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"""Event loop using a selector and related classes.
A selector is a "notify-when-ready" multiplexer. For a subclass which
also includes support for signal handling, see the unix_events sub-module.
"""
__all__ = 'BaseSelectorEventLoop',
import collections
import errno
import functools
import selectors
import socket
import warnings
import weakref
try:
import ssl
except ImportError: # pragma: no cover
ssl = None
from . import base_events
from . import constants
from . import events
from . import futures
from . import protocols
from . import sslproto
from . import transports
from .log import logger
def _test_selector_event(selector, fd, event):
# Test if the selector is monitoring 'event' events
# for the file descriptor 'fd'.
try:
key = selector.get_key(fd)
except KeyError:
return False
else:
return bool(key.events & event)
if hasattr(socket, 'TCP_NODELAY'):
def _set_nodelay(sock):
if (sock.family in {socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6} and
sock.type == socket.SOCK_STREAM and
sock.proto == socket.IPPROTO_TCP):
sock.setsockopt(socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.TCP_NODELAY, 1)
else:
def _set_nodelay(sock):
pass
class BaseSelectorEventLoop(base_events.BaseEventLoop):
"""Selector event loop.
See events.EventLoop for API specification.
"""
def __init__(self, selector=None):
super().__init__()
if selector is None:
selector = selectors.DefaultSelector()
logger.debug('Using selector: %s', selector.__class__.__name__)
self._selector = selector
self._make_self_pipe()
self._transports = weakref.WeakValueDictionary()
def _make_socket_transport(self, sock, protocol, waiter=None, *,
extra=None, server=None):
return _SelectorSocketTransport(self, sock, protocol, waiter,
extra, server)
def _make_ssl_transport(
self, rawsock, protocol, sslcontext, waiter=None,
*, server_side=False, server_hostname=None,
extra=None, server=None,
ssl_handshake_timeout=constants.SSL_HANDSHAKE_TIMEOUT):
ssl_protocol = sslproto.SSLProtocol(
self, protocol, sslcontext, waiter,
server_side, server_hostname,
ssl_handshake_timeout=ssl_handshake_timeout)
_SelectorSocketTransport(self, rawsock, ssl_protocol,
extra=extra, server=server)
return ssl_protocol._app_transport
def _make_datagram_transport(self, sock, protocol,
address=None, waiter=None, extra=None):
return _SelectorDatagramTransport(self, sock, protocol,
address, waiter, extra)
def close(self):
if self.is_running():
raise RuntimeError("Cannot close a running event loop")
if self.is_closed():
return
self._close_self_pipe()
super().close()
if self._selector is not None:
self._selector.close()
self._selector = None
def _close_self_pipe(self):
self._remove_reader(self._ssock.fileno())
self._ssock.close()
self._ssock = None
self._csock.close()
self._csock = None
self._internal_fds -= 1
def _make_self_pipe(self):
# A self-socket, really. :-)
self._ssock, self._csock = socket.socketpair()
self._ssock.setblocking(False)
self._csock.setblocking(False)
self._internal_fds += 1
self._add_reader(self._ssock.fileno(), self._read_from_self)
def _process_self_data(self, data):
pass
def _read_from_self(self):
while True:
try:
data = self._ssock.recv(4096)
if not data:
break
self._process_self_data(data)
except InterruptedError:
continue
except BlockingIOError:
break
def _write_to_self(self):
# This may be called from a different thread, possibly after
# _close_self_pipe() has been called or even while it is
# running. Guard for self._csock being None or closed. When
# a socket is closed, send() raises OSError (with errno set to
# EBADF, but let's not rely on the exact error code).
csock = self._csock
if csock is not None:
try:
csock.send(b'\0')
except OSError:
if self._debug:
logger.debug("Fail to write a null byte into the "
"self-pipe socket",
exc_info=True)
def _start_serving(self, protocol_factory, sock,
sslcontext=None, server=None, backlog=100,
ssl_handshake_timeout=constants.SSL_HANDSHAKE_TIMEOUT):
self._add_reader(sock.fileno(), self._accept_connection,
protocol_factory, sock, sslcontext, server, backlog,
ssl_handshake_timeout)
def _accept_connection(
self, protocol_factory, sock,
sslcontext=None, server=None, backlog=100,
ssl_handshake_timeout=constants.SSL_HANDSHAKE_TIMEOUT):
# This method is only called once for each event loop tick where the
# listening socket has triggered an EVENT_READ. There may be multiple
# connections waiting for an .accept() so it is called in a loop.
# See https://bugs.python.org/issue27906 for more details.
for _ in range(backlog):
try:
conn, addr = sock.accept()
if self._debug:
logger.debug("%r got a new connection from %r: %r",
server, addr, conn)
conn.setblocking(False)
except (BlockingIOError, InterruptedError, ConnectionAbortedError):
# Early exit because the socket accept buffer is empty.
return None
except OSError as exc:
# There's nowhere to send the error, so just log it.
if exc.errno in (errno.EMFILE, errno.ENFILE,
errno.ENOBUFS, errno.ENOMEM):
# Some platforms (e.g. Linux keep reporting the FD as
# ready, so we remove the read handler temporarily.
# We'll try again in a while.
self.call_exception_handler({
'message': 'socket.accept() out of system resource',
'exception': exc,
'socket': sock,
})
self._remove_reader(sock.fileno())
self.call_later(constants.ACCEPT_RETRY_DELAY,
self._start_serving,
protocol_factory, sock, sslcontext, server,
backlog, ssl_handshake_timeout)
else:
raise # The event loop will catch, log and ignore it.
else:
extra = {'peername': addr}
accept = self._accept_connection2(
protocol_factory, conn, extra, sslcontext, server,
ssl_handshake_timeout)
self.create_task(accept)
async def _accept_connection2(
self, protocol_factory, conn, extra,
sslcontext=None, server=None,
ssl_handshake_timeout=constants.SSL_HANDSHAKE_TIMEOUT):
protocol = None
transport = None
try:
protocol = protocol_factory()
waiter = self.create_future()
if sslcontext:
transport = self._make_ssl_transport(
conn, protocol, sslcontext, waiter=waiter,
server_side=True, extra=extra, server=server,
ssl_handshake_timeout=ssl_handshake_timeout)
else:
transport = self._make_socket_transport(
conn, protocol, waiter=waiter, extra=extra,
server=server)
try:
await waiter
except:
transport.close()
raise
# It's now up to the protocol to handle the connection.
except Exception as exc:
if self._debug:
context = {
'message':
'Error on transport creation for incoming connection',
'exception': exc,
}
if protocol is not None:
context['protocol'] = protocol
if transport is not None:
context['transport'] = transport
self.call_exception_handler(context)
def _ensure_fd_no_transport(self, fd):
fileno = fd
if not isinstance(fileno, int):
try:
fileno = int(fileno.fileno())
except (AttributeError, TypeError, ValueError):
# This code matches selectors._fileobj_to_fd function.
raise ValueError(f"Invalid file object: {fd!r}") from None
try:
transport = self._transports[fileno]
except KeyError:
pass
else:
if not transport.is_closing():
raise RuntimeError(
f'File descriptor {fd!r} is used by transport '
f'{transport!r}')
def _add_reader(self, fd, callback, *args):
self._check_closed()
handle = events.Handle(callback, args, self, None)
try:
key = self._selector.get_key(fd)
except KeyError:
self._selector.register(fd, selectors.EVENT_READ,
(handle, None))
else:
mask, (reader, writer) = key.events, key.data
self._selector.modify(fd, mask | selectors.EVENT_READ,
(handle, writer))
if reader is not None:
reader.cancel()
def _remove_reader(self, fd):
if self.is_closed():
return False
try:
key = self._selector.get_key(fd)
except KeyError:
return False
else:
mask, (reader, writer) = key.events, key.data
mask &= ~selectors.EVENT_READ
if not mask:
self._selector.unregister(fd)
else:
self._selector.modify(fd, mask, (None, writer))
if reader is not None:
reader.cancel()
return True
else:
return False
def _add_writer(self, fd, callback, *args):
self._check_closed()
handle = events.Handle(callback, args, self, None)
try:
key = self._selector.get_key(fd)
except KeyError:
self._selector.register(fd, selectors.EVENT_WRITE,
(None, handle))
else:
mask, (reader, writer) = key.events, key.data
self._selector.modify(fd, mask | selectors.EVENT_WRITE,
(reader, handle))
if writer is not None:
writer.cancel()
def _remove_writer(self, fd):
"""Remove a writer callback."""
if self.is_closed():
return False
try:
key = self._selector.get_key(fd)
except KeyError:
return False
else:
mask, (reader, writer) = key.events, key.data
# Remove both writer and connector.
mask &= ~selectors.EVENT_WRITE
if not mask:
self._selector.unregister(fd)
else:
self._selector.modify(fd, mask, (reader, None))
if writer is not None:
writer.cancel()
return True
else:
return False
def add_reader(self, fd, callback, *args):
"""Add a reader callback."""
self._ensure_fd_no_transport(fd)
return self._add_reader(fd, callback, *args)
def remove_reader(self, fd):
"""Remove a reader callback."""
self._ensure_fd_no_transport(fd)
return self._remove_reader(fd)
def add_writer(self, fd, callback, *args):
"""Add a writer callback.."""
self._ensure_fd_no_transport(fd)
return self._add_writer(fd, callback, *args)
def remove_writer(self, fd):
"""Remove a writer callback."""
self._ensure_fd_no_transport(fd)
return self._remove_writer(fd)
async def sock_recv(self, sock, n):
"""Receive data from the socket.
The return value is a bytes object representing the data received.
The maximum amount of data to be received at once is specified by
nbytes.
"""
if self._debug and sock.gettimeout() != 0:
raise ValueError("the socket must be non-blocking")
fut = self.create_future()
self._sock_recv(fut, None, sock, n)
return await fut
def _sock_recv(self, fut, registered_fd, sock, n):
# _sock_recv() can add itself as an I/O callback if the operation can't
# be done immediately. Don't use it directly, call sock_recv().
if registered_fd is not None:
# Remove the callback early. It should be rare that the
# selector says the fd is ready but the call still returns
# EAGAIN, and I am willing to take a hit in that case in
# order to simplify the common case.
self.remove_reader(registered_fd)
if fut.cancelled():
return
try:
data = sock.recv(n)
except (BlockingIOError, InterruptedError):
fd = sock.fileno()
self.add_reader(fd, self._sock_recv, fut, fd, sock, n)
except Exception as exc:
fut.set_exception(exc)
else:
fut.set_result(data)
async def sock_recv_into(self, sock, buf):
"""Receive data from the socket.
The received data is written into *buf* (a writable buffer).
The return value is the number of bytes written.
"""
if self._debug and sock.gettimeout() != 0:
raise ValueError("the socket must be non-blocking")
fut = self.create_future()
self._sock_recv_into(fut, None, sock, buf)
return await fut
def _sock_recv_into(self, fut, registered_fd, sock, buf):
# _sock_recv_into() can add itself as an I/O callback if the operation
# can't be done immediately. Don't use it directly, call
# sock_recv_into().
if registered_fd is not None:
# Remove the callback early. It should be rare that the
# selector says the FD is ready but the call still returns
# EAGAIN, and I am willing to take a hit in that case in
# order to simplify the common case.
self.remove_reader(registered_fd)
if fut.cancelled():
return
try:
nbytes = sock.recv_into(buf)
except (BlockingIOError, InterruptedError):
fd = sock.fileno()
self.add_reader(fd, self._sock_recv_into, fut, fd, sock, buf)
except Exception as exc:
fut.set_exception(exc)
else:
fut.set_result(nbytes)
async def sock_sendall(self, sock, data):
"""Send data to the socket.
The socket must be connected to a remote socket. This method continues
to send data from data until either all data has been sent or an
error occurs. None is returned on success. On error, an exception is
raised, and there is no way to determine how much data, if any, was
successfully processed by the receiving end of the connection.
"""
if self._debug and sock.gettimeout() != 0:
raise ValueError("the socket must be non-blocking")
fut = self.create_future()
if data:
self._sock_sendall(fut, None, sock, data)
else:
fut.set_result(None)
return await fut
def _sock_sendall(self, fut, registered_fd, sock, data):
if registered_fd is not None:
self.remove_writer(registered_fd)
if fut.cancelled():
return
try:
n = sock.send(data)
except (BlockingIOError, InterruptedError):
n = 0
except Exception as exc:
fut.set_exception(exc)
return
if n == len(data):
fut.set_result(None)
else:
if n:
data = data[n:]
fd = sock.fileno()
self.add_writer(fd, self._sock_sendall, fut, fd, sock, data)
async def sock_connect(self, sock, address):
"""Connect to a remote socket at address.
This method is a coroutine.
"""
if self._debug and sock.gettimeout() != 0:
raise ValueError("the socket must be non-blocking")
if not hasattr(socket, 'AF_UNIX') or sock.family != socket.AF_UNIX:
resolved = await self._ensure_resolved(
address, family=sock.family, proto=sock.proto, loop=self)
_, _, _, _, address = resolved[0]
fut = self.create_future()
self._sock_connect(fut, sock, address)
return await fut
def _sock_connect(self, fut, sock, address):
fd = sock.fileno()
try:
sock.connect(address)
except (BlockingIOError, InterruptedError):
# Issue #23618: When the C function connect() fails with EINTR, the
# connection runs in background. We have to wait until the socket
# becomes writable to be notified when the connection succeed or
# fails.
fut.add_done_callback(
functools.partial(self._sock_connect_done, fd))
self.add_writer(fd, self._sock_connect_cb, fut, sock, address)
except Exception as exc:
fut.set_exception(exc)
else:
fut.set_result(None)
def _sock_connect_done(self, fd, fut):
self.remove_writer(fd)
def _sock_connect_cb(self, fut, sock, address):
if fut.cancelled():
return
try:
err = sock.getsockopt(socket.SOL_SOCKET, socket.SO_ERROR)
if err != 0:
# Jump to any except clause below.
raise OSError(err, f'Connect call failed {address}')
except (BlockingIOError, InterruptedError):
# socket is still registered, the callback will be retried later
pass
except Exception as exc:
fut.set_exception(exc)
else:
fut.set_result(None)
async def sock_accept(self, sock):
"""Accept a connection.
The socket must be bound to an address and listening for connections.
The return value is a pair (conn, address) where conn is a new socket
object usable to send and receive data on the connection, and address
is the address bound to the socket on the other end of the connection.
"""
if self._debug and sock.gettimeout() != 0:
raise ValueError("the socket must be non-blocking")
fut = self.create_future()
self._sock_accept(fut, False, sock)
return await fut
def _sock_accept(self, fut, registered, sock):
fd = sock.fileno()
if registered:
self.remove_reader(fd)
if fut.cancelled():
return
try:
conn, address = sock.accept()
conn.setblocking(False)
except (BlockingIOError, InterruptedError):
self.add_reader(fd, self._sock_accept, fut, True, sock)
except Exception as exc:
fut.set_exception(exc)
else:
fut.set_result((conn, address))
async def _sendfile_native(self, transp, file, offset, count):
del self._transports[transp._sock_fd]
resume_reading = transp.is_reading()
transp.pause_reading()
await transp._make_empty_waiter()
try:
return await self.sock_sendfile(transp._sock, file, offset, count,
fallback=False)
finally:
transp._reset_empty_waiter()
if resume_reading:
transp.resume_reading()
self._transports[transp._sock_fd] = transp
def _process_events(self, event_list):
for key, mask in event_list:
fileobj, (reader, writer) = key.fileobj, key.data
if mask & selectors.EVENT_READ and reader is not None:
if reader._cancelled:
self._remove_reader(fileobj)
else:
self._add_callback(reader)
if mask & selectors.EVENT_WRITE and writer is not None:
if writer._cancelled:
self._remove_writer(fileobj)
else:
self._add_callback(writer)
def _stop_serving(self, sock):
self._remove_reader(sock.fileno())
sock.close()
class _SelectorTransport(transports._FlowControlMixin,
transports.Transport):
max_size = 256 * 1024 # Buffer size passed to recv().
_buffer_factory = bytearray # Constructs initial value for self._buffer.
# Attribute used in the destructor: it must be set even if the constructor
# is not called (see _SelectorSslTransport which may start by raising an
# exception)
_sock = None
def __init__(self, loop, sock, protocol, extra=None, server=None):
super().__init__(extra, loop)
self._extra['socket'] = sock
self._extra['sockname'] = sock.getsockname()
if 'peername' not in self._extra:
try:
self._extra['peername'] = sock.getpeername()
except socket.error:
self._extra['peername'] = None
self._sock = sock
self._sock_fd = sock.fileno()
self._protocol_connected = False
self.set_protocol(protocol)
self._server = server
self._buffer = self._buffer_factory()
self._conn_lost = 0 # Set when call to connection_lost scheduled.
self._closing = False # Set when close() called.
if self._server is not None:
self._server._attach()
loop._transports[self._sock_fd] = self
def __repr__(self):
info = [self.__class__.__name__]
if self._sock is None:
info.append('closed')
elif self._closing:
info.append('closing')
info.append(f'fd={self._sock_fd}')
# test if the transport was closed
if self._loop is not None and not self._loop.is_closed():
polling = _test_selector_event(self._loop._selector,
self._sock_fd, selectors.EVENT_READ)
if polling:
info.append('read=polling')
else:
info.append('read=idle')
polling = _test_selector_event(self._loop._selector,
self._sock_fd,
selectors.EVENT_WRITE)
if polling:
state = 'polling'
else:
state = 'idle'
bufsize = self.get_write_buffer_size()
info.append(f'write=<{state}, bufsize={bufsize}>')
return '<{}>'.format(' '.join(info))
def abort(self):
self._force_close(None)
def set_protocol(self, protocol):
self._protocol = protocol
self._protocol_connected = True
def get_protocol(self):
return self._protocol
def is_closing(self):
return self._closing
def close(self):
if self._closing:
return
self._closing = True
self._loop._remove_reader(self._sock_fd)
if not self._buffer:
self._conn_lost += 1
self._loop._remove_writer(self._sock_fd)
self._loop.call_soon(self._call_connection_lost, None)
def __del__(self):
if self._sock is not None:
warnings.warn(f"unclosed transport {self!r}", ResourceWarning,
source=self)
self._sock.close()
def _fatal_error(self, exc, message='Fatal error on transport'):
# Should be called from exception handler only.
if isinstance(exc, base_events._FATAL_ERROR_IGNORE):
if self._loop.get_debug():
logger.debug("%r: %s", self, message, exc_info=True)
else:
self._loop.call_exception_handler({
'message': message,
'exception': exc,
'transport': self,
'protocol': self._protocol,
})
self._force_close(exc)
def _force_close(self, exc):
if self._conn_lost:
return
if self._buffer:
self._buffer.clear()
self._loop._remove_writer(self._sock_fd)
if not self._closing:
self._closing = True
self._loop._remove_reader(self._sock_fd)
self._conn_lost += 1
self._loop.call_soon(self._call_connection_lost, exc)
def _call_connection_lost(self, exc):
try:
if self._protocol_connected:
self._protocol.connection_lost(exc)
finally:
self._sock.close()
self._sock = None
self._protocol = None
self._loop = None
server = self._server
if server is not None:
server._detach()
self._server = None
def get_write_buffer_size(self):
return len(self._buffer)
def _add_reader(self, fd, callback, *args):
if self._closing:
return
self._loop._add_reader(fd, callback, *args)
class _SelectorSocketTransport(_SelectorTransport):
_start_tls_compatible = True
_sendfile_compatible = constants._SendfileMode.TRY_NATIVE
def __init__(self, loop, sock, protocol, waiter=None,
extra=None, server=None):
self._read_ready_cb = None
super().__init__(loop, sock, protocol, extra, server)
self._eof = False
self._paused = False
self._empty_waiter = None
# Disable the Nagle algorithm -- small writes will be
# sent without waiting for the TCP ACK. This generally
# decreases the latency (in some cases significantly.)
_set_nodelay(self._sock)
self._loop.call_soon(self._protocol.connection_made, self)
# only start reading when connection_made() has been called
self._loop.call_soon(self._add_reader,
self._sock_fd, self._read_ready)
if waiter is not None:
# only wake up the waiter when connection_made() has been called
self._loop.call_soon(futures._set_result_unless_cancelled,
waiter, None)
def set_protocol(self, protocol):
if isinstance(protocol, protocols.BufferedProtocol):
self._read_ready_cb = self._read_ready__get_buffer
else:
self._read_ready_cb = self._read_ready__data_received
super().set_protocol(protocol)
def is_reading(self):
return not self._paused and not self._closing
def pause_reading(self):
if self._closing or self._paused:
return
self._paused = True
self._loop._remove_reader(self._sock_fd)
if self._loop.get_debug():
logger.debug("%r pauses reading", self)
def resume_reading(self):
if self._closing or not self._paused:
return
self._paused = False
self._add_reader(self._sock_fd, self._read_ready)
if self._loop.get_debug():
logger.debug("%r resumes reading", self)
def _read_ready(self):
self._read_ready_cb()
def _read_ready__get_buffer(self):
if self._conn_lost:
return
try:
buf = self._protocol.get_buffer(-1)
if not len(buf):
raise RuntimeError('get_buffer() returned an empty buffer')
except Exception as exc:
self._fatal_error(
exc, 'Fatal error: protocol.get_buffer() call failed.')
return
try:
nbytes = self._sock.recv_into(buf)
except (BlockingIOError, InterruptedError):
return
except Exception as exc:
self._fatal_error(exc, 'Fatal read error on socket transport')
return
if not nbytes:
self._read_ready__on_eof()
return
try:
self._protocol.buffer_updated(nbytes)
except Exception as exc:
self._fatal_error(
exc, 'Fatal error: protocol.buffer_updated() call failed.')
def _read_ready__data_received(self):
if self._conn_lost:
return
try:
data = self._sock.recv(self.max_size)
except (BlockingIOError, InterruptedError):
return
except Exception as exc:
self._fatal_error(exc, 'Fatal read error on socket transport')
return
if not data:
self._read_ready__on_eof()
return
try:
self._protocol.data_received(data)
except Exception as exc:
self._fatal_error(
exc, 'Fatal error: protocol.data_received() call failed.')
def _read_ready__on_eof(self):
if self._loop.get_debug():
logger.debug("%r received EOF", self)
try:
keep_open = self._protocol.eof_received()
except Exception as exc:
self._fatal_error(
exc, 'Fatal error: protocol.eof_received() call failed.')
return
if keep_open:
# We're keeping the connection open so the
# protocol can write more, but we still can't
# receive more, so remove the reader callback.
self._loop._remove_reader(self._sock_fd)
else:
self.close()
def write(self, data):
if not isinstance(data, (bytes, bytearray, memoryview)):
raise TypeError(f'data argument must be a bytes-like object, '
f'not {type(data).__name__!r}')
if self._eof:
raise RuntimeError('Cannot call write() after write_eof()')
if self._empty_waiter is not None:
raise RuntimeError('unable to write; sendfile is in progress')
if not data:
return
if self._conn_lost:
if self._conn_lost >= constants.LOG_THRESHOLD_FOR_CONNLOST_WRITES:
logger.warning('socket.send() raised exception.')
self._conn_lost += 1
return
if not self._buffer:
# Optimization: try to send now.
try:
n = self._sock.send(data)
except (BlockingIOError, InterruptedError):
pass
except Exception as exc:
self._fatal_error(exc, 'Fatal write error on socket transport')
return
else:
data = data[n:]
if not data:
return
# Not all was written; register write handler.
self._loop._add_writer(self._sock_fd, self._write_ready)
# Add it to the buffer.
self._buffer.extend(data)
self._maybe_pause_protocol()
def _write_ready(self):
assert self._buffer, 'Data should not be empty'
if self._conn_lost:
return
try:
n = self._sock.send(self._buffer)
except (BlockingIOError, InterruptedError):
pass
except Exception as exc:
self._loop._remove_writer(self._sock_fd)
self._buffer.clear()
self._fatal_error(exc, 'Fatal write error on socket transport')
if self._empty_waiter is not None:
self._empty_waiter.set_exception(exc)
else:
if n:
del self._buffer[:n]
self._maybe_resume_protocol() # May append to buffer.
if not self._buffer:
self._loop._remove_writer(self._sock_fd)
if self._empty_waiter is not None:
self._empty_waiter.set_result(None)
if self._closing:
self._call_connection_lost(None)
elif self._eof:
self._sock.shutdown(socket.SHUT_WR)
def write_eof(self):
if self._closing or self._eof:
return
self._eof = True
if not self._buffer:
self._sock.shutdown(socket.SHUT_WR)
def can_write_eof(self):
return True
def _call_connection_lost(self, exc):
super()._call_connection_lost(exc)
if self._empty_waiter is not None:
self._empty_waiter.set_exception(
ConnectionError("Connection is closed by peer"))
def _make_empty_waiter(self):
if self._empty_waiter is not None:
raise RuntimeError("Empty waiter is already set")
self._empty_waiter = self._loop.create_future()
if not self._buffer:
self._empty_waiter.set_result(None)
return self._empty_waiter
def _reset_empty_waiter(self):
self._empty_waiter = None
class _SelectorDatagramTransport(_SelectorTransport):
_buffer_factory = collections.deque
def __init__(self, loop, sock, protocol, address=None,
waiter=None, extra=None):
super().__init__(loop, sock, protocol, extra)
self._address = address
self._loop.call_soon(self._protocol.connection_made, self)
# only start reading when connection_made() has been called
self._loop.call_soon(self._add_reader,
self._sock_fd, self._read_ready)
if waiter is not None:
# only wake up the waiter when connection_made() has been called
self._loop.call_soon(futures._set_result_unless_cancelled,
waiter, None)
def get_write_buffer_size(self):
return sum(len(data) for data, _ in self._buffer)
def _read_ready(self):
if self._conn_lost:
return
try:
data, addr = self._sock.recvfrom(self.max_size)
except (BlockingIOError, InterruptedError):
pass
except OSError as exc:
self._protocol.error_received(exc)
except Exception as exc:
self._fatal_error(exc, 'Fatal read error on datagram transport')
else:
self._protocol.datagram_received(data, addr)
def sendto(self, data, addr=None):
if not isinstance(data, (bytes, bytearray, memoryview)):
raise TypeError(f'data argument must be a bytes-like object, '
f'not {type(data).__name__!r}')
if not data:
return
if self._address and addr not in (None, self._address):
raise ValueError(
f'Invalid address: must be None or {self._address}')
if self._conn_lost and self._address:
if self._conn_lost >= constants.LOG_THRESHOLD_FOR_CONNLOST_WRITES:
logger.warning('socket.send() raised exception.')
self._conn_lost += 1
return
if not self._buffer:
# Attempt to send it right away first.
try:
if self._address:
self._sock.send(data)
else:
self._sock.sendto(data, addr)
return
except (BlockingIOError, InterruptedError):
self._loop._add_writer(self._sock_fd, self._sendto_ready)
except OSError as exc:
self._protocol.error_received(exc)
return
except Exception as exc:
self._fatal_error(
exc, 'Fatal write error on datagram transport')
return
# Ensure that what we buffer is immutable.
self._buffer.append((bytes(data), addr))
self._maybe_pause_protocol()
def _sendto_ready(self):
while self._buffer:
data, addr = self._buffer.popleft()
try:
if self._address:
self._sock.send(data)
else:
self._sock.sendto(data, addr)
except (BlockingIOError, InterruptedError):
self._buffer.appendleft((data, addr)) # Try again later.
break
except OSError as exc:
self._protocol.error_received(exc)
return
except Exception as exc:
self._fatal_error(
exc, 'Fatal write error on datagram transport')
return
self._maybe_resume_protocol() # May append to buffer.
if not self._buffer:
self._loop._remove_writer(self._sock_fd)
if self._closing:
self._call_connection_lost(None)