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// Copyright (c) 2013-2017 The btcsuite developers
// Copyright (c) 2015-2017 The Decred developers
// Use of this source code is governed by an ISC
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
package main
import (
"bytes"
"crypto/sha256"
"crypto/subtle"
"encoding/base64"
"encoding/hex"
"encoding/json"
"errors"
"fmt"
"io"
"io/ioutil"
"math/big"
"math/rand"
"net"
"net/http"
"os"
"strconv"
"strings"
"sync"
"sync/atomic"
"time"
"github.com/btcsuite/btcd/blockchain"
"github.com/btcsuite/btcd/blockchain/indexers"
"github.com/btcsuite/btcd/btcec"
"github.com/btcsuite/btcd/btcjson"
"github.com/btcsuite/btcd/chaincfg"
"github.com/btcsuite/btcd/chaincfg/chainhash"
"github.com/btcsuite/btcd/database"
"github.com/btcsuite/btcd/mempool"
"github.com/btcsuite/btcd/mining"
"github.com/btcsuite/btcd/mining/cpuminer"
"github.com/btcsuite/btcd/peer"
"github.com/btcsuite/btcd/txscript"
"github.com/btcsuite/btcd/wire"
"github.com/btcsuite/btcutil"
"github.com/btcsuite/websocket"
)
// API version constants
const (
jsonrpcSemverString = "1.3.0"
jsonrpcSemverMajor = 1
jsonrpcSemverMinor = 3
jsonrpcSemverPatch = 0
)
const (
// rpcAuthTimeoutSeconds is the number of seconds a connection to the
// RPC server is allowed to stay open without authenticating before it
// is closed.
rpcAuthTimeoutSeconds = 10
// uint256Size is the number of bytes needed to represent an unsigned
// 256-bit integer.
uint256Size = 32
// gbtNonceRange is two 32-bit big-endian hexadecimal integers which
// represent the valid ranges of nonces returned by the getblocktemplate
// RPC.
gbtNonceRange = "00000000ffffffff"
// gbtRegenerateSeconds is the number of seconds that must pass before
// a new template is generated when the previous block hash has not
// changed and there have been changes to the available transactions
// in the memory pool.
gbtRegenerateSeconds = 60
// maxProtocolVersion is the max protocol version the server supports.
maxProtocolVersion = 70002
)
var (
// gbtMutableFields are the manipulations the server allows to be made
// to block templates generated by the getblocktemplate RPC. It is
// declared here to avoid the overhead of creating the slice on every
// invocation for constant data.
gbtMutableFields = []string{
"time", "transactions/add", "prevblock", "coinbase/append",
}
// gbtCoinbaseAux describes additional data that miners should include
// in the coinbase signature script. It is declared here to avoid the
// overhead of creating a new object on every invocation for constant
// data.
gbtCoinbaseAux = &btcjson.GetBlockTemplateResultAux{
Flags: hex.EncodeToString(builderScript(txscript.
NewScriptBuilder().
AddData([]byte(mining.CoinbaseFlags)))),
}
// gbtCapabilities describes additional capabilities returned with a
// block template generated by the getblocktemplate RPC. It is
// declared here to avoid the overhead of creating the slice on every
// invocation for constant data.
gbtCapabilities = []string{"proposal"}
)
// Errors
var (
// ErrRPCUnimplemented is an error returned to RPC clients when the
// provided command is recognized, but not implemented.
ErrRPCUnimplemented = &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCUnimplemented,
Message: "Command unimplemented",
}
// ErrRPCNoWallet is an error returned to RPC clients when the provided
// command is recognized as a wallet command.
ErrRPCNoWallet = &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCNoWallet,
Message: "This implementation does not implement wallet commands",
}
)
type commandHandler func(*rpcServer, interface{}, <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error)
// rpcHandlers maps RPC command strings to appropriate handler functions.
// This is set by init because help references rpcHandlers and thus causes
// a dependency loop.
var rpcHandlers map[string]commandHandler
var rpcHandlersBeforeInit = map[string]commandHandler{
"addnode": handleAddNode,
"createrawtransaction": handleCreateRawTransaction,
"debuglevel": handleDebugLevel,
"decoderawtransaction": handleDecodeRawTransaction,
"decodescript": handleDecodeScript,
"estimatefee": handleEstimateFee,
"generate": handleGenerate,
"getaddednodeinfo": handleGetAddedNodeInfo,
"getbestblock": handleGetBestBlock,
"getbestblockhash": handleGetBestBlockHash,
"getblock": handleGetBlock,
"getblockchaininfo": handleGetBlockChainInfo,
"getblockcount": handleGetBlockCount,
"getblockhash": handleGetBlockHash,
"getblockheader": handleGetBlockHeader,
"getblocktemplate": handleGetBlockTemplate,
"getcfilter": handleGetCFilter,
"getcfilterheader": handleGetCFilterHeader,
"getconnectioncount": handleGetConnectionCount,
"getcurrentnet": handleGetCurrentNet,
"getdifficulty": handleGetDifficulty,
"getgenerate": handleGetGenerate,
"gethashespersec": handleGetHashesPerSec,
"getheaders": handleGetHeaders,
"getinfo": handleGetInfo,
"getmempoolinfo": handleGetMempoolInfo,
"getmininginfo": handleGetMiningInfo,
"getnettotals": handleGetNetTotals,
"getnetworkhashps": handleGetNetworkHashPS,
"getpeerinfo": handleGetPeerInfo,
"getrawmempool": handleGetRawMempool,
"getrawtransaction": handleGetRawTransaction,
"gettxout": handleGetTxOut,
"help": handleHelp,
"node": handleNode,
"ping": handlePing,
"searchrawtransactions": handleSearchRawTransactions,
"sendrawtransaction": handleSendRawTransaction,
"setgenerate": handleSetGenerate,
"stop": handleStop,
"submitblock": handleSubmitBlock,
"uptime": handleUptime,
"validateaddress": handleValidateAddress,
"verifychain": handleVerifyChain,
"verifymessage": handleVerifyMessage,
"version": handleVersion,
}
// list of commands that we recognize, but for which btcd has no support because
// it lacks support for wallet functionality. For these commands the user
// should ask a connected instance of btcwallet.
var rpcAskWallet = map[string]struct{}{
"addmultisigaddress": {},
"backupwallet": {},
"createencryptedwallet": {},
"createmultisig": {},
"dumpprivkey": {},
"dumpwallet": {},
"encryptwallet": {},
"getaccount": {},
"getaccountaddress": {},
"getaddressesbyaccount": {},
"getbalance": {},
"getnewaddress": {},
"getrawchangeaddress": {},
"getreceivedbyaccount": {},
"getreceivedbyaddress": {},
"gettransaction": {},
"gettxoutsetinfo": {},
"getunconfirmedbalance": {},
"getwalletinfo": {},
"importprivkey": {},
"importwallet": {},
"keypoolrefill": {},
"listaccounts": {},
"listaddressgroupings": {},
"listlockunspent": {},
"listreceivedbyaccount": {},
"listreceivedbyaddress": {},
"listsinceblock": {},
"listtransactions": {},
"listunspent": {},
"lockunspent": {},
"move": {},
"sendfrom": {},
"sendmany": {},
"sendtoaddress": {},
"setaccount": {},
"settxfee": {},
"signmessage": {},
"signrawtransaction": {},
"walletlock": {},
"walletpassphrase": {},
"walletpassphrasechange": {},
}
// Commands that are currently unimplemented, but should ultimately be.
var rpcUnimplemented = map[string]struct{}{
"estimatepriority": {},
"getchaintips": {},
"getmempoolentry": {},
"getnetworkinfo": {},
"getwork": {},
"invalidateblock": {},
"preciousblock": {},
"reconsiderblock": {},
}
// Commands that are available to a limited user
var rpcLimited = map[string]struct{}{
// Websockets commands
"loadtxfilter": {},
"notifyblocks": {},
"notifynewtransactions": {},
"notifyreceived": {},
"notifyspent": {},
"rescan": {},
"rescanblocks": {},
"session": {},
// Websockets AND HTTP/S commands
"help": {},
// HTTP/S-only commands
"createrawtransaction": {},
"decoderawtransaction": {},
"decodescript": {},
"estimatefee": {},
"getbestblock": {},
"getbestblockhash": {},
"getblock": {},
"getblockcount": {},
"getblockhash": {},
"getblockheader": {},
"getcfilter": {},
"getcfilterheader": {},
"getcurrentnet": {},
"getdifficulty": {},
"getheaders": {},
"getinfo": {},
"getnettotals": {},
"getnetworkhashps": {},
"getrawmempool": {},
"getrawtransaction": {},
"gettxout": {},
"searchrawtransactions": {},
"sendrawtransaction": {},
"submitblock": {},
"uptime": {},
"validateaddress": {},
"verifymessage": {},
"version": {},
}
// builderScript is a convenience function which is used for hard-coded scripts
// built with the script builder. Any errors are converted to a panic since it
// is only, and must only, be used with hard-coded, and therefore, known good,
// scripts.
func builderScript(builder *txscript.ScriptBuilder) []byte {
script, err := builder.Script()
if err != nil {
panic(err)
}
return script
}
// internalRPCError is a convenience function to convert an internal error to
// an RPC error with the appropriate code set. It also logs the error to the
// RPC server subsystem since internal errors really should not occur. The
// context parameter is only used in the log message and may be empty if it's
// not needed.
func internalRPCError(errStr, context string) *btcjson.RPCError {
logStr := errStr
if context != "" {
logStr = context + ": " + errStr
}
rpcsLog.Error(logStr)
return btcjson.NewRPCError(btcjson.ErrRPCInternal.Code, errStr)
}
// rpcDecodeHexError is a convenience function for returning a nicely formatted
// RPC error which indicates the provided hex string failed to decode.
func rpcDecodeHexError(gotHex string) *btcjson.RPCError {
return btcjson.NewRPCError(btcjson.ErrRPCDecodeHexString,
fmt.Sprintf("Argument must be hexadecimal string (not %q)",
gotHex))
}
// rpcNoTxInfoError is a convenience function for returning a nicely formatted
// RPC error which indicates there is no information available for the provided
// transaction hash.
func rpcNoTxInfoError(txHash *chainhash.Hash) *btcjson.RPCError {
return btcjson.NewRPCError(btcjson.ErrRPCNoTxInfo,
fmt.Sprintf("No information available about transaction %v",
txHash))
}
// gbtWorkState houses state that is used in between multiple RPC invocations to
// getblocktemplate.
type gbtWorkState struct {
sync.Mutex
lastTxUpdate time.Time
lastGenerated time.Time
prevHash *chainhash.Hash
minTimestamp time.Time
template *mining.BlockTemplate
notifyMap map[chainhash.Hash]map[int64]chan struct{}
timeSource blockchain.MedianTimeSource
}
// newGbtWorkState returns a new instance of a gbtWorkState with all internal
// fields initialized and ready to use.
func newGbtWorkState(timeSource blockchain.MedianTimeSource) *gbtWorkState {
return &gbtWorkState{
notifyMap: make(map[chainhash.Hash]map[int64]chan struct{}),
timeSource: timeSource,
}
}
// handleUnimplemented is the handler for commands that should ultimately be
// supported but are not yet implemented.
func handleUnimplemented(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
return nil, ErrRPCUnimplemented
}
// handleAskWallet is the handler for commands that are recognized as valid, but
// are unable to answer correctly since it involves wallet state.
// These commands will be implemented in btcwallet.
func handleAskWallet(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
return nil, ErrRPCNoWallet
}
// handleAddNode handles addnode commands.
func handleAddNode(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.AddNodeCmd)
addr := normalizeAddress(c.Addr, s.cfg.ChainParams.DefaultPort)
var err error
switch c.SubCmd {
case "add":
err = s.cfg.ConnMgr.Connect(addr, true)
case "remove":
err = s.cfg.ConnMgr.RemoveByAddr(addr)
case "onetry":
err = s.cfg.ConnMgr.Connect(addr, false)
default:
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidParameter,
Message: "invalid subcommand for addnode",
}
}
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidParameter,
Message: err.Error(),
}
}
// no data returned unless an error.
return nil, nil
}
// handleNode handles node commands.
func handleNode(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.NodeCmd)
var addr string
var nodeID uint64
var errN, err error
params := s.cfg.ChainParams
switch c.SubCmd {
case "disconnect":
// If we have a valid uint disconnect by node id. Otherwise,
// attempt to disconnect by address, returning an error if a
// valid IP address is not supplied.
if nodeID, errN = strconv.ParseUint(c.Target, 10, 32); errN == nil {
err = s.cfg.ConnMgr.DisconnectByID(int32(nodeID))
} else {
if _, _, errP := net.SplitHostPort(c.Target); errP == nil || net.ParseIP(c.Target) != nil {
addr = normalizeAddress(c.Target, params.DefaultPort)
err = s.cfg.ConnMgr.DisconnectByAddr(addr)
} else {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidParameter,
Message: "invalid address or node ID",
}
}
}
if err != nil && peerExists(s.cfg.ConnMgr, addr, int32(nodeID)) {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCMisc,
Message: "can't disconnect a permanent peer, use remove",
}
}
case "remove":
// If we have a valid uint disconnect by node id. Otherwise,
// attempt to disconnect by address, returning an error if a
// valid IP address is not supplied.
if nodeID, errN = strconv.ParseUint(c.Target, 10, 32); errN == nil {
err = s.cfg.ConnMgr.RemoveByID(int32(nodeID))
} else {
if _, _, errP := net.SplitHostPort(c.Target); errP == nil || net.ParseIP(c.Target) != nil {
addr = normalizeAddress(c.Target, params.DefaultPort)
err = s.cfg.ConnMgr.RemoveByAddr(addr)
} else {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidParameter,
Message: "invalid address or node ID",
}
}
}
if err != nil && peerExists(s.cfg.ConnMgr, addr, int32(nodeID)) {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCMisc,
Message: "can't remove a temporary peer, use disconnect",
}
}
case "connect":
addr = normalizeAddress(c.Target, params.DefaultPort)
// Default to temporary connections.
subCmd := "temp"
if c.ConnectSubCmd != nil {
subCmd = *c.ConnectSubCmd
}
switch subCmd {
case "perm", "temp":
err = s.cfg.ConnMgr.Connect(addr, subCmd == "perm")
default:
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidParameter,
Message: "invalid subcommand for node connect",
}
}
default:
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidParameter,
Message: "invalid subcommand for node",
}
}
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidParameter,
Message: err.Error(),
}
}
// no data returned unless an error.
return nil, nil
}
// peerExists determines if a certain peer is currently connected given
// information about all currently connected peers. Peer existence is
// determined using either a target address or node id.
func peerExists(connMgr rpcserverConnManager, addr string, nodeID int32) bool {
for _, p := range connMgr.ConnectedPeers() {
if p.ToPeer().ID() == nodeID || p.ToPeer().Addr() == addr {
return true
}
}
return false
}
// messageToHex serializes a message to the wire protocol encoding using the
// latest protocol version and returns a hex-encoded string of the result.
func messageToHex(msg wire.Message) (string, error) {
var buf bytes.Buffer
if err := msg.BtcEncode(&buf, maxProtocolVersion, wire.WitnessEncoding); err != nil {
context := fmt.Sprintf("Failed to encode msg of type %T", msg)
return "", internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
return hex.EncodeToString(buf.Bytes()), nil
}
// handleCreateRawTransaction handles createrawtransaction commands.
func handleCreateRawTransaction(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.CreateRawTransactionCmd)
// Validate the locktime, if given.
if c.LockTime != nil &&
(*c.LockTime < 0 || *c.LockTime > int64(wire.MaxTxInSequenceNum)) {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidParameter,
Message: "Locktime out of range",
}
}
// Add all transaction inputs to a new transaction after performing
// some validity checks.
mtx := wire.NewMsgTx(wire.TxVersion)
for _, input := range c.Inputs {
txHash, err := chainhash.NewHashFromStr(input.Txid)
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcDecodeHexError(input.Txid)
}
prevOut := wire.NewOutPoint(txHash, input.Vout)
txIn := wire.NewTxIn(prevOut, []byte{}, nil)
if c.LockTime != nil && *c.LockTime != 0 {
txIn.Sequence = wire.MaxTxInSequenceNum - 1
}
mtx.AddTxIn(txIn)
}
// Add all transaction outputs to the transaction after performing
// some validity checks.
params := s.cfg.ChainParams
for encodedAddr, amount := range c.Amounts {
// Ensure amount is in the valid range for monetary amounts.
if amount <= 0 || amount > btcutil.MaxSatoshi {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCType,
Message: "Invalid amount",
}
}
// Decode the provided address.
addr, err := btcutil.DecodeAddress(encodedAddr, params)
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidAddressOrKey,
Message: "Invalid address or key: " + err.Error(),
}
}
// Ensure the address is one of the supported types and that
// the network encoded with the address matches the network the
// server is currently on.
switch addr.(type) {
case *btcutil.AddressPubKeyHash:
case *btcutil.AddressScriptHash:
default:
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidAddressOrKey,
Message: "Invalid address or key",
}
}
if !addr.IsForNet(params) {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidAddressOrKey,
Message: "Invalid address: " + encodedAddr +
" is for the wrong network",
}
}
// Create a new script which pays to the provided address.
pkScript, err := txscript.PayToAddrScript(addr)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to generate pay-to-address script"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
// Convert the amount to satoshi.
satoshi, err := btcutil.NewAmount(amount)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to convert amount"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
txOut := wire.NewTxOut(int64(satoshi), pkScript)
mtx.AddTxOut(txOut)
}
// Set the Locktime, if given.
if c.LockTime != nil {
mtx.LockTime = uint32(*c.LockTime)
}
// Return the serialized and hex-encoded transaction. Note that this
// is intentionally not directly returning because the first return
// value is a string and it would result in returning an empty string to
// the client instead of nothing (nil) in the case of an error.
mtxHex, err := messageToHex(mtx)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
return mtxHex, nil
}
// handleDebugLevel handles debuglevel commands.
func handleDebugLevel(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.DebugLevelCmd)
// Special show command to list supported subsystems.
if c.LevelSpec == "show" {
return fmt.Sprintf("Supported subsystems %v",
supportedSubsystems()), nil
}
err := parseAndSetDebugLevels(c.LevelSpec)
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidParams.Code,
Message: err.Error(),
}
}
return "Done.", nil
}
// witnessToHex formats the passed witness stack as a slice of hex-encoded
// strings to be used in a JSON response.
func witnessToHex(witness wire.TxWitness) []string {
// Ensure nil is returned when there are no entries versus an empty
// slice so it can properly be omitted as necessary.
if len(witness) == 0 {
return nil
}
result := make([]string, 0, len(witness))
for _, wit := range witness {
result = append(result, hex.EncodeToString(wit))
}
return result
}
// createVinList returns a slice of JSON objects for the inputs of the passed
// transaction.
func createVinList(mtx *wire.MsgTx) []btcjson.Vin {
// Coinbase transactions only have a single txin by definition.
vinList := make([]btcjson.Vin, len(mtx.TxIn))
if blockchain.IsCoinBaseTx(mtx) {
txIn := mtx.TxIn[0]
vinList[0].Coinbase = hex.EncodeToString(txIn.SignatureScript)
vinList[0].Sequence = txIn.Sequence
vinList[0].Witness = witnessToHex(txIn.Witness)
return vinList
}
for i, txIn := range mtx.TxIn {
// The disassembled string will contain [error] inline
// if the script doesn't fully parse, so ignore the
// error here.
disbuf, _ := txscript.DisasmString(txIn.SignatureScript)
vinEntry := &vinList[i]
vinEntry.Txid = txIn.PreviousOutPoint.Hash.String()
vinEntry.Vout = txIn.PreviousOutPoint.Index
vinEntry.Sequence = txIn.Sequence
vinEntry.ScriptSig = &btcjson.ScriptSig{
Asm: disbuf,
Hex: hex.EncodeToString(txIn.SignatureScript),
}
if mtx.HasWitness() {
vinEntry.Witness = witnessToHex(txIn.Witness)
}
}
return vinList
}
// createVoutList returns a slice of JSON objects for the outputs of the passed
// transaction.
func createVoutList(mtx *wire.MsgTx, chainParams *chaincfg.Params, filterAddrMap map[string]struct{}) []btcjson.Vout {
voutList := make([]btcjson.Vout, 0, len(mtx.TxOut))
for i, v := range mtx.TxOut {
// The disassembled string will contain [error] inline if the
// script doesn't fully parse, so ignore the error here.
disbuf, _ := txscript.DisasmString(v.PkScript)
// Ignore the error here since an error means the script
// couldn't parse and there is no additional information about
// it anyways.
scriptClass, addrs, reqSigs, _ := txscript.ExtractPkScriptAddrs(
v.PkScript, chainParams)
// Encode the addresses while checking if the address passes the
// filter when needed.
passesFilter := len(filterAddrMap) == 0
encodedAddrs := make([]string, len(addrs))
for j, addr := range addrs {
encodedAddr := addr.EncodeAddress()
encodedAddrs[j] = encodedAddr
// No need to check the map again if the filter already
// passes.
if passesFilter {
continue
}
if _, exists := filterAddrMap[encodedAddr]; exists {
passesFilter = true
}
}
if !passesFilter {
continue
}
var vout btcjson.Vout
vout.N = uint32(i)
vout.Value = btcutil.Amount(v.Value).ToBTC()
vout.ScriptPubKey.Addresses = encodedAddrs
vout.ScriptPubKey.Asm = disbuf
vout.ScriptPubKey.Hex = hex.EncodeToString(v.PkScript)
vout.ScriptPubKey.Type = scriptClass.String()
vout.ScriptPubKey.ReqSigs = int32(reqSigs)
voutList = append(voutList, vout)
}
return voutList
}
// createTxRawResult converts the passed transaction and associated parameters
// to a raw transaction JSON object.
func createTxRawResult(chainParams *chaincfg.Params, mtx *wire.MsgTx,
txHash string, blkHeader *wire.BlockHeader, blkHash string,
blkHeight int32, chainHeight int32) (*btcjson.TxRawResult, error) {
mtxHex, err := messageToHex(mtx)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
txReply := &btcjson.TxRawResult{
Hex: mtxHex,
Txid: txHash,
Hash: mtx.WitnessHash().String(),
Size: int32(mtx.SerializeSize()),
Vsize: int32(mempool.GetTxVirtualSize(btcutil.NewTx(mtx))),
Weight: int32(blockchain.GetTransactionWeight(btcutil.NewTx(mtx))),
Vin: createVinList(mtx),
Vout: createVoutList(mtx, chainParams, nil),
Version: mtx.Version,
LockTime: mtx.LockTime,
}
if blkHeader != nil {
// This is not a typo, they are identical in bitcoind as well.
txReply.Time = blkHeader.Timestamp.Unix()
txReply.Blocktime = blkHeader.Timestamp.Unix()
txReply.BlockHash = blkHash
txReply.Confirmations = uint64(1 + chainHeight - blkHeight)
}
return txReply, nil
}
// handleDecodeRawTransaction handles decoderawtransaction commands.
func handleDecodeRawTransaction(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.DecodeRawTransactionCmd)
// Deserialize the transaction.
hexStr := c.HexTx
if len(hexStr)%2 != 0 {
hexStr = "0" + hexStr
}
serializedTx, err := hex.DecodeString(hexStr)
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcDecodeHexError(hexStr)
}
var mtx wire.MsgTx
err = mtx.Deserialize(bytes.NewReader(serializedTx))
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCDeserialization,
Message: "TX decode failed: " + err.Error(),
}
}
// Create and return the result.
txReply := btcjson.TxRawDecodeResult{
Txid: mtx.TxHash().String(),
Version: mtx.Version,
Locktime: mtx.LockTime,
Vin: createVinList(&mtx),
Vout: createVoutList(&mtx, s.cfg.ChainParams, nil),
}
return txReply, nil
}
// handleDecodeScript handles decodescript commands.
func handleDecodeScript(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.DecodeScriptCmd)
// Convert the hex script to bytes.
hexStr := c.HexScript
if len(hexStr)%2 != 0 {
hexStr = "0" + hexStr
}
script, err := hex.DecodeString(hexStr)
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcDecodeHexError(hexStr)
}
// The disassembled string will contain [error] inline if the script
// doesn't fully parse, so ignore the error here.
disbuf, _ := txscript.DisasmString(script)
// Get information about the script.
// Ignore the error here since an error means the script couldn't parse
// and there is no additinal information about it anyways.
scriptClass, addrs, reqSigs, _ := txscript.ExtractPkScriptAddrs(script,
s.cfg.ChainParams)
addresses := make([]string, len(addrs))
for i, addr := range addrs {
addresses[i] = addr.EncodeAddress()
}
// Convert the script itself to a pay-to-script-hash address.
p2sh, err := btcutil.NewAddressScriptHash(script, s.cfg.ChainParams)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to convert script to pay-to-script-hash"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
// Generate and return the reply.
reply := btcjson.DecodeScriptResult{
Asm: disbuf,
ReqSigs: int32(reqSigs),
Type: scriptClass.String(),
Addresses: addresses,
}
if scriptClass != txscript.ScriptHashTy {
reply.P2sh = p2sh.EncodeAddress()
}
return reply, nil
}
// handleEstimateFee handles estimatefee commands.
func handleEstimateFee(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.EstimateFeeCmd)
if s.cfg.FeeEstimator == nil {
return nil, errors.New("Fee estimation disabled")
}
if c.NumBlocks <= 0 {
return -1.0, errors.New("Parameter NumBlocks must be positive")
}
feeRate, err := s.cfg.FeeEstimator.EstimateFee(uint32(c.NumBlocks))
if err != nil {
return -1.0, err
}
// Convert to satoshis per kb.
return float64(feeRate), nil
}
// handleGenerate handles generate commands.
func handleGenerate(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
// Respond with an error if there are no addresses to pay the
// created blocks to.
if len(cfg.miningAddrs) == 0 {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInternal.Code,
Message: "No payment addresses specified " +
"via --miningaddr",
}
}
// Respond with an error if there's virtually 0 chance of mining a block
// with the CPU.
if !s.cfg.ChainParams.GenerateSupported {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCDifficulty,
Message: fmt.Sprintf("No support for `generate` on "+
"the current network, %s, as it's unlikely to "+
"be possible to mine a block with the CPU.",
s.cfg.ChainParams.Net),
}
}
c := cmd.(*btcjson.GenerateCmd)
// Respond with an error if the client is requesting 0 blocks to be generated.
if c.NumBlocks == 0 {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInternal.Code,
Message: "Please request a nonzero number of blocks to generate.",
}
}
// Create a reply
reply := make([]string, c.NumBlocks)
blockHashes, err := s.cfg.CPUMiner.GenerateNBlocks(c.NumBlocks)
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInternal.Code,
Message: err.Error(),
}
}
// Mine the correct number of blocks, assigning the hex representation of the
// hash of each one to its place in the reply.
for i, hash := range blockHashes {
reply[i] = hash.String()
}
return reply, nil
}
// handleGetAddedNodeInfo handles getaddednodeinfo commands.
func handleGetAddedNodeInfo(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.GetAddedNodeInfoCmd)
// Retrieve a list of persistent (added) peers from the server and
// filter the list of peers per the specified address (if any).
peers := s.cfg.ConnMgr.PersistentPeers()
if c.Node != nil {
node := *c.Node
found := false
for i, peer := range peers {
if peer.ToPeer().Addr() == node {
peers = peers[i : i+1]
found = true
}
}
if !found {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCClientNodeNotAdded,
Message: "Node has not been added",
}
}
}
// Without the dns flag, the result is just a slice of the addresses as
// strings.
if !c.DNS {
results := make([]string, 0, len(peers))
for _, peer := range peers {
results = append(results, peer.ToPeer().Addr())
}
return results, nil
}
// With the dns flag, the result is an array of JSON objects which
// include the result of DNS lookups for each peer.
results := make([]*btcjson.GetAddedNodeInfoResult, 0, len(peers))
for _, rpcPeer := range peers {
// Set the "address" of the peer which could be an ip address
// or a domain name.
peer := rpcPeer.ToPeer()
var result btcjson.GetAddedNodeInfoResult
result.AddedNode = peer.Addr()
result.Connected = btcjson.Bool(peer.Connected())
// Split the address into host and port portions so we can do
// a DNS lookup against the host. When no port is specified in
// the address, just use the address as the host.
host, _, err := net.SplitHostPort(peer.Addr())
if err != nil {
host = peer.Addr()
}
var ipList []string
switch {
case net.ParseIP(host) != nil, strings.HasSuffix(host, ".onion"):
ipList = make([]string, 1)
ipList[0] = host
default:
// Do a DNS lookup for the address. If the lookup fails, just
// use the host.
ips, err := btcdLookup(host)
if err != nil {
ipList = make([]string, 1)
ipList[0] = host
break
}
ipList = make([]string, 0, len(ips))
for _, ip := range ips {
ipList = append(ipList, ip.String())
}
}
// Add the addresses and connection info to the result.
addrs := make([]btcjson.GetAddedNodeInfoResultAddr, 0, len(ipList))
for _, ip := range ipList {
var addr btcjson.GetAddedNodeInfoResultAddr
addr.Address = ip
addr.Connected = "false"
if ip == host && peer.Connected() {
addr.Connected = directionString(peer.Inbound())
}
addrs = append(addrs, addr)
}
result.Addresses = &addrs
results = append(results, &result)
}
return results, nil
}
// handleGetBestBlock implements the getbestblock command.
func handleGetBestBlock(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
// All other "get block" commands give either the height, the
// hash, or both but require the block SHA. This gets both for
// the best block.
best := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot()
result := &btcjson.GetBestBlockResult{
Hash: best.Hash.String(),
Height: best.Height,
}
return result, nil
}
// handleGetBestBlockHash implements the getbestblockhash command.
func handleGetBestBlockHash(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
best := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot()
return best.Hash.String(), nil
}
// getDifficultyRatio returns the proof-of-work difficulty as a multiple of the
// minimum difficulty using the passed bits field from the header of a block.
func getDifficultyRatio(bits uint32, params *chaincfg.Params) float64 {
// The minimum difficulty is the max possible proof-of-work limit bits
// converted back to a number. Note this is not the same as the proof of
// work limit directly because the block difficulty is encoded in a block
// with the compact form which loses precision.
max := blockchain.CompactToBig(params.PowLimitBits)
target := blockchain.CompactToBig(bits)
difficulty := new(big.Rat).SetFrac(max, target)
outString := difficulty.FloatString(8)
diff, err := strconv.ParseFloat(outString, 64)
if err != nil {
rpcsLog.Errorf("Cannot get difficulty: %v", err)
return 0
}
return diff
}
// handleGetBlock implements the getblock command.
func handleGetBlock(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.GetBlockCmd)
// Load the raw block bytes from the database.
hash, err := chainhash.NewHashFromStr(c.Hash)
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcDecodeHexError(c.Hash)
}
var blkBytes []byte
err = s.cfg.DB.View(func(dbTx database.Tx) error {
var err error
blkBytes, err = dbTx.FetchBlock(hash)
return err
})
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCBlockNotFound,
Message: "Block not found",
}
}
// When the verbose flag isn't set, simply return the serialized block
// as a hex-encoded string.
if c.Verbose != nil && !*c.Verbose {
return hex.EncodeToString(blkBytes), nil
}
// The verbose flag is set, so generate the JSON object and return it.
// Deserialize the block.
blk, err := btcutil.NewBlockFromBytes(blkBytes)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to deserialize block"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
// Get the block height from chain.
blockHeight, err := s.cfg.Chain.BlockHeightByHash(hash)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to obtain block height"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
blk.SetHeight(blockHeight)
best := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot()
// Get next block hash unless there are none.
var nextHashString string
if blockHeight < best.Height {
nextHash, err := s.cfg.Chain.BlockHashByHeight(blockHeight + 1)
if err != nil {
context := "No next block"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
nextHashString = nextHash.String()
}
params := s.cfg.ChainParams
blockHeader := &blk.MsgBlock().Header
blockReply := btcjson.GetBlockVerboseResult{
Hash: c.Hash,
Version: blockHeader.Version,
VersionHex: fmt.Sprintf("%08x", blockHeader.Version),
MerkleRoot: blockHeader.MerkleRoot.String(),
PreviousHash: blockHeader.PrevBlock.String(),
Nonce: blockHeader.Nonce,
Time: blockHeader.Timestamp.Unix(),
Confirmations: int64(1 + best.Height - blockHeight),
Height: int64(blockHeight),
Size: int32(len(blkBytes)),
StrippedSize: int32(blk.MsgBlock().SerializeSizeStripped()),
Weight: int32(blockchain.GetBlockWeight(blk)),
Bits: strconv.FormatInt(int64(blockHeader.Bits), 16),
Difficulty: getDifficultyRatio(blockHeader.Bits, params),
NextHash: nextHashString,
}
if c.VerboseTx == nil || !*c.VerboseTx {
transactions := blk.Transactions()
txNames := make([]string, len(transactions))
for i, tx := range transactions {
txNames[i] = tx.Hash().String()
}
blockReply.Tx = txNames
} else {
txns := blk.Transactions()
rawTxns := make([]btcjson.TxRawResult, len(txns))
for i, tx := range txns {
rawTxn, err := createTxRawResult(params, tx.MsgTx(),
tx.Hash().String(), blockHeader, hash.String(),
blockHeight, best.Height)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
rawTxns[i] = *rawTxn
}
blockReply.RawTx = rawTxns
}
return blockReply, nil
}
// softForkStatus converts a ThresholdState state into a human readable string
// corresponding to the particular state.
func softForkStatus(state blockchain.ThresholdState) (string, error) {
switch state {
case blockchain.ThresholdDefined:
return "defined", nil
case blockchain.ThresholdStarted:
return "started", nil
case blockchain.ThresholdLockedIn:
return "lockedin", nil
case blockchain.ThresholdActive:
return "active", nil
case blockchain.ThresholdFailed:
return "failed", nil
default:
return "", fmt.Errorf("unknown deployment state: %v", state)
}
}
// handleGetBlockChainInfo implements the getblockchaininfo command.
func handleGetBlockChainInfo(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
// Obtain a snapshot of the current best known blockchain state. We'll
// populate the response to this call primarily from this snapshot.
params := s.cfg.ChainParams
chain := s.cfg.Chain
chainSnapshot := chain.BestSnapshot()
chainInfo := &btcjson.GetBlockChainInfoResult{
Chain: params.Name,
Blocks: chainSnapshot.Height,
Headers: chainSnapshot.Height,
BestBlockHash: chainSnapshot.Hash.String(),
Difficulty: getDifficultyRatio(chainSnapshot.Bits, params),
MedianTime: chainSnapshot.MedianTime.Unix(),
Pruned: false,
SoftForks: &btcjson.SoftForks{
Bip9SoftForks: make(map[string]*btcjson.Bip9SoftForkDescription),
},
}
// Next, populate the response with information describing the current
// status of soft-forks deployed via the super-majority block
// signalling mechanism.
height := chainSnapshot.Height
chainInfo.SoftForks.SoftForks = []*btcjson.SoftForkDescription{
{
ID: "bip34",
Version: 2,
Reject: struct {
Status bool `json:"status"`
}{
Status: height >= params.BIP0034Height,
},
},
{
ID: "bip66",
Version: 3,
Reject: struct {
Status bool `json:"status"`
}{
Status: height >= params.BIP0066Height,
},
},
{
ID: "bip65",
Version: 4,
Reject: struct {
Status bool `json:"status"`
}{
Status: height >= params.BIP0065Height,
},
},
}
// Finally, query the BIP0009 version bits state for all currently
// defined BIP0009 soft-fork deployments.
for deployment, deploymentDetails := range params.Deployments {
// Map the integer deployment ID into a human readable
// fork-name.
var forkName string
switch deployment {
case chaincfg.DeploymentTestDummy:
forkName = "dummy"
case chaincfg.DeploymentCSV:
forkName = "csv"
case chaincfg.DeploymentSegwit:
forkName = "segwit"
default:
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInternal.Code,
Message: fmt.Sprintf("Unknown deployment %v "+
"detected", deployment),
}
}
// Query the chain for the current status of the deployment as
// identified by its deployment ID.
deploymentStatus, err := chain.ThresholdState(uint32(deployment))
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to obtain deployment status"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
// Attempt to convert the current deployment status into a
// human readable string. If the status is unrecognized, then a
// non-nil error is returned.
statusString, err := softForkStatus(deploymentStatus)
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInternal.Code,
Message: fmt.Sprintf("unknown deployment status: %v",
deploymentStatus),
}
}
// Finally, populate the soft-fork description with all the
// information gathered above.
chainInfo.SoftForks.Bip9SoftForks[forkName] = &btcjson.Bip9SoftForkDescription{
Status: strings.ToLower(statusString),
Bit: deploymentDetails.BitNumber,
StartTime2: int64(deploymentDetails.StartTime),
Timeout: int64(deploymentDetails.ExpireTime),
}
}
return chainInfo, nil
}
// handleGetBlockCount implements the getblockcount command.
func handleGetBlockCount(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
best := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot()
return int64(best.Height), nil
}
// handleGetBlockHash implements the getblockhash command.
func handleGetBlockHash(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.GetBlockHashCmd)
hash, err := s.cfg.Chain.BlockHashByHeight(int32(c.Index))
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCOutOfRange,
Message: "Block number out of range",
}
}
return hash.String(), nil
}
// handleGetBlockHeader implements the getblockheader command.
func handleGetBlockHeader(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.GetBlockHeaderCmd)
// Fetch the header from chain.
hash, err := chainhash.NewHashFromStr(c.Hash)
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcDecodeHexError(c.Hash)
}
blockHeader, err := s.cfg.Chain.HeaderByHash(hash)
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCBlockNotFound,
Message: "Block not found",
}
}
// When the verbose flag isn't set, simply return the serialized block
// header as a hex-encoded string.
if c.Verbose != nil && !*c.Verbose {
var headerBuf bytes.Buffer
err := blockHeader.Serialize(&headerBuf)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to serialize block header"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
return hex.EncodeToString(headerBuf.Bytes()), nil
}
// The verbose flag is set, so generate the JSON object and return it.
// Get the block height from chain.
blockHeight, err := s.cfg.Chain.BlockHeightByHash(hash)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to obtain block height"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
best := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot()
// Get next block hash unless there are none.
var nextHashString string
if blockHeight < best.Height {
nextHash, err := s.cfg.Chain.BlockHashByHeight(blockHeight + 1)
if err != nil {
context := "No next block"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
nextHashString = nextHash.String()
}
params := s.cfg.ChainParams
blockHeaderReply := btcjson.GetBlockHeaderVerboseResult{
Hash: c.Hash,
Confirmations: int64(1 + best.Height - blockHeight),
Height: blockHeight,
Version: blockHeader.Version,
VersionHex: fmt.Sprintf("%08x", blockHeader.Version),
MerkleRoot: blockHeader.MerkleRoot.String(),
NextHash: nextHashString,
PreviousHash: blockHeader.PrevBlock.String(),
Nonce: uint64(blockHeader.Nonce),
Time: blockHeader.Timestamp.Unix(),
Bits: strconv.FormatInt(int64(blockHeader.Bits), 16),
Difficulty: getDifficultyRatio(blockHeader.Bits, params),
}
return blockHeaderReply, nil
}
// encodeTemplateID encodes the passed details into an ID that can be used to
// uniquely identify a block template.
func encodeTemplateID(prevHash *chainhash.Hash, lastGenerated time.Time) string {
return fmt.Sprintf("%s-%d", prevHash.String(), lastGenerated.Unix())
}
// decodeTemplateID decodes an ID that is used to uniquely identify a block
// template. This is mainly used as a mechanism to track when to update clients
// that are using long polling for block templates. The ID consists of the
// previous block hash for the associated template and the time the associated
// template was generated.
func decodeTemplateID(templateID string) (*chainhash.Hash, int64, error) {
fields := strings.Split(templateID, "-")
if len(fields) != 2 {
return nil, 0, errors.New("invalid longpollid format")
}
prevHash, err := chainhash.NewHashFromStr(fields[0])
if err != nil {
return nil, 0, errors.New("invalid longpollid format")
}
lastGenerated, err := strconv.ParseInt(fields[1], 10, 64)
if err != nil {
return nil, 0, errors.New("invalid longpollid format")
}
return prevHash, lastGenerated, nil
}
// notifyLongPollers notifies any channels that have been registered to be
// notified when block templates are stale.
//
// This function MUST be called with the state locked.
func (state *gbtWorkState) notifyLongPollers(latestHash *chainhash.Hash, lastGenerated time.Time) {
// Notify anything that is waiting for a block template update from a
// hash which is not the hash of the tip of the best chain since their
// work is now invalid.
for hash, channels := range state.notifyMap {
if !hash.IsEqual(latestHash) {
for _, c := range channels {
close(c)
}
delete(state.notifyMap, hash)
}
}
// Return now if the provided last generated timestamp has not been
// initialized.
if lastGenerated.IsZero() {
return
}
// Return now if there is nothing registered for updates to the current
// best block hash.
channels, ok := state.notifyMap[*latestHash]
if !ok {
return
}
// Notify anything that is waiting for a block template update from a
// block template generated before the most recently generated block
// template.
lastGeneratedUnix := lastGenerated.Unix()
for lastGen, c := range channels {
if lastGen < lastGeneratedUnix {
close(c)
delete(channels, lastGen)
}
}
// Remove the entry altogether if there are no more registered
// channels.
if len(channels) == 0 {
delete(state.notifyMap, *latestHash)
}
}
// NotifyBlockConnected uses the newly-connected block to notify any long poll
// clients with a new block template when their existing block template is
// stale due to the newly connected block.
func (state *gbtWorkState) NotifyBlockConnected(blockHash *chainhash.Hash) {
go func() {
state.Lock()
defer state.Unlock()
state.notifyLongPollers(blockHash, state.lastTxUpdate)
}()
}
// NotifyMempoolTx uses the new last updated time for the transaction memory
// pool to notify any long poll clients with a new block template when their
// existing block template is stale due to enough time passing and the contents
// of the memory pool changing.
func (state *gbtWorkState) NotifyMempoolTx(lastUpdated time.Time) {
go func() {
state.Lock()
defer state.Unlock()
// No need to notify anything if no block templates have been generated
// yet.
if state.prevHash == nil || state.lastGenerated.IsZero() {
return
}
if time.Now().After(state.lastGenerated.Add(time.Second *
gbtRegenerateSeconds)) {
state.notifyLongPollers(state.prevHash, lastUpdated)
}
}()
}
// templateUpdateChan returns a channel that will be closed once the block
// template associated with the passed previous hash and last generated time
// is stale. The function will return existing channels for duplicate
// parameters which allows multiple clients to wait for the same block template
// without requiring a different channel for each client.
//
// This function MUST be called with the state locked.
func (state *gbtWorkState) templateUpdateChan(prevHash *chainhash.Hash, lastGenerated int64) chan struct{} {
// Either get the current list of channels waiting for updates about
// changes to block template for the previous hash or create a new one.
channels, ok := state.notifyMap[*prevHash]
if !ok {
m := make(map[int64]chan struct{})
state.notifyMap[*prevHash] = m
channels = m
}
// Get the current channel associated with the time the block template
// was last generated or create a new one.
c, ok := channels[lastGenerated]
if !ok {
c = make(chan struct{})
channels[lastGenerated] = c
}
return c
}
// updateBlockTemplate creates or updates a block template for the work state.
// A new block template will be generated when the current best block has
// changed or the transactions in the memory pool have been updated and it has
// been long enough since the last template was generated. Otherwise, the
// timestamp for the existing block template is updated (and possibly the
// difficulty on testnet per the consesus rules). Finally, if the
// useCoinbaseValue flag is false and the existing block template does not
// already contain a valid payment address, the block template will be updated
// with a randomly selected payment address from the list of configured
// addresses.
//
// This function MUST be called with the state locked.
func (state *gbtWorkState) updateBlockTemplate(s *rpcServer, useCoinbaseValue bool) error {
generator := s.cfg.Generator
lastTxUpdate := generator.TxSource().LastUpdated()
if lastTxUpdate.IsZero() {
lastTxUpdate = time.Now()
}
// Generate a new block template when the current best block has
// changed or the transactions in the memory pool have been updated and
// it has been at least gbtRegenerateSecond since the last template was
// generated.
var msgBlock *wire.MsgBlock
var targetDifficulty string
latestHash := &s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot().Hash
template := state.template
if template == nil || state.prevHash == nil ||
!state.prevHash.IsEqual(latestHash) ||
(state.lastTxUpdate != lastTxUpdate &&
time.Now().After(state.lastGenerated.Add(time.Second*
gbtRegenerateSeconds))) {
// Reset the previous best hash the block template was generated
// against so any errors below cause the next invocation to try
// again.
state.prevHash = nil
// Choose a payment address at random if the caller requests a
// full coinbase as opposed to only the pertinent details needed
// to create their own coinbase.
var payAddr btcutil.Address
if !useCoinbaseValue {
payAddr = cfg.miningAddrs[rand.Intn(len(cfg.miningAddrs))]
}
// Create a new block template that has a coinbase which anyone
// can redeem. This is only acceptable because the returned
// block template doesn't include the coinbase, so the caller
// will ultimately create their own coinbase which pays to the
// appropriate address(es).
blkTemplate, err := generator.NewBlockTemplate(payAddr)
if err != nil {
return internalRPCError("Failed to create new block "+
"template: "+err.Error(), "")
}
template = blkTemplate
msgBlock = template.Block
targetDifficulty = fmt.Sprintf("%064x",
blockchain.CompactToBig(msgBlock.Header.Bits))
// Get the minimum allowed timestamp for the block based on the
// median timestamp of the last several blocks per the chain
// consensus rules.
best := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot()
minTimestamp := mining.MinimumMedianTime(best)
// Update work state to ensure another block template isn't
// generated until needed.
state.template = template
state.lastGenerated = time.Now()
state.lastTxUpdate = lastTxUpdate
state.prevHash = latestHash
state.minTimestamp = minTimestamp
rpcsLog.Debugf("Generated block template (timestamp %v, "+
"target %s, merkle root %s)",
msgBlock.Header.Timestamp, targetDifficulty,
msgBlock.Header.MerkleRoot)
// Notify any clients that are long polling about the new
// template.
state.notifyLongPollers(latestHash, lastTxUpdate)
} else {
// At this point, there is a saved block template and another
// request for a template was made, but either the available
// transactions haven't change or it hasn't been long enough to
// trigger a new block template to be generated. So, update the
// existing block template.
// When the caller requires a full coinbase as opposed to only
// the pertinent details needed to create their own coinbase,
// add a payment address to the output of the coinbase of the
// template if it doesn't already have one. Since this requires
// mining addresses to be specified via the config, an error is
// returned if none have been specified.
if !useCoinbaseValue && !template.ValidPayAddress {
// Choose a payment address at random.
payToAddr := cfg.miningAddrs[rand.Intn(len(cfg.miningAddrs))]
// Update the block coinbase output of the template to
// pay to the randomly selected payment address.
pkScript, err := txscript.PayToAddrScript(payToAddr)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to create pay-to-addr script"
return internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
template.Block.Transactions[0].TxOut[0].PkScript = pkScript
template.ValidPayAddress = true
// Update the merkle root.
block := btcutil.NewBlock(template.Block)
merkles := blockchain.BuildMerkleTreeStore(block.Transactions(), false)
template.Block.Header.MerkleRoot = *merkles[len(merkles)-1]
}
// Set locals for convenience.
msgBlock = template.Block
targetDifficulty = fmt.Sprintf("%064x",
blockchain.CompactToBig(msgBlock.Header.Bits))
// Update the time of the block template to the current time
// while accounting for the median time of the past several
// blocks per the chain consensus rules.
generator.UpdateBlockTime(msgBlock)
msgBlock.Header.Nonce = 0
rpcsLog.Debugf("Updated block template (timestamp %v, "+
"target %s)", msgBlock.Header.Timestamp,
targetDifficulty)
}
return nil
}
// blockTemplateResult returns the current block template associated with the
// state as a btcjson.GetBlockTemplateResult that is ready to be encoded to JSON
// and returned to the caller.
//
// This function MUST be called with the state locked.
func (state *gbtWorkState) blockTemplateResult(useCoinbaseValue bool, submitOld *bool) (*btcjson.GetBlockTemplateResult, error) {
// Ensure the timestamps are still in valid range for the template.
// This should really only ever happen if the local clock is changed
// after the template is generated, but it's important to avoid serving
// invalid block templates.
template := state.template
msgBlock := template.Block
header := &msgBlock.Header
adjustedTime := state.timeSource.AdjustedTime()
maxTime := adjustedTime.Add(time.Second * blockchain.MaxTimeOffsetSeconds)
if header.Timestamp.After(maxTime) {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCOutOfRange,
Message: fmt.Sprintf("The template time is after the "+
"maximum allowed time for a block - template "+
"time %v, maximum time %v", adjustedTime,
maxTime),
}
}
// Convert each transaction in the block template to a template result
// transaction. The result does not include the coinbase, so notice
// the adjustments to the various lengths and indices.
numTx := len(msgBlock.Transactions)
transactions := make([]btcjson.GetBlockTemplateResultTx, 0, numTx-1)
txIndex := make(map[chainhash.Hash]int64, numTx)
for i, tx := range msgBlock.Transactions {
txHash := tx.TxHash()
txIndex[txHash] = int64(i)
// Skip the coinbase transaction.
if i == 0 {
continue
}
// Create an array of 1-based indices to transactions that come
// before this one in the transactions list which this one
// depends on. This is necessary since the created block must
// ensure proper ordering of the dependencies. A map is used
// before creating the final array to prevent duplicate entries
// when multiple inputs reference the same transaction.
dependsMap := make(map[int64]struct{})
for _, txIn := range tx.TxIn {
if idx, ok := txIndex[txIn.PreviousOutPoint.Hash]; ok {
dependsMap[idx] = struct{}{}
}
}
depends := make([]int64, 0, len(dependsMap))
for idx := range dependsMap {
depends = append(depends, idx)
}
// Serialize the transaction for later conversion to hex.
txBuf := bytes.NewBuffer(make([]byte, 0, tx.SerializeSize()))
if err := tx.Serialize(txBuf); err != nil {
context := "Failed to serialize transaction"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
bTx := btcutil.NewTx(tx)
resultTx := btcjson.GetBlockTemplateResultTx{
Data: hex.EncodeToString(txBuf.Bytes()),
Hash: txHash.String(),
Depends: depends,
Fee: template.Fees[i],
SigOps: template.SigOpCosts[i],
Weight: blockchain.GetTransactionWeight(bTx),
}
transactions = append(transactions, resultTx)
}
// Generate the block template reply. Note that following mutations are
// implied by the included or omission of fields:
// Including MinTime -> time/decrement
// Omitting CoinbaseTxn -> coinbase, generation
targetDifficulty := fmt.Sprintf("%064x", blockchain.CompactToBig(header.Bits))
templateID := encodeTemplateID(state.prevHash, state.lastGenerated)
reply := btcjson.GetBlockTemplateResult{
Bits: strconv.FormatInt(int64(header.Bits), 16),
CurTime: header.Timestamp.Unix(),
Height: int64(template.Height),
PreviousHash: header.PrevBlock.String(),
WeightLimit: blockchain.MaxBlockWeight,
SigOpLimit: blockchain.MaxBlockSigOpsCost,
SizeLimit: wire.MaxBlockPayload,
Transactions: transactions,
Version: header.Version,
LongPollID: templateID,
SubmitOld: submitOld,
Target: targetDifficulty,
MinTime: state.minTimestamp.Unix(),
MaxTime: maxTime.Unix(),
Mutable: gbtMutableFields,
NonceRange: gbtNonceRange,
Capabilities: gbtCapabilities,
}
// If the generated block template includes transactions with witness
// data, then include the witness commitment in the GBT result.
if template.WitnessCommitment != nil {
reply.DefaultWitnessCommitment = hex.EncodeToString(template.WitnessCommitment)
}
if useCoinbaseValue {
reply.CoinbaseAux = gbtCoinbaseAux
reply.CoinbaseValue = &msgBlock.Transactions[0].TxOut[0].Value
} else {
// Ensure the template has a valid payment address associated
// with it when a full coinbase is requested.
if !template.ValidPayAddress {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInternal.Code,
Message: "A coinbase transaction has been " +
"requested, but the server has not " +
"been configured with any payment " +
"addresses via --miningaddr",
}
}
// Serialize the transaction for conversion to hex.
tx := msgBlock.Transactions[0]
txBuf := bytes.NewBuffer(make([]byte, 0, tx.SerializeSize()))
if err := tx.Serialize(txBuf); err != nil {
context := "Failed to serialize transaction"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
resultTx := btcjson.GetBlockTemplateResultTx{
Data: hex.EncodeToString(txBuf.Bytes()),
Hash: tx.TxHash().String(),
Depends: []int64{},
Fee: template.Fees[0],
SigOps: template.SigOpCosts[0],
}
reply.CoinbaseTxn = &resultTx
}
return &reply, nil
}
// handleGetBlockTemplateLongPoll is a helper for handleGetBlockTemplateRequest
// which deals with handling long polling for block templates. When a caller
// sends a request with a long poll ID that was previously returned, a response
// is not sent until the caller should stop working on the previous block
// template in favor of the new one. In particular, this is the case when the
// old block template is no longer valid due to a solution already being found
// and added to the block chain, or new transactions have shown up and some time
// has passed without finding a solution.
//
// See https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/BIP_0022 for more details.
func handleGetBlockTemplateLongPoll(s *rpcServer, longPollID string, useCoinbaseValue bool, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
state := s.gbtWorkState
state.Lock()
// The state unlock is intentionally not deferred here since it needs to
// be manually unlocked before waiting for a notification about block
// template changes.
if err := state.updateBlockTemplate(s, useCoinbaseValue); err != nil {
state.Unlock()
return nil, err
}
// Just return the current block template if the long poll ID provided by
// the caller is invalid.
prevHash, lastGenerated, err := decodeTemplateID(longPollID)
if err != nil {
result, err := state.blockTemplateResult(useCoinbaseValue, nil)
if err != nil {
state.Unlock()
return nil, err
}
state.Unlock()
return result, nil
}
// Return the block template now if the specific block template
// identified by the long poll ID no longer matches the current block
// template as this means the provided template is stale.
prevTemplateHash := &state.template.Block.Header.PrevBlock
if !prevHash.IsEqual(prevTemplateHash) ||
lastGenerated != state.lastGenerated.Unix() {
// Include whether or not it is valid to submit work against the
// old block template depending on whether or not a solution has
// already been found and added to the block chain.
submitOld := prevHash.IsEqual(prevTemplateHash)
result, err := state.blockTemplateResult(useCoinbaseValue,
&submitOld)
if err != nil {
state.Unlock()
return nil, err
}
state.Unlock()
return result, nil
}
// Register the previous hash and last generated time for notifications
// Get a channel that will be notified when the template associated with
// the provided ID is stale and a new block template should be returned to
// the caller.
longPollChan := state.templateUpdateChan(prevHash, lastGenerated)
state.Unlock()
select {
// When the client closes before it's time to send a reply, just return
// now so the goroutine doesn't hang around.
case <-closeChan:
return nil, ErrClientQuit
// Wait until signal received to send the reply.
case <-longPollChan:
// Fallthrough
}
// Get the lastest block template
state.Lock()
defer state.Unlock()
if err := state.updateBlockTemplate(s, useCoinbaseValue); err != nil {
return nil, err
}
// Include whether or not it is valid to submit work against the old
// block template depending on whether or not a solution has already
// been found and added to the block chain.
submitOld := prevHash.IsEqual(&state.template.Block.Header.PrevBlock)
result, err := state.blockTemplateResult(useCoinbaseValue, &submitOld)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
return result, nil
}
// handleGetBlockTemplateRequest is a helper for handleGetBlockTemplate which
// deals with generating and returning block templates to the caller. It
// handles both long poll requests as specified by BIP 0022 as well as regular
// requests. In addition, it detects the capabilities reported by the caller
// in regards to whether or not it supports creating its own coinbase (the
// coinbasetxn and coinbasevalue capabilities) and modifies the returned block
// template accordingly.
func handleGetBlockTemplateRequest(s *rpcServer, request *btcjson.TemplateRequest, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
// Extract the relevant passed capabilities and restrict the result to
// either a coinbase value or a coinbase transaction object depending on
// the request. Default to only providing a coinbase value.
useCoinbaseValue := true
if request != nil {
var hasCoinbaseValue, hasCoinbaseTxn bool
for _, capability := range request.Capabilities {
switch capability {
case "coinbasetxn":
hasCoinbaseTxn = true
case "coinbasevalue":
hasCoinbaseValue = true
}
}
if hasCoinbaseTxn && !hasCoinbaseValue {
useCoinbaseValue = false
}
}
// When a coinbase transaction has been requested, respond with an error
// if there are no addresses to pay the created block template to.
if !useCoinbaseValue && len(cfg.miningAddrs) == 0 {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInternal.Code,
Message: "A coinbase transaction has been requested, " +
"but the server has not been configured with " +
"any payment addresses via --miningaddr",
}
}
// Return an error if there are no peers connected since there is no
// way to relay a found block or receive transactions to work on.
// However, allow this state when running in the regression test or
// simulation test mode.
if !(cfg.RegressionTest || cfg.SimNet) &&
s.cfg.ConnMgr.ConnectedCount() == 0 {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCClientNotConnected,
Message: "Bitcoin is not connected",
}
}
// No point in generating or accepting work before the chain is synced.
currentHeight := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot().Height
if currentHeight != 0 && !s.cfg.SyncMgr.IsCurrent() {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCClientInInitialDownload,
Message: "Bitcoin is downloading blocks...",
}
}
// When a long poll ID was provided, this is a long poll request by the
// client to be notified when block template referenced by the ID should
// be replaced with a new one.
if request != nil && request.LongPollID != "" {
return handleGetBlockTemplateLongPoll(s, request.LongPollID,
useCoinbaseValue, closeChan)
}
// Protect concurrent access when updating block templates.
state := s.gbtWorkState
state.Lock()
defer state.Unlock()
// Get and return a block template. A new block template will be
// generated when the current best block has changed or the transactions
// in the memory pool have been updated and it has been at least five
// seconds since the last template was generated. Otherwise, the
// timestamp for the existing block template is updated (and possibly
// the difficulty on testnet per the consesus rules).
if err := state.updateBlockTemplate(s, useCoinbaseValue); err != nil {
return nil, err
}
return state.blockTemplateResult(useCoinbaseValue, nil)
}
// chainErrToGBTErrString converts an error returned from btcchain to a string
// which matches the reasons and format described in BIP0022 for rejection
// reasons.
func chainErrToGBTErrString(err error) string {
// When the passed error is not a RuleError, just return a generic
// rejected string with the error text.
ruleErr, ok := err.(blockchain.RuleError)
if !ok {
return "rejected: " + err.Error()
}
switch ruleErr.ErrorCode {
case blockchain.ErrDuplicateBlock:
return "duplicate"
case blockchain.ErrBlockTooBig:
return "bad-blk-length"
case blockchain.ErrBlockWeightTooHigh:
return "bad-blk-weight"
case blockchain.ErrBlockVersionTooOld:
return "bad-version"
case blockchain.ErrInvalidTime:
return "bad-time"
case blockchain.ErrTimeTooOld:
return "time-too-old"
case blockchain.ErrTimeTooNew:
return "time-too-new"
case blockchain.ErrDifficultyTooLow:
return "bad-diffbits"
case blockchain.ErrUnexpectedDifficulty:
return "bad-diffbits"
case blockchain.ErrHighHash:
return "high-hash"
case blockchain.ErrBadMerkleRoot:
return "bad-txnmrklroot"
case blockchain.ErrBadCheckpoint:
return "bad-checkpoint"
case blockchain.ErrForkTooOld:
return "fork-too-old"
case blockchain.ErrCheckpointTimeTooOld:
return "checkpoint-time-too-old"
case blockchain.ErrNoTransactions:
return "bad-txns-none"
case blockchain.ErrNoTxInputs:
return "bad-txns-noinputs"
case blockchain.ErrNoTxOutputs:
return "bad-txns-nooutputs"
case blockchain.ErrTxTooBig:
return "bad-txns-size"
case blockchain.ErrBadTxOutValue:
return "bad-txns-outputvalue"
case blockchain.ErrDuplicateTxInputs:
return "bad-txns-dupinputs"
case blockchain.ErrBadTxInput:
return "bad-txns-badinput"
case blockchain.ErrMissingTxOut:
return "bad-txns-missinginput"
case blockchain.ErrUnfinalizedTx:
return "bad-txns-unfinalizedtx"
case blockchain.ErrDuplicateTx:
return "bad-txns-duplicate"
case blockchain.ErrOverwriteTx:
return "bad-txns-overwrite"
case blockchain.ErrImmatureSpend:
return "bad-txns-maturity"
case blockchain.ErrSpendTooHigh:
return "bad-txns-highspend"
case blockchain.ErrBadFees:
return "bad-txns-fees"
case blockchain.ErrTooManySigOps:
return "high-sigops"
case blockchain.ErrFirstTxNotCoinbase:
return "bad-txns-nocoinbase"
case blockchain.ErrMultipleCoinbases:
return "bad-txns-multicoinbase"
case blockchain.ErrBadCoinbaseScriptLen:
return "bad-cb-length"
case blockchain.ErrBadCoinbaseValue:
return "bad-cb-value"
case blockchain.ErrMissingCoinbaseHeight:
return "bad-cb-height"
case blockchain.ErrBadCoinbaseHeight:
return "bad-cb-height"
case blockchain.ErrScriptMalformed:
return "bad-script-malformed"
case blockchain.ErrScriptValidation:
return "bad-script-validate"
case blockchain.ErrUnexpectedWitness:
return "unexpected-witness"
case blockchain.ErrInvalidWitnessCommitment:
return "bad-witness-nonce-size"
case blockchain.ErrWitnessCommitmentMismatch:
return "bad-witness-merkle-match"
case blockchain.ErrPreviousBlockUnknown:
return "prev-blk-not-found"
case blockchain.ErrInvalidAncestorBlock:
return "bad-prevblk"
case blockchain.ErrPrevBlockNotBest:
return "inconclusive-not-best-prvblk"
}
return "rejected: " + err.Error()
}
// handleGetBlockTemplateProposal is a helper for handleGetBlockTemplate which
// deals with block proposals.
//
// See https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/BIP_0023 for more details.
func handleGetBlockTemplateProposal(s *rpcServer, request *btcjson.TemplateRequest) (interface{}, error) {
hexData := request.Data
if hexData == "" {
return false, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCType,
Message: fmt.Sprintf("Data must contain the " +
"hex-encoded serialized block that is being " +
"proposed"),
}
}
// Ensure the provided data is sane and deserialize the proposed block.
if len(hexData)%2 != 0 {
hexData = "0" + hexData
}
dataBytes, err := hex.DecodeString(hexData)
if err != nil {
return false, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCDeserialization,
Message: fmt.Sprintf("Data must be "+
"hexadecimal string (not %q)", hexData),
}
}
var msgBlock wire.MsgBlock
if err := msgBlock.Deserialize(bytes.NewReader(dataBytes)); err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCDeserialization,
Message: "Block decode failed: " + err.Error(),
}
}
block := btcutil.NewBlock(&msgBlock)
// Ensure the block is building from the expected previous block.
expectedPrevHash := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot().Hash
prevHash := &block.MsgBlock().Header.PrevBlock
if !expectedPrevHash.IsEqual(prevHash) {
return "bad-prevblk", nil
}
if err := s.cfg.Chain.CheckConnectBlockTemplate(block); err != nil {
if _, ok := err.(blockchain.RuleError); !ok {
errStr := fmt.Sprintf("Failed to process block proposal: %v", err)
rpcsLog.Error(errStr)
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCVerify,
Message: errStr,
}
}
rpcsLog.Infof("Rejected block proposal: %v", err)
return chainErrToGBTErrString(err), nil
}
return nil, nil
}
// handleGetBlockTemplate implements the getblocktemplate command.
//
// See https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/BIP_0022 and
// https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/BIP_0023 for more details.
func handleGetBlockTemplate(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.GetBlockTemplateCmd)
request := c.Request
// Set the default mode and override it if supplied.
mode := "template"
if request != nil && request.Mode != "" {
mode = request.Mode
}
switch mode {
case "template":
return handleGetBlockTemplateRequest(s, request, closeChan)
case "proposal":
return handleGetBlockTemplateProposal(s, request)
}
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidParameter,
Message: "Invalid mode",
}
}
// handleGetCFilter implements the getcfilter command.
func handleGetCFilter(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
if s.cfg.CfIndex == nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCNoCFIndex,
Message: "The CF index must be enabled for this command",
}
}
c := cmd.(*btcjson.GetCFilterCmd)
hash, err := chainhash.NewHashFromStr(c.Hash)
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcDecodeHexError(c.Hash)
}
filterBytes, err := s.cfg.CfIndex.FilterByBlockHash(hash, c.FilterType)
if err != nil {
rpcsLog.Debugf("Could not find committed filter for %v: %v",
hash, err)
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCBlockNotFound,
Message: "Block not found",
}
}
rpcsLog.Debugf("Found committed filter for %v", hash)
return hex.EncodeToString(filterBytes), nil
}
// handleGetCFilterHeader implements the getcfilterheader command.
func handleGetCFilterHeader(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
if s.cfg.CfIndex == nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCNoCFIndex,
Message: "The CF index must be enabled for this command",
}
}
c := cmd.(*btcjson.GetCFilterHeaderCmd)
hash, err := chainhash.NewHashFromStr(c.Hash)
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcDecodeHexError(c.Hash)
}
headerBytes, err := s.cfg.CfIndex.FilterHeaderByBlockHash(hash, c.FilterType)
if len(headerBytes) > 0 {
rpcsLog.Debugf("Found header of committed filter for %v", hash)
} else {
rpcsLog.Debugf("Could not find header of committed filter for %v: %v",
hash, err)
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCBlockNotFound,
Message: "Block not found",
}
}
hash.SetBytes(headerBytes)
return hash.String(), nil
}
// handleGetConnectionCount implements the getconnectioncount command.
func handleGetConnectionCount(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
return s.cfg.ConnMgr.ConnectedCount(), nil
}
// handleGetCurrentNet implements the getcurrentnet command.
func handleGetCurrentNet(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
return s.cfg.ChainParams.Net, nil
}
// handleGetDifficulty implements the getdifficulty command.
func handleGetDifficulty(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
best := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot()
return getDifficultyRatio(best.Bits, s.cfg.ChainParams), nil
}
// handleGetGenerate implements the getgenerate command.
func handleGetGenerate(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
return s.cfg.CPUMiner.IsMining(), nil
}
// handleGetHashesPerSec implements the gethashespersec command.
func handleGetHashesPerSec(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
return int64(s.cfg.CPUMiner.HashesPerSecond()), nil
}
// handleGetHeaders implements the getheaders command.
//
// NOTE: This is a btcsuite extension originally ported from
// github.com/decred/dcrd.
func handleGetHeaders(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.GetHeadersCmd)
// Fetch the requested headers from chain while respecting the provided
// block locators and stop hash.
blockLocators := make([]*chainhash.Hash, len(c.BlockLocators))
for i := range c.BlockLocators {
blockLocator, err := chainhash.NewHashFromStr(c.BlockLocators[i])
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcDecodeHexError(c.BlockLocators[i])
}
blockLocators[i] = blockLocator
}
var hashStop chainhash.Hash
if c.HashStop != "" {
err := chainhash.Decode(&hashStop, c.HashStop)
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcDecodeHexError(c.HashStop)
}
}
headers := s.cfg.SyncMgr.LocateHeaders(blockLocators, &hashStop)
// Return the serialized block headers as hex-encoded strings.
hexBlockHeaders := make([]string, len(headers))
var buf bytes.Buffer
for i, h := range headers {
err := h.Serialize(&buf)
if err != nil {
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(),
"Failed to serialize block header")
}
hexBlockHeaders[i] = hex.EncodeToString(buf.Bytes())
buf.Reset()
}
return hexBlockHeaders, nil
}
// handleGetInfo implements the getinfo command. We only return the fields
// that are not related to wallet functionality.
func handleGetInfo(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
best := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot()
ret := &btcjson.InfoChainResult{
Version: int32(1000000*appMajor + 10000*appMinor + 100*appPatch),
ProtocolVersion: int32(maxProtocolVersion),
Blocks: best.Height,
TimeOffset: int64(s.cfg.TimeSource.Offset().Seconds()),
Connections: s.cfg.ConnMgr.ConnectedCount(),
Proxy: cfg.Proxy,
Difficulty: getDifficultyRatio(best.Bits, s.cfg.ChainParams),
TestNet: cfg.TestNet3,
RelayFee: cfg.minRelayTxFee.ToBTC(),
}
return ret, nil
}
// handleGetMempoolInfo implements the getmempoolinfo command.
func handleGetMempoolInfo(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
mempoolTxns := s.cfg.TxMemPool.TxDescs()
var numBytes int64
for _, txD := range mempoolTxns {
numBytes += int64(txD.Tx.MsgTx().SerializeSize())
}
ret := &btcjson.GetMempoolInfoResult{
Size: int64(len(mempoolTxns)),
Bytes: numBytes,
}
return ret, nil
}
// handleGetMiningInfo implements the getmininginfo command. We only return the
// fields that are not related to wallet functionality.
func handleGetMiningInfo(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
// Create a default getnetworkhashps command to use defaults and make
// use of the existing getnetworkhashps handler.
gnhpsCmd := btcjson.NewGetNetworkHashPSCmd(nil, nil)
networkHashesPerSecIface, err := handleGetNetworkHashPS(s, gnhpsCmd,
closeChan)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
networkHashesPerSec, ok := networkHashesPerSecIface.(int64)
if !ok {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInternal.Code,
Message: "networkHashesPerSec is not an int64",
}
}
best := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot()
result := btcjson.GetMiningInfoResult{
Blocks: int64(best.Height),
CurrentBlockSize: best.BlockSize,
CurrentBlockWeight: best.BlockWeight,
CurrentBlockTx: best.NumTxns,
Difficulty: getDifficultyRatio(best.Bits, s.cfg.ChainParams),
Generate: s.cfg.CPUMiner.IsMining(),
GenProcLimit: s.cfg.CPUMiner.NumWorkers(),
HashesPerSec: int64(s.cfg.CPUMiner.HashesPerSecond()),
NetworkHashPS: networkHashesPerSec,
PooledTx: uint64(s.cfg.TxMemPool.Count()),
TestNet: cfg.TestNet3,
}
return &result, nil
}
// handleGetNetTotals implements the getnettotals command.
func handleGetNetTotals(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
totalBytesRecv, totalBytesSent := s.cfg.ConnMgr.NetTotals()
reply := &btcjson.GetNetTotalsResult{
TotalBytesRecv: totalBytesRecv,
TotalBytesSent: totalBytesSent,
TimeMillis: time.Now().UTC().UnixNano() / int64(time.Millisecond),
}
return reply, nil
}
// handleGetNetworkHashPS implements the getnetworkhashps command.
func handleGetNetworkHashPS(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
// Note: All valid error return paths should return an int64.
// Literal zeros are inferred as int, and won't coerce to int64
// because the return value is an interface{}.
c := cmd.(*btcjson.GetNetworkHashPSCmd)
// When the passed height is too high or zero, just return 0 now
// since we can't reasonably calculate the number of network hashes
// per second from invalid values. When it's negative, use the current
// best block height.
best := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot()
endHeight := int32(-1)
if c.Height != nil {
endHeight = int32(*c.Height)
}
if endHeight > best.Height || endHeight == 0 {
return int64(0), nil
}
if endHeight < 0 {
endHeight = best.Height
}
// Calculate the number of blocks per retarget interval based on the
// chain parameters.
blocksPerRetarget := int32(s.cfg.ChainParams.TargetTimespan /
s.cfg.ChainParams.TargetTimePerBlock)
// Calculate the starting block height based on the passed number of
// blocks. When the passed value is negative, use the last block the
// difficulty changed as the starting height. Also make sure the
// starting height is not before the beginning of the chain.
numBlocks := int32(120)
if c.Blocks != nil {
numBlocks = int32(*c.Blocks)
}
var startHeight int32
if numBlocks <= 0 {
startHeight = endHeight - ((endHeight % blocksPerRetarget) + 1)
} else {
startHeight = endHeight - numBlocks
}
if startHeight < 0 {
startHeight = 0
}
rpcsLog.Debugf("Calculating network hashes per second from %d to %d",
startHeight, endHeight)
// Find the min and max block timestamps as well as calculate the total
// amount of work that happened between the start and end blocks.
var minTimestamp, maxTimestamp time.Time
totalWork := big.NewInt(0)
for curHeight := startHeight; curHeight <= endHeight; curHeight++ {
hash, err := s.cfg.Chain.BlockHashByHeight(curHeight)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to fetch block hash"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
// Fetch the header from chain.
header, err := s.cfg.Chain.HeaderByHash(hash)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to fetch block header"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
if curHeight == startHeight {
minTimestamp = header.Timestamp
maxTimestamp = minTimestamp
} else {
totalWork.Add(totalWork, blockchain.CalcWork(header.Bits))
if minTimestamp.After(header.Timestamp) {
minTimestamp = header.Timestamp
}
if maxTimestamp.Before(header.Timestamp) {
maxTimestamp = header.Timestamp
}
}
}
// Calculate the difference in seconds between the min and max block
// timestamps and avoid division by zero in the case where there is no
// time difference.
timeDiff := int64(maxTimestamp.Sub(minTimestamp) / time.Second)
if timeDiff == 0 {
return int64(0), nil
}
hashesPerSec := new(big.Int).Div(totalWork, big.NewInt(timeDiff))
return hashesPerSec.Int64(), nil
}
// handleGetPeerInfo implements the getpeerinfo command.
func handleGetPeerInfo(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
peers := s.cfg.ConnMgr.ConnectedPeers()
syncPeerID := s.cfg.SyncMgr.SyncPeerID()
infos := make([]*btcjson.GetPeerInfoResult, 0, len(peers))
for _, p := range peers {
statsSnap := p.ToPeer().StatsSnapshot()
info := &btcjson.GetPeerInfoResult{
ID: statsSnap.ID,
Addr: statsSnap.Addr,
AddrLocal: p.ToPeer().LocalAddr().String(),
Services: fmt.Sprintf("%08d", uint64(statsSnap.Services)),
RelayTxes: !p.IsTxRelayDisabled(),
LastSend: statsSnap.LastSend.Unix(),
LastRecv: statsSnap.LastRecv.Unix(),
BytesSent: statsSnap.BytesSent,
BytesRecv: statsSnap.BytesRecv,
ConnTime: statsSnap.ConnTime.Unix(),
PingTime: float64(statsSnap.LastPingMicros),
TimeOffset: statsSnap.TimeOffset,
Version: statsSnap.Version,
SubVer: statsSnap.UserAgent,
Inbound: statsSnap.Inbound,
StartingHeight: statsSnap.StartingHeight,
CurrentHeight: statsSnap.LastBlock,
BanScore: int32(p.BanScore()),
FeeFilter: p.FeeFilter(),
SyncNode: statsSnap.ID == syncPeerID,
}
if p.ToPeer().LastPingNonce() != 0 {
wait := float64(time.Since(statsSnap.LastPingTime).Nanoseconds())
// We actually want microseconds.
info.PingWait = wait / 1000
}
infos = append(infos, info)
}
return infos, nil
}
// handleGetRawMempool implements the getrawmempool command.
func handleGetRawMempool(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.GetRawMempoolCmd)
mp := s.cfg.TxMemPool
if c.Verbose != nil && *c.Verbose {
return mp.RawMempoolVerbose(), nil
}
// The response is simply an array of the transaction hashes if the
// verbose flag is not set.
descs := mp.TxDescs()
hashStrings := make([]string, len(descs))
for i := range hashStrings {
hashStrings[i] = descs[i].Tx.Hash().String()
}
return hashStrings, nil
}
// handleGetRawTransaction implements the getrawtransaction command.
func handleGetRawTransaction(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.GetRawTransactionCmd)
// Convert the provided transaction hash hex to a Hash.
txHash, err := chainhash.NewHashFromStr(c.Txid)
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcDecodeHexError(c.Txid)
}
verbose := false
if c.Verbose != nil {
verbose = *c.Verbose != 0
}
// Try to fetch the transaction from the memory pool and if that fails,
// try the block database.
var mtx *wire.MsgTx
var blkHash *chainhash.Hash
var blkHeight int32
tx, err := s.cfg.TxMemPool.FetchTransaction(txHash)
if err != nil {
if s.cfg.TxIndex == nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCNoTxInfo,
Message: "The transaction index must be " +
"enabled to query the blockchain " +
"(specify --txindex)",
}
}
// Look up the location of the transaction.
blockRegion, err := s.cfg.TxIndex.TxBlockRegion(txHash)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to retrieve transaction location"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
if blockRegion == nil {
return nil, rpcNoTxInfoError(txHash)
}
// Load the raw transaction bytes from the database.
var txBytes []byte
err = s.cfg.DB.View(func(dbTx database.Tx) error {
var err error
txBytes, err = dbTx.FetchBlockRegion(blockRegion)
return err
})
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcNoTxInfoError(txHash)
}
// When the verbose flag isn't set, simply return the serialized
// transaction as a hex-encoded string. This is done here to
// avoid deserializing it only to reserialize it again later.
if !verbose {
return hex.EncodeToString(txBytes), nil
}
// Grab the block height.
blkHash = blockRegion.Hash
blkHeight, err = s.cfg.Chain.BlockHeightByHash(blkHash)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to retrieve block height"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
// Deserialize the transaction
var msgTx wire.MsgTx
err = msgTx.Deserialize(bytes.NewReader(txBytes))
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to deserialize transaction"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
mtx = &msgTx
} else {
// When the verbose flag isn't set, simply return the
// network-serialized transaction as a hex-encoded string.
if !verbose {
// Note that this is intentionally not directly
// returning because the first return value is a
// string and it would result in returning an empty
// string to the client instead of nothing (nil) in the
// case of an error.
mtxHex, err := messageToHex(tx.MsgTx())
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
return mtxHex, nil
}
mtx = tx.MsgTx()
}
// The verbose flag is set, so generate the JSON object and return it.
var blkHeader *wire.BlockHeader
var blkHashStr string
var chainHeight int32
if blkHash != nil {
// Fetch the header from chain.
header, err := s.cfg.Chain.HeaderByHash(blkHash)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to fetch block header"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
blkHeader = &header
blkHashStr = blkHash.String()
chainHeight = s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot().Height
}
rawTxn, err := createTxRawResult(s.cfg.ChainParams, mtx, txHash.String(),
blkHeader, blkHashStr, blkHeight, chainHeight)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
return *rawTxn, nil
}
// handleGetTxOut handles gettxout commands.
func handleGetTxOut(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.GetTxOutCmd)
// Convert the provided transaction hash hex to a Hash.
txHash, err := chainhash.NewHashFromStr(c.Txid)
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcDecodeHexError(c.Txid)
}
// If requested and the tx is available in the mempool try to fetch it
// from there, otherwise attempt to fetch from the block database.
var bestBlockHash string
var confirmations int32
var value int64
var pkScript []byte
var isCoinbase bool
includeMempool := true
if c.IncludeMempool != nil {
includeMempool = *c.IncludeMempool
}
// TODO: This is racy. It should attempt to fetch it directly and check
// the error.
if includeMempool && s.cfg.TxMemPool.HaveTransaction(txHash) {
tx, err := s.cfg.TxMemPool.FetchTransaction(txHash)
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcNoTxInfoError(txHash)
}
mtx := tx.MsgTx()
if c.Vout > uint32(len(mtx.TxOut)-1) {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidTxVout,
Message: "Output index number (vout) does not " +
"exist for transaction.",
}
}
txOut := mtx.TxOut[c.Vout]
if txOut == nil {
errStr := fmt.Sprintf("Output index: %d for txid: %s "+
"does not exist", c.Vout, txHash)
return nil, internalRPCError(errStr, "")
}
best := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot()
bestBlockHash = best.Hash.String()
confirmations = 0
value = txOut.Value
pkScript = txOut.PkScript
isCoinbase = blockchain.IsCoinBaseTx(mtx)
} else {
out := wire.OutPoint{Hash: *txHash, Index: c.Vout}
entry, err := s.cfg.Chain.FetchUtxoEntry(out)
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcNoTxInfoError(txHash)
}
// To match the behavior of the reference client, return nil
// (JSON null) if the transaction output is spent by another
// transaction already in the main chain. Mined transactions
// that are spent by a mempool transaction are not affected by
// this.
if entry == nil || entry.IsSpent() {
return nil, nil
}
best := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot()
bestBlockHash = best.Hash.String()
confirmations = 1 + best.Height - entry.BlockHeight()
value = entry.Amount()
pkScript = entry.PkScript()
isCoinbase = entry.IsCoinBase()
}
// Disassemble script into single line printable format.
// The disassembled string will contain [error] inline if the script
// doesn't fully parse, so ignore the error here.
disbuf, _ := txscript.DisasmString(pkScript)
// Get further info about the script.
// Ignore the error here since an error means the script couldn't parse
// and there is no additional information about it anyways.
scriptClass, addrs, reqSigs, _ := txscript.ExtractPkScriptAddrs(pkScript,
s.cfg.ChainParams)
addresses := make([]string, len(addrs))
for i, addr := range addrs {
addresses[i] = addr.EncodeAddress()
}
txOutReply := &btcjson.GetTxOutResult{
BestBlock: bestBlockHash,
Confirmations: int64(confirmations),
Value: btcutil.Amount(value).ToBTC(),
ScriptPubKey: btcjson.ScriptPubKeyResult{
Asm: disbuf,
Hex: hex.EncodeToString(pkScript),
ReqSigs: int32(reqSigs),
Type: scriptClass.String(),
Addresses: addresses,
},
Coinbase: isCoinbase,
}
return txOutReply, nil
}
// handleHelp implements the help command.
func handleHelp(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.HelpCmd)
// Provide a usage overview of all commands when no specific command
// was specified.
var command string
if c.Command != nil {
command = *c.Command
}
if command == "" {
usage, err := s.helpCacher.rpcUsage(false)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to generate RPC usage"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
return usage, nil
}
// Check that the command asked for is supported and implemented. Only
// search the main list of handlers since help should not be provided
// for commands that are unimplemented or related to wallet
// functionality.
if _, ok := rpcHandlers[command]; !ok {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidParameter,
Message: "Unknown command: " + command,
}
}
// Get the help for the command.
help, err := s.helpCacher.rpcMethodHelp(command)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to generate help"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
return help, nil
}
// handlePing implements the ping command.
func handlePing(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
// Ask server to ping \o_
nonce, err := wire.RandomUint64()
if err != nil {
return nil, internalRPCError("Not sending ping - failed to "+
"generate nonce: "+err.Error(), "")
}
s.cfg.ConnMgr.BroadcastMessage(wire.NewMsgPing(nonce))
return nil, nil
}
// retrievedTx represents a transaction that was either loaded from the
// transaction memory pool or from the database. When a transaction is loaded
// from the database, it is loaded with the raw serialized bytes while the
// mempool has the fully deserialized structure. This structure therefore will
// have one of the two fields set depending on where is was retrieved from.
// This is mainly done for efficiency to avoid extra serialization steps when
// possible.
type retrievedTx struct {
txBytes []byte
blkHash *chainhash.Hash // Only set when transaction is in a block.
tx *btcutil.Tx
}
// fetchInputTxos fetches the outpoints from all transactions referenced by the
// inputs to the passed transaction by checking the transaction mempool first
// then the transaction index for those already mined into blocks.
func fetchInputTxos(s *rpcServer, tx *wire.MsgTx) (map[wire.OutPoint]wire.TxOut, error) {
mp := s.cfg.TxMemPool
originOutputs := make(map[wire.OutPoint]wire.TxOut)
for txInIndex, txIn := range tx.TxIn {
// Attempt to fetch and use the referenced transaction from the
// memory pool.
origin := &txIn.PreviousOutPoint
originTx, err := mp.FetchTransaction(&origin.Hash)
if err == nil {
txOuts := originTx.MsgTx().TxOut
if origin.Index >= uint32(len(txOuts)) {
errStr := fmt.Sprintf("unable to find output "+
"%v referenced from transaction %s:%d",
origin, tx.TxHash(), txInIndex)
return nil, internalRPCError(errStr, "")
}
originOutputs[*origin] = *txOuts[origin.Index]
continue
}
// Look up the location of the transaction.
blockRegion, err := s.cfg.TxIndex.TxBlockRegion(&origin.Hash)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to retrieve transaction location"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
if blockRegion == nil {
return nil, rpcNoTxInfoError(&origin.Hash)
}
// Load the raw transaction bytes from the database.
var txBytes []byte
err = s.cfg.DB.View(func(dbTx database.Tx) error {
var err error
txBytes, err = dbTx.FetchBlockRegion(blockRegion)
return err
})
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcNoTxInfoError(&origin.Hash)
}
// Deserialize the transaction
var msgTx wire.MsgTx
err = msgTx.Deserialize(bytes.NewReader(txBytes))
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to deserialize transaction"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
// Add the referenced output to the map.
if origin.Index >= uint32(len(msgTx.TxOut)) {
errStr := fmt.Sprintf("unable to find output %v "+
"referenced from transaction %s:%d", origin,
tx.TxHash(), txInIndex)
return nil, internalRPCError(errStr, "")
}
originOutputs[*origin] = *msgTx.TxOut[origin.Index]
}
return originOutputs, nil
}
// createVinListPrevOut returns a slice of JSON objects for the inputs of the
// passed transaction.
func createVinListPrevOut(s *rpcServer, mtx *wire.MsgTx, chainParams *chaincfg.Params, vinExtra bool, filterAddrMap map[string]struct{}) ([]btcjson.VinPrevOut, error) {
// Coinbase transactions only have a single txin by definition.
if blockchain.IsCoinBaseTx(mtx) {
// Only include the transaction if the filter map is empty
// because a coinbase input has no addresses and so would never
// match a non-empty filter.
if len(filterAddrMap) != 0 {
return nil, nil
}
txIn := mtx.TxIn[0]
vinList := make([]btcjson.VinPrevOut, 1)
vinList[0].Coinbase = hex.EncodeToString(txIn.SignatureScript)
vinList[0].Sequence = txIn.Sequence
return vinList, nil
}
// Use a dynamically sized list to accommodate the address filter.
vinList := make([]btcjson.VinPrevOut, 0, len(mtx.TxIn))
// Lookup all of the referenced transaction outputs needed to populate
// the previous output information if requested.
var originOutputs map[wire.OutPoint]wire.TxOut
if vinExtra || len(filterAddrMap) > 0 {
var err error
originOutputs, err = fetchInputTxos(s, mtx)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
}
for _, txIn := range mtx.TxIn {
// The disassembled string will contain [error] inline
// if the script doesn't fully parse, so ignore the
// error here.
disbuf, _ := txscript.DisasmString(txIn.SignatureScript)
// Create the basic input entry without the additional optional
// previous output details which will be added later if
// requested and available.
prevOut := &txIn.PreviousOutPoint
vinEntry := btcjson.VinPrevOut{
Txid: prevOut.Hash.String(),
Vout: prevOut.Index,
Sequence: txIn.Sequence,
ScriptSig: &btcjson.ScriptSig{
Asm: disbuf,
Hex: hex.EncodeToString(txIn.SignatureScript),
},
}
if len(txIn.Witness) != 0 {
vinEntry.Witness = witnessToHex(txIn.Witness)
}
// Add the entry to the list now if it already passed the filter
// since the previous output might not be available.
passesFilter := len(filterAddrMap) == 0
if passesFilter {
vinList = append(vinList, vinEntry)
}
// Only populate previous output information if requested and
// available.
if len(originOutputs) == 0 {
continue
}
originTxOut, ok := originOutputs[*prevOut]
if !ok {
continue
}
// Ignore the error here since an error means the script
// couldn't parse and there is no additional information about
// it anyways.
_, addrs, _, _ := txscript.ExtractPkScriptAddrs(
originTxOut.PkScript, chainParams)
// Encode the addresses while checking if the address passes the
// filter when needed.
encodedAddrs := make([]string, len(addrs))
for j, addr := range addrs {
encodedAddr := addr.EncodeAddress()
encodedAddrs[j] = encodedAddr
// No need to check the map again if the filter already
// passes.
if passesFilter {
continue
}
if _, exists := filterAddrMap[encodedAddr]; exists {
passesFilter = true
}
}
// Ignore the entry if it doesn't pass the filter.
if !passesFilter {
continue
}
// Add entry to the list if it wasn't already done above.
if len(filterAddrMap) != 0 {
vinList = append(vinList, vinEntry)
}
// Update the entry with previous output information if
// requested.
if vinExtra {
vinListEntry := &vinList[len(vinList)-1]
vinListEntry.PrevOut = &btcjson.PrevOut{
Addresses: encodedAddrs,
Value: btcutil.Amount(originTxOut.Value).ToBTC(),
}
}
}
return vinList, nil
}
// fetchMempoolTxnsForAddress queries the address index for all unconfirmed
// transactions that involve the provided address. The results will be limited
// by the number to skip and the number requested.
func fetchMempoolTxnsForAddress(s *rpcServer, addr btcutil.Address, numToSkip, numRequested uint32) ([]*btcutil.Tx, uint32) {
// There are no entries to return when there are less available than the
// number being skipped.
mpTxns := s.cfg.AddrIndex.UnconfirmedTxnsForAddress(addr)
numAvailable := uint32(len(mpTxns))
if numToSkip > numAvailable {
return nil, numAvailable
}
// Filter the available entries based on the number to skip and number
// requested.
rangeEnd := numToSkip + numRequested
if rangeEnd > numAvailable {
rangeEnd = numAvailable
}
return mpTxns[numToSkip:rangeEnd], numToSkip
}
// handleSearchRawTransactions implements the searchrawtransactions command.
func handleSearchRawTransactions(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
// Respond with an error if the address index is not enabled.
addrIndex := s.cfg.AddrIndex
if addrIndex == nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCMisc,
Message: "Address index must be enabled (--addrindex)",
}
}
// Override the flag for including extra previous output information in
// each input if needed.
c := cmd.(*btcjson.SearchRawTransactionsCmd)
vinExtra := false
if c.VinExtra != nil {
vinExtra = *c.VinExtra != 0
}
// Including the extra previous output information requires the
// transaction index. Currently the address index relies on the
// transaction index, so this check is redundant, but it's better to be
// safe in case the address index is ever changed to not rely on it.
if vinExtra && s.cfg.TxIndex == nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCMisc,
Message: "Transaction index must be enabled (--txindex)",
}
}
// Attempt to decode the supplied address.
params := s.cfg.ChainParams
addr, err := btcutil.DecodeAddress(c.Address, params)
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidAddressOrKey,
Message: "Invalid address or key: " + err.Error(),
}
}
// Override the default number of requested entries if needed. Also,
// just return now if the number of requested entries is zero to avoid
// extra work.
numRequested := 100
if c.Count != nil {
numRequested = *c.Count
if numRequested < 0 {
numRequested = 1
}
}
if numRequested == 0 {
return nil, nil
}
// Override the default number of entries to skip if needed.
var numToSkip int
if c.Skip != nil {
numToSkip = *c.Skip
if numToSkip < 0 {
numToSkip = 0
}
}
// Override the reverse flag if needed.
var reverse bool
if c.Reverse != nil {
reverse = *c.Reverse
}
// Add transactions from mempool first if client asked for reverse
// order. Otherwise, they will be added last (as needed depending on
// the requested counts).
//
// NOTE: This code doesn't sort by dependency. This might be something
// to do in the future for the client's convenience, or leave it to the
// client.
numSkipped := uint32(0)
addressTxns := make([]retrievedTx, 0, numRequested)
if reverse {
// Transactions in the mempool are not in a block header yet,
// so the block header field in the retieved transaction struct
// is left nil.
mpTxns, mpSkipped := fetchMempoolTxnsForAddress(s, addr,
uint32(numToSkip), uint32(numRequested))
numSkipped += mpSkipped
for _, tx := range mpTxns {
addressTxns = append(addressTxns, retrievedTx{tx: tx})
}
}
// Fetch transactions from the database in the desired order if more are
// needed.
if len(addressTxns) < numRequested {
err = s.cfg.DB.View(func(dbTx database.Tx) error {
regions, dbSkipped, err := addrIndex.TxRegionsForAddress(
dbTx, addr, uint32(numToSkip)-numSkipped,
uint32(numRequested-len(addressTxns)), reverse)
if err != nil {
return err
}
// Load the raw transaction bytes from the database.
serializedTxns, err := dbTx.FetchBlockRegions(regions)
if err != nil {
return err
}
// Add the transaction and the hash of the block it is
// contained in to the list. Note that the transaction
// is left serialized here since the caller might have
// requested non-verbose output and hence there would be
// no point in deserializing it just to reserialize it
// later.
for i, serializedTx := range serializedTxns {
addressTxns = append(addressTxns, retrievedTx{
txBytes: serializedTx,
blkHash: regions[i].Hash,
})
}
numSkipped += dbSkipped
return nil
})
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to load address index entries"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
}
// Add transactions from mempool last if client did not request reverse
// order and the number of results is still under the number requested.
if !reverse && len(addressTxns) < numRequested {
// Transactions in the mempool are not in a block header yet,
// so the block header field in the retieved transaction struct
// is left nil.
mpTxns, mpSkipped := fetchMempoolTxnsForAddress(s, addr,
uint32(numToSkip)-numSkipped, uint32(numRequested-
len(addressTxns)))
numSkipped += mpSkipped
for _, tx := range mpTxns {
addressTxns = append(addressTxns, retrievedTx{tx: tx})
}
}
// Address has never been used if neither source yielded any results.
if len(addressTxns) == 0 {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCNoTxInfo,
Message: "No information available about address",
}
}
// Serialize all of the transactions to hex.
hexTxns := make([]string, len(addressTxns))
for i := range addressTxns {
// Simply encode the raw bytes to hex when the retrieved
// transaction is already in serialized form.
rtx := &addressTxns[i]
if rtx.txBytes != nil {
hexTxns[i] = hex.EncodeToString(rtx.txBytes)
continue
}
// Serialize the transaction first and convert to hex when the
// retrieved transaction is the deserialized structure.
hexTxns[i], err = messageToHex(rtx.tx.MsgTx())
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
}
// When not in verbose mode, simply return a list of serialized txns.
if c.Verbose != nil && *c.Verbose == 0 {
return hexTxns, nil
}
// Normalize the provided filter addresses (if any) to ensure there are
// no duplicates.
filterAddrMap := make(map[string]struct{})
if c.FilterAddrs != nil && len(*c.FilterAddrs) > 0 {
for _, addr := range *c.FilterAddrs {
filterAddrMap[addr] = struct{}{}
}
}
// The verbose flag is set, so generate the JSON object and return it.
best := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot()
srtList := make([]btcjson.SearchRawTransactionsResult, len(addressTxns))
for i := range addressTxns {
// The deserialized transaction is needed, so deserialize the
// retrieved transaction if it's in serialized form (which will
// be the case when it was lookup up from the database).
// Otherwise, use the existing deserialized transaction.
rtx := &addressTxns[i]
var mtx *wire.MsgTx
if rtx.tx == nil {
// Deserialize the transaction.
mtx = new(wire.MsgTx)
err := mtx.Deserialize(bytes.NewReader(rtx.txBytes))
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to deserialize transaction"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(),
context)
}
} else {
mtx = rtx.tx.MsgTx()
}
result := &srtList[i]
result.Hex = hexTxns[i]
result.Txid = mtx.TxHash().String()
result.Vin, err = createVinListPrevOut(s, mtx, params, vinExtra,
filterAddrMap)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
result.Vout = createVoutList(mtx, params, filterAddrMap)
result.Version = mtx.Version
result.LockTime = mtx.LockTime
// Transactions grabbed from the mempool aren't yet in a block,
// so conditionally fetch block details here. This will be
// reflected in the final JSON output (mempool won't have
// confirmations or block information).
var blkHeader *wire.BlockHeader
var blkHashStr string
var blkHeight int32
if blkHash := rtx.blkHash; blkHash != nil {
// Fetch the header from chain.
header, err := s.cfg.Chain.HeaderByHash(blkHash)
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCBlockNotFound,
Message: "Block not found",
}
}
// Get the block height from chain.
height, err := s.cfg.Chain.BlockHeightByHash(blkHash)
if err != nil {
context := "Failed to obtain block height"
return nil, internalRPCError(err.Error(), context)
}
blkHeader = &header
blkHashStr = blkHash.String()
blkHeight = height
}
// Add the block information to the result if there is any.
if blkHeader != nil {
// This is not a typo, they are identical in Bitcoin
// Core as well.
result.Time = blkHeader.Timestamp.Unix()
result.Blocktime = blkHeader.Timestamp.Unix()
result.BlockHash = blkHashStr
result.Confirmations = uint64(1 + best.Height - blkHeight)
}
}
return srtList, nil
}
// handleSendRawTransaction implements the sendrawtransaction command.
func handleSendRawTransaction(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.SendRawTransactionCmd)
// Deserialize and send off to tx relay
hexStr := c.HexTx
if len(hexStr)%2 != 0 {
hexStr = "0" + hexStr
}
serializedTx, err := hex.DecodeString(hexStr)
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcDecodeHexError(hexStr)
}
var msgTx wire.MsgTx
err = msgTx.Deserialize(bytes.NewReader(serializedTx))
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCDeserialization,
Message: "TX decode failed: " + err.Error(),
}
}
// Use 0 for the tag to represent local node.
tx := btcutil.NewTx(&msgTx)
acceptedTxs, err := s.cfg.TxMemPool.ProcessTransaction(tx, false, false, 0)
if err != nil {
// When the error is a rule error, it means the transaction was
// simply rejected as opposed to something actually going wrong,
// so log it as such. Otherwise, something really did go wrong,
// so log it as an actual error and return.
ruleErr, ok := err.(mempool.RuleError)
if !ok {
rpcsLog.Errorf("Failed to process transaction %v: %v",
tx.Hash(), err)
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCTxError,
Message: "TX rejected: " + err.Error(),
}
}
rpcsLog.Debugf("Rejected transaction %v: %v", tx.Hash(), err)
// We'll then map the rule error to the appropriate RPC error,
// matching bitcoind's behavior.
code := btcjson.ErrRPCTxError
if txRuleErr, ok := ruleErr.Err.(mempool.TxRuleError); ok {
errDesc := txRuleErr.Description
switch {
case strings.Contains(
strings.ToLower(errDesc), "orphan transaction",
):
code = btcjson.ErrRPCTxError
case strings.Contains(
strings.ToLower(errDesc), "transaction already exists",
):
code = btcjson.ErrRPCTxAlreadyInChain
default:
code = btcjson.ErrRPCTxRejected
}
}
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: code,
Message: "TX rejected: " + err.Error(),
}
}
// When the transaction was accepted it should be the first item in the
// returned array of accepted transactions. The only way this will not
// be true is if the API for ProcessTransaction changes and this code is
// not properly updated, but ensure the condition holds as a safeguard.
//
// Also, since an error is being returned to the caller, ensure the
// transaction is removed from the memory pool.
if len(acceptedTxs) == 0 || !acceptedTxs[0].Tx.Hash().IsEqual(tx.Hash()) {
s.cfg.TxMemPool.RemoveTransaction(tx, true)
errStr := fmt.Sprintf("transaction %v is not in accepted list",
tx.Hash())
return nil, internalRPCError(errStr, "")
}
// Generate and relay inventory vectors for all newly accepted
// transactions into the memory pool due to the original being
// accepted.
s.cfg.ConnMgr.RelayTransactions(acceptedTxs)
// Notify both websocket and getblocktemplate long poll clients of all
// newly accepted transactions.
s.NotifyNewTransactions(acceptedTxs)
// Keep track of all the sendrawtransaction request txns so that they
// can be rebroadcast if they don't make their way into a block.
txD := acceptedTxs[0]
iv := wire.NewInvVect(wire.InvTypeTx, txD.Tx.Hash())
s.cfg.ConnMgr.AddRebroadcastInventory(iv, txD)
return tx.Hash().String(), nil
}
// handleSetGenerate implements the setgenerate command.
func handleSetGenerate(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.SetGenerateCmd)
// Disable generation regardless of the provided generate flag if the
// maximum number of threads (goroutines for our purposes) is 0.
// Otherwise enable or disable it depending on the provided flag.
generate := c.Generate
genProcLimit := -1
if c.GenProcLimit != nil {
genProcLimit = *c.GenProcLimit
}
if genProcLimit == 0 {
generate = false
}
if !generate {
s.cfg.CPUMiner.Stop()
} else {
// Respond with an error if there are no addresses to pay the
// created blocks to.
if len(cfg.miningAddrs) == 0 {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInternal.Code,
Message: "No payment addresses specified " +
"via --miningaddr",
}
}
// It's safe to call start even if it's already started.
s.cfg.CPUMiner.SetNumWorkers(int32(genProcLimit))
s.cfg.CPUMiner.Start()
}
return nil, nil
}
// handleStop implements the stop command.
func handleStop(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
select {
case s.requestProcessShutdown <- struct{}{}:
default:
}
return "btcd stopping.", nil
}
// handleSubmitBlock implements the submitblock command.
func handleSubmitBlock(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.SubmitBlockCmd)
// Deserialize the submitted block.
hexStr := c.HexBlock
if len(hexStr)%2 != 0 {
hexStr = "0" + c.HexBlock
}
serializedBlock, err := hex.DecodeString(hexStr)
if err != nil {
return nil, rpcDecodeHexError(hexStr)
}
block, err := btcutil.NewBlockFromBytes(serializedBlock)
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCDeserialization,
Message: "Block decode failed: " + err.Error(),
}
}
// Process this block using the same rules as blocks coming from other
// nodes. This will in turn relay it to the network like normal.
_, err = s.cfg.SyncMgr.SubmitBlock(block, blockchain.BFNone)
if err != nil {
return fmt.Sprintf("rejected: %s", err.Error()), nil
}
rpcsLog.Infof("Accepted block %s via submitblock", block.Hash())
return nil, nil
}
// handleUptime implements the uptime command.
func handleUptime(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
return time.Now().Unix() - s.cfg.StartupTime, nil
}
// handleValidateAddress implements the validateaddress command.
func handleValidateAddress(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.ValidateAddressCmd)
result := btcjson.ValidateAddressChainResult{}
addr, err := btcutil.DecodeAddress(c.Address, s.cfg.ChainParams)
if err != nil {
// Return the default value (false) for IsValid.
return result, nil
}
result.Address = addr.EncodeAddress()
result.IsValid = true
return result, nil
}
func verifyChain(s *rpcServer, level, depth int32) error {
best := s.cfg.Chain.BestSnapshot()
finishHeight := best.Height - depth
if finishHeight < 0 {
finishHeight = 0
}
rpcsLog.Infof("Verifying chain for %d blocks at level %d",
best.Height-finishHeight, level)
for height := best.Height; height > finishHeight; height-- {
// Level 0 just looks up the block.
block, err := s.cfg.Chain.BlockByHeight(height)
if err != nil {
rpcsLog.Errorf("Verify is unable to fetch block at "+
"height %d: %v", height, err)
return err
}
// Level 1 does basic chain sanity checks.
if level > 0 {
err := blockchain.CheckBlockSanity(block,
s.cfg.ChainParams.PowLimit, s.cfg.TimeSource)
if err != nil {
rpcsLog.Errorf("Verify is unable to validate "+
"block at hash %v height %d: %v",
block.Hash(), height, err)
return err
}
}
}
rpcsLog.Infof("Chain verify completed successfully")
return nil
}
// handleVerifyChain implements the verifychain command.
func handleVerifyChain(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.VerifyChainCmd)
var checkLevel, checkDepth int32
if c.CheckLevel != nil {
checkLevel = *c.CheckLevel
}
if c.CheckDepth != nil {
checkDepth = *c.CheckDepth
}
err := verifyChain(s, checkLevel, checkDepth)
return err == nil, nil
}
// handleVerifyMessage implements the verifymessage command.
func handleVerifyMessage(s *rpcServer, cmd interface{}, closeChan <-chan struct{}) (interface{}, error) {
c := cmd.(*btcjson.VerifyMessageCmd)
// Decode the provided address.
params := s.cfg.ChainParams
addr, err := btcutil.DecodeAddress(c.Address, params)
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCInvalidAddressOrKey,
Message: "Invalid address or key: " + err.Error(),
}
}
// Only P2PKH addresses are valid for signing.
if _, ok := addr.(*btcutil.AddressPubKeyHash); !ok {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCType,
Message: "Address is not a pay-to-pubkey-hash address",
}
}
// Decode base64 signature.
sig, err := base64.StdEncoding.DecodeString(c.Signature)
if err != nil {
return nil, &btcjson.RPCError{
Code: btcjson.ErrRPCParse.Code,
Message: "Malformed base64 encoding: " + err.Error(),
}
}
// Validate the signature - this just shows that it was valid at all.
// we will compare it with the key next.
var buf bytes.Buffer
wire.WriteVarString(&buf, 0, "Bitcoin Signed Message:\n")
wire.WriteVarString(&buf, 0, c.Message)
expectedMessageHash := chainhash.DoubleHashB(buf.Bytes())
pk, wasCompressed, err := btcec.RecoverCompact(btcec.S256(), sig,
expectedMessageHash)
if err != nil {
// Mirror Bitcoin Core behavior, which treats error in
// RecoverCompact as invalid signature.
return false, nil
}
// Reconstruct the pubkey hash.
var serializedPK []byte
if wasCompressed {
serializedPK = pk.SerializeCompressed()
} else {
serializedPK = pk.SerializeUncompressed()
}
address, err := btcutil.NewAddressPubKey(serializedPK, params)
if err != nil {
// Again mirror Bitcoin Core behavior, which treats error in public key
// reconstruction as invalid signature.
return false, nil
}
// Return boolean if addresses match.
return address.EncodeAddress() == c.Address, nil
}
// handleVersion implements the version command.
//