Source code for toil.batchSystems.mesos.test

import logging
import shutil
import subprocess
import threading
import time
from abc import ABCMeta, abstractmethod
from contextlib import closing
from shutil import which
from urllib.request import urlopen

from toil.lib.retry import retry
from toil.lib.threading import ExceptionalThread, cpu_count

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs] class MesosTestSupport: """Mixin for test cases that need a running Mesos master and agent on the local host."""
[docs] @retry(intervals=[1, 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128], log_message=(, 'Checking if Mesos is ready...')) def wait_for_master(self): with closing(urlopen('')) as content:
def _startMesos(self, numCores=None): if numCores is None: numCores = cpu_count() shutil.rmtree('/tmp/mesos', ignore_errors=True) self.master = self.MesosMasterThread(numCores) self.master.start() self.agent = self.MesosAgentThread(numCores) self.agent.start() # Bad Things will happen if the master is not yet ready when Toil tries to use it. self.wait_for_master()'Mesos is ready! Running test.') def _stopProcess(self, process, timeout=10) -> None: """Gracefully stop a process on a timeout, given the Popen object for the process.""" process.terminate() waited = 0 while waited < timeout and process.poll() is None: time.sleep(1) waited += 1 if process.poll() is None: # It didn't shut down gracefully log.warning('Forcibly killing child which ignored SIGTERM') process.kill() def _stopMesos(self): self._stopProcess(self.agent.popen) self.agent.join() self._stopProcess(self.master.popen) self.master.join()
[docs] class MesosThread(ExceptionalThread, metaclass=ABCMeta): lock = threading.Lock() def __init__(self, numCores): threading.Thread.__init__(self) self.numCores = numCores with self.lock: self.popen = subprocess.Popen(self.mesosCommand())
[docs] @abstractmethod def mesosCommand(self): raise NotImplementedError
[docs] def tryRun(self): self.popen.wait()'Exiting %s', self.__class__.__name__)
[docs] def findMesosBinary(self, names): if isinstance(names, str): # Handle a single string names = [names] for name in names: try: return which(name) except StopIteration: try: # Special case for users of PyCharm on OS X. This is where Homebrew installs # it. It's hard to set PATH for PyCharm (or any GUI app) on OS X so let's # make it easy for those poor souls. return which(name, path='/usr/local/sbin') except StopIteration: pass # If we get here, nothing we can use is present. We need to complain. if len(names) == 1: sought = "binary '%s'" % names[0] else: sought = 'any binary in %s' % str(names) raise RuntimeError("Cannot find %s. Make sure Mesos is installed " "and it's 'bin' directory is present on the PATH." % sought)
[docs] class MesosMasterThread(MesosThread):
[docs] def mesosCommand(self): return [self.findMesosBinary('mesos-master'), '--registry=in_memory', '--ip=', '--port=5050', '--allocation_interval=500ms']
[docs] class MesosAgentThread(MesosThread):
[docs] def mesosCommand(self): # NB: The --resources parameter forces this test to use a predictable number of # cores, independent of how many cores the system running the test actually has. # We also make sure to point it explicitly at the right temp work directory, and # to disable systemd support because we have to be root to make systemd make us # things and we probably aren't when testing. return [self.findMesosBinary(['mesos-agent']), '--ip=', '--master=', '--attributes=preemptible:False', '--resources=cpus(*):%i' % self.numCores, '--work_dir=/tmp/mesos', '--no-systemd_enable_support']