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# Copyright 2011 OpenStack Foundation
#
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# not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
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#
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#
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import contextlib
import errno
import functools
import itertools
import math
import os
import random
import socket
import ssl
import sys
import threading
import time
import uuid
import kombu
import kombu.connection
import kombu.entity
import kombu.messaging
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_log import log as logging
from oslo_utils import eventletutils
from oslo_utils import importutils
import six
import six.moves
from six.moves.urllib import parse
import oslo_messaging
from oslo_messaging._drivers import amqp as rpc_amqp
from oslo_messaging._drivers import amqpdriver
from oslo_messaging._drivers import base
from oslo_messaging._drivers import common as rpc_common
from oslo_messaging._drivers import pool
from oslo_messaging import _utils
from oslo_messaging import exceptions
eventlet = importutils.try_import('eventlet')
if eventlet and eventletutils.is_monkey_patched("thread"):
# Here we initialize module with the native python threading module
# if it was already monkey patched by eventlet/greenlet.
stdlib_threading = eventlet.patcher.original('threading')
else:
# Manage the case where we run this driver in a non patched environment
# and where user even so configure the driver to run heartbeat through
# a python thread, if we don't do that when the heartbeat will start
# we will facing an issue by trying to override the threading module.
stdlib_threading = threading
# NOTE(sileht): don't exists in py2 socket module
TCP_USER_TIMEOUT = 18
rabbit_opts = [
cfg.BoolOpt('ssl',
default=False,
deprecated_name='rabbit_use_ssl',
help='Connect over SSL.'),
cfg.StrOpt('ssl_version',
default='',
deprecated_name='kombu_ssl_version',
help='SSL version to use (valid only if SSL enabled). '
'Valid values are TLSv1 and SSLv23. SSLv2, SSLv3, '
'TLSv1_1, and TLSv1_2 may be available on some '
'distributions.'
),
cfg.StrOpt('ssl_key_file',
default='',
deprecated_name='kombu_ssl_keyfile',
help='SSL key file (valid only if SSL enabled).'),
cfg.StrOpt('ssl_cert_file',
default='',
deprecated_name='kombu_ssl_certfile',
help='SSL cert file (valid only if SSL enabled).'),
cfg.StrOpt('ssl_ca_file',
default='',
deprecated_name='kombu_ssl_ca_certs',
help='SSL certification authority file '
'(valid only if SSL enabled).'),
cfg.BoolOpt('heartbeat_in_pthread',
default=False,
help="EXPERIMENTAL: Run the health check heartbeat thread"
"through a native python thread. By default if this"
"option isn't provided the health check heartbeat will"
"inherit the execution model from the parent process. By"
"example if the parent process have monkey patched the"
"stdlib by using eventlet/greenlet then the heartbeat"
"will be run through a green thread."),
cfg.FloatOpt('kombu_reconnect_delay',
default=1.0,
deprecated_group='DEFAULT',
help='How long to wait before reconnecting in response to an '
'AMQP consumer cancel notification.'),
cfg.StrOpt('kombu_compression',
help="EXPERIMENTAL: Possible values are: gzip, bz2. If not "
"set compression will not be used. This option may not "
"be available in future versions."),
cfg.IntOpt('kombu_missing_consumer_retry_timeout',
deprecated_name="kombu_reconnect_timeout",
default=60,
help='How long to wait a missing client before abandoning to '
'send it its replies. This value should not be longer '
'than rpc_response_timeout.'),
cfg.StrOpt('kombu_failover_strategy',
choices=('round-robin', 'shuffle'),
default='round-robin',
help='Determines how the next RabbitMQ node is chosen in case '
'the one we are currently connected to becomes '
'unavailable. Takes effect only if more than one '
'RabbitMQ node is provided in config.'),
cfg.StrOpt('rabbit_login_method',
choices=('PLAIN', 'AMQPLAIN', 'RABBIT-CR-DEMO'),
default='AMQPLAIN',
deprecated_group='DEFAULT',
help='The RabbitMQ login method.'),
cfg.IntOpt('rabbit_retry_interval',
default=1,
help='How frequently to retry connecting with RabbitMQ.'),
cfg.IntOpt('rabbit_retry_backoff',
default=2,
deprecated_group='DEFAULT',
help='How long to backoff for between retries when connecting '
'to RabbitMQ.'),
cfg.IntOpt('rabbit_interval_max',
default=30,
help='Maximum interval of RabbitMQ connection retries. '
'Default is 30 seconds.'),
cfg.BoolOpt('rabbit_ha_queues',
default=False,
deprecated_group='DEFAULT',
help='Try to use HA queues in RabbitMQ (x-ha-policy: all). '
'If you change this option, you must wipe the RabbitMQ '
'database. In RabbitMQ 3.0, queue mirroring is no longer '
'controlled by the x-ha-policy argument when declaring a '
'queue. If you just want to make sure that all queues (except '
'those with auto-generated names) are mirrored across all '
'nodes, run: '
"""\"rabbitmqctl set_policy HA '^(?!amq\.).*' """
"""'{"ha-mode": "all"}' \""""),
cfg.IntOpt('rabbit_transient_queues_ttl',
min=1,
default=1800,
help='Positive integer representing duration in seconds for '
'queue TTL (x-expires). Queues which are unused for the '
'duration of the TTL are automatically deleted. The '
'parameter affects only reply and fanout queues.'),
cfg.IntOpt('rabbit_qos_prefetch_count',
default=0,
help='Specifies the number of messages to prefetch. Setting to '
'zero allows unlimited messages.'),
cfg.IntOpt('heartbeat_timeout_threshold',
default=60,
help="Number of seconds after which the Rabbit broker is "
"considered down if heartbeat's keep-alive fails "
"(0 disables heartbeat)."),
cfg.IntOpt('heartbeat_rate',
default=2,
help='How often times during the heartbeat_timeout_threshold '
'we check the heartbeat.'),
]
LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
def _get_queue_arguments(rabbit_ha_queues, rabbit_queue_ttl):
"""Construct the arguments for declaring a queue.
If the rabbit_ha_queues option is set, we try to declare a mirrored queue
as described here:
http://www.rabbitmq.com/ha.html
Setting x-ha-policy to all means that the queue will be mirrored
to all nodes in the cluster. In RabbitMQ 3.0, queue mirroring is
no longer controlled by the x-ha-policy argument when declaring a
queue. If you just want to make sure that all queues (except those
with auto-generated names) are mirrored across all nodes, run:
rabbitmqctl set_policy HA '^(?!amq\.).*' '{"ha-mode": "all"}'
If the rabbit_queue_ttl option is > 0, then the queue is
declared with the "Queue TTL" value as described here:
https://www.rabbitmq.com/ttl.html
Setting a queue TTL causes the queue to be automatically deleted
if it is unused for the TTL duration. This is a helpful safeguard
to prevent queues with zero consumers from growing without bound.
"""
args = {}
if rabbit_ha_queues:
args['x-ha-policy'] = 'all'
if rabbit_queue_ttl > 0:
args['x-expires'] = rabbit_queue_ttl * 1000
return args
class RabbitMessage(dict):
def __init__(self, raw_message):
super(RabbitMessage, self).__init__(
rpc_common.deserialize_msg(raw_message.payload))
LOG.trace('RabbitMessage.Init: message %s', self)
self._raw_message = raw_message
def acknowledge(self):
LOG.trace('RabbitMessage.acknowledge: message %s', self)
self._raw_message.ack()
def requeue(self):
LOG.trace('RabbitMessage.requeue: message %s', self)
self._raw_message.requeue()
class Consumer(object):
"""Consumer class."""
def __init__(self, exchange_name, queue_name, routing_key, type, durable,
exchange_auto_delete, queue_auto_delete, callback,
nowait=False, rabbit_ha_queues=None, rabbit_queue_ttl=0):
"""Init the Consumer class with the exchange_name, routing_key,
type, durable auto_delete
"""
self.queue_name = queue_name
self.exchange_name = exchange_name
self.routing_key = routing_key
self.exchange_auto_delete = exchange_auto_delete
self.queue_auto_delete = queue_auto_delete
self.durable = durable
self.callback = callback
self.type = type
self.nowait = nowait
self.queue_arguments = _get_queue_arguments(rabbit_ha_queues,
rabbit_queue_ttl)
self.queue = None
self._declared_on = None
self.exchange = kombu.entity.Exchange(
name=exchange_name,
type=type,
durable=self.durable,
auto_delete=self.exchange_auto_delete)
def declare(self, conn):
"""Re-declare the queue after a rabbit (re)connect."""
self.queue = kombu.entity.Queue(
name=self.queue_name,
channel=conn.channel,
exchange=self.exchange,
durable=self.durable,
auto_delete=self.queue_auto_delete,
routing_key=self.routing_key,
queue_arguments=self.queue_arguments)
try:
LOG.debug('[%s] Queue.declare: %s',
conn.connection_id, self.queue_name)
self.queue.declare()
except conn.connection.channel_errors as exc:
# NOTE(jrosenboom): This exception may be triggered by a race
# condition. Simply retrying will solve the error most of the time
# and should work well enough as a workaround until the race
# condition itself can be fixed.
# See https://bugs.launchpad.net/neutron/+bug/1318721 for details.
if exc.code == 404:
self.queue.declare()
else:
raise
except kombu.exceptions.ConnectionError as exc:
# NOTE(gsantomaggio): This exception happens when the
# connection is established,but it fails to create the queue.
# Add some delay to avoid too many requests to the server.
# See: https://bugs.launchpad.net/oslo.messaging/+bug/1822778
# for details.
if exc.code == 541:
interval = 2
info = {'sleep_time': interval,
'queue': self.queue_name,
'err_str': exc
}
LOG.error('Internal amqp error (541) '
'during queue declare,'
'retrying in %(sleep_time)s seconds. '
'Queue: [%(queue)s], '
'error message: [%(err_str)s]', info)
time.sleep(interval)
self.queue.declare()
else:
raise
self._declared_on = conn.channel
def consume(self, conn, tag):
"""Actually declare the consumer on the amqp channel. This will
start the flow of messages from the queue. Using the
Connection.consume() will process the messages,
calling the appropriate callback.
"""
# Ensure we are on the correct channel before consuming
if conn.channel != self._declared_on:
self.declare(conn)
try:
self.queue.consume(callback=self._callback,
consumer_tag=six.text_type(tag),
nowait=self.nowait)
except conn.connection.channel_errors as exc:
# We retries once because of some races that we can
# recover before informing the deployer
# bugs.launchpad.net/oslo.messaging/+bug/1581148
# bugs.launchpad.net/oslo.messaging/+bug/1609766
# bugs.launchpad.net/neutron/+bug/1318721
# 406 error code relates to messages that are doubled ack'd
# At any channel error, the RabbitMQ closes
# the channel, but the amqp-lib quietly re-open
# it. So, we must reset all tags and declare
# all consumers again.
conn._new_tags = set(conn._consumers.values())
if exc.code == 404 or (exc.code == 406 and
exc.method_name == 'Basic.ack'):
self.declare(conn)
self.queue.consume(callback=self._callback,
consumer_tag=six.text_type(tag),
nowait=self.nowait)
else:
raise
def cancel(self, tag):
LOG.trace('ConsumerBase.cancel: canceling %s', tag)
self.queue.cancel(six.text_type(tag))
def _callback(self, message):
"""Call callback with deserialized message.
Messages that are processed and ack'ed.
"""
m2p = getattr(self.queue.channel, 'message_to_python', None)
if m2p:
message = m2p(message)
try:
self.callback(RabbitMessage(message))
except Exception:
LOG.exception("Failed to process message ... skipping it.")
message.reject()
class DummyConnectionLock(_utils.DummyLock):
def heartbeat_acquire(self):
pass
class ConnectionLock(DummyConnectionLock):
"""Lock object to protect access to the kombu connection
This is a lock object to protect access to the kombu connection
object between the heartbeat thread and the driver thread.
They are two way to acquire this lock:
* lock.acquire()
* lock.heartbeat_acquire()
In both case lock.release(), release the lock.
The goal is that the heartbeat thread always have the priority
for acquiring the lock. This ensures we have no heartbeat
starvation when the driver sends a lot of messages.
So when lock.heartbeat_acquire() is called next time the lock
is released(), the caller unconditionally acquires
the lock, even someone else have asked for the lock before it.
"""
def __init__(self):
self._workers_waiting = 0
self._heartbeat_waiting = False
self._lock_acquired = None
self._monitor = threading.Lock()
self._workers_locks = threading.Condition(self._monitor)
self._heartbeat_lock = threading.Condition(self._monitor)
self._get_thread_id = eventletutils.fetch_current_thread_functor()
def acquire(self):
with self._monitor:
while self._lock_acquired:
self._workers_waiting += 1
self._workers_locks.wait()
self._workers_waiting -= 1
self._lock_acquired = self._get_thread_id()
def heartbeat_acquire(self):
# NOTE(sileht): must be called only one time
with self._monitor:
while self._lock_acquired is not None:
self._heartbeat_waiting = True
self._heartbeat_lock.wait()
self._heartbeat_waiting = False
self._lock_acquired = self._get_thread_id()
def release(self):
with self._monitor:
if self._lock_acquired is None:
raise RuntimeError("We can't release a not acquired lock")
thread_id = self._get_thread_id()
if self._lock_acquired != thread_id:
raise RuntimeError("We can't release lock acquired by another "
"thread/greenthread; %s vs %s" %
(self._lock_acquired, thread_id))
self._lock_acquired = None
if self._heartbeat_waiting:
self._heartbeat_lock.notify()
elif self._workers_waiting > 0:
self._workers_locks.notify()
@contextlib.contextmanager
def for_heartbeat(self):
self.heartbeat_acquire()
try:
yield
finally:
self.release()
class Connection(object):
"""Connection object."""
pools = {}
def __init__(self, conf, url, purpose):
# NOTE(viktors): Parse config options
driver_conf = conf.oslo_messaging_rabbit
self.interval_start = driver_conf.rabbit_retry_interval
self.interval_stepping = driver_conf.rabbit_retry_backoff
self.interval_max = driver_conf.rabbit_interval_max
self.login_method = driver_conf.rabbit_login_method
self.rabbit_ha_queues = driver_conf.rabbit_ha_queues
self.rabbit_transient_queues_ttl = \
driver_conf.rabbit_transient_queues_ttl
self.rabbit_qos_prefetch_count = driver_conf.rabbit_qos_prefetch_count
self.heartbeat_timeout_threshold = \
driver_conf.heartbeat_timeout_threshold
self.heartbeat_rate = driver_conf.heartbeat_rate
self.kombu_reconnect_delay = driver_conf.kombu_reconnect_delay
self.amqp_durable_queues = driver_conf.amqp_durable_queues
self.amqp_auto_delete = driver_conf.amqp_auto_delete
self.ssl = driver_conf.ssl
self.kombu_missing_consumer_retry_timeout = \
driver_conf.kombu_missing_consumer_retry_timeout
self.kombu_failover_strategy = driver_conf.kombu_failover_strategy
self.kombu_compression = driver_conf.kombu_compression
self.heartbeat_in_pthread = driver_conf.heartbeat_in_pthread
if self.heartbeat_in_pthread:
# NOTE(hberaud): Experimental: threading module is in use to run
# the rabbitmq health check heartbeat. in some situation like
# with nova-api, nova need green threads to run the cells
# mechanismes in an async mode, so they used eventlet and
# greenlet to monkey patch the python stdlib and get green threads.
# The issue here is that nova-api run under the apache MPM prefork
# module and mod_wsgi. The apache prefork module doesn't support
# epoll and recent kernel features, and evenlet is built over epoll
# and libevent, so when we run the rabbitmq heartbeat we inherit
# from the execution model of the parent process (nova-api), and
# in this case we will run the heartbeat through a green thread.
# We want to allow users to choose between pthread and
# green threads if needed in some specific situations.
# This experimental feature allow user to use pthread in an env
# that doesn't support eventlet without forcing the parent process
# to stop to use eventlet if they need monkey patching for some
# specific reasons.
# If users want to use pthread we need to make sure that we
# will use the *native* threading module for
# initialize the heartbeat thread.
# Here we override globaly the previously imported
# threading module with the native python threading module
# if it was already monkey patched by eventlet/greenlet.
global threading
threading = stdlib_threading
if self.ssl:
self.ssl_version = driver_conf.ssl_version
self.ssl_key_file = driver_conf.ssl_key_file
self.ssl_cert_file = driver_conf.ssl_cert_file
self.ssl_ca_file = driver_conf.ssl_ca_file
self._url = ''
if url.hosts:
if url.transport.startswith('kombu+'):
LOG.warning('Selecting the kombu transport through the '
'transport url (%s) is a experimental feature '
'and this is not yet supported.',
url.transport)
if len(url.hosts) > 1:
random.shuffle(url.hosts)
transformed_urls = [
self._transform_transport_url(url, host)
for host in url.hosts]
self._url = ';'.join(transformed_urls)
elif url.transport.startswith('kombu+'):
# NOTE(sileht): url have a + but no hosts
# (like kombu+memory:///), pass it to kombu as-is
transport = url.transport.replace('kombu+', '')
self._url = "%s://" % transport
if url.virtual_host:
self._url += url.virtual_host
elif not url.hosts:
host = oslo_messaging.transport.TransportHost('')
self._url = self._transform_transport_url(
url, host, default_username='guest', default_password='guest',
default_hostname='localhost')
self._initial_pid = os.getpid()
self._consumers = {}
self._producer = None
self._new_tags = set()
self._active_tags = {}
self._tags = itertools.count(1)
# Set of exchanges and queues declared on the channel to avoid
# unnecessary redeclaration. This set is resetted each time
# the connection is resetted in Connection._set_current_channel
self._declared_exchanges = set()
self._declared_queues = set()
self._consume_loop_stopped = False
self.channel = None
self.purpose = purpose
# NOTE(sileht): if purpose is PURPOSE_LISTEN
# we don't need the lock because we don't
# have a heartbeat thread
if purpose == rpc_common.PURPOSE_SEND:
self._connection_lock = ConnectionLock()
else:
self._connection_lock = DummyConnectionLock()
self.connection_id = str(uuid.uuid4())
self.name = "%s:%d:%s" % (os.path.basename(sys.argv[0]),
os.getpid(),
self.connection_id)
self.connection = kombu.connection.Connection(
self._url, ssl=self._fetch_ssl_params(),
login_method=self.login_method,
heartbeat=self.heartbeat_timeout_threshold,
failover_strategy=self.kombu_failover_strategy,
transport_options={
'confirm_publish': True,
'client_properties': {
'capabilities': {
'authentication_failure_close': True,
'connection.blocked': True,
'consumer_cancel_notify': True
},
'connection_name': self.name},
'on_blocked': self._on_connection_blocked,
'on_unblocked': self._on_connection_unblocked,
},
)
LOG.debug('[%(connection_id)s] Connecting to AMQP server on'
' %(hostname)s:%(port)s',
self._get_connection_info())
# NOTE(sileht): kombu recommend to run heartbeat_check every
# seconds, but we use a lock around the kombu connection
# so, to not lock to much this lock to most of the time do nothing
# expected waiting the events drain, we start heartbeat_check and
# retrieve the server heartbeat packet only two times more than
# the minimum required for the heartbeat works
# (heartbeat_timeout/heartbeat_rate/2.0, default kombu
# heartbeat_rate is 2)
self._heartbeat_wait_timeout = (
float(self.heartbeat_timeout_threshold) /
float(self.heartbeat_rate) / 2.0)
self._heartbeat_support_log_emitted = False
# NOTE(sileht): just ensure the connection is setuped at startup
with self._connection_lock:
self.ensure_connection()
# NOTE(sileht): if purpose is PURPOSE_LISTEN
# the consume code does the heartbeat stuff
# we don't need a thread
self._heartbeat_thread = None
if purpose == rpc_common.PURPOSE_SEND:
self._heartbeat_start()
LOG.debug('[%(connection_id)s] Connected to AMQP server on '
'%(hostname)s:%(port)s via [%(transport)s] client with'
' port %(client_port)s.',
self._get_connection_info())
# NOTE(sileht): value chosen according the best practice from kombu
# http://kombu.readthedocs.org/en/latest/reference/kombu.common.html#kombu.common.eventloop
# For heartbeat, we can set a bigger timeout, and check we receive the
# heartbeat packets regulary
if self._heartbeat_supported_and_enabled():
self._poll_timeout = self._heartbeat_wait_timeout
else:
self._poll_timeout = 1
if self._url.startswith('memory://'):
# Kludge to speed up tests.
self.connection.transport.polling_interval = 0.0
# Fixup logging
self.connection.hostname = "memory_driver"
self.connection.port = 1234
self._poll_timeout = 0.05
# FIXME(markmc): use oslo sslutils when it is available as a library
_SSL_PROTOCOLS = {
"tlsv1": ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1,
"sslv23": ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv23
}
_OPTIONAL_PROTOCOLS = {
'sslv2': 'PROTOCOL_SSLv2',
'sslv3': 'PROTOCOL_SSLv3',
'tlsv1_1': 'PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1',
'tlsv1_2': 'PROTOCOL_TLSv1_2',
}
for protocol in _OPTIONAL_PROTOCOLS:
try:
_SSL_PROTOCOLS[protocol] = getattr(ssl,
_OPTIONAL_PROTOCOLS[protocol])
except AttributeError:
pass
@classmethod
def validate_ssl_version(cls, version):
key = version.lower()
try:
return cls._SSL_PROTOCOLS[key]
except KeyError:
raise RuntimeError("Invalid SSL version : %s" % version)
def _transform_transport_url(self, url, host, default_username='',
default_password='', default_hostname=''):
transport = url.transport.replace('kombu+', '')
transport = transport.replace('rabbit', 'amqp')
return '%s://%s:%s@%s:%s/%s' % (
transport,
parse.quote(host.username or default_username),
parse.quote(host.password or default_password),
self._parse_url_hostname(host.hostname) or default_hostname,
str(host.port or 5672),
url.virtual_host or '')
def _parse_url_hostname(self, hostname):
"""Handles hostname returned from urlparse and checks whether it's
ipaddress. If it's ipaddress it ensures that it has brackets for IPv6.
"""
return '[%s]' % hostname if ':' in hostname else hostname
def _fetch_ssl_params(self):
"""Handles fetching what ssl params should be used for the connection
(if any).
"""
if self.ssl:
ssl_params = dict()
# http://docs.python.org/library/ssl.html - ssl.wrap_socket
if self.ssl_version:
ssl_params['ssl_version'] = self.validate_ssl_version(
self.ssl_version)
if self.ssl_key_file:
ssl_params['keyfile'] = self.ssl_key_file
if self.ssl_cert_file:
ssl_params['certfile'] = self.ssl_cert_file
if self.ssl_ca_file:
ssl_params['ca_certs'] = self.ssl_ca_file
# We might want to allow variations in the
# future with this?
ssl_params['cert_reqs'] = ssl.CERT_REQUIRED
return ssl_params or True
return False
@staticmethod
def _on_connection_blocked(reason):
LOG.error("The broker has blocked the connection: %s", reason)
@staticmethod
def _on_connection_unblocked():
LOG.info("The broker has unblocked the connection")
def ensure_connection(self):
# NOTE(sileht): we reset the channel and ensure
# the kombu underlying connection works
def on_error(exc, interval):
LOG.error("Connection failed: %s (retrying in %s seconds)",
str(exc), interval)
self._set_current_channel(None)
self.connection.ensure_connection(errback=on_error)
self._set_current_channel(self.connection.channel())
self.set_transport_socket_timeout()
def ensure(self, method, retry=None,
recoverable_error_callback=None, error_callback=None,
timeout_is_error=True):
"""Will retry up to retry number of times.
retry = None or -1 means to retry forever
retry = 0 means no retry
retry = N means N retries
NOTE(sileht): Must be called within the connection lock
"""
current_pid = os.getpid()
if self._initial_pid != current_pid:
LOG.warning("Process forked after connection established! "
"This can result in unpredictable behavior. "
"See: https://docs.openstack.org/oslo.messaging/"
"latest/reference/transport.html")
self._initial_pid = current_pid
if retry is None or retry < 0:
retry = float('inf')
def on_error(exc, interval):
LOG.debug("[%s] Received recoverable error from kombu:"
% self.connection_id,
exc_info=True)
recoverable_error_callback and recoverable_error_callback(exc)
interval = (self.kombu_reconnect_delay + interval
if self.kombu_reconnect_delay > 0
else interval)
info = {'err_str': exc, 'sleep_time': interval}
info.update(self._get_connection_info(conn_error=True))
if 'Socket closed' in six.text_type(exc):
LOG.error('[%(connection_id)s] AMQP server'
' %(hostname)s:%(port)s closed'
' the connection. Check login credentials:'
' %(err_str)s', info)
else:
LOG.error('[%(connection_id)s] AMQP server on '
'%(hostname)s:%(port)s is unreachable: '
'%(err_str)s. Trying again in '
'%(sleep_time)d seconds.', info)
# XXX(nic): when reconnecting to a RabbitMQ cluster
# with mirrored queues in use, the attempt to release the
# connection can hang "indefinitely" somewhere deep down
# in Kombu. Blocking the thread for a bit prior to
# release seems to kludge around the problem where it is
# otherwise reproduceable.
# TODO(sileht): Check if this is useful since we
# use kombu for HA connection, the interval_step
# should sufficient, because the underlying kombu transport
# connection object freed.
if self.kombu_reconnect_delay > 0:
LOG.trace('Delaying reconnect for %1.1f seconds ...',
self.kombu_reconnect_delay)
time.sleep(self.kombu_reconnect_delay)
def on_reconnection(new_channel):
"""Callback invoked when the kombu reconnects and creates
a new channel, we use it the reconfigure our consumers.
"""
self._set_current_channel(new_channel)
self.set_transport_socket_timeout()
LOG.info('[%(connection_id)s] Reconnected to AMQP server on '
'%(hostname)s:%(port)s via [%(transport)s] client '
'with port %(client_port)s.',
self._get_connection_info())
def execute_method(channel):
self._set_current_channel(channel)
method()
try:
autoretry_method = self.connection.autoretry(
execute_method, channel=self.channel,
max_retries=retry,
errback=on_error,
interval_start=self.interval_start or 1,
interval_step=self.interval_stepping,
interval_max=self.interval_max,
on_revive=on_reconnection)
ret, channel = autoretry_method()
self._set_current_channel(channel)
return ret
except rpc_amqp.AMQPDestinationNotFound:
# NOTE(sileht): we must reraise this without
# trigger error_callback
raise
except exceptions.MessageUndeliverable:
# NOTE(gsantomaggio): we must reraise this without
# trigger error_callback
raise
except Exception as exc:
error_callback and error_callback(exc)
self._set_current_channel(None)
# NOTE(sileht): number of retry exceeded and the connection
# is still broken
info = {'err_str': exc, 'retry': retry}
info.update(self.connection.info())
msg = ('Unable to connect to AMQP server on '
'%(hostname)s:%(port)s after %(retry)s '
'tries: %(err_str)s' % info)
LOG.error(msg)
raise exceptions.MessageDeliveryFailure(msg)
@staticmethod
def on_return(exception, exchange, routing_key, message):
raise exceptions.MessageUndeliverable(exception, exchange, routing_key,
message)
def _set_current_channel(self, new_channel):
"""Change the channel to use.
NOTE(sileht): Must be called within the connection lock
"""
if new_channel == self.channel:
return
if self.channel is not None:
self._declared_queues.clear()
self._declared_exchanges.clear()
self.connection.maybe_close_channel(self.channel)
self.channel = new_channel
if new_channel is not None:
if self.purpose == rpc_common.PURPOSE_LISTEN:
self._set_qos(new_channel)
self._producer = kombu.messaging.Producer(new_channel,
on_return=self.on_return)
for consumer in self._consumers:
consumer.declare(self)
def _set_qos(self, channel):
"""Set QoS prefetch count on the channel"""
if self.rabbit_qos_prefetch_count > 0:
channel.basic_qos(0,
self.rabbit_qos_prefetch_count,
False)
def close(self):
"""Close/release this connection."""
self._heartbeat_stop()
if self.connection:
for consumer in six.moves.filter(lambda c: c.type == 'fanout',
self._consumers):
LOG.debug('[connection close] Deleting fanout '
'queue: %s ' % consumer.queue.name)
consumer.queue.delete()
self._set_current_channel(None)
self.connection.release()
self.connection = None
def reset(self):
"""Reset a connection so it can be used again."""
with self._connection_lock:
try:
for consumer, tag in self._consumers.items():
consumer.cancel(tag=tag)
except kombu.exceptions.OperationalError:
self.ensure_connection()
self._consumers.clear()
self._active_tags.clear()
self._new_tags.clear()
self._tags = itertools.count(1)
def _heartbeat_supported_and_enabled(self):
if self.heartbeat_timeout_threshold <= 0:
return False
if self.connection.supports_heartbeats:
return True
elif not self._heartbeat_support_log_emitted:
LOG.warning("Heartbeat support requested but it is not "
"supported by the kombu driver or the broker")
self._heartbeat_support_log_emitted = True
return False
def set_transport_socket_timeout(self, timeout=None):
# NOTE(sileht): they are some case where the heartbeat check
# or the producer.send return only when the system socket
# timeout if reach. kombu doesn't allow use to customise this
# timeout so for py-amqp we tweak ourself
# NOTE(dmitryme): Current approach works with amqp==1.4.9 and
# kombu==3.0.33. Once the commit below is released, we should
# try to set the socket timeout in the constructor:
# https://github.com/celery/py-amqp/pull/64
heartbeat_timeout = self.heartbeat_timeout_threshold
if self._heartbeat_supported_and_enabled():
# NOTE(sileht): we are supposed to send heartbeat every
# heartbeat_timeout, no need to wait more otherwise will
# disconnect us, so raise timeout earlier ourself
if timeout is None:
timeout = heartbeat_timeout
else:
timeout = min(heartbeat_timeout, timeout)
try:
sock = self.channel.connection.sock
except AttributeError as e:
# Level is set to debug because otherwise we would spam the logs
LOG.debug('[%s] Failed to get socket attribute: %s'
% (self.connection_id, str(e)))
else:
sock.settimeout(timeout)
# TCP_USER_TIMEOUT is not defined on Windows and Mac OS X
if sys.platform != 'win32' and sys.platform != 'darwin':
try:
timeout = timeout * 1000 if timeout is not None else 0
# NOTE(gdavoian): only integers and strings are allowed
# as socket options' values, and TCP_USER_TIMEOUT option
# can take only integer values, so we round-up the timeout
# to the nearest integer in order to ensure that the
# connection is not broken before the expected timeout
sock.setsockopt(socket.IPPROTO_TCP,
TCP_USER_TIMEOUT,
int(math.ceil(timeout)))
except socket.error as error:
code = error[0]
# TCP_USER_TIMEOUT not defined on kernels <2.6.37
if code != errno.ENOPROTOOPT:
raise
@contextlib.contextmanager
def _transport_socket_timeout(self, timeout):
self.set_transport_socket_timeout(timeout)
yield
self.set_transport_socket_timeout()
def _heartbeat_check(self):
# NOTE(sileht): we are supposed to send at least one heartbeat
# every heartbeat_timeout_threshold, so no need to way more
self.connection.heartbeat_check(rate=self.heartbeat_rate)
def _heartbeat_start(self):
if self._heartbeat_supported_and_enabled():
self._heartbeat_exit_event = threading.Event()
self._heartbeat_thread = threading.Thread(
target=self._heartbeat_thread_job, name="Rabbit-heartbeat")
self._heartbeat_thread.daemon = True
self._heartbeat_thread.start()
else:
self._heartbeat_thread = None
def _heartbeat_stop(self):
if self._heartbeat_thread is not None:
self._heartbeat_exit_event.set()
self._heartbeat_thread.join()
self._heartbeat_thread = None
def _heartbeat_thread_job(self):
"""Thread that maintains inactive connections
"""
# NOTE(hberaud): Python2 doesn't have ConnectionRefusedError
# defined so to switch connections destination on failure
# with python2 and python3 we need to wrapp adapt connection refused
try:
ConnectRefuseError = ConnectionRefusedError
except NameError:
ConnectRefuseError = socket.error
while not self._heartbeat_exit_event.is_set():
with self._connection_lock.for_heartbeat():
try:
try:
self._heartbeat_check()
# NOTE(sileht): We need to drain event to receive
# heartbeat from the broker but don't hold the
# connection too much times. In amqpdriver a connection
# is used exclusively for read or for write, so we have
# to do this for connection used for write drain_events
# already do that for other connection
try:
self.connection.drain_events(timeout=0.001)
except socket.timeout:
pass
# NOTE(hberaud): In a clustered rabbitmq when
# a node disappears, we get a ConnectionRefusedError
# because the socket get disconnected.
# The socket access yields a OSError because the heartbeat
# tries to reach an unreachable host (No route to host).
# Catch these exceptions to ensure that we call
# ensure_connection for switching the
# connection destination.
except (socket.timeout,
ConnectRefuseError,
OSError,
kombu.exceptions.OperationalError) as exc:
LOG.info("A recoverable connection/channel error "
"occurred, trying to reconnect: %s", exc)
self.ensure_connection()
except Exception:
LOG.warning("Unexpected error during heartbeat "
"thread processing, retrying...")
LOG.debug('Exception', exc_info=True)
self._heartbeat_exit_event.wait(
timeout=self._heartbeat_wait_timeout)
self._heartbeat_exit_event.clear()
def declare_consumer(self, consumer):
"""Create a Consumer using the class that was passed in and
add it to our list of consumers
"""
def _connect_error(exc):
log_info = {'topic': consumer.routing_key, 'err_str': exc}
LOG.error("Failed to declare consumer for topic '%(topic)s': "
"%(err_str)s", log_info)
def _declare_consumer():
consumer.declare(self)
tag = self._active_tags.get(consumer.queue_name)
if tag is None:
tag = next(self._tags)
self._active_tags[consumer.queue_name] = tag
self._new_tags.add(tag)
self._consumers[consumer] = tag
return consumer
with self._connection_lock:
return self.ensure(_declare_consumer,
error_callback=_connect_error)
def consume(self, timeout=None):
"""Consume from all queues/consumers."""
timer = rpc_common.DecayingTimer(duration=timeout)
timer.start()
def _raise_timeout():
raise rpc_common.Timeout()
def _recoverable_error_callback(exc):
if not isinstance(exc, rpc_common.Timeout):
self._new_tags = set(self._consumers.values())
timer.check_return(_raise_timeout)
def _error_callback(exc):
_recoverable_error_callback(exc)
LOG.error('Failed to consume message from queue: %s', exc)
def _consume():
# NOTE(sileht): in case the acknowledgment or requeue of a
# message fail, the kombu transport can be disconnected
# In this case, we must redeclare our consumers, so raise
# a recoverable error to trigger the reconnection code.
if not self.connection.connected:
raise self.connection.recoverable_connection_errors[0]
while self._new_tags:
for consumer, tag in self._consumers.items():
if tag in self._new_tags:
consumer.consume(self, tag=tag)
self._new_tags.remove(tag)
poll_timeout = (self._poll_timeout if timeout is None
else min(timeout, self._poll_timeout))
while True:
if self._consume_loop_stopped:
return
if self._heartbeat_supported_and_enabled():
self._heartbeat_check()
try:
self.connection.drain_events(timeout=poll_timeout)
return
except socket.timeout:
poll_timeout = timer.check_return(
_raise_timeout, maximum=self._poll_timeout)
except self.connection.channel_errors as exc:
if exc.code == 406 and exc.method_name == 'Basic.ack':
# NOTE(gordc): occasionally multiple workers will grab
# same message and acknowledge it. if it happens, meh.
raise self.connection.recoverable_channel_errors[0]
raise
with self._connection_lock:
self.ensure(_consume,
recoverable_error_callback=_recoverable_error_callback,
error_callback=_error_callback)
def stop_consuming(self):
self._consume_loop_stopped = True
def declare_direct_consumer(self, topic, callback):
"""Create a 'direct' queue.
In nova's use, this is generally a msg_id queue used for
responses for call/multicall
"""
consumer = Consumer(exchange_name='', # using default exchange
queue_name=topic,
routing_key='',
type='direct',
durable=False,
exchange_auto_delete=False,
queue_auto_delete=False,
callback=callback,
rabbit_ha_queues=self.rabbit_ha_queues,
rabbit_queue_ttl=self.rabbit_transient_queues_ttl)
self.declare_consumer(consumer)
def declare_topic_consumer(self, exchange_name, topic, callback=None,
queue_name=None):
"""Create a 'topic' consumer."""
consumer = Consumer(exchange_name=exchange_name,
queue_name=queue_name or topic,
routing_key=topic,
type='topic',
durable=self.amqp_durable_queues,
exchange_auto_delete=self.amqp_auto_delete,
queue_auto_delete=self.amqp_auto_delete,
callback=callback,
rabbit_ha_queues=self.rabbit_ha_queues)
self.declare_consumer(consumer)
def declare_fanout_consumer(self, topic, callback):
"""Create a 'fanout' consumer."""
unique = uuid.uuid4().hex
exchange_name = '%s_fanout' % topic
queue_name = '%s_fanout_%s' % (topic, unique)
consumer = Consumer(exchange_name=exchange_name,
queue_name=queue_name,
routing_key=topic,
type='fanout',
durable=False,
exchange_auto_delete=True,
queue_auto_delete=False,
callback=callback,
rabbit_ha_queues=self.rabbit_ha_queues,
rabbit_queue_ttl=self.rabbit_transient_queues_ttl)
self.declare_consumer(consumer)
def _ensure_publishing(self, method, exchange, msg, routing_key=None,
timeout=None, retry=None, transport_options=None):
"""Send to a publisher based on the publisher class."""
def _error_callback(exc):
log_info = {'topic': exchange.name, 'err_str': exc}
LOG.error("Failed to publish message to topic "
"'%(topic)s': %(err_str)s", log_info)
LOG.debug('Exception', exc_info=exc)
method = functools.partial(method, exchange, msg, routing_key,
timeout, transport_options)
with self._connection_lock:
self.ensure(method, retry=retry, error_callback=_error_callback)
def _get_connection_info(self, conn_error=False):
# Bug #1745166: set 'conn_error' true if this is being called when the
# connection is in a known error state. Otherwise attempting to access
# the connection's socket while it is in an error state will cause
# py-amqp to attempt reconnecting.
ci = self.connection.info()
info = dict([(k, ci.get(k)) for k in
['hostname', 'port', 'transport']])
client_port = None
if (not conn_error and self.channel and
hasattr(self.channel.connection, 'sock') and
self.channel.connection.sock):
client_port = self.channel.connection.sock.getsockname()[1]
info.update({'client_port': client_port,
'connection_id': self.connection_id})
return info
def _publish(self, exchange, msg, routing_key=None, timeout=None,
transport_options=None):
"""Publish a message."""
if not (exchange.passive or exchange.name in self._declared_exchanges):
exchange(self.channel).declare()
self._declared_exchanges.add(exchange.name)
log_info = {'msg': msg,
'who': exchange or 'default',
'key': routing_key,
'transport_options': str(transport_options)}
LOG.trace('Connection._publish: sending message %(msg)s to'
' %(who)s with routing key %(key)s', log_info)
# NOTE(sileht): no need to wait more, caller expects
# a answer before timeout is reached
with self._transport_socket_timeout(timeout):
self._producer.publish(
msg,
mandatory=transport_options.at_least_once if
transport_options else False,
exchange=exchange,
routing_key=routing_key,
expiration=timeout,
compression=self.kombu_compression)
def _publish_and_creates_default_queue(self, exchange, msg,
routing_key=None, timeout=None,
transport_options=None):
"""Publisher that declares a default queue
When the exchange is missing instead of silently creates an exchange
not binded to a queue, this publisher creates a default queue
named with the routing_key
This is mainly used to not miss notification in case of nobody consumes
them yet. If the future consumer bind the default queue it can retrieve
missing messages.
_set_current_channel is responsible to cleanup the cache.
"""
queue_indentifier = (exchange.name, routing_key)
# NOTE(sileht): We only do it once per reconnection
# the Connection._set_current_channel() is responsible to clear
# this cache
if queue_indentifier not in self._declared_queues:
queue = kombu.entity.Queue(
channel=self.channel,
exchange=exchange,
durable=exchange.durable,
auto_delete=exchange.auto_delete,
name=routing_key,
routing_key=routing_key,
queue_arguments=_get_queue_arguments(self.rabbit_ha_queues, 0))
log_info = {'key': routing_key, 'exchange': exchange}
LOG.trace(
'Connection._publish_and_creates_default_queue: '
'declare queue %(key)s on %(exchange)s exchange', log_info)
queue.declare()
self._declared_queues.add(queue_indentifier)
self._publish(exchange, msg, routing_key=routing_key, timeout=timeout)
def _publish_and_raises_on_missing_exchange(self, exchange, msg,
routing_key=None,
timeout=None,
transport_options=None):
"""Publisher that raises exception if exchange is missing."""
if not exchange.passive:
raise RuntimeError("_publish_and_retry_on_missing_exchange() must "
"be called with an passive exchange.")
try:
self._publish(exchange, msg, routing_key=routing_key,
timeout=timeout, transport_options=transport_options)
return
except self.connection.channel_errors as exc:
if exc.code == 404:
# NOTE(noelbk/sileht):
# If rabbit dies, the consumer can be disconnected before the
# publisher sends, and if the consumer hasn't declared the
# queue, the publisher's will send a message to an exchange
# that's not bound to a queue, and the message wll be lost.
# So we set passive=True to the publisher exchange and catch
# the 404 kombu ChannelError and retry until the exchange
# appears
raise rpc_amqp.AMQPDestinationNotFound(
"exchange %s doesn't exists" % exchange.name)
raise
def direct_send(self, msg_id, msg):
"""Send a 'direct' message."""
exchange = kombu.entity.Exchange(name='', # using default exchange
type='direct',
durable=False,
auto_delete=True,
passive=True)
self._ensure_publishing(self._publish_and_raises_on_missing_exchange,
exchange, msg, routing_key=msg_id)
def topic_send(self, exchange_name, topic, msg, timeout=None, retry=None,
transport_options=None):
"""Send a 'topic' message."""
exchange = kombu.entity.Exchange(
name=exchange_name,
type='topic',
durable=self.amqp_durable_queues,
auto_delete=self.amqp_auto_delete)
self._ensure_publishing(self._publish, exchange, msg,
routing_key=topic, timeout=timeout,
retry=retry,
transport_options=transport_options)
def fanout_send(self, topic, msg, retry=None):
"""Send a 'fanout' message."""
exchange = kombu.entity.Exchange(name='%s_fanout' % topic,
type='fanout',
durable=False,
auto_delete=True)
self._ensure_publishing(self._publish, exchange, msg, retry=retry)
def notify_send(self, exchange_name, topic, msg, retry=None, **kwargs):
"""Send a notify message on a topic."""
exchange = kombu.entity.Exchange(
name=exchange_name,
type='topic',
durable=self.amqp_durable_queues,
auto_delete=self.amqp_auto_delete)
self._ensure_publishing(self._publish_and_creates_default_queue,
exchange, msg, routing_key=topic, retry=retry)
class RabbitDriver(amqpdriver.AMQPDriverBase):
"""RabbitMQ Driver
The ``rabbit`` driver is the default driver used in OpenStack's
integration tests.
The driver is aliased as ``kombu`` to support upgrading existing
installations with older settings.
"""
def __init__(self, conf, url,
default_exchange=None,
allowed_remote_exmods=None):
opt_group = cfg.OptGroup(name='oslo_messaging_rabbit',
title='RabbitMQ driver options')
conf.register_group(opt_group)
conf.register_opts(rabbit_opts, group=opt_group)
conf.register_opts(rpc_amqp.amqp_opts, group=opt_group)
conf.register_opts(base.base_opts, group=opt_group)
conf = rpc_common.ConfigOptsProxy(conf, url, opt_group.name)
self.missing_destination_retry_timeout = (
conf.oslo_messaging_rabbit.kombu_missing_consumer_retry_timeout)
self.prefetch_size = (
conf.oslo_messaging_rabbit.rabbit_qos_prefetch_count)
# the pool configuration properties
max_size = conf.oslo_messaging_rabbit.rpc_conn_pool_size
min_size = conf.oslo_messaging_rabbit.conn_pool_min_size
ttl = conf.oslo_messaging_rabbit.conn_pool_ttl
connection_pool = pool.ConnectionPool(
conf, max_size, min_size, ttl,
url, Connection)
super(RabbitDriver, self).__init__(
conf, url,
connection_pool,
default_exchange,
allowed_remote_exmods
)
def require_features(self, requeue=True):
pass
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