This document describes the current stable version of Celery (4.4). For development docs, go here.

Source code for celery.apps.multi

"""Start/stop/manage workers."""
from __future__ import absolute_import, unicode_literals

import errno
import os
import shlex
import signal
import sys
from collections import OrderedDict, defaultdict
from functools import partial
from subprocess import Popen
from time import sleep

from kombu.utils.encoding import from_utf8
from kombu.utils.objects import cached_property

from celery.five import UserList, items
from celery.platforms import IS_WINDOWS, Pidfile, signal_name
from celery.utils.nodenames import (gethostname, host_format, node_format,
from celery.utils.saferepr import saferepr

__all__ = ('Cluster', 'Node')

CELERY_EXE = 'celery'

def celery_exe(*args):
    return ' '.join((CELERY_EXE,) + args)

def build_nodename(name, prefix, suffix):
    hostname = suffix
    if '@' in name:
        nodename = host_format(name)
        shortname, hostname = nodesplit(nodename)
        name = shortname
        shortname = '%s%s' % (prefix, name)
        nodename = host_format(
            '{0}@{1}'.format(shortname, hostname),
    return name, nodename, hostname

def build_expander(nodename, shortname, hostname):
    return partial(

def format_opt(opt, value):
    if not value:
        return opt
    if opt.startswith('--'):
        return '{0}={1}'.format(opt, value)
    return '{0} {1}'.format(opt, value)

def _kwargs_to_command_line(kwargs):
    return {
        ('--{0}'.format(k.replace('_', '-'))
         if len(k) > 1 else '-{0}'.format(k)): '{0}'.format(v)
        for k, v in items(kwargs)

class NamespacedOptionParser(object):

    def __init__(self, args):
        self.args = args
        self.options = OrderedDict()
        self.values = []
        self.passthrough = ''
        self.namespaces = defaultdict(lambda: OrderedDict())

    def parse(self):
        rargs = list(self.args)
        pos = 0
        while pos < len(rargs):
            arg = rargs[pos]
            if arg == '--':
                self.passthrough = ' '.join(rargs[pos:])
            elif arg[0] == '-':
                if arg[1] == '-':
                    value = None
                    if len(rargs) > pos + 1 and rargs[pos + 1][0] != '-':
                        value = rargs[pos + 1]
                        pos += 1
                    self.process_short_opt(arg[1:], value)
            pos += 1

    def process_long_opt(self, arg, value=None):
        if '=' in arg:
            arg, value = arg.split('=', 1)
        self.add_option(arg, value, short=False)

    def process_short_opt(self, arg, value=None):
        self.add_option(arg, value, short=True)

    def optmerge(self, ns, defaults=None):
        if defaults is None:
            defaults = self.options
        return OrderedDict(defaults, **self.namespaces[ns])

    def add_option(self, name, value, short=False, ns=None):
        prefix = short and '-' or '--'
        dest = self.options
        if ':' in name:
            name, ns = name.split(':')
            dest = self.namespaces[ns]
        dest[prefix + name] = value

[docs]class Node(object): """Represents a node in a cluster.""" def __init__(self, name, cmd=None, append=None, options=None, extra_args=None): = name self.cmd = cmd or '-m {0}'.format(celery_exe('worker', '--detach')) self.append = append self.extra_args = extra_args or '' self.options = self._annotate_with_default_opts( options or OrderedDict()) self.expander = self._prepare_expander() self.argv = self._prepare_argv() self._pid = None def _annotate_with_default_opts(self, options): options['-n'] = self._setdefaultopt(options, ['--pidfile', '-p'], '/var/run/celery/') self._setdefaultopt(options, ['--logfile', '-f'], '/var/log/celery/%n%I.log') self._setdefaultopt(options, ['--executable'], sys.executable) return options def _setdefaultopt(self, d, alt, value): for opt in alt[1:]: try: return d[opt] except KeyError: pass value = d.setdefault(alt[0], os.path.normpath(value)) dir_path = os.path.dirname(value) if not os.path.exists(dir_path): os.makedirs(dir_path) return value def _prepare_expander(self): shortname, hostname ='@', 1) return build_expander(, shortname, hostname) def _prepare_argv(self): argv = tuple( [self.expander(self.cmd)] + [format_opt(opt, self.expander(value)) for opt, value in items(self.options)] + [self.extra_args] ) if self.append: argv += (self.expander(self.append),) return argv
[docs] def alive(self): return self.send(0)
[docs] def send(self, sig, on_error=None): pid = if pid: try: os.kill(pid, sig) except OSError as exc: if exc.errno != errno.ESRCH: raise maybe_call(on_error, self) return False return True maybe_call(on_error, self)
[docs] def start(self, env=None, **kwargs): return self._waitexec( self.argv, path=self.executable, env=env, **kwargs)
def _waitexec(self, argv, path=sys.executable, env=None, on_spawn=None, on_signalled=None, on_failure=None): argstr = self.prepare_argv(argv, path) maybe_call(on_spawn, self, argstr=' '.join(argstr), env=env) pipe = Popen(argstr, env=env) return self.handle_process_exit( pipe.wait(), on_signalled=on_signalled, on_failure=on_failure, )
[docs] def handle_process_exit(self, retcode, on_signalled=None, on_failure=None): if retcode < 0: maybe_call(on_signalled, self, -retcode) return -retcode elif retcode > 0: maybe_call(on_failure, self, retcode) return retcode
[docs] def prepare_argv(self, argv, path): args = ' '.join([path] + list(argv)) return shlex.split(from_utf8(args), posix=not IS_WINDOWS)
[docs] def getopt(self, *alt): for opt in alt: try: return self.options[opt] except KeyError: pass raise KeyError(alt[0])
def __repr__(self): return '<{name}: {}>'.format(self, name=type(self).__name__)
[docs] @cached_property def pidfile(self): return self.expander(self.getopt('--pidfile', '-p'))
[docs] @cached_property def logfile(self): return self.expander(self.getopt('--logfile', '-f'))
@property def pid(self): if self._pid is not None: return self._pid try: return Pidfile(self.pidfile).read_pid() except ValueError: pass @pid.setter def pid(self, value): self._pid = value
[docs] @cached_property def executable(self): return self.options['--executable']
[docs] @cached_property def argv_with_executable(self): return (self.executable,) + self.argv
[docs] @classmethod def from_kwargs(cls, name, **kwargs): return cls(name, options=_kwargs_to_command_line(kwargs))
def maybe_call(fun, *args, **kwargs): if fun is not None: fun(*args, **kwargs) class MultiParser(object): Node = Node def __init__(self, cmd='celery worker', append='', prefix='', suffix='', range_prefix='celery'): self.cmd = cmd self.append = append self.prefix = prefix self.suffix = suffix self.range_prefix = range_prefix def parse(self, p): names = p.values options = dict(p.options) ranges = len(names) == 1 prefix = self.prefix cmd = options.pop('--cmd', self.cmd) append = options.pop('--append', self.append) hostname = options.pop('--hostname', options.pop('-n', gethostname())) prefix = options.pop('--prefix', prefix) or '' suffix = options.pop('--suffix', self.suffix) or hostname suffix = '' if suffix in ('""', "''") else suffix range_prefix = options.pop('--range-prefix', '') or self.range_prefix if ranges: try: names, prefix = self._get_ranges(names), range_prefix except ValueError: pass self._update_ns_opts(p, names) self._update_ns_ranges(p, ranges) return ( self._node_from_options( p, name, prefix, suffix, cmd, append, options) for name in names ) def _node_from_options(self, p, name, prefix, suffix, cmd, append, options): namespace, nodename, _ = build_nodename(name, prefix, suffix) namespace = nodename if nodename in p.namespaces else namespace return Node(nodename, cmd, append, p.optmerge(namespace, options), p.passthrough) def _get_ranges(self, names): noderange = int(names[0]) return [str(n) for n in range(1, noderange + 1)] def _update_ns_opts(self, p, names): # Numbers in args always refers to the index in the list of names. # (e.g., `start foo bar baz -c:1` where 1 is foo, 2 is bar, and so on). for ns_name, ns_opts in list(items(p.namespaces)): if ns_name.isdigit(): ns_index = int(ns_name) - 1 if ns_index < 0: raise KeyError('Indexes start at 1 got: %r' % (ns_name,)) try: p.namespaces[names[ns_index]].update(ns_opts) except IndexError: raise KeyError('No node at index %r' % (ns_name,)) def _update_ns_ranges(self, p, ranges): for ns_name, ns_opts in list(items(p.namespaces)): if ',' in ns_name or (ranges and '-' in ns_name): for subns in self._parse_ns_range(ns_name, ranges): p.namespaces[subns].update(ns_opts) p.namespaces.pop(ns_name) def _parse_ns_range(self, ns, ranges=False): ret = [] for space in ',' in ns and ns.split(',') or [ns]: if ranges and '-' in space: start, stop = space.split('-') ret.extend( str(n) for n in range(int(start), int(stop) + 1) ) else: ret.append(space) return ret
[docs]class Cluster(UserList): """Represent a cluster of workers.""" def __init__(self, nodes, cmd=None, env=None, on_stopping_preamble=None, on_send_signal=None, on_still_waiting_for=None, on_still_waiting_progress=None, on_still_waiting_end=None, on_node_start=None, on_node_restart=None, on_node_shutdown_ok=None, on_node_status=None, on_node_signal=None, on_node_signal_dead=None, on_node_down=None, on_child_spawn=None, on_child_signalled=None, on_child_failure=None): self.nodes = nodes self.cmd = cmd or celery_exe('worker') self.env = env self.on_stopping_preamble = on_stopping_preamble self.on_send_signal = on_send_signal self.on_still_waiting_for = on_still_waiting_for self.on_still_waiting_progress = on_still_waiting_progress self.on_still_waiting_end = on_still_waiting_end self.on_node_start = on_node_start self.on_node_restart = on_node_restart self.on_node_shutdown_ok = on_node_shutdown_ok self.on_node_status = on_node_status self.on_node_signal = on_node_signal self.on_node_signal_dead = on_node_signal_dead self.on_node_down = on_node_down self.on_child_spawn = on_child_spawn self.on_child_signalled = on_child_signalled self.on_child_failure = on_child_failure
[docs] def start(self): return [self.start_node(node) for node in self]
[docs] def start_node(self, node): maybe_call(self.on_node_start, node) retcode = self._start_node(node) maybe_call(self.on_node_status, node, retcode) return retcode
def _start_node(self, node): return node.start( self.env, on_spawn=self.on_child_spawn, on_signalled=self.on_child_signalled, on_failure=self.on_child_failure, )
[docs] def send_all(self, sig): for node in self.getpids(on_down=self.on_node_down): maybe_call(self.on_node_signal, node, signal_name(sig)) node.send(sig, self.on_node_signal_dead)
[docs] def kill(self): return self.send_all(signal.SIGKILL)
[docs] def restart(self, sig=signal.SIGTERM): retvals = [] def restart_on_down(node): maybe_call(self.on_node_restart, node) retval = self._start_node(node) maybe_call(self.on_node_status, node, retval) retvals.append(retval) self._stop_nodes(retry=2, on_down=restart_on_down, sig=sig) return retvals
[docs] def stop(self, retry=None, callback=None, sig=signal.SIGTERM): return self._stop_nodes(retry=retry, on_down=callback, sig=sig)
[docs] def stopwait(self, retry=2, callback=None, sig=signal.SIGTERM): return self._stop_nodes(retry=retry, on_down=callback, sig=sig)
def _stop_nodes(self, retry=None, on_down=None, sig=signal.SIGTERM): on_down = on_down if on_down is not None else self.on_node_down nodes = list(self.getpids(on_down=on_down)) if nodes: for node in self.shutdown_nodes(nodes, sig=sig, retry=retry): maybe_call(on_down, node)
[docs] def shutdown_nodes(self, nodes, sig=signal.SIGTERM, retry=None): P = set(nodes) maybe_call(self.on_stopping_preamble, nodes) to_remove = set() for node in P: maybe_call(self.on_send_signal, node, signal_name(sig)) if not node.send(sig, self.on_node_signal_dead): to_remove.add(node) yield node P -= to_remove if retry: maybe_call(self.on_still_waiting_for, P) its = 0 while P: to_remove = set() for node in P: its += 1 maybe_call(self.on_still_waiting_progress, P) if not node.alive(): maybe_call(self.on_node_shutdown_ok, node) to_remove.add(node) yield node maybe_call(self.on_still_waiting_for, P) break P -= to_remove if P and not its % len(P): sleep(float(retry)) maybe_call(self.on_still_waiting_end)
[docs] def find(self, name): for node in self: if == name: return node raise KeyError(name)
[docs] def getpids(self, on_down=None): for node in self: if yield node else: maybe_call(on_down, node)
def __repr__(self): return '<{name}({0}): {1}>'.format( len(self), saferepr([ for n in self]), name=type(self).__name__, ) @property def data(self): return self.nodes