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Source code for celery.worker.loops

"""The consumers highly-optimized inner loop."""
from __future__ import absolute_import, unicode_literals

import errno
import socket

from celery import bootsteps
from celery.exceptions import WorkerLostError
from celery.utils.log import get_logger

from . import state

__all__ = ('asynloop', 'synloop')

# pylint: disable=redefined-outer-name
# We cache globals and attribute lookups, so disable this warning.

logger = get_logger(__name__)

def _quick_drain(connection, timeout=0.1):
    except Exception as exc:  # pylint: disable=broad-except
        exc_errno = getattr(exc, 'errno', None)
        if exc_errno is not None and exc_errno != errno.EAGAIN:

def _enable_amqheartbeats(timer, connection, rate=2.0):
    if connection:
        tick = connection.heartbeat_check
        heartbeat = connection.get_heartbeat_interval()  # negotiated
        if heartbeat and connection.supports_heartbeats:
            timer.call_repeatedly(heartbeat / rate, tick, (rate,))

[docs]def asynloop(obj, connection, consumer, blueprint, hub, qos, heartbeat, clock, hbrate=2.0): """Non-blocking event loop.""" RUN = bootsteps.RUN update_qos = qos.update errors = connection.connection_errors on_task_received = obj.create_task_handler() _enable_amqheartbeats(hub.timer, connection, rate=hbrate) consumer.on_message = on_task_received obj.controller.register_with_event_loop(hub) obj.register_with_event_loop(hub) consumer.consume() obj.on_ready() # did_start_ok will verify that pool processes were able to start, # but this will only work the first time we start, as # maxtasksperchild will mess up metrics. if not obj.restart_count and not obj.pool.did_start_ok(): raise WorkerLostError('Could not start worker processes') # consumer.consume() may have prefetched up to our # limit - drain an event so we're in a clean state # prior to starting our event loop. if connection.transport.driver_type == 'amqp': hub.call_soon(_quick_drain, connection) # FIXME: Use loop.run_forever # Tried and works, but no time to test properly before release. hub.propagate_errors = errors loop = hub.create_loop() try: while blueprint.state == RUN and obj.connection: state.maybe_shutdown() # We only update QoS when there's no more messages to read. # This groups together qos calls, and makes sure that remote # control commands will be prioritized over task messages. if qos.prev != qos.value: update_qos() try: next(loop) except StopIteration: loop = hub.create_loop() finally: try: hub.reset() except Exception as exc: # pylint: disable=broad-except logger.exception( 'Error cleaning up after event loop: %r', exc)
[docs]def synloop(obj, connection, consumer, blueprint, hub, qos, heartbeat, clock, hbrate=2.0, **kwargs): """Fallback blocking event loop for transports that doesn't support AIO.""" RUN = bootsteps.RUN on_task_received = obj.create_task_handler() perform_pending_operations = obj.perform_pending_operations if getattr(obj.pool, 'is_green', False): _enable_amqheartbeats(obj.timer, connection, rate=hbrate) consumer.on_message = on_task_received consumer.consume() obj.on_ready() while blueprint.state == RUN and obj.connection: state.maybe_shutdown() if qos.prev != qos.value: qos.update() try: perform_pending_operations() connection.drain_events(timeout=2.0) except socket.timeout: pass except socket.error: if blueprint.state == RUN: raise