1. 15 Sep, 2015 1 commit
    • WIP: Make admin node a web-app · 10d8f0ce
      The goal is to get rid off the neoctl command-line tool, and to manage the
      cluster via a web browser, or tools like 'wget'. Then, it will be possible to
      provide an web user interface to connect to the underlying DB of any storage
      node, usually a SQL client.
      
      The design of admin app is finished:
      - it's threaded like client's
      - it's a WSGI app
      
      I also hacked a HTTP API as quickly as possible to make all tests pass.
      
      TODO:
      - define a better HTTP API
      - there's no UI at all yet
      - remove all unused packets from the protocol (those that were only used
        between neoctl and admin node)
      
      There's currently no UI implemented.
      
      There are a few dead files (not deleted yet) in case that they contain a few
      pieces of useful code:
       neo/neoctl/app.py
       neo/neoctl/handler.py
       neo/scripts/neoctl.py
      Julien Muchembled committed
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    • Review logging to keep all debugging information in RAM and flush only if useful · 1fce5cc4
      The main goal of this patch is to keep all DEBUG logs and packet logger enabled
      without exploding disk usage.
      This is done by keeping the last 16 MB (by default) of debugging information in
      a RAM buffer, and to emit it to an SQLite DB upon RTMIN signal or in case of
      warning and more severe log.
      
      Implementation is also cleaned up for better integration within a framework
      or if run standalone. NEO logger is now a direct child of root handler.
      Only warnings and more severe logs are forwarded to root handler.
      
      A new script 'neolog' is added to pretty-print the contents of the SQLite log.
      
      In unit tests, logging events are not buffered but emitted immediately.
      When a test passes, payloads of all exchanged packets are discarded to reduce
      disk usage on test bots.
      
      This slows down performance tests by about 15 % because even if nothing is
      written to disk, debug and packet log records are now always rendered.
      Julien Muchembled committed
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