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import heapq
from collections import deque, namedtuple
import logging
import weakref
import time
from tron.utils import timeutils
from tron.utils import observer
log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
# Event Levels INFO is for troubleshooting information. This may be verbose but
# shouldn't cause any monitors to make any decisions.
# OK indicates the entity is doing great and any monitors that considered the
# entity to be in non-ok state can reset itself.
# NOTICE indicates some troubling behavior, but not yet a complete failure. It
# would be appropriate to highlight this event, but don't go waking up the
# president just yet.
# CRITICAL indicates the entity has had a major failure. Call in the troops.
# To allow our levels to be ordered, we provide this list. Use .index(level) to
# be able to compare levels
EventType = namedtuple('EventType', ['level', 'name'])
class FixedLimitStore(object):
"""Simple data store that keeps a fixed number of elements based on their
'category'. Also known as a circular buffer or ring buffer.
def __init__(self, limits):
self._limits = limits or dict()
self._values = {}
def _build_deque(self, category):
limit = self._limits.get(category, self.DEFAULT_LIMIT)
return deque(maxlen=limit)
def append(self, category, item):
if category not in self._values:
self._values[category] = self._build_deque(category)
self._values[category].append((time.time(), item))
def _build_iter(self, categories):
event_groups = [self._values.get(cat, []) for cat in categories]
return (val for _, val in heapq.merge(*event_groups))
def __iter__(self):
return self._build_iter(self._values.keys())
def list(self, categories):
return list(self._build_iter(categories))
# TODO: src should just be the entity, not an EventRecorder
class Event(object):
"""Data object for storing details of an event."""
__slots__ = ('_src', 'time', 'level', 'name', 'data')
def __init__(self, src, level, name, **data):
self._src = weakref.ref(src)
self.time = timeutils.current_time()
self.level = level = name = data
def entity(self):
src = self._src()
return src.entity if src else None
class EventRecorder(observer.Observer):
"""Record events in a tree of listeners. Tron uses this class by having
one process-wide event recorder (in the MCP) with each job and service
having a child recorder, and each job run having a child recorder of the
Events are propagated up the chain if they are of high enough severity.
def __init__(self, entity, parent=None, limits=None):
self._store = FixedLimitStore(limits)
self._parent = None
self._entity = weakref.ref(entity)
if parent:
def set_parent(self, parent):
self._parent = weakref.ref(parent)
def _get_entity(self):
return self._entity()
def _set_entity(self, entity):
self._entity = weakref.ref(entity)
entity = property(_get_entity, _set_entity)
def record(self, event):
self._store.append(event.level, event)
# Propagate if we have a parent set (and the level is high enough to
# care)
if (self._parent and
ORDERED_LEVELS.index(event.level) >
def emit_info(self, name, **data):
self.record(Event(self, LEVEL_INFO, name, **data))
def emit_ok(self, name, **data):
self.record(Event(self, LEVEL_OK, name, **data))
def emit_notice(self, name, **data):
self.record(Event(self, LEVEL_NOTICE, name, **data))
def emit_critical(self, name, **data):
self.record(Event(self, LEVEL_CRITICAL, name, **data))
def list(self, min_level=None):
"""Return a list of Events. If min_level is set, then only events
with equal or higher priority will be returned.
if min_level is not None:
levels = levels[levels.index(min_level):]
return self._store.list(levels)
# TODO: once Event is fixed, accept Event objects as well
def handler(self, observable, event):
"""Watch for events and create and store Event objects."""
if not isinstance(event, EventType):
self.record(Event(self, event.level,
class EventManager(object):
"""Create and store EventRecorder objects for observable objects.
This class is a singleton.
_instance = None
def __init__(self):
if self._instance is not None:
raise ValueError(
"EventManager already instantiated. Use get_instance().")
self.recorders = {}
def get_instance(cls):
if cls._instance is None:
cls._instance = cls()
return cls._instance
def _build_key(self, observable):
"""Create a unique key for this observable object.
EventManager makes the assumption that objects str values will be
return str(observable)
def add(self, observable, parent=None):
"""Create an EventRecorder for the observable and store it."""
key = self._build_key(observable)
if key in self.recorders:
log.warn("%s is already being managed." % observable)
parent_recorder = None
if parent:
parent_recorder = self.get(parent)
if not parent_recorder:
log.warn("Parent %s of %s is not being managed." % (
parent, observable))
event_recorder = EventRecorder(observable, parent_recorder)
self.recorders[key] = event_recorder
return event_recorder
def get(self, observable):
"""Return an EventRecorder given an observable."""
key = self._build_key(observable)
return self.recorders.get(key, None)
def clear(self):
def remove(self, observable):
key = self._build_key(observable)
if key in self.recorders:
del self.recorders[key]
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