Expose auto-adjust-cache command as Servlet

Allow Gerrit admins to easily automate the auto-adjust-cache
command by using a REST-API, easily supported in configuration
tools such as Ansible.

The REST-API returns 201 when one or more caches have been
tuned and created on the filesystem, otherwise returns 204
as indication that no changes are needed.

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README.md

Persistent cache for Gerrit, based on ChronicleMap

Non-blocking and super-fast on-disk cache libModule for Gerrit Code Review based on ChronicleMap on-disk implementation.

How to build

This libModule is built like a Gerrit in-tree plugin, using Bazelisk. See the build instructions for more details.

Setup

  • Install cache-chronicalmap module

Install the chronicle-map module into the $GERRIT_SITE/lib directory.

Add the cache-chroniclemap module to $GERRIT_SITE/etc/gerrit.config as follows:

[gerrit]
  installModule = com.googlesource.gerrit.modules.cache.chroniclemap.ChronicleMapCacheModule

For further information and supported options, refer to config documentation.

Migration from H2 caches

You can check how to migrate from H2 to chronicle-map here.