Source code for bokeh.server.session

''' Provides the ``ServerSession`` class.

from __future__ import absolute_import

import logging
log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

import time

from tornado import gen, locks

from ..util.tornado import yield_for_all_futures

from .callbacks import _DocumentCallbackGroup

[docs]def current_time(): '''Return the time in milliseconds since the epoch as a floating point number. ''' try: # python >=3.3 only return time.monotonic() * 1000 except: # if your python is old, don't set your clock backward! return time.time() * 1000
def _needs_document_lock(func): '''Decorator that adds the necessary locking and post-processing to manipulate the session's document. Expects to decorate a method on ServerSession and transforms it into a coroutine if it wasn't already. ''' @gen.coroutine def _needs_document_lock_wrapper(self, *args, **kwargs): # while we wait for and hold the lock, prevent the session # from being discarded. This avoids potential weirdness # with the session vanishing in the middle of some async # task. self.block_expiration() try: with (yield self._lock.acquire()): if self._pending_writes is not None: raise RuntimeError("internal class invariant violated: _pending_writes " + \ "should be None if lock is not held") self._pending_writes = [] try: result = yield yield_for_all_futures(func(self, *args, **kwargs)) finally: # we want to be very sure we reset this or we'll # keep hitting the RuntimeError above as soon as # any callback goes wrong pending_writes = self._pending_writes self._pending_writes = None for p in pending_writes: yield p raise gen.Return(result) finally: self.unblock_expiration() return _needs_document_lock_wrapper
[docs]class ServerSession(object): ''' Hosts an application "instance" (an instantiated Document) for one or more connections. ''' def __init__(self, session_id, document, io_loop=None): if session_id is None: raise ValueError("Sessions must have an id") if document is None: raise ValueError("Sessions must have a document") self._id = session_id self._document = document self._loop = io_loop self._subscribed_connections = set() self._last_unsubscribe_time = current_time() self._lock = locks.Lock() self._current_patch_connection = None self._document.on_change_dispatch_to(self) self._callbacks = _DocumentCallbackGroup(io_loop) self._pending_writes = None self._destroyed = False self._expiration_requested = False self._expiration_blocked_count = 0 wrapped_callbacks = self._wrap_session_callbacks(self._document.session_callbacks) self._callbacks.add_session_callbacks(wrapped_callbacks) @property def document(self): return self._document @property def id(self): return self._id @property def destroyed(self): return self._destroyed @property def expiration_requested(self): return self._expiration_requested @property def expiration_blocked(self): return self._expiration_blocked_count > 0 @property def expiration_blocked_count(self): return self._expiration_blocked_count def destroy(self): self._destroyed = True self._document.delete_modules() self._document.remove_on_change(self) self._callbacks.remove_all_callbacks()
[docs] def request_expiration(self): """ Used in test suite for now. Forces immediate expiration if no connections.""" self._expiration_requested = True
def block_expiration(self): self._expiration_blocked_count += 1 def unblock_expiration(self): if self._expiration_blocked_count <= 0: raise RuntimeError("mismatched block_expiration / unblock_expiration") self._expiration_blocked_count -= 1
[docs] def subscribe(self, connection): """This should only be called by ServerConnection.subscribe_session or our book-keeping will be broken""" self._subscribed_connections.add(connection)
[docs] def unsubscribe(self, connection): """This should only be called by ServerConnection.unsubscribe_session or our book-keeping will be broken""" self._subscribed_connections.discard(connection) self._last_unsubscribe_time = current_time()
@property def connection_count(self): return len(self._subscribed_connections) @property def milliseconds_since_last_unsubscribe(self): return current_time() - self._last_unsubscribe_time @_needs_document_lock def with_document_locked(self, func, *args, **kwargs): ''' Asynchronously locks the document and runs the function with it locked.''' return func(*args, **kwargs) def _wrap_document_callback(self, callback): if getattr(callback, "nolock", False): return callback def wrapped_callback(*args, **kwargs): return self.with_document_locked(callback, *args, **kwargs) return wrapped_callback def _wrap_session_callback(self, callback): wrapped = self._wrap_document_callback(callback.callback) return callback._copy_with_changed_callback(wrapped) def _wrap_session_callbacks(self, callbacks): wrapped = [] for cb in callbacks: wrapped.append(self._wrap_session_callback(cb)) return wrapped def _document_patched(self, event): may_suppress = event.setter is self if self._pending_writes is None: raise RuntimeError("_pending_writes should be non-None when we have a document lock, and we should have the lock when the document changes") # TODO (havocp): our "change sync" protocol is flawed # because if both sides change the same attribute at the # same time, they will each end up with the state of the # other and their final states will differ. for connection in self._subscribed_connections: if may_suppress and connection is self._current_patch_connection: pass #log.debug("Not sending notification back to client %r for a change it requested", connection) else: self._pending_writes.append(connection.send_patch_document(event)) @_needs_document_lock def _handle_pull(self, message, connection): log.debug("Sending pull-doc-reply from session %r", return connection.protocol.create('PULL-DOC-REPLY', message.header['msgid'], self.document) def _session_callback_added(self, event): wrapped = self._wrap_session_callback(event.callback) self._callbacks.add_session_callback(wrapped) def _session_callback_removed(self, event): self._callbacks.remove_session_callback(event.callback) @classmethod
[docs] def pull(cls, message, connection): ''' Handle a PULL-DOC, return a Future with work to be scheduled. ''' return connection.session._handle_pull(message, connection)
@_needs_document_lock def _handle_push(self, message, connection): log.debug("pushing doc to session %r", message.push_to_document(self.document) return connection.ok(message) @classmethod
[docs] def push(cls, message, connection): ''' Handle a PUSH-DOC, return a Future with work to be scheduled. ''' return connection.session._handle_push(message, connection)
@_needs_document_lock def _handle_patch(self, message, connection): self._current_patch_connection = connection try: message.apply_to_document(self.document, self) finally: self._current_patch_connection = None return connection.ok(message) @_needs_document_lock def _handle_event(self, message, connection): message.notify_event(self.document) return connection.ok(message) @classmethod def event(cls, message, connection): return connection.session._handle_event(message, connection) @classmethod
[docs] def patch(cls, message, connection): ''' Handle a PATCH-DOC, return a Future with work to be scheduled. ''' return connection.session._handle_patch(message, connection)