Last updated: 2020-05-26 16:09:18PDF
File decompression feature is a data processing solution that Tencent Cloud COS provides based on Serverless Cloud Function (SCF). Once you configure a decompression rule, when a compressed file is uploaded to COS, the SCF provisioned by COS will be triggered automatically to decompress the file into the specified bucket and directory, as shown below:
- If you add a file decompression rule to your bucket in the COS Console, a new file decompression function will appear in the SCF Console. DO NOT delete this function. Otherwise, your rule may be invalid.
- The regions where SCF has been available all support ZIP file decompression, including Guangzhou, Shanghai, Beijing, Chengdu, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mumbai, Toronto, and Silicon Valley. For more supported regions, see the SCF Documentation.
- The directory or file name in your compressed file must be UTF-8 or GB 2312 encoded. Otherwise, it may result in a garbled file name or directory name, or decompression interruption. If an error is reported, you can view it in your log by clicking View Log on the right of the function to open the SCF Console.
- The decompression service is not supported for archived files. To decompress an archived package, please restore it first. For restoration information, see [Restoring Archived Objects] (https://intl.cloud.tencent.com/document/product/436/30961).
The maximum processing time for decompressing a single compressed package is 900 seconds, beyond which the decompression task fails. This feature has limits subject to SCF. For more limits, see [SCF Quota Limits] (https://intl.cloud.tencent.com/document/product/583/11637).
- No file can be larger than 5 G in a compressed package; otherwise, the decompression fails.
- The decompression feature depends on the SCF service which provides users with a [free tier] (https://intl.cloud.tencent.com/document/product/583/12282). You will be billed for the part exceeding the free tier according to [SCF Product Pricing] (https://intl.cloud.tencent.com/document/product/583/12281). With decompression, the larger your compressed package, the more your resource usage; the more often you decompress packages, the more invocations you will need to use.
Log in to the COS Console.
In the left sidebar, click Bucket List, and then the bucket to which you want to add a file decompression rule to open the bucket management page.
Click Function Service in the left sidebar to enter the file decompression page.
If you haven’t activated the SCF service, you can do so by using the SCF Console, and then enable SCF service authorization as instructed.
Once the authorization is enabled, return to the decompression configuration page, click Add File Decompression Function, and configure the following in the pop-up window:
- Function Name: uniquely identifies a function, and cannot be modified after creation. You can view the function from the SCF console.
- Event Type: an event is an operation that triggers SCF. Take upload as an example. You can initiate an upload by calling the
PUT Object” orPOST Object
API. If you choose **Create using PUT method** as the event, decompression is triggered only by an upload of package via thePUT Object` API.
- Trigger Condition: indicates which path a package should be uploaded to for triggering SCF. If you select Specified prefix, SCF is triggered only when the package is uploaded to a path with the specified prefix. If you choose The whole bucket, it is triggered when the package is uploaded to any location across the bucket.
If the destination file prefix you configured overlaps with the trigger condition, it may cause a cyclic trigger, so please try to avoid it. For example, if the destination prefix is
prefix, and the trigger condition is
pre, a cyclic decompression is triggered when you upload a
- Decompression Format: the decompression formats you are allowed to use, currently with only ZIP files supported.
- Destination Bucket: the bucket where a decompressed package is stored.
- Destination File Prefix: the specified path where a decompressed package is stored; if not set, defaults to the root directory of the bucket.
- SCF Authorization: this authorization is required because to decompress a compressed package, the SCF service should be authorized to read it from your bucket, and upload the uncompressed files to the location you specify.
Once completed, click OK, and you can see that the function has been added. The View Log button allows you check your decompression history, and reported decompression errors from the SCF console. If you need to delete unwanted file decompression rules, click Delete.