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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.
// NOTE: No header guards are used, since this file is intended to be expanded
// directly into net_log.h. DO NOT include this file anywhere else.
// The following line silences a presubmit warning that would otherwise be
// triggered by this:
// no-include-guard-because-multiply-included
// In the event of a failure, a many end events will have a |net_error|
// parameter with the integer error code associated with the failure. Most
// of these parameters are not individually documented.
// --------------------------------------------------------------------------
// General pseudo-events
// --------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Something got cancelled (we determine what is cancelled based on the
// log context around it.)
EVENT_TYPE(CANCELLED)
// Something failed (we determine what failed based on the log context
// around it.)
// The event has the following parameters:
//
// {
// "net_error": <The net error code integer for the failure>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(FAILED)
// Marks the creation/destruction of a request (net::URLRequest).
EVENT_TYPE(REQUEST_ALIVE)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// HostResolverImpl
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The start/end of a host resolve (DNS) request. Note that these events are
// logged for all DNS requests, though not all requests result in the creation
// of a HostResolvedImpl::Request object.
//
// The BEGIN phase contains the following parameters:
//
// {
// "host": <Hostname associated with the request>,
// "address_family": <The address family to restrict results to>,
// "allow_cached_response": <Whether it is ok to return a result from
// the host cache>,
// "is_speculative": <Whether this request was started by the DNS
// prefetcher>
// }
//
// If an error occurred, the END phase will contain these parameters:
// {
// "net_error": <The net error code integer for the failure>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_REQUEST)
// This event is created (in a source of the same name) when the host resolver
// creates a UDP socket to check for global IPv6 connectivity.
// It contains the following parameter:
//
// {
// "ipv6_available": <True if the probe indicates ipv6 connectivity>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_IPV6_REACHABILITY_CHECK)
// This event is logged when a request is handled by a cache entry.
// It contains the following parameter:
// {
// "address_list": <The resolved addresses>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_CACHE_HIT)
// This event is logged when a request is handled by a HOSTS entry.
// It contains the following parameter:
// {
// "address_list": <The resolved addresses>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_HOSTS_HIT)
// This event is created when a new HostResolverImpl::Job is about to be created
// for a request.
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_CREATE_JOB)
// The creation/completion of a HostResolverImpl::Job which is created for
// Requests that cannot be resolved synchronously.
//
// The BEGIN phase contains the following parameters:
//
// {
// "host": <Hostname associated with the request>,
// "source_dependency": <Source id, if any, of what created the request>,
// }
//
// On success, the END phase has these parameters:
// {
// "address_list": <The host name being resolved>,
// }
// If an error occurred, the END phase will contain these parameters:
// {
// "net_error": <The net error code integer for the failure>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_JOB)
// This event is created when a HostResolverImpl::Job is evicted from
// PriorityDispatch before it can start, because the limit on number of queued
// Jobs was reached.
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_JOB_EVICTED)
// This event is created when a HostResolverImpl::Job is started by
// PriorityDispatch.
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_JOB_STARTED)
// This event is created when HostResolverImpl::ProcJob is about to start a new
// attempt to resolve the host.
//
// The ATTEMPT_STARTED event has the parameters:
//
// {
// "attempt_number": <the number of the attempt that is resolving the host>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_ATTEMPT_STARTED)
// This event is created when HostResolverImpl::ProcJob has finished resolving
// the host.
//
// The ATTEMPT_FINISHED event has the parameters:
//
// {
// "attempt_number": <the number of the attempt that has resolved the host>,
// }
// If an error occurred, the END phase will contain these additional parameters:
// {
// "net_error": <The net error code integer for the failure>,
// "os_error": <The exact error code integer that getaddrinfo() returned>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_ATTEMPT_FINISHED)
// This is logged for a request when it's attached to a
// HostResolverImpl::Job. When this occurs without a preceding
// HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_CREATE_JOB entry, it means the request was attached to an
// existing HostResolverImpl::Job.
//
// The event contains the following parameters:
//
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the attached Job>,
// }
//
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_JOB_ATTACH)
// This event is logged for the job to which the request is attached.
// In that case, the event contains the following parameters:
//
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the attached Request>,
// "priority": <New priority of the job>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_JOB_REQUEST_ATTACH)
// This is logged for a job when a request is cancelled and detached.
//
// The event contains the following parameters:
//
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the detached Request>,
// "priority": <New priority of the job>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_JOB_REQUEST_DETACH)
// The creation/completion of a HostResolverImpl::ProcTask to call getaddrinfo.
// The BEGIN phase contains the following parameters:
//
// {
// "hostname": <Hostname associated with the request>,
// }
//
// On success, the END phase has these parameters:
// {
// "address_list": <The resolved addresses>,
// }
// If an error occurred, the END phase will contain these parameters:
// {
// "net_error": <The net error code integer for the failure>,
// "os_error": <The exact error code integer that getaddrinfo() returned>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_PROC_TASK)
// The creation/completion of a HostResolverImpl::DnsTask to manage a
// DnsTransaction. The BEGIN phase contains the following parameters:
//
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source id of DnsTransaction>,
// }
//
// On success, the END phase has these parameters:
// {
// "address_list": <The resolved addresses>,
// }
// If an error occurred, the END phase will contain these parameters:
// {
// "net_error": <The net error code integer for the failure>,
// "dns_error": <The detailed DnsResponse::Result>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_RESOLVER_IMPL_DNS_TASK)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// InitProxyResolver
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The start/end of auto-detect + custom PAC URL configuration.
EVENT_TYPE(PAC_FILE_DECIDER)
// The start/end of when proxy autoconfig was artificially paused following
// a network change event. (We wait some amount of time after being told of
// network changes to avoid hitting spurious errors during auto-detect).
EVENT_TYPE(PAC_FILE_DECIDER_WAIT)
// The start/end of download of a PAC script. This could be the well-known
// WPAD URL (if testing auto-detect), or a custom PAC URL.
//
// The START event has the parameters:
// {
// "source": <String describing where PAC script comes from>,
// }
//
// If the fetch failed, then the END phase has these parameters:
// {
// "net_error": <Net error code integer>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(PAC_FILE_DECIDER_FETCH_PAC_SCRIPT)
// This event means that initialization failed because there was no
// configured script fetcher. (This indicates a configuration error).
EVENT_TYPE(PAC_FILE_DECIDER_HAS_NO_FETCHER)
// This event is emitted after deciding to fall-back to the next source
// of PAC scripts in the list.
EVENT_TYPE(PAC_FILE_DECIDER_FALLING_BACK_TO_NEXT_PAC_SOURCE)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// ProxyResolutionService
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The start/end of a proxy resolve request.
EVENT_TYPE(PROXY_RESOLUTION_SERVICE)
// The time while a request is waiting on InitProxyResolver to configure
// against either WPAD or custom PAC URL. The specifics on this time
// are found from ProxyResolutionService::init_proxy_resolver_log().
EVENT_TYPE(PROXY_RESOLUTION_SERVICE_WAITING_FOR_INIT_PAC)
// This event is emitted to show what the PAC script returned. It can contain
// extra parameters that are either:
// {
// "pac_string": <List of valid proxy servers, in PAC format>,
// }
//
// Or if the the resolver failed:
// {
// "net_error": <Net error code that resolver failed with>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(PROXY_RESOLUTION_SERVICE_RESOLVED_PROXY_LIST)
// This event is emitted after proxies marked as bad have been deprioritized.
//
// It contains these parameters:
// {
// "pac_string": <List of valid proxy servers, in PAC format>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(PROXY_RESOLUTION_SERVICE_DEPRIORITIZED_BAD_PROXIES)
// This event is emitted whenever the proxy settings used by
// ProxyResolutionService change.
//
// It contains these parameters:
// {
// "old_config": <Dump of the previous proxy settings>,
// "new_config": <Dump of the new proxy settings>,
// }
//
// Note that the "old_config" key will be omitted on the first fetch of the
// proxy settings (since there wasn't a previous value).
EVENT_TYPE(PROXY_CONFIG_CHANGED)
// Emitted when a list of bad proxies is reported to the proxy service.
//
// Parameters:
// {
// "bad_proxy_list": <List of bad proxies>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(BAD_PROXY_LIST_REPORTED)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// ProxyList
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Emitted when the first proxy server in a list is being marked as
// bad and proxy resolution is going to failover to the next one in
// the list. The fallback is local to the request.
//
// Parameters:
// {
// "bad_proxy": <URI representation of the failed proxy server>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(PROXY_LIST_FALLBACK)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// ProxyResolverV8Tracing
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// This event is emitted when a javascript error has been triggered by a
// PAC script. It contains the following event parameters:
// {
// "line_number": <The line number in the PAC script
// (or -1 if not applicable)>,
// "message": <The error message>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(PAC_JAVASCRIPT_ERROR)
// This event is emitted when a PAC script called alert(). It contains the
// following event parameters:
// {
// "message": <The string of the alert>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(PAC_JAVASCRIPT_ALERT)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// MultiThreadedProxyResolver
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Measures the time that a proxy resolve request was stalled waiting for a
// proxy resolver thread to free-up.
EVENT_TYPE(WAITING_FOR_PROXY_RESOLVER_THREAD)
// This event is emitted just before a PAC request is bound to a thread. It
// contains these parameters:
//
// {
// "thread_number": <Identifier for the PAC thread that is going to
// run this request>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SUBMITTED_TO_RESOLVER_THREAD)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Socket (Shared by stream and datagram sockets)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Marks the begin/end of a socket (TCP/SOCKS/SSL/UDP/"SpdyProxyClientSocket").
//
// The BEGIN phase contains the following parameters:
//
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the controlling entity>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_ALIVE)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// StreamSocket
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The start/end of a TCP connect(). This corresponds with a call to
// TCPClientSocket::Connect().
//
// The START event contains these parameters:
//
// {
// "address_list": <List of network address strings>,
// }
//
// And the END event will contain the following parameters:
//
// {
// "net_error": <Net integer error code, on error>,
// "source_address": <Local source address of the connection, on success>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(TCP_CONNECT)
// Nested within TCP_CONNECT, there may be multiple attempts to connect
// to the individual addresses. The START event will describe the
// address the attempt is for:
//
// {
// "address": <String of the network address>,
// }
//
// And the END event will contain the system error code if it failed:
//
// {
// "os_error": <Integer error code the operating system returned>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(TCP_CONNECT_ATTEMPT)
// The start/end of a TCP accept(). This corresponds with a call to
// TCPServerSocket::Accept().
//
// The END event will contain the following parameters on success:
// {
// "address": <Remote address of the accepted connection>,
// }
// On failure it contains the following parameters
// {
// "net_error": <Net integer error code>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(TCP_ACCEPT)
// This event is logged to the socket stream whenever the socket is
// acquired/released via a ClientSocketHandle.
//
// The BEGIN phase contains the following parameters:
//
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the controlling entity>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_IN_USE)
// The start/end of a SOCKS connect().
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKS_CONNECT)
// The start/end of a SOCKS5 connect().
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKS5_CONNECT)
// This event is emitted when the SOCKS connect fails because the provided
// was longer than 255 characters.
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKS_HOSTNAME_TOO_BIG)
// These events are emitted when insufficient data was read while
// trying to establish a connection to the SOCKS proxy server
// (during the greeting phase or handshake phase, respectively).
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKS_UNEXPECTEDLY_CLOSED_DURING_GREETING)
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKS_UNEXPECTEDLY_CLOSED_DURING_HANDSHAKE)
// This event indicates that a bad version number was received in the
// proxy server's response. The extra parameters show its value:
// {
// "version": <Integer version number in the response>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKS_UNEXPECTED_VERSION)
// This event indicates that the SOCKS proxy server returned an error while
// trying to create a connection. The following parameters will be attached
// to the event:
// {
// "error_code": <Integer error code returned by the server>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKS_SERVER_ERROR)
// This event indicates that the SOCKS proxy server asked for an authentication
// method that we don't support. The following parameters are attached to the
// event:
// {
// "method": <Integer method code>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKS_UNEXPECTED_AUTH)
// This event indicates that the SOCKS proxy server's response indicated an
// address type which we are not prepared to handle.
// The following parameters are attached to the event:
// {
// "address_type": <Integer code for the address type>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKS_UNKNOWN_ADDRESS_TYPE)
// The start/end of an SSL "connect" (aka client handshake).
// The following parameters are attached to the END event:
//
// {
// "version": <String name of the TLS version negotiated>,
// "cipher_suite": <Integer code for the cipher suite>,
// "is_resumed": <Whether we resumed a session>,
// "next_proto": <The next protocol negotiated via ALPN>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_CONNECT)
// The start/end of an SSL server handshake (aka "accept").
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_SERVER_HANDSHAKE)
// The SSL server requested a client certificate.
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_CLIENT_CERT_REQUESTED)
// The SSL stack blocked on a private key operation. The following parameters
// are attached to the event.
// {
// "hash": <hash function used>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_PRIVATE_KEY_OP)
// The start/end of getting a Channel ID key.
//
// The START event contains these parameters:
// {
// "ephemeral": <Whether or not the Channel ID store is ephemeral>,
// "service": <Unique identifier for the ChannelIDService used>,
// "store": <Unique identifier for the ChannelIDStore used>,
// }
//
// The END event may contain these parameters:
// {
// "net_error": <Net error code>,
// "key": <Hex-encoded EC point of public key (uncompressed point format)>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_GET_CHANNEL_ID)
// A client certificate (or none) was provided to the SSL library to be sent
// to the SSL server.
// The following parameters are attached to the event:
// {
// "cert_count": <Number of certificates>,
// }
// A cert_count of 0 means no client certificate was provided.
// A cert_count of -1 means a client certificate was provided but we don't
// know the size of the certificate chain.
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_CLIENT_CERT_PROVIDED)
// An SSL error occurred while trying to do the indicated activity.
// The following parameters are attached to the event:
// {
// "net_error": <Integer code for the specific error type>,
// "ssl_lib_error": <SSL library's integer code for the specific error type>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_HANDSHAKE_ERROR)
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_READ_ERROR)
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_WRITE_ERROR)
// An SSL connection needs to be retried with a lower protocol version to detect
// if the error was due to a middlebox interfering with the protocol version we
// offered.
// The following parameters are attached to the event:
// {
// "net_error": <Net integer error code which triggered the probe>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE_PROBE)
// We found that our prediction of the server's certificates was correct and
// we merged the verification with the SSLHostInfo. (Note: now obsolete.)
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_VERIFICATION_MERGED)
// An SSL connection sent or received an alert.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "hex_encoded_bytes": <The exact bytes sent, as a hexadecimal string>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_ALERT_RECEIVED)
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_ALERT_SENT)
// The SSL connection is being confirmed.
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_CONFIRM_HANDSHAKE)
// An SSL connection sent or received a handshake message.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "type": <The type of the handshake message, as an integer>
// "hex_encoded_bytes": <The exact bytes sent, as a hexadecimal string. May
// be elided in some cases>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_HANDSHAKE_MESSAGE_RECEIVED)
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_HANDSHAKE_MESSAGE_SENT)
// The specified number of bytes were sent on the socket. Depending on the
// source of the event, may be logged either once the data is sent, or when it
// is queued to be sent.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "byte_count": <Number of bytes that were just sent>,
// "hex_encoded_bytes": <The exact bytes sent, as a hexadecimal string.
// Only present when byte logging is enabled>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_BYTES_SENT)
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_SOCKET_BYTES_SENT)
// The specified number of bytes were received on the socket.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "byte_count": <Number of bytes that were just received>,
// "hex_encoded_bytes": <The exact bytes received, as a hexadecimal string.
// Only present when byte logging is enabled>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_BYTES_RECEIVED)
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_SOCKET_BYTES_RECEIVED)
// A socket error occurred while trying to do the indicated activity.
// The following parameters are attached to the event:
// {
// "net_error": <Integer code for the specific error type>,
// "os_error": <Integer error code the operating system returned>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_READ_ERROR)
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_WRITE_ERROR)
// The socket was closed locally (The socket may or may not have been closed
// by the remote side already)
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_CLOSED)
// Certificates were received from the SSL server (during a handshake or
// renegotiation). The following parameters are attached to the event:
// {
// "certificates": <A list of PEM encoded certificates in the order that
// they were sent by the server>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SSL_CERTIFICATES_RECEIVED)
// Signed Certificate Timestamps were received from the server.
// The following parameters are attached to the event:
// {
// "embedded_scts": Base64-encoded SignedCertificateTimestampList,
// "scts_from_ocsp_response": Base64-encoded SignedCertificateTimestampList,
// "scts_from_tls_extension": Base64-encoded SignedCertificateTimestampList,
// }
//
// The SignedCertificateTimestampList is defined in RFC6962 and is exactly as
// received from the server.
EVENT_TYPE(SIGNED_CERTIFICATE_TIMESTAMPS_RECEIVED)
// Signed Certificate Timestamps were checked.
// The following parameters are attached to the event:
// {
// "verified_scts": <A list of SCTs>,
// "invalid_scts": <A list of SCTs>,
// "scts_from_unknown_logs": <A list of SCTs>,
// }
//
// Where each SCT is an object:
// {
// "origin": <one of: "Embedded in certificate", "tls_extension", "ocsp">,
// "version": <numeric version>,
// "log_id": <base64-encoded log id>,
// "timestamp": <numeric timestamp in milliseconds since the Unix epoch>,
// "hash_algorithm": <name of the hash algorithm>,
// "signature_algorithm": <name of the signature algorithm>,
// "signature_data": <base64-encoded signature bytes>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIGNED_CERTIFICATE_TIMESTAMPS_CHECKED)
// The certificate was checked for compliance with Certificate Transparency
// requirements.
//
// The following parameters are attached to the event:
// {
// "certificate": <An X.509 certificate, same format as in
// CERT_VERIFIER_JOB.>
// "build_timely": <boolean>
// "ct_compliance_status": <string describing compliance status>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(CERT_CT_COMPLIANCE_CHECKED)
// The EV certificate was checked for compliance with Certificate Transparency
// requirements.
//
// The following parameters are attached to the event:
// {
// "certificate": <An X.509 certificate, same format as in
// CERT_VERIFIER_JOB.>
// "policy_enforcement_required": <boolean>
// "build_timely": <boolean>
// "ct_compliance_status": <string describing compliance status>
// "ev_whitelist_version": <optional; string representing whitelist version>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(EV_CERT_CT_COMPLIANCE_CHECKED)
// A Certificate Transparency log entry was audited for inclusion in the
// log.
//
// The following parameters are attached to the event:
// {
// "log_entry": <hex-encoded hash of the log entry>
// "log_id": <hex-encoded hash of the CT log>
// "success": <boolean>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(CT_LOG_ENTRY_AUDITED)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// DatagramSocket
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The start/end of a UDP client connecting.
//
// The START event contains these parameters:
//
// {
// "address": <Remote address being connected to>,
// "bound_to_network": <optional; network handle for the network that this
// socket is bound to. Only present when this socket
// is bound to a network.>
// }
//
// And the END event will contain the following parameter:
//
// {
// "net_error": <Net integer error code, on failure>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(UDP_CONNECT)
// The local address of the UDP socket, retrieved via getsockname.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "address": <Local address bound to the socket>,
// "bound_to_network": <optional; network handle for the network that this
// socket is bound to. Only present when this socket
// is bound to a network.>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(UDP_LOCAL_ADDRESS)
// The specified number of bytes were transferred on the socket.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "address": <Remote address of data transfer. Not present when not
// specified for UDP_BYTES_SENT events>,
// "byte_count": <Number of bytes that were just received>,
// "hex_encoded_bytes": <The exact bytes received, as a hexadecimal string.
// Only present when byte logging is enabled>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(UDP_BYTES_RECEIVED)
EVENT_TYPE(UDP_BYTES_SENT)
// Logged when an error occurs while reading or writing to/from a UDP socket.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "net_error": <Net error code>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(UDP_RECEIVE_ERROR)
EVENT_TYPE(UDP_SEND_ERROR)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// ClientSocketPoolBase::ConnectJob
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The start/end of a ConnectJob.
//
// The BEGIN phase has these parameters:
//
// {
// "group_name": <The group name for the socket request.>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_POOL_CONNECT_JOB)
// The start/end of the ConnectJob::Connect().
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_POOL_CONNECT_JOB_CONNECT)
// This event is logged whenever the ConnectJob gets a new socket
// association. The event parameters point to that socket:
//
// {
// "source_dependency": <The source identifier for the new socket.>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(CONNECT_JOB_SET_SOCKET)
// Whether the connect job timed out.
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_POOL_CONNECT_JOB_TIMED_OUT)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// ClientSocketPoolBaseHelper
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The start/end of a client socket pool request for a socket.
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_POOL)
// The request stalled because there are too many sockets in the pool.
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_POOL_STALLED_MAX_SOCKETS)
// The request stalled because there are too many sockets in the group.
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_POOL_STALLED_MAX_SOCKETS_PER_GROUP)
// Indicates that we reused an existing socket. Attached to the event are
// the parameters:
// {
// "idle_ms": <The number of milliseconds the socket was sitting idle for>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_POOL_REUSED_AN_EXISTING_SOCKET)
// This event simply describes the host:port that were requested from the
// socket pool. Its parameters are:
// {
// "host_and_port": <String encoding the host and port>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(TCP_CLIENT_SOCKET_POOL_REQUESTED_SOCKET)
// This event simply describes the host:port that were requested from the
// socket pool. Its parameters are:
// {
// "host_and_port": <String encoding the host and port>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(TCP_CLIENT_SOCKET_POOL_REQUESTED_SOCKETS)
// A backup connect job is created due to slow connect.
EVENT_TYPE(BACKUP_CONNECT_JOB_CREATED)
// This event is sent when a connect job is eventually bound to a request
// (because of late binding and socket backup jobs, we don't assign the job to
// a request until it has completed).
//
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the connect job we are
// bound to>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_POOL_BOUND_TO_CONNECT_JOB)
// Identifies the NetLogSource() for the Socket assigned to the pending
// request. The event parameters are:
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the socket we acquired>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_POOL_BOUND_TO_SOCKET)
// The start/end of a client socket pool request for multiple sockets.
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "num_sockets": <Number of sockets we're trying to ensure are connected>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKET_POOL_CONNECTING_N_SOCKETS)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// URLRequest
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Measures the time it took a net::URLRequestJob to start. For the most part
// this corresponds with the time between net::URLRequest::Start() and
// net::URLRequest::ResponseStarted(), however it is also repeated for every
// redirect, and every intercepted job that handles the request.
//
// For the BEGIN phase, the following parameters are attached:
// {
// "url": <String of URL being loaded>,
// "method": <The method ("POST" or "GET" or "HEAD" etc..)>,
// "load_flags": <Numeric value of the combined load flags>,
// "priority": <Numeric priority of the request>,
// "upload_id" <String of upload body identifier, if present>,
// }
//
// For the END phase, if there was an error, the following parameters are
// attached:
// {
// "net_error": <Net error code of the failure>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(URL_REQUEST_START_JOB)
// This event is sent once a net::URLRequest receives a redirect. The parameters
// attached to the event are:
// {
// "location": <The URL that was redirected to>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(URL_REQUEST_REDIRECTED)
// Measures the time between when a net::URLRequest calls a delegate that can
// block it, and when the delegate allows the request to resume. Each delegate
// type has a corresponding event type.
EVENT_TYPE(NETWORK_DELEGATE_AUTH_REQUIRED)
EVENT_TYPE(NETWORK_DELEGATE_BEFORE_START_TRANSACTION)
EVENT_TYPE(NETWORK_DELEGATE_BEFORE_URL_REQUEST)
EVENT_TYPE(NETWORK_DELEGATE_HEADERS_RECEIVED)
EVENT_TYPE(URL_REQUEST_DELEGATE_CERTIFICATE_REQUESTED)
EVENT_TYPE(URL_REQUEST_DELEGATE_RECEIVED_REDIRECT)
EVENT_TYPE(URL_REQUEST_DELEGATE_RESPONSE_STARTED)
EVENT_TYPE(URL_REQUEST_DELEGATE_SSL_CERTIFICATE_ERROR)
// Logged when a delegate informs the URL_REQUEST of what's currently blocking
// the request. The parameters attached to the begin event are:
// {
// "delegate_blocked_by": <Information about what's blocking the request>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(DELEGATE_INFO)
// The specified number of bytes were read from the net::URLRequest.
// The filtered event is used when the bytes were passed through a filter before
// being read. This event is only present when byte logging is enabled.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "byte_count": <Number of bytes that were just sent>,
// "hex_encoded_bytes": <The exact bytes sent, as a hexadecimal string>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(URL_REQUEST_JOB_BYTES_READ)
EVENT_TYPE(URL_REQUEST_JOB_FILTERED_BYTES_READ)
// This event is sent when the priority of a net::URLRequest is
// changed after it has started. The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "priority": <Numerical value of the priority (higher is more important)>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(URL_REQUEST_SET_PRIORITY)
EVENT_TYPE(URL_REQUEST_REDIRECT_JOB)
// This event is logged when a URLRequestRedirectJob is started for a request.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "reason": <Reason for the redirect, as a string>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(URL_REQUEST_FAKE_RESPONSE_HEADERS_CREATED)
// This event is logged when a URLRequestRedirectJob creates the fake response
// headers for a request, prior to returning them.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(URL_REQUEST_FILTERS_SET)
// This event is logged when a URLRequestJob sets up the filters, if any
// filters were added to the job. It logs the filters added.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "filters": <The list of filter names>
// }
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// HttpCache
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Measures the time while getting a reference to the back end.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_CACHE_GET_BACKEND)
// Measures the time while opening a disk cache entry.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_CACHE_OPEN_ENTRY)
// Measures the time while creating a disk cache entry.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_CACHE_CREATE_ENTRY)
// Measures the time it takes to add a HttpCache::Transaction to an http cache
// entry's list of active Transactions.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_CACHE_ADD_TO_ENTRY)
// Measures the time while deleting a disk cache entry.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_CACHE_DOOM_ENTRY)
// Measures the time while reading/writing a disk cache entry's response headers
// or metadata.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_CACHE_READ_INFO)
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_CACHE_WRITE_INFO)
// Measures the time while reading/writing a disk cache entry's body.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_CACHE_READ_DATA)
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_CACHE_WRITE_DATA)
// The request headers received by the HTTP cache.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "line": <empty>,
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_CACHE_CALLER_REQUEST_HEADERS)
// Signal a significant change on the flow of the state machine: start again
// from scratch or create a new network request for byte-range operations.
// There are no parameters.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_CACHE_RESTART_PARTIAL_REQUEST)
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_CACHE_RE_SEND_PARTIAL_REQUEST)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Disk Cache / Memory Cache
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The creation/destruction of a disk_cache::EntryImpl object. The "creation"
// is considered to be the point at which an Entry is first considered to be
// good and associated with a key. Note that disk and memory cache entries
// share event types.
//
// For the BEGIN phase, the following parameters are attached:
// {
// "created": <true if the Entry was created, rather than being opened>,
// "key": <The Entry's key>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(DISK_CACHE_ENTRY_IMPL)
EVENT_TYPE(DISK_CACHE_MEM_ENTRY_IMPL)
// Logs the time required to read/write data from/to a cache entry.
//
// For the BEGIN phase, the following parameters are attached:
// {
// "index": <Index being read/written>,
// "offset": <Offset being read/written>,
// "buf_len": <Length of buffer being read to/written from>,
// "truncate": <If present for a write, the truncate flag is set to true.
// Not present in reads or writes where it is false>,
// }
//
// For the END phase, the following parameters are attached:
// {
// "bytes_copied": <Number of bytes copied. Not present on error>,
// "net_error": <Network error code. Only present on error>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(ENTRY_READ_DATA)
EVENT_TYPE(ENTRY_WRITE_DATA)
// Logged when sparse read/write operation starts/stops for an Entry.
//
// For the BEGIN phase, the following parameters are attached:
// {
// "offset": <Offset at which to start reading>,
// "buf_len": <Bytes to read/write>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SPARSE_READ)
EVENT_TYPE(SPARSE_WRITE)
// Logged when a parent Entry starts/stops reading/writing a child Entry's data.
//
// For the BEGIN phase, the following parameters are attached:
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source id of the child entry>,
// "child_len": <Bytes to read/write from/to child>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SPARSE_READ_CHILD_DATA)
EVENT_TYPE(SPARSE_WRITE_CHILD_DATA)
// Logged when sparse GetAvailableRange operation starts/stops for an Entry.
//
// For the BEGIN phase, the following parameters are attached:
// {
// "buf_len": <Bytes to read/write>,
// "offset": <Offset at which to start reading>,
// }
//
// For the END phase, the following parameters are attached. No parameters are
// attached when cancelled:
// {
// "length": <Length of returned range. Only present on success>,
// "start": <Position where returned range starts. Only present on success>,
// "net_error": <Resulting error code. Only present on failure. This may be
// "OK" when there's no error, but no available bytes in the
// range>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SPARSE_GET_RANGE)
// Indicates the children of a sparse EntryImpl are about to be deleted.
// Not logged for MemEntryImpls.
EVENT_TYPE(SPARSE_DELETE_CHILDREN)
// Logged when an EntryImpl is closed. Not logged for MemEntryImpls.
EVENT_TYPE(ENTRY_CLOSE)
// Logged when an entry is doomed.
EVENT_TYPE(ENTRY_DOOM)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// HttpStreamFactory
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Measures the time taken to fulfill the HttpStreamRequest.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_REQUEST)
// Measures the time taken to execute the HttpStreamFactory::Job
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the Request with started
// this Job>,
// "original_url": <The URL to create a stream for>,
// "url": <The URL actually being used, possibly different from
// original_url if using an alternate service>,
// "alternate_service": <The alternate service being used>,
// "priority": <The priority of the Job>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_JOB)
// Measures the time and HttpStreamFactory::Job spends waiting for another job.
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "should_wait": <True if the job needs to wait>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_JOB_WAITING)
// Identifies the NetLogSource() for a Job started by the Request.
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for Job we started>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_REQUEST_STARTED_JOB)
// Emitted when a job is throttled.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_JOB_THROTTLED)
// Emitted when a job resumes initializing a connection after being previously
// throttled.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_JOB_RESUME_INIT_CONNECTION)
// Emitted when a job is asked to initialize a connection.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_JOB_INIT_CONNECTION)
// Identifies the NetLogSource() for the Job that fulfilled the Request.
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for Job we acquired>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_REQUEST_BOUND_TO_JOB)
// Identifies the NetLogSource() for the QuicStreamFactory::Job that the
// HttpStreamFactory::Job was attached to.
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the QuicStreamFactory::Job
// to which we were attached>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_JOB_BOUND_TO_QUIC_STREAM_FACTORY_JOB)
// Identifies the NetLogSource() for the Request that the Job was attached to.
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the Request to which we were
// attached>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_JOB_BOUND_TO_REQUEST)
// Logs the protocol negotiated with the server. The event parameters are:
// {
// "status": <The NPN status ("negotiated", "unsupported", "no-overlap")>,
// "proto": <The NPN protocol negotiated>,
// "server_protos": <The list of server advertised protocols>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_REQUEST_PROTO)
// Emitted when a Job is orphaned because the Request was bound to a different
// Job. The orphaned Job will continue to run to completion.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_JOB_ORPHANED)
// Emitted when a job is delayed.
// {
// "delay_ms": <Number of milliseconds until job will be resumed>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_JOB_DELAYED)
// Emitted when a job is asked to resume after non-zero microseconds.
// {
// "delay_ms": <Number of milliseconds the job was delayed before resuming>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_JOB_RESUMED)
// Marks the start/end of a HttpStreamFactory::JobController.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "url": <String of request URL>,
// "is_preconnect": <True if controller is created for a preconnect.>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_JOB_CONTROLLER)
// Links a JobController with its user (a URL_REQUEST).
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "source_dependency": <The source identifier for JobController if the
// event is logged in URL_REQUEST or the source identifier for the
// URL_REQUEST if the event is logged in HTTP_STREAM_JOB_CONTROLLER>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_JOB_CONTROLLER_BOUND)
// Logs the proxy server resolved for the controller. The event parameters are:
// {
// "proxy_server": The proxy server resolved for the Job,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_JOB_CONTROLLER_PROXY_SERVER_RESOLVED)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// HttpNetworkTransaction
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Measures the time taken to send the tunnel request to the server.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_TUNNEL_SEND_REQUEST)
// This event is sent for a tunnel request.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "line": <The HTTP request line, CRLF terminated>,
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_SEND_TUNNEL_HEADERS)
// Measures the time to read the tunnel response headers from the server.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_TUNNEL_READ_HEADERS)
// This event is sent on receipt of the HTTP response headers to a tunnel
// request.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_READ_TUNNEL_RESPONSE_HEADERS)
// Measures the time taken to send the request to the server.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_SEND_REQUEST)
// This event is sent for a HTTP request.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "line": <The HTTP request line, CRLF terminated>,
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_SEND_REQUEST_HEADERS)
// Logged when a request body is sent.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "did_merge": <True if the body was merged with the headers for writing>,
// "is_chunked": <True if chunked>,
// "length": <The length of the body. May not be accurate when body is not
// in memory>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_SEND_REQUEST_BODY)
// This event is sent for a HTTP request over an HTTP/2 stream.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_HTTP2_SEND_REQUEST_HEADERS)
// This event is sent for a HTTP request over a QUIC stream.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// "quic_priority": <Integer representing the priority of this request>,
// "quic_stream_id": <Id of the QUIC stream sending this request>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_QUIC_SEND_REQUEST_HEADERS)
// Measures the time to read HTTP response headers from the server.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_READ_HEADERS)
// This event is sent on receipt of the HTTP response headers.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_READ_RESPONSE_HEADERS)
// Measures the time to read the entity body from the server.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_READ_BODY)
// Measures the time taken to read the response out of the socket before
// restarting for authentication, on keep alive connections.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_DRAIN_BODY_FOR_AUTH_RESTART)
// Measures the time taken to look up the key used for Token Binding.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_GET_TOKEN_BINDING_KEY)
// This event is sent when we try to restart a transaction after an error.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "net_error": <The net error code integer for the failure, if applicable>,
// "http_status_code": <HTTP status code indicating an error, if
// applicable>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_RESTART_AFTER_ERROR)
// This event is sent when we try to restart a transaction after the initial
// attempt failed with HTTP 421 Misdirected Requested.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_TRANSACTION_RESTART_MISDIRECTED_REQUEST)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// BidirectionalStream
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Marks the creation/destruction of a net::BidirectionalStream.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "url": <The URL being used>,
// "method": <The HTTP method being used>,
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(BIDIRECTIONAL_STREAM_ALIVE)
// Marks the ReadData call of a net::BidirectionalStream.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "rv": <The value in int that is returned to the caller>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(BIDIRECTIONAL_STREAM_READ_DATA)
// Marks the SendvData call of a net::BidirectionalStream.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "num_buffers": <The number of buffers passed to SendvData>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(BIDIRECTIONAL_STREAM_SENDV_DATA)
// Marks the beginning/end of buffers sent in a net::BidirectionalStream.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "num_buffers_coalesced": <number of buffers that were sent together>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(BIDIRECTIONAL_STREAM_BYTES_SENT_COALESCED)
// The specified number of bytes were sent on the stream. Depending on the
// source of the event, may be logged either once the data is sent, or when it
// is queued to be sent.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "byte_count": <Number of bytes that were just sent>,
// "hex_encoded_bytes": <The exact bytes sent, as a hexadecimal string.
// Only present when byte logging is enabled>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(BIDIRECTIONAL_STREAM_BYTES_SENT)
// The specified number of bytes were received on the stream.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "byte_count": <Number of bytes that were just received>,
// "hex_encoded_bytes": <The exact bytes received, as a hexadecimal string.
// Only present when byte logging is enabled>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(BIDIRECTIONAL_STREAM_BYTES_RECEIVED)
// This event is sent for receiving headers on the stream.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(BIDIRECTIONAL_STREAM_RECV_HEADERS)
// This event is sent for receiving trailers on the stream.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(BIDIRECTIONAL_STREAM_RECV_TRAILERS)
// This event is used when stream is successfully negotiated and is ready for
// sending data and reading data.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "request_headers_sent": <boolean>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(BIDIRECTIONAL_STREAM_READY)
// This event is used when stream has failed.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "net_error": <Net error code for the failure>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(BIDIRECTIONAL_STREAM_FAILED)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// SERVER_PUSH_LOOKUP_TRANSACTION
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The start/end of a push lookup transaction for server push.
//
// The START event has the parameters:
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the server push lookp.
// It can be a QUIC_SESSION or a HTTP2_SESSION>,
// "pushed_url": <The url that has been pushed and looked up>,
// }
//
// If the transaction doesn't find the resource in cache, then the END phase
// has these parameters:
// {
// "net_error": <Net error code integer>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SERVER_PUSH_LOOKUP_TRANSACTION)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// SpdySession
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The start/end of a SpdySession.
// {
// "host": <The host-port string>,
// "proxy": <The Proxy PAC string>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION)
// The SpdySession has been initialized with a socket.
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the underlying socket>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_INITIALIZED)
// This event is sent for sending an HTTP/2 HEADERS frame.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// "fin": <True if this is the final data set by the peer on this stream>,
// "stream_id": <The stream id>,
// "has_priority": <True if the PRIORITY flag is set>,
// "parent_stream_id": <Optional; the stream id of the parent stream>,
// "priority": <Optional; the priority value of the stream>,
// "exclusive": <Optional; true if the exclusive bit is set>.
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_SEND_HEADERS)
// This event is sent for receiving an HTTP/2 HEADERS frame.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "flags": <The control frame flags>,
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// "id": <The stream id>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_RECV_HEADERS)
// On sending an HTTP/2 SETTINGS frame without ACK flag.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "settings": <The list of setting ids and values>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_SEND_SETTINGS)
// On sending an HTTP/2 SETTINGS frame with ACK flag.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_SEND_SETTINGS_ACK)
// Receipt of an HTTP/2 SETTINGS frame without ACK flag.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_RECV_SETTINGS)
// Receipt of an individual HTTP/2 setting.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "id": <The setting id>,
// "value": <The setting value>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_RECV_SETTING)
// Receipt of an HTTP/2 SETTINGS frame with ACK flag.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_RECV_SETTINGS_ACK)
// The receipt of a RST_STREAM frame.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "stream_id": <The stream ID for the RST_STREAM>,
// "error_code": <Error code>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_RECV_RST_STREAM)
// Sending of a RST_STREAM
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "stream_id": <The stream ID for the RST_STREAM>,
// "error_code": <Error code>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_SEND_RST_STREAM)
// Sending of an HTTP/2 PING frame.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "unique_id": <The unique id of the PING message>,
// "type": <The PING type ("sent", "received")>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_PING)
// Receipt of an HTTP/2 GOAWAY frame.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "last_accepted_stream_id": <Last stream id accepted by the server, duh>,
// "active_streams": <Number of active streams>,
// "unclaimed_streams": <Number of unclaimed push streams>,
// "error_code": <Error code>,
// "debug_data": <Additional debug data>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_RECV_GOAWAY)
// Receipt of an HTTP/2 WINDOW_UPDATE frame (which controls the send window).
// {
// "stream_id": <The stream ID for the window update>,
// "delta" : <The delta window size>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_RECV_WINDOW_UPDATE)
// Sending of an HTTP/2 WINDOW_UPDATE frame (which controls the
// receive window).
// {
// "stream_id": <The stream ID for the window update>,
// "delta" : <The delta window size>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_SEND_WINDOW_UPDATE)
// This event indicates that the send window has been updated for a session.
// {
// "delta": <The window size delta>,
// "new_window": <The new window size>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_UPDATE_SEND_WINDOW)
// This event indicates that the recv window has been updated for a session.
// {
// "delta": <The window size delta>,
// "new_window": <The new window size>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_UPDATE_RECV_WINDOW)
// This event indicates that an invalid response header has been received.
// {
// "header_name": <The header name>,
// "header_value": <The header value>,
// "error": <Error message>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_RECV_INVALID_HEADER)
// Sending a data frame
// {
// "stream_id": <The stream ID for the window update>,
// "length" : <The size of data sent>,
// "flags" : <Send data flags>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_SEND_DATA)
// Receiving a data frame
// {
// "stream_id": <The stream ID for the window update>,
// "length" : <The size of data received>,
// "flags" : <Receive data flags>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_RECV_DATA)
// This event is sent for receiving an HTTP/2 PUSH_PROMISE frame.
// The following parameters are attached:
// {
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// "id": <The stream id>,
// "promised_stream_id": <The stream id>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_RECV_PUSH_PROMISE)
// A stream is stalled by the session send window being closed.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_STREAM_STALLED_BY_SESSION_SEND_WINDOW)
// A stream is stalled by its send window being closed.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_STREAM_STALLED_BY_STREAM_SEND_WINDOW)
// Session is closing
// {
// "net_error" : <The error status of the closure>,
// "description": <The textual description for the closure>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_CLOSE)
// Event when the creation of a stream is stalled because we're at
// the maximum number of concurrent streams.
// {
//
// "num_active_streams": <Number of active streams>,
// "num_created_streams": <Number of created streams>,
// "num_pushed_streams": <Number of pushed streams>,
// "max_concurrent_streams": <Maximum number of concurrent streams>,
// "url": <Request URL>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_STALLED_MAX_STREAMS)
// Received an out-of-range value for initial window size in SETTINGS
// frame.
// {
// "initial_window_size" : <The initial window size>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_INITIAL_WINDOW_SIZE_OUT_OF_RANGE)
// Updating streams send window size by the delta window size.
// {
// "delta_window_size" : <The delta window size>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_UPDATE_STREAMS_SEND_WINDOW_SIZE)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// SpdySessionPool
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// This event indicates the pool is reusing an existing session
// {
// "source_dependency": <The session id>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_POOL_FOUND_EXISTING_SESSION)
// This event indicates the pool is reusing an existing session from an
// IP pooling match.
// {
// "source_dependency": <The session id>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_POOL_FOUND_EXISTING_SESSION_FROM_IP_POOL)
// This event indicates the pool created a new session
// {
// "source_dependency": <The session id>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_POOL_CREATED_NEW_SESSION)
// This event indicates that a SSL socket has been upgraded to an HTTP/2
// session.
// {
// "source_dependency": <The session id>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_POOL_IMPORTED_SESSION_FROM_SOCKET)
// This event indicates that the session has been removed.
// {
// "source_dependency": <The session id>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_SESSION_POOL_REMOVE_SESSION)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// SpdyStream
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The begin and end of an HTTP/2 STREAM.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_STREAM)
// A stream is attached to a pushed stream.
// {
// "stream_id": <The stream id>,
// "url": <The url of the pushed resource>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_STREAM_ADOPTED_PUSH_STREAM)
// A stream is unstalled by flow control.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_STREAM_FLOW_CONTROL_UNSTALLED)
// This event indicates that the send window has been updated for a stream.
// {
// "id": <The stream id>,
// "delta": <The window size delta>,
// "new_window": <The new window size>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_STREAM_UPDATE_SEND_WINDOW)
// This event indicates that the recv window has been updated for a stream.
// {
// "id": <The stream id>,
// "delta": <The window size delta>,
// "new_window": <The new window size>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_STREAM_UPDATE_RECV_WINDOW)
// This event indicates a stream error
// {
// "id": <The stream id>,
// "status": <The error status>,
// "description": <The textual description for the error>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_STREAM_ERROR)
// A PRIORITY update is sent to the server.
// {
// "stream_id": <The stream id>,
// "parent_stream_id": <The stream's new parent stream>,
// "weight": <The stream's new weight>,
// "exclusive": <Whether the new dependency is exclusive>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_STREAM_SEND_PRIORITY)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// SpdyProxyClientSocket
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP2_PROXY_CLIENT_SESSION)
// Identifies the HTTP/2 session a source is using.
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the underlying session>,
// }
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// QuicStreamFactory::Job
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Measures the time taken to execute the QuicStreamFactory::Job.
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "server_id": <The quic::QuicServerId that the Job serves>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_STREAM_FACTORY_JOB)
// Identifies the NetLogSource() for the HttpStreamFactory::Job that the Job was
// attached to.
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the HttpStreamFactory::Job to
// which we were attached>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_STREAM_FACTORY_JOB_BOUND_TO_HTTP_STREAM_JOB)
// Measures the time taken to establish a QUIC connection.
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "require_confirmation": <True if we require handshake confirmation
// in the connection>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_STREAM_FACTORY_JOB_CONNECT)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// quic::QuicSession
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The start/end of a quic::QuicSession.
// {
// "host": <The host-port string>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION)
// Session is closing because of an error.
// {
// "net_error": <Net error code for the closure>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_CLOSE_ON_ERROR)
// Session verification of a certificate from the server failed.
// {
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED)
// Session verified a certificate from the server.
// {
// "subjects": <list of DNS names that the certificate is valid for>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_CERTIFICATE_VERIFIED)
// Session received a QUIC packet.
// {
// "peer_address": <The ip:port of the peer>,
// "self_address": <The local ip:port which received the packet>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_PACKET_RECEIVED)
// Session sent a QUIC packet.
// {
// "encryption_level": <The quic::EncryptionLevel of the packet>,
// "transmission_type": <The quic::TransmissionType of the packet>,
// "packet_sequence_number": <The packet's full 64-bit sequence number,
// as a base-10 string.>,
// "size": <The size of the packet in bytes>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_PACKET_SENT)
// Session retransmitted a QUIC packet.
// {
// "old_packet_sequence_number": <The old packet's full 64-bit sequence
// number, as a base-10 string.>,
// "new_packet_sequence_number": <The new packet's full 64-bit sequence
// number, as a base-10 string.>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_PACKET_RETRANSMITTED)
// Session received a QUIC packet with a sequence number that had previously
// been received.
// {
// "packet_sequence_number": <The packet's full 64-bit sequence number>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_DUPLICATE_PACKET_RECEIVED)
// Session received a QUIC packet header, which has not yet been authenticated.
// {
// "connection_id": <The 64-bit CONNECTION_ID for this connection, as a
// base-10 string>,
// "reset_flag": <True if the reset flag is set for this packet>,
// "version_flag": <True if the version flag is set for this packet>,
// "packet_sequence_number": <The packet's full 64-bit sequence number,
// as a base-10 string.>,
// "private_flags": <The private flags set for this packet>,
// "fec_group": <The FEC group of this packet>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_UNAUTHENTICATED_PACKET_HEADER_RECEIVED)
// Session has authenticated a QUIC packet.
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_PACKET_AUTHENTICATED)
// Session received a STREAM frame.
// {
// "stream_id": <The id of the stream which this data is for>,
// "fin": <True if this is the final data set by the peer on this stream>,
// "offset": <Offset in the byte stream where this data starts>,
// "length": <Length of the data in this frame>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_STREAM_FRAME_RECEIVED)
// Session sent a STREAM frame.
// {
// "stream_id": <The id of the stream which this data is for>,
// "fin": <True if this is the final data set by the peer on this stream>,
// "offset": <Offset in the byte stream where this data starts>,
// "length": <Length of the data in this frame>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_STREAM_FRAME_SENT)
// Session received an ACK frame.
// {
// "sent_info": <Details of packet sent by the peer>
// {
// "least_unacked": <Lowest sequence number of a packet sent by the peer
// for which it has not received an ACK>,
// }
// "received_info": <Details of packet received by the peer>
// {
// "largest_observed": <The largest sequence number of a packet received
// by (or inferred by) the peer>,
// "missing": <List of sequence numbers of packets lower than
// largest_observed which have not been received by the
// peer>,
// }
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_ACK_FRAME_RECEIVED)
// Session sent an ACK frame.
// {
// "sent_info": <Details of packet sent by the peer>
// {
// "least_unacked": <Lowest sequence number of a packet sent by the peer
// for which it has not received an ACK>,
// }
// "received_info": <Details of packet received by the peer>
// {
// "largest_observed": <The largest sequence number of a packet received
// by (or inferred by) the peer>,
// "missing": <List of sequence numbers of packets lower than
// largest_observed which have not been received by the
// peer>,
// }
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_ACK_FRAME_SENT)
// Session received a WINDOW_UPDATE frame.
// {
// "stream_id": <The id of the stream which this data is for>,
// "byte_offset": <Byte offset in the stream>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_WINDOW_UPDATE_FRAME_RECEIVED)
// Session sent a WINDOW_UPDATE frame.
// {
// "stream_id": <The id of the stream which this data is for>,
// "byte_offset": <Byte offset in the stream>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_WINDOW_UPDATE_FRAME_SENT)
// Session received a BLOCKED frame.
// {
// "stream_id": <The id of the stream which this data is for>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_BLOCKED_FRAME_RECEIVED)
// Session sent a BLOCKED frame.
// {
// "stream_id": <The id of the stream which this data is for>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_BLOCKED_FRAME_SENT)
// Session received a GOAWAY frame.
// {
// "quic_error": <quic::QuicErrorCode in the frame>,
// "last_good_stream_id": <Last correctly received stream id by the server>,
// "reason_phrase": <Prose justifying go-away request>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_GOAWAY_FRAME_RECEIVED)
// Session sent a GOAWAY frame.
// {
// "quic_error": <quic::QuicErrorCode in the frame>,
// "last_good_stream_id": <Last correctly received stream id by the server>,
// "reason_phrase": <Prose justifying go-away request>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_GOAWAY_FRAME_SENT)
// Session detected path degrading and decided to mark itself as goaway.
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_CLIENT_GOAWAY_ON_PATH_DEGRADING)
// Session received a PING frame.
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_PING_FRAME_RECEIVED)
// Session sent a PING frame.
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_PING_FRAME_SENT)
// Session sent an MTU discovery frame (PING on wire).
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_MTU_DISCOVERY_FRAME_SENT)
// Session received a STOP_WAITING frame.
// {
// "sent_info": <Details of packet sent by the peer>
// {
// "least_unacked": <Lowest sequence number of a packet sent by the peer
// for which it has not received an ACK>,
// }
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_STOP_WAITING_FRAME_RECEIVED)
// Session sent an STOP_WAITING frame.
// {
// "sent_info": <Details of packet sent by the peer>
// {
// "least_unacked": <Lowest sequence number of a packet sent by the peer
// for which it has not received an ACK>,
// }
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_STOP_WAITING_FRAME_SENT)
// Session recevied a RST_STREAM frame.
// {
// "offset": <Offset in the byte stream which triggered the reset>,
// "quic_rst_stream_error": <quic::QuicRstStreamErrorCode in the frame>,
// "details": <Human readable description>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_RST_STREAM_FRAME_RECEIVED)
// Session sent a RST_STREAM frame.
// {
// "offset": <Offset in the byte stream which triggered the reset>,
// "quic_rst_stream_error": <quic::QuicRstStreamErrorCode in the frame>,
// "details": <Human readable description>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_RST_STREAM_FRAME_SENT)
// Session received a CONNECTION_CLOSE frame.
// {
// "quic_error": <quic::QuicErrorCode in the frame>,
// "details": <Human readable description>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_CONNECTION_CLOSE_FRAME_RECEIVED)
// Session received a CONNECTION_CLOSE frame.
// {
// "quic_error": <quic::QuicErrorCode in the frame>,
// "details": <Human readable description>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_CONNECTION_CLOSE_FRAME_SENT)
// Session received a public reset packet.
// {
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_PUBLIC_RESET_PACKET_RECEIVED)
// Session received a version negotiation packet.
// {
// "versions": <List of QUIC versions supported by the server>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_VERSION_NEGOTIATION_PACKET_RECEIVED)
// Session successfully negotiated QUIC version number.
// {
// "version": <String of QUIC version negotiated with the server>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_VERSION_NEGOTIATED)
// Session revived a QUIC packet packet via FEC.
// {
// "connection_id": <The 64-bit CONNECTION_ID for this connection, as a
// base-10 string>,
// "public_flags": <The public flags set for this packet>,
// "packet_sequence_number": <The packet's full 64-bit sequence number,
// as a base-10 string.>,
// "private_flags": <The private flags set for this packet>,
// "fec_group": <The FEC group of this packet>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_PACKET_HEADER_REVIVED)
// Session received a crypto handshake message.
// {
// "quic_crypto_handshake_message": <The human readable dump of the message
// contents>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_CRYPTO_HANDSHAKE_MESSAGE_RECEIVED)
// Session sent a crypto handshake message.
// {
// "quic_crypto_handshake_message": <The human readable dump of the message
// contents>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_CRYPTO_HANDSHAKE_MESSAGE_SENT)
// A QUIC connection received a PUSH_PROMISE frame. The following
// parameters are attached:
// {
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// "id": <The stream id>,
// "promised_stream_id": <The stream id>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_PUSH_PROMISE_RECEIVED)
// Session was closed, either remotely or by the peer.
// {
// "quic_error": <quic::QuicErrorCode which caused the connection to be
// closed>, "from_peer": <True if the peer closed the connection>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_SESSION_CLOSED)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// QuicHttpStream
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// A stream request's url matches a received push promise. The
// promised stream can be adopted for this request once vary header
// validation is complete (as part of response header processing).
// {
// "stream_id": <The stream id>,
// "url": <The url of the pushed resource>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_HTTP_STREAM_PUSH_PROMISE_RENDEZVOUS)
// Vary validation has succeeded, a http stream is attached to
// a pushed QUIC stream.
// {
// "stream_id": <The stream id>,
// "url": <The url of the pushed resource>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_HTTP_STREAM_ADOPTED_PUSH_STREAM)
// Identifies the NetLogSource() for the QuicSesssion that handled the stream.
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for session that was used>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_REQUEST_BOUND_TO_QUIC_SESSION)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// QuicChromiumClientStream
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The stream is sending the request headers.
// {
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CHROMIUM_CLIENT_STREAM_SEND_REQUEST_HEADERS)
// The stream has read the response headers.
// {
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CHROMIUM_CLIENT_STREAM_READ_RESPONSE_HEADERS)
// The stream has read the response trailers.
// {
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CHROMIUM_CLIENT_STREAM_READ_RESPONSE_TRAILERS)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// QuicConnectionMigration
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Records the QUIC connection migration mode.
// {
// "connection_migration_mode": <The connection migration mode>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_MIGRATION_MODE)
// Records that QUIC connection migration has been triggered.
// {
// "trigger": <The reason for the migration attempt>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_MIGRATION_TRIGGERED)
// Records that a QUIC connection migration attempt of the session
// identified by connection_id failed.
// {
// "connection_id": <Connection ID of the session>
// "reason": <Failure reason>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_MIGRATION_FAILURE)
// Records that a QUIC connection migration attempt of the session
// identified by connection_id succeeded.
// {
// "connection_id": <Connection ID of the session>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_MIGRATION_SUCCESS)
// Records that QUIC connectivity probing is triggered.
// Identified by network id.
// {
// "network": <ID of the network being probed>
// "initial_timeout_ms": <Initial timeout in milliseconds>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_CONNECTIVITY_PROBING_TRIGGERED)
// Records that QUIC connectivity probing succeeds.
// {
// "network": <ID of the network being probed>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_CONNECTIVITY_PROBING_SUCCEEDED)
// Records that QUIC connectivity probing fails.
// {
// "network": <ID of the network being probed>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_CONNECTIVITY_PROBING_FAILED)
// Records that QUIC connectivity probing fails.
// {
// "network": <ID of the network being probed>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_CONNECTIVITY_PROBING_CANCELLED)
// Records that a QUIC connectivity probing packet has been sent.
// {
// "network": <ID of the network being probed>
// "retry_count": <Number of trials>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_CONNECTIVITY_PROBING_PACKET_SENT)
// Records that a QUIC connectivity probing packet has been received.
// {
// "network": <ID of the network being probed>
// "self_address": <Self address on the probed path>
// "peer_address": <Peer address on the probed path>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_CONNECTIVITY_PROBING_PACKET_RECEIVED)
// Records that a QUIC connection migration attempt due to new network
// being connected.
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_MIGRATION_ON_NETWORK_CONNECTED)
// Records that a QUIC connection migration attempt due to new network
// being marked as default network.
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_MIGRATION_ON_NETWORK_MADE_DEFAULT)
// Records that a QUIC connection migration attempt due to old network
// being disconnected.
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_MIGRATION_ON_NETWORK_DISCONNECTED)
// Records that a QUIC connection migration attempt due to encountering
// packet write error on the current network.
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_MIGRATION_ON_WRITE_ERROR)
// Records that a QUIC connection migration attempt due to path
// degrading on the current network.
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_MIGRATION_ON_PATH_DEGRADING)
// Records that a QUIC connection migration attempt due to efforts to
// migrate back to the default network.
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_MIGRATION_ON_MIGRATE_BACK)
// Records a QUIC connection migration failure after probing.
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_MIGRATION_FAILURE_AFTER_PROBING)
// Records a QUIC connection migration success after probing.
EVENT_TYPE(QUIC_CONNECTION_MIGRATION_SUCCESS_AFTER_PROBING)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// HttpStreamParser
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Measures the time to read HTTP response headers from the server.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_STREAM_PARSER_READ_HEADERS)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// SOCKS5ClientSocket
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The time spent sending the "greeting" to the SOCKS server.
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKS5_GREET_WRITE)
// The time spent waiting for the "greeting" response from the SOCKS server.
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKS5_GREET_READ)
// The time spent sending the CONNECT request to the SOCKS server.
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKS5_HANDSHAKE_WRITE)
// The time spent waiting for the response to the CONNECT request.
EVENT_TYPE(SOCKS5_HANDSHAKE_READ)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// HTTP Authentication
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The time spent authenticating to the proxy.
EVENT_TYPE(AUTH_PROXY)
// The time spent authentication to the server.
EVENT_TYPE(AUTH_SERVER)
// The channel bindings generated for the connection.
EVENT_TYPE(AUTH_CHANNEL_BINDINGS)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// HTML5 Application Cache
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// This event is emitted whenever a request is satisfied directly from
// the appcache.
EVENT_TYPE(APPCACHE_DELIVERING_CACHED_RESPONSE)
// This event is emitted whenever the appcache uses a fallback response.
EVENT_TYPE(APPCACHE_DELIVERING_FALLBACK_RESPONSE)
// This event is emitted whenever the appcache generates an error response.
EVENT_TYPE(APPCACHE_DELIVERING_ERROR_RESPONSE)
// This event is emitted whenever the appcache executes script to compute
// a response.
EVENT_TYPE(APPCACHE_DELIVERING_EXECUTABLE_RESPONSE)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Service Worker
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// This event is emitted when Service Worker starts to handle a request.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_START_REQUEST)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker results in a fallback to network
// response.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_FALLBACK_RESPONSE)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker results in a fallback to network
// response, and asks the renderer rather than the browser to do the fallback
// due to CORS.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_FALLBACK_FOR_CORS)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker responds with a headers-only
// response.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_HEADERS_ONLY_RESPONSE)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker responds with a stream.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_STREAM_RESPONSE)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker responds with a blob.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_BLOB_RESPONSE)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker instructs the browser
// to respond with a network error.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_ERROR_RESPONSE_STATUS_ZERO)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker attempts to respond with
// a blob, but it was not readable.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_ERROR_BAD_BLOB)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker fails to respond because
// the provider host was null.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_ERROR_NO_PROVIDER_HOST)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker fails to respond because
// the registration had no active version.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_ERROR_NO_ACTIVE_VERSION)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker fails to respond because
// the job delegate behaved incorrectly.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_ERROR_BAD_DELEGATE)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker fails to respond because
// the fetch event could not be dispatched to the worker.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_ERROR_FETCH_EVENT_DISPATCH)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker fails to respond because
// of an error when reading the blob response.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_ERROR_BLOB_READ)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker fails to respond because
// of an error when reading the stream response.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_ERROR_STREAM_ABORTED)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker is destroyed before it
// responds.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_ERROR_KILLED)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker is destroyed before it
// finishes responding with a blob.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_ERROR_KILLED_WITH_BLOB)
// This event is emitted when Service Worker is destroyed before it
// finishes responding with a stream.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_ERROR_KILLED_WITH_STREAM)
// This event is emitted when a request to be forwarded to a Service Worker has
// request body, and it may be necessary to wait for sizes of files in the body
// to be resolved. The END phase event parameter is:
// {
// "success": Whether file sizes in the request body have been resolved
// successfully
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_WAITING_FOR_REQUEST_BODY_FILES)
// This event is emitted when a request failed to be forwarded to a Service
// Worker, because it had a request body with a blob that failed to be
// constructed.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_ERROR_REQUEST_BODY_BLOB_FAILED)
// The start/end of dispatching a fetch event to a service worker. This includes
// waiting for the worker to activate and starting the worker if neccessary.
//
// The BEGIN phase consists of the following parameters:
// {
// "event_type": A string indicating the resource type being fetched.
// }
//
// For the END phase, the following parameters are attached. No parameters are
// attached when cancelled:
// {
// "status": The ServiceWorkerStatusCode as a string.
// "has_response": True if the service worker provided a response to the fetch
// event. False means to fall back to network.
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_DISPATCH_FETCH_EVENT)
// Measures the time waiting for a service worker to go from ACTIVATING to
// ACTIVATED.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_WAIT_FOR_ACTIVATION)
// The start/end of starting a service worker.
// For the END phase, the following parameters are attached:
// {
// "status": The ServiceWorkerStatusCode as a string. Only present on failure.
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_START_WORKER)
// The start/end of dispatching a fetch event to an activated, running service
// worker.
// For the END phase, the following parameters are attached:
// {
// "status": The ServiceWorkerStatusCode as a string. Only present on failure.
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_FETCH_EVENT)
// This event is emitted when a request for a service worker script or its
// imported scripts could not be handled.
// {
// "error": The error reason as a string.
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_SCRIPT_LOAD_UNHANDLED_REQUEST_ERROR)
// This event is emitted when a navigation preload request is created.
EVENT_TYPE(SERVICE_WORKER_NAVIGATION_PRELOAD_REQUEST)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Global events
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// These are events which are not grouped by source id, as they have no
// context.
// This event is emitted whenever NetworkChangeNotifier determines that an
// active network adapter's IP address has changed.
EVENT_TYPE(NETWORK_IP_ADDRESSES_CHANGED)
// This event is emitted whenever NetworkChangeNotifier determines that an
// active network adapter's connectivity status has changed.
// {
// "new_connection_type": <Type of the new connection>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(NETWORK_CONNECTIVITY_CHANGED)
// This event is emitted whenever NetworkChangeNotifier determines that a change
// occurs to the host computer's hardware or software that affects the route
// network packets take to any network server.
// {
// "new_connection_type": <Type of the new connection>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(NETWORK_CHANGED)
// This event is emitted whenever HostResolverImpl receives a new DnsConfig
// from the DnsConfigService.
// {
// "nameservers": <List of name server IPs>,
// "search": <List of domain suffixes>,
// "num_hosts": <Number of entries in the HOSTS file>,
// <other>: <See DnsConfig>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(DNS_CONFIG_CHANGED)
// This event is emitted whenever NetworkChangeNotifier determines that a
// network has connected and network-specific information is available
// (i.e. the NetworkChangeNotifier::NetworkHandle of the network is known).
// {
// "changed_network_handle": <Network handle>
// "changed_network_type": <Type of network>
// "default_active_network_handle": <Network handle of default network>
// "current_active_networks": <Mapping from network handle to network
// type, containing entries for all active
// networks.>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SPECIFIC_NETWORK_CONNECTED)
// This event is emitted whenever NetworkChangeNotifier determines that a
// network has disconnected and network-specific information is available
// (i.e. the NetworkChangeNotifier::NetworkHandle of the network is known).
// {
// "changed_network_handle": <Network handle>
// "changed_network_type": <Type of network>
// "default_active_network_handle": <Network handle of default network>
// "current_active_networks": <Mapping from network handle to network
// type, containing entries for all active
// networks.>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SPECIFIC_NETWORK_DISCONNECTED)
// This event is emitted whenever NetworkChangeNotifier determines that a
// network is soon to disconnect and network-specific information is available
// (i.e. the NetworkChangeNotifier::NetworkHandle of the network is known).
// {
// "changed_network_handle": <Network handle>
// "changed_network_type": <Type of network>
// "default_active_network_handle": <Network handle of default network>
// "current_active_networks": <Mapping from network handle to network
// type, containing entries for all active
// networks.>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SPECIFIC_NETWORK_SOON_TO_DISCONNECT)
// This event is emitted whenever NetworkChangeNotifier determines that a
// network has become the default and network-specific information is available
// (i.e. the NetworkChangeNotifier::NetworkHandle of the network is known).
// {
// "changed_network_handle": <Network handle>
// "changed_network_type": <Type of network>
// "default_active_network_handle": <Network handle of default network>
// "current_active_networks": <Mapping from network handle to network
// type, containing entries for all active
// networks.>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SPECIFIC_NETWORK_MADE_DEFAULT)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Exponential back-off throttling events
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Emitted when back-off is disabled for a given host, or the first time
// a localhost URL is used (back-off is always disabled for localhost).
// {
// "host": <The hostname back-off was disabled for>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(THROTTLING_DISABLED_FOR_HOST)
// Emitted when a request is denied due to exponential back-off throttling.
// {
// "url": <URL that was being requested>,
// "num_failures": <Failure count for the URL>,
// "release_after_ms": <Number of milliseconds until URL will be unblocked>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(THROTTLING_REJECTED_REQUEST)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// DnsTransaction
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The start/end of a DnsTransaction.
//
// The BEGIN phase contains the following parameters:
//
// {
// "hostname": <The hostname it is trying to resolve>,
// "query_type": <Type of the query>,
// }
//
// The END phase contains the following parameters:
//
// {
// "net_error": <The net error code for the failure, if any>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(DNS_TRANSACTION)
// The start/end of a DnsTransaction query for a fully-qualified domain name.
//
// The BEGIN phase contains the following parameters:
//
// {
// "qname": <The fully-qualified domain name it is trying to resolve>,
// }
//
// The END phase contains the following parameters:
//
// {
// "net_error": <The net error code for the failure, if any>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(DNS_TRANSACTION_QUERY)
// This event is created when DnsTransaction creates a new UDP socket and
// tries to resolve the fully-qualified name.
//
// It has a single parameter:
//
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source id of the UDP socket created for the
// attempt>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(DNS_TRANSACTION_ATTEMPT)
// This event is created when DnsTransaction creates a new TCP socket and
// tries to resolve the fully-qualified name.
//
// It has a single parameter:
//
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source id of the TCP socket created for the
// attempt>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(DNS_TRANSACTION_TCP_ATTEMPT)
// This event is created when DnsTransaction receives a matching response.
//
// It has the following parameters:
//
// {
// "rcode": <rcode in the received response>,
// "answer_count": <answer_count in the received response>,
// "source_dependency": <Source id of the UDP socket that received the
// response>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(DNS_TRANSACTION_RESPONSE)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// ChromeExtension
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// TODO(eroman): This is a layering violation. Fix this in the context
// of http://crbug.com/90674.
// This event is created when a Chrome extension aborts a request.
//
// {
// "extension_id": <Extension ID that caused the abortion>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(CHROME_EXTENSION_ABORTED_REQUEST)
// This event is created when a Chrome extension redirects a request.
//
// {
// "extension_id": <Extension ID that caused the redirection>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(CHROME_EXTENSION_REDIRECTED_REQUEST)
// This event is created when a Chrome extension modifies the headers of a
// request.
//
// {
// "extension_id": <Extension ID that caused the modification>,
// "modified_headers": [ "<header>: <value>", ... ],
// "deleted_headers": [ "<header>", ... ]
// }
EVENT_TYPE(CHROME_EXTENSION_MODIFIED_HEADERS)
// This event is created when a Chrome extension tried to modify a request
// but was ignored due to a conflict.
//
// {
// "extension_id": <Extension ID that was ignored>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(CHROME_EXTENSION_IGNORED_DUE_TO_CONFLICT)
// This event is created when a Chrome extension provides authentication
// credentials.
//
// {
// "extension_id": <Extension ID that provides credentials>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(CHROME_EXTENSION_PROVIDE_AUTH_CREDENTIALS)
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// CertVerifier
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------
// This event is created when we start a CertVerifier request.
EVENT_TYPE(CERT_VERIFIER_REQUEST)
// This event is created when we start a CertVerifier job.
// The BEGIN phase event parameters are:
// {
// "certificates": <A list of PEM encoded certificates, the first one
// being the certificate to verify and the remaining
// being intermediate certificates to assist path
// building. Only present when byte logging is enabled.>
// }
//
// The END phase event parameters are:
// {
// "cert_status": <Bitmask of CERT_STATUS_*
// from net/base/cert_status_flags.h>
// "has_md2": <True if a certificate in the certificate chain is signed with
// a MD2 signature.>
// "has_md4": <True if a certificate in the certificate chain is signed with
// a MD4 signature.>
// "has_md5": <True if a certificate in the certificate chain is signed with
// a MD5 signature.>
// "is_issued_by_additional_trust_anchor": <True if the root CA used for
// this verification came from the
// list of additional trust
// anchors.>
// "is_issued_by_known_root": <True if we recognise the root CA as a
// standard root. If it isn't then it's
// probably the case that this certificate
// was generated by a MITM proxy whose root
// has been installed locally. This is
// meaningless if the certificate was not
// trusted.>
// "public_key_hashes": <If the certificate was successfully verified then
// this contains the hashes, in several hash
// algorithms, of the SubjectPublicKeyInfos of the
// chain.>
// "verified_cert": <The certificate chain that was constructed
// during verification. Note that though the verified
// certificate will match the originally supplied
// certificate, the intermediate certificates stored
// within may be substantially different. In the event
// of a verification failure, this will contain the
// chain as supplied by the server. This may be NULL
// if running within the sandbox.>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(CERT_VERIFIER_JOB)
// This event is created when a CertVerifier request attaches to a job.
//
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the job we are bound to>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(CERT_VERIFIER_REQUEST_BOUND_TO_JOB)
// This event is created when a TrialComparisonCertVerifier starts a
// verification using the trial verifier.
//
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "trial_success": <True if the trial verification had the same result>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(TRIAL_CERT_VERIFIER_JOB)
// This event is created when a TrialComparisonCertVerifier begins a trial
// comparison job for a regular CertVerifier job.
//
// The event parameters are:
// {
// "source_dependency": <Source identifier for the trial comparison job
// that was started>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(TRIAL_CERT_VERIFIER_JOB_COMPARISON_STARTED)
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// FTP events.
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// This event is created when an FTP command is sent. It contains following
// parameters:
// {
// "command": <String - the command sent to remote server>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(FTP_COMMAND_SENT)
// This event is created when FTP control connection is made. It contains
// following parameters:
// {
// "source_dependency": <id of log for control connection socket>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(FTP_CONTROL_CONNECTION)
// This event is created when FTP data connection is made. It contains
// following parameters:
// {
// "source_dependency": <id of log for data connection socket>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(FTP_DATA_CONNECTION)
// This event is created when FTP control connection response is processed.
// It contains following parameters:
// {
// "lines": <list of strings - each representing a line of the response>
// "status_code": <numeric status code of the response>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(FTP_CONTROL_RESPONSE)
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Simple Cache events.
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// This event lasts the lifetime of a Simple Cache entry.
// It contains the following parameter:
// {
// "entry_hash": <hash of the entry, formatted as a hex string>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY)
// This event is created when the entry's key is set.
// It contains the following parameter:
// {
// "key": <key of the entry>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_SET_KEY)
// This event is created when OpenEntry is called. It has no parameters.
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_OPEN_CALL)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache actually begins opening the
// cache entry. It has no parameters.
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_OPEN_BEGIN)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache finishes the OpenEntry call.
// It contains the following parameter:
// {
// "net_error": <net error code returned from the call>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_OPEN_END)
// This event is created when CreateEntry is called. It has no parameters.
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_CREATE_CALL)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache optimistically returns a result
// from a CreateEntry call before it performs the create operation.
// It contains the following parameter:
// {
// "net_error": <net error code returned from the call>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_CREATE_OPTIMISTIC)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache actually begins creating the
// cache entry. It has no parameters.
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_CREATE_BEGIN)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache finishes the CreateEntry call.
// It contains the following parameter:
// {
// "net_error": <net error code returned from the call>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_CREATE_END)
// This event is created when ReadData is called.
// It contains the following parameters:
// {
// "index": <Index being read/written>,
// "offset": <Offset being read/written>,
// "buf_len": <Length of buffer being read to/written from>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_READ_CALL)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache actually begins reading data
// from the cache entry.
// It contains the following parameters:
// {
// "index": <Index being read/written>,
// "offset": <Offset being read/written>,
// "buf_len": <Length of buffer being read to/written from>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_READ_BEGIN)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache finishes a ReadData call.
// It contains the following parameters:
// {
// "bytes_copied": <Number of bytes copied. Not present on error>,
// "net_error": <Network error code. Only present on error>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_READ_END)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache begins to verify the checksum of
// cached data it has just read. It occurs before READ_END, and contains no
// parameters.
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_CHECKSUM_BEGIN)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache finishes verifying the checksum
// of cached data. It occurs after CHECKSUM_BEGIN but before READ_END, and
// contains one parameter:
// {
// "net_error": <net error code returned from the internal checksum call>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_CHECKSUM_END)
// This event is created when WriteData is called.
// It contains the following parameters:
// {
// "index": <Index being read/written>,
// "offset": <Offset being read/written>,
// "buf_len": <Length of buffer being read to/written from>,
// "truncate": <If present for a write, the truncate flag is set to true.
// Not present in reads or writes where it is false>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_WRITE_CALL)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache optimistically returns a result
// from a WriteData call before it performs the write operation.
// It contains the following parameters:
// {
// "bytes_copied": <Number of bytes copied. Not present on error>,
// "net_error": <Network error code. Only present on error>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_WRITE_OPTIMISTIC)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache actually begins writing data to
// the cache entry.
// It contains the following parameters:
// {
// "index": <Index being read/written>,
// "offset": <Offset being read/written>,
// "buf_len": <Length of buffer being read to/written from>,
// "truncate": <If present for a write, the truncate flag is set to true.
// Not present in reads or writes where it is false>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_WRITE_BEGIN)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache finishes a WriteData call.
// It contains the following parameters:
// {
// "bytes_copied": <Number of bytes copied. Not present on error>,
// "net_error": <Network error code. Only present on error>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_WRITE_END)
// This event is created when ReadSparseData is called.
// It contains the following parameters:
// {
// "offset": <Offset being read/written>,
// "buf_len": <Length of buffer being read to/written from>,
// "truncate": <If present for a write, the truncate flag is set to true.
// Not present in reads or writes where it is false>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_READ_SPARSE_CALL)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache actually begins reading sparse
// data from the cache entry.
// It contains the following parameters:
// {
// "offset": <Offset being read/written>,
// "buf_len": <Length of buffer being read to/written from>,
// "truncate": <If present for a write, the truncate flag is set to true.
// Not present in reads or writes where it is false>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_READ_SPARSE_BEGIN)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache finishes a ReadSparseData call.
// It contains the following parameters:
// {
// "bytes_copied": <Number of bytes copied. Not present on error>,
// "net_error": <Network error code. Only present on error>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_READ_SPARSE_END)
// This event is created when WriteSparseData is called.
// It contains the following parameters:
// {
// "offset": <Offset being read/written>,
// "buf_len": <Length of buffer being read to/written from>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_WRITE_SPARSE_CALL)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache actually begins writing sparse
// data to the cache entry.
// It contains the following parameters:
// {
// "offset": <Offset being read/written>,
// "buf_len": <Length of buffer being read to/written from>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_WRITE_SPARSE_BEGIN)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache finishes a WriteSparseData call.
// It contains the following parameters:
// {
// "bytes_copied": <Number of bytes copied. Not present on error>,
// "net_error": <Network error code. Only present on error>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_WRITE_SPARSE_END)
// This event is created when DoomEntry is called. It contains no parameters.
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_DOOM_CALL)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache actually starts dooming a cache
// entry. It contains no parameters.
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_DOOM_BEGIN)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache finishes dooming an entry.
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_DOOM_END)
// This event is created when CloseEntry is called. It contains no parameters.
// A Close call may not result in CLOSE_BEGIN and CLOSE_END if there are still
// more references to the entry remaining.
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_CLOSE_CALL)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache actually starts closing a cache
// entry. It contains no parameters.
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_CLOSE_BEGIN)
// This event is created when the Simple Cache finishes a CloseEntry call. It
// contains no parameters.
EVENT_TYPE(SIMPLE_CACHE_ENTRY_CLOSE_END)
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Data Reduction Proxy events.
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// This event is created when the data reduction proxy has been turned on or
// off. It always contains the parameter:
// {
// "enabled": <true if the proxy is enabled>
// }
//
// If it is enabled, it contains additional parameters:
// {
// "primary_restricted": <Whether the primary proxy is restricted or not>,
// "fallback_restricted": <Whether the fallback proxy is restricted or not>,
// "primary_origin": <The primary proxy origin address>,
// "fallback_origin": <The fallback proxy origin address>,
// "ssl_origin": <The SSL proxy origin address>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(DATA_REDUCTION_PROXY_ENABLED)
// The start/end of a canary request is sent to the data reduction proxy.
//
// The BEGIN phase contains the following parameters:
// {
// "url": <The URL of the canary endpoint>,
// }
//
// The END phase contains the following parameters:
// {
// "net_error": <The net_error of the completion of the canary request>,
// "http_response_code": <The HTTP response code of the canary request>,
// "check_succeeded": <Whether a secure Data Reduction Proxy can be used or
// not>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(DATA_REDUCTION_PROXY_CANARY_REQUEST)
// This event is created when a response to the canary request has been
// received with the following parameters:
// {
// "headers": <The list of header:value pairs>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(DATA_REDUCTION_PROXY_CANARY_RESPONSE_RECEIVED)
// This event is created when a bypass event takes place with the following
// parameters:
// {
// "action": <For DRP proxy sourced bypasses in the chrome-proxy header,
// the bypass type>,
// "bypass_type": <For non-DRP proxy sourced bypasses, the bypass type>,
// "url": <The origin URL of the remote endpoint which resulted in the
// bypass>,
// "bypass_duration_seconds": <The length of time to be in a bypass state>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(DATA_REDUCTION_PROXY_BYPASS_REQUESTED)
// This event is created when the data reduction proxy configuration changes
// (i.e. a switch between primary and fallback) with the following parameters:
// {
// "proxy_server": <The URL of the proxy server no longer being used>,
// "net_error": <The net_error encountered when using the proxy server; this
// can be 0 if the proxy server is explicitly skipped>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(DATA_REDUCTION_PROXY_FALLBACK)
// The start/end of a config request is sent to the Data Saver Config API
// service.
//
// The BEGIN phase contains the following parameters:
// {
// "url": <The URL of the service endpoint>,
// }
//
// The END phase contains the following parameters:
// {
// "net_error": <The net_error of the completion of the config request>,
// "http_response_code": <The HTTP response code of the config request>,
// "failure_count": <The number of consecutive config request failures>,
// "retry_delay_seconds": <The length of time after which another config
// request will be made>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(DATA_REDUCTION_PROXY_CONFIG_REQUEST)
// Marks start of UploadDataStream that is logged on initialization.
// The END phase contains the following parameters:
// {
// "net_error": <Result of the initialization step>,
// "total_size": <Shows total content length>,
// "is_chunked": <Shows whether data is chunked or not>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(UPLOAD_DATA_STREAM_INIT)
// The start/end of UploadDataStream::Read method.
//
// The BEGIN phase contains the following information:
// {
// "current_position": <Shows current read position>,
// }
//
// The END phase contains the following information:
// {
// "result": <Result of reading. Result > 0 is bytes read. Result == 0 means
// the end of file. Result < 0 means an error.>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(UPLOAD_DATA_STREAM_READ)
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// ResourceScheduler related events
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The ResourceScheduler has started a previously blocked request. Parameters:
// {
// "trigger": <Trigger for evaluation that caused request start>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(RESOURCE_SCHEDULER_REQUEST_STARTED)
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Network Quality Estimator related events
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// This event is emitted whenever NetworkQualityEstimator determines that the
// quality of the network has changed.
// parameters:
// {
// "http_rtt": <Current estimate of the HTTP RTT>,
// "transport_rtt": <Current estimate of the transport RTT>,
// "downstream_throughput": <Current estimate of the downstream throughput>,
// "effective_connection_type": <Current estimate of the effective connection
// type>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(NETWORK_QUALITY_CHANGED)
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Http Server Properties Manager related events
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// This event is emitted when HttpServerPropertiesManager initialization starts
// and finishes.
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_SERVER_PROPERTIES_INITIALIZATION)
// This event is emitted when HttpServerPropertiesManager is updating in-memory
// version of HttpServerProperties from the serialized version from perfs/disk.
// parameters:
// {
// "servers": <List of servers and their protocol usage information>,
// "supports_quic": <Local IP addresses that used QUIC>,
// "version": <The version number>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_SERVER_PROPERTIES_UPDATE_CACHE)
// This event is emitted when HttpServerPropertiesManager is persisting
// in-memory version of HttpServerProperties to prefs/disk.
// parameters:
// {
// "servers": <List of servers and their protocol usage information>,
// "supports_quic": <Local IP addresses that used QUIC>,
// "version": <The version number>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HTTP_SERVER_PROPERTIES_UPDATE_PREFS)
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// HostCachePersistenceManager related events
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The start/end of getting the persisted HostCache value and restoring it.
// The END phase contains the following parameters:
// {
// "success": <Whether the persisted HostCache was restored successfully>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_CACHE_PREF_READ)
// This event is created when the HostCachePersistenceManager writes the cache
// contents to prefs.
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_CACHE_PREF_WRITE)
// This event is created when the HostCachePersistenceManager starts the timer
// for writing a cache change to prefs.
EVENT_TYPE(HOST_CACHE_PERSISTENCE_START_TIMER)
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// DHCP-based WPAD (Windows)
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The start/end of running DHCP based WPAD.
//
// The start event contains no parameters, whereas the END event describes
// which of the "adapter fetchers" was used:
// {
// "fetcher_index": <Index of the fetcher that "won" the race, or -1 if no
// fetcher won>,
// "net_error": <The network error code for the overall result of DHCP
// based auto-discovery>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(WPAD_DHCP_WIN_FETCH)
// The start/end of getting the list of network adapters.
//
// The END event describes all the adapters that were enumerated, as well
// as how long it took to do the various thread-hops (from origin to worker
// thread, and then worker thread back to origin thread):
// {
// "adapters": <List describing each adapter (its name, flags, and
// status)>,
// "origin_to_worker_thread_hop_dt": <The time in milliseconds it took
// for the worker thread task to get
// scheduled>,
// "worker_to_origin_thread_hop_dt": <The time in milliseconds it took
// for the reply task from worker
// thread to get scheduled>,
// "worker_dt": <The time in milliseconds it took to enumerate network
// adapters on the worker thread>,
// "error": <The result code returned by iphlpapi!GetAdaptersAddresses>
// }
EVENT_TYPE(WPAD_DHCP_WIN_GET_ADAPTERS)
// This event logs when one of the "adapter fetchers" completed. (Fetchers
// may not complete in the order that they were started):
// {
// "fetcher_index": <Index of the fetcher that completed>,
// "net_error": <The network error code returned by the fetcher>,
// }
EVENT_TYPE(WPAD_DHCP_WIN_ON_FETCHER_DONE)
// This event is logged when a timer is started to timeout remaining
// adapter fetchers. The event has no parameters.
EVENT_TYPE(WPAD_DHCP_WIN_START_WAIT_TIMER)
// This event is emitted if the wait timer for remaining fetchers fires. It
// has no parameters.
EVENT_TYPE(WPAD_DHCP_WIN_ON_WAIT_TIMER)