filestore

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Published: May 10, 2018 License: MIT Imports: 17 Imported by: 0

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Overview

Package filestore implements a Blockstore which is able to read certain blocks of data directly from its original location in the filesystem.

In a Filestore, object leaves are stored as FilestoreNodes. FilestoreNodes include a filesystem path and an offset, allowing a Blockstore dealing with such blocks to avoid storing the whole contents and reading them from their filesystem location instead.

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Constants

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Variables

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var FilestorePrefix = ds.NewKey("filestore")

FilestorePrefix identifies the key prefix for FileManager blocks.

Functions

func ListAll added in v0.4.8

func ListAll(fs *Filestore, fileOrder bool) (func() *ListRes, error)

ListAll returns a function as an iterator which, once invoked, returns one by one each block in the Filestore's FileManager. ListAll does not verify that the references are valid or whether the raw data is accessible. See VerifyAll().

func VerifyAll added in v0.4.8

func VerifyAll(fs *Filestore, fileOrder bool) (func() *ListRes, error)

VerifyAll returns a function as an iterator which, once invoked, returns one by one each block in the Filestore's FileManager. VerifyAll checks that the reference is valid and that the block data can be read.

Types

type CorruptReferenceError

type CorruptReferenceError struct {
	Code Status
	Err  error
}

CorruptReferenceError implements the error interface. It is used to indicate that the block contents pointed by the referencing blocks cannot be retrieved (i.e. the file is not found, or the data changed as it was being read).

func (CorruptReferenceError) Error

func (c CorruptReferenceError) Error() string

Error() returns the error message in the CorruptReferenceError as a string.

type FileManager

type FileManager struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

FileManager is a blockstore implementation which stores special blocks FilestoreNode type. These nodes only contain a reference to the actual location of the block data in the filesystem (a path and an offset).

func NewFileManager

func NewFileManager(ds ds.Batching, root string) *FileManager

NewFileManager initializes a new file manager with the given datastore and root. All FilestoreNodes paths are relative to the root path given here, which is prepended for any operations.

func (*FileManager) AllKeysChan

func (f *FileManager) AllKeysChan(ctx context.Context) (<-chan *cid.Cid, error)

AllKeysChan returns a channel from which to read the keys stored in the FileManager. If the given context is cancelled the channel will be closed.

func (*FileManager) DeleteBlock

func (f *FileManager) DeleteBlock(c *cid.Cid) error

DeleteBlock deletes the reference-block from the underlying datastore. It does not touch the referenced data.

func (*FileManager) Get

func (f *FileManager) Get(c *cid.Cid) (blocks.Block, error)

Get reads a block from the datastore. Reading a block is done in two steps: the first step retrieves the reference block from the datastore. The second step uses the stored path and offsets to read the raw block data directly from disk.

func (*FileManager) Has

func (f *FileManager) Has(c *cid.Cid) (bool, error)

Has returns if the FileManager is storing a block reference. It does not validate the data, nor checks if the reference is valid.

func (*FileManager) Put

Put adds a new reference block to the FileManager. It does not check that the reference is valid.

func (*FileManager) PutMany

func (f *FileManager) PutMany(bs []*posinfo.FilestoreNode) error

PutMany is like Put() but takes a slice of blocks instead, allowing it to create a batch transaction.

type Filestore

type Filestore struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Filestore implements a Blockstore by combining a standard Blockstore to store regular blocks and a special Blockstore called FileManager to store blocks which data exists in an external file.

func NewFilestore

func NewFilestore(bs blockstore.Blockstore, fm *FileManager) *Filestore

NewFilestore creates one using the given Blockstore and FileManager.

func (*Filestore) AllKeysChan

func (f *Filestore) AllKeysChan(ctx context.Context) (<-chan *cid.Cid, error)

AllKeysChan returns a channel from which to read the keys stored in the blockstore. If the given context is cancelled the channel will be closed.

func (*Filestore) DeleteBlock

func (f *Filestore) DeleteBlock(c *cid.Cid) error

DeleteBlock deletes the block with the given key from the blockstore. As expected, in the case of FileManager blocks, only the reference is deleted, not its contents. It may return ErrNotFound when the block is not stored.

func (*Filestore) FileManager added in v0.4.8

func (f *Filestore) FileManager() *FileManager

FileManager returns the FileManager in Filestore.

func (*Filestore) Get

func (f *Filestore) Get(c *cid.Cid) (blocks.Block, error)

Get retrieves the block with the given Cid. It may return ErrNotFound when the block is not stored.

func (*Filestore) Has

func (f *Filestore) Has(c *cid.Cid) (bool, error)

Has returns true if the block with the given Cid is stored in the Filestore.

func (*Filestore) HashOnRead added in v0.4.8

func (f *Filestore) HashOnRead(enabled bool)

HashOnRead calls blockstore.HashOnRead.

func (*Filestore) MainBlockstore added in v0.4.8

func (f *Filestore) MainBlockstore() blockstore.Blockstore

MainBlockstore returns the standard Blockstore in the Filestore.

func (*Filestore) Put

func (f *Filestore) Put(b blocks.Block) error

Put stores a block in the Filestore. For blocks of underlying type FilestoreNode, the operation is delegated to the FileManager, while the rest of blocks are handled by the regular blockstore.

func (*Filestore) PutMany

func (f *Filestore) PutMany(bs []blocks.Block) error

PutMany is like Put(), but takes a slice of blocks, allowing the underlying blockstore to perform batch transactions.

type ListRes added in v0.4.8

type ListRes struct {
	Status   Status
	ErrorMsg string
	Key      *cid.Cid
	FilePath string
	Offset   uint64
	Size     uint64
}

ListRes wraps the response of the List*() functions, which allows to obtain and verify blocks stored by the FileManager of a Filestore. It includes information about the referenced block.

func List added in v0.4.8

func List(fs *Filestore, key *cid.Cid) *ListRes

List fetches the block with the given key from the Filemanager of the given Filestore and returns a ListRes object with the information. List does not verify that the reference is valid or whether the raw data is accesible. See Verify().

func Verify added in v0.4.8

func Verify(fs *Filestore, key *cid.Cid) *ListRes

Verify fetches the block with the given key from the Filemanager of the given Filestore and returns a ListRes object with the information. Verify makes sure that the reference is valid and the block data can be read.

func (*ListRes) FormatLong added in v0.4.8

func (r *ListRes) FormatLong() string

FormatLong returns a human readable string for a ListRes object.

type Status added in v0.4.8

type Status int32

Status is used to identify the state of the block data referenced by a FilestoreNode. Among other places, it is used by CorruptReferenceError.

const (
	StatusOk           Status = 0
	StatusFileError    Status = 10 // Backing File Error
	StatusFileNotFound Status = 11 // Backing File Not Found
	StatusFileChanged  Status = 12 // Contents of the file changed
	StatusOtherError   Status = 20 // Internal Error, likely corrupt entry
	StatusKeyNotFound  Status = 30
)

These are the supported Status codes.

func (Status) Format added in v0.4.8

func (s Status) Format() string

Format returns the status formatted as a string with leading 0s.

func (Status) String added in v0.4.8

func (s Status) String() string

String provides a human-readable representation for Status codes.

Directories

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Package datastore_pb is a generated protocol buffer package.
Package datastore_pb is a generated protocol buffer package.

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