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Source code for galaxy.jobs.runners.local

Job runner plugin for executing jobs on the local system via the command line.
import datetime
import logging
import os
import subprocess
import tempfile
import threading
from time import sleep

from galaxy import model
from galaxy.job_execution.output_collect import default_exit_code_file
from galaxy.util import (
from . import (
from .util.process_groups import (

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

__all__ = ('LocalJobRunner', )

# TODO: Set to false and just get rid of this option. It would simplify this
# class nicely. -John

[docs]class LocalJobRunner(BaseJobRunner): """ Job runner backed by a finite pool of worker threads. FIFO scheduling """ runner_name = "LocalRunner"
[docs] def __init__(self, app, nworkers): """Start the job runner """ # create a local copy of os.environ to use as env for subprocess.Popen self._environ = os.environ.copy() self._proc_lock = threading.Lock() self._procs = [] # Set TEMP if a valid temp value is not already set if not ('TMPDIR' in self._environ or 'TEMP' in self._environ or 'TMP' in self._environ): self._environ['TEMP'] = os.path.abspath(tempfile.gettempdir()) super().__init__(app, nworkers) self._init_worker_threads()
def __command_line(self, job_wrapper): """ """ command_line = job_wrapper.runner_command_line # slots would be cleaner name, but don't want deployers to see examples and think it # is going to work with other job runners. slots = job_wrapper.job_destination.params.get("local_slots", None) or os.environ.get("GALAXY_SLOTS", None) if slots: slots_statement = 'GALAXY_SLOTS="%d"; export GALAXY_SLOTS; GALAXY_SLOTS_CONFIGURED="1"; export GALAXY_SLOTS_CONFIGURED;' % (int(slots)) else: slots_statement = 'GALAXY_SLOTS="1"; export GALAXY_SLOTS;' job_id = job_wrapper.get_id_tag() job_file = JobState.default_job_file(job_wrapper.working_directory, job_id) exit_code_path = default_exit_code_file(job_wrapper.working_directory, job_id) job_script_props = { 'slots_statement': slots_statement, 'command': command_line, 'exit_code_path': exit_code_path, 'working_directory': job_wrapper.working_directory, 'shell': job_wrapper.shell, } job_file_contents = self.get_job_file(job_wrapper, **job_script_props) self.write_executable_script(job_file, job_file_contents) return job_file, exit_code_path
[docs] def queue_job(self, job_wrapper): if not self._prepare_job_local(job_wrapper): return stderr = stdout = '' # command line has been added to the wrapper by prepare_job() job_file, exit_code_path = self.__command_line(job_wrapper) job_id = job_wrapper.get_id_tag() try: stdout_file = tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(mode='wb+', suffix='_stdout', dir=job_wrapper.working_directory) stderr_file = tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(mode='wb+', suffix='_stderr', dir=job_wrapper.working_directory) log.debug('({}) executing job script: {}'.format(job_id, job_file)) # The preexec_fn argument of Popen() is used to call os.setpgrp() in # the child process just before the child is executed. This will set # the PGID of the child process to its PID (i.e. ensures that it is # the root of its own process group instead of Galaxy's one). proc = subprocess.Popen(args=[job_file], cwd=job_wrapper.working_directory, stdout=stdout_file, stderr=stderr_file, env=self._environ, preexec_fn=os.setpgrp) proc.terminated_by_shutdown = False with self._proc_lock: self._procs.append(proc) try: job = job_wrapper.get_job() # Flush job with change_state. job_wrapper.set_external_id(proc.pid, job=job, flush=False) job_wrapper.change_state(model.Job.states.RUNNING, job=job) self._handle_container(job_wrapper, proc) terminated = self.__poll_if_needed(proc, job_wrapper, job_id) proc.wait() # reap if terminated: return elif check_pg(proc.pid): kill_pg(proc.pid) finally: with self._proc_lock: self._procs.remove(proc) if proc.terminated_by_shutdown: self._fail_job_local(job_wrapper, "job terminated by Galaxy shutdown") return stdout_file.seek(0) stderr_file.seek(0) stdout = self._job_io_for_db(stdout_file) stderr = self._job_io_for_db(stderr_file) stdout_file.close() stderr_file.close() log.debug('execution finished: %s' % job_file) except Exception: log.exception("failure running job %d", job_wrapper.job_id) self._fail_job_local(job_wrapper, "failure running job") return self._handle_metadata_if_needed(job_wrapper) job_destination = job_wrapper.job_destination job_state = JobState(job_wrapper, job_destination) job_state.exit_code_file = default_exit_code_file(job_wrapper.working_directory, job_id) job_state.stop_job = False self._finish_or_resubmit_job(job_state, stdout, stderr, job_id=job_id)
[docs] def stop_job(self, job_wrapper): # if our local job has JobExternalOutputMetadata associated, then our primary job has to have already finished job = job_wrapper.get_job() job_ext_output_metadata = job.get_external_output_metadata() try: pid = job_ext_output_metadata[0].job_runner_external_pid # every JobExternalOutputMetadata has a pid set, we just need to take from one of them assert pid not in [None, ''] except Exception: # metadata internal or job not complete yet pid = job.get_job_runner_external_id() if pid in [None, '']: log.warning("stop_job(): %s: no PID in database for job, unable to stop" % job.id) return pid = int(pid) if not check_pg(pid): log.warning("stop_job(): %s: Process group %d was already dead or can't be signaled" % (job.id, pid)) return log.debug('stop_job(): %s: Terminating process group %d', job.id, pid) kill_pg(pid)
[docs] def recover(self, job, job_wrapper): # local jobs can't be recovered job_wrapper.change_state(model.Job.states.ERROR, info="This job was killed when Galaxy was restarted. Please retry the job.")
[docs] def shutdown(self): super().shutdown() with self._proc_lock: for proc in self._procs: proc.terminated_by_shutdown = True kill_pg(proc.pid) proc.wait() # reap
def _fail_job_local(self, job_wrapper, message): job_destination = job_wrapper.job_destination job_state = JobState(job_wrapper, job_destination) job_state.fail_message = message job_state.stop_job = False self.fail_job(job_state, exception=True) def _handle_metadata_if_needed(self, job_wrapper): if not self._embed_metadata(job_wrapper): self._handle_metadata_externally(job_wrapper, resolve_requirements=True) def _embed_metadata(self, job_wrapper): job_destination = job_wrapper.job_destination embed_metadata = asbool(job_destination.params.get("embed_metadata_in_job", DEFAULT_EMBED_METADATA_IN_JOB)) return embed_metadata def _prepare_job_local(self, job_wrapper): return self.prepare_job(job_wrapper, include_metadata=self._embed_metadata(job_wrapper)) def _handle_container(self, job_wrapper, proc): if not job_wrapper.tool.produces_entry_points: return while check_pg(proc.pid): if job_wrapper.check_for_entry_points(check_already_configured=False): return sleep(0.5) def __poll_if_needed(self, proc, job_wrapper, job_id): # Only poll if needed (i.e. job limits are set) if not job_wrapper.has_limits(): return job_start = datetime.datetime.now() i = 0 pgid = proc.pid # Iterate until the process exits, periodically checking its limits while check_pg(pgid): i += 1 if (i % 20) == 0: limit_state = job_wrapper.check_limits(runtime=datetime.datetime.now() - job_start) if limit_state is not None: job_wrapper.fail(limit_state[1]) log.debug('(%s) Terminating process group %d', job_id, pgid) kill_pg(pgid) return True else: sleep(DEFAULT_POOL_SLEEP_TIME)