Source code for esmvalcore.esgf._download

"""Module for downloading files from ESGF."""
import concurrent.futures
import contextlib
import datetime
import functools
import hashlib
import itertools
import logging
import os
import random
import re
import shutil
from pathlib import Path
from statistics import median
from tempfile import NamedTemporaryFile
from urllib.parse import urlparse

import requests
import yaml
from humanfriendly import format_size, format_timespan

from esmvalcore.typing import Facets

from ..local import LocalFile
from ._logon import get_credentials
from .facets import DATASET_MAP, FACETS

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

TIMEOUT = 5 * 60
"""Timeout (in seconds) for downloads."""

HOSTS_FILE = Path.home() / '.esmvaltool' / 'cache' / 'esgf-hosts.yml'
SIZE = 'size (bytes)'
DURATION = 'duration (s)'
SPEED = 'speed (MB/s)'

class DownloadError(Exception):
    """An error occurred while downloading."""

def compute_speed(size, duration):
    """Compute download speed in MB/s."""
    if duration != 0:
        speed = size / duration / 10**6
        speed = 0
    return speed

def load_speeds():
    """Load average download speeds from HOSTS_FILE."""
        content = HOSTS_FILE.read_text(encoding='utf-8')
    except FileNotFoundError:
        content = '{}'
    speeds = yaml.safe_load(content)
    return speeds

def log_speed(url, size, duration):
    """Write the downloaded file size and duration to HOSTS_FILE."""
    speeds = load_speeds()
    host = urlparse(url).hostname
    size += speeds.get(host, {}).get(SIZE, 0)
    duration += speeds.get(host, {}).get(DURATION, 0)
    speed = compute_speed(size, duration)

    speeds[host] = {
        SIZE: size,
        DURATION: round(duration),
        SPEED: round(speed, 1),
        'error': False,
    with atomic_write(HOSTS_FILE) as file:
        yaml.safe_dump(speeds, file)

def log_error(url):
    """Write the hosts that errored to HOSTS_FILE."""
    speeds = load_speeds()
    host = urlparse(url).hostname
    entry = speeds.get(host, {SIZE: 0, DURATION: 0, SPEED: 0})
    entry['error'] = True
    speeds[host] = entry
    with atomic_write(HOSTS_FILE) as file:
        yaml.safe_dump(speeds, file)

def atomic_write(filename):
    """Write a file without the risk of interfering with other processes."""
    filename.parent.mkdir(parents=True, exist_ok=True)
    with NamedTemporaryFile(prefix=f"{filename}.") as file:
        tmp_file =
    with open(tmp_file, 'w', encoding='utf-8') as file:
        yield file
    shutil.move(tmp_file, filename)

def get_preferred_hosts():
    """Get a list of preferred hosts.

    The list will be sorted by download speed. Hosts that recentely
    returned an error will be at the end.
    speeds = load_speeds()
    if not speeds:
        return []

    # Compute speeds from size and duration
    for entry in speeds.values():
        entry[SPEED] = compute_speed(entry[SIZE], entry[DURATION])

    # Hosts from which no data has been downloaded yet get median speed; if no
    # host with non-zero entries is found assign a value of 0.0
    speeds_list = [speeds[h][SPEED] for h in speeds if speeds[h][SPEED] != 0.0]
    if not speeds_list:
        median_speed = 0.0
        median_speed = median(speeds_list)
    for host in speeds:
        if speeds[host][SIZE] == 0:
            speeds[host][SPEED] = median_speed

    # Sort hosts by download speed
    hosts = sorted(speeds, key=lambda h: speeds[h][SPEED], reverse=True)

    # Figure out which hosts recently returned an error
    mtime = HOSTS_FILE.stat().st_mtime
    now =
    age = now - mtime
    if age > 60 * 60:
        # Ignore errors older than an hour
        errored = []
        errored = [h for h in speeds if speeds[h]['error']]

    # Move hosts with an error to the end of the list
    for host in errored:
        if host in hosts:

    return hosts

def sort_hosts(urls):
    """Sort a list of URLs by preferred hosts.

    urls : :obj:`list` of :obj:`str`
        List of all available URLs.

    :obj:`list` of :obj:`str`
        The list of URLs, with URLs from a preferred hosts first.
    urls = list(urls)
    hosts = [urlparse(url).hostname for url in urls]
    preferred_hosts = get_preferred_hosts()
    for host in preferred_hosts:
        if host in hosts:
            # Move host and corresponding URL to the beginning of the list,
            # but after any unknown hosts so these will get used too.
            idx = hosts.index(host)

    return urls

[docs] @functools.total_ordering class ESGFFile: """File on the ESGF. This is the object returned by :func:`esmvalcore.esgf.find_files`. Attributes ---------- dataset : str The name of the dataset that the file is part of. facets : dict[str,str] Facets describing the file. name : str The name of the file. size : int The size of the file in bytes. urls : list[str] The URLs where the file can be downloaded. """ def __init__(self, results): results = list(results) = str(Path(results[0].filename).with_suffix('.nc')) self.size = results[0].size self.dataset = self._get_dataset_id(results) self.facets = self._get_facets(results) self.urls = [] self._checksums = [] for result in results: self.urls.append(result.download_url) self._checksums.append((result.checksum_type, result.checksum)) @classmethod def _from_results(cls, results, facets): """Return a list of files from a""" def same_file(result): # Remove the hostname from the dataset_id dataset = result.json['dataset_id'].split('|')[0] # Ignore the extension (some files are called .nc_0, .nc_1) filename = Path(result.filename).stem # Ignore case return (dataset.lower(), filename.lower()) files = [] results = sorted(results, key=same_file) for _, file_results in itertools.groupby(results, key=same_file): file = cls(file_results) # Filter out files containing the wrong variable, e.g. for # cmip5.output1.ICHEC.EC-EARTH.historical # .mon.atmos.Amon.r1i1p1.v20121115 variable ='_')[0] if 'variable' not in facets or facets['variable'] == variable: files.append(file) else: logger.debug( "Ignoring file(s) %s containing wrong variable '%s' in" " found in search for variable '%s'", file.urls, variable, facets.get('variable', facets.get('variable_id', '?'))) return files def _get_facets(self, results): """Read the facets. This works by first reading the facets from the json response of the first search result. Next, an alternative set of facets is read from the `dataset_id` and filename and used to correct any wrong facets values. """ project = results[0].json['project'][0] # Read the facets from the metadata facets = { our_facet: results[0].json[their_facet] for our_facet, their_facet in FACETS[project].items() if their_facet in results[0].json } facets = { facet: value[0] if isinstance(value, list) and len(value) == 1 else value for facet, value in facets.items() } facets['project'] = project if 'dataset' in facets: reverse_dataset_map = { v: k for k, v in DATASET_MAP.get(project, {}).items() } facets['dataset'] = reverse_dataset_map.get( facets['dataset'], facets['dataset']) # Update the facets with information from the dataset_id and filename more_reliable_facets = self._get_facets_from_dataset_id(results) for facet, value in more_reliable_facets.items(): if facet not in facets or facets[facet] != value: logger.debug( "Correcting facet '%s' from '%s' to '%s' for %s.%s", facet, facets.get(facet), value, self.dataset, facets[facet] = value return facets @staticmethod def _get_facets_from_dataset_id(results) -> Facets: """Read the facets from the `dataset_id`.""" # This reads the facets from the dataset_id because the facets # provided by ESGF are unreliable. # # Example dataset_id_template_ values: # CMIP3: '%(project)s.%(institute)s.%(model)s.%(experiment)s. # %(time_frequency)s.%(realm)s.%(ensemble)s.%(variable)s' # CMIP5: 'cmip5.%(product)s.%(valid_institute)s.%(model)s. # %(experiment)s.%(time_frequency)s.%(realm)s.%(cmor_table)s. # %(ensemble)s' # CMIP6: '%(mip_era)s.%(activity_drs)s.%(institution_id)s. # %(source_id)s.%(experiment_id)s.%(member_id)s.%(table_id)s. # %(variable_id)s.%(grid_label)s' # CORDEX: 'cordex.%(product)s.%(domain)s.%(institute)s. # %(driving_model)s.%(experiment)s.%(ensemble)s.%(rcm_name)s. # %(rcm_version)s.%(time_frequency)s.%(variable)s' # obs4MIPs: '%(project)s.%(institute)s.%(source_id)s.%(realm)s. # %(time_frequency)s' project = results[0].json['project'][0] # Read the keys from `dataset_id_template_` and translate to our keys template = results[0].json['dataset_id_template_'][0] keys = re.findall(r"%\((.*?)\)s", template) reverse_facet_map = {v: k for k, v in FACETS[project].items()} reverse_facet_map['realm'] = 'modeling_realm' reverse_facet_map['mip_era'] = 'project' # CMIP6 oddity reverse_facet_map['variable_id'] = 'short_name' # CMIP6 oddity reverse_facet_map['valid_institute'] = 'institute' # CMIP5 oddity keys = [reverse_facet_map.get(k, k) for k in keys] keys.append('version') if keys[0] == 'project': # The project is sometimes hardcoded all lowercase in the template keys = keys[1:] # Read values from dataset_id # Pick the first dataset_id if there are differences in case dataset_id = sorted(r.json['dataset_id'].split('|')[0] for r in results)[0] values = dataset_id.split('.')[1:] facets = {} if len(keys) == len(values): for idx, key in enumerate(keys): facets[key] = values[idx] else: logger.debug( "Wrong dataset_id_template_ %s or facet values containing '.' " "for dataset %s", template, dataset_id) facets['version'] = dataset_id.split('.')[-1] # The dataset_id does not contain the short_name for all projects, # so get it from the filename: facets['short_name'] = results[0].json['title'].split('_')[0] return facets @staticmethod def _get_dataset_id(results): """Simplify dataset_id so it is always composed of the same facets.""" # Pick the first dataset_id if there are differences in case dataset_id = sorted(r.json['dataset_id'].split('|')[0] for r in results)[0] project = results[0].json['project'][0] if project != 'obs4MIPs': return dataset_id # Simplify the obs4MIPs dataset_id so it contains only facets that are # present for all datasets. version = dataset_id.rsplit('.', 1)[1] dataset_key = FACETS[project]['dataset'] dataset_name = results[0].json[dataset_key][0] dataset_name = DATASET_MAP[project].get(dataset_name, dataset_name) return f"{project}.{dataset_name}.{version}" def _get_relative_path(self) -> Path: """Get the subdirectories.""" if self.facets['project'] == 'obs4MIPs': # Avoid errors due to a to a `.` in the dataset name facets = ['project', 'dataset', 'version'] path = Path(*[self.facets[f] for f in facets]) else: path = Path(*self.dataset.split('.')) return path / def __repr__(self): """Represent the file as a string.""" hosts = [urlparse(u).hostname for u in self.urls] return (f"ESGFFile:{self._get_relative_path()}" f" on hosts {hosts}") def __eq__(self, other): """Compare `self` to `other`.""" return (isinstance(other, self.__class__) and (self.dataset, == (other.dataset, def __lt__(self, other): """Compare `self` to `other`.""" return (self.dataset, < (other.dataset, def __hash__(self): """Compute a unique hash value.""" return hash((self.dataset,
[docs] def local_file(self, dest_folder): """Return the path to the local file after download. Arguments --------- dest_folder: Path The destination folder. Returns ------- LocalFile The path where the file will be located after download. """ file = LocalFile(dest_folder, self._get_relative_path()) file.facets = self.facets return file
[docs] def download(self, dest_folder): """Download the file. Arguments --------- dest_folder: Path The destination folder. Raises ------ DownloadError: Raised if downloading the file failed. Returns ------- LocalFile The path where the file will be located after download. """ local_file = self.local_file(dest_folder) if local_file.exists(): logger.debug("Skipping download of existing file %s", local_file) return local_file os.makedirs(local_file.parent, exist_ok=True) errors = {} for url in sort_hosts(self.urls): try: self._download(local_file, url) except (DownloadError, requests.exceptions.RequestException) as error: logger.debug("Not able to download %s. Error message: %s", url, error) errors[url] = error log_error(url) else: break if not local_file.exists(): raise DownloadError( f"Failed to download file {local_file}, errors:" "\n" + "\n".join(f"{url}: {errors[url]}" for url in errors)) return local_file
@staticmethod def _tmp_local_file(local_file): """Return the path to a temporary local file for downloading to.""" with NamedTemporaryFile(prefix=f"{local_file}.") as tmp_file: return Path( def _download(self, local_file, url): """Download file from a single url.""" idx = self.urls.index(url) checksum_type, checksum = self._checksums[idx] if checksum_type is None: hasher = None else: hasher = tmp_file = self._tmp_local_file(local_file) logger.debug("Downloading %s to %s", url, tmp_file) start_time = response = requests.get(url, stream=True, timeout=TIMEOUT, cert=get_credentials()) response.raise_for_status() with"wb") as file: # Specify chunk_size to avoid # megabyte = 2**20 for chunk in response.iter_content(chunk_size=megabyte): if hasher is not None: hasher.update(chunk) file.write(chunk) duration = - start_time if hasher is None: logger.warning( "No checksum available, unable to check data" " integrity for %s, ", url) else: local_checksum = hasher.hexdigest() if local_checksum != checksum: raise DownloadError( f"Wrong {checksum_type} checksum for file {tmp_file}," f" downloaded from {url}: expected {checksum}, but got" f" {local_checksum}. Try downloading the file again.") shutil.move(tmp_file, local_file) log_speed(url, self.size, duration.total_seconds())"Downloaded %s (%s) in %s (%s/s) from %s", local_file, format_size(self.size), format_timespan(duration.total_seconds()), format_size(self.size / duration.total_seconds()), urlparse(url).hostname)
def get_download_message(files): """Create a log message describing what will be downloaded.""" total_size = 0 lines = [] for file in files: total_size += file.size lines.append(f"{format_size(file.size)}" "\t" f"{file}") lines.insert(0, "Will download the following files:") lines.insert(0, f"Will download {format_size(total_size)}") lines.append(f"Downloading {format_size(total_size)}..") return "\n".join(lines)
[docs] def download(files, dest_folder, n_jobs=4): """Download multiple ESGFFiles in parallel. Arguments --------- files: list of :obj:`ESGFFile` The files to download. dest_folder: Path The destination folder. n_jobs: int The number of files to download in parallel. Raises ------ DownloadError: Raised if one or more files failed to download. """ files = [ file for file in files if isinstance(file, ESGFFile) and not file.local_file(dest_folder).exists() ] if not files: logger.debug("All required data is available locally," " not downloading anything.") return files = sorted(files) def _download(file: ESGFFile): """Download file to dest_folder.""" total_size = 0 start_time = errors = [] random.shuffle(files) with concurrent.futures.ThreadPoolExecutor(max_workers=n_jobs) as executor: future_to_file = { executor.submit(_download, file): file for file in files } for future in concurrent.futures.as_completed(future_to_file): file = future_to_file[future] try: future.result() except DownloadError as error: logger.error("Failed to download %s, error message %s", file, error) errors.append(error) else: total_size += file.size duration = - start_time "Downloaded %s in %s (%s/s)", format_size(total_size), format_timespan(duration.total_seconds()), format_size(total_size / duration.total_seconds()), ) if errors: msg = ("Failed to download the following files:\n" + "\n".join(sorted(str(error) for error in errors))) raise DownloadError(msg)"Successfully downloaded all requested files.")