Source code for distributed.core

from __future__ import print_function, division, absolute_import

from collections import defaultdict, deque
from concurrent.futures import CancelledError
from functools import partial
import logging
import six
import traceback
import uuid
import weakref

import dask
from six import string_types
from toolz import merge
from tornado import gen
from tornado.ioloop import IOLoop
from tornado.locks import Event

from .compatibility import get_thread_identity
from .comm import (connect, listen, CommClosedError,
                   unparse_host_port, get_address_host_port)
from .metrics import time
from . import profile
from .system_monitor import SystemMonitor
from .utils import (get_traceback, truncate_exception, ignoring, shutting_down,
                    PeriodicCallback, parse_timedelta, has_keyword)
from . import protocol

class RPCClosed(IOError):

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

def get_total_physical_memory():
        import psutil
        return psutil.virtual_memory().total / 2
    except ImportError:
        return 2e9

MAX_BUFFER_SIZE = get_total_physical_memory()

tick_maximum_delay = parse_timedelta(dask.config.get('distributed.admin.tick.limit'), default='ms')

LOG_PDB = dask.config.get('distributed.admin.pdb-on-err')

[docs]class Server(object): """ Distributed TCP Server Superclass for endpoints in a distributed cluster, such as Worker and Scheduler objects. **Handlers** Servers define operations with a ``handlers`` dict mapping operation names to functions. The first argument of a handler function will be a ``Comm`` for the communication established with the client. Other arguments will receive inputs from the keys of the incoming message which will always be a dictionary. >>> def pingpong(comm): ... return b'pong' >>> def add(comm, x, y): ... return x + y >>> handlers = {'ping': pingpong, 'add': add} >>> server = Server(handlers) # doctest: +SKIP >>> server.listen('tcp://') # doctest: +SKIP **Message Format** The server expects messages to be dictionaries with a special key, `'op'` that corresponds to the name of the operation, and other key-value pairs as required by the function. So in the example above the following would be good messages. * ``{'op': 'ping'}`` * ``{'op': 'add', 'x': 10, 'y': 20}`` """ default_ip = '' default_port = 0 def __init__(self, handlers, stream_handlers=None, connection_limit=512, deserialize=True, io_loop=None): self.handlers = { 'identity': self.identity, 'connection_stream': self.handle_stream, } self.handlers.update(handlers) self.stream_handlers = {} self.stream_handlers.update(stream_handlers or {}) = type(self).__name__ + '-' + str(uuid.uuid4()) self._address = None self._listen_address = None self._port = None self._comms = {} self.deserialize = deserialize self.monitor = SystemMonitor() self.counters = None self.digests = None = None self.event_counts = None self._ongoing_coroutines = weakref.WeakSet() self.listener = None self.io_loop = io_loop or IOLoop.current() self.loop = self.io_loop if not hasattr(self.io_loop, 'profile'): ref = weakref.ref(self.io_loop) if hasattr(self.io_loop, 'closing'): def stop(): loop = ref() return loop is None or loop.closing else: def stop(): loop = ref() return loop is None or loop._closing self.io_loop.profile = omit=('', ''), interval=dask.config.get('distributed.worker.profile.interval'), cycle=dask.config.get('distributed.worker.profile.cycle'), stop=stop, ) # Statistics counters for various events with ignoring(ImportError): from .counter import Digest self.digests = defaultdict(partial(Digest, loop=self.io_loop)) from .counter import Counter self.counters = defaultdict(partial(Counter, loop=self.io_loop)) = defaultdict(lambda: deque(maxlen=10000)) self.event_counts = defaultdict(lambda: 0) self.periodic_callbacks = dict() pc = PeriodicCallback(self.monitor.update, 500, io_loop=self.io_loop) self.periodic_callbacks['monitor'] = pc self._last_tick = time() pc = PeriodicCallback( self._measure_tick, parse_timedelta(dask.config.get('distributed.admin.tick.interval'), default='ms') * 1000, io_loop=self.io_loop ) self.periodic_callbacks['tick'] = pc self.thread_id = 0 @gen.coroutine def set_thread_ident(): self.thread_id = get_thread_identity() self.io_loop.add_callback(set_thread_ident) self.__stopped = False def start_periodic_callbacks(self): """ Start Periodic Callbacks consistently This starts all PeriodicCallbacks stored in self.periodic_callbacks if they are not yet running. It does this safely on the IOLoop. """ self._last_tick = time() def start_pcs(): for pc in self.periodic_callbacks.values(): if not pc.is_running(): pc.start() self.io_loop.add_callback(start_pcs) def stop(self): if not self.__stopped: self.__stopped = True if self.listener is not None: # Delay closing the server socket until the next IO loop tick. # Otherwise race conditions can appear if an event handler # for an accept() call is already scheduled by the IO loop, # raising EBADF. # The demonstrator for this is Worker.terminate(), which # closes the server socket in response to an incoming message. # See self.io_loop.add_callback(self.listener.stop) def _measure_tick(self): now = time() diff = now - self._last_tick self._last_tick = now if diff > tick_maximum_delay:"Event loop was unresponsive in %s for %.2fs. " "This is often caused by long-running GIL-holding " "functions or moving large chunks of data. " "This can cause timeouts and instability.", type(self).__name__, diff) if self.digests is not None: self.digests['tick-duration'].add(diff) def log_event(self, name, msg): msg['time'] = time() if isinstance(name, list): for n in name:[n].append(msg) self.event_counts[n] += 1 else:[name].append(msg) self.event_counts[name] += 1 @property def address(self): """ The address this Server can be contacted on. """ if not self._address: if self.listener is None: raise ValueError("cannot get address of non-running Server") self._address = self.listener.contact_address return self._address @property def listen_address(self): """ The address this Server is listening on. This may be a wildcard address such as `tcp://`. """ if not self._listen_address: if self.listener is None: raise ValueError("cannot get listen address of non-running Server") self._listen_address = self.listener.listen_address return self._listen_address @property def port(self): """ The port number this Server is listening on. This will raise ValueError if the Server is listening on a non-IP based protocol. """ if not self._port: _, self._port = get_address_host_port(self.address) return self._port def identity(self, comm=None): return {'type': type(self).__name__, 'id':} def listen(self, port_or_addr=None, listen_args=None): if port_or_addr is None: port_or_addr = self.default_port if isinstance(port_or_addr, int): addr = unparse_host_port(self.default_ip, port_or_addr) elif isinstance(port_or_addr, tuple): addr = unparse_host_port(*port_or_addr) else: addr = port_or_addr assert isinstance(addr, string_types) self.listener = listen(addr, self.handle_comm, deserialize=self.deserialize, connection_args=listen_args) self.listener.start() @gen.coroutine def handle_comm(self, comm, shutting_down=shutting_down): """ Dispatch new communications to coroutine-handlers Handlers is a dictionary mapping operation names to functions or coroutines. {'get_data': get_data, 'ping': pingpong} Coroutines should expect a single Comm object. """ if self.__stopped: comm.abort() return address = comm.peer_address op = None logger.debug("Connection from %r to %s", address, type(self).__name__) self._comms[comm] = op try: while True: try: msg = yield logger.debug("Message from %r: %s", address, msg) except EnvironmentError as e: if not shutting_down(): logger.debug("Lost connection to %r while reading message: %s." " Last operation: %s", address, e, op) break except Exception as e: logger.exception(e) yield comm.write(error_message(e, status='uncaught-error')) continue if not isinstance(msg, dict): raise TypeError("Bad message type. Expected dict, got\n " + str(msg)) try: op = msg.pop('op') except KeyError: raise ValueError( "Received unexpected message without 'op' key: " % str(msg) ) if self.counters is not None: self.counters['op'].add(op) self._comms[comm] = op serializers = msg.pop('serializers', None) close_desired = msg.pop('close', False) reply = msg.pop('reply', True) if op == 'close': if reply: yield comm.write('OK') break result = None try: handler = self.handlers[op] except KeyError: logger.warning("No handler %s found in %s", op, type(self).__name__, exc_info=True) else: if serializers is not None and has_keyword(handler, 'serializers'): msg['serializers'] = serializers # add back in logger.debug("Calling into handler %s", handler.__name__) try: result = handler(comm, **msg) if type(result) is gen.Future: self._ongoing_coroutines.add(result) result = yield result except (CommClosedError, CancelledError) as e: if self.status == 'running':"Lost connection to %r: %s", address, e) break except Exception as e: logger.exception(e) result = error_message(e, status='uncaught-error') if reply and result != 'dont-reply': try: yield comm.write(result, serializers=serializers) except (EnvironmentError, TypeError) as e: logger.debug("Lost connection to %r while sending result for op %r: %s", address, op, e) break msg = result = None if close_desired: yield comm.close() if comm.closed(): break finally: del self._comms[comm] if not shutting_down() and not comm.closed(): try: comm.abort() except Exception as e: logger.error("Failed while closing connection to %r: %s", address, e) @gen.coroutine def handle_stream(self, comm, extra=None, every_cycle=[]): extra = extra or {}"Starting established connection") io_error = None closed = False try: while not closed: msgs = yield if not isinstance(msgs, (tuple, list)): msgs = (msgs,) if not comm.closed(): for msg in msgs: if msg == 'OK': # from close break op = msg.pop('op') if op: if op == 'close-stream': closed = True break handler = self.stream_handlers[op] handler(**merge(extra, msg)) else: logger.error("odd message %s", msg) for func in every_cycle: func() except (CommClosedError, EnvironmentError) as e: io_error = e except Exception as e: logger.exception(e) if LOG_PDB: import pdb pdb.set_trace() raise finally: comm.close() # TODO: why do we need this now? assert comm.closed() @gen.coroutine def close(self): self.listener.stop() for comm in self._comms: comm.close() for cb in self._ongoing_coroutines: cb.cancel() for i in range(10): if all(cb.cancelled() for c in self._ongoing_coroutines): break else: yield gen.sleep(0.01)
def pingpong(comm): return b'pong' @gen.coroutine def send_recv(comm, reply=True, serializers=None, deserializers=None, **kwargs): """ Send and recv with a Comm. Keyword arguments turn into the message response = yield send_recv(comm, op='ping', reply=True) """ msg = kwargs msg['reply'] = reply please_close = kwargs.get('close') force_close = False if deserializers is None: deserializers = serializers if deserializers is not None: msg['serializers'] = deserializers try: yield comm.write(msg, serializers=serializers, on_error='raise') if reply: response = yield else: response = None except EnvironmentError: # On communication errors, we should simply close the communication force_close = True raise finally: if please_close: yield comm.close() elif force_close: comm.abort() if isinstance(response, dict) and response.get('status') == 'uncaught-error': if comm.deserialize: six.reraise(*clean_exception(**response)) else: raise Exception(response['text']) raise gen.Return(response) def addr_from_args(addr=None, ip=None, port=None): if addr is None: addr = (ip, port) else: assert ip is None and port is None if isinstance(addr, tuple): addr = unparse_host_port(*addr) return normalize_address(addr)
[docs]class rpc(object): """ Conveniently interact with a remote server >>> remote = rpc(address) # doctest: +SKIP >>> response = yield remote.add(x=10, y=20) # doctest: +SKIP One rpc object can be reused for several interactions. Additionally, this object creates and destroys many comms as necessary and so is safe to use in multiple overlapping communications. When done, close comms explicitly. >>> remote.close_comms() # doctest: +SKIP """ active = weakref.WeakSet() comms = () address = None def __init__(self, arg=None, comm=None, deserialize=True, timeout=None, connection_args=None, serializers=None, deserializers=None): self.comms = {} self.address = coerce_to_address(arg) self.timeout = timeout self.status = 'running' self.deserialize = deserialize self.serializers = serializers self.deserializers = deserializers if deserializers is not None else serializers self.connection_args = connection_args @gen.coroutine def live_comm(self): """ Get an open communication Some comms to the ip/port target may be in current use by other coroutines. We track this with the `comms` dict :: {comm: True/False if open and ready for use} This function produces an open communication, either by taking one that we've already made or making a new one if they are all taken. This also removes comms that have been closed. When the caller is done with the stream they should set self.comms[comm] = True As is done in __getattr__ below. """ if self.status == 'closed': raise RPCClosed("RPC Closed") to_clear = set() open = False for comm, open in self.comms.items(): if comm.closed(): to_clear.add(comm) if open: break for s in to_clear: del self.comms[s] if not open or comm.closed(): comm = yield connect(self.address, self.timeout, deserialize=self.deserialize, connection_args=self.connection_args) self.comms[comm] = False # mark as taken raise gen.Return(comm) def close_comms(self): @gen.coroutine def _close_comm(comm): # Make sure we tell the peer to close try: yield comm.write({'op': 'close', 'reply': False}) yield comm.close() except EnvironmentError: comm.abort() for comm in list(self.comms): if comm and not comm.closed(): _close_comm(comm) self.comms.clear() def __getattr__(self, key): @gen.coroutine def send_recv_from_rpc(**kwargs): if self.serializers is not None and kwargs.get('serializers') is None: kwargs['serializers'] = self.serializers if self.deserializers is not None and kwargs.get('deserializers') is None: kwargs['deserializers'] = self.deserializers try: comm = yield self.live_comm() result = yield send_recv(comm=comm, op=key, **kwargs) except (RPCClosed, CommClosedError) as e: raise e.__class__("%s: while trying to call remote method %r" % (e, key,)) self.comms[comm] = True # mark as open raise gen.Return(result) return send_recv_from_rpc def close_rpc(self): if self.status != 'closed': self.status = 'closed' self.close_comms() def __enter__(self): return self def __exit__(self, *args): self.close_rpc() def __del__(self): if self.status != 'closed': self.status = 'closed' still_open = [comm for comm in self.comms if not comm.closed()] if still_open: logger.warning("rpc object %s deleted with %d open comms", self, len(still_open)) for comm in still_open: comm.abort() def __repr__(self): return "<rpc to %r, %d comms>" % (self.address, len(self.comms))
class PooledRPCCall(object): """ The result of ConnectionPool()('host:port') See Also: ConnectionPool """ def __init__(self, addr, pool, serializers=None, deserializers=None): self.addr = addr self.pool = pool self.serializers = serializers self.deserializers = deserializers if deserializers is not None else serializers @property def address(self): return self.addr def __getattr__(self, key): @gen.coroutine def send_recv_from_rpc(**kwargs): if self.serializers is not None and kwargs.get('serializers') is None: kwargs['serializers'] = self.serializers if self.deserializers is not None and kwargs.get('deserializers') is None: kwargs['deserializers'] = self.deserializers comm = yield self.pool.connect(self.addr) try: result = yield send_recv(comm=comm, op=key, **kwargs) finally: self.pool.reuse(self.addr, comm) raise gen.Return(result) return send_recv_from_rpc def close_rpc(self): pass # For compatibility with rpc() def __enter__(self): return self def __exit__(self, *args): pass def __repr__(self): return "<pooled rpc to %r>" % (self.addr,) class ConnectionPool(object): """ A maximum sized pool of Comm objects. This provides a connect method that mirrors the normal distributed.connect method, but provides connection sharing and tracks connection limits. This object provides an ``rpc`` like interface:: >>> rpc = ConnectionPool(limit=512) >>> scheduler = rpc('') >>> workers = [rpc(address) for address ...] >>> info = yield scheduler.identity() It creates enough comms to satisfy concurrent connections to any particular address:: >>> a, b = yield [scheduler.who_has(), scheduler.has_what()] It reuses existing comms so that we don't have to continuously reconnect. It also maintains a comm limit to avoid "too many open file handle" issues. Whenever this maximum is reached we clear out all idling comms. If that doesn't do the trick then we wait until one of the occupied comms closes. Parameters ---------- limit: int The number of open comms to maintain at once deserialize: bool Whether or not to deserialize data by default or pass it through """ def __init__(self, limit=512, deserialize=True, serializers=None, deserializers=None, connection_args=None): self.limit = limit # Max number of open comms # Invariant: len(available) == open - active self.available = defaultdict(set) # Invariant: len(occupied) == active self.occupied = defaultdict(set) self.deserialize = deserialize self.serializers = serializers self.deserializers = deserializers if deserializers is not None else serializers self.connection_args = connection_args self.event = Event() @property def active(self): return sum(map(len, self.occupied.values())) @property def open(self): return + sum(map(len, self.available.values())) def __repr__(self): return "<ConnectionPool: open=%d, active=%d>" % (, def __call__(self, addr=None, ip=None, port=None): """ Cached rpc objects """ addr = addr_from_args(addr=addr, ip=ip, port=port) return PooledRPCCall(addr, self, serializers=self.serializers, deserializers=self.deserializers) @gen.coroutine def connect(self, addr, timeout=None): """ Get a Comm to the given address. For internal use. """ available = self.available[addr] occupied = self.occupied[addr] if available: comm = available.pop() if not comm.closed(): occupied.add(comm) raise gen.Return(comm) while >= self.limit: self.event.clear() self.collect() yield self.event.wait() try: comm = yield connect(addr, timeout=timeout, deserialize=self.deserialize, connection_args=self.connection_args) except Exception: raise occupied.add(comm) if >= self.limit: self.event.clear() raise gen.Return(comm) def reuse(self, addr, comm): """ Reuse an open communication to the given address. For internal use. """ try: self.occupied[addr].remove(comm) except KeyError: pass else: if comm.closed(): if < self.limit: self.event.set() else: self.available[addr].add(comm) def collect(self): """ Collect open but unused communications, to allow opening other ones. """"Collecting unused comms. open: %d, active: %d",, for addr, comms in self.available.items(): for comm in comms: comm.close() comms.clear() if < self.limit: self.event.set() def remove(self, addr): """ Remove all Comms to a given address. """"Removing comms to %s", addr) if addr in self.available: comms = self.available.pop(addr) for comm in comms: comm.close() if addr in self.occupied: comms = self.occupied.pop(addr) for comm in comms: comm.close() if < self.limit: self.event.set() def close(self): """ Close all communications abruptly. """ for comms in self.available.values(): for comm in comms: comm.abort() for comms in self.occupied.values(): for comm in comms: comm.abort() def coerce_to_address(o): if isinstance(o, (list, tuple)): o = unparse_host_port(*o) return normalize_address(o) def error_message(e, status='error'): """ Produce message to send back given an exception has occurred This does the following: 1. Gets the traceback 2. Truncates the exception and the traceback 3. Serializes the exception and traceback or 4. If they can't be serialized send string versions 5. Format a message and return See Also -------- clean_exception: deserialize and unpack message into exception/traceback six.reraise: raise exception/traceback """ tb = get_traceback() e2 = truncate_exception(e, 1000) try: e3 = protocol.pickle.dumps(e2) protocol.pickle.loads(e3) except Exception: e2 = Exception(str(e2)) e4 = protocol.to_serialize(e2) try: tb2 = protocol.pickle.dumps(tb) except Exception: tb = tb2 = ''.join(traceback.format_tb(tb)) if len(tb2) > 10000: tb_result = None else: tb_result = protocol.to_serialize(tb) return {'status': status, 'exception': e4, 'traceback': tb_result, 'text': str(e2)} def clean_exception(exception, traceback, **kwargs): """ Reraise exception and traceback. Deserialize if necessary See Also -------- error_message: create and serialize errors into message """ if isinstance(exception, bytes): try: exception = protocol.pickle.loads(exception) except Exception: exception = Exception(exception) elif isinstance(exception, str): exception = Exception(exception) if isinstance(traceback, bytes): try: traceback = protocol.pickle.loads(traceback) except (TypeError, AttributeError): traceback = None elif isinstance(traceback, string_types): traceback = None # happens if the traceback failed serializing return type(exception), exception, traceback