Source code for swh.fuse.fuse

# Copyright (C) 2020-2021  The Software Heritage developers
# See the AUTHORS file at the top-level directory of this distribution
# License: GNU General Public License version 3, or any later version
# See top-level LICENSE file for more information

import asyncio
import errno
import functools
import logging
import os
from pathlib import Path
import time
from typing import Any, Dict, List
import urllib.parse

import pyfuse3
import pyfuse3_asyncio
import requests

from swh.fuse import LOGGER_NAME
from swh.fuse.cache import FuseCache
from swh.fuse.fs.entry import FuseDirEntry, FuseEntry, FuseFileEntry, FuseSymlinkEntry
from swh.fuse.fs.mountpoint import Root
from swh.model.swhids import CoreSWHID, ObjectType
from swh.web.client.client import WebAPIClient

[docs]class Fuse(pyfuse3.Operations): """ Software Heritage Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE). Locally mount parts of the archive and navigate it as a virtual file system. """ def __init__(self, root_path: Path, cache: FuseCache, conf: Dict[str, Any]): super(Fuse, self).__init__() self._next_inode: int = pyfuse3.ROOT_INODE self._inode2entry: Dict[int, FuseEntry] = {} # The fuse constructor keyword is propagated up to FuseEntry dataclass, but mypy # 0.812 considers it an unexpected kwarg. Skip typing it. self.root = Root(fuse=self) # type: ignore self.conf = conf self.logger = logging.getLogger(LOGGER_NAME) self.time_ns: int = time.time_ns() # start time, used as timestamp self.gid = os.getgid() self.uid = os.getuid() self.web_api = WebAPIClient( conf["web-api"]["url"], conf["web-api"]["auth-token"] ) self.cache = cache
[docs] def shutdown(self) -> None: pass
def _alloc_inode(self, entry: FuseEntry) -> int: """ Return a unique inode integer for a given entry """ inode = self._next_inode self._next_inode += 1 self._inode2entry[inode] = entry return inode def _remove_inode(self, inode: int) -> None: try: del self._inode2entry[inode] except KeyError: pass try: pyfuse3.invalidate_inode(inode) except FileNotFoundError: pass
[docs] def inode2entry(self, inode: int) -> FuseEntry: """ Return the entry matching a given inode """ try: return self._inode2entry[inode] except KeyError: raise pyfuse3.FUSEError(errno.ENOENT)
[docs] async def get_metadata(self, swhid: CoreSWHID) -> Any: """ Retrieve metadata for a given SWHID using Software Heritage API """ cache = await self.cache.metadata.get(swhid) if cache: return cache try: typify = False # Get the raw JSON from the API # TODO: async web API loop = asyncio.get_event_loop() metadata = await loop.run_in_executor(None, self.web_api.get, swhid, typify) await self.cache.metadata.set(swhid, metadata) # Retrieve it from cache so it is correctly typed return await self.cache.metadata.get(swhid) except requests.HTTPError as err: self.logger.error("Cannot fetch metadata for object %s: %s", swhid, err) raise
[docs] async def get_blob(self, swhid: CoreSWHID) -> bytes: """ Retrieve the blob bytes for a given content SWHID using Software Heritage API """ if swhid.object_type != ObjectType.CONTENT: raise pyfuse3.FUSEError(errno.EINVAL) # Make sure the metadata cache is also populated with the given SWHID await self.get_metadata(swhid) cache = await self.cache.blob.get(swhid) if cache: self.logger.debug("Found blob %s in cache", swhid) return cache try: self.logger.debug("Retrieving blob %s via web API...", swhid) loop = asyncio.get_event_loop() resp = await loop.run_in_executor(None, self.web_api.content_raw, swhid) blob = b"".join(list(resp)) await self.cache.blob.set(swhid, blob) return blob except requests.HTTPError as err: self.logger.error("Cannot fetch blob for object %s: %s", swhid, err) raise
[docs] async def get_history(self, swhid: CoreSWHID) -> List[CoreSWHID]: """ Retrieve a revision's history using Software Heritage Graph API """ if swhid.object_type != ObjectType.REVISION: raise pyfuse3.FUSEError(errno.EINVAL) cache = await self.cache.history.get(swhid) if cache: self.logger.debug( "Found history of %s in cache (%d ancestors)", swhid, len(cache) ) return cache try: # Use the swh-graph API to retrieve the full history very fast self.logger.debug("Retrieving history of %s via graph API...", swhid) call = f"graph/visit/edges/{swhid}?edges=rev:rev" loop = asyncio.get_event_loop() history = await loop.run_in_executor(None, self.web_api._call, call) await self.cache.history.set(history.text) # Retrieve it from cache so it is correctly typed res = await self.cache.history.get(swhid) return res except requests.HTTPError as err: self.logger.error("Cannot fetch history for object %s: %s", swhid, err) # Ignore exception since swh-graph does not necessarily contain the # most recent artifacts from the archive. Computing the full history # from the Web API is too computationally intensive so simply return # an empty list. return []
[docs] async def get_visits(self, url_encoded: str) -> List[Dict[str, Any]]: """ Retrieve origin visits given an encoded-URL using Software Heritage API """ cache = await self.cache.metadata.get_visits(url_encoded) if cache: self.logger.debug( "Found %d visits for origin '%s' in cache", len(cache), url_encoded, ) return cache try: self.logger.debug( "Retrieving visits for origin '%s' via web API...", url_encoded ) typify = False # Get the raw JSON from the API loop = asyncio.get_event_loop() # Web API only takes non-encoded URL url = urllib.parse.unquote_plus(url_encoded) origin_exists = await loop.run_in_executor( None, self.web_api.origin_exists, url ) if not origin_exists: raise ValueError("origin does not exist") visits_it = await loop.run_in_executor( None, functools.partial(self.web_api.visits, url, typify=typify) ) visits = list(visits_it) await self.cache.metadata.set_visits(url_encoded, visits) # Retrieve it from cache so it is correctly typed res = await self.cache.metadata.get_visits(url_encoded) return res except (ValueError, requests.HTTPError) as err: self.logger.error( "Cannot fetch visits for origin '%s': %s", url_encoded, err ) raise
[docs] async def get_attrs(self, entry: FuseEntry) -> pyfuse3.EntryAttributes: """ Return entry attributes """ attrs = pyfuse3.EntryAttributes() attrs.st_size = 0 attrs.st_atime_ns = self.time_ns attrs.st_ctime_ns = self.time_ns attrs.st_mtime_ns = self.time_ns attrs.st_gid = self.gid attrs.st_uid = self.uid attrs.st_ino = entry.inode attrs.st_mode = entry.mode attrs.st_size = await entry.size() return attrs
[docs] async def getattr( self, inode: int, _ctx: pyfuse3.RequestContext ) -> pyfuse3.EntryAttributes: """ Get attributes for a given inode """ entry = self.inode2entry(inode) return await self.get_attrs(entry)
[docs] async def opendir(self, inode: int, _ctx: pyfuse3.RequestContext) -> int: """ Open a directory referred by a given inode """ # Re-use inode as directory handle self.logger.debug("opendir(inode=%d)", inode) return inode
[docs] async def readdir(self, fh: int, offset: int, token: pyfuse3.ReaddirToken) -> None: """ Read entries in an open directory """ # opendir() uses inode as directory handle inode = fh direntry = self.inode2entry(inode) self.logger.debug( "readdir(dirname=%s, fh=%d, offset=%d)",, fh, offset ) assert isinstance(direntry, FuseDirEntry) next_id = offset + 1 try: async for entry in direntry.get_entries(offset): name = os.fsencode( attrs = await self.get_attrs(entry) if not pyfuse3.readdir_reply(token, name, attrs, next_id): break next_id += 1 self._inode2entry[attrs.st_ino] = entry except Exception as err: self.logger.exception("Cannot readdir: %s", err) raise pyfuse3.FUSEError(errno.ENOENT)
[docs] async def open( self, inode: int, _flags: int, _ctx: pyfuse3.RequestContext ) -> pyfuse3.FileInfo: """ Open an inode and return a unique file handle """ # Re-use inode as file handle self.logger.debug("open(inode=%d)", inode) entry = self.inode2entry(inode) return pyfuse3.FileInfo(fh=inode, **entry.file_info_attrs)
[docs] async def read(self, fh: int, offset: int, length: int) -> bytes: """ Read `length` bytes from file handle `fh` at position `offset` """ # open() uses inode as file handle inode = fh entry = self.inode2entry(inode) self.logger.debug( "read(name=%s, fh=%d, offset=%d, length=%d)",, fh, offset, length ) assert isinstance(entry, FuseFileEntry) try: data = await entry.get_content() return data[offset : offset + length] except Exception as err: self.logger.exception("Cannot read: %s", err) raise pyfuse3.FUSEError(errno.ENOENT)
[docs] async def lookup( self, parent_inode: int, name: str, _ctx: pyfuse3.RequestContext ) -> pyfuse3.EntryAttributes: """ Look up a directory entry by name and get its attributes """ name = os.fsdecode(name) parent_entry = self.inode2entry(parent_inode) self.logger.debug( "lookup(parent_name=%s, parent_inode=%d, name=%s)",, parent_inode, name, ) assert isinstance(parent_entry, FuseDirEntry) try: if parent_entry.validate_entry(name): lookup_entry = await parent_entry.lookup(name) if lookup_entry: return await self.get_attrs(lookup_entry) except Exception as err: self.logger.exception("Cannot lookup: %s", err) raise pyfuse3.FUSEError(errno.ENOENT)
[docs]async def main(swhids: List[CoreSWHID], root_path: Path, conf: Dict[str, Any]) -> None: """ swh-fuse CLI entry-point """ # Use pyfuse3 asyncio layer to match the rest of Software Heritage codebase pyfuse3_asyncio.enable() async with FuseCache(conf["cache"]) as cache: fs = Fuse(root_path, cache, conf) # Initially populate the cache for swhid in swhids: try: await fs.get_metadata(swhid) except Exception as err: fs.logger.exception("Cannot prefetch object %s: %s", swhid, err) fuse_options = set(pyfuse3.default_options) fuse_options.add("fsname=swhfs") try: pyfuse3.init(fs, root_path, fuse_options) await pyfuse3.main() except Exception as err: fs.logger.error("Error running FUSE: %s", err) finally: fs.shutdown() pyfuse3.close(unmount=True)