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# coding: utf-8
# Copyright 2009 Alexandre Fiori
# https://github.com/fiorix/txredisapi
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
#
#
# Credits:
# The Protocol class is an improvement of txRedis' protocol,
# by Dorian Raymer and Ludovico Magnocavallo.
#
# Sharding and Consistent Hashing implementation by Gleicon Moraes.
#
import bisect
import collections
import functools
import operator
import re
import types
import warnings
import zlib
import string
import hashlib
from twisted.internet import defer
from twisted.internet import protocol
from twisted.internet import reactor
from twisted.protocols import basic
from twisted.protocols import policies
from twisted.python import log
from twisted.python.failure import Failure
try:
import hiredis
except ImportError:
hiredis = None
class RedisError(Exception):
pass
class ConnectionError(RedisError):
pass
class ResponseError(RedisError):
pass
class ScriptDoesNotExist(ResponseError):
pass
class NoScriptRunning(ResponseError):
pass
class InvalidResponse(RedisError):
pass
class InvalidData(RedisError):
pass
class WatchError(RedisError):
pass
def list_or_args(command, keys, args):
oldapi = bool(args)
try:
iter(keys)
if isinstance(keys, (str, unicode)):
keys = [keys]
if not oldapi:
return keys
oldapi = True
except TypeError:
oldapi = True
keys = [keys]
if oldapi:
warnings.warn(DeprecationWarning(
"Passing *args to redis.%s is deprecated. "
"Pass an iterable to ``keys`` instead" % command))
keys.extend(args)
return keys
# Possible first characters in a string containing an integer or a float.
_NUM_FIRST_CHARS = frozenset(string.digits + "+-.")
class MultiBulkStorage(object):
def __init__(self, parent=None):
self.items = None
self.pending = None
self.parent = parent
def set_pending(self, pending):
if self.pending is None:
if pending < 0:
self.items = None
self.pending = 0
else:
self.items = []
self.pending = pending
return self
else:
m = MultiBulkStorage(self)
m.set_pending(pending)
return m
def append(self, item):
self.pending -= 1
self.items.append(item)
class LineReceiver(protocol.Protocol, basic._PauseableMixin):
callLater = reactor.callLater
line_mode = 1
__buffer = ''
delimiter = '\r\n'
MAX_LENGTH = 16384
def clearLineBuffer(self):
b = self.__buffer
self.__buffer = ""
return b
def dataReceived(self, data, unpause=False):
if unpause is True:
if self.__buffer:
self.__buffer = data + self.__buffer
else:
self.__buffer += data
self.resumeProducing()
else:
self.__buffer = self.__buffer + data
while self.line_mode and not self.paused:
try:
line, self.__buffer = self.__buffer.split(self.delimiter, 1)
except ValueError:
if len(self.__buffer) > self.MAX_LENGTH:
line, self.__buffer = self.__buffer, ''
return self.lineLengthExceeded(line)
break
else:
linelength = len(line)
if linelength > self.MAX_LENGTH:
exceeded = line + self.__buffer
self.__buffer = ''
return self.lineLengthExceeded(exceeded)
why = self.lineReceived(line)
if why or self.transport and self.transport.disconnecting:
return why
else:
if not self.paused:
data = self.__buffer
self.__buffer = ''
if data:
return self.rawDataReceived(data)
def setLineMode(self, extra=''):
self.line_mode = 1
if extra:
self.pauseProducing()
self.callLater(0, self.dataReceived, extra, True)
def setRawMode(self):
self.line_mode = 0
def rawDataReceived(self, data):
raise NotImplementedError
def lineReceived(self, line):
raise NotImplementedError
def sendLine(self, line):
return self.transport.write(line + self.delimiter)
def lineLengthExceeded(self, line):
return self.transport.loseConnection()
class ReplyQueue(defer.DeferredQueue):
"""
Subclass defer.DeferredQueue to maintain consistency of
producers / consumers in light of defer.cancel
"""
def _cancelGet(self, d):
# rather than remove(d), the default twisted behavior
# we need to maintain an entry in the waiting list
# because the reply code assumes that every call
# to transport.write() generates a corresponding
# reply value in the queue.
# so we will just replace the cancelled deferred
# with a noop
i = self.waiting.index(d)
self.waiting[i] = defer.Deferred()
class BaseRedisProtocol(LineReceiver, policies.TimeoutMixin):
"""
Redis client protocol.
"""
def __init__(self, charset="utf-8", errors="strict"):
self.charset = charset
self.errors = errors
self.bulk_length = 0
self.bulk_buffer = []
self.post_proc = []
self.multi_bulk = MultiBulkStorage()
self.replyQueue = ReplyQueue()
self.transactions = 0
self.inTransaction = False
self.inMulti = False
self.unwatch_cc = lambda: ()
self.commit_cc = lambda: ()
self.script_hashes = set()
self.pipelining = False
self.pipelined_commands = []
self.pipelined_replies = []
@defer.inlineCallbacks
def connectionMade(self):
if self.factory.password is not None:
try:
response = yield self.auth(self.factory.password)
if isinstance(response, ResponseError):
raise response
except Exception, e:
self.factory.continueTrying = False
self.transport.loseConnection()
msg = "Redis error: could not auth: %s" % (str(e))
self.factory.connectionError(msg)
if self.factory.isLazy:
log.msg(msg)
defer.returnValue(None)
if self.factory.dbid is not None:
try:
response = yield self.select(self.factory.dbid)
if isinstance(response, ResponseError):
raise response
except Exception, e:
self.factory.continueTrying = False
self.transport.loseConnection()
msg = "Redis error: could not set dbid=%s: %s" % \
(self.factory.dbid, str(e))
self.factory.connectionError(msg)
if self.factory.isLazy:
log.msg(msg)
defer.returnValue(None)
self.connected = 1
self.factory.addConnection(self)
def connectionLost(self, why):
self.connected = 0
self.script_hashes.clear()
self.factory.delConnection(self)
LineReceiver.connectionLost(self, why)
while self.replyQueue.waiting:
self.replyReceived(ConnectionError("Lost connection"))
def lineReceived(self, line):
"""
Reply types:
"-" error message
"+" single line status reply
":" integer number (protocol level only?)
"$" bulk data
"*" multi-bulk data
"""
if line:
self.resetTimeout()
token, data = line[0], line[1:]
else:
return
if token == "$": # bulk data
try:
self.bulk_length = long(data)
except ValueError:
self.replyReceived(InvalidResponse("Cannot convert data "
"'%s' to integer" % data))
else:
if self.bulk_length == -1:
self.bulk_length = 0
self.bulkDataReceived(None)
else:
self.bulk_length += 2 # 2 == \r\n
self.setRawMode()
elif token == "*": # multi-bulk data
try:
n = long(data)
except (TypeError, ValueError):
self.multi_bulk = MultiBulkStorage()
self.replyReceived(InvalidResponse("Cannot convert "
"multi-response header "
"'%s' to integer" % data))
else:
self.multi_bulk = self.multi_bulk.set_pending(n)
if n in (0, -1):
self.multiBulkDataReceived()
elif token == "+": # single line status
if data == "QUEUED":
self.transactions += 1
self.replyReceived(data)
else:
if self.multi_bulk.pending:
self.handleMultiBulkElement(data)
else:
self.replyReceived(data)
elif token == "-": # error
reply = ResponseError(data[4:] if data[:4] == "ERR" else data)
if self.multi_bulk.pending:
self.handleMultiBulkElement(reply)
else:
self.replyReceived(reply)
elif token == ":": # integer
try:
reply = int(data)
except ValueError:
reply = InvalidResponse(
"Cannot convert data '%s' to integer" % data)
if self.multi_bulk.pending:
self.handleMultiBulkElement(reply)
else:
self.replyReceived(reply)
def rawDataReceived(self, data):
"""
Process and dispatch to bulkDataReceived.
"""
if self.bulk_length:
data, rest = data[:self.bulk_length], data[self.bulk_length:]
self.bulk_length -= len(data)
else:
rest = ""
self.bulk_buffer.append(data)
if self.bulk_length == 0:
bulk_buffer = "".join(self.bulk_buffer)[:-2]
self.bulk_buffer = []
self.bulkDataReceived(bulk_buffer)
self.setLineMode(extra=rest)
def bulkDataReceived(self, data):
"""
Receipt of a bulk data element.
"""
el = None
if data is not None:
el = self.tryConvertData(data)
if self.multi_bulk.pending or self.multi_bulk.items:
self.handleMultiBulkElement(el)
else:
self.replyReceived(el)
def tryConvertData(self, data):
if not isinstance(data, str):
return data
el = None
if self.factory.convertNumbers:
if data and data[0] in _NUM_FIRST_CHARS: # Most likely a number
try:
el = int(data) if data.find('.') == -1 else float(data)
except ValueError:
pass
if el is None:
el = data
if self.charset is not None:
try:
el = data.decode(self.charset)
except UnicodeDecodeError:
pass
return el
def handleMultiBulkElement(self, element):
self.multi_bulk.append(element)
if not self.multi_bulk.pending:
self.multiBulkDataReceived()
def multiBulkDataReceived(self):
"""
Receipt of list or set of bulk data elements.
"""
while self.multi_bulk.parent and not self.multi_bulk.pending:
p = self.multi_bulk.parent
p.append(self.multi_bulk.items)
self.multi_bulk = p
if not self.multi_bulk.pending:
reply = self.multi_bulk.items
self.multi_bulk = MultiBulkStorage()
reply = self.handleTransactionData(reply)
self.replyReceived(reply)
def handleTransactionData(self, reply):
if self.inTransaction and isinstance(reply, list):
# watch or multi has been called
if self.transactions > 0:
# multi: this must be an exec [commit] reply
self.transactions -= len(reply)
if self.transactions == 0:
self.commit_cc()
if not self.inTransaction: # multi: this must be an exec reply
tmp = []
for f, v in zip(self.post_proc[1:], reply):
if callable(f):
tmp.append(f(v))
else:
tmp.append(v)
reply = tmp
self.post_proc = []
return reply
def replyReceived(self, reply):
"""
Complete reply received and ready to be pushed to the requesting
function.
"""
self.replyQueue.put(reply)
@staticmethod
def handle_reply(r):
if isinstance(r, Exception):
raise r
return r
def execute_command(self, *args, **kwargs):
if self.connected == 0:
raise ConnectionError("Not connected")
else:
# Build the redis command.
cmds = []
cmd_template = "$%s\r\n%s\r\n"
for s in args:
if isinstance(s, str):
cmd = s
elif isinstance(s, unicode):
if self.charset is None:
raise InvalidData("Encoding charset was not specified")
try:
cmd = s.encode(self.charset, self.errors)
except UnicodeEncodeError, e:
raise InvalidData(
"Error encoding unicode value '%s': %s" %
(repr(s), e))
elif isinstance(s, float):
cmd = format(s, "f")
else:
cmd = str(s)
cmds.append(cmd_template % (len(cmd), cmd))
command = "*%s\r\n%s" % (len(cmds), "".join(cmds))
# When pipelining, buffer this command into our list of
# pipelined commands. Otherwise, write the command immediately.
if self.pipelining:
self.pipelined_commands.append(command)
else:
self.transport.write(command)
# Return deferred that will contain the result of this command.
# Note: when using pipelining, this deferred will NOT return
# until after execute_pipeline is called.
r = self.replyQueue.get().addCallback(self.handle_reply)
# When pipelining, we need to keep track of the deferred replies
# so that we can wait for them in a DeferredList when
# execute_pipeline is called.
if self.pipelining:
self.pipelined_replies.append(r)
if self.inMulti:
self.post_proc.append(kwargs.get("post_proc"))
else:
if "post_proc" in kwargs:
f = kwargs["post_proc"]
if callable(f):
r.addCallback(f)
return r
##
# REDIS COMMANDS
##
# Connection handling
def quit(self):
"""
Close the connection
"""
self.factory.continueTrying = False
return self.execute_command("QUIT")
def auth(self, password):
"""
Simple password authentication if enabled
"""
return self.execute_command("AUTH", password)
def ping(self):
"""
Ping the server
"""
return self.execute_command("PING")
# Commands operating on all value types
def exists(self, key):
"""
Test if a key exists
"""
return self.execute_command("EXISTS", key)
def delete(self, keys, *args):
"""
Delete one or more keys
"""
keys = list_or_args("delete", keys, args)
return self.execute_command("DEL", *keys)
def type(self, key):
"""
Return the type of the value stored at key
"""
return self.execute_command("TYPE", key)
def keys(self, pattern="*"):
"""
Return all the keys matching a given pattern
"""
return self.execute_command("KEYS", pattern)
@staticmethod
def _build_scan_args(cursor, pattern, count):
"""
Construct arguments list for SCAN, SSCAN, HSCAN, ZSCAN commands
"""
args = [cursor]
if pattern is not None:
args.extend(("MATCH", pattern))
if count is not None:
args.extend(("COUNT", count))
return args
def scan(self, cursor=0, pattern=None, count=None):
"""
Incrementally iterate the keys in database
"""
args = self._build_scan_args(cursor, pattern, count)
return self.execute_command("SCAN", *args)
def randomkey(self):
"""
Return a random key from the key space
"""
return self.execute_command("RANDOMKEY")
def rename(self, oldkey, newkey):
"""
Rename the old key in the new one,
destroying the newname key if it already exists
"""
return self.execute_command("RENAME", oldkey, newkey)
def renamenx(self, oldkey, newkey):
"""
Rename the oldname key to newname,
if the newname key does not already exist
"""
return self.execute_command("RENAMENX", oldkey, newkey)
def dbsize(self):
"""
Return the number of keys in the current db
"""
return self.execute_command("DBSIZE")
def expire(self, key, time):
"""
Set a time to live in seconds on a key
"""
return self.execute_command("EXPIRE", key, time)
def persist(self, key):
"""
Remove the expire from a key
"""
return self.execute_command("PERSIST", key)
def ttl(self, key):
"""
Get the time to live in seconds of a key
"""
return self.execute_command("TTL", key)
def select(self, index):
"""
Select the DB with the specified index
"""
return self.execute_command("SELECT", index)
def move(self, key, dbindex):
"""
Move the key from the currently selected DB to the dbindex DB
"""
return self.execute_command("MOVE", key, dbindex)
def flush(self, all_dbs=False):
warnings.warn(DeprecationWarning(
"redis.flush() has been deprecated, "
"use redis.flushdb() or redis.flushall() instead"))
return all_dbs and self.flushall() or self.flushdb()
def flushdb(self):
"""
Remove all the keys from the currently selected DB
"""
return self.execute_command("FLUSHDB")
def flushall(self):
"""
Remove all the keys from all the databases
"""
return self.execute_command("FLUSHALL")
def time(self):
"""
Returns the current server time as a two items lists: a Unix timestamp
and the amount of microseconds already elapsed in the current second
"""
return self.execute_command("TIME")
# Commands operating on string values
def set(self, key, value, expire=None, pexpire=None,
only_if_not_exists=False, only_if_exists=False):
"""
Set a key to a string value
"""
args = []
if expire is not None:
args.extend(("EX", expire))
if pexpire is not None:
args.extend(("PX", pexpire))
if only_if_not_exists and only_if_exists:
raise RedisError("only_if_not_exists and only_if_exists "
"cannot be true simultaneously")
if only_if_not_exists:
args.append("NX")
if only_if_exists:
args.append("XX")
return self.execute_command("SET", key, value, *args)
def get(self, key):
"""
Return the string value of the key
"""
return self.execute_command("GET", key)
def getbit(self, key, offset):
"""
Return the bit value at offset in the string value stored at key
"""
return self.execute_command("GETBIT", key, offset)
def getset(self, key, value):
"""
Set a key to a string returning the old value of the key
"""
return self.execute_command("GETSET", key, value)
def mget(self, keys, *args):
"""
Multi-get, return the strings values of the keys
"""
keys = list_or_args("mget", keys, args)
return self.execute_command("MGET", *keys)
def setbit(self, key, offset, value):
"""
Sets or clears the bit at offset in the string value stored at key
"""
if isinstance(value, bool):
value = int(value)
return self.execute_command("SETBIT", key, offset, value)
def setnx(self, key, value):
"""
Set a key to a string value if the key does not exist
"""
return self.execute_command("SETNX", key, value)
def setex(self, key, time, value):
"""
Set+Expire combo command
"""
return self.execute_command("SETEX", key, time, value)
def mset(self, mapping):
"""
Set the respective fields to the respective values.
HMSET replaces old values with new values.
"""
items = []
for pair in mapping.iteritems():
items.extend(pair)
return self.execute_command("MSET", *items)
def msetnx(self, mapping):
"""
Set multiple keys to multiple values in a single atomic
operation if none of the keys already exist
"""
items = []
for pair in mapping.iteritems():
items.extend(pair)
return self.execute_command("MSETNX", *items)
def bitop(self, operation, destkey, *srckeys):
"""
Perform a bitwise operation between multiple keys
and store the result in the destination key.
"""
srclen = len(srckeys)
if srclen == 0:
return defer.fail(RedisError("no ``srckeys`` specified"))
if isinstance(operation, (str, unicode)):
operation = operation.upper()
elif operation is operator.and_ or operation is operator.__and__:
operation = 'AND'
elif operation is operator.or_ or operation is operator.__or__:
operation = 'OR'
elif operation is operator.__xor__ or operation is operator.xor:
operation = 'XOR'
elif operation is operator.__not__ or operation is operator.not_:
operation = 'NOT'
if operation not in ('AND', 'OR', 'XOR', 'NOT'):
return defer.fail(InvalidData(
"Invalid operation: %s" % operation))
if operation == 'NOT' and srclen > 1:
return defer.fail(RedisError(
"bitop NOT takes only one ``srckey``"))
return self.execute_command('BITOP', operation, destkey, *srckeys)
def bitcount(self, key, start=None, end=None):
if (end is None and start is not None) or \
(start is None and end is not None):
raise RedisError("``start`` and ``end`` must both be specified")
if start is not None:
t = (start, end)
else:
t = ()
return self.execute_command("BITCOUNT", key, *t)
def incr(self, key, amount=1):
"""
Increment the integer value of key
"""
return self.execute_command("INCRBY", key, amount)
def incrby(self, key, amount):
"""
Increment the integer value of key by integer
"""
return self.incr(key, amount)
def decr(self, key, amount=1):
"""
Decrement the integer value of key
"""
return self.execute_command("DECRBY", key, amount)
def decrby(self, key, amount):
"""
Decrement the integer value of key by integer
"""
return self.decr(key, amount)
def append(self, key, value):
"""
Append the specified string to the string stored at key
"""
return self.execute_command("APPEND", key, value)
def substr(self, key, start, end=-1):
"""
Return a substring of a larger string
"""
return self.execute_command("SUBSTR", key, start, end)
# Commands operating on lists
def push(self, key, value, tail=False):
warnings.warn(DeprecationWarning(
"redis.push() has been deprecated, "
"use redis.lpush() or redis.rpush() instead"))
return tail and self.rpush(key, value) or self.lpush(key, value)
def rpush(self, key, value):
"""
Append an element to the tail of the List value at key
"""
if isinstance(value, tuple) or isinstance(value, list):
return self.execute_command("RPUSH", key, *value)
else:
return self.execute_command("RPUSH", key, value)
def lpush(self, key, value):
"""
Append an element to the head of the List value at key
"""
if isinstance(value, tuple) or isinstance(value, list):
return self.execute_command("LPUSH", key, *value)
else:
return self.execute_command("LPUSH", key, value)
def llen(self, key):
"""
Return the length of the List value at key
"""
return self.execute_command("LLEN", key)
def lrange(self, key, start, end):
"""
Return a range of elements from the List at key
"""
return self.execute_command("LRANGE", key, start, end)
def ltrim(self, key, start, end):
"""
Trim the list at key to the specified range of elements
"""
return self.execute_command("LTRIM", key, start, end)
def lindex(self, key, index):
"""
Return the element at index position from the List at key
"""
return self.execute_command("LINDEX", key, index)
def lset(self, key, index, value):
"""
Set a new value as the element at index position of the List at key
"""
return self.execute_command("LSET", key, index, value)
def lrem(self, key, count, value):
"""
Remove the first-N, last-N, or all the elements matching value
from the List at key
"""
return self.execute_command("LREM", key, count, value)
def pop(self, key, tail=False):
warnings.warn(DeprecationWarning(
"redis.pop() has been deprecated, "
"user redis.lpop() or redis.rpop() instead"))
return tail and self.rpop(key) or self.lpop(key)
def lpop(self, key):
"""
Return and remove (atomically) the first element of the List at key
"""
return self.execute_command("LPOP", key)
def rpop(self, key):
"""
Return and remove (atomically) the last element of the List at key
"""
return self.execute_command("RPOP", key)
def blpop(self, keys, timeout=0):
"""
Blocking LPOP
"""
if isinstance(keys, (str, unicode)):
keys = [keys]
else:
keys = list(keys)
keys.append(timeout)
return self.execute_command("BLPOP", *keys)
def brpop(self, keys, timeout=0):
"""
Blocking RPOP
"""
if isinstance(keys, (str, unicode)):
keys = [keys]
else:
keys = list(keys)
keys.append(timeout)
return self.execute_command("BRPOP", *keys)
def brpoplpush(self, source, destination, timeout=0):
"""
Pop a value from a list, push it to another list and return
it; or block until one is available.
"""
return self.execute_command("BRPOPLPUSH", source, destination, timeout)
def rpoplpush(self, srckey, dstkey):
"""
Return and remove (atomically) the last element of the source
List stored at srckey and push the same element to the
destination List stored at dstkey
"""
return self.execute_command("RPOPLPUSH", srckey, dstkey)
def _make_set(self, result):
if isinstance(result, list):
return set(result)
return result
# Commands operating on sets
def sadd(self, key, members, *args):
"""
Add the specified member to the Set value at key
"""
members = list_or_args("sadd", members, args)
return self.execute_command("SADD", key, *members)
def srem(self, key, members, *args):
"""
Remove the specified member from the Set value at key
"""
members = list_or_args("srem", members, args)
return self.execute_command("SREM", key, *members)
def spop(self, key):
"""
Remove and return (pop) a random element from the Set value at key
"""
return self.execute_command("SPOP", key)
def smove(self, srckey, dstkey, member):
"""
Move the specified member from one Set to another atomically
"""
return self.execute_command(
"SMOVE", srckey, dstkey, member).addCallback(bool)
def scard(self, key):
"""
Return the number of elements (the cardinality) of the Set at key
"""
return self.execute_command("SCARD", key)
def sismember(self, key, value):
"""
Test if the specified value is a member of the Set at key
"""
return self.execute_command("SISMEMBER", key, value).addCallback(bool)
def sinter(self, keys, *args):
"""
Return the intersection between the Sets stored at key1, ..., keyN
"""
keys = list_or_args("sinter", keys, args)
return self.execute_command("SINTER", *keys).addCallback(
self._make_set)
def sinterstore(self, dstkey, keys, *args):
"""
Compute the intersection between the Sets stored
at key1, key2, ..., keyN, and store the resulting Set at dstkey
"""
keys = list_or_args("sinterstore", keys, args)
return self.execute_command("SINTERSTORE", dstkey, *keys)
def sunion(self, keys, *args):
"""
Return the union between the Sets stored at key1, key2, ..., keyN
"""
keys = list_or_args("sunion", keys, args)
return self.execute_command("SUNION", *keys).addCallback(
self._make_set)
def sunionstore(self, dstkey, keys, *args):
"""
Compute the union between the Sets stored
at key1, key2, ..., keyN, and store the resulting Set at dstkey
"""
keys = list_or_args("sunionstore", keys, args)
return self.execute_command("SUNIONSTORE", dstkey, *keys)
def sdiff(self, keys, *args):
"""
Return the difference between the Set stored at key1 and
all the Sets key2, ..., keyN
"""
keys = list_or_args("sdiff", keys, args)
return self.execute_command("SDIFF", *keys).addCallback(
self._make_set)
def sdiffstore(self, dstkey, keys, *args):
"""
Compute the difference between the Set key1 and all the
Sets key2, ..., keyN, and store the resulting Set at dstkey
"""
keys = list_or_args("sdiffstore", keys, args)
return self.execute_command("SDIFFSTORE", dstkey, *keys)
def smembers(self, key):
"""
Return all the members of the Set value at key
"""
return self.execute_command("SMEMBERS", key).addCallback(
self._make_set)
def srandmember(self, key):
"""
Return a random member of the Set value at key
"""
return self.execute_command("SRANDMEMBER", key)
def sscan(self, key, cursor=0, pattern=None, count=None):
args = self._build_scan_args(cursor, pattern, count)
return self.execute_command("SSCAN", key, *args)
# Commands operating on sorted zsets (sorted sets)
def zadd(self, key, score, member, *args):
"""
Add the specified member to the Sorted Set value at key
or update the score if it already exist
"""
if args:
# Args should be pairs (have even number of elements)
if len(args) % 2:
return defer.fail(InvalidData(
"Invalid number of arguments to ZADD"))
else:
l = [score, member]
l.extend(args)
args = l
else:
args = [score, member]
return self.execute_command("ZADD", key, *args)
def zrem(self, key, *args):
"""
Remove the specified member from the Sorted Set value at key
"""
return self.execute_command("ZREM", key, *args)
def zincr(self, key, member):
return self.zincrby(key, 1, member)
def zdecr(self, key, member):
return self.zincrby(key, -1, member)
def zincrby(self, key, increment, member):
"""
If the member already exists increment its score by increment,
otherwise add the member setting increment as score
"""
return self.execute_command("ZINCRBY", key, increment, member)
def zrank(self, key, member):
"""
Return the rank (or index) or member in the sorted set at key,
with scores being ordered from low to high
"""
return self.execute_command("ZRANK", key, member)
def zrevrank(self, key, member):
"""
Return the rank (or index) or member in the sorted set at key,
with scores being ordered from high to low
"""
return self.execute_command("ZREVRANK", key, member)
def _handle_withscores(self, r):
if isinstance(r, list):
# Return a list tuples of form (value, score)
return zip(r[::2], r[1::2])
return r
def _zrange(self, key, start, end, withscores, reverse):
if reverse:
cmd = "ZREVRANGE"
else:
cmd = "ZRANGE"
if withscores:
pieces = (cmd, key, start, end, "WITHSCORES")
else:
pieces = (cmd, key, start, end)
r = self.execute_command(*pieces)
if withscores:
r.addCallback(self._handle_withscores)
return r
def zrange(self, key, start=0, end=-1, withscores=False):
"""
Return a range of elements from the sorted set at key
"""
return self._zrange(key, start, end, withscores, False)
def zrevrange(self, key, start=0, end=-1, withscores=False):
"""
Return a range of elements from the sorted set at key,
exactly like ZRANGE, but the sorted set is ordered in
traversed in reverse order, from the greatest to the smallest score
"""
return self._zrange(key, start, end, withscores, True)
def _zrangebyscore(self, key, min, max, withscores, offset, count, rev):
if rev:
cmd = "ZREVRANGEBYSCORE"
else:
cmd = "ZRANGEBYSCORE"
if (offset is None) != (count is None): # XNOR
return defer.fail(InvalidData(
"Invalid count and offset arguments to %s" % cmd))
if withscores:
pieces = [cmd, key, min, max, "WITHSCORES"]
else:
pieces = [cmd, key, min, max]
if offset is not None and count is not None:
pieces.extend(("LIMIT", offset, count))
r = self.execute_command(*pieces)
if withscores:
r.addCallback(self._handle_withscores)
return r
def zrangebyscore(self, key, min='-inf', max='+inf',
withscores=False, offset=None, count=None):
"""
Return all the elements with score >= min and score <= max
(a range query) from the sorted set
"""
return self._zrangebyscore(key, min, max, withscores, offset,
count, False)
def zrevrangebyscore(self, key, max='+inf', min='-inf',
withscores=False, offset=None, count=None):
"""
ZRANGEBYSCORE in reverse order
"""
# ZREVRANGEBYSCORE takes max before min
return self._zrangebyscore(key, max, min, withscores, offset,
count, True)
def zcount(self, key, min='-inf', max='+inf'):
"""
Return the number of elements with score >= min and score <= max
in the sorted set
"""
if min == '-inf' and max == '+inf':
return self.zcard(key)
return self.execute_command("ZCOUNT", key, min, max)
def zcard(self, key):
"""
Return the cardinality (number of elements) of the sorted set at key
"""
return self.execute_command("ZCARD", key)
def zscore(self, key, element):
"""
Return the score associated with the specified element of the sorted
set at key
"""
return self.execute_command("ZSCORE", key, element)
def zremrangebyrank(self, key, min=0, max=-1):
"""
Remove all the elements with rank >= min and rank <= max from
the sorted set
"""
return self.execute_command("ZREMRANGEBYRANK", key, min, max)
def zremrangebyscore(self, key, min='-inf', max='+inf'):
"""
Remove all the elements with score >= min and score <= max from
the sorted set
"""
return self.execute_command("ZREMRANGEBYSCORE", key, min, max)
def zunionstore(self, dstkey, keys, aggregate=None):
"""
Perform a union over a number of sorted sets with optional
weight and aggregate
"""
return self._zaggregate("ZUNIONSTORE", dstkey, keys, aggregate)
def zinterstore(self, dstkey, keys, aggregate=None):
"""
Perform an intersection over a number of sorted sets with optional
weight and aggregate
"""
return self._zaggregate("ZINTERSTORE", dstkey, keys, aggregate)
def _zaggregate(self, command, dstkey, keys, aggregate):
pieces = [command, dstkey, len(keys)]
if isinstance(keys, dict):
keys, weights = zip(*keys.items())
else:
weights = None
pieces.extend(keys)
if weights:
pieces.append("WEIGHTS")
pieces.extend(weights)
if aggregate:
if aggregate is min:
aggregate = 'MIN'
elif aggregate is max:
aggregate = 'MAX'
elif aggregate is sum:
aggregate = 'SUM'
else:
err_flag = True
if isinstance(aggregate, (str, unicode)):
aggregate_u = aggregate.upper()
if aggregate_u in ('MIN', 'MAX', 'SUM'):
aggregate = aggregate_u
err_flag = False
if err_flag:
return defer.fail(InvalidData(
"Invalid aggregate function: %s" % aggregate))
pieces.extend(("AGGREGATE", aggregate))
return self.execute_command(*pieces)
def zscan(self, key, cursor=0, pattern=None, count=None):
args = self._build_scan_args(cursor, pattern, count)
return self.execute_command("ZSCAN", key, *args)
# Commands operating on hashes
def hset(self, key, field, value):
"""
Set the hash field to the specified value. Creates the hash if needed
"""
return self.execute_command("HSET", key, field, value)
def hsetnx(self, key, field, value):
"""
Set the hash field to the specified value if the field does not exist.
Creates the hash if needed
"""
return self.execute_command("HSETNX", key, field, value)
def hget(self, key, field):
"""
Retrieve the value of the specified hash field.
"""
return self.execute_command("HGET", key, field)
def hmget(self, key, fields):
"""
Get the hash values associated to the specified fields.
"""
return self.execute_command("HMGET", key, *fields)
def hmset(self, key, mapping):
"""
Set the hash fields to their respective values.
"""
items = []
for pair in mapping.iteritems():
items.extend(pair)
return self.execute_command("HMSET", key, *items)
def hincr(self, key, field):
return self.hincrby(key, field, 1)
def hdecr(self, key, field):
return self.hincrby(key, field, -1)
def hincrby(self, key, field, integer):
"""
Increment the integer value of the hash at key on field with integer.
"""
return self.execute_command("HINCRBY", key, field, integer)
def hexists(self, key, field):
"""
Test for existence of a specified field in a hash
"""
return self.execute_command("HEXISTS", key, field)
def hdel(self, key, fields):
"""
Remove the specified field or fields from a hash
"""
if isinstance(fields, (str, unicode)):
fields = [fields]
else:
fields = list(fields)
return self.execute_command("HDEL", key, *fields)
def hlen(self, key):
"""
Return the number of items in a hash.
"""
return self.execute_command("HLEN", key)
def hkeys(self, key):
"""
Return all the fields in a hash.
"""
return self.execute_command("HKEYS", key)
def hvals(self, key):
"""
Return all the values in a hash.
"""
return self.execute_command("HVALS", key)
def hgetall(self, key):
"""
Return all the fields and associated values in a hash.
"""
f = lambda d: dict(zip(d[::2], d[1::2]))
return self.execute_command("HGETALL", key, post_proc=f)
def hscan(self, key, cursor=0, pattern=None, count=None):
args = self._build_scan_args(cursor, pattern, count)
return self.execute_command("HSCAN", key, *args)
# Sorting
def sort(self, key, start=None, end=None, by=None, get=None,
desc=None, alpha=False, store=None):
if (start is not None and end is None) or \
(end is not None and start is None):
raise RedisError("``start`` and ``end`` must both be specified")
pieces = [key]
if by is not None:
pieces.append("BY")
pieces.append(by)
if start is not None and end is not None:
pieces.append("LIMIT")
pieces.append(start)
pieces.append(end)
if get is not None:
pieces.append("GET")
pieces.append(get)
if desc:
pieces.append("DESC")
if alpha:
pieces.append("ALPHA")
if store is not None:
pieces.append("STORE")
pieces.append(store)
return self.execute_command("SORT", *pieces)
def _clear_txstate(self):
if self.inTransaction:
self.inTransaction = False
self.inMulti = False
self.factory.connectionQueue.put(self)
def watch(self, keys):
if not self.inTransaction:
self.inTransaction = True
self.inMulti = False
self.unwatch_cc = self._clear_txstate
self.commit_cc = lambda: ()
if isinstance(keys, (str, unicode)):
keys = [keys]
d = self.execute_command("WATCH", *keys).addCallback(self._tx_started)
return d
def unwatch(self):
self.unwatch_cc()
return self.execute_command("UNWATCH")
# Transactions
# multi() will return a deferred with a "connection" object
# That object must be used for further interactions within
# the transaction. At the end, either exec() or discard()
# must be executed.
def multi(self, keys=None):
self.inTransaction = True
self.inMulti = True
self.unwatch_cc = lambda: ()
self.commit_cc = self._clear_txstate
if keys is not None:
d = self.watch(keys)
d.addCallback(lambda _: self.execute_command("MULTI"))
else:
d = self.execute_command("MULTI")
d.addCallback(self._tx_started)
return d
def _tx_started(self, response):
if response != 'OK':
raise RedisError('Invalid response: %s' % response)
return self
def _commit_check(self, response):
if response is None:
self.transactions = 0
self._clear_txstate()
raise WatchError("Transaction failed")
else:
return response
def commit(self):
if self.inMulti is False:
raise RedisError("Not in transaction")
return self.execute_command("EXEC").addCallback(self._commit_check)
def discard(self):
if self.inMulti is False:
raise RedisError("Not in transaction")
self.post_proc = []
self.transactions = 0
self._clear_txstate()
return self.execute_command("DISCARD")
# Returns a proxy that works just like .multi() except that commands
# are simply buffered to be written all at once in a pipeline.
# http://redis.io/topics/pipelining
def pipeline(self):
# Return a deferred that returns self (rather than simply self) to allow
# ConnectionHandler to wrap this method with async connection retrieval.
self.pipelining = True
self.pipelined_commands = []
self.pipelined_replies = []
d = defer.Deferred()
d.addCallback(lambda x: x)
d.callback(self)
return d
@defer.inlineCallbacks
def execute_pipeline(self):
if not self.pipelining:
err = "Not currently pipelining commands, " \
"please use pipeline() first"
raise RedisError(err)
# Flush all the commands at once to redis. Wait for all replies
# to come back using a deferred list.
try:
self.transport.write("".join(self.pipelined_commands))
results = yield defer.DeferredList(
deferredList=self.pipelined_replies,
fireOnOneErrback=True,
consumeErrors=True,
)
defer.returnValue([value for success, value in results])
finally:
self.pipelining = False
self.pipelined_commands = []
self.pipelined_replies = []
# Publish/Subscribe
# see the SubscriberProtocol for subscribing to channels
def publish(self, channel, message):
"""
Publish message to a channel
"""
return self.execute_command("PUBLISH", channel, message)
# Persistence control commands
def save(self):
"""
Synchronously save the DB on disk
"""
return self.execute_command("SAVE")
def bgsave(self):
"""
Asynchronously save the DB on disk
"""
return self.execute_command("BGSAVE")
def lastsave(self):
"""
Return the UNIX time stamp of the last successfully saving of the
dataset on disk
"""
return self.execute_command("LASTSAVE")
def shutdown(self):
"""
Synchronously save the DB on disk, then shutdown the server
"""
self.factory.continueTrying = False
return self.execute_command("SHUTDOWN")
def bgrewriteaof(self):
"""
Rewrite the append only file in background when it gets too big
"""
return self.execute_command("BGREWRITEAOF")
def _process_info(self, r):
keypairs = [x for x in r.split('\r\n') if
u':' in x and not x.startswith(u'#')]
d = {}
for kv in keypairs:
k, v = kv.split(u':')
d[k] = v
return d
# Remote server control commands
def info(self, type=None):
"""
Provide information and statistics about the server
"""
if type is None:
return self.execute_command("INFO")
else:
r = self.execute_command("INFO", type)
return r.addCallback(self._process_info)
# slaveof is missing
# Redis 2.6 scripting commands
def _eval(self, script, script_hash, keys, args):
n = len(keys)
keys_and_args = tuple(keys) + tuple(args)
r = self.execute_command("EVAL", script, n, *keys_and_args)
if script_hash in self.script_hashes:
return r
return r.addCallback(self._eval_success, script_hash)
def _eval_success(self, r, script_hash):
self.script_hashes.add(script_hash)
return r
def _evalsha_failed(self, err, script, script_hash, keys, args):
if err.check(ScriptDoesNotExist):
return self._eval(script, script_hash, keys, args)
return err
def eval(self, script, keys=[], args=[]):
h = hashlib.sha1(script).hexdigest()
if h in self.script_hashes:
return self.evalsha(h, keys, args).addErrback(
self._evalsha_failed, script, h, keys, args)
return self._eval(script, h, keys, args)
def _evalsha_errback(self, err, script_hash):
if err.check(ResponseError):
if err.value.args[0].startswith(u'NOSCRIPT'):
if script_hash in self.script_hashes:
self.script_hashes.remove(script_hash)
raise ScriptDoesNotExist("No script matching hash: %s found" %
script_hash)
return err
def evalsha(self, sha1_hash, keys=[], args=[]):
n = len(keys)
keys_and_args = tuple(keys) + tuple(args)
r = self.execute_command("EVALSHA",
sha1_hash, n,
*keys_and_args)
r.addErrback(self._evalsha_errback, sha1_hash)
if sha1_hash not in self.script_hashes:
r.addCallback(self._eval_success, sha1_hash)
return r
def _script_exists_success(self, r):
l = [bool(x) for x in r]
if len(l) == 1:
return l[0]
else:
return l
def script_exists(self, *hashes):
return self.execute_command("SCRIPT", "EXISTS",
post_proc=self._script_exists_success,
*hashes)
def _script_flush_success(self, r):
self.script_hashes.clear()
return r
def script_flush(self):
return self.execute_command("SCRIPT", "FLUSH").addCallback(
self._script_flush_success)
def _handle_script_kill(self, r):
if isinstance(r, Failure):
if r.check(ResponseError):
if r.value.args[0].startswith(u'NOTBUSY'):
raise NoScriptRunning("No script running")
else:
pass
return r
def script_kill(self):
return self.execute_command("SCRIPT",
"KILL").addBoth(self._handle_script_kill)
def script_load(self, script):
return self.execute_command("SCRIPT", "LOAD", script)
# Redis 2.8.9 HyperLogLog commands
def pfadd(self, key, elements, *args):
elements = list_or_args("pfadd", elements, args)
return self.execute_command("PFADD", key, *elements)
def pfcount(self, keys, *args):
keys = list_or_args("pfcount", keys, args)
return self.execute_command("PFCOUNT", *keys)
def pfmerge(self, destKey, sourceKeys, *args):
sourceKeys = list_or_args("pfmerge", sourceKeys, args)
return self.execute_command("PFMERGE", destKey, *sourceKeys)
class HiredisProtocol(BaseRedisProtocol):
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
BaseRedisProtocol.__init__(self, *args, **kwargs)
self._reader = hiredis.Reader(protocolError=InvalidData,
replyError=ResponseError)
def dataReceived(self, data, unpause=False):
self.resetTimeout()
if data:
self._reader.feed(data)
res = self._reader.gets()
while res is not False:
if isinstance(res, basestring):
res = self.tryConvertData(res)
elif isinstance(res, list):
res = map(self.tryConvertData, res)
if res == "QUEUED":
self.transactions += 1
else:
res = self.handleTransactionData(res)
self.replyReceived(res)
res = self._reader.gets()
if hiredis is not None:
RedisProtocol = HiredisProtocol
else:
RedisProtocol = BaseRedisProtocol
class MonitorProtocol(RedisProtocol):
"""
monitor has the same behavior as subscribe: hold the connection until
something happens.
take care with the performance impact: http://redis.io/commands/monitor
"""
def messageReceived(self, message):
pass
def replyReceived(self, reply):
self.messageReceived(reply)
def monitor(self):
return self.execute_command("MONITOR")
def stop(self):
self.transport.loseConnection()
class SubscriberProtocol(RedisProtocol):
def messageReceived(self, pattern, channel, message):
pass
def replyReceived(self, reply):
if isinstance(reply, list):
if reply[-3] == u"message":
self.messageReceived(None, *reply[-2:])
elif len(reply) > 3 and reply[-4] == u"pmessage":
self.messageReceived(*reply[-3:])
else:
self.replyQueue.put(reply[-3:])
elif isinstance(reply, Exception):
self.replyQueue.put(reply)
def subscribe(self, channels):
if isinstance(channels, (str, unicode)):
channels = [channels]
return self.execute_command("SUBSCRIBE", *channels)
def unsubscribe(self, channels):
if isinstance(channels, (str, unicode)):
channels = [channels]
return self.execute_command("UNSUBSCRIBE", *channels)
def psubscribe(self, patterns):
if isinstance(patterns, (str, unicode)):
patterns = [patterns]
return self.execute_command("PSUBSCRIBE", *patterns)
def punsubscribe(self, patterns):
if isinstance(patterns, (str, unicode)):
patterns = [patterns]
return self.execute_command("PUNSUBSCRIBE", *patterns)
class ConnectionHandler(object):
def __init__(self, factory):
self._factory = factory
self._connected = factory.deferred
def disconnect(self):
self._factory.continueTrying = 0
for conn in self._factory.pool:
try:
conn.transport.loseConnection()
except:
pass
return self._factory.waitForEmptyPool()
def __getattr__(self, method):
def wrapper(*args, **kwargs):
d = self._factory.getConnection()
def callback(connection):
protocol_method = getattr(connection, method)
try:
d = protocol_method(*args, **kwargs)
except:
self._factory.connectionQueue.put(connection)
raise
def put_back(reply):
if not connection.inTransaction:
self._factory.connectionQueue.put(connection)
return reply
def switch_to_errback(reply):
if isinstance(reply, Exception):
raise reply
return reply
d.addBoth(put_back)
d.addCallback(switch_to_errback)
return d
d.addCallback(callback)
return d
return wrapper
def __repr__(self):
try:
cli = self._factory.pool[0].transport.getPeer()
except:
return "<Redis Connection: Not connected>"
else:
return "<Redis Connection: %s:%s - %d connection(s)>" % \
(cli.host, cli.port, self._factory.size)
class UnixConnectionHandler(ConnectionHandler):
def __repr__(self):
try:
cli = self._factory.pool[0].transport.getPeer()
except:
return "<Redis Connection: Not connected>"
else:
return "<Redis Unix Connection: %s - %d connection(s)>" % \
(cli.name, self._factory.size)
ShardedMethods = frozenset([
"decr",
"delete",
"exists",
"expire",
"get",
"get_type",
"getset",
"hdel",
"hexists",
"hget",
"hgetall",
"hincrby",
"hkeys",
"hlen",
"hmget",
"hmset",
"hset",
"hvals",
"incr",
"lindex",
"llen",
"lrange",
"lrem",
"lset",
"ltrim",
"pop",
"publish",
"push",
"rename",
"sadd",
"set",
"setex",
"setnx",
"sismember",
"smembers",
"srem",
"ttl",
"zadd",
"zcard",
"zcount",
"zdecr",
"zincr",
"zincrby",
"zrange",
"zrangebyscore",
"zrevrangebyscore",
"zrevrank",
"zrank",
"zrem",
"zremrangebyscore",
"zremrangebyrank",
"zrevrange",
"zscore",
])
_findhash = re.compile(r'.+\{(.*)\}.*')
class HashRing(object):
"""Consistent hash for redis API"""
def __init__(self, nodes=[], replicas=160):
self.nodes = []
self.replicas = replicas
self.ring = {}
self.sorted_keys = []
for n in nodes:
self.add_node(n)
def add_node(self, node):
self.nodes.append(node)
for x in xrange(self.replicas):
crckey = zlib.crc32("%s:%d" % (node._factory.uuid, x))
self.ring[crckey] = node
self.sorted_keys.append(crckey)
self.sorted_keys.sort()
def remove_node(self, node):
self.nodes.remove(node)
for x in xrange(self.replicas):
crckey = zlib.crc32("%s:%d" % (node, x))
self.ring.remove(crckey)
self.sorted_keys.remove(crckey)
def get_node(self, key):
n, i = self.get_node_pos(key)
return n
# self.get_node_pos(key)[0]
def get_node_pos(self, key):
if len(self.ring) == 0:
return [None, None]
crc = zlib.crc32(key)
idx = bisect.bisect(self.sorted_keys, crc)
# prevents out of range index
idx = min(idx, (self.replicas * len(self.nodes)) - 1)
return [self.ring[self.sorted_keys[idx]], idx]
def iter_nodes(self, key):
if len(self.ring) == 0:
yield None, None
node, pos = self.get_node_pos(key)
for k in self.sorted_keys[pos:]:
yield k, self.ring[k]
def __call__(self, key):
return self.get_node(key)
class ShardedConnectionHandler(object):
def __init__(self, connections):
if isinstance(connections, defer.DeferredList):
self._ring = None
connections.addCallback(self._makeRing)
else:
self._ring = HashRing(connections)
def _makeRing(self, connections):
connections = map(operator.itemgetter(1), connections)
self._ring = HashRing(connections)
return self
@defer.inlineCallbacks
def disconnect(self):
if not self._ring:
raise ConnectionError("Not connected")
for conn in self._ring.nodes:
yield conn.disconnect()
defer.returnValue(True)
def _wrap(self, method, *args, **kwargs):
try:
key = args[0]
assert isinstance(key, (str, unicode))
except:
raise ValueError(
"Method '%s' requires a key as the first argument" % method)
m = _findhash.match(key)
if m is not None and len(m.groups()) >= 1:
node = self._ring(m.groups()[0])
else:
node = self._ring(key)
return getattr(node, method)(*args, **kwargs)
def pipeline(self):
raise NotImplementedError("Pipelining is not supported across shards")
def __getattr__(self, method):
if method in ShardedMethods:
return functools.partial(self._wrap, method)
else:
raise NotImplementedError("Method '%s' cannot be sharded" % method)
@defer.inlineCallbacks
def mget(self, keys, *args):
"""
high-level mget, required because of the sharding support
"""
keys = list_or_args("mget", keys, args)
group = collections.defaultdict(lambda: [])
for k in keys:
node = self._ring(k)
group[node].append(k)
deferreds = []
for node, keys in group.items():
nd = node.mget(keys)
deferreds.append(nd)
result = []
response = yield defer.DeferredList(deferreds)
for (success, values) in response:
if success:
result += values
defer.returnValue(result)
def __repr__(self):
nodes = []
for conn in self._ring.nodes:
try:
cli = conn._factory.pool[0].transport.getPeer()
except:
pass
else:
nodes.append("%s:%s/%d" %
(cli.host, cli.port, conn._factory.size))
return "<Redis Sharded Connection: %s>" % ", ".join(nodes)
class ShardedUnixConnectionHandler(ShardedConnectionHandler):
def __repr__(self):
nodes = []
for conn in self._ring.nodes:
try:
cli = conn._factory.pool[0].transport.getPeer()
except:
pass
else:
nodes.append("%s/%d" %
(cli.name, conn._factory.size))
return "<Redis Sharded Connection: %s>" % ", ".join(nodes)
class RedisFactory(protocol.ReconnectingClientFactory):
maxDelay = 10
protocol = RedisProtocol
def __init__(self, uuid, dbid, poolsize, isLazy=False,
handler=ConnectionHandler, charset="utf-8", password=None,
replyTimeout=None, convertNumbers=True):
if not isinstance(poolsize, int):
raise ValueError("Redis poolsize must be an integer, not %s" %
repr(poolsize))
if not isinstance(dbid, (int, types.NoneType)):
raise ValueError("Redis dbid must be an integer, not %s" %
repr(dbid))
self.uuid = uuid
self.dbid = dbid
self.poolsize = poolsize
self.isLazy = isLazy
self.charset = charset
self.password = password
self.replyTimeout = replyTimeout
self.convertNumbers = convertNumbers
self.idx = 0
self.size = 0
self.pool = []
self.deferred = defer.Deferred()
self.handler = handler(self)
self.connectionQueue = defer.DeferredQueue()
self._waitingForEmptyPool = set()
def buildProtocol(self, addr):
if hasattr(self, 'charset'):
p = self.protocol(self.charset)
else:
p = self.protocol()
p.factory = self
p.timeOut = self.replyTimeout
return p
def addConnection(self, conn):
self.connectionQueue.put(conn)
self.pool.append(conn)
self.size = len(self.pool)
if self.deferred:
if self.size == self.poolsize:
self.deferred.callback(self.handler)
self.deferred = None
def delConnection(self, conn):
try:
self.pool.remove(conn)
except Exception, e:
log.msg("Could not remove connection from pool: %s" % str(e))
self.size = len(self.pool)
if not self.size and self._waitingForEmptyPool:
deferreds = self._waitingForEmptyPool
self._waitingForEmptyPool = set()
for d in deferreds:
d.callback(None)
def _cancelWaitForEmptyPool(self, deferred):
self._waitingForEmptyPool.discard(deferred)
deferred.errback(defer.CancelledError())
def waitForEmptyPool(self):
"""
Returns a Deferred which fires when the pool size has reached 0.
"""
if not self.size:
return defer.succeed(None)
d = defer.Deferred(self._cancelWaitForEmptyPool)
self._waitingForEmptyPool.add(d)
return d
def connectionError(self, why):
if self.deferred:
self.deferred.errback(ValueError(why))
self.deferred = None
@defer.inlineCallbacks
def getConnection(self, put_back=False):
if not self.continueTrying and not self.size:
raise ConnectionError("Not connected")
while True:
conn = yield self.connectionQueue.get()
if conn.connected == 0:
log.msg('Discarding dead connection.')
else:
if put_back:
self.connectionQueue.put(conn)
defer.returnValue(conn)
class SubscriberFactory(RedisFactory):
protocol = SubscriberProtocol
def __init__(self, isLazy=False, handler=ConnectionHandler):
RedisFactory.__init__(self, None, None, 1, isLazy=isLazy,
handler=handler)
class MonitorFactory(RedisFactory):
protocol = MonitorProtocol
def __init__(self, isLazy=False, handler=ConnectionHandler):
RedisFactory.__init__(self, None, None, 1, isLazy=isLazy,
handler=handler)
def makeConnection(host, port, dbid, poolsize, reconnect, isLazy,
charset, password, connectTimeout, replyTimeout,
convertNumbers):
uuid = "%s:%s" % (host, port)
factory = RedisFactory(uuid, dbid, poolsize, isLazy, ConnectionHandler,
charset, password, replyTimeout, convertNumbers)
factory.continueTrying = reconnect
for x in xrange(poolsize):
reactor.connectTCP(host, port, factory, connectTimeout)
if isLazy:
return factory.handler
else:
return factory.deferred
def makeShardedConnection(hosts, dbid, poolsize, reconnect, isLazy,
charset, password, connectTimeout, replyTimeout,
convertNumbers):
err = "Please use a list or tuple of host:port for sharded connections"
if not isinstance(hosts, (list, tuple)):
raise ValueError(err)
connections = []
for item in hosts:
try:
host, port = item.split(":")
port = int(port)
except:
raise ValueError(err)
c = makeConnection(host, port, dbid, poolsize, reconnect, isLazy,
charset, password, connectTimeout, replyTimeout,
convertNumbers)
connections.append(c)
if isLazy:
return ShardedConnectionHandler(connections)
else:
deferred = defer.DeferredList(connections)
ShardedConnectionHandler(deferred)
return deferred
def Connection(host="localhost", port=6379, dbid=None, reconnect=True,
charset="utf-8", password=None,
connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None, convertNumbers=True):
return makeConnection(host, port, dbid, 1, reconnect, False,
charset, password, connectTimeout, replyTimeout,
convertNumbers)
def lazyConnection(host="localhost", port=6379, dbid=None, reconnect=True,
charset="utf-8", password=None,
connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None, convertNumbers=True):
return makeConnection(host, port, dbid, 1, reconnect, True,
charset, password, connectTimeout, replyTimeout,
convertNumbers)
def ConnectionPool(host="localhost", port=6379, dbid=None,
poolsize=10, reconnect=True, charset="utf-8", password=None,
connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None,
convertNumbers=True):
return makeConnection(host, port, dbid, poolsize, reconnect, False,
charset, password, connectTimeout, replyTimeout,
convertNumbers)
def lazyConnectionPool(host="localhost", port=6379, dbid=None,
poolsize=10, reconnect=True, charset="utf-8",
password=None, connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None,
convertNumbers=True):
return makeConnection(host, port, dbid, poolsize, reconnect, True,
charset, password, connectTimeout, replyTimeout,
convertNumbers)
def ShardedConnection(hosts, dbid=None, reconnect=True, charset="utf-8",
password=None, connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None,
convertNumbers=True):
return makeShardedConnection(hosts, dbid, 1, reconnect, False,
charset, password, connectTimeout,
replyTimeout, convertNumbers)
def lazyShardedConnection(hosts, dbid=None, reconnect=True, charset="utf-8",
password=None,
connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None,
convertNumbers=True):
return makeShardedConnection(hosts, dbid, 1, reconnect, True,
charset, password, connectTimeout,
replyTimeout, convertNumbers)
def ShardedConnectionPool(hosts, dbid=None, poolsize=10, reconnect=True,
charset="utf-8", password=None,
connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None,
convertNumbers=True):
return makeShardedConnection(hosts, dbid, poolsize, reconnect, False,
charset, password, connectTimeout,
replyTimeout, convertNumbers)
def lazyShardedConnectionPool(hosts, dbid=None, poolsize=10, reconnect=True,
charset="utf-8", password=None,
connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None,
convertNumbers=True):
return makeShardedConnection(hosts, dbid, poolsize, reconnect, True,
charset, password, connectTimeout,
replyTimeout, convertNumbers)
def makeUnixConnection(path, dbid, poolsize, reconnect, isLazy,
charset, password, connectTimeout, replyTimeout,
convertNumbers):
factory = RedisFactory(path, dbid, poolsize, isLazy, UnixConnectionHandler,
charset, password, replyTimeout, convertNumbers)
factory.continueTrying = reconnect
for x in xrange(poolsize):
reactor.connectUNIX(path, factory, connectTimeout)
if isLazy:
return factory.handler
else:
return factory.deferred
def makeShardedUnixConnection(paths, dbid, poolsize, reconnect, isLazy,
charset, password, connectTimeout, replyTimeout,
convertNumbers):
err = "Please use a list or tuple of paths for sharded unix connections"
if not isinstance(paths, (list, tuple)):
raise ValueError(err)
connections = []
for path in paths:
c = makeUnixConnection(path, dbid, poolsize, reconnect, isLazy,
charset, password, connectTimeout, replyTimeout,
convertNumbers)
connections.append(c)
if isLazy:
return ShardedUnixConnectionHandler(connections)
else:
deferred = defer.DeferredList(connections)
ShardedUnixConnectionHandler(deferred)
return deferred
def UnixConnection(path="/tmp/redis.sock", dbid=None, reconnect=True,
charset="utf-8", password=None,
connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None, convertNumbers=True):
return makeUnixConnection(path, dbid, 1, reconnect, False,
charset, password, connectTimeout, replyTimeout,
convertNumbers)
def lazyUnixConnection(path="/tmp/redis.sock", dbid=None, reconnect=True,
charset="utf-8", password=None,
connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None,
convertNumbers=True):
return makeUnixConnection(path, dbid, 1, reconnect, True,
charset, password, connectTimeout, replyTimeout,
convertNumbers)
def UnixConnectionPool(path="/tmp/redis.sock", dbid=None, poolsize=10,
reconnect=True, charset="utf-8", password=None,
connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None,
convertNumbers=True):
return makeUnixConnection(path, dbid, poolsize, reconnect, False,
charset, password, connectTimeout, replyTimeout,
convertNumbers)
def lazyUnixConnectionPool(path="/tmp/redis.sock", dbid=None, poolsize=10,
reconnect=True, charset="utf-8", password=None,
connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None,
convertNumbers=True):
return makeUnixConnection(path, dbid, poolsize, reconnect, True,
charset, password, connectTimeout, replyTimeout,
convertNumbers)
def ShardedUnixConnection(paths, dbid=None, reconnect=True, charset="utf-8",
password=None, connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None,
convertNumbers=True):
return makeShardedUnixConnection(paths, dbid, 1, reconnect, False,
charset, password, connectTimeout,
replyTimeout, convertNumbers)
def lazyShardedUnixConnection(paths, dbid=None, reconnect=True,
charset="utf-8", password=None,
connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None,
convertNumbers=True):
return makeShardedUnixConnection(paths, dbid, 1, reconnect, True,
charset, password, connectTimeout,
replyTimeout, convertNumbers)
def ShardedUnixConnectionPool(paths, dbid=None, poolsize=10, reconnect=True,
charset="utf-8", password=None,
connectTimeout=None, replyTimeout=None,
convertNumbers=True):
return makeShardedUnixConnection(paths, dbid, poolsize, reconnect, False,
charset, password, connectTimeout,
replyTimeout, convertNumbers)
def lazyShardedUnixConnectionPool(paths, dbid=None, poolsize=10,
reconnect=True, charset="utf-8",
password=None, connectTimeout=None,
replyTimeout=None, convertNumbers=True):
return makeShardedUnixConnection(paths, dbid, poolsize, reconnect, True,
charset, password, connectTimeout,
replyTimeout, convertNumbers)
__all__ = [
Connection, lazyConnection,
ConnectionPool, lazyConnectionPool,
ShardedConnection, lazyShardedConnection,
ShardedConnectionPool, lazyShardedConnectionPool,
UnixConnection, lazyUnixConnection,
UnixConnectionPool, lazyUnixConnectionPool,
ShardedUnixConnection, lazyShardedUnixConnection,
ShardedUnixConnectionPool, lazyShardedUnixConnectionPool,
]
__author__ = "Alexandre Fiori"
__version__ = version = "1.1"
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