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// Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Description of the life cycle of a instance of MetricsService.
//
// OVERVIEW
//
// A MetricsService instance is typically created at application startup. It
// is the central controller for the acquisition of log data, and the automatic
// transmission of that log data to an external server. Its major job is to
// manage logs, grouping them for transmission, and transmitting them. As part
// of its grouping, MS finalizes logs by including some just-in-time gathered
// memory statistics, snapshotting the current stats of numerous histograms,
// closing the logs, translating to XML text, and compressing the results for
// transmission. Transmission includes submitting a compressed log as data in a
// URL-post, and retransmitting (or retaining at process termination) if the
// attempted transmission failed. Retention across process terminations is done
// using the the PrefServices facilities. The retained logs (the ones that never
// got transmitted) are compressed and base64-encoded before being persisted.
//
// Logs fall into one of two categories: "initial logs," and "ongoing logs."
// There is at most one initial log sent for each complete run of the chromium
// product (from startup, to browser shutdown). An initial log is generally
// transmitted some short time (1 minute?) after startup, and includes stats
// such as recent crash info, the number and types of plugins, etc. The
// external server's response to the initial log conceptually tells this MS if
// it should continue transmitting logs (during this session). The server
// response can actually be much more detailed, and always includes (at a
// minimum) how often additional ongoing logs should be sent.
//
// After the above initial log, a series of ongoing logs will be transmitted.
// The first ongoing log actually begins to accumulate information stating when
// the MS was first constructed. Note that even though the initial log is
// commonly sent a full minute after startup, the initial log does not include
// much in the way of user stats. The most common interlog period (delay)
// is 20 minutes. That time period starts when the first user action causes a
// logging event. This means that if there is no user action, there may be long
// periods without any (ongoing) log transmissions. Ongoing logs typically
// contain very detailed records of user activities (ex: opened tab, closed
// tab, fetched URL, maximized window, etc.) In addition, just before an
// ongoing log is closed out, a call is made to gather memory statistics. Those
// memory statistics are deposited into a histogram, and the log finalization
// code is then called. In the finalization, a call to a Histogram server
// acquires a list of all local histograms that have been flagged for upload
// to the UMA server. The finalization also acquires a the most recent number
// of page loads, along with any counts of renderer or plugin crashes.
//
// When the browser shuts down, there will typically be a fragment of an ongoing
// log that has not yet been transmitted. At shutdown time, that fragment
// is closed (including snapshotting histograms), and persisted, for
// potential transmission during a future run of the product.
//
// There are two slightly abnormal shutdown conditions. There is a
// "disconnected scenario," and a "really fast startup and shutdown" scenario.
// In the "never connected" situation, the user has (during the running of the
// process) never established an internet connection. As a result, attempts to
// transmit the initial log have failed, and a lot(?) of data has accumulated in
// the ongoing log (which didn't yet get closed, because there was never even a
// contemplation of sending it). There is also a kindred "lost connection"
// situation, where a loss of connection prevented an ongoing log from being
// transmitted, and a (still open) log was stuck accumulating a lot(?) of data,
// while the earlier log retried its transmission. In both of these
// disconnected situations, two logs need to be, and are, persistently stored
// for future transmission.
//
// The other unusual shutdown condition, termed "really fast startup and
// shutdown," involves the deliberate user termination of the process before
// the initial log is even formed or transmitted. In that situation, no logging
// is done, but the historical crash statistics remain (unlogged) for inclusion
// in a future run's initial log. (i.e., we don't lose crash stats).
//
// With the above overview, we can now describe the state machine's various
// stats, based on the State enum specified in the state_ member. Those states
// are:
//
// INITIALIZED, // Constructor was called.
// INIT_TASK_SCHEDULED, // Waiting for deferred init tasks to complete.
// INIT_TASK_DONE, // Waiting for timer to send initial log.
// INITIAL_LOG_READY, // Initial log generated, and waiting for reply.
// SENDING_OLD_LOGS, // Sending unsent logs from previous session.
// SENDING_CURRENT_LOGS, // Sending standard current logs as they accrue.
//
// In more detail, we have:
//
// INITIALIZED, // Constructor was called.
// The MS has been constructed, but has taken no actions to compose the
// initial log.
//
// INIT_TASK_SCHEDULED, // Waiting for deferred init tasks to complete.
// Typically about 30 seconds after startup, a task is sent to a second thread
// (the file thread) to perform deferred (lower priority and slower)
// initialization steps such as getting the list of plugins. That task will
// (when complete) make an async callback (via a Task) to indicate the
// completion.
//
// INIT_TASK_DONE, // Waiting for timer to send initial log.
// The callback has arrived, and it is now possible for an initial log to be
// created. This callback typically arrives back less than one second after
// the deferred init task is dispatched.
//
// INITIAL_LOG_READY, // Initial log generated, and waiting for reply.
// This state is entered only after an initial log has been composed, and
// prepared for transmission. It is also the case that any previously unsent
// logs have been loaded into instance variables for possible transmission.
//
// SENDING_OLD_LOGS, // Sending unsent logs from previous session.
// This state indicates that the initial log for this session has been
// successfully sent and it is now time to send any logs that were
// saved from previous sessions. All such logs will be transmitted before
// exiting this state, and proceeding with ongoing logs from the current session
// (see next state).
//
// SENDING_CURRENT_LOGS, // Sending standard current logs as they accrue.
// Current logs are being accumulated. Typically every 20 minutes a log is
// closed and finalized for transmission, at the same time as a new log is
// started.
//
// The progression through the above states is simple, and sequential, in the
// most common use cases. States proceed from INITIAL to SENDING_CURRENT_LOGS,
// and remain in the latter until shutdown.
//
// The one unusual case is when the user asks that we stop logging. When that
// happens, any staged (transmission in progress) log is persisted, and any log
// log that is currently accumulating is also finalized and persisted. We then
// regress back to the SEND_OLD_LOGS state in case the user enables log
// recording again during this session. This way anything we have persisted
// will be sent automatically if/when we progress back to SENDING_CURRENT_LOG
// state.
//
// Also note that whenever we successfully send an old log, we mirror the list
// of logs into the PrefService. This ensures that IF we crash, we won't start
// up and retransmit our old logs again.
//
// Due to race conditions, it is always possible that a log file could be sent
// twice. For example, if a log file is sent, but not yet acknowledged by
// the external server, and the user shuts down, then a copy of the log may be
// saved for re-transmission. These duplicates could be filtered out server
// side, but are not expected to be a significant problem.
//
//
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#include "chrome/browser/metrics/metrics_service.h"
#include "base/bind.h"
#include "base/callback.h"
#include "base/command_line.h"
#include "base/md5.h"
#include "base/metrics/histogram.h"
#include "base/string_number_conversions.h"
#include "base/threading/platform_thread.h"
#include "base/threading/thread.h"
#include "base/threading/thread_restrictions.h"
#include "base/tracked_objects.h"
#include "base/utf_string_conversions.h"
#include "base/values.h"
#include "chrome/browser/bookmarks/bookmark_model.h"
#include "chrome/browser/browser_process.h"
#include "chrome/browser/extensions/extension_service.h"
#include "chrome/browser/extensions/process_map.h"
#include "chrome/browser/io_thread.h"
#include "chrome/browser/memory_details.h"
#include "chrome/browser/metrics/histogram_synchronizer.h"
#include "chrome/browser/metrics/metrics_log.h"
#include "chrome/browser/metrics/metrics_log_serializer.h"
#include "chrome/browser/metrics/metrics_reporting_scheduler.h"
#include "chrome/browser/metrics/tracking_synchronizer.h"
#include "chrome/browser/net/http_pipelining_compatibility_client.h"
#include "chrome/browser/net/network_stats.h"
#include "chrome/browser/prefs/pref_service.h"
#include "chrome/browser/prefs/scoped_user_pref_update.h"
#include "chrome/browser/profiles/profile.h"
#include "chrome/browser/search_engines/template_url_service.h"
#include "chrome/browser/ui/browser_list.h"
#include "chrome/common/child_process_logging.h"
#include "chrome/common/chrome_notification_types.h"
#include "chrome/common/chrome_switches.h"
#include "chrome/common/guid.h"
#include "chrome/common/metrics/metrics_log_manager.h"
#include "chrome/common/net/test_server_locations.h"
#include "chrome/common/pref_names.h"
#include "chrome/common/render_messages.h"
#include "content/public/browser/child_process_data.h"
#include "content/public/browser/load_notification_details.h"
#include "content/public/browser/notification_service.h"
#include "content/public/browser/plugin_service.h"
#include "content/public/browser/render_process_host.h"
#include "content/public/common/url_fetcher.h"
#include "net/base/load_flags.h"
#include "webkit/plugins/webplugininfo.h"
// TODO(port): port browser_distribution.h.
#if !defined(OS_POSIX)
#include "chrome/installer/util/browser_distribution.h"
#endif
#if defined(OS_CHROMEOS)
#include "chrome/browser/chromeos/cros/cros_library.h"
#include "chrome/browser/chromeos/external_metrics.h"
#include "chrome/browser/chromeos/system/statistics_provider.h"
#endif
using base::Time;
using content::BrowserThread;
using content::ChildProcessData;
using content::LoadNotificationDetails;
using content::PluginService;
namespace {
// Check to see that we're being called on only one thread.
bool IsSingleThreaded() {
static base::PlatformThreadId thread_id = 0;
if (!thread_id)
thread_id = base::PlatformThread::CurrentId();
return base::PlatformThread::CurrentId() == thread_id;
}
const char kMetricsTypeXml[] = "application/vnd.mozilla.metrics.bz2";
const char kMetricsTypeProto[] = "application/vnd.chrome.uma";
const char kServerUrlXml[] =
"https://clients4.google.com/firefox/metrics/collect";
const char kServerUrlProto[] = "https://clients4.google.com/uma/v2";
// The delay, in seconds, after starting recording before doing expensive
// initialization work.
const int kInitializationDelaySeconds = 30;
// This specifies the amount of time to wait for all renderers to send their
// data.
const int kMaxHistogramGatheringWaitDuration = 60000; // 60 seconds.
// The maximum number of events in a log uploaded to the UMA server.
const int kEventLimit = 2400;
// If an upload fails, and the transmission was over this byte count, then we
// will discard the log, and not try to retransmit it. We also don't persist
// the log to the prefs for transmission during the next chrome session if this
// limit is exceeded.
const size_t kUploadLogAvoidRetransmitSize = 50000;
// Interval, in minutes, between state saves.
const int kSaveStateIntervalMinutes = 5;
// Used to indicate that the response code is currently not set at all --
// RESPONSE_CODE_INVALID can sometimes be returned in response to a request if,
// e.g., the server is down.
const int kNoResponseCode = content::URLFetcher::RESPONSE_CODE_INVALID - 1;
}
// static
MetricsService::ShutdownCleanliness MetricsService::clean_shutdown_status_ =
MetricsService::CLEANLY_SHUTDOWN;
// This is used to quickly log stats from child process related notifications in
// MetricsService::child_stats_buffer_. The buffer's contents are transferred
// out when Local State is periodically saved. The information is then
// reported to the UMA server on next launch.
struct MetricsService::ChildProcessStats {
public:
explicit ChildProcessStats(content::ProcessType type)
: process_launches(0),
process_crashes(0),
instances(0),
process_type(type) {}
// This constructor is only used by the map to return some default value for
// an index for which no value has been assigned.
ChildProcessStats()
: process_launches(0),
process_crashes(0),
instances(0),
process_type(content::PROCESS_TYPE_UNKNOWN) {}
// The number of times that the given child process has been launched
int process_launches;
// The number of times that the given child process has crashed
int process_crashes;
// The number of instances of this child process that have been created.
// An instance is a DOM object rendered by this child process during a page
// load.
int instances;
content::ProcessType process_type;
};
// Handles asynchronous fetching of memory details.
// Will run the provided task after finished.
class MetricsMemoryDetails : public MemoryDetails {
public:
explicit MetricsMemoryDetails(const base::Closure& callback)
: callback_(callback) {}
virtual void OnDetailsAvailable() {
MessageLoop::current()->PostTask(FROM_HERE, callback_);
}
private:
~MetricsMemoryDetails() {}
base::Closure callback_;
DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN(MetricsMemoryDetails);
};
// static
void MetricsService::RegisterPrefs(PrefService* local_state) {
DCHECK(IsSingleThreaded());
local_state->RegisterStringPref(prefs::kMetricsClientID, "");
local_state->RegisterInt64Pref(prefs::kMetricsClientIDTimestamp, 0);
local_state->RegisterInt64Pref(prefs::kStabilityLaunchTimeSec, 0);
local_state->RegisterInt64Pref(prefs::kStabilityLastTimestampSec, 0);
local_state->RegisterStringPref(prefs::kStabilityStatsVersion, "");
local_state->RegisterInt64Pref(prefs::kStabilityStatsBuildTime, 0);
local_state->RegisterBooleanPref(prefs::kStabilityExitedCleanly, true);
local_state->RegisterBooleanPref(prefs::kStabilitySessionEndCompleted, true);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kMetricsSessionID, -1);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilityLaunchCount, 0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilityCrashCount, 0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilityIncompleteSessionEndCount,
0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilityPageLoadCount, 0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilityRendererCrashCount, 0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilityExtensionRendererCrashCount,
0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilityRendererHangCount, 0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilityChildProcessCrashCount, 0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilityBreakpadRegistrationFail,
0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilityBreakpadRegistrationSuccess,
0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilityDebuggerPresent, 0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilityDebuggerNotPresent, 0);
#if defined(OS_CHROMEOS)
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilityOtherUserCrashCount, 0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilityKernelCrashCount, 0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kStabilitySystemUncleanShutdownCount,
0);
#endif // OS_CHROMEOS
local_state->RegisterDictionaryPref(prefs::kProfileMetrics);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kNumBookmarksOnBookmarkBar, 0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kNumFoldersOnBookmarkBar, 0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kNumBookmarksInOtherBookmarkFolder,
0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kNumFoldersInOtherBookmarkFolder, 0);
local_state->RegisterIntegerPref(prefs::kNumKeywords, 0);
local_state->RegisterListPref(prefs::kMetricsInitialLogsXml);
local_state->RegisterListPref(prefs::kMetricsOngoingLogsXml);
local_state->RegisterListPref(prefs::kMetricsInitialLogsProto);
local_state->RegisterListPref(prefs::kMetricsOngoingLogsProto);
local_state->RegisterInt64Pref(prefs::kUninstallMetricsPageLoadCount, 0);
local_state->RegisterInt64Pref(prefs::kUninstallLaunchCount, 0);
local_state->RegisterInt64Pref(prefs::kUninstallMetricsInstallDate, 0);
local_state->RegisterInt64Pref(prefs::kUninstallMetricsUptimeSec, 0);
local_state->RegisterInt64Pref(prefs::kUninstallLastLaunchTimeSec, 0);
local_state->RegisterInt64Pref(prefs::kUninstallLastObservedRunTimeSec, 0);
}
// static
void MetricsService::DiscardOldStabilityStats(PrefService* local_state) {
local_state->SetBoolean(prefs::kStabilityExitedCleanly, true);
local_state->SetBoolean(prefs::kStabilitySessionEndCompleted, true);
local_state->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityIncompleteSessionEndCount, 0);
local_state->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityBreakpadRegistrationSuccess, 0);
local_state->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityBreakpadRegistrationFail, 0);
local_state->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityDebuggerPresent, 0);
local_state->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityDebuggerNotPresent, 0);
local_state->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityLaunchCount, 0);
local_state->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityCrashCount, 0);
local_state->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityPageLoadCount, 0);
local_state->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityRendererCrashCount, 0);
local_state->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityRendererHangCount, 0);
local_state->SetInt64(prefs::kStabilityLaunchTimeSec, 0);
local_state->SetInt64(prefs::kStabilityLastTimestampSec, 0);
local_state->ClearPref(prefs::kStabilityPluginStats);
local_state->ClearPref(prefs::kMetricsInitialLogsXml);
local_state->ClearPref(prefs::kMetricsOngoingLogsXml);
local_state->ClearPref(prefs::kMetricsInitialLogsProto);
local_state->ClearPref(prefs::kMetricsOngoingLogsProto);
}
MetricsService::MetricsService()
: recording_active_(false),
reporting_active_(false),
state_(INITIALIZED),
idle_since_last_transmission_(false),
next_window_id_(0),
ALLOW_THIS_IN_INITIALIZER_LIST(self_ptr_factory_(this)),
ALLOW_THIS_IN_INITIALIZER_LIST(state_saver_factory_(this)),
waiting_for_asynchronus_reporting_step_(false) {
DCHECK(IsSingleThreaded());
InitializeMetricsState();
base::Closure callback = base::Bind(&MetricsService::StartScheduledUpload,
self_ptr_factory_.GetWeakPtr());
scheduler_.reset(new MetricsReportingScheduler(callback));
log_manager_.set_log_serializer(new MetricsLogSerializer());
log_manager_.set_max_ongoing_log_store_size(kUploadLogAvoidRetransmitSize);
}
MetricsService::~MetricsService() {
SetRecording(false);
}
void MetricsService::Start() {
HandleIdleSinceLastTransmission(false);
SetRecording(true);
SetReporting(true);
}
void MetricsService::StartRecordingOnly() {
SetRecording(true);
SetReporting(false);
}
void MetricsService::Stop() {
HandleIdleSinceLastTransmission(false);
SetReporting(false);
SetRecording(false);
}
std::string MetricsService::GetClientId() {
return client_id_;
}
void MetricsService::ForceClientIdCreation() {
if (!client_id_.empty())
return;
PrefService* pref = g_browser_process->local_state();
client_id_ = pref->GetString(prefs::kMetricsClientID);
if (!client_id_.empty())
return;
client_id_ = GenerateClientID();
pref->SetString(prefs::kMetricsClientID, client_id_);
// Might as well make a note of how long this ID has existed
pref->SetString(prefs::kMetricsClientIDTimestamp,
base::Int64ToString(Time::Now().ToTimeT()));
}
void MetricsService::SetRecording(bool enabled) {
DCHECK(IsSingleThreaded());
if (enabled == recording_active_)
return;
if (enabled) {
ForceClientIdCreation();
child_process_logging::SetClientId(client_id_);
StartRecording();
SetUpNotifications(&registrar_, this);
} else {
registrar_.RemoveAll();
PushPendingLogsToPersistentStorage();
DCHECK(!log_manager_.has_staged_log());
if (state_ > INITIAL_LOG_READY && log_manager_.has_unsent_logs())
state_ = SENDING_OLD_LOGS;
}
recording_active_ = enabled;
}
bool MetricsService::recording_active() const {
DCHECK(IsSingleThreaded());
return recording_active_;
}
void MetricsService::SetReporting(bool enable) {
if (reporting_active_ != enable) {
reporting_active_ = enable;
if (reporting_active_)
StartSchedulerIfNecessary();
}
}
bool MetricsService::reporting_active() const {
DCHECK(IsSingleThreaded());
return reporting_active_;
}
// static
void MetricsService::SetUpNotifications(
content::NotificationRegistrar* registrar,
content::NotificationObserver* observer) {
registrar->Add(observer, chrome::NOTIFICATION_BROWSER_OPENED,
content::NotificationService::AllBrowserContextsAndSources());
registrar->Add(observer, chrome::NOTIFICATION_BROWSER_CLOSED,
content::NotificationService::AllSources());
registrar->Add(observer, content::NOTIFICATION_USER_ACTION,
content::NotificationService::AllSources());
registrar->Add(observer, chrome::NOTIFICATION_TAB_PARENTED,
content::NotificationService::AllSources());
registrar->Add(observer, chrome::NOTIFICATION_TAB_CLOSING,
content::NotificationService::AllSources());
registrar->Add(observer, content::NOTIFICATION_LOAD_START,
content::NotificationService::AllSources());
registrar->Add(observer, content::NOTIFICATION_LOAD_STOP,
content::NotificationService::AllSources());
registrar->Add(observer, content::NOTIFICATION_RENDERER_PROCESS_CLOSED,
content::NotificationService::AllSources());
registrar->Add(observer, content::NOTIFICATION_RENDERER_PROCESS_HANG,
content::NotificationService::AllSources());
registrar->Add(observer, content::NOTIFICATION_CHILD_PROCESS_HOST_CONNECTED,
content::NotificationService::AllSources());
registrar->Add(observer, content::NOTIFICATION_CHILD_INSTANCE_CREATED,
content::NotificationService::AllSources());
registrar->Add(observer, content::NOTIFICATION_CHILD_PROCESS_CRASHED,
content::NotificationService::AllSources());
registrar->Add(observer, chrome::NOTIFICATION_TEMPLATE_URL_SERVICE_LOADED,
content::NotificationService::AllSources());
registrar->Add(observer, chrome::NOTIFICATION_OMNIBOX_OPENED_URL,
content::NotificationService::AllSources());
registrar->Add(observer, chrome::NOTIFICATION_BOOKMARK_MODEL_LOADED,
content::NotificationService::AllBrowserContextsAndSources());
}
void MetricsService::Observe(int type,
const content::NotificationSource& source,
const content::NotificationDetails& details) {
DCHECK(log_manager_.current_log());
DCHECK(IsSingleThreaded());
if (!CanLogNotification(type, source, details))
return;
switch (type) {
case content::NOTIFICATION_USER_ACTION:
log_manager_.current_log()->RecordUserAction(
*content::Details<const char*>(details).ptr());
break;
case chrome::NOTIFICATION_BROWSER_OPENED:
case chrome::NOTIFICATION_BROWSER_CLOSED:
LogWindowChange(type, source, details);
break;
case chrome::NOTIFICATION_TAB_PARENTED:
case chrome::NOTIFICATION_TAB_CLOSING:
LogWindowChange(type, source, details);
break;
case content::NOTIFICATION_LOAD_STOP:
LogLoadComplete(type, source, details);
break;
case content::NOTIFICATION_LOAD_START:
LogLoadStarted();
break;
case content::NOTIFICATION_RENDERER_PROCESS_CLOSED: {
content::RenderProcessHost::RendererClosedDetails* process_details =
content::Details<
content::RenderProcessHost::RendererClosedDetails>(
details).ptr();
content::RenderProcessHost* host =
content::Source<content::RenderProcessHost>(source).ptr();
LogRendererCrash(
host, process_details->status, process_details->was_alive);
}
break;
case content::NOTIFICATION_RENDERER_PROCESS_HANG:
LogRendererHang();
break;
case content::NOTIFICATION_CHILD_PROCESS_HOST_CONNECTED:
case content::NOTIFICATION_CHILD_PROCESS_CRASHED:
case content::NOTIFICATION_CHILD_INSTANCE_CREATED:
LogChildProcessChange(type, source, details);
break;
case chrome::NOTIFICATION_TEMPLATE_URL_SERVICE_LOADED:
LogKeywordCount(content::Source<TemplateURLService>(
source)->GetTemplateURLs().size());
break;
case chrome::NOTIFICATION_OMNIBOX_OPENED_URL: {
MetricsLog* current_log =
static_cast<MetricsLog*>(log_manager_.current_log());
DCHECK(current_log);
current_log->RecordOmniboxOpenedURL(
*content::Details<AutocompleteLog>(details).ptr());
break;
}
case chrome::NOTIFICATION_BOOKMARK_MODEL_LOADED: {
Profile* p = content::Source<Profile>(source).ptr();
if (p)
LogBookmarks(p->GetBookmarkModel());
break;
}
default:
NOTREACHED();
break;
}
HandleIdleSinceLastTransmission(false);
if (log_manager_.current_log())
DVLOG(1) << "METRICS: NUMBER OF EVENTS = "
<< log_manager_.current_log()->num_events();
}
void MetricsService::HandleIdleSinceLastTransmission(bool in_idle) {
// If there wasn't a lot of action, maybe the computer was asleep, in which
// case, the log transmissions should have stopped. Here we start them up
// again.
if (!in_idle && idle_since_last_transmission_)
StartSchedulerIfNecessary();
idle_since_last_transmission_ = in_idle;
}
void MetricsService::RecordStartOfSessionEnd() {
LogCleanShutdown();
RecordBooleanPrefValue(prefs::kStabilitySessionEndCompleted, false);
}
void MetricsService::RecordCompletedSessionEnd() {
LogCleanShutdown();
RecordBooleanPrefValue(prefs::kStabilitySessionEndCompleted, true);
}
void MetricsService::RecordBreakpadRegistration(bool success) {
if (!success)
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityBreakpadRegistrationFail);
else
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityBreakpadRegistrationSuccess);
}
void MetricsService::RecordBreakpadHasDebugger(bool has_debugger) {
if (!has_debugger)
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityDebuggerNotPresent);
else
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityDebuggerPresent);
}
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// private methods
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Initialization methods
void MetricsService::InitializeMetricsState() {
#if defined(OS_POSIX)
server_url_xml_ = ASCIIToUTF16(kServerUrlXml);
server_url_proto_ = ASCIIToUTF16(kServerUrlProto);
network_stats_server_ = chrome_common_net::kEchoTestServerLocation;
http_pipelining_test_server_ = chrome_common_net::kPipelineTestServerBaseUrl;
#else
BrowserDistribution* dist = BrowserDistribution::GetDistribution();
server_url_xml_ = dist->GetStatsServerURL();
server_url_proto_ = ASCIIToUTF16(kServerUrlProto);
network_stats_server_ = dist->GetNetworkStatsServer();
http_pipelining_test_server_ = dist->GetHttpPipeliningTestServer();
#endif
PrefService* pref = g_browser_process->local_state();
DCHECK(pref);
if ((pref->GetInt64(prefs::kStabilityStatsBuildTime)
!= MetricsLog::GetBuildTime()) ||
(pref->GetString(prefs::kStabilityStatsVersion)
!= MetricsLog::GetVersionString())) {
// This is a new version, so we don't want to confuse the stats about the
// old version with info that we upload.
DiscardOldStabilityStats(pref);
pref->SetString(prefs::kStabilityStatsVersion,
MetricsLog::GetVersionString());
pref->SetInt64(prefs::kStabilityStatsBuildTime,
MetricsLog::GetBuildTime());
}
// Update session ID
session_id_ = pref->GetInteger(prefs::kMetricsSessionID);
++session_id_;
pref->SetInteger(prefs::kMetricsSessionID, session_id_);
// Stability bookkeeping
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityLaunchCount);
if (!pref->GetBoolean(prefs::kStabilityExitedCleanly)) {
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityCrashCount);
// Reset flag, and wait until we call LogNeedForCleanShutdown() before
// monitoring.
pref->SetBoolean(prefs::kStabilityExitedCleanly, true);
}
if (!pref->GetBoolean(prefs::kStabilitySessionEndCompleted)) {
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityIncompleteSessionEndCount);
// This is marked false when we get a WM_ENDSESSION.
pref->SetBoolean(prefs::kStabilitySessionEndCompleted, true);
}
// Initialize uptime counters.
int64 startup_uptime = MetricsLog::GetIncrementalUptime(pref);
DCHECK_EQ(0, startup_uptime);
// For backwards compatibility, leave this intact in case Omaha is checking
// them. prefs::kStabilityLastTimestampSec may also be useless now.
// TODO(jar): Delete these if they have no uses.
pref->SetInt64(prefs::kStabilityLaunchTimeSec, Time::Now().ToTimeT());
// Bookkeeping for the uninstall metrics.
IncrementLongPrefsValue(prefs::kUninstallLaunchCount);
// Save profile metrics.
PrefService* prefs = g_browser_process->local_state();
if (prefs) {
// Remove the current dictionary and store it for use when sending data to
// server. By removing the value we prune potentially dead profiles
// (and keys). All valid values are added back once services startup.
const DictionaryValue* profile_dictionary =
prefs->GetDictionary(prefs::kProfileMetrics);
if (profile_dictionary) {
// Do a deep copy of profile_dictionary since ClearPref will delete it.
profile_dictionary_.reset(static_cast<DictionaryValue*>(
profile_dictionary->DeepCopy()));
prefs->ClearPref(prefs::kProfileMetrics);
}
}
// Get stats on use of command line.
const CommandLine* command_line(CommandLine::ForCurrentProcess());
size_t common_commands = 0;
if (command_line->HasSwitch(switches::kUserDataDir)) {
++common_commands;
UMA_HISTOGRAM_COUNTS_100("Chrome.CommandLineDatDirCount", 1);
}
if (command_line->HasSwitch(switches::kApp)) {
++common_commands;
UMA_HISTOGRAM_COUNTS_100("Chrome.CommandLineAppModeCount", 1);
}
size_t switch_count = command_line->GetSwitches().size();
UMA_HISTOGRAM_COUNTS_100("Chrome.CommandLineFlagCount", switch_count);
UMA_HISTOGRAM_COUNTS_100("Chrome.CommandLineUncommonFlagCount",
switch_count - common_commands);
// Kick off the process of saving the state (so the uptime numbers keep
// getting updated) every n minutes.
ScheduleNextStateSave();
}
// static
void MetricsService::InitTaskGetHardwareClass(
base::WeakPtr<MetricsService> self,
base::MessageLoopProxy* target_loop) {
DCHECK(BrowserThread::CurrentlyOn(BrowserThread::FILE));
std::string hardware_class;
#if defined(OS_CHROMEOS)
chromeos::system::StatisticsProvider::GetInstance()->GetMachineStatistic(
"hardware_class", &hardware_class);
#endif // OS_CHROMEOS
target_loop->PostTask(FROM_HERE,
base::Bind(&MetricsService::OnInitTaskGotHardwareClass,
self, hardware_class));
}
void MetricsService::OnInitTaskGotHardwareClass(
const std::string& hardware_class) {
DCHECK_EQ(INIT_TASK_SCHEDULED, state_);
hardware_class_ = hardware_class;
// Start the next part of the init task: loading plugin information.
PluginService::GetInstance()->GetPlugins(
base::Bind(&MetricsService::OnInitTaskGotPluginInfo,
self_ptr_factory_.GetWeakPtr()));
}
void MetricsService::OnInitTaskGotPluginInfo(
const std::vector<webkit::WebPluginInfo>& plugins) {
DCHECK_EQ(INIT_TASK_SCHEDULED, state_);
plugins_ = plugins;
// Start the next part of the init task: fetching performance data. This will
// call into |FinishedReceivingProfilerData()| when the task completes.
chrome_browser_metrics::TrackingSynchronizer::FetchProfilerDataAsynchronously(
self_ptr_factory_.GetWeakPtr());
}
void MetricsService::ReceivedProfilerData(
const tracked_objects::ProcessDataSnapshot& process_data,
content::ProcessType process_type) {
DCHECK_EQ(INIT_TASK_SCHEDULED, state_);
// Upon the first callback, create the initial log so that we can immediately
// save the profiler data.
if (!initial_log_.get())
initial_log_.reset(new MetricsLog(client_id_, session_id_));
initial_log_->RecordProfilerData(process_data, process_type);
}
void MetricsService::FinishedReceivingProfilerData() {
DCHECK_EQ(INIT_TASK_SCHEDULED, state_);
state_ = INIT_TASK_DONE;
}
std::string MetricsService::GenerateClientID() {
return guid::GenerateGUID();
}
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// State save methods
void MetricsService::ScheduleNextStateSave() {
state_saver_factory_.InvalidateWeakPtrs();
MessageLoop::current()->PostDelayedTask(FROM_HERE,
base::Bind(&MetricsService::SaveLocalState,
state_saver_factory_.GetWeakPtr()),
base::TimeDelta::FromMinutes(kSaveStateIntervalMinutes));
}
void MetricsService::SaveLocalState() {
PrefService* pref = g_browser_process->local_state();
if (!pref) {
NOTREACHED();
return;
}
RecordCurrentState(pref);
// TODO(jar):110021 Does this run down the batteries????
ScheduleNextStateSave();
}
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Recording control methods
void MetricsService::StartRecording() {
if (log_manager_.current_log())
return;
log_manager_.BeginLoggingWithLog(new MetricsLog(client_id_, session_id_),
MetricsLogManager::ONGOING_LOG);
if (state_ == INITIALIZED) {
// We only need to schedule that run once.
state_ = INIT_TASK_SCHEDULED;
// Schedules a task on the file thread for execution of slower
// initialization steps (such as plugin list generation) necessary
// for sending the initial log. This avoids blocking the main UI
// thread.
BrowserThread::PostDelayedTask(
BrowserThread::FILE,
FROM_HERE,
base::Bind(&MetricsService::InitTaskGetHardwareClass,
self_ptr_factory_.GetWeakPtr(),
MessageLoop::current()->message_loop_proxy()),
base::TimeDelta::FromSeconds(kInitializationDelaySeconds));
}
}
void MetricsService::StopRecording() {
if (!log_manager_.current_log())
return;
// TODO(jar): Integrate bounds on log recording more consistently, so that we
// can stop recording logs that are too big much sooner.
if (log_manager_.current_log()->num_events() > kEventLimit) {
UMA_HISTOGRAM_COUNTS("UMA.Discarded Log Events",
log_manager_.current_log()->num_events());
log_manager_.DiscardCurrentLog();
StartRecording(); // Start trivial log to hold our histograms.
}
// Adds to ongoing logs.
log_manager_.current_log()->set_hardware_class(hardware_class_);
// Put incremental data (histogram deltas, and realtime stats deltas) at the
// end of all log transmissions (initial log handles this separately).
// RecordIncrementalStabilityElements only exists on the derived
// MetricsLog class.
MetricsLog* current_log =
static_cast<MetricsLog*>(log_manager_.current_log());
DCHECK(current_log);
current_log->RecordEnvironmentProto(plugins_);
current_log->RecordIncrementalStabilityElements(plugins_);
RecordCurrentHistograms();
log_manager_.FinishCurrentLog();
}
void MetricsService::PushPendingLogsToPersistentStorage() {
if (state_ < INITIAL_LOG_READY)
return; // We didn't and still don't have time to get plugin list etc.
if (log_manager_.has_staged_log()) {
// We may race here, and send second copy of initial log later.
if (state_ == INITIAL_LOG_READY)
state_ = SENDING_OLD_LOGS;
MetricsLogManager::StoreType store_type = current_fetch_xml_.get() ?
MetricsLogManager::PROVISIONAL_STORE : MetricsLogManager::NORMAL_STORE;
log_manager_.StoreStagedLogAsUnsent(store_type);
}
DCHECK(!log_manager_.has_staged_log());
StopRecording();
StoreUnsentLogs();
}
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Transmission of logs methods
void MetricsService::StartSchedulerIfNecessary() {
if (reporting_active() && recording_active())
scheduler_->Start();
}
void MetricsService::StartScheduledUpload() {
// If reporting has been turned off, the scheduler doesn't need to run.
if (!reporting_active() || !recording_active()) {
scheduler_->Stop();
scheduler_->UploadCancelled();
return;
}
StartFinalLogInfoCollection();
}
void MetricsService::StartFinalLogInfoCollection() {
// Begin the multi-step process of collecting memory usage histograms:
// First spawn a task to collect the memory details; when that task is
// finished, it will call OnMemoryDetailCollectionDone. That will in turn
// call HistogramSynchronization to collect histograms from all renderers and
// then call OnHistogramSynchronizationDone to continue processing.
DCHECK(!waiting_for_asynchronus_reporting_step_);
waiting_for_asynchronus_reporting_step_ = true;
base::Closure callback =
base::Bind(&MetricsService::OnMemoryDetailCollectionDone,
self_ptr_factory_.GetWeakPtr());
scoped_refptr<MetricsMemoryDetails> details(
new MetricsMemoryDetails(callback));
details->StartFetch(MemoryDetails::UPDATE_USER_METRICS);
// Collect WebCore cache information to put into a histogram.
for (content::RenderProcessHost::iterator i(
content::RenderProcessHost::AllHostsIterator());
!i.IsAtEnd(); i.Advance())
i.GetCurrentValue()->Send(new ChromeViewMsg_GetCacheResourceStats());
}
void MetricsService::OnMemoryDetailCollectionDone() {
DCHECK(IsSingleThreaded());
// This function should only be called as the callback from an ansynchronous
// step.
DCHECK(waiting_for_asynchronus_reporting_step_);
// Create a callback_task for OnHistogramSynchronizationDone.
base::Closure callback = base::Bind(
&MetricsService::OnHistogramSynchronizationDone,
self_ptr_factory_.GetWeakPtr());
base::StatisticsRecorder::CollectHistogramStats("Browser");
// Set up the callback to task to call after we receive histograms from all
// renderer processes. Wait time specifies how long to wait before absolutely
// calling us back on the task.
HistogramSynchronizer::FetchRendererHistogramsAsynchronously(
MessageLoop::current(), callback,
base::TimeDelta::FromMilliseconds(kMaxHistogramGatheringWaitDuration));
}
void MetricsService::OnHistogramSynchronizationDone() {
DCHECK(IsSingleThreaded());
// This function should only be called as the callback from an ansynchronous
// step.
DCHECK(waiting_for_asynchronus_reporting_step_);
waiting_for_asynchronus_reporting_step_ = false;
OnFinalLogInfoCollectionDone();
}
void MetricsService::OnFinalLogInfoCollectionDone() {
// If somehow there is a fetch in progress, we return and hope things work
// out. The scheduler isn't informed since if this happens, the scheduler
// will get a response from the upload.
DCHECK(!current_fetch_xml_.get());
DCHECK(!current_fetch_proto_.get());
if (current_fetch_xml_.get() || current_fetch_proto_.get())
return;
// If we're getting no notifications, then the log won't have much in it, and
// it's possible the computer is about to go to sleep, so don't upload and
// stop the scheduler.
// Similarly, if logs should no longer be uploaded, stop here.
if (idle_since_last_transmission_ ||
!recording_active() || !reporting_active()) {
scheduler_->Stop();
scheduler_->UploadCancelled();
return;
}
MakeStagedLog();
// MakeStagedLog should have prepared log text; if it didn't, skip this
// upload and hope things work out next time.
if (log_manager_.staged_log_text().empty()) {
scheduler_->UploadCancelled();
return;
}
SendStagedLog();
}
void MetricsService::MakeStagedLog() {
if (log_manager_.has_staged_log())
return;
switch (state_) {
case INITIALIZED:
case INIT_TASK_SCHEDULED: // We should be further along by now.
DCHECK(false);
return;
case INIT_TASK_DONE:
// We need to wait for the initial log to be ready before sending
// anything, because the server will tell us whether it wants to hear
// from us.
PrepareInitialLog();
DCHECK_EQ(INIT_TASK_DONE, state_);
log_manager_.LoadPersistedUnsentLogs();
state_ = INITIAL_LOG_READY;
break;
case SENDING_OLD_LOGS:
if (log_manager_.has_unsent_logs()) {
log_manager_.StageNextLogForUpload();
break;
}
state_ = SENDING_CURRENT_LOGS;
// Fall through.
case SENDING_CURRENT_LOGS:
StopRecording();
StartRecording();
log_manager_.StageNextLogForUpload();
break;
default:
NOTREACHED();
return;
}
DCHECK(log_manager_.has_staged_log());
}
void MetricsService::PrepareInitialLog() {
DCHECK_EQ(INIT_TASK_DONE, state_);
DCHECK(initial_log_.get());
initial_log_->set_hardware_class(hardware_class_);
initial_log_->RecordEnvironment(plugins_, profile_dictionary_.get());
// Histograms only get written to the current log, so make the new log current
// before writing them.
log_manager_.PauseCurrentLog();
log_manager_.BeginLoggingWithLog(initial_log_.release(),
MetricsLogManager::INITIAL_LOG);
RecordCurrentHistograms();
log_manager_.FinishCurrentLog();
log_manager_.ResumePausedLog();
DCHECK(!log_manager_.has_staged_log());
log_manager_.StageNextLogForUpload();
}
void MetricsService::StoreUnsentLogs() {
if (state_ < INITIAL_LOG_READY)
return; // We never Recalled the prior unsent logs.
log_manager_.PersistUnsentLogs();
}
void MetricsService::SendStagedLog() {
DCHECK(log_manager_.has_staged_log());
PrepareFetchWithStagedLog();
if (!current_fetch_xml_.get()) {
DCHECK(!current_fetch_proto_.get());
// Compression failed, and log discarded :-/.
log_manager_.DiscardStagedLog();
scheduler_->UploadCancelled();
// TODO(jar): If compression failed, we should have created a tiny log and
// compressed that, so that we can signal that we're losing logs.
return;
}
// Currently, the staged log for the protobuf version of the data is discarded
// after we create the URL request, so that there is no chance for
// re-transmission in case the corresponding XML request fails. We will
// handle protobuf failures more carefully once that becomes the main
// pipeline, i.e. once we switch away from the XML pipeline.
DCHECK(current_fetch_proto_.get() || !log_manager_.has_staged_log_proto());
DCHECK(!waiting_for_asynchronus_reporting_step_);
waiting_for_asynchronus_reporting_step_ = true;
current_fetch_xml_->Start();
if (current_fetch_proto_.get())
current_fetch_proto_->Start();
HandleIdleSinceLastTransmission(true);
}
void MetricsService::PrepareFetchWithStagedLog() {
DCHECK(!log_manager_.staged_log_text().empty());
// Prepare the XML version.
DCHECK(!current_fetch_xml_.get());
current_fetch_xml_.reset(content::URLFetcher::Create(
GURL(server_url_xml_), content::URLFetcher::POST, this));
current_fetch_xml_->SetRequestContext(
g_browser_process->system_request_context());
current_fetch_xml_->SetUploadData(kMetricsTypeXml,
log_manager_.staged_log_text().xml);
// We already drop cookies server-side, but we might as well strip them out
// client-side as well.
current_fetch_xml_->SetLoadFlags(net::LOAD_DO_NOT_SAVE_COOKIES |
net::LOAD_DO_NOT_SEND_COOKIES);
// Prepare the protobuf version.
DCHECK(!current_fetch_proto_.get());
if (log_manager_.has_staged_log_proto()) {
current_fetch_proto_.reset(content::URLFetcher::Create(
GURL(server_url_proto_), content::URLFetcher::POST, this));
current_fetch_proto_->SetRequestContext(
g_browser_process->system_request_context());
current_fetch_proto_->SetUploadData(kMetricsTypeProto,
log_manager_.staged_log_text().proto);
// We already drop cookies server-side, but we might as well strip them out
// client-side as well.
current_fetch_proto_->SetLoadFlags(net::LOAD_DO_NOT_SAVE_COOKIES |
net::LOAD_DO_NOT_SEND_COOKIES);
// Discard the protobuf version of the staged log, so that we will avoid
// re-uploading it even if we need to re-upload the XML version.
// TODO(isherman): Handle protobuf upload failures more gracefully once we
// transition away from the XML-based pipeline.
log_manager_.DiscardStagedLogProto();
}
}
static const char* StatusToString(const net::URLRequestStatus& status) {
switch (status.status()) {
case net::URLRequestStatus::SUCCESS:
return "SUCCESS";
case net::URLRequestStatus::IO_PENDING:
return "IO_PENDING";
case net::URLRequestStatus::HANDLED_EXTERNALLY:
return "HANDLED_EXTERNALLY";
case net::URLRequestStatus::CANCELED:
return "CANCELED";
case net::URLRequestStatus::FAILED:
return "FAILED";
default:
NOTREACHED();
return "Unknown";
}
}
// We need to wait for two responses: the response to the XML upload, and the
// response to the protobuf upload. For now, only the XML upload's response
// affects decisions like whether to retry the upload, whether to abandon the
// upload because it is too large, etc. However, we still need to wait for the
// protobuf upload, as we cannot reset |current_fetch_proto_| until we have
// confirmation that the network request was sent; and the easiest way to do
// that is to wait for the response. In case the XML upload's response arrives
// first, we cache that response until the protobuf upload's response also
// arrives.
//
// Note that if the XML upload succeeds but the protobuf upload fails, we will
// not retry the protobuf upload. If the XML upload fails while the protobuf
// upload succeeds, we will still avoid re-uploading the protobuf data because
// we "zap" the data after the first upload attempt. This means that we might
// lose protobuf uploads when XML ones succeed; but we will never duplicate any
// protobuf uploads. Protobuf failures should be rare enough to where this
// should be ok while we have the two pipelines running in parallel.
void MetricsService::OnURLFetchComplete(const content::URLFetcher* source) {
DCHECK(waiting_for_asynchronus_reporting_step_);
// We're not allowed to re-use the existing |URLFetcher|s, so free them here.
scoped_ptr<content::URLFetcher> s;
if (source == current_fetch_xml_.get()) {
s.reset(current_fetch_xml_.release());
// Cache the XML responses, in case we still need to wait for the protobuf
// response.
response_code_ = source->GetResponseCode();
response_status_ = StatusToString(source->GetStatus());
source->GetResponseAsString(&response_data_);
} else if (source == current_fetch_proto_.get()) {
s.reset(current_fetch_proto_.release());
} else {
NOTREACHED();
return;
}
// If we're still waiting for one of the responses, keep waiting...
if (current_fetch_xml_.get() || current_fetch_proto_.get())
return;
// We should only be able to reach here once we've received responses to both
// the XML and the protobuf requests. We should always have the response code
// available.
DCHECK_NE(response_code_, kNoResponseCode);
waiting_for_asynchronus_reporting_step_ = false;
// If the upload was provisionally stored, drop it now that the upload is
// known to have gone through.
log_manager_.DiscardLastProvisionalStore();
// Confirm send so that we can move on.
VLOG(1) << "METRICS RESPONSE CODE: " << response_code_
<< " status=" << response_status_;
bool upload_succeeded = response_code_ == 200;
// Provide boolean for error recovery (allow us to ignore response_code).
bool discard_log = false;
if (!upload_succeeded &&
log_manager_.staged_log_text().xml.length() >
kUploadLogAvoidRetransmitSize) {
UMA_HISTOGRAM_COUNTS(
"UMA.Large Rejected Log was Discarded",
static_cast<int>(log_manager_.staged_log_text().xml.length()));
discard_log = true;
} else if (response_code_ == 400) {
// Bad syntax. Retransmission won't work.
UMA_HISTOGRAM_COUNTS("UMA.Unacceptable_Log_Discarded", state_);
discard_log = true;
}
if (!upload_succeeded && !discard_log) {
VLOG(1) << "METRICS: transmission attempt returned a failure code: "
<< response_code_ << ". Verify network connectivity";
LogBadResponseCode();
} else { // Successful receipt (or we are discarding log).
VLOG(1) << "METRICS RESPONSE DATA: " << response_data_;
switch (state_) {
case INITIAL_LOG_READY:
state_ = SENDING_OLD_LOGS;
break;
case SENDING_OLD_LOGS:
// Store the updated list to disk now that the removed log is uploaded.
StoreUnsentLogs();
break;
case SENDING_CURRENT_LOGS:
break;
default:
NOTREACHED();
break;
}
log_manager_.DiscardStagedLog();
if (log_manager_.has_unsent_logs())
DCHECK_LT(state_, SENDING_CURRENT_LOGS);
}
// Error 400 indicates a problem with the log, not with the server, so
// don't consider that a sign that the server is in trouble.
bool server_is_healthy = upload_succeeded || response_code_ == 400;
scheduler_->UploadFinished(server_is_healthy,
log_manager_.has_unsent_logs());
// Collect network stats if UMA upload succeeded.
IOThread* io_thread = g_browser_process->io_thread();
if (server_is_healthy && io_thread) {
chrome_browser_net::CollectNetworkStats(network_stats_server_, io_thread);
chrome_browser_net::CollectPipeliningCapabilityStatsOnUIThread(
http_pipelining_test_server_, io_thread);
}
// Reset the cached response data.
response_code_ = kNoResponseCode;
response_data_ = std::string();
response_status_ = std::string();
}
void MetricsService::LogBadResponseCode() {
VLOG(1) << "Verify your metrics logs are formatted correctly. Verify server "
"is active at " << server_url_xml_;
if (!log_manager_.has_staged_log()) {
VLOG(1) << "METRICS: Recorder shutdown during log transmission.";
} else {
VLOG(1) << "METRICS: transmission retry being scheduled for "
<< log_manager_.staged_log_text().xml;
}
}
void MetricsService::LogWindowChange(
int type,
const content::NotificationSource& source,
const content::NotificationDetails& details) {
int controller_id = -1;
uintptr_t window_or_tab = source.map_key();
MetricsLog::WindowEventType window_type;
// Note: since we stop all logging when a single OTR session is active, it is
// possible that we start getting notifications about a window that we don't
// know about.
if (window_map_.find(window_or_tab) == window_map_.end()) {
controller_id = next_window_id_++;
window_map_[window_or_tab] = controller_id;
} else {
controller_id = window_map_[window_or_tab];
}
DCHECK_NE(controller_id, -1);
switch (type) {
case chrome::NOTIFICATION_TAB_PARENTED:
case chrome::NOTIFICATION_BROWSER_OPENED:
window_type = MetricsLog::WINDOW_CREATE;
break;
case chrome::NOTIFICATION_TAB_CLOSING:
case chrome::NOTIFICATION_BROWSER_CLOSED:
window_map_.erase(window_map_.find(window_or_tab));
window_type = MetricsLog::WINDOW_DESTROY;
break;
default:
NOTREACHED();
return;
}
// TODO(brettw) we should have some kind of ID for the parent.
log_manager_.current_log()->RecordWindowEvent(window_type, controller_id, 0);
}
void MetricsService::LogLoadComplete(
int type,
const content::NotificationSource& source,
const content::NotificationDetails& details) {
if (details == content::NotificationService::NoDetails())
return;
// TODO(jar): There is a bug causing this to be called too many times, and
// the log overflows. For now, we won't record these events.
UMA_HISTOGRAM_COUNTS("UMA.LogLoadComplete called", 1);
return;
const content::Details<LoadNotificationDetails> load_details(details);
int controller_id = window_map_[details.map_key()];
log_manager_.current_log()->RecordLoadEvent(controller_id,
load_details->url,
load_details->origin,
load_details->session_index,
load_details->load_time);
}
void MetricsService::IncrementPrefValue(const char* path) {
PrefService* pref = g_browser_process->local_state();
DCHECK(pref);
int value = pref->GetInteger(path);
pref->SetInteger(path, value + 1);
}
void MetricsService::IncrementLongPrefsValue(const char* path) {
PrefService* pref = g_browser_process->local_state();
DCHECK(pref);
int64 value = pref->GetInt64(path);
pref->SetInt64(path, value + 1);
}
void MetricsService::LogLoadStarted() {
HISTOGRAM_ENUMERATION("Chrome.UmaPageloadCounter", 1, 2);
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityPageLoadCount);
IncrementLongPrefsValue(prefs::kUninstallMetricsPageLoadCount);
// We need to save the prefs, as page load count is a critical stat, and it
// might be lost due to a crash :-(.
}
void MetricsService::LogRendererCrash(content::RenderProcessHost* host,
base::TerminationStatus status,
bool was_alive) {
Profile* profile = Profile::FromBrowserContext(host->GetBrowserContext());
ExtensionService* service = profile->GetExtensionService();
bool was_extension_process =
service && service->process_map()->Contains(host->GetID());
if (status == base::TERMINATION_STATUS_PROCESS_CRASHED ||
status == base::TERMINATION_STATUS_ABNORMAL_TERMINATION) {
if (was_extension_process)
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityExtensionRendererCrashCount);
else
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityRendererCrashCount);
UMA_HISTOGRAM_PERCENTAGE("BrowserRenderProcessHost.ChildCrashes",
was_extension_process ? 2 : 1);
if (was_alive) {
UMA_HISTOGRAM_PERCENTAGE("BrowserRenderProcessHost.ChildCrashesWasAlive",
was_extension_process ? 2 : 1);
}
} else if (status == base::TERMINATION_STATUS_PROCESS_WAS_KILLED) {
UMA_HISTOGRAM_PERCENTAGE("BrowserRenderProcessHost.ChildKills",
was_extension_process ? 2 : 1);
if (was_alive) {
UMA_HISTOGRAM_PERCENTAGE("BrowserRenderProcessHost.ChildKillsWasAlive",
was_extension_process ? 2 : 1);
}
}
}
void MetricsService::LogRendererHang() {
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityRendererHangCount);
}
void MetricsService::LogNeedForCleanShutdown() {
PrefService* pref = g_browser_process->local_state();
pref->SetBoolean(prefs::kStabilityExitedCleanly, false);
// Redundant setting to be sure we call for a clean shutdown.
clean_shutdown_status_ = NEED_TO_SHUTDOWN;
}
bool MetricsService::UmaMetricsProperlyShutdown() {
CHECK(clean_shutdown_status_ == CLEANLY_SHUTDOWN ||
clean_shutdown_status_ == NEED_TO_SHUTDOWN);
return clean_shutdown_status_ == CLEANLY_SHUTDOWN;
}
// For use in hack in LogCleanShutdown.
static void Signal(base::WaitableEvent* event) {
event->Signal();
}
void MetricsService::LogCleanShutdown() {
// Redundant hack to write pref ASAP.
PrefService* pref = g_browser_process->local_state();
pref->SetBoolean(prefs::kStabilityExitedCleanly, true);
pref->CommitPendingWrite();
// Hack: TBD: Remove this wait.
// We are so concerned that the pref gets written, we are now willing to stall
// the UI thread until we get assurance that a pref-writing task has
// completed.
base::WaitableEvent done_writing(false, false);
BrowserThread::PostTask(BrowserThread::FILE, FROM_HERE,
base::Bind(Signal, &done_writing));
// http://crbug.com/124954
base::ThreadRestrictions::ScopedAllowWait allow_wait;
done_writing.TimedWait(base::TimeDelta::FromHours(1));
// Redundant setting to assure that we always reset this value at shutdown
// (and that we don't use some alternate path, and not call LogCleanShutdown).
clean_shutdown_status_ = CLEANLY_SHUTDOWN;
RecordBooleanPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityExitedCleanly, true);
}
#if defined(OS_CHROMEOS)
void MetricsService::LogChromeOSCrash(const std::string &crash_type) {
if (crash_type == "user")
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityOtherUserCrashCount);
else if (crash_type == "kernel")
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityKernelCrashCount);
else if (crash_type == "uncleanshutdown")
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilitySystemUncleanShutdownCount);
else
NOTREACHED() << "Unexpected Chrome OS crash type " << crash_type;
// Wake up metrics logs sending if necessary now that new
// log data is available.
HandleIdleSinceLastTransmission(false);
}
#endif // OS_CHROMEOS
void MetricsService::LogChildProcessChange(
int type,
const content::NotificationSource& source,
const content::NotificationDetails& details) {
content::Details<ChildProcessData> child_details(details);
const string16& child_name = child_details->name;
if (child_process_stats_buffer_.find(child_name) ==
child_process_stats_buffer_.end()) {
child_process_stats_buffer_[child_name] =
ChildProcessStats(child_details->type);
}
ChildProcessStats& stats = child_process_stats_buffer_[child_name];
switch (type) {
case content::NOTIFICATION_CHILD_PROCESS_HOST_CONNECTED:
stats.process_launches++;
break;
case content::NOTIFICATION_CHILD_INSTANCE_CREATED:
stats.instances++;
break;
case content::NOTIFICATION_CHILD_PROCESS_CRASHED:
stats.process_crashes++;
// Exclude plugin crashes from the count below because we report them via
// a separate UMA metric.
if (!IsPluginProcess(child_details->type)) {
IncrementPrefValue(prefs::kStabilityChildProcessCrashCount);
}
break;
default:
NOTREACHED() << "Unexpected notification type " << type;
return;
}
}
// Recursively counts the number of bookmarks and folders in node.
static void CountBookmarks(const BookmarkNode* node,
int* bookmarks,
int* folders) {
if (node->is_url())
(*bookmarks)++;
else
(*folders)++;
for (int i = 0; i < node->child_count(); ++i)
CountBookmarks(node->GetChild(i), bookmarks, folders);
}
void MetricsService::LogBookmarks(const BookmarkNode* node,
const char* num_bookmarks_key,
const char* num_folders_key) {
DCHECK(node);
int num_bookmarks = 0;
int num_folders = 0;
CountBookmarks(node, &num_bookmarks, &num_folders);
num_folders--; // Don't include the root folder in the count.
PrefService* pref = g_browser_process->local_state();
DCHECK(pref);
pref->SetInteger(num_bookmarks_key, num_bookmarks);
pref->SetInteger(num_folders_key, num_folders);
}
void MetricsService::LogBookmarks(BookmarkModel* model) {
DCHECK(model);
LogBookmarks(model->bookmark_bar_node(),
prefs::kNumBookmarksOnBookmarkBar,
prefs::kNumFoldersOnBookmarkBar);
LogBookmarks(model->other_node(),
prefs::kNumBookmarksInOtherBookmarkFolder,
prefs::kNumFoldersInOtherBookmarkFolder);
ScheduleNextStateSave();
}
void MetricsService::LogKeywordCount(size_t keyword_count) {
PrefService* pref = g_browser_process->local_state();
DCHECK(pref);
pref->SetInteger(prefs::kNumKeywords, static_cast<int>(keyword_count));
ScheduleNextStateSave();
}
void MetricsService::RecordPluginChanges(PrefService* pref) {
ListPrefUpdate update(pref, prefs::kStabilityPluginStats);
ListValue* plugins = update.Get();
DCHECK(plugins);
for (ListValue::iterator value_iter = plugins->begin();
value_iter != plugins->end(); ++value_iter) {
if (!(*value_iter)->IsType(Value::TYPE_DICTIONARY)) {
NOTREACHED();
continue;
}
DictionaryValue* plugin_dict = static_cast<DictionaryValue*>(*value_iter);
std::string plugin_name;
plugin_dict->GetString(prefs::kStabilityPluginName, &plugin_name);
if (plugin_name.empty()) {
NOTREACHED();
continue;
}
// TODO(viettrungluu): remove conversions
string16 name16 = UTF8ToUTF16(plugin_name);
if (child_process_stats_buffer_.find(name16) ==
child_process_stats_buffer_.end()) {
continue;
}
ChildProcessStats stats = child_process_stats_buffer_[name16];
if (stats.process_launches) {
int launches = 0;
plugin_dict->GetInteger(prefs::kStabilityPluginLaunches, &launches);
launches += stats.process_launches;
plugin_dict->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityPluginLaunches, launches);
}
if (stats.process_crashes) {
int crashes = 0;
plugin_dict->GetInteger(prefs::kStabilityPluginCrashes, &crashes);
crashes += stats.process_crashes;
plugin_dict->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityPluginCrashes, crashes);
}
if (stats.instances) {
int instances = 0;
plugin_dict->GetInteger(prefs::kStabilityPluginInstances, &instances);
instances += stats.instances;
plugin_dict->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityPluginInstances, instances);
}
child_process_stats_buffer_.erase(name16);
}
// Now go through and add dictionaries for plugins that didn't already have
// reports in Local State.
for (std::map<string16, ChildProcessStats>::iterator cache_iter =
child_process_stats_buffer_.begin();
cache_iter != child_process_stats_buffer_.end(); ++cache_iter) {
ChildProcessStats stats = cache_iter->second;
// Insert only plugins information into the plugins list.
if (!IsPluginProcess(stats.process_type))
continue;
// TODO(viettrungluu): remove conversion
std::string plugin_name = UTF16ToUTF8(cache_iter->first);
DictionaryValue* plugin_dict = new DictionaryValue;
plugin_dict->SetString(prefs::kStabilityPluginName, plugin_name);
plugin_dict->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityPluginLaunches,
stats.process_launches);
plugin_dict->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityPluginCrashes,
stats.process_crashes);
plugin_dict->SetInteger(prefs::kStabilityPluginInstances,
stats.instances);
plugins->Append(plugin_dict);
}
child_process_stats_buffer_.clear();
}
bool MetricsService::CanLogNotification(
int type,
const content::NotificationSource& source,
const content::NotificationDetails& details) {
// We simply don't log anything to UMA if there is a single incognito
// session visible. The problem is that we always notify using the orginal
// profile in order to simplify notification processing.
return !BrowserList::IsOffTheRecordSessionActive();
}
void MetricsService::RecordBooleanPrefValue(const char* path, bool value) {
DCHECK(IsSingleThreaded());
PrefService* pref = g_browser_process->local_state();
DCHECK(pref);
pref->SetBoolean(path, value);
RecordCurrentState(pref);
}
void MetricsService::RecordCurrentState(PrefService* pref) {
pref->SetInt64(prefs::kStabilityLastTimestampSec, Time::Now().ToTimeT());
RecordPluginChanges(pref);
}
// static
bool MetricsService::IsPluginProcess(content::ProcessType type) {
return (type == content::PROCESS_TYPE_PLUGIN||
type == content::PROCESS_TYPE_PPAPI_PLUGIN);
}
#if defined(OS_CHROMEOS)
void MetricsService::StartExternalMetrics() {
external_metrics_ = new chromeos::ExternalMetrics;
external_metrics_->Start();
}
#endif
// static
bool MetricsServiceHelper::IsMetricsReportingEnabled() {
bool result = false;
const PrefService* local_state = g_browser_process->local_state();
if (local_state) {
const PrefService::Preference* uma_pref =
local_state->FindPreference(prefs::kMetricsReportingEnabled);
if (uma_pref) {
bool success = uma_pref->GetValue()->GetAsBoolean(&result);
DCHECK(success);
}
}
return result;
}
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