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Operation Oriented Web Applications / Yokohama pm7

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Operation Oriented Web Applications / Yokohama pm7

  1. 1. Operation Oriented Web Applications Yokohama.pm#7 @kazeburo
  2. 2. Log::Minimal
  3. 3. #!/usr/bin/env perluse strict;use warnings;use Log::Minimal;critf("%s","foo");warnf("%d %s", 1, "foo");sub hoge { infoff("foo"); debugff("bar");};hoge();local $Log::Minimal::AUTODUMP = 1;infof({ key => val });warnf("data is %s", { key => val });
  4. 4. $ LM_DEBUG=1 perl /tmp/logminimal.pl2011-05-11T15:57:49 [CRITICAL] foo at /tmp/logminimal.pl line 72011-05-11T15:57:49 [WARN] 1 foo at /tmp/logminimal.pl line 82011-05-11T15:57:49 [INFO] foo at /tmp/logminimal.pl line 11 ,/tmp/logminimal.pl line 142011-05-11T15:57:49 [DEBUG] bar at /tmp/logminimal.pl line 12 ,/tmp/logminimal.pl line 142011-05-11T15:57:49 [INFO] {key => val} at /tmp/logminimal.pl line 172011-05-11T15:57:49 [WARN] data is {key => val} at /tmp/logminimal.plline 18
  5. 5. local $Log::Minimal::PRINT = sub { my ( $time, $type, $message, $trace) = @_; print STDERR “[$type] $message $trace”;};local $Log::Minimal::LOG_LEVEL = "WARN";infof("foo"); #print nothingwarnf(“xaicron++”);
  6. 6. local $Log::Minimal::AUTODUMP = 1;warnf(“response => %s”,[ 200, [‘Content-Type’,‘text/plain’],[‘OK’]]);# 2011-05-11T15:56:14 [WARN] response => [200,[Content-Type,text/plain],[OK]] at ..sub myerror { local $Log::Minimal::TRACE_LEVEL = 1; infof(@_);}myerror(“foo”);
  7. 7. use Log::Minimal;use Plack::Builder;builder {    enable "Log::Minimal", autodump => 1;    sub {        my $env = shift;        warnf("warn message");        debugf("debug message");        ...    }};$ plackup -a demo.psgiHTTP::Server::PSGI: Accepting connections at http://0:5000/2011-05-11T16:32:24 [WARN] [/foo/bar/baz] warn message at /tmp/demo.psgi line 82011-05-11T16:32:24 [DEBUG] [/foo/bar/baz] debug message at /tmp/demo.psgi line 9
  8. 8. DBIx::Sunny
  9. 9. selectrow_arrayref($query, {}, @bind);selectrow_hashref($query, {}, @bind);selectall_arrayref($query, { Slice => {} }, @bind);prepare($query) && execute(@bind)
  10. 10. use DBIx::Sunny;my $dbh = DBIx::Sunny->connect(...);use DBI;use DBIx::Sunny;my $dbh = DBIx->connect(...,{ RootClass => ‘DBIx::Sunny’});
  11. 11. DBIx::Sunny::Schema
  12. 12. package NoNoPaste::Data;use parent qw/DBIx::Sunny::Schema/;__PACKAGE__->query( add_entry, id => Str, nick => { isa => Str, default => anonymouse }, body => Str, q{INSERT INTO entries ( id, nick, body, ctime ) values ( ?, ?, ?, NOW() )},);__PACKAGE__->select_row( entry, id => Uint, q{SELECT id,nick,body,ctime FROM entries WHERE id =?};);__PACKAGE__->select_all( entries_multi, id => { isa => ArrayRef[Uint] }, q{SELECT id,nick,body,ctime FROM entries WHERE id IN (?)});
  13. 13. use parent qw/DBIx::Sunny::Schema/;__PACKAGE__-> ( , => / , [ => / ,[..]], ‘ ’,);
  14. 14. prepare && execute && fetchrow_arrayref->[0];prepare && execute && fetchrow_hashref;prepare && execute && push @result, $_ while fetchrow_hash;prepare && execute
  15. 15. my $dbh = DBI->connect(...);my $master = NoNoPaste::Data->new( dbh => $dbh );# readonly querymy $slave = NoNoPaste::Data->new( dbh => $dbh, readonly => 1 );#my $row = $master->add_entry( id => $id, nick => $nick, body => $body,);#my $rows = $slave->entry_list( offset => $offset );
  16. 16. GreenBuckets
  17. 17. use Digest::MurmurHash qw/murmur_hash/;for ( 1..100 ) { say murmur_hash(sprintf "test%03d", $_ );}
  18. 18. use Digest::MurmurHash qw/murmur_hash/;for ( 1..100 ) { say murmur_hash(sprintf "test%03d", $_ );}
  19. 19. CREATE TABLE objects ( id INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY AUTO_INCREMENT, fid INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL, bucket_id INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL, rid SMALLINT UNSIGNED NOT NULL, gid SMALLINT UNSIGNED NOT NULL, filename VARCHAR(1024), INDEX (fid, bucket_id), INDEX (bucket_id)) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 COLLATE utf8_binSELECT * FROM objects WHERE fid = murmur($filename) ANDbucket_id = $bucket AND filename = $filename
  20. 20. CREATE TABLE entries_int ( id INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY AUTO_INCREMENT, fid INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL, bid INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL, filename VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL, INDEX (fid, bid), INDEX (bid)) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 COLLATE utf8_binCREATE TABLE entries_char ( id INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY AUTO_INCREMENT, filename VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL, bid INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL, UNIQUE INDEX (filename, bid), INDEX (bid)) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 COLLATE utf8_bin
  21. 21. .--------------------------------------------------.| table_name | total_kb | data_kb | index_kb |+--------------+-----------+-----------+-----------+| entries_char | 3360.0000 | 1552.0000 | 1808.0000 || entries_int | 2080.0000 | 1552.0000 | 528.0000 |--------------+-----------+-----------+----------- (filename 32 )
  22. 22. @nodes = sort { murmur_hash(join "/", $a->{node_id},$bucket,$filename) <=> murmur_hash(join "/", $b->{node_id},$bucket,$filename)} @nodes;

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