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Source code for dramatiq.middleware.shutdown

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import threading
import warnings

from ..logging import get_logger
from .middleware import Middleware
from .threading import Interrupt, current_platform, raise_thread_exception, supported_platforms


[docs]class Shutdown(Interrupt): """Exception used to interrupt worker threads when their worker processes have been signaled for termination. """
[docs]class ShutdownNotifications(Middleware): """Middleware that interrupts actors whose worker process has been signaled for termination. Currently, this is only available on CPython. Note: This works by setting an async exception in the worker thread that runs the actor. This means that the exception will only get called the next time that thread acquires the GIL. Concretely, this means that this middleware can't cancel system calls. Parameters: notify_shutdown(bool): When true, the actor will be interrupted if the worker process was terminated. """ def __init__(self, notify_shutdown=False): self.logger = get_logger(__name__, type(self)) self.notify_shutdown = notify_shutdown self.notifications = set() @property def actor_options(self): return {"notify_shutdown"} def should_notify(self, actor, message): notify = message.options.get("notify_shutdown") if notify is None: notify = actor.options.get("notify_shutdown") if notify is None: notify = self.notify_shutdown return bool(notify) def after_process_boot(self, broker): if current_platform not in supported_platforms: # pragma: no cover msg = "ShutdownNotifications cannot kill threads on your current platform (%r)." warnings.warn(msg % current_platform, category=RuntimeWarning, stacklevel=2) def before_worker_shutdown(self, broker, worker): self.logger.debug("Sending shutdown notification to worker threads...") for thread_id in self.notifications: self.logger.info("Worker shutdown notification. Raising exception in worker thread %r.", thread_id) raise_thread_exception(thread_id, Shutdown) def before_process_message(self, broker, message): actor = broker.get_actor(message.actor_name) if self.should_notify(actor, message): self.notifications.add(threading.get_ident()) def after_process_message(self, broker, message, *, result=None, exception=None): thread_id = threading.get_ident() if thread_id in self.notifications: self.notifications.remove(thread_id) after_skip_message = after_process_message