Source code for aiida.orm.nodes.process.process

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"""Module with `Node` sub class for processes."""
import enum
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, Any, Dict, List, Optional, Tuple, Type, Union

from plumpy.process_states import ProcessState

from aiida.common import exceptions
from aiida.common.lang import classproperty
from aiida.common.links import LinkType
from aiida.orm.utils.mixins import Sealable

from ..caching import NodeCaching
from ..node import Node, NodeLinks

if TYPE_CHECKING:
    from aiida.engine.processes import Process
    from aiida.engine.processes.builder import ProcessBuilder

__all__ = ('ProcessNode',)


[docs]class ProcessNodeCaching(NodeCaching): """Interface to control caching of a node instance.""" # The link_type might not be correct while the object is being created. _hash_ignored_inputs = ['CALL_CALC', 'CALL_WORK'] @property def is_valid_cache(self) -> bool: """Return whether the node is valid for caching :returns: True if this process node is valid to be used for caching, False otherwise """ if not (super().is_valid_cache and self._node.is_finished): return False try: process_class = self._node.process_class except ValueError as exc: self._node.logger.warning( f"Not considering {self} for caching, '{exc!r}' when accessing its process class." ) return False # For process functions, the `process_class` does not have an is_valid_cache attribute try: is_valid_cache_func = process_class.is_valid_cache except AttributeError: return True return is_valid_cache_func(self._node) @is_valid_cache.setter def is_valid_cache(self, valid: bool) -> None: """Set whether this node instance is considered valid for caching or not. :param valid: whether the node is valid or invalid for use in caching. """ super(ProcessNodeCaching, self.__class__).is_valid_cache.fset(self, valid)
[docs] def _get_objects_to_hash(self) -> List[Any]: """ Return a list of objects which should be included in the hash. """ res = super()._get_objects_to_hash() # pylint: disable=protected-access res.append({ entry.link_label: entry.node.base.caching.get_hash() for entry in self._node.base.links.get_incoming(link_type=(LinkType.INPUT_CALC, LinkType.INPUT_WORK)) if entry.link_label not in self._hash_ignored_inputs }) return res
[docs]class ProcessNode(Sealable, Node): """ Base class for all nodes representing the execution of a process This class and its subclasses serve as proxies in the database, for actual `Process` instances being run. The `Process` instance in memory will leverage an instance of this class (the exact sub class depends on the sub class of `Process`) to persist important information of its state to the database. This serves as a way for the user to inspect the state of the `Process` during its execution as well as a permanent record of its execution in the provenance graph, after the execution has terminated. """ # pylint: disable=too-many-public-methods,abstract-method _CLS_NODE_LINKS = ProcessNodeLinks _CLS_NODE_CACHING = ProcessNodeCaching CHECKPOINT_KEY = 'checkpoints' EXCEPTION_KEY = 'exception' EXIT_MESSAGE_KEY = 'exit_message' EXIT_STATUS_KEY = 'exit_status' PROCESS_PAUSED_KEY = 'paused' PROCESS_LABEL_KEY = 'process_label' PROCESS_STATE_KEY = 'process_state' PROCESS_STATUS_KEY = 'process_status' METADATA_INPUTS_KEY: str = 'metadata_inputs' _unstorable_message = 'only Data, WorkflowNode, CalculationNode or their subclasses can be stored'
[docs] def __str__(self) -> str: base = super().__str__() if self.process_type: return f'{base} ({self.process_type})' return f'{base}'
@classproperty def _updatable_attributes(cls) -> Tuple[str, ...]: # pylint: disable=no-self-argument return super()._updatable_attributes + ( cls.PROCESS_PAUSED_KEY, cls.CHECKPOINT_KEY, cls.EXCEPTION_KEY, cls.EXIT_MESSAGE_KEY, cls.EXIT_STATUS_KEY, cls.PROCESS_LABEL_KEY, cls.PROCESS_STATE_KEY, cls.PROCESS_STATUS_KEY, )
[docs] def set_metadata_inputs(self, value: Dict[str, Any]) -> None: """Set the mapping of inputs corresponding to ``metadata`` ports that were passed to the process.""" return self.base.attributes.set(self.METADATA_INPUTS_KEY, value)
[docs] def get_metadata_inputs(self) -> Optional[Dict[str, Any]]: """Return the mapping of inputs corresponding to ``metadata`` ports that were passed to the process.""" return self.base.attributes.get(self.METADATA_INPUTS_KEY, None)
@property def logger(self): """ Get the logger of the Calculation object, so that it also logs to the DB. :return: LoggerAdapter object, that works like a logger, but also has the 'extra' embedded """ from aiida.orm.utils.log import create_logger_adapter return create_logger_adapter(self._logger, self)
[docs] def get_builder_restart(self) -> 'ProcessBuilder': """Return a `ProcessBuilder` that is ready to relaunch the process that created this node. The process class will be set based on the `process_type` of this node and the inputs of the builder will be prepopulated with the inputs registered for this node. This functionality is very useful if a process has completed and you want to relaunch it with slightly different inputs. :return: `~aiida.engine.processes.builder.ProcessBuilder` instance """ builder = self.process_class.get_builder() builder._update(self.base.links.get_incoming(link_type=(LinkType.INPUT_CALC, LinkType.INPUT_WORK)).nested()) # pylint: disable=protected-access builder._merge(self.get_metadata_inputs() or {}) # pylint: disable=protected-access return builder
@property def process_class(self) -> Type['Process']: """Return the process class that was used to create this node. :return: `Process` class :raises ValueError: if no process type is defined, it is an invalid process type string or cannot be resolved to load the corresponding class """ from aiida.plugins.entry_point import load_entry_point_from_string if not self.process_type: raise ValueError(f'no process type for Node<{self.pk}>: cannot recreate process class') try: process_class = load_entry_point_from_string(self.process_type) except exceptions.EntryPointError as exception: raise ValueError( f'could not load process class for entry point `{self.process_type}` for Node<{self.pk}>: {exception}' ) except ValueError: try: import importlib module_name, class_name = self.process_type.rsplit('.', 1) module = importlib.import_module(module_name) process_class = getattr(module, class_name) except (AttributeError, ValueError, ImportError) as exception: raise ValueError( f'could not load process class from `{self.process_type}` for Node<{self.pk}>: {exception}' ) return process_class
[docs] def set_process_type(self, process_type_string: str) -> None: """ Set the process type string. :param process_type: the process type string identifying the class using this process node as storage. """ self.process_type = process_type_string
@property def process_label(self) -> Optional[str]: """ Return the process label :returns: the process label """ return self.base.attributes.get(self.PROCESS_LABEL_KEY, None)
[docs] def set_process_label(self, label: str) -> None: """ Set the process label :param label: process label string """ self.base.attributes.set(self.PROCESS_LABEL_KEY, label)
@property def process_state(self) -> Optional[ProcessState]: """ Return the process state :returns: the process state instance of ProcessState enum """ state = self.base.attributes.get(self.PROCESS_STATE_KEY, None) if state is None: return state return ProcessState(state)
[docs] def set_process_state(self, state: Union[str, ProcessState, None]): """ Set the process state :param state: value or instance of ProcessState enum """ if isinstance(state, ProcessState): state = state.value return self.base.attributes.set(self.PROCESS_STATE_KEY, state)
@property def process_status(self) -> Optional[str]: """ Return the process status The process status is a generic status message e.g. the reason it might be paused or when it is being killed :returns: the process status """ return self.base.attributes.get(self.PROCESS_STATUS_KEY, None)
[docs] def set_process_status(self, status: Optional[str]) -> None: """ Set the process status The process status is a generic status message e.g. the reason it might be paused or when it is being killed. If status is None, the corresponding attribute will be deleted. :param status: string process status """ if status is None: try: self.base.attributes.delete(self.PROCESS_STATUS_KEY) except AttributeError: pass return None if not isinstance(status, str): raise TypeError('process status should be a string') return self.base.attributes.set(self.PROCESS_STATUS_KEY, status)
@property def is_terminated(self) -> bool: """ Return whether the process has terminated Terminated means that the process has reached any terminal state. :return: True if the process has terminated, False otherwise :rtype: bool """ return self.is_excepted or self.is_finished or self.is_killed @property def is_excepted(self) -> bool: """ Return whether the process has excepted Excepted means that during execution of the process, an exception was raised that was not caught. :return: True if during execution of the process an exception occurred, False otherwise :rtype: bool """ return self.process_state == ProcessState.EXCEPTED @property def is_killed(self) -> bool: """ Return whether the process was killed Killed means the process was killed directly by the user or by the calling process being killed. :return: True if the process was killed, False otherwise :rtype: bool """ return self.process_state == ProcessState.KILLED @property def is_finished(self) -> bool: """ Return whether the process has finished Finished means that the process reached a terminal state nominally. Note that this does not necessarily mean successfully, but there were no exceptions and it was not killed. :return: True if the process has finished, False otherwise :rtype: bool """ return self.process_state == ProcessState.FINISHED @property def is_finished_ok(self) -> bool: """ Return whether the process has finished successfully Finished successfully means that it terminated nominally and had a zero exit status. :return: True if the process has finished successfully, False otherwise :rtype: bool """ return self.is_finished and self.exit_status == 0 @property def is_failed(self) -> bool: """ Return whether the process has failed Failed means that the process terminated nominally but it had a non-zero exit status. :return: True if the process has failed, False otherwise :rtype: bool """ return self.is_finished and self.exit_status != 0 @property def exit_status(self) -> Optional[int]: """ Return the exit status of the process :returns: the exit status, an integer exit code or None """ return self.base.attributes.get(self.EXIT_STATUS_KEY, None)
[docs] def set_exit_status(self, status: Union[None, enum.Enum, int]) -> None: """ Set the exit status of the process :param state: an integer exit code or None, which will be interpreted as zero """ if status is None: status = 0 if isinstance(status, enum.Enum): status = status.value if not isinstance(status, int): raise ValueError(f'exit status has to be an integer, got {status}') return self.base.attributes.set(self.EXIT_STATUS_KEY, status)
@property def exit_message(self) -> Optional[str]: """ Return the exit message of the process :returns: the exit message """ return self.base.attributes.get(self.EXIT_MESSAGE_KEY, None)
[docs] def set_exit_message(self, message: Optional[str]) -> None: """ Set the exit message of the process, if None nothing will be done :param message: a string message """ if message is None: return None if not isinstance(message, str): raise ValueError(f'exit message has to be a string type, got {type(message)}') return self.base.attributes.set(self.EXIT_MESSAGE_KEY, message)
@property def exception(self) -> Optional[str]: """ Return the exception of the process or None if the process is not excepted. If the process is marked as excepted yet there is no exception attribute, an empty string will be returned. :returns: the exception message or None """ if self.is_excepted: return self.base.attributes.get(self.EXCEPTION_KEY, '') return None
[docs] def set_exception(self, exception: str) -> None: """ Set the exception of the process :param exception: the exception message """ if not isinstance(exception, str): raise ValueError(f'exception message has to be a string type, got {type(exception)}') return self.base.attributes.set(self.EXCEPTION_KEY, exception)
@property def checkpoint(self) -> Optional[str]: """ Return the checkpoint bundle set for the process :returns: checkpoint bundle if it exists, None otherwise """ return self.base.attributes.get(self.CHECKPOINT_KEY, None)
[docs] def set_checkpoint(self, checkpoint: str) -> None: """ Set the checkpoint bundle set for the process :param state: string representation of the stepper state info """ return self.base.attributes.set(self.CHECKPOINT_KEY, checkpoint)
[docs] def delete_checkpoint(self) -> None: """ Delete the checkpoint bundle set for the process """ try: self.base.attributes.delete(self.CHECKPOINT_KEY) except AttributeError: pass
@property def paused(self) -> bool: """ Return whether the process is paused :returns: True if the Calculation is marked as paused, False otherwise """ return self.base.attributes.get(self.PROCESS_PAUSED_KEY, False)
[docs] def pause(self) -> None: """ Mark the process as paused by setting the corresponding attribute. This serves only to reflect that the corresponding Process is paused and so this method should not be called by anyone but the Process instance itself. """ return self.base.attributes.set(self.PROCESS_PAUSED_KEY, True)
[docs] def unpause(self) -> None: """ Mark the process as unpaused by removing the corresponding attribute. This serves only to reflect that the corresponding Process is unpaused and so this method should not be called by anyone but the Process instance itself. """ try: self.base.attributes.delete(self.PROCESS_PAUSED_KEY) except AttributeError: pass
@property def called(self) -> List['ProcessNode']: """ Return a list of nodes that the process called :returns: list of process nodes called by this process """ return self.base.links.get_outgoing(link_type=(LinkType.CALL_CALC, LinkType.CALL_WORK)).all_nodes() @property def called_descendants(self) -> List['ProcessNode']: """ Return a list of all nodes that have been called downstream of this process This will recursively find all the called processes for this process and its children. """ descendants = [] for descendant in self.called: descendants.append(descendant) descendants.extend(descendant.called_descendants) return descendants @property def caller(self) -> Optional['ProcessNode']: """ Return the process node that called this process node, or None if it does not have a caller :returns: process node that called this process node instance or None """ try: caller = self.base.links.get_incoming(link_type=(LinkType.CALL_CALC, LinkType.CALL_WORK)).one().node except ValueError: return None else: return caller