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+= ganapati -- Hadoop HDFS Thrift interface for Ruby
+
+A Ruby thrift lib for interfacing with Hadoop's distributed file system, HDFS.
+
+To install:
+ gem install ganapati
+
+== Starting thrift server
+Documentation in Hadoop for the thrift interface to HDFS is crap. It can be found here[http://wiki.apache.org/hadoop/HDFS-APIs].
+
+As a much simpler and safer way of auto compiling and then starting the thrift interface, use the provided script:
+ bin/hdfs_thrift_server <port>
+
+This will start a thrift server on the given port (after compiling the server code provided in the Hadoop distribution).
+
+== Basic Usage
+ require 'rubygems'
+ require 'ganapati'
+
+ # args are host, port, and optional timeout
+ client = Ganapati::Client.new 'localhost', 1234
+
+ # copy a file to hdfs
+ client.put("/some/file", "/some/hadoop/path")
+
+ # get a file from hadoop
+ client.get("/some/hadoop/path", "/local/path")
+
+ # Create a file
+ f = client.create("/home/someuser/afile.txt")
+ f.write("this is some text")
+ # Always, always close the file
+ f.close
+
+ # Create a file with code block
+ client.create("/home/someuser/afile.txt") { |f|
+ f.write("this is some text")
+ }
+
+ # Open a file for reading and read it
+ c.open('/home/someuser/afile.txt') { |f|
+ puts f.read
+ # or read for specific length from start
+ puts f.read(0, 4)
+ }
+
+ # Open a file for appending and append to it
+ c.append('/home/someuser/afile.txt') { |f|
+ f.write "new data"
+ }
+
+ ## Common file methods are available (chown, chmod, mkdir, stat, etc). Examples:
+ # move a file
+ client.mv "/home/someuser/afile.txt", "/home/someuser/test.txt"
+
+ # remove a file
+ client.rm "/home/someuser/test.txt"
+
+ # test for file existance
+ client.exists? "/home/someuser/test.txt"
+
+ # get a list of all files
+ client.ls "/home"
+
+ client.close
+
+ # Quick and dirty way to print remote file. The run class method takes care of closing the client.
+ puts Ganapati::Client.run('localhost', 1234) { |c| c.open('/home/someuser/afile.txt') { |f| f.read } }
+
+
+
+
+
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+require 'rubygems'
+require 'rake'
+require 'rake/testtask'
+require 'rake/rdoctask'
+require 'rake/gempackagetask'
+
+desc "Create documentation"
+Rake::RDocTask.new("doc") { |rdoc|
+ rdoc.title = "Ganapati - Hadoop HDFS thrift interface for Ruby"
+ rdoc.rdoc_dir = 'docs'
+ rdoc.rdoc_files.include('README.rdoc')
+ rdoc.rdoc_files.include('lib/**/*.rb')
+}
+
+desc "Re-generate thrift files"
+task "regen_thrift" do
+ if ENV['HADOOP_HOME'].nil?
+ puts "You must set your HADOOP_HOME variable before calling this task."
+ return
+ end
+ system "thrift --gen rb -o /tmp #{ENV['HADOOP_HOME']}src/contrib/thriftfs/if/hadoopfs.thrift"
+ system "mv /tmp/gen-rb/* lib/thrift"
+end
+
+spec = Gem::Specification.new do |s|
+ s.name = "ganapati"
+ s.version = "0.0.1"
+ s.authors = ["Brian Muller"]
+ s.date = %q{2011-01-19}
+ s.description = "Hadoop HDFS Thrift interface for Ruby"
+ s.summary = "Simple lib for interfaceing with Hadoop's distributed file system HDFS."
+ s.email = "brian.muller@livingsocial.com"
+ s.files = FileList["lib/**/*"]
+ s.homepage = "https://github.com/livingsocial/ganapati"
+ s.require_paths = ["lib"]
+ s.bindir = "bin"
+ s.executables << 'hdfs_thrift_server'
+ s.rubygems_version = "1.3.5"
+ s.add_dependency('thrift', '>= 0.5.0')
+end
+
+Rake::GemPackageTask.new(spec) do |pkg|
+ pkg.need_zip = true
+ pkg.need_tar = true
+end
+
+desc "Default task: builds gem"
+task :default => [ :gem, :doc ]
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+#!/bin/bash
+JARFILE=$HADOOP_HOME/lib/HadoopThriftServer.jar
+CONTRIBLIB=$HADOOP_HOME/src/contrib/thriftfs/lib
+CLASSPATH=$(ls $HADOOP_HOME/hadoop-core-*.jar):$(ls $HADOOP_HOME/lib/commons-logging-api-*.jar):$CONTRIBLIB/hadoopthriftapi.jar:$CONTRIBLIB/libthrift.jar:$HADOOP_HOME/conf
+
+if [ "$1" == "" ]; then
+ echo "Usage: $0 <port>"
+ exit 1
+fi
+
+if [ ! -e "$JARFILE" ]; then
+ echo "Creating thrift server jar file at $JARFILE"
+ mkdir -p /tmp/HadoopThriftServer
+ javac -classpath $CLASSPATH -d /tmp/HadoopThriftServer/ $CONTRIBLIB/../src/java/org/apache/hadoop/thriftfs/HadoopThriftServer.java
+ jar -cf $JARFILE -C /tmp/HadoopThriftServer/ .
+else
+ echo "Found jar file at $JARFILE"
+fi
+
+java -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote -cp $JARFILE:$CLASSPATH org.apache.hadoop.thriftfs.HadoopThriftServer $1
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+require 'ganapati/client'
+require 'ganapati/hfile'
+
+$:.unshift File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), 'thrift')
+require 'thrift_hadoop_file_system'
+require 'hadoopfs_constants'
+
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+module Ganapati
+
+ class Client
+ def initialize(server, port, timeout=60)
+ socket = Thrift::Socket.new(server, port)
+ @transport = Thrift::BufferedTransport.new(socket)
+ @transport.open
+ protocol = Thrift::BinaryProtocol.new(@transport)
+ @client = ThriftHadoopFileSystem::Client.new(protocol)
+ @client.setInactivityTimeoutPeriod(timeout)
+ end
+
+ def close
+ @transport.close
+ end
+
+ # shutdown the thrift server
+ def shutdown(status=0)
+ @client.shutdown status
+ end
+
+ # copy local file to remote
+ def put(localpath, destpath)
+ create(destpath) { |dest|
+ Kernel.open(localpath) { |source|
+ # read 1 MB at a time
+ while record = source.read(1048576)
+ dest.write(record)
+ end
+ }
+ }
+ end
+
+ # copy remote file to local
+ def get(remotepath, destpath)
+ Kernel.open(destpath, 'w') { |dest|
+ open(remotepath) { |source|
+ size = source.length
+ index = 0
+ while index < size
+ dest.write(source.read(index, 1048576))
+ index += 1048576
+ end
+ }
+ }
+ end
+
+ # for writing to a new file
+ def create(path, &block)
+ file_handle :create, path, &block
+ end
+
+ # for reading
+ def open(path, &block)
+ file_handle :open, path, &block
+ end
+
+ # for appending
+ def append(path, &block)
+ file_handle :append, path, &block
+ end
+
+ def rm(path, recursive=false)
+ @client.rm pname(path), recursive
+ end
+
+ def mv(source, dest)
+ @client.rename pname(source), pname(dest)
+ end
+
+ def mkdir(path)
+ @client.mkdirs pname(path)
+ end
+
+ def exists?(path)
+ @client.exists pname(path)
+ end
+
+ def stat(path)
+ @client.stat pname(path)
+ end
+
+ def ls(path, details=false)
+ statuses = @client.listStatus pname(path)
+ (details) ? statuses : statuses.map { |s| s.path }
+ end
+
+ def chmod(path, mode)
+ @client.chmod pname(path), mode
+ end
+
+ def chown(path, owner, group)
+ @client.chown pname(path), owner, group
+ end
+
+ def set_replication(path, level)
+ @client.setReplication pname(path), level
+ end
+
+ def self.run(server, port)
+ c = Client.new(server, port)
+ result = yield c
+ c.close
+ result
+ end
+
+ private
+ def file_handle(action, path)
+ pathname = pname(path)
+ fh = @client.send action, pathname
+ result = f = HFile.new(@client, fh, pathname)
+ if block_given?
+ result = yield f
+ f.close
+ end
+ result
+ end
+
+ def pname(path)
+ Pathname.new(:pathname => path.to_s)
+ end
+ end
+
+end
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+module Ganapati
+
+ class HFile
+ def initialize(client, handle, pathname)
+ @client = client
+ @handle = handle
+ @pathname = pathname
+ end
+
+ def write(data)
+ call :write, data
+ end
+
+ def read(offset=0, size=nil)
+ size ||= stat.length
+ call :read, offset, size
+ end
+
+ def close
+ call :close
+ end
+
+ def stat
+ @client.stat(@pathname)
+ end
+
+ def length
+ stat.length
+ end
+
+ private
+ def call(method, *args)
+ @client.send method, @handle, *args
+ end
+ end
+
+end
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+#
+# Autogenerated by Thrift
+#
+# DO NOT EDIT UNLESS YOU ARE SURE THAT YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING
+#
+
+require 'hadoopfs_types'
+
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+#
+# Autogenerated by Thrift
+#
+# DO NOT EDIT UNLESS YOU ARE SURE THAT YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING
+#
+
+
+class ThriftHandle
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ ID = -1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ ID => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I64, :name => 'id'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+end
+
+class Pathname
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATHNAME = -1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATHNAME => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRING, :name => 'pathname'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+end
+
+class FileStatus
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+ LENGTH = 2
+ ISDIR = 3
+ BLOCK_REPLICATION = 4
+ BLOCKSIZE = 5
+ MODIFICATION_TIME = 6
+ PERMISSION = 7
+ OWNER = 8
+ GROUP = 9
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRING, :name => 'path'},
+ LENGTH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I64, :name => 'length'},
+ ISDIR => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::BOOL, :name => 'isdir'},
+ BLOCK_REPLICATION => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I16, :name => 'block_replication'},
+ BLOCKSIZE => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I64, :name => 'blocksize'},
+ MODIFICATION_TIME => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I64, :name => 'modification_time'},
+ PERMISSION => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRING, :name => 'permission'},
+ OWNER => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRING, :name => 'owner'},
+ GROUP => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRING, :name => 'group'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+end
+
+class BlockLocation
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ HOSTS = 1
+ NAMES = 2
+ OFFSET = 3
+ LENGTH = 4
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ HOSTS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::LIST, :name => 'hosts', :element => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRING}},
+ NAMES => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::LIST, :name => 'names', :element => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRING}},
+ OFFSET => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I64, :name => 'offset'},
+ LENGTH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I64, :name => 'length'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+end
+
+class MalformedInputException < ::Thrift::Exception
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ def initialize(message=nil)
+ super()
+ self.message = message
+ end
+
+ MESSAGE = -1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ MESSAGE => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRING, :name => 'message'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+end
+
+class ThriftIOException < ::Thrift::Exception
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ def initialize(message=nil)
+ super()
+ self.message = message
+ end
+
+ MESSAGE = -1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ MESSAGE => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRING, :name => 'message'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+end
+
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+#
+# Autogenerated by Thrift
+#
+# DO NOT EDIT UNLESS YOU ARE SURE THAT YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING
+#
+
+require 'thrift'
+require 'hadoopfs_types'
+
+module ThriftHadoopFileSystem
+ class Client
+ include ::Thrift::Client
+
+ def setInactivityTimeoutPeriod(periodInSeconds)
+ send_setInactivityTimeoutPeriod(periodInSeconds)
+ recv_setInactivityTimeoutPeriod()
+ end
+
+ def send_setInactivityTimeoutPeriod(periodInSeconds)
+ send_message('setInactivityTimeoutPeriod', SetInactivityTimeoutPeriod_args, :periodInSeconds => periodInSeconds)
+ end
+
+ def recv_setInactivityTimeoutPeriod()
+ result = receive_message(SetInactivityTimeoutPeriod_result)
+ return
+ end
+
+ def shutdown(status)
+ send_shutdown(status)
+ recv_shutdown()
+ end
+
+ def send_shutdown(status)
+ send_message('shutdown', Shutdown_args, :status => status)
+ end
+
+ def recv_shutdown()
+ result = receive_message(Shutdown_result)
+ return
+ end
+
+ def create(path)
+ send_create(path)
+ return recv_create()
+ end
+
+ def send_create(path)
+ send_message('create', Create_args, :path => path)
+ end
+
+ def recv_create()
+ result = receive_message(Create_result)
+ return result.success unless result.success.nil?
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ raise ::Thrift::ApplicationException.new(::Thrift::ApplicationException::MISSING_RESULT, 'create failed: unknown result')
+ end
+
+ def createFile(path, mode, overwrite, bufferSize, block_replication, blocksize)
+ send_createFile(path, mode, overwrite, bufferSize, block_replication, blocksize)
+ return recv_createFile()
+ end
+
+ def send_createFile(path, mode, overwrite, bufferSize, block_replication, blocksize)
+ send_message('createFile', CreateFile_args, :path => path, :mode => mode, :overwrite => overwrite, :bufferSize => bufferSize, :block_replication => block_replication, :blocksize => blocksize)
+ end
+
+ def recv_createFile()
+ result = receive_message(CreateFile_result)
+ return result.success unless result.success.nil?
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ raise ::Thrift::ApplicationException.new(::Thrift::ApplicationException::MISSING_RESULT, 'createFile failed: unknown result')
+ end
+
+ def open(path)
+ send_open(path)
+ return recv_open()
+ end
+
+ def send_open(path)
+ send_message('open', Open_args, :path => path)
+ end
+
+ def recv_open()
+ result = receive_message(Open_result)
+ return result.success unless result.success.nil?
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ raise ::Thrift::ApplicationException.new(::Thrift::ApplicationException::MISSING_RESULT, 'open failed: unknown result')
+ end
+
+ def append(path)
+ send_append(path)
+ return recv_append()
+ end
+
+ def send_append(path)
+ send_message('append', Append_args, :path => path)
+ end
+
+ def recv_append()
+ result = receive_message(Append_result)
+ return result.success unless result.success.nil?
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ raise ::Thrift::ApplicationException.new(::Thrift::ApplicationException::MISSING_RESULT, 'append failed: unknown result')
+ end
+
+ def write(handle, data)
+ send_write(handle, data)
+ return recv_write()
+ end
+
+ def send_write(handle, data)
+ send_message('write', Write_args, :handle => handle, :data => data)
+ end
+
+ def recv_write()
+ result = receive_message(Write_result)
+ return result.success unless result.success.nil?
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ raise ::Thrift::ApplicationException.new(::Thrift::ApplicationException::MISSING_RESULT, 'write failed: unknown result')
+ end
+
+ def read(handle, offset, size)
+ send_read(handle, offset, size)
+ return recv_read()
+ end
+
+ def send_read(handle, offset, size)
+ send_message('read', Read_args, :handle => handle, :offset => offset, :size => size)
+ end
+
+ def recv_read()
+ result = receive_message(Read_result)
+ return result.success unless result.success.nil?
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ raise ::Thrift::ApplicationException.new(::Thrift::ApplicationException::MISSING_RESULT, 'read failed: unknown result')
+ end
+
+ def close(out)
+ send_close(out)
+ return recv_close()
+ end
+
+ def send_close(out)
+ send_message('close', Close_args, :out => out)
+ end
+
+ def recv_close()
+ result = receive_message(Close_result)
+ return result.success unless result.success.nil?
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ raise ::Thrift::ApplicationException.new(::Thrift::ApplicationException::MISSING_RESULT, 'close failed: unknown result')
+ end
+
+ def rm(path, recursive)
+ send_rm(path, recursive)
+ return recv_rm()
+ end
+
+ def send_rm(path, recursive)
+ send_message('rm', Rm_args, :path => path, :recursive => recursive)
+ end
+
+ def recv_rm()
+ result = receive_message(Rm_result)
+ return result.success unless result.success.nil?
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ raise ::Thrift::ApplicationException.new(::Thrift::ApplicationException::MISSING_RESULT, 'rm failed: unknown result')
+ end
+
+ def rename(path, dest)
+ send_rename(path, dest)
+ return recv_rename()
+ end
+
+ def send_rename(path, dest)
+ send_message('rename', Rename_args, :path => path, :dest => dest)
+ end
+
+ def recv_rename()
+ result = receive_message(Rename_result)
+ return result.success unless result.success.nil?
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ raise ::Thrift::ApplicationException.new(::Thrift::ApplicationException::MISSING_RESULT, 'rename failed: unknown result')
+ end
+
+ def mkdirs(path)
+ send_mkdirs(path)
+ return recv_mkdirs()
+ end
+
+ def send_mkdirs(path)
+ send_message('mkdirs', Mkdirs_args, :path => path)
+ end
+
+ def recv_mkdirs()
+ result = receive_message(Mkdirs_result)
+ return result.success unless result.success.nil?
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ raise ::Thrift::ApplicationException.new(::Thrift::ApplicationException::MISSING_RESULT, 'mkdirs failed: unknown result')
+ end
+
+ def exists(path)
+ send_exists(path)
+ return recv_exists()
+ end
+
+ def send_exists(path)
+ send_message('exists', Exists_args, :path => path)
+ end
+
+ def recv_exists()
+ result = receive_message(Exists_result)
+ return result.success unless result.success.nil?
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ raise ::Thrift::ApplicationException.new(::Thrift::ApplicationException::MISSING_RESULT, 'exists failed: unknown result')
+ end
+
+ def stat(path)
+ send_stat(path)
+ return recv_stat()
+ end
+
+ def send_stat(path)
+ send_message('stat', Stat_args, :path => path)
+ end
+
+ def recv_stat()
+ result = receive_message(Stat_result)
+ return result.success unless result.success.nil?
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ raise ::Thrift::ApplicationException.new(::Thrift::ApplicationException::MISSING_RESULT, 'stat failed: unknown result')
+ end
+
+ def listStatus(path)
+ send_listStatus(path)
+ return recv_listStatus()
+ end
+
+ def send_listStatus(path)
+ send_message('listStatus', ListStatus_args, :path => path)
+ end
+
+ def recv_listStatus()
+ result = receive_message(ListStatus_result)
+ return result.success unless result.success.nil?
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ raise ::Thrift::ApplicationException.new(::Thrift::ApplicationException::MISSING_RESULT, 'listStatus failed: unknown result')
+ end
+
+ def chmod(path, mode)
+ send_chmod(path, mode)
+ recv_chmod()
+ end
+
+ def send_chmod(path, mode)
+ send_message('chmod', Chmod_args, :path => path, :mode => mode)
+ end
+
+ def recv_chmod()
+ result = receive_message(Chmod_result)
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ return
+ end
+
+ def chown(path, owner, group)
+ send_chown(path, owner, group)
+ recv_chown()
+ end
+
+ def send_chown(path, owner, group)
+ send_message('chown', Chown_args, :path => path, :owner => owner, :group => group)
+ end
+
+ def recv_chown()
+ result = receive_message(Chown_result)
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ return
+ end
+
+ def setReplication(path, replication)
+ send_setReplication(path, replication)
+ recv_setReplication()
+ end
+
+ def send_setReplication(path, replication)
+ send_message('setReplication', SetReplication_args, :path => path, :replication => replication)
+ end
+
+ def recv_setReplication()
+ result = receive_message(SetReplication_result)
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ return
+ end
+
+ def getFileBlockLocations(path, start, length)
+ send_getFileBlockLocations(path, start, length)
+ return recv_getFileBlockLocations()
+ end
+
+ def send_getFileBlockLocations(path, start, length)
+ send_message('getFileBlockLocations', GetFileBlockLocations_args, :path => path, :start => start, :length => length)
+ end
+
+ def recv_getFileBlockLocations()
+ result = receive_message(GetFileBlockLocations_result)
+ return result.success unless result.success.nil?
+ raise result.ouch unless result.ouch.nil?
+ raise ::Thrift::ApplicationException.new(::Thrift::ApplicationException::MISSING_RESULT, 'getFileBlockLocations failed: unknown result')
+ end
+
+ end
+
+ class Processor
+ include ::Thrift::Processor
+
+ def process_setInactivityTimeoutPeriod(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, SetInactivityTimeoutPeriod_args)
+ result = SetInactivityTimeoutPeriod_result.new()
+ @handler.setInactivityTimeoutPeriod(args.periodInSeconds)
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'setInactivityTimeoutPeriod', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_shutdown(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, Shutdown_args)
+ result = Shutdown_result.new()
+ @handler.shutdown(args.status)
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'shutdown', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_create(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, Create_args)
+ result = Create_result.new()
+ begin
+ result.success = @handler.create(args.path)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'create', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_createFile(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, CreateFile_args)
+ result = CreateFile_result.new()
+ begin
+ result.success = @handler.createFile(args.path, args.mode, args.overwrite, args.bufferSize, args.block_replication, args.blocksize)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'createFile', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_open(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, Open_args)
+ result = Open_result.new()
+ begin
+ result.success = @handler.open(args.path)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'open', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_append(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, Append_args)
+ result = Append_result.new()
+ begin
+ result.success = @handler.append(args.path)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'append', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_write(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, Write_args)
+ result = Write_result.new()
+ begin
+ result.success = @handler.write(args.handle, args.data)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'write', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_read(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, Read_args)
+ result = Read_result.new()
+ begin
+ result.success = @handler.read(args.handle, args.offset, args.size)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'read', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_close(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, Close_args)
+ result = Close_result.new()
+ begin
+ result.success = @handler.close(args.out)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'close', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_rm(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, Rm_args)
+ result = Rm_result.new()
+ begin
+ result.success = @handler.rm(args.path, args.recursive)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'rm', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_rename(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, Rename_args)
+ result = Rename_result.new()
+ begin
+ result.success = @handler.rename(args.path, args.dest)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'rename', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_mkdirs(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, Mkdirs_args)
+ result = Mkdirs_result.new()
+ begin
+ result.success = @handler.mkdirs(args.path)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'mkdirs', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_exists(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, Exists_args)
+ result = Exists_result.new()
+ begin
+ result.success = @handler.exists(args.path)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'exists', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_stat(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, Stat_args)
+ result = Stat_result.new()
+ begin
+ result.success = @handler.stat(args.path)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'stat', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_listStatus(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, ListStatus_args)
+ result = ListStatus_result.new()
+ begin
+ result.success = @handler.listStatus(args.path)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'listStatus', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_chmod(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, Chmod_args)
+ result = Chmod_result.new()
+ begin
+ @handler.chmod(args.path, args.mode)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'chmod', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_chown(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, Chown_args)
+ result = Chown_result.new()
+ begin
+ @handler.chown(args.path, args.owner, args.group)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'chown', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_setReplication(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, SetReplication_args)
+ result = SetReplication_result.new()
+ begin
+ @handler.setReplication(args.path, args.replication)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'setReplication', seqid)
+ end
+
+ def process_getFileBlockLocations(seqid, iprot, oprot)
+ args = read_args(iprot, GetFileBlockLocations_args)
+ result = GetFileBlockLocations_result.new()
+ begin
+ result.success = @handler.getFileBlockLocations(args.path, args.start, args.length)
+ rescue ThriftIOException => ouch
+ result.ouch = ouch
+ end
+ write_result(result, oprot, 'getFileBlockLocations', seqid)
+ end
+
+ end
+
+ # HELPER FUNCTIONS AND STRUCTURES
+
+ class SetInactivityTimeoutPeriod_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PERIODINSECONDS = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PERIODINSECONDS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I64, :name => 'periodInSeconds'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class SetInactivityTimeoutPeriod_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+
+ FIELDS = {
+
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Shutdown_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ STATUS = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ STATUS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I32, :name => 'status'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Shutdown_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+
+ FIELDS = {
+
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Create_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'path', :class => Pathname}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Create_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ SUCCESS = 0
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ SUCCESS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'success', :class => ThriftHandle},
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class CreateFile_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+ MODE = 2
+ OVERWRITE = 3
+ BUFFERSIZE = 4
+ BLOCK_REPLICATION = 5
+ BLOCKSIZE = 6
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'path', :class => Pathname},
+ MODE => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I16, :name => 'mode'},
+ OVERWRITE => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::BOOL, :name => 'overwrite'},
+ BUFFERSIZE => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I32, :name => 'bufferSize'},
+ BLOCK_REPLICATION => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I16, :name => 'block_replication'},
+ BLOCKSIZE => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I64, :name => 'blocksize'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class CreateFile_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ SUCCESS = 0
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ SUCCESS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'success', :class => ThriftHandle},
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Open_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'path', :class => Pathname}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Open_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ SUCCESS = 0
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ SUCCESS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'success', :class => ThriftHandle},
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Append_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'path', :class => Pathname}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Append_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ SUCCESS = 0
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ SUCCESS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'success', :class => ThriftHandle},
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Write_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ HANDLE = 1
+ DATA = -1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ HANDLE => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'handle', :class => ThriftHandle},
+ DATA => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRING, :name => 'data'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Write_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ SUCCESS = 0
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ SUCCESS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::BOOL, :name => 'success'},
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Read_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ HANDLE = 1
+ OFFSET = -1
+ SIZE = -2
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ HANDLE => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'handle', :class => ThriftHandle},
+ OFFSET => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I64, :name => 'offset'},
+ SIZE => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I32, :name => 'size'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Read_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ SUCCESS = 0
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ SUCCESS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRING, :name => 'success'},
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Close_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ OUT = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ OUT => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'out', :class => ThriftHandle}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Close_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ SUCCESS = 0
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ SUCCESS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::BOOL, :name => 'success'},
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Rm_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+ RECURSIVE = 2
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'path', :class => Pathname},
+ RECURSIVE => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::BOOL, :name => 'recursive'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Rm_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ SUCCESS = 0
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ SUCCESS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::BOOL, :name => 'success'},
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Rename_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+ DEST = 2
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'path', :class => Pathname},
+ DEST => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'dest', :class => Pathname}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Rename_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ SUCCESS = 0
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ SUCCESS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::BOOL, :name => 'success'},
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Mkdirs_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'path', :class => Pathname}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Mkdirs_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ SUCCESS = 0
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ SUCCESS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::BOOL, :name => 'success'},
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Exists_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'path', :class => Pathname}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Exists_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ SUCCESS = 0
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ SUCCESS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::BOOL, :name => 'success'},
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Stat_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'path', :class => Pathname}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Stat_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ SUCCESS = 0
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ SUCCESS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'success', :class => FileStatus},
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class ListStatus_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'path', :class => Pathname}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class ListStatus_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ SUCCESS = 0
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ SUCCESS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::LIST, :name => 'success', :element => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :class => FileStatus}},
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Chmod_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+ MODE = 2
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'path', :class => Pathname},
+ MODE => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I16, :name => 'mode'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Chmod_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Chown_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+ OWNER = 2
+ GROUP = 3
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'path', :class => Pathname},
+ OWNER => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRING, :name => 'owner'},
+ GROUP => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRING, :name => 'group'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class Chown_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class SetReplication_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+ REPLICATION = 2
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'path', :class => Pathname},
+ REPLICATION => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I16, :name => 'replication'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class SetReplication_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class GetFileBlockLocations_args
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ PATH = 1
+ START = 2
+ LENGTH = 3
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ PATH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'path', :class => Pathname},
+ START => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I64, :name => 'start'},
+ LENGTH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::I64, :name => 'length'}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+ class GetFileBlockLocations_result
+ include ::Thrift::Struct, ::Thrift::Struct_Union
+ SUCCESS = 0
+ OUCH = 1
+
+ FIELDS = {
+ SUCCESS => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::LIST, :name => 'success', :element => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :class => BlockLocation}},
+ OUCH => {:type => ::Thrift::Types::STRUCT, :name => 'ouch', :class => ThriftIOException}
+ }
+
+ def struct_fields; FIELDS; end
+
+ def validate
+ end
+
+ ::Thrift::Struct.generate_accessors self
+ end
+
+end
+
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