Source code for rpyc.utils.zerodeploy

.. versionadded:: 3.3

Requires [plumbum](
from __future__ import with_statement
from subprocess import TimeoutExpired
import sys
import socket  # noqa: F401
from rpyc.lib.compat import BYTES_LITERAL
from rpyc.core.service import VoidService
from import SocketStream
import rpyc.utils.factory
import rpyc.utils.classic
    from plumbum import local, ProcessExecutionError, CommandNotFound
    from plumbum.commands.base import BoundCommand
    from plumbum.path import copy
except ImportError:
    import inspect
    if any("sphinx" in line[1] or "docutils" in line[1] or "autodoc" in line[1] for line in inspect.stack()):
        # let the sphinx docs be built without requiring plumbum installed

import sys
import os
import atexit
import shutil

here = os.path.dirname(__file__)

def rmdir():
    shutil.rmtree(here, ignore_errors = True)

    for dirpath, _, filenames in os.walk(here):
        for fn in filenames:
            if fn == "__pycache__" or (fn.endswith(".pyc") and os.path.exists(fn[:-1])):
                os.remove(os.path.join(dirpath, fn))
except Exception:

sys.path.insert(0, here)
from $MODULE$ import $SERVER$ as ServerCls
from rpyc.core.service import SlaveService

logger = None

t = ServerCls(SlaveService, hostname = "localhost", port = 0, reuse_addr = True, logger = logger)
thd = t._start_in_thread()



[docs]class DeployedServer(object): """ Sets up a temporary, short-lived RPyC deployment on the given remote machine. It will: 1. Create a temporary directory on the remote machine and copy RPyC's code from the local machine to the remote temporary directory. 2. Start an RPyC server on the remote machine, binding to an arbitrary TCP port, allowing only in-bound connections (``localhost`` connections). The server reports the chosen port over ``stdout``. 3. An SSH tunnel is created from an arbitrary local port (on the local host), to the remote machine's chosen port. This tunnel is authenticated and encrypted. 4. You get a ``DeployedServer`` object that can be used to connect to the newly-spawned server. 5. When the deployment is closed, the SSH tunnel is torn down, the remote server terminates and the temporary directory is deleted. :param remote_machine: a plumbum ``SshMachine`` or ``ParamikoMachine`` instance, representing an SSH connection to the desired remote machine :param server_class: the server to create (e.g., ``"ThreadedServer"``, ``"ForkingServer"``) :param extra_setup: any extra code to add to the script """ def __init__(self, remote_machine, server_class="rpyc.utils.server.ThreadedServer", extra_setup="", python_executable=None): self.proc = None self.tun = None self.remote_machine = remote_machine self._tmpdir_ctx = None rpyc_root = local.path(rpyc.__file__).up() self._tmpdir_ctx = remote_machine.tempdir() tmp = self._tmpdir_ctx.__enter__() copy(rpyc_root, tmp / "rpyc") script = (tmp / "") modname, clsname = server_class.rsplit(".", 1) script.write(SERVER_SCRIPT.replace("$MODULE$", modname).replace( "$SERVER$", clsname).replace("$EXTRA_SETUP$", extra_setup)) if isinstance(python_executable, BoundCommand): cmd = python_executable elif python_executable: cmd = remote_machine[python_executable] else: major = sys.version_info[0] minor = sys.version_info[1] cmd = None for opt in [f"python{major}.{minor}", f"python{major}"]: try: cmd = remote_machine[opt] except CommandNotFound: pass else: break if not cmd: cmd = remote_machine.python self.proc = cmd.popen(script, new_session=True) line = "" try: line = self.proc.stdout.readline() self.remote_port = int(line.strip()) except Exception: try: self.proc.terminate() except Exception: pass stdout, stderr = self.proc.communicate() raise ProcessExecutionError(self.proc.argv, self.proc.returncode, BYTES_LITERAL(line) + stdout, stderr) if hasattr(remote_machine, "connect_sock"): # Paramiko: use connect_sock() instead of tunnels self.local_port = None else: self.local_port = rpyc.utils.factory._get_free_port() self.tun = remote_machine.tunnel(self.local_port, self.remote_port) def __del__(self): self.close() def __enter__(self): return self def __exit__(self, t, v, tb): self.close() def close(self, timeout=None): if self.proc is not None: try: self.proc.terminate() self.proc.communicate(timeout=timeout) except TimeoutExpired: self.proc.kill() raise except Exception: pass self.proc = None if self.tun is not None: try: self.tun._session.proc.terminate() self.tun._session.proc.communicate(timeout=timeout) self.tun.close() except TimeoutExpired: self.tun._session.proc.kill() raise except Exception: pass self.tun = None if self.remote_machine is not None: try: self.remote_machine._session.proc.terminate() self.remote_machine._session.proc.communicate(timeout=timeout) self.remote_machine.close() except TimeoutExpired: self.remote_machine._session.proc.kill() raise except Exception: pass self.remote_machine = None if self._tmpdir_ctx is not None: try: self._tmpdir_ctx.__exit__(None, None, None) except Exception: pass self._tmpdir_ctx = None def _connect_sock(self): if self.local_port is None: # ParamikoMachine return self.remote_machine.connect_sock(self.remote_port) else: return SocketStream._connect("localhost", self.local_port)
[docs] def connect(self, service=VoidService, config={}): """Same as :func:`~rpyc.utils.factory.connect`, but with the ``host`` and ``port`` parameters fixed""" return rpyc.utils.factory.connect_stream( SocketStream(self._connect_sock()), service=service, config=config)
[docs] def classic_connect(self): """Same as :func:`classic.connect <rpyc.utils.classic.connect>`, but with the ``host`` and ``port`` parameters fixed""" return rpyc.utils.classic.connect_stream( SocketStream(self._connect_sock()))
[docs]class MultiServerDeployment(object): """ An 'aggregate' server deployment to multiple SSH machine. It deploys RPyC to each machine separately, but lets you manage them as a single deployment. """ def __init__(self, remote_machines, server_class="rpyc.utils.server.ThreadedServer"): self.remote_machines = remote_machines # build the list incrementally, so we can clean it up if we have an exception self.servers = [DeployedServer(mach, server_class) for mach in remote_machines] def __del__(self): self.close() def __enter__(self): return self def __exit__(self, t, v, tb): self.close() def __iter__(self): return iter(self.servers) def __len__(self): return len(self.servers) def __getitem__(self, index): return self.servers[index] def close(self): while self.servers: s = self.servers.pop(0) s.close()
[docs] def connect_all(self, service=VoidService, config={}): """connects to all deployed servers; returns a list of connections (order guaranteed)""" return [s.connect(service, config) for s in self.servers]
[docs] def classic_connect_all(self): """connects to all deployed servers using classic_connect; returns a list of connections (order guaranteed)""" return [s.classic_connect() for s in self.servers]