Class: BatchImportRunner

Inherits:
JobRunner show all
Defined in:
backend/app/lib/job_runners/batch_import_runner.rb

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods inherited from JobRunner

#add_success_hook, #cancelation_signaler, #canceled?, for, #initialize, #parse_job_params_string, register_for_job_type, registered_job_types, registered_runner_for, #success!, #symbol_keys

Constructor Details

This class inherits a constructor from JobRunner

Instance Method Details

#runObject



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# File 'backend/app/lib/job_runners/batch_import_runner.rb', line 20

def run
  ticker = Ticker.new(@job)

  last_error = nil
  batch = nil
  success = false

  filenames = @json.job['filenames'] || []
  import_maint_events = @json.job["import_events"] || false

  # Wrap the import in a transaction if the DB supports MVCC
  begin
    DB.open(DB.supports_mvcc?,
            :retry_on_optimistic_locking_fail => true) do
      created_uris = []
      begin
        @job.job_files.each_with_index do |input_file, i|
          ticker.log(("=" * 50) + "\n#{filenames[i]}\n" + ("=" * 50)) if filenames[i]
          converter = Converter.for(@json.job['import_type'], input_file.full_file_path, {:import_events => import_maint_events})
          begin
            RequestContext.open(:create_enums => true,
                                :current_username => @job.owner.username,
                                :repo_id => @job.repo_id) do

              converter.run

              File.open(converter.get_output_path, "r") do |fh|
                batch = StreamingImport.new(fh, ticker, @import_canceled)
                batch.process

                if batch.created_records
                  created_uris.concat(batch.created_records.values)
                end

                success = true
              end
            end
          ensure
            converter.remove_files
          end
        end

        # Note: it's important to call `success!` before attempting to store
        # the created URIs here.
        #
        # It turns out that the process of adding a new row to the
        # `job_created_record` table is enough to take a row-level lock on the
        # corresponding job entry in the `job` table (because of the foreign
        # key relationship).  If the import thread locks that row, the
        # watchdog thread ends up deadlocked, and we can't finish the import
        # job.
        #
        # Calling `success!` ensures that the watchdog thread gets shut down.
        # Then it's safe for this thread to do whatever it needs to do to the
        # job tables.
        #
        self.success!
        log_created_uris(created_uris)
      rescue ImportCanceled
        raise Sequel::Rollback
      rescue JSONModel::ValidationException, ImportException, Converter::ConverterMappingError, Sequel::ValidationFailed, ReferenceError => e
        # Note: we deliberately don't catch Sequel::DatabaseError here.  The
        # outer call to DB.open will catch that exception and retry the
        # import for us.
        last_error = e

        # Roll back the transaction (if there is one)
        raise Sequel::Rollback
      end
    end
  rescue
    # If we get to here, last_error will generally not have been set yet.  The
    # conditional set is here to deal with code that does something like this:
    #
    #  DB.open do                 # Start a transaction (1)
    #    BatchImportRunner#run    # Run this import process, which does another DB.open (2)
    #    <run some other updates>
    #  end
    #
    # The intention is to run the import and some related updates in a single
    # transaction, but the result is surprising: if the BatchImportRunner
    # fails for some reason, everything gets rolled back and the only error
    # logged is a Sequel::Rollback.
    #
    # What's happening here is that DB.open (2) actually didn't establish a
    # new transaction (since it was already running in a transaction) and, as
    # a result, Sequel didn't set up the begin/rescue block needed to catch
    # Sequel::Rollback.  So the rollback exception keeps bubbling up until
    # it's caught by the block you're currently reading.  When this happens,
    # last_error contains the real cause of the strife, and Sequel::Rollback
    # should be ignored.

    last_error ||= $!
  end

  if last_error

    ticker.log("\n\n" )
    ticker.log( "!" * 50 )
    ticker.log( "IMPORT ERROR" )
    ticker.log( "!" * 50 )
    ticker.log("\n\n" )

    if last_error.respond_to?(:errors)

      ticker.log("#{last_error}") if last_error.errors.empty? # just spit it out if there's not explicit errors

      ticker.log("The following errors were found:\n")

      last_error.errors.each_pair { |k, v| ticker.log("\t#{k.to_s} : #{v.join(' -- ')}" ) }

      if last_error.is_a?(Sequel::ValidationFailed)
        ticker.log("\n" )
        ticker.log("%" * 50 )
        ticker.log("\n Full Error Message:\n #{last_error.to_s}\n\n")
      end

      if ( last_error.respond_to?(:invalid_object) && last_error.invalid_object )
        ticker.log("\n\n For #{ last_error.invalid_object.class }: \n #{ last_error.invalid_object.inspect }")
      end

      if ( last_error.respond_to?(:import_context) && last_error.import_context )
        ticker.log("\n\nIn : \n #{ CGI.escapeHTML( last_error.import_context ) } ")
        ticker.log("\n\n")
      end
    else
      ticker.log("Trace:" + last_error.backtrace.inspect)
      ticker.log("Errors: #{CGI.escapeHTML( last_error.inspect )}")
      Log.exception(last_error)
    end
    ticker.log("!" * 50 )
    raise last_error
  end
end