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00001 """ Storage objects

:Author: Aaron Watters
:Maintainers: http://gadfly.sf.net/
:Copyright: Aaron Robert Watters, 1994
:Id: $Id: store.py,v 1.7 2002/05/11 02:59:05 richard Exp $:

verbosity = 0

import sys, os, md5, types, marshal
from kjbuckets_select import kjbuckets
import serialize

00015 class StorageError(Exception):
    ''' error on checking of data integrity '''

# use md5 checksum (stub if md5 unavailable?)
def checksum(string):
    return md5.new(string).digest()

00022 def recursive_dump(data, prefix="["):
    """for debugging"""
    if isinstance(data, types.StringType):
        #print prefix, data
    p2 = prefix+"["
        for x in data:
            recursive_dump(x, p2)
        print prefix, data

00034 def checksum_dump(data, file):
    """checksum and dump marshallable data to file"""
    storage = marshal.dumps(data)
    checkpair = (checksum(storage), storage)
    marshal.dump(checkpair, file)

00040 def checksum_undump(file):
    """undump marshallable data from file, checksum"""
    checkpair = marshal.load(file)
    (check, storage) = checkpair
    if checksum(storage)!=check:
        raise StorageError, "data load checksum fails"
    data = marshal.loads(storage)
    return data

00049 def backup_file(filename, backupname):
    """backup file, if unopenable ignore"""
        f = open(filename, "rb")
    data = f.read()
    f = open(backupname, "wb")

00061 def del_file(filename):
    """delete file, ignore errors"""

00068 class Database0:
    """ Quick and dirty in core database representation.
    # db.log is not None == use db.log to log modifications

    # set for verbose prints
    verbose = verbosity

    # set for read only copy
    readonly = 0

    # set for temp/scratch db copy semantics
    is_scratch = 0

    # set to add introspective tables
    introspect = 1

00085     def __init__(self, shadowing=None, log=None):
        """ Dictionary of relations.
        verbose = self.verbose
        self.shadowing = shadowing
        self.log = log
        self.touched = 0
        if log:
            self.is_scratch = log.is_scratch
        if shadowing and not log:
            raise ValueError, "shadowing db requires log"
        if verbose:
            print "Database0 init"
            if log:
                log.verbose = 1
        if shadowing:
            # shadow structures of shadowed db
            self.rels = shadow_dict(shadowing.rels, Relation0.unshadow)
            self.datadefs = shadow_dict(shadowing.datadefs)
            self.indices = shadow_dict(shadowing.indices)
            self.rels = {}
            self.datadefs = {}
            self.indices = {}
            if self.introspect:

    def set_introspection(self):
        import introspection
        self["dual"] = introspection.DualView()
        self["__table_names__"] = introspection.RelationsView()
        self["__datadefs__"] = introspection.DataDefsView()
        self["__indices__"] = introspection.IndicesView()
        self["__columns__"] = introspection.ColumnsView()
        self["__indexcols__"] = introspection.IndexAttsView()

00121     def reshadow(self, db, dblog):
        """(re)make self into shadow of db with dblog"""
        self.shadowing = db
        self.log = dblog
        self.rels = shadow_dict(db.rels, Relation0.unshadow)
        self.datadefs = shadow_dict(db.datadefs)
        self.indices = shadow_dict(db.indices)

00129     def clear(self):
        """I'm not sure if database has circular structure, so this added"""
        self.shadowing = None
        self.log = None
        self.rels = {}
        self.datadefs = {}
        self.indices = {}

00137     def commit(self):
        """commit shadowed changes"""
        verbose = self.verbose
        if self.shadowing and self.touched:
            # log commit handled elsewhere
            #log = self.log
            #if log and not log.is_scratch:
               #if verbose: print "committing log"
            if verbose: print "committing rels"
            if verbose: print "committing datadefs"
            if verbose: print "committing indices"
            st = self.shadowing.touched
            if not st:
                if verbose: print "setting touched", self.touched
                self.shadowing.touched = self.touched
            elif verbose:
                print "shadowed database is touched"
        elif verbose:
            print "db0: commit on nonshadow instance"

00161     def __setitem__(self, name, relation):
        """bind a name (uppercased) to tuples as a relation."""
        if self.indices.has_key(name):
            raise NameError, "cannot set index"
        self.rels[ name.upper() ] = relation
        if self.verbose: print "db0 sets rel", name

    def add_index(self, name, index):
        if self.rels.has_key(name):
            raise NameError, `name`+": is relation"
        self.indices[name] = index
        if self.verbose: print "db0 sets index", name

    def drop_index(self, name):
        if self.verbose: print "db0 drops index", name
        del self.indices[name]

    def __getitem__(self, name):
        if self.verbose: print "db0 gets rel", name
        return self.rels[name.upper()]

00182     def get_for_update(self, name):
        """note: does not imply updates, just possibility of them"""
        verbose = self.verbose
        if verbose: print "db0 gets rel for update", name
        shadowing = self.shadowing
        gotit = 0
        name = name.upper()
        rels = self.rels
        if shadowing:
            if rels.is_shadowed(name):
                test = rels[name]
                # do we really have a shadow or a db copy?
                if test.is_shadow:
                    gotit = 1
            if not gotit:
                if shadowing.has_relation(name):
                    test = shadowing.get_for_update(name)
                    # uncommitted whole relation
                    test = rels[name]
                    gotit = 1
            test = rels[name]
            gotit = 1
        if self.readonly:
            raise ValueError, "cannot update, db is read only"
        elif test.is_view:
            raise ValueError, "VIEW %s cannot be updated" % name
        elif shadowing and not gotit:
            if verbose: print "db0: making shadow for", name
            if test.is_shadow: return test
            shadow = Relation0(())
            shadow = shadow.shadow(test, self.log, name, self)
            rels[name] = shadow
            return shadow
            return test

    def __delitem__(self, name):
        if self.verbose: print "db0 drops rel", name
        del self.rels[name.upper()]

    def relations(self):
        return self.rels.keys()

    def has_relation(self, name):
        return self.rels.has_key(name)

    def getdatadefs(self):
        result = self.datadefs.values()
        # sort to make create tables first, eg
        return result

00236     def add_datadef(self, name, defn, logit=1):
        """only log the datadef if logit is set, else ignore redefinitions"""
        dd = self.datadefs
        if logit and dd.has_key(name):
            raise KeyError, `name`+": already defined"
        if logit:
            self.touched = 1
        dd[name] = defn

    def has_datadef(self, name):
        return self.datadefs.has_key(name)

    def drop_datadef(self, name):
        if self.verbose: print "db0 drops datadef",name
        dd = self.datadefs
        #print dd.keys()
        if not dd.has_key(name):
            raise KeyError, `name`+": no such element"
        del dd[name]

    def __repr__(self):
        l = []
        l.append("INDICES: "+`self.indices.keys()`)
        for (name, ddef) in self.datadefs.items():
            l.append("data definition %s::\n%s" % (name, ddef))
        for (name, rel) in self.rels.items():
            l.append(name + ":")
        return '\n\n'.join(l)

00266     def bindings(self, fromlist):
        """return (attdict, reldict, amb, ambatts) from fromlist = [(name,alias)...]
           where reldict: alias > tuplelist
                 attdict: attribute_name > unique_relation
                 amb: dict of dottedname > (rel, att)
                 ambatts: dict of ambiguous_name > witness_alias
        rels = self.rels
        ambiguous_atts = {}
        ambiguous = {}
        relseen = {}
        attbindings = {}
        relbindings = {}
        for (name,alias) in fromlist:
            name = name.upper()
            alias = alias.upper()
            if relseen.has_key(alias):
                raise NameError, `alias` + ": bound twice in from list"
                therel = rels[name]
            except KeyError:
                raise NameError, `name` + " no such relation in DB"
            relbindings[alias] = therel
            for attname in therel.attributes():
                if not ambiguous_atts.has_key(attname):
                    if attbindings.has_key(attname):
                        oldrel = attbindings[attname]
                        oldbind = (oldrel, attname)
                        ambiguous["%s.%s"%oldbind] = oldbind
                        del attbindings[attname]
                        newbind = (alias, attname)
                        ambiguous["%s.%s"%newbind] = newbind
                        attbindings[attname] = alias
                    newbind = (alias, attname)
                    ambiguous["%s.%s"%newbind] = newbind
        return (attbindings, relbindings, ambiguous, ambiguous_atts)

00307 class File_Storage0:
    """quick and dirty file storage mechanism.
         relation names in directory/dbname.gfd
           contains a white separated list of relation names
         relations in directory/relname.grl
           contains sequence of marshalled tuples reps
           prefixed by marshalled list of atts

    verbose = verbosity

00318     def __init__(self, dbname, directory):
        """directory must exist."""
        if self.verbose: print "fs0 init:", dbname, directory
        self.dbname = dbname
        self.directory = directory
        self.relation_implementation = Relation0
        self.recovery_mode = 0

    def load(self, forscratch=0):
        # if logfile is present, need to recover
        # error condition: fail to load relation, ddf, but no log file!
        logfile = self.logfilename()
        blogfile = self.backup_logfilename()
        verbose = self.verbose
        if verbose: print "fs0 load, checking", logfile
            testlog = open(logfile, "rb")
            if verbose: print "fs0: opened", testlog
            testlog = open(blogfile, "rb")
            testlog = None
            recovery_mode = self.recovery_mode = 0
            if verbose: print "recovery not needed"
            recovery_mode = self.recovery_mode = 1
            if verbose: print "FS0 RECOVERY MODE LOAD!"
        resultdb = Database0()
        resultdb.is_scratch = forscratch
        commands = self.get_initstatements()
        for command in commands:
            if verbose: print "fs0 evals", command
        for name in resultdb.relations():
            if verbose: print "fs0 loads rel", name
            rel = resultdb[name]
            if rel.is_view:
                # don't need to load views
                data = self.get_relation(name)
            except StorageError, detail:
                raise StorageError, "load failure %s: %s" % (name, detail)
            attsin = tuple(data.attributes())
            attsout = tuple(rel.attributes())
            if attsin!=attsout:
                raise StorageError, "rel %s: atts %s don't match %s" % (
                   name, attsin, attsout)
            rel.add_tuples( data.rows() )
            # in sync!
            rel.touched = 0
        # db in sync
        resultdb.touched = 0
        # do recovery, if needed
        if recovery_mode:
            if verbose: print "fs0 recovering from logfile", logfile
            # restart the log file only if db is not scratch
            restart = not forscratch
            Log = DB_Logger(logfile, blogfile)
            if verbose: Log.verbose=1
            Log.recover(resultdb, restart)
            # do a checkpoint
            self.recovery_mode = 0
            if restart and not forscratch:
                Log = None
                if verbose: print "FS0: dumping database"
                Log = resultdb.log = DB_Logger(logfile, blogfile)
        elif not forscratch:
            Log = DB_Logger(logfile, blogfile)
            resultdb.log = Log
        return resultdb

    def relfilename(self, name):
        #return "%s/%s.grl" % (self.directory, name)
        return os.path.join(self.directory, name+".grl")

    def backup_relfilename(self, name):
        #return "%s/%s.brl" % (self.directory, name)
        return os.path.join(self.directory, name+".brl")

    def relfile(self, name, mode="rb"):
        if self.recovery_mode:
            return self.getfile_fallback(
         self.backup_relfilename(name), self.relfilename(name), mode)
            name = self.relfilename(name)
            return open(name, mode)

    def getfile_fallback(self, first, second, mode):
            return open(first, mode)
            return open(second, mode)

    def get_relation(self, name):
        f = self.relfile(name, "rb")
        rel = self.relation_implementation(())
        except StorageError:
            if self.recovery_mode:
                f = open(self.relfilename(name), "rb")
                raise StorageError, \
   "fs: could not unpack backup rel file or rel file in recovery mode: "+name
        return rel

    def dbfilename(self):
        #return "%s/%s.gfd" % (self.directory, self.dbname)
        return os.path.join(self.directory, self.dbname+".gfd")

    def backup_dbfilename(self):
        #return "%s/%s.bfd" % (self.directory, self.dbname)
        return os.path.join(self.directory, self.dbname+".bfd")

    def logfilename(self):
        #return "%s/%s.gfl" % (self.directory, self.dbname)
        return os.path.join(self.directory, self.dbname+".gfl")

    def backup_logfilename(self):
        #return "%s/%s.glb" % (self.directory, self.dbname)
        return os.path.join(self.directory, self.dbname+".glb")

    def get_initstat_file(self, mode):
        if self.recovery_mode:
            return self.getfile_fallback(
             self.backup_dbfilename(), self.dbfilename(), mode)
            return open(self.dbfilename(), mode)

    def get_initstatements(self):
        f = self.get_initstat_file("rb")
        if self.verbose:
            print "init statement from file", f
            data = checksum_undump(f)
        except StorageError:
            if self.recovery_mode:
                f = open(self.dbfilename, "rb")
                data = checksum_undump(f)
                raise StorageError, \
   "could not unpack ddf backup or ddf file in recovery mode: "+self.dbname
        stats = map(serialize.deserialize, data)
        return stats

00474     def dump(self, db):
        """perform a checkpoint (no active transactions!)"""
        # db should be non-shadowing db
        # first thing: back up the log
        backup_file(self.logfilename(), self.backup_logfilename())
        verbose = self.verbose
        if verbose: print "fs0: checkpointing db"
        if db.is_scratch or db.readonly:
            # don't need to do anything.
            if verbose: print "fs0: scratch or readonly, returning"
        log = db.log
        if log:
            if verbose:
                print "DEBUG LOG TRACE"
        if db.touched:
            if verbose: print "fs0: db touched, backing up ddf file"
        relations = db.relations()
        for r in relations:
            rel = db[r]
            #print r
            if rel.touched:
                if verbose: print "fs0: backing up touched rel", r
        for r in relations:
            if verbose: print "fs0: dumping relations now"
            self.dumprelation(r, db[r])
        if verbose: print "fs0: dumping datadefs now"
        # del of logfile signals successful commit.
        if verbose: print "fs0: successful dump, deleting log file"
        logfilename = self.logfilename()
        blogfilename = self.backup_logfilename()
        if db.touched:
            if verbose: print "fs0: deleting backup ddf file"
            db.touched = 0
        for r in relations:
            rel = db[r]
            if rel.touched:
                if verbose: print "fs0: deleting rel backup", r
            rel.touched = 0
        if verbose: print "fs0: restarting db log"
        log = db.log = DB_Logger(logfilename, blogfilename)
        if verbose: print "fs0: dump complete"
        self.recovery_mode = 0

00531     def dumprelation(self, name, rel, force=0):
        """set force to ignore the "touch" flag."""
        # ignore self.backup_mode
        if (force or rel.touched) and not rel.is_view:
            fn = self.relfilename(name)
            if self.verbose:
                print "dumping touched rel", name, "to", fn
            f = open(fn, "wb")

00541     def dumpdatadefs(self, db, force=0):
        """set force to ignore the touch flag"""
        # ignore self.backup_mode
        if not (force or db.touched): return
        fn = self.dbfilename()
        f = open(fn, "wb")
        datadefs = db.getdatadefs()
        datadefsd = map(serialize.serialize, datadefs)
        #for (defn, ser) in map(None, datadefs, datadefsd):
            #print defn
            #print ser
            #dumps(ser)  ### debug test
        checksum_dump(datadefsd, f)

00556 class Relation0:
    """quick and dirty in core relation representation.
         self.tuples contains tuples or 0 if erased.
       tuples must not move (to preserve indices)
       unless indices regenerate.

    is_view = 0 # Relation0 is not a view

    def __init__(self, attribute_names, tuples=None, filter=None):
        self.indices = kjbuckets.kjGraph()
        self.index_list = []
        self.attribute_names = attribute_names
        if tuples is None:
            tuples = []
        self.filter = filter
        # indices map attname > indices containing att
        # relation to shadow and log (if non-null)
        self.log = None
        self.name = None # anonymous by default
        self.is_shadow = 0
        self.touched = 0

00581     def shadow(self, otherrelation, log, name, inshadowdb):
        """return structural replica of otherrelation (as self)

           for non-updatable relation (eg, view) may return otherrelation"""
        if otherrelation.is_view:
            # for now, assume VIEWS CANNOT BE UPDATED
            return otherrelation
        self.is_shadow = 1
        self.shadow_of_shadow = otherrelation.is_shadow
        self.log = log
        self.name = name
        # don't make any updates permanent if set.
        self.tuples = otherrelation.tuples[:]
        self.attribute_names = otherrelation.attribute_names
        self.filter = otherrelation.filter
        for index in otherrelation.index_list:
            copy = index.copy()
            name = copy.name
            self.add_index(copy, recordtuples=0)
            # record in shadowdb, but don't log it
            inshadowdb.add_index(name, copy)
            #inshadowdb.add_datadef(name, copy, logit=0)
        self.touched = otherrelation.touched
        return self

00606     def unshadow(self):
        """make self into a replacement for shadowed, return self."""
        if self.is_shadow:
            self.log = None
            self.is_shadow = self.shadow_of_shadow
        return self

    def dump(self, file):
        attributes = tuple(self.attributes())
        rows = self.rows()
        newrows = rows[:]
        count = 0
        for i in xrange(len(rows)):
            this = rows[i]
            if this is not None and not isinstance(this, types.IntType):
                newrows[count] = rows[i].dump(attributes)
                count = count + 1
        newrows = newrows[:count]
        checksum_dump(newrows, file)

00627     def load(self, file):
        """checksum must succeed."""
        rows = checksum_undump(file)
        attributes = rows[-1]
        self.attribute_names = attributes
        rows = rows[:-1]
        undump = kjbuckets.kjUndump
        for i in xrange(len(rows)):
            rows[i] = undump(attributes, rows[i])
        # in sync with disk copy!
        self.touched = 0

00641     def add_index(self, index, recordtuples=1):
        """unset recordtuples if the index is initialized already."""
        # does not "touch" the relation
        index_list = self.index_list
        indices = self.indices
        atts = index.attributes()
        for a in atts:
            indices[a] = index
        if recordtuples:
            (tuples, seqnums) = self.rows(1)
            if tuples:
                index.add_tuples(tuples, seqnums)

    def drop_index(self, index):
        # does not "touch" the relation
        name = index.name
        if verbosity:
            print "rel.drop_index", index
            print "...", self.indices, self.index_list
        indices = self.indices
        for a in index.attributes():
            # contorted since one index be clone of the other.
            aindices = indices.neighbors(a)
            for ind in aindices:
                if ind.name == name:
                    indices.delete_arc(a, ind)
                    theind = ind
        # the (non-clone) index ought to have been found above...

00673     def choose_index(self, attributes):
        """choose an index including subset of attributes or None"""
        kjSet = kjbuckets.kjSet
        atts = kjSet(attributes)
        #print "choosing index", atts
        indices = (atts * self.indices).values()
        choice = None
        for index in indices:
            indexatts = index.attributes()
            #print "index atts", indexatts
            iatts = kjSet(indexatts)
            if iatts.subset(atts):
                if choice is None:
                    #print "chosen", index.name
                    choice = index
                    lchoice = len(choice.attributes())
                    if index.unique or lchoice<len(indexatts):
                        choice = index
                        lchoice = len(choice.attributes())
        return choice

    def __repr__(self):
        rows = self.rows()
        atts = self.attributes()
        list_rep = [list(atts)]
        for r in rows:
            rlist = []
            for a in atts:
                    elt = r[a]
                except KeyError:
                    elt = "NULL"
                    elt = str(elt)
        # compute maxen for formatting
        maxen = [0] * len(atts)
        for i in xrange(len(atts)):
            for l in list_rep:
                maxen[i] = max(maxen[i], len(l[i]))
        for i in xrange(len(atts)):
            mm = maxen[i]
            for l in list_rep:
                old = l[i]
                l[i] = old + (" " * (mm-len(old)))
        for i in xrange(len(list_rep)):
            list_rep[i] = ' | '.join(list_rep[i])
        first = list_rep[0]
        list_rep.insert(1, "=" * len(first))
        return '\n'.join(list_rep)

    def irepr(self):
        List = [self] + list(self.index_list)
        List = map(str, List)
        return '\n'.join(List)

    def set_empty(self):
        self.tuples = []
        for index in self.index_list:

    def drop_indices(self, db):
        for index in self.index_list:
            name = index.name
        self.index_list = []
        self.indices = kjbuckets.kjGraph()

    def regenerate_indices(self):
        (tuples, seqnums) = self.rows(1)
        #self.tuples = tuples
        for index in self.index_list:
            index.add_tuples(tuples, seqnums)

    def add_tuples(self, tuples):
        if not tuples: return
        tuples = filter(self.filter, tuples)
        oldtuples = self.tuples
        first = len(oldtuples)
        oldtuples[first:] = list(tuples)
        last = len(oldtuples)
        for index in self.index_list:
            index.add_tuples(tuples, xrange(first,last))
        self.touched = 1

    def attributes(self):
        return self.attribute_names

    def rows(self, andseqnums=0):
        tups = self.tuples
        # short cut
        if 0 not in tups:
            if andseqnums:
                return (tups, xrange(len(tups)))
                return tups
        result = list(self.tuples)
        if andseqnums: seqnums = result[:]
        count = 0
        for i in xrange(len(result)):
            t = result[i]
            if not isinstance(t, types.IntType):
                result[count] = t
                if andseqnums: seqnums[count] = i
                count = count+1
        result = result[:count]
        if andseqnums:
            return (result, seqnums[:count])
            return result

    def erase_tuples(self, seqnums):
        #print "et seqnums", seqnums
        if not seqnums: return
        tups = self.tuples
        # order important! indices first!
        for index in self.index_list:
            index.erase_tuples(seqnums, tups)
        for i in seqnums:
            #print "deleting", i
            tups[i] = 0
        #print self
        self.touched = 1

    def reset_tuples(self, tups, seqnums):
        # KISS for indices, maybe optimize someday...
        if not tups: return
        mytups = self.tuples
        for index in self.index_list:
            index.erase_tuples(seqnums, mytups)
        for i in xrange(len(seqnums)):
            seqnum = seqnums[i]
            mytups[seqnum] = tups[i]
        for index in self.index_list:
            index.add_tuples(tups, seqnums)
        self.touched = 1

# should views be here?

00816 class View(Relation0):
    """view object, acts like relation, with addl operations."""
    touched = 0
    is_view = 1
    is_shadow = 0

    ### must fix namelist!

00824     def __init__(self, name, namelist, selection, indb):
        """set namelist to None for implicit namelist"""
        self.name = name
        self.namelist = namelist
        self.selection = selection
        # attempt a relbind, no outer bindings!
        self.relbind(indb, {})
        self.cached_rows = None
        self.translate = None

    def __repr__(self):
        return "view %s as %s" % (self.name, self.selection)

    irepr = __repr__

    def uncache(self):
        self.cached_rows = None

    def UNDEFINED_OP_FOR_VIEW(*args, **kw):
        raise ValueError, "operation explicitly undefined for view object"

    shadow = dump = load = add_index = drop_index = set_empty = \
    add_tuples = erase_tuples = reset_tuples = UNDEFINED_OP_FOR_VIEW

00848     def ignore_op_for_view(*args, **kw):
        """ignore this op when applied to view"""

    drop_indices = regenerate_indices = ignore_op_for_view

00854     def choose_index(self, a):
        """no indices on views (might change this?)"""
        return None

00858     def relbind(self, db, atts):
        """bind self to db, ignore atts"""
        name = self.name
        selection = self.selection
        selection = self.selection = selection.relbind(db)
        namelist = self.namelist
        if namelist is not None:
            target_atts = selection.attributes()
            if len(namelist)!=len(target_atts):
                raise "select list and namelist don't match in %s"%name
            pairs = map(None, namelist, target_atts)
            self.translate = kjbuckets.kjGraph(pairs)
        return self

    def attributes(self):
        namelist = self.namelist
        if self.namelist is None:
            return self.selection.attributes()
        return namelist

    def rows(self, andseqs=0):
        cached_rows = self.cached_rows
        if cached_rows is None:
            cached_rows = self.cached_rows = self.selection.eval().rows()
            if self.namelist is not None:
                # translate the attribute names
                translate = self.translate
                for i in range(len(cached_rows)):
                    cached_rows[i] = cached_rows[i].remap(translate)
        if andseqs:
            return (cached_rows[:], range(len(cached_rows)))
            return cached_rows[:]

00892 class Index:
    """Index for tuples in relation.  Tightly bound to relation rep."""

    ### should add "unique index" and check enforce uniqueness...

    def __init__(self, name, attributes, unique=0):
        self.unique = unique
        self.name = name
        self.atts = tuple(attributes)
        # values > tuples
        self.index = {}
        self.dseqnums = {}

    def __repr__(self):
        un = ""
        if self.unique: un="UNIQUE "
        return "%sindex %s on %s" % (un, self.name, self.atts)

00910     def copy(self):
        """make a fast structural copy of self"""
        result = Index(self.name, self.atts, unique=self.unique)
        rindex = result.index
        rdseqnums = result.dseqnums
        myindex = self.index
        mydseqnums = self.dseqnums
        for k in myindex.keys():
            rindex[k] = myindex[k][:]
        for k in mydseqnums.keys():
            rdseqnums[k] = mydseqnums[k][:]
        return result

    def attributes(self):
        return self.atts

00926     def matches(self, tuple, translate=None):
        """return (tuples, seqnums) for tuples matching tuple
           (with possible translations"""
        if translate:
            tuple = translate * tuple
        atts = self.atts
        dump = tuple.dump(atts)
        index = self.index
        if index.has_key(dump):
            return (index[dump], self.dseqnums[dump])
            return ((), ())

    def clear(self):
        self.index = {}
        self.dseqnums = {}

    def add_tuples(self, tuples, seqnums):
        unique = self.unique
        atts = self.atts
        index = self.index
        dseqnums = self.dseqnums
        test = index.has_key
        for i in xrange(len(tuples)):
            tup = tuples[i]
            seqnum = seqnums[i]
            dump = tup.dump(atts)
            #print self.name, dump
            if test(dump):
                bucket = index[dump]
                #print "self", self
                #print "unique", unique
                #print "bucket", bucket
                if unique and bucket:
                    raise StorageError, "uniqueness violation: %s %s" %(
                      dump, self)
                index[dump] = [tup]
                dseqnums[dump] = [seqnum]

    def erase_tuples(self, seqnums, all_tuples):
        # all_tuples must be internal rel tuple list
        atts = self.atts
        index = self.index
        dseqnums = self.dseqnums
        for seqnum in seqnums:
            tup = all_tuples[seqnum]
            dump = tup.dump(atts)

00979 class shadow_dict:
    """shadow dictionary. defer & remember updates."""
    verbose = verbosity
    def __init__(self, shadowing, value_transform=None):
        self.shadowed = shadowing
        shadow = self.shadow = {}
        self.touched = {}
        for key in shadowing.keys():
            shadow[key] = shadowing[key]
        self.value_transform = value_transform
        # defeats inheritance! careful!
        self.values = shadow.values
        self.items = shadow.items
        self.keys = shadow.keys
        self.has_key = shadow.has_key

    def is_shadowed(self, name):
        return self.touched.has_key(name)

    def __len__(self):
        return len(self.shadow)

01001     def commit(self, verbose=0):
        """apply updates to shadowed."""
        verbose = verbose or self.verbose
        if self.touched:
            shadowed = self.shadowed
            shadow = self.shadow
            value_transform = self.value_transform
            keys = shadowed.keys()
            if verbose:
                print "shadowdict oldkeys", keys
            for k in keys:
                del shadowed[k]
            keys = shadow.keys()
            if verbose:
                print "shadowdict newkeys", keys
            for k in shadow.keys():
                value = shadow[k]
                if value_transform is not None:
                    value = value_transform(value)
                shadowed[k] = value
            self.touched = {}

    def __getitem__(self, key):
        return self.shadow[key]

    def __setitem__(self, key, item):
        if not isinstance(key, types.StringType):
            raise "nonstring", key
        if item is None:
            raise "none set", (key, item)
        self.touched[key] = 1
        self.shadow[key] = item

    def __delitem__(self, key):
        self.touched[key] = 1
        del self.shadow[key]

# stored mutations on relations
01039 class Add_Tuples:
    """stored rel.add_tuples(tuples)"""
    def __init__(self, name):
        self.to_rel = name
        self.indb = None
    def initargs(self):
        return (self.to_rel,)
01046     def set_data(self, tuples, rel):
        """store self.data as tuple with tuple[-1] as to_rel, rest data"""
        attributes = tuple(rel.attributes())
        ltuples = len(tuples)
        data = list(tuples)
        for i in xrange(ltuples):
            tdata = tuples[i].dump(attributes)
            data[i] = tdata
        self.data = tuple(data)
    def __repr__(self):
        datarep = map(repr, self.data)
        datarep = '\n  '.join(datarep)
        return "add tuples to %s\n  %s\n\n" % (self.to_rel, datarep)
    def marshaldata(self):
        return self.data
    def demarshal(self, data):
        self.data = data
    def relbind(self, db):
        self.indb = db
01065     def eval(self, dyn=None):
        """apply operation to db"""
        db = self.indb
        data = self.data
        name = self.to_rel
        rel = db[name]
        attributes = tuple(rel.attributes())
        tuples = list(data)
        undump = kjbuckets.kjUndump
        for i in xrange(len(tuples)):
            tuples[i] = undump(attributes, tuples[i])

01078 class Erase_Tuples(Add_Tuples):
    """stored rel.erase_tuples(seqnums)"""
01080     def set_data(self, seqnums, rel):
        seqnums = list(seqnums)
        self.data = tuple(seqnums)
    def __repr__(self):
        return "Erase seqnums in %s\n  %s\n\n" % (self.to_rel, self.data)
01085     def eval(self, dyn=None):
        db = self.indb
        seqnums = self.data
        name = self.to_rel
        rel = db[name]

01092 class Reset_Tuples(Add_Tuples):
    """stored rel.reset_tuples(tups, seqnums)"""
    def set_data(self, tups, seqnums, rel):
        attributes = tuple(rel.attributes())
        dtups = list(tups)
        for i in xrange(len(dtups)):
            dtups[i] = dtups[i].dump(attributes)
        self.data = (tuple(dtups), tuple(seqnums))
    def __repr__(self):
        (dtups, seqnums) = self.data
        pairs = map(None, seqnums, dtups)
        datarep = map(repr, pairs)
        datarep = '  \n'.join(datarep)
        return "Reset tuples in %s\n  %s\n\n" % (self.to_rel, datarep)
01106     def eval(self, dyn=None):
        db = self.indb
        (dtups, seqnums) = self.data
        tups = list(dtups)
        rel = db[self.to_rel]
        attributes = tuple(rel.attributes())
        undump = kjbuckets.kjUndump
        for i in xrange(len(dtups)):
            tups[i] = undump(attributes, dtups[i])
        rel.reset_tuples(tups, seqnums)

# Log entry tags

01123 class Transaction_Logger:
    """quick and dirty Log implementation per transaction."""
    verbose = verbosity

    def __init__(self, db_log, transactionid, is_scratch=0):
        self.db_log = db_log
        self.transactionid = transactionid
        # ignore all operations if set
        self.is_scratch = is_scratch
        self.dirty = 0
        self.deferred = []

    def reset(self):
        self.deferred = []

    def __repr__(self):
        return "Transaction_Logger(%s, %s, %s)" % (
           self.db_log, self.transactionid, self.is_scratch)

    def log(self, operation):
        verbose = self.verbose
        tid = self.transactionid
        if not self.is_scratch:
            if verbose:
                print "tid logs", tid, operation

    def flush(self):
        verbose = self.verbose
        if not self.is_scratch:
            tid = self.transactionid
            deferred = self.deferred
            self.deferred = []
            if self.db_log:
                for operation in deferred:
                    self.db_log.log(operation, tid)
            self.dirty = 1
        elif verbose:
            print "scratch log ignored", tid, operation

    def commit(self, verbose=0):
        verbose = self.verbose or verbose
        tid = self.transactionid
        if verbose:
            print "committing trans log", tid
        if self.is_scratch:
            if verbose:
                print "scratch commit ignored", tid
        if not self.dirty:
            if verbose:
                print "nondirty commit", tid
        self.db_log.commit(verbose, tid)
        if verbose:
            print "transaction is considered recoverable", tid

#    def __setattr__(self, attr, value):
#        if attr == 'dirty':
#            if hasattr(self, 'db_log'):
#                print 'TL(%x): %s set!'%(id(self), attr), `value`, `self.db_log`
#            else:
#                print 'TL(%x): %s set!'%(id(self), attr), `value`, 'no db_log'
#        elif attr == 'db_log':
#    #        import traceback;traceback.print_stack()
#            print 'TL(%x): %s set!'%(id(self), attr), `value`
#        self.__dict__[attr] = value

01192 class DB_Logger:
    """quick and dirty global db logger."""
    verbose = verbosity
    is_scratch = 0

    def __init__(self, filename, backupname):
        self.filename = filename
        # backup name is never kept open: existence indicates log in use.
        self.backupname = backupname
        self.file = None
        self.dirty = 0
        if self.verbose:
            print id(self), "created DB_Logger on", self.filename

    def __repr__(self):
        return "DB_Logger(%s)" % self.filename

    def startup(self):
        if self.verbose:
            print id(self), "preparing", self.filename
        # open happens automagically
        #self.file = open(self.filename, "wb")
        self.dirty = 0

    def shutdown(self):
        if self.verbose:
            print id(self), "shutting down log", self.filename
        file = self.file
        if file:
        self.file = None

    def clear(self):
        if self.verbose:
            print id(self), "clearing"

    def restart(self):
        if self.verbose:
            print id(self), "restarting log file", self.filename
        if self.file is not None:
        self.file = open(self.filename, "ab")
        dummy = open(self.backupname, "ab")
        self.dirty = 0

    def clear_log_file(self):
        if self.verbose:
            print id(self), "clearing logfile", self.filename
        if self.file is not None:
            self.file = None
        self.dirty = 0

01251     def log(self, operation, transactionid=None):
        """transactionid of None means no transaction: immediate."""
        file = self.file
        if file is None:
            file = self.file
        verbose = self.verbose
        serial = serialize.serialize(operation)
        data = (transactionid, serial)
        if verbose:
            print id(self), "logging:", transactionid
            print operation
        checksum_dump(data, file)
        self.dirty = 1

01266     def commit(self, verbose=0, transactionid=None):
        """add commit, if appropriate, flush."""
        verbose = self.verbose or verbose
        if not self.dirty and transactionid is None:
            if verbose: print "commit not needed", transactionid
        elif verbose:
            print "attempting commit", transactionid
        if transactionid is not None:
            self.log( COMMIT, transactionid )
            if verbose: print "committed", transactionid
        if verbose: print "flushing", self.filename
        self.dirty = 0

    def recover(self, db, restart=1):
        verbose = self.verbose
        filename = self.filename
        if verbose:
            print "attempting recovery from", self.filename
        file = self.file
        if file is not None:
            if verbose: print "closing file"
            self.file = None
        if verbose:
            print "opens should generate an error if no recovery needed"
            file = open(filename, "rb")
            file2 = open(self.backupname, "rb")
            if verbose:
                print "no recovery needed:", filename
                print sys.exc_type, sys.exc_value
            sys.exc_traceback = None
        if verbose: print "log found, recovering from", filename
        records = self.read_records(file)
        if verbose: print "scan for commit records"
        commits = {}
        for (i, (tid, op)) in records:
            if op==COMMIT:
                if verbose: print "transaction", tid, "commit at", i
                commits[tid] = i
            elif verbose:
                print i, tid, "operation\n", op
        if verbose: print commits, "commits total"
        if verbose: print "applying commited operations, in order"
        committed = commits.has_key
        for (i, (tid, op)) in records:
            if tid is None or (committed(tid) and commits[tid]>i):
                if isinstance(op, types.StringType):
                    if verbose:
                        print "skipping marker", tid, op
                if verbose:
                    print "executing for", tid, i
                    print op
                #### Note: silently eat errors unless verbose
                ### (eg in case of table recreation...)
                ### There should be a better way to do this!!!
                    if verbose:
                        print "error", sys.exc_type, sys.exc_value
                        print "binding or evaluating logged operation:"
                        print op
            elif verbose:
                print "uncommitted operation", tid, i
        if verbose:
            print "recovery successful: clearing log file"
        if restart:
            if verbose:
                print "recreating empty log file"

01346     def read_records(self, file):
        """return log record as (index, (tid, op)) list"""
        verbose = self.verbose
        if verbose: print "reading log records to error"
        records = {}
        count = 0
        while 1:
                data = checksum_undump(file)
                if verbose:
                    print "record read terminated with error", len(records)
                    print sys.exc_type, sys.exc_value
            (transactionid, serial) = data
            operation = serialize.deserialize(serial)
            records[count] = (transactionid, operation)
            if verbose:
                print count, ": read for", transactionid
                print operation
            count = count+1
        if verbose: print len(records), "records total"
        records = records.items()
        return records

    def dump(self):
        verbose = self.verbose
        print "dumping log"
        self.verbose = 1
            file = open(self.filename, "rb")
            print "DUMP FAILED, cannot open", self.filename
        self.verbose = verbose

# $Log: store.py,v $
# Revision 1.7  2002/05/11 02:59:05  richard
# Added info into module docstrings.
# Fixed docco of kwParsing to reflect new grammar "marshalling".
# Fixed bug in gadfly.open - most likely introduced during sql loading
# re-work (though looking back at the diff from back then, I can't see how it
# wasn't different before, but it musta been ;)
# A buncha new unit test stuff.
# Revision 1.6  2002/05/08 00:49:00  anthonybaxter
# El Grande Grande reindente! Ran reindent.py over the whole thing.
# Gosh, what a lot of checkins. Tests still pass with 2.1 and 2.2.
# Revision 1.5  2002/05/08 00:31:52  richard
# More cleanup.
# Revision 1.4  2002/05/07 23:19:02  richard
# Removed circular import (at import time at least)
# Revision 1.3  2002/05/07 14:36:10  anthonybaxter
# oops. silliness fixed
# Revision 1.2  2002/05/07 04:38:03  anthonybaxter
# remove annoying try/except that was hiding an error.
# Revision  2002/05/06 07:31:09  richard

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