Source code for airflow.executors.sequential_executor

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.. seealso::
    For more information on how the SequentialExecutor works, take a look at the guide:
from __future__ import annotations

import subprocess
from typing import Any

from airflow.executors.base_executor import BaseExecutor, CommandType
from airflow.models.taskinstance import TaskInstanceKey
from airflow.utils.state import State

[docs]class SequentialExecutor(BaseExecutor): """ This executor will only run one task instance at a time, can be used for debugging. It is also the only executor that can be used with sqlite since sqlite doesn't support multiple connections. Since we want airflow to work out of the box, it defaults to this SequentialExecutor alongside sqlite as you first install it. """ def __init__(self): super().__init__() self.commands_to_run = []
[docs] def execute_async( self, key: TaskInstanceKey, command: CommandType, queue: str | None = None, executor_config: Any | None = None, ) -> None: self.validate_airflow_tasks_run_command(command) self.commands_to_run.append((key, command))
[docs] def sync(self) -> None: for key, command in self.commands_to_run:"Executing command: %s", command) try: subprocess.check_call(command, close_fds=True) self.change_state(key, State.SUCCESS) except subprocess.CalledProcessError as e: self.change_state(key, State.FAILED) self.log.error("Failed to execute task %s.", str(e)) self.commands_to_run = []
[docs] def end(self): """End the executor.""" self.heartbeat()
[docs] def terminate(self): """Terminate the executor is not doing anything."""

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