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Yars::Routes - set up the routes for Yars.
% curl http://localhost:9001/file/764efa883dda1e11db47671c4a3bbd9e/test_file1
This document provides information on the Yars specific REST API (the HTTP "routes") provided by Yars servers. For a Perl interface to this API, see Yars::Client. For a command line interface see yarsclient. For the generic Clustericious REST API that comes with all Clustericious services, see Clustericious::RouteBuilder::Common.
Get a welcome message. This is usually simply the text string "welcome to Yars".
GET /file/#filename/:md5, GET /:md5/#filename
Retrieve a file with the given name and md5.
You can also make a HEAD request on the same route to determine if the file is available without making the yars server send the file.
PUT a file with the given name and md5.
DELETE /file/#filename/:md5, /file/:md5/#filename
Delete a file with the given name and md5.
Get a summary of the disk usage.
Send the CGI parameters count=1 to also count the files.
Mark disks up or down. Send the disk root and state (up or down) as JSON encoded in the body.
Given JSON with 'manifest' which is a return-delimited string of filenames and md5s (like the output of md5sum), check each file for existence on the server (or proxy to the right server)
Get the status of all the disks on all the servers/
Get the status of just this server.
Get a mapping from buckets to hosts.
Find the disk usage per bucket.
Original author: Marty Brandon
Current maintainer: Graham Ollis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is copyright (c) 2013 by NASA GSFC.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.