php-riak/riak-client

PHP Riak Client for PHP 5.4

v1.0.0-alpha7 2017-01-06 04:01 UTC

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A PHP client for Riak.

Installation

Run the following composer command:

$ composer require "php-riak/riak-client"

Documentation

API documentation for this library can be found on readthedocs

Overview

Getting started with the php riak client.

The easiest way to get started with the client is using a RiakClientBuilder :

use Riak\Client\RiakClientBuilder;

$builder = new RiakClientBuilder();
$client  = $builder
    ->withNodeUri('proto://192.168.1.1:8087')
    ->withNodeUri('proto://192.168.1.2:8087')
    ->withNodeUri('proto://192.168.1.3:8087')
    ->build();

Once you have a $client, commands from the Riak\Client\Command* namespace are built then executed by the client.

Some basic examples of building and executing these commands is shown below.

Getting Data In

use Riak\Client\Command\Kv\StoreValue;
use Riak\Client\Core\Query\RiakObject;
use Riak\Client\Core\Query\RiakLocation;
use Riak\Client\Core\Query\RiakNamespace;

$object    = new RiakObject();
$namespace = new RiakNamespace('bucket_type', 'bucket_name');
$location  = new RiakLocation($namespace, 'object_key');

$object->setValue('[1,1,1]');
$object->setContentType('application/json');

// store object
$store    = StoreValue::builder($location, $object)
    ->withPw(1)
    ->withW(2)
    ->build();

$client->execute($store);

Getting Data Out

use Riak\Client\Command\Kv\FetchValue;
use Riak\Client\Core\Query\RiakObject;
use Riak\Client\Core\Query\RiakLocation;
use Riak\Client\Core\Query\RiakNamespace;

$namespace = new RiakNamespace('bucket_type', 'bucket_name');
$location  = new RiakLocation($namespace, 'object_key');

// fetch object
$fetch  = FetchValue::builder($location)
    ->withNotFoundOk(true)
    ->withR(1)
    ->build();

$result = $client->execute($fetch);
$object = $result->getValue();

Removing Data

use Riak\Client\Command\Kv\DeleteValue;
use Riak\Client\Core\Query\RiakObject;
use Riak\Client\Core\Query\RiakLocation;
use Riak\Client\Core\Query\RiakNamespace;

$namespace = new RiakNamespace('bucket_type', 'bucket_name');
$location  = new RiakLocation($namespace, 'object_key');

// delete object
$delete  = DeleteValue::builder($location)
    ->withPw(1)
    ->withW(2)
    ->build();

$this->client->execute($delete);

Merging siblings

Siblings are an important feature in Riak, for this purpose we have the interface Riak\Client\Resolver\ConflictResolver, you implement this interface to resolve siblings into a single object.

Below is a simple example that will just merge the content of siblings :

use \Riak\Client\Resolver\ConflictResolver;
use \Riak\Client\Core\Query\RiakObject;
use \Riak\Client\Core\Query\RiakList;

class MySimpleResolver implements ConflictResolver
{
    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function resolve(RiakList $siblings)
    {
        $result  = new MyDomainObject();
        $content = "";

        /** @var $object \MyDomainObject */
        foreach ($siblings as $object) {
            $content .= $object->getValue();
        }

        $result->setValue($content);

        return $result;
    }
}

// register your resolver during the application start up
/** @var $builder \Riak\Client\RiakClientBuilder */
$client = $builder
    ->withConflictResolver('MyDomainObject' new MySimpleResolver())
    ->withNodeUri('http://localhost:8098')
    ->build();

// fetch the object and resolve any possible conflict
$namespace = new RiakNamespace('bucket_type', 'bucket_name');
$location  = new RiakLocation($namespace, 'object_key');
$fetch     = FetchValue::builder($location)
    ->withNotFoundOk(true)
    ->withR(1)
    ->build();

/** @var $domain \MyDomainObject */
$result = $client->execute($fetch);
$domain = $result->getValue('MyDomainObject');

Performance

This library is faster than most riak clients written in php, It is about 50% percent faster is some cases, mostly because it uses protocol buffer and and iterators every where it is possible.

For more details and riak clients performance comparison see : https://github.com/FabioBatSilva/riak-clients-performance-comparison

Unit & Integration Tests

We want to ensure that all code that is included in a release has proper coverage with unit tests. It is expected that all pull requests that include new classes or class methods have appropriate unit tests included with the PR.

Running Tests

Before running the functional tests set up your riak cluster:

  • Create and activate the following types :
riak-admin bucket-type create counters '{"props":{"datatype":"counter"}}'
riak-admin bucket-type create maps '{"props":{"datatype":"map"}}'
riak-admin bucket-type create sets '{"props":{"datatype":"set"}}'
riak-admin bucket-type activate counters
riak-admin bucket-type activate maps
riak-admin bucket-type activate sets
  • Enable search capabilities in your riak.conf:
search = on

We also expect that before submitting a pull request, that you have run the tests to ensure that all of them continue to pass after your changes.

To run the tests, clone this repository and run composer update from the repository root, then you can execute all the tests by simply running php vendor/bin/phpunit.

  • To execute tests, run ./vendor/bin/phpunit
  • To check code standards, run ./vendor/bin/phpcs -p --extensions=php --standard=ruleset.xml src