Patches libcloud’s S3 backend to properly sign queries.
Recent versions of libcloud are not affected (they use signature V4), but 1.5.0 (the one in Debian 9) is.
- class swh.objstorage.backends.libcloud.CloudObjStorage(container_name: str, compression: Optional[str] = None, path_prefix: Optional[str] = None, **kwargs)
Abstract ObjStorage that connect to a cloud using Libcloud
Implementations of this class must redefine the _get_provider method to make it return a driver provider (i.e. object that supports get_driver method) which return a LibCloud driver (see https://libcloud.readthedocs.io/en/latest/storage/api.html).
container_name – Name of the base container
path_prefix – prefix to prepend to object paths in the container, separated with a slash
compression – compression algorithm to use for objects
kwargs – extra arguments are passed through to the LibCloud driver
- check_config(*, check_write)
Check the configuration for this object storage
- add(content, obj_id=None, check_presence=True)
Add a new object to the object storage.
content (bytes) – object’s raw content to add in storage.
obj_id (bytes) – checksum of [bytes] using [ID_HASH_ALGO] algorithm. When given, obj_id will be trusted to match the bytes. If missing, obj_id will be computed on the fly.
check_presence (bool) – indicate if the presence of the content should be verified before adding the file.
the id (bytes) of the object into the storage.
- restore(content, obj_id=None)
Restore a content that have been corrupted.
This function is identical to add but does not check if the object id is already in the file system. The default implementation provided by the current class is suitable for most cases.
Retrieve the content of a given object.
Perform an integrity check for a given object.
Verify that the file object is in place and that the content matches the object id.
- class swh.objstorage.backends.libcloud.AwsCloudObjStorage(container_name: str, compression: Optional[str] = None, path_prefix: Optional[str] = None, **kwargs)
Amazon’s S3 Cloud-based object storage