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$Id: interface.py 54 2010-02-22 02:33:10Z nikratio $
Copyright (c) 2010, Nikolaus Rath <Nikolaus@rath.org>
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This module defines the interface between the FUSE C and Python API. The actual file system
is implemented as an `Operations` instance whose methods will
be called by the fuse library.
Note that all "string-like" quantities (e.g. file names, extended attribute names & values) are
represented as bytes, since POSIX doesn't require any of them to be valid unicode strings.
Exception Handling
------------------
Since Python exceptions cannot be forwarded to the FUSE kernel module,
the FUSE Python API catches all exceptions that are generated during
request processing.
If the exception is of type `FUSEError`, the appropriate errno is returned
to the kernel module and the exception is discarded.
For any other exceptions, a warning is logged and a generic error signaled
to the kernel module. Then the `handle_exc` method of the `Operations`
instance is called, so that the file system itself has a chance to react
to the problem (e.g. by marking the file system as needing a check).
The return value and any raised exceptions of `handle_exc` are ignored.
'''
# Since we are using ctype Structures, we often have to
# access attributes that are not defined in __init__
# (since they are defined in _fields_ instead)
#pylint: disable-msg=W0212
# We need globals
#pylint: disable-msg=W0603
from __future__ import division, print_function, absolute_import
# Using .. as libfuse makes PyDev really unhappy.
from . import ctypes_api
libfuse = ctypes_api
from ctypes import c_char_p, sizeof, create_string_buffer, addressof, string_at, POINTER, c_char, cast
from functools import partial
import errno
import logging
import sys
__all__ = [ 'FUSEError', 'ENOATTR', 'ENOTSUP', 'init', 'main', 'close',
'fuse_version' ]
# These should really be defined in the errno module, but
# unfortunately they are missing
ENOATTR = libfuse.ENOATTR
ENOTSUP = libfuse.ENOTSUP
log = logging.getLogger("fuse")
# Init globals
operations = None
fuse_ops = None
mountpoint = None
session = None
channel = None
class DiscardedRequest(Exception):
'''Request was interrupted and reply discarded.
'''
pass
class ReplyError(Exception):
'''Unable to send reply to fuse kernel module.
'''
pass
class FUSEError(Exception):
'''Wrapped errno value to be returned to the fuse kernel module
This exception can store only an errno. Request handlers should raise
to return a specific errno to the fuse kernel module.
'''
__slots__ = [ 'errno' ]
def __init__(self, errno_):
super(FUSEError, self).__init__()
self.errno = errno_
def __str__(self):
# errno may not have strings for all error codes
return errno.errorcode.get(self.errno, str(self.errno))
def check_reply_result(result, func, *args):
'''Check result of a call to a fuse_reply_* foreign function
If `result` is 0, it is assumed that the call succeeded and the function does nothing.
If result is `-errno.ENOENT`, this means that the request has been discarded and `DiscardedRequest`
is raised.
In all other cases, `ReplyError` is raised.
(We do not try to call `fuse_reply_err` or any other reply method as well, because the first reply
function may have already invalidated the `req` object and it seems better to (possibly) let the
request pend than to crash the server application.)
'''
if result == 0:
return None
elif result == -errno.ENOENT:
raise DiscardedRequest()
elif result > 0:
raise ReplyError('Foreign function %s returned unexpected value %d'
% (func.name, result))
elif result < 0:
raise ReplyError('Foreign function %s returned error %s'
% (func.name, errno.errorcode.get(-result, str(-result))))
#
# Set return checker for common ctypes calls
#
reply_functions = [ 'fuse_reply_err', 'fuse_reply_entry',
'fuse_reply_create', 'fuse_reply_readlink', 'fuse_reply_open',
'fuse_reply_write', 'fuse_reply_attr', 'fuse_reply_buf',
'fuse_reply_iov', 'fuse_reply_statfs', 'fuse_reply_xattr',
'fuse_reply_lock' ]
for fname in reply_functions:
getattr(libfuse, fname).errcheck = check_reply_result
# Name isn't stored by ctypes
getattr(libfuse, fname).name = fname
def dict_to_entry(attr):
'''Convert dict to fuse_entry_param'''
entry = libfuse.fuse_entry_param()
entry.ino = attr['st_ino']
entry.generation = attr.pop('generation')
entry.entry_timeout = attr.pop('entry_timeout')
entry.attr_timeout = attr.pop('attr_timeout')
entry.attr = dict_to_stat(attr)
return entry
def dict_to_stat(attr):
'''Convert dict to struct stat'''
stat = libfuse.stat()
# Determine correct way to store times
if hasattr(stat, 'st_atim'): # Linux
get_timespec_key = lambda key: key[:-1]
elif hasattr(stat, 'st_atimespec'): # FreeBSD
get_timespec_key = lambda key: key + 'spec'
else:
get_timespec_key = False
# Raises exception if there are any unknown keys
for (key, val) in attr.iteritems():
if val is None: # do not set undefined items
continue
if get_timespec_key and key in ('st_atime', 'st_mtime', 'st_ctime'):
key = get_timespec_key(key)
spec = libfuse.timespec()
spec.tv_sec = int(val)
spec.tv_nsec = int((val - int(val)) * 10 ** 9)
val = spec
setattr(stat, key, val)
return stat
def stat_to_dict(stat):
'''Convert ``struct stat`` to dict'''
attr = dict()
for (name, dummy) in libfuse.stat._fields_:
if name.startswith('__'):
continue
if name in ('st_atim', 'st_mtim', 'st_ctim'):
key = name + 'e'
attr[key] = getattr(stat, name).tv_sec + getattr(stat, name).tv_nsec / 10 ** 9
elif name in ('st_atimespec', 'st_mtimespec', 'st_ctimespec'):
key = name[:-4]
attr[key] = getattr(stat, name).tv_sec + getattr(stat, name).tv_nsec / 10 ** 9
else:
attr[name] = getattr(stat, name)
return attr
def op_wrapper(func, req, *args):
'''Catch all exceptions and call fuse_reply_err instead'''
try:
func(req, *args)
except FUSEError as e:
log.debug('op_wrapper caught FUSEError, calling fuse_reply_err(%s)',
errno.errorcode.get(e.errno, str(e.errno)))
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_err(req, e.errno)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
except Exception as exc:
log.exception('FUSE handler raised exception.')
# Report error to filesystem
if hasattr(operations, 'handle_exc'):
try:
operations.handle_exc(exc)
except:
pass
# Send error reply, unless the error occured when replying
if not isinstance(exc, ReplyError):
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_err(EIO)')
libfuse.fuse_reply_err(req, errno.EIO)
def fuse_version():
'''Return version of loaded fuse library'''
return libfuse.fuse_version()
def init(operations_, mountpoint_, args):
'''Initialize and mount FUSE file system
`operations_` has to be an instance of the `Operations` class (or another
class defining the same methods).
`args` has to be a list of strings. Valid options are listed in struct fuse_opt fuse_mount_opts[]
(mount.c:68) and struct fuse_opt fuse_ll_opts[] (fuse_lowlevel_c:1526).
'''
log.debug('Initializing llfuse')
global operations
global fuse_ops
global mountpoint
global session
global channel
# Give operations instance a chance to check and change
# the FUSE options
operations_.check_args(args)
mountpoint = mountpoint_
operations = operations_
fuse_ops = libfuse.fuse_lowlevel_ops()
fuse_args = make_fuse_args(args)
# Init fuse_ops
module = globals()
for (name, prototype) in libfuse.fuse_lowlevel_ops._fields_:
if hasattr(operations, name):
method = partial(op_wrapper, module['fuse_' + name])
setattr(fuse_ops, name, prototype(method))
log.debug('Calling fuse_mount')
channel = libfuse.fuse_mount(mountpoint, fuse_args)
if not channel:
raise RuntimeError('fuse_mount failed')
try:
log.debug('Calling fuse_lowlevel_new')
session = libfuse.fuse_lowlevel_new(fuse_args, fuse_ops, sizeof(fuse_ops), None)
if not session:
raise RuntimeError("fuse_lowlevel_new() failed")
try:
log.debug('Calling fuse_set_signal_handlers')
if libfuse.fuse_set_signal_handlers(session) == -1:
raise RuntimeError("fuse_set_signal_handlers() failed")
try:
log.debug('Calling fuse_session_add_chan')
libfuse.fuse_session_add_chan(session, channel)
session = session
channel = channel
return
except:
log.debug('Calling fuse_remove_signal_handlers')
libfuse.fuse_remove_signal_handlers(session)
raise
except:
log.debug('Calling fuse_session_destroy')
libfuse.fuse_session_destroy(session)
raise
except:
log.debug('Calling fuse_unmount')
libfuse.fuse_unmount(mountpoint, channel)
raise
def make_fuse_args(args):
'''Create fuse_args Structure for given mount options'''
args1 = [ sys.argv[0] ]
for opt in args:
args1.append(b'-o')
args1.append(opt)
# Init fuse_args struct
fuse_args = libfuse.fuse_args()
fuse_args.allocated = 0
fuse_args.argc = len(args1)
fuse_args.argv = (POINTER(c_char) * len(args1))(*[cast(c_char_p(x), POINTER(c_char))
for x in args1])
return fuse_args
def main(single=False):
'''Run FUSE main loop'''
if not session:
raise RuntimeError('Need to call init() before main()')
if single:
log.debug('Calling fuse_session_loop')
if libfuse.fuse_session_loop(session) != 0:
raise RuntimeError("fuse_session_loop() failed")
else:
log.debug('Calling fuse_session_loop_mt')
if libfuse.fuse_session_loop_mt(session) != 0:
raise RuntimeError("fuse_session_loop_mt() failed")
def close():
'''Unmount file system and clean up'''
global operations
global fuse_ops
global mountpoint
global session
global channel
log.debug('Calling fuse_session_remove_chan')
libfuse.fuse_session_remove_chan(channel)
log.debug('Calling fuse_remove_signal_handlers')
libfuse.fuse_remove_signal_handlers(session)
log.debug('Calling fuse_session_destroy')
libfuse.fuse_session_destroy(session)
log.debug('Calling fuse_unmount')
libfuse.fuse_unmount(mountpoint, channel)
operations = None
fuse_ops = None
mountpoint = None
session = None
channel = None
def fuse_lookup(req, parent_inode, name):
'''Look up a directory entry by name and get its attributes'''
log.debug('Handling lookup(%d, %s)', parent_inode, string_at(name))
attr = operations.lookup(parent_inode, string_at(name))
entry = dict_to_entry(attr)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_entry')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_entry(req, entry)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_init(userdata_p, conn_info_p):
'''Initialize Operations'''
operations.init()
def fuse_destroy(userdata_p):
'''Cleanup Operations'''
operations.destroy()
def fuse_getattr(req, ino, _unused):
'''Get attributes for `ino`'''
log.debug('Handling getattr(%d)', ino)
attr = operations.getattr(ino)
attr_timeout = attr.pop('attr_timeout')
stat = dict_to_stat(attr)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_attr')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_attr(req, stat, attr_timeout)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_access(req, ino, mask):
'''Check if calling user has `mask` rights for `ino`'''
log.debug('Handling access(%d, %o)', ino, mask)
# Get UID
ctx = libfuse.fuse_req_ctx(req).contents
# Define a function that returns a list of the GIDs
def get_gids():
# Get GID list if FUSE supports it
# Weird syntax to prevent PyDev from complaining
getgroups = getattr(libfuse, "fuse_req_getgroups")
gid_t = getattr(libfuse, 'gid_t')
no = 10
buf = (gid_t * no)(range(no))
ret = getgroups(req, no, buf)
if ret > no:
no = ret
buf = (gid_t * no)(range(no))
ret = getgroups(req, no, buf)
return [ buf[i].value for i in range(ret) ]
ret = operations.access(ino, mask, ctx, get_gids)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_err')
try:
if ret:
libfuse.fuse_reply_err(req, 0)
else:
libfuse.fuse_reply_err(req, errno.EPERM)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_create(req, ino_parent, name, mode, fi):
'''Create and open a file'''
log.debug('Handling create(%d, %s, %o)', ino_parent, string_at(name), mode)
(fh, attr) = operations.create(ino_parent, string_at(name), mode,
libfuse.fuse_req_ctx(req).contents)
fi.contents.fh = fh
fi.contents.keep_cache = 1
entry = dict_to_entry(attr)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_create')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_create(req, entry, fi)
except DiscardedRequest:
operations.release(fh)
def fuse_flush(req, ino, fi):
'''Handle close() system call
May be called multiple times for the same open file.
'''
log.debug('Handling flush(%d)', fi.contents.fh)
operations.flush(fi.contents.fh)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_err(0)')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_err(req, 0)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_fsync(req, ino, datasync, fi):
'''Flush buffers for `ino`
If the datasync parameter is non-zero, then only the user data
is flushed (and not the meta data).
'''
log.debug('Handling fsync(%d, %s)', fi.contents.fh, datasync != 0)
operations.fsync(fi.contents.fh, datasync != 0)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_err(0)')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_err(req, 0)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_fsyncdir(req, ino, datasync, fi):
'''Synchronize directory contents
If the datasync parameter is non-zero, then only the directory contents
are flushed (and not the meta data about the directory itself).
'''
log.debug('Handling fsyncdir(%d, %s)', fi.contents.fh, datasync != 0)
operations.fsyncdir(fi.contents.fh, datasync != 0)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_err(0)')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_err(req, 0)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_getxattr(req, ino, name, size):
'''Get an extended attribute.
'''
log.debug('Handling getxattr(%d, %r, %d)', ino, string_at(name), size)
val = operations.getxattr(ino, string_at(name))
if not isinstance(val, bytes):
raise TypeError("getxattr return value must be of type bytes")
try:
if size == 0:
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_xattr')
libfuse.fuse_reply_xattr(req, len(val))
elif size >= len(val):
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_buf')
libfuse.fuse_reply_buf(req, val, len(val))
else:
raise FUSEError(errno.ERANGE)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_link(req, ino, new_parent_ino, new_name):
'''Create a hard link'''
log.debug('Handling fuse_link(%d, %d, %s)', ino, new_parent_ino, string_at(new_name))
attr = operations.link(ino, new_parent_ino, string_at(new_name))
entry = dict_to_entry(attr)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_entry')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_entry(req, entry)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_listxattr(req, inode, size):
'''List extended attributes for `inode`'''
log.debug('Handling listxattr(%d)', inode)
names = operations.listxattr(inode)
if not all([ isinstance(name, bytes) for name in names]):
raise TypeError("listxattr return value must be list of bytes")
# Size of the \0 separated buffer
act_size = (len(names) - 1) + sum([ len(name) for name in names ])
if size == 0:
try:
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_xattr')
libfuse.fuse_reply_xattr(req, len(names))
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
elif act_size > size:
raise FUSEError(errno.ERANGE)
else:
try:
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_buf')
libfuse.fuse_reply_buf(req, b'\0'.join(names), act_size)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_mkdir(req, inode_parent, name, mode):
'''Create directory'''
log.debug('Handling mkdir(%d, %s, %o)', inode_parent, string_at(name), mode)
attr = operations.mkdir(inode_parent, string_at(name), mode,
libfuse.fuse_req_ctx(req).contents)
entry = dict_to_entry(attr)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_entry')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_entry(req, entry)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_mknod(req, inode_parent, name, mode, rdev):
'''Create (possibly special) file'''
log.debug('Handling mknod(%d, %s, %o, %d)', inode_parent, string_at(name),
mode, rdev)
attr = operations.mknod(inode_parent, string_at(name), mode, rdev,
libfuse.fuse_req_ctx(req).contents)
entry = dict_to_entry(attr)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_entry')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_entry(req, entry)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_open(req, inode, fi):
'''Open a file'''
log.debug('Handling open(%d, %d)', inode, fi.contents.flags)
fi.contents.fh = operations.open(inode, fi.contents.flags)
fi.contents.keep_cache = 1
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_open')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_open(req, fi)
except DiscardedRequest:
operations.release(inode, fi.contents.fh)
def fuse_opendir(req, inode, fi):
'''Open a directory'''
log.debug('Handling opendir(%d)', inode)
fi.contents.fh = operations.opendir(inode)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_open')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_open(req, fi)
except DiscardedRequest:
operations.releasedir(fi.contents.fh)
def fuse_read(req, ino, size, off, fi):
'''Read data from file'''
log.debug('Handling read(ino=%d, off=%d, size=%d)', fi.contents.fh, off, size)
data = operations.read(fi.contents.fh, off, size)
if not isinstance(data, bytes):
raise TypeError("read() must return bytes")
if len(data) > size:
raise ValueError('read() must not return more than `size` bytes')
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_buf')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_buf(req, data, len(data))
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_readlink(req, inode):
'''Read target of symbolic link'''
log.debug('Handling readlink(%d)', inode)
target = operations.readlink(inode)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_readlink')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_readlink(req, target)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_readdir(req, ino, bufsize, off, fi):
'''Read directory entries'''
log.debug('Handling readdir(%d, %d, %d, %d)', ino, bufsize, off, fi.contents.fh)
# Collect as much entries as we can return
entries = list()
size = 0
for (name, attr) in operations.readdir(fi.contents.fh, off):
if not isinstance(name, bytes):
raise TypeError("readdir() must return entry names as bytes")
stat = dict_to_stat(attr)
entry_size = libfuse.fuse_add_direntry(req, None, 0, name, stat, 0)
if size + entry_size > bufsize:
break
entries.append((name, stat))
size += entry_size
log.debug('Gathered %d entries, total size %d', len(entries), size)
# If there are no entries left, return empty buffer
if not entries:
try:
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_buf')
libfuse.fuse_reply_buf(req, None, 0)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
return
# Create and fill buffer
log.debug('Adding entries to buffer')
buf = create_string_buffer(size)
next_ = off
addr_off = 0
for (name, stat) in entries:
next_ += 1
addr_off += libfuse.fuse_add_direntry(req, cast(addressof(buf) + addr_off, POINTER(c_char)),
bufsize, name, stat, next_)
# Return buffer
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_buf')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_buf(req, buf, size)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_release(req, inode, fi):
'''Release open file'''
log.debug('Handling release(%d)', fi.contents.fh)
operations.release(fi.contents.fh)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_err(0)')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_err(req, 0)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_releasedir(req, inode, fi):
'''Release open directory'''
log.debug('Handling releasedir(%d)', fi.contents.fh)
operations.releasedir(fi.contents.fh)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_err(0)')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_err(req, 0)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_removexattr(req, inode, name):
'''Remove extended attribute'''
log.debug('Handling removexattr(%d, %s)', inode, string_at(name))
operations.removexattr(inode, string_at(name))
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_err(0)')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_err(req, 0)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_rename(req, parent_inode_old, name_old, parent_inode_new, name_new):
'''Rename a directory entry'''
log.debug('Handling rename(%d, %r, %d, %r)', parent_inode_old, string_at(name_old),
parent_inode_new, string_at(name_new))
operations.rename(parent_inode_old, string_at(name_old), parent_inode_new,
string_at(name_new))
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_err(0)')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_err(req, 0)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_rmdir(req, inode_parent, name):
'''Remove a directory'''
log.debug('Handling rmdir(%d, %r)', inode_parent, string_at(name))
operations.rmdir(inode_parent, string_at(name))
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_err(0)')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_err(req, 0)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_setattr(req, inode, stat, to_set, fi):
'''Change directory entry attributes'''
log.debug('Handling fuse_setattr(%d)', inode)
# Note: We can't check if we know all possible flags,
# because the part of to_set that is not "covered"
# by flags seems to be undefined rather than zero.
attr_all = stat_to_dict(stat.contents)
attr = dict()
if (to_set & libfuse.FUSE_SET_ATTR_MTIME) != 0:
attr['st_mtime'] = attr_all['st_mtime']
if (to_set & libfuse.FUSE_SET_ATTR_ATIME) != 0:
attr['st_atime'] = attr_all['st_atime']
if (to_set & libfuse.FUSE_SET_ATTR_MODE) != 0:
attr['st_mode'] = attr_all['st_mode']
if (to_set & libfuse.FUSE_SET_ATTR_UID) != 0:
attr['st_uid'] = attr_all['st_uid']
if (to_set & libfuse.FUSE_SET_ATTR_GID) != 0:
attr['st_gid'] = attr_all['st_gid']
if (to_set & libfuse.FUSE_SET_ATTR_SIZE) != 0:
attr['st_size'] = attr_all['st_size']
attr = operations.setattr(inode, attr)
attr_timeout = attr.pop('attr_timeout')
stat = dict_to_stat(attr)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_attr')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_attr(req, stat, attr_timeout)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_setxattr(req, inode, name, val, size, flags):
'''Set an extended attribute'''
log.debug('Handling setxattr(%d, %r, %r, %d)', inode, string_at(name),
string_at(val, size), flags)
# Make sure we know all the flags
if (flags & ~(libfuse.XATTR_CREATE | libfuse.XATTR_REPLACE)) != 0:
raise ValueError('unknown flag')
if (flags & libfuse.XATTR_CREATE) != 0:
try:
operations.getxattr(inode, string_at(name))
except FUSEError as e:
if e.errno == ENOATTR:
pass
raise
else:
raise FUSEError(errno.EEXIST)
elif (flags & libfuse.XATTR_REPLACE) != 0:
# Exception can be passed on if the attribute does not exist
operations.getxattr(inode, string_at(name))
operations.setxattr(inode, string_at(name), string_at(val, size))
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_err(0)')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_err(req, 0)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_statfs(req, inode):
'''Return filesystem statistics'''
log.debug('Handling statfs(%d)', inode)
attr = operations.statfs()
statfs = libfuse.statvfs()
for (key, val) in attr.iteritems():
setattr(statfs, key, val)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_statfs')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_statfs(req, statfs)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_symlink(req, target, parent_inode, name):
'''Create a symbolic link'''
log.debug('Handling symlink(%d, %r, %r)', parent_inode, string_at(name), string_at(target))
attr = operations.symlink(parent_inode, string_at(name), string_at(target),
libfuse.fuse_req_ctx(req).contents)
entry = dict_to_entry(attr)
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_entry')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_entry(req, entry)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_unlink(req, parent_inode, name):
'''Delete a file'''
log.debug('Handling unlink(%d, %r)', parent_inode, string_at(name))
operations.unlink(parent_inode, string_at(name))
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_err(0)')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_err(req, 0)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass
def fuse_write(req, inode, buf, size, off, fi):
'''Write into an open file handle'''
log.debug('Handling write(fh=%d, off=%d, size=%d)', fi.contents.fh, off, size)
written = operations.write(fi.contents.fh, off, string_at(buf, size))
log.debug('Calling fuse_reply_write')
try:
libfuse.fuse_reply_write(req, written)
except DiscardedRequest:
pass