swh.indexer.indexer module

swh.indexer.indexer.write_to_temp(filename: str, data: bytes, working_directory: str) → Iterator[str][source]

Write the sha1’s content in a temporary file.

Parameters
  • filename – one of sha1’s many filenames

  • data – the sha1’s content to write in temporary file

  • working_directory – the directory into which the file is written

Returns

The path to the temporary file created. That file is filled in with the raw content’s data.

class swh.indexer.indexer.BaseIndexer(config=None, **kw)[source]

Bases: swh.core.config.SWHConfig

Base class for indexers to inherit from.

The main entry point is the run() function which is in charge of triggering the computations on the batch dict/ids received.

Indexers can:

  • filter out ids whose data has already been indexed.

  • retrieve ids data from storage or objstorage

  • index this data depending on the object and store the result in storage.

To implement a new object type indexer, inherit from the BaseIndexer and implement indexing:

run():

object_ids are different depending on object. For example: sha1 for content, sha1_git for revision, directory, release, and id for origin

To implement a new concrete indexer, inherit from the object level classes: ContentIndexer, RevisionIndexer, OriginIndexer.

Then you need to implement the following functions:

filter():

filter out data already indexed (in storage).

index_object():

compute index on id with data (retrieved from the storage or the objstorage by the id key) and return the resulting index computation.

persist_index_computations():

persist the results of multiple index computations in the storage.

The new indexer implementation can also override the following functions:

prepare():

Configuration preparation for the indexer. When overriding, this must call the super().prepare() instruction.

check():

Configuration check for the indexer. When overriding, this must call the super().check() instruction.

register_tools():

This should return a dict of the tool(s) to use when indexing or filtering.

results: List[Dict]
CONFIG = 'indexer/base'
DEFAULT_CONFIG = {'indexer_storage': ('dict', {'cls': 'remote', 'args': {'url': 'http://localhost:5007/'}}), 'objstorage': ('dict', {'cls': 'remote', 'args': {'url': 'http://localhost:5003/'}}), 'storage': ('dict', {'cls': 'remote', 'args': {'url': 'http://localhost:5002/'}})}
ADDITIONAL_CONFIG = {}
USE_TOOLS = True
catch_exceptions = True

Prevents exceptions in index() from raising too high. Set to False in tests to properly catch all exceptions.

scheduler: Any
prepare() → None[source]

Prepare the indexer’s needed runtime configuration. Without this step, the indexer cannot possibly run.

property tool
check() → None[source]

Check the indexer’s configuration is ok before proceeding. If ok, does nothing. If not raise error.

register_tools(tools: Union[Dict[str, Any], List[Dict[str, Any]]]) → List[Dict[str, Any]][source]

Permit to register tools to the storage.

Add a sensible default which can be overridden if not sufficient. (For now, all indexers use only one tool)

Expects the self.config[‘tools’] property to be set with one or more tools.

Parameters

tools – Either a dict or a list of dict.

Returns

List of dicts with additional id key.

Return type

list

Raises

ValueError – if not a list nor a dict.

index(id: bytes, data: Optional[bytes] = None, **kwargs) → Dict[str, Any][source]

Index computation for the id and associated raw data.

Parameters
  • id – identifier

  • data – id’s data from storage or objstorage depending on object type

Returns

a dict that makes sense for the persist_index_computations() method.

Return type

dict

filter(ids: List[bytes]) → Iterator[bytes][source]

Filter missing ids for that particular indexer.

Parameters

ids – list of ids

Yields

iterator of missing ids

abstract persist_index_computations(results, policy_update) → Dict[str, int][source]

Persist the computation resulting from the index.

Parameters
  • results ([result]) – List of results. One result is the result of the index function.

  • policy_update ([str]) – either ‘update-dups’ or ‘ignore-dups’ to respectively update duplicates or ignore them

Returns

a summary dict of what has been inserted in the storage

class swh.indexer.indexer.ContentIndexer(config=None, **kw)[source]

Bases: swh.indexer.indexer.BaseIndexer

A content indexer working on a list of ids directly.

To work on indexer range, use the ContentRangeIndexer instead.

Note: ContentIndexer is not an instantiable object. To use it, one should inherit from this class and override the methods mentioned in the BaseIndexer class.

run(ids: Union[List[bytes], bytes, str], policy_update: str, **kwargs) → Dict[source]

Given a list of ids:

  • retrieve the content from the storage

  • execute the indexing computations

  • store the results (according to policy_update)

Parameters
  • ids (Iterable[Union[bytes, str]]) – sha1’s identifier list

  • policy_update (str) – either ‘update-dups’ or ‘ignore-dups’ to respectively update duplicates or ignore them

  • **kwargs – passed to the index method

Returns

A summary Dict of the task’s status

results
scheduler
class swh.indexer.indexer.ContentRangeIndexer(config=None, **kw)[source]

Bases: swh.indexer.indexer.BaseIndexer

A content range indexer.

This expects as input a range of ids to index.

To work on a list of ids, use the ContentIndexer instead.

Note: ContentRangeIndexer is not an instantiable object. To use it, one should inherit from this class and override the methods mentioned in the BaseIndexer class.

abstract indexed_contents_in_range(start: bytes, end: bytes) → Any[source]

Retrieve indexed contents within range [start, end].

Parameters
  • start – Starting bound from range identifier

  • end – End range identifier

Yields

bytes – Content identifier present in the range [start, end]

run(start: Union[bytes, str], end: Union[bytes, str], skip_existing: bool = True, **kwargs) → Dict[source]
Given a range of content ids, compute the indexing computations on

the contents within. Either the indexer is incremental (filter out existing computed data) or not (compute everything from scratch).

Parameters
  • start – Starting range identifier

  • end – Ending range identifier

  • skip_existing – Skip existing indexed data (default) or not

  • **kwargs – passed to the index method

Returns

A dict with the task’s status

results
scheduler
class swh.indexer.indexer.OriginIndexer(config=None, **kw)[source]

Bases: swh.indexer.indexer.BaseIndexer

An object type indexer, inherits from the BaseIndexer and implements Origin indexing using the run method

Note: the OriginIndexer is not an instantiable object. To use it in another context one should inherit from this class and override the methods mentioned in the BaseIndexer class.

run(origin_urls: List[str], policy_update: str = 'update-dups', **kwargs) → Dict[source]

Given a list of origin urls:

  • retrieve origins from storage

  • execute the indexing computations

  • store the results (according to policy_update)

Parameters
  • origin_urls – list of origin urls.

  • policy_update – either ‘update-dups’ or ‘ignore-dups’ to respectively update duplicates (default) or ignore them

  • **kwargs – passed to the index method

index_list(origins: List[Any], **kwargs: Any) → List[Dict][source]
results
scheduler
class swh.indexer.indexer.RevisionIndexer(config=None, **kw)[source]

Bases: swh.indexer.indexer.BaseIndexer

An object type indexer, inherits from the BaseIndexer and implements Revision indexing using the run method

Note: the RevisionIndexer is not an instantiable object. To use it in another context one should inherit from this class and override the methods mentioned in the BaseIndexer class.

results
scheduler
run(ids: Union[str, bytes], policy_update: str) → Dict[source]

Given a list of sha1_gits:

  • retrieve revisions from storage

  • execute the indexing computations

  • store the results (according to policy_update)

Parameters
  • ids – sha1_git’s identifier list

  • policy_update – either ‘update-dups’ or ‘ignore-dups’ to respectively update duplicates or ignore them