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Documentation in PFD format is located: here

1. Introduction

Streaming file server — java based project on top of spring-boot. This is a simple file-server which is allowed upload and download files with no memory limitation. It uses file multipart protocol

2. Installation

2.1. download files

if you have docker installed and wanna use postgres, then download docker-compose.yml file
wget https://github.com/daggerok/streaming-file-server/releases/download/4.3.39/docker-compose.yml
wget https://github.com/daggerok/streaming-file-server/releases/download/4.3.39/file-items-service-4.3.39.jar
wget https://github.com/daggerok/streaming-file-server/releases/download/4.3.39/file-server-4.3.39.jar

3. Run

3.1. postgres database

install using postgres in docker
# docker compose file for postgres database
docker-compose up -d

# file-items data service
java -jar file-items-service-4.3.39.jar --spring.profiles.active=db-pg

# file server
java -jar file-server-4.3.39.jar --app.upload.path=./path/to/file-storage

# cleanup
docker-compose down -v

3.2. in-memory h2 database

if you do not have docker — feel free to use h2 in memory database for file items service:
java file-items-service-4.3.39.jar
# or
java file-items-service.jar --spring.profiles.active=db-h2
and then run file server:
java file-items-service-4.3.39.jar --spring.profiles.active=db-h2

3.3. take advantages of spring-boot executable jar

if you are using bash — run even simply
wget https://github.com/daggerok/streaming-file-server/releases/download/4.3.39/file-items-service-4.3.39.jar
bash file-items-service-4.3.39.jar

wget https://github.com/daggerok/streaming-file-server/releases/download/4.3.39/file-server-4.3.39.jar
bash file-server-4.3.39.jar --app.upload.path=./path/to/file-storage

4. Usage scripts

4.1. simplicity bootstrap with automation shell-script

4.1.1. unix (bash)

postgres in docker
# get
wget https://github.com/daggerok/streaming-file-server/releases/download/4.3.39/application.bash

# start
bash application.bash start ./path/to/file-storage

# stop
bash application.bash stop

# cleanup
bash application.bash clean ./path/to/file-storage

download: application.bash

h2 in-memory database
# fetch
wget https://github.com/daggerok/streaming-file-server/releases/download/4.3.39/application-h2.bash

# start
bash application-h2.bash start ./path/to/file-storage

# stop
bash application-h2.bash stop

# cleanup
bash application-h2.bash clean ./path/to/file-storage

note: binaries wget, docker-compose and of course jre (binaries: java and jps) are required

4.1.2. windows (batch cmd)

postgres in docker
@rem start
application.cmd start path\to\file-storage

@rem stop
application.cmd stop

@rem cleanup
application.cmd clean path\to\file-storage

download: application.cmd

h2 in-memory database
@rem start
application-h2.cmd start path\to\file-storage

@rem stop
application-h2.cmd stop

@rem cleanup
application-h2.cmd clean path\to\file-storage

download: application-h2.cmd

note: binaries wget, docker-compose and of course jre (binaries: java and jps) are required

5. Create new release

to create new release do next

  1. bump version in (better use IDE find and replace functionality):

    1. build.gradle

    2. README.md

    3. scripts/application.cmd

    4. scripts/application.bash

    5. scripts/application-h2.cmd

    6. scripts/application-h2.bash

  2. exec bash mvnw command to create new release

  3. commit amend and push

  4. check CI if builds was successfully passed

  5. update created release page on github according last changes

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