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Source code for kombu.asynchronous.hub

"""Event loop implementation."""

from __future__ import annotations

import errno
import threading
from contextlib import contextmanager
from queue import Empty
from time import sleep
from types import GeneratorType as generator

from vine import Thenable, promise

from kombu.log import get_logger
from kombu.utils.compat import fileno
from kombu.utils.eventio import ERR, READ, WRITE, poll
from kombu.utils.objects import cached_property

from .timer import Timer

__all__ = ('Hub', 'get_event_loop', 'set_event_loop')
logger = get_logger(__name__)

_current_loop: Hub | None = None

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class Stop(BaseException):
    """Stops the event loop."""

def _raise_stop_error():
    raise Stop()

def _dummy_context(*args, **kwargs):

[docs]def get_event_loop() -> Hub | None: """Get current event loop object.""" return _current_loop
[docs]def set_event_loop(loop: Hub | None) -> Hub | None: """Set the current event loop object.""" global _current_loop _current_loop = loop return loop
[docs]class Hub: """Event loop object. Arguments: timer (kombu.asynchronous.Timer): Specify custom timer instance. """ #: Flag set if reading from an fd will not block. READ = READ #: Flag set if writing to an fd will not block. WRITE = WRITE #: Flag set on error, and the fd should be read from asap. ERR = ERR #: List of callbacks to be called when the loop is exiting, #: applied with the hub instance as sole argument. on_close = None def __init__(self, timer=None): self.timer = timer if timer is not None else Timer() self.readers = {} self.writers = {} self.on_tick = set() self.on_close = set() self._ready = set() self._ready_lock = threading.Lock() self._running = False self._loop = None # The eventloop (in celery.worker.loops) # will merge fds in this set and then instead of calling # the callback for each ready fd it will call the # :attr:`consolidate_callback` with the list of ready_fds # as an argument. This API is internal and is only # used by the multiprocessing pool to find inqueues # that are ready to write. self.consolidate = set() self.consolidate_callback = None self.propagate_errors = () self._create_poller() @property def poller(self): if not self._poller: self._create_poller() return self._poller @poller.setter def poller(self, value): self._poller = value
[docs] def reset(self): self.close() self._create_poller()
def _create_poller(self): self._poller = poll() self._register_fd = self._poller.register self._unregister_fd = self._poller.unregister def _close_poller(self): if self._poller is not None: self._poller.close() self._poller = None self._register_fd = None self._unregister_fd = None
[docs] def stop(self): self.call_soon(_raise_stop_error)
def __repr__(self): return '<Hub@{:#x}: R:{} W:{}>'.format( id(self), len(self.readers), len(self.writers), )
[docs] def fire_timers(self, min_delay=1, max_delay=10, max_timers=10, propagate=()): timer = self.timer delay = None if timer and timer._queue: for i in range(max_timers): delay, entry = next(self.scheduler) if entry is None: break try: entry() except propagate: raise except (MemoryError, AssertionError): raise except OSError as exc: if exc.errno == errno.ENOMEM: raise logger.error('Error in timer: %r', exc, exc_info=1) except Exception as exc: logger.error('Error in timer: %r', exc, exc_info=1) return min(delay or min_delay, max_delay)
def _remove_from_loop(self, fd): try: self._unregister(fd) finally: self._discard(fd)
[docs] def add(self, fd, callback, flags, args=(), consolidate=False): fd = fileno(fd) try: self.poller.register(fd, flags) except ValueError: self._remove_from_loop(fd) raise else: dest = self.readers if flags & READ else self.writers if consolidate: self.consolidate.add(fd) dest[fd] = None else: dest[fd] = callback, args
[docs] def remove(self, fd): fd = fileno(fd) self._remove_from_loop(fd)
[docs] def run_forever(self): self._running = True try: while 1: try: self.run_once() except Stop: break finally: self._running = False
[docs] def run_once(self): try: next(self.loop) except StopIteration: self._loop = None
[docs] def call_soon(self, callback, *args): if not isinstance(callback, Thenable): callback = promise(callback, args) with self._ready_lock: self._ready.add(callback) return callback
[docs] def call_later(self, delay, callback, *args): return self.timer.call_after(delay, callback, args)
[docs] def call_at(self, when, callback, *args): return self.timer.call_at(when, callback, args)
[docs] def call_repeatedly(self, delay, callback, *args): return self.timer.call_repeatedly(delay, callback, args)
[docs] def add_reader(self, fds, callback, *args): return self.add(fds, callback, READ | ERR, args)
[docs] def add_writer(self, fds, callback, *args): return self.add(fds, callback, WRITE, args)
[docs] def remove_reader(self, fd): writable = fd in self.writers on_write = self.writers.get(fd) try: self._remove_from_loop(fd) finally: if writable: cb, args = on_write self.add(fd, cb, WRITE, args)
[docs] def remove_writer(self, fd): readable = fd in self.readers on_read = self.readers.get(fd) try: self._remove_from_loop(fd) finally: if readable: cb, args = on_read self.add(fd, cb, READ | ERR, args)
def _unregister(self, fd): try: self.poller.unregister(fd) except (AttributeError, KeyError, OSError): pass def _pop_ready(self): with self._ready_lock: ready = self._ready self._ready = set() return ready
[docs] def close(self, *args): [self._unregister(fd) for fd in self.readers] self.readers.clear() [self._unregister(fd) for fd in self.writers] self.writers.clear() self.consolidate.clear() self._close_poller() for callback in self.on_close: callback(self) # Complete remaining todo before Hub close # Eg: Acknowledge message # To avoid infinite loop where one of the callables adds items # to self._ready (via call_soon or otherwise). # we create new list with current self._ready todos = self._pop_ready() for item in todos: item()
def _discard(self, fd): fd = fileno(fd) self.readers.pop(fd, None) self.writers.pop(fd, None) self.consolidate.discard(fd)
[docs] def on_callback_error(self, callback, exc): logger.error( 'Callback %r raised exception: %r', callback, exc, exc_info=1, )
[docs] def create_loop(self, generator=generator, sleep=sleep, min=min, next=next, Empty=Empty, StopIteration=StopIteration, KeyError=KeyError, READ=READ, WRITE=WRITE, ERR=ERR): readers, writers = self.readers, self.writers poll = self.poller.poll fire_timers = self.fire_timers hub_remove = self.remove scheduled = self.timer._queue consolidate = self.consolidate consolidate_callback = self.consolidate_callback on_tick = self.on_tick propagate = self.propagate_errors while 1: todo = self._pop_ready() for item in todo: if item: item() poll_timeout = fire_timers(propagate=propagate) if scheduled else 1 for tick_callback in on_tick: tick_callback() # print('[[[HUB]]]: %s' % (self.repr_active(),)) if readers or writers: to_consolidate = [] try: events = poll(poll_timeout) # print('[EVENTS]: %s' % (self.repr_events(events),)) except ValueError: # Issue celery/#882 return for fd, event in events or (): general_error = False if fd in consolidate and \ writers.get(fd) is None: to_consolidate.append(fd) continue cb = cbargs = None if event & READ: try: cb, cbargs = readers[fd] except KeyError: self.remove_reader(fd) continue elif event & WRITE: try: cb, cbargs = writers[fd] except KeyError: self.remove_writer(fd) continue elif event & ERR: general_error = True else:, event, fd) general_error = True if general_error: try: cb, cbargs = (readers.get(fd) or writers.get(fd)) except TypeError: pass if cb is None: self.remove(fd) continue if isinstance(cb, generator): try: next(cb) except OSError as exc: if exc.errno != errno.EBADF: raise hub_remove(fd) except StopIteration: pass except Exception: hub_remove(fd) raise else: try: cb(*cbargs) except Empty: pass if to_consolidate: consolidate_callback(to_consolidate) else: # no sockets yet, startup is probably not done. sleep(min(poll_timeout, 0.1)) yield
[docs] def repr_active(self): from .debug import repr_active return repr_active(self)
[docs] def repr_events(self, events): from .debug import repr_events return repr_events(self, events or [])
@cached_property def scheduler(self): return iter(self.timer) @property def loop(self): if self._loop is None: self._loop = self.create_loop() return self._loop