Source code for jina.clients.base.helper

import asyncio
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING
from abc import ABC, abstractmethod

from ...types.request import Request
from ...importer import ImportExtensions

    from ...types.request import Response
    from ...logging.logger import JinaLogger

[docs]class AioHttpClientlet(ABC): """aiohttp session manager""" def __init__(self, url: str, logger: 'JinaLogger') -> None: """HTTP Client to be used with the streamer :param url: url to send http/websocket request to :param logger: jina logger """ self.url = url self.logger = logger self.msg_recv = 0 self.msg_sent = 0 self.session = None
[docs] @abstractmethod async def send_message(self): """Send message to Gateway""" ...
[docs] @abstractmethod async def recv_message(self): """Receive message from Gateway""" ...
async def __aenter__(self): """enter async context :return: start self """ return await self.start()
[docs] async def start(self): """Create ClientSession and enter context :return: self """ with ImportExtensions(required=True): import aiohttp self.session = aiohttp.ClientSession() await self.session.__aenter__() return self
async def __aexit__(self, exc_type, exc_val, exc_tb): await self.close(exc_type, exc_val, exc_tb)
[docs] async def close(self, *args, **kwargs): """Close ClientSession :param args: positional args :param kwargs: keyword args""" await self.session.__aexit__(*args, **kwargs)
[docs]class HTTPClientlet(AioHttpClientlet): """HTTP Client to be used with the streamer"""
[docs] async def send_message(self, request: 'Request'): """Sends a POST request to the server :param request: request as dict :return: send post message """ req_dict = request.dict() req_dict['exec_endpoint'] = req_dict['header']['exec_endpoint'] req_dict['data'] = req_dict['data'].get('docs', None) return await, json=req_dict).__aenter__()
[docs] async def recv_message(self): """Receive message for HTTP (sleep) :return: await sleep """ return await asyncio.sleep(1e10)
[docs]class WebsocketClientlet(AioHttpClientlet): """Websocket Client to be used with the streamer""" def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs) -> None: super().__init__(*args, **kwargs) self.websocket = None
[docs] async def send_message(self, request: 'Request'): """Send request in bytes to the server. :param request: request object :return: send request as bytes awaitable """ try: return await self.websocket.send_bytes(request.SerializeToString()) except ConnectionResetError: self.logger.critical(f'server connection closed already!')
[docs] async def send_eoi(self): """To confirm end of iteration, we send `bytes(True)` to the server. :return: send `bytes(True)` awaitable """ try: return await self.websocket.send_bytes(bytes(True)) except ConnectionResetError: # server might be in a `CLOSING` state while sending EOI signal # which raises a `ConnectionResetError`, this can be ignored. pass
[docs] async def recv_message(self) -> 'Response': """Receive messages in bytes from server and convert to `Response` ..note:: aiohttp allows only one task which can `receive` concurrently. we need to make sure we don't create multiple tasks with `recv_message` :yield: response objects received from server """ async for response in self.websocket: response_bytes = resp = Request(response_bytes) yield resp.as_typed_request(resp.request_type).as_response()
async def __aenter__(self): await super().__aenter__() self.websocket = await self.session.ws_connect(url=self.url).__aenter__() return self