1. 05 Apr, 2020 2 commits
  2. 14 Feb, 2020 1 commit
  3. 10 Feb, 2020 4 commits
  4. 16 Jan, 2020 1 commit
  5. 12 Apr, 2019 1 commit
  6. 12 Mar, 2019 7 commits
    • go/zodb: Cosmetics · adb2ada3
      More comments, typos, ...
      Kirill Smelkov committed
    • go/zodb: LiveCache: Reclassify all objects on cache control change · 1e6aeeee
      If cache control changes, all objects needs to go through new cache
      control as what was e.g. pinned before could be in other class
      from the point of view of new cache control.
      Tests pending...
      Kirill Smelkov committed
    • go/zodb: LiveCache: Allow objects to be pinned / omitted from the cache · 4357db3f
      We already have LiveCacheControl and policy to keep object state in live
      cache. However that state is currently kept only until the object is
      present in the cache, and the object is there currently only until there
      are live pointers to the object from anywhere. If all such pointers go
      away, LiveCache currently discards the object.
      Add a way (PCachePinObject) to tell live cache that it must retain an
      object even if there are no other pointers to it. This is needed for
      Wendelin.core which semantically relies on some objects to be present in
      live cache, even if in ghost state, for propagating ZODB invalidations
      into OS pagecache:
      For symmetry add a way (PCacheDropObject) to tell live cache that it
      must not retain an object. This makes sense for objects that are read in
      large only once to avoid needlessly evicting all other objects while
      making the room for what won't be soon used again.
      For completeness add also a way (PCacheDropState) to tell live cache
      that the state of this object should not be cached. This can make sense
      even for objects that are pinned: for example Wendelin.core pins ZBlk
      objects to rely on volatile metadata it attaches to them, but have to
      drop ZBlk state that was loaded from database: that state is propagated
      to be cached in OS pagecache, and keeping it also in ZODB live cache
      would just waste RAM.
      Finally add test to cover LiveCache/LiveCacheControl functionality in
      Kirill Smelkov committed
    • go/zodb: Prepare to rework/fix LiveCache control · cb6fd5a8
      We are going to rework LiveCache to support both retaining objects in
      cache even though if all pointers to them went away (currently such
      objects disappear from cache), and to tell the cache that such and such
      object should not be cached at all, e.g. not to evict all other objects
      on one-time large reads.
      This will be done by LiveCacheControl giving cache policy classification
      for an object. Prepare for that and change
      	WantEvict(obj) -> bool
      	PCacheClassify(obj) PCachePolicy
      which can give more information to LiveCache about how to handle an
      This is only a preparatory patch as there is neither no new
      functionality nor fixes here.
      Kirill Smelkov committed
    • go/zodb: persistent tests: Factor test database setup out of TestPersistentDB · 1a2772e3
      We already have "testing connection" functionality in common place (was
      named tPersistentDB -> now tConnection). However the functionality to
      "setup and use testing database" was inside TestPersistentDB only.
      Since we are going to add more tests, factor that functionality out of
      TestPersistentDB into shared infrastructure that could be reused in
      between tests (-> tDB).
      Kirill Smelkov committed
    • go/zodb: persistent test: Fix thinko in tPersistentDB.checkObj · e1d57c16
      It was printing oid instead of obj.
      Kirill Smelkov committed
    • go/zodb: Don't expose LiveCache internal organization onto its users · 2e8448ad
      Provide functions to:
      - set cache element
      - iterate through all elements
      LiveCache organization will be changed in the following patch, and it is
      better to keep the knowledge about its internal structure localized.
      Kirill Smelkov committed
  7. 10 Mar, 2019 2 commits
    • go/zodb: OpenStorage -> Open · 6badef15
      For ZODB we always open database at storage level. Thus `zodb.Open(zurl)`
      is relevant. At application level we open database creating DB from
      IStorage and using DB.Open() .
      Kirill Smelkov committed
    • go/zodb: LastTid -> Sync + Head · 151d8b79
      Today LastTid is ambiguous: does it return locally cached last transaction ID,
      or it performs round-trip to server to get more uptodate view of what has been
      last committed? As the result of this ambiguity some drivers (e.g. FileStorage,
      ZEO) return cached view, while other drivers (upcoming NEO, living on t branch)
      was doing the full round-trip.
      There are also situations where whether or not LastTid performs syncing to
      server affects semantics: for example if there are two ERP5 nodes and one
      node commits something into ZODB and conveys the fact that something has been
      committed via another channel, the second ERP5 node should have a reliable way
      to observe committed data. But currently there is no such way: on next DB.Open,
      even with at=0 meaning "use latest transaction" and with opt.NoSync=false,
      DB.Open uses storage.LastTid() as a way to sync and oops - for some drivers it
      won't result in real synchronization and thus opened connection could
      potentially have older view with not yet latest data.
      To fix this ambiguity require drivers to provide Sync functionality only. That
      should return ID of last transaction committed to storage data as observed from
      some time _afterwards_ Sync call was made. In other words for particular
      client-server case, Sync cannot return cached view of storage and has to
      perform round-trip to the server.
      At IStorage level we provide two entry points: Sync, to perform syncing, and
      Head that returns database head (last transaction ID) as viewed by local cache
      without any synchronization.
      Please see changes to IStorageDriver and IStorage interfaces for details.
      The rest of the changes are:
      - teach zodb.storage (the IStorage implementer) to actually implement Sync/Head.
      - adapt zodb.DB to perform Sync for !opt.NoSync case.
      - teach FileStorage to do proper syncing instead of returning local cache.
      - teach ZEO to perform "lastTransaction" RPC call for syncing instead of
        returning local cache.
      - adapt the rest of the tree to interfaces change.
      Kirill Smelkov committed
  8. 08 Mar, 2019 2 commits
    • go/zodb: DB: preserve δtail not to go down to ø slice on seldom commits · 4224b580
      If we use only the rule that we keep last 10 minutes of database
      history, and commits come less often than that - e.g. once per 30
      minutes, on every new commit we'll be throwing away all δtail data,
      which would result on completely throwing away live cache on every
      DB.Open .
      Add another rule to cover seldom updates spectrum so that we never throw
      till empty δtail and keep at least 10 elements in δtail queue. This will
      make sure that live cache is preserved even when updates to database are
      seldom to come.
      Tests pending...
      Kirill Smelkov committed
    • go/zodb: ΔTail += Data() · 8ee32480
      This gives access to raw data stored in ΔTail. We'll need this in the
      next commit, as well as going through raw δtail data is also generally
      Kirill Smelkov committed
  9. 06 Mar, 2019 6 commits
    • go/zodb: Connection.Resync · bae8fda6
      Add low-level option to resync Connection to another database state with
      preserving its live cache.
      Wendelin.core needs this for its main ZODB connection because it needs
      to carefully propagate ZODB invalidations into file invalidations and
      semantically relies on objects staying in ZODB live cache for this to
      work correctly:
      Kirill Smelkov committed
    • go/zodb: DB: handle invalidations · 918455e7
      Implement invalidation handling to teach DB to reuse Connections from
      connection pool: after connection is returned to the pool on transaction
      completion, we can use this connection for next DB.Open(at) request, by
      seeing which objects we changed in conn.at..at range and invalidating
      those objects in connection live cache.
      To know which objects were changed, DB adds watch on its storage and
      maintains some history tail (using ΔTail - see previous commit).
      Finally add test for both DB and Connection, and also for Persistent,
      LiveCache, ... - as all those application-level components are tightly
      Kirill Smelkov committed
    • go/zodb: ΔTail · d8e9d7a9
      Add ΔTail - utility class to keep track of history tail of revisional
      changes. This will be needed for both DB (to handle invalidations) and
      for raw Cache(*). It also might be useful in places outside of zodb/go -
      for example WCFS from Wendelin.core uses ΔTail to keep track of which
      ZODB revision changed which block of file(+).
      Please see ΔTail comments for details.
      (*) to check a bit ahead on load to see whether loaded serial is
      actually the latest one for ≤ Cache.head, and, if yes, mark
      corresponding cache entry as having .head="current" so that the entry
      coverage could be extended when Cache.head is extended to cover more
      database state instead of loading the same data from the database again.
      (+) that's why we have δtail.go.cat-generic, so that third-party
      packages could adapt ΔTail to needed types.
      Kirill Smelkov committed
    • go/zodb: ↑ SNR for ConnOptions · 030b0c42
      We are going to add more options. Adopt "!" prefix as "no" for
      something. Make the code flow in ConnOptions more suitable for further
      additions without changing formatter for previous option.
      Kirill Smelkov committed
    • go/zodb: Require DB to be closed · 2f5e3606
      DB is a "handle to database". It has to be closed to release its
      resources when no longer needed. We don't have to release anything
      currently, but that will soon change in a followup patch.
      Kirill Smelkov committed
  10. 20 Feb, 2019 9 commits
  11. 19 Feb, 2019 4 commits
  12. 18 Feb, 2019 1 commit