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// Copyright (c) 2011 The LevelDB Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file. See the AUTHORS file for names of contributors.
// The representation of a DBImpl consists of a set of Versions. The
// newest version is called "current". Older versions may be kept
// around to provide a consistent view to live iterators.
// Each Version keeps track of a set of Table files per level. The
// entire set of versions is maintained in a VersionSet.
// Version,VersionSet are thread-compatible, but require external
// synchronization on all accesses.
#include <map>
#include <set>
#include <vector>
#include "db/dbformat.h"
#include "db/version_edit.h"
#include "port/port.h"
#include "leveldb/env.h"
namespace leveldb {
namespace log { class Writer; }
class Compaction;
class Iterator;
class MemTable;
class TableBuilder;
class TableCache;
class Version;
class VersionSet;
class WritableFile;
// Return the smallest index i such that files[i]->largest >= key.
// Return files.size() if there is no such file.
// REQUIRES: "files" contains a sorted list of non-overlapping files.
extern int FindFile(const InternalKeyComparator& icmp,
const std::vector<FileMetaData*>& files,
const Slice& key);
// Returns true iff some file in "files" overlaps the user key range
// [*smallest,*largest].
// smallest==NULL represents a key smaller than all keys in the DB.
// largest==NULL represents a key largest than all keys in the DB.
// REQUIRES: If disjoint_sorted_files, files[] contains disjoint ranges
// in sorted order.
extern bool SomeFileOverlapsRange(
const InternalKeyComparator& icmp,
bool disjoint_sorted_files,
const std::vector<FileMetaData*>& files,
const Slice* smallest_user_key,
const Slice* largest_user_key);
class Version {
// Append to *iters a sequence of iterators that will
// yield the contents of this Version when merged together.
// REQUIRES: This version has been saved (see VersionSet::SaveTo)
void AddIterators(const ReadOptions&, std::vector<Iterator*>* iters);
// Lookup the value for key. If found, store it in *val and
// return OK. Else return a non-OK status. Fills *stats.
// REQUIRES: lock is not held
struct GetStats {
FileMetaData* seek_file;
int seek_file_level;
Status Get(const ReadOptions&, const LookupKey& key, Value* val,
GetStats* stats);
// Adds "stats" into the current state. Returns true if a new
// compaction may need to be triggered, false otherwise.
// REQUIRES: lock is held
bool UpdateStats(const GetStats& stats);
// Reference count management (so Versions do not disappear out from
// under live iterators)
void Ref();
void Unref();
void GetOverlappingInputs(
int level,
const InternalKey* begin, // NULL means before all keys
const InternalKey* end, // NULL means after all keys
std::vector<FileMetaData*>* inputs);
// Returns true iff some file in the specified level overlaps
// some part of [*smallest_user_key,*largest_user_key].
// smallest_user_key==NULL represents a key smaller than all keys in the DB.
// largest_user_key==NULL represents a key largest than all keys in the DB.
bool OverlapInLevel(int level,
const Slice* smallest_user_key,
const Slice* largest_user_key);
// Return the level at which we should place a new memtable compaction
// result that covers the range [smallest_user_key,largest_user_key].
int PickLevelForMemTableOutput(const Slice& smallest_user_key,
const Slice& largest_user_key);
int NumFiles(int level) const { return files_[level].size(); }
const std::vector<FileMetaData*> & GetFileList(int level) const {return files_[level];};
int WritePenalty() const {return write_penalty_; }
// Riak specific repair routine
bool VerifyLevels(int & level, InternalKey & begin, InternalKey & end);
// Return a human readable string that describes this version's contents.
std::string DebugString() const;
friend class Compaction;
friend class VersionSet;
class LevelFileNumIterator;
Iterator* NewConcatenatingIterator(const ReadOptions&, int level) const;
VersionSet* vset_; // VersionSet to which this Version belongs
Version* next_; // Next version in linked list
Version* prev_; // Previous version in linked list
int refs_; // Number of live refs to this version
// List of files per level
USED_BY_NESTED_FRIEND(std::vector<FileMetaData*> files_[config::kNumLevels])
// Next file to compact based on seek stats.
FileMetaData* file_to_compact_;
int file_to_compact_level_;
// Level that should be compacted next and its compaction score.
// Score < 1 means compaction is not strictly needed. These fields
// are initialized by Finalize().
double compaction_score_;
int compaction_level_;
int write_penalty_;
explicit Version(VersionSet* vset)
: vset_(vset), next_(this), prev_(this), refs_(0),
// No copying allowed
Version(const Version&);
void operator=(const Version&);
class VersionSet {
VersionSet(const std::string& dbname,
const Options* options,
TableCache* table_cache,
const InternalKeyComparator*);
// Apply *edit to the current version to form a new descriptor that
// is both saved to persistent state and installed as the new
// current version. Will release *mu while actually writing to the file.
// REQUIRES: *mu is held on entry.
// REQUIRES: no other thread concurrently calls LogAndApply()
Status LogAndApply(VersionEdit* edit, port::Mutex* mu);
// Recover the last saved descriptor from persistent storage.
Status Recover();
// Return the current version.
Version* current() const { return current_; }
// Return the current manifest file number
uint64_t ManifestFileNumber() const { return manifest_file_number_; }
// Allocate and return a new file number
uint64_t NewFileNumber() { return next_file_number_++; }
// Arrange to reuse "file_number" unless a newer file number has
// already been allocated.
// REQUIRES: "file_number" was returned by a call to NewFileNumber().
void ReuseFileNumber(uint64_t file_number) {
if (next_file_number_ == file_number + 1) {
next_file_number_ = file_number;
// Return the number of Table files at the specified level.
size_t NumLevelFiles(int level) const;
// is the specified level overlapped (or if false->sorted)
bool IsLevelOverlapped(int level) const;
// Return the combined file size of all files at the specified level.
int64_t NumLevelBytes(int level) const;
// Return the last sequence number.
uint64_t LastSequence() const { return last_sequence_; }
// Set the last sequence number to s.
void SetLastSequence(uint64_t s) {
assert(s >= last_sequence_);
last_sequence_ = s;
// Mark the specified file number as used.
void MarkFileNumberUsed(uint64_t number);
// Return the current log file number.
uint64_t LogNumber() const { return log_number_; }
// Return the log file number for the log file that is currently
// being compacted, or zero if there is no such log file.
uint64_t PrevLogNumber() const { return prev_log_number_; }
int WriteThrottleUsec(bool active_compaction)
uint64_t penalty=current_->write_penalty_;
return((int)(penalty * env_->GetWriteRate()));
// Pick level and inputs for a new compaction.
// Returns NULL if there is no compaction to be done.
// Otherwise returns a pointer to a heap-allocated object that
// describes the compaction. Caller should delete the result.
Compaction* PickCompaction();
// Return a compaction object for compacting the range [begin,end] in
// the specified level. Returns NULL if there is nothing in that
// level that overlaps the specified range. Caller should delete
// the result.
Compaction* CompactRange(
int level,
const InternalKey* begin,
const InternalKey* end);
// Return the maximum overlapping data (in bytes) at next level for any
// file at a level >= 1.
int64_t MaxNextLevelOverlappingBytes();
// Create an iterator that reads over the compaction inputs for "*c".
// The caller should delete the iterator when no longer needed.
Iterator* MakeInputIterator(Compaction* c);
// Returns true iff some level needs a compaction.
bool NeedsCompaction() const {
Version* v = current_;
return (v->compaction_score_ >= 1) || (v->file_to_compact_ != NULL);
// Add all files listed in any live version to *live.
// May also mutate some internal state.
void AddLiveFiles(std::set<uint64_t>* live);
// Return the approximate offset in the database of the data for
// "key" as of version "v".
uint64_t ApproximateOffsetOf(Version* v, const InternalKey& key);
// Return a human-readable short (single-line) summary of the number
// of files per level. Uses *scratch as backing store.
struct LevelSummaryStorage {
char buffer[100];
const char* LevelSummary(LevelSummaryStorage* scratch) const;
class Builder;
friend class Compaction;
friend class Version;
void Finalize(Version* v);
void GetRange(const std::vector<FileMetaData*>& inputs,
InternalKey* smallest,
InternalKey* largest);
void GetRange2(const std::vector<FileMetaData*>& inputs1,
const std::vector<FileMetaData*>& inputs2,
InternalKey* smallest,
InternalKey* largest);
void SetupOtherInputs(Compaction* c);
// Save current contents to *log
Status WriteSnapshot(log::Writer* log);
void AppendVersion(Version* v);
Env* const env_;
const std::string dbname_;
const Options* const options_;
TableCache* const table_cache_;
const InternalKeyComparator icmp_;
uint64_t next_file_number_;
uint64_t manifest_file_number_;
uint64_t last_sequence_;
uint64_t log_number_;
uint64_t prev_log_number_; // 0 or backing store for memtable being compacted
uint64_t write_rate_usec_; // most recent average rate per key
// Opened lazily
WritableFile* descriptor_file_;
log::Writer* descriptor_log_;
Version dummy_versions_; // Head of circular doubly-linked list of versions.
Version* current_; // == dummy_versions_.prev_
// Per-level key at which the next compaction at that level should start.
// Either an empty string, or a valid InternalKey.
std::string compact_pointer_[config::kNumLevels];
// No copying allowed
VersionSet(const VersionSet&);
void operator=(const VersionSet&);
// A Compaction encapsulates information about a compaction.
class Compaction {
// Return the level that is being compacted. Inputs from "level"
// and "level+1" will be merged to produce a set of "level+1" files.
int level() const { return level_; }
// Return the object that holds the edits to the descriptor done
// by this compaction.
VersionEdit* edit() { return &edit_; }
// "which" must be either 0 or 1
int num_input_files(int which) const { return inputs_[which].size(); }
// Return the ith input file at "level()+which" ("which" must be 0 or 1).
FileMetaData* input(int which, int i) const { return inputs_[which][i]; }
// Maximum size of files to build during this compaction.
uint64_t MaxOutputFileSize() const { return max_output_file_size_; }
// Is this a trivial compaction that can be implemented by just
// moving a single input file to the next level (no merging or splitting)
bool IsTrivialMove() const;
// Add all inputs to this compaction as delete operations to *edit.
void AddInputDeletions(VersionEdit* edit);
// Returns true if the information we have available guarantees that
// the compaction is producing data in "level+1" for which no data exists
// in levels greater than "level+1".
bool IsBaseLevelForKey(const Slice& user_key);
// Returns true iff we should stop building the current output
// before processing "internal_key".
bool ShouldStopBefore(const Slice& internal_key, size_t key_count);
// Release the input version for the compaction, once the compaction
// is successful.
void ReleaseInputs();
friend class Version;
friend class VersionSet;
explicit Compaction(int level);
int level_;
uint64_t max_output_file_size_;
Version* input_version_;
VersionEdit edit_;
// Each compaction reads inputs from "level_" and "level_+1"
std::vector<FileMetaData*> inputs_[2]; // The two sets of inputs
// State used to check for number of of overlapping grandparent files
// (parent == level_ + 1, grandparent == level_ + 2)
std::vector<FileMetaData*> grandparents_;
size_t grandparent_index_; // Index in grandparent_starts_
bool seen_key_; // Some output key has been seen
uint64_t overlapped_bytes_; // Bytes of overlap between current output
// and grandparent files
// State for implementing IsBaseLevelForKey
// level_ptrs_ holds indices into input_version_->levels_: our state
// is that we are positioned at one of the file ranges for each
// higher level than the ones involved in this compaction (i.e. for
// all L >= level_ + 2).
size_t level_ptrs_[config::kNumLevels];
} // namespace leveldb
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