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The module containing the classes describing the targets.

from abc import ABCMeta, abstractmethod
from collections import deque, namedtuple
from import Sequence
import datetime
import platform
import psutil
import time
import threading
from typing import Dict, List, Union
import subprocess

from .. import exceptions
from import Plugin
from ..helpers import log, shellescape

SystemUsageInfo = namedtuple('SystemUsageInfo', ['timestamp',

[docs]class TargetResult:
[docs] def __init__(self, return_code: int, stdout: Union[str, bytes], stderr: Union[str, bytes], command: List[Union[str, bytes]], resource_usage: List[SystemUsageInfo], time_elapsed: int ): """ Class to formalize the resulting data of a Target :param return_code: the return code of the process :param stdout: the stdout generated by the process :param stderr: the stderr generated by the process :param command: the command executed :param resource_usage: the resource use during execution :param time_elapsed: time used (in seconds) """ self.return_code = return_code self.stdout = stdout if isinstance(stdout, str) else stdout.decode('utf-8') self.stderr = stderr if isinstance(stderr, str) else stderr.decode('utf-8') self.command = command self.resource_usage = resource_usage self.time_elapsed = time_elapsed
[docs] def as_dict(self) -> Dict[str, Union[int, str, List]]: """ A dictionary of the data in the object (meant for serialization) """ return { "return_code": self.return_code, "stdout": self.stdout, "stderr": self.stderr, "command": self.command, "resource_usage": self.resource_usage, "time_elapsed": self.time_elapsed, }
[docs]class ProcessUsageCollection(Sequence): # It has to be defined in module for pickling purposes usage_type = SystemUsageInfo
[docs] def __init__(self): self.seconds_info = deque() self.minutes_info = []
[docs] def __len__(self): return len(self.seconds_info) + len(self.minutes_info)
[docs] def __getitem__(self, item): # First look in minutes, then in seconds if item < len(self.minutes_info): return self.minutes_info[item]._asdict() else: return self.seconds_info[item - len(self.minutes_info)]._asdict()
[docs] def append(self, value): if not isinstance(value, self.usage_type): raise ValueError('Cannot add a non {}.usage_type'.format(type(self).__name__)) self.seconds_info.append(value) if len(self.seconds_info) >= 120: self.aggregate(60)
[docs] def aggregate(self, number_of_points): oldest_data = [self.seconds_info.popleft() for _ in range(number_of_points)] timestamp = oldest_data[-1].timestamp cpu_percent = sum(x.cpu_percent for x in oldest_data) / len(oldest_data) vmem = max(x.vmem for x in oldest_data) rmem = max(x.rmem for x in oldest_data) read_bytes = oldest_data[-1].read_bytes write_bytes = oldest_data[-1].write_bytes self.minutes_info.append(self.usage_type(timestamp=timestamp, cpu_percent=cpu_percent, vmem=vmem, rmem=rmem, read_bytes=read_bytes, write_bytes=write_bytes))
[docs]class Target(Plugin, metaclass=ABCMeta): """ The abstract base class for all targets. Execution with a target should follow the following pattern: >>> with Target() as target: ... target.run_commmand(['sleep', '10']) The Target context operator will set the correct paths/initialization. Within the context command can be ran and when leaving the context the target reverts the state before. """ # Monitor interval for profiling _MONITOR_INTERVAL = 1.0
[docs] def __enter__(self): """ Set the environment in such a way that the target will be on the path. """ return self
[docs] def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_value, traceback): """ Cleanup the environment where needed """
[docs] @abstractmethod def run_command(self, command: List) -> TargetResult: """ Run a command with the target """
[docs] @classmethod def test(cls): """ Test the plugin, interfaces do not need to be tested on import """ pass
[docs]class SubprocessBasedTarget(Target): """ Abstract based class for targets which call the target via a subprocess. Supplies a call_subprocess which executes the command and profiles the resulting subprocess. """
[docs] def call_subprocess(self, command: List) -> TargetResult: """ Call a subprocess with logging/timing/profiling :param list command: the command to execute :return: execution info :rtype: dict """ sysuse = ProcessUsageCollection() start_time = time.time()'Calling command arguments: {}'.format(command)) printable_command = [] for item in command: printable_command.append(shellescape.quote_argument(item))'Calling command: {}'.format(' '.join(printable_command))) try: process = subprocess.Popen(command, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.PIPE, universal_newlines=True) except OSError as exception: if exception.errno == 2: raise exceptions.FastrExecutableNotFoundError(command[0]) elif exception.errno == 13: # Permission denied raise exceptions.FastrNotExecutableError('Cannot execute {}, permission denied!'.format(command[0])) else: raise exception monitor_thread = threading.Thread(target=self.monitor_process, name='SubprocessMonitor', args=(process, sysuse)) # Make sure this Thread does not block exiting the script monitor_thread.daemon = True monitor_thread.start() stdout, stderr = process.communicate() return_code = process.poll() end_time = time.time() if monitor_thread.is_alive(): monitor_thread.join(2 * self._MONITOR_INTERVAL) if monitor_thread.is_alive(): log.warning('Ignoring unresponsive monitor thread!') return TargetResult( return_code=return_code, stdout=stdout, stderr=stderr, command=command, resource_usage=list(sysuse), time_elapsed=end_time - start_time )
[docs] def monitor_process(self, process, resources): """ Monitor a process and profile the cpu, memory and io use. Register the resource use every _MONITOR_INTERVAL seconds. :param subproces.Popen process: process to monitor :param ProcessUsageCollection resources: list to append measurements to """ psproc = psutil.Process( current_platform = platform.system().lower() # Loop initialization # Get rid of meaningless 0.0 at start psproc.cpu_percent() last_timestamp = datetime.datetime.utcnow() while process.poll() is None: try: # The sleep duration is adapted to loop duration so aggregation will not cause # extended intervals sleep_duration = self._MONITOR_INTERVAL - (datetime.datetime.utcnow() - last_timestamp).total_seconds() sleep_duration = 0.0 if sleep_duration < 0.0 else sleep_duration time.sleep(sleep_duration) # Get process usage information memory_info = psproc.memory_info() if current_platform == 'darwin': io_read = None io_write = None else: try: io_info = psproc.io_counters() io_read = io_info.read_bytes io_write = io_info.write_bytes except psutil.AccessDenied: io_read = None io_write = None last_timestamp = datetime.datetime.utcnow() usage = resources.usage_type(timestamp=last_timestamp.isoformat(), cpu_percent=psproc.cpu_percent(), vmem=memory_info.vms, rmem=memory_info.rss, read_bytes=io_read, write_bytes=io_write) resources.append(usage) except psutil.Error: # If the error occured because during the interval of meassuring the CPU use # the process stopped, we do not mind if process.poll() is None: raise