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# RhodeCode VCSServer provides access to different vcs backends via network.
# Copyright (C) 2014-2019 RhodeCode GmbH
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# GNU General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
# Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
import re
import logging
from wsgiref.util import FileWrapper
import simplejson as json
from pyramid.config import Configurator
from pyramid.response import Response, FileIter
from pyramid.httpexceptions import (
HTTPBadRequest, HTTPNotImplemented, HTTPNotFound, HTTPForbidden,
from vcsserver.git_lfs.lib import OidHandler, LFSOidStore
from vcsserver.git_lfs.utils import safe_result, get_cython_compat_decorator
from vcsserver.utils import safe_int
log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
GIT_LFS_CONTENT_TYPE = 'application/vnd.git-lfs' #+json ?
GIT_LFS_PROTO_PAT = re.compile(r'^/(.+)/(info/lfs/(.+))')
def write_response_error(http_exception, text=None):
content_type = GIT_LFS_CONTENT_TYPE + '+json'
_exception = http_exception(content_type=content_type)
_exception.content_type = content_type
if text:
_exception.body = json.dumps({'message': text})
log.debug('LFS: writing response of type %s to client with text:%s',
http_exception, text)
return _exception
class AuthHeaderRequired(object):
Decorator to check if request has proper auth-header
def __call__(self, func):
return get_cython_compat_decorator(self.__wrapper, func)
def __wrapper(self, func, *fargs, **fkwargs):
request = fargs[1]
auth = request.authorization
if not auth:
return write_response_error(HTTPForbidden)
return func(*fargs[1:], **fkwargs)
# views
def lfs_objects(request):
# indicate not supported, V1 API
log.warning('LFS: v1 api not supported, reporting it back to client')
return write_response_error(HTTPNotImplemented, 'LFS: v1 api not supported')
def lfs_objects_batch(request):
The client sends the following information to the Batch endpoint to transfer some objects:
operation - Should be download or upload.
transfers - An optional Array of String identifiers for transfer
adapters that the client has configured. If omitted, the basic
transfer adapter MUST be assumed by the server.
objects - An Array of objects to download.
oid - String OID of the LFS object.
size - Integer byte size of the LFS object. Must be at least zero.
request.response.content_type = GIT_LFS_CONTENT_TYPE + '+json'
auth = request.authorization
repo = request.matchdict.get('repo')
data = request.json
operation = data.get('operation')
if operation not in ('download', 'upload'):
log.debug('LFS: unsupported operation:%s', operation)
return write_response_error(
HTTPBadRequest, 'unsupported operation mode: `%s`' % operation)
if 'objects' not in data:
log.debug('LFS: missing objects data')
return write_response_error(
HTTPBadRequest, 'missing objects data')
log.debug('LFS: handling operation of type: %s', operation)
objects = []
for o in data['objects']:
oid = o['oid']
obj_size = o['size']
except KeyError:
log.exception('LFS, failed to extract data')
return write_response_error(
HTTPBadRequest, 'unsupported data in objects')
obj_data = {'oid': oid}
obj_href = request.route_url('lfs_objects_oid', repo=repo, oid=oid)
obj_verify_href = request.route_url('lfs_objects_verify', repo=repo)
store = LFSOidStore(
oid, repo, store_location=request.registry.git_lfs_store_path)
handler = OidHandler(
store, repo, auth, oid, obj_size, obj_data,
obj_href, obj_verify_href)
# this verifies also OIDs
actions, errors = handler.exec_operation(operation)
if errors:
log.warning('LFS: got following errors: %s', errors)
obj_data['errors'] = errors
if actions:
obj_data['actions'] = actions
obj_data['size'] = obj_size
obj_data['authenticated'] = True
result = {'objects': objects, 'transfer': 'basic'}
log.debug('LFS Response %s', safe_result(result))
return result
def lfs_objects_oid_upload(request):
request.response.content_type = GIT_LFS_CONTENT_TYPE + '+json'
repo = request.matchdict.get('repo')
oid = request.matchdict.get('oid')
store = LFSOidStore(
oid, repo, store_location=request.registry.git_lfs_store_path)
engine = store.get_engine(mode='wb')
log.debug('LFS: starting chunked write of LFS oid: %s to storage', oid)
body = request.environ['wsgi.input']
with engine as f:
blksize = 64 * 1024 # 64kb
while True:
# read in chunks as stream comes in from Gunicorn
# this is a specific Gunicorn support function.
# might work differently on waitress
chunk = body.read(blksize)
if not chunk:
return {'upload': 'ok'}
def lfs_objects_oid_download(request):
repo = request.matchdict.get('repo')
oid = request.matchdict.get('oid')
store = LFSOidStore(
oid, repo, store_location=request.registry.git_lfs_store_path)
if not store.has_oid():
log.debug('LFS: oid %s does not exists in store', oid)
return write_response_error(
HTTPNotFound, 'requested file with oid `%s` not found in store' % oid)
# TODO(marcink): support range header ?
# Range: bytes=0-, `bytes=(\d+)\-.*`
f = open(store.oid_path, 'rb')
response = Response(
content_type='application/octet-stream', app_iter=FileIter(f))
response.headers.add('X-RC-LFS-Response-Oid', str(oid))
return response
def lfs_objects_verify(request):
request.response.content_type = GIT_LFS_CONTENT_TYPE + '+json'
repo = request.matchdict.get('repo')
data = request.json
oid = data.get('oid')
size = safe_int(data.get('size'))
if not (oid and size):
return write_response_error(
HTTPBadRequest, 'missing oid and size in request data')
store = LFSOidStore(
oid, repo, store_location=request.registry.git_lfs_store_path)
if not store.has_oid():
log.debug('LFS: oid %s does not exists in store', oid)
return write_response_error(
HTTPNotFound, 'oid `%s` does not exists in store' % oid)
store_size = store.size_oid()
if store_size != size:
msg = 'requested file size mismatch store size:%s requested:%s' % (
store_size, size)
return write_response_error(
HTTPUnprocessableEntity, msg)
return {'message': {'size': 'ok', 'in_store': 'ok'}}
def lfs_objects_lock(request):
return write_response_error(
HTTPNotImplemented, 'GIT LFS locking api not supported')
def not_found(request):
return write_response_error(
HTTPNotFound, 'request path not found')
def lfs_disabled(request):
return write_response_error(
HTTPNotImplemented, 'GIT LFS disabled for this repo')
def git_lfs_app(config):
# v1 API deprecation endpoint
config.add_view(lfs_objects, route_name='lfs_objects',
request_method='POST', renderer='json')
# locking API
config.add_view(lfs_objects_lock, route_name='lfs_objects_lock',
request_method=('POST', 'GET'), renderer='json')
config.add_view(lfs_objects_lock, route_name='lfs_objects_lock_verify',
request_method=('POST', 'GET'), renderer='json')
# batch API
config.add_view(lfs_objects_batch, route_name='lfs_objects_batch',
request_method='POST', renderer='json')
# oid upload/download API
config.add_view(lfs_objects_oid_upload, route_name='lfs_objects_oid',
request_method='PUT', renderer='json')
config.add_view(lfs_objects_oid_download, route_name='lfs_objects_oid',
request_method='GET', renderer='json')
# verification API
config.add_view(lfs_objects_verify, route_name='lfs_objects_verify',
request_method='POST', renderer='json')
# not found handler for API
config.add_notfound_view(not_found, renderer='json')
def create_app(git_lfs_enabled, git_lfs_store_path):
config = Configurator()
if git_lfs_enabled:
config.registry.git_lfs_store_path = git_lfs_store_path
# not found handler for API, reporting disabled LFS support
config.add_notfound_view(lfs_disabled, renderer='json')
app = config.make_wsgi_app()
return app