Source code for openmdao.test.cluster

Routines to support testing with cluster allocation.

import getpass
import glob
import os.path
import platform
import shutil
import sys

from openmdao.main.resource import ResourceAllocationManager, \
                                   LocalAllocator, ClusterAllocator

# Users who have ssh configured correctly for testing.

[docs]def init_cluster(encrypted=True, clean_dir=True, allow_shell=False): """ If not already done, initializes the ResourceAllocationManager and adds a cluster using encrypted or unencrypted communication. Returns the name of the configured cluster. """ authkey = 'PublicKey' if encrypted else 'AuthKey' allocators = ResourceAllocationManager.list_allocators() if len(allocators) == 1: local = ResourceAllocationManager.get_allocator(0) if local.max_load < 10: # First time we've been called. # Ensure we aren't held up by local host load problems. local.max_load = 10 if clean_dir: # Remove any local allocator-created directories. for path in glob.glob('Sim-*'): shutil.rmtree(path) node = platform.node() name = '%s_%s' % (node.replace('.', '_'), authkey) for allocator in allocators: if == name: return name # Don't add multiple copies. machines = [] python = sys.executable if node.startswith('gxterm'): # User environment assumed OK on this GRC cluster front-end. # Using less than full machine (55 nodes) to allow multiple # cluster testing without hitting limit on open files (sockets). for i in range(20): machines.append({'hostname':'gx%02d' % i, 'python':python}) elif local_ssh_available(): machines.append({'hostname':node, 'python':python}) if machines: cluster = ClusterAllocator(name, machines, authkey, allow_shell) ResourceAllocationManager.insert_allocator(0, cluster) return name elif not encrypted: # Create a LocalAllocator so we have *something*. name = 'LocalUnencrypted' for allocator in allocators: if == name: return name # Don't add multiple copies. local = LocalAllocator(name, authkey=authkey, allow_shell=allow_shell) ResourceAllocationManager.insert_allocator(0, local) return name return None
[docs]def local_ssh_available(): """ Return True if this user has an authorized key for this machine. """ if sys.platform == 'win32': # ssh server not typically available on Windows. return False user = getpass.getuser() if user not in SSH_USERS: # Avoid problems with users who don't have a valid environment. return False node = platform.node() keyfile = os.path.expanduser(os.path.join('~', '.ssh', 'authorized_keys')) try: with open(keyfile, 'r') as keys: for line in keys: if line.find(user+'@'+node) > 0: return True return False except IOError: return False
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