author Ryan VanderMeulen <>
Tue, 30 Jul 2013 21:46:07 -0400
changeset 140689 aebee2f3b9b22529a2d3ad03f6ec6d8a7a76ac98
parent 140647 77fcbb01366c192ba85567cf361de2a073eb45c3
child 140860 3192aca82ff316a1ed19e400dfa98f31abe33e25
permissions -rw-r--r--
Backed out changesets 77fcbb01366c (bug 899792) and e7d81c2597f2 (bug 899241) for OSX bustage. CLOSED TREE

# 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

from __future__ import unicode_literals

import getpass
import os
import sys
import time

from collections import namedtuple

# keep in sync with psutil os support, see psutil/
if sys.platform.startswith("freebsd") or sys.platform.startswith("darwin") or sys.platform.startswith("win32") or sys.platform.startswith("linux"):
        import psutil
    except ImportError:
        psutil = None
    psutil = None

from ..compilation.warnings import (

BuildOutputResult = namedtuple('BuildOutputResult',
    ('warning', 'state_changed', 'for_display'))

class BuildMonitor(object):
    """Monitors the output of the build."""

    def __init__(self, topobjdir, warnings_path):
        """Create a new monitor.

        warnings_path is a path of a warnings database to use.
        self._warnings_path = warnings_path

        self.tiers = []
        self.subtiers = []
        self.current_tier = None
        self.current_subtier = None
        self.current_tier_dirs = []
        self.current_tier_static_dirs = []
        self.current_subtier_dirs = []
        self.current_tier_dir = None
        self.current_tier_dir_index = 0

        self.warnings_database = WarningsDatabase()
        if os.path.exists(warnings_path):
            except ValueError:

        self._warnings_collector = WarningsCollector(
            database=self.warnings_database, objdir=topobjdir)

    def start(self):
        """Record the start of the build."""
        self.start_time = time.time()
        self._finder_start_cpu = self._get_finder_cpu_usage()

    def on_line(self, line):
        """Consume a line of output from the build system.

        This will parse the line for state and determine whether more action is

        Returns a BuildOutputResult instance.

        In this named tuple, warning will be an object describing a new parsed
        warning. Otherwise it will be None.

        state_changed indicates whether the build system changed state with
        this line. If the build system changed state, the caller may want to
        query this instance for the current state in order to update UI, etc.

        for_display is a boolean indicating whether the line is relevant to the
        user. This is typically used to filter whether the line should be
        presented to the user.
        if line.startswith('BUILDSTATUS'):
            args = line.split()[1:]

            action = args.pop(0)
            update_needed = True

            if action == 'TIERS':
                self.tiers = args
                update_needed = False
            elif action == 'SUBTIERS':
                self.subtiers = args
                update_needed = False
            elif action == 'STATICDIRS':
                self.current_tier_static_dirs = args
                update_needed = False
            elif action == 'DIRS':
                self.current_tier_dirs = args
                update_needed = False
            elif action == 'TIER_START':
                assert len(args) == 1
                self.current_tier = args[0]
                self.current_subtier = None
                self.current_tier_dirs = []
                self.current_tier_dir = None
            elif action == 'TIER_FINISH':
                assert len(args) == 1
                assert args[0] == self.current_tier
            elif action == 'SUBTIER_START':
                assert len(args) == 2
                tier, subtier = args
                assert tier == self.current_tier
                self.current_subtier = subtier
                if subtier == 'static':
                    self.current_subtier_dirs = self.current_tier_static_dirs
                    self.current_subtier_dirs = self.current_tier_dirs
                self.current_tier_dir_index = 0
            elif action == 'SUBTIER_FINISH':
                assert len(args) == 2
                tier, subtier = args
                assert tier == self.current_tier
                assert subtier == self.current_subtier
            elif action == 'TIERDIR_START':
                assert len(args) == 1
                self.current_tier_dir = args[0]
                self.current_tier_dir_index += 1
            elif action == 'TIERDIR_FINISH':
                assert len(args) == 1
                assert self.current_tier_dir == args[0]
                raise Exception('Unknown build status: %s' % action)

            return BuildOutputResult(None, update_needed, False)

        warning = None

            warning = self._warnings_collector.process_line(line)

        return BuildOutputResult(warning, False, True)

    def finish(self):
        """Record the end of the build."""
        self.end_time = time.time()
        self._finder_end_cpu = self._get_finder_cpu_usage()
        self.elapsed = self.end_time - self.start_time


    def _get_finder_cpu_usage(self):
        """Obtain the CPU usage of the Finder app on OS X.

        This is used to detect high CPU usage.
        if not sys.platform.startswith('darwin'):
            return None

        if not psutil:
            return None

        for proc in psutil.process_iter():
            if != 'Finder':

            if proc.username != getpass.getuser():

            # Try to isolate system finder as opposed to other "Finder"
            # processes.
            if not proc.exe.endswith('CoreServices/'):

            return proc.get_cpu_times()

        return None

    def have_high_finder_usage(self):
        """Determine whether there was high Finder CPU usage during the build.

        Returns True if there was high Finder CPU usage, False if there wasn't,
        or None if there is nothing to report.
        if not self._finder_start_cpu:
            return None, None

        # We only measure if the measured range is sufficiently long.
        if self.elapsed < 15:
            return None, None

        if not self._finder_end_cpu:
            return None, None

        start = self._finder_start_cpu
        end = self._finder_end_cpu

        start_total = start.user + start.system
        end_total = end.user + end.system

        cpu_seconds = end_total - start_total

        # If Finder used more than 25% of 1 core during the build, report an
        # error.
        finder_percent = cpu_seconds / self.elapsed * 100

        return finder_percent > 25, finder_percent