Commit 3db367b2 authored by juga's avatar juga
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new: v3bwfile: Add time to report half network

to the bandwidth file header.

Closes: #28983.
parent 29f73f43
......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ from sbws.globals import (SPEC_VERSION, BW_LINE_SIZE, SBWS_SCALE_CONSTANT,
from sbws.lib.resultdump import ResultSuccess, _ResultType
from sbws.util.filelock import DirectoryLock
from sbws.util.timestamp import (now_isodt_str, unixts_to_isodt_str,
now_unixts, isostr_to_dt_obj)
from sbws.util.state import State
log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
......@@ -76,6 +76,9 @@ BW_HEADER_KEYVALUES_MONITOR = [
# The time it took to report about half of the network.
['earliest_bandwidth', 'generator_started',
......@@ -432,6 +435,59 @@ class V3BWHeader(object):
[setattr(self, k, str(v)) for k, v in kwargs.items()
def add_time_report_half_network(self):
"""Add to the header the time it took to measure half of the network.
It is not the time the scanner actually takes on measuring all the
network, but the ``number_eligible_relays`` that are reported in the
bandwidth file and directory authorities will vote on.
This is calculated for half of the network, so that failed or not
reported relays do not affect too much.
For instance, if there are 6500 relays in the network, half of the
network would be 3250. And if there were 4000 eligible relays
measured in an interval of 3 days, the time to measure half of the
network would be 3 days * 3250 / 4000.
Since the elapsed time is calculated from the earliest and the
latest measurement and a relay might have more than 2 measurements,
this would give an estimate on how long it would take to measure
the network including all the valid measurements.
Log also an estimated on how long it would take with the current
number of relays included in the bandwidth file.
# NOTE: in future refactor do not convert attributes to str until
# writing to the file, so that they do not need to be converted back
# to do some calculations.
elapsed_time = (
- isostr_to_dt_obj(self.earliest_bandwidth))
# This attributes were added later and some tests that
# do not initialize them would fail.
eligible_relays = int(getattr(self, 'number_eligible_relays', 0))
consensus_relays = int(getattr(self, 'number_consensus_relays', 0))
if not(eligible_relays and consensus_relays):
half_network = consensus_relays / 2
# Calculate the time it would take to measure half of the network
if eligible_relays >= half_network:
time_half_network = round(
elapsed_time * half_network / eligible_relays
self.time_to_report_half_network = str(time_half_network)
# In any case log an estimated on the time to measure all the network.
estimated_time = round(
elapsed_time * consensus_relays / eligible_relays
)"Estimated time to measure the network: %s hours.",
round(estimated_time / 60 / 60))
class V3BWLine(object):
......@@ -773,6 +829,7 @@ class V3BWFile(object):
# log.debug(bw_lines[-1])
# Not using the result for now, just warning
cls.is_max_bw_diff_perc_reached(bw_lines, max_bw_diff_perc)
f = cls(header, bw_lines)
return f
......@@ -14,6 +14,10 @@ def dt_obj_to_isodt_str(dt):
return dt.replace(microsecond=0).isoformat()
def isostr_to_dt_obj(isostr):
return datetime.strptime(isostr, "%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S")
def unixts_to_dt_obj(unixts):
Convert unix timestamp to naive datetime object in UTC time zone.
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""Test generation of bandwidth measurements document (v3bw)"""
import json
import logging
import math
import os.path
......@@ -393,3 +394,17 @@ def test_update_progress(datadir, tmpdir):
assert header.number_consensus_relays == '3'
assert header.number_eligible_relays == '3'
assert header.percent_eligible_relays == '100'
def test_time_measure_half_network(caplog):
header = V3BWHeader(timestamp_l,
header.number_consensus_relays = '6500'
header.number_eligible_relays = '4000'
assert header.time_to_report_half_network == '70200' # 19.5h
expected_log = "Estimated time to measure the network: 39 hours." # 19.5*2
assert caplog.records[-1].getMessage() == expected_log
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