Source code for girder.utility.gridfs_assetstore_adapter

import bson
from hashlib import sha512
import io
import pymongo
import time
import uuid

from girder import logger
from import setResponseHeader
from girder.models import getDbConnection
from girder.exceptions import ValidationException
from girder.models.file import File
from . import _hash_state
from .abstract_assetstore_adapter import AbstractAssetstoreAdapter

# 2MB chunks. Clients must not send any chunks that are smaller than this
# unless they are sending the final chunk.
CHUNK_SIZE = 2097152

# Cache recent connections so we can skip some start up actions
_recentConnections = {}

def _ensureChunkIndices(collection):
    Ensure that we have appropriate indices on the chunk collection.

    :param collection: a connection to a mongo collection.
        ('uuid', pymongo.ASCENDING),
        ('n', pymongo.ASCENDING)
    ], unique=True)

[docs]class GridFsAssetstoreAdapter(AbstractAssetstoreAdapter): """ This assetstore type stores files within MongoDB using the GridFS data model. """
[docs] @staticmethod def validateInfo(doc): """ Validate the assetstore -- make sure we can connect to it and that the necessary indexes are set up. """ if not doc.get('db', ''): raise ValidationException('Database name must not be empty.', 'db') if '.' in doc['db'] or ' ' in doc['db']: raise ValidationException('Database name cannot contain spaces' ' or periods.', 'db') try: chunkColl = getDbConnection( doc.get('mongohost'), doc.get('replicaset'), serverSelectionTimeoutMS=10000)[doc['db']].chunk _ensureChunkIndices(chunkColl) except pymongo.errors.ServerSelectionTimeoutError as e: raise ValidationException( 'Could not connect to the database: %s' % str(e)) return doc
[docs] @staticmethod def fileIndexFields(): return ['sha512', 'chunkUuid']
def __init__(self, assetstore): """ :param assetstore: The assetstore to act on. """ super().__init__(assetstore) recent = False try: # Guard in case the connectionArgs is unhashable key = (self.assetstore.get('mongohost'), self.assetstore.get('replicaset')) if key in _recentConnections: recent = (time.time() - _recentConnections[key]['created'] < RECENT_CONNECTION_CACHE_TIME) except TypeError: key = None try: # MongoClient automatically reuses connections from a pool, but we # want to avoid redoing ensureChunkIndices each time we get such a # connection. client = getDbConnection(self.assetstore.get('mongohost'), self.assetstore.get('replicaset'), quiet=recent) self.chunkColl = client[self.assetstore['db']].chunk if not recent: _ensureChunkIndices(self.chunkColl) if key is not None: if len(_recentConnections) >= RECENT_CONNECTION_CACHE_MAX_SIZE: _recentConnections.clear() _recentConnections[key] = { 'created': time.time() } except pymongo.errors.ConnectionFailure: logger.error('Failed to connect to GridFS assetstore %s', self.assetstore['db']) self.chunkColl = 'Failed to connect' self.unavailable = True except pymongo.errors.ConfigurationError: logger.exception('Failed to configure GridFS assetstore %s', self.assetstore['db']) self.chunkColl = 'Failed to configure' self.unavailable = True
[docs] def initUpload(self, upload): """ Creates a UUID that will be used to uniquely link each chunk to """ upload['chunkUuid'] = uuid.uuid4().hex upload['sha512state'] = _hash_state.serializeHex(sha512()) return upload
[docs] def uploadChunk(self, upload, chunk): """ Stores the uploaded chunk in fixed-sized pieces in the chunks collection of this assetstore's database. """ # If we know the chunk size is too large or small, fail early. self.checkUploadSize(upload, self.getChunkSize(chunk)) if isinstance(chunk, str): chunk = chunk.encode('utf8') if isinstance(chunk, bytes): chunk = io.BytesIO(chunk) # Restore the internal state of the streaming SHA-512 checksum checksum = _hash_state.restoreHex(upload['sha512state'], 'sha512') # TODO: when saving uploads is optional, we can conditionally try to # fetch the last chunk. Add these line before `lastChunk = ...`: # lastChunk = None # if '_id' in upload or upload['received'] != 0: lastChunk = self.chunkColl.find_one({ 'uuid': upload['chunkUuid'] }, projection=['n'], sort=[('n', pymongo.DESCENDING)]) if lastChunk: # This bit of code will only do anything if there is a discrepancy # between the received count of the upload record and the length of # the file stored as chunks in the database. This code updates the # sha512 state with the difference before reading the bytes sent # from the user. if self.requestOffset(upload) > upload['received']: # This isn't right -- the last received amount may not be a # complete chunk. cursor = self.chunkColl.find({ 'uuid': upload['chunkUuid'], 'n': {'$gte': upload['received'] // CHUNK_SIZE} }, projection=['data']).sort('n', pymongo.ASCENDING) for result in cursor: checksum.update(result['data']) n = lastChunk['n'] + 1 if lastChunk else 0 size = 0 startingN = n while upload['received'] + size < upload['size']: data = if not data: break # If a timeout occurs while we are trying to load data, we might # have succeeded, in which case we will get a DuplicateKeyError # when it automatically retries. Therefore, log this error but # don't stop. try: self.chunkColl.insert_one({ 'n': n, 'uuid': upload['chunkUuid'], 'data': bson.binary.Binary(data) }) except pymongo.errors.DuplicateKeyError:'Received a DuplicateKeyError while uploading, ' 'probably because we reconnected to the database ' '(chunk uuid %s part %d)', upload['chunkUuid'], n) n += 1 size += len(data) checksum.update(data) chunk.close() try: self.checkUploadSize(upload, size) except ValidationException: # The user tried to upload too much or too little. Delete # everything we added self.chunkColl.delete_many({ 'uuid': upload['chunkUuid'], 'n': {'$gte': startingN} }) raise # Persist the internal state of the checksum upload['sha512state'] = _hash_state.serializeHex(checksum) upload['received'] += size return upload
[docs] def requestOffset(self, upload): """ The offset will be the CHUNK_SIZE * total number of chunks in the database for this file. We return the max of that and the received count because in testing mode we are uploading chunks that are smaller than the CHUNK_SIZE, which in practice will not work. """ lastChunk = self.chunkColl.find_one({ 'uuid': upload['chunkUuid'] }, projection=['n'], sort=[('n', pymongo.DESCENDING)]) if lastChunk is None: offset = 0 else: offset = lastChunk['n'] * CHUNK_SIZE return max(offset, upload['received'])
[docs] def finalizeUpload(self, upload, file): """ Grab the final state of the checksum and set it on the file object, and write the generated UUID into the file itself. """ hash = _hash_state.restoreHex(upload['sha512state'], 'sha512').hexdigest() file['sha512'] = hash file['chunkUuid'] = upload['chunkUuid'] file['chunkSize'] = CHUNK_SIZE return file
[docs] def downloadFile(self, file, offset=0, headers=True, endByte=None, contentDisposition=None, extraParameters=None, **kwargs): """ Returns a generator function that will be used to stream the file from the database to the response. """ if endByte is None or endByte > file['size']: endByte = file['size'] if headers: setResponseHeader('Accept-Ranges', 'bytes') self.setContentHeaders(file, offset, endByte, contentDisposition) # If the file is empty, we stop here if endByte - offset <= 0: return lambda: '' n = 0 chunkOffset = 0 # We must "seek" to the correct chunk index and local offset if offset > 0: n = offset // file['chunkSize'] chunkOffset = offset % file['chunkSize'] cursor = self.chunkColl.find({ 'uuid': file['chunkUuid'], 'n': {'$gte': n} }, projection=['data']).sort('n', pymongo.ASCENDING) def stream(): co = chunkOffset # Can't assign to outer scope without "nonlocal" position = offset shouldBreak = False for chunk in cursor: chunkLen = len(chunk['data']) if position + chunkLen - co > endByte: chunkLen = endByte - position + co shouldBreak = True yield chunk['data'][co:chunkLen] if shouldBreak: break position += chunkLen - co if co > 0: co = 0 return stream
[docs] def deleteFile(self, file): """ Delete all of the chunks in the collection that correspond to the given file. """ q = { 'chunkUuid': file['chunkUuid'], 'assetstoreId': self.assetstore['_id'] } matching = File().find(q, limit=2, projection=[]) if matching.count(True) == 1: # If we can't reach the database, we return anyway. A system check # will be necessary to remove the abandoned file. Since we already # can handle that case, tell Mongo to use a 0 write concern -- we # don't need to know that the chunks have been deleted, and this # can be faster. try: self.chunkColl.with_options( write_concern=pymongo.WriteConcern(w=0)).delete_many( {'uuid': file['chunkUuid']}) except pymongo.errors.AutoReconnect: pass
[docs] def cancelUpload(self, upload): """ Delete all of the chunks associated with a given upload. """ self.chunkColl.delete_many({'uuid': upload['chunkUuid']})