Source code for plainbox.impl.session.resume

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"""
Session resume handling.

:mod:`plainbox.impl.session.resume` -- session resume handling
==============================================================

This module contains classes that can resume a dormant session from
a binary representation. See docs for the suspend module for details.

The resume logic provides a compromise between usefulness and correctness
so two assumptions are made:

* We assume that a checksum of a job changes when their behavior changes.
  This way we can detect when job definitions were updated after
  suspending but before resuming.

* We assume that software and hardware *may* change while the session is
  suspended but this is not something that framework (PlainBox) is
  concerned with. Applications should provide job definitions that
  are capable of detecting this and acting appropriately.

  This is true since the user may install additional packages
  or upgrade existing packages. The user can also add or remove pluggable
  hardware. Lastly actual machine suspend (or hibernate) and resume *may*
  cause alterations to the hardware as it is visible from within
  the system. In any case the framework does not care about this.
"""

from collections import deque
import base64
import binascii
import gzip
import json
import logging
import os
import re

from plainbox.i18n import gettext as _
from plainbox.impl.result import DiskJobResult
from plainbox.impl.result import IOLogRecord
from plainbox.impl.result import MemoryJobResult
from plainbox.impl.result import OUTCOME_METADATA_MAP
from plainbox.impl.secure.origin import Origin
from plainbox.impl.secure.qualifiers import SimpleQualifier
from plainbox.impl.session.state import SessionMetaData
from plainbox.impl.session.state import SessionState

logger = logging.getLogger("plainbox.session.resume")


[docs]class SessionResumeError(Exception): """ Base for all session resume exceptions. Base class for exceptions that can be raised when attempting to resume a dormant session. """
[docs]class CorruptedSessionError(SessionResumeError): """ Exception raised when suspended session is corrupted. Exception raised when :class:`SessionResumeHelper` cannot decode the session byte stream. This exception will be raised with additional context that captures the actual underlying cause. Having this exception class makes it easier to handle resume errors. """
[docs]class IncompatibleSessionError(SessionResumeError): """ Exception raised when suspended session is correct but incompatible. Exception raised when :class:`SessionResumeHelper` comes across malformed or unsupported data that was (presumably) produced by :class:`SessionSuspendHelper` """
[docs]class IncompatibleJobError(SessionResumeError): """ Exception raised when suspended session needs a different version of a job. Exception raised when :class:`SessionResumeHelper` detects that the set of jobs it knows about is incompatible with what was saved before. """
[docs]class BrokenReferenceToExternalFile(SessionResumeError): """ Exception raised when suspended session needs an external file that's gone. Exception raised when :class:`SessionResumeHelper` detects that a file needed by the session to resume is not present. This is typically used to signal inaccessible log files. """
[docs]class EnvelopeUnpackMixIn: """ A mix-in class capable of unpacking the envelope of the session storage. This class assists in unpacking the "envelope" in which the session data is actually stored. The envelope is simply gzip but other kinds of envelope can be added later. """
[docs] def unpack_envelope(self, data): """ Unpack the binary envelope and get access to a JSON object. :param data: Bytes representing the dormant session :returns: the JSON representation of a session stored in the envelope :raises CorruptedSessionError: if the representation of the session is corrupted in any way """ try: data = gzip.decompress(data) except IOError: raise CorruptedSessionError(_("Cannot decompress session data")) try: text = data.decode("UTF-8") except UnicodeDecodeError: raise CorruptedSessionError(_("Cannot decode session text")) try: return json.loads(text) except ValueError: raise CorruptedSessionError(_("Cannot interpret session JSON"))
[docs]class SessionPeekHelper(EnvelopeUnpackMixIn): """A helper class to peek at session state meta-data quickly."""
[docs] def peek(self, data): """ Peek at the meta-data of a dormant session. :param data: Bytes representing the dormant session :returns: a SessionMetaData object :raises CorruptedSessionError: if the representation of the session is corrupted in any way :raises IncompatibleSessionError: if session serialization format is not supported """ json_repr = self.unpack_envelope(data) return self._peek_json(json_repr)
def _peek_json(self, json_repr): """ Resume a SessionMetaData object from the JSON representation. This method is called by :meth:`peek()` after the initial envelope and parsing is done. The only error conditions that can happen are related to semantic incompatibilities or corrupted internal state. """ logger.debug(_("Peeking at json... (see below)")) logger.debug(json.dumps(json_repr, indent=4)) _validate(json_repr, value_type=dict) version = _validate(json_repr, key="version", choice=[1]) if version == 1: return SessionPeekHelper1().peek_json(json_repr) elif version == 2: return SessionPeekHelper2().peek_json(json_repr) elif version == 3: return SessionPeekHelper3().peek_json(json_repr) elif version == 4: return SessionPeekHelper4().peek_json(json_repr) elif version == 5: return SessionPeekHelper5().peek_json(json_repr) elif version == 6: return SessionPeekHelper6().peek_json(json_repr) else: raise IncompatibleSessionError( _("Unsupported version {}").format(version))
[docs]class SessionResumeHelper(EnvelopeUnpackMixIn): """ Helper class for implementing session resume feature. This class is a facade that does enough of the resume process to know which version is being resumed and delegate the rest of the process to an appropriate, format specific, resume class. """ def __init__( self, job_list: 'List[JobDefinition]', flags: 'Optional[Iterable[str]]', location: 'Optional[str]' ): """ Initialize the helper with a list of known jobs and support data. :param job_list: List of known jobs :param flags: Any iterable object with string versions of resume support flags. This can be None, if the application doesn't wish to enable any of the feature flags. :param location: Location of the session directory. This is the same as ``session_dir`` in the corresponding suspend API. It is also the same as ``storage.location`` (where ``storage`` is a :class:`plainbox.impl.session.storage.SessionStorage` object. Applicable flags are ``FLAG_FILE_REFERENCE_CHECKS_S``, ``FLAG_REWRITE_LOG_PATHNAMES_S`` and ``FLAG_IGNORE_JOB_CHECKSUMS_S``. Their meaning is described below. ``FLAG_FILE_REFERENCE_CHECKS_S``: Flag controlling reference checks from within the session file to external files. If enabled such checks are performed and can cause additional exceptions to be raised. Currently this only affects the representation of the DiskJobResult instances. ``FLAG_REWRITE_LOG_PATHNAMES_S``: Flag controlling rewriting of log file pathnames. It depends on the location to be non-None and then rewrites pathnames of all them missing log files to be relative to the session storage location. It effectively depends on FLAG_FILE_REFERENCE_CHECKS_F being set at the same time, otherwise it is ignored. ``FLAG_IGNORE_JOB_CHECKSUMS_S``: Flag controlling integrity checks between jobs present at resume time and jobs present at suspend time. Since providers cannot be serialized (nor should they) this integrity check prevents anyone from resuming a session if job definitions have changed. Using this flag effectively disables that check. """ self.job_list = job_list logger.debug("Session Resume Helper started with jobs: %r", job_list) self.flags = flags self.location = location
[docs] def resume(self, data, early_cb=None): """ Resume a dormant session. :param data: Bytes representing the dormant session :param early_cb: A callback that allows the caller to "see" the session object early, before the bulk of resume operation happens. This method can be used to register signal listeners on the new session before this method call returns. The callback accepts one argument, session, which is being resumed. :returns: resumed session instance :rtype: :class:`~plainbox.impl.session.state.SessionState` This method validates the representation of a dormant session and re-creates an identical SessionState instance. It can fail in multiple ways, some of which are a part of normal operation and should always be handled (:class:`IncompatibleJobError` and :class:`IncompatibleJobError`). Applications may wish to capture :class:`SessionResumeError` as a generic base exception for all the possible problems. :raises CorruptedSessionError: if the representation of the session is corrupted in any way :raises IncompatibleSessionError: if session serialization format is not supported :raises IncompatibleJobError: if serialized jobs are not the same as current jobs """ json_repr = self.unpack_envelope(data) return self._resume_json(json_repr, early_cb)
def _resume_json(self, json_repr, early_cb=None): """ Resume a SessionState object from the JSON representation. This method is called by :meth:`resume()` after the initial envelope and parsing is done. The only error conditions that can happen are related to semantic incompatibilities or corrupted internal state. """ logger.debug(_("Resuming from json... (see below)")) logger.debug(json.dumps(json_repr, indent=4)) _validate(json_repr, value_type=dict) version = _validate(json_repr, key="version", choice=[1]) if version == 1: helper = SessionResumeHelper1( self.job_list, self.flags, self.location) elif version == 2: helper = SessionResumeHelper2( self.job_list, self.flags, self.location) elif version == 3: helper = SessionResumeHelper3( self.job_list, self.flags, self.location) elif version == 4: helper = SessionResumeHelper4( self.job_list, self.flags, self.location) elif version == 5: helper = SessionResumeHelper5( self.job_list, self.flags, self.location) elif version == 6: helper = SessionResumeHelper6( self.job_list, self.flags, self.location) else: raise IncompatibleSessionError( _("Unsupported version {}").format(version)) return helper.resume_json(json_repr, early_cb)
[docs]class ResumeDiscardQualifier(SimpleQualifier): """ Qualifier for jobs that need to be discarded after resume. A job qualifier that designates jobs that should be removed after doing a session resume. """ def __init__(self, retain_id_set): """ Initialize the qualifier. :param retain_id_set: The set of job identifiers that should be retained on resume. """ super().__init__(Origin.get_caller_origin()) self._retain_id_set = frozenset(retain_id_set)
[docs] def get_simple_match(self, job): """Check if a job should be listed by this qualifier.""" return job.id not in self._retain_id_set
[docs]class MetaDataHelper1MixIn: """Mix-in class for working with v1 meta-data.""" @classmethod def _restore_SessionState_metadata(cls, metadata, session_repr): """ Reconstruct the session state meta-data. Extract meta-data information from the representation of the session and set it in the given session object """ # Get the representation of the meta-data metadata_repr = _validate( session_repr, key='metadata', value_type=dict) # Set each bit back to the session metadata.title = _validate( metadata_repr, key='title', value_type=str, value_none=True) metadata.flags = set([ _validate( flag, value_type=str, value_type_msg=_("Each flag must be a string")) for flag in _validate( metadata_repr, key='flags', value_type=list)]) metadata.running_job_name = _validate( metadata_repr, key='running_job_name', value_type=str, value_none=True)
[docs]class MetaDataHelper2MixIn(MetaDataHelper1MixIn): """Mix-in class for working with v2 meta-data.""" @classmethod def _restore_SessionState_metadata(cls, metadata, session_repr): """ Reconstruct the session state meta-data. Extract meta-data information from the representation of the session and set it in the given session object """ super()._restore_SessionState_metadata(metadata, session_repr) # Get the representation of the meta-data metadata_repr = _validate( session_repr, key='metadata', value_type=dict) app_blob = _validate( metadata_repr, key='app_blob', value_type=str, value_none=True) if app_blob is not None: try: app_blob = app_blob.encode("ASCII") except UnicodeEncodeError: # TRANSLATORS: please don't translate app_blob raise CorruptedSessionError(_("app_blob is not ASCII")) try: app_blob = base64.standard_b64decode(app_blob) except binascii.Error: # TRANSLATORS: please don't translate app_blob raise CorruptedSessionError(_("Cannot base64 decode app_blob")) metadata.app_blob = app_blob
[docs]class MetaDataHelper3MixIn(MetaDataHelper2MixIn): """Mix-in class for working with v3 meta-data.""" @classmethod def _restore_SessionState_metadata(cls, metadata, session_repr): """ Reconstruct the session state meta-data. Extract meta-data information from the representation of the session and set it in the given session object """ super()._restore_SessionState_metadata(metadata, session_repr) # Get the representation of the meta-data metadata_repr = _validate( session_repr, key='metadata', value_type=dict) metadata.app_id = _validate( metadata_repr, key='app_id', value_type=str, value_none=True)
[docs]class SessionPeekHelper1(MetaDataHelper1MixIn): """ Helper class for implementing session peek feature. This class works with data constructed by :class:`~plainbox.impl.session.suspend.SessionSuspendHelper1` which has been pre-processed by :class:`SessionPeekHelper` (to strip the initial envelope). The only goal of this class is to reconstruct session state meta-data. """
[docs] def peek_json(self, json_repr): """ Resume a SessionState object from the JSON representation. This method is called by :meth:`peek()` after the initial envelope and parsing is done. The only error conditions that can happen are related to semantic incompatibilities or corrupted internal state. """ _validate(json_repr, key="version", choice=[1]) session_repr = _validate(json_repr, key='session', value_type=dict) metadata = SessionMetaData() self._restore_SessionState_metadata(metadata, session_repr) return metadata
def _build_SessionState(self, session_repr, early_cb=None): """ Reconstruct the session state object. This method creates a fresh SessionState instance and restores jobs, results, meta-data and desired job list using helper methods. """ logger.debug(_("Starting to restore metadata...")) metadata = SessionMetaData() self._peek_SessionState_metadata(metadata, session_repr) return metadata
[docs]class SessionPeekHelper2(MetaDataHelper2MixIn, SessionPeekHelper1): """ Helper class for implementing session peek feature. This class works with data constructed by :class:`~plainbox.impl.session.suspend.SessionSuspendHelper1` which has been pre-processed by :class:`SessionPeekHelper` (to strip the initial envelope). The only goal of this class is to reconstruct session state meta-data. """
[docs]class SessionPeekHelper3(MetaDataHelper3MixIn, SessionPeekHelper2): """ Helper class for implementing session peek feature. This class works with data constructed by :class:`~plainbox.impl.session.suspend.SessionSuspendHelper1` which has been pre-processed by :class:`SessionPeekHelper` (to strip the initial envelope). The only goal of this class is to reconstruct session state meta-data. """
[docs]class SessionPeekHelper4(SessionPeekHelper3): """ Helper class for implementing session peek feature. This class works with data constructed by :class:`~plainbox.impl.session.suspend.SessionSuspendHelper1` which has been pre-processed by :class:`SessionPeekHelper` (to strip the initial envelope). The only goal of this class is to reconstruct session state meta-data. """
[docs]class SessionPeekHelper5(SessionPeekHelper4): """ Helper class for implementing session peek feature. This class works with data constructed by :class:`~plainbox.impl.session.suspend.SessionSuspendHelper5` which has been pre-processed by :class:`SessionPeekHelper` (to strip the initial envelope). The only goal of this class is to reconstruct session state meta-data. """
[docs]class SessionPeekHelper6(SessionPeekHelper5): """ Helper class for implementing session peek feature This class works with data constructed by :class:`~plainbox.impl.session.suspend.SessionSuspendHelper6` which has been pre-processed by :class:`SessionPeekHelper` (to strip the initial envelope). The only goal of this class is to reconstruct session state meta-data. """
[docs]class SessionResumeHelper1(MetaDataHelper1MixIn): """ Helper class for implementing session resume feature. This class works with data constructed by :class:`~plainbox.impl.session.suspend.SessionSuspendHelper1` which has been pre-processed by :class:`SessionResumeHelper` (to strip the initial envelope). Due to the constraints of what can be represented in a suspended session, this class cannot work in isolation. It must operate with a list of know jobs. Since (most of the) jobs are being provided externally (as they represent the non-serialized parts of checkbox or other job providers) several failure modes are possible. Those are documented in :meth:`resume()` """ # Flag controlling reference checks from within the session file to # external files. If enabled such checks are performed and can cause # additional exceptions to be raised. Currently this only affects the # representation of the DiskJobResult instances. FLAG_FILE_REFERENCE_CHECKS_S = 'file-reference-checks' FLAG_FILE_REFERENCE_CHECKS_F = 0x01 # Flag controlling rewriting of log file pathnames. It depends on the # location to be non-None and then rewrites pathnames of all them missing # log files to be relative to the session storage location. It effectively # depends on FLAG_FILE_REFERENCE_CHECKS_F being set at the same time, # otherwise it is ignored. FLAG_REWRITE_LOG_PATHNAMES_S = 'rewrite-log-pathnames' FLAG_REWRITE_LOG_PATHNAMES_F = 0x02 # Flag controlling integrity checks between jobs present at resume time and # jobs present at suspend time. Since providers cannot be serialized (nor # should they) this integrity check prevents anyone from resuming a session # if job definitions have changed. Using this flag effectively disables # that check. FLAG_IGNORE_JOB_CHECKSUMS_S = 'ignore-job-checksums' FLAG_IGNORE_JOB_CHECKSUMS_F = 0x04 def __init__( self, job_list: 'List[JobDefinition]', flags: 'Optional[Iterable[str]]', location: 'Optional[str]' ): """ Initialize the helper with a list of known jobs and support data. :param job_list: List of known jobs :param flags: Any iterable object with string versions of resume support flags. This can be None, if the application doesn't wish to enable any of the feature flags. :param location: Location of the session directory. This is the same as ``session_dir`` in the corresponding suspend API. It is also the same as ``storage.location`` (where ``storage`` is a :class:`plainbox.impl.session.storage.SessionStorage` object. See :meth:`SessionResumeHelper.__init__()` for description and meaning of each flag. """ self.job_list = job_list self.flags = 0 self.location = location # Convert flag string constants into numeric flags if flags is not None: if self.FLAG_FILE_REFERENCE_CHECKS_S in flags: self.flags |= self.FLAG_FILE_REFERENCE_CHECKS_F if self.FLAG_REWRITE_LOG_PATHNAMES_S in flags: self.flags |= self.FLAG_REWRITE_LOG_PATHNAMES_F if self.FLAG_IGNORE_JOB_CHECKSUMS_S in flags: self.flags |= self.FLAG_IGNORE_JOB_CHECKSUMS_F
[docs] def resume_json(self, json_repr, early_cb=None): """ Resume a SessionState object from the JSON representation. This method is called by :meth:`resume()` after the initial envelope and parsing is done. The only error conditions that can happen are related to semantic incompatibilities or corrupted internal state. """ _validate(json_repr, key="version", choice=[1]) session_repr = _validate(json_repr, key='session', value_type=dict) return self._build_SessionState(session_repr, early_cb)
def _build_SessionState(self, session_repr, early_cb=None): """ Reconstruct the session state object. This method creates a fresh SessionState instance and restores jobs, results, meta-data and desired job list using helper methods. """ # Construct a fresh session object. session = SessionState(self.job_list) logger.debug(_("Constructed new session for resume %r"), session) # Give early_cb a chance to see the session before we start resuming. # This way applications can see, among other things, generated jobs # as they are added to the session, by registering appropriate signal # handlers on the freshly-constructed session instance. if early_cb is not None: logger.debug(_("Invoking early callback %r"), early_cb) new_session = early_cb(session) if new_session is not None: logger.debug( _("Using different session for resume: %r"), new_session) session = new_session # Restore bits and pieces of state logger.debug( _("Starting to restore jobs and results to %r..."), session) self._restore_SessionState_jobs_and_results(session, session_repr) logger.debug(_("Starting to restore metadata...")) self._restore_SessionState_metadata(session.metadata, session_repr) logger.debug(_("restored metadata %r"), session.metadata) logger.debug(_("Starting to restore desired job list...")) self._restore_SessionState_desired_job_list(session, session_repr) logger.debug(_("Starting to restore job list...")) self._restore_SessionState_job_list(session, session_repr) # Return whatever we've got logger.debug(_("Resume complete!")) return session def _restore_SessionState_jobs_and_results(self, session, session_repr): """ Process representation of a session and restore jobs and results. This method reconstructs all jobs and results in several stages. The first pass just goes over all the jobs and results and restores all of the non-generated jobs using :meth:`_process_job()` method. Any jobs that cannot be processed (generated job) is saved for further processing. """ # Representation of all of the job definitions jobs_repr = _validate(session_repr, key='jobs', value_type=dict) # Representation of all of the job results results_repr = _validate(session_repr, key='results', value_type=dict) # List of jobs (ids) that could not be processed on the first pass leftover_jobs = deque() # Ensure siblings are generated in the session [session.add_unit(u) for u in self.job_list if u.Meta.name == 'job'] # Run a first pass through jobs and results. Anything that didn't # work (generated jobs) gets added to leftover_jobs list. # To make this bit deterministic (we like determinism) we're always # going to process job results in alphabetic orderer. first_pass_list = sorted( set(jobs_repr.keys()) | set(results_repr.keys())) for job_id in first_pass_list: try: self._process_job(session, jobs_repr, results_repr, job_id) except KeyError: leftover_jobs.append(job_id) # Process leftovers. For each iteration the leftover_jobs list should # shrink or we're not making any progress. If that happens we've got # undefined jobs (in general the session is corrupted) while leftover_jobs: # Append a sentinel object so that we can know when we're # done "iterating" over the collection once. # Also: https://twitter.com/zygoon/status/370213046678872065 leftover_jobs.append(None) leftover_shrunk = False while leftover_jobs: # pragma: no branch job_id = leftover_jobs.popleft() # Treat the sentinel None object as the end of the iteration if job_id is None: break try: self._process_job( session, jobs_repr, results_repr, job_id) except KeyError as exc: logger.debug("Seen KeyError for %r", exc) leftover_jobs.append(job_id) else: leftover_shrunk = True # Check if we're making any progress. # We don't want to keep spinning on a list of some bogus jobs # that nothing generated so we need an end condition for that case if not leftover_shrunk: raise CorruptedSessionError( _("Unknown jobs remaining: {}").format( ", ".join(leftover_jobs))) def _process_job(self, session, jobs_repr, results_repr, job_id): """ Process all representation details associated with a particular job. This method takes a session object, representation of all the jobs and all the results (and a job id) and tries to reconstruct the state associated with that job in the session object. Jobs are verified to match existing (known) jobs. Results are rebuilt from their representation and presented back to the session for processing (this restores resources and generated jobs). This method can fail in normal operation, when the job that was being processed is a generated job and has not been reintroduced into the session. When that happens a KeyError is raised. .. note:: Since the representation format for results can support storing and restoring a list of results (per job) but the SessionState cannot yet do that the implementation of this method restores the state of the _last_ result object only. """ _validate(job_id, value_type=str) # Get the checksum from the representation checksum = _validate( jobs_repr, key=job_id, value_type=str) # Look up the actual job definition in the session. # This can raise KeyError but it is okay, callers expect that job = session.job_state_map[job_id].job # Check if job definition has not changed if job.checksum != checksum: if self.flags & self.FLAG_IGNORE_JOB_CHECKSUMS_F: logger.warning(_("Ignoring changes to job %r)"), job_id) else: raise IncompatibleJobError( _("Definition of job {!r} has changed").format(job_id)) # The result may not be there. This method is called for all the jobs # we're supposed to check but not all such jobs need to have results if job.id not in results_repr: return # Collect all of the result objects into result_list result_list = [] result_list_repr = _validate( results_repr, key=job_id, value_type=list, value_none=True) for result_repr in result_list_repr: _validate(result_repr, value_type=dict) result = self._build_JobResult( result_repr, self.flags, self.location) result_list.append(result) # Replay each result, one by one for result in result_list: logger.debug(_("calling update_job_result(%r, %r)"), job, result) session.update_job_result(job, result) @classmethod def _restore_SessionState_desired_job_list(cls, session, session_repr): """ Reconstruct the list of desired jobs. Extract the representation of desired_job_list from the session and set it back to the session object. This method should be called after all the jobs are discovered. :raises CorruptedSessionError: if desired_job_list refers to unknown job """ # List of all the _ids_ of the jobs that were selected desired_job_list = [ _validate( job_id, value_type=str, value_type_msg=_("Each job id must be a string")) for job_id in _validate( session_repr, key='desired_job_list', value_type=list)] # Restore job selection logger.debug( _("calling update_desired_job_list(%r)"), desired_job_list) try: session.update_desired_job_list([ session.job_state_map[job_id].job for job_id in desired_job_list]) except KeyError as exc: raise CorruptedSessionError( _("'desired_job_list' refers to unknown job {!r}").format( exc.args[0])) @classmethod def _restore_SessionState_mandatory_job_list(cls, session, session_repr): """ Extract the representation of mandatory_job_list from the session and set it back to the session object. This method should be called after all the jobs are discovered. :raises CorruptedSessionError: if mandatory_job_list refers to unknown job """ # List of all the _ids_ of the jobs that were selected mandatory_job_list = [ _validate( job_id, value_type=str, value_type_msg=_("Each job id must be a string")) for job_id in _validate( session_repr, key='mandatory_job_list', value_type=list)] # Restore job selection logger.debug( _("calling update_mandatory_job_list(%r)"), mandatory_job_list) try: session.update_mandatory_job_list([ session.job_state_map[job_id].job for job_id in mandatory_job_list]) except KeyError as exc: raise CorruptedSessionError( _("'mandatory_job_list' refers to unknown job {!r}").format( exc.args[0])) @classmethod def _restore_SessionState_job_list(cls, session, session_repr): """ Reconstruct the list of known jobs. Trim job_list so that it has only those jobs that are mentioned by the session representation. This should never fail as anything that might go wrong must have gone wrong before. """ # Representation of all of the important job definitions jobs_repr = _validate(session_repr, key='jobs', value_type=dict) # Qualifier ready to select jobs to remove qualifier = ResumeDiscardQualifier( # This qualifier must select jobs that we want to KEEP: # - All of the jobs that we need to run (aka, the desired jobs # list). This is pretty obvious and it is exactly what must # be preserved or trim_job_list() will complain set([job.id for job in session.run_list]) # - All of the jobs that have representation (aka checksum). # We want those jobs because they have results (or they would not # end up in the list as of format v4). If they have results we # just have to keep them. Perhaps the session had a different # selection earlier, who knows. | set(jobs_repr) ) try: # NOTE: this should never raise ValueError (which signals that we # tried to remove a job which is in the run list) because it should # only remove jobs that were not in the representation and any job # in the run list must be in the representation already. session.trim_job_list(qualifier) except ValueError: logger.error("BUG in session resume logic / assumptions") raise @classmethod def _build_JobResult(cls, result_repr, flags, location): """ Reconstruct a single job result. Convert the representation of MemoryJobResult or DiskJobResult back into an actual instance. """ # Load all common attributes... outcome = _validate( result_repr, key='outcome', value_type=str, value_choice=sorted( OUTCOME_METADATA_MAP.keys(), key=lambda outcome: outcome or "none" ), value_none=True) comments = _validate( result_repr, key='comments', value_type=str, value_none=True) return_code = _validate( result_repr, key='return_code', value_type=int, value_none=True) execution_duration = _validate( result_repr, key='execution_duration', value_type=float, value_none=True) # Construct either DiskJobResult or MemoryJobResult if 'io_log_filename' in result_repr: io_log_filename = cls._load_io_log_filename( result_repr, flags, location) if (flags & cls.FLAG_FILE_REFERENCE_CHECKS_F and not os.path.isfile(io_log_filename) and flags & cls.FLAG_REWRITE_LOG_PATHNAMES_F): io_log_filename2 = cls._rewrite_pathname(io_log_filename, location) logger.warning(_("Rewrote file name from %r to %r"), io_log_filename, io_log_filename2) io_log_filename = io_log_filename2 if (flags & cls.FLAG_FILE_REFERENCE_CHECKS_F and not os.path.isfile(io_log_filename)): raise BrokenReferenceToExternalFile( _("cannot access file: {!r}").format(io_log_filename)) return DiskJobResult({ 'outcome': outcome, 'comments': comments, 'execution_duration': execution_duration, 'io_log_filename': io_log_filename, 'return_code': return_code }) else: io_log = [ cls._build_IOLogRecord(record_repr) for record_repr in _validate( result_repr, key='io_log', value_type=list)] return MemoryJobResult({ 'outcome': outcome, 'comments': comments, 'execution_duration': execution_duration, 'io_log': io_log, 'return_code': return_code }) @classmethod def _load_io_log_filename(cls, result_repr, flags, location): return _validate(result_repr, key='io_log_filename', value_type=str) @classmethod def _rewrite_pathname(cls, pathname, location): return re.sub( '.*\/\.cache\/plainbox\/sessions/[^//]+', location, pathname) @classmethod def _build_IOLogRecord(cls, record_repr): """Convert the representation of IOLogRecord back the object.""" _validate(record_repr, value_type=list) delay = _validate(record_repr, key=0, value_type=float) if delay < 0: # TRANSLATORS: please keep delay untranslated raise CorruptedSessionError(_("delay cannot be negative")) stream_name = _validate( record_repr, key=1, value_type=str, value_choice=['stdout', 'stderr']) data = _validate(record_repr, key=2, value_type=str) # Each data item is a base64 string created by encoding the bytes and # converting them to ASCII. To get the original we need to undo that # operation. try: data = data.encode("ASCII") except UnicodeEncodeError: raise CorruptedSessionError( _("record data {!r} is not ASCII").format(data)) try: data = base64.standard_b64decode(data) except binascii.Error: raise CorruptedSessionError( _("record data {!r} is not correct base64").format(data)) return IOLogRecord(delay, stream_name, data)
[docs]class SessionResumeHelper2(MetaDataHelper2MixIn, SessionResumeHelper1): """ Helper class for implementing session resume feature. This class works with data constructed by :class:`~plainbox.impl.session.suspend.SessionSuspendHelper2` which has been pre-processed by :class:`SessionResumeHelper` (to strip the initial envelope). Due to the constraints of what can be represented in a suspended session, this class cannot work in isolation. It must operate with a list of know jobs. Since (most of the) jobs are being provided externally (as they represent the non-serialized parts of checkbox or other job providers) several failure modes are possible. Those are documented in :meth:`resume()` """
[docs]class SessionResumeHelper3(MetaDataHelper3MixIn, SessionResumeHelper2): """ Helper class for implementing session resume feature. This class works with data constructed by :class:`~plainbox.impl.session.suspend.SessionSuspendHelper3` which has been pre-processed by :class:`SessionResumeHelper` (to strip the initial envelope). Due to the constraints of what can be represented in a suspended session, this class cannot work in isolation. It must operate with a list of know jobs. Since (most of the) jobs are being provided externally (as they represent the non-serialized parts of checkbox or other job providers) several failure modes are possible. Those are documented in :meth:`resume()` """
[docs]class SessionResumeHelper4(SessionResumeHelper3): """ Helper class for implementing session resume feature. This class works with data constructed by :class:`~plainbox.impl.session.suspend.SessionSuspendHelper4` which has been pre-processed by :class:`SessionResumeHelper` (to strip the initial envelope). Due to the constraints of what can be represented in a suspended session, this class cannot work in isolation. It must operate with a list of know jobs. Since (most of the) jobs are being provided externally (as they represent the non-serialized parts of checkbox or other job providers) several failure modes are possible. Those are documented in :meth:`resume()` """
[docs]class SessionResumeHelper5(SessionResumeHelper4): """ Helper class for implementing session resume feature. This class works with data constructed by :class:`~plainbox.impl.session.suspend.SessionSuspendHelper5` which has been pre-processed by :class:`SessionResumeHelper` (to strip the initial envelope). Due to the constraints of what can be represented in a suspended session, this class cannot work in isolation. It must operate with a list of know jobs. Since (most of the) jobs are being provided externally (as they represent the non-serialized parts of checkbox or other job providers) several failure modes are possible. Those are documented in :meth:`resume()` """ @classmethod def _load_io_log_filename(cls, result_repr, flags, location): io_log_filename = super()._load_io_log_filename( result_repr, flags, location) if os.path.isabs(io_log_filename): return io_log_filename if location is None: raise ValueError("Location must be a directory name") return os.path.join(location, io_log_filename)
[docs]class SessionResumeHelper6(SessionResumeHelper5): """ Helper class for implementing session resume feature This class works with data constructed by :class:`~plainbox.impl.session.suspend.SessionSuspendHelper5` which has been pre-processed by :class:`SessionResumeHelper` (to strip the initial envelope). Due to the constraints of what can be represented in a suspended session, this class cannot work in isolation. It must operate with a list of know jobs. Since (most of the) jobs are being provided externally (as they represent the non-serialized parts of checkbox or other job providers) several failure modes are possible. Those are documented in :meth:`resume()` """ def _build_SessionState(self, session_repr, early_cb=None): """ Reconstruct the session state object. This method creates a fresh SessionState instance and restores jobs, results, meta-data and desired job list using helper methods. """ # Construct a fresh session object. session = SessionState(self.job_list) logger.debug(_("Constructed new session for resume %r"), session) # Give early_cb a chance to see the session before we start resuming. # This way applications can see, among other things, generated jobs # as they are added to the session, by registering appropriate signal # handlers on the freshly-constructed session instance. if early_cb is not None: logger.debug(_("Invoking early callback %r"), early_cb) new_session = early_cb(session) if new_session is not None: logger.debug( _("Using different session for resume: %r"), new_session) session = new_session # Restore bits and pieces of state logger.debug( _("Starting to restore jobs and results to %r..."), session) self._restore_SessionState_jobs_and_results(session, session_repr) logger.debug(_("Starting to restore metadata...")) self._restore_SessionState_metadata(session.metadata, session_repr) logger.debug(_("restored metadata %r"), session.metadata) logger.debug(_("Starting to restore mandatory job list...")) self._restore_SessionState_mandatory_job_list(session, session_repr) logger.debug(_("Starting to restore desired job list...")) self._restore_SessionState_desired_job_list(session, session_repr) logger.debug(_("Starting to restore job list...")) self._restore_SessionState_job_list(session, session_repr) # Return whatever we've got logger.debug(_("Resume complete!")) return session
def _validate(obj, **flags): """Multi-purpose extraction and validation function.""" # Fetch data from the container OR use json_repr directly if 'key' in flags: key = flags['key'] obj_name = _("key {!r}").format(key) try: value = obj[key] except (TypeError, IndexError, KeyError): error_msg = flags.get( "missing_key_msg", _("Missing value for key {!r}").format(key)) raise CorruptedSessionError(error_msg) else: value = obj obj_name = _("object") # Check if value can be None (defaulting to "no") value_none = flags.get('value_none', False) if value is None and value_none is False: error_msg = flags.get( "value_none_msg", _("Value of {} cannot be None").format(obj_name)) raise CorruptedSessionError(error_msg) # Check if value is of correct type if value is not None and "value_type" in flags: value_type = flags['value_type'] if not isinstance(value, value_type): error_msg = flags.get( "value_type_msg", _("Value of {} is of incorrect type {}").format( obj_name, type(value).__name__)) raise CorruptedSessionError(error_msg) # Check if value is in the set of correct values if "value_choice" in flags: value_choice = flags['value_choice'] if value not in value_choice: error_msg = flags.get( "value_choice_msg", _("Value for {} not in allowed set {!r}").format( obj_name, value_choice)) raise CorruptedSessionError(error_msg) return value
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