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# pylint: disable-msg=C0111
# TODO: get rid of above, fix docstrings.
# Copyright (c) 2013 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
import logging
import common
import statsd
except ImportError:
logging.debug('import statsd failed, no stats will be reported.')
import statsd_mock as statsd
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import global_config
# Pylint locally complains about "No value passed for parameter 'key'" here
# pylint: disable=E1120
# If one has their hostname listed including a domain, ie. |milleral.mtv|,
# then this will show up on Graphite as milleral/mtv/<stats>. This seems
# silly, so let's replace '.'s with '_'s to disambiguate Graphite folders
# from FQDN hostnames.
AUTOTEST_SERVER = global_config.global_config.get_config_value(
'SERVER', 'hostname', default='localhost').replace('.', '_')
STATSD_SERVER = global_config.global_config.get_config_value('CROS',
STATSD_PORT = global_config.global_config.get_config_value('CROS',
'STATSD_PORT', type=int)
def _prepend_server(name, bare=False):
Since many people run their own local AFE, stats from a local setup
shouldn't get mixed into stats from prod. Therefore, this function
exists to prepend the name of the local server to the stats if |name|
doesn't start with the server name, so that each person has their own
"folder" of stats that they can look at.
However, this functionality might not always be wanted, so we allow
one to pass in |bare=True| to force us to not prepend the local
server name. (I'm not sure when one would use this, but I don't see why
I should disallow it...)
>>> AUTOTEST_SERVER = 'potato_nyc'
>>> _prepend_server('rpc.create_job', bare=False)
>>> _prepend_server('rpc.create_job', bare=True)
@param name The name to append to the server name if it doesn't start
with the server name.
@param bare If True, |name| will be returned un-altered.
@return A string to use as the stat name.
if not bare and not name.startswith(AUTOTEST_SERVER):
name = '%s.%s' % (AUTOTEST_SERVER, name)
return name
# statsd logs details about what its sending at the DEBUG level, which I really
# don't want to see tons of stats in logs, so all of these are silenced by
# setting the logging level for all of statsdto WARNING.
# In case someone uses statsd off of site-packages instead of here
# let's still override the defaults in case one starts using clients
# from statsd instead of from here. It can't hurt?
statsd.Connection.set_defaults(host=STATSD_SERVER, port=STATSD_PORT)
# This is the connection that we're going to reuse for every client that gets
# created. This should maximally reduce overhead of stats logging.
_conn = statsd.Connection(host=STATSD_SERVER, port=STATSD_PORT)
# We now need to wrap around the stats in statsd so that the server name gets
# automagically prepended.
# I was tempted to do this as just factory functions, ie.
# def Average(name, bare): return statsd.Average(_prepended(name, bare))
# but then we'd have things that look like a class and wrap a class but
# is not a class and that feels confusing. And
# Average = _prepend_to_stat(statsd.Average)
# just feels like too much magic, so we're left with lots of mini-classes.
class Average(statsd.Average):
"""Wrapper around statsd.Average."""
def __init__(self, name, connection=None, bare=False):
conn = connection or _conn
super(Average, self).__init__(_prepend_server(name, bare), conn)
class Counter(statsd.Counter):
"""Wrapper around statsd.Counter."""
def __init__(self, name, connection=None, bare=False):
conn = connection or _conn
super(Counter, self).__init__(_prepend_server(name, bare), conn)
class Gauge(statsd.Gauge):
"""Wrapper around statsd.Gauge."""
def __init__(self, name, connection=None, bare=False):
conn = connection or _conn
super(Gauge, self).__init__(_prepend_server(name, bare), conn)
class Timer(statsd.Timer):
"""Wrapper around statsd.Timer."""
def __init__(self, name, connection=None, bare=False):
conn = connection or _conn
super(Timer, self).__init__(_prepend_server(name, bare), conn)
# To override subname to not implicitly append 'total'.
def stop(self, subname=''):
super(Timer, self).stop(subname)
def __enter__(self):
return self
def __exit__(self, exn_type, exn_value, traceback):
class Raw(statsd.Raw):
"""Wrapper around statsd.Raw."""
def __init__(self, name, connection=None, bare=False):
conn = connection or _conn
super(Raw, self).__init__(_prepend_server(name, bare), conn)