def test_server_list_func(self):
     listener = _TestListener()
     pool = ConnectionPool('PycassaTestKeyspace', server_list=_get_list,
                      listeners=[listener], prefill=False)
     assert_equal(listener.serv_list, ['foo:bar'])
     assert_equal(listener.list_count, 1)
     pool.dispose()
 def test_server_list_func(self):
     stats_logger = StatsLoggerWithListStorage()
     pool = ConnectionPool('PycassaTestKeyspace', server_list=_get_list,
                      listeners=[stats_logger], prefill=False)
     assert_equal(stats_logger.serv_list, ['foo:bar'])
     assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['list'], 1)
     pool.dispose()
    def test_queue_failure_on_retry(self):
        listener = _TestListener()
        pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, max_overflow=5, recycle=10000,
                         prefill=True, max_retries=3, # allow 3 retries
                         keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials,
                         listeners=[listener], use_threadlocal=False,
                         server_list=['localhost:9160', 'localhost:9160'])
        def raiser():
            raise IOError
        # Replace wrapper will open a connection to get the version, so if it
        # fails we need to retry as with any other connection failure
        pool._replace_wrapper = raiser

        # Corrupt all of the connections
        for i in range(5):
            conn = pool.get()
            setattr(conn, 'send_batch_mutate', conn._fail_once)
            conn._should_fail = True
            conn.return_to_pool()

        cf = ColumnFamily(pool, 'Standard1')
        assert_raises(MaximumRetryException, cf.insert, 'key', {'col':'val', 'col2': 'val'})
        assert_equal(listener.failure_count, 4) # On the 4th failure, didn't retry

        pool.dispose()
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class TestDefaultValidators(unittest.TestCase):
    def setUp(self):
        credentials = {"username": "jsmith", "password": "havebadpass"}
        self.pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, keyspace="Keyspace1", credentials=credentials)
        self.cf_def_valid = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "DefaultValidator")

    def tearDown(self):
        for key, cols in self.cf_def_valid.get_range():
            self.cf_def_valid.remove(key)
        self.pool.dispose()

    def test_default_validated_columns(self):

        key = "key1"

        col_cf = {"aaaaaa": 1L}
        col_cm = {"subcol": TIME1}
        col_ncf = {"aaaaaa": TIME1}
        col_ncm = {"subcol": 1L}

        # Both of these inserts work, as cf allows
        #  longs and cm for 'subcol' allows TIMEUUIDs.
        self.cf_def_valid.insert(key, col_cf)
        self.cf_def_valid.insert(key, col_cm)
        assert self.cf_def_valid.get(key) == {"aaaaaa": 1L, "subcol": TIME1}

        assert_raises(TypeError, self.cf_def_valid.insert, key, col_ncf)
        assert_raises(TypeError, self.cf_def_valid.insert, key, col_ncm)
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class TestValidators(unittest.TestCase):
    def setUp(self):
        credentials = {"username": "jsmith", "password": "havebadpass"}
        self.pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=10, keyspace="Keyspace1", credentials=credentials)
        self.cf_valid_long = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "ValidatorLong")
        self.cf_valid_int = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "ValidatorInt")
        self.cf_valid_time = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "ValidatorTime")
        self.cf_valid_lex = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "ValidatorLex")
        self.cf_valid_ascii = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "ValidatorAscii")
        self.cf_valid_utf8 = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "ValidatorUTF8")
        self.cf_valid_bytes = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "ValidatorBytes")

        self.cfs = [
            self.cf_valid_long,
            self.cf_valid_int,
            self.cf_valid_time,
            self.cf_valid_lex,
            self.cf_valid_ascii,
            self.cf_valid_utf8,
            self.cf_valid_bytes,
        ]

    def tearDown(self):
        for cf in self.cfs:
            for key, cols in cf.get_range():
                cf.remove(key)
        self.pool.dispose()

    def test_validated_columns(self):

        key = "key1"

        col = {"subcol": 1L}
        self.cf_valid_long.insert(key, col)
        assert self.cf_valid_long.get(key) == col

        col = {"subcol": 1}
        self.cf_valid_int.insert(key, col)
        assert self.cf_valid_int.get(key) == col

        col = {"subcol": TIME1}
        self.cf_valid_time.insert(key, col)
        assert self.cf_valid_time.get(key) == col

        col = {"subcol": uuid.UUID(bytes="aaa aaa aaa aaaa")}
        self.cf_valid_lex.insert(key, col)
        assert self.cf_valid_lex.get(key) == col

        col = {"subcol": "aaa"}
        self.cf_valid_ascii.insert(key, col)
        assert self.cf_valid_ascii.get(key) == col

        col = {"subcol": u"a\u0020"}
        self.cf_valid_utf8.insert(key, col)
        assert self.cf_valid_utf8.get(key) == col

        col = {"subcol": "aaa"}
        self.cf_valid_bytes.insert(key, col)
        assert self.cf_valid_bytes.get(key) == col
    def test_queue_pool(self):
        listener = _TestListener()
        pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, max_overflow=5, recycle=10000,
                         prefill=True, pool_timeout=0.1, timeout=1,
                         keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials,
                         listeners=[listener], use_threadlocal=False)
        conns = []
        for i in range(10):
            conns.append(pool.get())

        assert_equal(listener.connect_count, 10)
        assert_equal(listener.checkout_count, 10)

        # Pool is maxed out now
        assert_raises(NoConnectionAvailable, pool.get)
        assert_equal(listener.connect_count, 10)
        assert_equal(listener.max_count, 1)

        for i in range(0, 5):
            pool.return_conn(conns[i])
        assert_equal(listener.close_count, 0)
        assert_equal(listener.checkin_count, 5)

        for i in range(5, 10):
            pool.return_conn(conns[i])
        assert_equal(listener.close_count, 5)
        assert_equal(listener.checkin_count, 10)

        conns = []

        # These connections should come from the pool
        for i in range(5):
            conns.append(pool.get())
        assert_equal(listener.connect_count, 10)
        assert_equal(listener.checkout_count, 15)

        # But these will need to be made
        for i in range(5):
            conns.append(pool.get())
        assert_equal(listener.connect_count, 15)
        assert_equal(listener.checkout_count, 20)

        assert_equal(listener.close_count, 5)
        for i in range(10):
            conns[i].return_to_pool()
        assert_equal(listener.checkin_count, 20)
        assert_equal(listener.close_count, 10)

        assert_raises(InvalidRequestError, conns[0].return_to_pool)
        assert_equal(listener.checkin_count, 20)
        assert_equal(listener.close_count, 10)

        print "in test:", id(conns[-1])
        assert_raises(InvalidRequestError, conns[-1].return_to_pool)
        assert_equal(listener.checkin_count, 20)
        assert_equal(listener.close_count, 10)

        pool.dispose()
        assert_equal(listener.dispose_count, 1)
    def test_queue_pool(self):
        stats_logger = StatsLoggerWithListStorage()
        pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, max_overflow=5, recycle=10000,
                         prefill=True, pool_timeout=0.1, timeout=1,
                         keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials,
                         listeners=[stats_logger], use_threadlocal=False)
        conns = []
        for i in range(10):
            conns.append(pool.get())

        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['created']['success'], 10)
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['checked_out'], 10)

        # Pool is maxed out now
        assert_raises(NoConnectionAvailable, pool.get)
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['created']['success'], 10)
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['at_max'], 1)

        for i in range(0, 5):
            pool.return_conn(conns[i])
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['disposed']['success'], 0)
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['checked_in'], 5)

        for i in range(5, 10):
            pool.return_conn(conns[i])
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['disposed']['success'], 5)
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['checked_in'], 10)

        conns = []

        # These connections should come from the pool
        for i in range(5):
            conns.append(pool.get())
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['created']['success'], 10)
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['checked_out'], 15)

        # But these will need to be made
        for i in range(5):
            conns.append(pool.get())
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['created']['success'], 15)
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['checked_out'], 20)

        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['disposed']['success'], 5)
        for i in range(10):
            conns[i].return_to_pool()
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['checked_in'], 20)
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['disposed']['success'], 10)

        assert_raises(InvalidRequestError, conns[0].return_to_pool)
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['checked_in'], 20)
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['disposed']['success'], 10)

        print("in test:", id(conns[-1]))
        conns[-1].return_to_pool()
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['checked_in'], 20)
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['disposed']['success'], 10)

        pool.dispose()
 def test_pool_invalid_request(self):
     listener = _TestListener()
     pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=1, max_overflow=0, recycle=10000,
                      prefill=True, max_retries=3,
                      keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace',
                      credentials=_credentials,
                      listeners=[listener], use_threadlocal=False,
                      server_list=['localhost:9160'])
     cf = ColumnFamily(pool, 'Standard1')
     # Make sure the pool doesn't hide and retries invalid requests
     assert_raises(InvalidRequestException, cf.add, 'key', 'col')
     assert_raises(NotFoundException, cf.get, 'none')
     pool.dispose()
    def test_queue_threadlocal_retry_limit(self):
        stats_logger = StatsLoggerWithListStorage()
        pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, max_overflow=5, recycle=10000,
                         prefill=True, max_retries=3, # allow 3 retries
                         keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials,
                         listeners=[stats_logger], use_threadlocal=True,
                         server_list=['localhost:9160', 'localhost:9160'])

        # Corrupt all of the connections
        for i in range(5):
            conn = pool.get()
            setattr(conn, 'send_batch_mutate', conn._fail_once)
            conn._should_fail = True
            conn.return_to_pool()

        cf = ColumnFamily(pool, 'Standard1')
        assert_raises(MaximumRetryException, cf.insert, 'key', {'col': 'val', 'col2': 'val'})
        assert_equal(stats_logger.stats['failed'], 4) # On the 4th failure, didn't retry

        pool.dispose()
    def test_queue_failure_with_no_retries(self):
        listener = _TestListener()
        pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, max_overflow=5, recycle=10000,
                         prefill=True, max_retries=3, # allow 3 retries
                         keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials,
                         listeners=[listener], use_threadlocal=False,
                         server_list=['localhost:9160', 'localhost:9160'])

        # Corrupt all of the connections
        for i in range(5):
            conn = pool.get()
            setattr(conn, 'send_batch_mutate', conn._fail_once)
            conn._should_fail = True
            conn.return_to_pool()

        cf = ColumnFamily(pool, 'Counter1')
        assert_raises(MaximumRetryException, cf.insert, 'key', {'col': 2, 'col2': 2})
        assert_equal(listener.failure_count, 1)  # didn't retry at all

        pool.dispose()
    def test_failure_connection_info(self):
        listener = _TestListenerRequestInfo()
        pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=1, max_overflow=0, recycle=10000,
                              prefill=True, max_retries=0,
                              keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials,
                              listeners=[listener], use_threadlocal=True,
                              server_list=['localhost:9160'])
        cf = ColumnFamily(pool, 'Counter1')

        # Corrupt the connection
        conn = pool.get()
        setattr(conn, 'send_get', conn._fail_once)
        conn._should_fail = True
        conn.return_to_pool()

        assert_raises(MaximumRetryException, cf.get, 'greunt', columns=['col'])
        assert_true('request' in listener.failure_dict['connection'].info)
        request = listener.failure_dict['connection'].info['request']
        assert_equal(request['method'], 'get')
        assert_equal(request['args'], ('greunt', ColumnPath('Counter1', None, 'col'), 1))
        assert_equal(request['kwargs'], {})
    def test_queue_pool_recycle(self):
        listener = _TestListener()
        pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, max_overflow=5, recycle=1,
                         prefill=True, pool_timeout=0.5, timeout=1,
                         keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials,
                         listeners=[listener], use_threadlocal=False)

        cf = ColumnFamily(pool, 'Standard1')
        columns = {'col1': 'val', 'col2': 'val'}
        for i in range(10):
            cf.insert('key', columns)

        assert_equal(listener.recycle_count, 5)

        pool.dispose()
        listener.reset()

        # Try with threadlocal=True
        pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, max_overflow=5, recycle=1,
                         prefill=False, pool_timeout=0.5, timeout=1,
                         keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials,
                         listeners=[listener], use_threadlocal=True)

        cf = ColumnFamily(pool, 'Standard1')
        for i in range(10):
            cf.insert('key', columns)

        pool.dispose()
        assert_equal(listener.recycle_count, 5)
    def test_queue_threadlocal_failover(self):
        listener = _TestListener()
        pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=1, max_overflow=0, recycle=10000,
                         prefill=True, timeout=0.05,
                         keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials,
                         listeners=[listener], use_threadlocal=True,
                         server_list=['localhost:9160', 'localhost:9160'])

        cf = ColumnFamily(pool, 'Standard1')

        for i in range(1,5):
            conn = pool.get()
            setattr(conn, 'send_batch_mutate', conn._fail_once)
            conn._should_fail = True
            conn.return_to_pool()

            # The first insert attempt should fail, but failover should occur
            # and the insert should succeed
            cf.insert('key', {'col': 'val%d' % i, 'col2': 'val'})
            assert_equal(listener.failure_count, i)
            assert_equal(cf.get('key'), {'col': 'val%d' % i, 'col2': 'val'})

        pool.dispose()
        listener.reset()

        pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, max_overflow=5, recycle=10000,
                         prefill=True, timeout=0.05,
                         keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials,
                         listeners=[listener], use_threadlocal=True,
                         server_list=['localhost:9160', 'localhost:9160'])

        cf = ColumnFamily(pool, 'Standard1')

        for i in range(5):
            conn = pool.get()
            setattr(conn, 'send_batch_mutate', conn._fail_once)
            conn._should_fail = True
            conn.return_to_pool()

        threads = []
        args=('key', {'col': 'val', 'col2': 'val'})
        for i in range(5):
            threads.append(threading.Thread(target=cf.insert, args=args))
            threads[-1].start()
        for thread in threads:
            thread.join()

        assert_equal(listener.failure_count, 5)

        pool.dispose()
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 def create_cfs(self):
     """
     Creates the Cassandra Column Families (if not exist)
     """
     sys_mgr = None
     pool = None
     try:
         sys_mgr = SystemManager()
         pool = ConnectionPool(settings.KEYSPACE, server_list=settings.CASSANDRA_HOSTS)
         for cf_name in [CF_LOGS, CF_LOGS_BY_APP, CF_LOGS_BY_HOST, CF_LOGS_BY_SEVERITY]:
             try:
                 cf = ColumnFamily(pool, cf_name)
             except:
                 logger.info("create_cfs(): Creating column family %s", cf_name)
                 sys_mgr.create_column_family(settings.KEYSPACE, cf_name, comparator_type=TimeUUIDType())
                 cf = ColumnFamily(pool, cf_name)
                 cf.get_count(str(uuid.uuid4()))
     finally:
         if pool:
             pool.dispose()
         if sys_mgr:
             sys_mgr.close()
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    def setUp(self):
        credentials = {"username": "jsmith", "password": "havebadpass"}
        self.pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=10, keyspace="Keyspace1", credentials=credentials)

        self.cf = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "Standard2")

        self.cf_long = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdLong")
        self.cf_int = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdInteger")
        self.cf_time = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdTimeUUID")
        self.cf_lex = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdLexicalUUID")
        self.cf_ascii = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdAscii")
        self.cf_utf8 = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdUTF8")
        self.cf_bytes = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdBytes")

        self.cfs = [self.cf_long, self.cf_int, self.cf_time, self.cf_lex, self.cf_ascii, self.cf_utf8, self.cf_bytes]
    def test_queue_failover(self):
        for prefill in (True, False):
            listener = _TestListener()
            pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=1, max_overflow=0, recycle=10000,
                             prefill=prefill, timeout=1,
                             keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials,
                             listeners=[listener], use_threadlocal=False,
                             server_list=['localhost:9160', 'localhost:9160'])

            cf = ColumnFamily(pool, 'Standard1')

            for i in range(1,5):
                conn = pool.get()
                setattr(conn, 'send_batch_mutate', conn._fail_once)
                conn._should_fail = True
                conn.return_to_pool()

                # The first insert attempt should fail, but failover should occur
                # and the insert should succeed
                cf.insert('key', {'col': 'val%d' % i, 'col2': 'val'})
                assert_equal(listener.failure_count, i)
                assert_equal(cf.get('key'), {'col': 'val%d' % i, 'col2': 'val'})

            pool.dispose()
    def test_pool_connection_failure(self):
        listener = _TestListener()
 
        def get_extra():
            """Make failure count adjustments based on whether or not
            the permuted list starts with a good host:port"""
            if listener.serv_list[0] == 'localhost:9160':
                return 0
            else:
                return 1

        pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, max_overflow=5, recycle=10000, prefill=True,
                         keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials,
                         pool_timeout=0.01, timeout=0.05,
                         listeners=[listener], use_threadlocal=False,
                         server_list=['localhost:9160', 'foobar:1'])

        assert_equal(listener.failure_count, 4 + get_extra()) 

        for i in range(0,7):
            pool.get()

        assert_equal(listener.failure_count, 6 + get_extra())

        pool.dispose()
        listener.reset()

        pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, max_overflow=5, recycle=10000, prefill=True,
                         keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials,
                         pool_timeout=0.01, timeout=0.05,
                         listeners=[listener], use_threadlocal=True,
                         server_list=['localhost:9160', 'foobar:1'])

        assert_equal(listener.failure_count, 4 + get_extra())

        threads = []
        for i in range(0, 7):
            threads.append(threading.Thread(target=pool.get))
            threads[-1].start()
        for thread in threads:
            thread.join()

        assert_equal(listener.failure_count, 6 + get_extra())

        pool.dispose()
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    def setUp(self):
        credentials = {"username": "jsmith", "password": "havebadpass"}
        self.pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=10, keyspace="Keyspace1", credentials=credentials)
        self.cf_valid_long = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "ValidatorLong")
        self.cf_valid_int = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "ValidatorInt")
        self.cf_valid_time = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "ValidatorTime")
        self.cf_valid_lex = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "ValidatorLex")
        self.cf_valid_ascii = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "ValidatorAscii")
        self.cf_valid_utf8 = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "ValidatorUTF8")
        self.cf_valid_bytes = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "ValidatorBytes")

        self.cfs = [
            self.cf_valid_long,
            self.cf_valid_int,
            self.cf_valid_time,
            self.cf_valid_lex,
            self.cf_valid_ascii,
            self.cf_valid_utf8,
            self.cf_valid_bytes,
        ]
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    def setUp(self):
        credentials = {"username": "jsmith", "password": "havebadpass"}
        self.pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=10, keyspace="Keyspace1", credentials=credentials)
        self.cf_suplong_sublong = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "SuperLongSubLong")
        self.cf_suplong_subint = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "SuperLongSubInt")
        self.cf_suplong_subtime = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "SuperLongSubTime")
        self.cf_suplong_sublex = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "SuperLongSubLex")
        self.cf_suplong_subascii = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "SuperLongSubAscii")
        self.cf_suplong_subutf8 = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "SuperLongSubUTF8")
        self.cf_suplong_subbytes = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "SuperLongSubBytes")

        self.cfs = [
            self.cf_suplong_subint,
            self.cf_suplong_subint,
            self.cf_suplong_subtime,
            self.cf_suplong_sublex,
            self.cf_suplong_subascii,
            self.cf_suplong_subutf8,
            self.cf_suplong_subbytes,
        ]
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    def create_cfs(self):
        """
        Creates the Cassandra Column Families (if not exist)
        """
        sys_mgr = None
        pool = None
        try:
            sys_mgr = SystemManager()
            pool = ConnectionPool(settings.KEYSPACE, server_list=settings.CASSANDRA_HOSTS)

            try:
                cf = ColumnFamily(pool, CF_LOGS)
            except:
                logger.info("create_cfs(): Creating column family %s", CF_LOGS)
                #========================================
                # Column key -> CompositeType
                #========================================
                # 1. UUID + Timestamp
                # 2. Host / Origin
                # 3. Application
                # 4. Severiry
                comparator = CompositeType(
                    TimeUUIDType(),
                    UTF8Type(),
                    UTF8Type(),
                    UTF8Type()
                )
                sys_mgr.create_column_family(settings.KEYSPACE,
                    CF_LOGS, comparator_type=comparator)
                cf = ColumnFamily(pool, CF_LOGS)
                # cf.get_count(str(uuid.uuid4()))

            try:
                cf = ColumnFamily(pool, CF_METADATA)
            except:
                logger.info("create_cfs(): Creating column family %s", CF_METADATA)
                sys_mgr.create_column_family(settings.KEYSPACE,
                    CF_METADATA, comparator_type=UTF8Type())
                cf = ColumnFamily(pool, CF_METADATA)
                cf.get_count(str(uuid.uuid4()))

            try:
                cf = ColumnFamily(pool, CF_TIMESTAMP_BITMAP)
            except:
                logger.info("create_cfs(): Creating column family %s", CF_TIMESTAMP_BITMAP)
                sys_mgr.create_column_family(settings.KEYSPACE,
                    CF_TIMESTAMP_BITMAP, comparator_type=IntegerType())
                cf = ColumnFamily(pool, CF_TIMESTAMP_BITMAP)

            try:
                cf = ColumnFamily(pool, CF_MULTI_MESSAGELOGS)
            except:
                logger.info("create_cfs(): Creating column family %s", CF_MULTI_MESSAGELOGS)
                sys_mgr.create_column_family(settings.KEYSPACE,
                    CF_MULTI_MESSAGELOGS, comparator_type=UTF8Type())
                cf = ColumnFamily(pool, CF_MULTI_MESSAGELOGS)

                sys_mgr.create_index(settings.KEYSPACE, CF_MULTI_MESSAGELOGS,
                    'meta:host', UTF8_TYPE, index_name='multimsg_host_index')
                sys_mgr.create_index(settings.KEYSPACE, CF_MULTI_MESSAGELOGS,
                    'meta:application', UTF8_TYPE, index_name='multimsg_application_index')
                sys_mgr.create_index(settings.KEYSPACE, CF_MULTI_MESSAGELOGS,
                    'meta:status', UTF8_TYPE, index_name='multimsg_finish_status_index')

        finally:
            if pool:
                pool.dispose()
            if sys_mgr:
                sys_mgr.close()
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class TestStandardCFs(unittest.TestCase):
    def setUp(self):
        credentials = {"username": "jsmith", "password": "havebadpass"}
        self.pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=10, keyspace="Keyspace1", credentials=credentials)

        self.cf = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "Standard2")

        self.cf_long = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdLong")
        self.cf_int = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdInteger")
        self.cf_time = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdTimeUUID")
        self.cf_lex = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdLexicalUUID")
        self.cf_ascii = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdAscii")
        self.cf_utf8 = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdUTF8")
        self.cf_bytes = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdBytes")

        self.cfs = [self.cf_long, self.cf_int, self.cf_time, self.cf_lex, self.cf_ascii, self.cf_utf8, self.cf_bytes]

    def tearDown(self):
        for cf in self.cfs:
            for key, cols in cf.get_range():
                cf.remove(key)
        self.pool.dispose()

    def make_group(self, cf, cols):
        diction = {cols[0]: VALS[0], cols[1]: VALS[1], cols[2]: VALS[2]}
        return {"cf": cf, "cols": cols, "dict": diction}

    def test_standard_column_family(self):

        # For each data type, create a group that includes its column family,
        # a set of column names, and a dictionary that maps from the column
        # names to values.
        type_groups = []

        long_cols = [1111111111111111L, 2222222222222222L, 3333333333333333L]
        type_groups.append(self.make_group(self.cf_long, long_cols))

        int_cols = [1, 2, 3]
        type_groups.append(self.make_group(self.cf_int, int_cols))

        time_cols = [TIME1, TIME2, TIME3]
        type_groups.append(self.make_group(self.cf_time, time_cols))

        lex_cols = [
            uuid.UUID(bytes="aaa aaa aaa aaaa"),
            uuid.UUID(bytes="bbb bbb bbb bbbb"),
            uuid.UUID(bytes="ccc ccc ccc cccc"),
        ]
        type_groups.append(self.make_group(self.cf_lex, lex_cols))

        ascii_cols = ["aaaa", "bbbb", "cccc"]
        type_groups.append(self.make_group(self.cf_ascii, ascii_cols))

        utf8_cols = [u"a\u0020", u"b\u0020", u"c\u0020"]
        type_groups.append(self.make_group(self.cf_utf8, utf8_cols))

        bytes_cols = ["aaaa", "bbbb", "cccc"]
        type_groups.append(self.make_group(self.cf_bytes, bytes_cols))

        # Begin the actual inserting and getting
        for group in type_groups:
            cf = group.get("cf")
            gdict = group.get("dict")
            gcols = group.get("cols")

            cf.insert(KEYS[0], gdict)
            assert_equal(cf.get(KEYS[0]), gdict)

            # Check each column individually
            for i in range(3):
                assert_equal(cf.get(KEYS[0], columns=[gcols[i]]), {gcols[i]: VALS[i]})

            # Check that if we list all columns, we get the full dict
            assert_equal(cf.get(KEYS[0], columns=gcols[:]), gdict)
            # The same thing with a start and end instead
            assert_equal(cf.get(KEYS[0], column_start=gcols[0], column_finish=gcols[2]), gdict)
            # A start and end that are the same
            assert_equal(cf.get(KEYS[0], column_start=gcols[0], column_finish=gcols[0]), {gcols[0]: VALS[0]})

            assert_equal(cf.get_count(KEYS[0]), 3)

            # Test removing rows
            cf.remove(KEYS[0], columns=gcols[:1])
            assert_equal(cf.get_count(KEYS[0]), 2)

            cf.remove(KEYS[0], columns=gcols[1:])
            assert_equal(cf.get_count(KEYS[0]), 0)

            # Insert more than one row now
            cf.insert(KEYS[0], gdict)
            cf.insert(KEYS[1], gdict)
            cf.insert(KEYS[2], gdict)

            ### multiget() tests ###

            res = cf.multiget(KEYS[:])
            for i in range(3):
                assert_equal(res.get(KEYS[i]), gdict)

            res = cf.multiget(KEYS[2:])
            assert_equal(res.get(KEYS[2]), gdict)

            # Check each column individually
            for i in range(3):
                res = cf.multiget(KEYS[:], columns=[gcols[i]])
                for j in range(3):
                    assert_equal(res.get(KEYS[j]), {gcols[i]: VALS[i]})

            # Check that if we list all columns, we get the full dict
            res = cf.multiget(KEYS[:], columns=gcols[:])
            for j in range(3):
                assert_equal(res.get(KEYS[j]), gdict)

            # The same thing with a start and end instead
            res = cf.multiget(KEYS[:], column_start=gcols[0], column_finish=gcols[2])
            for j in range(3):
                assert_equal(res.get(KEYS[j]), gdict)

            # A start and end that are the same
            res = cf.multiget(KEYS[:], column_start=gcols[0], column_finish=gcols[0])
            for j in range(3):
                assert_equal(res.get(KEYS[j]), {gcols[0]: VALS[0]})

            ### get_range() tests ###

            res = cf.get_range(start=KEYS[0])
            for sub_res in res:
                assert_equal(sub_res[1], gdict)

            res = cf.get_range(start=KEYS[0], column_start=gcols[0], column_finish=gcols[2])
            for sub_res in res:
                assert_equal(sub_res[1], gdict)

            res = cf.get_range(start=KEYS[0], columns=gcols[:])
            for sub_res in res:
                assert_equal(sub_res[1], gdict)
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 def setUp(self):
     credentials = {"username": "jsmith", "password": "havebadpass"}
     self.pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, keyspace="Keyspace1", credentials=credentials)
     self.cf_def_valid = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "DefaultValidator")
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class TestTimeUUIDs(unittest.TestCase):
    def setUp(self):
        credentials = {"username": "jsmith", "password": "havebadpass"}
        self.pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, keyspace="Keyspace1", credentials=credentials)
        self.cf_time = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdTimeUUID")

    def tearDown(self):
        for key, cols in self.cf_time.get_range():
            self.cf_time.remove(key)
        self.pool.dispose()

    def test_datetime_to_uuid(self):

        key = "key1"

        timeline = []

        timeline.append(datetime.now())
        time1 = uuid1()
        col1 = {time1: "0"}
        self.cf_time.insert(key, col1)
        time.sleep(1)

        timeline.append(datetime.now())
        time2 = uuid1()
        col2 = {time2: "1"}
        self.cf_time.insert(key, col2)
        time.sleep(1)

        timeline.append(datetime.now())

        cols = {time1: "0", time2: "1"}

        assert_equal(self.cf_time.get(key, column_start=timeline[0]), cols)
        assert_equal(self.cf_time.get(key, column_finish=timeline[2]), cols)
        assert_equal(self.cf_time.get(key, column_start=timeline[0], column_finish=timeline[2]), cols)
        assert_equal(self.cf_time.get(key, column_start=timeline[0], column_finish=timeline[2]), cols)
        assert_equal(self.cf_time.get(key, column_start=timeline[0], column_finish=timeline[1]), col1)
        assert_equal(self.cf_time.get(key, column_start=timeline[1], column_finish=timeline[2]), col2)

    def test_time_to_uuid(self):

        key = "key1"

        timeline = []

        timeline.append(time.time())
        time1 = uuid1()
        col1 = {time1: "0"}
        self.cf_time.insert(key, col1)
        time.sleep(0.1)

        timeline.append(time.time())
        time2 = uuid1()
        col2 = {time2: "1"}
        self.cf_time.insert(key, col2)
        time.sleep(0.1)

        timeline.append(time.time())

        cols = {time1: "0", time2: "1"}

        assert_equal(self.cf_time.get(key, column_start=timeline[0]), cols)
        assert_equal(self.cf_time.get(key, column_finish=timeline[2]), cols)
        assert_equal(self.cf_time.get(key, column_start=timeline[0], column_finish=timeline[2]), cols)
        assert_equal(self.cf_time.get(key, column_start=timeline[0], column_finish=timeline[2]), cols)
        assert_equal(self.cf_time.get(key, column_start=timeline[0], column_finish=timeline[1]), col1)
        assert_equal(self.cf_time.get(key, column_start=timeline[1], column_finish=timeline[2]), col2)

    def test_auto_time_to_uuid1(self):

        key = "key"

        t = time.time()
        col = {t: "foo"}
        self.cf_time.insert(key, col)
        uuid_res = self.cf_time.get(key).keys()[0]
        timestamp = convert_uuid_to_time(uuid_res)
        assert_almost_equal(timestamp, t, places=3)
    def test_queue_pool_threadlocal(self):
        listener = _TestListener()
        pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, max_overflow=5, recycle=10000,
                         prefill=True, pool_timeout=0.01, timeout=1,
                         keyspace='PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials,
                         listeners=[listener], use_threadlocal=True)
        conns = []

        assert_equal(listener.connect_count, 5)
        # These connections should all be the same
        for i in range(10):
            conns.append(pool.get())
        assert_equal(listener.connect_count, 5)
        assert_equal(listener.checkout_count, 1)

        for i in range(0, 5):
            pool.return_conn(conns[i])
        assert_equal(listener.checkin_count, 1)
        for i in range(5, 10):
            pool.return_conn(conns[i])
        assert_equal(listener.checkin_count, 1)

        conns = []

        assert_equal(listener.connect_count, 5)
        # A single connection should come from the pool
        for i in range(5):
            conns.append(pool.get())
        assert_equal(listener.connect_count, 5)
        assert_equal(listener.checkout_count, 2)

        for conn in conns:
            pool.return_conn(conn)

        conns = []
        threads = []
        listener.reset()
        def checkout_return():
            conn = pool.get()
            time.sleep(1)
            pool.return_conn(conn)

        for i in range(5):
            threads.append(threading.Thread(target=checkout_return))
            threads[-1].start()
        for thread in threads:
            thread.join()

        assert_equal(listener.connect_count, 0) # Still 5 connections in pool
        assert_equal(listener.checkout_count, 5)
        assert_equal(listener.checkin_count, 5)

        # These should come from the pool
        threads = []
        for i in range(5):
            threads.append(threading.Thread(target=checkout_return))
            threads[-1].start()
        for thread in threads:
            thread.join()
        assert_equal(listener.connect_count, 0)
        assert_equal(listener.checkout_count, 10)
        assert_equal(listener.checkin_count, 10)

        pool.dispose()
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class TestSuperSubCFs(unittest.TestCase):
    def setUp(self):
        credentials = {"username": "jsmith", "password": "havebadpass"}
        self.pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=10, keyspace="Keyspace1", credentials=credentials)
        self.cf_suplong_sublong = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "SuperLongSubLong")
        self.cf_suplong_subint = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "SuperLongSubInt")
        self.cf_suplong_subtime = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "SuperLongSubTime")
        self.cf_suplong_sublex = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "SuperLongSubLex")
        self.cf_suplong_subascii = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "SuperLongSubAscii")
        self.cf_suplong_subutf8 = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "SuperLongSubUTF8")
        self.cf_suplong_subbytes = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "SuperLongSubBytes")

        self.cfs = [
            self.cf_suplong_subint,
            self.cf_suplong_subint,
            self.cf_suplong_subtime,
            self.cf_suplong_sublex,
            self.cf_suplong_subascii,
            self.cf_suplong_subutf8,
            self.cf_suplong_subbytes,
        ]

    def tearDown(self):
        for cf in self.cfs:
            for key, cols in cf.get_range():
                cf.remove(key)
        self.pool.dispose()

    def make_sub_group(self, cf, cols):
        diction = {123L: {cols[0]: VALS[0], cols[1]: VALS[1], cols[2]: VALS[2]}}
        return {"cf": cf, "cols": cols, "dict": diction}

    def test_super_column_family_subs(self):

        # For each data type, create a group that includes its column family,
        # a set of column names, and a dictionary that maps from the column
        # names to values.
        type_groups = []

        long_cols = [1111111111111111L, 2222222222222222L, 3333333333333333L]
        type_groups.append(self.make_sub_group(self.cf_suplong_sublong, long_cols))

        int_cols = [1, 2, 3]
        type_groups.append(self.make_sub_group(self.cf_suplong_subint, int_cols))

        time_cols = [TIME1, TIME2, TIME3]
        type_groups.append(self.make_sub_group(self.cf_suplong_subtime, time_cols))

        lex_cols = [
            uuid.UUID(bytes="aaa aaa aaa aaaa"),
            uuid.UUID(bytes="bbb bbb bbb bbbb"),
            uuid.UUID(bytes="ccc ccc ccc cccc"),
        ]
        type_groups.append(self.make_sub_group(self.cf_suplong_sublex, lex_cols))

        ascii_cols = ["aaaa", "bbbb", "cccc"]
        type_groups.append(self.make_sub_group(self.cf_suplong_subascii, ascii_cols))

        utf8_cols = [u"a\u0020", u"b\u0020", u"c\u0020"]
        type_groups.append(self.make_sub_group(self.cf_suplong_subutf8, utf8_cols))

        bytes_cols = ["aaaa", "bbbb", "cccc"]
        type_groups.append(self.make_sub_group(self.cf_suplong_subbytes, bytes_cols))

        # Begin the actual inserting and getting
        for group in type_groups:
            cf = group.get("cf")
            gdict = group.get("dict")

            cf.insert(KEYS[0], gdict)

            assert_equal(cf.get(KEYS[0]), gdict)
            assert_equal(cf.get(KEYS[0], columns=[123L]), gdict)

            # A start and end that are the same
            assert_equal(cf.get(KEYS[0], column_start=123L, column_finish=123L), gdict)

            assert_equal(cf.get_count(KEYS[0]), 1)

            # Test removing rows
            cf.remove(KEYS[0], super_column=123L)
            assert_equal(cf.get_count(KEYS[0]), 0)

            # Insert more than one row now
            cf.insert(KEYS[0], gdict)
            cf.insert(KEYS[1], gdict)
            cf.insert(KEYS[2], gdict)

            ### multiget() tests ###

            res = cf.multiget(KEYS[:])
            for i in range(3):
                assert_equal(res.get(KEYS[i]), gdict)

            res = cf.multiget(KEYS[2:])
            assert_equal(res.get(KEYS[2]), gdict)

            res = cf.multiget(KEYS[:], columns=[123L])
            for i in range(3):
                assert_equal(res.get(KEYS[i]), gdict)

            res = cf.multiget(KEYS[:], super_column=123L)
            for i in range(3):
                assert_equal(res.get(KEYS[i]), gdict.get(123L))

            res = cf.multiget(KEYS[:], column_start=123L, column_finish=123L)
            for j in range(3):
                assert_equal(res.get(KEYS[j]), gdict)

            ### get_range() tests ###

            res = cf.get_range(start=KEYS[0])
            for sub_res in res:
                assert_equal(sub_res[1], gdict)

            res = cf.get_range(start=KEYS[0], column_start=123L, column_finish=123L)
            for sub_res in res:
                assert_equal(sub_res[1], gdict)

            res = cf.get_range(start=KEYS[0], columns=[123L])
            for sub_res in res:
                assert_equal(sub_res[1], gdict)

            res = cf.get_range(start=KEYS[0], super_column=123L)
            for sub_res in res:
                assert_equal(sub_res[1], gdict.get(123L))
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 def setUp(self):
     credentials = {"username": "jsmith", "password": "havebadpass"}
     self.pool = ConnectionPool(pool_size=5, keyspace="Keyspace1", credentials=credentials)
     self.cf_time = ColumnFamily(self.pool, "StdTimeUUID")
from pycassa.system_manager import UTF8_TYPE
from pycassa.system_manager import ASCII_TYPE

import time

############################## Create Keyspace ################################
server_list = ['cassandra1:9160', 'cassandra2:9160', 'cassandra3:9160']
sys = SystemManager(server_list[0])
sys.list_keyspaces()
if 'entries' in sys.list_keyspaces():
    sys.drop_keyspace('entries')
sys.create_keyspace('entries', SIMPLE_STRATEGY, {'replication_factor': '1'})

############################## Connection Pooling ############################
#pool = ConnectionPool('entries', server_list=server_list, pool_size=20)
pool = ConnectionPool('entries', server_list=server_list)

############################## Create Column Family ###########################
sys.create_column_family('entries', 'Author', comparator_type=UTF8_TYPE)
author_cf = ColumnFamily(pool, 'Author')

################################ INSERT #######################################
# Insert a row with a Column
author_cf.insert('sacharya', {'first_name': 'Sudarshan'})
# Insert a row with multiple columns
author_cf.insert('sacharya1', {'first_name': 'Sudarshan', 'last_name':
'Acharya'})
# Insert multiple rows
author_cf.batch_insert({'rowkey1': {'first_name': 'Sudarshan', 'last_name':
'Acharya'},
                'rowkey2': {'first_name': 'Sudarshan', 'last_name': 'Acharya'}})
 def test_basic_pools(self):
     pool = ConnectionPool('PycassaTestKeyspace', credentials=_credentials)
     cf = ColumnFamily(pool, 'Standard1')
     cf.insert('key1', {'col':'val'})
     pool.dispose()