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test_dirnode.py

import time
from zope.interface import implements
from twisted.trial import unittest
from twisted.internet import defer
from allmydata import uri, dirnode
from allmydata.client import Client
from allmydata.immutable import upload
from allmydata.interfaces import IURI, IClient, IMutableFileNode, \
     IDirectoryURI, IReadonlyDirectoryURI, IFileNode, \
     ExistingChildError, NoSuchChildError, \
     IDeepCheckResults, IDeepCheckAndRepairResults, CannotPackUnknownNodeError
from allmydata.mutable.filenode import MutableFileNode
from allmydata.mutable.common import UncoordinatedWriteError
from allmydata.util import hashutil, base32
from allmydata.monitor import Monitor
from allmydata.test.common import make_chk_file_uri, make_mutable_file_uri, \
     FakeDirectoryNode, create_chk_filenode, ErrorMixin
from allmydata.test.no_network import GridTestMixin
from allmydata.check_results import CheckResults, CheckAndRepairResults
from allmydata.unknown import UnknownNode
from base64 import b32decode
import common_util as testutil

# to test dirnode.py, we want to construct a tree of real DirectoryNodes that
# contain pointers to fake files. We start with a fake MutableFileNode that
# stores all of its data in a static table.

class Marker:
    implements(IFileNode, IMutableFileNode) # sure, why not
    def __init__(self, nodeuri):
        if not isinstance(nodeuri, str):
            nodeuri = nodeuri.to_string()
        self.nodeuri = nodeuri
        si = hashutil.tagged_hash("tag1", nodeuri)[:16]
        self.storage_index = si
        fp = hashutil.tagged_hash("tag2", nodeuri)
        self.verifieruri = uri.SSKVerifierURI(storage_index=si, fingerprint=fp)
    def get_uri(self):
        return self.nodeuri
    def get_readonly_uri(self):
        return self.nodeuri
    def get_verify_cap(self):
        return self.verifieruri
    def get_storage_index(self):
        return self.storage_index

    def check(self, monitor, verify=False, add_lease=False):
        r = CheckResults(uri.from_string(self.nodeuri), None)
        r.set_healthy(True)
        r.set_recoverable(True)
        return defer.succeed(r)

    def check_and_repair(self, monitor, verify=False, add_lease=False):
        d = self.check(verify)
        def _got(cr):
            r = CheckAndRepairResults(None)
            r.pre_repair_results = r.post_repair_results = cr
            return r
        d.addCallback(_got)
        return d

# dirnode requires three methods from the client: upload(),
# create_node_from_uri(), and create_empty_dirnode(). Of these, upload() is
# only used by the convenience composite method add_file().

class FakeClient:
    implements(IClient)

    def upload(self, uploadable):
        d = uploadable.get_size()
        d.addCallback(lambda size: uploadable.read(size))
        def _got_data(datav):
            data = "".join(datav)
            n = create_chk_filenode(self, data)
            results = upload.UploadResults()
            results.uri = n.get_uri()
            return results
        d.addCallback(_got_data)
        return d

    def create_node_from_uri(self, u, readcap=None):
        if not u:
            u = readcap
        u = IURI(u)
        if (IDirectoryURI.providedBy(u)
            or IReadonlyDirectoryURI.providedBy(u)):
            return FakeDirectoryNode(self).init_from_uri(u)
        return Marker(u.to_string())

    def create_empty_dirnode(self):
        n = FakeDirectoryNode(self)
        d = n.create()
        d.addCallback(lambda res: n)
        return d

class Dirnode(unittest.TestCase,
              testutil.ShouldFailMixin, testutil.StallMixin, ErrorMixin):
    timeout = 240 # It takes longer than 120 seconds on Francois's arm box.
    def setUp(self):
        self.client = FakeClient()
        # This is a base32-encoded representation of the directory tree
        # root/file1
        # root/file2
        # root/file3
        # as represented after being fed to _pack_contents.
        # We have it here so we can decode it, feed it to 
        # _unpack_contents, and verify that _unpack_contents 
        # works correctly.

        self.known_tree = "GM4TOORVHJTGS3DFGEWDSNJ2KVJESOSDJBFTU33MPB2GS3LZNVYG6N3GGI3WU5TIORTXC3DOMJ2G4NB2MVWXUZDONBVTE5LNGRZWK2LYN55GY23XGNYXQMTOMZUWU5TENN4DG23ZG5UTO2L2NQ2DO6LFMRWDMZJWGRQTUMZ2GEYDUMJQFQYTIMZ22XZKZORX5XS7CAQCSK3URR6QOHISHRCMGER5LRFSZRNAS5ZSALCS6TWFQAE754IVOIKJVK73WZPP3VUUEDTX3WHTBBZ5YX3CEKHCPG3ZWQLYA4QM6LDRCF7TJQYWLIZHKGN5ROA3AUZPXESBNLQQ6JTC2DBJU2D47IZJTLR3PKZ4RVF57XLPWY7FX7SZV3T6IJ3ORFW37FXUPGOE3ROPFNUX5DCGMAQJ3PGGULBRGM3TU6ZCMN2GS3LFEI5CAMJSGQ3DMNRTHA4TOLRUGI3TKNRWGEWCAITUMFUG6ZJCHIQHWITMNFXGW3LPORUW2ZJCHIQDCMRUGY3DMMZYHE3S4NBSG42TMNRRFQQCE3DJNZVWG4TUNFWWKIR2EAYTENBWGY3DGOBZG4XDIMRXGU3DMML5FQQCE3LUNFWWKIR2EAYTENBWGY3DGOBZG4XDIMRXGU3DMML5FQWDGOJRHI2TUZTJNRSTELBZGQ5FKUSJHJBUQSZ2MFYGKZ3SOBSWQ43IO52WO23CNAZWU3DUGVSWSNTIOE5DK33POVTW4ZLNMNWDK6DHPA2GS2THNF2W25DEN5VGY2LQNFRGG5DKNNRHO5TZPFTWI6LNMRYGQ2LCGJTHM4J2GM5DCMB2GQWDCNBSHKVVQBGRYMACKJ27CVQ6O6B4QPR72RFVTGOZUI76XUSWAX73JRV5PYRHMIFYZIA25MXDPGUGML6M2NMRSG4YD4W4K37ZDYSXHMJ3IUVT4F64YTQQVBJFFFOUC7J7LAB2VFCL5UKKGMR2D3F4EPOYC7UYWQZNR5KXHBSNXLCNBX2SNF22DCXJIHSMEKWEWOG5XCJEVVZ7UW5IB6I64XXQSJ34B5CAYZGZIIMR6LBRGMZTU6ZCMN2GS3LFEI5CAMJSGQ3DMNRTHA4TOLRUGMYDEMJYFQQCE5DBNBXWKIR2EB5SE3DJNZVW233UNFWWKIR2EAYTENBWGY3DGOBZG4XDIMZQGIYTQLBAEJWGS3TLMNZHI2LNMURDUIBRGI2DMNRWGM4DSNZOGQZTAMRRHB6SYIBCNV2GS3LFEI5CAMJSGQ3DMNRTHA4TOLRUGMYDEMJYPUWCYMZZGU5DKOTGNFWGKMZMHE2DUVKSJE5EGSCLHJRW25DDPBYTO2DXPB3GM6DBNYZTI6LJMV3DM2LWNB4TU4LWMNSWW3LKORXWK5DEMN3TI23NNE3WEM3SORRGY5THPA3TKNBUMNZG453BOF2GSZLXMVWWI3DJOFZW623RHIZTUMJQHI2SYMJUGI5BOSHWDPG3WKPAVXCF3XMKA7QVIWPRMWJHDTQHD27AHDCPJWDQENQ5H5ZZILTXQNIXXCIW4LKQABU2GCFRG5FHQN7CHD7HF4EKNRZFIV2ZYQIBM7IQU7F4RGB3XCX3FREPBKQ7UCICHVWPCYFGA6OLH3J45LXQ6GWWICJ3PGWJNLZ7PCRNLAPNYUGU6BENS7OXMBEOOFRIZV3PF2FFWZ5WHDPKXERYP7GNHKRMGEZTOOT3EJRXI2LNMURDUIBRGI2DMNRWGM4DSNZOGQZTGNRSGY4SYIBCORQWQ33FEI5CA6ZCNRUW423NN52GS3LFEI5CAMJSGQ3DMNRTHA4TOLRUGMZTMMRWHEWCAITMNFXGWY3SORUW2ZJCHIQDCMRUGY3DMMZYHE3S4NBTGM3DENRZPUWCAITNORUW2ZJCHIQDCMRUGY3DMMZYHE3S4NBTGM3DENRZPUWCY==="

    def test_basic(self):
        d = self.client.create_empty_dirnode()
        def _done(res):
            self.failUnless(isinstance(res, FakeDirectoryNode))
            rep = str(res)
            self.failUnless("RW" in rep)
        d.addCallback(_done)
        return d

    def test_check(self):
        d = self.client.create_empty_dirnode()
        d.addCallback(lambda dn: dn.check(Monitor()))
        def _done(res):
            self.failUnless(res.is_healthy())
        d.addCallback(_done)
        return d

    def _test_deepcheck_create(self):
        # create a small tree with a loop, and some non-directories
        #  root/
        #  root/subdir/
        #  root/subdir/file1
        #  root/subdir/link -> root
        #  root/rodir
        d = self.client.create_empty_dirnode()
        def _created_root(rootnode):
            self._rootnode = rootnode
            return rootnode.create_empty_directory(u"subdir")
        d.addCallback(_created_root)
        def _created_subdir(subdir):
            self._subdir = subdir
            d = subdir.add_file(u"file1", upload.Data("data", None))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: subdir.set_node(u"link", self._rootnode))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: self.client.create_empty_dirnode())
            d.addCallback(lambda dn:
                          self._rootnode.set_uri(u"rodir",
                                                 dn.get_readonly_uri()))
            return d
        d.addCallback(_created_subdir)
        def _done(res):
            return self._rootnode
        d.addCallback(_done)
        return d

    def test_deepcheck(self):
        d = self._test_deepcheck_create()
        d.addCallback(lambda rootnode: rootnode.start_deep_check().when_done())
        def _check_results(r):
            self.failUnless(IDeepCheckResults.providedBy(r))
            c = r.get_counters()
            self.failUnlessEqual(c,
                                 {"count-objects-checked": 4,
                                  "count-objects-healthy": 4,
                                  "count-objects-unhealthy": 0,
                                  "count-objects-unrecoverable": 0,
                                  "count-corrupt-shares": 0,
                                  })
            self.failIf(r.get_corrupt_shares())
            self.failUnlessEqual(len(r.get_all_results()), 4)
        d.addCallback(_check_results)
        return d

    def test_deepcheck_and_repair(self):
        d = self._test_deepcheck_create()
        d.addCallback(lambda rootnode:
                      rootnode.start_deep_check_and_repair().when_done())
        def _check_results(r):
            self.failUnless(IDeepCheckAndRepairResults.providedBy(r))
            c = r.get_counters()
            self.failUnlessEqual(c,
                                 {"count-objects-checked": 4,
                                  "count-objects-healthy-pre-repair": 4,
                                  "count-objects-unhealthy-pre-repair": 0,
                                  "count-objects-unrecoverable-pre-repair": 0,
                                  "count-corrupt-shares-pre-repair": 0,
                                  "count-objects-healthy-post-repair": 4,
                                  "count-objects-unhealthy-post-repair": 0,
                                  "count-objects-unrecoverable-post-repair": 0,
                                  "count-corrupt-shares-post-repair": 0,
                                  "count-repairs-attempted": 0,
                                  "count-repairs-successful": 0,
                                  "count-repairs-unsuccessful": 0,
                                  })
            self.failIf(r.get_corrupt_shares())
            self.failIf(r.get_remaining_corrupt_shares())
            self.failUnlessEqual(len(r.get_all_results()), 4)
        d.addCallback(_check_results)
        return d

    def _mark_file_bad(self, rootnode):
        si = IURI(rootnode.get_uri())._filenode_uri.storage_index
        rootnode._node.bad_shares[si] = "unhealthy"
        return rootnode

    def test_deepcheck_problems(self):
        d = self._test_deepcheck_create()
        d.addCallback(lambda rootnode: self._mark_file_bad(rootnode))
        d.addCallback(lambda rootnode: rootnode.start_deep_check().when_done())
        def _check_results(r):
            c = r.get_counters()
            self.failUnlessEqual(c,
                                 {"count-objects-checked": 4,
                                  "count-objects-healthy": 3,
                                  "count-objects-unhealthy": 1,
                                  "count-objects-unrecoverable": 0,
                                  "count-corrupt-shares": 0,
                                  })
            #self.failUnlessEqual(len(r.get_problems()), 1) # TODO
        d.addCallback(_check_results)
        return d

    def test_readonly(self):
        fileuri = make_chk_file_uri(1234)
        filenode = self.client.create_node_from_uri(fileuri)
        uploadable = upload.Data("some data", convergence="some convergence string")

        d = self.client.create_empty_dirnode()
        def _created(rw_dn):
            d2 = rw_dn.set_uri(u"child", fileuri.to_string())
            d2.addCallback(lambda res: rw_dn)
            return d2
        d.addCallback(_created)

        def _ready(rw_dn):
            ro_uri = rw_dn.get_readonly_uri()
            ro_dn = self.client.create_node_from_uri(ro_uri)
            self.failUnless(ro_dn.is_readonly())
            self.failUnless(ro_dn.is_mutable())

            self.shouldFail(dirnode.NotMutableError, "set_uri ro", None,
                            ro_dn.set_uri, u"newchild", fileuri.to_string())
            self.shouldFail(dirnode.NotMutableError, "set_uri ro", None,
                            ro_dn.set_node, u"newchild", filenode)
            self.shouldFail(dirnode.NotMutableError, "set_nodes ro", None,
                            ro_dn.set_nodes, [ (u"newchild", filenode) ])
            self.shouldFail(dirnode.NotMutableError, "set_uri ro", None,
                            ro_dn.add_file, u"newchild", uploadable)
            self.shouldFail(dirnode.NotMutableError, "set_uri ro", None,
                            ro_dn.delete, u"child")
            self.shouldFail(dirnode.NotMutableError, "set_uri ro", None,
                            ro_dn.create_empty_directory, u"newchild")
            self.shouldFail(dirnode.NotMutableError, "set_metadata_for ro", None,
                            ro_dn.set_metadata_for, u"child", {})
            self.shouldFail(dirnode.NotMutableError, "set_uri ro", None,
                            ro_dn.move_child_to, u"child", rw_dn)
            self.shouldFail(dirnode.NotMutableError, "set_uri ro", None,
                            rw_dn.move_child_to, u"child", ro_dn)
            return ro_dn.list()
        d.addCallback(_ready)
        def _listed(children):
            self.failUnless(u"child" in children)
        d.addCallback(_listed)
        return d

    def failUnlessGreaterThan(self, a, b):
        self.failUnless(a > b, "%r should be > %r" % (a, b))

    def failUnlessGreaterOrEqualThan(self, a, b):
        self.failUnless(a >= b, "%r should be >= %r" % (a, b))

    def test_create(self):
        self.expected_manifest = []
        self.expected_verifycaps = set()
        self.expected_storage_indexes = set()

        d = self.client.create_empty_dirnode()
        def _then(n):
            # /
            self.failUnless(n.is_mutable())
            u = n.get_uri()
            self.failUnless(u)
            self.failUnless(u.startswith("URI:DIR2:"), u)
            u_ro = n.get_readonly_uri()
            self.failUnless(u_ro.startswith("URI:DIR2-RO:"), u_ro)
            u_v = n.get_verify_cap().to_string()
            self.failUnless(u_v.startswith("URI:DIR2-Verifier:"), u_v)
            u_r = n.get_repair_cap().to_string()
            self.failUnlessEqual(u_r, u)
            self.expected_manifest.append( ((), u) )
            self.expected_verifycaps.add(u_v)
            si = n.get_storage_index()
            self.expected_storage_indexes.add(base32.b2a(si))
            expected_si = n._uri._filenode_uri.storage_index
            self.failUnlessEqual(si, expected_si)

            d = n.list()
            d.addCallback(lambda res: self.failUnlessEqual(res, {}))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.has_child(u"missing"))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: self.failIf(res))
            fake_file_uri = make_mutable_file_uri()
            other_file_uri = make_mutable_file_uri()
            m = Marker(fake_file_uri)
            ffu_v = m.get_verify_cap().to_string()
            self.expected_manifest.append( ((u"child",) , m.get_uri()) )
            self.expected_verifycaps.add(ffu_v)
            self.expected_storage_indexes.add(base32.b2a(m.get_storage_index()))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.set_uri(u"child", fake_file_uri.to_string()))
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                          self.shouldFail(ExistingChildError, "set_uri-no",
                                          "child 'child' already exists",
                                          n.set_uri, u"child", other_file_uri.to_string(),
                                          overwrite=False))
            # /
            # /child = mutable

            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.create_empty_directory(u"subdir"))

            # /
            # /child = mutable
            # /subdir = directory
            def _created(subdir):
                self.failUnless(isinstance(subdir, FakeDirectoryNode))
                self.subdir = subdir
                new_v = subdir.get_verify_cap().to_string()
                assert isinstance(new_v, str)
                self.expected_manifest.append( ((u"subdir",), subdir.get_uri()) )
                self.expected_verifycaps.add(new_v)
                si = subdir.get_storage_index()
                self.expected_storage_indexes.add(base32.b2a(si))
            d.addCallback(_created)

            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                          self.shouldFail(ExistingChildError, "mkdir-no",
                                          "child 'subdir' already exists",
                                          n.create_empty_directory, u"subdir",
                                          overwrite=False))

            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.list())
            d.addCallback(lambda children:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(sorted(children.keys()),
                                               sorted([u"child", u"subdir"])))

            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.start_deep_stats().when_done())
            def _check_deepstats(stats):
                self.failUnless(isinstance(stats, dict))
                expected = {"count-immutable-files": 0,
                            "count-mutable-files": 1,
                            "count-literal-files": 0,
                            "count-files": 1,
                            "count-directories": 2,
                            "size-immutable-files": 0,
                            "size-literal-files": 0,
                            #"size-directories": 616, # varies
                            #"largest-directory": 616,
                            "largest-directory-children": 2,
                            "largest-immutable-file": 0,
                            }
                for k,v in expected.iteritems():
                    self.failUnlessEqual(stats[k], v,
                                         "stats[%s] was %s, not %s" %
                                         (k, stats[k], v))
                self.failUnless(stats["size-directories"] > 500,
                                stats["size-directories"])
                self.failUnless(stats["largest-directory"] > 500,
                                stats["largest-directory"])
                self.failUnlessEqual(stats["size-files-histogram"], [])
            d.addCallback(_check_deepstats)

            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.build_manifest().when_done())
            def _check_manifest(res):
                manifest = res["manifest"]
                self.failUnlessEqual(sorted(manifest),
                                     sorted(self.expected_manifest))
                stats = res["stats"]
                _check_deepstats(stats)
                self.failUnlessEqual(self.expected_verifycaps,
                                     res["verifycaps"])
                self.failUnlessEqual(self.expected_storage_indexes,
                                     res["storage-index"])
            d.addCallback(_check_manifest)

            def _add_subsubdir(res):
                return self.subdir.create_empty_directory(u"subsubdir")
            d.addCallback(_add_subsubdir)
            # /
            # /child = mutable
            # /subdir = directory
            # /subdir/subsubdir = directory
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_child_at_path(u"subdir/subsubdir"))
            d.addCallback(lambda subsubdir:
                          self.failUnless(isinstance(subsubdir,
                                                     FakeDirectoryNode)))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_child_at_path(u""))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: self.failUnlessEqual(res.get_uri(),
                                                           n.get_uri()))

            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"child"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(set(metadata.keys()),
                                               set(["tahoe", "ctime", "mtime"])))

            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                          self.shouldFail(NoSuchChildError, "gcamap-no",
                                          "nope",
                                          n.get_child_and_metadata_at_path,
                                          u"subdir/nope"))
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                          n.get_child_and_metadata_at_path(u""))
            def _check_child_and_metadata1(res):
                child, metadata = res
                self.failUnless(isinstance(child, FakeDirectoryNode))
                # edge-metadata needs at least one path segment
                self.failUnlessEqual(sorted(metadata.keys()), [])
            d.addCallback(_check_child_and_metadata1)
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                          n.get_child_and_metadata_at_path(u"child"))

            def _check_child_and_metadata2(res):
                child, metadata = res
                self.failUnlessEqual(child.get_uri(),
                                     fake_file_uri.to_string())
                self.failUnlessEqual(set(metadata.keys()),
                                     set(["tahoe", "ctime", "mtime"]))
            d.addCallback(_check_child_and_metadata2)

            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                          n.get_child_and_metadata_at_path(u"subdir/subsubdir"))
            def _check_child_and_metadata3(res):
                child, metadata = res
                self.failUnless(isinstance(child, FakeDirectoryNode))
                self.failUnlessEqual(set(metadata.keys()),
                                     set(["tahoe", "ctime", "mtime"]))
            d.addCallback(_check_child_and_metadata3)

            # set_uri + metadata
            # it should be possible to add a child without any metadata
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.set_uri(u"c2", fake_file_uri.to_string(), {}))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"c2"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata: self.failUnlessEqual(metadata.keys(), ['tahoe']))

            # You can't override the link timestamps.
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.set_uri(u"c2", fake_file_uri.to_string(), { 'tahoe': {'linkcrtime': "bogus"}}))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"c2"))
            def _has_good_linkcrtime(metadata):
                self.failUnless(metadata.has_key('tahoe'))
                self.failUnless(metadata['tahoe'].has_key('linkcrtime'))
                self.failIfEqual(metadata['tahoe']['linkcrtime'], 'bogus')
            d.addCallback(_has_good_linkcrtime)

            # if we don't set any defaults, the child should get timestamps
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.set_uri(u"c3", fake_file_uri.to_string()))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"c3"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(set(metadata.keys()),
                                               set(["tahoe", "ctime", "mtime"])))

            # or we can add specific metadata at set_uri() time, which
            # overrides the timestamps
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.set_uri(u"c4", fake_file_uri.to_string(),
                                                {"key": "value"}))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"c4"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata:
                              self.failUnless((set(metadata.keys()) == set(["key", "tahoe"])) and
                                              (metadata['key'] == "value"), metadata))

            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"c2"))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"c3"))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"c4"))

            # set_node + metadata
            # it should be possible to add a child without any metadata
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.set_node(u"d2", n, {}))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: self.client.create_empty_dirnode())
            d.addCallback(lambda n2:
                          self.shouldFail(ExistingChildError, "set_node-no",
                                          "child 'd2' already exists",
                                          n.set_node, u"d2", n2,
                                          overwrite=False))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"d2"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata: self.failUnlessEqual(metadata.keys(), ['tahoe']))

            # if we don't set any defaults, the child should get timestamps
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.set_node(u"d3", n))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"d3"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(set(metadata.keys()),
                                               set(["tahoe", "ctime", "mtime"])))

            # or we can add specific metadata at set_node() time, which
            # overrides the timestamps
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.set_node(u"d4", n,
                                                {"key": "value"}))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"d4"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata:
                          self.failUnless((set(metadata.keys()) == set(["key", "tahoe"])) and
                                          (metadata['key'] == "value"), metadata))

            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"d2"))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"d3"))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"d4"))

            # metadata through set_children()
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.set_children([ (u"e1", fake_file_uri.to_string()),
                                                   (u"e2", fake_file_uri.to_string(), {}),
                                                   (u"e3", fake_file_uri.to_string(),
                                                    {"key": "value"}),
                                                   ]))
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                          self.shouldFail(ExistingChildError, "set_children-no",
                                          "child 'e1' already exists",
                                          n.set_children,
                                          [ (u"e1", other_file_uri),
                                            (u"new", other_file_uri), ],
                                          overwrite=False))
            # and 'new' should not have been created
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.list())
            d.addCallback(lambda children: self.failIf(u"new" in children))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"e1"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(set(metadata.keys()),
                                               set(["tahoe", "ctime", "mtime"])))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"e2"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(set(metadata.keys()), set(['tahoe'])))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"e3"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata:
                              self.failUnless((set(metadata.keys()) == set(["key", "tahoe"]))
                                              and (metadata['key'] == "value"), metadata))

            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"e1"))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"e2"))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"e3"))

            # metadata through set_nodes()
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.set_nodes([ (u"f1", n),
                                                    (u"f2", n, {}),
                                                    (u"f3", n,
                                                     {"key": "value"}),
                                                    ]))
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                          self.shouldFail(ExistingChildError, "set_nodes-no",
                                          "child 'f1' already exists",
                                          n.set_nodes,
                                          [ (u"f1", n),
                                            (u"new", n), ],
                                          overwrite=False))
            # and 'new' should not have been created
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.list())
            d.addCallback(lambda children: self.failIf(u"new" in children))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"f1"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(set(metadata.keys()),
                                               set(["tahoe", "ctime", "mtime"])))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"f2"))
            d.addCallback(
                lambda metadata: self.failUnlessEqual(set(metadata.keys()), set(['tahoe'])))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"f3"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata:
                              self.failUnless((set(metadata.keys()) == set(["key", "tahoe"])) and
                                              (metadata['key'] == "value"), metadata))

            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"f1"))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"f2"))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"f3"))


            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                          n.set_metadata_for(u"child",
                                             {"tags": ["web2.0-compatible"]}))
            d.addCallback(lambda n1: n1.get_metadata_for(u"child"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(metadata,
                                               {"tags": ["web2.0-compatible"]}))

            def _start(res):
                self._start_timestamp = time.time()
            d.addCallback(_start)
            # simplejson-1.7.1 (as shipped on Ubuntu 'gutsy') rounds all
            # floats to hundredeths (it uses str(num) instead of repr(num)).
            # simplejson-1.7.3 does not have this bug. To prevent this bug
            # from causing the test to fail, stall for more than a few
            # hundrededths of a second.
            d.addCallback(self.stall, 0.1)
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.add_file(u"timestamps",
                                                 upload.Data("stamp me", convergence="some convergence string")))
            d.addCallback(self.stall, 0.1)
            def _stop(res):
                self._stop_timestamp = time.time()
            d.addCallback(_stop)

            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"timestamps"))
            def _check_timestamp1(metadata):
                self.failUnless("ctime" in metadata)
                self.failUnless("mtime" in metadata)
                self.failUnlessGreaterOrEqualThan(metadata["ctime"],
                                                  self._start_timestamp)
                self.failUnlessGreaterOrEqualThan(self._stop_timestamp,
                                                  metadata["ctime"])
                self.failUnlessGreaterOrEqualThan(metadata["mtime"],
                                                  self._start_timestamp)
                self.failUnlessGreaterOrEqualThan(self._stop_timestamp,
                                                  metadata["mtime"])
                # Our current timestamp rules say that replacing an existing
                # child should preserve the 'ctime' but update the mtime
                self._old_ctime = metadata["ctime"]
                self._old_mtime = metadata["mtime"]
            d.addCallback(_check_timestamp1)
            d.addCallback(self.stall, 2.0) # accomodate low-res timestamps
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.set_node(u"timestamps", n))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"timestamps"))
            def _check_timestamp2(metadata):
                self.failUnlessEqual(metadata["ctime"], self._old_ctime,
                                     "%s != %s" % (metadata["ctime"],
                                                   self._old_ctime))
                self.failUnlessGreaterThan(metadata["mtime"], self._old_mtime)
                return n.delete(u"timestamps")
            d.addCallback(_check_timestamp2)

            # also make sure we can add/update timestamps on a
            # previously-existing child that didn't have any, since there are
            # a lot of 0.7.0-generated edges around out there
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.set_node(u"no_timestamps", n, {}))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.set_node(u"no_timestamps", n))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"no_timestamps"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(set(metadata.keys()),
                                               set(["tahoe", "ctime", "mtime"])))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"no_timestamps"))

            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"subdir"))
            d.addCallback(lambda old_child:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(old_child.get_uri(),
                                               self.subdir.get_uri()))

            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.list())
            d.addCallback(lambda children:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(sorted(children.keys()),
                                               sorted([u"child"])))

            uploadable = upload.Data("some data", convergence="some convergence string")
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.add_file(u"newfile", uploadable))
            d.addCallback(lambda newnode:
                          self.failUnless(IFileNode.providedBy(newnode)))
            other_uploadable = upload.Data("some data", convergence="stuff")
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                          self.shouldFail(ExistingChildError, "add_file-no",
                                          "child 'newfile' already exists",
                                          n.add_file, u"newfile",
                                          other_uploadable,
                                          overwrite=False))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.list())
            d.addCallback(lambda children:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(sorted(children.keys()),
                                               sorted([u"child", u"newfile"])))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"newfile"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(set(metadata.keys()),
                                               set(["tahoe", "ctime", "mtime"])))

            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.add_file(u"newfile-metadata",
                                                 uploadable,
                                                 {"key": "value"}))
            d.addCallback(lambda newnode:
                          self.failUnless(IFileNode.providedBy(newnode)))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.get_metadata_for(u"newfile-metadata"))
            d.addCallback(lambda metadata:
                              self.failUnless((set(metadata.keys()) == set(["key", "tahoe"])) and
                                              (metadata['key'] == "value"), metadata))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.delete(u"newfile-metadata"))

            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.create_empty_directory(u"subdir2"))
            def _created2(subdir2):
                self.subdir2 = subdir2
                # put something in the way, to make sure it gets overwritten
                return subdir2.add_file(u"child", upload.Data("overwrite me",
                                                              "converge"))
            d.addCallback(_created2)

            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                          n.move_child_to(u"child", self.subdir2))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.list())
            d.addCallback(lambda children:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(sorted(children.keys()),
                                               sorted([u"newfile", u"subdir2"])))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: self.subdir2.list())
            d.addCallback(lambda children:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(sorted(children.keys()),
                                               sorted([u"child"])))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: self.subdir2.get(u"child"))
            d.addCallback(lambda child:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(child.get_uri(),
                                               fake_file_uri.to_string()))

            # move it back, using new_child_name=
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                          self.subdir2.move_child_to(u"child", n, u"newchild"))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: n.list())
            d.addCallback(lambda children:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(sorted(children.keys()),
                                               sorted([u"newchild", u"newfile",
                                                       u"subdir2"])))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: self.subdir2.list())
            d.addCallback(lambda children:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(sorted(children.keys()), []))

            # now make sure that we honor overwrite=False
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                          self.subdir2.set_uri(u"newchild", other_file_uri.to_string()))

            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                          self.shouldFail(ExistingChildError, "move_child_to-no",
                                          "child 'newchild' already exists",
                                          n.move_child_to, u"newchild",
                                          self.subdir2,
                                          overwrite=False))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: self.subdir2.get(u"newchild"))
            d.addCallback(lambda child:
                          self.failUnlessEqual(child.get_uri(),
                                               other_file_uri.to_string()))

            return d

        d.addCallback(_then)

        d.addErrback(self.explain_error)
        return d

    def test_unpack_and_pack_behavior(self):
        known_tree = b32decode(self.known_tree)
        d = self.client.create_empty_dirnode()

        def _check_tree(node):
            def check_children(children):
                # Are all the expected child nodes there?
                self.failUnless(children.has_key(u'file1'))
                self.failUnless(children.has_key(u'file2'))
                self.failUnless(children.has_key(u'file3'))

                # Are the metadata for child 3 right?
                file3_rocap = "URI:CHK:cmtcxq7hwxvfxan34yiev6ivhy:qvcekmjtoetdcw4kmi7b3rtblvgx7544crnwaqtiewemdliqsokq:3:10:5"
                file3_rwcap = "URI:CHK:cmtcxq7hwxvfxan34yiev6ivhy:qvcekmjtoetdcw4kmi7b3rtblvgx7544crnwaqtiewemdliqsokq:3:10:5"
                file3_metadata = {'ctime': 1246663897.4336269, 'tahoe': {'linkmotime': 1246663897.4336269, 'linkcrtime': 1246663897.4336269}, 'mtime': 1246663897.4336269}
                self.failUnlessEqual(file3_metadata, children[u'file3'][1])
                self.failUnlessEqual(file3_rocap,
                                     children[u'file3'][0].get_readonly_uri())
                self.failUnlessEqual(file3_rwcap,
                                     children[u'file3'][0].get_uri())

                # Are the metadata for child 2 right?
                file2_rocap = "URI:CHK:apegrpehshwugkbh3jlt5ei6hq:5oougnemcl5xgx4ijgiumtdojlipibctjkbwvyygdymdphib2fvq:3:10:4"
                file2_rwcap = "URI:CHK:apegrpehshwugkbh3jlt5ei6hq:5oougnemcl5xgx4ijgiumtdojlipibctjkbwvyygdymdphib2fvq:3:10:4"
                file2_metadata = {'ctime': 1246663897.430218, 'tahoe': {'linkmotime': 1246663897.430218, 'linkcrtime': 1246663897.430218}, 'mtime': 1246663897.430218}
                self.failUnlessEqual(file2_metadata, children[u'file2'][1])
                self.failUnlessEqual(file2_rocap,
                                     children[u'file2'][0].get_readonly_uri())
                self.failUnlessEqual(file2_rwcap,
                                     children[u'file2'][0].get_uri())

                # Are the metadata for child 1 right?
                file1_rocap = "URI:CHK:olxtimympo7f27jvhtgqlnbtn4:emzdnhk2um4seixozlkw3qx2nfijvdkx3ky7i7izl47yedl6e64a:3:10:10"
                file1_rwcap = "URI:CHK:olxtimympo7f27jvhtgqlnbtn4:emzdnhk2um4seixozlkw3qx2nfijvdkx3ky7i7izl47yedl6e64a:3:10:10"
                file1_metadata = {'ctime': 1246663897.4275661, 'tahoe': {'linkmotime': 1246663897.4275661, 'linkcrtime': 1246663897.4275661}, 'mtime': 1246663897.4275661}
                self.failUnlessEqual(file1_metadata, children[u'file1'][1])
                self.failUnlessEqual(file1_rocap,
                                     children[u'file1'][0].get_readonly_uri())
                self.failUnlessEqual(file1_rwcap,
                                     children[u'file1'][0].get_uri())

            children = node._unpack_contents(known_tree)

            check_children(children)

            packed_children = node._pack_contents(children)

            children = node._unpack_contents(packed_children)

            check_children(children)

        d.addCallback(_check_tree)
        return d

    def test_caching_dict(self):
        d = dirnode.CachingDict()
        d.set_both_items("test", "test2", ("test3", "test4"))
        cached, value = d.get_both_items("test")

        self.failUnlessEqual(cached, "test2")
        self.failUnlessEqual(value, ("test3", "test4"))

        d['test'] = ("test3", "test2")

        cached, value = d.get_both_items("test")

        self.failUnlessEqual(cached, None)
        self.failUnlessEqual(value, ("test3", "test2"))

class FakeMutableFile:
    counter = 0
    def __init__(self, initial_contents=""):
        self.data = initial_contents
        counter = FakeMutableFile.counter
        FakeMutableFile.counter += 1
        writekey = hashutil.ssk_writekey_hash(str(counter))
        fingerprint = hashutil.ssk_pubkey_fingerprint_hash(str(counter))
        self.uri = uri.WriteableSSKFileURI(writekey, fingerprint)
    def get_uri(self):
        return self.uri.to_string()
    def download_best_version(self):
        return defer.succeed(self.data)
    def get_writekey(self):
        return "writekey"
    def is_readonly(self):
        return False
    def is_mutable(self):
        return True
    def modify(self, modifier):
        self.data = modifier(self.data, None, True)
        return defer.succeed(None)

class FakeClient2(Client):
    def __init__(self):
        pass
    def create_mutable_file(self, initial_contents=""):
        return defer.succeed(FakeMutableFile(initial_contents))

class Dirnode2(unittest.TestCase, testutil.ShouldFailMixin):
    def setUp(self):
        self.client = FakeClient2()

    def test_from_future(self):
        # create a dirnode that contains unknown URI types, and make sure we
        # tolerate them properly. Since dirnodes aren't allowed to add
        # unknown node types, we have to be tricky.
        d = self.client.create_empty_dirnode()
        future_writecap = "x-tahoe-crazy://I_am_from_the_future."
        future_readcap = "x-tahoe-crazy-readonly://I_am_from_the_future."
        future_node = UnknownNode(future_writecap, future_readcap)
        def _then(n):
            self._node = n
            return n.set_node(u"future", future_node)
        d.addCallback(_then)

        # we should be prohibited from adding an unknown URI to a directory,
        # since we don't know how to diminish the cap to a readcap (for the
        # dirnode's rocap slot), and we don't want to accidentally grant
        # write access to a holder of the dirnode's readcap.
        d.addCallback(lambda ign:
             self.shouldFail(CannotPackUnknownNodeError,
                             "copy unknown",
                             "cannot pack unknown node as child add",
                             self._node.set_uri, u"add", future_writecap))
        d.addCallback(lambda ign: self._node.list())
        def _check(children):
            self.failUnlessEqual(len(children), 1)
            (fn, metadata) = children[u"future"]
            self.failUnless(isinstance(fn, UnknownNode), fn)
            self.failUnlessEqual(fn.get_uri(), future_writecap)
            self.failUnlessEqual(fn.get_readonly_uri(), future_readcap)
            # but we *should* be allowed to copy this node, because the
            # UnknownNode contains all the information that was in the
            # original directory (readcap and writecap), so we're preserving
            # everything.
            return self._node.set_node(u"copy", fn)
        d.addCallback(_check)
        d.addCallback(lambda ign: self._node.list())
        def _check2(children):
            self.failUnlessEqual(len(children), 2)
            (fn, metadata) = children[u"copy"]
            self.failUnless(isinstance(fn, UnknownNode), fn)
            self.failUnlessEqual(fn.get_uri(), future_writecap)
            self.failUnlessEqual(fn.get_readonly_uri(), future_readcap)
        return d

class DeepStats(unittest.TestCase):
    timeout = 240 # It takes longer than 120 seconds on Francois's arm box.
    def test_stats(self):
        ds = dirnode.DeepStats(None)
        ds.add("count-files")
        ds.add("size-immutable-files", 123)
        ds.histogram("size-files-histogram", 123)
        ds.max("largest-directory", 444)

        s = ds.get_results()
        self.failUnlessEqual(s["count-files"], 1)
        self.failUnlessEqual(s["size-immutable-files"], 123)
        self.failUnlessEqual(s["largest-directory"], 444)
        self.failUnlessEqual(s["count-literal-files"], 0)

        ds.add("count-files")
        ds.add("size-immutable-files", 321)
        ds.histogram("size-files-histogram", 321)
        ds.max("largest-directory", 2)

        s = ds.get_results()
        self.failUnlessEqual(s["count-files"], 2)
        self.failUnlessEqual(s["size-immutable-files"], 444)
        self.failUnlessEqual(s["largest-directory"], 444)
        self.failUnlessEqual(s["count-literal-files"], 0)
        self.failUnlessEqual(s["size-files-histogram"],
                             [ (101, 316, 1), (317, 1000, 1) ])

        ds = dirnode.DeepStats(None)
        for i in range(1, 1100):
            ds.histogram("size-files-histogram", i)
        ds.histogram("size-files-histogram", 4*1000*1000*1000*1000) # 4TB
        s = ds.get_results()
        self.failUnlessEqual(s["size-files-histogram"],
                             [ (1, 3, 3),
                               (4, 10, 7),
                               (11, 31, 21),
                               (32, 100, 69),
                               (101, 316, 216),
                               (317, 1000, 684),
                               (1001, 3162, 99),
                               (3162277660169L, 10000000000000L, 1),
                               ])

class UCWEingMutableFileNode(MutableFileNode):
    please_ucwe_after_next_upload = False

    def _upload(self, new_contents, servermap):
        d = MutableFileNode._upload(self, new_contents, servermap)
        def _ucwe(res):
            if self.please_ucwe_after_next_upload:
                self.please_ucwe_after_next_upload = False
                raise UncoordinatedWriteError()
            return res
        d.addCallback(_ucwe)
        return d
class UCWEingDirectoryNode(dirnode.DirectoryNode):
    filenode_class = UCWEingMutableFileNode


class Deleter(GridTestMixin, unittest.TestCase):
    timeout = 3600 # It takes longer than 433 seconds on Zandr's ARM box.
    def test_retry(self):
        # ticket #550, a dirnode.delete which experiences an
        # UncoordinatedWriteError will fail with an incorrect "you're
        # deleting something which isn't there" NoSuchChildError exception.

        # to trigger this, we start by creating a directory with a single
        # file in it. Then we create a special dirnode that uses a modified
        # MutableFileNode which will raise UncoordinatedWriteError once on
        # demand. We then call dirnode.delete, which ought to retry and
        # succeed.

        self.basedir = self.mktemp()
        self.set_up_grid()
        c0 = self.g.clients[0]
        d = c0.create_empty_dirnode()
        small = upload.Data("Small enough for a LIT", None)
        def _created_dir(dn):
            self.root = dn
            self.root_uri = dn.get_uri()
            return dn.add_file(u"file", small)
        d.addCallback(_created_dir)
        def _do_delete(ignored):
            n = UCWEingDirectoryNode(c0).init_from_uri(self.root_uri)
            assert n._node.please_ucwe_after_next_upload == False
            n._node.please_ucwe_after_next_upload = True
            # This should succeed, not raise an exception
            return n.delete(u"file")
        d.addCallback(_do_delete)

        return d

class Adder(unittest.TestCase,
            testutil.ShouldFailMixin, testutil.StallMixin, ErrorMixin):

    def setUp(self):
        self.client = FakeClient()

    def test_overwrite(self):
        fileuri = make_chk_file_uri(1234)
        filenode = self.client.create_node_from_uri(fileuri)
        d = self.client.create_empty_dirnode()

        def _create_directory_tree(root_node):
            # Build
            # root/file1
            # root/file2
            # root/dir1
            d = root_node.add_file(u'file1', upload.Data("Important Things",
                None))
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                root_node.add_file(u'file2', upload.Data("Sekrit Codes", None)))
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                root_node.create_empty_directory(u"dir1"))
            d.addCallback(lambda res: root_node)
            return d

        d.addCallback(_create_directory_tree)

        def _test_adder(root_node):
            d = root_node.set_node(u'file1', filenode)
            # We've overwritten file1. Let's try it with a directory
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                root_node.create_empty_directory(u'dir2'))
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                root_node.set_node(u'dir2', filenode))
            # We try overwriting a file with a child while also specifying
            # overwrite=False. We should receive an ExistingChildError 
            # when we do this.
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                self.shouldFail(ExistingChildError, "set_node",
                                "child 'file1' already exists",
                               root_node.set_node, u"file1",
                               filenode, overwrite=False))
            # If we try with a directory, we should see the same thing
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                self.shouldFail(ExistingChildError, "set_node",
                                "child 'dir1' already exists",
                                root_node.set_node, u'dir1', filenode,
                                overwrite=False))
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                 root_node.set_node(u'file1', filenode,
                                    overwrite="only-files"))
            d.addCallback(lambda res:
                 self.shouldFail(ExistingChildError, "set_node",
                                "child 'dir1' already exists",
                                root_node.set_node, u'dir1', filenode,
                                overwrite="only-files"))
            return d

        d.addCallback(_test_adder)
        return d

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