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// Copyright 2013 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
package ssh
import (
"encoding/binary"
"fmt"
"io"
"log"
"sync"
"sync/atomic"
)
// debugMux, if set, causes messages in the connection protocol to be
// logged.
const debugMux = false
// chanList is a thread safe channel list.
type chanList struct {
// protects concurrent access to chans
sync.Mutex
// chans are indexed by the local id of the channel, which the
// other side should send in the PeersId field.
chans []*channel
// This is a debugging aid: it offsets all IDs by this
// amount. This helps distinguish otherwise identical
// server/client muxes
offset uint32
}
// Assigns a channel ID to the given channel.
func (c *chanList) add(ch *channel) uint32 {
c.Lock()
defer c.Unlock()
for i := range c.chans {
if c.chans[i] == nil {
c.chans[i] = ch
return uint32(i) + c.offset
}
}
c.chans = append(c.chans, ch)
return uint32(len(c.chans)-1) + c.offset
}
// getChan returns the channel for the given ID.
func (c *chanList) getChan(id uint32) *channel {
id -= c.offset
c.Lock()
defer c.Unlock()
if id < uint32(len(c.chans)) {
return c.chans[id]
}
return nil
}
func (c *chanList) remove(id uint32) {
id -= c.offset
c.Lock()
if id < uint32(len(c.chans)) {
c.chans[id] = nil
}
c.Unlock()
}
// dropAll forgets all channels it knows, returning them in a slice.
func (c *chanList) dropAll() []*channel {
c.Lock()
defer c.Unlock()
var r []*channel
for _, ch := range c.chans {
if ch == nil {
continue
}
r = append(r, ch)
}
c.chans = nil
return r
}
// mux represents the state for the SSH connection protocol, which
// multiplexes many channels onto a single packet transport.
type mux struct {
conn packetConn
chanList chanList
incomingChannels chan NewChannel
globalSentMu sync.Mutex
globalResponses chan interface{}
incomingRequests chan *Request
errCond *sync.Cond
err error
}
// When debugging, each new chanList instantiation has a different
// offset.
var globalOff uint32
func (m *mux) Wait() error {
m.errCond.L.Lock()
defer m.errCond.L.Unlock()
for m.err == nil {
m.errCond.Wait()
}
return m.err
}
// newMux returns a mux that runs over the given connection.
func newMux(p packetConn) *mux {
m := &mux{
conn: p,
incomingChannels: make(chan NewChannel, chanSize),
globalResponses: make(chan interface{}, 1),
incomingRequests: make(chan *Request, chanSize),
errCond: newCond(),
}
if debugMux {
m.chanList.offset = atomic.AddUint32(&globalOff, 1)
}
go m.loop()
return m
}
func (m *mux) sendMessage(msg interface{}) error {
p := Marshal(msg)
if debugMux {
log.Printf("send global(%d): %#v", m.chanList.offset, msg)
}
return m.conn.writePacket(p)
}
func (m *mux) SendRequest(name string, wantReply bool, payload []byte) (bool, []byte, error) {
if wantReply {
m.globalSentMu.Lock()
defer m.globalSentMu.Unlock()
}
if err := m.sendMessage(globalRequestMsg{
Type: name,
WantReply: wantReply,
Data: payload,
}); err != nil {
return false, nil, err
}
if !wantReply {
return false, nil, nil
}
msg, ok := <-m.globalResponses
if !ok {
return false, nil, io.EOF
}
switch msg := msg.(type) {
case *globalRequestFailureMsg:
return false, msg.Data, nil
case *globalRequestSuccessMsg:
return true, msg.Data, nil
default:
return false, nil, fmt.Errorf("ssh: unexpected response to request: %#v", msg)
}
}
// ackRequest must be called after processing a global request that
// has WantReply set.
func (m *mux) ackRequest(ok bool, data []byte) error {
if ok {
return m.sendMessage(globalRequestSuccessMsg{Data: data})
}
return m.sendMessage(globalRequestFailureMsg{Data: data})
}
func (m *mux) Close() error {
return m.conn.Close()
}
// loop runs the connection machine. It will process packets until an
// error is encountered. To synchronize on loop exit, use mux.Wait.
func (m *mux) loop() {
var err error
for err == nil {
err = m.onePacket()
}
for _, ch := range m.chanList.dropAll() {
ch.close()
}
close(m.incomingChannels)
close(m.incomingRequests)
close(m.globalResponses)
m.conn.Close()
m.errCond.L.Lock()
m.err = err
m.errCond.Broadcast()
m.errCond.L.Unlock()
if debugMux {
log.Println("loop exit", err)
}
}
// onePacket reads and processes one packet.
func (m *mux) onePacket() error {
packet, err := m.conn.readPacket()
if err != nil {
return err
}
if debugMux {
if packet[0] == msgChannelData || packet[0] == msgChannelExtendedData {
log.Printf("decoding(%d): data packet - %d bytes", m.chanList.offset, len(packet))
} else {
p, _ := decode(packet)
log.Printf("decoding(%d): %d %#v - %d bytes", m.chanList.offset, packet[0], p, len(packet))
}
}
switch packet[0] {
case msgChannelOpen:
return m.handleChannelOpen(packet)
case msgGlobalRequest, msgRequestSuccess, msgRequestFailure:
return m.handleGlobalPacket(packet)
}
// assume a channel packet.
if len(packet) < 5 {
return parseError(packet[0])
}
id := binary.BigEndian.Uint32(packet[1:])
ch := m.chanList.getChan(id)
if ch == nil {
return fmt.Errorf("ssh: invalid channel %d", id)
}
return ch.handlePacket(packet)
}
func (m *mux) handleGlobalPacket(packet []byte) error {
msg, err := decode(packet)
if err != nil {
return err
}
switch msg := msg.(type) {
case *globalRequestMsg:
m.incomingRequests <- &Request{
Type: msg.Type,
WantReply: msg.WantReply,
Payload: msg.Data,
mux: m,
}
case *globalRequestSuccessMsg, *globalRequestFailureMsg:
m.globalResponses <- msg
default:
panic(fmt.Sprintf("not a global message %#v", msg))
}
return nil
}
// handleChannelOpen schedules a channel to be Accept()ed.
func (m *mux) handleChannelOpen(packet []byte) error {
var msg channelOpenMsg
if err := Unmarshal(packet, &msg); err != nil {
return err
}
if msg.MaxPacketSize < minPacketLength || msg.MaxPacketSize > 1<<31 {
failMsg := channelOpenFailureMsg{
PeersID: msg.PeersID,
Reason: ConnectionFailed,
Message: "invalid request",
Language: "en_US.UTF-8",
}
return m.sendMessage(failMsg)
}
c := m.newChannel(msg.ChanType, channelInbound, msg.TypeSpecificData)
c.remoteId = msg.PeersID
c.maxRemotePayload = msg.MaxPacketSize
c.remoteWin.add(msg.PeersWindow)
m.incomingChannels <- c
return nil
}
func (m *mux) OpenChannel(chanType string, extra []byte) (Channel, <-chan *Request, error) {
ch, err := m.openChannel(chanType, extra)
if err != nil {
return nil, nil, err
}
return ch, ch.incomingRequests, nil
}
func (m *mux) openChannel(chanType string, extra []byte) (*channel, error) {
ch := m.newChannel(chanType, channelOutbound, extra)
ch.maxIncomingPayload = channelMaxPacket
open := channelOpenMsg{
ChanType: chanType,
PeersWindow: ch.myWindow,
MaxPacketSize: ch.maxIncomingPayload,
TypeSpecificData: extra,
PeersID: ch.localId,
}
if err := m.sendMessage(open); err != nil {
return nil, err
}
switch msg := (<-ch.msg).(type) {
case *channelOpenConfirmMsg:
return ch, nil
case *channelOpenFailureMsg:
return nil, &OpenChannelError{msg.Reason, msg.Message}
default:
return nil, fmt.Errorf("ssh: unexpected packet in response to channel open: %T", msg)
}
}