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Google Cloud Storage file input plugin for Embulk

Build Status

Overview

  • Plugin type: file input
  • Resume supported: yes
  • Cleanup supported: yes

Usage

Install plugin

embulk gem install embulk-input-gcs

Google Service Account Settings

If you chose "private_key" or "json_key" as auth_method, you can get service_account_email and private_key or json_key like below.

  1. Make project at Google Developers Console.

  2. Make "Service Account" with this step.

    Service Account has two specific scopes: read-only, read-write.

    embulk-input-gcs can run "read-only" scopes.

  3. Generate private key in P12(PKCS12) format or json_key, and upload to machine.

run

embulk run /path/to/config.yml

Configuration

  • bucket Google Cloud Storage bucket name (string, required)
  • path_prefix prefix of target keys (string, either of "path_prefix" or "paths" is required)
  • paths list of target keys (array of string, either of "path_prefix" or "paths" is required)
  • path_match_pattern: regexp to match file paths. If a file path doesn't match with this pattern, the file will be skipped (regexp string, optional)
  • incremental: enables incremental loading(boolean, optional. default: true. If incremental loading is enabled, config diff for the next execution will include last_path parameter so that next execution skips files before the path. Otherwise, last_path will not be included.
  • auth_method (string, optional, "private_key", "json_key" or "compute_engine". default value is "private_key")
  • service_account_email Google Cloud Storage service_account_email (string, required when auth_method is private_key)
  • p12_keyfile fullpath of p12 key (string, required when auth_method is private_key)
  • json_keyfile fullpath of json_key (string, required when auth_method is json_key)
  • application_name application name anything you like (string, optional)

Example

in:
  type: gcs
  bucket: my-gcs-bucket
  path_prefix: logs/csv-
  auth_method: private_key #default
  service_account_email: ABCXYZ123ABCXYZ123.gserviceaccount.com
  p12_keyfile: /path/to/p12_keyfile.p12
  application_name: Anything you like

Example for "sample_01.csv.gz" , generated by embulk example

in:
  type: gcs
  bucket: my-gcs-bucket
  path_prefix: sample_
  auth_method: private_key #default
  service_account_email: ABCXYZ123ABCXYZ123.gserviceaccount.com
  p12_keyfile: /path/to/p12_keyfile.p12
  application_name: Anything you like
  decoders:
  - {type: gzip}
  parser:
    charset: UTF-8
    newline: CRLF
    type: csv
    delimiter: ','
    quote: '"'
    header_line: true
    columns:
    - {name: id, type: long}
    - {name: account, type: long}
    - {name: time, type: timestamp, format: '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'}
    - {name: purchase, type: timestamp, format: '%Y%m%d'}
    - {name: comment, type: string}
out: {type: stdout}

To skip files using regexp:

in:
  type: gcs
  bucket: my-gcs-bucket
  path_prefix: logs/csv-
  # ...
  path_match_pattern: \.csv$   # a file will be skipped if its path doesn't match with this pattern
  ## some examples of regexp:
  #path_match_pattern: /archive/         # match files in .../archive/... directory
  #path_match_pattern: /data1/|/data2/   # match files in .../data1/... or .../data2/... directory
  #path_match_pattern: .csv$|.csv.gz$    # match files whose suffix is .csv or .csv.gz

Authentication

There are three methods supported to fetch access token for the service account.

  1. Public-Private key pair of GCP(Google Cloud Platform)'s service account
  2. JSON key of GCP(Google Cloud Platform)'s service account
  3. Pre-defined access token (Google Compute Engine only)

Public-Private key pair of GCP's service account

You first need to create a service account (client ID), download its private key and deploy the key with embulk.

in:
  type: gcs
  auth_method: private_key
  service_account_email: ABCXYZ123ABCXYZ123.gserviceaccount.com
  p12_keyfile: /path/to/p12_keyfile.p12

JSON key of GCP's service account

You first need to create a service account (client ID), download its json key and deploy the key with embulk.

in:
  type: gcs
  auth_method: json_key
  json_keyfile: /path/to/json_keyfile.json

You can also embed contents of json_keyfile at config.yml.

in:
  type: gcs
  auth_method: json_key
  json_keyfile:
    content: |
      {
          "private_key_id": "123456789",
          "private_key": "-----BEGIN PRIVATE KEY-----\nABCDEF",
          "client_email": "..."
       }

Pre-defined access token(GCE only)

On the other hand, you don't need to explicitly create a service account for embulk when you run embulk in Google Compute Engine. In this third authentication method, you need to add the API scope "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/devstorage.read_only" to the scope list of your Compute Engine VM instance, then you can configure embulk like this.

Setting the scope of service account access for instances

in:
  type: gcs
  auth_method: compute_engine

Eventually Consistency

An operation listing objects is eventually consistent although getting objects is strongly consistent, see https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/consistency.

path_prefix uses the objects list API, therefore it would miss some of objects. If you want to avoid such situations, you should use paths option which directly specifies object paths without the objects list API.

Build

./gradlew gem

Test

To run unit tests, we need to configure the following environment variables.

Additionally, following files will be needed to upload to existing GCS bucket.

When environment variables are not set, skip some test cases.

GCP_EMAIL
GCP_P12_KEYFILE
GCP_JSON_KEYFILE
GCP_BUCKET
GCP_BUCKET_DIRECTORY(optional, if needed)

If you're using Mac OS X El Capitan and GUI Applications(IDE), like as follows.

$ vi ~/Library/LaunchAgents/environment.plist
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<plist version="1.0">
<dict>
  <key>Label</key>
  <string>my.startup</string>
  <key>ProgramArguments</key>
  <array>
    <string>sh</string>
    <string>-c</string>
    <string>
      launchctl setenv GCP_EMAIL ABCXYZ123ABCXYZ123.gserviceaccount.com
      launchctl setenv GCP_P12_KEYFILE /path/to/p12_keyfile.p12
      launchctl setenv GCP_JSON_KEYFILE /path/to/json_keyfile.json
      launchctl setenv GCP_BUCKET my-bucket
      launchctl setenv GCP_BUCKET_DIRECTORY unittests
    </string>
  </array>
  <key>RunAtLoad</key>
  <true/>
</dict>
</plist>

$ launchctl load ~/Library/LaunchAgents/environment.plist
$ launchctl getenv GCP_EMAIL //try to get value.

Then start your applications.