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Source code for celery.worker.heartbeat

"""Heartbeat service.

This is the internal thread responsible for sending heartbeat events
at regular intervals (may not be an actual thread).
from celery.signals import heartbeat_sent
from celery.utils.sysinfo import load_average

from .state import SOFTWARE_INFO, active_requests, all_total_count

__all__ = ('Heart',)

[docs]class Heart: """Timer sending heartbeats at regular intervals. Arguments: timer (kombu.asynchronous.timer.Timer): Timer to use. eventer ( Event dispatcher to use. interval (float): Time in seconds between sending heartbeats. Default is 2 seconds. """ def __init__(self, timer, eventer, interval=None): self.timer = timer self.eventer = eventer self.interval = float(interval or 2.0) self.tref = None # Make event dispatcher start/stop us when enabled/disabled. self.eventer.on_enabled.add(self.start) self.eventer.on_disabled.add(self.stop) # Only send heartbeat_sent signal if it has receivers. self._send_sent_signal = ( heartbeat_sent.send if heartbeat_sent.receivers else None) def _send(self, event, retry=True): if self._send_sent_signal is not None: self._send_sent_signal(sender=self) return self.eventer.send(event, freq=self.interval, active=len(active_requests), processed=all_total_count[0], loadavg=load_average(), retry=retry, **SOFTWARE_INFO)
[docs] def start(self): if self.eventer.enabled: self._send('worker-online') self.tref = self.timer.call_repeatedly( self.interval, self._send, ('worker-heartbeat',), )
[docs] def stop(self): if self.tref is not None: self.timer.cancel(self.tref) self.tref = None if self.eventer.enabled: self._send('worker-offline', retry=False)