Source code for distributed.threadpoolexecutor

Modified ThreadPoolExecutor to support threads leaving the thread pool

This includes a global `secede` method that a submitted function can call to
have its thread leave the ThreadPoolExecutor's thread pool.  This allows the
thread pool to allocate another thread if necessary and so is useful when a
function realises that it is going to be a long-running job that doesn't want
to take up space.  When the function finishes its thread will terminate

This code copies and modifies two functions from the
`concurrent.futures.thread` module, notably `_worker` and
ThreadPoolExecutor._adjust_thread_count` to allow for checking against a global
`threading.local` state.  These functions are subject to the following license,
which is included as a comment at the end of this file:

... and are under copyright by the Python Software Foundation

   Copyright 2001-2016 Python Software Foundation; All Rights Reserved
from __future__ import print_function, division, absolute_import

from . import _concurrent_futures_thread as thread
from .compatibility import Empty
import os
import logging
import threading
import itertools

from .metrics import time

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

thread_state = threading.local()

def _worker(executor, work_queue):
    thread_state.proceed = True
    thread_state.executor = executor

        while thread_state.proceed:
            with executor._rejoin_lock:
                if executor._rejoin_list:
                    rejoin_thread, rejoin_event = executor._rejoin_list.pop()
                task = work_queue.get(timeout=1)
            except Empty:
            if task is not None:  # sentinel
                del task
            elif thread._shutdown or executor is None or executor._shutdown:
        del executor
    except BaseException:
        logger.critical('Exception in worker', exc_info=True)
        del thread_state.proceed
        del thread_state.executor

class ThreadPoolExecutor(thread.ThreadPoolExecutor):
    # Used to assign unique thread names
    _counter = itertools.count()

    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        super(ThreadPoolExecutor, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
        self._rejoin_list = []
        self._rejoin_lock = threading.Lock()
        self._thread_name_prefix = kwargs.get('thread_name_prefix', 'DaskThreadPoolExecutor')

    def _adjust_thread_count(self):
        if len(self._threads) < self._max_workers:
            t = threading.Thread(target=_worker,
                                 name=self._thread_name_prefix + "-%d-%d" % (os.getpid(), next(self._counter)),
                                 args=(self, self._work_queue))
            t.daemon = True

    def shutdown(self, wait=True, timeout=None):
        with threads_lock:
            with self._shutdown_lock:
                self._shutdown = True
            if timeout is not None:
                deadline = time() + timeout
            if wait:
                for t in self._threads:
                    if timeout is not None:
                        timeout2 = max(deadline - time(), 0)
                        timeout2 = None

def secede(adjust=True):
    """ Have this thread secede from the ThreadPoolExecutor

    See Also
    rejoin: rejoin the thread pool
    thread_state.proceed = False
    with threads_lock:
        if adjust:

[docs]def rejoin(): """ Have this thread rejoin the ThreadPoolExecutor This will block until a new slot opens up in the executor. The next thread to finish a task will leave the pool to allow this one to join. See Also -------- secede: leave the thread pool """ thread = threading.current_thread() event = threading.Event() e = thread_state.executor with e._rejoin_lock: e._rejoin_list.append((thread, event)) e.submit(lambda: None) event.wait() thread_state.proceed = True
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