Source code for opentelemetry.instrumentation.wsgi

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This library provides a WSGI middleware that can be used on any WSGI framework
(such as Django / Flask) to track requests timing through OpenTelemetry.

Usage (Flask)

.. code-block:: python

    from flask import Flask
    from opentelemetry.instrumentation.wsgi import OpenTelemetryMiddleware

    app = Flask(__name__)
    app.wsgi_app = OpenTelemetryMiddleware(app.wsgi_app)

    def hello():
        return "Hello!"

    if __name__ == "__main__":

Usage (Django)

Modify the application's ```` file as shown below.

.. code-block:: python

    import os
    from opentelemetry.instrumentation.wsgi import OpenTelemetryMiddleware
    from django.core.wsgi import get_wsgi_application

    os.environ.setdefault('DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE', 'application.settings')

    application = get_wsgi_application()
    application = OpenTelemetryMiddleware(application)


import functools
import typing
import wsgiref.util as wsgiref_util

from opentelemetry import context, trace
from opentelemetry.instrumentation.utils import http_status_to_status_code
from opentelemetry.instrumentation.wsgi.version import __version__
from opentelemetry.propagate import extract
from opentelemetry.propagators.textmap import Getter
from opentelemetry.semconv.trace import SpanAttributes
from opentelemetry.trace.status import Status, StatusCode


[docs]class WSGIGetter(Getter):
[docs] def get( self, carrier: dict, key: str ) -> typing.Optional[typing.List[str]]: """Getter implementation to retrieve a HTTP header value from the PEP3333-conforming WSGI environ Args: carrier: WSGI environ object key: header name in environ object Returns: A list with a single string with the header value if it exists, else None. """ environ_key = "HTTP_" + key.upper().replace("-", "_") value = carrier.get(environ_key) if value is not None: return [value] return None
[docs] def keys(self, carrier): return [ key[_CARRIER_KEY_PREFIX_LEN:].lower().replace("_", "-") for key in carrier if key.startswith(_CARRIER_KEY_PREFIX) ]
wsgi_getter = WSGIGetter()
[docs]def setifnotnone(dic, key, value): if value is not None: dic[key] = value
[docs]def collect_request_attributes(environ): """Collects HTTP request attributes from the PEP3333-conforming WSGI environ and returns a dictionary to be used as span creation attributes.""" result = { SpanAttributes.HTTP_METHOD: environ.get("REQUEST_METHOD"), SpanAttributes.HTTP_SERVER_NAME: environ.get("SERVER_NAME"), SpanAttributes.HTTP_SCHEME: environ.get("wsgi.url_scheme"), } host_port = environ.get("SERVER_PORT") if host_port is not None: result.update({SpanAttributes.NET_HOST_PORT: int(host_port)}) setifnotnone(result, SpanAttributes.HTTP_HOST, environ.get("HTTP_HOST")) target = environ.get("RAW_URI") if target is None: # Note: `"" or None is None` target = environ.get("REQUEST_URI") if target is not None: result[SpanAttributes.HTTP_TARGET] = target else: result[SpanAttributes.HTTP_URL] = wsgiref_util.request_uri(environ) remote_addr = environ.get("REMOTE_ADDR") if remote_addr: result[SpanAttributes.NET_PEER_IP] = remote_addr remote_host = environ.get("REMOTE_HOST") if remote_host and remote_host != remote_addr: result[SpanAttributes.NET_PEER_NAME] = remote_host user_agent = environ.get("HTTP_USER_AGENT") if user_agent is not None and len(user_agent) > 0: result[SpanAttributes.HTTP_USER_AGENT] = user_agent setifnotnone( result, SpanAttributes.NET_PEER_PORT, environ.get("REMOTE_PORT") ) flavor = environ.get("SERVER_PROTOCOL", "") if flavor.upper().startswith(_HTTP_VERSION_PREFIX): flavor = flavor[len(_HTTP_VERSION_PREFIX) :] if flavor: result[SpanAttributes.HTTP_FLAVOR] = flavor return result
[docs]def add_response_attributes( span, start_response_status, response_headers ): # pylint: disable=unused-argument """Adds HTTP response attributes to span using the arguments passed to a PEP3333-conforming start_response callable.""" if not span.is_recording(): return status_code, _ = start_response_status.split(" ", 1) try: status_code = int(status_code) except ValueError: span.set_status( Status( StatusCode.ERROR, "Non-integer HTTP status: " + repr(status_code), ) ) else: span.set_attribute(SpanAttributes.HTTP_STATUS_CODE, status_code) span.set_status(Status(http_status_to_status_code(status_code)))
[docs]def get_default_span_name(environ): """Default implementation for name_callback, returns HTTP {METHOD_NAME}.""" return "HTTP {}".format(environ.get("REQUEST_METHOD", "")).strip()
[docs]class OpenTelemetryMiddleware: """The WSGI application middleware. This class is a PEP 3333 conforming WSGI middleware that starts and annotates spans for any requests it is invoked with. Args: wsgi: The WSGI application callable to forward requests to. request_hook: Optional callback which is called with the server span and WSGI environ object for every incoming request. response_hook: Optional callback which is called with the server span, WSGI environ, status_code and response_headers for every incoming request. tracer_provider: Optional tracer provider to use. If omitted the current globally configured one is used. """ def __init__( self, wsgi, request_hook=None, response_hook=None, tracer_provider=None ): self.wsgi = wsgi self.tracer = trace.get_tracer(__name__, __version__, tracer_provider) self.request_hook = request_hook self.response_hook = response_hook @staticmethod def _create_start_response(span, start_response, response_hook): @functools.wraps(start_response) def _start_response(status, response_headers, *args, **kwargs): add_response_attributes(span, status, response_headers) if response_hook: response_hook(status, response_headers) return start_response(status, response_headers, *args, **kwargs) return _start_response def __call__(self, environ, start_response): """The WSGI application Args: environ: A WSGI environment. start_response: The WSGI start_response callable. """ token = context.attach(extract(environ, getter=wsgi_getter)) span = self.tracer.start_span( get_default_span_name(environ), kind=trace.SpanKind.SERVER, attributes=collect_request_attributes(environ), ) if self.request_hook: self.request_hook(span, environ) response_hook = self.response_hook if response_hook: response_hook = functools.partial(response_hook, span, environ) try: with trace.use_span(span): start_response = self._create_start_response( span, start_response, response_hook ) iterable = self.wsgi(environ, start_response) return _end_span_after_iterating( iterable, span, self.tracer, token ) except Exception as ex: if span.is_recording(): span.set_status(Status(StatusCode.ERROR, str(ex))) span.end() context.detach(token) raise
# Put this in a subfunction to not delay the call to the wrapped # WSGI application (instrumentation should change the application # behavior as little as possible). def _end_span_after_iterating(iterable, span, tracer, token): try: with trace.use_span(span): for yielded in iterable: yield yielded finally: close = getattr(iterable, "close", None) if close: close() span.end() context.detach(token) # TODO: inherit from opentelemetry.instrumentation.propagators.Setter
[docs]class ResponsePropagationSetter:
[docs] def set(self, carrier, key, value): # pylint: disable=no-self-use carrier.append((key, value))
default_response_propagation_setter = ResponsePropagationSetter()