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// Copyright 2014 The Prometheus Authors
// 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.
package prometheus
import (
"bytes"
"fmt"
"io/ioutil"
"os"
"path/filepath"
"runtime"
"sort"
"strings"
"sync"
"unicode/utf8"
"github.com/golang/protobuf/proto"
"github.com/prometheus/common/expfmt"
dto "github.com/prometheus/client_model/go"
"github.com/prometheus/client_golang/prometheus/internal"
)
const (
// Capacity for the channel to collect metrics and descriptors.
capMetricChan = 1000
capDescChan = 10
)
// DefaultRegisterer and DefaultGatherer are the implementations of the
// Registerer and Gatherer interface a number of convenience functions in this
// package act on. Initially, both variables point to the same Registry, which
// has a process collector (currently on Linux only, see NewProcessCollector)
// and a Go collector (see NewGoCollector, in particular the note about
// stop-the-world implication with Go versions older than 1.9) already
// registered. This approach to keep default instances as global state mirrors
// the approach of other packages in the Go standard library. Note that there
// are caveats. Change the variables with caution and only if you understand the
// consequences. Users who want to avoid global state altogether should not use
// the convenience functions and act on custom instances instead.
var (
defaultRegistry = NewRegistry()
DefaultRegisterer Registerer = defaultRegistry
DefaultGatherer Gatherer = defaultRegistry
)
func init() {
MustRegister(NewProcessCollector(ProcessCollectorOpts{}))
MustRegister(NewGoCollector())
}
// NewRegistry creates a new vanilla Registry without any Collectors
// pre-registered.
func NewRegistry() *Registry {
return &Registry{
collectorsByID: map[uint64]Collector{},
descIDs: map[uint64]struct{}{},
dimHashesByName: map[string]uint64{},
}
}
// NewPedanticRegistry returns a registry that checks during collection if each
// collected Metric is consistent with its reported Desc, and if the Desc has
// actually been registered with the registry. Unchecked Collectors (those whose
// Describe methed does not yield any descriptors) are excluded from the check.
//
// Usually, a Registry will be happy as long as the union of all collected
// Metrics is consistent and valid even if some metrics are not consistent with
// their own Desc or a Desc provided by their registered Collector. Well-behaved
// Collectors and Metrics will only provide consistent Descs. This Registry is
// useful to test the implementation of Collectors and Metrics.
func NewPedanticRegistry() *Registry {
r := NewRegistry()
r.pedanticChecksEnabled = true
return r
}
// Registerer is the interface for the part of a registry in charge of
// registering and unregistering. Users of custom registries should use
// Registerer as type for registration purposes (rather than the Registry type
// directly). In that way, they are free to use custom Registerer implementation
// (e.g. for testing purposes).
type Registerer interface {
// Register registers a new Collector to be included in metrics
// collection. It returns an error if the descriptors provided by the
// Collector are invalid or if they — in combination with descriptors of
// already registered Collectors — do not fulfill the consistency and
// uniqueness criteria described in the documentation of metric.Desc.
//
// If the provided Collector is equal to a Collector already registered
// (which includes the case of re-registering the same Collector), the
// returned error is an instance of AlreadyRegisteredError, which
// contains the previously registered Collector.
//
// A Collector whose Describe method does not yield any Desc is treated
// as unchecked. Registration will always succeed. No check for
// re-registering (see previous paragraph) is performed. Thus, the
// caller is responsible for not double-registering the same unchecked
// Collector, and for providing a Collector that will not cause
// inconsistent metrics on collection. (This would lead to scrape
// errors.)
Register(Collector) error
// MustRegister works like Register but registers any number of
// Collectors and panics upon the first registration that causes an
// error.
MustRegister(...Collector)
// Unregister unregisters the Collector that equals the Collector passed
// in as an argument. (Two Collectors are considered equal if their
// Describe method yields the same set of descriptors.) The function
// returns whether a Collector was unregistered. Note that an unchecked
// Collector cannot be unregistered (as its Describe method does not
// yield any descriptor).
//
// Note that even after unregistering, it will not be possible to
// register a new Collector that is inconsistent with the unregistered
// Collector, e.g. a Collector collecting metrics with the same name but
// a different help string. The rationale here is that the same registry
// instance must only collect consistent metrics throughout its
// lifetime.
Unregister(Collector) bool
}
// Gatherer is the interface for the part of a registry in charge of gathering
// the collected metrics into a number of MetricFamilies. The Gatherer interface
// comes with the same general implication as described for the Registerer
// interface.
type Gatherer interface {
// Gather calls the Collect method of the registered Collectors and then
// gathers the collected metrics into a lexicographically sorted slice
// of uniquely named MetricFamily protobufs. Gather ensures that the
// returned slice is valid and self-consistent so that it can be used
// for valid exposition. As an exception to the strict consistency
// requirements described for metric.Desc, Gather will tolerate
// different sets of label names for metrics of the same metric family.
//
// Even if an error occurs, Gather attempts to gather as many metrics as
// possible. Hence, if a non-nil error is returned, the returned
// MetricFamily slice could be nil (in case of a fatal error that
// prevented any meaningful metric collection) or contain a number of
// MetricFamily protobufs, some of which might be incomplete, and some
// might be missing altogether. The returned error (which might be a
// MultiError) explains the details. Note that this is mostly useful for
// debugging purposes. If the gathered protobufs are to be used for
// exposition in actual monitoring, it is almost always better to not
// expose an incomplete result and instead disregard the returned
// MetricFamily protobufs in case the returned error is non-nil.
Gather() ([]*dto.MetricFamily, error)
}
// Register registers the provided Collector with the DefaultRegisterer.
//
// Register is a shortcut for DefaultRegisterer.Register(c). See there for more
// details.
func Register(c Collector) error {
return DefaultRegisterer.Register(c)
}
// MustRegister registers the provided Collectors with the DefaultRegisterer and
// panics if any error occurs.
//
// MustRegister is a shortcut for DefaultRegisterer.MustRegister(cs...). See
// there for more details.
func MustRegister(cs ...Collector) {
DefaultRegisterer.MustRegister(cs...)
}
// Unregister removes the registration of the provided Collector from the
// DefaultRegisterer.
//
// Unregister is a shortcut for DefaultRegisterer.Unregister(c). See there for
// more details.
func Unregister(c Collector) bool {
return DefaultRegisterer.Unregister(c)
}
// GathererFunc turns a function into a Gatherer.
type GathererFunc func() ([]*dto.MetricFamily, error)
// Gather implements Gatherer.
func (gf GathererFunc) Gather() ([]*dto.MetricFamily, error) {
return gf()
}
// AlreadyRegisteredError is returned by the Register method if the Collector to
// be registered has already been registered before, or a different Collector
// that collects the same metrics has been registered before. Registration fails
// in that case, but you can detect from the kind of error what has
// happened. The error contains fields for the existing Collector and the
// (rejected) new Collector that equals the existing one. This can be used to
// find out if an equal Collector has been registered before and switch over to
// using the old one, as demonstrated in the example.
type AlreadyRegisteredError struct {
ExistingCollector, NewCollector Collector
}
func (err AlreadyRegisteredError) Error() string {
return "duplicate metrics collector registration attempted"
}
// MultiError is a slice of errors implementing the error interface. It is used
// by a Gatherer to report multiple errors during MetricFamily gathering.
type MultiError []error
func (errs MultiError) Error() string {
if len(errs) == 0 {
return ""
}
buf := &bytes.Buffer{}
fmt.Fprintf(buf, "%d error(s) occurred:", len(errs))
for _, err := range errs {
fmt.Fprintf(buf, "\n* %s", err)
}
return buf.String()
}
// Append appends the provided error if it is not nil.
func (errs *MultiError) Append(err error) {
if err != nil {
*errs = append(*errs, err)
}
}
// MaybeUnwrap returns nil if len(errs) is 0. It returns the first and only
// contained error as error if len(errs is 1). In all other cases, it returns
// the MultiError directly. This is helpful for returning a MultiError in a way
// that only uses the MultiError if needed.
func (errs MultiError) MaybeUnwrap() error {
switch len(errs) {
case 0:
return nil
case 1:
return errs[0]
default:
return errs
}
}
// Registry registers Prometheus collectors, collects their metrics, and gathers
// them into MetricFamilies for exposition. It implements both Registerer and
// Gatherer. The zero value is not usable. Create instances with NewRegistry or
// NewPedanticRegistry.
type Registry struct {
mtx sync.RWMutex
collectorsByID map[uint64]Collector // ID is a hash of the descIDs.
descIDs map[uint64]struct{}
dimHashesByName map[string]uint64
uncheckedCollectors []Collector
pedanticChecksEnabled bool
}
// Register implements Registerer.
func (r *Registry) Register(c Collector) error {
var (
descChan = make(chan *Desc, capDescChan)
newDescIDs = map[uint64]struct{}{}
newDimHashesByName = map[string]uint64{}
collectorID uint64 // Just a sum of all desc IDs.
duplicateDescErr error
)
go func() {
c.Describe(descChan)
close(descChan)
}()
r.mtx.Lock()
defer func() {
// Drain channel in case of premature return to not leak a goroutine.
for range descChan {
}
r.mtx.Unlock()
}()
// Conduct various tests...
for desc := range descChan {
// Is the descriptor valid at all?
if desc.err != nil {
return fmt.Errorf("descriptor %s is invalid: %s", desc, desc.err)
}
// Is the descID unique?
// (In other words: Is the fqName + constLabel combination unique?)
if _, exists := r.descIDs[desc.id]; exists {
duplicateDescErr = fmt.Errorf("descriptor %s already exists with the same fully-qualified name and const label values", desc)
}
// If it is not a duplicate desc in this collector, add it to
// the collectorID. (We allow duplicate descs within the same
// collector, but their existence must be a no-op.)
if _, exists := newDescIDs[desc.id]; !exists {
newDescIDs[desc.id] = struct{}{}
collectorID += desc.id
}
// Are all the label names and the help string consistent with
// previous descriptors of the same name?
// First check existing descriptors...
if dimHash, exists := r.dimHashesByName[desc.fqName]; exists {
if dimHash != desc.dimHash {
return fmt.Errorf("a previously registered descriptor with the same fully-qualified name as %s has different label names or a different help string", desc)
}
} else {
// ...then check the new descriptors already seen.
if dimHash, exists := newDimHashesByName[desc.fqName]; exists {
if dimHash != desc.dimHash {
return fmt.Errorf("descriptors reported by collector have inconsistent label names or help strings for the same fully-qualified name, offender is %s", desc)
}
} else {
newDimHashesByName[desc.fqName] = desc.dimHash
}
}
}
// A Collector yielding no Desc at all is considered unchecked.
if len(newDescIDs) == 0 {
r.uncheckedCollectors = append(r.uncheckedCollectors, c)
return nil
}
if existing, exists := r.collectorsByID[collectorID]; exists {
return AlreadyRegisteredError{
ExistingCollector: existing,
NewCollector: c,
}
}
// If the collectorID is new, but at least one of the descs existed
// before, we are in trouble.
if duplicateDescErr != nil {
return duplicateDescErr
}
// Only after all tests have passed, actually register.
r.collectorsByID[collectorID] = c
for hash := range newDescIDs {
r.descIDs[hash] = struct{}{}
}
for name, dimHash := range newDimHashesByName {
r.dimHashesByName[name] = dimHash
}
return nil
}
// Unregister implements Registerer.
func (r *Registry) Unregister(c Collector) bool {
var (
descChan = make(chan *Desc, capDescChan)
descIDs = map[uint64]struct{}{}
collectorID uint64 // Just a sum of the desc IDs.
)
go func() {
c.Describe(descChan)
close(descChan)
}()
for desc := range descChan {
if _, exists := descIDs[desc.id]; !exists {
collectorID += desc.id
descIDs[desc.id] = struct{}{}
}
}
r.mtx.RLock()
if _, exists := r.collectorsByID[collectorID]; !exists {
r.mtx.RUnlock()
return false
}
r.mtx.RUnlock()
r.mtx.Lock()
defer r.mtx.Unlock()
delete(r.collectorsByID, collectorID)
for id := range descIDs {
delete(r.descIDs, id)
}
// dimHashesByName is left untouched as those must be consistent
// throughout the lifetime of a program.
return true
}
// MustRegister implements Registerer.
func (r *Registry) MustRegister(cs ...Collector) {
for _, c := range cs {
if err := r.Register(c); err != nil {
panic(err)
}
}
}
// Gather implements Gatherer.
func (r *Registry) Gather() ([]*dto.MetricFamily, error) {
var (
checkedMetricChan = make(chan Metric, capMetricChan)
uncheckedMetricChan = make(chan Metric, capMetricChan)
metricHashes = map[uint64]struct{}{}
wg sync.WaitGroup
errs MultiError // The collected errors to return in the end.
registeredDescIDs map[uint64]struct{} // Only used for pedantic checks
)
r.mtx.RLock()
goroutineBudget := len(r.collectorsByID) + len(r.uncheckedCollectors)
metricFamiliesByName := make(map[string]*dto.MetricFamily, len(r.dimHashesByName))
checkedCollectors := make(chan Collector, len(r.collectorsByID))
uncheckedCollectors := make(chan Collector, len(r.uncheckedCollectors))
for _, collector := range r.collectorsByID {
checkedCollectors <- collector
}
for _, collector := range r.uncheckedCollectors {
uncheckedCollectors <- collector
}
// In case pedantic checks are enabled, we have to copy the map before
// giving up the RLock.
if r.pedanticChecksEnabled {
registeredDescIDs = make(map[uint64]struct{}, len(r.descIDs))
for id := range r.descIDs {
registeredDescIDs[id] = struct{}{}
}
}
r.mtx.RUnlock()
wg.Add(goroutineBudget)
collectWorker := func() {
for {
select {
case collector := <-checkedCollectors:
collector.Collect(checkedMetricChan)
case collector := <-uncheckedCollectors:
collector.Collect(uncheckedMetricChan)
default:
return
}
wg.Done()
}
}
// Start the first worker now to make sure at least one is running.
go collectWorker()
goroutineBudget--
// Close checkedMetricChan and uncheckedMetricChan once all collectors
// are collected.
go func() {
wg.Wait()
close(checkedMetricChan)
close(uncheckedMetricChan)
}()
// Drain checkedMetricChan and uncheckedMetricChan in case of premature return.
defer func() {
if checkedMetricChan != nil {
for range checkedMetricChan {
}
}
if uncheckedMetricChan != nil {
for range uncheckedMetricChan {
}
}
}()
// Copy the channel references so we can nil them out later to remove
// them from the select statements below.
cmc := checkedMetricChan
umc := uncheckedMetricChan
for {
select {
case metric, ok := <-cmc:
if !ok {
cmc = nil
break
}
errs.Append(processMetric(
metric, metricFamiliesByName,
metricHashes,
registeredDescIDs,
))
case metric, ok := <-umc:
if !ok {
umc = nil
break
}
errs.Append(processMetric(
metric, metricFamiliesByName,
metricHashes,
nil,
))
default:
if goroutineBudget <= 0 || len(checkedCollectors)+len(uncheckedCollectors) == 0 {
// All collectors are already being worked on or
// we have already as many goroutines started as
// there are collectors. Do the same as above,
// just without the default.
select {
case metric, ok := <-cmc:
if !ok {
cmc = nil
break
}
errs.Append(processMetric(
metric, metricFamiliesByName,
metricHashes,
registeredDescIDs,
))
case metric, ok := <-umc:
if !ok {
umc = nil
break
}
errs.Append(processMetric(
metric, metricFamiliesByName,
metricHashes,
nil,
))
}
break
}
// Start more workers.
go collectWorker()
goroutineBudget--
runtime.Gosched()
}
// Once both checkedMetricChan and uncheckdMetricChan are closed
// and drained, the contraption above will nil out cmc and umc,
// and then we can leave the collect loop here.
if cmc == nil && umc == nil {
break
}
}
return internal.NormalizeMetricFamilies(metricFamiliesByName), errs.MaybeUnwrap()
}
// WriteToTextfile calls Gather on the provided Gatherer, encodes the result in the
// Prometheus text format, and writes it to a temporary file. Upon success, the
// temporary file is renamed to the provided filename.
//
// This is intended for use with the textfile collector of the node exporter.
// Note that the node exporter expects the filename to be suffixed with ".prom".
func WriteToTextfile(filename string, g Gatherer) error {
tmp, err := ioutil.TempFile(filepath.Dir(filename), filepath.Base(filename))
if err != nil {
return err
}
defer os.Remove(tmp.Name())
mfs, err := g.Gather()
if err != nil {
return err
}
for _, mf := range mfs {
if _, err := expfmt.MetricFamilyToText(tmp, mf); err != nil {
return err
}
}
if err := tmp.Close(); err != nil {
return err
}
if err := os.Chmod(tmp.Name(), 0644); err != nil {
return err
}
return os.Rename(tmp.Name(), filename)
}
// processMetric is an internal helper method only used by the Gather method.
func processMetric(
metric Metric,
metricFamiliesByName map[string]*dto.MetricFamily,
metricHashes map[uint64]struct{},
registeredDescIDs map[uint64]struct{},
) error {
desc := metric.Desc()
// Wrapped metrics collected by an unchecked Collector can have an
// invalid Desc.
if desc.err != nil {
return desc.err
}
dtoMetric := &dto.Metric{}
if err := metric.Write(dtoMetric); err != nil {
return fmt.Errorf("error collecting metric %v: %s", desc, err)
}
metricFamily, ok := metricFamiliesByName[desc.fqName]
if ok { // Existing name.
if metricFamily.GetHelp() != desc.help {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric %s %s has help %q but should have %q",
desc.fqName, dtoMetric, desc.help, metricFamily.GetHelp(),
)
}
// TODO(beorn7): Simplify switch once Desc has type.
switch metricFamily.GetType() {
case dto.MetricType_COUNTER:
if dtoMetric.Counter == nil {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric %s %s should be a Counter",
desc.fqName, dtoMetric,
)
}
case dto.MetricType_GAUGE:
if dtoMetric.Gauge == nil {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric %s %s should be a Gauge",
desc.fqName, dtoMetric,
)
}
case dto.MetricType_SUMMARY:
if dtoMetric.Summary == nil {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric %s %s should be a Summary",
desc.fqName, dtoMetric,
)
}
case dto.MetricType_UNTYPED:
if dtoMetric.Untyped == nil {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric %s %s should be Untyped",
desc.fqName, dtoMetric,
)
}
case dto.MetricType_HISTOGRAM:
if dtoMetric.Histogram == nil {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric %s %s should be a Histogram",
desc.fqName, dtoMetric,
)
}
default:
panic("encountered MetricFamily with invalid type")
}
} else { // New name.
metricFamily = &dto.MetricFamily{}
metricFamily.Name = proto.String(desc.fqName)
metricFamily.Help = proto.String(desc.help)
// TODO(beorn7): Simplify switch once Desc has type.
switch {
case dtoMetric.Gauge != nil:
metricFamily.Type = dto.MetricType_GAUGE.Enum()
case dtoMetric.Counter != nil:
metricFamily.Type = dto.MetricType_COUNTER.Enum()
case dtoMetric.Summary != nil:
metricFamily.Type = dto.MetricType_SUMMARY.Enum()
case dtoMetric.Untyped != nil:
metricFamily.Type = dto.MetricType_UNTYPED.Enum()
case dtoMetric.Histogram != nil:
metricFamily.Type = dto.MetricType_HISTOGRAM.Enum()
default:
return fmt.Errorf("empty metric collected: %s", dtoMetric)
}
if err := checkSuffixCollisions(metricFamily, metricFamiliesByName); err != nil {
return err
}
metricFamiliesByName[desc.fqName] = metricFamily
}
if err := checkMetricConsistency(metricFamily, dtoMetric, metricHashes); err != nil {
return err
}
if registeredDescIDs != nil {
// Is the desc registered at all?
if _, exist := registeredDescIDs[desc.id]; !exist {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric %s %s with unregistered descriptor %s",
metricFamily.GetName(), dtoMetric, desc,
)
}
if err := checkDescConsistency(metricFamily, dtoMetric, desc); err != nil {
return err
}
}
metricFamily.Metric = append(metricFamily.Metric, dtoMetric)
return nil
}
// Gatherers is a slice of Gatherer instances that implements the Gatherer
// interface itself. Its Gather method calls Gather on all Gatherers in the
// slice in order and returns the merged results. Errors returned from the
// Gather calles are all returned in a flattened MultiError. Duplicate and
// inconsistent Metrics are skipped (first occurrence in slice order wins) and
// reported in the returned error.
//
// Gatherers can be used to merge the Gather results from multiple
// Registries. It also provides a way to directly inject existing MetricFamily
// protobufs into the gathering by creating a custom Gatherer with a Gather
// method that simply returns the existing MetricFamily protobufs. Note that no
// registration is involved (in contrast to Collector registration), so
// obviously registration-time checks cannot happen. Any inconsistencies between
// the gathered MetricFamilies are reported as errors by the Gather method, and
// inconsistent Metrics are dropped. Invalid parts of the MetricFamilies
// (e.g. syntactically invalid metric or label names) will go undetected.
type Gatherers []Gatherer
// Gather implements Gatherer.
func (gs Gatherers) Gather() ([]*dto.MetricFamily, error) {
var (
metricFamiliesByName = map[string]*dto.MetricFamily{}
metricHashes = map[uint64]struct{}{}
errs MultiError // The collected errors to return in the end.
)
for i, g := range gs {
mfs, err := g.Gather()
if err != nil {
if multiErr, ok := err.(MultiError); ok {
for _, err := range multiErr {
errs = append(errs, fmt.Errorf("[from Gatherer #%d] %s", i+1, err))
}
} else {
errs = append(errs, fmt.Errorf("[from Gatherer #%d] %s", i+1, err))
}
}
for _, mf := range mfs {
existingMF, exists := metricFamiliesByName[mf.GetName()]
if exists {
if existingMF.GetHelp() != mf.GetHelp() {
errs = append(errs, fmt.Errorf(
"gathered metric family %s has help %q but should have %q",
mf.GetName(), mf.GetHelp(), existingMF.GetHelp(),
))
continue
}
if existingMF.GetType() != mf.GetType() {
errs = append(errs, fmt.Errorf(
"gathered metric family %s has type %s but should have %s",
mf.GetName(), mf.GetType(), existingMF.GetType(),
))
continue
}
} else {
existingMF = &dto.MetricFamily{}
existingMF.Name = mf.Name
existingMF.Help = mf.Help
existingMF.Type = mf.Type
if err := checkSuffixCollisions(existingMF, metricFamiliesByName); err != nil {
errs = append(errs, err)
continue
}
metricFamiliesByName[mf.GetName()] = existingMF
}
for _, m := range mf.Metric {
if err := checkMetricConsistency(existingMF, m, metricHashes); err != nil {
errs = append(errs, err)
continue
}
existingMF.Metric = append(existingMF.Metric, m)
}
}
}
return internal.NormalizeMetricFamilies(metricFamiliesByName), errs.MaybeUnwrap()
}
// checkSuffixCollisions checks for collisions with the “magic” suffixes the
// Prometheus text format and the internal metric representation of the
// Prometheus server add while flattening Summaries and Histograms.
func checkSuffixCollisions(mf *dto.MetricFamily, mfs map[string]*dto.MetricFamily) error {
var (
newName = mf.GetName()
newType = mf.GetType()
newNameWithoutSuffix = ""
)
switch {
case strings.HasSuffix(newName, "_count"):
newNameWithoutSuffix = newName[:len(newName)-6]
case strings.HasSuffix(newName, "_sum"):
newNameWithoutSuffix = newName[:len(newName)-4]
case strings.HasSuffix(newName, "_bucket"):
newNameWithoutSuffix = newName[:len(newName)-7]
}
if newNameWithoutSuffix != "" {
if existingMF, ok := mfs[newNameWithoutSuffix]; ok {
switch existingMF.GetType() {
case dto.MetricType_SUMMARY:
if !strings.HasSuffix(newName, "_bucket") {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric named %q collides with previously collected summary named %q",
newName, newNameWithoutSuffix,
)
}
case dto.MetricType_HISTOGRAM:
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric named %q collides with previously collected histogram named %q",
newName, newNameWithoutSuffix,
)
}
}
}
if newType == dto.MetricType_SUMMARY || newType == dto.MetricType_HISTOGRAM {
if _, ok := mfs[newName+"_count"]; ok {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected histogram or summary named %q collides with previously collected metric named %q",
newName, newName+"_count",
)
}
if _, ok := mfs[newName+"_sum"]; ok {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected histogram or summary named %q collides with previously collected metric named %q",
newName, newName+"_sum",
)
}
}
if newType == dto.MetricType_HISTOGRAM {
if _, ok := mfs[newName+"_bucket"]; ok {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected histogram named %q collides with previously collected metric named %q",
newName, newName+"_bucket",
)
}
}
return nil
}
// checkMetricConsistency checks if the provided Metric is consistent with the
// provided MetricFamily. It also hashes the Metric labels and the MetricFamily
// name. If the resulting hash is already in the provided metricHashes, an error
// is returned. If not, it is added to metricHashes.
func checkMetricConsistency(
metricFamily *dto.MetricFamily,
dtoMetric *dto.Metric,
metricHashes map[uint64]struct{},
) error {
name := metricFamily.GetName()
// Type consistency with metric family.
if metricFamily.GetType() == dto.MetricType_GAUGE && dtoMetric.Gauge == nil ||
metricFamily.GetType() == dto.MetricType_COUNTER && dtoMetric.Counter == nil ||
metricFamily.GetType() == dto.MetricType_SUMMARY && dtoMetric.Summary == nil ||
metricFamily.GetType() == dto.MetricType_HISTOGRAM && dtoMetric.Histogram == nil ||
metricFamily.GetType() == dto.MetricType_UNTYPED && dtoMetric.Untyped == nil {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric %q { %s} is not a %s",
name, dtoMetric, metricFamily.GetType(),
)
}
previousLabelName := ""
for _, labelPair := range dtoMetric.GetLabel() {
labelName := labelPair.GetName()
if labelName == previousLabelName {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric %q { %s} has two or more labels with the same name: %s",
name, dtoMetric, labelName,
)
}
if !checkLabelName(labelName) {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric %q { %s} has a label with an invalid name: %s",
name, dtoMetric, labelName,
)
}
if dtoMetric.Summary != nil && labelName == quantileLabel {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric %q { %s} must not have an explicit %q label",
name, dtoMetric, quantileLabel,
)
}
if !utf8.ValidString(labelPair.GetValue()) {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric %q { %s} has a label named %q whose value is not utf8: %#v",
name, dtoMetric, labelName, labelPair.GetValue())
}
previousLabelName = labelName
}
// Is the metric unique (i.e. no other metric with the same name and the same labels)?
h := hashNew()
h = hashAdd(h, name)
h = hashAddByte(h, separatorByte)
// Make sure label pairs are sorted. We depend on it for the consistency
// check.
sort.Sort(labelPairSorter(dtoMetric.Label))
for _, lp := range dtoMetric.Label {
h = hashAdd(h, lp.GetName())
h = hashAddByte(h, separatorByte)
h = hashAdd(h, lp.GetValue())
h = hashAddByte(h, separatorByte)
}
if _, exists := metricHashes[h]; exists {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric %q { %s} was collected before with the same name and label values",
name, dtoMetric,
)
}
metricHashes[h] = struct{}{}
return nil
}
func checkDescConsistency(
metricFamily *dto.MetricFamily,
dtoMetric *dto.Metric,
desc *Desc,
) error {
// Desc help consistency with metric family help.
if metricFamily.GetHelp() != desc.help {
return fmt.Errorf(
"collected metric %s %s has help %q but should have %q",
metricFamily.GetName(), dtoMetric, metricFamily.GetHelp(), desc.help,
)
}
// Is the desc consistent with the content of the metric?
lpsFromDesc := make([]*dto.LabelPair, 0, len(dtoMetric.Label))
lpsFromDesc = append(lpsFromDesc, desc.constLabelPairs...)
for _, l := range desc.variableLabels {
lpsFromDesc = append(lpsFromDesc, &dto.LabelPair{
Name: proto.String(l),
})
}
if len(lpsFromDesc) != len(dtoMetric.Label) {
return fmt.Errorf(
"labels in collected metric %s %s are inconsistent with descriptor %s",
metricFamily.GetName(), dtoMetric, desc,
)
}
sort.Sort(labelPairSorter(lpsFromDesc))
for i, lpFromDesc := range lpsFromDesc {
lpFromMetric := dtoMetric.Label[i]
if lpFromDesc.GetName() != lpFromMetric.GetName() ||
lpFromDesc.Value != nil && lpFromDesc.GetValue() != lpFromMetric.GetValue() {
return fmt.Errorf(
"labels in collected metric %s %s are inconsistent with descriptor %s",
metricFamily.GetName(), dtoMetric, desc,
)
}
}
return nil
}