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Source code for celery.contrib.migrate

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""Message migration tools (Broker <-> Broker)."""
from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals

import socket
from functools import partial
from itertools import cycle, islice

from kombu import Queue, eventloop
from kombu.common import maybe_declare
from kombu.utils.encoding import ensure_bytes

from import app_or_default
from celery.five import python_2_unicode_compatible, string, string_t
from celery.utils.nodenames import worker_direct
from celery.utils.text import str_to_list

__all__ = (
    'StopFiltering', 'State', 'republish', 'migrate_task',
    'migrate_tasks', 'move', 'task_id_eq', 'task_id_in',
    'start_filter', 'move_task_by_id', 'move_by_idmap',
    'move_by_taskmap', 'move_direct', 'move_direct_by_id',

Moving task {state.filtered}/{state.strtotal}: \

[docs]class StopFiltering(Exception): """Semi-predicate used to signal filter stop."""
[docs]@python_2_unicode_compatible class State(object): """Migration progress state.""" count = 0 filtered = 0 total_apx = 0 @property def strtotal(self): if not self.total_apx: return '?' return string(self.total_apx) def __repr__(self): if self.filtered: return '^{0.filtered}'.format(self) return '{0.count}/{0.strtotal}'.format(self)
[docs]def republish(producer, message, exchange=None, routing_key=None, remove_props=None): """Republish message.""" if not remove_props: remove_props = ['application_headers', 'content_type', 'content_encoding', 'headers'] body = ensure_bytes(message.body) # use raw message body. info, headers, props = (message.delivery_info, message.headers, exchange = info['exchange'] if exchange is None else exchange routing_key = info['routing_key'] if routing_key is None else routing_key ctype, enc = message.content_type, message.content_encoding # remove compression header, as this will be inserted again # when the message is recompressed. compression = headers.pop('compression', None) for key in remove_props: props.pop(key, None) producer.publish(ensure_bytes(body), exchange=exchange, routing_key=routing_key, compression=compression, headers=headers, content_type=ctype, content_encoding=enc, **props)
[docs]def migrate_task(producer, body_, message, queues=None): """Migrate single task message.""" info = message.delivery_info queues = {} if queues is None else queues republish(producer, message, exchange=queues.get(info['exchange']), routing_key=queues.get(info['routing_key']))
def filter_callback(callback, tasks): def filtered(body, message): if tasks and body['task'] not in tasks: return return callback(body, message) return filtered
[docs]def migrate_tasks(source, dest, migrate=migrate_task, app=None, queues=None, **kwargs): """Migrate tasks from one broker to another.""" app = app_or_default(app) queues = prepare_queues(queues) producer = app.amqp.Producer(dest, auto_declare=False) migrate = partial(migrate, producer, queues=queues) def on_declare_queue(queue): new_queue = queue( = queues.get(, if new_queue.routing_key == new_queue.routing_key = queues.get(, new_queue.routing_key) if == = queues.get(, new_queue.declare() return start_filter(app, source, migrate, queues=queues, on_declare_queue=on_declare_queue, **kwargs)
def _maybe_queue(app, q): if isinstance(q, string_t): return app.amqp.queues[q] return q
[docs]def move(predicate, connection=None, exchange=None, routing_key=None, source=None, app=None, callback=None, limit=None, transform=None, **kwargs): """Find tasks by filtering them and move the tasks to a new queue. Arguments: predicate (Callable): Filter function used to decide the messages to move. Must accept the standard signature of ``(body, message)`` used by Kombu consumer callbacks. If the predicate wants the message to be moved it must return either: 1) a tuple of ``(exchange, routing_key)``, or 2) a :class:`~kombu.entity.Queue` instance, or 3) any other true value means the specified ``exchange`` and ``routing_key`` arguments will be used. connection (kombu.Connection): Custom connection to use. source: List[Union[str, kombu.Queue]]: Optional list of source queues to use instead of the default (queues in :setting:`task_queues`). This list can also contain :class:`~kombu.entity.Queue` instances. exchange (str, kombu.Exchange): Default destination exchange. routing_key (str): Default destination routing key. limit (int): Limit number of messages to filter. callback (Callable): Callback called after message moved, with signature ``(state, body, message)``. transform (Callable): Optional function to transform the return value (destination) of the filter function. Also supports the same keyword arguments as :func:`start_filter`. To demonstrate, the :func:`move_task_by_id` operation can be implemented like this: .. code-block:: python def is_wanted_task(body, message): if body['id'] == wanted_id: return Queue('foo', exchange=Exchange('foo'), routing_key='foo') move(is_wanted_task) or with a transform: .. code-block:: python def transform(value): if isinstance(value, string_t): return Queue(value, Exchange(value), value) return value move(is_wanted_task, transform=transform) Note: The predicate may also return a tuple of ``(exchange, routing_key)`` to specify the destination to where the task should be moved, or a :class:`~kombu.entity.Queue` instance. Any other true value means that the task will be moved to the default exchange/routing_key. """ app = app_or_default(app) queues = [_maybe_queue(app, queue) for queue in source or []] or None with app.connection_or_acquire(connection, pool=False) as conn: producer = app.amqp.Producer(conn) state = State() def on_task(body, message): ret = predicate(body, message) if ret: if transform: ret = transform(ret) if isinstance(ret, Queue): maybe_declare(ret, conn.default_channel) ex, rk =, ret.routing_key else: ex, rk = expand_dest(ret, exchange, routing_key) republish(producer, message, exchange=ex, routing_key=rk) message.ack() state.filtered += 1 if callback: callback(state, body, message) if limit and state.filtered >= limit: raise StopFiltering() return start_filter(app, conn, on_task, consume_from=queues, **kwargs)
def expand_dest(ret, exchange, routing_key): try: ex, rk = ret except (TypeError, ValueError): ex, rk = exchange, routing_key return ex, rk
[docs]def task_id_eq(task_id, body, message): """Return true if task id equals task_id'.""" return body['id'] == task_id
[docs]def task_id_in(ids, body, message): """Return true if task id is member of set ids'.""" return body['id'] in ids
def prepare_queues(queues): if isinstance(queues, string_t): queues = queues.split(',') if isinstance(queues, list): queues = dict(tuple(islice(cycle(q.split(':')), None, 2)) for q in queues) if queues is None: queues = {} return queues class Filterer(object): def __init__(self, app, conn, filter, limit=None, timeout=1.0, ack_messages=False, tasks=None, queues=None, callback=None, forever=False, on_declare_queue=None, consume_from=None, state=None, accept=None, **kwargs): = app self.conn = conn self.filter = filter self.limit = limit self.timeout = timeout self.ack_messages = ack_messages self.tasks = set(str_to_list(tasks) or []) self.queues = prepare_queues(queues) self.callback = callback self.forever = forever self.on_declare_queue = on_declare_queue self.consume_from = [ _maybe_queue(, q) for q in consume_from or list(self.queues) ] self.state = state or State() self.accept = accept def start(self): # start migrating messages. with self.prepare_consumer(self.create_consumer()): try: for _ in eventloop(self.conn, # pragma: no cover timeout=self.timeout, ignore_timeouts=self.forever): pass except socket.timeout: pass except StopFiltering: pass return self.state def update_state(self, body, message): self.state.count += 1 if self.limit and self.state.count >= self.limit: raise StopFiltering() def ack_message(self, body, message): message.ack() def create_consumer(self): return self.conn, queues=self.consume_from, accept=self.accept, ) def prepare_consumer(self, consumer): filter = self.filter update_state = self.update_state ack_message = self.ack_message if self.tasks: filter = filter_callback(filter, self.tasks) update_state = filter_callback(update_state, self.tasks) ack_message = filter_callback(ack_message, self.tasks) consumer.register_callback(filter) consumer.register_callback(update_state) if self.ack_messages: consumer.register_callback(self.ack_message) if self.callback is not None: callback = partial(self.callback, self.state) if self.tasks: callback = filter_callback(callback, self.tasks) consumer.register_callback(callback) self.declare_queues(consumer) return consumer def declare_queues(self, consumer): # declare all queues on the new broker. for queue in consumer.queues: if self.queues and not in self.queues: continue if self.on_declare_queue is not None: self.on_declare_queue(queue) try: _, mcount, _ = queue( if mcount: self.state.total_apx += mcount except self.conn.channel_errors: pass
[docs]def start_filter(app, conn, filter, limit=None, timeout=1.0, ack_messages=False, tasks=None, queues=None, callback=None, forever=False, on_declare_queue=None, consume_from=None, state=None, accept=None, **kwargs): """Filter tasks.""" return Filterer( app, conn, filter, limit=limit, timeout=timeout, ack_messages=ack_messages, tasks=tasks, queues=queues, callback=callback, forever=forever, on_declare_queue=on_declare_queue, consume_from=consume_from, state=state, accept=accept, **kwargs).start()
[docs]def move_task_by_id(task_id, dest, **kwargs): """Find a task by id and move it to another queue. Arguments: task_id (str): Id of task to find and move. dest: (str, kombu.Queue): Destination queue. transform (Callable): Optional function to transform the return value (destination) of the filter function. **kwargs (Any): Also supports the same keyword arguments as :func:`move`. """ return move_by_idmap({task_id: dest}, **kwargs)
[docs]def move_by_idmap(map, **kwargs): """Move tasks by matching from a ``task_id: queue`` mapping. Where ``queue`` is a queue to move the task to. Example: >>> move_by_idmap({ ... '5bee6e82-f4ac-468e-bd3d-13e8600250bc': Queue('name'), ... 'ada8652d-aef3-466b-abd2-becdaf1b82b3': Queue('name'), ... '3a2b140d-7db1-41ba-ac90-c36a0ef4ab1f': Queue('name')}, ... queues=['hipri']) """ def task_id_in_map(body, message): return map.get(['correlation_id']) # adding the limit means that we don't have to consume any more # when we've found everything. return move(task_id_in_map, limit=len(map), **kwargs)
[docs]def move_by_taskmap(map, **kwargs): """Move tasks by matching from a ``task_name: queue`` mapping. ``queue`` is the queue to move the task to. Example: >>> move_by_taskmap({ ... 'tasks.add': Queue('name'), ... 'tasks.mul': Queue('name'), ... }) """ def task_name_in_map(body, message): return map.get(body['task']) # <- name of task return move(task_name_in_map, **kwargs)
def filter_status(state, body, message, **kwargs): print(MOVING_PROGRESS_FMT.format(state=state, body=body, **kwargs)) move_direct = partial(move, transform=worker_direct) move_direct_by_id = partial(move_task_by_id, transform=worker_direct) move_direct_by_idmap = partial(move_by_idmap, transform=worker_direct) move_direct_by_taskmap = partial(move_by_taskmap, transform=worker_direct)