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# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this file,
# You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
# mozprocess is typically used as an alternative to the python subprocess module.
# It has been used in many Mozilla test harnesses with some success -- but also
# with on-going concerns, especially regarding reliability and exception handling.
#
# New code should try to use the standard subprocess module, and only use
# mozprocess if absolutely necessary.
from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals
import codecs
import errno
import io
import os
import signal
import subprocess
import sys
import threading
import traceback
from datetime import datetime
import six
import time
if six.PY2:
from Queue import Queue, Empty # Python 2
else:
from queue import Queue, Empty # Python 3
__all__ = [
"ProcessHandlerMixin",
"ProcessHandler",
"LogOutput",
"StoreOutput",
"StreamOutput",
]
# Set the MOZPROCESS_DEBUG environment variable to 1 to see some debugging output
MOZPROCESS_DEBUG = os.getenv("MOZPROCESS_DEBUG")
INTERVAL_PROCESS_ALIVE_CHECK = 0.02
# We dont use mozinfo because it is expensive to import, see bug 933558.
isWin = os.name == "nt"
isPosix = os.name == "posix" # includes MacOS X
if isWin:
from ctypes import sizeof, addressof, c_ulong, byref, WinError, c_longlong
from . import winprocess
from .qijo import (
JobObjectAssociateCompletionPortInformation,
JOBOBJECT_ASSOCIATE_COMPLETION_PORT,
JobObjectExtendedLimitInformation,
JOBOBJECT_BASIC_LIMIT_INFORMATION,
JOBOBJECT_EXTENDED_LIMIT_INFORMATION,
IO_COUNTERS,
)
class ProcessHandlerMixin(object):
"""
A class for launching and manipulating local processes.
:param cmd: command to run. May be a string or a list. If specified as a list, the first
element will be interpreted as the command, and all additional elements will be interpreted
as arguments to that command.
:param args: list of arguments to pass to the command (defaults to None). Must not be set when
`cmd` is specified as a list.
:param cwd: working directory for command (defaults to None).
:param env: is the environment to use for the process (defaults to os.environ).
:param ignore_children: causes system to ignore child processes when True,
defaults to False (which tracks child processes).
:param kill_on_timeout: when True, the process will be killed when a timeout is reached.
When False, the caller is responsible for killing the process.
Failure to do so could cause a call to wait() to hang indefinitely. (Defaults to True.)
:param processOutputLine: function or list of functions to be called for
each line of output produced by the process (defaults to an empty
list).
:param processStderrLine: function or list of functions to be called
for each line of error output - stderr - produced by the process
(defaults to an empty list). If this is not specified, stderr lines
will be sent to the *processOutputLine* callbacks.
:param onTimeout: function or list of functions to be called when the process times out.
:param onFinish: function or list of functions to be called when the process terminates
normally without timing out.
:param kwargs: additional keyword args to pass directly into Popen.
NOTE: Child processes will be tracked by default. If for any reason
we are unable to track child processes and ignore_children is set to False,
then we will fall back to only tracking the root process. The fallback
will be logged.
"""
class Process(subprocess.Popen):
"""
Represents our view of a subprocess.
It adds a kill() method which allows it to be stopped explicitly.
"""
MAX_IOCOMPLETION_PORT_NOTIFICATION_DELAY = 180
MAX_PROCESS_KILL_DELAY = 30
TIMEOUT_BEFORE_SIGKILL = 1.0
def __init__(
self,
args,
bufsize=0,
executable=None,
stdin=None,
stdout=None,
stderr=None,
preexec_fn=None,
close_fds=False,
shell=False,
cwd=None,
env=None,
universal_newlines=False,
startupinfo=None,
creationflags=0,
ignore_children=False,
encoding="utf-8",
):
# Parameter for whether or not we should attempt to track child processes
self._ignore_children = ignore_children
self._job = None
self._io_port = None
if not self._ignore_children and not isWin:
# Set the process group id for linux systems
# Sets process group id to the pid of the parent process
# NOTE: This prevents you from using preexec_fn and managing
# child processes, TODO: Ideally, find a way around this
def setpgidfn():
os.setpgid(0, 0)
preexec_fn = setpgidfn
kwargs = {
"bufsize": bufsize,
"executable": executable,
"stdin": stdin,
"stdout": stdout,
"stderr": stderr,
"preexec_fn": preexec_fn,
"close_fds": close_fds,
"shell": shell,
"cwd": cwd,
"env": env,
"startupinfo": startupinfo,
"creationflags": creationflags,
}
if six.PY2:
kwargs["universal_newlines"] = universal_newlines
if six.PY3 and sys.version_info.minor >= 6 and universal_newlines:
kwargs["universal_newlines"] = universal_newlines
kwargs["encoding"] = encoding
try:
subprocess.Popen.__init__(self, args, **kwargs)
except OSError:
print(args, file=sys.stderr)
raise
# We need to support Python 3.5 for now, which doesn't support the
# "encoding" argument to the Popen constructor. For now, emulate it
# by patching the streams so that they return consistent values.
# This can be removed once we remove support for Python 3.5.
if six.PY3 and sys.version_info.minor == 5 and universal_newlines:
if self.stdin is not None:
self.stdin = io.TextIOWrapper(self.stdin, encoding=encoding)
if self.stdout is not None:
self.stdout = io.TextIOWrapper(self.stdout, encoding=encoding)
if self.stderr is not None:
self.stderr = io.TextIOWrapper(self.stderr, encoding=encoding)
def debug(self, msg):
if not MOZPROCESS_DEBUG:
return
thread = threading.current_thread().name
print("DBG::MOZPROC PID:{} ({}) | {}".format(self.pid, thread, msg))
def __del__(self):
if isWin:
if six.PY2:
_maxint = sys.maxint
else:
_maxint = sys.maxsize
handle = getattr(self, "_handle", None)
if handle:
self._internal_poll(_deadstate=_maxint)
if handle or self._job or self._io_port:
self._cleanup()
else:
subprocess.Popen.__del__(self)
def kill(self, sig=None, timeout=None):
if isWin:
try:
if not self._ignore_children and self._handle and self._job:
self.debug("calling TerminateJobObject")
winprocess.TerminateJobObject(
self._job, winprocess.ERROR_CONTROL_C_EXIT
)
elif self._handle:
self.debug("calling TerminateProcess")
winprocess.TerminateProcess(
self._handle, winprocess.ERROR_CONTROL_C_EXIT
)
except WindowsError:
self._cleanup()
traceback.print_exc()
raise OSError("Could not terminate process")
else:
def send_sig(sig, retries=0):
pid = self.detached_pid or self.pid
if not self._ignore_children:
try:
os.killpg(pid, sig)
except BaseException as e:
# On Mac OSX if the process group contains zombie
# processes, killpg results in an EPERM.
# In this case, zombie processes need to be reaped
# before continuing
# Note: A negative pid refers to the entire process
# group
if retries < 1 and getattr(e, "errno", None) == errno.EPERM:
try:
os.waitpid(-pid, 0)
finally:
return send_sig(sig, retries + 1)
# ESRCH is a "no such process" failure, which is fine because the
# application might already have been terminated itself. Any other
# error would indicate a problem in killing the process.
if getattr(e, "errno", None) != errno.ESRCH:
print(
"Could not terminate process: %s" % self.pid,
file=sys.stderr,
)
raise
else:
os.kill(pid, sig)
if sig is None and isPosix:
# ask the process for termination and wait a bit
send_sig(signal.SIGTERM)
limit = time.time() + self.TIMEOUT_BEFORE_SIGKILL
while time.time() <= limit:
if self.poll() is not None:
# process terminated nicely
break
time.sleep(INTERVAL_PROCESS_ALIVE_CHECK)
else:
# process did not terminate - send SIGKILL to force
send_sig(signal.SIGKILL)
else:
# a signal was explicitly set or not posix
send_sig(sig or signal.SIGKILL)
self.returncode = self.wait(timeout)
self._cleanup()
return self.returncode
def poll(self):
"""Popen.poll
Check if child process has terminated. Set and return returncode attribute.
"""
# If we have a handle, the process is alive
if isWin and getattr(self, "_handle", None):
return None
return subprocess.Popen.poll(self)
def wait(self, timeout=None):
"""Popen.wait
Called to wait for a running process to shut down and return
its exit code
Returns the main process's exit code
"""
# This call will be different for each OS
self.returncode = self._custom_wait(timeout=timeout)
self._cleanup()
return self.returncode
""" Private Members of Process class """
if isWin:
# Redefine the execute child so that we can track process groups
def _execute_child(self, *args_tuple):
# workaround for bug 1670130
if sys.hexversion >= 0x03090000: # after 3.9.0
(
args,
executable,
preexec_fn,
close_fds,
pass_fds,
cwd,
env,
startupinfo,
creationflags,
shell,
p2cread,
p2cwrite,
c2pread,
c2pwrite,
errread,
errwrite,
restore_signals,
gid,
gids,
uid,
umask,
start_new_session,
) = args_tuple
elif six.PY3:
(
args,
executable,
preexec_fn,
close_fds,
pass_fds,
cwd,
env,
startupinfo,
creationflags,
shell,
p2cread,
p2cwrite,
c2pread,
c2pwrite,
errread,
errwrite,
restore_signals,
start_new_session,
) = args_tuple
# workaround for bug 950894
elif sys.hexversion < 0x02070600: # prior to 2.7.6
(
args,
executable,
preexec_fn,
close_fds,
cwd,
env,
universal_newlines,
startupinfo,
creationflags,
shell,
p2cread,
p2cwrite,
c2pread,
c2pwrite,
errread,
errwrite,
) = args_tuple
to_close = set()
else: # 2.7.6 and later
(
args,
executable,
preexec_fn,
close_fds,
cwd,
env,
universal_newlines,
startupinfo,
creationflags,
shell,
to_close,
p2cread,
p2cwrite,
c2pread,
c2pwrite,
errread,
errwrite,
) = args_tuple
if not isinstance(args, six.string_types):
args = subprocess.list2cmdline(args)
# Always or in the create new process group
creationflags |= winprocess.CREATE_NEW_PROCESS_GROUP
if startupinfo is None:
startupinfo = winprocess.STARTUPINFO()
if None not in (p2cread, c2pwrite, errwrite):
startupinfo.dwFlags |= winprocess.STARTF_USESTDHANDLES
startupinfo.hStdInput = int(p2cread)
startupinfo.hStdOutput = int(c2pwrite)
startupinfo.hStdError = int(errwrite)
if shell:
startupinfo.dwFlags |= winprocess.STARTF_USESHOWWINDOW
startupinfo.wShowWindow = winprocess.SW_HIDE
comspec = os.environ.get("COMSPEC", "cmd.exe")
args = comspec + " /c " + args
# Determine if we can create a job or create nested jobs.
can_create_job = winprocess.CanCreateJobObject()
can_nest_jobs = self._can_nest_jobs()
# Ensure we write a warning message if we are falling back
if not (can_create_job or can_nest_jobs) and not self._ignore_children:
# We can't create job objects AND the user wanted us to
# Warn the user about this.
print(
"ProcessManager UNABLE to use job objects to manage "
"child processes",
file=sys.stderr,
)
# set process creation flags
creationflags |= winprocess.CREATE_SUSPENDED
creationflags |= winprocess.CREATE_UNICODE_ENVIRONMENT
if can_create_job:
creationflags |= winprocess.CREATE_BREAKAWAY_FROM_JOB
if not (can_create_job or can_nest_jobs):
# Since we've warned, we just log info here to inform you
# of the consequence of setting ignore_children = True
print("ProcessManager NOT managing child processes")
# create the process
hp, ht, pid, tid = winprocess.CreateProcess(
executable,
args,
None,
None, # No special security
1, # Must inherit handles!
creationflags,
winprocess.EnvironmentBlock(env),
cwd,
startupinfo,
)
self._child_created = True
self._handle = hp
self._thread = ht
self.pid = pid
self.tid = tid
if not self._ignore_children and (can_create_job or can_nest_jobs):
try:
# We create a new job for this process, so that we can kill
# the process and any sub-processes
# Create the IO Completion Port
self._io_port = winprocess.CreateIoCompletionPort()
self._job = winprocess.CreateJobObject()
# Now associate the io comp port and the job object
joacp = JOBOBJECT_ASSOCIATE_COMPLETION_PORT(
winprocess.COMPKEY_JOBOBJECT, self._io_port
)
winprocess.SetInformationJobObject(
self._job,
JobObjectAssociateCompletionPortInformation,
addressof(joacp),
sizeof(joacp),
)
# Allow subprocesses to break away from us - necessary when
# Firefox restarts, or flash with protected mode
limit_flags = winprocess.JOB_OBJECT_LIMIT_KILL_ON_JOB_CLOSE
if not can_nest_jobs:
# This allows sandbox processes to create their own job,
# and is necessary to set for older versions of Windows
# without nested job support.
limit_flags |= winprocess.JOB_OBJECT_LIMIT_BREAKAWAY_OK
jbli = JOBOBJECT_BASIC_LIMIT_INFORMATION(
c_longlong(0), # per process time limit (ignored)
c_longlong(0), # per job user time limit (ignored)
limit_flags,
0, # min working set (ignored)
0, # max working set (ignored)
0, # active process limit (ignored)
None, # affinity (ignored)
0, # Priority class (ignored)
0, # Scheduling class (ignored)
)
iocntr = IO_COUNTERS()
jeli = JOBOBJECT_EXTENDED_LIMIT_INFORMATION(
jbli, # basic limit info struct
iocntr, # io_counters (ignored)
0, # process mem limit (ignored)
0, # job mem limit (ignored)
0, # peak process limit (ignored)
0,
) # peak job limit (ignored)
winprocess.SetInformationJobObject(
self._job,
JobObjectExtendedLimitInformation,
addressof(jeli),
sizeof(jeli),
)
# Assign the job object to the process
winprocess.AssignProcessToJobObject(self._job, int(hp))
# It's overkill, but we use Queue to signal between threads
# because it handles errors more gracefully than event or condition.
self._process_events = Queue()
# Spin up our thread for managing the IO Completion Port
self._procmgrthread = threading.Thread(target=self._procmgr)
except Exception:
print(
"""Exception trying to use job objects;
falling back to not using job objects for managing child processes""",
file=sys.stderr,
)
tb = traceback.format_exc()
print(tb, file=sys.stderr)
# Ensure no dangling handles left behind
self._cleanup_job_io_port()
else:
self._job = None
winprocess.ResumeThread(int(ht))
if getattr(self, "_procmgrthread", None):
self._procmgrthread.start()
ht.Close()
for i in (p2cread, c2pwrite, errwrite):
if i is not None:
i.Close()
# Per:
# Nesting jobs came in with windows versions starting with 6.2 according to the table
# on this page:
def _can_nest_jobs(self):
winver = sys.getwindowsversion()
return winver.major > 6 or winver.major == 6 and winver.minor >= 2
# Windows Process Manager - watches the IO Completion Port and
# keeps track of child processes
def _procmgr(self):
if not (self._io_port) or not (self._job):
return
try:
self._poll_iocompletion_port()
except KeyboardInterrupt:
raise KeyboardInterrupt
def _poll_iocompletion_port(self):
# Watch the IO Completion port for status
self._spawned_procs = {}
countdowntokill = 0
self.debug("start polling IO completion port")
while True:
msgid = c_ulong(0)
compkey = c_ulong(0)
pid = c_ulong(0)
portstatus = winprocess.GetQueuedCompletionStatus(
self._io_port, byref(msgid), byref(compkey), byref(pid), 5000
)
# If the countdowntokill has been activated, we need to check
# if we should start killing the children or not.
if countdowntokill != 0:
diff = datetime.now() - countdowntokill
# Arbitrarily wait 3 minutes for windows to get its act together
# Windows sometimes takes a small nap between notifying the
# IO Completion port and actually killing the children, and we
# don't want to mistake that situation for the situation of an unexpected
# parent abort (which is what we're looking for here).
if diff.seconds > self.MAX_IOCOMPLETION_PORT_NOTIFICATION_DELAY:
print(
"WARNING | IO Completion Port failed to signal "
"process shutdown",
file=sys.stderr,
)
print(
"Parent process %s exited with children alive:"
% self.pid,
file=sys.stderr,
)
print(
"PIDS: %s"
% ", ".join([str(i) for i in self._spawned_procs]),
file=sys.stderr,
)
print(
"Attempting to kill them, but no guarantee of success",
file=sys.stderr,
)
self.kill()
self._process_events.put({self.pid: "FINISHED"})
break
if not portstatus:
# Check to see what happened
errcode = winprocess.GetLastError()
if errcode == winprocess.ERROR_ABANDONED_WAIT_0:
# Then something has killed the port, break the loop
print(
"IO Completion Port unexpectedly closed",
file=sys.stderr,
)
self._process_events.put({self.pid: "FINISHED"})
break
elif errcode == winprocess.WAIT_TIMEOUT:
# Timeouts are expected, just keep on polling
continue
else:
print(
"Error Code %s trying to query IO Completion Port, "
"exiting" % errcode,
file=sys.stderr,
)
raise WinError(errcode)
break
if compkey.value == winprocess.COMPKEY_TERMINATE.value:
self.debug("compkeyterminate detected")
# Then we're done
break
# Check the status of the IO Port and do things based on it
if compkey.value == winprocess.COMPKEY_JOBOBJECT.value:
if msgid.value == winprocess.JOB_OBJECT_MSG_ACTIVE_PROCESS_ZERO:
# No processes left, time to shut down
# Signal anyone waiting on us that it is safe to shut down
self.debug("job object msg active processes zero")
self._process_events.put({self.pid: "FINISHED"})
break
elif msgid.value == winprocess.JOB_OBJECT_MSG_NEW_PROCESS:
# New Process started
# Add the child proc to our list in case our parent flakes out on us
# without killing everything.
if pid.value != self.pid:
self._spawned_procs[pid.value] = 1
self.debug(
"new process detected with pid value: %s"
% pid.value
)
elif msgid.value == winprocess.JOB_OBJECT_MSG_EXIT_PROCESS:
self.debug("process id %s exited normally" % pid.value)
# One process exited normally
if pid.value == self.pid and len(self._spawned_procs) > 0:
# Parent process dying, start countdown timer
countdowntokill = datetime.now()
elif pid.value in self._spawned_procs:
# Child Process died remove from list
del self._spawned_procs[pid.value]
elif (
msgid.value
== winprocess.JOB_OBJECT_MSG_ABNORMAL_EXIT_PROCESS
):
# One process existed abnormally
self.debug("process id %s exited abnormally" % pid.value)
if pid.value == self.pid and len(self._spawned_procs) > 0:
# Parent process dying, start countdown timer
countdowntokill = datetime.now()
elif pid.value in self._spawned_procs:
# Child Process died remove from list
del self._spawned_procs[pid.value]
else:
# We don't care about anything else
self.debug("We got a message %s" % msgid.value)
pass
def _custom_wait(self, timeout=None):
"""Custom implementation of wait.
- timeout: number of seconds before timing out. If None,
will wait indefinitely.
"""
# First, check to see if the process is still running
if self._handle:
self.returncode = winprocess.GetExitCodeProcess(self._handle)
else:
# Dude, the process is like totally dead!
return self.returncode
threadalive = False
if hasattr(self, "_procmgrthread"):
threadalive = self._procmgrthread.is_alive()
if (
self._job
and threadalive
and threading.current_thread() != self._procmgrthread
):
self.debug("waiting with IO completion port")
if timeout is None:
timeout = (
self.MAX_IOCOMPLETION_PORT_NOTIFICATION_DELAY
+ self.MAX_PROCESS_KILL_DELAY
)
# Then we are managing with IO Completion Ports
# wait on a signal so we know when we have seen the last
# process come through.
# We use queues to synchronize between the thread and this
# function because events just didn't have robust enough error
# handling on pre-2.7 versions
try:
# timeout is the max amount of time the procmgr thread will wait for
# child processes to shutdown before killing them with extreme prejudice.
item = self._process_events.get(timeout=timeout)
if item[self.pid] == "FINISHED":
self.debug("received 'FINISHED' from _procmgrthread")
self._process_events.task_done()
except Exception:
traceback.print_exc()
raise OSError(
"IO Completion Port failed to signal process shutdown"
)
finally:
if self._handle:
self.returncode = winprocess.GetExitCodeProcess(
self._handle
)
self._cleanup()
else:
# Not managing with job objects, so all we can reasonably do
# is call waitforsingleobject and hope for the best
self.debug("waiting without IO completion port")
if not self._ignore_children:
self.debug("NOT USING JOB OBJECTS!!!")
# First, make sure we have not already ended
if self.returncode != winprocess.STILL_ACTIVE:
self._cleanup()
return self.returncode
rc = None
if self._handle:
if timeout is None:
timeout = -1
else:
# timeout for WaitForSingleObject is in ms
timeout = timeout * 1000
rc = winprocess.WaitForSingleObject(self._handle, timeout)
if rc == winprocess.WAIT_TIMEOUT:
# The process isn't dead, so kill it
print(
"Timed out waiting for process to close, "
"attempting TerminateProcess"
)
self.kill()
elif rc == winprocess.WAIT_OBJECT_0:
# We caught WAIT_OBJECT_0, which indicates all is well
print("Single process terminated successfully")
self.returncode = winprocess.GetExitCodeProcess(self._handle)
else:
# An error occured we should probably throw
rc = winprocess.GetLastError()
if rc:
raise WinError(rc)
self._cleanup()
return self.returncode
def _cleanup_job_io_port(self):
"""Do the job and IO port cleanup separately because there are
cases where we want to clean these without killing _handle
(i.e. if we fail to create the job object in the first place)
"""
if (
getattr(self, "_job")
and self._job != winprocess.INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE
):
self._job.Close()
self._job = None
else:
# If windows already freed our handle just set it to none
# (saw this intermittently while testing)
self._job = None
if (
getattr(self, "_io_port", None)
and self._io_port != winprocess.INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE
):
self._io_port.Close()
self._io_port = None
else:
self._io_port = None
if getattr(self, "_procmgrthread", None):
self._procmgrthread = None
def _cleanup(self):
self._cleanup_job_io_port()
if self._thread and self._thread != winprocess.INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE:
self._thread.Close()
self._thread = None
else:
self._thread = None
if self._handle and self._handle != winprocess.INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE:
self._handle.Close()
self._handle = None
else:
self._handle = None
else:
def _custom_wait(self, timeout=None):
"""Haven't found any reason to differentiate between these platforms
so they all use the same wait callback. If it is necessary to
craft different styles of wait, then a new _custom_wait method
could be easily implemented.
"""
# For non-group wait, call base class
try:
if six.PY2:
subprocess.Popen.wait(self)
else:
# timeout was introduced in Python 3.3
subprocess.Popen.wait(self, timeout=timeout)
except subprocess.TimeoutExpired:
# We want to return None in this case
pass
return self.returncode
def _cleanup(self):
pass
def __init__(
self,
cmd,
args=None,
cwd=None,
env=None,
ignore_children=False,
kill_on_timeout=True,
processOutputLine=(),
processStderrLine=(),
onTimeout=(),
onFinish=(),
**kwargs
):
self.cmd = cmd
self.args = args
self.cwd = cwd
self.didTimeout = False
self.didOutputTimeout = False
self._ignore_children = ignore_children
self.keywordargs = kwargs
self.read_buffer = ""
if env is None:
env = os.environ.copy()
self.env = env
# handlers
def to_callable_list(arg):
if callable(arg):
arg = [arg]
return CallableList(arg)
processOutputLine = to_callable_list(processOutputLine)
processStderrLine = to_callable_list(processStderrLine)
onTimeout = to_callable_list(onTimeout)
onFinish = to_callable_list(onFinish)
def on_timeout():
self.didTimeout = True
self.didOutputTimeout = self.reader.didOutputTimeout
if kill_on_timeout:
self.kill()
onTimeout.insert(0, on_timeout)
self._stderr = subprocess.STDOUT
if processStderrLine:
self._stderr = subprocess.PIPE
self.reader = ProcessReader(
stdout_callback=processOutputLine,
stderr_callback=processStderrLine,
finished_callback=onFinish,
timeout_callback=onTimeout,
)
# It is common for people to pass in the entire array with the cmd and
# the args together since this is how Popen uses it. Allow for that.
if isinstance(self.cmd, list):
if self.args is not None:
raise TypeError("cmd and args must not both be lists")
(self.cmd, self.args) = (self.cmd[0], self.cmd[1:])
elif self.args is None:
self.args = []
def debug(self, msg):
if not MOZPROCESS_DEBUG:
return
cmd = self.cmd.split(os.sep)[-1:]
print("DBG::MOZPROC ProcessHandlerMixin {} | {}".format(cmd, msg))
@property
def timedOut(self):
"""True if the process has timed out for any reason."""
return self.didTimeout
@property
def outputTimedOut(self):
"""True if the process has timed out for no output."""
return self.didOutputTimeout
@property
def commandline(self):
"""the string value of the command line (command + args)"""
return subprocess.list2cmdline([self.cmd] + self.args)
def run(self, timeout=None, outputTimeout=None):
"""
Starts the process.
If timeout is not None, the process will be allowed to continue for
that number of seconds before being killed. If the process is killed
due to a timeout, the onTimeout handler will be called.
If outputTimeout is not None, the process will be allowed to continue
for that number of seconds without producing any output before
being killed.
"""
self.didTimeout = False
self.didOutputTimeout = False
# default arguments
args = dict(
stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
stderr=self._stderr,
cwd=self.cwd,
env=self.env,
ignore_children=self._ignore_children,
)
# build process arguments
args.update(self.keywordargs)
# launch the process
self.proc = self.Process([self.cmd] + self.args, **args)
if isPosix:
# Keep track of the initial process group in case the process detaches itself
self.proc.pgid = self._getpgid(self.proc.pid)
self.proc.detached_pid = None
self.processOutput(timeout=timeout, outputTimeout=outputTimeout)
def kill(self, sig=None, timeout=None):
"""
Kills the managed process.
If you created the process with 'ignore_children=False' (the
default) then it will also also kill all child processes spawned by
it. If you specified 'ignore_children=True' when creating the
process, only the root process will be killed.
Note that this does not manage any state, save any output etc,
it immediately kills the process.
:param sig: Signal used to kill the process, defaults to SIGKILL
(has no effect on Windows)
"""
if not hasattr(self, "proc"):
raise RuntimeError("Process hasn't been started yet")
self.proc.kill(sig=sig, timeout=timeout)
# When we kill the the managed process we also have to wait for the
# reader thread to be finished. Otherwise consumers would have to assume
# that it still has not completely shutdown.
rc = self.wait(timeout)
if rc is None:
self.debug("kill: wait failed -- process is still alive")
return rc
def poll(self):
"""Check if child process has terminated
Returns the current returncode value:
- None if the process hasn't terminated yet
- A negative number if the process was killed by signal N (Unix only)
- '0' if the process ended without failures
"""
if not hasattr(self, "proc"):
raise RuntimeError("Process hasn't been started yet")
# Ensure that we first check for the reader status. Otherwise
# we might mark the process as finished while output is still getting
# processed.
elif self.reader.is_alive():
return None
elif hasattr(self, "returncode"):
return self.returncode
else:
return self.proc.poll()
def processOutput(self, timeout=None, outputTimeout=None):
"""
Handle process output until the process terminates or times out.
If timeout is not None, the process will be allowed to continue for
that number of seconds before being killed.
If outputTimeout is not None, the process will be allowed to continue
for that number of seconds without producing any output before
being killed.
"""
# this method is kept for backward compatibility
if not hasattr(self, "proc"):
self.run(timeout=timeout, outputTimeout=outputTimeout)
# self.run will call this again
return
if not self.reader.is_alive():
self.reader.timeout = timeout
self.reader.output_timeout = outputTimeout
self.reader.start(self.proc)
def wait(self, timeout=None):
"""
Waits until all output has been read and the process is
terminated.
If timeout is not None, will return after timeout seconds.
This timeout only causes the wait function to return and
does not kill the process.
Returns the process exit code value:
- None if the process hasn't terminated yet
- A negative number if the process was killed by signal N (Unix only)
- '0' if the process ended without failures
"""
# Thread.join() blocks the main thread until the reader thread is finished
# wake up once a second in case a keyboard interrupt is sent
if self.reader.thread and self.reader.thread is not threading.current_thread():
count = 0
while self.reader.is_alive():
self.reader.join(timeout=1)
count += 1
if timeout is not None and count > timeout:
self.debug("wait timeout for reader thread")
return None
self.returncode = self.proc.wait(timeout)
return self.returncode
@property
def pid(self):
if not hasattr(self, "proc"):
raise RuntimeError("Process hasn't been started yet")
return self.proc.pid
@staticmethod
def pid_exists(pid):
if pid < 0:
return False
if isWin:
try:
process = winprocess.OpenProcess(
winprocess.PROCESS_QUERY_INFORMATION | winprocess.PROCESS_VM_READ,
False,
pid,
)
return winprocess.GetExitCodeProcess(process) == winprocess.STILL_ACTIVE
except WindowsError as e:
# no such process
if e.winerror == winprocess.ERROR_INVALID_PARAMETER:
return False
# access denied
if e.winerror == winprocess.ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED:
return True
# re-raise for any other type of exception
raise
elif isPosix:
try:
os.kill(pid, 0)
except OSError as e:
return e.errno == errno.EPERM
else:
return True
@classmethod
def _getpgid(cls, pid):
try:
return os.getpgid(pid)
except OSError as e:
# Do not raise for "No such process"
if e.errno != errno.ESRCH:
raise
def check_for_detached(self, new_pid):
"""Check if the current process has been detached and mark it appropriately.
In case of application restarts the process can spawn itself into a new process group.
From now on the process can no longer be tracked by mozprocess anymore and has to be
marked as detached. If the consumer of mozprocess still knows the new process id it could
check for the detached state.
new_pid is the new process id of the child process.
"""
if not hasattr(self, "proc"):
raise RuntimeError("Process hasn't been started yet")
if isPosix:
new_pgid = self._getpgid(new_pid)
if new_pgid and new_pgid != self.proc.pgid:
self.proc.detached_pid = new_pid
print(
'Child process with id "%s" has been marked as detached because it is no '
"longer in the managed process group. Keeping reference to the process id "
'"%s" which is the new child process.' % (self.pid, new_pid),
file=sys.stdout,
)
class CallableList(list):
def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs):
for e in self:
e(*args, **kwargs)
def __add__(self, lst):
return CallableList(list.__add__(self, lst))
class ProcessReader(object):
def __init__(
self,
stdout_callback=None,
stderr_callback=None,
finished_callback=None,
timeout_callback=None,
timeout=None,
output_timeout=None,
):
self.stdout_callback = stdout_callback or (lambda line: True)
self.stderr_callback = stderr_callback or (lambda line: True)
self.finished_callback = finished_callback or (lambda: True)
self.timeout_callback = timeout_callback or (lambda: True)
self.timeout = timeout
self.output_timeout = output_timeout
self.thread = None
self.didOutputTimeout = False
def debug(self, msg):
if not MOZPROCESS_DEBUG:
return
print("DBG::MOZPROC ProcessReader | {}".format(msg))
def _create_stream_reader(self, name, stream, queue, callback):
thread = threading.Thread(
name=name, target=self._read_stream, args=(stream, queue, callback)
)
thread.daemon = True
thread.start()
return thread
def _read_stream(self, stream, queue, callback):
while True:
line = stream.readline()
if not line:
break
queue.put((line, callback))
stream.close()
def start(self, proc):
queue = Queue()
stdout_reader = None
if proc.stdout:
stdout_reader = self._create_stream_reader(
"ProcessReaderStdout", proc.stdout, queue, self.stdout_callback
)
stderr_reader = None
if proc.stderr and proc.stderr != proc.stdout:
stderr_reader = self._create_stream_reader(
"ProcessReaderStderr", proc.stderr, queue, self.stderr_callback
)
self.thread = threading.Thread(
name="ProcessReader",
target=self._read,
args=(stdout_reader, stderr_reader, queue),
)
self.thread.daemon = True
self.thread.start()
self.debug("ProcessReader started")
def _read(self, stdout_reader, stderr_reader, queue):
start_time = time.time()
timed_out = False
timeout = self.timeout
if timeout is not None:
timeout += start_time
output_timeout = self.output_timeout
if output_timeout is not None:
output_timeout += start_time
while (stdout_reader and stdout_reader.is_alive()) or (
stderr_reader and stderr_reader.is_alive()
):
has_line = True
try:
line, callback = queue.get(True, INTERVAL_PROCESS_ALIVE_CHECK)
except Empty:
has_line = False
now = time.time()
if not has_line:
if output_timeout is not None and now > output_timeout:
timed_out = True
self.didOutputTimeout = True
break
else:
if output_timeout is not None:
output_timeout = now + self.output_timeout
callback(line.rstrip())
if timeout is not None and now > timeout:
timed_out = True
break
self.debug("_read loop exited")
# process remaining lines to read
while not queue.empty():
line, callback = queue.get(False)
try:
callback(line.rstrip())
except Exception:
traceback.print_exc()
if timed_out:
try:
self.timeout_callback()
except Exception:
traceback.print_exc()
if stdout_reader:
stdout_reader.join()
if stderr_reader:
stderr_reader.join()
if not timed_out:
try:
self.finished_callback()
except Exception:
traceback.print_exc()
self.debug("_read exited")
def is_alive(self):
if self.thread:
return self.thread.is_alive()
return False
def join(self, timeout=None):
if self.thread:
self.thread.join(timeout=timeout)
# default output handlers
# these should be callables that take the output line
class StoreOutput(object):
"""accumulate stdout"""
def __init__(self):
self.output = []
def __call__(self, line):
self.output.append(line)
class StreamOutput(object):
"""pass output to a stream and flush"""
def __init__(self, stream, text=True):
self.stream = stream
self.text = text
def __call__(self, line):
ensure = six.ensure_text if self.text else six.ensure_binary
try:
self.stream.write(ensure(line, errors="ignore") + ensure("\n"))
except TypeError:
print(
"HEY! If you're reading this, you're about to encounter a "
"type error, probably as a result of a conversion from "
"Python 2 to Python 3. This is almost definitely because "
"you're trying to write binary data to a text-encoded "
"stream, or text data to a binary-encoded stream. Check how "
"you're instantiating your ProcessHandler and if the output "
"should be text-encoded, make sure you pass "
"universal_newlines=True.",
file=sys.stderr,
)
raise
self.stream.flush()
class LogOutput(StreamOutput):
"""pass output to a file"""
def __init__(self, filename):
self.file_obj = open(filename, "a")
StreamOutput.__init__(self, self.file_obj, True)
def __del__(self):
if self.file_obj is not None:
self.file_obj.close()
# front end class with the default handlers
class ProcessHandler(ProcessHandlerMixin):
"""
Convenience class for handling processes with default output handlers.
By default, all output is sent to stdout. This can be disabled by setting
the *stream* argument to None.
If processOutputLine keyword argument is specified the function or the
list of functions specified by this argument will be called for each line
of output; the output will not be written to stdout automatically then
if stream is True (the default).
If storeOutput==True, the output produced by the process will be saved
as self.output.
If logfile is not None, the output produced by the process will be
appended to the given file.
"""
def __init__(self, cmd, logfile=None, stream=True, storeOutput=True, **kwargs):
kwargs.setdefault("processOutputLine", [])
if callable(kwargs["processOutputLine"]):
kwargs["processOutputLine"] = [kwargs["processOutputLine"]]
if logfile:
logoutput = LogOutput(logfile)
kwargs["processOutputLine"].append(logoutput)
text = kwargs.get("universal_newlines", False) or kwargs.get("text", False)
if stream is True:
# Print to standard output only if no outputline provided
stdout = sys.stdout
if six.PY2 and text:
stdout = codecs.getwriter("utf-8")(sys.stdout)
elif six.PY3 and text:
# The encoding of stdout isn't guaranteed to be utf-8. Fix that.
stdout = codecs.getwriter("utf-8")(sys.stdout.buffer)
elif six.PY3 and not text:
stdout = sys.stdout.buffer
if not kwargs["processOutputLine"]:
kwargs["processOutputLine"].append(StreamOutput(stdout, text))
elif stream:
streamoutput = StreamOutput(stream, text)
kwargs["processOutputLine"].append(streamoutput)
self.output = None
if storeOutput:
storeoutput = StoreOutput()
self.output = storeoutput.output
kwargs["processOutputLine"].append(storeoutput)
ProcessHandlerMixin.__init__(self, cmd, **kwargs)