app, concurrency=concurrency, hostname=anon_nodename(), pool=pool, loglevel=loglevel, logfile=logfile, # not allowed to override TestWorkController.on_consumer_ready ready_callback=None, without_heartbeat=kwargs.pop("without_heartbeat", True), without_mingle=True, without_gossip=True, **kwargs) t = threading.Thread(target=worker.start, daemon=True) t.start() worker.ensure_started() _set_task_join_will_block(False) try: yield worker finally: from celery.worker import state state.should_terminate = 0 t.join(shutdown_timeout) if t.is_alive(): raise RuntimeError( "Worker thread failed to exit within the allocated timeout. " "Consider raising `shutdown_timeout` if your tasks take longer " "to execute." ) state.should_terminate = None @contextmanager def _start_worker_process(app, concurrency=1, pool='solo', loglevel=WORKER_LOGLEVEL, logfile=None, **kwargs): # type (Celery, int, str, Union[int, str], str, **Any) -> Iterable """Start worker in separate process. Yields: celery.app.worker.Worker: worker instance. """ from celery.apps.multi import Cluster, Node app.set_current() cluster = Cluster([Node('testworker1@%h')]) cluster.start() try: yield finally: cluster.stopwait()
[docs]def setup_app_for_worker(app, loglevel, logfile) -> None: # type: (Celery, Union[str, int], str) -> None """Setup the app to be used for starting an embedded worker.""" app.finalize() app.set_current() app.set_default() type(app.log)._setup = False app.log.setup(loglevel=loglevel, logfile=logfile)