Source code for swh.objstorage.replayer.replay

# Copyright (C) 2019-2020 The Software Heritage developers
# See the AUTHORS file at the top-level directory of this distribution
# License: GNU General Public License version 3, or any later version
# See top-level LICENSE file for more information

import logging
from time import time
from typing import Callable, Dict, List, Optional

from sentry_sdk import capture_exception, push_scope

    from systemd.daemon import notify
except ImportError:
    notify = None

from tenacity import (

from swh.core.statsd import statsd
from swh.model.hashutil import hash_to_hex
from swh.model.model import SHA1_SIZE
from swh.objstorage.objstorage import ID_HASH_ALGO, ObjNotFoundError, ObjStorage

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

CONTENT_OPERATIONS_METRIC = "swh_content_replayer_operations_total"
CONTENT_RETRY_METRIC = "swh_content_replayer_retries_total"
CONTENT_BYTES_METRIC = "swh_content_replayer_bytes"
CONTENT_DURATION_METRIC = "swh_content_replayer_duration_seconds"

[docs]def is_hash_in_bytearray(hash_, array, nb_hashes, hash_size=SHA1_SIZE): """ Checks if the given hash is in the provided `array`. The array must be a *sorted* list of sha1 hashes, and contain `nb_hashes` hashes (so its size must by `nb_hashes*hash_size` bytes). Args: hash_ (bytes): the hash to look for array (bytes): a sorted concatenated array of hashes (may be of any type supporting slice indexing, eg. :class:`mmap.mmap`) nb_hashes (int): number of hashes in the array hash_size (int): size of a hash (defaults to 20, for SHA1) Example: >>> import os >>> hash1 = os.urandom(20) >>> hash2 = os.urandom(20) >>> hash3 = os.urandom(20) >>> array = b''.join(sorted([hash1, hash2])) >>> is_hash_in_bytearray(hash1, array, 2) True >>> is_hash_in_bytearray(hash2, array, 2) True >>> is_hash_in_bytearray(hash3, array, 2) False """ if len(hash_) != hash_size: raise ValueError("hash_ does not match the provided hash_size.") def get_hash(position): return array[position * hash_size : (position + 1) * hash_size] # Regular dichotomy: left = 0 right = nb_hashes while left < right - 1: middle = int((right + left) / 2) pivot = get_hash(middle) if pivot == hash_: return True elif pivot < hash_: left = middle else: right = middle return get_hash(left) == hash_
[docs]class ReplayError(Exception): """An error occurred during the replay of an object""" def __init__(self, operation, *, obj_id, exc): self.operation = operation self.obj_id = hash_to_hex(obj_id) self.exc = exc def __str__(self): return "ReplayError(doing %s, %s, %s)" % (self.operation, self.obj_id, self.exc)
[docs]def log_replay_retry(retry_obj, sleep, last_result): """Log a retry of the content replayer""" exc = last_result.exception() logger.debug( "Retry operation %(operation)s on %(obj_id)s: %(exc)s", {"operation": exc.operation, "obj_id": exc.obj_id, "exc": str(exc.exc)}, ) statsd.increment( CONTENT_RETRY_METRIC, tags={ "operation": exc.operation, "attempt": str(retry_obj.statistics["attempt_number"]), }, )
[docs]def log_replay_error(last_attempt): """Log a replay error to sentry""" exc = last_attempt.exception() with push_scope() as scope: scope.set_tag("operation", exc.operation) scope.set_extra("obj_id", exc.obj_id) capture_exception(exc.exc) logger.error( "Failed operation %(operation)s on %(obj_id)s after %(retries)s" " retries: %(exc)s", { "obj_id": exc.obj_id, "operation": exc.operation, "exc": str(exc.exc), "retries": last_attempt.attempt_number, }, ) return None
CONTENT_REPLAY_RETRIES = 3 content_replay_retry = retry( retry=retry_if_exception_type(ReplayError), stop=stop_after_attempt(CONTENT_REPLAY_RETRIES), wait=wait_random_exponential(multiplier=1, max=60), before_sleep=log_replay_retry, retry_error_callback=log_replay_error, )
[docs]@content_replay_retry def copy_object(obj_id, src, dst): hex_obj_id = hash_to_hex(obj_id) obj = "" try: with statsd.timed(CONTENT_DURATION_METRIC, tags={"request": "get"}): obj = src.get(obj_id) logger.debug("retrieved %(obj_id)s", {"obj_id": hex_obj_id}) with statsd.timed(CONTENT_DURATION_METRIC, tags={"request": "put"}): dst.add(obj, obj_id=obj_id, check_presence=False) logger.debug("copied %(obj_id)s", {"obj_id": hex_obj_id}) statsd.increment(CONTENT_BYTES_METRIC, len(obj)) except ObjNotFoundError: logger.error( "Failed to copy %(obj_id)s: object not found", {"obj_id": hex_obj_id} ) raise except Exception as exc: raise ReplayError("copy", obj_id=obj_id, exc=exc) from None return len(obj)
[docs]@content_replay_retry def obj_in_objstorage(obj_id, dst): """Check if an object is already in an objstorage, tenaciously""" try: return obj_id in dst except Exception as exc: raise ReplayError("in_dst", obj_id=obj_id, exc=exc) from None
[docs]def process_replay_objects_content( all_objects: Dict[str, List[dict]], *, src: ObjStorage, dst: ObjStorage, exclude_fn: Optional[Callable[[dict], bool]] = None, check_dst: bool = True, ): """ Takes a list of records from Kafka (see :py:func:`swh.journal.client.JournalClient.process`) and copies them from the `src` objstorage to the `dst` objstorage, if: * `obj['status']` is `'visible'` * `exclude_fn(obj)` is `False` (if `exclude_fn` is provided) * `obj['sha1'] not in dst` (if `check_dst` is True) Args: all_objects: Objects passed by the Kafka client. Most importantly, `all_objects['content'][*]['sha1']` is the sha1 hash of each content. src: An object storage (see :py:func:`swh.objstorage.get_objstorage`) dst: An object storage (see :py:func:`swh.objstorage.get_objstorage`) exclude_fn: Determines whether an object should be copied. check_dst: Determines whether we should check the destination objstorage before copying. Example: >>> from swh.objstorage.factory import get_objstorage >>> src = get_objstorage('memory') >>> dst = get_objstorage('memory') >>> id1 = src.add(b'foo bar') >>> id2 = src.add(b'baz qux') >>> kafka_partitions = { ... 'content': [ ... { ... 'sha1': id1, ... 'status': 'visible', ... }, ... { ... 'sha1': id2, ... 'status': 'visible', ... }, ... ] ... } >>> process_replay_objects_content( ... kafka_partitions, src=src, dst=dst, ... exclude_fn=lambda obj: obj['sha1'] == id1) >>> id1 in dst False >>> id2 in dst True """ vol = [] nb_skipped = 0 nb_failures = 0 t0 = time() for (object_type, objects) in all_objects.items(): if object_type != "content": logger.warning( "Received a series of %s, this should not happen", object_type ) continue for obj in objects: obj_id = obj[ID_HASH_ALGO] if obj["status"] != "visible": nb_skipped += 1 logger.debug( "skipped %s (status=%s)", hash_to_hex(obj_id), obj["status"] ) statsd.increment( CONTENT_OPERATIONS_METRIC, tags={"decision": "skipped", "status": obj["status"]}, ) elif exclude_fn and exclude_fn(obj): nb_skipped += 1 logger.debug("skipped %s (manually excluded)", hash_to_hex(obj_id)) statsd.increment( CONTENT_OPERATIONS_METRIC, tags={"decision": "excluded"} ) elif check_dst and obj_in_objstorage(obj_id, dst): nb_skipped += 1 logger.debug("skipped %s (in dst)", hash_to_hex(obj_id)) statsd.increment(CONTENT_OPERATIONS_METRIC, tags={"decision": "in_dst"}) else: try: copied = copy_object(obj_id, src, dst) except ObjNotFoundError: nb_skipped += 1 statsd.increment( CONTENT_OPERATIONS_METRIC, tags={"decision": "not_in_src"} ) else: if copied is None: nb_failures += 1 statsd.increment( CONTENT_OPERATIONS_METRIC, tags={"decision": "failed"} ) else: vol.append(copied) statsd.increment( CONTENT_OPERATIONS_METRIC, tags={"decision": "copied"} ) dt = time() - t0 "processed %s content objects in %.1fsec " "(%.1f obj/sec, %.1fMB/sec) - %d failed - %d skipped", len(vol), dt, len(vol) / dt, sum(vol) / 1024 / 1024 / dt, nb_failures, nb_skipped, ) if notify: notify("WATCHDOG=1")