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// Copyright 2020 The Gitea Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a MIT-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
package lfs
import (
var (
errHashMismatch = errors.New("Content hash does not match OID")
errSizeMismatch = errors.New("Content size does not match")
// ErrRangeNotSatisfiable represents an error which request range is not satisfiable.
type ErrRangeNotSatisfiable struct {
FromByte int64
func (err ErrRangeNotSatisfiable) Error() string {
return fmt.Sprintf("Requested range %d is not satisfiable", err.FromByte)
// IsErrRangeNotSatisfiable returns true if the error is an ErrRangeNotSatisfiable
func IsErrRangeNotSatisfiable(err error) bool {
_, ok := err.(ErrRangeNotSatisfiable)
return ok
// ContentStore provides a simple file system based storage.
type ContentStore struct {
// Get takes a Meta object and retrieves the content from the store, returning
// it as an io.ReadSeekCloser.
func (s *ContentStore) Get(meta *models.LFSMetaObject) (storage.Object, error) {
f, err := s.Open(meta.RelativePath())
if err != nil {
log.Error("Whilst trying to read LFS OID[%s]: Unable to open Error: %v", meta.Oid, err)
return nil, err
return f, err
// Put takes a Meta object and an io.Reader and writes the content to the store.
func (s *ContentStore) Put(meta *models.LFSMetaObject, r io.Reader) error {
p := meta.RelativePath()
// Wrap the provided reader with an inline hashing and size checker
wrappedRd := newHashingReader(meta.Size, meta.Oid, r)
// now pass the wrapped reader to Save - if there is a size mismatch or hash mismatch then
// the errors returned by the newHashingReader should percolate up to here
written, err := s.Save(p, wrappedRd, meta.Size)
if err != nil {
log.Error("Whilst putting LFS OID[%s]: Failed to copy to tmpPath: %s Error: %v", meta.Oid, p, err)
return err
// This shouldn't happen but it is sensible to test
if written != meta.Size {
if err := s.Delete(p); err != nil {
log.Error("Cleaning the LFS OID[%s] failed: %v", meta.Oid, err)
return errSizeMismatch
return nil
// Exists returns true if the object exists in the content store.
func (s *ContentStore) Exists(meta *models.LFSMetaObject) (bool, error) {
_, err := s.ObjectStorage.Stat(meta.RelativePath())
if err != nil {
if os.IsNotExist(err) {
return false, nil
return false, err
return true, nil
// Verify returns true if the object exists in the content store and size is correct.
func (s *ContentStore) Verify(meta *models.LFSMetaObject) (bool, error) {
p := meta.RelativePath()
fi, err := s.ObjectStorage.Stat(p)
if os.IsNotExist(err) || (err == nil && fi.Size() != meta.Size) {
return false, nil
} else if err != nil {
log.Error("Unable stat file: %s for LFS OID[%s] Error: %v", p, meta.Oid, err)
return false, err
return true, nil
type hashingReader struct {
internal io.Reader
currentSize int64
expectedSize int64
hash hash.Hash
expectedHash string
func (r *hashingReader) Read(b []byte) (int, error) {
n, err := r.internal.Read(b)
if n > 0 {
r.currentSize += int64(n)
wn, werr := r.hash.Write(b[:n])
if wn != n || werr != nil {
return n, werr
if err != nil && err == io.EOF {
if r.currentSize != r.expectedSize {
return n, errSizeMismatch
shaStr := hex.EncodeToString(r.hash.Sum(nil))
if shaStr != r.expectedHash {
return n, errHashMismatch
return n, err
func newHashingReader(expectedSize int64, expectedHash string, reader io.Reader) *hashingReader {
return &hashingReader{
internal: reader,
expectedSize: expectedSize,
expectedHash: expectedHash,
hash: sha256.New(),