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* Many improvements to download storage management.Jeff Sharkey2014-02-061-0/+2
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Change all data transfer to occur through FileDescriptors instead of relying on local files. This paves the way for downloading directly to content:// Uris in the future. Rewrite storage management logic to preflight download when size is known. If enough space is found, immediately reserve the space with fallocate(), advising the kernel block allocator to try giving us a contiguous block regions to reduce fragmentation. When preflighting on internal storage or emulated external storage, ask PackageManager to clear private app caches to free up space. Since we fallocate() the entire file, use the database as the source of truth for resume locations, which requires that we fsync() before each database update. Store in-progress downloads in separate directories to keep the OS from deleting out from under us. Clean up filename generation logic to break ties in this new dual-directory case. Clearer enforcement of successful download preconditions around content lengths and ETags. Move all database field mutations to clearer DownloadInfoDelta object, and write back through single code path. Catch and log uncaught exceptions from DownloadThread. Tests to verify new storage behaviors. Fixed existing test to reflect correct RFC behavior. Bug: 5287571, 3213677, 12663412 Change-Id: I6bb905eca7c7d1a6bc88df3db28b65d70f660221
* Adding for testing the download provider's helpers class. ↵olly2011-01-041-1/+1
| | | | | | Note - only a small fraction of input cases are currently tested. Change-Id: I830fff43cc283367a3534b7a3ffcc2a6d296e7c3
* First pass at a functional test for the Download Manager.Steve Howard2010-06-281-0/+34
This "Large" test sets up an HTTP server on the device using MockWebServer and then initiates downloads from that server through the download manager. It uses ServiceTestCase to control the construction and execution of the DownloadService, and it uses some logic from ProviderTestCase2 to construct a DownloadProvider and a ContentResolver that uses it. This setup gives us some ability to mock dependencies. This commit includes use of a fake ConnectivityManager to test responses to connectivity changes, and use of some customizations to MockWebServer to test resuming an interrupted download. This test is disabled, though, since it requires a very long sleep. Avoiding that, and achieving certain other things, will require changes to the Download Manager code itself to introduce new seams. I wanted to check this in before I started such changes. Change-Id: Iefb13b3c3cccdc13fabe5cc18703e13244805539