Source code for swh.scheduler.celery_backend.runner

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"""This is the first scheduler runner. It is in charge of scheduling "oneshot" tasks
(e.g save code now, indexer, vault, deposit, ...). To do this, it reads tasks ouf of the
scheduler backend and pushes those to their associated rabbitmq queues.

The scheduler listener :mod:`swh.scheduler.celery_backend.pika_listener` is the module
in charge of finalizing the task results.


import logging
from typing import Dict, List, Tuple

from deprecated import deprecated
from kombu.utils.uuid import uuid

from swh.core.statsd import statsd
from swh.scheduler import get_scheduler
from swh.scheduler.celery_backend.config import get_available_slots
from swh.scheduler.interface import SchedulerInterface
from swh.scheduler.utils import utcnow

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# Max batch size for tasks

[docs]def run_ready_tasks( backend: SchedulerInterface, app, task_types: List[Dict] = [], with_priority: bool = False, ) -> List[Dict]: """Schedule tasks ready to be scheduled. This lookups any tasks per task type and mass schedules those accordingly (send messages to rabbitmq and mark as scheduled equivalent tasks in the scheduler backend). If tasks (per task type) with priority exist, they will get redirected to dedicated high priority queue (standard queue name prefixed with `save_code_now:`). Args: backend: scheduler backend to interact with (read/update tasks) app (App): Celery application to send tasks to task_types: The list of task types dict to iterate over. By default, empty. When empty, the full list of task types referenced in the scheduler will be used. with_priority: If True, only tasks with priority set will be fetched and scheduled. By default, False. Returns: A list of dictionaries:: { 'task': the scheduler's task id, 'backend_id': Celery's task id, 'scheduler': utcnow() } The result can be used to block-wait for the tasks' results:: backend_tasks = run_ready_tasks(self.scheduler, app) for task in backend_tasks: AsyncResult(id=task['backend_id']).get() """ all_backend_tasks: List[Dict] = [] while True: if not task_types: task_types = backend.get_task_types() task_types_d = {} pending_tasks = [] for task_type in task_types: task_type_name = task_type["type"] task_types_d[task_type_name] = task_type max_queue_length = task_type["max_queue_length"] if max_queue_length is None: max_queue_length = 0 backend_name = task_type["backend_name"] if with_priority: # grab max_queue_length (or 10) potential tasks with any priority for # the same type (limit the result to avoid too long running queries) grabbed_priority_tasks = backend.grab_ready_priority_tasks( task_type_name, num_tasks=max_queue_length or 10 ) if grabbed_priority_tasks: pending_tasks.extend(grabbed_priority_tasks) "Grabbed %s tasks %s (priority)", len(grabbed_priority_tasks), task_type_name, ) statsd.increment( "swh_scheduler_runner_scheduled_task_total", len(grabbed_priority_tasks), tags={"task_type": task_type_name}, ) else: num_tasks = get_available_slots(app, backend_name, max_queue_length) # only pull tasks if the buffer is at least 1/5th empty (= 80% # full), to help postgresql use properly indexed queries. if num_tasks > min(MAX_NUM_TASKS, max_queue_length) // 5: # Only grab num_tasks tasks with no priority grabbed_tasks = backend.grab_ready_tasks( task_type_name, num_tasks=num_tasks ) if grabbed_tasks: pending_tasks.extend(grabbed_tasks) "Grabbed %s tasks %s", len(grabbed_tasks), task_type_name ) statsd.increment( "swh_scheduler_runner_scheduled_task_total", len(grabbed_tasks), tags={"task_type": task_type_name}, ) if not pending_tasks: return all_backend_tasks backend_tasks = [] celery_tasks: List[Tuple[bool, str, str, List, Dict]] = [] for task in pending_tasks: args = task["arguments"]["args"] kwargs = task["arguments"]["kwargs"] backend_name = task_types_d[task["type"]]["backend_name"] backend_id = uuid() celery_tasks.append( ( task.get("priority") is not None, backend_name, backend_id, args, kwargs, ) ) data = { "task": task["id"], "backend_id": backend_id, "scheduled": utcnow(), } backend_tasks.append(data) logger.debug("Sent %s celery tasks", len(backend_tasks)) backend.mass_schedule_task_runs(backend_tasks) for with_priority, backend_name, backend_id, args, kwargs in celery_tasks: kw = dict(task_id=backend_id, args=args, kwargs=kwargs,) if with_priority: kw["queue"] = f"save_code_now:{backend_name}" app.send_task(backend_name, **kw) all_backend_tasks.extend(backend_tasks)
[docs]@deprecated(version="0.18", reason="Use `swh scheduler start-runner` instead") def main(): from .config import app as main_app for module in main_app.conf.CELERY_IMPORTS: __import__(module) main_backend = get_scheduler("local") try: run_ready_tasks(main_backend, main_app) except Exception: main_backend.rollback() raise
if __name__ == "__main__": main()