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# setdiscovery.py - improved discovery of common nodeset for mercurial
#
# Copyright 2010 Benoit Boissinot
# and Peter Arrenbrecht
#
# This software may be used and distributed according to the terms of the
# GNU General Public License version 2 or any later version.
"""
Algorithm works in the following way. You have two repository: local and
remote. They both contains a DAG of changelists.
The goal of the discovery protocol is to find one set of node *common*,
the set of nodes shared by local and remote.
One of the issue with the original protocol was latency, it could
potentially require lots of roundtrips to discover that the local repo was a
subset of remote (which is a very common case, you usually have few changes
compared to upstream, while upstream probably had lots of development).
The new protocol only requires one interface for the remote repo: `known()`,
which given a set of changelists tells you if they are present in the DAG.
The algorithm then works as follow:
- We will be using three sets, `common`, `missing`, `unknown`. Originally
all nodes are in `unknown`.
- Take a sample from `unknown`, call `remote.known(sample)`
- For each node that remote knows, move it and all its ancestors to `common`
- For each node that remote doesn't know, move it and all its descendants
to `missing`
- Iterate until `unknown` is empty
There are a couple optimizations, first is instead of starting with a random
sample of missing, start by sending all heads, in the case where the local
repo is a subset, you computed the answer in one round trip.
Then you can do something similar to the bisecting strategy used when
finding faulty changesets. Instead of random samples, you can try picking
nodes that will maximize the number of nodes that will be
classified with it (since all ancestors or descendants will be marked as well).
"""
from __future__ import absolute_import
import collections
import random
from .i18n import _
from .node import (
nullid,
nullrev,
)
from . import (
error,
util,
)
def _updatesample(revs, heads, sample, parentfn, quicksamplesize=0):
"""update an existing sample to match the expected size
The sample is updated with revs exponentially distant from each head of the
set. (H~1, H~2, H~4, H~8, etc).
If a target size is specified, the sampling will stop once this size is
reached. Otherwise sampling will happen until roots of the set are
reached.
:revs: set of revs we want to discover (if None, assume the whole dag)
:heads: set of DAG head revs
:sample: a sample to update
:parentfn: a callable to resolve parents for a revision
:quicksamplesize: optional target size of the sample"""
dist = {}
visit = collections.deque(heads)
seen = set()
factor = 1
while visit:
curr = visit.popleft()
if curr in seen:
continue
d = dist.setdefault(curr, 1)
if d > factor:
factor *= 2
if d == factor:
sample.add(curr)
if quicksamplesize and (len(sample) >= quicksamplesize):
return
seen.add(curr)
for p in parentfn(curr):
if p != nullrev and (not revs or p in revs):
dist.setdefault(p, d + 1)
visit.append(p)
def _limitsample(sample, desiredlen):
"""return a random subset of sample of at most desiredlen item"""
if len(sample) > desiredlen:
sample = set(random.sample(sample, desiredlen))
return sample
class partialdiscovery(object):
"""an object representing ongoing discovery
Feed with data from the remote repository, this object keep track of the
current set of changeset in various states:
- common: revs also known remotely
- undecided: revs we don't have information on yet
- missing: revs missing remotely
(all tracked revisions are known locally)
"""
def __init__(self, repo, targetheads):
self._repo = repo
self._targetheads = targetheads
self._common = repo.changelog.incrementalmissingrevs()
self._undecided = None
self.missing = set()
self._childrenmap = None
def addcommons(self, commons):
"""registrer nodes known as common"""
self._common.addbases(commons)
if self._undecided is not None:
self._common.removeancestorsfrom(self._undecided)
def addmissings(self, missings):
"""registrer some nodes as missing"""
newmissing = self._repo.revs('%ld::%ld', missings, self.undecided)
if newmissing:
self.missing.update(newmissing)
self.undecided.difference_update(newmissing)
def addinfo(self, sample):
"""consume an iterable of (rev, known) tuples"""
common = set()
missing = set()
for rev, known in sample:
if known:
common.add(rev)
else:
missing.add(rev)
if common:
self.addcommons(common)
if missing:
self.addmissings(missing)
def hasinfo(self):
"""return True is we have any clue about the remote state"""
return self._common.hasbases()
def iscomplete(self):
"""True if all the necessary data have been gathered"""
return self._undecided is not None and not self._undecided
@property
def undecided(self):
if self._undecided is not None:
return self._undecided
self._undecided = set(self._common.missingancestors(self._targetheads))
return self._undecided
+ def stats(self):
+ return {
+ 'undecided': len(self.undecided),
+ }
+
def commonheads(self):
"""the heads of the known common set"""
# heads(common) == heads(common.bases) since common represents
# common.bases and all its ancestors
return self._common.basesheads()
def _parentsgetter(self):
getrev = self._repo.changelog.index.__getitem__
def getparents(r):
return getrev(r)[5:7]
return getparents
def _childrengetter(self):
if self._childrenmap is not None:
# During discovery, the `undecided` set keep shrinking.
# Therefore, the map computed for an iteration N will be
# valid for iteration N+1. Instead of computing the same
# data over and over we cached it the first time.
return self._childrenmap.__getitem__
# _updatesample() essentially does interaction over revisions to look
# up their children. This lookup is expensive and doing it in a loop is
# quadratic. We precompute the children for all relevant revisions and
# make the lookup in _updatesample() a simple dict lookup.
self._childrenmap = children = {}
parentrevs = self._parentsgetter()
revs = self.undecided
for rev in sorted(revs):
# Always ensure revision has an entry so we don't need to worry
# about missing keys.
children[rev] = []
for prev in parentrevs(rev):
if prev == nullrev:
continue
c = children.get(prev)
if c is not None:
c.append(rev)
return children.__getitem__
def takequicksample(self, headrevs, size):
"""takes a quick sample of size
It is meant for initial sampling and focuses on querying heads and close
ancestors of heads.
:headrevs: set of head revisions in local DAG to consider
:size: the maximum size of the sample"""
revs = self.undecided
if len(revs) <= size:
return list(revs)
sample = set(self._repo.revs('heads(%ld)', revs))
if len(sample) >= size:
return _limitsample(sample, size)
_updatesample(None, headrevs, sample, self._parentsgetter(),
quicksamplesize=size)
return sample
def takefullsample(self, headrevs, size):
revs = self.undecided
if len(revs) <= size:
return list(revs)
repo = self._repo
sample = set(repo.revs('heads(%ld)', revs))
parentrevs = self._parentsgetter()
# update from heads
revsheads = sample.copy()
_updatesample(revs, revsheads, sample, parentrevs)
# update from roots
revsroots = set(repo.revs('roots(%ld)', revs))
childrenrevs = self._childrengetter()
_updatesample(revs, revsroots, sample, childrenrevs)
assert sample
sample = _limitsample(sample, size)
if len(sample) < size:
more = size - len(sample)
sample.update(random.sample(list(revs - sample), more))
return sample
def findcommonheads(ui, local, remote,
initialsamplesize=100,
fullsamplesize=200,
abortwhenunrelated=True,
ancestorsof=None):
'''Return a tuple (common, anyincoming, remoteheads) used to identify
missing nodes from or in remote.
'''
start = util.timer()
roundtrips = 0
cl = local.changelog
clnode = cl.node
clrev = cl.rev
if ancestorsof is not None:
ownheads = [clrev(n) for n in ancestorsof]
else:
ownheads = [rev for rev in cl.headrevs() if rev != nullrev]
# early exit if we know all the specified remote heads already
ui.debug("query 1; heads\n")
roundtrips += 1
sample = _limitsample(ownheads, initialsamplesize)
# indices between sample and externalized version must match
sample = list(sample)
with remote.commandexecutor() as e:
fheads = e.callcommand('heads', {})
fknown = e.callcommand('known', {
'nodes': [clnode(r) for r in sample],
})
srvheadhashes, yesno = fheads.result(), fknown.result()
if cl.tip() == nullid:
if srvheadhashes != [nullid]:
return [nullid], True, srvheadhashes
return [nullid], False, []
# start actual discovery (we note this before the next "if" for
# compatibility reasons)
ui.status(_("searching for changes\n"))
knownsrvheads = [] # revnos of remote heads that are known locally
for node in srvheadhashes:
if node == nullid:
continue
try:
knownsrvheads.append(clrev(node))
# Catches unknown and filtered nodes.
except error.LookupError:
continue
if len(knownsrvheads) == len(srvheadhashes):
ui.debug("all remote heads known locally\n")
return srvheadhashes, False, srvheadhashes
if len(sample) == len(ownheads) and all(yesno):
ui.note(_("all local heads known remotely\n"))
ownheadhashes = [clnode(r) for r in ownheads]
return ownheadhashes, True, srvheadhashes
# full blown discovery
disco = partialdiscovery(local, ownheads)
# treat remote heads (and maybe own heads) as a first implicit sample
# response
disco.addcommons(knownsrvheads)
disco.addinfo(zip(sample, yesno))
full = False
progress = ui.makeprogress(_('searching'), unit=_('queries'))
while not disco.iscomplete():
if full or disco.hasinfo():
if full:
ui.note(_("sampling from both directions\n"))
else:
ui.debug("taking initial sample\n")
samplefunc = disco.takefullsample
targetsize = fullsamplesize
else:
# use even cheaper initial sample
ui.debug("taking quick initial sample\n")
samplefunc = disco.takequicksample
targetsize = initialsamplesize
sample = samplefunc(ownheads, targetsize)
roundtrips += 1
progress.update(roundtrips)
+ stats = disco.stats()
ui.debug("query %i; still undecided: %i, sample size is: %i\n"
- % (roundtrips, len(disco.undecided), len(sample)))
+ % (roundtrips, stats['undecided'], len(sample)))
+
# indices between sample and externalized version must match
sample = list(sample)
with remote.commandexecutor() as e:
yesno = e.callcommand('known', {
'nodes': [clnode(r) for r in sample],
}).result()
full = True
disco.addinfo(zip(sample, yesno))
result = disco.commonheads()
elapsed = util.timer() - start
progress.complete()
ui.debug("%d total queries in %.4fs\n" % (roundtrips, elapsed))
msg = ('found %d common and %d unknown server heads,'
' %d roundtrips in %.4fs\n')
missing = set(result) - set(knownsrvheads)
ui.log('discovery', msg, len(result), len(missing), roundtrips,
elapsed)
if not result and srvheadhashes != [nullid]:
if abortwhenunrelated:
raise error.Abort(_("repository is unrelated"))
else:
ui.warn(_("warning: repository is unrelated\n"))
return ({nullid}, True, srvheadhashes,)
anyincoming = (srvheadhashes != [nullid])
result = {clnode(r) for r in result}
return result, anyincoming, srvheadhashes