1. Chris McDonough
  2. dogpile


dogpile / dogpile / dogpile.py

from util import thread, threading
import time
import logging
from readwrite_lock import ReadWriteMutex

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

class NeedRegenerationException(Exception):
    """An exception that when raised in the 'with' block, forces
    the 'has_value' flag to False and incurs a regeneration of the value.


class Dogpile(object):
    """Dogpile lock class.
    Provides an interface around an arbitrary mutex that allows one 
    thread/process to be elected as the creator of a new value, 
    while other threads/processes continue to return the previous version 
    of that value.
    def __init__(self, expiretime, init=False, lock=None):
        """Construct a new :class:`.Dogpile`.

        :param expiretime: Expiration time in seconds.
        :param init: if True, set the 'createdtime' to the
         current time.
        :param lock: a mutex object that provides
         ``acquire()`` and ``release()`` methods.
        if lock:
            self.dogpilelock = lock
            self.dogpilelock = threading.Lock()

        self.expiretime = expiretime
        if init:
            self.createdtime = time.time()

    createdtime = -1
    """The last known 'creation time' of the value,
    stored as an epoch (i.e. from ``time.time()``).

    If the value here is -1, it is assumed the value
    should recreate immediately.

    def acquire(self, creator, 
        """Acquire the lock, returning a context manager.
        :param creator: Creation function, used if this thread
         is chosen to create a new value.
        :param value_fn: Optional function that returns
         the value from some datasource.  Will be returned
         if regeneration is not needed.

        :param value_and_created_fn: Like value_fn, but returns a tuple
         of (value, createdtime).  The returned createdtime 
         will replace the "createdtime" value on this dogpile
         lock.   This option removes the need for the dogpile lock
         itself to remain persistent across usages; another 
         dogpile can come along later and pick up where the
         previous one left off.   
        dogpile = self

        if value_and_created_fn:
            value_fn = value_and_created_fn

        class Lock(object):
            if value_fn:
                def __enter__(self):
                        value = value_fn()
                        if value_and_created_fn:
                            value, dogpile.createdtime = value
                    except NeedRegenerationException:
                        dogpile.createdtime = -1
                        value = NOT_REGENERATED

                    generated = dogpile._enter(creator)

                    if generated is not NOT_REGENERATED:
                        return generated
                    elif value is NOT_REGENERATED:
                            return value_fn()
                        except NeedRegenerationException:
                            raise Exception("Generation function should "
                                        "have just been called by a concurrent "
                        return value
                def __enter__(self):
                    return dogpile._enter(creator)

            def __exit__(self, type, value, traceback):
        return Lock()

    def is_expired(self):
        """Return true if the expiration time is reached, or no value is available."""

        return not self.has_value or \
            time.time() - self.createdtime > self.expiretime

    def has_value(self):
        """Return true if the creation function has proceeded at least once."""
        return self.createdtime > 0

    def _enter(self, creator):

        if not self.is_expired:
            return NOT_REGENERATED

        if self.has_value:
            if not self.dogpilelock.acquire(False):
                log.debug("dogpile entering block while another "
                                "thread does the create")
                return NOT_REGENERATED
            log.debug("no value, waiting for create lock")
            log.debug("value creation lock acquired")

            # see if someone created the value already
            if not self.is_expired:
                return NOT_REGENERATED

            log.debug("Calling creation function")
            created = creator()
            self.createdtime = time.time()
            return created
            log.debug("Released creation lock")

    def _exit(self):

class SyncReaderDogpile(Dogpile):
    """Provide a read-write lock function on top of the :class:`.Dogpile`
    def __init__(self, *args, **kw):
        super(SyncReaderDogpile, self).__init__(*args, **kw)
        self.readwritelock = ReadWriteMutex()

    def acquire_write_lock(self):
        """Return the "write" lock context manager.
        This will provide a section that is mutexed against
        all readers/writers for the dogpile-maintained value.

        dogpile = self
        class Lock(object):
            def __enter__(self):
            def __exit__(self, type, value, traceback):
        return Lock()

    def _enter(self, creator):
        value = super(SyncReaderDogpile, self)._enter(creator)
        return value

    def _exit(self):