[pve-devel] [PATCH manager 2/3] pvescheduler: reworking child pid tracking

Fabian Ebner f.ebner at proxmox.com
Mon Nov 22 09:46:22 CET 2021


On 18.11.21 14:28, Dominik Csapak wrote:
> previously, systemd timers were responsible for running replication jobs.
> those timers would not restart if the previous one is still running.
> 
> though trying again while it is running does no harm really, it spams
> the log with errors about not being able to acquire the correct lock
> 
> to fix this, we rework the handling of child processes such that we only
> start one per loop if there is currently none running. for that,
> introduce the types of forks we do and allow one child process per type
> (for now, we have 'jobs' and 'replication' as types)
> 
> Signed-off-by: Dominik Csapak <d.csapak at proxmox.com>
> ---
>   PVE/Service/pvescheduler.pm | 42 ++++++++++++++++++++++++-------------
>   1 file changed, 27 insertions(+), 15 deletions(-)
> 
> diff --git a/PVE/Service/pvescheduler.pm b/PVE/Service/pvescheduler.pm
> index d4f73702..466cc599 100755
> --- a/PVE/Service/pvescheduler.pm
> +++ b/PVE/Service/pvescheduler.pm
> @@ -17,12 +17,16 @@ my $cmdline = [$0, @ARGV];
>   my %daemon_options = (stop_wait_time => 180, max_workers => 0);
>   my $daemon = __PACKAGE__->new('pvescheduler', $cmdline, %daemon_options);
>   
> +my @types = qw(replication jobs);
> +
>   my $finish_jobs = sub {
>       my ($self) = @_;
> -    foreach my $cpid (keys %{$self->{jobs}}) {
> -	my $waitpid = waitpid($cpid, WNOHANG);
> -	if (defined($waitpid) && ($waitpid == $cpid)) {
> -	    delete ($self->{jobs}->{$cpid});
> +    for my $type (@types) {
> +	if (my $cpid = $self->{jobs}->{$type}) {
> +	    my $waitpid = waitpid($cpid, WNOHANG);
> +	    if (defined($waitpid) && ($waitpid == $cpid)) {
> +		$self->{jobs}->{$type} = undef;
> +	    }
>   	}
>       }
>   };
> @@ -41,7 +45,11 @@ sub run {
>       };
>   
>       my $fork = sub {
> -	my ($sub) = @_;
> +	my ($type, $sub) = @_;
> +
> +	# don't fork again if the previous iteration still runs
> +	return if defined($self->{jobs}->{$type});
> +
>   	my $child = fork();
>   	if (!defined($child)) {
>   	    die "fork failed: $!\n";
> @@ -56,16 +64,16 @@ sub run {
>   	    POSIX::_exit(0);
>   	}
>   
> -	$jobs->{$child} = 1;
> +	$jobs->{$type} = $child;
>       };
>   
>       my $run_jobs = sub {
>   
> -	$fork->(sub {
> +	$fork->('replication', sub {
>   	    PVE::API2::Replication::run_jobs(undef, sub {}, 0, 1);
>   	});
>   
> -	$fork->(sub {
> +	$fork->('jobs', sub {
>   	    PVE::Jobs::run_jobs();
>   	});
>       };
> @@ -92,14 +100,16 @@ sub run {
>   	}
>       }
>   
> -    # jobs have a lock timeout of 60s, wait a bit more for graceful termination
> +    # replication jobs have a lock timeout of 60s, wait a bit more for graceful termination
>       my $timeout = 0;
> -    while (keys %$jobs > 0 && $timeout < 75) {
> -	kill 'TERM', keys %$jobs;
> -	$timeout += sleep(5);
> +    for my $type (@types) {
> +	while (defined($jobs->{$type}) && $timeout < 75) {
> +	    kill 'TERM', $jobs->{$type};
> +	    $timeout += sleep(5);
> +	}
> +	# ensure the rest gets stopped
> +	kill 'KILL', $jobs->{$type} if defined($jobs->{$type});
>       }
> -    # ensure the rest gets stopped
> -    kill 'KILL', keys %$jobs if (keys %$jobs > 0);
>   }

Nit: this changes the behavior a bit, as it can happen that the timeout 
is "used up" for one job type and all following ones only get the KILL 
singal. Because of the code below, each child still gets at least one 
TERM, so not a big deal.

>   
>   sub shutdown {
> @@ -107,7 +117,9 @@ sub shutdown {
>   
>       syslog('info', 'got shutdown request, signal running jobs to stop');
>   
> -    kill 'TERM', keys %{$self->{jobs}};
> +    for my $type (@types) {
> +	kill 'TERM', $self->{jobs}->{$type} if $self->{jobs}->{$type};
> +    }
>       $self->{shutdown_request} = 1;
>   }
>   
> 




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