Source code for swh.loader.mercurial.loader

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"""Loaders for ingesting Mercurial repositories either local from disk, or remote, see
:class:`swh.loader.mercurial.loader.HgLoader` or from an archive, see


from collections import deque
from datetime import datetime
import os
from shutil import rmtree
from tempfile import mkdtemp
from typing import Deque, Dict, Iterator, List, Optional, Set, Tuple, TypeVar, Union

from swh.core.utils import grouper
from swh.loader.core.loader import BaseLoader
from swh.loader.core.utils import clean_dangling_folders
from swh.loader.mercurial.utils import get_minimum_env
from swh.model import identifiers
from swh.model.from_disk import Content, DentryPerms, Directory
from swh.model.hashutil import hash_to_bytehex
from swh.model.model import (
from swh.model.model import Content as ModelContent
from import snapshot_get_latest
from import StorageInterface

from . import hgutil
from .archive_extract import tmp_extract
from .hgutil import HgFilteredSet, HgNodeId, HgSpanSet

    b"l": DentryPerms.symlink,
    b"x": DentryPerms.executable_content,
    b"": DentryPerms.content,
}  # type: Dict[bytes, DentryPerms]

TEMPORARY_DIR_PREFIX_PATTERN = "swh.loader.mercurial.loader"

EXTID_TYPE = "hg-nodeid"

T = TypeVar("T")

[docs]class CorruptedRevision(ValueError): """Raised when a revision is corrupted.""" def __init__(self, hg_nodeid: HgNodeId) -> None: super().__init__(hg_nodeid.hex()) self.hg_nodeid = hg_nodeid
[docs]class HgDirectory(Directory): """A more practical directory. - creates missing parent directories - removes empty directories """ def __setitem__(self, path: bytes, value: Union[Content, "HgDirectory"]) -> None: if b"/" in path: head, tail = path.split(b"/", 1) directory = self.get(head) if directory is None or isinstance(directory, Content): directory = HgDirectory() self[head] = directory directory[tail] = value else: super().__setitem__(path, value) def __delitem__(self, path: bytes) -> None: super().__delitem__(path) while b"/" in path: # remove empty parent directories path = path.rsplit(b"/", 1)[0] if len(self[path]) == 0: super().__delitem__(path) else: break
[docs] def get( self, path: bytes, default: Optional[T] = None ) -> Optional[Union[Content, "HgDirectory", T]]: # TODO move to swh.model.from_disk.Directory try: return self[path] except KeyError: return default
[docs]class HgLoader(BaseLoader): """Load a mercurial repository from a local repository. Mercurial's branching model is more complete than Git's; it allows for multiple heads per branch, closed heads and bookmarks. The following mapping is used to represent the branching state of a Mercurial project in a given snapshot: - `HEAD` (optional) either the node pointed by the `@` bookmark or the tip of the `default` branch - `branch-tip/<branch-name>` (required) the first head of the branch, sorted by nodeid if there are multiple heads. - `bookmarks/<bookmark_name>` (optional) holds the bookmarks mapping if any - `branch-heads/<branch_name>/0..n` (optional) for any branch with multiple open heads, list all *open* heads - `branch-closed-heads/<branch_name>/0..n` (optional) for any branch with at least one closed head, list all *closed* heads - `tags/<tag-name>` (optional) record tags The format is not ambiguous regardless of branch name since we know it ends with a `/<index>`, as long as we have a stable sorting of the heads (we sort by nodeid). There may be some overlap between the refs, but it's simpler not to try to figure out de-duplication. However, to reduce the redundancy between snapshot branches in the most common case, when a branch has a single open head, it will only be referenced as `branch-tip/<branch-name>`. The `branch-heads/` hierarchy only appears when a branch has multiple open heads, which we consistently sort by increasing nodeid. The `branch-closed-heads/` hierarchy is also sorted by increasing nodeid. """ CONFIG_BASE_FILENAME = "loader/mercurial" visit_type = "hg" def __init__( self, storage: StorageInterface, url: str, directory: Optional[str] = None, logging_class: str = "swh.loader.mercurial.loader.HgLoader", visit_date: Optional[datetime] = None, temp_directory: str = "/tmp", clone_timeout_seconds: int = 7200, content_cache_size: int = 10_000, max_content_size: Optional[int] = None, ): """Initialize the loader. Args: url: url of the repository. directory: directory of the local repository. logging_class: class of the loader logger. visit_date: visit date of the repository config: loader configuration """ super().__init__( storage=storage, logging_class=logging_class, max_content_size=max_content_size, ) self._temp_directory = temp_directory self._clone_timeout = clone_timeout_seconds self.origin_url = url self.visit_date = visit_date = directory self._repo: Optional[hgutil.Repository] = None self._revision_nodeid_to_sha1git: Dict[HgNodeId, Sha1Git] = {} self._repo_directory: Optional[str] = None # keeps the last processed hg nodeid # it is used for differential tree update by store_directories # NULLID is the parent of the first revision self._last_hg_nodeid = hgutil.NULLID # keeps the last revision tree # it is used for differential tree update by store_directories self._last_root = HgDirectory() # Cache the content hash across revisions to avoid recalculation. self._content_hash_cache: hgutil.LRUCacheDict = hgutil.LRUCacheDict( content_cache_size, ) # hg node id of the latest snapshot branch heads # used to find what are the new revisions since last snapshot self._latest_heads: List[HgNodeId] = [] # hg node ids of all the tags recorded on previous runs # Used to compute which tags need to be added, even across incremental runs # that might separate a changeset introducing a tag from its target. self._saved_tags: Set[HgNodeId] = set() self._load_status = "eventful" # If set, will override the default value self._visit_status = None
[docs] def pre_cleanup(self) -> None: """As a first step, will try and check for dangling data to cleanup. This should do its best to avoid raising issues. """ clean_dangling_folders( self._temp_directory, pattern_check=TEMPORARY_DIR_PREFIX_PATTERN, log=self.log, ) self.old_environ = os.environ.copy() os.environ.clear() os.environ.update(get_minimum_env())
[docs] def cleanup(self) -> None: """Last step executed by the loader.""" os.environ.clear() os.environ.update(self.old_environ) # Don't cleanup if loading from a local directory was_remote = is None if was_remote and self._repo_directory and os.path.exists(self._repo_directory): self.log.debug(f"Cleanup up repository {self._repo_directory}") rmtree(self._repo_directory)
[docs] def prepare_origin_visit(self) -> None: """First step executed by the loader to prepare origin and visit references. Set/update self.origin, and optionally self.origin_url, self.visit_date. """ self.origin = Origin(url=self.origin_url)
[docs] def prepare(self) -> None: """Second step executed by the loader to prepare some state needed by the loader. """ # Set here to allow multiple calls to load on the same loader instance self._latest_heads = [] latest_snapshot = snapshot_get_latest(, self.origin_url) if latest_snapshot: self._set_recorded_state(latest_snapshot)
def _set_recorded_state(self, latest_snapshot: Snapshot) -> None: """ Looks up the nodeid for all revisions in the snapshot via extid_get_from_target, and adds them to `self._latest_heads`. Also looks up the currently saved releases ("tags" in Mercurial speak). The tags are all listed for easy comparison at the end, while only the latest heads are needed for revisions. """ heads = [] tags = [] for branch in latest_snapshot.branches.values(): if branch.target_type == TargetType.REVISION: heads.append( elif branch.target_type == TargetType.RELEASE: tags.append( self._latest_heads.extend( HgNodeId(extid.extid) for extid in self._get_extids_for_targets(heads) ) self._saved_tags.update( HgNodeId(extid.extid) for extid in self._get_extids_for_targets(tags) ) def _get_extids_for_targets(self, targets: List[Sha1Git]) -> List[ExtID]: """Get all Mercurial ExtIDs for the targets in the latest snapshot""" extids = [] for extid in identifiers.ObjectType.REVISION, targets, extid_type=EXTID_TYPE, extid_version=EXTID_VERSION, ): extids.append(extid) self._revision_nodeid_to_sha1git[ HgNodeId(extid.extid) ] = if extids: # Filter out dangling extids, we need to load their target again revisions_missing = [ for extid in extids] ) extids = [ extid for extid in extids if not in revisions_missing ] return extids def _get_extids_for_hgnodes(self, hgnode_ids: List[HgNodeId]) -> List[ExtID]: """Get all Mercurial ExtIDs for the mercurial nodes in the list which point to a known revision. """ extids = [] for group_ids in grouper(hgnode_ids, n=1000): for extid in EXTID_TYPE, group_ids, version=EXTID_VERSION ): extids.append(extid) self._revision_nodeid_to_sha1git[ HgNodeId(extid.extid) ] = if extids: # Filter out dangling extids, we need to load their target again revisions_missing = [ for extid in extids] ) extids = [ extid for extid in extids if not in revisions_missing ] return extids
[docs] def fetch_data(self) -> bool: """Fetch the data from the source the loader is currently loading Returns: a value that is interpreted as a boolean. If True, fetch_data needs to be called again to complete loading. """ if not # no local repository self._repo_directory = mkdtemp( prefix=TEMPORARY_DIR_PREFIX_PATTERN, suffix=f"-{os.getpid()}", dir=self._temp_directory, ) self.log.debug( f"Cloning {self.origin_url} to {} " f"with timeout {self._clone_timeout} seconds" ) hgutil.clone(self.origin_url, self._repo_directory, self._clone_timeout) else: # existing local repository # Allow to load on disk repository without cloning # for testing purpose. self._repo_directory = self._repo = hgutil.repository(self._repo_directory) return False
def _new_revs(self, heads: List[HgNodeId]) -> Union[HgFilteredSet, HgSpanSet]: """Return unseen revisions. That is, filter out revisions that are not ancestors of heads""" assert self._repo is not None existing_heads = [] for hg_nodeid in heads: try: rev = self._repo[hg_nodeid].rev() existing_heads.append(rev) except KeyError: # the node does not exist anymore pass # select revisions that are not ancestors of heads # and not the heads themselves new_revs = self._repo.revs("not ::(%ld)", existing_heads) if new_revs:"New revisions found: %d", len(new_revs)) return new_revs
[docs] def get_hg_revs_to_load(self) -> Iterator[int]: """Yield hg revision numbers to load. """ assert self._repo is not None repo: hgutil.Repository = self._repo seen_revs: Set[int] = set() # 1. use snapshot to reuse existing seen heads from it if self._latest_heads: for rev in self._new_revs(self._latest_heads): seen_revs.add(rev) yield rev # 2. Then filter out remaining revisions through the overall extid mappings # across hg origins revs_left = repo.revs("all() - ::(%ld)", seen_revs) hg_nodeids = [repo[nodeid].node() for nodeid in revs_left] yield from self._new_revs( [ HgNodeId(extid.extid) for extid in self._get_extids_for_hgnodes(hg_nodeids) ] )
[docs] def store_data(self): """Store fetched data in the database.""" revs = self.get_hg_revs_to_load() length_ingested_revs = 0 assert self._repo is not None repo = self._repo ignored_revs: Set[int] = set() for rev in revs: if rev in ignored_revs: continue try: self.store_revision(repo[rev]) length_ingested_revs += 1 except CorruptedRevision as e: self._visit_status = "partial" self.log.warning("Corrupted revision %s", e) descendents = repo.revs("(%ld)::", [rev]) ignored_revs.update(descendents) if length_ingested_revs == 0: # no new revision ingested, so uneventful # still we'll make a snapshot, so we continue self._load_status = "uneventful" branching_info = hgutil.branching_info(repo, ignored_revs) tags_by_name: Dict[bytes, HgNodeId] = repo.tags() snapshot_branches: Dict[bytes, SnapshotBranch] = {} for tag_name, hg_nodeid in tags_by_name.items(): if tag_name == b"tip": # `tip` is listed in the tags by the Mercurial API but its not a tag # defined by the user in `.hgtags`. continue if hg_nodeid not in self._saved_tags: label = b"tags/%s" % tag_name target = self.get_revision_id_from_hg_nodeid(hg_nodeid) snapshot_branches[label] = SnapshotBranch( target=self.store_release(tag_name, target), target_type=TargetType.RELEASE, ) for branch_name, node_id in name = b"branch-tip/%s" % branch_name target = self.get_revision_id_from_hg_nodeid(node_id) snapshot_branches[name] = SnapshotBranch( target=target, target_type=TargetType.REVISION ) for bookmark_name, node_id in branching_info.bookmarks.items(): name = b"bookmarks/%s" % bookmark_name target = self.get_revision_id_from_hg_nodeid(node_id) snapshot_branches[name] = SnapshotBranch( target=target, target_type=TargetType.REVISION ) for branch_name, branch_heads in branching_info.open_heads.items(): for index, head in enumerate(branch_heads): name = b"branch-heads/%s/%d" % (branch_name, index) target = self.get_revision_id_from_hg_nodeid(head) snapshot_branches[name] = SnapshotBranch( target=target, target_type=TargetType.REVISION ) for branch_name, closed_heads in branching_info.closed_heads.items(): for index, head in enumerate(closed_heads): name = b"branch-closed-heads/%s/%d" % (branch_name, index) target = self.get_revision_id_from_hg_nodeid(head) snapshot_branches[name] = SnapshotBranch( target=target, target_type=TargetType.REVISION ) # If the repo is broken enough or if it has none of the "normal" default # mechanisms, we ignore `HEAD`. default_branch_alias = branching_info.default_branch_alias if default_branch_alias is not None: snapshot_branches[b"HEAD"] = SnapshotBranch( target=default_branch_alias, target_type=TargetType.ALIAS, ) snapshot = Snapshot(branches=snapshot_branches)[snapshot]) self.flush() self.loaded_snapshot_id =
[docs] def load_status(self) -> Dict[str, str]: """Detailed loading status. Defaults to logging an eventful load. Returns: a dictionary that is eventually passed back as the task's result to the scheduler, allowing tuning of the task recurrence mechanism. """ return { "status": self._load_status, }
[docs] def visit_status(self) -> str: """Allow overriding the visit status in case of partial load""" if self._visit_status is not None: return self._visit_status return super().visit_status()
[docs] def get_revision_id_from_hg_nodeid(self, hg_nodeid: HgNodeId) -> Sha1Git: """Return the git sha1 of a revision given its hg nodeid. Args: hg_nodeid: the hg nodeid of the revision. Returns: the sha1_git of the revision. """ from_cache = self._revision_nodeid_to_sha1git.get(hg_nodeid) if from_cache is not None: return from_cache # The parent was not loaded in this run, get it from storage from_storage = [ extid for extid in EXTID_TYPE, ids=[hg_nodeid], version=EXTID_VERSION ) ] msg = "Expected 1 match from storage for hg node %r, got %d" assert len(from_storage) == 1, msg % (hg_nodeid.hex(), len(from_storage)) return from_storage[0].target.object_id
[docs] def get_revision_parents(self, rev_ctx: hgutil.BaseContext) -> Tuple[Sha1Git, ...]: """Return the git sha1 of the parent revisions. Args: hg_nodeid: the hg nodeid of the revision. Returns: the sha1_git of the parent revisions. """ parents = [] for parent_ctx in rev_ctx.parents(): parent_hg_nodeid = parent_ctx.node() # nullid is the value of a parent that does not exist if parent_hg_nodeid == hgutil.NULLID: continue revision_id = self.get_revision_id_from_hg_nodeid(parent_hg_nodeid) parents.append(revision_id) return tuple(parents)
[docs] def store_revision(self, rev_ctx: hgutil.BaseContext) -> None: """Store a revision given its hg nodeid. Args: rev_ctx: the he revision context. Returns: the sha1_git of the stored revision. """ hg_nodeid = rev_ctx.node() root_sha1git = self.store_directories(rev_ctx) # `Person.from_fullname` is compatible with mercurial's freeform author # as fullname is what is used in revision hash when available. author = Person.from_fullname(rev_ctx.user()) (timestamp, offset) = # TimestampWithTimezone.from_dict will change name # as it accept more than just dicts rev_date = TimestampWithTimezone.from_dict(int(timestamp)) extra_headers = [ (b"time_offset_seconds", str(offset).encode(),), ] for key, value in rev_ctx.extra().items(): # The default branch is skipped to match # the historical implementation if key == b"branch" and value == b"default": continue # transplant_source is converted to match # the historical implementation if key == b"transplant_source": value = hash_to_bytehex(value) extra_headers.append((key, value)) revision = Revision( author=author, date=rev_date, committer=author, committer_date=rev_date, type=RevisionType.MERCURIAL, directory=root_sha1git, message=rev_ctx.description(), extra_headers=tuple(extra_headers), synthetic=False, parents=self.get_revision_parents(rev_ctx), ) self._revision_nodeid_to_sha1git[hg_nodeid] =[revision]) # Save the mapping from SWHID to hg id revision_swhid = identifiers.CoreSWHID( object_type=identifiers.ObjectType.REVISION,, ) [ ExtID( extid_type=EXTID_TYPE, extid_version=EXTID_VERSION, extid=hg_nodeid, target=revision_swhid, ) ] )
[docs] def store_release(self, name: bytes, target: Sha1Git) -> Sha1Git: """Store a release given its name and its target. A release correspond to a user defined tag in mercurial. The mercurial api as a `tip` tag that must be ignored. Args: name: name of the release. target: sha1_git of the target revision. Returns: the sha1_git of the stored release. """ release = Release( name=name, target=target, target_type=ObjectType.REVISION, message=None, metadata=None, synthetic=False, author=Person(name=None, email=None, fullname=b""), date=None, )[release]) return
[docs] def store_content(self, rev_ctx: hgutil.BaseContext, file_path: bytes) -> Content: """Store a revision content hg nodeid and file path. Content is a mix of file content at a given revision and its permissions found in the changeset's manifest. Args: rev_ctx: the he revision context. file_path: the hg path of the content. Returns: the sha1_git of the top level directory. """ hg_nodeid = rev_ctx.node() file_ctx = rev_ctx[file_path] try: file_nodeid = file_ctx.filenode() except hgutil.LookupError: # TODO # Raising CorruptedRevision avoid crashing the whole loading # but can lead to a lot of missing revisions. # SkippedContent could be used but need actual content to calculate its id. # Maybe the hg_nodeid can be used instead. # Another option could be to just ignore the missing content. # This point is left to future commits. # Check for other uses to apply the same logic there. raise CorruptedRevision(hg_nodeid) perms = FLAG_PERMS[file_ctx.flags()] # Key is file_nodeid + perms because permissions does not participate # in content hash in hg while it is the case in swh. cache_key = (file_nodeid, perms) sha1_git = self._content_hash_cache.get(cache_key) if sha1_git is None: try: data = except hgutil.error.RevlogError: # TODO # See above use of `CorruptedRevision` raise CorruptedRevision(hg_nodeid) content = ModelContent.from_data(data)[content]) sha1_git = content.sha1_git self._content_hash_cache[cache_key] = sha1_git # Here we make sure to return only necessary data. return Content({"sha1_git": sha1_git, "perms": perms})
[docs] def store_directories(self, rev_ctx: hgutil.BaseContext) -> Sha1Git: """Store a revision directories given its hg nodeid. Mercurial as no directory as in git. A Git like tree must be build from file paths to obtain each directory hash. Args: rev_ctx: the he revision context. Returns: the sha1_git of the top level directory. """ repo: hgutil.Repository = self._repo # mypy can't infer that repo is not None prev_ctx = repo[self._last_hg_nodeid] # TODO maybe do diff on parents try: status = prev_ctx.status(rev_ctx) except hgutil.error.LookupError: raise CorruptedRevision(rev_ctx.node()) for file_path in status.removed: try: del self._last_root[file_path] except KeyError: raise CorruptedRevision(rev_ctx.node()) for file_path in status.added: content = self.store_content(rev_ctx, file_path) self._last_root[file_path] = content for file_path in status.modified: content = self.store_content(rev_ctx, file_path) self._last_root[file_path] = content self._last_hg_nodeid = rev_ctx.node() directories: Deque[Directory] = deque([self._last_root]) while directories: directory = directories.pop()[directory.to_model()]) directories.extend( [item for item in directory.values() if isinstance(item, Directory)] ) return self._last_root.hash
[docs]class HgArchiveLoader(HgLoader): """Mercurial loader for repository wrapped within tarballs.""" def __init__( self, storage: StorageInterface, url: str, visit_date: Optional[datetime] = None, archive_path: str = None, temp_directory: str = "/tmp", max_content_size: Optional[int] = None, ): super().__init__( storage=storage, url=url, visit_date=visit_date, logging_class="swh.loader.mercurial.loader.ArchiveLoader", temp_directory=temp_directory, max_content_size=max_content_size, ) self.archive_extract_temp_dir = None self.archive_path = archive_path
[docs] def prepare(self): """Extract the archive instead of cloning.""" self.archive_extract_temp_dir = tmp_extract( archive=self.archive_path, dir=self._temp_directory, prefix=TEMPORARY_DIR_PREFIX_PATTERN, suffix=f".dump-{os.getpid()}", log=self.log, source=self.origin_url, ) repo_name = os.listdir(self.temp_dir)[0] = os.path.join(self.archive_extract_temp_dir, repo_name) super().prepare()