[bitbake-devel,01/25] hashserv: Add support for equivalent hash reporting

Submitted by Armin Kuster on Jan. 4, 2020, 2:22 a.m. | Patch ID: 168545

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Message ID 0d154434ed8e3e88ad440a8dd21a164e72ba4ac5.1578104305.git.akuster808@gmail.com
State New
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Armin Kuster Jan. 4, 2020, 2:22 a.m.
From: Richard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>

The reason for this should be recorded in the commit logs. Imagine
you have a target recipe (e.g. meta-extsdk-toolchain) which depends on
gdb-cross. sstate in OE-Core allows gdb-cross to have the same hash
regardless of whether its built on x86 or arm. The outhash will be
different.

We need hashequiv to be able to adapt to the prescence of sstate artefacts
for meta-extsdk-toolchain and allow the hashes to re-intersect, rather than
trying to force a rebuild of meta-extsdk-toolchain. By this point in the build,
it would have already been installed from sstate so the build needs to adapt.

Equivalent hashes should be reported to the server as a taskhash that
needs to map to an specific unihash. This patch adds API to the hashserv
client/server to allow this.

[Thanks to Joshua Watt for help with this patch]

Signed-off-by: Richard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>
(cherry picked from commit 674692fd46a7691a1de59ace6af0556cc5dd6a71)
---
 lib/hashserv/client.py |  8 ++++++++
 lib/hashserv/server.py | 36 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 2 files changed, 44 insertions(+)

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diff --git a/lib/hashserv/client.py b/lib/hashserv/client.py
index f6595661..ae0cce9d 100644
--- a/lib/hashserv/client.py
+++ b/lib/hashserv/client.py
@@ -148,6 +148,14 @@  class Client(object):
         m['unihash'] = unihash
         return self.send_message({'report': m})
 
+    def report_unihash_equiv(self, taskhash, method, unihash, extra={}):
+        self._set_mode(self.MODE_NORMAL)
+        m = extra.copy()
+        m['taskhash'] = taskhash
+        m['method'] = method
+        m['unihash'] = unihash
+        return self.send_message({'report-equiv': m})
+
     def get_stats(self):
         self._set_mode(self.MODE_NORMAL)
         return self.send_message({'get-stats': None})
diff --git a/lib/hashserv/server.py b/lib/hashserv/server.py
index 0aff7768..cc7e4823 100644
--- a/lib/hashserv/server.py
+++ b/lib/hashserv/server.py
@@ -143,6 +143,7 @@  class ServerClient(object):
             handlers = {
                 'get': self.handle_get,
                 'report': self.handle_report,
+                'report-equiv': self.handle_equivreport,
                 'get-stream': self.handle_get_stream,
                 'get-stats': self.handle_get_stats,
                 'reset-stats': self.handle_reset_stats,
@@ -303,6 +304,41 @@  class ServerClient(object):
 
         self.write_message(d)
 
+    async def handle_equivreport(self, data):
+        with closing(self.db.cursor()) as cursor:
+            insert_data = {
+                'method': data['method'],
+                'outhash': "",
+                'taskhash': data['taskhash'],
+                'unihash': data['unihash'],
+                'created': datetime.now()
+            }
+
+            for k in ('owner', 'PN', 'PV', 'PR', 'task', 'outhash_siginfo'):
+                if k in data:
+                    insert_data[k] = data[k]
+
+            cursor.execute('''INSERT OR IGNORE INTO tasks_v2 (%s) VALUES (%s)''' % (
+                ', '.join(sorted(insert_data.keys())),
+                ', '.join(':' + k for k in sorted(insert_data.keys()))),
+                insert_data)
+
+            self.db.commit()
+
+            # Fetch the unihash that will be reported for the taskhash. If the
+            # unihash matches, it means this row was inserted (or the mapping
+            # was already valid)
+            row = self.query_equivalent(data['method'], data['taskhash'])
+
+            if row['unihash'] == data['unihash']:
+                logger.info('Adding taskhash equivalence for %s with unihash %s',
+                                data['taskhash'], row['unihash'])
+
+            d = {k: row[k] for k in ('taskhash', 'method', 'unihash')}
+
+        self.write_message(d)
+
+
     async def handle_get_stats(self, request):
         d = {
             'requests': self.request_stats.todict(),