ipfscopy

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Published: Aug 24, 2021 License: MIT Imports: 12 Imported by: 0

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IPFS Copy

Migrate your IPFS data to Infura in 3 steps.

ipfs-copy is a migration tool for both existing Infura IPFS users and new users currently self-hosting their data that want to migrate to the new, more reliable, performant Infura IPFS service with all the latest features.

Migration steps:

License

MIT

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Functions

func CalculateRateLimitDuration added in v1.2.0

func CalculateRateLimitDuration(maxReqsPerSec int) time.Duration

func PinCIDsFromFile

func PinCIDsFromFile(ctx context.Context, file io.ReadSeeker, workers int, maxReqsPerSec int, infuraShell *ipfsShell.Shell, failedPinsWriter ipfsPump.FailedBlocksWriter) (successPinsCount uint64, failedPinsCount uint64, err error)

PinCIDsFromFile will open the file, read a CID from each line separated by LB char and pin them in parallel with multiple workers via the pre-configured shell.

func PinCIDsFromSource

func PinCIDsFromSource(ctx context.Context, workers int, maxReqsPerSec int, hasSourceShellListStreaming bool, sourceShell *ipfsShell.Shell, infuraShell *ipfsShell.Shell, failedPinsWriter ipfsPump.FailedBlocksWriter) (successPinsCount uint64, failedPinsCount uint64, err error)

PinCIDsFromSource iterates over all pins, filters Recursive + Direct, and pins then in parallel with multiple workers via the pre-configured shell.

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