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# Copyright 2000,2001 by Timothy O'Malley <timo@alum.mit.edu>
#
# All Rights Reserved
#
# Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software
# and its documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby
# granted, provided that the above copyright notice appear in all
# copies and that both that copyright notice and this permission
# notice appear in supporting documentation, and that the name of
# Timothy O'Malley not be used in advertising or publicity
# pertaining to distribution of the software without specific, written
# prior permission.
#
# Timothy O'Malley DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS
# SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
# AND FITNESS, IN NO EVENT SHALL Timothy O'Malley BE LIABLE FOR
# ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES
# WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS,
# WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS
# ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR
# PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
#
####
"""Timeout Socket
This module enables a timeout mechanism on all TCP connections. It
does this by inserting a shim into the socket module. After this module
has been imported, all socket creation goes through this shim. As a
result, every TCP connection will support a timeout.
The beauty of this method is that it immediately and transparently
enables the entire python library to support timeouts on TCP sockets.
As an example, if you wanted to SMTP connections to have a 20 second
timeout:
import timeoutsocket
import smtplib
timeoutsocket.setDefaultSocketTimeout(20)
The timeout applies to the socket functions that normally block on
execution: read, write, connect, and accept. If any of these
operations exceeds the specified timeout, the exception Timeout
will be raised.
The default timeout value is set to None. As a result, importing
this module does not change the default behavior of a socket. The
timeout mechanism only activates when the timeout has been set to
a numeric value. (This behavior mimics the behavior of the
select.select() function.)
This module implements two classes: TimeoutSocket and TimeoutFile.
The TimeoutSocket class defines a socket-like object that attempts to
avoid the condition where a socket may block indefinitely. The
TimeoutSocket class raises a Timeout exception whenever the
current operation delays too long.
The TimeoutFile class defines a file-like object that uses the TimeoutSocket
class. When the makefile() method of TimeoutSocket is called, it returns
an instance of a TimeoutFile.
Each of these objects adds two methods to manage the timeout value:
get_timeout() --> returns the timeout of the socket or file
set_timeout() --> sets the timeout of the socket or file
As an example, one might use the timeout feature to create httplib
connections that will timeout after 30 seconds:
import timeoutsocket
import httplib
H = httplib.HTTP("www.python.org")
H.sock.set_timeout(30)
Note: When used in this manner, the connect() routine may still
block because it happens before the timeout is set. To avoid
this, use the 'timeoutsocket.setDefaultSocketTimeout()' function.
Good Luck!
"""
__version__ = "$Revision: 1.1.1.1 $"
__author__ = "Timothy O'Malley <timo@alum.mit.edu>"
#
# Imports
#
import select, string
import socket
if not hasattr(socket, "_no_timeoutsocket"):
_socket = socket.socket
else:
_socket = socket._no_timeoutsocket
#
# Set up constants to test for Connected and Blocking operations.
# We delete 'os' and 'errno' to keep our namespace clean(er).
# Thanks to Alex Martelli and G. Li for the Windows error codes.
#
import os
if os.name == "nt":
_IsConnected = ( 10022, 10056 )
_ConnectBusy = ( 10035, )
_AcceptBusy = ( 10035, )
else:
import errno
_IsConnected = ( errno.EISCONN, )
_ConnectBusy = ( errno.EINPROGRESS, errno.EALREADY, errno.EWOULDBLOCK )
_AcceptBusy = ( errno.EAGAIN, errno.EWOULDBLOCK )
del errno
del os
#
# Default timeout value for ALL TimeoutSockets
#
_DefaultTimeout = None
def setDefaultSocketTimeout(timeout):
global _DefaultTimeout
_DefaultTimeout = timeout
def getDefaultSocketTimeout():
return _DefaultTimeout
#
# Exceptions for socket errors and timeouts
#
Error = socket.error
class Timeout(Exception):
pass
#
# Factory function
#
from socket import AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM
def timeoutsocket(family=AF_INET, type=SOCK_STREAM, proto=None):
if family != AF_INET or type != SOCK_STREAM:
if proto:
return _socket(family, type, proto)
else:
return _socket(family, type)
return TimeoutSocket( _socket(family, type), _DefaultTimeout )
# end timeoutsocket
#
# The TimeoutSocket class definition
#
class TimeoutSocket:
"""TimeoutSocket object
Implements a socket-like object that raises Timeout whenever
an operation takes too long.
The definition of 'too long' can be changed using the
set_timeout() method.
"""
_copies = 0
_blocking = 1
def __init__(self, sock, timeout):
self._sock = sock
self._timeout = timeout
# end __init__
def __getattr__(self, key):
return getattr(self._sock, key)
# end __getattr__
def get_timeout(self):
return self._timeout
# end set_timeout
def set_timeout(self, timeout=None):
self._timeout = timeout
# end set_timeout
def setblocking(self, blocking):
self._blocking = blocking
return self._sock.setblocking(blocking)
# end set_timeout
def connect_ex(self, addr):
errcode = 0
try:
self.connect(addr)
except Error, why:
errcode = why[0]
return errcode
# end connect_ex
def connect(self, addr, port=None, dumbhack=None):
# In case we were called as connect(host, port)
if port != None: addr = (addr, port)
# Shortcuts
sock = self._sock
timeout = self._timeout
blocking = self._blocking
# First, make a non-blocking call to connect
try:
sock.setblocking(0)
sock.connect(addr)
sock.setblocking(blocking)
return
except Error, why:
# Set the socket's blocking mode back
sock.setblocking(blocking)
# If we are not blocking, re-raise
if not blocking:
raise
# If we are already connected, then return success.
# If we got a genuine error, re-raise it.
errcode = why[0]
if dumbhack and errcode in _IsConnected:
return
elif errcode not in _ConnectBusy:
raise
# Now, wait for the connect to happen
# ONLY if dumbhack indicates this is pass number one.
# If select raises an error, we pass it on.
# Is this the right behavior?
if not dumbhack:
r,w,e = select.select([], [sock], [], timeout)
if w:
return self.connect(addr, dumbhack=1)
# If we get here, then we should raise Timeout
raise Timeout("Attempted connect to %s timed out." % str(addr) )
# end connect
def accept(self, dumbhack=None):
# Shortcuts
sock = self._sock
timeout = self._timeout
blocking = self._blocking
# First, make a non-blocking call to accept
# If we get a valid result, then convert the
# accept'ed socket into a TimeoutSocket.
# Be carefult about the blocking mode of ourselves.
try:
sock.setblocking(0)
newsock, addr = sock.accept()
sock.setblocking(blocking)
timeoutnewsock = self.__class__(newsock, timeout)
timeoutnewsock.setblocking(blocking)
return (timeoutnewsock, addr)
except Error, why:
# Set the socket's blocking mode back
sock.setblocking(blocking)
# If we are not supposed to block, then re-raise
if not blocking:
raise
# If we got a genuine error, re-raise it.
errcode = why[0]
if errcode not in _AcceptBusy:
raise
# Now, wait for the accept to happen
# ONLY if dumbhack indicates this is pass number one.
# If select raises an error, we pass it on.
# Is this the right behavior?
if not dumbhack:
r,w,e = select.select([sock], [], [], timeout)
if r:
return self.accept(dumbhack=1)
# If we get here, then we should raise Timeout
raise Timeout("Attempted accept timed out.")
# end accept
def send(self, data, flags=0):
sock = self._sock
if self._blocking:
r,w,e = select.select([],[sock],[], self._timeout)
if not w:
raise Timeout("Send timed out")
return sock.send(data, flags)
# end send
def recv(self, bufsize, flags=0):
sock = self._sock
if self._blocking:
r,w,e = select.select([sock], [], [], self._timeout)
if not r:
raise Timeout("Recv timed out")
return sock.recv(bufsize, flags)
# end recv
def makefile(self, flags="r", bufsize=-1):
self._copies = self._copies +1
return TimeoutFile(self, flags, bufsize)
# end makefile
def close(self):
if self._copies <= 0:
self._sock.close()
else:
self._copies = self._copies -1
# end close
# end TimeoutSocket
class TimeoutFile:
"""TimeoutFile object
Implements a file-like object on top of TimeoutSocket.
"""
def __init__(self, sock, mode="r", bufsize=4096):
self._sock = sock
self._bufsize = 4096
if bufsize > 0: self._bufsize = bufsize
if not hasattr(sock, "_inqueue"): self._sock._inqueue = ""
# end __init__
def __getattr__(self, key):
return getattr(self._sock, key)
# end __getattr__
def close(self):
self._sock.close()
self._sock = None
# end close
def write(self, data):
self.send(data)
# end write
def read(self, size=-1):
_sock = self._sock
_bufsize = self._bufsize
while 1:
datalen = len(_sock._inqueue)
if datalen >= size >= 0:
break
bufsize = _bufsize
if size > 0:
bufsize = min(bufsize, size - datalen )
buf = self.recv(bufsize)
if not buf:
break
_sock._inqueue = _sock._inqueue + buf
data = _sock._inqueue
_sock._inqueue = ""
if size > 0 and datalen > size:
_sock._inqueue = data[size:]
data = data[:size]
return data
# end read
def readline(self, size=-1):
_sock = self._sock
_bufsize = self._bufsize
while 1:
idx = string.find(_sock._inqueue, "\n")
if idx >= 0:
break
datalen = len(_sock._inqueue)
if datalen >= size >= 0:
break
bufsize = _bufsize
if size > 0:
bufsize = min(bufsize, size - datalen )
buf = self.recv(bufsize)
if not buf:
break
_sock._inqueue = _sock._inqueue + buf
data = _sock._inqueue
_sock._inqueue = ""
if idx >= 0:
idx = idx + 1
_sock._inqueue = data[idx:]
data = data[:idx]
elif size > 0 and datalen > size:
_sock._inqueue = data[size:]
data = data[:size]
return data
# end readline
def readlines(self, sizehint=-1):
result = []
data = self.read()
while data:
idx = string.find(data, "\n")
if idx >= 0:
idx = idx + 1
result.append( data[:idx] )
data = data[idx:]
else:
result.append( data )
data = ""
return result
# end readlines
def flush(self): pass
# end TimeoutFile
#
# Silently replace the socket() builtin function with
# our timeoutsocket() definition.
#
if not hasattr(socket, "_no_timeoutsocket"):
socket._no_timeoutsocket = socket.socket
socket.socket = timeoutsocket
del socket
socket = timeoutsocket
# Finis
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