Source code for arq.connections

import asyncio
import functools
import logging
from dataclasses import dataclass
from datetime import datetime, timedelta
from operator import attrgetter
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, Any, Callable, List, Optional, Tuple, Union
from urllib.parse import parse_qs, urlparse
from uuid import uuid4

from redis.asyncio import ConnectionPool, Redis
from redis.asyncio.sentinel import Sentinel
from redis.exceptions import RedisError, WatchError

from .constants import default_queue_name, expires_extra_ms, job_key_prefix, result_key_prefix
from .jobs import Deserializer, Job, JobDef, JobResult, Serializer, deserialize_job, serialize_job
from .utils import timestamp_ms, to_ms, to_unix_ms

logger = logging.getLogger('arq.connections')

[docs]@dataclass class RedisSettings: """ No-Op class used to hold redis connection redis_settings. Used by :func:`arq.connections.create_pool` and :class:`arq.worker.Worker`. """ host: Union[str, List[Tuple[str, int]]] = 'localhost' port: int = 6379 unix_socket_path: Optional[str] = None database: int = 0 username: Optional[str] = None password: Optional[str] = None ssl: bool = False ssl_keyfile: Optional[str] = None ssl_certfile: Optional[str] = None ssl_cert_reqs: str = 'required' ssl_ca_certs: Optional[str] = None ssl_ca_data: Optional[str] = None ssl_check_hostname: bool = False conn_timeout: int = 1 conn_retries: int = 5 conn_retry_delay: int = 1 sentinel: bool = False sentinel_master: str = 'mymaster' @classmethod def from_dsn(cls, dsn: str) -> 'RedisSettings': conf = urlparse(dsn) assert conf.scheme in {'redis', 'rediss', 'unix'}, 'invalid DSN scheme' query_db = parse_qs(conf.query).get('db') if query_db: # e.g. redis://localhost:6379?db=1 database = int(query_db[0]) else: database = int(conf.path.lstrip('/')) if conf.path else 0 return RedisSettings( host=conf.hostname or 'localhost', port=conf.port or 6379, ssl=conf.scheme == 'rediss', username=conf.username, password=conf.password, database=database, unix_socket_path=conf.path if conf.scheme == 'unix' else None, ) def __repr__(self) -> str: return 'RedisSettings({})'.format(', '.join(f'{k}={v!r}' for k, v in self.__dict__.items()))
if TYPE_CHECKING: BaseRedis = Redis[bytes] else: BaseRedis = Redis
[docs]class ArqRedis(BaseRedis): """ Thin subclass of ``redis.asyncio.Redis`` which adds :func:`arq.connections.enqueue_job`. :param redis_settings: an instance of ``arq.connections.RedisSettings``. :param job_serializer: a function that serializes Python objects to bytes, defaults to pickle.dumps :param job_deserializer: a function that deserializes bytes into Python objects, defaults to pickle.loads :param default_queue_name: the default queue name to use, defaults to ``arq.queue``. :param expires_extra_ms: the default length of time from when a job is expected to start after which the job expires, defaults to 1 day in ms. :param kwargs: keyword arguments directly passed to ``redis.asyncio.Redis``. """ def __init__( self, pool_or_conn: Optional[ConnectionPool] = None, job_serializer: Optional[Serializer] = None, job_deserializer: Optional[Deserializer] = None, default_queue_name: str = default_queue_name, expires_extra_ms: int = expires_extra_ms, **kwargs: Any, ) -> None: self.job_serializer = job_serializer self.job_deserializer = job_deserializer self.default_queue_name = default_queue_name if pool_or_conn: kwargs['connection_pool'] = pool_or_conn self.expires_extra_ms = expires_extra_ms super().__init__(**kwargs)
[docs] async def enqueue_job( self, function: str, *args: Any, _job_id: Optional[str] = None, _queue_name: Optional[str] = None, _defer_until: Optional[datetime] = None, _defer_by: Union[None, int, float, timedelta] = None, _expires: Union[None, int, float, timedelta] = None, _job_try: Optional[int] = None, **kwargs: Any, ) -> Optional[Job]: """ Enqueue a job. :param function: Name of the function to call :param args: args to pass to the function :param _job_id: ID of the job, can be used to enforce job uniqueness :param _queue_name: queue of the job, can be used to create job in different queue :param _defer_until: datetime at which to run the job :param _defer_by: duration to wait before running the job :param _expires: do not start or retry a job after this duration; defaults to 24 hours plus deferring time, if any :param _job_try: useful when re-enqueueing jobs within a job :param kwargs: any keyword arguments to pass to the function :return: :class:`` instance or ``None`` if a job with this ID already exists """ if _queue_name is None: _queue_name = self.default_queue_name job_id = _job_id or uuid4().hex job_key = job_key_prefix + job_id assert not (_defer_until and _defer_by), "use either 'defer_until' or 'defer_by' or neither, not both" defer_by_ms = to_ms(_defer_by) expires_ms = to_ms(_expires) async with self.pipeline(transaction=True) as pipe: await if await pipe.exists(job_key, result_key_prefix + job_id): await pipe.reset() return None enqueue_time_ms = timestamp_ms() if _defer_until is not None: score = to_unix_ms(_defer_until) elif defer_by_ms: score = enqueue_time_ms + defer_by_ms else: score = enqueue_time_ms expires_ms = expires_ms or score - enqueue_time_ms + self.expires_extra_ms job = serialize_job(function, args, kwargs, _job_try, enqueue_time_ms, serializer=self.job_serializer) pipe.multi() pipe.psetex(job_key, expires_ms, job) # type: ignore[no-untyped-call] pipe.zadd(_queue_name, {job_id: score}) # type: ignore[unused-coroutine] try: await pipe.execute() except WatchError: # job got enqueued since we checked 'job_exists' return None return Job(job_id, redis=self, _queue_name=_queue_name, _deserializer=self.job_deserializer)
async def _get_job_result(self, key: bytes) -> JobResult: job_id = key[len(result_key_prefix) :].decode() job = Job(job_id, self, _deserializer=self.job_deserializer) r = await job.result_info() if r is None: raise KeyError(f'job "{key.decode()}" not found') r.job_id = job_id return r
[docs] async def all_job_results(self) -> List[JobResult]: """ Get results for all jobs in redis. """ keys = await self.keys(result_key_prefix + '*') results = await asyncio.gather(*[self._get_job_result(k) for k in keys]) return sorted(results, key=attrgetter('enqueue_time'))
async def _get_job_def(self, job_id: bytes, score: int) -> JobDef: key = job_key_prefix + job_id.decode() v = await self.get(key) assert v is not None, f'job "{key}" not found' jd = deserialize_job(v, deserializer=self.job_deserializer) jd.score = score return jd
[docs] async def queued_jobs(self, *, queue_name: str = default_queue_name) -> List[JobDef]: """ Get information about queued, mostly useful when testing. """ jobs = await self.zrange(queue_name, withscores=True, start=0, end=-1) return await asyncio.gather(*[self._get_job_def(job_id, int(score)) for job_id, score in jobs])
[docs]async def create_pool( settings_: RedisSettings = None, *, retry: int = 0, job_serializer: Optional[Serializer] = None, job_deserializer: Optional[Deserializer] = None, default_queue_name: str = default_queue_name, expires_extra_ms: int = expires_extra_ms, ) -> ArqRedis: """ Create a new redis pool, retrying up to ``conn_retries`` times if the connection fails. Returns a :class:`arq.connections.ArqRedis` instance, thus allowing job enqueuing. """ settings: RedisSettings = RedisSettings() if settings_ is None else settings_ assert not ( type( is str and settings.sentinel ), "str provided for 'host' but 'sentinel' is true; list of sentinels expected" if settings.sentinel: def pool_factory(*args: Any, **kwargs: Any) -> ArqRedis: client = Sentinel( # type: ignore[misc] *args,, ssl=settings.ssl, **kwargs, ) return client.master_for(settings.sentinel_master, redis_class=ArqRedis) else: pool_factory = functools.partial( ArqRedis,, port=settings.port, unix_socket_path=settings.unix_socket_path, socket_connect_timeout=settings.conn_timeout, ssl=settings.ssl, ssl_keyfile=settings.ssl_keyfile, ssl_certfile=settings.ssl_certfile, ssl_cert_reqs=settings.ssl_cert_reqs, ssl_ca_certs=settings.ssl_ca_certs, ssl_ca_data=settings.ssl_ca_data, ssl_check_hostname=settings.ssl_check_hostname, ) while True: try: pool = pool_factory( db=settings.database, username=settings.username, password=settings.password, encoding='utf8' ) pool.job_serializer = job_serializer pool.job_deserializer = job_deserializer pool.default_queue_name = default_queue_name pool.expires_extra_ms = expires_extra_ms await except (ConnectionError, OSError, RedisError, asyncio.TimeoutError) as e: if retry < settings.conn_retries: logger.warning( 'redis connection error %s:%s %s %s, %d retries remaining...',, settings.port, e.__class__.__name__, e, settings.conn_retries - retry, ) await asyncio.sleep(settings.conn_retry_delay) retry = retry + 1 else: raise else: if retry > 0:'redis connection successful') return pool
async def log_redis_info(redis: 'Redis[bytes]', log_func: Callable[[str], Any]) -> None: async with redis.pipeline(transaction=False) as pipe:'Server') # type: ignore[unused-coroutine]'Memory') # type: ignore[unused-coroutine]'Clients') # type: ignore[unused-coroutine] pipe.dbsize() # type: ignore[unused-coroutine] info_server, info_memory, info_clients, key_count = await pipe.execute() redis_version = info_server.get('redis_version', '?') mem_usage = info_memory.get('used_memory_human', '?') clients_connected = info_clients.get('connected_clients', '?') log_func( f'redis_version={redis_version} ' f'mem_usage={mem_usage} ' f'clients_connected={clients_connected} ' f'db_keys={key_count}' )