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"""Generic queue runner class.

import time
import traceback
import weakref
from cStringIO import StringIO

from Mailman import mm_cfg
from Mailman import Utils
from Mailman import Errors
from Mailman import MailList
from Mailman import i18n

from Mailman.Logging.Syslog import syslog
from Mailman.Queue.Switchboard import Switchboard

import email.Errors

    True, False
except NameError:
    True = 1
    False = 0

00045 class Runner:
    QDIR = None

    def __init__(self, slice=None, numslices=1):
        self._kids = {}
        # Create our own switchboard.  Don't use the switchboard cache because
        # we want to provide slice and numslice arguments.
        self._switchboard = Switchboard(self.QDIR, slice, numslices, True)
        # Create the shunt switchboard
        self._shunt = Switchboard(mm_cfg.SHUNTQUEUE_DIR)
        self._stop = False

    def __repr__(self):
        return '<%s at %s>' % (self.__class__.__name__, id(self))

    def stop(self):
        self._stop = True

    def run(self):
        # Start the main loop for this queue runner.
                while True:
                    # Once through the loop that processes all the files in
                    # the queue directory.
                    filecnt = self._oneloop()
                    # Do the periodic work for the subclass.  BAW: this
                    # shouldn't be called here.  There should be one more
                    # _doperiodic() call at the end of the _oneloop() loop.
                    # If the stop flag is set, we're done.
                    if self._stop:
                    # Give the runner an opportunity to snooze for a while,
                    # but pass it the file count so it can decide whether to
                    # do more work now or not.
            except KeyboardInterrupt:
            # We've broken out of our main loop, so we want to reap all the
            # subprocesses we've created and do any other necessary cleanups.

    def _oneloop(self):
        # First, list all the files in our queue directory.
        # Switchboard.files() is guaranteed to hand us the files in FIFO
        # order.  Return an integer count of the number of files that were
        # available for this qrunner to process.
        files = self._switchboard.files()
        for filebase in files:
                # Ask the switchboard for the message and metadata objects
                # associated with this filebase.
                msg, msgdata = self._switchboard.dequeue(filebase)
            except Exception, e:
                # This used to just catch email.Errors.MessageParseError,
                # but other problems can occur in message parsing, e.g.
                # ValueError, and exceptions can occur in unpickling too.
                # We don't want the runner to die, so we just log and skip
                # this entry, but maybe preserve it for analysis.
                if mm_cfg.QRUNNER_SAVE_BAD_MESSAGES:
                           'Skipping and preserving unparseable message: %s',
                    preserve = True
                           'Ignoring unparseable message: %s', filebase)
                    preserve = False
                self._switchboard.finish(filebase, preserve=preserve)
                self._onefile(msg, msgdata)
            except Exception, e:
                # All runners that implement _dispose() must guarantee that
                # exceptions are caught and dealt with properly.  Still, there
                # may be a bug in the infrastructure, and we do not want those
                # to cause messages to be lost.  Any uncaught exceptions will
                # cause the message to be stored in the shunt queue for human
                # intervention.
                # Put a marker in the metadata for unshunting
                msgdata['whichq'] = self._switchboard.whichq()
                # It is possible that shunting can throw an exception, e.g. a
                # permissions problem or a MemoryError due to a really large
                # message.  Try to be graceful.
                    new_filebase = self._shunt.enqueue(msg, msgdata)
                    syslog('error', 'SHUNTING: %s', new_filebase)
                except Exception, e:
                    # The message wasn't successfully shunted.  Log the
                    # exception and try to preserve the original queue entry
                    # for possible analysis.
                           'SHUNTING FAILED, preserving original entry: %s',
                    self._switchboard.finish(filebase, preserve=True)
            # Other work we want to do each time through the loop
            Utils.reap(self._kids, once=True)
            if self._shortcircuit():
        return len(files)

    def _onefile(self, msg, msgdata):
        # Do some common sanity checking on the message metadata.  It's got to
        # be destined for a particular mailing list.  This switchboard is used
        # to shunt off badly formatted messages.  We don't want to just trash
        # them because they may be fixable with human intervention.  Just get
        # them out of our site though.
        # Find out which mailing list this message is destined for.
        listname = msgdata.get('listname')
        if not listname:
            listname = mm_cfg.MAILMAN_SITE_LIST
        mlist = self._open_list(listname)
        if not mlist:
                   'Dequeuing message destined for missing list: %s',
            self._shunt.enqueue(msg, msgdata)
        # Now process this message, keeping track of any subprocesses that may
        # have been spawned.  We'll reap those later.
        # We also want to set up the language context for this message.  The
        # context will be the preferred language for the user if a member of
        # the list, or the list's preferred language.  However, we must take
        # special care to reset the defaults, otherwise subsequent messages
        # may be translated incorrectly.  BAW: I'm not sure I like this
        # approach, but I can't think of anything better right now.
        otranslation = i18n.get_translation()
        sender = msg.get_sender()
        if mlist:
            lang = mlist.getMemberLanguage(sender)
            lang = mm_cfg.DEFAULT_SERVER_LANGUAGE
        msgdata['lang'] = lang
            keepqueued = self._dispose(mlist, msg, msgdata)
        # Keep tabs on any child processes that got spawned.
        kids = msgdata.get('_kids')
        if kids:
        if keepqueued:
            self._switchboard.enqueue(msg, msgdata)

    # Mapping of listnames to MailList instances as a weak value dictionary.
    _listcache = weakref.WeakValueDictionary()

    def _open_list(self, listname):
        # Cache the open list so that any use of the list within this process
        # uses the same object.  We use a WeakValueDictionary so that when the
        # list is no longer necessary, its memory is freed.
        mlist = self._listcache.get(listname)
        if not mlist:
                mlist = MailList.MailList(listname, lock=False)
            except Errors.MMListError, e:
                syslog('error', 'error opening list: %s\n%s', listname, e)
                return None
                self._listcache[listname] = mlist
        return mlist

    def _log(self, exc):
        syslog('error', 'Uncaught runner exception: %s', exc)
        s = StringIO()
        syslog('error', s.getvalue())

    # Subclasses can override these methods.
00228     def _cleanup(self):
        """Clean up upon exit from the main processing loop.

        Called when the Runner's main loop is stopped, this should perform
        any necessary resource deallocation.  Its return value is irrelevant.

00236     def _dispose(self, mlist, msg, msgdata):
        """Dispose of a single message destined for a mailing list.

        Called for each message that the Runner is responsible for, this is
        the primary overridable method for processing each message.
        Subclasses, must provide implementation for this method.

        mlist is the MailList instance this message is destined for.

        msg is the Message object representing the message.

        msgdata is a dictionary of message metadata.
        raise NotImplementedError

00251     def _doperiodic(self):
        """Do some processing `every once in a while'.

        Called every once in a while both from the Runner's main loop, and
        from the Runner's hash slice processing loop.  You can do whatever
        special periodic processing you want here, and the return value is

00261     def _snooze(self, filecnt):
        """Sleep for a little while.

        filecnt is the number of messages in the queue the last time through.
        Sub-runners can decide to continue to do work, or sleep for a while
        based on this value.  By default, we only snooze if there was nothing
        to do last time around.
        if filecnt or self.SLEEPTIME <= 0:

00273     def _shortcircuit(self):
        """Return a true value if the individual file processing loop should
        exit before it's finished processing each message in the current slice
        of hash space.  A false value tells _oneloop() to continue processing
        until the current snapshot of hash space is exhausted.

        You could, for example, implement a throttling algorithm here.
        return self._stop

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