Store files, make sure, that there are never more files in one directory than
Path on which the storage operates.
Maximal number of files in directory.
File read blocksize.
Hashing function used for FN.
file_path_from_hash(file_hash, path=None, hash_list=None)¶
For given file_hash, return path on filesystem.
- file_hash (str) – Hash of the file, for which you wish to know the path.
- path (str, default None) – Recursion argument, don’t set this.
- hash_list (list, default None) – Recursion argument, don’t set this.
Path for given file_hash contained in
Return type: Raises:
IOError– If the file with corresponding file_hash is not in storage.
Add new file into the storage.
file_obj (file) – Opened file-like object.
Path where the file-like object is stored contained with hash in
AssertionError– If the file_obj is not file-like object.
IOError– If the file couldn’t be added to storage.
Remove file from the storage. File is identified by opened file_obj, from which the hashes / path are computed.
Parameters: file_obj (file) – Opened file-like object, which is used to compute hashes. Raises:
IOError– If the file_obj is not in storage.
Remove file/archive by it’s file_hash.
Parameters: file_hash (str) – Hash, which is used to find the file in storage. Raises:
IOError– If the file for given file_hash was not found in storage.