kubernetes cpuset 源码

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kubernetes cpuset 代码

文件路径:/pkg/kubelet/cm/cpuset/cpuset.go

/*
Copyright 2017 The Kubernetes Authors.

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

    http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.
*/

package cpuset

import (
	"bytes"
	"fmt"
	"os"
	"reflect"
	"sort"
	"strconv"
	"strings"

	"k8s.io/klog/v2"
)

// Builder is a mutable builder for CPUSet. Functions that mutate instances
// of this type are not thread-safe.
type Builder struct {
	result CPUSet
	done   bool
}

// NewBuilder returns a mutable CPUSet builder.
func NewBuilder() *Builder {
	return &Builder{
		result: CPUSet{
			elems: map[int]struct{}{},
		},
	}
}

// Add adds the supplied elements to the result. Calling Add after calling
// Result has no effect.
func (b *Builder) Add(elems ...int) {
	if b.done {
		return
	}
	for _, elem := range elems {
		b.result.elems[elem] = struct{}{}
	}
}

// Result returns the result CPUSet containing all elements that were
// previously added to this builder. Subsequent calls to Add have no effect.
func (b *Builder) Result() CPUSet {
	b.done = true
	return b.result
}

// CPUSet is a thread-safe, immutable set-like data structure for CPU IDs.
type CPUSet struct {
	elems map[int]struct{}
}

// NewCPUSet returns a new CPUSet containing the supplied elements.
func NewCPUSet(cpus ...int) CPUSet {
	b := NewBuilder()
	for _, c := range cpus {
		b.Add(c)
	}
	return b.Result()
}

// NewCPUSetInt64 returns a new CPUSet containing the supplied elements, as slice of int64.
func NewCPUSetInt64(cpus ...int64) CPUSet {
	b := NewBuilder()
	for _, c := range cpus {
		b.Add(int(c))
	}
	return b.Result()
}

// Size returns the number of elements in this set.
func (s CPUSet) Size() int {
	return len(s.elems)
}

// IsEmpty returns true if there are zero elements in this set.
func (s CPUSet) IsEmpty() bool {
	return s.Size() == 0
}

// Contains returns true if the supplied element is present in this set.
func (s CPUSet) Contains(cpu int) bool {
	_, found := s.elems[cpu]
	return found
}

// Equals returns true if the supplied set contains exactly the same elements
// as this set (s IsSubsetOf s2 and s2 IsSubsetOf s).
func (s CPUSet) Equals(s2 CPUSet) bool {
	return reflect.DeepEqual(s.elems, s2.elems)
}

// Filter returns a new CPU set that contains all of the elements from this
// set that match the supplied predicate, without mutating the source set.
func (s CPUSet) Filter(predicate func(int) bool) CPUSet {
	b := NewBuilder()
	for cpu := range s.elems {
		if predicate(cpu) {
			b.Add(cpu)
		}
	}
	return b.Result()
}

// FilterNot returns a new CPU set that contains all of the elements from this
// set that do not match the supplied predicate, without mutating the source
// set.
func (s CPUSet) FilterNot(predicate func(int) bool) CPUSet {
	b := NewBuilder()
	for cpu := range s.elems {
		if !predicate(cpu) {
			b.Add(cpu)
		}
	}
	return b.Result()
}

// IsSubsetOf returns true if the supplied set contains all the elements
func (s CPUSet) IsSubsetOf(s2 CPUSet) bool {
	result := true
	for cpu := range s.elems {
		if !s2.Contains(cpu) {
			result = false
			break
		}
	}
	return result
}

// Union returns a new CPU set that contains all of the elements from this
// set and all of the elements from the supplied set, without mutating
// either source set.
func (s CPUSet) Union(s2 CPUSet) CPUSet {
	b := NewBuilder()
	for cpu := range s.elems {
		b.Add(cpu)
	}
	for cpu := range s2.elems {
		b.Add(cpu)
	}
	return b.Result()
}

// UnionAll returns a new CPU set that contains all of the elements from this
// set and all of the elements from the supplied sets, without mutating
// either source set.
func (s CPUSet) UnionAll(s2 []CPUSet) CPUSet {
	b := NewBuilder()
	for cpu := range s.elems {
		b.Add(cpu)
	}
	for _, cs := range s2 {
		for cpu := range cs.elems {
			b.Add(cpu)
		}
	}
	return b.Result()
}

// Intersection returns a new CPU set that contains all of the elements
// that are present in both this set and the supplied set, without mutating
// either source set.
func (s CPUSet) Intersection(s2 CPUSet) CPUSet {
	return s.Filter(func(cpu int) bool { return s2.Contains(cpu) })
}

// Difference returns a new CPU set that contains all of the elements that
// are present in this set and not the supplied set, without mutating either
// source set.
func (s CPUSet) Difference(s2 CPUSet) CPUSet {
	return s.FilterNot(func(cpu int) bool { return s2.Contains(cpu) })
}

// ToSlice returns a slice of integers that contains all elements from
// this set.
func (s CPUSet) ToSlice() []int {
	result := []int{}
	for cpu := range s.elems {
		result = append(result, cpu)
	}
	sort.Ints(result)
	return result
}

// ToSliceNoSort returns a slice of integers that contains all elements from
// this set.
func (s CPUSet) ToSliceNoSort() []int {
	result := []int{}
	for cpu := range s.elems {
		result = append(result, cpu)
	}
	return result
}

// ToSliceInt64 returns an ordered slice of int64 that contains all elements from
// this set
func (s CPUSet) ToSliceInt64() []int64 {
	var result []int64
	for cpu := range s.elems {
		result = append(result, int64(cpu))
	}
	sort.Slice(result, func(i, j int) bool { return result[i] < result[j] })
	return result
}

// ToSliceNoSortInt64 returns a slice of int64 that contains all elements from
// this set.
func (s CPUSet) ToSliceNoSortInt64() []int64 {
	var result []int64
	for cpu := range s.elems {
		result = append(result, int64(cpu))
	}
	return result
}

// String returns a new string representation of the elements in this CPU set
// in canonical linux CPU list format.
//
// See: http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man7/cpuset.7.html#FORMATS
func (s CPUSet) String() string {
	if s.IsEmpty() {
		return ""
	}

	elems := s.ToSlice()

	type rng struct {
		start int
		end   int
	}

	ranges := []rng{{elems[0], elems[0]}}

	for i := 1; i < len(elems); i++ {
		lastRange := &ranges[len(ranges)-1]
		// if this element is adjacent to the high end of the last range
		if elems[i] == lastRange.end+1 {
			// then extend the last range to include this element
			lastRange.end = elems[i]
			continue
		}
		// otherwise, start a new range beginning with this element
		ranges = append(ranges, rng{elems[i], elems[i]})
	}

	// construct string from ranges
	var result bytes.Buffer
	for _, r := range ranges {
		if r.start == r.end {
			result.WriteString(strconv.Itoa(r.start))
		} else {
			result.WriteString(fmt.Sprintf("%d-%d", r.start, r.end))
		}
		result.WriteString(",")
	}
	return strings.TrimRight(result.String(), ",")
}

// MustParse CPUSet constructs a new CPU set from a Linux CPU list formatted
// string. Unlike Parse, it does not return an error but rather panics if the
// input cannot be used to construct a CPU set.
func MustParse(s string) CPUSet {
	res, err := Parse(s)
	if err != nil {
		klog.ErrorS(err, "Failed to parse input as CPUSet", "input", s)
		os.Exit(1)
	}
	return res
}

// Parse CPUSet constructs a new CPU set from a Linux CPU list formatted string.
//
// See: http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man7/cpuset.7.html#FORMATS
func Parse(s string) (CPUSet, error) {
	b := NewBuilder()

	// Handle empty string.
	if s == "" {
		return b.Result(), nil
	}

	// Split CPU list string:
	// "0-5,34,46-48" => ["0-5", "34", "46-48"]
	ranges := strings.Split(s, ",")

	for _, r := range ranges {
		boundaries := strings.SplitN(r, "-", 2)
		if len(boundaries) == 1 {
			// Handle ranges that consist of only one element like "34".
			elem, err := strconv.Atoi(boundaries[0])
			if err != nil {
				return NewCPUSet(), err
			}
			b.Add(elem)
		} else if len(boundaries) == 2 {
			// Handle multi-element ranges like "0-5".
			start, err := strconv.Atoi(boundaries[0])
			if err != nil {
				return NewCPUSet(), err
			}
			end, err := strconv.Atoi(boundaries[1])
			if err != nil {
				return NewCPUSet(), err
			}
			if start > end {
				return NewCPUSet(), fmt.Errorf("invalid range %q (%d >= %d)", r, start, end)
			}
			// start == end is acceptable (1-1 -> 1)

			// Add all elements to the result.
			// e.g. "0-5", "46-48" => [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 46, 47, 48].
			for e := start; e <= end; e++ {
				b.Add(e)
			}
		}
	}
	return b.Result(), nil
}

// Clone returns a copy of this CPU set.
func (s CPUSet) Clone() CPUSet {
	b := NewBuilder()
	for elem := range s.elems {
		b.Add(elem)
	}
	return b.Result()
}

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