Source code for sosw.managers.meta_handler

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__all__ = ['MetaHandler']
__author__ = "Mark Bulgakov, Nikolay Grishchenko"
__version__ = "1.0"

import logging
import os
import time


from sosw.app import global_vars
from sosw.components.dynamo_db import DynamoDbClient
from sosw.components.helpers import recursive_update
from typing import Dict


logger = logging.getLogger()
logger.setLevel(logging.INFO)


[docs]class MetaHandler: """ MetaHandler is helper class for Essential classes. It works with DynamoDB table to store the meta data of operations on Tasks. """ DEFAULT_CONFIG = { 'write_meta_to_ddb': True, 'dynamo_db_config': { 'table_name': 'sosw_tasks_meta', 'hash_key': 'task_id', 'row_mapper': { 'task_id': 'S', 'created_at': 'N', 'author': 'S', 'invocation_id': 'S', 'log_stream_name': 'S', 'action': 'S' }, 'required_fields': [ 'task_id', 'created_at', 'author', 'invocation_id', 'log_stream_name', 'action' ], }, } AVAILABLE_ACTIONS_MAPPING = {} CONTEXT_FIELDS_MAPPINGS = { 'author': 'function_name', 'invocation_id': 'aws_request_id', 'log_stream_name': 'log_stream_name' } def __init__(self, custom_config: Dict = None, **kwargs): # Initialize config from default config self.config = self.DEFAULT_CONFIG or {} # Update config recursively from custom config self.config = recursive_update(self.config, custom_config or {}) if self.config['write_meta_to_ddb']: try: self.dynamo_db_client = DynamoDbClient(config=self.config['dynamo_db_config']) except: logging.exception("Failed to initialize MetaHandler DynamoDbClient") self.dynamo_db_client = None else: self.dynamo_db_client = None logger.info("Initialized MetaHandler with config %s and DynamoDbClient %s", self.config, self.dynamo_db_client)
[docs] def post(self, task_id: str, action: str, **kwargs): """ Write row with meta data to sosw_tasks_meta DynamoDB Table if configured. As long as collecting the meta data is optional, the MetaHandler will either save it to DynamoDB or just log. MetaHandler does not restrict the fields and actions you can post from your Worker Lambdas with the exception of the following built-in fields. These ones are always taken from the current ``lambda_context`` automatically. * ``'author'`` * ``'invocation_id'`` * ``'log_stream_name'`` """ row = { 'task_id': task_id, 'created_at': time.time(), 'action': self._ma(action) } assert not set(kwargs).intersection(set(self.CONTEXT_FIELDS_MAPPINGS)), \ 'args from lambda_context should not be passed' for field, value in kwargs.items(): row[field] = value for field, mapping in self.CONTEXT_FIELDS_MAPPINGS.items(): row[field] = getattr(global_vars.lambda_context, mapping) if self.dynamo_db_client: self.dynamo_db_client.create(row=row) else: logger.info("DynamoDB client/table is not configured for meta_handler. Skip saving task meta data: %s", row)
def _ma(self, field_name): # FIXMEONEDAY: implement mappings for the actions names return str(field_name)