Source code for spinn_front_end_common.interface.buffer_management.storage_objects.abstract_database

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from spinn_utilities.abstract_base import AbstractBase, abstractmethod


[docs]class AbstractDatabase(object, metaclass=AbstractBase): """ This API separates the required database calls from the implementation. Methods here are designed for the convenience of the caller not the\ database. There should only ever be a single Database Object in use at any time.\ In the case of application_graph_changed the first should closed and\ a new one created. Do not assume that just because 2 database objects where opened with the\ same parameters (for example SQLite file)\ that they hold the same data. \ In fact the second init is allowed to delete any previous data. While not recommended implementation objects are allowed to hold data in \ memory, with the exception of data required by the java which must be \ in the database once commit is called. """ __slots__ = ()
[docs] @abstractmethod def close(self): """ Signals that the database can be closed and will not be reused. Once this is called any other method in this API is allowed to\ raise any kind of exception. """
[docs] @abstractmethod def store_data_in_region_buffer(self, x, y, p, region, missing, data): """ Store some information in the corresponding buffer for a\ specific chip, core and recording region. :param int x: x coordinate of the chip :param int y: y coordinate of the chip :param int p: Core within the specified chip :param int region: Region containing the data to be stored :param bool missing: Whether any data is missing :param bytearray data: data to be stored .. note:: Implementations may assume this to be shorter than 1GB """
[docs] @abstractmethod def get_region_data(self, x, y, p, region): """ Get the data stored for a given region of a given core :param int x: x coordinate of the chip :param int y: y coordinate of the chip :param int p: Core within the specified chip :param int region: Region containing the data :return: a buffer containing all the data received during the\ simulation, and a flag indicating if any data was missing .. note:: Implementations should not assume that the total buffer is necessarily shorter than 1GB. :rtype: tuple(memoryview, bool) """
[docs] @abstractmethod def clear(self): """ Clears the data for all regions. .. note:: This method will be removed when the database moves to keeping data after reset. :rtype: None """
[docs] @abstractmethod def clear_region(self, x, y, p, region): """ Clears the data for a single region. .. note:: This method *loses information!* :param int x: x coordinate of the chip :param int y: y coordinate of the chip :param int p: Core within the specified chip :param int region: Region containing the data to be cleared :return: True if any region was changed :rtype: bool """