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/*
*
* Copyright 2014 gRPC authors.
*
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
* You may obtain a copy of the License at
*
* http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
*
* Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
* distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
* WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
* See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
* limitations under the License.
*
*/
// Package transport defines and implements message oriented communication
// channel to complete various transactions (e.g., an RPC). It is meant for
// grpc-internal usage and is not intended to be imported directly by users.
package transport
import (
"bytes"
"context"
"errors"
"fmt"
"io"
"net"
"sync"
"sync/atomic"
"google.golang.org/grpc/codes"
"google.golang.org/grpc/credentials"
"google.golang.org/grpc/keepalive"
"google.golang.org/grpc/metadata"
"google.golang.org/grpc/stats"
"google.golang.org/grpc/status"
"google.golang.org/grpc/tap"
)
type bufferPool struct {
pool sync.Pool
}
func newBufferPool() *bufferPool {
return &bufferPool{
pool: sync.Pool{
New: func() interface{} {
return new(bytes.Buffer)
},
},
}
}
func (p *bufferPool) get() *bytes.Buffer {
return p.pool.Get().(*bytes.Buffer)
}
func (p *bufferPool) put(b *bytes.Buffer) {
p.pool.Put(b)
}
// recvMsg represents the received msg from the transport. All transport
// protocol specific info has been removed.
type recvMsg struct {
buffer *bytes.Buffer
// nil: received some data
// io.EOF: stream is completed. data is nil.
// other non-nil error: transport failure. data is nil.
err error
}
// recvBuffer is an unbounded channel of recvMsg structs.
// Note recvBuffer differs from controlBuffer only in that recvBuffer
// holds a channel of only recvMsg structs instead of objects implementing "item" interface.
// recvBuffer is written to much more often than
// controlBuffer and using strict recvMsg structs helps avoid allocation in "recvBuffer.put"
type recvBuffer struct {
c chan recvMsg
mu sync.Mutex
backlog []recvMsg
err error
}
func newRecvBuffer() *recvBuffer {
b := &recvBuffer{
c: make(chan recvMsg, 1),
}
return b
}
func (b *recvBuffer) put(r recvMsg) {
b.mu.Lock()
if b.err != nil {
b.mu.Unlock()
// An error had occurred earlier, don't accept more
// data or errors.
return
}
b.err = r.err
if len(b.backlog) == 0 {
select {
case b.c <- r:
b.mu.Unlock()
return
default:
}
}
b.backlog = append(b.backlog, r)
b.mu.Unlock()
}
func (b *recvBuffer) load() {
b.mu.Lock()
if len(b.backlog) > 0 {
select {
case b.c <- b.backlog[0]:
b.backlog[0] = recvMsg{}
b.backlog = b.backlog[1:]
default:
}
}
b.mu.Unlock()
}
// get returns the channel that receives a recvMsg in the buffer.
//
// Upon receipt of a recvMsg, the caller should call load to send another
// recvMsg onto the channel if there is any.
func (b *recvBuffer) get() <-chan recvMsg {
return b.c
}
// recvBufferReader implements io.Reader interface to read the data from
// recvBuffer.
type recvBufferReader struct {
closeStream func(error) // Closes the client transport stream with the given error and nil trailer metadata.
ctx context.Context
ctxDone <-chan struct{} // cache of ctx.Done() (for performance).
recv *recvBuffer
last *bytes.Buffer // Stores the remaining data in the previous calls.
err error
freeBuffer func(*bytes.Buffer)
}
// Read reads the next len(p) bytes from last. If last is drained, it tries to
// read additional data from recv. It blocks if there no additional data available
// in recv. If Read returns any non-nil error, it will continue to return that error.
func (r *recvBufferReader) Read(p []byte) (n int, err error) {
if r.err != nil {
return 0, r.err
}
if r.last != nil {
// Read remaining data left in last call.
copied, _ := r.last.Read(p)
if r.last.Len() == 0 {
r.freeBuffer(r.last)
r.last = nil
}
return copied, nil
}
if r.closeStream != nil {
n, r.err = r.readClient(p)
} else {
n, r.err = r.read(p)
}
return n, r.err
}
func (r *recvBufferReader) read(p []byte) (n int, err error) {
select {
case <-r.ctxDone:
return 0, ContextErr(r.ctx.Err())
case m := <-r.recv.get():
return r.readAdditional(m, p)
}
}
func (r *recvBufferReader) readClient(p []byte) (n int, err error) {
// If the context is canceled, then closes the stream with nil metadata.
// closeStream writes its error parameter to r.recv as a recvMsg.
// r.readAdditional acts on that message and returns the necessary error.
select {
case <-r.ctxDone:
// Note that this adds the ctx error to the end of recv buffer, and
// reads from the head. This will delay the error until recv buffer is
// empty, thus will delay ctx cancellation in Recv().
//
// It's done this way to fix a race between ctx cancel and trailer. The
// race was, stream.Recv() may return ctx error if ctxDone wins the
// race, but stream.Trailer() may return a non-nil md because the stream
// was not marked as done when trailer is received. This closeStream
// call will mark stream as done, thus fix the race.
//
// TODO: delaying ctx error seems like a unnecessary side effect. What
// we really want is to mark the stream as done, and return ctx error
// faster.
r.closeStream(ContextErr(r.ctx.Err()))
m := <-r.recv.get()
return r.readAdditional(m, p)
case m := <-r.recv.get():
return r.readAdditional(m, p)
}
}
func (r *recvBufferReader) readAdditional(m recvMsg, p []byte) (n int, err error) {
r.recv.load()
if m.err != nil {
return 0, m.err
}
copied, _ := m.buffer.Read(p)
if m.buffer.Len() == 0 {
r.freeBuffer(m.buffer)
r.last = nil
} else {
r.last = m.buffer
}
return copied, nil
}
type streamState uint32
const (
streamActive streamState = iota
streamWriteDone // EndStream sent
streamReadDone // EndStream received
streamDone // the entire stream is finished.
)
// Stream represents an RPC in the transport layer.
type Stream struct {
id uint32
st ServerTransport // nil for client side Stream
ctx context.Context // the associated context of the stream
cancel context.CancelFunc // always nil for client side Stream
done chan struct{} // closed at the end of stream to unblock writers. On the client side.
ctxDone <-chan struct{} // same as done chan but for server side. Cache of ctx.Done() (for performance)
method string // the associated RPC method of the stream
recvCompress string
sendCompress string
buf *recvBuffer
trReader io.Reader
fc *inFlow
wq *writeQuota
// Callback to state application's intentions to read data. This
// is used to adjust flow control, if needed.
requestRead func(int)
headerChan chan struct{} // closed to indicate the end of header metadata.
headerChanClosed uint32 // set when headerChan is closed. Used to avoid closing headerChan multiple times.
// hdrMu protects header and trailer metadata on the server-side.
hdrMu sync.Mutex
// On client side, header keeps the received header metadata.
//
// On server side, header keeps the header set by SetHeader(). The complete
// header will merged into this after t.WriteHeader() is called.
header metadata.MD
trailer metadata.MD // the key-value map of trailer metadata.
noHeaders bool // set if the client never received headers (set only after the stream is done).
// On the server-side, headerSent is atomically set to 1 when the headers are sent out.
headerSent uint32
state streamState
// On client-side it is the status error received from the server.
// On server-side it is unused.
status *status.Status
bytesReceived uint32 // indicates whether any bytes have been received on this stream
unprocessed uint32 // set if the server sends a refused stream or GOAWAY including this stream
// contentSubtype is the content-subtype for requests.
// this must be lowercase or the behavior is undefined.
contentSubtype string
}
// isHeaderSent is only valid on the server-side.
func (s *Stream) isHeaderSent() bool {
return atomic.LoadUint32(&s.headerSent) == 1
}
// updateHeaderSent updates headerSent and returns true
// if it was alreay set. It is valid only on server-side.
func (s *Stream) updateHeaderSent() bool {
return atomic.SwapUint32(&s.headerSent, 1) == 1
}
func (s *Stream) swapState(st streamState) streamState {
return streamState(atomic.SwapUint32((*uint32)(&s.state), uint32(st)))
}
func (s *Stream) compareAndSwapState(oldState, newState streamState) bool {
return atomic.CompareAndSwapUint32((*uint32)(&s.state), uint32(oldState), uint32(newState))
}
func (s *Stream) getState() streamState {
return streamState(atomic.LoadUint32((*uint32)(&s.state)))
}
func (s *Stream) waitOnHeader() error {
if s.headerChan == nil {
// On the server headerChan is always nil since a stream originates
// only after having received headers.
return nil
}
select {
case <-s.ctx.Done():
// We prefer success over failure when reading messages because we delay
// context error in stream.Read(). To keep behavior consistent, we also
// prefer success here.
select {
case <-s.headerChan:
return nil
default:
}
return ContextErr(s.ctx.Err())
case <-s.headerChan:
return nil
}
}
// RecvCompress returns the compression algorithm applied to the inbound
// message. It is empty string if there is no compression applied.
func (s *Stream) RecvCompress() string {
if err := s.waitOnHeader(); err != nil {
return ""
}
return s.recvCompress
}
// SetSendCompress sets the compression algorithm to the stream.
func (s *Stream) SetSendCompress(str string) {
s.sendCompress = str
}
// Done returns a channel which is closed when it receives the final status
// from the server.
func (s *Stream) Done() <-chan struct{} {
return s.done
}
// Header returns the header metadata of the stream.
//
// On client side, it acquires the key-value pairs of header metadata once it is
// available. It blocks until i) the metadata is ready or ii) there is no header
// metadata or iii) the stream is canceled/expired.
//
// On server side, it returns the out header after t.WriteHeader is called.
func (s *Stream) Header() (metadata.MD, error) {
if s.headerChan == nil && s.header != nil {
// On server side, return the header in stream. It will be the out
// header after t.WriteHeader is called.
return s.header.Copy(), nil
}
err := s.waitOnHeader()
// Even if the stream is closed, header is returned if available.
select {
case <-s.headerChan:
if s.header == nil {
return nil, nil
}
return s.header.Copy(), nil
default:
}
return nil, err
}
// TrailersOnly blocks until a header or trailers-only frame is received and
// then returns true if the stream was trailers-only. If the stream ends
// before headers are received, returns true, nil. If a context error happens
// first, returns it as a status error. Client-side only.
func (s *Stream) TrailersOnly() (bool, error) {
err := s.waitOnHeader()
if err != nil {
return false, err
}
return s.noHeaders, nil
}
// Trailer returns the cached trailer metedata. Note that if it is not called
// after the entire stream is done, it could return an empty MD. Client
// side only.
// It can be safely read only after stream has ended that is either read
// or write have returned io.EOF.
func (s *Stream) Trailer() metadata.MD {
c := s.trailer.Copy()
return c
}
// ContentSubtype returns the content-subtype for a request. For example, a
// content-subtype of "proto" will result in a content-type of
// "application/grpc+proto". This will always be lowercase. See
// https://github.com/grpc/grpc/blob/master/doc/PROTOCOL-HTTP2.md#requests for
// more details.
func (s *Stream) ContentSubtype() string {
return s.contentSubtype
}
// Context returns the context of the stream.
func (s *Stream) Context() context.Context {
return s.ctx
}
// Method returns the method for the stream.
func (s *Stream) Method() string {
return s.method
}
// Status returns the status received from the server.
// Status can be read safely only after the stream has ended,
// that is, after Done() is closed.
func (s *Stream) Status() *status.Status {
return s.status
}
// SetHeader sets the header metadata. This can be called multiple times.
// Server side only.
// This should not be called in parallel to other data writes.
func (s *Stream) SetHeader(md metadata.MD) error {
if md.Len() == 0 {
return nil
}
if s.isHeaderSent() || s.getState() == streamDone {
return ErrIllegalHeaderWrite
}
s.hdrMu.Lock()
s.header = metadata.Join(s.header, md)
s.hdrMu.Unlock()
return nil
}
// SendHeader sends the given header metadata. The given metadata is
// combined with any metadata set by previous calls to SetHeader and
// then written to the transport stream.
func (s *Stream) SendHeader(md metadata.MD) error {
return s.st.WriteHeader(s, md)
}
// SetTrailer sets the trailer metadata which will be sent with the RPC status
// by the server. This can be called multiple times. Server side only.
// This should not be called parallel to other data writes.
func (s *Stream) SetTrailer(md metadata.MD) error {
if md.Len() == 0 {
return nil
}
if s.getState() == streamDone {
return ErrIllegalHeaderWrite
}
s.hdrMu.Lock()
s.trailer = metadata.Join(s.trailer, md)
s.hdrMu.Unlock()
return nil
}
func (s *Stream) write(m recvMsg) {
s.buf.put(m)
}
// Read reads all p bytes from the wire for this stream.
func (s *Stream) Read(p []byte) (n int, err error) {
// Don't request a read if there was an error earlier
if er := s.trReader.(*transportReader).er; er != nil {
return 0, er
}
s.requestRead(len(p))
return io.ReadFull(s.trReader, p)
}
// tranportReader reads all the data available for this Stream from the transport and
// passes them into the decoder, which converts them into a gRPC message stream.
// The error is io.EOF when the stream is done or another non-nil error if
// the stream broke.
type transportReader struct {
reader io.Reader
// The handler to control the window update procedure for both this
// particular stream and the associated transport.
windowHandler func(int)
er error
}
func (t *transportReader) Read(p []byte) (n int, err error) {
n, err = t.reader.Read(p)
if err != nil {
t.er = err
return
}
t.windowHandler(n)
return
}
// BytesReceived indicates whether any bytes have been received on this stream.
func (s *Stream) BytesReceived() bool {
return atomic.LoadUint32(&s.bytesReceived) == 1
}
// Unprocessed indicates whether the server did not process this stream --
// i.e. it sent a refused stream or GOAWAY including this stream ID.
func (s *Stream) Unprocessed() bool {
return atomic.LoadUint32(&s.unprocessed) == 1
}
// GoString is implemented by Stream so context.String() won't
// race when printing %#v.
func (s *Stream) GoString() string {
return fmt.Sprintf("<stream: %p, %v>", s, s.method)
}
// state of transport
type transportState int
const (
reachable transportState = iota
closing
draining
)
// ServerConfig consists of all the configurations to establish a server transport.
type ServerConfig struct {
MaxStreams uint32
AuthInfo credentials.AuthInfo
InTapHandle tap.ServerInHandle
StatsHandler stats.Handler
KeepaliveParams keepalive.ServerParameters
KeepalivePolicy keepalive.EnforcementPolicy
InitialWindowSize int32
InitialConnWindowSize int32
WriteBufferSize int
ReadBufferSize int
ChannelzParentID int64
MaxHeaderListSize *uint32
}
// NewServerTransport creates a ServerTransport with conn or non-nil error
// if it fails.
func NewServerTransport(protocol string, conn net.Conn, config *ServerConfig) (ServerTransport, error) {
return newHTTP2Server(conn, config)
}
// ConnectOptions covers all relevant options for communicating with the server.
type ConnectOptions struct {
// UserAgent is the application user agent.
UserAgent string
// Dialer specifies how to dial a network address.
Dialer func(context.Context, string) (net.Conn, error)
// FailOnNonTempDialError specifies if gRPC fails on non-temporary dial errors.
FailOnNonTempDialError bool
// PerRPCCredentials stores the PerRPCCredentials required to issue RPCs.
PerRPCCredentials []credentials.PerRPCCredentials
// TransportCredentials stores the Authenticator required to setup a client
// connection. Only one of TransportCredentials and CredsBundle is non-nil.
TransportCredentials credentials.TransportCredentials
// CredsBundle is the credentials bundle to be used. Only one of
// TransportCredentials and CredsBundle is non-nil.
CredsBundle credentials.Bundle
// KeepaliveParams stores the keepalive parameters.
KeepaliveParams keepalive.ClientParameters
// StatsHandler stores the handler for stats.
StatsHandler stats.Handler
// InitialWindowSize sets the initial window size for a stream.
InitialWindowSize int32
// InitialConnWindowSize sets the initial window size for a connection.
InitialConnWindowSize int32
// WriteBufferSize sets the size of write buffer which in turn determines how much data can be batched before it's written on the wire.
WriteBufferSize int
// ReadBufferSize sets the size of read buffer, which in turn determines how much data can be read at most for one read syscall.
ReadBufferSize int
// ChannelzParentID sets the addrConn id which initiate the creation of this client transport.
ChannelzParentID int64
// MaxHeaderListSize sets the max (uncompressed) size of header list that is prepared to be received.
MaxHeaderListSize *uint32
}
// TargetInfo contains the information of the target such as network address and metadata.
type TargetInfo struct {
Addr string
Metadata interface{}
Authority string
}
// NewClientTransport establishes the transport with the required ConnectOptions
// and returns it to the caller.
func NewClientTransport(connectCtx, ctx context.Context, target TargetInfo, opts ConnectOptions, onPrefaceReceipt func(), onGoAway func(GoAwayReason), onClose func()) (ClientTransport, error) {
return newHTTP2Client(connectCtx, ctx, target, opts, onPrefaceReceipt, onGoAway, onClose)
}
// Options provides additional hints and information for message
// transmission.
type Options struct {
// Last indicates whether this write is the last piece for
// this stream.
Last bool
}
// CallHdr carries the information of a particular RPC.
type CallHdr struct {
// Host specifies the peer's host.
Host string
// Method specifies the operation to perform.
Method string
// SendCompress specifies the compression algorithm applied on
// outbound message.
SendCompress string
// Creds specifies credentials.PerRPCCredentials for a call.
Creds credentials.PerRPCCredentials
// ContentSubtype specifies the content-subtype for a request. For example, a
// content-subtype of "proto" will result in a content-type of
// "application/grpc+proto". The value of ContentSubtype must be all
// lowercase, otherwise the behavior is undefined. See
// https://github.com/grpc/grpc/blob/master/doc/PROTOCOL-HTTP2.md#requests
// for more details.
ContentSubtype string
PreviousAttempts int // value of grpc-previous-rpc-attempts header to set
}
// ClientTransport is the common interface for all gRPC client-side transport
// implementations.
type ClientTransport interface {
// Close tears down this transport. Once it returns, the transport
// should not be accessed any more. The caller must make sure this
// is called only once.
Close() error
// GracefulClose starts to tear down the transport: the transport will stop
// accepting new RPCs and NewStream will return error. Once all streams are
// finished, the transport will close.
//
// It does not block.
GracefulClose()
// Write sends the data for the given stream. A nil stream indicates
// the write is to be performed on the transport as a whole.
Write(s *Stream, hdr []byte, data []byte, opts *Options) error
// NewStream creates a Stream for an RPC.
NewStream(ctx context.Context, callHdr *CallHdr) (*Stream, error)
// CloseStream clears the footprint of a stream when the stream is
// not needed any more. The err indicates the error incurred when
// CloseStream is called. Must be called when a stream is finished
// unless the associated transport is closing.
CloseStream(stream *Stream, err error)
// Error returns a channel that is closed when some I/O error
// happens. Typically the caller should have a goroutine to monitor
// this in order to take action (e.g., close the current transport
// and create a new one) in error case. It should not return nil
// once the transport is initiated.
Error() <-chan struct{}
// GoAway returns a channel that is closed when ClientTransport
// receives the draining signal from the server (e.g., GOAWAY frame in
// HTTP/2).
GoAway() <-chan struct{}
// GetGoAwayReason returns the reason why GoAway frame was received.
GetGoAwayReason() GoAwayReason
// RemoteAddr returns the remote network address.
RemoteAddr() net.Addr
// IncrMsgSent increments the number of message sent through this transport.
IncrMsgSent()
// IncrMsgRecv increments the number of message received through this transport.
IncrMsgRecv()
}
// ServerTransport is the common interface for all gRPC server-side transport
// implementations.
//
// Methods may be called concurrently from multiple goroutines, but
// Write methods for a given Stream will be called serially.
type ServerTransport interface {
// HandleStreams receives incoming streams using the given handler.
HandleStreams(func(*Stream), func(context.Context, string) context.Context)
// WriteHeader sends the header metadata for the given stream.
// WriteHeader may not be called on all streams.
WriteHeader(s *Stream, md metadata.MD) error
// Write sends the data for the given stream.
// Write may not be called on all streams.
Write(s *Stream, hdr []byte, data []byte, opts *Options) error
// WriteStatus sends the status of a stream to the client. WriteStatus is
// the final call made on a stream and always occurs.
WriteStatus(s *Stream, st *status.Status) error
// Close tears down the transport. Once it is called, the transport
// should not be accessed any more. All the pending streams and their
// handlers will be terminated asynchronously.
Close() error
// RemoteAddr returns the remote network address.
RemoteAddr() net.Addr
// Drain notifies the client this ServerTransport stops accepting new RPCs.
Drain()
// IncrMsgSent increments the number of message sent through this transport.
IncrMsgSent()
// IncrMsgRecv increments the number of message received through this transport.
IncrMsgRecv()
}
// connectionErrorf creates an ConnectionError with the specified error description.
func connectionErrorf(temp bool, e error, format string, a ...interface{}) ConnectionError {
return ConnectionError{
Desc: fmt.Sprintf(format, a...),
temp: temp,
err: e,
}
}
// ConnectionError is an error that results in the termination of the
// entire connection and the retry of all the active streams.
type ConnectionError struct {
Desc string
temp bool
err error
}
func (e ConnectionError) Error() string {
return fmt.Sprintf("connection error: desc = %q", e.Desc)
}
// Temporary indicates if this connection error is temporary or fatal.
func (e ConnectionError) Temporary() bool {
return e.temp
}
// Origin returns the original error of this connection error.
func (e ConnectionError) Origin() error {
// Never return nil error here.
// If the original error is nil, return itself.
if e.err == nil {
return e
}
return e.err
}
var (
// ErrConnClosing indicates that the transport is closing.
ErrConnClosing = connectionErrorf(true, nil, "transport is closing")
// errStreamDrain indicates that the stream is rejected because the
// connection is draining. This could be caused by goaway or balancer
// removing the address.
errStreamDrain = status.Error(codes.Unavailable, "the connection is draining")
// errStreamDone is returned from write at the client side to indiacte application
// layer of an error.
errStreamDone = errors.New("the stream is done")
// StatusGoAway indicates that the server sent a GOAWAY that included this
// stream's ID in unprocessed RPCs.
statusGoAway = status.New(codes.Unavailable, "the stream is rejected because server is draining the connection")
)
// GoAwayReason contains the reason for the GoAway frame received.
type GoAwayReason uint8
const (
// GoAwayInvalid indicates that no GoAway frame is received.
GoAwayInvalid GoAwayReason = 0
// GoAwayNoReason is the default value when GoAway frame is received.
GoAwayNoReason GoAwayReason = 1
// GoAwayTooManyPings indicates that a GoAway frame with
// ErrCodeEnhanceYourCalm was received and that the debug data said
// "too_many_pings".
GoAwayTooManyPings GoAwayReason = 2
)
// channelzData is used to store channelz related data for http2Client and http2Server.
// These fields cannot be embedded in the original structs (e.g. http2Client), since to do atomic
// operation on int64 variable on 32-bit machine, user is responsible to enforce memory alignment.
// Here, by grouping those int64 fields inside a struct, we are enforcing the alignment.
type channelzData struct {
kpCount int64
// The number of streams that have started, including already finished ones.
streamsStarted int64
// Client side: The number of streams that have ended successfully by receiving
// EoS bit set frame from server.
// Server side: The number of streams that have ended successfully by sending
// frame with EoS bit set.
streamsSucceeded int64
streamsFailed int64
// lastStreamCreatedTime stores the timestamp that the last stream gets created. It is of int64 type
// instead of time.Time since it's more costly to atomically update time.Time variable than int64
// variable. The same goes for lastMsgSentTime and lastMsgRecvTime.
lastStreamCreatedTime int64
msgSent int64
msgRecv int64
lastMsgSentTime int64
lastMsgRecvTime int64
}
// ContextErr converts the error from context package into a status error.
func ContextErr(err error) error {
switch err {
case context.DeadlineExceeded:
return status.Error(codes.DeadlineExceeded, err.Error())
case context.Canceled:
return status.Error(codes.Canceled, err.Error())
}
return status.Errorf(codes.Internal, "Unexpected error from context packet: %v", err)
}
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