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from zope.interface import implements
from twisted.internet import defer
from allmydata.storage.server import si_b2a
from allmydata.util import log, observer
from allmydata.util.assertutil import precondition, _assert
from allmydata.uri import CHKFileVerifierURI
from allmydata.interfaces import IEncryptedUploadable, IDownloadTarget
from twisted.internet.interfaces import IConsumer

from allmydata.immutable import download, upload

import collections

00014 class Repairer(log.PrefixingLogMixin):
    """I generate any shares which were not available and upload them to

    Which servers? Well, I just use the normal upload process, so any servers
    that will take shares. In fact, I even believe servers if they say that
    they already have shares even if attempts to download those shares would
    fail because the shares are corrupted.

    My process of uploading replacement shares proceeds in a segment-wise
    fashion -- first I ask servers if they can hold the new shares, and wait
    until enough have agreed then I download the first segment of the file
    and upload the first block of each replacement share, and only after all
    those blocks have been uploaded do I download the second segment of the
    file and upload the second block of each replacement share to its
    respective server. (I do it this way in order to minimize the amount of
    downloading I have to do and the amount of memory I have to use at any
    one time.)

    If any of the servers to which I am uploading replacement shares fails to
    accept the blocks during this process, then I just stop using that
    server, abandon any share-uploads that were going to that server, and
    proceed to finish uploading the remaining shares to their respective
    servers. At the end of my work, I produce an object which satisfies the
    ICheckAndRepairResults interface (by firing the deferred that I returned
    from start() and passing that check-and-repair-results object).

    Before I send any new request to a server, I always ask the 'monitor'
    object that was passed into my constructor whether this task has been
    cancelled (by invoking its raise_if_cancelled() method).

    def __init__(self, client, verifycap, monitor):
        assert precondition(isinstance(verifycap, CHKFileVerifierURI))

        logprefix = si_b2a(verifycap.storage_index)[:5]
        log.PrefixingLogMixin.__init__(self, "allmydata.immutable.repairer",

        self._client = client
        self._verifycap = verifycap
        self._monitor = monitor

    def start(self):
        self.log("starting repair")
        duc = DownUpConnector()
        sb = self._client.get_storage_broker()
        dl = download.CiphertextDownloader(sb, self._verifycap, target=duc,
        ul = upload.CHKUploader(self._client)

        d = defer.Deferred()

        # If the upload or the download fails or is stopped, then the repair
        # failed.
        def _errb(f):
            return None

        # If the upload succeeds, then the repair has succeeded.
        def _cb(res):
        ul.start(duc).addCallbacks(_cb, _errb)

        # If the download fails or is stopped, then the repair failed.
        d2 = dl.start()

        # We ignore the callback from d2.  Is this right?  Ugh.

        return d

class DownUpConnector(log.PrefixingLogMixin):
    implements(IEncryptedUploadable, IDownloadTarget, IConsumer)
    """I act like an 'encrypted uploadable' -- something that a local
    uploader can read ciphertext from in order to upload the ciphertext.
    However, unbeknownst to the uploader, I actually download the ciphertext
    from a CiphertextDownloader instance as it is needed.

    On the other hand, I act like a 'download target' -- something that a
    local downloader can write ciphertext to as it downloads the ciphertext.
    That downloader doesn't realize, of course, that I'm just turning around
    and giving the ciphertext to the uploader."""

    # The theory behind this class is nice: just satisfy two separate
    # interfaces. The implementation is slightly horrible, because of
    # "impedance mismatch" -- the downloader expects to be able to
    # synchronously push data in, and the uploader expects to be able to read
    # data out with a "read(THIS_SPECIFIC_LENGTH)" which returns a deferred.
    # The two interfaces have different APIs for pausing/unpausing. The
    # uploader requests metadata like size and encodingparams which the
    # downloader provides either eventually or not at all (okay I just now
    # extended the downloader to provide encodingparams). Most of this
    # slightly horrible code would disappear if CiphertextDownloader just
    # used this object as an IConsumer (plus maybe a couple of other methods)
    # and if the Uploader simply expected to be treated as an IConsumer (plus
    # maybe a couple of other things).

    def __init__(self, buflim=2**19):
        """If we're already holding at least buflim bytes, then tell the
        downloader to pause until we have less than buflim bytes."""
        log.PrefixingLogMixin.__init__(self, "allmydata.immutable.repairer")
        self.buflim = buflim
        self.bufs = collections.deque() # list of strings
        self.bufsiz = 0 # how many bytes total in bufs

        # list of deferreds which will fire with the requested ciphertext
        self.next_read_ds = collections.deque()

        # how many bytes of ciphertext were requested by each deferred
        self.next_read_lens = collections.deque()

        self._size_osol = observer.OneShotObserverList()
        self._encodingparams_osol = observer.OneShotObserverList()
        self._storageindex_osol = observer.OneShotObserverList()
        self._closed_to_pusher = False

        # once seg size is available, the following attribute will be created
        # to hold it:

        # self.encodingparams # (provided by the object which is pushing data
        # into me, required by the object which is pulling data out of me)

        # open() will create the following attribute:
        # self.size # size of the whole file (provided by the object which is
        # pushing data into me, required by the object which is pulling data
        # out of me)

        # set_upload_status() will create the following attribute:

        # self.upload_status # XXX do we need to actually update this? Is
        # anybody watching the results during a repair?

    def _satisfy_reads_if_possible(self):
        assert bool(self.next_read_ds) == bool(self.next_read_lens)
        while self.next_read_ds and ((self.bufsiz >= self.next_read_lens[0])
                                     or self._closed_to_pusher):
            nrd = self.next_read_ds.popleft()
            nrl = self.next_read_lens.popleft()

            # Pick out the requested number of bytes from self.bufs, turn it
            # into a string, and callback the deferred with that.
            res = []
            ressize = 0
            while ressize < nrl and self.bufs:
                nextbuf = self.bufs.popleft()
                ressize += len(nextbuf)
                if ressize > nrl:
                    extra = ressize - nrl
                    res[-1] = nextbuf[:-extra]
            assert _assert(sum(len(x) for x in res) <= nrl, [len(x) for x in res], nrl)
            assert _assert(sum(len(x) for x in res) == nrl or self._closed_to_pusher, [len(x) for x in res], nrl)
            self.bufsiz -= nrl
            if self.bufsiz < self.buflim and self.producer:

    # methods to satisfy the IConsumer and IDownloadTarget interfaces. (From
    # the perspective of a downloader I am an IDownloadTarget and an
    # IConsumer.)
    def registerProducer(self, producer, streaming):
        assert streaming # We know how to handle only streaming producers.
        self.producer = producer # the downloader
    def unregisterProducer(self):
        self.producer = None
    def open(self, size):
        self.size = size
    def set_encodingparams(self, encodingparams):
        self.encodingparams = encodingparams
    def set_storageindex(self, storageindex):
        self.storageindex = storageindex
    def write(self, data):
        precondition(data) # please don't write empty strings
        self.bufsiz += len(data)
        if self.bufsiz >= self.buflim and self.producer:
    def finish(self):
    def close(self):
        self._closed_to_pusher = True
        # Any reads which haven't been satisfied by now are going to
        # have to be satisfied with short reads.

    # methods to satisfy the IEncryptedUploader interface
    # (From the perspective of an uploader I am an IEncryptedUploadable.)
    def set_upload_status(self, upload_status):
        self.upload_status = upload_status
    def get_size(self):
        if hasattr(self, 'size'): # attribute created by self.open()
            return defer.succeed(self.size)
            return self._size_osol.when_fired()
    def get_all_encoding_parameters(self):
        # We have to learn the encoding params from pusher.
        if hasattr(self, 'encodingparams'):
            # attribute created by self.set_encodingparams()
            return defer.succeed(self.encodingparams)
            return self._encodingparams_osol.when_fired()
    def read_encrypted(self, length, hash_only):
        """Returns a deferred which eventually fired with the requested
        precondition(length) # please don't ask to read 0 bytes
        d = defer.Deferred()
        return d
    def get_storage_index(self):
        # We have to learn the storage index from pusher.
        if hasattr(self, 'storageindex'):
            # attribute created by self.set_storageindex()
            return defer.succeed(self.storageindex)
            return self._storageindex.when_fired()

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