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"""Base executor - this is the base class for all the implemented executors."""
import sys
from collections import OrderedDict
from typing import Any, Dict, List, Optional, Set, Tuple

from airflow.configuration import conf
from airflow.models.taskinstance import TaskInstance, TaskInstanceKey
from airflow.stats import Stats
from airflow.utils.log.logging_mixin import LoggingMixin
from airflow.utils.state import State

[docs]PARALLELISM: int = conf.getint('core', 'PARALLELISM')
[docs]NOT_STARTED_MESSAGE = "The executor should be started first!"
# Command to execute - list of strings # the first element is always "airflow". # It should be result of TaskInstance.generate_command method.q
[docs]CommandType = List[str]
# Task that is queued. It contains all the information that is # needed to run the task. # # Tuple of: command, priority, queue name, TaskInstance
[docs]QueuedTaskInstanceType = Tuple[CommandType, int, Optional[str], TaskInstance]
# Event_buffer dict value type # Tuple of: state, info
[docs]EventBufferValueType = Tuple[Optional[str], Any]
[docs]class BaseExecutor(LoggingMixin): """ Class to derive in order to interface with executor-type systems like Celery, Kubernetes, Local, Sequential and the likes. :param parallelism: how many jobs should run at one time. Set to ``0`` for infinity """
[docs] job_id: Optional[str] = None
def __init__(self, parallelism: int = PARALLELISM): super().__init__() self.parallelism: int = parallelism self.queued_tasks: OrderedDict[TaskInstanceKey, QueuedTaskInstanceType] = OrderedDict() self.running: Set[TaskInstanceKey] = set() self.event_buffer: Dict[TaskInstanceKey, EventBufferValueType] = {}
[docs] def __repr__(self): return f"{self.__class__.__name__}(parallelism={self.parallelism})"
[docs] def start(self): # pragma: no cover
"""Executors may need to get things started."""
[docs] def queue_command( self, task_instance: TaskInstance, command: CommandType, priority: int = 1, queue: Optional[str] = None, ): """Queues command to task""" if task_instance.key not in self.queued_tasks and task_instance.key not in self.running:"Adding to queue: %s", command) self.queued_tasks[task_instance.key] = (command, priority, queue, task_instance) else: self.log.error("could not queue task %s", task_instance.key)
[docs] def queue_task_instance( self, task_instance: TaskInstance, mark_success: bool = False, pickle_id: Optional[str] = None, ignore_all_deps: bool = False, ignore_depends_on_past: bool = False, ignore_task_deps: bool = False, ignore_ti_state: bool = False, pool: Optional[str] = None, cfg_path: Optional[str] = None, ) -> None: """Queues task instance.""" pool = pool or task_instance.pool # TODO (edgarRd): AIRFLOW-1985: # cfg_path is needed to propagate the config values if using impersonation # (run_as_user), given that there are different code paths running tasks. # For a long term solution we need to address AIRFLOW-1986 command_list_to_run = task_instance.command_as_list( local=True, mark_success=mark_success, ignore_all_deps=ignore_all_deps, ignore_depends_on_past=ignore_depends_on_past, ignore_task_deps=ignore_task_deps, ignore_ti_state=ignore_ti_state, pool=pool, pickle_id=pickle_id, cfg_path=cfg_path, ) self.log.debug("created command %s", command_list_to_run) self.queue_command( task_instance, command_list_to_run, priority=task_instance.task.priority_weight_total, queue=task_instance.task.queue,
[docs] def has_task(self, task_instance: TaskInstance) -> bool: """ Checks if a task is either queued or running in this executor. :param task_instance: TaskInstance :return: True if the task is known to this executor """ return task_instance.key in self.queued_tasks or task_instance.key in self.running
[docs] def sync(self) -> None:
""" Sync will get called periodically by the heartbeat method. Executors should override this to perform gather statuses. """
[docs] def heartbeat(self) -> None: """Heartbeat sent to trigger new jobs.""" if not self.parallelism: open_slots = len(self.queued_tasks) else: open_slots = self.parallelism - len(self.running) num_running_tasks = len(self.running) num_queued_tasks = len(self.queued_tasks) self.log.debug("%s running task instances", num_running_tasks) self.log.debug("%s in queue", num_queued_tasks) self.log.debug("%s open slots", open_slots) Stats.gauge('executor.open_slots', open_slots) Stats.gauge('executor.queued_tasks', num_queued_tasks) Stats.gauge('executor.running_tasks', num_running_tasks) self.trigger_tasks(open_slots) # Calling child class sync method self.log.debug("Calling the %s sync method", self.__class__) self.sync()
[docs] def order_queued_tasks_by_priority(self) -> List[Tuple[TaskInstanceKey, QueuedTaskInstanceType]]: """ Orders the queued tasks by priority. :return: List of tuples from the queued_tasks according to the priority. """ return sorted( [(k, v) for k, v in self.queued_tasks.items()], # pylint: disable=unnecessary-comprehension key=lambda x: x[1][1], reverse=True,
[docs] def trigger_tasks(self, open_slots: int) -> None: """ Triggers tasks :param open_slots: Number of open slots """ sorted_queue = self.order_queued_tasks_by_priority() for _ in range(min((open_slots, len(self.queued_tasks)))): key, (command, _, queue, ti) = sorted_queue.pop(0) self.queued_tasks.pop(key) self.running.add(key) self.execute_async(key=key, command=command, queue=queue, executor_config=ti.executor_config)
[docs] def change_state(self, key: TaskInstanceKey, state: str, info=None) -> None: """ Changes state of the task. :param info: Executor information for the task instance :param key: Unique key for the task instance :param state: State to set for the task. """ self.log.debug("Changing state: %s", key) try: self.running.remove(key) except KeyError: self.log.debug('Could not find key: %s', str(key)) self.event_buffer[key] = state, info
[docs] def fail(self, key: TaskInstanceKey, info=None) -> None: """ Set fail state for the event. :param info: Executor information for the task instance :param key: Unique key for the task instance """ self.change_state(key, State.FAILED, info)
[docs] def success(self, key: TaskInstanceKey, info=None) -> None: """ Set success state for the event. :param info: Executor information for the task instance :param key: Unique key for the task instance """ self.change_state(key, State.SUCCESS, info)
[docs] def get_event_buffer(self, dag_ids=None) -> Dict[TaskInstanceKey, EventBufferValueType]: """ Returns and flush the event buffer. In case dag_ids is specified it will only return and flush events for the given dag_ids. Otherwise it returns and flushes all events. :param dag_ids: to dag_ids to return events for, if None returns all :return: a dict of events """ cleared_events: Dict[TaskInstanceKey, EventBufferValueType] = {} if dag_ids is None: cleared_events = self.event_buffer self.event_buffer = {} else: for ti_key in list(self.event_buffer.keys()): if ti_key.dag_id in dag_ids: cleared_events[ti_key] = self.event_buffer.pop(ti_key) return cleared_events
[docs] def execute_async( self, key: TaskInstanceKey, command: CommandType, queue: Optional[str] = None, executor_config: Optional[Any] = None, ) -> None: # pragma: no cover """ This method will execute the command asynchronously. :param key: Unique key for the task instance :param command: Command to run :param queue: name of the queue :param executor_config: Configuration passed to the executor. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] def end(self) -> None: # pragma: no cover """ This method is called when the caller is done submitting job and wants to wait synchronously for the job submitted previously to be all done. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] def terminate(self): """This method is called when the daemon receives a SIGTERM""" raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] def try_adopt_task_instances(self, tis: List[TaskInstance]) -> List[TaskInstance]: """ Try to adopt running task instances that have been abandoned by a SchedulerJob dying. Anything that is not adopted will be cleared by the scheduler (and then become eligible for re-scheduling) :return: any TaskInstances that were unable to be adopted :rtype: list[airflow.models.TaskInstance] """ # By default, assume Executors cannot adopt tasks, so just say we failed to adopt anything. # Subclasses can do better! return tis
[docs] def slots_available(self): """Number of new tasks this executor instance can accept""" if self.parallelism: return self.parallelism - len(self.running) - len(self.queued_tasks) else: return sys.maxsize
[docs] def validate_command(command: List[str]) -> None: """Check if the command to execute is airflow command""" if command[0:3] != ["airflow", "tasks", "run"]: raise ValueError('The command must start with ["airflow", "tasks", "run"].')
[docs] def debug_dump(self): """Called in response to SIGUSR2 by the scheduler""" "executor.queued (%d)\n\t%s", len(self.queued_tasks), "\n\t".join(map(repr, self.queued_tasks.items())), )"executor.running (%d)\n\t%s", len(self.running), "\n\t".join(map(repr, self.running))) "executor.event_buffer (%d)\n\t%s", len(self.event_buffer), "\n\t".join(map(repr, self.event_buffer.items())),

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