Source code for apache_beam.internal.metrics.metric

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Metrics API classes for internal use only.

Users should use apache_beam.metrics.metric package instead.

For internal use only. No backwards compatibility guarantees.
# pytype: skip-file
# mypy: disallow-untyped-defs

import datetime
import logging
import threading
import time
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING
from typing import Dict
from typing import Optional
from typing import Type
from typing import Union

from apache_beam.internal.metrics.cells import HistogramCellFactory
from apache_beam.metrics import monitoring_infos
from apache_beam.metrics.execution import MetricUpdater
from apache_beam.metrics.metric import Metrics as UserMetrics
from apache_beam.metrics.metricbase import Histogram
from apache_beam.metrics.metricbase import MetricName

  from apache_beam.metrics.cells import MetricCell
  from apache_beam.metrics.cells import MetricCellFactory
  from apache_beam.utils.histogram import BucketType

# Protect against environments where bigquery library is not available.
# pylint: disable=wrong-import-order, wrong-import-position
  from import HttpError
except ImportError:

__all__ = ['Metrics']

_LOGGER = logging.getLogger(__name__)

class Metrics(object):
  def counter(urn, labels=None, process_wide=False):
    # type: (str, Optional[Dict[str, str]], bool) -> UserMetrics.DelegatingCounter

    """Obtains or creates a Counter metric.

      namespace: A class or string that gives the namespace to a metric
      name: A string that gives a unique name to a metric
      urn: URN to populate on a MonitoringInfo, when sending to RunnerHarness.
      labels: Labels to populate on a MonitoringInfo
      process_wide: Whether or not the metric is specific to the current bundle
          or should be calculated for the entire process.

      A Counter object.
    return UserMetrics.DelegatingCounter(
        MetricName(namespace=None, name=None, urn=urn, labels=labels),

  def histogram(namespace, name, bucket_type, logger=None):
    # type: (Union[Type, str], str, BucketType, Optional[MetricLogger]) -> Metrics.DelegatingHistogram

    """Obtains or creates a Histogram metric.

      namespace: A class or string that gives the namespace to a metric
      name: A string that gives a unique name to a metric
      bucket_type: A type of bucket used in a histogram. A subclass of
      logger: MetricLogger for logging locally aggregated metric

      A Histogram object.
    namespace = UserMetrics.get_namespace(namespace)
    return Metrics.DelegatingHistogram(
        MetricName(namespace, name), bucket_type, logger)

  class DelegatingHistogram(Histogram):
    """Metrics Histogram that Delegates functionality to MetricsEnvironment."""
    def __init__(self, metric_name, bucket_type, logger):
      # type: (MetricName, BucketType, Optional[MetricLogger]) -> None
      super(Metrics.DelegatingHistogram, self).__init__(metric_name)
      self.metric_name = metric_name
      self.cell_type = HistogramCellFactory(bucket_type)
      self.logger = logger
      self.updater = MetricUpdater(self.cell_type, self.metric_name)

    def update(self, value):
      # type: (object) -> None
      if self.logger:
        self.logger.update(self.cell_type, self.metric_name, value)

class MetricLogger(object):
  """Simple object to locally aggregate and log metrics.

  This class is experimental. No backwards-compatibility guarantees.
  def __init__(self):
    # type: () -> None
    self._metric = dict()  # type: Dict[MetricName, MetricCell]
    self._lock = threading.Lock()
    self._last_logging_millis = int(time.time() * 1000)
    self.minimum_logging_frequency_msec = 180000

  def update(self, cell_type, metric_name, value):
    # type: (Union[Type[MetricCell], MetricCellFactory], MetricName, object) -> None
    cell = self._get_metric_cell(cell_type, metric_name)

  def _get_metric_cell(self, cell_type, metric_name):
    # type: (Union[Type[MetricCell], MetricCellFactory], MetricName) -> MetricCell
    with self._lock:
      if metric_name not in self._metric:
        self._metric[metric_name] = cell_type()
    return self._metric[metric_name]

  def log_metrics(self, reset_after_logging=False):
    # type: (bool) -> None
    if self._lock.acquire(False):
        current_millis = int(time.time() * 1000)
        if ((current_millis - self._last_logging_millis) >
          logging_metric_info = [
              '[Locally aggregated metrics since %s]' %
                  self._last_logging_millis / 1000.0)
          for name, cell in self._metric.items():
            logging_metric_info.append('%s: %s' % (name, cell.get_cumulative()))
          if reset_after_logging:
            self._metric = dict()
          self._last_logging_millis = current_millis

class ServiceCallMetric(object):
  """Metric class which records Service API call metrics.

  This class will capture a request count metric for the specified
  request_count_urn and base_labels.

  When call() is invoked the status must be provided, which will
  be converted to a canonical GCP status code, if possible.

  TODO(ajamato): Add Request latency metric.
  def __init__(self, request_count_urn, base_labels=None):
    # type: (str, Optional[Dict[str, str]]) -> None
    self.base_labels = base_labels if base_labels else {}
    self.request_count_urn = request_count_urn

  def call(self, status):
    # type: (Union[int, str, HttpError]) -> None

    """Record the status of the call into appropriate metrics."""
    canonical_status = self.convert_to_canonical_status_string(status)
    additional_labels = {monitoring_infos.STATUS_LABEL: canonical_status}

    labels = dict(
        list(self.base_labels.items()) + list(additional_labels.items()))

    request_counter = Metrics.counter(
        urn=self.request_count_urn, labels=labels, process_wide=True)

  def convert_to_canonical_status_string(self, status):
    # type: (Union[int, str, HttpError]) -> str

    """Converts a status to a canonical GCP status cdoe string."""
    http_status_code = None
    if isinstance(status, int):
      http_status_code = status
    elif isinstance(status, str):
      return status.lower()
    elif isinstance(status, HttpError):
      http_status_code = int(status.status_code)
    http_to_canonical_gcp_status = {
        200: 'ok',
        400: 'out_of_range',
        401: 'unauthenticated',
        403: 'permission_denied',
        404: 'not_found',
        409: 'already_exists',
        429: 'resource_exhausted',
        499: 'cancelled',
        500: 'internal',
        501: 'not_implemented',
        503: 'unavailable',
        504: 'deadline_exceeded'
    if (http_status_code is not None and
        http_status_code in http_to_canonical_gcp_status):
      return http_to_canonical_gcp_status[http_status_code]
    return str(http_status_code)