Source code for bokeh.server.application_context

''' Provides the ``ApplicationContext`` class.

from __future__ import absolute_import

import logging
log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

from tornado import gen

from .session import ServerSession
from .exceptions import ProtocolError

from bokeh.application.application import ServerContext, SessionContext
from bokeh.document import Document
from bokeh.util.tornado import _CallbackGroup, yield_for_all_futures

class _RequestProxy(object):
    def __init__(self, request):
        args_copy = dict(request.arguments)
        if 'bokeh-protocol-version' in args_copy: del args_copy['bokeh-protocol-version']
        if 'bokeh-session-id' in args_copy: del args_copy['bokeh-session-id']
        self._args = args_copy
    def arguments(self):
        return self._args

class BokehServerContext(ServerContext):
    def __init__(self, application_context):
        self.application_context = application_context
        self._callbacks = _CallbackGroup(self.application_context.io_loop)

    def _remove_all_callbacks(self):

    def sessions(self):
        result = []
        for session in self.application_context.sessions:
        return result

    def add_next_tick_callback(self, callback):

    def remove_next_tick_callback(self, callback):

    def add_timeout_callback(self, callback, timeout_milliseconds):
        self._callbacks.add_timeout_callback(callback, timeout_milliseconds)

    def remove_timeout_callback(self, callback):

    def add_periodic_callback(self, callback, period_milliseconds):
        self._callbacks.add_periodic_callback(callback, period_milliseconds)

    def remove_periodic_callback(self, callback):

class BokehSessionContext(SessionContext):
    def __init__(self, session_id, server_context, document):
        self._document = document
        self._session = None
        super(BokehSessionContext, self).__init__(server_context,
        # request arguments used to instantiate this session
        self._request = None

    def _set_session(self, session):
        self._session = session

    def with_locked_document(self, func):
        if self._session is None:
            # this means we are in on_session_created, so no locking yet,
            # we have exclusive access
            yield yield_for_all_futures(func(self._document))
            self._session.with_document_locked(func, self._document)

    def destroyed(self):
        if self._session is None:
            # this means we are in on_session_created
            return False
            return self._session.destroyed

    def request(self):
        return self._request

[docs]class ApplicationContext(object): ''' Server-side holder for bokeh.application.Application plus any associated data. This holds data that's global to all sessions, while ServerSession holds data specific to an "instance" of the application. ''' def __init__(self, application, io_loop=None): self._application = application self._loop = io_loop self._sessions = dict() self._pending_sessions = dict() self._session_contexts = dict() self._server_context = None @property def io_loop(self): return self._loop @property def application(self): return self._application @property def server_context(self): if self._server_context is None: self._server_context = BokehServerContext(self) return self._server_context @property def sessions(self): return self._sessions.values() def run_load_hook(self): try: result = self._application.on_server_loaded(self.server_context) if isinstance(result, gen.Future): log.error("on_server_loaded returned a Future; this doesn't make sense " "because we run this hook before starting the IO loop.") except Exception as e: log.error("Error in server loaded hook %r", e, exc_info=True) def run_unload_hook(self): try: result = self._application.on_server_unloaded(self.server_context) if isinstance(result, gen.Future): log.error("on_server_unloaded returned a Future; this doesn't make sense " "because we stop the IO loop right away after calling on_server_unloaded.") except Exception as e: log.error("Error in server unloaded hook %r", e, exc_info=True) self.server_context._remove_all_callbacks() @gen.coroutine def create_session_if_needed(self, session_id, request=None): # this is because empty session_ids would be "falsey" and # potentially open up a way for clients to confuse us if len(session_id) == 0: raise ProtocolError("Session ID must not be empty") if session_id not in self._sessions and \ session_id not in self._pending_sessions: future = self._pending_sessions[session_id] = gen.Future() doc = Document() session_context = BokehSessionContext(session_id, self.server_context, doc) # using private attr so users only have access to a read-only property session_context._request = _RequestProxy(request) # expose the session context to the document # use the _attribute to set the public property .session_context doc._session_context = session_context try: yield yield_for_all_futures(self._application.on_session_created(session_context)) except Exception as e: log.error("Failed to run session creation hooks %r", e, exc_info=True) self._application.initialize_document(doc) session = ServerSession(session_id, doc, io_loop=self._loop) del self._pending_sessions[session_id] self._sessions[session_id] = session session_context._set_session(session) self._session_contexts[session_id] = session_context # notify anyone waiting on the pending session future.set_result(session) if session_id in self._pending_sessions: # another create_session_if_needed is working on # creating this session session = yield self._pending_sessions[session_id] else: session = self._sessions[session_id] raise gen.Return(session) def get_session(self, session_id): if session_id in self._sessions: session = self._sessions[session_id] return session else: raise ProtocolError("No such session " + session_id) @gen.coroutine def _discard_session(self, session, should_discard): if session.connection_count > 0: raise RuntimeError("Should not be discarding a session with open connections") log.debug("Discarding session %r last in use %r milliseconds ago",, session.milliseconds_since_last_unsubscribe) session_context = self._session_contexts[] # session.destroy() wants the document lock so it can shut down the document # callbacks. def do_discard(): # while we yielded for the document lock, the discard-worthiness of the # session may have changed. # However, since we have the document lock, our own lock will cause the # block count to be 1. If there's any other block count besides our own, # we want to skip session destruction though. if should_discard(session) and session.expiration_blocked_count == 1: session.destroy() del self._sessions[] del self._session_contexts[] else: log.debug("Session %r was scheduled to discard but came back to life", yield session.with_document_locked(do_discard) # session lifecycle hooks are supposed to be called outside the document lock, # we only run these if we actually ended up destroying the session. if session_context.destroyed: try: result = self._application.on_session_destroyed(session_context) yield yield_for_all_futures(result) except Exception as e: log.error("Failed to run session destroy hooks %r", e, exc_info=True) raise gen.Return(None) @gen.coroutine def cleanup_sessions(self, unused_session_linger_milliseconds): def should_discard_ignoring_block(session): return session.connection_count == 0 and \ (session.milliseconds_since_last_unsubscribe > unused_session_linger_milliseconds or \ session.expiration_requested) # build a temp list to avoid trouble from self._sessions changes to_discard = [] for session in self._sessions.values(): if should_discard_ignoring_block(session) and not session.expiration_blocked: to_discard.append(session) # asynchronously reconsider each session for session in to_discard: if should_discard_ignoring_block(session) and not session.expiration_blocked: yield self._discard_session(session, should_discard_ignoring_block) raise gen.Return(None)