This module is the first place to begin with your Python programs that use Backend.AI API functions.
The high-level API functions cannot be used alone – you must initiate a client session first because each session provides proxy attributes that represent API functions and run on the session itself.
To achieve this, during initialization session objects internally construct new types
by combining the
BaseFunction class with the
attributes in each API function classes, and makes the new types bound to itself.
Creating new types every time when creating a new session instance may look weird,
but it is the most convenient way to provide class-methods in the API function
classes to work with specific session instances.
When designing your application, please note that session objects are intended to live long following the process’ lifecycle, instead of to be created and disposed whenever making API requests.
BaseSession(*, config=None, proxy_mode=False)¶
The base abstract class for sessions.
Initializes the session and perform version negotiation.
Terminates the session and releases underlying resources.
Session(*, config=None, proxy_mode=False)¶
A context manager for API client sessions that makes API requests synchronously. You may call simple request-response APIs like a plain Python function, but cannot use streaming APIs based on WebSocket and Server-Sent Events.
Terminates the session. It schedules the
close()coroutine of the underlying aiohttp session and then enqueues a sentinel object to indicate termination. Then it waits until the worker thread to self-terminate by joining.
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The thread that internally executes the asynchronous implementations of the given API functions.
AsyncSession(*, config=None, proxy_mode=False)¶
A context manager for API client sessions that makes API requests asynchronously. You may call all APIs as coroutines. WebSocket-based APIs and SSE-based APIs returns special response types.