Source code for apache_beam.runners.dataflow.dataflow_runner

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"""A runner implementation that submits a job for remote execution.

The runner will create a JSON description of the job graph and then submit it
to the Dataflow Service for remote execution by a worker.
# pytype: skip-file

import logging
import os
import threading
import time
import warnings
from collections import defaultdict
from subprocess import DEVNULL
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING
from typing import List

import apache_beam as beam
from apache_beam import coders
from apache_beam.options.pipeline_options import DebugOptions
from apache_beam.options.pipeline_options import GoogleCloudOptions
from apache_beam.options.pipeline_options import SetupOptions
from apache_beam.options.pipeline_options import StandardOptions
from apache_beam.options.pipeline_options import TestOptions
from apache_beam.options.pipeline_options import TypeOptions
from apache_beam.options.pipeline_options import WorkerOptions
from apache_beam.portability import common_urns
from apache_beam.runners.common import group_by_key_input_visitor
from apache_beam.runners.dataflow.internal.clients import dataflow as dataflow_api
from apache_beam.runners.runner import PipelineResult
from apache_beam.runners.runner import PipelineRunner
from apache_beam.runners.runner import PipelineState
from apache_beam.transforms import environments
from apache_beam.typehints import typehints
from apache_beam.utils import processes
from apache_beam.utils.interactive_utils import is_in_notebook
from apache_beam.utils.plugin import BeamPlugin

  from apache_beam.pipeline import PTransformOverride

__all__ = ['DataflowRunner']

_LOGGER = logging.getLogger(__name__)

    'The Read(BigQuerySource(...)) transform is not supported with newer stack '
    'features (Fn API, Dataflow Runner V2, etc). Please use the transform '
    ' instead.')

[docs]class DataflowRunner(PipelineRunner): """A runner that creates job graphs and submits them for remote execution. Every execution of the run() method will submit an independent job for remote execution that consists of the nodes reachable from the passed-in node argument or entire graph if the node is None. The run() method returns after the service creates the job, and the job status is reported as RUNNING. """ # A list of PTransformOverride objects to be applied before running a pipeline # using DataflowRunner. # Currently this only works for overrides where the input and output types do # not change. # For internal SDK use only. This should not be updated by Beam pipeline # authors. # Imported here to avoid circular dependencies. # TODO: Remove the apache_beam.pipeline dependency in CreatePTransformOverride from apache_beam.runners.dataflow.ptransform_overrides import NativeReadPTransformOverride # These overrides should be applied before the proto representation of the # graph is created. _PTRANSFORM_OVERRIDES = [ NativeReadPTransformOverride(), ] # type: List[PTransformOverride] def __init__(self, cache=None): self._default_environment = None
[docs] def is_fnapi_compatible(self): return False
[docs] @staticmethod def poll_for_job_completion( runner, result, duration, state_update_callback=None): """Polls for the specified job to finish running (successfully or not). Updates the result with the new job information before returning. Args: runner: DataflowRunner instance to use for polling job state. result: DataflowPipelineResult instance used for job information. duration (int): The time to wait (in milliseconds) for job to finish. If it is set to :data:`None`, it will wait indefinitely until the job is finished. """ if result.state == PipelineState.DONE: return last_message_time = None current_seen_messages = set() last_error_rank = float('-inf') last_error_msg = None last_job_state = None # How long to wait after pipeline failure for the error # message to show up giving the reason for the failure. # It typically takes about 30 seconds. final_countdown_timer_secs = 50.0 sleep_secs = 5.0 # Try to prioritize the user-level traceback, if any. def rank_error(msg): if 'work item was attempted' in msg: return -1 elif 'Traceback' in msg: return 1 return 0 if duration: start_secs = time.time() duration_secs = duration // 1000 job_id = result.job_id() while True: response = runner.dataflow_client.get_job(job_id) # If get() is called very soon after Create() the response may not contain # an initialized 'currentState' field. if response.currentState is not None: if response.currentState != last_job_state: if state_update_callback: state_update_callback(response.currentState)'Job %s is in state %s', job_id, response.currentState) last_job_state = response.currentState if str(response.currentState) != 'JOB_STATE_RUNNING': # Stop checking for new messages on timeout, explanatory # message received, success, or a terminal job state caused # by the user that therefore doesn't require explanation. if (final_countdown_timer_secs <= 0.0 or last_error_msg is not None or str(response.currentState) == 'JOB_STATE_DONE' or str(response.currentState) == 'JOB_STATE_CANCELLED' or str(response.currentState) == 'JOB_STATE_UPDATED' or str(response.currentState) == 'JOB_STATE_DRAINED'): break # Check that job is in a post-preparation state before starting the # final countdown. if (str(response.currentState) not in ('JOB_STATE_PENDING', 'JOB_STATE_QUEUED')): # The job has failed; ensure we see any final error messages. sleep_secs = 1.0 # poll faster during the final countdown final_countdown_timer_secs -= sleep_secs time.sleep(sleep_secs) # Get all messages since beginning of the job run or since last message. page_token = None while True: messages, page_token = runner.dataflow_client.list_messages( job_id, page_token=page_token, start_time=last_message_time) for m in messages: message = '%s: %s: %s' % (m.time, m.messageImportance, m.messageText) if not last_message_time or m.time > last_message_time: last_message_time = m.time current_seen_messages = set() if message in current_seen_messages: # Skip the message if it has already been seen at the current # time. This could be the case since the list_messages API is # queried starting at last_message_time. continue else: current_seen_messages.add(message) # Skip empty messages. if m.messageImportance is None: continue message_importance = str(m.messageImportance) if (message_importance == 'JOB_MESSAGE_DEBUG' or message_importance == 'JOB_MESSAGE_DETAILED'): _LOGGER.debug(message) elif message_importance == 'JOB_MESSAGE_BASIC': elif message_importance == 'JOB_MESSAGE_WARNING': _LOGGER.warning(message) elif message_importance == 'JOB_MESSAGE_ERROR': _LOGGER.error(message) if rank_error(m.messageText) >= last_error_rank: last_error_rank = rank_error(m.messageText) last_error_msg = m.messageText else: if not page_token: break if duration: passed_secs = time.time() - start_secs if passed_secs > duration_secs: _LOGGER.warning( 'Timing out on waiting for job %s after %d seconds', job_id, passed_secs) break result._job = response runner.last_error_msg = last_error_msg
@staticmethod def _only_element(iterable): # type: (Iterable[T]) -> T # noqa: F821 element, = iterable return element
[docs] @staticmethod def side_input_visitor(deterministic_key_coders=True): # Imported here to avoid circular dependencies. # pylint: disable=wrong-import-order, wrong-import-position from apache_beam.pipeline import PipelineVisitor from apache_beam.transforms.core import ParDo class SideInputVisitor(PipelineVisitor): """Ensures input `PCollection` used as a side inputs has a `KV` type. TODO(BEAM-115): Once Python SDK is compatible with the new Runner API, we could directly replace the coder instead of mutating the element type. """ def visit_transform(self, transform_node): if isinstance(transform_node.transform, ParDo): new_side_inputs = [] for side_input in transform_node.side_inputs: access_pattern = side_input._side_input_data().access_pattern if access_pattern == common_urns.side_inputs.ITERABLE.urn: # TODO( Stop # patching up the access pattern to appease Dataflow when # using the UW and hardcode the output type to be Any since # the Dataflow JSON and pipeline proto can differ in coders # which leads to encoding/decoding issues within the runner. side_input.pvalue.element_type = typehints.Any new_side_input = _DataflowIterableSideInput(side_input) elif access_pattern == common_urns.side_inputs.MULTIMAP.urn: # Ensure the input coder is a KV coder and patch up the # access pattern to appease Dataflow. side_input.pvalue.element_type = typehints.coerce_to_kv_type( side_input.pvalue.element_type, transform_node.full_label) side_input.pvalue.requires_deterministic_key_coder = ( deterministic_key_coders and transform_node.full_label) new_side_input = _DataflowMultimapSideInput(side_input) else: raise ValueError( 'Unsupported access pattern for %r: %r' % (transform_node.full_label, access_pattern)) new_side_inputs.append(new_side_input) transform_node.side_inputs = new_side_inputs transform_node.transform.side_inputs = new_side_inputs return SideInputVisitor()
[docs] @staticmethod def flatten_input_visitor(): # Imported here to avoid circular dependencies. from apache_beam.pipeline import PipelineVisitor class FlattenInputVisitor(PipelineVisitor): """A visitor that replaces the element type for input ``PCollections``s of a ``Flatten`` transform with that of the output ``PCollection``. """ def visit_transform(self, transform_node): # Imported here to avoid circular dependencies. # pylint: disable=wrong-import-order, wrong-import-position from apache_beam import Flatten if isinstance(transform_node.transform, Flatten): output_pcoll = DataflowRunner._only_element( transform_node.outputs.values()) for input_pcoll in transform_node.inputs: input_pcoll.element_type = output_pcoll.element_type return FlattenInputVisitor()
[docs] @staticmethod def combinefn_visitor(): # Imported here to avoid circular dependencies. from apache_beam.pipeline import PipelineVisitor from apache_beam import core class CombineFnVisitor(PipelineVisitor): """Checks if `CombineFn` has non-default setup or teardown methods. If yes, raises `ValueError`. """ def visit_transform(self, applied_transform): transform = applied_transform.transform if isinstance(transform, core.ParDo) and isinstance( transform.fn, core.CombineValuesDoFn): if self._overrides_setup_or_teardown(transform.fn.combinefn): raise ValueError( 'CombineFn.setup and CombineFn.teardown are ' 'not supported with non-portable Dataflow ' 'runner. Please use Dataflow Runner V2 instead.') @staticmethod def _overrides_setup_or_teardown(combinefn): # TODO( provide an # implementation for this method return False return CombineFnVisitor()
def _adjust_pipeline_for_dataflow_v2(self, pipeline): # Dataflow runner requires a KV type for GBK inputs, hence we enforce that # here. pipeline.visit( group_by_key_input_visitor( not pipeline._options.view_as( TypeOptions).allow_non_deterministic_key_coders))
[docs] def run_pipeline(self, pipeline, options, pipeline_proto=None): """Remotely executes entire pipeline or parts reachable from node.""" if _is_runner_v2_disabled(options): raise ValueError( 'Disabling Runner V2 no longer supported ' 'using Beam Python %s.' % beam.version.__version__) # Label goog-dataflow-notebook if job is started from notebook. if is_in_notebook(): notebook_version = ( 'goog-dataflow-notebook=' + beam.version.__version__.replace('.', '_')) if options.view_as(GoogleCloudOptions).labels: options.view_as(GoogleCloudOptions).labels.append(notebook_version) else: options.view_as(GoogleCloudOptions).labels = [notebook_version] # Import here to avoid adding the dependency for local running scenarios. try: # pylint: disable=wrong-import-order, wrong-import-position from apache_beam.runners.dataflow.internal import apiclient except ImportError: raise ImportError( 'Google Cloud Dataflow runner not available, ' 'please install apache_beam[gcp]') _check_and_add_missing_options(options) # Convert all side inputs into a form acceptable to Dataflow. if pipeline: pipeline.visit(self.combinefn_visitor()) pipeline.visit( self.side_input_visitor( deterministic_key_coders=not options.view_as( TypeOptions).allow_non_deterministic_key_coders)) # Performing configured PTransform overrides. Note that this is currently # done before Runner API serialization, since the new proto needs to # contain any added PTransforms. pipeline.replace_all(DataflowRunner._PTRANSFORM_OVERRIDES) if options.view_as(DebugOptions).lookup_experiment('use_legacy_bq_sink'): warnings.warn( "Native sinks no longer implemented; " "ignoring use_legacy_bq_sink.") if pipeline_proto: self.proto_pipeline = pipeline_proto else: if options.view_as(SetupOptions).prebuild_sdk_container_engine: # if prebuild_sdk_container_engine is specified we will build a new sdk # container image with dependencies pre-installed and use that image, # instead of using the inferred default container image. self._default_environment = ( environments.DockerEnvironment.from_options(options)) options.view_as(WorkerOptions).sdk_container_image = ( self._default_environment.container_image) else: artifacts = environments.python_sdk_dependencies(options) if artifacts: "Pipeline has additional dependencies to be installed " "in SDK worker container, consider using the SDK " "container image pre-building workflow to avoid " "repetitive installations. Learn more on " "" "using-custom-containers#prebuild") self._default_environment = ( environments.DockerEnvironment.from_container_image( apiclient.get_container_image_from_options(options), artifacts=artifacts, resource_hints=environments.resource_hints_from_options( options))) # This has to be performed before pipeline proto is constructed to make # sure that the changes are reflected in the portable job submission path. self._adjust_pipeline_for_dataflow_v2(pipeline) # Snapshot the pipeline in a portable proto. self.proto_pipeline, self.proto_context = pipeline.to_runner_api( return_context=True, default_environment=self._default_environment) # Dataflow can only handle Docker environments. for env_id, env in self.proto_pipeline.components.environments.items(): self.proto_pipeline.components.environments[env_id].CopyFrom( environments.resolve_anyof_environment( env, common_urns.environments.DOCKER.urn)) # Optimize the pipeline if it not streaming and the pre_optimize # experiment is set. if not options.view_as(StandardOptions).streaming: pre_optimize = options.view_as(DebugOptions).lookup_experiment( 'pre_optimize', 'default').lower() from apache_beam.runners.portability.fn_api_runner import translations if pre_optimize == 'none': phases = [] elif pre_optimize == 'default' or pre_optimize == 'all': phases = [translations.pack_combiners, translations.sort_stages] else: phases = [] for phase_name in pre_optimize.split(','): # For now, these are all we allow. if phase_name in ('pack_combiners', ): phases.append(getattr(translations, phase_name)) else: raise ValueError( 'Unknown or inapplicable phase for pre_optimize: %s' % phase_name) phases.append(translations.sort_stages) if phases: self.proto_pipeline = translations.optimize_pipeline( self.proto_pipeline, phases=phases, known_runner_urns=frozenset(), partial=True) # Add setup_options for all the BeamPlugin imports setup_options = options.view_as(SetupOptions) plugins = BeamPlugin.get_all_plugin_paths() if setup_options.beam_plugins is not None: plugins = list(set(plugins + setup_options.beam_plugins)) setup_options.beam_plugins = plugins # Elevate "min_cpu_platform" to pipeline option, but using the existing # experiment. debug_options = options.view_as(DebugOptions) worker_options = options.view_as(WorkerOptions) if worker_options.min_cpu_platform: debug_options.add_experiment( 'min_cpu_platform=' + worker_options.min_cpu_platform) self.job = apiclient.Job(options, self.proto_pipeline) test_options = options.view_as(TestOptions) # If it is a dry run, return without submitting the job. if test_options.dry_run: result = PipelineResult(PipelineState.DONE) result.wait_until_finish = lambda duration=None: None return result # Get a Dataflow API client and set its options self.dataflow_client = apiclient.DataflowApplicationClient( options, self.job.root_staging_location) # Create the job description and send a request to the service. The result # can be None if there is no need to send a request to the service (e.g. # template creation). If a request was sent and failed then the call will # raise an exception. result = DataflowPipelineResult( self.dataflow_client.create_job(self.job), self) # TODO(BEAM-4274): Circular import runners-metrics. Requires refactoring. from apache_beam.runners.dataflow.dataflow_metrics import DataflowMetrics self._metrics = DataflowMetrics(self.dataflow_client, result, self.job) result.metric_results = self._metrics return result
@staticmethod def _get_coder(typehint, window_coder): """Returns a coder based on a typehint object.""" if window_coder: return coders.WindowedValueCoder( coders.registry.get_coder(typehint), window_coder=window_coder) return coders.registry.get_coder(typehint) def _verify_gbk_coders(self, transform, pcoll): # Infer coder of parent. # # TODO(ccy): make Coder inference and checking less specialized and more # comprehensive. parent = pcoll.producer if parent: coder = parent.transform._infer_output_coder() # pylint: disable=protected-access if not coder: coder = self._get_coder(pcoll.element_type or typehints.Any, None) if not coder.is_kv_coder(): raise ValueError(( 'Coder for the GroupByKey operation "%s" is not a ' 'key-value coder: %s.') % (transform.label, coder)) # TODO(robertwb): Update the coder itself if it changed. coders.registry.verify_deterministic( coder.key_coder(), 'GroupByKey operation "%s"' % transform.label)
[docs] def get_default_gcp_region(self): """Get a default value for Google Cloud region according to If no default can be found, returns None. """ environment_region = os.environ.get('CLOUDSDK_COMPUTE_REGION') if environment_region: 'Using default GCP region %s from $CLOUDSDK_COMPUTE_REGION', environment_region) return environment_region try: cmd = ['gcloud', 'config', 'get-value', 'compute/region'] raw_output = processes.check_output(cmd, stderr=DEVNULL) formatted_output = raw_output.decode('utf-8').strip() if formatted_output: 'Using default GCP region %s from `%s`', formatted_output, ' '.join(cmd)) return formatted_output except RuntimeError: pass return None
class _DataflowSideInput(beam.pvalue.AsSideInput): """Wraps a side input as a dataflow-compatible side input.""" def _view_options(self): return { 'data': self._data, } def _side_input_data(self): return self._data def _add_runner_v2_missing_options(options): debug_options = options.view_as(DebugOptions) debug_options.add_experiment('beam_fn_api') debug_options.add_experiment('use_unified_worker') debug_options.add_experiment('use_runner_v2') debug_options.add_experiment('use_portable_job_submission') def _check_and_add_missing_options(options): # Type: (PipelineOptions) -> None """Validates and adds missing pipeline options depending on options set. :param options: PipelineOptions for this pipeline. """ debug_options = options.view_as(DebugOptions) dataflow_service_options = options.view_as( GoogleCloudOptions).dataflow_service_options or [] options.view_as( GoogleCloudOptions).dataflow_service_options = dataflow_service_options _add_runner_v2_missing_options(options) # Ensure that prime is specified as an experiment if specified as a dataflow # service option if 'enable_prime' in dataflow_service_options: debug_options.add_experiment('enable_prime') elif debug_options.lookup_experiment('enable_prime'): dataflow_service_options.append('enable_prime') sdk_location = options.view_as(SetupOptions).sdk_location if 'dev' in beam.version.__version__ and sdk_location == 'default': raise ValueError( "You are submitting a pipeline with Apache Beam Python SDK " f"{beam.version.__version__}. " "When launching Dataflow jobs with an unreleased (dev) SDK, " "please provide an SDK distribution in the --sdk_location option " "to use a consistent SDK version at " "pipeline submission and runtime. To ignore this error and use " "an SDK preinstalled in the default Dataflow dev runtime environment " "or in a custom container image, use --sdk_location=container.") # Streaming only supports using runner v2 (aka unified worker). # Runner v2 only supports using streaming engine (aka windmill service) if options.view_as(StandardOptions).streaming: google_cloud_options = options.view_as(GoogleCloudOptions) if (not google_cloud_options.enable_streaming_engine and (debug_options.lookup_experiment("enable_windmill_service") or debug_options.lookup_experiment("enable_streaming_engine"))): raise ValueError( """Streaming engine both disabled and enabled: --enable_streaming_engine flag is not set, but enable_windmill_service and/or enable_streaming_engine experiments are present. It is recommended you only set the --enable_streaming_engine flag.""") # Ensure that if we detected a streaming pipeline that streaming specific # options and experiments. options.view_as(StandardOptions).streaming = True google_cloud_options.enable_streaming_engine = True debug_options.add_experiment("enable_streaming_engine") debug_options.add_experiment("enable_windmill_service") def _is_runner_v2_disabled(options): # Type: (PipelineOptions) -> bool """Returns true if runner v2 is disabled.""" debug_options = options.view_as(DebugOptions) return ( debug_options.lookup_experiment('disable_runner_v2') or debug_options.lookup_experiment('disable_runner_v2_until_2023') or debug_options.lookup_experiment('disable_runner_v2_until_v2.50') or debug_options.lookup_experiment('disable_prime_runner_v2')) class _DataflowIterableSideInput(_DataflowSideInput): """Wraps an iterable side input as dataflow-compatible side input.""" def __init__(self, side_input): # pylint: disable=protected-access self.pvalue = side_input.pvalue side_input_data = side_input._side_input_data() assert ( side_input_data.access_pattern == common_urns.side_inputs.ITERABLE.urn) self._data = beam.pvalue.SideInputData( common_urns.side_inputs.ITERABLE.urn, side_input_data.window_mapping_fn, side_input_data.view_fn) class _DataflowMultimapSideInput(_DataflowSideInput): """Wraps a multimap side input as dataflow-compatible side input.""" def __init__(self, side_input): # pylint: disable=protected-access self.pvalue = side_input.pvalue side_input_data = side_input._side_input_data() assert ( side_input_data.access_pattern == common_urns.side_inputs.MULTIMAP.urn) self._data = beam.pvalue.SideInputData( common_urns.side_inputs.MULTIMAP.urn, side_input_data.window_mapping_fn, side_input_data.view_fn) class DataflowPipelineResult(PipelineResult): """Represents the state of a pipeline run on the Dataflow service.""" def __init__(self, job, runner): """Initialize a new DataflowPipelineResult instance. Args: job: Job message from the Dataflow API. Could be :data:`None` if a job request was not sent to Dataflow service (e.g. template jobs). runner: DataflowRunner instance. """ self._job = job self._runner = runner self.metric_results = None def _update_job(self): # We need the job id to be able to update job information. There is no need # to update the job if we are in a known terminal state. if self.has_job and not self.is_in_terminal_state(): self._job = self._runner.dataflow_client.get_job(self.job_id()) def job_id(self): return def metrics(self): return self.metric_results def monitoring_infos(self): logging.warning('Monitoring infos not yet supported for Dataflow runner.') return [] @property def has_job(self): return self._job is not None @staticmethod def api_jobstate_to_pipeline_state(api_jobstate): values_enum = dataflow_api.Job.CurrentStateValueValuesEnum # Ordered by the enum values. Values that may be introduced in # future versions of Dataflow API are considered UNRECOGNIZED by this SDK. api_jobstate_map = defaultdict( lambda: PipelineState.UNRECOGNIZED, { values_enum.JOB_STATE_UNKNOWN: PipelineState.UNKNOWN, values_enum.JOB_STATE_STOPPED: PipelineState.STOPPED, values_enum.JOB_STATE_RUNNING: PipelineState.RUNNING, values_enum.JOB_STATE_DONE: PipelineState.DONE, values_enum.JOB_STATE_FAILED: PipelineState.FAILED, values_enum.JOB_STATE_CANCELLED: PipelineState.CANCELLED, values_enum.JOB_STATE_UPDATED: PipelineState.UPDATED, values_enum.JOB_STATE_DRAINING: PipelineState.DRAINING, values_enum.JOB_STATE_DRAINED: PipelineState.DRAINED, values_enum.JOB_STATE_PENDING: PipelineState.PENDING, values_enum.JOB_STATE_CANCELLING: PipelineState.CANCELLING, values_enum.JOB_STATE_RESOURCE_CLEANING_UP: PipelineState. RESOURCE_CLEANING_UP, }) return ( api_jobstate_map[api_jobstate] if api_jobstate else PipelineState.UNKNOWN) def _get_job_state(self): return self.api_jobstate_to_pipeline_state(self._job.currentState) @property def state(self): """Return the current state of the remote job. Returns: A PipelineState object. """ if not self.has_job: # return PipelineState.DONE self._update_job() return self._get_job_state() def is_in_terminal_state(self): if not self.has_job: return True return PipelineState.is_terminal(self._get_job_state()) def wait_until_finish(self, duration=None): if not self.is_in_terminal_state(): if not self.has_job: raise IOError('Failed to get the Dataflow job id.') consoleUrl = ( "Console URL:" f"dataflow/jobs/<RegionId>/{self.job_id()}" "?project=<ProjectId>") thread = threading.Thread( target=DataflowRunner.poll_for_job_completion, args=(self._runner, self, duration)) # Mark the thread as a daemon thread so a keyboard interrupt on the main # thread will terminate everything. This is also the reason we will not # use thread.join() to wait for the polling thread. thread.daemon = True thread.start() while thread.is_alive(): time.sleep(5.0) # TODO: Merge the termination code in poll_for_job_completion and # is_in_terminal_state. terminated = self.is_in_terminal_state() assert duration or terminated, ( 'Job did not reach to a terminal state after waiting indefinitely. ' '{}'.format(consoleUrl)) if terminated and self.state != PipelineState.DONE: # TODO(BEAM-1290): Consider converting this to an error log based on # theresolution of the issue. _LOGGER.error(consoleUrl) raise DataflowRuntimeException( 'Dataflow pipeline failed. State: %s, Error:\n%s' % (self.state, getattr(self._runner, 'last_error_msg', None)), self) elif PipelineState.is_terminal( self.state) and self.state == PipelineState.FAILED and self._runner: raise DataflowRuntimeException( 'Dataflow pipeline failed. State: %s, Error:\n%s' % (self.state, getattr(self._runner, 'last_error_msg', None)), self) return self.state def cancel(self): if not self.has_job: raise IOError('Failed to get the Dataflow job id.') self._update_job() if self.is_in_terminal_state(): _LOGGER.warning( 'Cancel failed because job %s is already terminated in state %s.', self.job_id(), self.state) else: if not self._runner.dataflow_client.modify_job_state( self.job_id(), 'JOB_STATE_CANCELLED'): cancel_failed_message = ( 'Failed to cancel job %s, please go to the Developers Console to ' 'cancel it manually.') % self.job_id() _LOGGER.error(cancel_failed_message) raise DataflowRuntimeException(cancel_failed_message, self) return self.state def __str__(self): return '<%s %s %s>' % (self.__class__.__name__, self.job_id(), self.state) def __repr__(self): return '<%s %s at %s>' % (self.__class__.__name__, self._job, hex(id(self))) class DataflowRuntimeException(Exception): """Indicates an error has occurred in running this pipeline.""" def __init__(self, msg, result): super().__init__(msg) self.result = result