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Perl Amazon Glacier Test

We need help with the task described below.

The application should be well commented and coded in an intuitive way so that if another developer wanted to add features to it later, it would be easy for them to understand how to do so. We have lots more tasks waiting for developers who can demonstrate their competence, so please take the time to do a thorough job.

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Many thanks,

Ben Horton

Amazon Glacier Test

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We are considering using Amazon Glacier for disaster recovery server backups.

We would like to develop the tools that do the backup in Perl v5.8 or v5.10.

Where possible existing modules should be used. We have found a couple of incomplete modules (Net::Amazon::Glacier and WebService::Amazon::Glacier) which may be a good starting point. If these modules are not sufficiently complete to use (or as a better starting point for development) the Glacier API is a RESTful interface and may be relatively easy to use directly.

Test Outcomes

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The purpose of this task is to discover how easy and reliable Glacier is to use. We do not care about developing re-usable code at this stage.

We'd like to know:

* Does Glacier work (reliably, as documented)?

* Are there perl modules which we can use as-is (or with minor changes)

to easily work with Glacier?

* If no modules exist - are we able to use the RESTful interface easily

(is the documentation accurate and does the API work as expected)?

* Are there limits we need to consider - for example if restoring an entire

server we may have many archived objects in a vault and Amazon may limit

the number of archives that are available for download at any given time.

Test Scripts

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All configuration (AWS credentials, the Glacier vault) can be hard-coded at the start of the scripts. The following scripts should be written:

Script 1:

* Given a list of local filepaths on stdin store each file into

the vault and record (to stdout) the ID required to retrieve

the file from the vault

(store the original path with the data somehow)

Script 2:

* Given the list of vault IDs (from script 1) in stdin,

request retrieval from the vault

Script 3:

* Given the list of vault IDs (from the script 1) in stdin,

report if they are available for download yet on stdout

The report should be simple - so it's possible to scan the

output and check if all files are available for download yet

Script 4:

* Given the list of vault IDs (from the script 1) in stdin,

download the files.

They should be stored to a different location to the original

path (ie a restore directory - hard coded in the script) but

preserving the path details. For example:

The original file: /usr/local/data/a/b/c

Should be restored to: /restore/path/usr/local/data/a/b/c

Intended Use

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1. # Build the list of files to use as a test

find /path/to/test/files \

-type f > list

2. # Store files to vault

cat list | script1 > [url removed, login to view]

3. # Schedule restore of all files

cat [url removed, login to view] | script2

4. # Check if they are available

cat [url removed, login to view] | script3

5. # Restore

cat [url removed, login to view] | script4

6. # Validate

diff -ru /path/to/test/files \

/tmp/restore/path/to/test/files

References

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* Amazon Glacier

[url removed, login to view]

* Possible Perl modules

[url removed, login to view]::Amazon::Glacier

[url removed, login to view]::Amazon::Glacier

Skills: Amazon Web Services, Perl

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