Source code for linkcheck.director.status

# Copyright (C) 2006-2014 Bastian Kleineidam
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"""Status message handling"""
import time
from . import task

[docs]class Status(task.LoggedCheckedTask): """Thread that gathers and logs the status periodically.""" def __init__(self, aggregator, wait_seconds): """Initialize the status logger task. @param urlqueue: the URL queue @type urlqueue: Urlqueue @param logger: the logger object to inform about status @type logger: console.StatusLogger @param wait_seconds: interval in seconds to report status @type wait_seconds: int """ logger = aggregator.config.status_logger super().__init__(logger) self.aggregator = aggregator self.wait_seconds = wait_seconds assert self.wait_seconds >= 1
[docs] def run_checked(self): """Print periodic status messages.""" self.start_time = time.time() = "Status" # the first status should be after a second wait_seconds = 1 first_wait = True while not self.stopped(wait_seconds): self.log_status() if first_wait: wait_seconds = self.wait_seconds first_wait = False
[docs] def log_status(self): """Log a status message.""" duration = time.time() - self.start_time checked, in_progress, queue = self.aggregator.urlqueue.status() num_urls = len(self.aggregator.result_cache) self.logger.log_status(checked, in_progress, queue, duration, num_urls)