Source code for cobald.daemon.runners.asyncio_runner

from typing import Callable, Awaitable, Coroutine, Set
import asyncio

from .base_runner import BaseRunner, OrphanedReturn

[docs] class AsyncioRunner(BaseRunner): """ Runner for coroutines with :py:mod:`asyncio` All active payloads are actively cancelled when the runner is closed. """ flavour = asyncio # This runner directly uses asyncio.Task to run payloads. # To detect errors, each payload is wrapped; errors and unexpected return values # are pushed to a queue from which the main task re-raises. # Tasks are registered in a container to allow cancelling them. The payload wrapper # takes care of adding/removing tasks. def __init__(self, asyncio_loop: asyncio.AbstractEventLoop): super().__init__(asyncio_loop) self._tasks: Set[asyncio.Task] = set() self._payload_failure = asyncio_loop.create_future()
[docs] def register_payload(self, payload: Callable[[], Awaitable]): self.asyncio_loop.call_soon_threadsafe(self._setup_payload, payload)
[docs] def run_payload(self, payload: Callable[[], Coroutine]): future = asyncio.run_coroutine_threadsafe(payload(), self.asyncio_loop) return future.result()
def _setup_payload(self, payload: Callable[[], Awaitable]): task = self.asyncio_loop.create_task(self._monitor_payload(payload)) self._tasks.add(task) async def _monitor_payload(self, payload: Callable[[], Awaitable]): try: result = await payload() except (asyncio.CancelledError, KeyboardInterrupt): raise except BaseException as e: # noqa: B036 failure = e else: if result is None: return failure = OrphanedReturn(payload, result) self._tasks.discard(asyncio.current_task()) if not self._payload_failure.done(): self._payload_failure.set_exception(failure)
[docs] async def manage_payloads(self): await self._payload_failure
[docs] async def aclose(self): if self._stopped.is_set() and not self._tasks: return # let the manage task wake up and exit if not self._payload_failure.done(): self._payload_failure.set_result(None) while self._tasks: for task in self._tasks.copy(): if task.done(): self._tasks.discard(task) # monitored tasks only propagate cancellation and KeyboardInterrupt # KeyboardInterrupt will abort the asyncio loop but mark the task # as exceptionally terminated – we explicitly fetch the exception # to mark it as retrieved/handled and avoid warnings. if not task.cancelled(): task.exception() else: task.cancel() await asyncio.sleep(0.1)