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#define MOD_LISP_VERSION "2.43"
#define HEADER_STR_LEN 500
/*
Version 2.43
fixed possible memory leak when the connection to the Lisp process fails (Alain Picard)
Set r->mtime directly (Edi Weitz)
Version 2.42
Added "Lisp-Content-Length" header
(send after "Content-Length" header to overwrite its value)
Version 2.41
Case insensitive version of the set-cookie
Version 2.40
Allow more than one Set-Cookie
(it was added in 2.2 but was wrongly removed in 2.35)
Version 2.39
Case insensitive parsing of the Lisp header names
(for compatibility with mod_lisp2)
Version 2.38
New "server-baseversion" and "modlisp-version" headers
(Edi Weitz)
Version 2.37
Create new socket (instead of reusing) if IP/port combo has changed
(Edi Weitz)
Version 2.36
Close Lisp socket (and buffer) if connection is aborted.
Some cleanup.
(Edi Weitz)
Version 2.35
Moved back the LispSocket and UnsafeLispSocket variables as global variables
instead of config struct variables. The struct is reset at each new request
so the sockets were lost instead of reused.
(Found and fixed by Edi Weitz)
Version 2.34
Send the SCRIPT_FILENAME variable to Lisp when it is there.
Version 2.33
Added a couple of new headers like "Log-Notice" and so on.
They are named like the corresponding log levels in httpd_log.h.
The "default" log level (i.e. the one sent by just "Log") has not changed.
(contributed by Edi Weitz)
Version 2.32
Removed duplicate URL header sent to Lisp.
moved server-id header before the user http headers for security.
do not transmit any "end" header that could be sent by an malicious user
(Thanks to Robert Macomber for the security screening)
Version 2.31
Put back the correct handling of replies without known content length.
Reads only the missing number of bytes in the reply when the browser aborts the connection.
Version 2.3
Force Apache to read all the Lisp reply before eventually closing the socket or handling another request.
This avoids trying to write to a closed socket or having Lisp and Apache out of sync.
(contributed by Edi Weitz)
Version 2.2
Allow more than one Set-Cookie
Remaned the win32 dll to mod_lisp.dll
Version 2.1
Added the possibility to add notes in the apache notes table
Removed the socket reuse for the multi-threaded WIN32 apache
Better handling of header only replies
Version 2.0 beta 1
turned mod_lisp from a quick hack to something more clean.
added a lisp -> apache protocol for the reply
added a keep-alive connection between lisp and apache (the connection is not closed each time)
Version 0.92
corrected POST handling
Version 0.91
added several values : method, content-length, content-type
Version 0.90
first release
*/
/* ====================================================================
mod_lisp is based on the example module from the apache distribution,
and various other modules.
It is distributed under a FreeBSD style license (if you want another license contact me)
marc.battyani@fractalconcept.com
Copyright 2000-2004 Marc Battyani.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided
that the following conditions are met:
Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer.
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THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
====================================================================
*/
/* ====================================================================
* Copyright (c) 1995-1999 The Apache Group. All rights reserved.
*
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
* modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
* are met:
*
* 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
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*
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* notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in
* the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
* distribution.
*
* 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this
* software must display the following acknowledgment:
* "This product includes software developed by the Apache Group
* for use in the Apache HTTP server project (http://www.apache.org/)."
*
* 4. The names "Apache Server" and "Apache Group" must not be used to
* endorse or promote products derived from this software without
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* apache@apache.org.
*
* 5. Products derived from this software may not be called "Apache"
* nor may "Apache" appear in their names without prior written
* permission of the Apache Group.
*
* 6. Redistributions of any form whatsoever must retain the following
* acknowledgment:
* "This product includes software developed by the Apache Group
* for use in the Apache HTTP server project (http://www.apache.org/)."
*
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* SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
* NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;
* LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
* HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
* STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
* ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED
* OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
* ====================================================================
*
* This software consists of voluntary contributions made by many
* individuals on behalf of the Apache Group and was originally based
* on public domain software written at the National Center for
* Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
* For more information on the Apache Group and the Apache HTTP server
* project, please see <http://www.apache.org/>.
*
*/
/*
* Apache lisp module. Provide demonstrations of how modules do things.
*
*/
#include "httpd.h"
#include "http_config.h"
#include "http_core.h"
#include "http_log.h"
#include "http_main.h"
#include "http_protocol.h"
#include "http_request.h"
#include "util_script.h"
#include "util_date.h" /* For parseHTTPdate() */
#include <stdio.h>
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* */
/* Data declarations. */
/* */
/* Here are the static cells and structure declarations private to our */
/* module. */
/* */
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*
* Sample configuration record. Used for both per-directory and per-server
* configuration data.
*
* It's perfectly reasonable to have two different structures for the two
* different environments. The same command handlers will be called for
* both, though, so the handlers need to be able to tell them apart. One
* possibility is for both structures to start with an int which is zero for
* one and 1 for the other.
*
* Note that while the per-directory and per-server configuration records are
* available to most of the module handlers, they should be treated as
* READ-ONLY by all except the command and merge handlers. Sometimes handlers
* are handed a record that applies to the current location by implication or
* inheritance, and modifying it will change the rules for other locations.
*/
#define SERVER_IP_STR_LEN 20
#define SERVER_ID_STR_LEN 100
typedef struct excfg {
int cmode; /* Environment to which record applies (directory,
* server, or combination).
*/
#define CONFIG_MODE_SERVER 1
#define CONFIG_MODE_DIRECTORY 2
#define CONFIG_MODE_COMBO 3 /* Shouldn't ever happen. */
int local; /* Boolean: "Lisp" directive declared here? */
int congenital; /* Boolean: did we inherit an "Lisp"? */
char *loc; /* Location to which this record applies. */
int DefaultLispServer; // true if default values;
char LispServerIP[SERVER_IP_STR_LEN];
long LispServerPort;
char LispServerId[SERVER_ID_STR_LEN];
} excfg;
static long LispSocket = 0;
static long UnsafeLispSocket = 0;
static char LispServerIP[SERVER_IP_STR_LEN];
static long LispServerPort;
pool *SocketPool = NULL;
/*
* To avoid leaking memory from pools other than the per-request one, we
* allocate a module-private pool
*/
//static pool *lisp_pool = NULL;
//static pool *lisp_subpool = NULL;
/*
* Declare ourselves so the configuration routines can find and know us.
* We'll fill it in at the end of the module.
*/
module MODULE_VAR_EXPORT lisp_module;
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* */
/* The following pseudo-prototype declarations illustrate the parameters */
/* passed to command handlers for the different types of directive */
/* syntax. If an argument was specified in the directive definition */
/* (look for "command_rec" below), it's available to the command handler */
/* via the (void *) info field in the cmd_parms argument passed to the */
/* handler (cmd->info for the examples below). */
/* */
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*
* Command handler for a NO_ARGS directive.
*
* static const char *handle_NO_ARGS(cmd_parms *cmd, void *mconfig);
*/
/*
* Command handler for a RAW_ARGS directive. The "args" argument is the text
* of the commandline following the directive itself.
*
* static const char *handle_RAW_ARGS(cmd_parms *cmd, void *mconfig,
* const char *args);
*/
/*
* Command handler for a FLAG directive. The single parameter is passed in
* "bool", which is either zero or not for Off or On respectively.
*
* static const char *handle_FLAG(cmd_parms *cmd, void *mconfig, int bool);
*/
/*
* Command handler for a TAKE1 directive. The single parameter is passed in
* "word1".
*
* static const char *handle_TAKE1(cmd_parms *cmd, void *mconfig,
* char *word1);
*/
/*
* Command handler for a TAKE2 directive. TAKE2 commands must always have
* exactly two arguments.
*
* static const char *handle_TAKE2(cmd_parms *cmd, void *mconfig,
* char *word1, char *word2);
*/
/*
* Command handler for a TAKE3 directive. Like TAKE2, these must have exactly
* three arguments, or the parser complains and doesn't bother calling us.
*
* static const char *handle_TAKE3(cmd_parms *cmd, void *mconfig,
* char *word1, char *word2, char *word3);
*/
/*
* Command handler for a TAKE12 directive. These can take either one or two
* arguments.
* - word2 is a NULL pointer if no second argument was specified.
*
* static const char *handle_TAKE12(cmd_parms *cmd, void *mconfig,
* char *word1, char *word2);
*/
/*
* Command handler for a TAKE123 directive. A TAKE123 directive can be given,
* as might be expected, one, two, or three arguments.
* - word2 is a NULL pointer if no second argument was specified.
* - word3 is a NULL pointer if no third argument was specified.
*
* static const char *handle_TAKE123(cmd_parms *cmd, void *mconfig,
* char *word1, char *word2, char *word3);
*/
/*
* Command handler for a TAKE13 directive. Either one or three arguments are
* permitted - no two-parameters-only syntax is allowed.
* - word2 and word3 are NULL pointers if only one argument was specified.
*
* static const char *handle_TAKE13(cmd_parms *cmd, void *mconfig,
* char *word1, char *word2, char *word3);
*/
/*
* Command handler for a TAKE23 directive. At least two and as many as three
* arguments must be specified.
* - word3 is a NULL pointer if no third argument was specified.
*
* static const char *handle_TAKE23(cmd_parms *cmd, void *mconfig,
* char *word1, char *word2, char *word3);
*/
/*
* Command handler for a ITERATE directive.
* - Handler is called once for each of n arguments given to the directive.
* - word1 points to each argument in turn.
*
* static const char *handle_ITERATE(cmd_parms *cmd, void *mconfig,
* char *word1);
*/
/*
* Command handler for a ITERATE2 directive.
* - Handler is called once for each of the second and subsequent arguments
* given to the directive.
* - word1 is the same for each call for a particular directive instance (the
* first argument).
* - word2 points to each of the second and subsequent arguments in turn.
*
* static const char *handle_ITERATE2(cmd_parms *cmd, void *mconfig,
* char *word1, char *word2);
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* */
/* These routines are strictly internal to this module, and support its */
/* operation. They are not referenced by any external portion of the */
/* server. */
/* */
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*
* Locate our directory configuration record for the current request.
*/
static excfg *our_dconfig(request_rec *r)
{
return (excfg *) ap_get_module_config(r->per_dir_config, &lisp_module);
}
#if 0
/*
* Locate our server configuration record for the specified server.
*/
static excfg *our_sconfig(server_rec *s)
{
return (excfg *) ap_get_module_config(s->module_config, &lisp_module);
}
/*
* Likewise for our configuration record for the specified request.
*/
static excfg *our_rconfig(request_rec *r)
{
return (excfg *) ap_get_module_config(r->request_config, &lisp_module);
}
#endif
/*
* This routine sets up some module-wide cells if they haven't been already.
*/
#ifdef gag
static void setup_module_cells()
{
/*
* If we haven't already allocated our module-private pool, do so now.
*/
if (lisp_pool == NULL) {
lisp_pool = ap_make_sub_pool(NULL);
};
}
#endif
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* We prototyped the various syntax for command handlers (routines that */
/* are called when the configuration parser detects a directive declared */
/* by our module) earlier. Now we actually declare a "real" routine that */
/* will be invoked by the parser when our "real" directive is */
/* encountered. */
/* */
/* If a command handler encounters a problem processing the directive, it */
/* signals this fact by returning a non-NULL pointer to a string */
/* describing the problem. */
/* */
/* The magic return value DECLINE_CMD is used to deal with directives */
/* that might be declared by multiple modules. If the command handler */
/* returns NULL, the directive was processed; if it returns DECLINE_CMD, */
/* the next module (if any) that declares the directive is given a chance */
/* at it. If it returns any other value, it's treated as the text of an */
/* error message. */
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*
* Command handler for the NO_ARGS "Lisp" directive.
*/
static const char *cmd_lisp(cmd_parms *cmd, void *mconfig)
{
excfg *cfg = (excfg *) mconfig;
/*
* "Lisp Wuz Here"
*/
cfg->local = 1;
return NULL;
}
int OpenLispSocket(excfg *cfg)
{
struct sockaddr_in addr;
int sock;
int ret;
#ifndef WIN32
if (LispSocket)
{
if (UnsafeLispSocket || strcmp(cfg->LispServerIP, LispServerIP) || cfg->LispServerPort != LispServerPort)
{
ap_pclosesocket(SocketPool, LispSocket);
LispSocket = 0;
UnsafeLispSocket = 0;
LispServerIP[0] = 0;
LispServerPort = 0;
}
else
return LispSocket;
}
#endif
LispSocket = 0;
UnsafeLispSocket = 0;
strncpy(LispServerIP, cfg->LispServerIP, SERVER_IP_STR_LEN - 1);
LispServerIP[SERVER_IP_STR_LEN - 1] = 0;
LispServerPort = cfg->LispServerPort;
addr.sin_addr.s_addr = inet_addr(cfg->LispServerIP);
addr.sin_port = htons((unsigned short) cfg->LispServerPort);
addr.sin_family = AF_INET;
/* Open the socket */
sock = ap_psocket(SocketPool, AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, 0);
if (sock == -1)
return -1;
/* Tries to connect to Lisp (continues trying while error is EINTR) */
do
{
ret = connect(sock, (struct sockaddr *)&addr, sizeof(struct sockaddr_in));
#ifdef WIN32
if (ret == SOCKET_ERROR)
errno = WSAGetLastError()-WSABASEERR;
#endif /* WIN32 */
} while (ret == -1 && errno == EINTR);
/* Check if we connected */
if (ret == -1)
{
ap_pclosesocket(SocketPool, sock);
return -1;
}
LispSocket = sock;
return sock;
}
int SendLispString(BUFF *BuffSocket, char *Line)
{
int i, NbChar;
NbChar = strlen(Line);
i = ap_bwrite(BuffSocket, Line, NbChar);
if (i != NbChar)
return -1;
return 0;
}
int SendLispHeaderLine(BUFF *BuffSocket, char *Name, char *Value)
{
if (SendLispString(BuffSocket, Name) == -1)
return -1;
if (SendLispString(BuffSocket, "\n") == -1)
return -1;
if (SendLispString(BuffSocket, Value) == -1)
return -1;
if (SendLispString(BuffSocket, "\n") == -1)
return -1;
return 0;
}
int FlushLispBuffSocket(BUFF *BuffSocket)
{
return ap_bflush(BuffSocket);
}
void CloseLispSocket(excfg *cfg, int Socket) // socket for WIN32
{
#ifdef WIN32
if (Socket != -1)
ap_pclosesocket(SocketPool, Socket);
#else
if (!LispSocket)
return;
ap_pclosesocket(SocketPool, LispSocket);
LispSocket = 0;
UnsafeLispSocket = 0;
LispServerIP[0] = 0;
LispServerPort = 0;
#endif
}
int ForceGets(char *s, BUFF *BuffSocket, int len)
{
int ret, i;
for (i =0; i < 10; i++)
{
ret = ap_bgets(s, len, BuffSocket);
if (ret > 0)
return ret;
ap_bsetflag(BuffSocket, B_RD, 1);
#if defined(O_NONBLOCK)
fcntl(BuffSocket->fd_in, F_SETFL, 0);
#elif defined(O_NDELAY)
fcntl(BuffSocket->fd_in, F_SETFL, 0);
#elif defined(FNDELAY)
fcntl(BuffSocket->fd_in, F_SETFL, 0);
#else
sleep(1);
#endif
}
return ret;
}
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* */
/* Now we declare our content handlers, which are invoked when the server */
/* encounters a document which our module is supposed to have a chance to */
/* see. (See mod_mime's SetHandler and AddHandler directives, and the */
/* mod_info and mod_status lisps, for more details.) */
/* */
/* Since content handlers are dumping data directly into the connexion */
/* (using the r*() routines, such as rputs() and rprintf()) without */
/* intervention by other parts of the server, they need to make */
/* sure any accumulated HTTP headers are sent first. This is done by */
/* calling send_http_header(). Otherwise, no header will be sent at all, */
/* and the output sent to the client will actually be HTTP-uncompliant. */
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*
* Sample content handler. All this does is display the call list that has
* been built up so far.
*
* The return value instructs the caller concerning what happened and what to
* do next:
* OK ("we did our thing")
* DECLINED ("this isn't something with which we want to get involved")
* HTTP_mumble ("an error status should be reported")
*/
static int lisp_handler(request_rec *r)
{
int ret, Socket;
BUFF *BuffSocket;
char Value[MAX_STRING_LEN];
char Header[HEADER_STR_LEN];
int ContentLength = -1;
int KeepSocket = 0;
excfg *dcfg;
dcfg = our_dconfig(r);
/*
* We're about to start sending content, so we need to force the HTTP
* headers to be sent at this point. Otherwise, no headers will be sent
* at all. We can set any we like first, of course. **NOTE** Here's
* where you set the "Content-type" header, and you do so by putting it in
* r->content_type, *not* r->headers_out("Content-type"). If you don't
* set it, it will be filled in with the server's default type (typically
* "text/plain"). You *must* also ensure that r->content_type is lower
* case.
*
* We also need to start a timer so the server can know if the connexion
* is broken.
*/
/* Set vars and environment in request_rec */
// {static NoDebug=0; if (NoDebug == 0) DebugBreak();}
Socket = OpenLispSocket(dcfg);
if (Socket == -1)
return SERVER_ERROR;
BuffSocket = ap_bcreate(r->pool, B_SOCKET+B_RDWR);
ap_bpushfd(BuffSocket, Socket, Socket);
ap_add_common_vars(r);
ap_add_cgi_vars(r);
ret = ap_setup_client_block(r, REQUEST_CHUNKED_DECHUNK);
if (ret)
{
ap_kill_timeout(r);
CloseLispSocket(dcfg, Socket);
return ret;
}
ap_reset_timeout(r);
UnsafeLispSocket = 1;
if (r->subprocess_env)
{
array_header *env_arr = ap_table_elts(r->subprocess_env);
table_entry *elts = (table_entry *) env_arr->elts;
int i;
ret = 0;
for (i = 0; i < env_arr->nelts; ++i)
{
if (!elts[i].key) continue;
if (!strncmp(elts[i].key, "HTTP_", 5)) continue;
if (!strcmp(elts[i].key, "REQUEST_URI"))
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket, "url", elts[i].val);
else if (!strcmp(elts[i].key, "CONTENT_TYPE"))
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket, "content-type", elts[i].val);
else if (!strcmp(elts[i].key, "CONTENT_LENGTH"))
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket, "content-length", elts[i].val);
else if (!strcmp(elts[i].key, "REQUEST_METHOD"))
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket, "method", elts[i].val);
else if (!strcmp(elts[i].key, "REMOTE_ADDR"))
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket, "remote-ip-addr", elts[i].val);
else if (!strcmp(elts[i].key, "REMOTE_PORT"))
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket, "remote-ip-port", elts[i].val);
else if (!strcmp(elts[i].key, "SERVER_ADDR"))
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket, "server-ip-addr", elts[i].val);
else if (!strcmp(elts[i].key, "SERVER_PORT"))
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket, "server-ip-port", elts[i].val);
else if (!strcmp(elts[i].key, "SERVER_PROTOCOL"))
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket, "server-protocol", elts[i].val);
else if (!strcmp(elts[i].key, "SCRIPT_FILENAME"))
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket, "script-filename", elts[i].val);
else if (!strcmp(elts[i].key, "SSL_SESSION_ID"))
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket, "ssl-session-id", elts[i].val);
if (ret != 0)
{
ap_kill_timeout(r);
CloseLispSocket(dcfg, Socket);
return SERVER_ERROR;
}
ap_reset_timeout(r);
}
}
/* Send this before client headers so ASSOC can be used to grab it
* without worrying about some joker sending a server-id header of
* his own. (Robert Macomber)*/
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket, "server-id", dcfg->LispServerId);
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket, "server-baseversion", SERVER_BASEVERSION);
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket, "modlisp-version", MOD_LISP_VERSION);
if (ret!=0)
{
ap_kill_timeout(r);
CloseLispSocket(dcfg, Socket);
return SERVER_ERROR;
}
if (r->headers_in)
{
array_header *hdr_arr = ap_table_elts(r->headers_in);
table_entry *elts = (table_entry *) hdr_arr->elts;
int i;
for (i = 0; i < hdr_arr->nelts; ++i)
{
if (!elts[i].key) continue;
ret = SendLispHeaderLine(BuffSocket,
!strcasecmp(elts[i].key, "end")?"end-header":elts[i].key,
elts[i].val);
if (ret!=0)
{
ap_kill_timeout(r);
CloseLispSocket(dcfg, Socket);
return SERVER_ERROR;
}
ap_reset_timeout(r);
}
}
if (SendLispString(BuffSocket, "end\n") == -1 || FlushLispBuffSocket(BuffSocket) == -1)
{
ap_kill_timeout(r);
CloseLispSocket(dcfg, Socket);
return SERVER_ERROR;
}
/* If there is a request entity, send it */
if (ap_should_client_block(r))
{
char buffer[HUGE_STRING_LEN];
long buffersize=1;
/* If we did read something we'll post it to Lisp */
while ((buffersize=ap_get_client_block(r,buffer,HUGE_STRING_LEN))>0)
{
/* Reset our writing timeout */
ap_reset_timeout(r);
/* Check that what we writed was the same of what we read */
if (ap_bwrite(BuffSocket,buffer,buffersize)<buffersize)
{
/* Discard all further characters left to read */
while (ap_get_client_block(r, buffer, HUGE_STRING_LEN) > 0);
CloseLispSocket(dcfg, Socket);
return SERVER_ERROR;
}
}
}
/* Flush buffers and kill our writing timeout */
if (FlushLispBuffSocket(BuffSocket) == -1)
{
ap_kill_timeout(r);
CloseLispSocket(dcfg, Socket);
return SERVER_ERROR;
}
ap_kill_timeout(r);
/* Receive the response from Lisp */
ap_hard_timeout("lisp-read", r);
while (ForceGets(Header, (BUFF *) BuffSocket, HEADER_STR_LEN) >= 0)
{
int l;
l = strlen(Header);
if (l > 0)
Header[l-1] = 0;
ap_kill_timeout(r);
if (!strcasecmp(Header, "end"))
break;
if (ap_bgets(Value, MAX_STRING_LEN, (BUFF *) BuffSocket) <= 0)
break;
l = strlen(Value);
if (l > 0)
Value[l-1] = 0;
if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Content-Type"))
{
char *tmp = ap_pstrdup(r->pool, Value);
ap_content_type_tolower(tmp);
r->content_type = tmp;
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Status"))
{
r->status = atoi(Value);
r->status_line = ap_pstrdup(r->pool, Value);
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Content-Length"))
{
ap_table_set(r->headers_out, Header, Value);
ContentLength = atoi(Value);
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Lisp-Content-Length"))
{
ContentLength = atoi(Value);
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Last-Modified"))
{
time_t mtime = ap_parseHTTPdate(Value);
r->mtime = mtime;
ap_set_last_modified(r);
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Keep-Socket"))
{
KeepSocket = atoi(Value);
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Log-Emerg"))
{
ap_log_error("mod_lisp", 0, APLOG_EMERG|APLOG_NOERRNO, r->server, "%s", Value);
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Log-Alert"))
{
ap_log_error("mod_lisp", 0, APLOG_ALERT|APLOG_NOERRNO, r->server, "%s", Value);
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Log-Crit"))
{
ap_log_error("mod_lisp", 0, APLOG_CRIT|APLOG_NOERRNO, r->server, "%s", Value);
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Log-Error"))
{
ap_log_error("mod_lisp", 0, APLOG_ERR|APLOG_NOERRNO, r->server, "%s", Value);
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Log-Warning"))
{
ap_log_error("mod_lisp", 0, APLOG_WARNING|APLOG_NOERRNO, r->server, "%s", Value);
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Log-Notice"))
{
ap_log_error("mod_lisp", 0, APLOG_NOTICE|APLOG_NOERRNO, r->server, "%s", Value);
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Log-Info"))
{
ap_log_error("mod_lisp", 0, APLOG_INFO|APLOG_NOERRNO, r->server, "%s", Value);
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Log-Debug"))
{
ap_log_error(APLOG_MARK, APLOG_DEBUG|APLOG_NOERRNO, r->server, "%s", Value);
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Log"))
{
ap_log_error("mod_lisp", 0, APLOG_ERR|APLOG_NOERRNO, r->server, "%s", Value);
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Note"))
{
char *pv = strchr(Value, ' ');
if (pv != NULL)
{
*pv++ = 0;
ap_table_setn(r->notes, ap_pstrdup(r->pool, Value), ap_pstrdup(r->pool, pv));
}
}
else if (!strcasecmp(Header, "Set-Cookie"))
{
ap_table_add(r->headers_out, Header, Value);
}
else
ap_table_set(r->headers_out, Header, Value);
}
/* Send headers and data collected (if this was not a "header only" req. */
ap_send_http_header(r);
if (!r->header_only)
{
if (ContentLength > 0)
{
long ReadLength = ap_send_fb_length(BuffSocket, r, ContentLength);
if (ReadLength < ContentLength || r->connection->aborted)
{
ap_log_error("mod_lisp", 0, APLOG_WARNING|APLOG_NOERRNO, r->server, "Could not send complete body to client, closing socket to Lisp");
ap_bclose(BuffSocket);
KeepSocket = 0;
LispSocket = 0;
}
}
else
if (ContentLength == -1)
ap_send_fb(BuffSocket, r);
}
#ifdef WIN32
KeepSocket = 0;
#endif
/* Kill timeouts, close buffer and socket and return */
ap_kill_timeout(r);
if (ContentLength == -1 || KeepSocket == 0)
CloseLispSocket(dcfg, Socket);
else
{
ap_bpushfd(BuffSocket, -1, -1); /* unlink buffer to keep socket */
BuffSocket->flags &= ~B_SOCKET;
}
UnsafeLispSocket = 0;
return OK;
}
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* */
/* Now let's declare routines for each of the callback phase in order. */
/* (That's the order in which they're listed in the callback list, *not */
/* the order in which the server calls them! See the command_rec */
/* declaration near the bottom of this file.) Note that these may be */
/* called for situations that don't relate primarily to our function - in */
/* other words, the fixup handler shouldn't assume that the request has */
/* to do with "lisp" stuff. */
/* */
/* With the exception of the content handler, all of our routines will be */
/* called for each request, unless an earlier handler from another module */
/* aborted the sequence. */
/* */
/* Handlers that are declared as "int" can return the following: */
/* */
/* OK Handler accepted the request and did its thing with it. */
/* DECLINED Handler took no action. */
/* HTTP_mumble Handler looked at request and found it wanting. */
/* */
/* What the server does after calling a module handler depends upon the */
/* handler's return value. In all cases, if the handler returns */
/* DECLINED, the server will continue to the next module with an handler */
/* for the current phase. However, if the handler return a non-OK, */
/* non-DECLINED status, the server aborts the request right there. If */
/* the handler returns OK, the server's next action is phase-specific; */
/* see the individual handler comments below for details. */
/* */
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*
* This function is called during server initialisation. Any information
* that needs to be recorded must be in static cells, since there's no
* configuration record.
*
* There is no return value.
*/
/*
* module-initialiser
*/
static void lisp_init(server_rec *s, pool *p)
{
ap_add_version_component("mod_lisp/" MOD_LISP_VERSION);
}
/*
* This function is called during server initialisation when an heavy-weight
* process (such as a child) is being initialised. As with the
* module-initialisation function, any information that needs to be recorded
* must be in static cells, since there's no configuration record.
*
* There is no return value.
*/
/*
* process-initialiser
*/
static void lisp_child_init(server_rec *s, pool *p)
{
SocketPool = ap_make_sub_pool(NULL);
}
/*
* This function is called when an heavy-weight process (such as a child) is
* being run down or destroyed. As with the child-initialisation function,
* any information that needs to be recorded must be in static cells, since
* there's no configuration record.
*
* There is no return value.
*/
/*
* process-exit
*/
static void lisp_child_exit(server_rec *s, pool *p)
{
ap_destroy_pool(SocketPool);
SocketPool = NULL;
}
/*
* This function gets called to create up a per-directory configuration
* record. This will be called for the "default" server environment, and for
* each directory for which the parser finds any of our directives applicable.
* If a directory doesn't have any of our directives involved (i.e., they
* aren't in the .htaccess file, or a <Location>, <Directory>, or related
* block), this routine will *not* be called - the configuration for the
* closest ancestor is used.
*
* The return value is a pointer to the created module-specific
* structure.
*/
static void *lisp_create_dir_config(pool *p, char *dirspec)
{
excfg *cfg;
char *dname = dirspec;
/*
* Allocate the space for our record from the pool supplied.
*/
cfg = (excfg *) ap_pcalloc(p, sizeof(excfg));
/*
* Now fill in the defaults. If there are any `parent' configuration
* records, they'll get merged as part of a separate callback.
*/
cfg->local = 0;
cfg->congenital = 0;
strcpy(cfg->LispServerIP, "127.0.0.1");
strcpy(cfg->LispServerId, "apache");
cfg->LispServerPort = 3000;
cfg->DefaultLispServer = 1;
cfg->cmode = CONFIG_MODE_DIRECTORY;
dname = (dname != NULL) ? dname : "";
cfg->loc = ap_pstrcat(p, "DIR(", dname, ")", NULL);
return (void *) cfg;
}
/*
* This function gets called to merge two per-directory configuration
* records. This is typically done to cope with things like .htaccess files
* or <Location> directives for directories that are beneath one for which a
* configuration record was already created. The routine has the
* responsibility of creating a new record and merging the contents of the
* other two into it appropriately. If the module doesn't declare a merge
* routine, the record for the closest ancestor location (that has one) is
* used exclusively.
*
* The routine MUST NOT modify any of its arguments!
*
* The return value is a pointer to the created module-specific structure
* containing the merged values.
*/
static void *lisp_merge_dir_config(pool *p, void *parent_conf,
void *newloc_conf)
{
excfg *merged_config = (excfg *) ap_pcalloc(p, sizeof(excfg));
excfg *pconf = (excfg *) parent_conf;
excfg *nconf = (excfg *) newloc_conf;
/*
* Some things get copied directly from the more-specific record, rather
* than getting merged.
*/
merged_config->local = nconf->local;
merged_config->loc = ap_pstrdup(p, nconf->loc);
/*
* Others, like the setting of the `congenital' flag, get ORed in. The
* setting of that particular flag, for instance, is TRUE if it was ever
* true anywhere in the upstream configuration.
*/
merged_config->congenital = (pconf->congenital | pconf->local);
/*
* If we're merging records for two different types of environment (server
* and directory), mark the new record appropriately. Otherwise, inherit
* the current value.
*/
merged_config->cmode =
(pconf->cmode == nconf->cmode) ? pconf->cmode : CONFIG_MODE_COMBO;
if (nconf->DefaultLispServer == 0)
{
strcpy(merged_config->LispServerIP, nconf->LispServerIP);
strcpy(merged_config->LispServerId, nconf->LispServerId);
merged_config->LispServerPort = nconf->LispServerPort;
merged_config->DefaultLispServer = 0;
}
else
if (pconf->DefaultLispServer == 0)
{
strcpy(merged_config->LispServerIP, pconf->LispServerIP);
strcpy(merged_config->LispServerId, pconf->LispServerId);
merged_config->LispServerPort = pconf->LispServerPort;
merged_config->DefaultLispServer = 0;
}
else
{
strcpy(merged_config->LispServerIP, "127.0.0.1");
strcpy(merged_config->LispServerId, "apache");
merged_config->LispServerPort = 3000;
merged_config->DefaultLispServer = 1;
}
return (void *) merged_config;
}
/*
* This function gets called to create a per-server configuration
* record. It will always be called for the "default" server.
*
* The return value is a pointer to the created module-specific
* structure.
*/
static void *lisp_create_server_config(pool *p, server_rec *s)
{
excfg *cfg;
char *sname = s->server_hostname;
/*
* As with the lisp_create_dir_config() reoutine, we allocate and fill
* in an empty record.
*/
cfg = (excfg *) ap_pcalloc(p, sizeof(excfg));
cfg->local = 0;
cfg->congenital = 0;
cfg->cmode = CONFIG_MODE_SERVER;
strcpy(cfg->LispServerIP, "127.0.0.1");
strcpy(cfg->LispServerId, "apache");
cfg->LispServerPort = 3000;
cfg->DefaultLispServer = 1;
sname = (sname != NULL) ? sname : "";
cfg->loc = ap_pstrcat(p, "SVR(", sname, ")", NULL);
return (void *) cfg;
}
/*
* This function gets called to merge two per-server configuration
* records. This is typically done to cope with things like virtual hosts and
* the default server configuration The routine has the responsibility of
* creating a new record and merging the contents of the other two into it
* appropriately. If the module doesn't declare a merge routine, the more
* specific existing record is used exclusively.
*
* The routine MUST NOT modify any of its arguments!
*
* The return value is a pointer to the created module-specific structure
* containing the merged values.
*/
static void *lisp_merge_server_config(pool *p, void *server1_conf,
void *server2_conf)
{
excfg *merged_config = (excfg *) ap_pcalloc(p, sizeof(excfg));
excfg *s1conf = (excfg *) server1_conf;
excfg *s2conf = (excfg *) server2_conf;
/*
* Our inheritance rules are our own, and part of our module's semantics.
* Basically, just note whence we came.
*/
merged_config->cmode =
(s1conf->cmode == s2conf->cmode) ? s1conf->cmode : CONFIG_MODE_COMBO;
merged_config->local = s2conf->local;
merged_config->congenital = (s1conf->congenital | s1conf->local);
merged_config->loc = ap_pstrdup(p, s2conf->loc);
if (s2conf->DefaultLispServer == 0)
{
strcpy(merged_config->LispServerIP, s2conf->LispServerIP);
strcpy(merged_config->LispServerId, s2conf->LispServerId);
merged_config->LispServerPort = s2conf->LispServerPort;
merged_config->DefaultLispServer = 0;
}
else
if (s1conf->DefaultLispServer == 0)
{
strcpy(merged_config->LispServerIP, s1conf->LispServerIP);
strcpy(merged_config->LispServerId, s1conf->LispServerId);
merged_config->LispServerPort = s1conf->LispServerPort;
merged_config->DefaultLispServer = 0;
}
else
{
strcpy(merged_config->LispServerIP, "127.0.0.1");
strcpy(merged_config->LispServerId, "apache");
merged_config->LispServerPort = 3000;
merged_config->DefaultLispServer = 1;
}
return (void *) merged_config;
}
static const char *SetLispServer(cmd_parms *cmd, void *mconfig, char *serverIp, char *port, char *serverId)
{
excfg *cfg = (excfg *) mconfig;
strncpy(cfg->LispServerIP, serverIp, SERVER_IP_STR_LEN - 1);
cfg->LispServerIP[SERVER_IP_STR_LEN - 1] = 0;
strncpy(cfg->LispServerId, serverId, SERVER_ID_STR_LEN - 1);
cfg->LispServerId[SERVER_ID_STR_LEN - 1] = 0;
cfg->LispServerPort = atoi(port);
cfg->DefaultLispServer = 0;
return NULL;
}
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* */
/* All of the routines have been declared now. Here's the list of */
/* directives specific to our module, and information about where they */
/* may appear and how the command parser should pass them to us for */
/* processing. Note that care must be taken to ensure that there are NO */
/* collisions of directive names between modules. */
/* */
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*
* List of directives specific to our module.
*/
static const command_rec lisp_cmds[] =
{
{ "LispServer", SetLispServer, NULL, OR_ALL, TAKE3,
"the lisp server name, port and an Id string. Example : LispServer 127.0.0.1 3000 \"server1\""},
{
"Lisp", /* directive name */
cmd_lisp, /* config action routine */
NULL, /* argument to include in call */
OR_ALL, /* where available */
NO_ARGS, /* arguments */
"Lisp directive - no arguments"
/* directive description */
},
{NULL}
};
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* */
/* Now the list of content handlers available from this module. */
/* */
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*
* List of content handlers our module supplies. Each handler is defined by
* two parts: a name by which it can be referenced (such as by
* {Add,Set}Handler), and the actual routine name. The list is terminated by
* a NULL block, since it can be of variable length.
*
* Note that content-handlers are invoked on a most-specific to least-specific
* basis; that is, a handler that is declared for "text/plain" will be
* invoked before one that was declared for "text / *". Note also that
* if a content-handler returns anything except DECLINED, no other
* content-handlers will be called.
*/
static const handler_rec lisp_handlers[] =
{
{"lisp-handler", lisp_handler},
{NULL}
};
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* */
/* Finally, the list of callback routines and data structures that */
/* provide the hooks into our module from the other parts of the server. */
/* */
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*
* Module definition for configuration. If a particular callback is not
* needed, replace its routine name below with the word NULL.
*
* The number in brackets indicates the order in which the routine is called
* during request processing. Note that not all routines are necessarily
* called (such as if a resource doesn't have access restrictions).
*/
module lisp_module =
{
STANDARD_MODULE_STUFF,
lisp_init, /* module initializer */
lisp_create_dir_config, /* per-directory config creator */
lisp_merge_dir_config, /* dir config merger */
lisp_create_server_config, /* server config creator */
lisp_merge_server_config, /* server config merger */
lisp_cmds, /* command table */
lisp_handlers, /* [7] list of handlers */
NULL, /* [2] filename-to-URI translation */
NULL, /* [5] check/validate user_id */
NULL, /* [6] check user_id is valid *here* */
NULL, /* [4] check access by host address */
NULL, /* [7] MIME type checker/setter */
NULL, /* [8] fixups */
NULL, /* [10] logger */
NULL, /* [3] header parser */
#if MODULE_MAGIC_NUMBER >= 19970719
lisp_child_init, /* process initializer */
#endif
#if MODULE_MAGIC_NUMBER >= 19970728
lisp_child_exit, /* process exit/cleanup */
#endif
#if MODULE_MAGIC_NUMBER >= 19970902
NULL /* [1] post read_request handling */
#endif
};