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// Copyright (c) 2012 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/dns/host_resolver_impl.h"
#include <algorithm>
#include <memory>
#include <string>
#include <tuple>
#include <vector>
#include "base/bind.h"
#include "base/bind_helpers.h"
#include "base/location.h"
#include "base/macros.h"
#include "base/memory/ptr_util.h"
#include "base/memory/ref_counted.h"
#include "base/message_loop/message_loop.h"
#include "base/run_loop.h"
#include "base/single_thread_task_runner.h"
#include "base/strings/string_util.h"
#include "base/strings/stringprintf.h"
#include "base/synchronization/condition_variable.h"
#include "base/synchronization/lock.h"
#include "base/test/test_timeouts.h"
#include "base/threading/thread_task_runner_handle.h"
#include "base/time/time.h"
#include "net/base/address_list.h"
#include "net/base/ip_address.h"
#include "net/base/net_errors.h"
#include "net/dns/dns_client.h"
#include "net/dns/dns_test_util.h"
#include "net/dns/mock_host_resolver.h"
#include "net/log/test_net_log.h"
#include "testing/gtest/include/gtest/gtest.h"
namespace net {
namespace {
const size_t kMaxJobs = 10u;
const size_t kMaxRetryAttempts = 4u;
HostResolver::Options DefaultOptions() {
HostResolver::Options options;
options.max_concurrent_resolves = kMaxJobs;
options.max_retry_attempts = kMaxRetryAttempts;
options.enable_caching = true;
return options;
}
HostResolverImpl::ProcTaskParams DefaultParams(
HostResolverProc* resolver_proc) {
return HostResolverImpl::ProcTaskParams(resolver_proc, kMaxRetryAttempts);
}
// A HostResolverProc that pushes each host mapped into a list and allows
// waiting for a specific number of requests. Unlike RuleBasedHostResolverProc
// it never calls SystemHostResolverCall. By default resolves all hostnames to
// "127.0.0.1". After AddRule(), it resolves only names explicitly specified.
class MockHostResolverProc : public HostResolverProc {
public:
struct ResolveKey {
ResolveKey(const std::string& hostname, AddressFamily address_family)
: hostname(hostname), address_family(address_family) {}
bool operator<(const ResolveKey& other) const {
return std::tie(address_family, hostname) <
std::tie(other.address_family, other.hostname);
}
std::string hostname;
AddressFamily address_family;
};
typedef std::vector<ResolveKey> CaptureList;
MockHostResolverProc()
: HostResolverProc(NULL),
num_requests_waiting_(0),
num_slots_available_(0),
requests_waiting_(&lock_),
slots_available_(&lock_) {
}
// Waits until |count| calls to |Resolve| are blocked. Returns false when
// timed out.
bool WaitFor(unsigned count) {
base::AutoLock lock(lock_);
base::Time start_time = base::Time::Now();
while (num_requests_waiting_ < count) {
requests_waiting_.TimedWait(TestTimeouts::action_timeout());
if (base::Time::Now() > start_time + TestTimeouts::action_timeout())
return false;
}
return true;
}
// Signals |count| waiting calls to |Resolve|. First come first served.
void SignalMultiple(unsigned count) {
base::AutoLock lock(lock_);
num_slots_available_ += count;
slots_available_.Broadcast();
}
// Signals all waiting calls to |Resolve|. Beware of races.
void SignalAll() {
base::AutoLock lock(lock_);
num_slots_available_ = num_requests_waiting_;
slots_available_.Broadcast();
}
void AddRule(const std::string& hostname, AddressFamily family,
const AddressList& result) {
base::AutoLock lock(lock_);
rules_[ResolveKey(hostname, family)] = result;
}
void AddRule(const std::string& hostname, AddressFamily family,
const std::string& ip_list) {
AddressList result;
int rv = ParseAddressList(ip_list, std::string(), &result);
DCHECK_EQ(OK, rv);
AddRule(hostname, family, result);
}
void AddRuleForAllFamilies(const std::string& hostname,
const std::string& ip_list) {
AddressList result;
int rv = ParseAddressList(ip_list, std::string(), &result);
DCHECK_EQ(OK, rv);
AddRule(hostname, ADDRESS_FAMILY_UNSPECIFIED, result);
AddRule(hostname, ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4, result);
AddRule(hostname, ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV6, result);
}
int Resolve(const std::string& hostname,
AddressFamily address_family,
HostResolverFlags host_resolver_flags,
AddressList* addrlist,
int* os_error) override {
base::AutoLock lock(lock_);
capture_list_.push_back(ResolveKey(hostname, address_family));
++num_requests_waiting_;
requests_waiting_.Broadcast();
while (!num_slots_available_)
slots_available_.Wait();
DCHECK_GT(num_requests_waiting_, 0u);
--num_slots_available_;
--num_requests_waiting_;
if (rules_.empty()) {
int rv = ParseAddressList("127.0.0.1", std::string(), addrlist);
DCHECK_EQ(OK, rv);
return OK;
}
ResolveKey key(hostname, address_family);
if (rules_.count(key) == 0)
return ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED;
*addrlist = rules_[key];
return OK;
}
CaptureList GetCaptureList() const {
CaptureList copy;
{
base::AutoLock lock(lock_);
copy = capture_list_;
}
return copy;
}
bool HasBlockedRequests() const {
base::AutoLock lock(lock_);
return num_requests_waiting_ > num_slots_available_;
}
protected:
~MockHostResolverProc() override {}
private:
mutable base::Lock lock_;
std::map<ResolveKey, AddressList> rules_;
CaptureList capture_list_;
unsigned num_requests_waiting_;
unsigned num_slots_available_;
base::ConditionVariable requests_waiting_;
base::ConditionVariable slots_available_;
DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN(MockHostResolverProc);
};
bool AddressListContains(const AddressList& list,
const std::string& address,
uint16_t port) {
IPAddress ip;
bool rv = ip.AssignFromIPLiteral(address);
DCHECK(rv);
return std::find(list.begin(),
list.end(),
IPEndPoint(ip, port)) != list.end();
}
// A wrapper for requests to a HostResolver.
class Request {
public:
// Base class of handlers to be executed on completion of requests.
struct Handler {
virtual ~Handler() {}
virtual void Handle(Request* request) = 0;
};
Request(const HostResolver::RequestInfo& info,
RequestPriority priority,
size_t index,
HostResolver* resolver,
Handler* handler)
: info_(info),
priority_(priority),
index_(index),
resolver_(resolver),
handler_(handler),
quit_on_complete_(false),
result_(ERR_UNEXPECTED),
handle_(NULL) {}
int Resolve() {
DCHECK(resolver_);
DCHECK(!handle_);
list_ = AddressList();
result_ = resolver_->Resolve(
info_,
priority_,
&list_,
base::Bind(&Request::OnComplete, base::Unretained(this)),
&handle_,
BoundNetLog());
if (!list_.empty())
EXPECT_EQ(OK, result_);
return result_;
}
int ResolveFromCache() {
DCHECK(resolver_);
DCHECK(!handle_);
return resolver_->ResolveFromCache(info_, &list_, BoundNetLog());
}
void ChangePriority(RequestPriority priority) {
DCHECK(resolver_);
DCHECK(handle_);
resolver_->ChangeRequestPriority(handle_, priority);
priority_ = priority;
}
void Cancel() {
DCHECK(resolver_);
DCHECK(handle_);
resolver_->CancelRequest(handle_);
handle_ = NULL;
}
const HostResolver::RequestInfo& info() const { return info_; }
size_t index() const { return index_; }
const AddressList& list() const { return list_; }
int result() const { return result_; }
bool completed() const { return result_ != ERR_IO_PENDING; }
bool pending() const { return handle_ != NULL; }
bool HasAddress(const std::string& address, uint16_t port) const {
return AddressListContains(list_, address, port);
}
// Returns the number of addresses in |list_|.
unsigned NumberOfAddresses() const {
return list_.size();
}
bool HasOneAddress(const std::string& address, uint16_t port) const {
return HasAddress(address, port) && (NumberOfAddresses() == 1u);
}
// Returns ERR_UNEXPECTED if timed out.
int WaitForResult() {
if (completed())
return result_;
base::CancelableClosure closure(base::MessageLoop::QuitWhenIdleClosure());
base::ThreadTaskRunnerHandle::Get()->PostDelayedTask(
FROM_HERE, closure.callback(), TestTimeouts::action_max_timeout());
quit_on_complete_ = true;
base::MessageLoop::current()->Run();
bool did_quit = !quit_on_complete_;
quit_on_complete_ = false;
closure.Cancel();
if (did_quit)
return result_;
else
return ERR_UNEXPECTED;
}
private:
void OnComplete(int rv) {
EXPECT_TRUE(pending());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, result_);
EXPECT_NE(ERR_IO_PENDING, rv);
result_ = rv;
handle_ = NULL;
if (!list_.empty()) {
EXPECT_EQ(OK, result_);
EXPECT_EQ(info_.port(), list_.front().port());
}
if (handler_)
handler_->Handle(this);
if (quit_on_complete_) {
base::MessageLoop::current()->QuitWhenIdle();
quit_on_complete_ = false;
}
}
HostResolver::RequestInfo info_;
RequestPriority priority_;
size_t index_;
HostResolver* resolver_;
Handler* handler_;
bool quit_on_complete_;
AddressList list_;
int result_;
HostResolver::RequestHandle handle_;
DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN(Request);
};
// Using LookupAttemptHostResolverProc simulate very long lookups, and control
// which attempt resolves the host.
class LookupAttemptHostResolverProc : public HostResolverProc {
public:
LookupAttemptHostResolverProc(HostResolverProc* previous,
int attempt_number_to_resolve,
int total_attempts)
: HostResolverProc(previous),
attempt_number_to_resolve_(attempt_number_to_resolve),
current_attempt_number_(0),
total_attempts_(total_attempts),
total_attempts_resolved_(0),
resolved_attempt_number_(0),
all_done_(&lock_) {
}
// Test harness will wait for all attempts to finish before checking the
// results.
void WaitForAllAttemptsToFinish(const base::TimeDelta& wait_time) {
base::TimeTicks end_time = base::TimeTicks::Now() + wait_time;
{
base::AutoLock auto_lock(lock_);
while (total_attempts_resolved_ != total_attempts_ &&
base::TimeTicks::Now() < end_time) {
all_done_.TimedWait(end_time - base::TimeTicks::Now());
}
}
}
// All attempts will wait for an attempt to resolve the host.
void WaitForAnAttemptToComplete() {
base::TimeDelta wait_time = base::TimeDelta::FromSeconds(60);
base::TimeTicks end_time = base::TimeTicks::Now() + wait_time;
{
base::AutoLock auto_lock(lock_);
while (resolved_attempt_number_ == 0 && base::TimeTicks::Now() < end_time)
all_done_.TimedWait(end_time - base::TimeTicks::Now());
}
all_done_.Broadcast(); // Tell all waiting attempts to proceed.
}
// Returns the number of attempts that have finished the Resolve() method.
int total_attempts_resolved() { return total_attempts_resolved_; }
// Returns the first attempt that that has resolved the host.
int resolved_attempt_number() { return resolved_attempt_number_; }
// HostResolverProc methods.
int Resolve(const std::string& host,
AddressFamily address_family,
HostResolverFlags host_resolver_flags,
AddressList* addrlist,
int* os_error) override {
bool wait_for_right_attempt_to_complete = true;
{
base::AutoLock auto_lock(lock_);
++current_attempt_number_;
if (current_attempt_number_ == attempt_number_to_resolve_) {
resolved_attempt_number_ = current_attempt_number_;
wait_for_right_attempt_to_complete = false;
}
}
if (wait_for_right_attempt_to_complete)
// Wait for the attempt_number_to_resolve_ attempt to resolve.
WaitForAnAttemptToComplete();
int result = ResolveUsingPrevious(host, address_family, host_resolver_flags,
addrlist, os_error);
{
base::AutoLock auto_lock(lock_);
++total_attempts_resolved_;
}
all_done_.Broadcast(); // Tell all attempts to proceed.
// Since any negative number is considered a network error, with -1 having
// special meaning (ERR_IO_PENDING). We could return the attempt that has
// resolved the host as a negative number. For example, if attempt number 3
// resolves the host, then this method returns -4.
if (result == OK)
return -1 - resolved_attempt_number_;
else
return result;
}
protected:
~LookupAttemptHostResolverProc() override {}
private:
int attempt_number_to_resolve_;
int current_attempt_number_; // Incremented whenever Resolve is called.
int total_attempts_;
int total_attempts_resolved_;
int resolved_attempt_number_;
// All attempts wait for right attempt to be resolve.
base::Lock lock_;
base::ConditionVariable all_done_;
};
// TestHostResolverImpl's sole purpose is to mock the IPv6 reachability test.
// By default, this pretends that IPv6 is globally reachable.
// This class is necessary so unit tests run the same on dual-stack machines as
// well as IPv4 only machines.
class TestHostResolverImpl : public HostResolverImpl {
public:
TestHostResolverImpl(const Options& options, NetLog* net_log)
: TestHostResolverImpl(options, net_log, true) {}
TestHostResolverImpl(const Options& options,
NetLog* net_log,
bool ipv6_reachable)
: HostResolverImpl(options, net_log), ipv6_reachable_(ipv6_reachable) {}
~TestHostResolverImpl() override {}
private:
const bool ipv6_reachable_;
bool IsIPv6Reachable(const BoundNetLog& net_log) override {
return ipv6_reachable_;
}
};
const uint16_t kLocalhostLookupPort = 80;
bool HasEndpoint(const IPEndPoint& endpoint, const AddressList& addresses) {
for (const auto& address : addresses) {
if (endpoint == address)
return true;
}
return false;
}
void TestBothLoopbackIPs(const std::string& host) {
IPEndPoint localhost_ipv4(IPAddress::IPv4Localhost(), kLocalhostLookupPort);
IPEndPoint localhost_ipv6(IPAddress::IPv6Localhost(), kLocalhostLookupPort);
AddressList addresses;
EXPECT_TRUE(ResolveLocalHostname(host, kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
EXPECT_EQ(2u, addresses.size());
EXPECT_TRUE(HasEndpoint(localhost_ipv4, addresses));
EXPECT_TRUE(HasEndpoint(localhost_ipv6, addresses));
}
void TestIPv6LoopbackOnly(const std::string& host) {
IPEndPoint localhost_ipv6(IPAddress::IPv6Localhost(), kLocalhostLookupPort);
AddressList addresses;
EXPECT_TRUE(ResolveLocalHostname(host, kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
EXPECT_EQ(1u, addresses.size());
EXPECT_TRUE(HasEndpoint(localhost_ipv6, addresses));
}
} // namespace
class HostResolverImplTest : public testing::Test {
public:
static const int kDefaultPort = 80;
HostResolverImplTest() : proc_(new MockHostResolverProc()) {}
void CreateResolver() {
CreateResolverWithLimitsAndParams(kMaxJobs,
DefaultParams(proc_.get()));
}
// This HostResolverImpl will only allow 1 outstanding resolve at a time and
// perform no retries.
void CreateSerialResolver() {
HostResolverImpl::ProcTaskParams params = DefaultParams(proc_.get());
params.max_retry_attempts = 0u;
CreateResolverWithLimitsAndParams(1u, params);
}
protected:
// A Request::Handler which is a proxy to the HostResolverImplTest fixture.
struct Handler : public Request::Handler {
~Handler() override {}
// Proxy functions so that classes derived from Handler can access them.
Request* CreateRequest(const HostResolver::RequestInfo& info,
RequestPriority priority) {
return test->CreateRequest(info, priority);
}
Request* CreateRequest(const std::string& hostname, int port) {
return test->CreateRequest(hostname, port);
}
Request* CreateRequest(const std::string& hostname) {
return test->CreateRequest(hostname);
}
std::vector<std::unique_ptr<Request>>& requests() {
return test->requests_;
}
void DeleteResolver() { test->resolver_.reset(); }
HostResolverImplTest* test;
};
// testing::Test implementation:
void SetUp() override { CreateResolver(); }
void TearDown() override {
if (resolver_.get())
EXPECT_EQ(0u, resolver_->num_running_dispatcher_jobs_for_tests());
EXPECT_FALSE(proc_->HasBlockedRequests());
}
virtual void CreateResolverWithLimitsAndParams(
size_t max_concurrent_resolves,
const HostResolverImpl::ProcTaskParams& params) {
HostResolverImpl::Options options = DefaultOptions();
options.max_concurrent_resolves = max_concurrent_resolves;
resolver_.reset(new TestHostResolverImpl(options, NULL));
resolver_->set_proc_params_for_test(params);
}
// The Request will not be made until a call to |Resolve()|, and the Job will
// not start until released by |proc_->SignalXXX|.
Request* CreateRequest(const HostResolver::RequestInfo& info,
RequestPriority priority) {
requests_.push_back(base::WrapUnique(new Request(
info, priority, requests_.size(), resolver_.get(), handler_.get())));
return requests_.back().get();
}
Request* CreateRequest(const std::string& hostname,
int port,
RequestPriority priority,
AddressFamily family) {
HostResolver::RequestInfo info(HostPortPair(hostname, port));
info.set_address_family(family);
return CreateRequest(info, priority);
}
Request* CreateRequest(const std::string& hostname,
int port,
RequestPriority priority) {
return CreateRequest(hostname, port, priority, ADDRESS_FAMILY_UNSPECIFIED);
}
Request* CreateRequest(const std::string& hostname, int port) {
return CreateRequest(hostname, port, MEDIUM);
}
Request* CreateRequest(const std::string& hostname) {
return CreateRequest(hostname, kDefaultPort);
}
void set_handler(Handler* handler) {
handler_.reset(handler);
handler_->test = this;
}
// Friendship is not inherited, so use proxies to access those.
size_t num_running_dispatcher_jobs() const {
DCHECK(resolver_.get());
return resolver_->num_running_dispatcher_jobs_for_tests();
}
void set_fallback_to_proctask(bool fallback_to_proctask) {
DCHECK(resolver_.get());
resolver_->fallback_to_proctask_ = fallback_to_proctask;
}
static unsigned maximum_dns_failures() {
return HostResolverImpl::kMaximumDnsFailures;
}
bool IsIPv6Reachable(const BoundNetLog& net_log) {
return resolver_->IsIPv6Reachable(net_log);
}
scoped_refptr<MockHostResolverProc> proc_;
std::unique_ptr<HostResolverImpl> resolver_;
std::vector<std::unique_ptr<Request>> requests_;
std::unique_ptr<Handler> handler_;
};
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, AsynchronousLookup) {
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("just.testing", "192.168.1.42");
proc_->SignalMultiple(1u);
Request* req = CreateRequest("just.testing", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_TRUE(req->HasOneAddress("192.168.1.42", 80));
EXPECT_EQ("just.testing", proc_->GetCaptureList()[0].hostname);
}
// RFC 6761 localhost names should always resolve to loopback.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, LocalhostLookup) {
// Add a rule resolving localhost names to a non-loopback IP and test
// that they still resolves to loopback.
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("foo.localhost", "192.168.1.42");
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("localhost", "192.168.1.42");
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("localhost.", "192.168.1.42");
Request* req0 = CreateRequest("foo.localhost", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req0->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req0->HasAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
EXPECT_TRUE(req0->HasAddress("::1", 80));
Request* req1 = CreateRequest("localhost", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req1->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req1->HasAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
EXPECT_TRUE(req1->HasAddress("::1", 80));
Request* req2 = CreateRequest("localhost.", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req2->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req2->HasAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
EXPECT_TRUE(req2->HasAddress("::1", 80));
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, LocalhostIPV4IPV6Lookup) {
Request* req1 = CreateRequest("localhost6", 80, MEDIUM, ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req1->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(0u, req1->NumberOfAddresses());
Request* req2 = CreateRequest("localhost6", 80, MEDIUM, ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV6);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req2->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req2->HasOneAddress("::1", 80));
Request* req3 =
CreateRequest("localhost6", 80, MEDIUM, ADDRESS_FAMILY_UNSPECIFIED);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req3->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req3->HasOneAddress("::1", 80));
Request* req4 = CreateRequest("localhost", 80, MEDIUM, ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req4->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req4->HasOneAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
Request* req5 = CreateRequest("localhost", 80, MEDIUM, ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV6);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req5->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req5->HasOneAddress("::1", 80));
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, ResolveIPLiteralWithHostResolverSystemOnly) {
const char kIpLiteral[] = "178.78.32.1";
// Add a mapping to tell if the resolver proc was called (if it was called,
// then the result will be the remapped value. Otherwise it will be the IP
// literal).
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies(kIpLiteral, "183.45.32.1");
HostResolver::RequestInfo info_bypass(HostPortPair(kIpLiteral, 80));
info_bypass.set_host_resolver_flags(HOST_RESOLVER_SYSTEM_ONLY);
Request* req = CreateRequest(info_bypass, MEDIUM);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req->HasAddress(kIpLiteral, 80));
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, EmptyListMeansNameNotResolved) {
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("just.testing", "");
proc_->SignalMultiple(1u);
Request* req = CreateRequest("just.testing", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, req->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(0u, req->NumberOfAddresses());
EXPECT_EQ("just.testing", proc_->GetCaptureList()[0].hostname);
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, FailedAsynchronousLookup) {
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies(std::string(),
"0.0.0.0"); // Default to failures.
proc_->SignalMultiple(1u);
Request* req = CreateRequest("just.testing", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, req->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ("just.testing", proc_->GetCaptureList()[0].hostname);
// Also test that the error is not cached.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_DNS_CACHE_MISS, req->ResolveFromCache());
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, AbortedAsynchronousLookup) {
Request* req0 = CreateRequest("just.testing", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req0->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(proc_->WaitFor(1u));
// Resolver is destroyed while job is running on WorkerPool.
resolver_.reset();
proc_->SignalAll();
// To ensure there was no spurious callback, complete with a new resolver.
CreateResolver();
Request* req1 = CreateRequest("just.testing", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req1->Resolve());
proc_->SignalMultiple(2u);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req1->WaitForResult());
// This request was canceled.
EXPECT_FALSE(req0->completed());
}
#if defined(THREAD_SANITIZER)
// Use of WorkerPool in HostResolverImpl causes a data race. crbug.com/334140
#define MAYBE_NumericIPv4Address DISABLED_NumericIPv4Address
#else
#define MAYBE_NumericIPv4Address NumericIPv4Address
#endif
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, MAYBE_NumericIPv4Address) {
// Stevens says dotted quads with AI_UNSPEC resolve to a single sockaddr_in.
Request* req = CreateRequest("127.1.2.3", 5555);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req->HasOneAddress("127.1.2.3", 5555));
}
#if defined(THREAD_SANITIZER)
// Use of WorkerPool in HostResolverImpl causes a data race. crbug.com/334140
#define MAYBE_NumericIPv6Address DISABLED_NumericIPv6Address
#else
#define MAYBE_NumericIPv6Address NumericIPv6Address
#endif
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, MAYBE_NumericIPv6Address) {
// Resolve a plain IPv6 address. Don't worry about [brackets], because
// the caller should have removed them.
Request* req = CreateRequest("2001:db8::1", 5555);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req->HasOneAddress("2001:db8::1", 5555));
}
#if defined(THREAD_SANITIZER)
// Use of WorkerPool in HostResolverImpl causes a data race. crbug.com/334140
#define MAYBE_EmptyHost DISABLED_EmptyHost
#else
#define MAYBE_EmptyHost EmptyHost
#endif
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, MAYBE_EmptyHost) {
Request* req = CreateRequest(std::string(), 5555);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, req->Resolve());
}
#if defined(THREAD_SANITIZER)
// There's a data race in this test that may lead to use-after-free.
// If the test starts to crash without ThreadSanitizer it needs to be disabled
// globally. See http://crbug.com/268946 (stacks for this test in
// crbug.com/333567).
#define MAYBE_EmptyDotsHost DISABLED_EmptyDotsHost
#else
#define MAYBE_EmptyDotsHost EmptyDotsHost
#endif
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, MAYBE_EmptyDotsHost) {
for (int i = 0; i < 16; ++i) {
Request* req = CreateRequest(std::string(i, '.'), 5555);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, req->Resolve());
}
}
#if defined(THREAD_SANITIZER)
// There's a data race in this test that may lead to use-after-free.
// If the test starts to crash without ThreadSanitizer it needs to be disabled
// globally. See http://crbug.com/268946.
#define MAYBE_LongHost DISABLED_LongHost
#else
#define MAYBE_LongHost LongHost
#endif
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, MAYBE_LongHost) {
Request* req = CreateRequest(std::string(4097, 'a'), 5555);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, req->Resolve());
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, DeDupeRequests) {
// Start 5 requests, duplicating hosts "a" and "b". Since the resolver_proc is
// blocked, these should all pile up until we signal it.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("a", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("b", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("b", 81)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("a", 82)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("b", 83)->Resolve());
proc_->SignalMultiple(2u); // One for "a", one for "b".
for (size_t i = 0; i < requests_.size(); ++i) {
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[i]->WaitForResult()) << i;
}
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, CancelMultipleRequests) {
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("a", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("b", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("b", 81)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("a", 82)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("b", 83)->Resolve());
// Cancel everything except request for ("a", 82).
requests_[0]->Cancel();
requests_[1]->Cancel();
requests_[2]->Cancel();
requests_[4]->Cancel();
proc_->SignalMultiple(2u); // One for "a", one for "b".
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[3]->WaitForResult());
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, CanceledRequestsReleaseJobSlots) {
// Fill up the dispatcher and queue.
for (unsigned i = 0; i < kMaxJobs + 1; ++i) {
std::string hostname = "a_";
hostname[1] = 'a' + i;
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest(hostname, 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest(hostname, 81)->Resolve());
}
EXPECT_TRUE(proc_->WaitFor(kMaxJobs));
// Cancel all but last two.
for (unsigned i = 0; i < requests_.size() - 2; ++i) {
requests_[i]->Cancel();
}
EXPECT_TRUE(proc_->WaitFor(kMaxJobs + 1));
proc_->SignalAll();
size_t num_requests = requests_.size();
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[num_requests - 1]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[num_requests - 2]->result());
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, CancelWithinCallback) {
struct MyHandler : public Handler {
void Handle(Request* req) override {
// Port 80 is the first request that the callback will be invoked for.
// While we are executing within that callback, cancel the other requests
// in the job and start another request.
if (req->index() == 0) {
// Once "a:80" completes, it will cancel "a:81" and "a:82".
requests()[1]->Cancel();
requests()[2]->Cancel();
}
}
};
set_handler(new MyHandler());
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; ++i) {
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("a", 80 + i)->Resolve()) << i;
}
proc_->SignalMultiple(2u); // One for "a". One for "finalrequest".
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[0]->WaitForResult());
Request* final_request = CreateRequest("finalrequest", 70);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, final_request->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, final_request->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[3]->completed());
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, DeleteWithinCallback) {
struct MyHandler : public Handler {
void Handle(Request* req) override {
EXPECT_EQ("a", req->info().hostname());
EXPECT_EQ(80, req->info().port());
DeleteResolver();
// Quit after returning from OnCompleted (to give it a chance at
// incorrectly running the cancelled tasks).
base::ThreadTaskRunnerHandle::Get()->PostTask(
FROM_HERE, base::MessageLoop::QuitWhenIdleClosure());
}
};
set_handler(new MyHandler());
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; ++i) {
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("a", 80 + i)->Resolve()) << i;
}
proc_->SignalMultiple(1u); // One for "a".
// |MyHandler| will send quit message once all the requests have finished.
base::MessageLoop::current()->Run();
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, DeleteWithinAbortedCallback) {
struct MyHandler : public Handler {
void Handle(Request* req) override {
EXPECT_EQ("a", req->info().hostname());
EXPECT_EQ(80, req->info().port());
DeleteResolver();
// Quit after returning from OnCompleted (to give it a chance at
// incorrectly running the cancelled tasks).
base::ThreadTaskRunnerHandle::Get()->PostTask(
FROM_HERE, base::MessageLoop::QuitWhenIdleClosure());
}
};
set_handler(new MyHandler());
// This test assumes that the Jobs will be Aborted in order ["a", "b"]
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("a", 80)->Resolve());
// HostResolverImpl will be deleted before later Requests can complete.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("a", 81)->Resolve());
// Job for 'b' will be aborted before it can complete.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("b", 82)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("b", 83)->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(proc_->WaitFor(1u));
// Triggering an IP address change.
NetworkChangeNotifier::NotifyObserversOfIPAddressChangeForTests();
// |MyHandler| will send quit message once all the requests have finished.
base::MessageLoop::current()->Run();
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED, requests_[0]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, requests_[1]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, requests_[2]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, requests_[3]->result());
// Clean up.
proc_->SignalMultiple(requests_.size());
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, StartWithinCallback) {
struct MyHandler : public Handler {
void Handle(Request* req) override {
if (req->index() == 0) {
// On completing the first request, start another request for "a".
// Since caching is disabled, this will result in another async request.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("a", 70)->Resolve());
}
}
};
set_handler(new MyHandler());
// Turn off caching for this host resolver.
HostResolver::Options options = DefaultOptions();
options.enable_caching = false;
resolver_.reset(new TestHostResolverImpl(options, NULL));
resolver_->set_proc_params_for_test(DefaultParams(proc_.get()));
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; ++i) {
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("a", 80 + i)->Resolve()) << i;
}
proc_->SignalMultiple(2u); // One for "a". One for the second "a".
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[0]->WaitForResult());
ASSERT_EQ(5u, requests_.size());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_.back()->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(2u, proc_->GetCaptureList().size());
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, BypassCache) {
struct MyHandler : public Handler {
void Handle(Request* req) override {
if (req->index() == 0) {
// On completing the first request, start another request for "a".
// Since caching is enabled, this should complete synchronously.
std::string hostname = req->info().hostname();
EXPECT_EQ(OK, CreateRequest(hostname, 70)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, CreateRequest(hostname, 75)->ResolveFromCache());
// Ok good. Now make sure that if we ask to bypass the cache, it can no
// longer service the request synchronously.
HostResolver::RequestInfo info(HostPortPair(hostname, 71));
info.set_allow_cached_response(false);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING,
CreateRequest(info, DEFAULT_PRIORITY)->Resolve());
} else if (71 == req->info().port()) {
// Test is done.
base::MessageLoop::current()->QuitWhenIdle();
} else {
FAIL() << "Unexpected request";
}
}
};
set_handler(new MyHandler());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("a", 80)->Resolve());
proc_->SignalMultiple(3u); // Only need two, but be generous.
// |verifier| will send quit message once all the requests have finished.
base::MessageLoop::current()->Run();
EXPECT_EQ(2u, proc_->GetCaptureList().size());
}
// Test that IP address changes flush the cache but initial DNS config reads do
// not.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, FlushCacheOnIPAddressChange) {
proc_->SignalMultiple(2u); // One before the flush, one after.
Request* req = CreateRequest("host1", 70);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req->WaitForResult());
req = CreateRequest("host1", 75);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req->Resolve()); // Should complete synchronously.
// Verify initial DNS config read does not flush cache.
NetworkChangeNotifier::NotifyObserversOfInitialDNSConfigReadForTests();
req = CreateRequest("host1", 75);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req->Resolve()); // Should complete synchronously.
// Flush cache by triggering an IP address change.
NetworkChangeNotifier::NotifyObserversOfIPAddressChangeForTests();
base::MessageLoop::current()->RunUntilIdle(); // Notification happens async.
// Resolve "host1" again -- this time it won't be served from cache, so it
// will complete asynchronously.
req = CreateRequest("host1", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req->WaitForResult());
}
// Test that IP address changes send ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED to pending requests.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, AbortOnIPAddressChanged) {
Request* req = CreateRequest("host1", 70);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(proc_->WaitFor(1u));
// Triggering an IP address change.
NetworkChangeNotifier::NotifyObserversOfIPAddressChangeForTests();
base::MessageLoop::current()->RunUntilIdle(); // Notification happens async.
proc_->SignalAll();
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED, req->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(0u, resolver_->GetHostCache()->size());
}
// Test that initial DNS config read signals do not abort pending requests.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, DontAbortOnInitialDNSConfigRead) {
Request* req = CreateRequest("host1", 70);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(proc_->WaitFor(1u));
// Triggering initial DNS config read signal.
NetworkChangeNotifier::NotifyObserversOfInitialDNSConfigReadForTests();
base::MessageLoop::current()->RunUntilIdle(); // Notification happens async.
proc_->SignalAll();
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req->WaitForResult());
}
// Obey pool constraints after IP address has changed.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, ObeyPoolConstraintsAfterIPAddressChange) {
// Runs at most one job at a time.
CreateSerialResolver();
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("a")->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("b")->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("c")->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(proc_->WaitFor(1u));
// Triggering an IP address change.
NetworkChangeNotifier::NotifyObserversOfIPAddressChangeForTests();
base::MessageLoop::current()->RunUntilIdle(); // Notification happens async.
proc_->SignalMultiple(3u); // Let the false-start go so that we can catch it.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED, requests_[0]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(1u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
EXPECT_FALSE(requests_[1]->completed());
EXPECT_FALSE(requests_[2]->completed());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[2]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[1]->result());
}
// Tests that a new Request made from the callback of a previously aborted one
// will not be aborted.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, AbortOnlyExistingRequestsOnIPAddressChange) {
struct MyHandler : public Handler {
void Handle(Request* req) override {
// Start new request for a different hostname to ensure that the order
// of jobs in HostResolverImpl is not stable.
std::string hostname;
if (req->index() == 0)
hostname = "zzz";
else if (req->index() == 1)
hostname = "aaa";
else if (req->index() == 2)
hostname = "eee";
else
return; // A request started from within MyHandler.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest(hostname)->Resolve()) << hostname;
}
};
set_handler(new MyHandler());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("bbb")->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("eee")->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ccc")->Resolve());
// Wait until all are blocked;
EXPECT_TRUE(proc_->WaitFor(3u));
// Trigger an IP address change.
NetworkChangeNotifier::NotifyObserversOfIPAddressChangeForTests();
// This should abort all running jobs.
base::MessageLoop::current()->RunUntilIdle();
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED, requests_[0]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED, requests_[1]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED, requests_[2]->result());
ASSERT_EQ(6u, requests_.size());
// Unblock all calls to proc.
proc_->SignalMultiple(requests_.size());
// Run until the re-started requests finish.
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[3]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[4]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[5]->WaitForResult());
// Verify that results of aborted Jobs were not cached.
EXPECT_EQ(6u, proc_->GetCaptureList().size());
EXPECT_EQ(3u, resolver_->GetHostCache()->size());
}
// Tests that when the maximum threads is set to 1, requests are dequeued
// in order of priority.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, HigherPriorityRequestsStartedFirst) {
CreateSerialResolver();
// Note that at this point the MockHostResolverProc is blocked, so any
// requests we make will not complete.
CreateRequest("req0", 80, LOW);
CreateRequest("req1", 80, MEDIUM);
CreateRequest("req2", 80, MEDIUM);
CreateRequest("req3", 80, LOW);
CreateRequest("req4", 80, HIGHEST);
CreateRequest("req5", 80, LOW);
CreateRequest("req6", 80, LOW);
CreateRequest("req5", 80, HIGHEST);
for (size_t i = 0; i < requests_.size(); ++i) {
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, requests_[i]->Resolve()) << i;
}
// Unblock the resolver thread so the requests can run.
proc_->SignalMultiple(requests_.size()); // More than needed.
// Wait for all the requests to complete succesfully.
for (size_t i = 0; i < requests_.size(); ++i) {
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[i]->WaitForResult()) << i;
}
// Since we have restricted to a single concurrent thread in the jobpool,
// the requests should complete in order of priority (with the exception
// of the first request, which gets started right away, since there is
// nothing outstanding).
MockHostResolverProc::CaptureList capture_list = proc_->GetCaptureList();
ASSERT_EQ(7u, capture_list.size());
EXPECT_EQ("req0", capture_list[0].hostname);
EXPECT_EQ("req4", capture_list[1].hostname);
EXPECT_EQ("req5", capture_list[2].hostname);
EXPECT_EQ("req1", capture_list[3].hostname);
EXPECT_EQ("req2", capture_list[4].hostname);
EXPECT_EQ("req3", capture_list[5].hostname);
EXPECT_EQ("req6", capture_list[6].hostname);
}
// Test that changing a job's priority affects the dequeueing order.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, ChangePriority) {
CreateSerialResolver();
CreateRequest("req0", 80, MEDIUM);
CreateRequest("req1", 80, LOW);
CreateRequest("req2", 80, LOWEST);
ASSERT_EQ(3u, requests_.size());
// req0 starts immediately; without ChangePriority, req1 and then req2 should
// run.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, requests_[0]->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, requests_[1]->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, requests_[2]->Resolve());
// Changing req2 to HIGH should make it run before req1.
// (It can't run before req0, since req0 started immediately.)
requests_[2]->ChangePriority(HIGHEST);
// Let all 3 requests finish.
proc_->SignalMultiple(3u);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[0]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[1]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[2]->WaitForResult());
MockHostResolverProc::CaptureList capture_list = proc_->GetCaptureList();
ASSERT_EQ(3u, capture_list.size());
EXPECT_EQ("req0", capture_list[0].hostname);
EXPECT_EQ("req2", capture_list[1].hostname);
EXPECT_EQ("req1", capture_list[2].hostname);
}
// Try cancelling a job which has not started yet.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, CancelPendingRequest) {
CreateSerialResolver();
CreateRequest("req0", 80, LOWEST);
CreateRequest("req1", 80, HIGHEST); // Will cancel.
CreateRequest("req2", 80, MEDIUM);
CreateRequest("req3", 80, LOW);
CreateRequest("req4", 80, HIGHEST); // Will cancel.
CreateRequest("req5", 80, LOWEST); // Will cancel.
CreateRequest("req6", 80, MEDIUM);
// Start all of the requests.
for (size_t i = 0; i < requests_.size(); ++i) {
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, requests_[i]->Resolve()) << i;
}
// Cancel some requests
requests_[1]->Cancel();
requests_[4]->Cancel();
requests_[5]->Cancel();
// Unblock the resolver thread so the requests can run.
proc_->SignalMultiple(requests_.size()); // More than needed.
// Wait for all the requests to complete succesfully.
for (size_t i = 0; i < requests_.size(); ++i) {
if (!requests_[i]->pending())
continue; // Don't wait for the requests we cancelled.
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[i]->WaitForResult()) << i;
}
// Verify that they called out the the resolver proc (which runs on the
// resolver thread) in the expected order.
MockHostResolverProc::CaptureList capture_list = proc_->GetCaptureList();
ASSERT_EQ(4u, capture_list.size());
EXPECT_EQ("req0", capture_list[0].hostname);
EXPECT_EQ("req2", capture_list[1].hostname);
EXPECT_EQ("req6", capture_list[2].hostname);
EXPECT_EQ("req3", capture_list[3].hostname);
}
// Test that when too many requests are enqueued, old ones start to be aborted.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, QueueOverflow) {
CreateSerialResolver();
// Allow only 3 queued jobs.
const size_t kMaxPendingJobs = 3u;
resolver_->SetMaxQueuedJobs(kMaxPendingJobs);
// Note that at this point the MockHostResolverProc is blocked, so any
// requests we make will not complete.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("req0", 80, LOWEST)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("req1", 80, HIGHEST)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("req2", 80, MEDIUM)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("req3", 80, MEDIUM)->Resolve());
// At this point, there are 3 enqueued jobs.
// Insertion of subsequent requests will cause evictions
// based on priority.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_HOST_RESOLVER_QUEUE_TOO_LARGE,
CreateRequest("req4", 80, LOW)->Resolve()); // Evicts itself!
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("req5", 80, MEDIUM)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_HOST_RESOLVER_QUEUE_TOO_LARGE, requests_[2]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("req6", 80, HIGHEST)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_HOST_RESOLVER_QUEUE_TOO_LARGE, requests_[3]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("req7", 80, MEDIUM)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_HOST_RESOLVER_QUEUE_TOO_LARGE, requests_[5]->result());
// Unblock the resolver thread so the requests can run.
proc_->SignalMultiple(4u);
// The rest should succeed.
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[7]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[0]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[1]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[6]->result());
// Verify that they called out the the resolver proc (which runs on the
// resolver thread) in the expected order.
MockHostResolverProc::CaptureList capture_list = proc_->GetCaptureList();
ASSERT_EQ(4u, capture_list.size());
EXPECT_EQ("req0", capture_list[0].hostname);
EXPECT_EQ("req1", capture_list[1].hostname);
EXPECT_EQ("req6", capture_list[2].hostname);
EXPECT_EQ("req7", capture_list[3].hostname);
// Verify that the evicted (incomplete) requests were not cached.
EXPECT_EQ(4u, resolver_->GetHostCache()->size());
for (size_t i = 0; i < requests_.size(); ++i) {
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[i]->completed()) << i;
}
}
// Make sure that the address family parameter is respected when raw IPs are
// passed in.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, AddressFamilyWithRawIPs) {
Request* request =
CreateRequest("127.0.0.1", 80, MEDIUM, ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, request->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(request->HasOneAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
request = CreateRequest("127.0.0.1", 80, MEDIUM, ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV6);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, request->Resolve());
request = CreateRequest("127.0.0.1", 80, MEDIUM, ADDRESS_FAMILY_UNSPECIFIED);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, request->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(request->HasOneAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
request = CreateRequest("::1", 80, MEDIUM, ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, request->Resolve());
request = CreateRequest("::1", 80, MEDIUM, ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV6);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, request->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(request->HasOneAddress("::1", 80));
request = CreateRequest("::1", 80, MEDIUM, ADDRESS_FAMILY_UNSPECIFIED);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, request->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(request->HasOneAddress("::1", 80));
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, ResolveFromCache) {
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("just.testing", "192.168.1.42");
proc_->SignalMultiple(1u); // Need only one.
HostResolver::RequestInfo info(HostPortPair("just.testing", 80));
// First hit will miss the cache.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_DNS_CACHE_MISS,
CreateRequest(info, DEFAULT_PRIORITY)->ResolveFromCache());
// This time, we fetch normally.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest(info, DEFAULT_PRIORITY)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[1]->WaitForResult());
// Now we should be able to fetch from the cache.
EXPECT_EQ(OK, CreateRequest(info, DEFAULT_PRIORITY)->ResolveFromCache());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[2]->HasOneAddress("192.168.1.42", 80));
}
// Test the retry attempts simulating host resolver proc that takes too long.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, MultipleAttempts) {
// Total number of attempts would be 3 and we want the 3rd attempt to resolve
// the host. First and second attempt will be forced to sleep until they get
// word that a resolution has completed. The 3rd resolution attempt will try
// to get done ASAP, and won't sleep..
int kAttemptNumberToResolve = 3;
int kTotalAttempts = 3;
scoped_refptr<LookupAttemptHostResolverProc> resolver_proc(
new LookupAttemptHostResolverProc(
NULL, kAttemptNumberToResolve, kTotalAttempts));
HostResolverImpl::ProcTaskParams params = DefaultParams(resolver_proc.get());
// Specify smaller interval for unresponsive_delay_ for HostResolverImpl so
// that unit test runs faster. For example, this test finishes in 1.5 secs
// (500ms * 3).
params.unresponsive_delay = base::TimeDelta::FromMilliseconds(500);
resolver_.reset(new TestHostResolverImpl(DefaultOptions(), NULL));
resolver_->set_proc_params_for_test(params);
// Resolve "host1".
HostResolver::RequestInfo info(HostPortPair("host1", 70));
Request* req = CreateRequest(info, DEFAULT_PRIORITY);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req->Resolve());
// Resolve returns -4 to indicate that 3rd attempt has resolved the host.
EXPECT_EQ(-4, req->WaitForResult());
resolver_proc->WaitForAllAttemptsToFinish(
base::TimeDelta::FromMilliseconds(60000));
base::MessageLoop::current()->RunUntilIdle();
EXPECT_EQ(resolver_proc->total_attempts_resolved(), kTotalAttempts);
EXPECT_EQ(resolver_proc->resolved_attempt_number(), kAttemptNumberToResolve);
}
// If a host resolves to a list that includes 127.0.53.53, this is treated as
// an error. 127.0.53.53 is a localhost address, however it has been given a
// special significance by ICANN to help surfance name collision resulting from
// the new gTLDs.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, NameCollision127_0_53_53) {
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("single", "127.0.53.53");
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("multiple", "127.0.0.1,127.0.53.53");
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("ipv6", "::127.0.53.53");
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("not_reserved1", "53.53.0.127");
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("not_reserved2", "127.0.53.54");
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("not_reserved3", "10.0.53.53");
proc_->SignalMultiple(6u);
Request* request;
request = CreateRequest("single");
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, request->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_ICANN_NAME_COLLISION, request->WaitForResult());
request = CreateRequest("multiple");
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, request->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_ICANN_NAME_COLLISION, request->WaitForResult());
// Resolving an IP literal of 127.0.53.53 however is allowed.
EXPECT_EQ(OK, CreateRequest("127.0.53.53")->Resolve());
// Moreover the address should not be recognized when embedded in an IPv6
// address.
request = CreateRequest("ipv6");
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, request->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, request->WaitForResult());
// Try some other IPs which are similar, but NOT an exact match on
// 127.0.53.53.
request = CreateRequest("not_reserved1");
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, request->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, request->WaitForResult());
request = CreateRequest("not_reserved2");
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, request->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, request->WaitForResult());
request = CreateRequest("not_reserved3");
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, request->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, request->WaitForResult());
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, IsIPv6Reachable) {
// The real HostResolverImpl is needed since TestHostResolverImpl will
// bypass the IPv6 reachability tests.
resolver_.reset(new HostResolverImpl(DefaultOptions(), nullptr));
// Verify that two consecutive calls return the same value.
TestNetLog net_log;
BoundNetLog bound_net_log = BoundNetLog::Make(&net_log, NetLog::SOURCE_NONE);
bool result1 = IsIPv6Reachable(bound_net_log);
bool result2 = IsIPv6Reachable(bound_net_log);
EXPECT_EQ(result1, result2);
// Filter reachability check events and verify that there are two of them.
TestNetLogEntry::List event_list;
net_log.GetEntries(&event_list);
TestNetLogEntry::List probe_event_list;
for (const auto& event : event_list) {
if (event.type == NetLog::TYPE_HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_IPV6_REACHABILITY_CHECK) {
probe_event_list.push_back(event);
}
}
ASSERT_EQ(2U, probe_event_list.size());
// Verify that the first request was not cached and the second one was.
bool cached;
EXPECT_TRUE(probe_event_list[0].GetBooleanValue("cached", &cached));
EXPECT_FALSE(cached);
EXPECT_TRUE(probe_event_list[1].GetBooleanValue("cached", &cached));
EXPECT_TRUE(cached);
}
DnsConfig CreateValidDnsConfig() {
IPAddress dns_ip(192, 168, 1, 0);
DnsConfig config;
config.nameservers.push_back(IPEndPoint(dns_ip, dns_protocol::kDefaultPort));
EXPECT_TRUE(config.IsValid());
return config;
}
// Specialized fixture for tests of DnsTask.
class HostResolverImplDnsTest : public HostResolverImplTest {
public:
HostResolverImplDnsTest() : dns_client_(NULL) {}
protected:
// testing::Test implementation:
void SetUp() override {
AddDnsRule("nx", dns_protocol::kTypeA, MockDnsClientRule::FAIL, false);
AddDnsRule("nx", dns_protocol::kTypeAAAA, MockDnsClientRule::FAIL, false);
AddDnsRule("ok", dns_protocol::kTypeA, MockDnsClientRule::OK, false);
AddDnsRule("ok", dns_protocol::kTypeAAAA, MockDnsClientRule::OK, false);
AddDnsRule("4ok", dns_protocol::kTypeA, MockDnsClientRule::OK, false);
AddDnsRule("4ok", dns_protocol::kTypeAAAA, MockDnsClientRule::EMPTY, false);
AddDnsRule("6ok", dns_protocol::kTypeA, MockDnsClientRule::EMPTY, false);
AddDnsRule("6ok", dns_protocol::kTypeAAAA, MockDnsClientRule::OK, false);
AddDnsRule("4nx", dns_protocol::kTypeA, MockDnsClientRule::OK, false);
AddDnsRule("4nx", dns_protocol::kTypeAAAA, MockDnsClientRule::FAIL, false);
AddDnsRule("empty", dns_protocol::kTypeA, MockDnsClientRule::EMPTY, false);
AddDnsRule("empty", dns_protocol::kTypeAAAA, MockDnsClientRule::EMPTY,
false);
AddDnsRule("slow_nx", dns_protocol::kTypeA, MockDnsClientRule::FAIL, true);
AddDnsRule("slow_nx", dns_protocol::kTypeAAAA, MockDnsClientRule::FAIL,
true);
AddDnsRule("4slow_ok", dns_protocol::kTypeA, MockDnsClientRule::OK, true);
AddDnsRule("4slow_ok", dns_protocol::kTypeAAAA, MockDnsClientRule::OK,
false);
AddDnsRule("6slow_ok", dns_protocol::kTypeA, MockDnsClientRule::OK, false);
AddDnsRule("6slow_ok", dns_protocol::kTypeAAAA, MockDnsClientRule::OK,
true);
AddDnsRule("4slow_4ok", dns_protocol::kTypeA, MockDnsClientRule::OK, true);
AddDnsRule("4slow_4ok", dns_protocol::kTypeAAAA, MockDnsClientRule::EMPTY,
false);
AddDnsRule("4slow_4timeout", dns_protocol::kTypeA,
MockDnsClientRule::TIMEOUT, true);
AddDnsRule("4slow_4timeout", dns_protocol::kTypeAAAA, MockDnsClientRule::OK,
false);
AddDnsRule("4slow_6timeout", dns_protocol::kTypeA,
MockDnsClientRule::OK, true);
AddDnsRule("4slow_6timeout", dns_protocol::kTypeAAAA,
MockDnsClientRule::TIMEOUT, false);
CreateResolver();
}
// HostResolverImplTest implementation:
void CreateResolverWithLimitsAndParams(
size_t max_concurrent_resolves,
const HostResolverImpl::ProcTaskParams& params) override {
HostResolverImpl::Options options = DefaultOptions();
options.max_concurrent_resolves = max_concurrent_resolves;
resolver_.reset(new TestHostResolverImpl(options, NULL));
resolver_->set_proc_params_for_test(params);
dns_client_ = new MockDnsClient(DnsConfig(), dns_rules_);
resolver_->SetDnsClient(std::unique_ptr<DnsClient>(dns_client_));
}
// Adds a rule to |dns_rules_|. Must be followed by |CreateResolver| to apply.
void AddDnsRule(const std::string& prefix,
uint16_t qtype,
MockDnsClientRule::Result result,
bool delay) {
dns_rules_.push_back(MockDnsClientRule(prefix, qtype, result, delay));
}
void ChangeDnsConfig(const DnsConfig& config) {
NetworkChangeNotifier::SetDnsConfig(config);
// Notification is delivered asynchronously.
base::MessageLoop::current()->RunUntilIdle();
}
MockDnsClientRuleList dns_rules_;
// Owned by |resolver_|.
MockDnsClient* dns_client_;
};
// TODO(szym): Test AbortAllInProgressJobs due to DnsConfig change.
// TODO(cbentzel): Test a mix of requests with different HostResolverFlags.
// Test successful and fallback resolutions in HostResolverImpl::DnsTask.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, DnsTask) {
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("nx_succeed", "192.168.1.102");
// All other hostnames will fail in proc_.
// Initially there is no config, so client should not be invoked.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok_fail", 80)->Resolve());
proc_->SignalMultiple(requests_.size());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, requests_[0]->WaitForResult());
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok_fail", 80, MEDIUM,
ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("nx_fail", 80, MEDIUM,
ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("nx_succeed", 80, MEDIUM,
ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4)->Resolve());
proc_->SignalMultiple(requests_.size());
for (size_t i = 1; i < requests_.size(); ++i)
EXPECT_NE(ERR_UNEXPECTED, requests_[i]->WaitForResult()) << i;
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[1]->result());
// Resolved by MockDnsClient.
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[1]->HasOneAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
// Fallback to ProcTask.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, requests_[2]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[3]->result());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[3]->HasOneAddress("192.168.1.102", 80));
}
// Test successful and failing resolutions in HostResolverImpl::DnsTask when
// fallback to ProcTask is disabled.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, NoFallbackToProcTask) {
set_fallback_to_proctask(false);
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("nx_succeed", "192.168.1.102");
// All other hostnames will fail in proc_.
// Set empty DnsConfig.
ChangeDnsConfig(DnsConfig());
// Initially there is no config, so client should not be invoked.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok_fail", 80)->Resolve());
// There is no config, so fallback to ProcTask must work.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("nx_succeed", 80)->Resolve());
proc_->SignalMultiple(requests_.size());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, requests_[0]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[1]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[1]->HasOneAddress("192.168.1.102", 80));
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok_abort", 80, MEDIUM,
ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("nx_abort", 80, MEDIUM,
ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4)->Resolve());
// Simulate the case when the preference or policy has disabled the DNS client
// causing AbortDnsTasks.
resolver_->SetDnsClient(
std::unique_ptr<DnsClient>(new MockDnsClient(DnsConfig(), dns_rules_)));
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
// First request is resolved by MockDnsClient, others should fail due to
// disabled fallback to ProcTask.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok_fail", 80, MEDIUM,
ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("nx_fail", 80, MEDIUM,
ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4)->Resolve());
proc_->SignalMultiple(requests_.size());
// Aborted due to Network Change.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED, requests_[2]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED, requests_[3]->WaitForResult());
// Resolved by MockDnsClient.
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[4]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[4]->HasOneAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
// Fallback to ProcTask is disabled.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, requests_[5]->WaitForResult());
}
// Test behavior of OnDnsTaskFailure when Job is aborted.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, OnDnsTaskFailureAbortedJob) {
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("nx_abort", 80)->Resolve());
// Abort all jobs here.
CreateResolver();
proc_->SignalMultiple(requests_.size());
// Run to completion.
base::MessageLoop::current()->RunUntilIdle(); // Notification happens async.
// It shouldn't crash during OnDnsTaskFailure callbacks.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, requests_[0]->result());
// Repeat test with Fallback to ProcTask disabled
set_fallback_to_proctask(false);
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("nx_abort", 80)->Resolve());
// Abort all jobs here.
CreateResolver();
// Run to completion.
base::MessageLoop::current()->RunUntilIdle(); // Notification happens async.
// It shouldn't crash during OnDnsTaskFailure callbacks.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, requests_[1]->result());
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, DnsTaskUnspec) {
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("4nx", "192.168.1.101");
// All other hostnames will fail in proc_.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("4ok", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("6ok", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("4nx", 80)->Resolve());
proc_->SignalMultiple(requests_.size());
for (size_t i = 0; i < requests_.size(); ++i)
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[i]->WaitForResult()) << i;
EXPECT_EQ(2u, requests_[0]->NumberOfAddresses());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[0]->HasAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[0]->HasAddress("::1", 80));
EXPECT_EQ(1u, requests_[1]->NumberOfAddresses());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[1]->HasAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
EXPECT_EQ(1u, requests_[2]->NumberOfAddresses());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[2]->HasAddress("::1", 80));
EXPECT_EQ(1u, requests_[3]->NumberOfAddresses());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[3]->HasAddress("192.168.1.101", 80));
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, ServeFromHosts) {
// Initially, use empty HOSTS file.
DnsConfig config = CreateValidDnsConfig();
ChangeDnsConfig(config);
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies(std::string(),
std::string()); // Default to failures.
proc_->SignalMultiple(1u); // For the first request which misses.
Request* req0 = CreateRequest("nx_ipv4", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req0->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, req0->WaitForResult());
IPAddress local_ipv4 = IPAddress::IPv4Localhost();
IPAddress local_ipv6 = IPAddress::IPv6Localhost();
DnsHosts hosts;
hosts[DnsHostsKey("nx_ipv4", ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4)] = local_ipv4;
hosts[DnsHostsKey("nx_ipv6", ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV6)] = local_ipv6;
hosts[DnsHostsKey("nx_both", ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4)] = local_ipv4;
hosts[DnsHostsKey("nx_both", ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV6)] = local_ipv6;
// Update HOSTS file.
config.hosts = hosts;
ChangeDnsConfig(config);
Request* req1 = CreateRequest("nx_ipv4", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req1->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req1->HasOneAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
Request* req2 = CreateRequest("nx_ipv6", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req2->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req2->HasOneAddress("::1", 80));
Request* req3 = CreateRequest("nx_both", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req3->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req3->HasAddress("127.0.0.1", 80) &&
req3->HasAddress("::1", 80));
// Requests with specified AddressFamily.
Request* req4 = CreateRequest("nx_ipv4", 80, MEDIUM, ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req4->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req4->HasOneAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
Request* req5 = CreateRequest("nx_ipv6", 80, MEDIUM, ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV6);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req5->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req5->HasOneAddress("::1", 80));
// Request with upper case.
Request* req6 = CreateRequest("nx_IPV4", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req6->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req6->HasOneAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, BypassDnsTask) {
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies(std::string(),
std::string()); // Default to failures.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok.local", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok.local.", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("oklocal", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("oklocal.", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok", 80)->Resolve());
proc_->SignalMultiple(requests_.size());
for (size_t i = 0; i < 2; ++i)
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, requests_[i]->WaitForResult()) << i;
for (size_t i = 2; i < requests_.size(); ++i)
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[i]->WaitForResult()) << i;
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, SystemOnlyBypassesDnsTask) {
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies(std::string(), std::string());
HostResolver::RequestInfo info_bypass(HostPortPair("ok", 80));
info_bypass.set_host_resolver_flags(HOST_RESOLVER_SYSTEM_ONLY);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest(info_bypass, MEDIUM)->Resolve());
HostResolver::RequestInfo info(HostPortPair("ok", 80));
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest(info, MEDIUM)->Resolve());
proc_->SignalMultiple(requests_.size());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, requests_[0]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[1]->WaitForResult());
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, DisableDnsClientOnPersistentFailure) {
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies(std::string(),
std::string()); // Default to failures.
// Check that DnsTask works.
Request* req = CreateRequest("ok_1", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req->WaitForResult());
for (unsigned i = 0; i < maximum_dns_failures(); ++i) {
// Use custom names to require separate Jobs.
std::string hostname = base::StringPrintf("nx_%u", i);
// Ensure fallback to ProcTask succeeds.
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies(hostname, "192.168.1.101");
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest(hostname, 80)->Resolve()) << i;
}
proc_->SignalMultiple(requests_.size());
for (size_t i = 0; i < requests_.size(); ++i)
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[i]->WaitForResult()) << i;
ASSERT_FALSE(proc_->HasBlockedRequests());
// DnsTask should be disabled by now.
req = CreateRequest("ok_2", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req->Resolve());
proc_->SignalMultiple(1u);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED, req->WaitForResult());
// Check that it is re-enabled after DNS change.
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
req = CreateRequest("ok_3", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req->WaitForResult());
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, DontDisableDnsClientOnSporadicFailure) {
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
// |proc_| defaults to successes.
// 20 failures interleaved with 20 successes.
for (unsigned i = 0; i < 40; ++i) {
// Use custom names to require separate Jobs.
std::string hostname = (i % 2) == 0 ? base::StringPrintf("nx_%u", i)
: base::StringPrintf("ok_%u", i);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest(hostname, 80)->Resolve()) << i;
}
proc_->SignalMultiple(requests_.size());
for (size_t i = 0; i < requests_.size(); ++i)
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[i]->WaitForResult()) << i;
// Make |proc_| default to failures.
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies(std::string(), std::string());
// DnsTask should still be enabled.
Request* req = CreateRequest("ok_last", 80);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req->WaitForResult());
}
// Confirm that resolving "localhost" is unrestricted even if there are no
// global IPv6 address. See SystemHostResolverCall for rationale.
// Test both the DnsClient and system host resolver paths.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, DualFamilyLocalhost) {
// Use regular SystemHostResolverCall!
scoped_refptr<HostResolverProc> proc(new SystemHostResolverProc());
resolver_.reset(new TestHostResolverImpl(DefaultOptions(), NULL, false));
resolver_->set_proc_params_for_test(DefaultParams(proc.get()));
resolver_->SetDnsClient(
std::unique_ptr<DnsClient>(new MockDnsClient(DnsConfig(), dns_rules_)));
// Get the expected output.
AddressList addrlist;
int rv = proc->Resolve("localhost", ADDRESS_FAMILY_UNSPECIFIED, 0, &addrlist,
NULL);
if (rv != OK)
return;
for (unsigned i = 0; i < addrlist.size(); ++i)
LOG(WARNING) << addrlist[i].ToString();
bool saw_ipv4 = AddressListContains(addrlist, "127.0.0.1", 0);
bool saw_ipv6 = AddressListContains(addrlist, "::1", 0);
if (!saw_ipv4 && !saw_ipv6)
return;
// Try without DnsClient.
DnsConfig config = CreateValidDnsConfig();
config.use_local_ipv6 = false;
ChangeDnsConfig(config);
HostResolver::RequestInfo info_proc(HostPortPair("localhost", 80));
info_proc.set_address_family(ADDRESS_FAMILY_UNSPECIFIED);
info_proc.set_host_resolver_flags(HOST_RESOLVER_SYSTEM_ONLY);
Request* req = CreateRequest(info_proc, DEFAULT_PRIORITY);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_TRUE(req->HasAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
EXPECT_TRUE(req->HasAddress("::1", 80));
// Configure DnsClient with dual-host HOSTS file.
DnsConfig config_hosts = CreateValidDnsConfig();
DnsHosts hosts;
IPAddress local_ipv4 = IPAddress::IPv4Localhost();
IPAddress local_ipv6 = IPAddress::IPv6Localhost();
if (saw_ipv4)
hosts[DnsHostsKey("localhost", ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4)] = local_ipv4;
if (saw_ipv6)
hosts[DnsHostsKey("localhost", ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV6)] = local_ipv6;
config_hosts.hosts = hosts;
ChangeDnsConfig(config_hosts);
HostResolver::RequestInfo info_hosts(HostPortPair("localhost", 80));
info_hosts.set_address_family(ADDRESS_FAMILY_UNSPECIFIED);
req = CreateRequest(info_hosts, DEFAULT_PRIORITY);
// Expect synchronous resolution from DnsHosts.
EXPECT_EQ(OK, req->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(saw_ipv4, req->HasAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
EXPECT_EQ(saw_ipv6, req->HasAddress("::1", 80));
}
// Cancel a request with a single DNS transaction active.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, CancelWithOneTransactionActive) {
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING,
CreateRequest("ok", 80, MEDIUM, ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(1u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
requests_[0]->Cancel();
// Dispatcher state checked in TearDown.
}
// Cancel a request with a single DNS transaction active and another pending.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, CancelWithOneTransactionActiveOnePending) {
CreateSerialResolver();
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(1u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
requests_[0]->Cancel();
// Dispatcher state checked in TearDown.
}
// Cancel a request with two DNS transactions active.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, CancelWithTwoTransactionsActive) {
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(2u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
requests_[0]->Cancel();
// Dispatcher state checked in TearDown.
}
// Delete a resolver with some active requests and some queued requests.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, DeleteWithActiveTransactions) {
// At most 10 Jobs active at once.
CreateResolverWithLimitsAndParams(10u, DefaultParams(proc_.get()));
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
// First active job is an IPv4 request.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok", 80, MEDIUM,
ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4)->Resolve());
// Add 10 more DNS lookups for different hostnames. First 4 should have two
// active jobs, next one has a single active job, and one pending. Others
// should all be queued.
for (int i = 0; i < 10; ++i) {
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest(
base::StringPrintf("ok%i", i))->Resolve());
}
EXPECT_EQ(10u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
resolver_.reset();
}
// Cancel a request with only the IPv6 transaction active.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, CancelWithIPv6TransactionActive) {
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("6slow_ok", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(2u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
// The IPv4 request should complete, the IPv6 request is still pending.
base::RunLoop().RunUntilIdle();
EXPECT_EQ(1u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
requests_[0]->Cancel();
// Dispatcher state checked in TearDown.
}
// Cancel a request with only the IPv4 transaction pending.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, CancelWithIPv4TransactionPending) {
set_fallback_to_proctask(false);
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("4slow_ok", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(2u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
// The IPv6 request should complete, the IPv4 request is still pending.
base::RunLoop().RunUntilIdle();
EXPECT_EQ(1u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
requests_[0]->Cancel();
}
// Test cases where AAAA completes first.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, AAAACompletesFirst) {
set_fallback_to_proctask(false);
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("4slow_ok", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("4slow_4ok", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("4slow_4timeout", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("4slow_6timeout", 80)->Resolve());
base::RunLoop().RunUntilIdle();
EXPECT_FALSE(requests_[0]->completed());
EXPECT_FALSE(requests_[1]->completed());
EXPECT_FALSE(requests_[2]->completed());
// The IPv6 of the third request should have failed and resulted in cancelling
// the IPv4 request.
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[3]->completed());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_DNS_TIMED_OUT, requests_[3]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(3u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
dns_client_->CompleteDelayedTransactions();
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[0]->completed());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[0]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(2u, requests_[0]->NumberOfAddresses());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[0]->HasAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[0]->HasAddress("::1", 80));
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[1]->completed());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[1]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(1u, requests_[1]->NumberOfAddresses());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[1]->HasAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[2]->completed());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_DNS_TIMED_OUT, requests_[2]->result());
}
// Test the case where only a single transaction slot is available.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, SerialResolver) {
CreateSerialResolver();
set_fallback_to_proctask(false);
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok", 80)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(1u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
base::RunLoop().RunUntilIdle();
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[0]->completed());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[0]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(2u, requests_[0]->NumberOfAddresses());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[0]->HasAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[0]->HasAddress("::1", 80));
}
// Test the case where the AAAA query is started when another transaction
// completes.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, AAAAStartsAfterOtherJobFinishes) {
CreateResolverWithLimitsAndParams(2u, DefaultParams(proc_.get()));
set_fallback_to_proctask(false);
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok", 80, MEDIUM,
ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING,
CreateRequest("4slow_ok", 80, MEDIUM)->Resolve());
// An IPv4 request should have been started pending for each job.
EXPECT_EQ(2u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
// Request 0's IPv4 request should complete, starting Request 1's IPv6
// request, which should also complete.
base::RunLoop().RunUntilIdle();
EXPECT_EQ(1u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[0]->completed());
EXPECT_FALSE(requests_[1]->completed());
dns_client_->CompleteDelayedTransactions();
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[1]->completed());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[1]->result());
EXPECT_EQ(2u, requests_[1]->NumberOfAddresses());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[1]->HasAddress("127.0.0.1", 80));
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[1]->HasAddress("::1", 80));
}
// Tests the case that a Job with a single transaction receives an empty address
// list, triggering fallback to ProcTask.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, IPv4EmptyFallback) {
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("empty_fallback", "192.168.0.1");
proc_->SignalMultiple(1u);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING,
CreateRequest("empty_fallback", 80, MEDIUM,
ADDRESS_FAMILY_IPV4)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[0]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[0]->HasOneAddress("192.168.0.1", 80));
}
// Tests the case that a Job with two transactions receives two empty address
// lists, triggering fallback to ProcTask.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, UnspecEmptyFallback) {
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("empty_fallback", "192.168.0.1");
proc_->SignalMultiple(1u);
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING,
CreateRequest("empty_fallback", 80, MEDIUM,
ADDRESS_FAMILY_UNSPECIFIED)->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[0]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[0]->HasOneAddress("192.168.0.1", 80));
}
// Tests getting a new invalid DnsConfig while there are active DnsTasks.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, InvalidDnsConfigWithPendingRequests) {
// At most 3 jobs active at once. This number is important, since we want to
// make sure that aborting the first HostResolverImpl::Job does not trigger
// another DnsTransaction on the second Job when it releases its second
// prioritized dispatcher slot.
CreateResolverWithLimitsAndParams(3u, DefaultParams(proc_.get()));
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("slow_nx1", "192.168.0.1");
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("slow_nx2", "192.168.0.2");
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("ok", "192.168.0.3");
// First active job gets two slots.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("slow_nx1")->Resolve());
// Next job gets one slot, and waits on another.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("slow_nx2")->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok")->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(3u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
// Clear DNS config. Two in-progress jobs should be aborted, and the next one
// should use a ProcTask.
ChangeDnsConfig(DnsConfig());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED, requests_[0]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED, requests_[1]->WaitForResult());
// Finish up the third job. Should bypass the DnsClient, and get its results
// from MockHostResolverProc.
EXPECT_FALSE(requests_[2]->completed());
proc_->SignalMultiple(1u);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[2]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[2]->HasOneAddress("192.168.0.3", 80));
}
// Tests the case that DnsClient is automatically disabled due to failures
// while there are active DnsTasks.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest,
AutomaticallyDisableDnsClientWithPendingRequests) {
// Trying different limits is important for this test: Different limits
// result in different behavior when aborting in-progress DnsTasks. Having
// a DnsTask that has one job active and one in the queue when another job
// occupying two slots has its DnsTask aborted is the case most likely to run
// into problems.
for (size_t limit = 1u; limit < 6u; ++limit) {
CreateResolverWithLimitsAndParams(limit, DefaultParams(proc_.get()));
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
// Queue up enough failures to disable DnsTasks. These will all fall back
// to ProcTasks, and succeed there.
for (unsigned i = 0u; i < maximum_dns_failures(); ++i) {
std::string host = base::StringPrintf("nx%u", i);
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies(host, "192.168.0.1");
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest(host)->Resolve());
}
// These requests should all bypass DnsTasks, due to the above failures,
// so should end up using ProcTasks.
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("slow_ok1", "192.168.0.2");
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("slow_ok1")->Resolve());
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("slow_ok2", "192.168.0.3");
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("slow_ok2")->Resolve());
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("slow_ok3", "192.168.0.4");
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("slow_ok3")->Resolve());
proc_->SignalMultiple(maximum_dns_failures() + 3);
for (size_t i = 0u; i < maximum_dns_failures(); ++i) {
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[i]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[i]->HasOneAddress("192.168.0.1", 80));
}
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[maximum_dns_failures()]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[maximum_dns_failures()]->HasOneAddress(
"192.168.0.2", 80));
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[maximum_dns_failures() + 1]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[maximum_dns_failures() + 1]->HasOneAddress(
"192.168.0.3", 80));
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[maximum_dns_failures() + 2]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[maximum_dns_failures() + 2]->HasOneAddress(
"192.168.0.4", 80));
requests_.clear();
}
}
// Tests a call to SetDnsClient while there are active DnsTasks.
TEST_F(HostResolverImplDnsTest, ManuallyDisableDnsClientWithPendingRequests) {
// At most 3 jobs active at once. This number is important, since we want to
// make sure that aborting the first HostResolverImpl::Job does not trigger
// another DnsTransaction on the second Job when it releases its second
// prioritized dispatcher slot.
CreateResolverWithLimitsAndParams(3u, DefaultParams(proc_.get()));
ChangeDnsConfig(CreateValidDnsConfig());
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("slow_ok1", "192.168.0.1");
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("slow_ok2", "192.168.0.2");
proc_->AddRuleForAllFamilies("ok", "192.168.0.3");
// First active job gets two slots.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("slow_ok1")->Resolve());
// Next job gets one slot, and waits on another.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("slow_ok2")->Resolve());
// Next one is queued.
EXPECT_EQ(ERR_IO_PENDING, CreateRequest("ok")->Resolve());
EXPECT_EQ(3u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
// Clear DnsClient. The two in-progress jobs should fall back to a ProcTask,
// and the next one should be started with a ProcTask.
resolver_->SetDnsClient(std::unique_ptr<DnsClient>());
// All three in-progress requests should now be running a ProcTask.
EXPECT_EQ(3u, num_running_dispatcher_jobs());
proc_->SignalMultiple(3u);
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[0]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[0]->HasOneAddress("192.168.0.1", 80));
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[1]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[1]->HasOneAddress("192.168.0.2", 80));
EXPECT_EQ(OK, requests_[2]->WaitForResult());
EXPECT_TRUE(requests_[2]->HasOneAddress("192.168.0.3", 80));
}
TEST_F(HostResolverImplTest, ResolveLocalHostname) {
AddressList addresses;
TestBothLoopbackIPs("localhost");
TestBothLoopbackIPs("localhoST");
TestBothLoopbackIPs("localhost.");
TestBothLoopbackIPs("localhoST.");
TestBothLoopbackIPs("localhost.localdomain");
TestBothLoopbackIPs("localhost.localdomAIn");
TestBothLoopbackIPs("localhost.localdomain.");
TestBothLoopbackIPs("localhost.localdomAIn.");
TestBothLoopbackIPs("foo.localhost");
TestBothLoopbackIPs("foo.localhOSt");
TestBothLoopbackIPs("foo.localhost.");
TestBothLoopbackIPs("foo.localhOSt.");
TestIPv6LoopbackOnly("localhost6");
TestIPv6LoopbackOnly("localhoST6");
TestIPv6LoopbackOnly("localhost6.");
TestIPv6LoopbackOnly("localhost6.localdomain6");
TestIPv6LoopbackOnly("localhost6.localdomain6.");
EXPECT_FALSE(
ResolveLocalHostname("127.0.0.1", kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(ResolveLocalHostname("::1", kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(ResolveLocalHostname("0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1", kLocalhostLookupPort,
&addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(
ResolveLocalHostname("localhostx", kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(
ResolveLocalHostname("localhost.x", kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(ResolveLocalHostname("foo.localdomain", kLocalhostLookupPort,
&addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(ResolveLocalHostname("foo.localdomain.x", kLocalhostLookupPort,
&addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(
ResolveLocalHostname("localhost6x", kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(ResolveLocalHostname("localhost.localdomain6",
kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(ResolveLocalHostname("localhost6.localdomain",
kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(
ResolveLocalHostname("127.0.0.1.1", kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(
ResolveLocalHostname(".127.0.0.255", kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(ResolveLocalHostname("::2", kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(ResolveLocalHostname("::1:1", kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(ResolveLocalHostname("0:0:0:0:1:0:0:1", kLocalhostLookupPort,
&addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(ResolveLocalHostname("::1:1", kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(ResolveLocalHostname("0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1", kLocalhostLookupPort,
&addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(ResolveLocalHostname("foo.localhost.com", kLocalhostLookupPort,
&addresses));
EXPECT_FALSE(
ResolveLocalHostname("foo.localhoste", kLocalhostLookupPort, &addresses));
}
} // namespace net