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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""The implementation of the SocketOptionsAdapter."""
import socket
import warnings
import sys
import requests
from requests import adapters
from .._compat import connection
from .._compat import poolmanager
from .. import exceptions as exc
class SocketOptionsAdapter(adapters.HTTPAdapter):
"""An adapter for requests that allows users to specify socket options.
Since version 2.4.0 of requests, it is possible to specify a custom list
of socket options that need to be set before establishing the connection.
Example usage::
>>> import socket
>>> import requests
>>> from requests_toolbelt.adapters import socket_options
>>> s = requests.Session()
>>> opts = [(socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.TCP_NODELAY, 0)]
>>> adapter = socket_options.SocketOptionsAdapter(socket_options=opts)
>>> s.mount('http://', adapter)
You can also take advantage of the list of default options on this class
to keep using the original options in addition to your custom options. In
that case, ``opts`` might look like::
>>> opts = socket_options.SocketOptionsAdapter.default_options + opts
"""
if connection is not None:
default_options = getattr(
connection.HTTPConnection,
'default_socket_options',
[(socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.TCP_NODELAY, 1)]
)
else:
default_options = []
warnings.warn(exc.RequestsVersionTooOld,
"This version of Requests is only compatible with a "
"version of urllib3 which is too old to support "
"setting options on a socket. This adapter is "
"functionally useless.")
def __init__(self, **kwargs):
self.socket_options = kwargs.pop('socket_options',
self.default_options)
super(SocketOptionsAdapter, self).__init__(**kwargs)
def init_poolmanager(self, connections, maxsize, block=False):
if requests.__build__ >= 0x020400:
# NOTE(Ian): Perhaps we should raise a warning
self.poolmanager = poolmanager.PoolManager(
num_pools=connections,
maxsize=maxsize,
block=block,
socket_options=self.socket_options
)
else:
super(SocketOptionsAdapter, self).init_poolmanager(
connections, maxsize, block
)
class TCPKeepAliveAdapter(SocketOptionsAdapter):
"""An adapter for requests that turns on TCP Keep-Alive by default.
The adapter sets 4 socket options:
- ``SOL_SOCKET`` ``SO_KEEPALIVE`` - This turns on TCP Keep-Alive
- ``IPPROTO_TCP`` ``TCP_KEEPINTVL`` 20 - Sets the keep alive interval
- ``IPPROTO_TCP`` ``TCP_KEEPCNT`` 5 - Sets the number of keep alive probes
- ``IPPROTO_TCP`` ``TCP_KEEPIDLE`` 60 - Sets the keep alive time if the
socket library has the ``TCP_KEEPIDLE`` constant
The latter three can be overridden by keyword arguments (respectively):
- ``idle``
- ``interval``
- ``count``
You can use this adapter like so::
>>> from requests_toolbelt.adapters import socket_options
>>> tcp = socket_options.TCPKeepAliveAdapter(idle=120, interval=10)
>>> s = requests.Session()
>>> s.mount('http://', tcp)
"""
def __init__(self, **kwargs):
socket_options = kwargs.pop('socket_options',
SocketOptionsAdapter.default_options)
idle = kwargs.pop('idle', 60)
interval = kwargs.pop('interval', 20)
count = kwargs.pop('count', 5)
socket_options = socket_options + [
(socket.SOL_SOCKET, socket.SO_KEEPALIVE, 1)
]
# NOTE(Ian): OSX does not have these constants defined, so we
# set them conditionally.
if getattr(socket, 'TCP_KEEPINTVL', None) is not None:
socket_options += [(socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.TCP_KEEPINTVL,
interval)]
elif sys.platform == 'darwin':
# On OSX, TCP_KEEPALIVE from netinet/tcp.h is not exported
# by python's socket module
TCP_KEEPALIVE = getattr(socket, 'TCP_KEEPALIVE', 0x10)
socket_options += [(socket.IPPROTO_TCP, TCP_KEEPALIVE, interval)]
if getattr(socket, 'TCP_KEEPCNT', None) is not None:
socket_options += [(socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.TCP_KEEPCNT, count)]
if getattr(socket, 'TCP_KEEPIDLE', None) is not None:
socket_options += [(socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.TCP_KEEPIDLE, idle)]
super(TCPKeepAliveAdapter, self).__init__(
socket_options=socket_options, **kwargs
)