Source code for pyworkflow.utils.process

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This module handles process execution

import sys
from subprocess import check_call

from .utils import greenStr
from pyworkflow import Config

# The job should be launched from the working directory!
[docs]def runJob(log, programname, params, numberOfMpi=1, numberOfThreads=1, hostConfig=None, env=None, cwd=None, gpuList=None): command = buildRunCommand(programname, params, numberOfMpi, hostConfig, env, gpuList=gpuList) if log is None: print("** Running command: %s" % greenStr(command)) else:, True) return runCommand(command, env, cwd)
[docs]def runCommand(command, env=None, cwd=None): """ Execute command with given environment env and directory cwd """ # First let us create core dumps if in debug mode if Config.debugOn(env): import resource resource.setrlimit(resource.RLIMIT_CORE, (resource.RLIM_INFINITY, resource.RLIM_INFINITY)) # This is like "ulimit -u 99999999", so we can create core dumps # TODO: maybe have to set PBS_NODEFILE in case it is used by "command" # (useful for example with gnu parallel) check_call(command, shell=True, stdout=sys.stdout, stderr=sys.stderr, env=env, cwd=cwd)
# It would be nice to avoid shell=True and calling buildRunCommand()...
[docs]def buildRunCommand(programname, params, numberOfMpi, hostConfig=None, env=None, gpuList=None): """ Return a string with the command line to run """ # Convert our list of params to a string, with each element escaped # with "" in case there are spaces. if not isinstance(params, str): params = ' '.join('"%s"' % p for p in params) if gpuList: params = params % {'GPU': ' '.join(str(g) for g in gpuList)} if numberOfMpi <= 1: return '%s %s' % (programname, params) else: assert hostConfig is not None, 'hostConfig needed to launch MPI processes.' if programname.startswith('xmipp') and not programname.startswith('xmipp_mpi'): programname = programname.replace('xmipp', 'xmipp_mpi') mpiFlags = '' if env is None else env.get('SCIPION_MPI_FLAGS', '') return hostConfig.mpiCommand.get() % { 'JOB_NODES': numberOfMpi, 'COMMAND': "%s `which %s` %s" % (mpiFlags, programname, params), }
[docs]def killWithChilds(pid): """ Kill the process with given pid and all children processes. Params: pid: the process id to terminate """ import psutil proc = psutil.Process(pid) for c in proc.children(recursive=True): if is not None: print("Terminating child pid: %d" % c.kill() print("Terminating process pid: %s" % pid) if pid is None: print("WARNING! Got None PID!!!") else: proc.kill()
[docs]def isProcessAlive(pid): import psutil try: proc = psutil.Process(pid) return proc.is_running() except psutil.NoSuchProcess: return False