Source code for openquake.commands.upgrade_nrml

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import os
import shutil
import operator
from xml.etree.ElementTree import iterparse

from openquake.baselib import sap
from openquake.baselib.general import groupby
from openquake.baselib.node import context, striptag, Node
from openquake.hazardlib.nrml import NRML05
from openquake.hazardlib import InvalidFile, nrml, sourceconverter
from openquake.hazardlib.sourcewriter import obj_to_node
from openquake.risklib import scientific, read_nrml

[docs]def get_vulnerability_functions_04(fname): """ Parse the vulnerability model in NRML 0.4 format. :param fname: path of the vulnerability file :returns: a dictionary imt, taxonomy -> vulnerability function + vset """ categories = dict(assetCategory=set(), lossCategory=set(), vulnerabilitySetID=set()) imts = set() taxonomies = set() vf_dict = {} # imt, taxonomy -> vulnerability function for vset in categories['assetCategory'].add(vset['assetCategory']) categories['lossCategory'].add(vset['lossCategory']) categories['vulnerabilitySetID'].add(vset['vulnerabilitySetID']) IML = vset.IML imt_str = IML['IMT'] imls = ~IML imts.add(imt_str) for vfun in vset.getnodes('discreteVulnerability'): taxonomy = vfun['vulnerabilityFunctionID'] if taxonomy in taxonomies: raise InvalidFile( 'Duplicated vulnerabilityFunctionID: %s: %s, line %d' % (taxonomy, fname, vfun.lineno)) taxonomies.add(taxonomy) with context(fname, vfun): loss_ratios = ~vfun.lossRatio coefficients = ~vfun.coefficientsVariation if len(loss_ratios) != len(imls): raise InvalidFile( 'There are %d loss ratios, but %d imls: %s, line %d' % (len(loss_ratios), len(imls), fname, vfun.lossRatio.lineno)) if len(coefficients) != len(imls): raise InvalidFile( 'There are %d coefficients, but %d imls: %s, line %d' % (len(coefficients), len(imls), fname, vfun.coefficientsVariation.lineno)) with context(fname, vfun): vf_dict[imt_str, taxonomy] = scientific.VulnerabilityFunction( taxonomy, imt_str, imls, loss_ratios, coefficients, vfun['probabilisticDistribution']) categories['id'] = '_'.join(sorted(categories['vulnerabilitySetID'])) del categories['vulnerabilitySetID'] return vf_dict, categories
[docs]def upgrade_file(path, multipoint): """Upgrade to the latest NRML version""" node0 =[0] shutil.copy(path, path + '.bak') # make a backup of the original file tag = striptag(node0.tag) gml = True if tag == 'vulnerabilityModel': vf_dict, cat_dict = get_vulnerability_functions_04(path) # below I am converting into a NRML 0.5 vulnerabilityModel node0 = Node( 'vulnerabilityModel', cat_dict, nodes=[obj_to_node(val) for val in vf_dict.values()]) gml = False elif tag == 'fragilityModel': node0 = read_nrml.convert_fragility_model_04([0], path) gml = False elif tag == 'sourceModel': node0 =[0] dic = groupby(node0.nodes, operator.itemgetter('tectonicRegion')) node0.nodes = [Node('sourceGroup', dict(tectonicRegion=trt, name="group %s" % i), nodes=srcs) for i, (trt, srcs) in enumerate(dic.items(), 1)] if multipoint: sourceconverter.update_source_model(node0, path + '.bak') with open(path, 'wb') as f: nrml.write([node0], f, gml=gml)
# NB: this works only for migrations from NRML version 0.4 to 0.5 # we will implement a more general solution when we will need to pass # to version 0.6
[docs]@sap.script def upgrade_nrml(directory, dry_run, multipoint): """ Upgrade all the NRML files contained in the given directory to the latest NRML version. Works by walking all subdirectories. WARNING: there is no downgrade! """ for cwd, dirs, files in os.walk(directory): for f in files: path = os.path.join(cwd, f) if f.endswith('.xml'): ip = iterparse(path, events=('start',)) next(ip) # read node zero try: fulltag = next(ip)[1].tag # tag of the first node xmlns, tag = fulltag.split('}') except Exception: # not a NRML file xmlns, tag = '', '' if xmlns[1:] == NRML05: # already upgraded if 'sourceModel' in tag and multipoint: print('upgrading to multiPointSources', path) node0 =[0] sourceconverter.update_source_model(node0, path) with open(path, 'wb') as f: nrml.write([node0], f, gml=True) elif 'nrml/0.4' in xmlns and ( 'vulnerability' in tag or 'fragility' in tag or 'sourceModel' in tag): if not dry_run: print('Upgrading', path) try: upgrade_file(path, multipoint) except Exception as exc: raise print(exc) else: print('Not upgrading', path)
upgrade_nrml.arg('directory', 'directory to consider') upgrade_nrml.flg('dry_run', 'test the upgrade without replacing the files') upgrade_nrml.flg('multipoint', 'replace PointSources with MultiPointSources')