Source code for gwdetchar.condor

# coding=utf-8
# Copyright (C) Duncan Macleod (2018)
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"""HTCondor utilities for `gwdetchar`
"""

import json
import re

from . import const

OBS_RUN_REGEX = re.compile('[OS][0-9]*', re.I)
ACCOUNTING_GROUPS_FILE = '/etc/condor/accounting_groups.json'


[docs]def accounting_epoch(gpstime): """Return the appropriate epoch for condor accounting tags Examples -------- >>> from gwdetchar.condor import accounting_epoch >>> print(accounting_epoch(1126259462)) # GW150914 'O1' """ for epoch in filter(OBS_RUN_REGEX.match, const.EPOCH): # if gpstime falls before the _end_ of this run, use it if float(gpstime) < const.EPOCH[epoch][1]: return epoch # gpstime falls _after_ the end of the last known epoch, use it return epoch
[docs]def is_valid(tag, path=ACCOUNTING_GROUPS_FILE): """Determine whether an accounting tag is valid, and raise an exception if not """ try: valid = validate_accounting_tag(tag, path=path) except EnvironmentError: valid = True # failed to load condor tags, not important if not valid: listtags = 'cat {0} | json_pp | less'.format(path) raise ValueError("condor accounting tag {0!r} not recognised, to see " "the list of valid groups, please run `{1}`".format( tag, listtags)) return valid
[docs]def validate_accounting_tag(tag, path=ACCOUNTING_GROUPS_FILE): """Validate a given accounting tag This loads the list of known accounting tags from ``path`` and checks for ``tag`` in that list. Returns ------- True if ``tag`` is found in the list of tags False if ``tag`` is **not** found in the list of tags """ return tag in load_accounting_tags(path=path)
[docs]def load_accounting_tags(path=ACCOUNTING_GROUPS_FILE): """Load the list of known accounting tags """ with open(path, 'r') as fobj: return json.load(fobj)['groups']