Source code for debusine.worker._worker

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Worker client: connects to debusine server.

* Registration (needed only once per worker): If the worker doesn't have a
  token: it will generate it and register with the server
  (HTTP POST to ``/api/1.0/worker/register``)
* The client will use this token to connect to the server (WebSocket to


  #. The worker is executed and chooses ``~/.config/debusine/worker``
     (if it exists) or ``/etc/debusine/worker``. It reads the file
     ``config.ini`` from the directory and if it already exists the file
  #. If there isn't a token the worker generates one (using
     :py:func:`secrets.token_hex`) and registers it to the Debusine server
     via HTTP POST to `/api/1.0/worker/register` sending the generated token
     and the worker's FQDN. The token is saved to the ``token`` file in the
     chosen config directory.
  #. The server will create a new Token and Worker in the DB via the models.
     They wouldn't be used until manual validation.
  #. The client can then connect using WebSockets to
     ``/api/ws/1.0/worker/connect`` and wait for commands to execute.

Objects documentation

import asyncio
import functools
import logging
import secrets
import signal
import socket
from concurrent.futures import Future, ThreadPoolExecutor
from pathlib import Path
from threading import Lock
from typing import Any, Literal, assert_never

import aiohttp
from aiohttp.web_exceptions import HTTPCreated, HTTPOk

    from pydantic.v1 import ValidationError
except ImportError:
    from pydantic import ValidationError  # type: ignore

import tenacity

from debusine.client.debusine import Debusine
from debusine.client.exceptions import TokenDisabledError
from debusine.client.models import WorkRequestResponse
from debusine.tasks import BaseExternalTask, BaseTask, TaskConfigError
from debusine.tasks.executors import analyze_worker_all_executors
from debusine.tasks.models import TaskTypes
from debusine.worker.config import ConfigHandler
from debusine.worker.debusine_async_http_client import DebusineAsyncHttpClient
from debusine.worker.system_information import WorkerType, system_metadata

[docs]class Worker: """Worker class: waits for commands from the debusine server.""" DEFAULT_LOG_LEVEL = logging.INFO
[docs] def __init__( self, *, log_file: str | None = None, log_level: str | None = None, worker_type: Literal[ WorkerType.EXTERNAL, WorkerType.SIGNING ] = WorkerType.EXTERNAL, config: ConfigHandler | None = None, ) -> None: """ Initialize Worker. :param log_file: log file to where the logs are saved. If None uses settings from config.ini or default's Python (stderr). :param log_level: minimum level of the logs being saved. If None uses settings from config.ini or DEFAULT_LOG_LEVEL. :param config: ConfigHandler to use (or creates a default one) """ self._original_log_file = log_file self._original_log_level = log_level self._worker_type = worker_type if config is None: if worker_type == WorkerType.SIGNING: self._config = ConfigHandler( directories=[ str(Path.home() / ".config/debusine/signing"), "/etc/debusine/signing", ], require_https=True, ) else: self._config = ConfigHandler() else: self._config = config self._setup_logging() self._config.validate_config_or_fail() self._aiohttp_client_session: aiohttp.ClientSession | None = None self._async_http_client = DebusineAsyncHttpClient(logging, self._config) # ThreadPool for BaseTask.execute (e.g. Sbuild.exec). # We only allow a single thread. We only run one task at a time # anyway, and signing workers need to run Django code in tasks which is # safest if done from only one thread. self._task_executor = ThreadPoolExecutor(max_workers=1) # BaseTask.execute (e.g. Sbuild.exec) future is stored here (avoids # garbage collection deletion) self._task_exec_future: Future[bool] | None = None # Used by ThreadPoolExecutor to submit tasks to the main event loop self._main_event_loop: asyncio.AbstractEventLoop | None = None # Running task self._task_running: BaseTask[Any, Any] | None = None # Lock to protect from concurrent work request execution self._task_lock: Lock = Lock() # Set to True if the retry_attempt_number should be reset self._reset_retry_attempt_number: bool = False
@functools.cached_property def _debusine(self): return Debusine( self._config.api_url, self._config.token, logger=logging.getLogger() ) def _setup_logging(self): """ Set logging configuration. Use the parameters passed to Worker.__init__() and self._config configuration. If the log file cannot be opened it aborts. """ log_file = self._original_log_file or self._config.log_file log_level = ( self._original_log_level or self._config.log_level or logging.getLevelName(self.DEFAULT_LOG_LEVEL) ) try: logging.basicConfig( format='%(asctime)s %(message)s', filename=log_file, level=log_level, force=True, ) except OSError as exc: self._fail(f'Cannot open {log_file}: {exc}') def _create_task_signal_int_term_handler(self, signum): return asyncio.create_task(self._signal_int_term_handler(signum))
[docs] async def main(self): """Run the worker.""" self._set_main_event_loop() for signum in [signal.SIGINT, signal.SIGTERM]: self._main_event_loop.add_signal_handler( signum, functools.partial( self._create_task_signal_int_term_handler, signum ), ) await self.connect()"debusine-worker lost connection with debusine-server") await self.close()
def _set_main_event_loop(self): self._main_event_loop = asyncio.get_running_loop() async def _signal_int_term_handler(self, signum): if self._task_running is not None: self._task_running.abort() self.log_forced_exit(signum) await self.close()
[docs] async def close(self): """Close the AioHTTP session.""" if self._aiohttp_client_session is not None: await self._aiohttp_client_session.close() await self._async_http_client.close()
@staticmethod def _log_server_error(status_code, body): logging.error( 'Could not register. Server HTTP status code: %s Body: %s\n', status_code, body, ) async def _register(self): """ Create a token, registers it to debusine, saves it locally. The worker will not receive any tasks until the debusine admin has approved the token. """ token = secrets.token_hex(32) register_path = '/1.0/worker/register/' data = { "token": token, "fqdn": socket.getfqdn(), "worker_type": self._worker_type, } try: response = await register_path, json=data ) except aiohttp.client_exceptions.ClientResponseError as err: self._log_server_error(err.status, 'Not available') return False except aiohttp.client_exceptions.ClientConnectorError as err: logging.error( # noqa: G200 'Could not register. Server unreachable: %s', err ) return False status, body = ( response.status, (await'utf-8'), ) if status == HTTPCreated.status_code: self._config.write_token(token) # If we already had a cached client, invalidate it so that we # start using the new token. try: del self._debusine except AttributeError: pass return True else: self._log_server_error(status, body) return False @staticmethod async def _asyncio_sleep(delay): """Sleep asynchronously (mocked in tests).""" await asyncio.sleep(delay) def _raise_try_again(self): raise tenacity.TryAgain()
[docs] async def connect(self): """ Connect (registering if needed) to the debusine server. Uses the URL for debusine server from the configuration file. """ self._aiohttp_client_session = aiohttp.ClientSession() if not self._config.token: result = await self._register() if result is False: self._fail('Exiting...') debusine_ws_url = self._config.api_url.replace('http', 'ws', 1) worker_connect_ws_url = f'{debusine_ws_url}/ws/1.0/worker/connect/' def tenacity_before_hook(retry_state): self._reset_retry_counter(retry_state) self._log_trying_to_reconnect(retry_state) @tenacity.retry( sleep=self._asyncio_sleep, wait=tenacity.wait_random(min=1, max=6), before=tenacity_before_hook, retry=tenacity.retry_if_exception_type( aiohttp.client_exceptions.ClientError ) | tenacity.retry_if_exception_type(TokenDisabledError) | tenacity.retry_if_exception_type(ConnectionError), ) async def _do_wait_for_messages() -> None: """Connect to the server and waits for commands.""" headers = {'token': self._config.token} try: # Set at the top of Worker.connect. assert self._aiohttp_client_session is not None async with self._aiohttp_client_session.ws_connect( worker_connect_ws_url, headers=headers, heartbeat=60 ) as ws: self._reset_retry_attempt_number = True msg: aiohttp.WSMessage async for msg in ws: # pragma: no branch await self._process_message(msg) # The server disconnected the worker self._raise_try_again() except TokenDisabledError as exc: # The server disconnected the worker because the token is # not associated with a worker or is disabled. The server # admin should enable the token. # noqa: G200 'The token (%s) is disabled. ' 'Debusine admin (%s) should enable it. ' 'Reason: %s. ' 'Will try again', self._config.token, self._config.api_url, exc, ) raise except ( aiohttp.client_exceptions.ClientConnectorError, aiohttp.client_exceptions.WSServerHandshakeError, ) as exc: # noqa: G200 'Error connecting to %s (%s)', self._config.api_url, exc, ) raise except ConnectionResetError: logging.debug('ConnectionResetError, will reconnect') raise await _do_wait_for_messages()
def _reset_retry_counter(self, retry_state): if self._reset_retry_attempt_number: retry_state.attempt_number = 0 self._reset_retry_attempt_number = False @staticmethod def _log_trying_to_reconnect(retry_state): if retry_state.attempt_number > 1: logging.debug( 'Trying to reconnect, attempt %d', retry_state.attempt_number ) @staticmethod def _fail(message): logging.fatal(message) raise SystemExit(3) async def _request_and_execute_work_request(self): # Grab the task lock to make sure that the previous work request # completed fully. We can be notified before the end because the # server notifies via websocket while we are still wrapping up # the task execution. retries = 0 while not self._task_lock.acquire(blocking=False): await self._asyncio_sleep(1) retries += 1 if retries >= 60: logging.error( "Worker is busy and can't execute a new work request" ) return work_request = await self._request_work_request() if work_request: await self._execute_work_request_and_submit_result(work_request) else: logging.debug('No work request available') self._task_lock.release() async def _process_message(self, msg): """ Process messages pushed by the debusine server to the client. Return True for processed messages; False for non-processed messages and it logs the reason. """ def connected(msg_content: dict[Any, Any]) -> None: # noqa: U100"Connected to %s", self._config.api_url) async def work_request_available( msg_content: dict[Any, Any] # noqa: U100 ): await self._request_and_execute_work_request() return await Debusine.process_async_message( msg, { "connected": connected, "request_dynamic_metadata": self._send_dynamic_metadata, "work_request_available": work_request_available, }, logger=logging, ) async def _request_work_request(self) -> WorkRequestResponse | None: """Request a work request and returns it.""" work_request = await self._async_http_client.get( '/1.0/work-request/get-next-for-worker/' ) if work_request.status == HTTPOk.status_code: try: work_request_obj = WorkRequestResponse.parse_raw( await work_request.text() ) except ValidationError as exc: logging.warning( # noqa: G200 'Invalid WorkRequest received from' ' /get-next-for-worker/: %s', exc, ) return None return work_request_obj else: return None async def _send_dynamic_metadata( self, msg_content: dict[Any, Any] # noqa: U100 ): dynamic_metadata_path = '/1.0/worker/dynamic-metadata/' metadata = { **system_metadata(self._worker_type), **analyze_worker_all_executors(), **BaseTask.analyze_worker_all_tasks(), } response = await self._async_http_client.put( dynamic_metadata_path, json=metadata ) logging.debug( 'Sent dynamic_metadata (response: %d) Dynamic metadata: %s', response.status, metadata, ) async def _execute_work_request_and_submit_result( self, work_request: WorkRequestResponse ): task_type = TaskTypes(work_request.task_type) match self._worker_type: case WorkerType.EXTERNAL: expected_task_type = TaskTypes.WORKER case WorkerType.SIGNING: expected_task_type = TaskTypes.SIGNING case _ as unreachable: assert_never(unreachable) if task_type != expected_task_type: logging.error( "Task: %s is of type %s, not %s", work_request.task_name, task_type, expected_task_type, ) self._debusine.work_request_completed_update(, "error" ) self._reset_state() return try: task_class = BaseTask.class_from_name( TaskTypes(work_request.task_type), work_request.task_name ) except ValueError as exc: logging.error( # noqa: G200 'Task: %s Error setup: %s', work_request.task_name, exc ) self._debusine.work_request_completed_update(, "error" ) self._reset_state() return try: self._task_running = task_class( work_request.task_data, work_request.dynamic_task_data ) except TaskConfigError as exc: logging.error( # noqa: G200 'Task: %s Error configure: %s', work_request.task_name, exc ) self._debusine.work_request_completed_update(, "error" ) self._reset_state() return assert self._task_running.TASK_TYPE == work_request.task_type assert isinstance(self._task_running, BaseExternalTask) logger = logging.getLogger() self._task_running.configure_server_access( Debusine(self._config.api_url, self._config.token, logger=logger) ) self._task_running.work_request_id = self._task_running.workspace_name = work_request.workspace self._task_name = self._task_exec_future = self._task_executor.submit( self._task_running.execute_logging_exceptions ) self._task_exec_future.add_done_callback( functools.partial( self._send_task_result,, ) ) def _reset_state(self) -> None: """Reset worker to a clean state, ready for the next work request.""" self._task_exec_future = None self._task_running = None if self._task_lock.locked(): # Release the task lock to allow the worker to process the next # work request self._task_lock.release() @staticmethod async def _exit_thread(): # pragma: no cover """Exit current thread, mocked in tests.""" raise SystemExit(1) def _send_task_result(self, work_request_id: int, task_exec_future) -> None: """ Send the result of the task to the debusine server. :param work_request_id: :param task_exec_future: task_exec that executed the BaseTask. This method checks the result via .result() or .exception() of this object """ # This is called unconditionally after Task completion / # failure, on a separate thread (normally the Task thread), # i.e. *not* in the main thread with the asyncio loop assert self._task_running is not None try: if self._task_running.aborted:"Task: %s has been aborted", self._task_name) # No need to notify debusine-server return elif task_exec_future.exception(): logging.error( # noqa: G200 'Task: %s Error execute: %s', self._task_name, task_exec_future.exception(), ) result = 'error' else: result = 'success' if task_exec_future.result() else 'failure' try: self._debusine.work_request_completed_update( work_request_id, result ) except Exception: # Don't leave the worker stuck in "Running" state on the server logging.exception( "Cannot reach server to report work request completed," " exiting." ) # _main_event_loop initialized in main and never unset assert self._main_event_loop is not None # Exit main asyncio thread from this secondary thread asyncio.run_coroutine_threadsafe( self._exit_thread(), self._main_event_loop ) finally: self._reset_state()
[docs] @staticmethod def log_forced_exit(signum): """Log a forced exit.""" return'Terminated with signal %s',