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@npm-wharf/cloud-archive

2.0.2 • Public • Published

cloud-archive

A module to help with the task of archiving data tarballed, gzipped data to an object store (GS or S3 now). Includes retrieval

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Environment

Endpoints and connection configuration are set via environment variables:

  • OBJECT_STORE - the object store where tasks and grafs are stored and retrieved from
  • FILE_NAME_FORMAT - uses templating to specify a pattern for creating tarball names. Tokens are escaped with {{ }}.
    • All dates and times for tokens are UTC
      • dateTime - provides date and time: mm_dd_yy_HH_MM_SS
      • date - provides date: mm_dd_yy
      • time - provides time: HH_MM_SS
  • FILE_PATTERNS - a comma delimited list of glob patterns to tar when creating a backup. defaults to **/*
  • BASE_PATH - defaults to the processes' path
  • DATA_PATH - a subfolder off the base path, defaults to archive
  • FILE_NAME - a default archive name to use when restoring rather than finding the most recent. Useful in cases where you want to restore from a known archive.

AWS:

  • AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID
  • AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY

GS:

  • GS_PROJECT_ID
  • GS_USER_ID
  • GS_USER_KEY

Archive limitations:

  • DISCARD_AFTER - how many days to keep archives for before removing them
  • COLDLINE_AFTER - how many days before a file is moved to "cold storage" this is primarily offerred as a way to move unliked files into a cheaper tier of slower/low priority storage.

API

backupFrom([glob])

Backs up files from dataPath and can selectively filter for files using the optional glob argument.

Returns a promise that will resolve on success with the filename or reject with an error on failure.

restoreTo([fileName])

Download the latest (or optionally, a specific filename) to dataPath.

Returns a promise that will resolve on success with the full path and file listing or a reject with an error on failure.

On success, the resulting data structure looks like:

{
  path: '/full/path/to/files',
  files: [
    'file1.txt',
    'file2.txt',
    'file3.txt',
    'file4.txt'
  ]
}

TODO

  • GS_USER_KEY expects PEM, not JSON key

Install

npm i @npm-wharf/cloud-archive

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