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Chainstore

Chainstore is simple key-value interface to a variety of storage engines organized as a chain of operations. A store adapter is just an engine interface to

Open
,
Close
,
Put
,
Get
, and
Del
. Each store has their own inherent properties and so when chained together, it makes for a useful combinations of data caching, flow and persistence depending on your application.

Here is an example of Boltdb and S3 stores chained together to provide fast read/writes to a local working dataset of 500MB and async S3 access for long-term persistence / retrieval. Check out the LRUManager below too, its wrapped around Boltdb to make sure only the least-recently-used key/values are persisted -- the manager can be used with any of the stores and with the chain, which is pretty nifty. This example is also here: example/main.go.

package main

import ( "fmt" "os" "time" "log"

"github.com/pressly/chainstore"
"github.com/pressly/chainstore/boltstore"
"github.com/pressly/chainstore/lrumgr"
"github.com/pressly/chainstore/metricsmgr"
"github.com/pressly/chainstore/s3store"
"golang.org/x/net/context"

)

var ( bucketID string accessKey string secretKey string )

func init() { bucketID = os.Getenv("S3_BUCKET") accessKey = os.Getenv("S3_ACCESS_KEY") secretKey = os.Getenv("S3_SECRET_KEY") }

func main() { ctx := context.Background()

diskStore := lrumgr.New(500*1024*1024, // 500MB of working data
    metricsmgr.New("chainstore.ex.bolt",
        boltstore.New("/tmp/store.db", "myBucket"),
    ),
)

remoteStore := metricsmgr.New("chainstore.ex.s3",
    // NOTE: you'll have to supply your own keys in order for this example to work properly
    s3store.New(bucketID, accessKey, secretKey),
)

dataStore := chainstore.New(diskStore, remoteStore)

// OR.. define inline. Except, I wanted to show store independence & state.
/*
    dataStore := chainstore.New(
        lrumgr.New(500*1024*1024, // 500MB of working data
            metricsmgr.New("chainstore.ex.bolt",
                boltstore.New("/tmp/store.db", "myBucket"),
            ),
        ),
        metricsmgr.New("chainstore.ex.s3",
            // NOTE: you'll have to supply your own keys in order for this example to work properly
            s3store.New("myBucket", "access-key", "secret-key"),
        ),
    )
*/

var err error

err = dataStore.Open()
if err != nil {
    log.Fatalf("Open: %q", err)
}

// Since we've used the metricsManager above (metricsmgr), any calls to the boltstore
// and s3store will be measured. Next is to send metrics to librato, graphite, influxdb,
// whatever.. via github.com/goware/go-metrics
// go librato.Librato(metrics.DefaultRegistry, 10e9, ...)

//--

// Save the object in the chain. It will be Put() synchronously into diskStore,
// the boltdb engine, and then immediately dispatch background Put()'s to the
// other stores down the chain, in this case S3.
fmt.Println("Example 1...")
obj := []byte{1, 2, 3}
err = dataStore.Put(ctx, "k", obj)
if err != nil {
    log.Fatalf("Put: %q", err)
}
fmt.Println("Put 'k':", obj, "in the chain")

v, err := dataStore.Get(ctx, "k")
if err != nil {
    log.Fatalf("Put: %q", err)
}
fmt.Println("Grabbing 'k' from the chain:", v) // => [1 2 3]

// For demonstration, let's grab the key directly from the store instead of
// through the chain. This is pretty much the same as above, as the chain's Get()
// stops once it finds the object.
v, err = diskStore.Get(ctx, "k")
if err != nil {
    log.Fatalf("Put: %q", err)
}
fmt.Println("Grabbing 'k' directly from boltdb:", v) // => [1 2 3]

// lets pause for a moment and then try to retrieve the value from the s3 store
time.Sleep(1e9)

// Grab the object from s3
v, err = remoteStore.Get(ctx, "k")
if err != nil {
    log.Fatalf("Put: %q", err)
}
fmt.Println("Grabbing 'k' directly from s3:", v) // => [1 2 3]

// Delete the object from everywhere
dataStore.Del(ctx, "k")
time.Sleep(1e9) // pause for s3 demo
v, _ = dataStore.Get(ctx, "k")
fmt.Println("Deleted 'k' from the chain (all stores). Get(k) returns:", v)

//--

// Another interesting behavior of the chain is when doing a Get(), it goes down
// the entire chain looking for the value, and when found, it will Put() that
// object back up the chain for subsequent retrievals. Lets see..
fmt.Println("Example 2...")
obj = []byte("hope you enjoy")
err = dataStore.Put(ctx, "hi", obj)
if err != nil {
    log.Fatalf("Put: %q", err)
}
fmt.Println("Put 'hi':", obj, "in the chain")
time.Sleep(1e9) // lets wait for s3 again with more then enough time

err = diskStore.Del(ctx, "hi")
if err != nil {
    log.Fatalf("Get: %q", err)
}

v, _ = diskStore.Get(ctx, "hi")
fmt.Println("Delete 'hi' from boltdb. diskStore.Get(k) returns:", v)

v, err = dataStore.Get(ctx, "hi")
if err != nil {
    log.Fatalf("Get: %q", err)
}
fmt.Println("Let's ask the chain for 'hi':", v)
time.Sleep(1e9) // pause for bg routine to fill our local cache

// The diskStore now has the value again from remoteStore lower down the chain.
v, err = diskStore.Get(ctx, "hi")
if err != nil {
    log.Fatalf("Get: %q", err)
}
fmt.Println("Now, let's ask our diskStore again! diskStore.Get(k) returns:", v)

// Also.. even though it hasn't been demonstrated here, the diskStore will only
// store a max of 500MB (as defined with diskLru) worth of objects. Give it a shot.

}

/* OUTPUT:

Example 1... Put 'k': [1 2 3] in the chain Grabbing 'k' from the chain: [1 2 3] Grabbing 'k' directly from boltdb: [1 2 3] Grabbing 'k' directly from s3: [1 2 3] Deleted 'k' from the chain (all stores). Get(k) returns: [] Example 2... Put 'hi': [104 111 112 101 32 121 111 117 32 101 110 106 111 121] in the chain Delete 'hi' from boltdb. diskStore.Get(k) returns: [] Let's ask the chain for 'hi': [104 111 112 101 32 121 111 117 32 101 110 106 111 121] Now, let's ask our diskStore again! diskStore.Get(k) returns: [104 111 112 101 32 121 111 117 32 101 110 106 111 121]

*/

Currently supported stores: memory, filesystem, boltdb, leveldb, s3, a lru manager, and a metrics manager that can be layered ontop. You can chain these together for different behaviours, for example the

memstore
implementation is just a simple
map[string][]byte
with the LRU cache manager (
lrumgr
).

Thx to other great projects:

Changelog

TODO / Ideas

  • Error channel where bad puts are communicated so they can be properly handled further down the chain

  • Idea: provide option to hash the input keys which would make each key fixed-length and smaller footprint everywhere

  • Timeout (with error notification) when adding an item to a store (ie. 60 seconds max to confirm)

  • Consider a 'config' structure to pass to stores that can configure things like: * For s3 store, add ACL with options: private, publicread, publicreadwrite, authenticatedread

License

Copyright (c) 2014-2015 Peter Kieltyka / Pressly Inc. www.pressly.com

MIT License

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The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

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