SiteStatus

SiteStatus helper

Provides methods to easily interact with the CS and/or RSS to get the site status

class DIRAC.ResourceStatusSystem.Client.SiteStatus.SiteStatus

Bases: object

RSS helper to interact with the ‘Site’ family on the DB. It provides the most demanded functions and a cache to avoid hitting the server too often.

It provides four methods to interact with the site statuses: * getSiteStatuses * isUsableSite * getUsableSites * getSites

__init__()

Constructor, initializes the rssClient.

getSiteStatuses(siteNames=None)

Method that queries the database for status of the sites in a given list. A single string site name may also be provides as “siteNames” If the input is None, it is interpreted as * ( all ).

If match is positive, the output looks like: {

‘test1.test1.org’: ‘Active’, ‘test2.test2.org’: ‘Banned’,

}

examples
>>> siteStatus.getSiteStatuses( ['test1.test1.uk', 'test2.test2.net', 'test3.test3.org'] )
    S_OK( { 'test1.test1.org': 'Active', 'test2.test2.net': 'Banned', 'test3.test3.org': 'Active' }  )
>>> siteStatus.getSiteStatuses( 'NotExists')
    S_ERROR( ... ))
>>> siteStatus.getSiteStatuses( None )
    S_OK( { 'test1.test1.org': 'Active',
            'test2.test2.net': 'Banned', },
            ...
          }
        )
Parameters:
siteNames - list or str

name(s) of the sites to be matched

Returns:

S_OK() || S_ERROR()

getSites(siteState='Active')

By default, it gets the currently active site list

examples
>>> siteStatus.getSites()
    S_OK( ['test1.test1.uk', 'test3.test3.org'] )
>>> siteStatus.getSites( 'Active' )
    S_OK( ['test1.test1.uk', 'test3.test3.org'] )
>>> siteStatus.getSites( 'Banned' )
    S_OK( ['test0.test0.uk', ... ] )
>>> siteStatus.getSites( 'All' )
    S_OK( ['test1.test1.uk', 'test3.test3.org', 'test4.test4.org', 'test5.test5.org'...] )
>>> siteStatus.getSites( None )
    S_ERROR( ... )
Parameters:
siteState - String

state of the sites to be matched

Returns:

S_OK() || S_ERROR()

getUsableSites(siteNames=None)

Returns all sites that are usable if their statusType is either Active or Degraded; in a list.

examples
>>> siteStatus.getUsableSites( ['test1.test1.uk', 'test2.test2.net', 'test3.test3.org'] )
    S_OK( ['test1.test1.uk', 'test3.test3.org'] )
>>> siteStatus.getUsableSites( None )
    S_OK( ['test1.test1.uk', 'test3.test3.org', 'test4.test4.org', 'test5.test5.org', ...] )
>>> siteStatus.getUsableSites( 'NotExists' )
    S_ERROR( ... )
Parameters:
siteNames - List or str

name(s) of the sites to be matched

Returns:

S_OK() || S_ERROR()

instance = None
setSiteStatus(site, status, comment='No comment')

Set the status of a site in the ‘SiteStatus’ table of RSS

examples
>>> siteStatus.banSite( 'site1.test.test' )
    S_OK()
>>> siteStatus.banSite( None )
    S_ERROR( ... )
Parameters:
site - String

the site that is going to be banned

comment - String

reason for banning

Returns:

S_OK() || S_ERROR()

DIRAC.ResourceStatusSystem.Client.SiteStatus.getCacheDictFromRawData(rawList)

Formats the raw data list, which we know it must have tuples of four elements. ( element1, element2 ) into a dictionary of tuples with the format { ( element1 ): element2 )}. The resulting dictionary will be the new Cache.

It happens that element1 is elementName,
element4 is status.
Parameters:
rawList - list

list of three element tuples [( element1, element2 ),… ]

Returns:

dict of the form { ( elementName ) : status, … }