Source code for synapse.lib.coro

Async/Coroutine related utilities.
import os
import queue
import atexit
import asyncio
import inspect
import logging
import functools
import multiprocessing
import concurrent.futures

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

import synapse.exc as s_exc
import synapse.glob as s_glob
import synapse.common as s_common

[docs]def iscoro(item): return inspect.iscoroutine(item)
[docs]async def agen(item): ''' Wrap an async_generator *or* generator in an async_generator. Notes: Do not use this for a synchronous generator which would cause non-blocking IO; otherwise that IO will block the ioloop. ''' if getattr(item, '__aiter__', None) is not None: async for x in item: yield x return for x in item: yield x
[docs]def executor(func, *args, **kwargs): ''' Execute a non-coroutine function in the ioloop executor pool. Args: func: Function to execute. *args: Args for the function. **kwargs: Kwargs for the function. Examples: Execute a blocking API call in the executor pool:: import requests def block(url, params=None): return requests.get(url, params=params).json() fut = s_coro.executor(block, 'http://some.tld/thign') resp = await fut Returns: asyncio.Future: An asyncio future. ''' def real(): return func(*args, **kwargs) return asyncio.get_running_loop().run_in_executor(None, real)
[docs]class Event(asyncio.Event):
[docs] async def timewait(self, timeout=None): if timeout is None: await self.wait() return True try: await asyncio.wait_for(self.wait(), timeout) except asyncio.TimeoutError: return False return True
[docs]async def event_wait(event: asyncio.Event, timeout=None): ''' Wait on an an asyncio event with an optional timeout Returns: true if the event got set, False if timed out ''' if timeout is None: await event.wait() return True try: await asyncio.wait_for(event.wait(), timeout) except asyncio.TimeoutError: return False return True
[docs]async def waittask(task, timeout=None): ''' Await a task without cancelling it when you time out. Returns: boolean: True if the task completed before the timeout. ''' futu = asyncio.get_running_loop().create_future() task.add_done_callback(futu.set_result) try: await asyncio.wait_for(futu, timeout=timeout) return True except asyncio.TimeoutError: return False finally: task.remove_done_callback(futu.set_result)
[docs]async def ornot(func, *args, **kwargs): ''' Calls func and awaits it if a returns a coroutine. Note: This is useful for implementing a function that might take a telepath proxy object or a local object, and you must call a non-async method on that object. This is also useful when calling a callback that might either be a coroutine function or a regular function. Usage: ok = await s_coro.ornot(maybeproxy.allowed, 'path') ''' retn = func(*args, **kwargs) if iscoro(retn): return await retn return retn
[docs]class GenrHelp: def __init__(self, genr): assert genr is not None self.genr = genr def __aiter__(self): return self.genr def __iter__(self): try: while True: item = s_glob.sync(self.genr.__anext__()) yield item except StopAsyncIteration: return except GeneratorExit: # Raised if a synchronous consumer exited an iterator early. # Signal the generator to close down. s_glob.sync(self.genr.aclose()) raise
[docs] async def spin(self): async for x in self.genr: pass
[docs] async def list(self): return [x async for x in self.genr]
[docs]def genrhelp(f): @functools.wraps(f) def func(*args, **kwargs): return GenrHelp(f(*args, **kwargs)) return func
def _exectodo(que, todo, logconf): # This is a new process: configure logging s_common.setlogging(logger, **logconf) func, args, kwargs = todo try: ret = func(*args, **kwargs) que.put(ret) except Exception as e: logger.exception(f'Error executing spawn function {func}') que.put(e)
[docs]async def spawn(todo, timeout=None, ctx=None, log_conf=None): ''' Run a todo (func, args, kwargs) tuple in a multiprocessing subprocess. Args: todo (tuple): A tuple of function, ``*args``, and ``**kwargs``. timeout (int): The timeout to wait for the todo function to finish. ctx (multiprocess.Context): A optional multiprocessing context object. log_conf (dict): An optional logging configuration for the spawned process. Notes: The contents of the todo tuple must be able to be pickled for execution. This means that locally bound functions are not eligible targets for spawn. Returns: The return value of executing the todo function. ''' if ctx is None: ctx = multiprocessing.get_context('spawn') if log_conf is None: log_conf = {} que = ctx.Queue() proc = ctx.Process(target=_exectodo, args=(que, todo, log_conf)) def execspawn(): proc.start() while True: try: # we have to block/wait on the queue because the sender # could need to stream the return value in multiple chunks retn = que.get(timeout=1) # now that we've retrieved the response, it should have exited. proc.join() return retn except queue.Empty: if not proc.is_alive(): proc.join() mesg = f'Spawned process {proc} exited for {todo[0]} without a result.' raise s_exc.SpawnExit(mesg=mesg, code=proc.exitcode) try: coro = executor(execspawn) retn = await asyncio.wait_for(coro, timeout=timeout) if isinstance(retn, Exception): raise retn return retn except (asyncio.CancelledError, asyncio.TimeoutError): proc.terminate() raise
# shared process pool forkpool = None if multiprocessing.current_process().name == 'MainProcess': # only create the forkpool in the MainProcess... try: mpctx = multiprocessing.get_context('forkserver') max_workers = int(os.getenv('SYN_FORKED_WORKERS', 1)) forkpool = concurrent.futures.ProcessPoolExecutor(mp_context=mpctx, max_workers=max_workers) atexit.register(forkpool.shutdown) except OSError as e: # pragma: no cover logger.warning(f'Failed to init forkserver pool, fallback enabled: {e}', exc_info=True)
[docs]def set_pool_logging(logger_, logconf): # This must be called before any calls to forked() todo = s_common.todo(s_common.setlogging, logger_, **logconf) if forkpool is not None: forkpool._initializer = _runtodo forkpool._initargs = (todo,)
def _runtodo(todo): return todo[0](*todo[1], **todo[2])
[docs]async def forked(func, *args, **kwargs): ''' Execute a target function in the forked process pool. Args: func: The target function. *args: Function positional arguments. **kwargs: Function keyword arguments. Returns: The target function return. Raises: The function may raise from the target function, or raise a s_exc.FatalErr in the event of a broken forked process pool. The fatalerr represents a unrecoverable application state. ''' todo = (func, args, kwargs) try: return await asyncio.get_running_loop().run_in_executor(forkpool, _runtodo, todo) except concurrent.futures.process.BrokenProcessPool as e: logger.exception(f'Fatal error executing forked task: {func} {args} {kwargs}') raise s_exc.FatalErr(mesg=f'Fatal error encountered: {e}') from None