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/*
Copyright 2014 The Camlistore Authors
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at
http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.
*/
// Package memory registers the "memory" blobserver storage type, storing blobs
// in an in-memory map.
package memory // import "camlistore.org/pkg/blobserver/memory"
import (
"bytes"
"context"
"fmt"
"io"
"io/ioutil"
"os"
"sort"
"sync"
"sync/atomic"
"camlistore.org/pkg/blob"
"camlistore.org/pkg/blobserver"
"camlistore.org/pkg/lru"
"go4.org/jsonconfig"
"go4.org/readerutil"
"go4.org/types"
)
// Storage is an in-memory implementation of the blobserver Storage
// interface. It also includes other convenience methods used by
// tests.
//
// Its zero value is usable.
type Storage struct {
maxSize int64 // or zero if no limit
mu sync.RWMutex // guards following 2 fields.
m map[blob.Ref][]byte // maps blob ref to its contents
size int64 // sum of len(values(m))
// lru is non-nil if we're in cache mode.
// Else it maps blobref.String() to a nil value.
lru *lru.Cache
blobsFetched int64 // atomic
bytesFetched int64 // atomic
}
var _ blobserver.BlobStreamer = (*Storage)(nil)
func init() {
blobserver.RegisterStorageConstructor("memory", blobserver.StorageConstructor(newFromConfig))
}
func newFromConfig(_ blobserver.Loader, config jsonconfig.Obj) (blobserver.Storage, error) {
if err := config.Validate(); err != nil {
return nil, err
}
return &Storage{}, nil
}
// NewCache returns a cache that won't store more than size bytes.
// Blobs are evicted in LRU order.
func NewCache(size int64) *Storage {
return &Storage{
maxSize: size,
lru: lru.New(0), // infinite items; we evict by size, not count
}
}
func (s *Storage) Fetch(ref blob.Ref) (file io.ReadCloser, size uint32, err error) {
s.mu.RLock()
defer s.mu.RUnlock()
if s.lru != nil {
s.lru.Get(ref.String()) // force to head
}
if s.m == nil {
err = os.ErrNotExist
return
}
b, ok := s.m[ref]
if !ok {
err = os.ErrNotExist
return
}
size = uint32(len(b))
atomic.AddInt64(&s.blobsFetched, 1)
atomic.AddInt64(&s.bytesFetched, int64(len(b)))
return struct {
*io.SectionReader
io.Closer
}{
io.NewSectionReader(bytes.NewReader(b), 0, int64(size)),
types.NopCloser,
}, size, nil
}
func (s *Storage) SubFetch(ref blob.Ref, offset, length int64) (io.ReadCloser, error) {
if offset < 0 || length < 0 {
return nil, blob.ErrNegativeSubFetch
}
s.mu.RLock()
defer s.mu.RUnlock()
b, ok := s.m[ref]
if !ok {
return nil, os.ErrNotExist
}
if offset > int64(len(b)) {
return nil, blob.ErrOutOfRangeOffsetSubFetch
}
atomic.AddInt64(&s.blobsFetched, 1)
atomic.AddInt64(&s.bytesFetched, length)
return struct {
*io.SectionReader
io.Closer
}{
io.NewSectionReader(bytes.NewReader(b), offset, int64(length)),
types.NopCloser,
}, nil
}
func (s *Storage) ReceiveBlob(br blob.Ref, source io.Reader) (blob.SizedRef, error) {
sb := blob.SizedRef{}
h := br.Hash()
if h == nil {
return sb, fmt.Errorf("Unsupported blobref hash for %s", br)
}
all, err := ioutil.ReadAll(io.TeeReader(source, h))
if err != nil {
return sb, err
}
if !br.HashMatches(h) {
// This is a somewhat redundant check, since
// blobserver.Receive now does it. But for testing code,
// it's worth the cost.
return sb, fmt.Errorf("Hash mismatch receiving blob %s", br)
}
s.mu.Lock()
defer s.mu.Unlock()
if s.m == nil {
s.m = make(map[blob.Ref][]byte)
}
_, had := s.m[br]
if !had {
s.m[br] = all
if s.lru != nil {
s.lru.Add(br.String(), nil)
}
s.size += int64(len(all))
for s.maxSize != 0 && s.size > s.maxSize {
if key, _ := s.lru.RemoveOldest(); key != "" {
s.removeBlobLocked(blob.MustParse(key))
} else {
break // shouldn't happen
}
}
}
return blob.SizedRef{br, uint32(len(all))}, nil
}
func (s *Storage) StatBlobs(dest chan<- blob.SizedRef, blobs []blob.Ref) error {
for _, br := range blobs {
s.mu.RLock()
b, ok := s.m[br]
s.mu.RUnlock()
if ok {
dest <- blob.SizedRef{br, uint32(len(b))}
}
}
return nil
}
func (s *Storage) EnumerateBlobs(ctx context.Context, dest chan<- blob.SizedRef, after string, limit int) error {
defer close(dest)
s.mu.RLock()
defer s.mu.RUnlock()
// TODO(bradfitz): care about keeping this sorted like we used
// to? I think it was more expensive than it was worth before,
// since maintaining it was more costly than how often it was
// used. But perhaps it'd make sense to maintain it lazily:
// construct it on EnumerateBlobs but invalidate it everywhere
// else. Probably doesn't matter much.
sorted := make([]blob.Ref, 0, len(s.m))
for br := range s.m {
sorted = append(sorted, br)
}
sort.Sort(blob.ByRef(sorted))
n := 0
for _, br := range sorted {
if after != "" && br.String() <= after {
continue
}
select {
case dest <- blob.SizedRef{br, uint32(len(s.m[br]))}:
case <-ctx.Done():
return ctx.Err()
}
n++
if limit > 0 && n == limit {
break
}
}
return nil
}
func (s *Storage) StreamBlobs(ctx context.Context, dest chan<- blobserver.BlobAndToken, contToken string) error {
// for this impl, contToken is >= blobref.String()
defer close(dest)
s.mu.RLock()
defer s.mu.RUnlock()
sorted := make([]blob.Ref, 0, len(s.m))
for br := range s.m {
sorted = append(sorted, br)
}
sort.Sort(blob.ByRef(sorted))
for _, br := range sorted {
if br.String() < contToken {
continue
}
select {
case <-ctx.Done():
return ctx.Err()
case dest <- blobserver.BlobAndToken{
Blob: blob.NewBlob(br, uint32(len(s.m[br])), func() readerutil.ReadSeekCloser {
return blob.NewLazyReadSeekCloser(s, br)
}),
Token: br.String(),
}:
}
}
return nil
}
func (s *Storage) RemoveBlobs(blobs []blob.Ref) error {
s.mu.Lock()
defer s.mu.Unlock()
for _, br := range blobs {
s.removeBlobLocked(br)
}
return nil
}
func (s *Storage) removeBlobLocked(br blob.Ref) {
v, had := s.m[br]
if !had {
return
}
s.size -= int64(len(v))
delete(s.m, br)
}
// TODO(mpl): remove or move BlobContents
// See comment in https://camlistore-review.googlesource.com/#/c/3986/24/pkg/blobserver/localdisk/localdisk.go
// BlobContents returns as a string the contents of the blob br.
func (s *Storage) BlobContents(br blob.Ref) (contents string, ok bool) {
s.mu.RLock()
defer s.mu.RUnlock()
b, ok := s.m[br]
if !ok {
return
}
return string(b), true
}
// NumBlobs returns the number of blobs stored in s.
func (s *Storage) NumBlobs() int {
s.mu.RLock()
defer s.mu.RUnlock()
return len(s.m)
}
// SumBlobSize returns the total size in bytes of all the blobs in s.
func (s *Storage) SumBlobSize() int64 {
s.mu.RLock()
defer s.mu.RUnlock()
return s.size
}
// BlobrefStrings returns the sorted stringified blobrefs stored in s.
func (s *Storage) BlobrefStrings() []string {
s.mu.RLock()
defer s.mu.RUnlock()
sorted := make([]string, 0, len(s.m))
for br := range s.m {
sorted = append(sorted, br.String())
}
sort.Strings(sorted)
return sorted
}
// Stats returns the number of blobs and number of bytes that were fetched from s.
func (s *Storage) Stats() (blobsFetched, bytesFetched int64) {
return atomic.LoadInt64(&s.blobsFetched), atomic.LoadInt64(&s.bytesFetched)
}
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