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#!/usr/bin/env python
"""hodring launches hadoop commands on work node and 
 cleans up all the work dirs afterward
"""
# -*- python -*-
import os, sys, time, shutil, getpass, xml.dom.minidom, xml.dom.pulldom
import socket, sets, urllib, csv, signal, pprint, random, re, httplib

from xml.dom import getDOMImplementation
from pprint import pformat
from optparse import OptionParser
from urlparse import urlparse
from hodlib.Common.util import local_fqdn, parseEquals, getMapredSystemDirectory, isProcessRunning
from hodlib.Common.tcp import tcpSocket, tcpError 

binfile = sys.path[0]
libdir = os.path.dirname(binfile)
sys.path.append(libdir)

import hodlib.Common.logger

from hodlib.GridServices.service import *
from hodlib.Common.util import *
from hodlib.Common.socketServers import threadedHTTPServer
from hodlib.Common.hodsvc import hodBaseService
from hodlib.Common.threads import simpleCommand
from hodlib.Common.xmlrpc import hodXRClient

mswindows = (sys.platform == "win32")
originalcwd = os.getcwd()

reHdfsURI = re.compile("hdfs://(.*?:\d+)(.*)")

00049 class CommandDesc:
  """A class that represents the commands that
  are run by hodring"""
  def __init__(self, dict, log):
    self.log = log
    self.log.debug("In command desc")
    self.log.debug("Done in command desc")
    dict.setdefault('argv', [])
    dict.setdefault('version', None)
    dict.setdefault('envs', {})
    dict.setdefault('workdirs', [])
    dict.setdefault('attrs', {})
    dict.setdefault('final-attrs', {})
    dict.setdefault('fg', False)
    dict.setdefault('ignorefailures', False)
    dict.setdefault('stdin', None)

    self.log.debug("Printing dict")
    self._checkRequired(dict)
    self.dict = dict

  def _checkRequired(self, dict):
    if 'name' not in dict:
      raise ValueError, "Command description lacks 'name'"
    if 'program' not in dict:
      raise ValueError, "Command description lacks 'program'"
    if 'pkgdirs' not in dict:
      raise ValueError, "Command description lacks 'pkgdirs'"

  def getName(self):
    return self.dict['name']

  def getProgram(self):
    return self.dict['program']

  def getArgv(self):
    return self.dict['argv']

  def getVersion(self):
    return self.dict['version']

  def getEnvs(self):
    return self.dict['envs']

  def getPkgDirs(self):
    return self.dict['pkgdirs']

  def getWorkDirs(self):
    return self.dict['workdirs']

  def getAttrs(self):
    return self.dict['attrs']

  def getfinalAttrs(self):
    return self.dict['final-attrs']
  
  def isForeground(self):
    return self.dict['fg']

  def isIgnoreFailures(self):
    return self.dict['ignorefailures']

  def getStdin(self):
    return self.dict['stdin']

  def parseDesc(str):

    dict = CommandDesc._parseMap(str)

    dict['argv'] = CommandDesc._parseList(dict['argv'])
    dict['envs'] = CommandDesc._parseMap(dict['envs'])
    dict['pkgdirs'] = CommandDesc._parseList(dict['pkgdirs'], ':')
    dict['workdirs'] = CommandDesc._parseList(dict['workdirs'], ':')
    dict['attrs'] = CommandDesc._parseMap(dict['attrs'])
    dict['final-attrs'] = CommandDesc._parseMap(dict['final-attrs'])
                                    
    return CommandDesc(dict)

  parseDesc = staticmethod(parseDesc)

  def _parseList(str, delim = ','):
    list = []
    for row in csv.reader([str], delimiter=delim, escapechar='\\', 
                          quoting=csv.QUOTE_NONE, doublequote=False):
      list.extend(row)
    return list

  _parseList = staticmethod(_parseList)

00138   def _parseMap(str):
    """Parses key value pairs"""
    dict = {}
    for row in csv.reader([str], escapechar='\\', quoting=csv.QUOTE_NONE, doublequote=False):
      for f in row:
        [k, v] = f.split('=', 1)
        dict[k] = v
    return dict

  _parseMap = staticmethod(_parseMap)

00149 class MRSystemDirectoryManager:
  """Class that is responsible for managing the MapReduce system directory"""

  def __init__(self, jtPid, mrSysDir, fsName, hadoopPath, log, retries=120):
    self.__jtPid = jtPid
    self.__mrSysDir = mrSysDir
    self.__fsName = fsName
    self.__hadoopPath = hadoopPath
    self.__log = log
    self.__retries = retries

  def toCleanupArgs(self):
    return " --jt-pid %s --mr-sys-dir %s --fs-name %s --hadoop-path %s " \
              % (self.__jtPid, self.__mrSysDir, self.__fsName, self.__hadoopPath)

  def removeMRSystemDirectory(self):
    
    jtActive = isProcessRunning(self.__jtPid)
    count = 0 # try for a max of a minute for the process to end
    while jtActive and (count<self.__retries):
      time.sleep(0.5)
      jtActive = isProcessRunning(self.__jtPid)
      count += 1
    
    if count == self.__retries:
      self.__log.warn('Job Tracker did not exit even after a minute. Not going to try and cleanup the system directory')
      return

    self.__log.debug('jt is now inactive')

    cmd = "%s dfs -fs hdfs://%s -rmr %s" % (self.__hadoopPath, self.__fsName, \
                                            self.__mrSysDir)
    self.__log.debug('Command to run to remove system directory: %s' % (cmd))
    try:
      hadoopCommand = simpleCommand('mr-sys-dir-cleaner', cmd)
      hadoopCommand.start()
      hadoopCommand.wait()
      hadoopCommand.join()
      ret = hadoopCommand.exit_code()
      if ret != 0:
        self.__log.warn("Error in removing MapReduce system directory '%s' from '%s' using path '%s'" \
                          % (self.__mrSysDir, self.__fsName, self.__hadoopPath))
        self.__log.warn(pprint.pformat(hadoopCommand.output()))
      else:
        self.__log.info("Removed MapReduce system directory successfully.")
    except:
      self.__log.error('Exception while cleaning up MapReduce system directory. May not be cleaned up. %s', \
                          get_exception_error_string())
      self.__log.debug(get_exception_string())


def createMRSystemDirectoryManager(dict, log):
  keys = [ 'jt-pid', 'mr-sys-dir', 'fs-name', 'hadoop-path' ]
  for key in keys:
    if (not dict.has_key(key)) or (dict[key] is None):
      return None

  mrSysDirManager = MRSystemDirectoryManager(int(dict['jt-pid']), dict['mr-sys-dir'], \
                                              dict['fs-name'], dict['hadoop-path'], log)
  return mrSysDirManager

00210 class HadoopCommand:
  """Runs a single hadoop command"""
    
  def __init__(self, id, desc, tempdir, tardir, log, javahome, 
                mrSysDir, restart=False):
    self.desc = desc
    self.log = log
    self.javahome = javahome
    self.__mrSysDir = mrSysDir
    self.program = desc.getProgram()
    self.name = desc.getName()
    self.workdirs = desc.getWorkDirs()
    self.hadoopdir = tempdir
    self.confdir = os.path.join(self.hadoopdir, '%d-%s' % (id, self.name), 
                                "confdir")
    self.logdir = os.path.join(self.hadoopdir, '%d-%s' % (id, self.name), 
                               "logdir")
    self.out = os.path.join(self.logdir, '%s.out' % self.name)
    self.err = os.path.join(self.logdir, '%s.err' % self.name)

    self.child = None
    self.restart = restart
    self.filledInKeyVals = []
    self._createWorkDirs()
    self._createHadoopSiteXml()
    self._createHadoopLogDir()
    self.__hadoopThread = None
    self.stdErrContents = "" # store list of contents for returning to user

  def _createWorkDirs(self):
    for dir in self.workdirs:
      if os.path.exists(dir):
        if not os.access(dir, os.F_OK | os.R_OK | os.W_OK | os.X_OK):
          raise ValueError, "Workdir %s does not allow rwx permission." % (dir)
        continue
      try:
        os.makedirs(dir)
      except:
        pass

  def getFilledInKeyValues(self):
    return self.filledInKeyVals

  def createXML(self, doc, attr, topElement, final):
    for k,v in attr.iteritems():
      self.log.debug('_createHadoopSiteXml: ' + str(k) + " " + str(v))
      if ( v == "fillinport" ):
        v = "%d" % (ServiceUtil.getUniqRandomPort(low=50000, log=self.log))

      keyvalpair = ''
      if isinstance(v, (tuple, list)):
        for item in v:
          keyvalpair = "%s%s=%s," % (keyvalpair, k, item)
        keyvalpair = keyvalpair[:-1]
      else:
        keyvalpair = k + '=' + v

      self.filledInKeyVals.append(keyvalpair)
      if(k == "mapred.job.tracker"): # total hack for time's sake
        keyvalpair = k + "=" + v
        self.filledInKeyVals.append(keyvalpair)
      
      if ( v == "fillinhostport"):
        port = "%d" % (ServiceUtil.getUniqRandomPort(low=50000, log=self.log))
        self.log.debug('Setting hostname to: %s' % local_fqdn())
        v = local_fqdn() + ':' + port
      
      keyvalpair = ''
      if isinstance(v, (tuple, list)):
        for item in v:
          keyvalpair = "%s%s=%s," % (keyvalpair, k, item)
        keyvalpair = keyvalpair[:-1]
      else:
        keyvalpair = k + '=' + v
      
      self.filledInKeyVals.append(keyvalpair)
      if ( v == "fillindir"):
        v = self.__mrSysDir
        pass
      
      prop = None
      if isinstance(v, (tuple, list)):
        for item in v:
          prop = self._createXmlElement(doc, k, item, "No description", final)
          topElement.appendChild(prop)
      else:
        if k == 'fs.default.name':
          prop = self._createXmlElement(doc, k, "hdfs://" + v, "No description", final)
        else:
          prop = self._createXmlElement(doc, k, v, "No description", final)
        topElement.appendChild(prop)
      
  def _createHadoopSiteXml(self):
    if self.restart:
      if not os.path.exists(self.confdir):
        os.makedirs(self.confdir)
    else:
      assert os.path.exists(self.confdir) == False
      os.makedirs(self.confdir)

    implementation = getDOMImplementation()
    doc = implementation.createDocument('', 'configuration', None)
    comment = doc.createComment("This is an auto generated hadoop-site.xml, do not modify")
    topElement = doc.documentElement
    topElement.appendChild(comment)
    
    finalAttr = self.desc.getfinalAttrs()
    self.createXML(doc, finalAttr, topElement, True)
    attr = {}
    attr1 = self.desc.getAttrs()
    for k,v in attr1.iteritems():
      if not finalAttr.has_key(k):
        attr[k] = v
    self.createXML(doc, attr, topElement, False)
              
    
    siteName = os.path.join(self.confdir, "hadoop-site.xml")
    sitefile = file(siteName, 'w')
    print >> sitefile, topElement.toxml()
    sitefile.close()
    self.log.debug('created %s' % (siteName))

  def _createHadoopLogDir(self):
    if self.restart:
      if not os.path.exists(self.logdir):
        os.makedirs(self.logdir)
    else:
      assert os.path.exists(self.logdir) == False
      os.makedirs(self.logdir)

  def _createXmlElement(self, doc, name, value, description, final):
    prop = doc.createElement("property")
    nameP = doc.createElement("name")
    string = doc.createTextNode(name)
    nameP.appendChild(string)
    valueP = doc.createElement("value")
    string = doc.createTextNode(value)
    valueP.appendChild(string)
    desc = doc.createElement("description")
    string = doc.createTextNode(description)
    desc.appendChild(string)
    prop.appendChild(nameP)
    prop.appendChild(valueP)
    prop.appendChild(desc)
    if (final):
      felement = doc.createElement("final")
      string = doc.createTextNode("true")
      felement.appendChild(string)
      prop.appendChild(felement)
      pass
    
    return prop

  def getMRSystemDirectoryManager(self):
    return MRSystemDirectoryManager(self.__hadoopThread.getPid(), self.__mrSysDir, \
                                    self.desc.getfinalAttrs()['fs.default.name'], \
                                    self.path, self.log)

  def run(self, dir):
    status = True
    args = []
    desc = self.desc
    
    self.log.debug(pprint.pformat(desc.dict))
    
    
    self.log.debug("Got package dir of %s" % dir)
    
    self.path = os.path.join(dir, self.program)
    
    self.log.debug("path: %s" % self.path)
    args.append(self.path)
    args.extend(desc.getArgv())
    envs = desc.getEnvs()
    fenvs = os.environ
    
    for k, v in envs.iteritems():
      fenvs[k] = v
    
    if envs.has_key('HADOOP_OPTS'):
      fenvs['HADOOP_OPTS'] = envs['HADOOP_OPTS']
      self.log.debug("HADOOP_OPTS : %s" % fenvs['HADOOP_OPTS'])
    
    fenvs['JAVA_HOME'] = self.javahome
    fenvs['HADOOP_CONF_DIR'] = self.confdir
    fenvs['HADOOP_LOG_DIR'] = self.logdir

    self.log.info(pprint.pformat(fenvs))

    hadoopCommand = ''
    for item in args:
        hadoopCommand = "%s%s " % (hadoopCommand, item)

    # Redirecting output and error to self.out and self.err
    hadoopCommand = hadoopCommand + ' 1>%s 2>%s ' % (self.out, self.err)
        
    self.log.debug('running command: %s' % (hadoopCommand)) 
    self.log.debug('hadoop env: %s' % fenvs)
    self.log.debug('Command stdout will be redirected to %s ' % self.out + \
                   'and command stderr to %s' % self.err)

    self.__hadoopThread = simpleCommand('hadoop', hadoopCommand, env=fenvs)
    self.__hadoopThread.start()
    
    while self.__hadoopThread.stdin == None:
      time.sleep(.2)
      self.log.debug("hadoopThread still == None ...")
    
    input = desc.getStdin()
    self.log.debug("hadoop input: %s" % input)
    if input:
      if self.__hadoopThread.is_running():
        print >>self.__hadoopThread.stdin, input
      else:
        self.log.error("hadoop command failed to start")
    
    self.__hadoopThread.stdin.close()  
    
    self.log.debug("isForground: %s" % desc.isForeground())
    if desc.isForeground():
      self.log.debug("Waiting on hadoop to finish...")
      self.__hadoopThread.wait()
      
      self.log.debug("Joining hadoop thread...")
      self.__hadoopThread.join()
      if self.__hadoopThread.exit_code() != 0:
        status = False
    else:
      status = self.getCommandStatus()
        
    self.log.debug("hadoop run status: %s" % status)    
    
    if status == False:
      self.handleFailedCommand()
   
    if (status == True) or (not desc.isIgnoreFailures()):
      return status
    else:
      self.log.error("Ignoring Failure")
      return True

  def kill(self):
    self.__hadoopThread.kill()
    if self.__hadoopThread:
      self.__hadoopThread.join()

  def addCleanup(self, list):
    list.extend(self.workdirs)
    list.append(self.confdir)

  def getCommandStatus(self):
    status = True
    ec = self.__hadoopThread.exit_code()
    if (ec != 0) and (ec != None):
      status = False
    return status

  def handleFailedCommand(self):
    self.log.error('hadoop error: %s' % (
                     self.__hadoopThread.exit_status_string()))
    # read the contents of redirected stderr to print information back to user
    if os.path.exists(self.err):
      f = None
      try:
        f = open(self.err)
        lines = f.readlines()
        # format
        for line in lines:
          self.stdErrContents = "%s%s" % (self.stdErrContents, line)
      finally:
        if f is not None:
          f.close()
    self.log.error('See %s.out and/or %s.err for details. They are ' % \
                   (self.name, self.name) + \
                   'located at subdirectories under either ' + \
                   'hodring.work-dirs or hodring.log-destination-uri.')

00487 class HodRing(hodBaseService):
  """The main class for hodring that
  polls the commands it runs"""
  def __init__(self, config):
    hodBaseService.__init__(self, 'hodring', config['hodring'])
    self.log = self.logs['main']
    self._http = None
    self.__pkg = None
    self.__pkgDir = None 
    self.__tempDir = None
    self.__running = {}
    self.__hadoopLogDirs = []
    self.__init_temp_dir()

  def __init_temp_dir(self):
    self.__tempDir = os.path.join(self._cfg['temp-dir'], 
                                  "%s.%s.hodring" % (self._cfg['userid'], 
                                                      self._cfg['service-id']))
    if not os.path.exists(self.__tempDir):
      os.makedirs(self.__tempDir)
    os.chdir(self.__tempDir)  

  def __fetch(self, url, spath):
    retry = 3
    success = False
    while (retry != 0 and success != True):
      try:
        input = urllib.urlopen(url)
        bufsz = 81920
        buf = input.read(bufsz)
        out = open(spath, 'w')
        while len(buf) > 0:
          out.write(buf)
          buf = input.read(bufsz)
        input.close()
        out.close()
        success = True
      except:
        self.log.debug("Failed to copy file")
        retry = retry - 1
    if (retry == 0 and success != True):
      raise IOError, "Failed to copy the files"

      
  def __get_name(self, addr):
    parsedUrl = urlparse(addr)
    path = parsedUrl[2]
    split = path.split('/', 1)
    return split[1]

00537   def __get_dir(self, name):
    """Return the root directory inside the tarball
    specified by name. Assumes that the tarball begins
    with a root directory."""
    import tarfile
    myTarFile = tarfile.open(name)
    hadoopPackage = myTarFile.getnames()[0]
    self.log.debug("tarball name : %s hadoop package name : %s" %(name,hadoopPackage))
    return hadoopPackage

  def getRunningValues(self):
    return self.__running.values()

  def getTempDir(self):
    return self.__tempDir

  def getHadoopLogDirs(self):
    return self.__hadoopLogDirs
 
  def __download_package(self, ringClient):
    self.log.debug("Found download address: %s" % 
                   self._cfg['download-addr'])
    try:
      addr = 'none'
      downloadTime = self._cfg['tarball-retry-initial-time']           # download time depends on tarball size and network bandwidth
      
      increment = 0
      
      addr = ringClient.getTarList(self.hostname)

      while(addr == 'none'):
        rand = self._cfg['tarball-retry-initial-time'] + increment + \
                        random.uniform(0,self._cfg['tarball-retry-interval'])
        increment = increment + 1
        self.log.debug("got no tarball. Retrying again in %s seconds." % rand)
        time.sleep(rand)
        addr = ringClient.getTarList(self.hostname)

    
      self.log.debug("got this address %s" % addr)
      
      tarName = self.__get_name(addr)
      self.log.debug("tar package name: %s" % tarName)
      
      fetchPath = os.path.join(os.getcwd(), tarName) 
      self.log.debug("fetch path: %s" % fetchPath)
      
      self.__fetch(addr, fetchPath)
      self.log.debug("done fetching")
    
      tarUrl = "http://%s:%d/%s" % (self._http.server_address[0], 
                                    self._http.server_address[1], 
                                    tarName)
      try: 
        ringClient.registerTarSource(self.hostname, tarUrl,addr)
        #ringClient.tarDone(addr)
      except KeyError, e:
        self.log.error("registerTarSource and tarDone failed: ", e)
        raise KeyError(e)
      
      check = untar(fetchPath, os.getcwd())
      
      if (check == False):
        raise IOError, "Untarring failed."
      
      self.__pkg = self.__get_dir(tarName)
      self.__pkgDir = os.path.join(os.getcwd(), self.__pkg)      
    except Exception, e:
      self.log.error("Failed download tar package: %s" % 
                     get_exception_error_string())
      raise Exception(e)
      
  def __run_hadoop_commands(self, restart=True):
    id = 0
    for desc in self._cfg['commanddesc']:
      self.log.debug(pprint.pformat(desc.dict))
      mrSysDir = getMapredSystemDirectory(self._cfg['mapred-system-dir-root'],
                          self._cfg['userid'], self._cfg['service-id'])
      self.log.debug('mrsysdir is %s' % mrSysDir)
      cmd = HadoopCommand(id, desc, self.__tempDir, self.__pkgDir, self.log, 
                          self._cfg['java-home'], mrSysDir, restart)
    
      self.__hadoopLogDirs.append(cmd.logdir)
      self.log.debug("hadoop log directory: %s" % self.__hadoopLogDirs)
      
      try:
        # if the tarball isn't there, we use the pkgs dir given.
        if self.__pkgDir == None:
          pkgdir = desc.getPkgDirs()
        else:
          pkgdir = self.__pkgDir

        self.log.debug('This is the packcage dir %s ' % (pkgdir))
        if not cmd.run(pkgdir):
          addnInfo = ""
          if cmd.stdErrContents is not "":
            addnInfo = " Information from stderr of the command:\n%s" % (cmd.stdErrContents)
          raise Exception("Could not launch the %s using %s/bin/hadoop.%s" % (desc.getName(), pkgdir, addnInfo))
      except Exception, e:
        self.log.debug("Exception running hadoop command: %s\n%s" % (get_exception_error_string(), get_exception_string()))
        self.__running[id] = cmd
        raise Exception(e)

      id += 1
      if desc.isForeground():
        continue
      self.__running[id-1] = cmd

      # ok.. now command is running. If this HodRing got jobtracker, 
      # Check if it is ready for accepting jobs, and then only return
      self.__check_jobtracker(desc, id-1, pkgdir)
      
  def __check_jobtracker(self, desc, id, pkgdir):
    # Check jobtracker status. Return properly if it is ready to accept jobs.
    # Currently Checks for Jetty to come up, the last thing that can be checked
    # before JT completes initialisation. To be perfectly reliable, we need 
    # hadoop support
    name = desc.getName()
    if name == 'jobtracker':
      # Yes I am the Jobtracker
      self.log.debug("Waiting for jobtracker to initialise")
      version = desc.getVersion()
      self.log.debug("jobtracker version : %s" % version)
      hadoopCmd = self.getRunningValues()[id]
      attrs = hadoopCmd.getFilledInKeyValues()
      attrs = parseEquals(attrs)
      jobTrackerAddr = attrs['mapred.job.tracker']
      self.log.debug("jobtracker rpc server : %s" % jobTrackerAddr)
      if version < 16:
        jettyAddr = jobTrackerAddr.split(':')[0] + ':' + \
                              attrs['mapred.job.tracker.info.port']
      else:
        jettyAddr = attrs['mapred.job.tracker.http.address']
      self.log.debug("Jobtracker jetty : %s" % jettyAddr)

      # Check for Jetty to come up
      # For this do a http head, and then look at the status
      defaultTimeout = socket.getdefaulttimeout()
      # socket timeout isn`t exposed at httplib level. Setting explicitly.
      socket.setdefaulttimeout(1)
      sleepTime = 0.5
      jettyStatus = False
      jettyStatusmsg = ""
      while sleepTime <= 32:
        # There is a possibility that the command might fail after a while.
        # This code will check if the command failed so that a better
        # error message can be returned to the user.
        if not hadoopCmd.getCommandStatus():
          self.log.critical('Hadoop command found to have failed when ' \
                            'checking for jobtracker status')
          hadoopCmd.handleFailedCommand()
          addnInfo = ""
          if hadoopCmd.stdErrContents is not "":
            addnInfo = " Information from stderr of the command:\n%s" \
                                        % (hadoopCmd.stdErrContents)
          raise Exception("Could not launch the %s using %s/bin/hadoop.%s" \
                                        % (desc.getName(), pkgdir, addnInfo))
          
        try:
          jettyConn = httplib.HTTPConnection(jettyAddr)
          jettyConn.request("HEAD", "/jobtracker.jsp")
          # httplib inherently retries the following till socket timeout
          resp = jettyConn.getresponse()
          if resp.status != 200:
            # Some problem?
            jettyStatus = False
            jettyStatusmsg = "Jetty gave a non-200 response to a HTTP-HEAD" +\
                             " request. HTTP Status (Code, Msg): (%s, %s)" % \
                             ( resp.status, resp.reason )
            break
          else:
            self.log.info("Jetty returned a 200 status (%s)" % resp.reason)
            self.log.info("JobTracker successfully initialised")
            return
        except socket.error:
          self.log.debug("Jetty gave a socket error. Sleeping for %s" \
                                                                  % sleepTime)
          time.sleep(sleepTime)
          sleepTime = sleepTime * 2
        except Exception, e:
          jettyStatus = False
          jettyStatusmsg = ("Process(possibly other than jetty) running on" + \
                  " port assigned to jetty is returning invalid http response")
          break
      socket.setdefaulttimeout(defaultTimeout)
      if not jettyStatus:
        self.log.critical("Jobtracker failed to initialise.")
        if jettyStatusmsg:
          self.log.critical( "Reason: %s" % jettyStatusmsg )
        else: self.log.critical( "Reason: Jetty failed to give response")
        raise Exception("JobTracker failed to initialise")

00729   def stop(self):
    self.log.debug("Entered hodring stop.")
    if self._http: 
      self.log.debug("stopping http server...")
      self._http.stop()
    
    self.log.debug("call hodsvcrgy stop...")
    hodBaseService.stop(self)
    
  def _xr_method_clusterStart(self, initialize=True):
    return self.clusterStart(initialize)

  def _xr_method_clusterStop(self):
    return self.clusterStop()
 
00744   def start(self):
    """Run and maintain hodring commands"""
    
    try:
      if self._cfg.has_key('download-addr'):
        self._http = threadedHTTPServer('', self._cfg['http-port-range'])
        self.log.info("Starting http server...")
        self._http.serve_forever()
        self.log.debug("http://%s:%d" % (self._http.server_address[0],
                     self._http.server_address[1]))
      
      hodBaseService.start(self)
      
      ringXRAddress = None
      if self._cfg.has_key('ringmaster-xrs-addr'):
        ringXRAddress = "http://%s:%s/" % (self._cfg['ringmaster-xrs-addr'][0],
                          self._cfg['ringmaster-xrs-addr'][1])
        self.log.debug("Ringmaster at %s" % ringXRAddress)

      self.log.debug("Creating service registry XML-RPC client.")
      serviceClient = hodXRClient(to_http_url(
                                  self._cfg['svcrgy-addr']))
      if ringXRAddress == None:
        self.log.info("Did not get ringmaster XML-RPC address. Fetching information from service registry.")
        ringList = serviceClient.getServiceInfo(self._cfg['userid'], 
            self._cfg['service-id'], 'ringmaster', 'hod')
      
        self.log.debug(pprint.pformat(ringList))
      
        if len(ringList):
          if isinstance(ringList, list):
            ringXRAddress = ringList[0]['xrs']
      
        count = 0
        while (ringXRAddress == None and count < 3000):
          ringList = serviceClient.getServiceInfo(self._cfg['userid'], 
            self._cfg['service-id'], 'ringmaster', 'hod')
        
          if len(ringList):
            if isinstance(ringList, list):
              ringXRAddress = ringList[0]['xrs']
        
          count = count + 1
          time.sleep(.2)
      
      if ringXRAddress == None:
        raise Exception("Could not get ringmaster XML-RPC server address.")
        
      self.log.debug("Creating ringmaster XML-RPC client.")
      ringClient = hodXRClient(ringXRAddress)    
      
      id = self.hostname + "_" + str(os.getpid())
      
      if 'download-addr' in self._cfg:
        self.__download_package(ringClient)
      else:
        self.log.debug("Did not find a download address.")
          
      cmdlist = []
      firstTime = True
      increment = 0
      hadoopStartupTime = 2
       
      cmdlist = ringClient.getCommand(id)

      while (cmdlist == []):
        if firstTime:
          sleepTime = increment + self._cfg['cmd-retry-initial-time'] + hadoopStartupTime\
                        + random.uniform(0,self._cfg['cmd-retry-interval'])
          firstTime = False
        else:
          sleepTime = increment + self._cfg['cmd-retry-initial-time'] + \
                        + random.uniform(0,self._cfg['cmd-retry-interval'])
        self.log.debug("Did not get command list. Waiting for %s seconds." % (sleepTime))
        time.sleep(sleepTime)
        increment = increment + 1
        cmdlist = ringClient.getCommand(id)

      self.log.debug(pformat(cmdlist)) 
      cmdDescs = []
      for cmds in cmdlist:
        cmdDescs.append(CommandDesc(cmds['dict'], self.log))
  
      self._cfg['commanddesc'] = cmdDescs
      
      self.log.info("Running hadoop commands...")

      self.__run_hadoop_commands(False)
        
      masterParams = []
      for k, cmd in self.__running.iteritems():
        masterParams.extend(cmd.filledInKeyVals)
  
      self.log.debug("printing getparams")
      self.log.debug(pformat(id))
      self.log.debug(pformat(masterParams))
      # when this is on a required host, the ringMaster already has our masterParams
      if(len(masterParams) > 0):
        ringClient.addMasterParams(id, masterParams)
    except Exception, e:
      raise Exception(e)

00846   def clusterStart(self, initialize=True):
    """Start a stopped mapreduce/dfs cluster"""
    if initialize:
      self.log.debug('clusterStart Method Invoked - Initialize')
    else:
      self.log.debug('clusterStart Method Invoked - No Initialize')
    try:
      self.log.debug("Creating service registry XML-RPC client.")
      serviceClient = hodXRClient(to_http_url(self._cfg['svcrgy-addr']),
                                  None, None, 0, 0, 0)

      self.log.info("Fetching ringmaster information from service registry.")
      count = 0
      ringXRAddress = None
      while (ringXRAddress == None and count < 3000):
        ringList = serviceClient.getServiceInfo(self._cfg['userid'],
          self._cfg['service-id'], 'ringmaster', 'hod')
        if len(ringList):
          if isinstance(ringList, list):
            ringXRAddress = ringList[0]['xrs']
        count = count + 1

      if ringXRAddress == None:
        raise Exception("Could not get ringmaster XML-RPC server address.")

      self.log.debug("Creating ringmaster XML-RPC client.")
      ringClient = hodXRClient(ringXRAddress, None, None, 0, 0, 0)

      id = self.hostname + "_" + str(os.getpid())

      cmdlist = []
      if initialize:
        if 'download-addr' in self._cfg:
          self.__download_package(ringClient)
        else:
          self.log.debug("Did not find a download address.")
        while (cmdlist == []):
          cmdlist = ringClient.getCommand(id)
      else:
        while (cmdlist == []):
          cmdlist = ringClient.getAdminCommand(id)

      self.log.debug(pformat(cmdlist))
      cmdDescs = []
      for cmds in cmdlist:
        cmdDescs.append(CommandDesc(cmds['dict'], self.log))

      self._cfg['commanddesc'] = cmdDescs

      if initialize:
        self.log.info("Running hadoop commands again... - Initialize")
        self.__run_hadoop_commands()
        masterParams = []
        for k, cmd in self.__running.iteritems():
          self.log.debug(cmd)
          masterParams.extend(cmd.filledInKeyVals)

        self.log.debug("printing getparams")
        self.log.debug(pformat(id))
        self.log.debug(pformat(masterParams))
        # when this is on a required host, the ringMaster already has our masterParams
        if(len(masterParams) > 0):
          ringClient.addMasterParams(id, masterParams)
      else:
        self.log.info("Running hadoop commands again... - No Initialize")
        self.__run_hadoop_commands()

    except:
      self.log.error(get_exception_string())

    return True

00918   def clusterStop(self):
    """Stop a running mapreduce/dfs cluster without stopping the hodring"""
    self.log.debug('clusterStop Method Invoked')
    try:
      for cmd in self.__running.values():
        cmd.kill()
      self.__running = {}
    except:
      self.log.error(get_exception_string())

    return True

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