Source code for aiida.engine.daemon.execmanager

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"""This file contains the main routines to submit, check and retrieve calculation
results. These are general and contain only the main logic; where appropriate,
the routines make reference to the suitable plugins for all
plugin-specific operations.
"""

from __future__ import annotations

import os
import pathlib
import shutil
from collections.abc import Mapping
from logging import LoggerAdapter
from tempfile import NamedTemporaryFile, TemporaryDirectory
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, Any, List, Optional, Tuple, Union
from typing import Mapping as MappingType

from aiida.common import AIIDA_LOGGER, exceptions
from aiida.common.datastructures import CalcInfo, FileCopyOperation
from aiida.common.folders import Folder, SandboxFolder
from aiida.common.links import LinkType
from aiida.engine.processes.exit_code import ExitCode
from aiida.manage.configuration import get_config_option
from aiida.orm import CalcJobNode, Code, FolderData, Node, PortableCode, RemoteData, load_node
from aiida.orm.utils.log import get_dblogger_extra
from aiida.repository.common import FileType
from aiida.schedulers.datastructures import JobState

if TYPE_CHECKING:
    from aiida.transports import Transport

REMOTE_WORK_DIRECTORY_LOST_FOUND = 'lost+found'

EXEC_LOGGER = AIIDA_LOGGER.getChild('execmanager')


[docs] def _find_data_node(inputs: MappingType[str, Any], uuid: str) -> Optional[Node]: """Find and return the node with the given UUID from a nested mapping of input nodes. :param inputs: (nested) mapping of nodes :param uuid: UUID of the node to find :return: instance of `Node` or `None` if not found """ data_node = None for input_node in inputs.values(): if isinstance(input_node, Mapping): data_node = _find_data_node(input_node, uuid) elif isinstance(input_node, Node) and input_node.uuid == uuid: data_node = input_node if data_node is not None: break return data_node
[docs] def upload_calculation( node: CalcJobNode, transport: Transport, calc_info: CalcInfo, folder: Folder, inputs: Optional[MappingType[str, Any]] = None, dry_run: bool = False, ) -> RemoteData | None: """Upload a `CalcJob` instance :param node: the `CalcJobNode`. :param transport: an already opened transport to use to submit the calculation. :param calc_info: the calculation info datastructure returned by `CalcJob.presubmit` :param folder: temporary local file system folder containing the inputs written by `CalcJob.prepare_for_submission` :returns: The ``RemoteData`` representing the working directory on the remote if, or ``None`` if ``dry_run=True``. """ # If the calculation already has a `remote_folder`, simply return. The upload was apparently already completed # before, which can happen if the daemon is restarted and it shuts down after uploading but before getting the # chance to perform the state transition. Upon reloading this calculation, it will re-attempt the upload. link_label = 'remote_folder' if node.base.links.get_outgoing(RemoteData, link_label_filter=link_label).first(): EXEC_LOGGER.warning(f'CalcJobNode<{node.pk}> already has a `{link_label}` output: skipping upload') return calc_info computer = node.computer codes_info = calc_info.codes_info input_codes = [load_node(_.code_uuid, sub_classes=(Code,)) for _ in codes_info] logger_extra = get_dblogger_extra(node) transport.set_logger_extra(logger_extra) logger = LoggerAdapter(logger=EXEC_LOGGER, extra=logger_extra) if not dry_run and not node.is_stored: raise ValueError( f'Cannot submit calculation {node.pk} because it is not stored! If you just want to test the submission, ' 'set `metadata.dry_run` to True in the inputs.' ) # If we are performing a dry-run, the working directory should actually be a local folder that should already exist if dry_run: workdir = transport.getcwd() else: remote_user = transport.whoami() remote_working_directory = computer.get_workdir().format(username=remote_user) if not remote_working_directory.strip(): raise exceptions.ConfigurationError( f'[submission of calculation {node.pk}] No remote_working_directory ' f"configured for computer '{computer.label}'" ) # If it already exists, no exception is raised try: transport.chdir(remote_working_directory) except OSError: logger.debug( f'[submission of calculation {node.pk}] Unable to ' f'chdir in {remote_working_directory}, trying to create it' ) try: transport.makedirs(remote_working_directory) transport.chdir(remote_working_directory) except EnvironmentError as exc: raise exceptions.ConfigurationError( f'[submission of calculation {node.pk}] ' f'Unable to create the remote directory {remote_working_directory} on ' f"computer '{computer.label}': {exc}" ) # Store remotely with sharding (here is where we choose # the folder structure of remote jobs; then I store this # in the calculation properties using _set_remote_dir # and I do not have to know the logic, but I just need to # read the absolute path from the calculation properties. transport.mkdir(calc_info.uuid[:2], ignore_existing=True) transport.chdir(calc_info.uuid[:2]) transport.mkdir(calc_info.uuid[2:4], ignore_existing=True) transport.chdir(calc_info.uuid[2:4]) try: # The final directory may already exist, most likely because this function was already executed once, but # failed and as a result was rescheduled by the eninge. In this case it would be fine to delete the folder # and create it from scratch, except that we cannot be sure that this the actual case. Therefore, to err on # the safe side, we move the folder to the lost+found directory before recreating the folder from scratch transport.mkdir(calc_info.uuid[4:]) except OSError: # Move the existing directory to lost+found, log a warning and create a clean directory anyway path_existing = os.path.join(transport.getcwd(), calc_info.uuid[4:]) path_lost_found = os.path.join(remote_working_directory, REMOTE_WORK_DIRECTORY_LOST_FOUND) path_target = os.path.join(path_lost_found, calc_info.uuid) logger.warning( f'tried to create path {path_existing} but it already exists, moving the entire folder to {path_target}' ) # Make sure the lost+found directory exists, then copy the existing folder there and delete the original transport.mkdir(path_lost_found, ignore_existing=True) transport.copytree(path_existing, path_target) transport.rmtree(path_existing) # Now we can create a clean folder for this calculation transport.mkdir(calc_info.uuid[4:]) finally: transport.chdir(calc_info.uuid[4:]) # I store the workdir of the calculation for later file retrieval workdir = transport.getcwd() node.set_remote_workdir(workdir) # I first create the code files, so that the code can put # default files to be overwritten by the plugin itself. # Still, beware! The code file itself could be overwritten... # But I checked for this earlier. for code in input_codes: if isinstance(code, PortableCode): # Note: this will possibly overwrite files for root, dirnames, filenames in code.base.repository.walk(): # mkdir of root transport.makedirs(root, ignore_existing=True) # remotely mkdir first for dirname in dirnames: transport.makedirs((root / dirname), ignore_existing=True) # Note, once #2579 is implemented, use the `node.open` method instead of the named temporary file in # combination with the new `Transport.put_object_from_filelike` # Since the content of the node could potentially be binary, we read the raw bytes and pass them on for filename in filenames: with NamedTemporaryFile(mode='wb+') as handle: content = code.base.repository.get_object_content((pathlib.Path(root) / filename), mode='rb') handle.write(content) handle.flush() transport.put(handle.name, (root / filename)) transport.chmod(code.filepath_executable, 0o755) # rwxr-xr-x # local_copy_list is a list of tuples, each with (uuid, dest_path, rel_path) # NOTE: validation of these lists are done inside calculation.presubmit() local_copy_list = calc_info.local_copy_list or [] remote_copy_list = calc_info.remote_copy_list or [] remote_symlink_list = calc_info.remote_symlink_list or [] provenance_exclude_list = calc_info.provenance_exclude_list or [] file_copy_operation_order = calc_info.file_copy_operation_order or [ FileCopyOperation.SANDBOX, FileCopyOperation.LOCAL, FileCopyOperation.REMOTE, ] for file_copy_operation in file_copy_operation_order: if file_copy_operation is FileCopyOperation.LOCAL: _copy_local_files(logger, node, transport, inputs, local_copy_list) elif file_copy_operation is FileCopyOperation.REMOTE: if not dry_run: _copy_remote_files(logger, node, computer, transport, remote_copy_list, remote_symlink_list) elif file_copy_operation is FileCopyOperation.SANDBOX: if not dry_run: _copy_sandbox_files(logger, node, transport, folder) else: raise RuntimeError(f'file copy operation {file_copy_operation} is not yet implemented.') # In a dry_run, the working directory is the raw input folder, which will already contain these resources if dry_run: if remote_copy_list: filepath = os.path.join(workdir, '_aiida_remote_copy_list.txt') with open(filepath, 'w', encoding='utf-8') as handle: # type: ignore[assignment] for _, remote_abs_path, dest_rel_path in remote_copy_list: handle.write( f'would have copied {remote_abs_path} to {dest_rel_path} in working ' f'directory on remote {computer.label}' ) if remote_symlink_list: filepath = os.path.join(workdir, '_aiida_remote_symlink_list.txt') with open(filepath, 'w', encoding='utf-8') as handle: # type: ignore[assignment] for _, remote_abs_path, dest_rel_path in remote_symlink_list: handle.write( f'would have created symlinks from {remote_abs_path} to {dest_rel_path} in working' f'directory on remote {computer.label}' ) # Loop recursively over content of the sandbox folder copying all that are not in `provenance_exclude_list`. Note # that directories are not created explicitly. The `node.put_object_from_filelike` call will create intermediate # directories for nested files automatically when needed. This means though that empty folders in the sandbox or # folders that would be empty when considering the `provenance_exclude_list` will *not* be copied to the repo. The # advantage of this explicit copying instead of deleting the files from `provenance_exclude_list` from the sandbox # first before moving the entire remaining content to the node's repository, is that in this way we are guaranteed # not to accidentally move files to the repository that should not go there at all cost. Note that all entries in # the provenance exclude list are normalized first, just as the paths that are in the sandbox folder, otherwise the # direct equality test may fail, e.g.: './path/file.txt' != 'path/file.txt' even though they reference the same file provenance_exclude_list = [os.path.normpath(entry) for entry in provenance_exclude_list] for root, _, filenames in os.walk(folder.abspath): for filename in filenames: filepath = os.path.join(root, filename) relpath = os.path.normpath(os.path.relpath(filepath, folder.abspath)) dirname = os.path.dirname(relpath) # Construct a list of all (partial) filepaths # For example, if `relpath == 'some/sub/directory/file.txt'` then the list of relative directory paths is # ['some', 'some/sub', 'some/sub/directory'] # This is necessary, because if any of these paths is in the `provenance_exclude_list` the file should not # be copied over. components = dirname.split(os.sep) dirnames = [os.path.join(*components[:i]) for i in range(1, len(components) + 1)] if relpath not in provenance_exclude_list and all( dirname not in provenance_exclude_list for dirname in dirnames ): with open(filepath, 'rb') as handle: # type: ignore[assignment] node.base.repository._repository.put_object_from_filelike(handle, relpath) # Since the node is already stored, we cannot use the normal repository interface since it will raise a # `ModificationNotAllowed` error. To bypass it, we go straight to the underlying repository instance to store the # files, however, this means we have to manually update the node's repository metadata. node.base.repository._update_repository_metadata() if not dry_run: return RemoteData(computer=computer, remote_path=workdir) return None
[docs] def _copy_remote_files(logger, node, computer, transport, remote_copy_list, remote_symlink_list): """Perform the copy instructions of the ``remote_copy_list`` and ``remote_symlink_list``.""" for remote_computer_uuid, remote_abs_path, dest_rel_path in remote_copy_list: if remote_computer_uuid == computer.uuid: logger.debug( f'[submission of calculation {node.pk}] copying {dest_rel_path} ' f'remotely, directly on the machine {computer.label}' ) try: transport.copy(remote_abs_path, dest_rel_path) except FileNotFoundError: logger.warning( f'[submission of calculation {node.pk}] Unable to copy remote ' f'resource from {remote_abs_path} to {dest_rel_path}! NOT Stopping but just ignoring!.' ) except OSError: logger.warning( f'[submission of calculation {node.pk}] Unable to copy remote ' f'resource from {remote_abs_path} to {dest_rel_path}! Stopping.' ) raise else: raise NotImplementedError( f'[submission of calculation {node.pk}] Remote copy between two different machines is ' 'not implemented yet' ) for remote_computer_uuid, remote_abs_path, dest_rel_path in remote_symlink_list: if remote_computer_uuid == computer.uuid: logger.debug( f'[submission of calculation {node.pk}] copying {dest_rel_path} remotely, ' f'directly on the machine {computer.label}' ) remote_dirname = pathlib.Path(dest_rel_path).parent try: transport.makedirs(remote_dirname, ignore_existing=True) transport.symlink(remote_abs_path, dest_rel_path) except OSError: logger.warning( f'[submission of calculation {node.pk}] Unable to create remote symlink ' f'from {remote_abs_path} to {dest_rel_path}! Stopping.' ) raise else: raise OSError( f'It is not possible to create a symlink between two different machines for calculation {node.pk}' )
[docs] def _copy_local_files(logger, node, transport, inputs, local_copy_list): """Perform the copy instructions of the ``local_copy_list``.""" for uuid, filename, target in local_copy_list: logger.debug(f'[submission of calculation {node.uuid}] copying local file/folder to {target}') try: data_node = load_node(uuid=uuid) except exceptions.NotExistent: data_node = _find_data_node(inputs, uuid) if inputs else None if data_node is None: logger.warning(f'failed to load Node<{uuid}> specified in the `local_copy_list`') continue # The transport class can only copy files directly from the file system, so the files in the source node's repo # have to first be copied to a temporary directory on disk. with TemporaryDirectory() as tmpdir: dirpath = pathlib.Path(tmpdir) # If no explicit source filename is defined, we assume the top-level directory filename_source = filename or '.' filename_target = target or '.' file_type_source = data_node.base.repository.get_object(filename_source).file_type # The logic below takes care of an edge case where the source is a file but the target is a directory. In # this case, the v2.5.1 implementation would raise an `IsADirectoryError` exception, because it would try # to open the directory in the sandbox folder as a file when writing the contents. if file_type_source == FileType.FILE and target and transport.isdir(target): raise IsADirectoryError # In case the source filename is specified and it is a directory that already exists in the remote, we # want to avoid nested directories in the target path to replicate the behavior of v2.5.1. This is done by # setting the target filename to '.', which means the contents of the node will be copied in the top level # of the temporary directory, whose contents are then copied into the target directory. if filename and transport.isdir(filename): filename_target = '.' filepath_target = (dirpath / filename_target).resolve().absolute() filepath_target.parent.mkdir(parents=True, exist_ok=True) if file_type_source == FileType.DIRECTORY: # If the source object is a directory, we copy its entire contents data_node.base.repository.copy_tree(filepath_target, filename_source) transport.put(f'{dirpath}/*', target or '.', overwrite=True) else: # Otherwise, simply copy the file with filepath_target.open('wb') as handle: with data_node.base.repository.open(filename_source, 'rb') as source: shutil.copyfileobj(source, handle) transport.makedirs(str(pathlib.Path(target).parent), ignore_existing=True) transport.put(str(filepath_target), target)
[docs] def _copy_sandbox_files(logger, node, transport, folder): """Copy the contents of the sandbox folder to the working directory.""" for filename in folder.get_content_list(): logger.debug(f'[submission of calculation {node.pk}] copying file/folder {filename}...') transport.put(folder.get_abs_path(filename), filename)
[docs] def submit_calculation(calculation: CalcJobNode, transport: Transport) -> str | ExitCode: """Submit a previously uploaded `CalcJob` to the scheduler. :param calculation: the instance of CalcJobNode to submit. :param transport: an already opened transport to use to submit the calculation. :return: the job id as returned by the scheduler `submit_from_script` call """ job_id = calculation.get_job_id() # If the `job_id` attribute is already set, that means this function was already executed once and the scheduler # submit command was successful as the job id it returned was set on the node. This scenario can happen when the # daemon runner gets shutdown right after accomplishing the submission task, but before it gets the chance to # finalize the state transition of the `CalcJob` to the `UPDATE` transport task. Since the job is already submitted # we do not want to submit it a second time, so we simply return the existing job id here. if job_id is not None: return job_id scheduler = calculation.computer.get_scheduler() scheduler.set_transport(transport) submit_script_filename = calculation.get_option('submit_script_filename') workdir = calculation.get_remote_workdir() result = scheduler.submit_from_script(workdir, submit_script_filename) if isinstance(result, str): calculation.set_job_id(result) return result
[docs] def stash_calculation(calculation: CalcJobNode, transport: Transport) -> None: """Stash files from the working directory of a completed calculation to a permanent remote folder. After a calculation has been completed, optionally stash files from the work directory to a storage location on the same remote machine. This is useful if one wants to keep certain files from a completed calculation to be removed from the scratch directory, because they are necessary for restarts, but that are too heavy to retrieve. Instructions of which files to copy where are retrieved from the `stash.source_list` option. :param calculation: the calculation job node. :param transport: an already opened transport. """ from aiida.common.datastructures import StashMode from aiida.orm import RemoteStashFolderData logger_extra = get_dblogger_extra(calculation) stash_options = calculation.get_option('stash') stash_mode = stash_options.get('mode', StashMode.COPY.value) source_list = stash_options.get('source_list', []) if not source_list: return if stash_mode != StashMode.COPY.value: EXEC_LOGGER.warning(f'stashing mode {stash_mode} is not implemented yet.') return cls = RemoteStashFolderData EXEC_LOGGER.debug(f'stashing files for calculation<{calculation.pk}>: {source_list}', extra=logger_extra) uuid = calculation.uuid source_basepath = pathlib.Path(calculation.get_remote_workdir()) target_basepath = pathlib.Path(stash_options['target_base']) / uuid[:2] / uuid[2:4] / uuid[4:] for source_filename in source_list: if transport.has_magic(source_filename): copy_instructions = [] for globbed_filename in transport.glob(str(source_basepath / source_filename)): target_filepath = target_basepath / pathlib.Path(globbed_filename).relative_to(source_basepath) copy_instructions.append((globbed_filename, target_filepath)) else: copy_instructions = [(source_basepath / source_filename, target_basepath / source_filename)] for source_filepath, target_filepath in copy_instructions: # If the source file is in a (nested) directory, create those directories first in the target directory target_dirname = target_filepath.parent transport.makedirs(str(target_dirname), ignore_existing=True) try: transport.copy(str(source_filepath), str(target_filepath)) except (OSError, ValueError) as exception: EXEC_LOGGER.warning(f'failed to stash {source_filepath} to {target_filepath}: {exception}') else: EXEC_LOGGER.debug(f'stashed {source_filepath} to {target_filepath}') remote_stash = cls( computer=calculation.computer, target_basepath=str(target_basepath), stash_mode=StashMode(stash_mode), source_list=source_list, ).store() remote_stash.base.links.add_incoming(calculation, link_type=LinkType.CREATE, link_label='remote_stash')
[docs] def retrieve_calculation( calculation: CalcJobNode, transport: Transport, retrieved_temporary_folder: str ) -> FolderData | None: """Retrieve all the files of a completed job calculation using the given transport. If the job defined anything in the `retrieve_temporary_list`, those entries will be stored in the `retrieved_temporary_folder`. The caller is responsible for creating and destroying this folder. :param calculation: the instance of CalcJobNode to update. :param transport: an already opened transport to use for the retrieval. :param retrieved_temporary_folder: the absolute path to a directory in which to store the files listed, if any, in the `retrieved_temporary_folder` of the jobs CalcInfo. :returns: The ``FolderData`` into which the files have been retrieved, or ``None`` if the calculation already has a retrieved output node attached. """ logger_extra = get_dblogger_extra(calculation) workdir = calculation.get_remote_workdir() filepath_sandbox = get_config_option('storage.sandbox') or None EXEC_LOGGER.debug(f'Retrieving calc {calculation.pk}', extra=logger_extra) EXEC_LOGGER.debug(f'[retrieval of calc {calculation.pk}] chdir {workdir}', extra=logger_extra) # If the calculation already has a `retrieved` folder, simply return. The retrieval was apparently already completed # before, which can happen if the daemon is restarted and it shuts down after retrieving but before getting the # chance to perform the state transition. Upon reloading this calculation, it will re-attempt the retrieval. link_label = calculation.link_label_retrieved if calculation.base.links.get_outgoing(FolderData, link_label_filter=link_label).first(): EXEC_LOGGER.warning( f'CalcJobNode<{calculation.pk}> already has a `{link_label}` output folder: skipping retrieval' ) return # Create the FolderData node into which to store the files that are to be retrieved retrieved_files = FolderData() with transport: transport.chdir(workdir) # First, retrieve the files of folderdata retrieve_list = calculation.get_retrieve_list() retrieve_temporary_list = calculation.get_retrieve_temporary_list() with SandboxFolder(filepath_sandbox) as folder: retrieve_files_from_list(calculation, transport, folder.abspath, retrieve_list) # Here I retrieved everything; now I store them inside the calculation retrieved_files.base.repository.put_object_from_tree(folder.abspath) # Retrieve the temporary files in the retrieved_temporary_folder if any files were # specified in the 'retrieve_temporary_list' key if retrieve_temporary_list: retrieve_files_from_list(calculation, transport, retrieved_temporary_folder, retrieve_temporary_list) # Log the files that were retrieved in the temporary folder for filename in os.listdir(retrieved_temporary_folder): EXEC_LOGGER.debug( f"[retrieval of calc {calculation.pk}] Retrieved temporary file or folder '{filename}'", extra=logger_extra, ) # Store everything EXEC_LOGGER.debug( f'[retrieval of calc {calculation.pk}] Storing retrieved_files={retrieved_files.pk}', extra=logger_extra ) retrieved_files.store() return retrieved_files
[docs] def kill_calculation(calculation: CalcJobNode, transport: Transport) -> None: """Kill the calculation through the scheduler :param calculation: the instance of CalcJobNode to kill. :param transport: an already opened transport to use to address the scheduler """ job_id = calculation.get_job_id() if job_id is None: # the calculation has not yet been submitted to the scheduler return # Get the scheduler plugin class and initialize it with the correct transport scheduler = calculation.computer.get_scheduler() scheduler.set_transport(transport) # Call the proper kill method for the job ID of this calculation result = scheduler.kill(job_id) if result is not True: # Failed to kill because the job might have already been completed running_jobs = scheduler.get_jobs(jobs=[job_id], as_dict=True) job = running_jobs.get(job_id, None) # If the job is returned it is still running and the kill really failed, so we raise if job is not None and job.job_state != JobState.DONE: raise exceptions.RemoteOperationError(f'scheduler.kill({job_id}) was unsuccessful') else: EXEC_LOGGER.warning( 'scheduler.kill() failed but job<{%s}> no longer seems to be running regardless', job_id )
[docs] def retrieve_files_from_list( calculation: CalcJobNode, transport: Transport, folder: str, retrieve_list: List[Union[str, Tuple[str, str, int], list]], ) -> None: """Retrieve all the files in the retrieve_list from the remote into the local folder instance through the transport. The entries in the retrieve_list can be of two types: * a string * a list If it is a string, it represents the remote absolute filepath of the file. If the item is a list, the elements will correspond to the following: * remotepath * localpath * depth If the remotepath contains file patterns with wildcards, the localpath will be treated as the work directory of the folder and the depth integer determines upto what level of the original remotepath nesting the files will be copied. :param transport: the Transport instance. :param folder: an absolute path to a folder that contains the files to copy. :param retrieve_list: the list of files to retrieve. """ for item in retrieve_list: if isinstance(item, (list, tuple)): tmp_rname, tmp_lname, depth = item # if there are more than one file I do something differently if transport.has_magic(tmp_rname): remote_names = transport.glob(tmp_rname) local_names = [] for rem in remote_names: if depth is None: local_names.append(os.path.join(tmp_lname, rem)) else: to_append = rem.split(os.path.sep)[-depth:] if depth > 0 else [] local_names.append(os.path.sep.join([tmp_lname] + to_append)) else: remote_names = [tmp_rname] to_append = tmp_rname.split(os.path.sep)[-depth:] if depth > 0 else [] local_names = [os.path.sep.join([tmp_lname] + to_append)] if depth is None or depth > 1: # create directories in the folder, if needed for this_local_file in local_names: new_folder = os.path.join(folder, os.path.split(this_local_file)[0]) if not os.path.exists(new_folder): os.makedirs(new_folder) elif transport.has_magic(item): # it is a string remote_names = transport.glob(item) local_names = [os.path.split(rem)[1] for rem in remote_names] else: remote_names = [item] local_names = [os.path.split(item)[1]] for rem, loc in zip(remote_names, local_names): transport.logger.debug(f"[retrieval of calc {calculation.pk}] Trying to retrieve remote item '{rem}'") transport.get(rem, os.path.join(folder, loc), ignore_nonexisting=True)