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Lucene example source code file (TestDirectory.java)

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Java - Lucene tags/keywords

directory, directory, file, file, indexoutput, io, ioexception, mmapdirectory, niofsdirectory, ramdirectory, simplefsdirectory, simplefsdirectory, string, throwable, throwable, util

The Lucene TestDirectory.java source code

package org.apache.lucene.store;

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import org.apache.lucene.util.LuceneTestCase;
import org.apache.lucene.util._TestUtil;

import java.io.File;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.Arrays;

public class TestDirectory extends LuceneTestCase {

  public void testDetectClose() throws Throwable {
    Directory[] dirs = new Directory[] { new RAMDirectory(), new SimpleFSDirectory(TEMP_DIR), new NIOFSDirectory(TEMP_DIR) };
    for (Directory dir : dirs) {
      dir.close();
      try {
        dir.createOutput("test");
        fail("did not hit expected exception");
      } catch (AlreadyClosedException ace) {
      }
    }
  }


  // Test that different instances of FSDirectory can coexist on the same
  // path, can read, write, and lock files.
  public void testDirectInstantiation() throws Exception {
    File path = _TestUtil.getTempDir("testDirectInstantiation");

    int sz = 3;
    Directory[] dirs = new Directory[sz];

    dirs[0] = new SimpleFSDirectory(path, null);
    dirs[1] = new NIOFSDirectory(path, null);
    dirs[2] = new MMapDirectory(path, null);

    for (int i=0; i<sz; i++) {
      Directory dir = dirs[i];
      dir.ensureOpen();
      String fname = "foo." + i;
      String lockname = "foo" + i + ".lck";
      IndexOutput out = dir.createOutput(fname);
      out.writeByte((byte)i);
      out.close();

      for (int j=0; j<sz; j++) {
        Directory d2 = dirs[j];
        d2.ensureOpen();
        assertTrue(d2.fileExists(fname));
        assertEquals(1, d2.fileLength(fname));

        // don't test read on MMapDirectory, since it can't really be
        // closed and will cause a failure to delete the file.
        if (d2 instanceof MMapDirectory) continue;
        
        IndexInput input = d2.openInput(fname);
        assertEquals((byte)i, input.readByte());
        input.close();
      }

      // delete with a different dir
      dirs[(i+1)%sz].deleteFile(fname);

      for (int j=0; j<sz; j++) {
        Directory d2 = dirs[j];
        assertFalse(d2.fileExists(fname));
      }

      Lock lock = dir.makeLock(lockname);
      assertTrue(lock.obtain());

      for (int j=0; j<sz; j++) {
        Directory d2 = dirs[j];
        Lock lock2 = d2.makeLock(lockname);
        try {
          assertFalse(lock2.obtain(1));
        } catch (LockObtainFailedException e) {
          // OK
        }
      }

      lock.release();
      
      // now lock with different dir
      lock = dirs[(i+1)%sz].makeLock(lockname);
      assertTrue(lock.obtain());
      lock.release();
    }

    for (int i=0; i<sz; i++) {
      Directory dir = dirs[i];
      dir.ensureOpen();
      dir.close();
      assertFalse(dir.isOpen);
    }
    
    _TestUtil.rmDir(path);
  }

  // LUCENE-1464
  public void testDontCreate() throws Throwable {
    File path = new File(TEMP_DIR, "doesnotexist");
    try {
      assertTrue(!path.exists());
      Directory dir = new SimpleFSDirectory(path, null);
      assertTrue(!path.exists());
      dir.close();
    } finally {
      _TestUtil.rmDir(path);
    }
  }

  // LUCENE-1468
  public void testRAMDirectoryFilter() throws IOException {
    checkDirectoryFilter(new RAMDirectory());
  }

  // LUCENE-1468
  public void testFSDirectoryFilter() throws IOException {
    checkDirectoryFilter(newFSDirectory(_TestUtil.getTempDir("test")));
  }

  // LUCENE-1468
  private void checkDirectoryFilter(Directory dir) throws IOException {
    String name = "file";
    try {
      dir.createOutput(name).close();
      assertTrue(dir.fileExists(name));
      assertTrue(Arrays.asList(dir.listAll()).contains(name));
    } finally {
      dir.close();
    }
  }

  // LUCENE-1468
  public void testCopySubdir() throws Throwable {
    File path = _TestUtil.getTempDir("testsubdir");
    try {
      path.mkdirs();
      new File(path, "subdir").mkdirs();
      Directory fsDir = new SimpleFSDirectory(path, null);
      assertEquals(0, new RAMDirectory(fsDir).listAll().length);
    } finally {
      _TestUtil.rmDir(path);
    }
  }

  // LUCENE-1468
  public void testNotDirectory() throws Throwable {
    File path = _TestUtil.getTempDir("testnotdir");
    Directory fsDir = new SimpleFSDirectory(path, null);
    try {
      IndexOutput out = fsDir.createOutput("afile");
      out.close();
      assertTrue(fsDir.fileExists("afile"));
      try {
        new SimpleFSDirectory(new File(path, "afile"), null);
        fail("did not hit expected exception");
      } catch (NoSuchDirectoryException nsde) {
        // Expected
      }
    } finally {
      fsDir.close();
      _TestUtil.rmDir(path);
    }
  }
}

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