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// Copyright (c) 2011 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include "net/socket/tcp_client_socket_win.h"
#include <mstcpip.h>
#include "base/basictypes.h"
#include "base/compiler_specific.h"
#include "base/metrics/stats_counters.h"
#include "base/string_util.h"
#include "base/win/object_watcher.h"
#include "base/win/windows_version.h"
#include "net/base/address_list_net_log_param.h"
#include "net/base/connection_type_histograms.h"
#include "net/base/io_buffer.h"
#include "net/base/ip_endpoint.h"
#include "net/base/net_errors.h"
#include "net/base/net_log.h"
#include "net/base/net_util.h"
#include "net/base/network_change_notifier.h"
#include "net/base/sys_addrinfo.h"
#include "net/base/winsock_init.h"
#include "net/base/winsock_util.h"
namespace net {
namespace {
bool SetSocketReceiveBufferSize(SOCKET socket, int32 size) {
int rv = setsockopt(socket, SOL_SOCKET, SO_RCVBUF,
reinterpret_cast<const char*>(&size), sizeof(size));
DCHECK(!rv) << "Could not set socket receive buffer size: " << GetLastError();
return rv == 0;
}
bool SetSocketSendBufferSize(SOCKET socket, int32 size) {
int rv = setsockopt(socket, SOL_SOCKET, SO_SNDBUF,
reinterpret_cast<const char*>(&size), sizeof(size));
DCHECK(!rv) << "Could not set socket send buffer size: " << GetLastError();
return rv == 0;
}
// Sets socket parameters. Returns the OS error code (or 0 on
// success).
int SetupSocket(SOCKET socket) {
// Increase the socket buffer sizes from the default sizes for WinXP. In
// performance testing, there is substantial benefit by increasing from 8KB
// to 64KB.
// See also:
// http://support.microsoft.com/kb/823764/EN-US
// On Vista, if we manually set these sizes, Vista turns off its receive
// window auto-tuning feature.
// http://blogs.msdn.com/wndp/archive/2006/05/05/Winhec-blog-tcpip-2.aspx
// Since Vista's auto-tune is better than any static value we can could set,
// only change these on pre-vista machines.
if (base::win::GetVersion() < base::win::VERSION_VISTA) {
const int32 kSocketBufferSize = 64 * 1024;
SetSocketReceiveBufferSize(socket, kSocketBufferSize);
SetSocketSendBufferSize(socket, kSocketBufferSize);
}
// Disable Nagle.
// The Nagle implementation on windows is governed by RFC 896. The idea
// behind Nagle is to reduce small packets on the network. When Nagle is
// enabled, if a partial packet has been sent, the TCP stack will disallow
// further *partial* packets until an ACK has been received from the other
// side. Good applications should always strive to send as much data as
// possible and avoid partial-packet sends. However, in most real world
// applications, there are edge cases where this does not happen, and two
// partil packets may be sent back to back. For a browser, it is NEVER
// a benefit to delay for an RTT before the second packet is sent.
//
// As a practical example in Chromium today, consider the case of a small
// POST. I have verified this:
// Client writes 649 bytes of header (partial packet #1)
// Client writes 50 bytes of POST data (partial packet #2)
// In the above example, with Nagle, a RTT delay is inserted between these
// two sends due to nagle. RTTs can easily be 100ms or more. The best
// fix is to make sure that for POSTing data, we write as much data as
// possible and minimize partial packets. We will fix that. But disabling
// Nagle also ensure we don't run into this delay in other edge cases.
// See also:
// http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb726981.aspx
const BOOL kDisableNagle = TRUE;
int rv = setsockopt(socket, IPPROTO_TCP, TCP_NODELAY,
reinterpret_cast<const char*>(&kDisableNagle),
sizeof(kDisableNagle));
DCHECK(!rv) << "Could not disable nagle";
// Enable TCP Keep-Alive to prevent NAT routers from timing out TCP
// connections. See http://crbug.com/27400 for details.
struct tcp_keepalive keepalive_vals = {
1, // TCP keep-alive on.
45000, // Wait 45s until sending first TCP keep-alive packet.
45000, // Wait 45s between sending TCP keep-alive packets.
};
DWORD bytes_returned = 0xABAB;
rv = WSAIoctl(socket, SIO_KEEPALIVE_VALS, &keepalive_vals,
sizeof(keepalive_vals), NULL, 0,
&bytes_returned, NULL, NULL);
DCHECK(!rv) << "Could not enable TCP Keep-Alive for socket: " << socket
<< " [error: " << WSAGetLastError() << "].";
// Disregard any failure in disabling nagle or enabling TCP Keep-Alive.
return 0;
}
// Creates a new socket and sets default parameters for it. Returns
// the OS error code (or 0 on success).
int CreateSocket(int family, SOCKET* socket) {
*socket = WSASocket(family, SOCK_STREAM, IPPROTO_TCP, NULL, 0,
WSA_FLAG_OVERLAPPED);
if (*socket == INVALID_SOCKET) {
int os_error = WSAGetLastError();
LOG(ERROR) << "WSASocket failed: " << os_error;
return os_error;
}
int error = SetupSocket(*socket);
if (error) {
if (closesocket(*socket) < 0)
PLOG(ERROR) << "closesocket";
*socket = INVALID_SOCKET;
return error;
}
return 0;
}
int MapConnectError(int os_error) {
switch (os_error) {
// connect fails with WSAEACCES when Windows Firewall blocks the
// connection.
case WSAEACCES:
return ERR_NETWORK_ACCESS_DENIED;
case WSAETIMEDOUT:
return ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT;
default: {
int net_error = MapSystemError(os_error);
if (net_error == ERR_FAILED)
return ERR_CONNECTION_FAILED; // More specific than ERR_FAILED.
// Give a more specific error when the user is offline.
if (net_error == ERR_ADDRESS_UNREACHABLE &&
NetworkChangeNotifier::IsOffline()) {
return ERR_INTERNET_DISCONNECTED;
}
return net_error;
}
}
}
} // namespace
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// This class encapsulates all the state that has to be preserved as long as
// there is a network IO operation in progress. If the owner TCPClientSocketWin
// is destroyed while an operation is in progress, the Core is detached and it
// lives until the operation completes and the OS doesn't reference any resource
// declared on this class anymore.
class TCPClientSocketWin::Core : public base::RefCounted<Core> {
public:
explicit Core(TCPClientSocketWin* socket);
// Start watching for the end of a read or write operation.
void WatchForRead();
void WatchForWrite();
// The TCPClientSocketWin is going away.
void Detach() { socket_ = NULL; }
// The separate OVERLAPPED variables for asynchronous operation.
// |read_overlapped_| is used for both Connect() and Read().
// |write_overlapped_| is only used for Write();
OVERLAPPED read_overlapped_;
OVERLAPPED write_overlapped_;
// The buffers used in Read() and Write().
WSABUF read_buffer_;
WSABUF write_buffer_;
scoped_refptr<IOBuffer> read_iobuffer_;
scoped_refptr<IOBuffer> write_iobuffer_;
int write_buffer_length_;
// Throttle the read size based on our current slow start state.
// Returns the throttled read size.
int ThrottleReadSize(int size) {
if (slow_start_throttle_ < kMaxSlowStartThrottle) {
size = std::min(size, slow_start_throttle_);
slow_start_throttle_ *= 2;
}
return size;
}
private:
friend class base::RefCounted<Core>;
class ReadDelegate : public base::win::ObjectWatcher::Delegate {
public:
explicit ReadDelegate(Core* core) : core_(core) {}
virtual ~ReadDelegate() {}
// base::ObjectWatcher::Delegate methods:
virtual void OnObjectSignaled(HANDLE object);
private:
Core* const core_;
};
class WriteDelegate : public base::win::ObjectWatcher::Delegate {
public:
explicit WriteDelegate(Core* core) : core_(core) {}
virtual ~WriteDelegate() {}
// base::ObjectWatcher::Delegate methods:
virtual void OnObjectSignaled(HANDLE object);
private:
Core* const core_;
};
~Core();
// The socket that created this object.
TCPClientSocketWin* socket_;
// |reader_| handles the signals from |read_watcher_|.
ReadDelegate reader_;
// |writer_| handles the signals from |write_watcher_|.
WriteDelegate writer_;
// |read_watcher_| watches for events from Connect() and Read().
base::win::ObjectWatcher read_watcher_;
// |write_watcher_| watches for events from Write();
base::win::ObjectWatcher write_watcher_;
// When doing reads from the socket, we try to mirror TCP's slow start.
// We do this because otherwise the async IO subsystem artifically delays
// returning data to the application.
static const int kInitialSlowStartThrottle = 1 * 1024;
static const int kMaxSlowStartThrottle = 32 * kInitialSlowStartThrottle;
int slow_start_throttle_;
DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN(Core);
};
TCPClientSocketWin::Core::Core(
TCPClientSocketWin* socket)
: write_buffer_length_(0),
socket_(socket),
ALLOW_THIS_IN_INITIALIZER_LIST(reader_(this)),
ALLOW_THIS_IN_INITIALIZER_LIST(writer_(this)),
slow_start_throttle_(kInitialSlowStartThrottle) {
memset(&read_overlapped_, 0, sizeof(read_overlapped_));
memset(&write_overlapped_, 0, sizeof(write_overlapped_));
}
TCPClientSocketWin::Core::~Core() {
// Make sure the message loop is not watching this object anymore.
read_watcher_.StopWatching();
write_watcher_.StopWatching();
WSACloseEvent(read_overlapped_.hEvent);
memset(&read_overlapped_, 0xaf, sizeof(read_overlapped_));
WSACloseEvent(write_overlapped_.hEvent);
memset(&write_overlapped_, 0xaf, sizeof(write_overlapped_));
}
void TCPClientSocketWin::Core::WatchForRead() {
// We grab an extra reference because there is an IO operation in progress.
// Balanced in ReadDelegate::OnObjectSignaled().
AddRef();
read_watcher_.StartWatching(read_overlapped_.hEvent, &reader_);
}
void TCPClientSocketWin::Core::WatchForWrite() {
// We grab an extra reference because there is an IO operation in progress.
// Balanced in WriteDelegate::OnObjectSignaled().
AddRef();
write_watcher_.StartWatching(write_overlapped_.hEvent, &writer_);
}
void TCPClientSocketWin::Core::ReadDelegate::OnObjectSignaled(
HANDLE object) {
DCHECK_EQ(object, core_->read_overlapped_.hEvent);
if (core_->socket_) {
if (core_->socket_->waiting_connect()) {
core_->socket_->DidCompleteConnect();
} else {
core_->socket_->DidCompleteRead();
}
}
core_->Release();
}
void TCPClientSocketWin::Core::WriteDelegate::OnObjectSignaled(
HANDLE object) {
DCHECK_EQ(object, core_->write_overlapped_.hEvent);
if (core_->socket_)
core_->socket_->DidCompleteWrite();
core_->Release();
}
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
TCPClientSocketWin::TCPClientSocketWin(const AddressList& addresses,
net::NetLog* net_log,
const net::NetLog::Source& source)
: socket_(INVALID_SOCKET),
bound_socket_(INVALID_SOCKET),
addresses_(addresses),
current_ai_(NULL),
waiting_read_(false),
waiting_write_(false),
read_callback_(NULL),
write_callback_(NULL),
next_connect_state_(CONNECT_STATE_NONE),
connect_os_error_(0),
net_log_(BoundNetLog::Make(net_log, NetLog::SOURCE_SOCKET)),
previously_disconnected_(false),
num_bytes_read_(0) {
scoped_refptr<NetLog::EventParameters> params;
if (source.is_valid())
params = new NetLogSourceParameter("source_dependency", source);
net_log_.BeginEvent(NetLog::TYPE_SOCKET_ALIVE, params);
EnsureWinsockInit();
}
TCPClientSocketWin::~TCPClientSocketWin() {
Disconnect();
net_log_.EndEvent(NetLog::TYPE_SOCKET_ALIVE, NULL);
}
int TCPClientSocketWin::AdoptSocket(SOCKET socket) {
DCHECK_EQ(socket_, INVALID_SOCKET);
int error = SetupSocket(socket);
if (error)
return MapSystemError(error);
socket_ = socket;
core_ = new Core(this);
current_ai_ = addresses_.head();
use_history_.set_was_ever_connected();
return OK;
}
int TCPClientSocketWin::Bind(const IPEndPoint& address) {
if (current_ai_ != NULL || bind_address_.get()) {
// Cannot bind the socket if we are already connected or connecting.
return ERR_UNEXPECTED;
}
sockaddr_storage addr_storage;
sockaddr* addr = reinterpret_cast<struct sockaddr*>(&addr_storage);
size_t addr_len = sizeof(addr_storage);
if (!address.ToSockAddr(addr, &addr_len))
return ERR_INVALID_ARGUMENT;
// Create |bound_socket_| and try to bound it to |address|.
int error = CreateSocket(address.GetFamily(), &bound_socket_);
if (error)
return MapSystemError(error);
if (bind(bound_socket_, addr, addr_len)) {
error = errno;
if (closesocket(bound_socket_) < 0)
PLOG(ERROR) << "closesocket";
bound_socket_ = INVALID_SOCKET;
return MapSystemError(error);
}
bind_address_.reset(new IPEndPoint(address));
return 0;
}
int TCPClientSocketWin::Connect(OldCompletionCallback* callback) {
DCHECK(CalledOnValidThread());
// If already connected, then just return OK.
if (socket_ != INVALID_SOCKET)
return OK;
base::StatsCounter connects("tcp.connect");
connects.Increment();
net_log_.BeginEvent(NetLog::TYPE_TCP_CONNECT,
new AddressListNetLogParam(addresses_));
// We will try to connect to each address in addresses_. Start with the
// first one in the list.
next_connect_state_ = CONNECT_STATE_CONNECT;
current_ai_ = addresses_.head();
int rv = DoConnectLoop(OK);
if (rv == ERR_IO_PENDING) {
// Synchronous operation not supported.
DCHECK(callback);
read_callback_ = callback;
} else {
LogConnectCompletion(rv);
}
return rv;
}
int TCPClientSocketWin::DoConnectLoop(int result) {
DCHECK_NE(next_connect_state_, CONNECT_STATE_NONE);
int rv = result;
do {
ConnectState state = next_connect_state_;
next_connect_state_ = CONNECT_STATE_NONE;
switch (state) {
case CONNECT_STATE_CONNECT:
DCHECK_EQ(OK, rv);
rv = DoConnect();
break;
case CONNECT_STATE_CONNECT_COMPLETE:
rv = DoConnectComplete(rv);
break;
default:
LOG(DFATAL) << "bad state " << state;
rv = ERR_UNEXPECTED;
break;
}
} while (rv != ERR_IO_PENDING && next_connect_state_ != CONNECT_STATE_NONE);
return rv;
}
int TCPClientSocketWin::DoConnect() {
const struct addrinfo* ai = current_ai_;
DCHECK(ai);
DCHECK_EQ(0, connect_os_error_);
if (previously_disconnected_) {
use_history_.Reset();
previously_disconnected_ = false;
}
net_log_.BeginEvent(NetLog::TYPE_TCP_CONNECT_ATTEMPT,
new NetLogStringParameter(
"address", NetAddressToStringWithPort(current_ai_)));
next_connect_state_ = CONNECT_STATE_CONNECT_COMPLETE;
if (bound_socket_ != INVALID_SOCKET) {
DCHECK(bind_address_.get());
socket_ = bound_socket_;
bound_socket_ = INVALID_SOCKET;
} else {
connect_os_error_ = CreateSocket(ai->ai_family, &socket_);
if (connect_os_error_ != 0)
return MapSystemError(connect_os_error_);
if (bind_address_.get()) {
sockaddr_storage addr_storage;
sockaddr* addr = reinterpret_cast<struct sockaddr*>(&addr_storage);
size_t addr_len = sizeof(addr_storage);
if (!bind_address_->ToSockAddr(addr, &addr_len))
return ERR_INVALID_ARGUMENT;
if (bind(socket_, addr, addr_len))
return MapSystemError(errno);
}
}
DCHECK(!core_);
core_ = new Core(this);
// WSACreateEvent creates a manual-reset event object.
core_->read_overlapped_.hEvent = WSACreateEvent();
// WSAEventSelect sets the socket to non-blocking mode as a side effect.
// Our connect() and recv() calls require that the socket be non-blocking.
WSAEventSelect(socket_, core_->read_overlapped_.hEvent, FD_CONNECT);
core_->write_overlapped_.hEvent = WSACreateEvent();
connect_start_time_ = base::TimeTicks::Now();
if (!connect(socket_, ai->ai_addr, static_cast<int>(ai->ai_addrlen))) {
// Connected without waiting!
//
// The MSDN page for connect says:
// With a nonblocking socket, the connection attempt cannot be completed
// immediately. In this case, connect will return SOCKET_ERROR, and
// WSAGetLastError will return WSAEWOULDBLOCK.
// which implies that for a nonblocking socket, connect never returns 0.
// It's not documented whether the event object will be signaled or not
// if connect does return 0. So the code below is essentially dead code
// and we don't know if it's correct.
NOTREACHED();
if (ResetEventIfSignaled(core_->read_overlapped_.hEvent))
return OK;
} else {
int os_error = WSAGetLastError();
if (os_error != WSAEWOULDBLOCK) {
LOG(ERROR) << "connect failed: " << os_error;
connect_os_error_ = os_error;
return MapConnectError(os_error);
}
}
core_->WatchForRead();
return ERR_IO_PENDING;
}
int TCPClientSocketWin::DoConnectComplete(int result) {
// Log the end of this attempt (and any OS error it threw).
int os_error = connect_os_error_;
connect_os_error_ = 0;
scoped_refptr<NetLog::EventParameters> params;
if (result != OK)
params = new NetLogIntegerParameter("os_error", os_error);
net_log_.EndEvent(NetLog::TYPE_TCP_CONNECT_ATTEMPT, params);
if (result == OK) {
connect_time_micros_ = base::TimeTicks::Now() - connect_start_time_;
use_history_.set_was_ever_connected();
return OK; // Done!
}
// Close whatever partially connected socket we currently have.
DoDisconnect();
// Try to fall back to the next address in the list.
if (current_ai_->ai_next) {
next_connect_state_ = CONNECT_STATE_CONNECT;
current_ai_ = current_ai_->ai_next;
return OK;
}
// Otherwise there is nothing to fall back to, so give up.
return result;
}
void TCPClientSocketWin::Disconnect() {
DoDisconnect();
current_ai_ = NULL;
}
void TCPClientSocketWin::DoDisconnect() {
DCHECK(CalledOnValidThread());
if (socket_ == INVALID_SOCKET)
return;
// Note: don't use CancelIo to cancel pending IO because it doesn't work
// when there is a Winsock layered service provider.
// In most socket implementations, closing a socket results in a graceful
// connection shutdown, but in Winsock we have to call shutdown explicitly.
// See the MSDN page "Graceful Shutdown, Linger Options, and Socket Closure"
// at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms738547.aspx
shutdown(socket_, SD_SEND);
// This cancels any pending IO.
closesocket(socket_);
socket_ = INVALID_SOCKET;
if (waiting_connect()) {
// We closed the socket, so this notification will never come.
// From MSDN' WSAEventSelect documentation:
// "Closing a socket with closesocket also cancels the association and
// selection of network events specified in WSAEventSelect for the socket".
core_->Release();
}
waiting_read_ = false;
waiting_write_ = false;
core_->Detach();
core_ = NULL;
previously_disconnected_ = true;
}
bool TCPClientSocketWin::IsConnected() const {
DCHECK(CalledOnValidThread());
if (socket_ == INVALID_SOCKET || waiting_connect())
return false;
if (waiting_read_)
return true;
// Check if connection is alive.
char c;
int rv = recv(socket_, &c, 1, MSG_PEEK);
if (rv == 0)
return false;
if (rv == SOCKET_ERROR && WSAGetLastError() != WSAEWOULDBLOCK)
return false;
return true;
}
bool TCPClientSocketWin::IsConnectedAndIdle() const {
DCHECK(CalledOnValidThread());
if (socket_ == INVALID_SOCKET || waiting_connect())
return false;
if (waiting_read_)
return true;
// Check if connection is alive and we haven't received any data
// unexpectedly.
char c;
int rv = recv(socket_, &c, 1, MSG_PEEK);
if (rv >= 0)
return false;
if (WSAGetLastError() != WSAEWOULDBLOCK)
return false;
return true;
}
int TCPClientSocketWin::GetPeerAddress(AddressList* address) const {
DCHECK(CalledOnValidThread());
DCHECK(address);
if (!IsConnected())
return ERR_SOCKET_NOT_CONNECTED;
*address = AddressList::CreateByCopyingFirstAddress(current_ai_);
return OK;
}
int TCPClientSocketWin::GetLocalAddress(IPEndPoint* address) const {
DCHECK(CalledOnValidThread());
DCHECK(address);
if (!IsConnected())
return ERR_SOCKET_NOT_CONNECTED;
struct sockaddr_storage addr_storage;
socklen_t addr_len = sizeof(addr_storage);
struct sockaddr* addr = reinterpret_cast<struct sockaddr*>(&addr_storage);
if (getsockname(socket_, addr, &addr_len))
return MapSystemError(WSAGetLastError());
if (!address->FromSockAddr(addr, addr_len))
return ERR_FAILED;
return OK;
}
void TCPClientSocketWin::SetSubresourceSpeculation() {
use_history_.set_subresource_speculation();
}
void TCPClientSocketWin::SetOmniboxSpeculation() {
use_history_.set_omnibox_speculation();
}
bool TCPClientSocketWin::WasEverUsed() const {
return use_history_.was_used_to_convey_data();
}
bool TCPClientSocketWin::UsingTCPFastOpen() const {
// Not supported on windows.
return false;
}
int64 TCPClientSocketWin::NumBytesRead() const {
return num_bytes_read_;
}
base::TimeDelta TCPClientSocketWin::GetConnectTimeMicros() const {
return connect_time_micros_;
}
int TCPClientSocketWin::Read(IOBuffer* buf,
int buf_len,
OldCompletionCallback* callback) {
DCHECK(CalledOnValidThread());
DCHECK_NE(socket_, INVALID_SOCKET);
DCHECK(!waiting_read_);
DCHECK(!read_callback_);
DCHECK(!core_->read_iobuffer_);
buf_len = core_->ThrottleReadSize(buf_len);
core_->read_buffer_.len = buf_len;
core_->read_buffer_.buf = buf->data();
// TODO(wtc): Remove the assertion after enough testing.
AssertEventNotSignaled(core_->read_overlapped_.hEvent);
DWORD num, flags = 0;
int rv = WSARecv(socket_, &core_->read_buffer_, 1, &num, &flags,
&core_->read_overlapped_, NULL);
if (rv == 0) {
if (ResetEventIfSignaled(core_->read_overlapped_.hEvent)) {
base::StatsCounter read_bytes("tcp.read_bytes");
read_bytes.Add(num);
num_bytes_read_ += num;
if (num > 0)
use_history_.set_was_used_to_convey_data();
net_log_.AddByteTransferEvent(NetLog::TYPE_SOCKET_BYTES_RECEIVED, num,
core_->read_buffer_.buf);
return static_cast<int>(num);
}
} else {
int os_error = WSAGetLastError();
if (os_error != WSA_IO_PENDING)
return MapSystemError(os_error);
}
core_->WatchForRead();
waiting_read_ = true;
read_callback_ = callback;
core_->read_iobuffer_ = buf;
return ERR_IO_PENDING;
}
int TCPClientSocketWin::Write(IOBuffer* buf,
int buf_len,
OldCompletionCallback* callback) {
DCHECK(CalledOnValidThread());
DCHECK_NE(socket_, INVALID_SOCKET);
DCHECK(!waiting_write_);
DCHECK(!write_callback_);
DCHECK_GT(buf_len, 0);
DCHECK(!core_->write_iobuffer_);
base::StatsCounter writes("tcp.writes");
writes.Increment();
core_->write_buffer_.len = buf_len;
core_->write_buffer_.buf = buf->data();
core_->write_buffer_length_ = buf_len;
// TODO(wtc): Remove the assertion after enough testing.
AssertEventNotSignaled(core_->write_overlapped_.hEvent);
DWORD num;
int rv = WSASend(socket_, &core_->write_buffer_, 1, &num, 0,
&core_->write_overlapped_, NULL);
if (rv == 0) {
if (ResetEventIfSignaled(core_->write_overlapped_.hEvent)) {
rv = static_cast<int>(num);
if (rv > buf_len || rv < 0) {
// It seems that some winsock interceptors report that more was written
// than was available. Treat this as an error. http://crbug.com/27870
LOG(ERROR) << "Detected broken LSP: Asked to write " << buf_len
<< " bytes, but " << rv << " bytes reported.";
return ERR_WINSOCK_UNEXPECTED_WRITTEN_BYTES;
}
base::StatsCounter write_bytes("tcp.write_bytes");
write_bytes.Add(rv);
if (rv > 0)
use_history_.set_was_used_to_convey_data();
net_log_.AddByteTransferEvent(NetLog::TYPE_SOCKET_BYTES_SENT, rv,
core_->write_buffer_.buf);
return rv;
}
} else {
int os_error = WSAGetLastError();
if (os_error != WSA_IO_PENDING)
return MapSystemError(os_error);
}
core_->WatchForWrite();
waiting_write_ = true;
write_callback_ = callback;
core_->write_iobuffer_ = buf;
return ERR_IO_PENDING;
}
bool TCPClientSocketWin::SetReceiveBufferSize(int32 size) {
DCHECK(CalledOnValidThread());
return SetSocketReceiveBufferSize(socket_, size);
}
bool TCPClientSocketWin::SetSendBufferSize(int32 size) {
DCHECK(CalledOnValidThread());
return SetSocketSendBufferSize(socket_, size);
}
void TCPClientSocketWin::LogConnectCompletion(int net_error) {
if (net_error == OK)
UpdateConnectionTypeHistograms(CONNECTION_ANY);
if (net_error != OK) {
net_log_.EndEventWithNetErrorCode(NetLog::TYPE_TCP_CONNECT, net_error);
return;
}
struct sockaddr_storage source_address;
socklen_t addrlen = sizeof(source_address);
int rv = getsockname(
socket_, reinterpret_cast<struct sockaddr*>(&source_address), &addrlen);
if (rv != 0) {
LOG(ERROR) << "getsockname() [rv: " << rv
<< "] error: " << WSAGetLastError();
NOTREACHED();
net_log_.EndEventWithNetErrorCode(NetLog::TYPE_TCP_CONNECT, rv);
return;
}
const std::string source_address_str =
NetAddressToStringWithPort(
reinterpret_cast<const struct sockaddr*>(&source_address),
sizeof(source_address));
net_log_.EndEvent(NetLog::TYPE_TCP_CONNECT,
make_scoped_refptr(new NetLogStringParameter(
"source address",
source_address_str)));
}
void TCPClientSocketWin::DoReadCallback(int rv) {
DCHECK_NE(rv, ERR_IO_PENDING);
DCHECK(read_callback_);
// since Run may result in Read being called, clear read_callback_ up front.
OldCompletionCallback* c = read_callback_;
read_callback_ = NULL;
c->Run(rv);
}
void TCPClientSocketWin::DoWriteCallback(int rv) {
DCHECK_NE(rv, ERR_IO_PENDING);
DCHECK(write_callback_);
// since Run may result in Write being called, clear write_callback_ up front.
OldCompletionCallback* c = write_callback_;
write_callback_ = NULL;
c->Run(rv);
}
void TCPClientSocketWin::DidCompleteConnect() {
DCHECK_EQ(next_connect_state_, CONNECT_STATE_CONNECT_COMPLETE);
int result;
WSANETWORKEVENTS events;
int rv = WSAEnumNetworkEvents(socket_, core_->read_overlapped_.hEvent,
&events);
int os_error = 0;
if (rv == SOCKET_ERROR) {
NOTREACHED();
os_error = WSAGetLastError();
result = MapSystemError(os_error);
} else if (events.lNetworkEvents & FD_CONNECT) {
os_error = events.iErrorCode[FD_CONNECT_BIT];
result = MapConnectError(os_error);
} else {
NOTREACHED();
result = ERR_UNEXPECTED;
}
connect_os_error_ = os_error;
rv = DoConnectLoop(result);
if (rv != ERR_IO_PENDING) {
LogConnectCompletion(rv);
DoReadCallback(rv);
}
}
void TCPClientSocketWin::DidCompleteRead() {
DCHECK(waiting_read_);
DWORD num_bytes, flags;
BOOL ok = WSAGetOverlappedResult(socket_, &core_->read_overlapped_,
&num_bytes, FALSE, &flags);
WSAResetEvent(core_->read_overlapped_.hEvent);
waiting_read_ = false;
core_->read_iobuffer_ = NULL;
if (ok) {
base::StatsCounter read_bytes("tcp.read_bytes");
read_bytes.Add(num_bytes);
num_bytes_read_ += num_bytes;
if (num_bytes > 0)
use_history_.set_was_used_to_convey_data();
net_log_.AddByteTransferEvent(NetLog::TYPE_SOCKET_BYTES_RECEIVED,
num_bytes, core_->read_buffer_.buf);
}
DoReadCallback(ok ? num_bytes : MapSystemError(WSAGetLastError()));
}
void TCPClientSocketWin::DidCompleteWrite() {
DCHECK(waiting_write_);
DWORD num_bytes, flags;
BOOL ok = WSAGetOverlappedResult(socket_, &core_->write_overlapped_,
&num_bytes, FALSE, &flags);
WSAResetEvent(core_->write_overlapped_.hEvent);
waiting_write_ = false;
int rv;
if (!ok) {
rv = MapSystemError(WSAGetLastError());
} else {
rv = static_cast<int>(num_bytes);
if (rv > core_->write_buffer_length_ || rv < 0) {
// It seems that some winsock interceptors report that more was written
// than was available. Treat this as an error. http://crbug.com/27870
LOG(ERROR) << "Detected broken LSP: Asked to write "
<< core_->write_buffer_length_ << " bytes, but " << rv
<< " bytes reported.";
rv = ERR_WINSOCK_UNEXPECTED_WRITTEN_BYTES;
} else {
base::StatsCounter write_bytes("tcp.write_bytes");
write_bytes.Add(num_bytes);
if (num_bytes > 0)
use_history_.set_was_used_to_convey_data();
net_log_.AddByteTransferEvent(NetLog::TYPE_SOCKET_BYTES_SENT, num_bytes,
core_->write_buffer_.buf);
}
}
core_->write_iobuffer_ = NULL;
DoWriteCallback(rv);
}
} // namespace net