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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.
#include <stdint.h>
#include "db/log_format.h"
#include "leveldb/slice.h"
#include "leveldb/status.h"
namespace leveldb {
class SequentialFile;
namespace log {
class Reader {
// Interface for reporting errors.
class Reporter {
virtual ~Reporter();
// Some corruption was detected. "size" is the approximate number
// of bytes dropped due to the corruption.
virtual void Corruption(size_t bytes, const Status& status) = 0;
// Create a reader that will return log records from "*file".
// "*file" must remain live while this Reader is in use.
// If "reporter" is non-NULL, it is notified whenever some data is
// dropped due to a detected corruption. "*reporter" must remain
// live while this Reader is in use.
// If "checksum" is true, verify checksums if available.
// The Reader will start reading at the first record located at physical
// position >= initial_offset within the file.
Reader(SequentialFile* file, Reporter* reporter, bool checksum,
uint64_t initial_offset);
// Read the next record into *record. Returns true if read
// successfully, false if we hit end of the input. May use
// "*scratch" as temporary storage. The contents filled in *record
// will only be valid until the next mutating operation on this
// reader or the next mutation to *scratch.
bool ReadRecord(Slice* record, std::string* scratch);
// Returns the physical offset of the last record returned by ReadRecord.
// Undefined before the first call to ReadRecord.
uint64_t LastRecordOffset();
SequentialFile* const file_;
Reporter* const reporter_;
bool const checksum_;
char* const backing_store_;
Slice buffer_;
bool eof_; // Last Read() indicated EOF by returning < kBlockSize
// Offset of the last record returned by ReadRecord.
uint64_t last_record_offset_;
// Offset of the first location past the end of buffer_.
uint64_t end_of_buffer_offset_;
// Offset at which to start looking for the first record to return
uint64_t const initial_offset_;
// True if we are resynchronizing after a seek (initial_offset_ > 0). In
// particular, a run of kMiddleType and kLastType records can be silently
// skipped in this mode
bool resyncing_;
// Extend record types with the following special values
enum {
kEof = kMaxRecordType + 1,
// Returned whenever we find an invalid physical record.
// Currently there are three situations in which this happens:
// * The record has an invalid CRC (ReadPhysicalRecord reports a drop)
// * The record is a 0-length record (No drop is reported)
// * The record is below constructor's initial_offset (No drop is reported)
kBadRecord = kMaxRecordType + 2
// Skips all blocks that are completely before "initial_offset_".
// Returns true on success. Handles reporting.
bool SkipToInitialBlock();
// Return type, or one of the preceding special values
unsigned int ReadPhysicalRecord(Slice* result);
// Reports dropped bytes to the reporter.
// buffer_ must be updated to remove the dropped bytes prior to invocation.
void ReportCorruption(uint64_t bytes, const char* reason);
void ReportDrop(uint64_t bytes, const Status& reason);
// No copying allowed
Reader(const Reader&);
void operator=(const Reader&);
} // namespace log
} // namespace leveldb