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# Copyright (C) 2008, 2010  Lars Wirzenius <liw@liw.fi>
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import errno
import logging
import os
import stat
import urlparse

import obnamlib

00027 class VirtualFileSystem(object):

    '''A virtual filesystem interface.
    The backup program needs to access both local and remote files.
    To make it easier to support all kinds of files both locally and
    remotely, we use a custom virtual filesystem interface so that
    all filesystem access is done the same way. This way, we can
    easily support user data and backup repositories in any combination of
    local and remote filesystems.

    This class defines the interface for such virtual filesystems.
    Sub-classes will actually implement the interface.

    When a VFS is instantiated, it is bound to a base URL. When
    accessing the virtual filesystem, all paths are then given
    relative to the base URL. The Unix syntax for files is used
    for the relative paths: directory components separated by
    slashes, and an initial slash indicating the root of the
    filesystem (in this case, the base URL).

    def __init__(self, baseurl):
        self.baseurl = baseurl
        self.bytes_read = 0
        self.bytes_written = 0
        logging.info('VFS: __init__: baseurl=%s' % self.baseurl)

    def log_stats(self):
        logging.info('VFS: baseurl=%s read=%d written=%d' %
                     (self.baseurl, self.bytes_read, self.bytes_written))

00060     def connect(self):
        '''Connect to filesystem.'''
00063     def close(self):
        '''Close connection to filesystem.'''

00067     def reinit(self, new_baseurl, create=False):
        '''Go back to the beginning.
        This behaves like instantiating a new instance, but possibly
        faster for things like SftpFS. If there is a network
        connection already open, it will be reused.

00076     def abspath(self, pathname):
        '''Return absolute version of pathname.'''
        return os.path.abspath(os.path.join(self.getcwd(), pathname))

00080     def getcwd(self):
        '''Return current working directory as absolute pathname.'''
00083     def chdir(self, pathname):
        '''Change current working directory to pathname.'''

00086     def listdir(self, pathname):
        '''Return list of basenames of entities at pathname.'''

00089     def lock(self, lockname):
        '''Create a lock file with the given name.'''

00092     def unlock(self, lockname):
        '''Remove a lock file.'''

00095     def exists(self, pathname):
        '''Does the file or directory exist?'''

00098     def isdir(self, pathname):
        '''Is it a directory?'''

00101     def mkdir(self, pathname):
        '''Create a directory.
        Parent directories must already exist.
00108     def makedirs(self, pathname):
        '''Create a directory, and missing parents.'''

00111     def rmdir(self, pathname):
        '''Remove an empty directory.'''

00114     def rmtree(self, dirname):
        '''Remove a directory tree, including its contents.'''
        if self.isdir(dirname):
            for pathname, st in self.scan_tree(dirname):
                if stat.S_ISDIR(st.st_mode):

00123     def remove(self, pathname):
        '''Remove a file.'''

00126     def rename(self, old, new):
        '''Rename a file.'''

00129     def lstat(self, pathname):
        '''Like os.lstat.'''

00132     def lchown(self, pathname, uid, gid):
        '''Like os.lchown.'''

00135     def chmod(self, pathname, mode):
        '''Like os.chmod.'''

00138     def lutimes(self, pathname, atime, mtime):
        '''Like lutimes(2).'''

00141     def link(self, existing_path, new_path):
        '''Like os.link.'''

00144     def readlink(self, symlink):
        '''Like os.readlink.'''

00147     def symlink(self, source, destination):
        '''Like os.symlink.'''

00150     def open(self, pathname, mode):
        '''Open a file, like the builtin open() or file() function.

        The return value is a file object like the ones returned
        by the builtin open() function.


00158     def cat(self, pathname):
        '''Return the contents of a file.'''

00161     def write_file(self, pathname, contents):
        '''Write a new file.

        The file must not yet exist. The file is written atomically,
        so that the given name will only exist when the file is
        completely written.
        Any directories in pathname will be created if necessary.


00172     def overwrite_file(self, pathname, contents, make_backup=True):
        '''Like write_file, but overwrites existing file.

        The old file isn't immediately lost, it gets renamed with
        a backup suffix. The backup file is removed if make_backup is
        set to False (default is True).


00181     def scan_tree(self, dirname, ok=None, dirst=None, log=logging.error):
        '''Scan a tree for files.
        Return a generator that returns ``(pathname, stat_result)``
        pairs for each file and directory in the tree, in 
        depth-first order.
        If ``ok`` is not None, it must be a function that determines
        if a particular file or directory should be returned.
        It gets the pathname and stat result as arguments, and
        should return True or False. If it returns False on a
        directory, ``scan_tree`` will not recurse into the
        ``dirst`` is for internal optimization, and should not
        be used by the caller. ``log`` is used by unit tests and
        should not be used by the caller.
        Errors from calling ``listdir`` or ``lstat`` are logged,
        but do not stop the scanning. Such files or directories are
        not returned, however.

            names = self.listdir(dirname)
        except OSError, e:
            log('listdir failed: %s: %s' % (e.filename, e.strerror))
            names = []
        queue = []
        for name in names:
            pathname = os.path.join(dirname, name)
                st = self.lstat(pathname)
            except OSError, e:
                log('lstat failed: %s: %s' % (e.filename, e.strerror))
                if ok is None or ok(pathname, st):
                    if stat.S_ISDIR(st.st_mode):
                        for t in self.scan_tree(pathname, ok=ok, dirst=st):
                            yield t
                        queue.append((pathname, st))

        for pathname, st in queue:
            yield pathname, st

        if dirst is None:
                dirst = self.lstat(dirname)
            except OSError, e:
                log('lstat for dir failed: %s: %s' % (e.filename, e.strerror))

        yield dirname, dirst

00239 class VfsFactory:

    '''Create new instances of VirtualFileSystem.'''

    def __init__(self):
        self.implementations = {}
    def register(self, scheme, implementation):
        if scheme in self.implementations:
            raise obnamlib.Error('URL scheme %s already registered' % scheme)
        self.implementations[scheme] = implementation

00251     def new(self, url, create=False):
        '''Create a new VFS appropriate for a given URL.'''
        scheme, netloc, path, params, query, fragment = urlparse.urlparse(url)
        if scheme in self.implementations:
            return self.implementations[scheme](url, create=create)
        raise obnamlib.Error('Unknown VFS type %s' % url)
00259 class VfsTests(object): # pragma: no cover

    '''Re-useable tests for VirtualFileSystem implementations.
    The base class can't be usefully instantiated itself.
    Instead you are supposed to sub-class it and implement the API in
    a suitable way for yourself.
    This class implements a number of tests that the API implementation
    must pass. The implementation's own test class should inherit from
    this class, and unittest.TestCase.
    The test sub-class should define a setUp method that sets the following:
    * self.fs to an instance of the API implementation sub-class
    * self.basepath to the path to the base of the filesystem
    basepath must be operable as a pathname using os.path tools. If
    the VFS implemenation operates remotely and wants to operate on a
    URL like 'http://domain/path' as the baseurl, then basepath must be
    just the path portion of the URL.
    The directory indicated by basepath must exist, but must be empty
    at start.
    non_ascii_name = u'm\u00e4kel\u00e4'.encode('utf-8')

    def test_abspath_returns_input_for_absolute_path(self):
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.abspath('/foo/bar'), '/foo/bar')

    def test_abspath_returns_absolute_path_for_relative_input(self):
                         os.path.join(self.basepath, 'foo'))

    def test_abspath_normalizes_path(self):
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.abspath('foo/..'), self.basepath)

    def test_abspath_returns_plain_string(self):
        self.assertEqual(type(self.fs.abspath('.')), str)

    def test_reinit_works(self):
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.getcwd(), self.basepath)

    def test_reinit_to_nonexistent_filename_raises_OSError(self):
        notexist = os.path.join(self.fs.baseurl, 'thisdoesnotexist')
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.reinit, notexist)

    def test_reinit_creates_target_if_requested(self):
        new_baseurl = os.path.join(self.fs.baseurl, 'newdir')
        new_basepath = os.path.join(self.basepath, 'newdir')
        self.fs.reinit(new_baseurl, create=True)
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.getcwd(), new_basepath)

    def test_getcwd_returns_dirname(self):
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.getcwd(), self.basepath)

    def test_getcwd_returns_plain_string(self):
        self.assertEqual(type(self.fs.getcwd()), str)

    def test_chdir_changes_only_fs_cwd_not_process_cwd(self):
        process_cwd = os.getcwd()
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.getcwd(), '/')
        self.assertEqual(os.getcwd(), process_cwd)

    def test_chdir_to_nonexistent_raises_exception(self):
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.chdir, '/foobar')

    def test_chdir_to_relative_works(self):
        pathname = os.path.join(self.basepath, 'foo')
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.getcwd(), pathname)

    def test_chdir_to_dotdot_works(self):
        pathname = os.path.join(self.basepath, 'foo')
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.getcwd(), self.basepath)

    def test_creates_lock_file(self):

    def test_second_lock_fails(self):
        self.assertRaises(Exception, self.fs.lock, 'lock')

    def test_lock_raises_oserror_without_eexist(self):
        def raise_it(relative_path, contents):
            e = OSError()
            e.errno = errno.EAGAIN
            raise e
        self.fs.write_file = raise_it
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.lock, 'foo')

    def test_unlock_removes_lock(self):

    def test_exists_returns_false_for_nonexistent_file(self):

    def test_exists_returns_true_for_existing_file(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', '')

    def test_isdir_returns_false_for_nonexistent_file(self):

    def test_isdir_returns_false_for_nondir(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', '')

    def test_isdir_returns_true_for_existing_dir(self):

    def test_listdir_returns_plain_strings_only(self):
        self.fs.write_file(u'M\u00E4kel\u00E4'.encode('utf-8'), 'data')
        names = self.fs.listdir('.')
        types = [type(x) for x in names]
        self.assertEqual(types, [str])

    def test_listdir_raises_oserror_if_directory_does_not_exist(self):
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.listdir, 'foo')

    def test_mknod_creates_fifo(self):
        self.fs.mknod('foo', 0600 | stat.S_IFIFO)
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.lstat('foo').st_mode, 0600 | stat.S_IFIFO)

    def test_mkdir_raises_oserror_if_directory_exists(self):
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.mkdir, '.')

    def test_mkdir_raises_oserror_if_parent_does_not_exist(self):
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.mkdir, 'foo/bar')
    def test_makedirs_raises_oserror_when_directory_exists(self):
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.makedirs, 'foo')
    def test_makedirs_creates_directory_when_parent_exists(self):
    def test_makedirs_creates_directory_when_parent_does_not_exist(self):

    def test_rmdir_removes_directory(self):

    def test_rmdir_raises_oserror_if_directory_does_not_exist(self):
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.rmdir, 'foo')

    def test_rmdir_raises_oserror_if_directory_is_not_empty(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo/bar', '')
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.rmdir, 'foo')

    def test_rmtree_removes_directory_tree(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo/bar', '')

    def test_rmtree_is_silent_when_target_does_not_exist(self):
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.rmtree('foo'), None)

    def test_remove_removes_file(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', '')

    def test_remove_raises_oserror_if_file_does_not_exist(self):
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.remove, 'foo')

    def test_rename_renames_file(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', 'xxx')
        self.fs.rename('foo', 'bar')
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.cat('bar'), 'xxx')

    def test_rename_raises_oserror_if_file_does_not_exist(self):
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.rename, 'foo', 'bar')

    def test_rename_works_if_target_exists(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', 'foo')
        self.fs.write_file('bar', 'bar')
        self.fs.rename('foo', 'bar')
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.cat('bar'), 'foo')

    def test_lstat_returns_result_with_all_required_fields(self):
        st = self.fs.lstat('.')
        for field in obnamlib.metadata_fields:
            if field.startswith('st_'):
                self.assert_(hasattr(st, field), 'stat must return %s' % field)

    def test_lstat_raises_oserror_for_nonexistent_entry(self):
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.lstat, 'notexists')

    def test_chmod_sets_permissions_correctly(self):
        self.fs.chmod('foo', 0777)
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.lstat('foo').st_mode & 0777, 0777)

    def test_chmod_raises_oserror_for_nonexistent_entry(self):
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.chmod, 'notexists', 0)

    def test_lutimes_sets_times_correctly(self):
        self.fs.lutimes('foo', 1, 2)
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.lstat('foo').st_atime, 1)
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.lstat('foo').st_mtime, 2)

    def test_lutimes_raises_oserror_for_nonexistent_entry(self):
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.lutimes, 'notexists', 1, 2)

    def test_link_creates_hard_link(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', 'foo')
        self.fs.link('foo', 'bar')
        st1 = self.fs.lstat('foo')
        st2 = self.fs.lstat('bar')
        self.assertEqual(st1, st2)

    def test_symlink_creates_soft_link(self):
        self.fs.symlink('foo', 'bar')
        target = self.fs.readlink('bar')
        self.assertEqual(target, 'foo')

    def test_readlink_returns_plain_string(self):
        self.fs.symlink(self.non_ascii_name, self.non_ascii_name)
        target = self.fs.readlink(self.non_ascii_name)
        self.assertEqual(target, self.non_ascii_name)
        self.assertEqual(type(target), str)

    def test_symlink_raises_oserror_if_name_exists(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', 'foo')
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.symlink, 'bar', 'foo')

    def test_opens_existing_file_ok_for_reading(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', '')
        self.assert_(self.fs.open('foo', 'r'))

    def test_opens_existing_file_ok_for_writing(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', '')
        self.assert_(self.fs.open('foo', 'w'))

    def test_open_fails_for_nonexistent_file(self):
        self.assertRaises(IOError, self.fs.open, 'foo', 'r')

    def test_cat_reads_existing_file_ok(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', 'bar')
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.cat('foo'), 'bar')

    def test_cat_fails_for_nonexistent_file(self):
        self.assertRaises(IOError, self.fs.cat, 'foo')
    def test_has_read_nothing_initially(self):
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.bytes_read, 0)
    def test_cat_updates_bytes_read(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', 'bar')
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.bytes_read, 3)

    def test_write_fails_if_file_exists_already(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', 'bar')
        self.assertRaises(OSError, self.fs.write_file, 'foo', 'foobar')

    def test_write_creates_missing_directories(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo/bar', 'yo')
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.cat('foo/bar'), 'yo')

    def test_write_leaves_existing_file_intact(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', 'bar')
            self.fs.write_file('foo', 'foobar')
        except OSError:
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.cat('foo'), 'bar')

    def test_overwrite_creates_new_file_ok(self):
        self.fs.overwrite_file('foo', 'bar')
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.cat('foo'), 'bar')

    def test_overwrite_renames_existing_file(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', 'bar')
        self.fs.overwrite_file('foo', 'foobar')

    def test_overwrite_removes_existing_bak_file(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', 'bar')
        self.fs.write_file('foo.bak', 'baz')
        self.fs.overwrite_file('foo', 'foobar')
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.cat('foo.bak'), 'bar')

    def test_overwrite_removes_bak_file(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', 'bar')
        self.fs.overwrite_file('foo', 'foobar', make_backup=False)

    def test_overwrite_is_ok_without_bak(self):
        self.fs.overwrite_file('foo', 'foobar', make_backup=False)

    def test_overwrite_replaces_existing_file(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', 'bar')
        self.fs.overwrite_file('foo', 'foobar')
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.cat('foo'), 'foobar')
    def test_has_written_nothing_initially(self):
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.bytes_written, 0)
    def test_write_updates_written(self):
        self.fs.write_file('foo', 'foo')
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.bytes_written, 3)
    def test_overwrite_updates_written(self):
        self.fs.overwrite_file('foo', 'foo')
        self.assertEqual(self.fs.bytes_written, 3)

    def set_up_scan_tree(self):
        self.dirs = ['foo', 'foo/bar', 'foobar']
        self.dirs = [os.path.join(self.basepath, x) for x in self.dirs]
        for dirname in self.dirs:
        self.dirs.insert(0, self.basepath)
        self.fs.symlink('foo', 'symfoo')
        self.pathnames = self.dirs + [os.path.join(self.basepath, 'symfoo')]

    def test_scan_tree_returns_nothing_if_listdir_fails(self):
        def raiser(dirname):
            raise OSError((123, 'oops', dirname))
        def logerror(msg):
        self.fs.listdir = raiser
        result = list(self.fs.scan_tree(self.basepath, log=logerror))
        self.assertEqual(len(result), 1)
        pathname, st = result[0]
        self.assertEqual(pathname, self.basepath)

    def test_scan_tree_returns_the_right_stuff(self):
        result = list(self.fs.scan_tree(self.basepath))
        pathnames = [pathname for pathname, st in result]
        self.assertEqual(sorted(pathnames), sorted(self.pathnames))
    def test_scan_tree_filters_away_unwanted(self):
        def ok(pathname, st):
            return stat.S_ISDIR(st.st_mode)
        result = list(self.fs.scan_tree(self.basepath, ok=ok))
        pathnames = [pathname for pathname, st in result]
        self.assertEqual(sorted(pathnames), sorted(self.dirs))

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