taskcluster/mach_commands.py
author Brian Stack <bstack@mozilla.com>
Wed, 07 Dec 2016 13:33:20 -1000
changeset 325930 5d8a7572ef5933b1fdb515c6ba65fe4c3d7859c4
parent 323329 1fbab277e984c006d8b67ebb0c6a1abffb7b743a
child 330204 ce16140b93fa194e488c1531ce5b2fbeb70abbd3
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1289823 - Add backfilling as an action-task r=armenzg,dustin MozReview-Commit-ID: HALwE6Q0Lch

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.


from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals

import json
import logging
import sys
import traceback
import re

from mach.decorators import (
    CommandArgument,
    CommandProvider,
    Command,
    SubCommand,
)

from mozbuild.base import MachCommandBase

ARTIFACT_URL = 'https://queue.taskcluster.net/v1/task/{}/artifacts/{}'


class ShowTaskGraphSubCommand(SubCommand):
    """A SubCommand with TaskGraph-specific arguments"""

    def __call__(self, func):
        after = SubCommand.__call__(self, func)
        args = [
            CommandArgument('--root', '-r', default='taskcluster/ci',
                            help="root of the taskgraph definition relative to topsrcdir"),
            CommandArgument('--quiet', '-q', action="store_true",
                            help="suppress all logging output"),
            CommandArgument('--verbose', '-v', action="store_true",
                            help="include debug-level logging output"),
            CommandArgument('--json', '-J', action="store_const",
                            dest="format", const="json",
                            help="Output task graph as a JSON object"),
            CommandArgument('--labels', '-L', action="store_const",
                            dest="format", const="labels",
                            help="Output the label for each task in the task graph (default)"),
            CommandArgument('--parameters', '-p', required=True,
                            help="parameters file (.yml or .json; see "
                                 "`taskcluster/docs/parameters.rst`)`"),
            CommandArgument('--no-optimize', dest="optimize", action="store_false",
                            default="true",
                            help="do not remove tasks from the graph that are found in the "
                            "index (a.k.a. optimize the graph)"),
            CommandArgument('--tasks-regex', '--tasks', default=None,
                            help="only return tasks with labels matching this regular "
                            "expression.")

        ]
        for arg in args:
            after = arg(after)
        return after


@CommandProvider
class MachCommands(MachCommandBase):

    @Command('taskgraph', category="ci",
             description="Manipulate TaskCluster task graphs defined in-tree")
    def taskgraph(self):
        """The taskgraph subcommands all relate to the generation of task graphs
        for Gecko continuous integration.  A task graph is a set of tasks linked
        by dependencies: for example, a binary must be built before it is tested,
        and that build may further depend on various toolchains, libraries, etc.
        """

    @SubCommand('taskgraph', 'python-tests',
                description='Run the taskgraph unit tests')
    def taskgraph_python_tests(self, **options):
        import unittest
        import mozunit
        suite = unittest.defaultTestLoader.discover('taskgraph.test')
        runner = mozunit.MozTestRunner(verbosity=2)
        result = runner.run(suite)
        if not result.wasSuccessful():
            sys.exit(1)

    @ShowTaskGraphSubCommand('taskgraph', 'tasks',
                             description="Show all tasks in the taskgraph")
    def taskgraph_tasks(self, **options):
        return self.show_taskgraph('full_task_set', options)

    @ShowTaskGraphSubCommand('taskgraph', 'full',
                             description="Show the full taskgraph")
    def taskgraph_full(self, **options):
        return self.show_taskgraph('full_task_graph', options)

    @ShowTaskGraphSubCommand('taskgraph', 'target',
                             description="Show the target task set")
    def taskgraph_target(self, **options):
        return self.show_taskgraph('target_task_set', options)

    @ShowTaskGraphSubCommand('taskgraph', 'target-graph',
                             description="Show the target taskgraph")
    def taskgraph_target_taskgraph(self, **options):
        return self.show_taskgraph('target_task_graph', options)

    @ShowTaskGraphSubCommand('taskgraph', 'optimized',
                             description="Show the optimized taskgraph")
    def taskgraph_optimized(self, **options):
        return self.show_taskgraph('optimized_task_graph', options)

    @SubCommand('taskgraph', 'decision',
                description="Run the decision task")
    @CommandArgument('--root', '-r',
                     default='taskcluster/ci',
                     help="root of the taskgraph definition relative to topsrcdir")
    @CommandArgument('--base-repository',
                     required=True,
                     help='URL for "base" repository to clone')
    @CommandArgument('--head-repository',
                     required=True,
                     help='URL for "head" repository to fetch revision from')
    @CommandArgument('--head-ref',
                     required=True,
                     help='Reference (this is same as rev usually for hg)')
    @CommandArgument('--head-rev',
                     required=True,
                     help='Commit revision to use from head repository')
    @CommandArgument('--message',
                     required=True,
                     help='Commit message to be parsed. Example: "try: -b do -p all -u all"')
    @CommandArgument('--revision-hash',
                     required=True,
                     help='Treeherder revision hash (long revision id) to attach results to')
    @CommandArgument('--project',
                     required=True,
                     help='Project to use for creating task graph. Example: --project=try')
    @CommandArgument('--pushlog-id',
                     dest='pushlog_id',
                     required=True,
                     default=0)
    @CommandArgument('--pushdate',
                     dest='pushdate',
                     required=True,
                     type=int,
                     default=0)
    @CommandArgument('--owner',
                     required=True,
                     help='email address of who owns this graph')
    @CommandArgument('--level',
                     required=True,
                     help='SCM level of this repository')
    @CommandArgument('--triggered-by',
                     choices=['nightly', 'push'],
                     default='push',
                     help='Source of execution of the decision graph')
    @CommandArgument('--target-tasks-method',
                     help='method for selecting the target tasks to generate')
    def taskgraph_decision(self, **options):
        """Run the decision task: generate a task graph and submit to
        TaskCluster.  This is only meant to be called within decision tasks,
        and requires a great many arguments.  Commands like `mach taskgraph
        optimized` are better suited to use on the command line, and can take
        the parameters file generated by a decision task.  """

        import taskgraph.decision
        try:
            self.setup_logging()
            return taskgraph.decision.taskgraph_decision(options)
        except Exception:
            traceback.print_exc()
            sys.exit(1)

    @SubCommand('taskgraph', 'action-task',
                description="Run the add-tasks task. DEPRECATED! Use 'add-tasks' instead.")
    @CommandArgument('--root', '-r',
                     default='taskcluster/ci',
                     help="root of the taskgraph definition relative to topsrcdir")
    @CommandArgument('--decision-id',
                     required=True,
                     help="Decision Task ID of the reference decision task")
    @CommandArgument('--task-labels',
                     required=True,
                     help='Comma separated list of task labels to be scheduled')
    def taskgraph_action(self, **options):
        """Run the action task: Generates a task graph using the set of labels
        provided in the task-labels parameter. It uses the full-task file of
        the gecko decision task."""

        import taskgraph.action
        try:
            self.setup_logging()
            return taskgraph.action.add_tasks(options['decision_id'],
                                              options['task_labels'].split(','))
        except Exception:
            traceback.print_exc()
            sys.exit(1)

    @SubCommand('taskgraph', 'add-tasks',
                description="Run the add-tasks task")
    @CommandArgument('--root', '-r',
                     default='taskcluster/ci',
                     help="root of the taskgraph definition relative to topsrcdir")
    @CommandArgument('--decision-id',
                     required=True,
                     help="Decision Task ID of the reference decision task")
    @CommandArgument('--task-labels',
                     required=True,
                     help='Comma separated list of task labels to be scheduled')
    def taskgraph_add_tasks(self, **options):
        """Run the action task: Generates a task graph using the set of labels
        provided in the task-labels parameter. It uses the full-task file of
        the gecko decision task."""

        import taskgraph.action
        try:
            self.setup_logging()
            return taskgraph.action.add_tasks(options['decision_id'],
                                              options['task_labels'].split(','))
        except Exception:
            traceback.print_exc()
            sys.exit(1)

    @SubCommand('taskgraph', 'backfill',
                description="Run the backfill task")
    @CommandArgument('--root', '-r',
                     default='taskcluster/ci',
                     help="root of the taskgraph definition relative to topsrcdir")
    @CommandArgument('--project',
                     required=True,
                     help="Project of the jobs that need to be backfilled.")
    @CommandArgument('--job-id',
                     required=True,
                     help="Id of the job to be backfilled.")
    def taskgraph_backfill(self, **options):
        """Run the backfill task: Given a job in a project, it will
        add that job type to any previous revisions in treeherder
        until either a hard limit is met or a green version of that
        job is found."""

        import taskgraph.action
        try:
            self.setup_logging()
            return taskgraph.action.backfill(options['project'], options['job_id'])
        except Exception:
            traceback.print_exc()
            sys.exit(1)

    def setup_logging(self, quiet=False, verbose=True):
        """
        Set up Python logging for all loggers, sending results to stderr (so
        that command output can be redirected easily) and adding the typical
        mach timestamp.
        """
        # remove the old terminal handler
        old = self.log_manager.replace_terminal_handler(None)

        # re-add it, with level and fh set appropriately
        if not quiet:
            level = logging.DEBUG if verbose else logging.INFO
            self.log_manager.add_terminal_logging(
                fh=sys.stderr, level=level,
                write_interval=old.formatter.write_interval,
                write_times=old.formatter.write_times)

        # all of the taskgraph logging is unstructured logging
        self.log_manager.enable_unstructured()

    def show_taskgraph(self, graph_attr, options):
        import taskgraph.parameters
        import taskgraph.target_tasks
        import taskgraph.generator

        try:
            self.setup_logging(quiet=options['quiet'], verbose=options['verbose'])
            parameters = taskgraph.parameters.load_parameters_file(options)
            parameters.check()

            tgg = taskgraph.generator.TaskGraphGenerator(
                root_dir=options['root'],
                parameters=parameters)

            tg = getattr(tgg, graph_attr)

            show_method = getattr(self, 'show_taskgraph_' + (options['format'] or 'labels'))
            tg = self.get_filtered_taskgraph(tg, options["tasks_regex"])
            show_method(tg)
        except Exception:
            traceback.print_exc()
            sys.exit(1)

    def show_taskgraph_labels(self, taskgraph):
        for label in taskgraph.graph.visit_postorder():
            print(label)

    def show_taskgraph_json(self, taskgraph):
        print(json.dumps(taskgraph.to_json(),
              sort_keys=True, indent=2, separators=(',', ': ')))

    def get_filtered_taskgraph(self, taskgraph, tasksregex):
        from taskgraph.graph import Graph
        from taskgraph.taskgraph import TaskGraph
        """
        This class method filters all the tasks on basis of a regular expression
        and returns a new TaskGraph object
        """
        # return original taskgraph if no regular expression is passed
        if not tasksregex:
            return taskgraph
        named_links_dict = taskgraph.graph.named_links_dict()
        filteredtasks = {}
        filterededges = set()
        regexprogram = re.compile(tasksregex)

        for key in taskgraph.graph.visit_postorder():
            task = taskgraph.tasks[key]
            if regexprogram.match(task.label):
                filteredtasks[key] = task
                for depname, dep in named_links_dict[key].iteritems():
                    if regexprogram.match(dep):
                        filterededges.add((key, dep, depname))
        filtered_taskgraph = TaskGraph(filteredtasks, Graph(set(filteredtasks), filterededges))
        return filtered_taskgraph


@CommandProvider
class TaskClusterImagesProvider(object):
    @Command('taskcluster-load-image', category="ci",
             description="Load a pre-built Docker image")
    @CommandArgument('--task-id',
                     help="Load the image at public/image.tar.zst in this task,"
                          "rather than searching the index")
    @CommandArgument('-t', '--tag',
                     help="tag that the image should be loaded as. If not "
                          "image will be loaded with tag from the tarball",
                     metavar="name:tag")
    @CommandArgument('image_name', nargs='?',
                     help="Load the image of this name based on the current"
                          "contents of the tree (as built for mozilla-central"
                          "or mozilla-inbound)")
    def load_image(self, image_name, task_id, tag):
        from taskgraph.docker import load_image_by_name, load_image_by_task_id
        if not image_name and not task_id:
            print("Specify either IMAGE-NAME or TASK-ID")
            sys.exit(1)
        try:
            if task_id:
                ok = load_image_by_task_id(task_id, tag)
            else:
                ok = load_image_by_name(image_name, tag)
            if not ok:
                sys.exit(1)
        except Exception:
            traceback.print_exc()
            sys.exit(1)

    @Command('taskcluster-build-image', category='ci',
             description='Build a Docker image')
    @CommandArgument('image_name',
                     help='Name of the image to build')
    @CommandArgument('--context-only',
                     help="File name the context tarball should be written to."
                          "with this option it will only build the context.tar.",
                     metavar='context.tar')
    def build_image(self, image_name, context_only):
        from taskgraph.docker import build_image, build_context
        try:
            if context_only is None:
                build_image(image_name)
            else:
                build_context(image_name, context_only)
        except Exception:
            traceback.print_exc()
            sys.exit(1)