Source code for grab.spider.base

# FIXME: split to modules, make smaller
# pylint: disable=too-many-lines
# TODO: cache_service input task queue should be powered by task queue backend
import logging
import time
from random import randint
from copy import deepcopy
from traceback import format_exception, format_stack
from datetime import datetime

from six.moves.queue import Queue, Empty
import six
from weblib import metric

from grab.base import Grab
from grab.error import GrabInvalidUrl
from grab.spider.error import (
from grab.util.warning import warn
from grab.spider.task import Task
from grab.proxylist import ProxyList, BaseProxySource
from grab.util.misc import camel_case_to_underscore
from grab.stat import Stat
from grab.spider.parser_service import ParserService
from grab.spider.cache_service import CacheReaderService, CacheWriterService
from grab.spider.task_generator_service import TaskGeneratorService
from grab.spider.task_dispatcher_service import TaskDispatcherService
from grab.spider.http_api_service import HttpApiService

NULL = object()

# pylint: disable=invalid-name
logger = logging.getLogger('grab.spider.base')
# pylint: disable=invalid-name

class SpiderMetaClass(type):
    This meta class does following things::

    * It creates Meta attribute, if it is not defined in
        Spider descendant class, by copying parent's Meta attribute
    * It reset Meta.abstract to False if Meta is copied from parent class
    * If defined Meta does not contains `abstract`
        attribute then define it and set to False

    def __new__(cls, name, bases, namespace):
        if 'Meta' not in namespace:
            for base in bases:
                if hasattr(base, 'Meta'):
                    # copy contents of base Meta
                    meta = type('Meta', (object,), dict(base.Meta.__dict__))
                    # reset abstract attribute
                    meta.abstract = False
                    namespace['Meta'] = meta

        # Process special case (SpiderMetaClassMixin)
        if 'Meta' not in namespace:
            namespace['Meta'] = type('Meta', (object,), {})

        if not hasattr(namespace['Meta'], 'abstract'):
            namespace['Meta'].abstract = False

        return super(SpiderMetaClass, cls).__new__(cls, name, bases, namespace)

[docs]@six.add_metaclass(SpiderMetaClass) class Spider(object): """ Asynchronous scraping framework. """ spider_name = None # You can define here some urls and initial tasks # with name "initial" will be created from these # urls # If the logic of generating initial tasks is complex # then consider to use `task_generator` method instead of # `initial_urls` attribute initial_urls = [] class Meta: # pylint: disable=no-init # # Meta.abstract means that this class will not be # collected to spider registry by `grab crawl` CLI command. # The Meta is inherited by descendant classes BUT # Meta.abstract is reset to False in each descendant abstract = True # ************* # Class Methods # ************* @classmethod def update_spider_config(cls, config): pass @classmethod def get_spider_name(cls): if cls.spider_name: return cls.spider_name else: return camel_case_to_underscore(cls.__name__) # ************** # Public Methods # ************** def __init__( self, thread_number=None, network_try_limit=None, task_try_limit=None, request_pause=NULL, priority_mode='random', meta=None, only_cache=False, config=None, args=None, parser_requests_per_process=10000, parser_pool_size=1, http_api_port=None, network_service='threaded', grab_transport='pycurl', # Deprecated transport=None): """ Arguments: * thread-number - Number of concurrent network streams * network_try_limit - How many times try to send request again if network error was occurred, use 0 to disable * task_try_limit - Limit of tries to execute some task this is not the same as network_try_limit network try limit limits the number of tries which are performed automatically in case of network timeout of some other physical error but task_try_limit limits the number of attempts which are scheduled manually in the spider business logic * priority_mode - could be "random" or "const" * meta - arbitrary user data * retry_rebuild_user_agent - generate new random user-agent for each network request which is performed again due to network error * args - command line arguments parsed with `setup_arg_parser` method """ self.fatal_error_queue = Queue() self.task_queue_parameters = None self.http_api_port = http_api_port self._started = None assert grab_transport in ('pycurl', 'urllib3') self.grab_transport_name = grab_transport self.parser_requests_per_process = parser_requests_per_process self.stat = Stat() self.task_queue = None if args is None: self.args = {} else: self.args = args if config is not None: self.config = config else: self.config = {} if meta: self.meta = meta else: self.meta = {} self.thread_number = ( thread_number or int(self.config.get('thread_number', DEFAULT_NETWORK_STREAM_NUMBER))) self.task_try_limit = ( task_try_limit or int(self.config.get('task_try_limit', DEFAULT_TASK_TRY_LIMIT))) self.network_try_limit = ( network_try_limit or int(self.config.get('network_try_limit', DEFAULT_NETWORK_TRY_LIMIT))) self._grab_config = {} if priority_mode not in ['random', 'const']: raise SpiderMisuseError('Value of priority_mode option should be ' '"random" or "const"') else: self.priority_mode = priority_mode self.only_cache = only_cache self.work_allowed = True if request_pause is not NULL: warn('Option `request_pause` is deprecated and is not ' 'supported anymore') self.proxylist_enabled = None self.proxylist = None self.proxy = None self.proxy_auto_change = False self.interrupted = False self.cache_reader_service = None self.cache_writer_service = None self.parser_pool_size = parser_pool_size self.parser_service = ParserService( spider=self, pool_size=self.parser_pool_size, ) if transport is not None: warn('The "transport" argument of Spider constructor is' ' deprecated. Use "network_service" argument.') network_service = transport assert network_service in ('threaded',) if network_service == 'threaded': # pylint: disable=no-name-in-module, import-error from grab.spider.network_service.threaded import ( NetworkServiceThreaded ) self.network_service = NetworkServiceThreaded( self, self.thread_number ) self.task_dispatcher = TaskDispatcherService(self) if self.http_api_port: self.http_api_service = HttpApiService(self) else: self.http_api_service = None self.task_generator_service = TaskGeneratorService( self.task_generator(), self, )
[docs] def setup_cache(self, backend='mongodb', database=None, **kwargs): """ Setup cache. :param backend: Backend name Should be one of the following: 'mongo', 'mysql' or 'postgresql'. :param database: Database name. :param kwargs: Additional credentials for backend. """ if database is None: raise SpiderMisuseError('setup_cache method requires database ' 'option') if backend == 'mongo': warn('Backend name "mongo" is deprecated. Use "mongodb" instead.') backend = 'mongodb' mod = __import__('grab.spider.cache_backend.%s' % backend, globals(), locals(), ['foo']) backend = mod.CacheBackend( database=database, spider=self, **kwargs ) self.cache_reader_service = CacheReaderService(self, backend) backend = mod.CacheBackend( database=database, spider=self, **kwargs ) self.cache_writer_service = CacheWriterService(self, backend)
[docs] def setup_queue(self, backend='memory', **kwargs): """ Setup queue. :param backend: Backend name Should be one of the following: 'memory', 'redis' or 'mongo'. :param kwargs: Additional credentials for backend. """ if backend == 'mongo': warn('Backend name "mongo" is deprecated. Use "mongodb" instead.') backend = 'mongodb' logger.debug('Using %s backend for task queue', backend) mod = __import__('grab.spider.queue_backend.%s' % backend, globals(), locals(), ['foo']) self.task_queue = mod.QueueBackend(spider_name=self.get_spider_name(), **kwargs)
[docs] def add_task(self, task, queue=None, raise_error=False): """ Add task to the task queue. """ if queue is None: if self.cache_reader_service: queue = self.cache_reader_service.input_queue else: queue = self.task_queue if queue is None: raise SpiderMisuseError('You should configure task queue before ' 'adding tasks. Use `setup_queue` method.') if task.priority is None or not task.priority_set_explicitly: task.priority = self.generate_task_priority() task.priority_set_explicitly = False else: task.priority_set_explicitly = True if not task.url.startswith(('http://', 'https://', 'ftp://', 'file://', 'feed://')): self.stat.collect('task-with-invalid-url', task.url) msg = 'Invalid task URL: %s' % task.url if raise_error: raise SpiderError(msg) else: logger.error( '%s\nTraceback:\n%s', msg, ''.join(format_stack()), ) return False else: # TODO: keep original task priority if it was set explicitly # WTF the previous comment means? queue.put( task, priority=task.priority, schedule_time=task.schedule_time ) return True
[docs] def stop(self): """ This method set internal flag which signal spider to stop processing new task and shuts down. """ self.work_allowed = False
[docs] def load_proxylist(self, source, source_type=None, proxy_type='http', auto_init=True, auto_change=True): """ Load proxy list. :param source: Proxy source. Accepts string (file path, url) or ``BaseProxySource`` instance. :param source_type: The type of the specified source. Should be one of the following: 'text_file' or 'url'. :param proxy_type: Should be one of the following: 'socks4', 'socks5' or'http'. :param auto_change: If set to `True` then automatical random proxy rotation will be used. Proxy source format should be one of the following (for each line): - ip:port - ip:port:login:password """ self.proxylist = ProxyList() if isinstance(source, BaseProxySource): self.proxylist.set_source(source) elif isinstance(source, six.string_types): if source_type == 'text_file': self.proxylist.load_file(source, proxy_type=proxy_type) elif source_type == 'url': self.proxylist.load_url(source, proxy_type=proxy_type) else: raise SpiderMisuseError('Method `load_proxylist` received ' 'invalid `source_type` argument: %s' % source_type) else: raise SpiderMisuseError('Method `load_proxylist` received ' 'invalid `source` argument: %s' % source) self.proxylist_enabled = True self.proxy = None if not auto_change and auto_init: self.proxy = self.proxylist.get_random_proxy() self.proxy_auto_change = auto_change
[docs] def process_next_page(self, grab, task, xpath, resolve_base=False, **kwargs): """ Generate task for next page. :param grab: Grab instance :param task: Task object which should be assigned to next page url :param xpath: xpath expression which calculates list of URLS :param **kwargs: extra settings for new task object Example:: self.follow_links(grab, 'topic', '//div[@class="topic"]/a/@href') """ try: # next_url = grab.xpath_text(xpath) next_url = except IndexError: return False else: url = grab.make_url_absolute(next_url, resolve_base=resolve_base) page = task.get('page', 1) + 1 grab2 = grab.clone() grab2.setup(url=url) task2 = task.clone(task_try_count=1, grab=grab2, page=page, **kwargs) self.add_task(task2) return True
def render_stats(self, timing=None): if timing is not None: warn('Option timing of method render_stats is deprecated.' ' There is no more timing feature.') out = ['------------ Stats: ------------'] out.append('Counters:') # Process counters items = sorted(self.stat.counters.items(), key=lambda x: x[0], reverse=True) for item in items: out.append(' %s: %s' % item) out.append('') out.append('Lists:') # Process collections sorted by size desc col_sizes = [(x, len(y)) for x, y in self.stat.collections.items()] col_sizes = sorted(col_sizes, key=lambda x: x[1], reverse=True) for col_size in col_sizes: out.append(' %s: %d' % col_size) out.append('') # Process extra metrics if 'download-size' in self.stat.counters: out.append('Network download: %s' % metric.format_traffic_value( self.stat.counters['download-size'])) out.append('Queue size: %d' % self.task_queue.size() if self.task_queue else 'NA') out.append('Network streams: %d' % self.thread_number) if self._started: elapsed = time.time() - self._started else: elapsed = 0 hours, seconds = divmod(elapsed, 3600) minutes, seconds = divmod(seconds, 60) out.append('Time elapsed: %d:%d:%d (H:M:S)' % ( hours, minutes, seconds)) out.append('End time: %s' % datetime.utcnow().strftime('%d %b %Y, %H:%M:%S UTC')) return '\n'.join(out) + '\n' # ******************************** # Methods for spider customization # ********************************
[docs] def prepare(self): """ You can do additional spider customization here before it has started working. Simply redefine this method in your Spider class. """
[docs] def shutdown(self): """ You can override this method to do some final actions after parsing has been done. """ pass
[docs] def update_grab_instance(self, grab): """ Use this method to automatically update config of any `Grab` instance created by the spider. """ pass
def create_grab_instance(self, **kwargs): # Back-ward compatibility for deprecated `grab_config` attribute # Here I use `_grab_config` to not trigger warning messages kwargs['transport'] = self.grab_transport_name if self._grab_config and kwargs: merged_config = deepcopy(self._grab_config) merged_config.update(kwargs) grab = Grab(**merged_config) elif self._grab_config and not kwargs: grab = Grab(**self._grab_config) else: grab = Grab(**kwargs) return grab
[docs] def task_generator(self): """ You can override this method to load new tasks smoothly. It will be used each time as number of tasks in task queue is less then number of threads multiplied on 2 This allows you to not overload all free memory if total number of tasks is big. """ if False: # pylint: disable=using-constant-test # Some magic to make this function empty generator yield ':-)' return
# *************** # Private Methods # ***************
[docs] def check_task_limits(self, task): """ Check that task's network & try counters do not exceed limits. Returns: * if success: (True, None) * if error: (False, reason) """ if task.task_try_count > self.task_try_limit: return False, 'task-try-count' if task.network_try_count > self.network_try_limit: return False, 'network-try-count' return True, None
def generate_task_priority(self): if self.priority_mode == 'const': return DEFAULT_TASK_PRIORITY else: return randint(*RANDOM_TASK_PRIORITY_RANGE) def process_initial_urls(self): if self.initial_urls: for url in self.initial_urls: self.add_task(Task('initial', url=url)) def get_task_from_queue(self): try: return self.task_queue.get() except Empty: size = self.task_queue.size() if size: return True else: return None def setup_grab_for_task(self, task): grab = self.create_grab_instance() if task.grab_config: grab.load_config(task.grab_config) else: grab.setup(url=task.url) # Generate new common headers grab.config['common_headers'] = grab.common_headers() self.update_grab_instance(grab) grab.setup_transport(self.grab_transport_name) return grab
[docs] def is_valid_network_response_code(self, code, task): """ Answer the question: if the response could be handled via usual task handler or the task failed and should be processed as error. """ return (code < 400 or code == 404 or code in task.valid_status)
def process_parser_error(self, func_name, task, exc_info): _, ex, _ = exc_info'spider:error-%s' % ex.__class__.__name__.lower()) logger.error( 'Task handler [%s] error\n%s', func_name, ''.join(format_exception(*exc_info)), ) # Looks strange but I really have some problems with # serializing exception into string try: ex_str = six.text_type(ex) except TypeError: try: ex_str = ex.decode('utf-8', 'ignore') except TypeError: ex_str = str(ex) task_url = task.url if task else None self.stat.collect('fatal', '%s|%s|%s|%s' % ( func_name, ex.__class__.__name__, ex_str, task_url )) def find_task_handler(self, task): callback = task.get('callback') if callback: return callback else: try: handler = getattr(self, 'task_%s' % except AttributeError: raise NoTaskHandler('No handler or callback defined for ' 'task %s' % else: return handler def log_network_result_stats(self, res, task): # Increase stat counters'spider:request-processed')'spider:task')'spider:task-%s' % if (task.network_try_count == 1 and task.task_try_count == 1):'spider:task-%s-initial' % # Update traffic statistics if res['grab'] and res['grab'].doc: doc = res['grab'].doc if res.get('from_cache'):'spider:download-size-with-cache', doc.download_size)'spider:upload-size-with-cache', doc.upload_size) else:'spider:download-size', doc.download_size)'spider:upload-size', doc.upload_size)
[docs] def process_grab_proxy(self, task, grab): """Assign new proxy from proxylist to the task""" if task.use_proxylist: if self.proxylist_enabled: if self.proxy_auto_change: self.change_active_proxy(task, grab) if self.proxy: grab.setup(proxy=self.proxy.get_address(), proxy_userpwd=self.proxy.get_userpwd(), proxy_type=self.proxy.proxy_type)
# pylint: disable=unused-argument def change_active_proxy(self, task, grab): self.proxy = self.proxylist.get_random_proxy() # pylint: enable=unused-argument def submit_task_to_transport(self, task, grab): if self.only_cache:'spider:request-network-disabled-only-cache') else: grab_config_backup = grab.dump_config() self.process_grab_proxy(task, grab)'spider:request-network')'spider:task-%s-network' % try: # pylint: disable=no-member self.network_service.start_task_processing( task, grab, grab_config_backup) # pylint: enable=no-member except GrabInvalidUrl: # TODO: log error # TODO: show traceback logger.debug('Task %s has invalid URL: %s',, task.url) self.stat.collect('invalid-url', task.url) def run(self): self._started = time.time() services = [] try: self.prepare() if self.task_queue is None: self.setup_queue() self.process_initial_urls() services = [ self.task_dispatcher, self.task_generator_service, self.parser_service, self.network_service, ] if self.http_api_service: self.http_api_service.start() if self.cache_reader_service: services.insert(0, self.cache_reader_service) if self.cache_writer_service: services.insert(0, self.cache_writer_service) for srv in services: srv.start() while self.work_allowed: try: exc_info = self.fatal_error_queue.get(True, 0.5) except Empty: pass else: # The trackeback of fatal error MUST BE # rendered by the sender raise exc_info[1] if self.is_idle(): for srv in services: srv.pause() if self.is_idle(): break for srv in services: srv.resume() except KeyboardInterrupt: self.interrupted = True raise finally: # TODO: if self.task_queue: self.task_queue.close() #print('Start stopping services') for srv in services: # Resume service if it has been paused # to allow service to process stop signal srv.resume() srv.stop() #print('Called .stop() for all services') start = time.time() while any(x.is_alive() for x in services): time.sleep(0.1) if time.time() - start > 10: break for srv in services: if srv.is_alive(): print('The %s has not stopped :(' % srv) self.stat.print_progress_line() self.shutdown() if self.task_queue: self.task_queue.clear() logger.debug('Work done') def is_idle(self): result = ( not self.task_generator_service.is_alive() and not self.task_queue.size() and not self.task_dispatcher.input_queue.qsize() and not self.parser_service.input_queue.qsize() and not self.parser_service.is_busy() and not self.network_service.get_active_threads_number() and not self.network_service.is_busy() ) if result and self.cache_reader_service: result = result and ( not self.cache_reader_service.input_queue.size() and not self.cache_writer_service.input_queue.qsize() ) return result def log_failed_network_result(self, res): if res['ok']: msg = 'http-%s' % res['grab'].doc.code else: msg = res['error_abbr']'error:%s' % msg) def log_rejected_task(self, task, reason): if reason == 'task-try-count': self.stat.collect('task-count-rejected', task.url) elif reason == 'network-try-count': self.stat.collect('network-count-rejected', task.url) else: raise SpiderError('Unknown response from ' 'check_task_limits: %s' % reason)