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Prisma Engines

Query Engine Introspection Engine + Migration Engine + sql_schema_describer Cargo docs

This repository contains a collection of engines that power the core stack for Prisma, most prominently Prisma Client and Prisma Migrate.

The engines and their respective binary crates are:

  • Query engine: query-engine
  • Migration engine: migration-engine-cli
  • Introspection engine: introspection-engine
  • Prisma Format: prisma-fmt

Documentation

The API docs (cargo doc) are published on the repo GitHub pages.

Building Prisma Engines

Prerequisites:

  • Installed the stable Rust toolchain, at least version 1.52.0. You can get the toolchain at rustup or the package manager of your choice.
  • Linux only: OpenSSL is required to be installed.
  • Installed direnv, then direnv allow on the repository root.
    • Make sure direnv is hooked into your shell
    • Alternatively: Load the defined environment in ./.envrc manually in your shell.
  • For m1 users: Install Protocol Buffers

How to build:

To build all engines, simply execute cargo build on the repository root. This builds non-production debug binaries. If you want to build the optimized binaries in release mode, the command is cargo build --release.

Depending on how you invoked cargo in the previous step, you can find the compiled binaries inside the repository root in the target/debug (without --release) or target/release directories (with --release):

Prisma Component Path to Binary
Query Engine ./target/[debug|release]/query-engine
Migration Engine ./target/[debug|release]/migration-engine
Introspection Engine ./target/[debug|release]/introspection-engine
Prisma Format ./target/[debug|release]/prisma-fmt

Query Engine

Usage

The Query Engine can be run as a graphql server without using the Prisma Client. If using it on production please be aware the api and the query language can change any time. There is no guaranteed API stability.

Notable environment flags:

  • RUST_LOG_FORMAT=(devel|json) sets the log format. By default outputs json.
  • QE_LOG_LEVEL=(info|debug|trace) sets the log level for the Query Engine. If you need Query Graph debugging logs, set it to "trace"
  • FMT_SQL=1 enables logging formatted SQL queries
  • PRISMA_DML_PATH=[path_to_datamodel_file] should point to the datamodel file location. This or PRISMA_DML is required for the Query Engine to run.
  • PRISMA_DML=[base64_encoded_datamodel] an alternative way to provide a datamodel for the server.
  • RUST_BACKTRACE=(0|1) if set to 1, the error backtraces will be printed to the STDERR.
  • LOG_QUERIES=[anything] if set, the SQL queries will be written to the INFO log. Needs the right log level enabled to be seen from the terminal.
  • RUST_LOG=[filter] sets the filter for the logger. Can be either trace, debug, info, warning or error, that will output ALL logs from every crate from that level. The .envrc in this repo shows how to log different parts of the system in a more granular way.

Starting the Query Engine:

The engine can be started either with using the cargo build tool, or pre-building a binary and running it directly. If using cargo, replace whatever command that starts with ./query-engine with cargo run --bin query-engine --.

Help

> ./target/release/query-engine --help
query-engine d6f9915c25a2ae6eb793a3a18f87e576fb82e9da

USAGE:
    query-engine [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] [SUBCOMMAND]

FLAGS:
        --enable-raw-queries           Enables raw SQL queries with executeRaw/queryRaw mutation
    -h, --help                         Prints help information
    -V, --version                      Prints version information

OPTIONS:
        --host <host>    The hostname or IP the query engine should bind to [default: 127.0.0.1]
    -p, --port <port>    The port the query engine should bind to [env: PORT=]  [default: 4466]

SUBCOMMANDS:
    cli     Doesn't start a server, but allows running specific commands against Prisma
    help    Prints this message or the help of the given subcommand(s)

> ./target/release/query-engine cli --help
Doesn't start a server, but allows running specific commands against Prisma

USAGE:
    query-engine cli <SUBCOMMAND>

FLAGS:
    -h, --help       Prints help information
    -V, --version    Prints version information

SUBCOMMANDS:
    dmmf               Output the DMMF from the loaded data model
    dmmf-to-dml        Convert the given DMMF JSON file to a data model
    execute-request    Executes one request and then terminates
    get-config         Get the configuration from the given data model
    help               Prints this message or the help of the given subcommand(s)

The prisma version hash is the latest git commit at the time the binary was built.

Metrics

Running make show-metrics will start Prometheus and Grafana with a default metrics dashboard. Prometheus will scrape the /metrics endpoint to collect the engine's metrics

Navigate to http://localhost:3000 to view the Grafana dashboard.

Testing

There are two test suites for the engines: Unit tests and integration tests.

  • Unit tests: They test internal functionality of individual crates and components.

    You can find them across the whole codebase, usually in ./tests folders at the root of modules.

  • Integration tests: They run GraphQL queries against isolated instances of the Query Engine and asserts that the responses are correct.

    You can find them at ./query-engine/connector-test-kit-rs.

Set up & run tests:

Prerequisites:

  • Installed Rust toolchain.
  • Installed Docker and Docker-Compose.
  • Installed direnv, then direnv allow on the repository root.
    • Alternatively: Load the defined environment in ./.envrc manually in your shell.

Setup: There are helper make commands to set up a test environment for a specific database connector you want to test. The commands set up a container (if needed) and write the .test_config file, which is picked up by the integration tests:

  • make dev-mysql: MySQL 5.7
  • make dev-mysql8: MySQL 8
  • make dev-postgres: PostgreSQL 10
  • make dev-sqlite: SQLite
  • make dev-mongodb5: MongoDB 5

*On windows: If not using WSL, make is not available and you should just see what your command does and do it manually. Basically this means editing the .test_config file and starting the needed Docker containers.

To actually get the tests working, read the contents of .envrc. Then Edit environment variables for your account from Windows settings, and add at least the correct values for the following variables:

  • WORKSPACE_ROOT should point to the root directory of prisma-engines project.
  • PRISMA_BINARY_PATH is usually %WORKSPACE_ROOT%\target\release\query-engine.exe.
  • MIGRATION_ENGINE_BINARY_PATH should be %WORKSPACE_ROOT%\target\release\migration-engine.exe.

Other variables may or may not be useful.

Run:

Run cargo test in the repository root.

Parallel rust-analyzer builds

When rust-analzyer runs cargo check it will lock the build directory and stop any cargo commands from running until it has completed. This makes the build process feel a lot longer. It is possible to avoid this by setting a different build path for rust-analyzer. To avoid this. Open VSCode settings and search for Check on Save: Extra Args. Look for the Rust-analyzer β€Ί Check On Save: Extra Args settings and add a new directory for rust-analyzer. Something like:

--target-dir:/tmp/rust-analyzer-check

Automated integration releases from this repository to npm

(Since July 2022). Any branch name starting with integration/ will, first, run the full test suite and, second, if passing, run the publish pipeline (build and upload engines to S3)

The journey through the pipeline is the same as a commit on the main branch.

  • It will trigger prisma/engines-wrapper and publish a new @prisma/engines-version npm package but on the integration tag.
  • Which triggers prisma/prisma to create a chore(Automated Integration PR): [...] PR with a branch name also starting with integration/
  • Since in prisma/prisma we also trigger the publish pipeline when a branch name starts with integration/, this will publish all prisma/prisma monorepo packages to npm on the integration tag.
  • Our ecosystem-tests tests will automatically pick up this new version and run tests, results will show in GitHub Actions

This end to end will take minimum ~1h20 to complete, but is completely automated πŸ€–

Notes:

  • in prisma/prisma repository, we do not run tests for integration/ branches, it is much faster and also means that there is no risk of test failing (e.g. flaky tests, snapshots) that would stop the publishing process.
  • in prisma/prisma-engines tests must first pass, before publishing starts. So better keep an eye on them and restart them as needed.

Security

If you have a security issue to report, please contact us at security@prisma.io