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#!/usr/bin/env python
#-*-coding: utf-8-*-
"""
Simple script to dump documents out of a CouchDB database and straight into
a Couchbase instance.
"""
# Copyright (c) 2013, Rami Chowdhury
#
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import time
import sys
import argparse
import json
from hashlib import sha256
from base64 import urlsafe_b64encode
import requests
from couchbase import Couchbase
def _print_error(message):
"""
Print a message to stderr, with a newline.
"""
sys.stderr.write(str(message) + "\n")
sys.stderr.flush()
def _encode_key_if_necessary(key):
"""
If a key is >250 bytes long, encode it as a SHA256 hash.
This is necessary because Couchbase keys can't be > 250 bytes in length,
since all the keys and metadata is kept in RAM on the cluster. CouchDB has
no such restriction, and IDs may be very long.
"""
if len(key) < 250:
return key
return urlsafe_b64encode(sha256(key).digest())
def _all_docs_by_page(db_url, page_size=10):
"""
Helper function to request documents from CouchDB in batches ("pages") for
efficiency, but present them as a stream.
"""
# Tell CouchDB we only want a page worth of documents at a time, and that
# we want the document content as well as the metadata
view_arguments = {'limit': page_size, 'include_docs': "true"}
# Keep track of the last key we've seen
last_key = None
while True:
response = requests.get(db_url + "/_all_docs", params=view_arguments)
# If there's been an error, stop looping
if response.status_code != 200:
_print_error("Error from DB: " + str(response.content))
break
# Parse the results as JSON. If there's an error, stop looping
try:
results = json.loads(response.content)
except:
_print_error("Unable to parse JSON: " + str(response.content))
break
# If there's no more data to read, stop looping
if 'rows' not in results or not results['rows']:
break
# Otherwise, keep yielding results
for r in results['rows']:
last_key = r['key']
yield r
# Update the view arguments with the last key we've seen, so that we
# can step forward properly by page. (Of course, we actually need a key
# that is just _after_ the last one we've seen, so tack on a high
# Unicode character).
# Note that CouchDB requires keys to be encoded as JSON
last_key = last_key + u'\xff'
view_arguments.update(startkey=json.dumps(last_key))
if __name__ == '__main__':
# Set up an ArgumentParser to read the command-line
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
description="Dump documents out of CouchDB to the filesystem")
parser.add_argument(
'db', type=str,
help="The CouchDB database URL from which to load data")
parser.add_argument(
"--page-size", type=int, default=1000,
help="How many documents to request from CouchDB in each batch.")
parser.add_argument(
"--couchbase-host", default="127.0.0.1",
help="The host for the Couchbase server")
parser.add_argument(
"--couchbase-bucket", default="default",
help="The destination Couchbase bucket")
parser.add_argument(
"--couchbase-password", default="",
help="The password for the destination bucket")
args = parser.parse_args()
# Create the Couchbase connection, and bail if it doesn't work
cb = Couchbase.connect(host=args.couchbase_host,
bucket=args.couchbase_bucket,
password=args.couchbase_password)
# Now just loop through and create documents. I like counters, so there's
# one to tell me how much has been done. I also like timers, so there's one
# of them too.
counter = 0
start_time = time.time()
for doc in _all_docs_by_page(args.db, args.page_size):
# Assume we don't want design documents, since they're likely to be
# already stored elsewhere (e.g. in version control)
if doc['id'].startswith("_design"):
continue
# Clean up the document a bit. Couchbase doesn't care about special
# fields like '_id' and '_rev', so remove them
if '_id' in doc['doc']:
del doc['doc']['_id']
if '_rev' in doc['doc']:
del doc['doc']['_rev']
# Couchbase has a maximum key length of 250 bytes, while CouchDB has no
# such restrictions. If the key is > 250 bytes, we have a potential
# problem. Hopefully there's no context data stored in the key...
key = _encode_key_if_necessary(doc['id'])
cb.set(key, doc['doc'])
counter += 1
sys.stderr.write(str(counter) + '\r')
sys.stderr.flush()
# A little final message
sys.stderr.write("Done! {0} documents in {1} seconds!\n".format(
counter, time.time() - start_time))
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