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* Make swift's expirer compatible with gluster-swiftPrashanth Pai2016-04-201-0/+8
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Swift's object expirer in kilo series was incompatible with gluster-swift. This change does the following: * Optimizes crawl in account and container server for listing requests for containers and tracker objects in gsexpiring volume. * Enables container server to delete tracker objects from gsexpiring volume. Swift's expirer sends request directly to container server to remove tracker object entry. * delete_tracker_object() is now a common utility function that is invoked from container server and gluster-swift's object expirer. * Run functional test to be run against both swift's object expirer and gluster-swift's object expirer Change-Id: Ib5b7f7f08fe7dda574f6dd80be2f38bdfaee32bc Signed-off-by: Prashanth Pai <> Reviewed-on: Reviewed-by: Thiago da Silva <> Tested-by: Thiago da Silva <>
* Enhance object expirationPrashanth Pai2016-04-151-0/+3
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | This change re-introduces object expiration feature with some internal differences from earlier implementation such as: * Creation of zero-byte tracker object is performed directly on the mount point. Earlier HTTP request was sent to object server for the same. This incurred overhead of metadata creation for these zero-byte files which isn't necessarry as all required information is encoded in the path itself. * Crawling of zero-byte tracker objects is done by the object expirer daemon itself and not container server. * Deletion of tracker object is performed by the object expiration daemon directly on mount point. Deletion of actual data object is not carried out by object expiration daemon directly. The object expirer sends a DELETE request to object server which deletes the actual object. This behaviour is not changed. There is no change in behaviour in comparison with older implementation. This is asserted by re-enabling existing functional tests without any changes. Change-Id: I01dc77cc4db3be3147d54e3aa2a19ed182498900 Signed-off-by: Prashanth Pai <> Reviewed-on: Reviewed-by: Thiago da Silva <> Tested-by: Thiago da Silva <>
* Update repoThiago da Silva2016-01-061-5/+28
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | This is a squashed commit imported from this repo: Contains the follwing commits from above mentioned repo: eb50236 Merge "Backport: Fix metadata overall limits bug" into icehouse 79ea52a Backport: Fix metadata overall limits bug bc43f0b Fix inconsistent data being returned on GET ad0bb79 Import HTTPBadRequest from swift's module 74d02e6 Exclude .trashcan dir from container listing b2dbc15 Catch ESTALE in addition to ENOENT 8d60b48 Properly handle read_metadata() exceptions 6762fc6 Fix object server leaking file descriptors 2842e82 Fix API incompatibility in update_metadata() 2beeef6 Merge "Remove swiftkerbauth code" into icehouse 93dbcb5 Update object-expirer.conf with explanations c9d2f09 Merge "Check if /etc/swift exists in ring builder" into icehouse d66c14c Remove swiftkerbauth code 3142ed2 Add object expiration functests 97153d1 Merge "Cleanup functest and undo old patch" into icehouse bc234d0 Remove old travis config file and fix typo 260c8ef Check if /etc/swift exists in ring builder 637dac9 Cleanup functest and undo old patch 051e068 Merge pull request #35 from prashanthpai/backport-1 be104a3 Merge pull request #36 from prashanthpai/backport-2 ff76f42 fix issue with GET on large object (icehouse-backport) 04d0a99 Fix unlink call after successful rename 4c6ca1d updating README file with project name change 10b2680 Merge pull request #18 from thiagol11/icehouse 5bcab8f Updating version on __init__ file 5c2cba2 Merge pull request #15 from thiagol11/update_spec 52b00a8 updating spec file to add dependency on swift icehouse ae7c93b Merge pull request #6 from prashanthpai/rebase 191e55b Revert: allow non-root user to run functests cb7e968 Modify unit tests and func tests d23fd1b Sync with OpenStack Swift v1.13.1 b6d1671 Merge pull request #12 from pushpesh/functionalnosetestremove 962622b Merge pull request #8 from thiagol11/update_readme 4560857 Merge pull request #9 from prashanthpai/spec-expirer be0ae7e Minor update 65000f1 Removing functionalnosetests 8ab1069 Fix object-expirer.conf-gluster RPM build error afee30f added new support filesystem section 527b01f updated to Swift-On-File 9a240c7 Merge pull request #3 from thiagol11/add_jenkins_to_travis 34b5a8b removing blank lines 3568b64 fixing missing fi d8f5b0f adding support to run jenkins triggered by travis 6f4a88c Removing functionalnosetests 8041944 Update c015148 Merge pull request #2 from thiagol11/master 3ddd952 fixing travis file to run correct unit test c582669 adding travis status badge to README 8093096 adding py26 unit testing to travis 37835fd trigger travis build cb6332a adding travis ci testing All tests have been run sucessfully against this. tox -e p2p8,py27,functest Change-Id: I096b611da852d3eb3913844034b443b8272c2ac4 Signed-off-by: Prashanth Pai <> Reviewed-on:
* Add support for Object Expiration featurePrashanth Pai2014-03-241-0/+27
Preventing access to expired objects ------------------------------------ Re-enabled accepting X-Delete-At and X-Delete-After headers. During a GET on an expired object, DiskFileExpired is raised by DiskFile class. This will result in object-server returning HTTPNotFound (404) to the client. Tracking objects to be deleted ------------------------------ Objects to be deleted are tracked using "tracker objects". These are PUT into a special account(a volume, for now). These zero size "tracker objects" have names that contain: * Expiration timestamp * Path of the actual object to be deleted Deleting actual objects from GlusterFS volume --------------------------------------------- The object-expirer daemon runs a pass once every X seconds. For every pass it makes, it queries the special account for "tracker objects". Based on (timestamp, path) present in name of "tracker objects", object-expirer then deletes the actual object and the corresponding tracker object. To run object-expirer forever: swift-init object-expirer start To run just once: swift-object-expirer -o -v /etc/swift/object-expirer.conf Caveat/Limitation: Object-expirer needs a separate account(volume) that is not used by other services like gswauth. By default, this volume is named "gsexpiring" and is configurable. More info about object expiration: Change-Id: I876995bf4f16ef4bfdff901561e0558ecf1dc38f Signed-off-by: Prashanth Pai <> Reviewed-on: Tested-by: Chetan Risbud <> Reviewed-by: pushpesh sharma <> Tested-by: pushpesh sharma <> Reviewed-by: Chetan Risbud <>