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package Twiggy::Server;
use strict;
use warnings;
use Scalar::Util qw(blessed weaken);
use Try::Tiny;
use Carp;
use Socket qw(IPPROTO_TCP TCP_NODELAY);
use Errno qw(EAGAIN EINTR);
use IO::Handle;
use AnyEvent;
use AnyEvent::Handle;
use AnyEvent::Socket;
use AnyEvent::Util qw(WSAEWOULDBLOCK);
use HTTP::Status;
use HTTP::Parser::XS qw(parse_http_request);
use Plack::Util;
use constant DEBUG => $ENV{TWIGGY_DEBUG};
use constant HAS_AIO => !$ENV{PLACK_NO_SENDFILE} && try {
require AnyEvent::AIO;
require IO::AIO;
1;
};
open my $null_io, '<', \'';
sub new {
my($class, @args) = @_;
return bless {
no_delay => 1,
timeout => 300,
@args,
}, $class;
}
sub register_service {
my($self, $app) = @_;
my @listen = @{$self->{listen} || [ ($self->{host} || '') . ":$self->{port}" ]};
for my $listen (@listen) {
push @{$self->{listen_guards}}, $self->_create_tcp_server($listen, $app);
}
}
sub _create_tcp_server {
my ( $self, $listen, $app ) = @_;
my($host, $port, $is_tcp);
if ($listen =~ /:\d+$/) {
($host, $port) = split /:/, $listen;
$host = undef if $host eq '';
$is_tcp = 1;
} else {
$host = "unix/";
$port = $listen;
}
return tcp_server $host, $port, $self->_accept_handler($app, $is_tcp), sub {
my ( $fh, $host, $port ) = @_;
DEBUG && warn "Listening on $host:$port\n";
$self->{prepared_host} = $host;
$self->{prepared_port} = $port;
$self->{server_ready}->({
host => $host,
port => $port,
server_software => 'Twiggy',
}) if $self->{server_ready};
return $self->{backlog} || 0;
};
}
sub _accept_handler {
my ( $self, $app, $is_tcp ) = @_;
return sub {
my ( $sock, $peer_host, $peer_port ) = @_;
DEBUG && warn "$sock Accepted connection from $peer_host:$peer_port\n";
return unless $sock;
$self->{exit_guard}->begin;
if ( $is_tcp && $self->{no_delay} ) {
setsockopt($sock, IPPROTO_TCP, TCP_NODELAY, 1)
or die "setsockopt(TCP_NODELAY) failed:$!";
}
my $headers = "";
my $timeout_timer = AE::timer($self->{timeout}, 0, sub {
DEBUG && warn "$sock Timeout $peer_host:$peer_port\n";
close $sock;
}) if $self->{timeout};
my $try_parse = sub {
if ( $self->_try_read_headers($sock, $headers) ) {
undef $timeout_timer;
my $env = {
SERVER_PORT => $self->{prepared_port},
SERVER_NAME => $self->{prepared_host},
SCRIPT_NAME => '',
REMOTE_ADDR => $peer_host,
'psgi.version' => [ 1, 0 ],
'psgi.errors' => *STDERR,
'psgi.url_scheme' => 'http',
'psgi.nonblocking' => Plack::Util::TRUE,
'psgi.streaming' => Plack::Util::TRUE,
'psgi.run_once' => Plack::Util::FALSE,
'psgi.multithread' => Plack::Util::FALSE,
'psgi.multiprocess' => Plack::Util::FALSE,
'psgi.input' => undef, # will be set by _run_app()
'psgix.io' => $sock,
'psgix.input.buffered' => Plack::Util::TRUE,
};
my $reqlen = parse_http_request($headers, $env);
DEBUG && warn "$sock Parsed HTTP headers: request length=$reqlen\n";
if ( $reqlen < 0 ) {
die "bad request";
} else {
return $env;
}
}
return;
};
local $@;
unless ( eval {
if ( my $env = $try_parse->() ) {
# the request data is already available, no need to parse more
$self->_run_app($app, $env, $sock);
} else {
# there's not yet enough data to parse the request,
# set up a watcher
$self->_create_req_parsing_watcher( $sock, $try_parse, $app );
};
1;
}) {
$self->_bad_request($sock);
}
};
}
# returns a closure that tries to parse
# this is not a method because it needs a buffer per socket
sub _try_read_headers {
my ( $self, $sock, undef ) = @_;
return unless defined fileno $sock;
# FIXME add a timer to manage read timeouts
local $/ = "\012";
read_more: for my $headers ( $_[2] ) {
if ( defined(my $line = <$sock>) ) {
$headers .= $line;
if ( $line eq "\015\012" or $line eq "\012" ) {
# got an empty line, we're done reading the headers
return 1;
} else {
# try to read more lines using buffered IO
redo read_more;
}
} elsif ($! and $! != EAGAIN && $! != EINTR && $! != WSAEWOULDBLOCK ) {
die $!;
} elsif (!$!) {
die "client disconnected";
}
}
DEBUG && warn "$sock did not read to end of req, wait for more data to arrive\n";
return;
}
sub _create_req_parsing_watcher {
my ( $self, $sock, $try_parse, $app ) = @_;
my $headers_io_watcher;
$headers_io_watcher = AE::io $sock, 0, sub {
try {
if ( my $env = $try_parse->() ) {
undef $headers_io_watcher;
$self->_run_app($app, $env, $sock);
}
} catch {
undef $headers_io_watcher;
$self->_bad_request($sock);
}
};
}
sub _bad_request {
my ( $self, $sock ) = @_;
$self->_write_psgi_response(
$sock,
[
400,
[ 'Content-Type' => 'text/plain' ],
[ ],
],
);
return;
}
sub _read_chunk {
my ($self, $sock, $remaining, $cb) = @_;
my $data = '';
my $read_cb; $read_cb = sub {
my $rlen = read($sock, $data, $remaining, length($data));
if (defined $rlen and $rlen > 0) {
$remaining -= $rlen;
if ($remaining <= 0) {
undef $read_cb;
$cb->($data);
}
} elsif (defined $rlen) {
undef $read_cb;
$cb->($data);
} elsif ($! and $! != EAGAIN && $! != EINTR && $! != WSAEWOULDBLOCK) {
die $!;
}
};
$read_cb->();
if ($read_cb) {
my $rw; $rw = AE::io($sock, 0, sub {
try {
$read_cb->();
undef $rw unless $read_cb;
} catch {
undef $rw;
$self->_bad_request($sock);
};
});
}
}
sub _run_app {
my($self, $app, $env, $sock) = @_;
unless ($env->{'psgi.input'}) {
if ($env->{CONTENT_LENGTH} && $env->{REQUEST_METHOD} =~ /^(?:POST|PUT)$/) {
$self->_read_chunk($sock, $env->{CONTENT_LENGTH}, sub {
my ($data) = @_;
open my $input, '<', \$data;
$env->{'psgi.input'} = $input;
$self->_run_app($app, $env, $sock);
});
return;
} else {
$env->{'psgi.input'} = $null_io;
}
}
my $res = Plack::Util::run_app $app, $env;
if ( ref $res eq 'ARRAY' ) {
$self->_write_psgi_response($sock, $res);
} elsif ( blessed($res) and $res->isa("AnyEvent::CondVar") ) {
$res->cb(sub { $self->_write_psgi_response($sock, shift->recv) });
} elsif ( ref $res eq 'CODE' ) {
$res->(
sub {
my $res = shift;
if ( @$res < 2 ) {
croak "Insufficient arguments";
} elsif ( @$res == 2 ) {
my ( $status, $headers ) = @$res;
$self->_flush($sock);
my $writer = Twiggy::Writer->new($sock, $self->{exit_guard});
my $buf = $self->_format_headers($status, $headers);
$writer->write($$buf);
return $writer;
} else {
my ( $status, $headers, $body, $post ) = @$res;
my $cv = $self->_write_psgi_response($sock, [ $status, $headers, $body ]);
$cv->cb(sub { $post->() }) if $post;
}
},
$sock,
);
} else {
croak("Unknown response type: $res");
}
}
sub _write_psgi_response {
my ( $self, $sock, $res ) = @_;
if ( ref $res eq 'ARRAY' ) {
if ( scalar @$res == 0 ) {
# no response
$self->{exit_guard}->end;
return;
}
my ( $status, $headers, $body ) = @$res;
my $cv = AE::cv;
$self->_write_headers( $sock, $status, $headers )->cb(sub {
local $@;
if ( eval { $_[0]->recv; 1 } ) {
$self->_write_body($sock, $body)->cb(sub {
shutdown $sock, 1;
$self->{exit_guard}->end;
local $@;
eval { $cv->send($_[0]->recv); 1 } or $cv->croak($@);
});
}
});
return $cv;
} else {
no warnings 'uninitialized';
warn "Unknown response type: $res";
return $self->_write_psgi_response($sock, [ 204, [], [] ]);
}
}
sub _write_headers {
my ( $self, $sock, $status, $headers ) = @_;
$self->_write_buf( $sock, $self->_format_headers($status, $headers) );
}
sub _format_headers {
my ( $self, $status, $headers ) = @_;
my $hdr = sprintf "HTTP/1.0 %d %s\015\012", $status, HTTP::Status::status_message($status);
my $i = 0;
my @delim = ("\015\012", ": ");
foreach my $str ( @$headers ) {
$hdr .= $str . $delim[++$i % 2];
}
$hdr .= "\015\012";
return \$hdr;
}
# this flushes just the output buffer, not the input buffer (unlike
# $handle->flush)
sub _flush {
my ( $self, $sock ) = @_;
local $| = 1;
print $sock '';
}
# helper routine, similar to push write, but respects buffering, and refcounts
# itself
sub _write_buf {
my($self, $socket, $data) = @_;
no warnings 'uninitialized';
# try writing immediately
if ( (my $written = syswrite($socket, $$data)) < length($$data) ) {
my $done = defined(wantarray) && AE::cv;
# either the write failed or was incomplete
if ( !defined($written) and $! != EAGAIN && $! != EINTR && $! != WSAEWOULDBLOCK) {
# a real write error occured, like EPIPE
$done->croak($!) if $done;
return $done;
}
# the write was either incomplete or a non fatal error occured, so we
# need to set up an IO watcher to wait until we can properly write
my $length = length($$data);
my $write_watcher;
$write_watcher = AE::io $socket, 1, sub {
write_more: {
my $out = syswrite($socket, $$data, $length - $written, $written);
if ( defined($out) ) {
$written += $out;
if ( $written == $length ) {
undef $write_watcher;
$done->send(1) if $done;
} else {
redo write_more;
}
} elsif ($! != EAGAIN && $! != EINTR && $! != WSAEWOULDBLOCK) {
$done->croak($!) if $done;
undef $write_watcher;
}
}
};
return $done;
} elsif ( defined wantarray ) {
my $done = AE::cv;
$done->send(1);
return $done;
}
}
sub _write_body {
my ( $self, $sock, $body ) = @_;
if ( ref $body eq 'ARRAY' ) {
my $buf = join "", @$body;
return $self->_write_buf($sock, \$buf);
} elsif ( Plack::Util::is_real_fh($body) ) {
# real handles use nonblocking IO
# either AIO or using watchers, with sendfile or with copying IO
$self->_write_real_fh($sock, $body);
} elsif ( blessed($body) and $body->can("string_ref") ) {
# optimize IO::String to not use its incredibly slow getline
if ( my $pos = $body->tell ) {
my $str = substr ${ $body->string_ref }, $pos;
return $self->_write_buf($sock, \$str);
} else {
return $self->_write_buf($sock, $body->string_ref);
}
} else {
return $self->_write_fh($sock, $body);
}
}
# like Plack::Util::foreach, but nonblocking on the output
# handle
sub _write_fh {
my ( $self, $sock, $body ) = @_;
my $handle = AnyEvent::Handle->new( fh => $sock );
my $ret = AE::cv;
$handle->on_error(sub {
my $err = $_[2];
$handle->destroy;
$ret->send($err);
});
no warnings 'recursion';
$handle->on_drain(sub {
local $/ = \4096;
if ( defined( my $buf = $body->getline ) ) {
$handle->push_write($buf);
} elsif ( $! ) {
$ret->croak($!);
$handle->destroy;
} else {
$body->close;
$handle->on_drain(sub {
shutdown $handle->fh, 1;
$handle->destroy;
$ret->send(1);
});
}
});
return $ret;
}
# when the body handle is a real filehandle we use this routine, which is more
# careful not to block when reading the response too
# FIXME support only reading $length bytes from $body, instead of until EOF
# FIXME use len = 0 param to sendfile
# FIXME use Sys::Sendfile in nonblocking mode if AIO is not available
# FIXME test sendfile on non file backed handles
sub _write_real_fh {
my ( $self, $sock, $body ) = @_;
if ( HAS_AIO and -s $body ) {
my $cv = AE::cv;
my $offset = 0;
my $length = -s $body;
$sock->blocking(1);
my $sendfile; $sendfile = sub {
IO::AIO::aio_sendfile( $sock, $body, $offset, $length - $offset, sub {
my $ret = shift;
$offset += $ret if $ret > 0;
if ($offset >= $length || ($ret == -1 && ! ($! == EAGAIN || $! == EINTR))) {
if ( $ret == -1 ) {
$cv->croak($!);
} else {
$cv->send(1);
}
undef $sendfile;
undef $sock;
} else {
$sendfile->();
}
});
};
$sendfile->();
return $cv;
} else {
return $self->_write_fh($sock, $body);
}
}
sub run {
my $self = shift;
$self->register_service(@_);
my $exit = $self->{exit_guard} = AE::cv {
# Make sure that we are not listening on a socket anymore, while
# other events are being flushed
delete $self->{listen_guards};
};
$exit->begin;
my $w; $w = AE::signal QUIT => sub { $exit->end; undef $w };
$exit->recv;
}
package Twiggy::Writer;
use AnyEvent::Handle;
sub new {
my ( $class, $socket, $exit ) = @_;
bless { handle => AnyEvent::Handle->new( fh => $socket ), exit_guard => $exit }, $class;
}
sub write { $_[0]{handle}->push_write($_[1]) }
sub close {
my $self = shift;
my $exit_guard = delete $self->{exit_guard};
$exit_guard->end if $exit_guard;
my $handle = delete $self->{handle};
if ($handle) {
$handle->on_drain;
$handle->on_error;
$handle->on_drain(sub {
shutdown $_[0]->fh, 1;
$_[0]->destroy;
undef $handle;
});
}
}
sub DESTROY { $_[0]->close }
package Twiggy::Server;
1;
__END__
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