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package mon

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bytes_usage.go resource.go


var DefaultPoolAllocationSize = envutil.EnvOrDefaultInt64("COCKROACH_ALLOCATION_CHUNK_SIZE", 10*1024)

DefaultPoolAllocationSize specifies the unit of allocation used by a monitor to reserve and release bytes to a pool.

type BoundAccount Uses

type BoundAccount struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields

BoundAccount tracks the cumulated allocations for one client of a pool or monitor. BytesMonitor has an account to its pool; BytesMonitor clients have an account to the monitor. This allows each client to release all the bytes at once when it completes its work. Internally, BoundAccount amortizes allocations from whichever BoundAccount it is associated with by allocating additional memory and parceling it out (see BoundAccount.reserved).

See the comments in bytes_usage.go for a fuller picture of how these accounts are used in CockroachDB.

func MakeStandaloneBudget Uses

func MakeStandaloneBudget(capacity int64) BoundAccount

MakeStandaloneBudget creates a BoundAccount suitable for root monitors.

func (*BoundAccount) Clear Uses

func (b *BoundAccount) Clear(ctx context.Context)

Clear releases all the cumulated allocations of an account at once and primes it for reuse.

func (*BoundAccount) Close Uses

func (b *BoundAccount) Close(ctx context.Context)

Close releases all the cumulated allocations of an account at once.

func (*BoundAccount) Empty Uses

func (b *BoundAccount) Empty(ctx context.Context)

Empty shrinks the account to use 0 bytes. Previously used memory is returned to the reserved buffer, which is subsequently released such that at most poolAllocationSize is reserved.

func (*BoundAccount) Grow Uses

func (b *BoundAccount) Grow(ctx context.Context, x int64) error

Grow is an accessor for b.mon.GrowAccount.

func (BoundAccount) Monitor Uses

func (b BoundAccount) Monitor() *BytesMonitor

Monitor returns the BytesMonitor to which this account is bound.

func (*BoundAccount) Resize Uses

func (b *BoundAccount) Resize(ctx context.Context, oldSz, newSz int64) error

Resize requests a size change for an object already registered in an account. The reservation is not modified if the new allocation is refused, so that the caller can keep using the original item without an accounting error. This is better than calling ClearAccount then GrowAccount because if the Clear succeeds and the Grow fails the original item becomes invisible from the perspective of the monitor.

If one is interested in specifying the new size of the account as a whole (as opposed to resizing one object among many in the account), ResizeTo() should be used.

func (*BoundAccount) ResizeTo Uses

func (b *BoundAccount) ResizeTo(ctx context.Context, newSz int64) error

ResizeTo resizes (grows or shrinks) the account to a specified size.

func (*BoundAccount) Shrink Uses

func (b *BoundAccount) Shrink(ctx context.Context, delta int64)

Shrink releases part of the cumulated allocations by the specified size.

func (BoundAccount) Used Uses

func (b BoundAccount) Used() int64

Used returns the number of bytes currently allocated through this account.

type BytesMonitor Uses

type BytesMonitor struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields

BytesMonitor defines an object that can track and limit memory/disk usage by other CockroachDB components. The monitor must be set up via Start/Stop before and after use. The various counters express sizes in bytes.

func NewMonitor Uses

func NewMonitor(
    name string,
    res Resource,
    curCount *metric.Gauge,
    maxHist *metric.Histogram,
    increment int64,
    noteworthy int64,
    settings *cluster.Settings,
) *BytesMonitor

NewMonitor creates a new monitor. Arguments: - name is used to annotate log messages, can be used to distinguish


- resource specifies what kind of resource the monitor is tracking

allocations for (e.g. memory or disk).

- curCount and maxHist are the metric objects to update with usage

statistics. Can be nil.

- increment is the block size used for upstream allocations from

the pool. Note: if set to 0 or lower, the default pool allocation
size is used.

- noteworthy determines the minimum total allocated size beyond

which the monitor starts to log increases. Use 0 to always log
or math.MaxInt64 to never log.

func NewMonitorInheritWithLimit Uses

func NewMonitorInheritWithLimit(name string, limit int64, m *BytesMonitor) *BytesMonitor

NewMonitorInheritWithLimit creates a new monitor with a limit local to this monitor with all other attributes inherited from the passed in monitor.

func NewMonitorWithLimit Uses

func NewMonitorWithLimit(
    name string,
    res Resource,
    limit int64,
    curCount *metric.Gauge,
    maxHist *metric.Histogram,
    increment int64,
    noteworthy int64,
    settings *cluster.Settings,
) *BytesMonitor

NewMonitorWithLimit creates a new monitor with a limit local to this monitor.

func NewUnlimitedMonitor Uses

func NewUnlimitedMonitor(
    ctx context.Context,
    name string,
    res Resource,
    curCount *metric.Gauge,
    maxHist *metric.Histogram,
    noteworthy int64,
    settings *cluster.Settings,
) *BytesMonitor

NewUnlimitedMonitor creates a new monitor and starts the monitor in "detached" mode without a pool and without a maximum budget.

func (*BytesMonitor) AllocBytes Uses

func (mm *BytesMonitor) AllocBytes() int64

AllocBytes returns the current number of allocated bytes in this monitor.

func (*BytesMonitor) EmergencyStop Uses

func (mm *BytesMonitor) EmergencyStop(ctx context.Context)

EmergencyStop completes a monitoring region, and disables checking that all accounts have been closed.

func (*BytesMonitor) MakeBoundAccount Uses

func (mm *BytesMonitor) MakeBoundAccount() BoundAccount

MakeBoundAccount creates a BoundAccount connected to the given monitor.

func (*BytesMonitor) MaximumBytes Uses

func (mm *BytesMonitor) MaximumBytes() int64

MaximumBytes returns the maximum number of bytes that were allocated by this monitor at one time since it was started.

func (*BytesMonitor) Resource Uses

func (mm *BytesMonitor) Resource() Resource

Resource returns the type of the resource the monitor is tracking.

func (*BytesMonitor) SetMetrics Uses

func (mm *BytesMonitor) SetMetrics(curCount *metric.Gauge, maxHist *metric.Histogram)

SetMetrics sets the metric objects for the monitor.

func (*BytesMonitor) Start Uses

func (mm *BytesMonitor) Start(ctx context.Context, pool *BytesMonitor, reserved BoundAccount)

Start begins a monitoring region. Arguments: - pool is the upstream monitor that provision allocations exceeding the

pre-reserved budget. If pool is nil, no upstream allocations are possible
and the pre-reserved budget determines the entire capacity of this monitor.

- reserved is the pre-reserved budget (see above).

func (*BytesMonitor) Stop Uses

func (mm *BytesMonitor) Stop(ctx context.Context)

Stop completes a monitoring region.

type Resource Uses

type Resource interface {
    NewBudgetExceededError(requestedBytes int64, reservedBytes int64, budgetBytes int64) error

Resource is an interface used to abstract the specifics of tracking bytes usage by different types of resources.

var DiskResource Resource = diskResource{}

DiskResource is a utility singleton used as an argument when creating a BytesMonitor to indicate that the monitor will be tracking disk usage.

var MemoryResource Resource = memoryResource{}

MemoryResource is a utility singleton used as an argument when creating a BytesMonitor to indicate that the monitor will be tracking memory usage.

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