Source code for google.appengine.api.quota

#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""Access to quota usage for this application."""









import os
import warnings

try:
  from google.appengine.runtime import apiproxy
except ImportError:
  apiproxy = None


def __get_request_cpu_usage():
  """Get the amount of CPU used so far for the current request.

  Returns the number of megacycles used so far for the current
  request. Does not include CPU used by API calls.

  Does nothing when used in the dev_appserver.
  """
  warnings.warn('get_request_cpu_usage may not always return correct values',
                DeprecationWarning,
                stacklevel=2)

  if apiproxy:
    return apiproxy.GetRequestCpuUsage()

  return 0


if os.environ.get('APPENGINE_RUNTIME') != 'python27':
  get_request_cpu_usage = __get_request_cpu_usage


[docs]def get_request_api_cpu_usage(): """Get the amount of CPU used so far by API calls during the current request. Returns the number of megacycles used so far by API calls for the current request. Does not include CPU used by code in the request itself. Does nothing when used in the dev_appserver. """ if apiproxy: return apiproxy.GetRequestApiCpuUsage() return 0
MCYCLES_PER_SECOND = 1200.0 """Megacycles to CPU seconds. Convert by using a 1.2 GHz 64-bit x86 CPU."""
[docs]def megacycles_to_cpu_seconds(mcycles): """Convert an input value in megacycles to CPU-seconds. Returns a double representing the CPU-seconds the input megacycle value converts to. """ return mcycles / MCYCLES_PER_SECOND
[docs]def cpu_seconds_to_megacycles(cpu_secs): """Convert an input value in CPU-seconds to megacycles. Returns an integer representing the megacycles the input CPU-seconds value converts to. """ return int(cpu_secs * MCYCLES_PER_SECOND)

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