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remove 127.0.0.1 hardcodings

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dave 4 years ago
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      README.md
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      msgbus/server.py

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README.md

@ -59,6 +59,5 @@ Of course, messages published when there's no server or no listeners are silentl
TODO
----
* Remove many 127.0.0.1 hardcodings
* Improve performance
* Create docs

33
msgbus/server.py

@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ def exewrap(func):
class MsgBusServerPeer(object):
__slots__ = ["alive", "server", "name", "pub_port", "sub_port", "bind", "protocol", "sub_sock", "sub_sock_addr",
"pub_sock", "pub_sock_addr", "last_keepalive", "confpeer"]
"pub_sock", "pub_sock_addr", "last_keepalive", "confpeer", "host"]
"""
A link to another msgbus server that we share messages with and get messages from.
@ -33,19 +33,20 @@ class MsgBusServerPeer(object):
- We start listening pub/sub on those two ports
- Anything we receive goes out to all our clients and peers EXCEPT this one
"""
def __init__(self, server, name, pub_port, sub_port, bind=True):
def __init__(self, server, name, host, pub_port, sub_port, bind=True):
self.alive = False
self.server = server
self.name = name
self.host = host
self.pub_port = pub_port
self.sub_port = sub_port
self.bind = bind
self.protocol = 'tcp'
self.sub_sock = None
self.sub_sock_addr = '{}://127.0.0.1:{}'.format(self.protocol, self.sub_port)
self.sub_sock_addr = '{}://{}:{}'.format(self.protocol, self.host, self.sub_port)
self.pub_sock = None
self.pub_sock_addr = '{}://127.0.0.1:{}'.format(self.protocol, self.pub_port)
self.pub_sock_addr = '{}://{}:{}'.format(self.protocol, self.host, self.pub_port)
self.last_keepalive = time()
@ -125,22 +126,23 @@ class MsgBusServer(object):
__slots__ = ["alive", "loop", "ctx", "subport", "pubport", "protocol", "sub_sock", "sub_sock_addr", "pub_sock",
"pub_sock_addr", "seed_peers", "peers", "name", "port_range", "counter_local_messages",
"counter_remote_messages", "conf", "inprogress_connects"]
"counter_remote_messages", "conf", "inprogress_connects", "bind_host"]
def __init__(self, loop, ctx, pubport, subport, port_range, peers):
def __init__(self, loop, ctx, bind_host, pubport, subport, port_range, peers):
assert subport != pubport
self.alive = True # TODO move this?
self.loop = loop
self.ctx = ctx
self.bind_host = bind_host
self.subport = subport
self.pubport = pubport
self.protocol = 'tcp'
self.sub_sock = None
self.sub_sock_addr = '{}://127.0.0.1:{}'.format(self.protocol, self.subport)
self.sub_sock_addr = '{}://{}:{}'.format(self.protocol, self.bind_host, self.subport)
self.pub_sock = None
self.pub_sock_addr = '{}://127.0.0.1:{}'.format(self.protocol, self.pubport)
self.pub_sock_addr = '{}://{}:{}'.format(self.protocol, self.bind_host, self.pubport)
self.seed_peers = peers
self.peers = {}
@ -264,7 +266,7 @@ class MsgBusServer(object):
return
_, pubport, pubproto, subport, subproto = peer_response.split()
peer = self.get_peer(remote_name, pub_port=pubport, sub_port=subport, bind=False)
peer = self.new_peer(remote_name, host, pub_port=pubport, sub_port=subport, bind=False)
peer.confpeer = peer_name
print("Added peer", peer_name)
finally:
@ -311,19 +313,19 @@ class MsgBusServer(object):
async def handle_peer_request(self, peer_name):
assert type(peer_name) is str
peer = self.get_peer(peer_name)
peer = self.new_peer(peer_name, self.bind_host)
await self.pub_sock.send("__msgbus_meta __peer_response {} {} tcp {} tcp"
.format(peer_name, peer.pub_port, peer.sub_port)
.encode("utf-8"))
def get_peer(self, peer_name, pub_port=None, sub_port=None, bind=True):
def new_peer(self, peer_name, host, pub_port=None, sub_port=None, bind=True):
if peer_name not in self.peers:
if pub_port is None:
pub_port = randint(*self.port_range)
if sub_port is None:
sub_port = pub_port + 1
peer_ports = (sub_port, pub_port)
self.peers[peer_name] = MsgBusServerPeer(self, peer_name, *peer_ports, bind=bind)
self.peers[peer_name] = MsgBusServerPeer(self, peer_name, host, *peer_ports, bind=bind)
self.loop.call_soon(asyncio.ensure_future, self.peers[peer_name].run()) # seems to act like a fork
return self.peers[peer_name]
@ -343,6 +345,7 @@ class MsgBusServer(object):
def main():
import argparse
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description="msgbus server")
parser.add_argument("-b", "--bind-host", default="0.0.0.0", help="bind host")
parser.add_argument("-p", "--port", default=7000, help="server publisher port")
parser.add_argument("-n", "--peers", nargs="+", help="connect to peer's publisher port 1.2.3.4:5678")
parser.add_argument("-r", "--port-range", default=[7010, 7400], nargs=2, help="peer port range")
@ -351,7 +354,7 @@ def main():
with zmq.asyncio.Context() as ctx:
loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
# loop.set_debug(True)
server = MsgBusServer(loop, ctx, int(args.port), int(args.port) + 1,
server = MsgBusServer(loop, ctx, args.bind_host, int(args.port), int(args.port) + 1,
port_range=args.port_range, peers=args.peers if args.peers else [])
def signal_handler(signum, stack):
@ -359,9 +362,7 @@ def main():
print('Received:', signum)
server.alive = False
ctx.destroy()
# from time import sleep
# sleep(1)
# sys.exit(signum)
sys.exit(signum)
signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, signal_handler)
signal.signal(signal.SIGTERM, signal_handler)

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