ctrl2cgi: account wait and http times separately

Save and propagate separate timestamp for HTTP request duration to
distinguish between time spent waiting on connection limit availability
from actual http request time.

Change-Id: I14d1db5206864ac9ab7c64f96f67139113ab3fcf
Related: SYS#4399
Maxim Suraev 4 years ago
parent 95952909fa
commit c4502377fd
  1. 17

@ -22,7 +22,7 @@
__version__ = "0.0.8" # bump this on every non-trivial change
__version__ = "0.0.9" # bump this on every non-trivial change
import argparse, os, logging, logging.handlers, datetime
import hashlib
@ -39,13 +39,22 @@ from osmopy.osmo_ipa import Ctrl
# we don't support older versions of TwistedIPA module
assert V(twisted_ipa_version) > V('0.4')
def log_duration(log, bid, ts, ts_http):
Log human-readable duration from timestamps
base = datetime.datetime.now()
delta_t = datetime.timedelta(seconds = (base - ts).total_seconds())
delta_h = datetime.timedelta(seconds = (base - ts_http).total_seconds())
delta_w = delta_t - delta_h
log.debug('Request for BSC %s took %s total (%s wait, %s http)' % (bid, delta_t, delta_w, delta_h))
def handle_reply(ts, bid, f, log, resp):
def handle_reply(ts, ts_http, bid, f, log, resp):
Reply handler: process raw CGI server response, function f to run for each command
decoded = json.loads(resp.decode('utf-8'))
log.debug('request for BSC %s took %d seconds' % (bid, (datetime.datetime.now() - ts).total_seconds()))
log_duration(log, bid, ts, ts_http)
comm_proc(decoded.get('commands'), bid, f, log)
def gen_hash(params, skey):
@ -63,7 +72,7 @@ def gen_hash(params, skey):
def make_async_req(ts, dst, par, f_write, f_log, tout):
d = post(dst, par, timeout=tout)
d.addCallback(collect, partial(handle_reply, ts, par['bsc_id'], f_write, f_log)) # treq's collect helper is handy to get all reply content at once
d.addCallback(collect, partial(handle_reply, ts, datetime.datetime.now(), par['bsc_id'], f_write, f_log))
d.addErrback(lambda e: f_log.critical("HTTP POST error %s while trying to register BSC %s on %s (timeout %d)" % (repr(e), par['bsc_id'], dst, tout))) # handle HTTP errors
return d