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// Copyright 2016 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.
#ifndef NET_NQE_NETWORK_QUALITY_ESTIMATOR_PARAMS_H_
#define NET_NQE_NETWORK_QUALITY_ESTIMATOR_PARAMS_H_
#include <map>
#include <string>
#include "base/sequence_checker.h"
#include "base/time/time.h"
#include "net/base/net_export.h"
#include "net/base/network_change_notifier.h"
#include "net/nqe/effective_connection_type.h"
#include "net/nqe/network_quality.h"
#include "third_party/abseil-cpp/absl/types/optional.h"
namespace net {
// Forces NQE to return a specific effective connection type. Set using the
// |params| provided to the NetworkQualityEstimatorParams constructor.
NET_EXPORT extern const char kForceEffectiveConnectionType[];
NET_EXPORT extern const char kEffectiveConnectionTypeSlow2GOnCellular[];
// HTTP RTT thresholds for different effective connection types.
NET_EXPORT extern const base::TimeDelta
kHttpRttEffectiveConnectionTypeThresholds[EFFECTIVE_CONNECTION_TYPE_LAST];
// NetworkQualityEstimatorParams computes the configuration parameters for
// the network quality estimator.
class NET_EXPORT NetworkQualityEstimatorParams {
public:
// |params| is the map containing all field trial parameters related to
// NetworkQualityEstimator field trial.
explicit NetworkQualityEstimatorParams(
const std::map<std::string, std::string>& params);
NetworkQualityEstimatorParams(const NetworkQualityEstimatorParams&) = delete;
NetworkQualityEstimatorParams& operator=(
const NetworkQualityEstimatorParams&) = delete;
~NetworkQualityEstimatorParams();
// Returns the default observation for connection |type|. The default
// observations are different for different connection types (e.g., 2G, 3G,
// 4G, WiFi). The default observations may be used to determine the network
// quality in absence of any other information.
const nqe::internal::NetworkQuality& DefaultObservation(
NetworkChangeNotifier::ConnectionType type) const;
// Returns the typical network quality for connection |type|.
const nqe::internal::NetworkQuality& TypicalNetworkQuality(
EffectiveConnectionType type) const;
// Returns the threshold for effective connection type |type|.
const nqe::internal::NetworkQuality& ConnectionThreshold(
EffectiveConnectionType type) const;
// Returns the minimum number of requests in-flight to consider the network
// fully utilized. A throughput observation is taken only when the network is
// considered as fully utilized.
size_t throughput_min_requests_in_flight() const;
// Tiny transfer sizes may give inaccurate throughput results.
// Minimum size of the transfer over which the throughput is computed.
int64_t GetThroughputMinTransferSizeBits() const;
// Returns the weight multiplier per second, which represents the factor by
// which the weight of an observation reduces every second.
double weight_multiplier_per_second() const {
return weight_multiplier_per_second_;
}
// Returns an unset value if the effective connection type has not been forced
// via the |params| provided to this class. Otherwise, returns a value set to
// the effective connection type that has been forced. Forced ECT can be
// forced based on |connection_type| (e.g. Slow-2G on cellular, and default on
// other connection type).
absl::optional<EffectiveConnectionType> GetForcedEffectiveConnectionType(
NetworkChangeNotifier::ConnectionType connection_type);
void SetForcedEffectiveConnectionType(
EffectiveConnectionType forced_effective_connection_type) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_SEQUENCE(sequence_checker_);
forced_effective_connection_type_ = forced_effective_connection_type;
}
// Returns true if reading from the persistent cache is enabled.
bool persistent_cache_reading_enabled() const {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_SEQUENCE(sequence_checker_);
return persistent_cache_reading_enabled_;
}
void set_persistent_cache_reading_enabled(
bool persistent_cache_reading_enabled) {
DCHECK_CALLED_ON_VALID_SEQUENCE(sequence_checker_);
persistent_cache_reading_enabled_ = persistent_cache_reading_enabled;
}
// Returns the the minimum interval betweeen consecutive notifications to a
// single socket watcher.
base::TimeDelta min_socket_watcher_notification_interval() const {
return min_socket_watcher_notification_interval_;
}
// Number of bytes received during a throughput observation window of duration
// 1 HTTP RTT should be at least the value returned by this method times
// the typical size of a congestion window. If not, the throughput observation
// window is heuristically determined as hanging.
double throughput_hanging_requests_cwnd_size_multiplier() const {
return throughput_hanging_requests_cwnd_size_multiplier_;
}
// Returns the multiplier by which the transport RTT should be multipled when
// computing the HTTP RTT. The multiplied value of the transport RTT serves
// as a lower bound to the HTTP RTT estimate. e.g., if the multiplied
// transport RTT is 100 msec., then HTTP RTT estimate can't be lower than
// 100 msec. Returns a negative value if the param is not set.
double lower_bound_http_rtt_transport_rtt_multiplier() const {
return lower_bound_http_rtt_transport_rtt_multiplier_;
}
// Returns the multiplier by which the end to end RTT estimate should be
// multiplied when computing the HTTP RTT. The multiplied value of the
// end to end RTT serves as an upper bound to the HTTP RTT estimate. e.g., if
// the multiplied end to end RTT is 100 msec., then HTTP RTT estimate can't be
// more than |upper_bound_http_rtt_endtoend_rtt_multiplier| times 100 msec.
// Returns a negative value if the param is not set.
double upper_bound_http_rtt_endtoend_rtt_multiplier() const {
return upper_bound_http_rtt_endtoend_rtt_multiplier_;
}
// For the purpose of estimating the HTTP RTT, a request is marked as hanging
// only if its RTT is at least this times the transport RTT estimate.
int hanging_request_http_rtt_upper_bound_transport_rtt_multiplier() const {
return hanging_request_http_rtt_upper_bound_transport_rtt_multiplier_;
}
// For the purpose of estimating the HTTP RTT, a request is marked as hanging
// only if its RTT is at least this times the HTTP RTT estimate.
int hanging_request_http_rtt_upper_bound_http_rtt_multiplier() const {
return hanging_request_http_rtt_upper_bound_http_rtt_multiplier_;
}
// For the purpose of estimating the HTTP RTT, a request is marked as hanging
// only if its RTT is at least as much the value returned by this method.
base::TimeDelta hanging_request_upper_bound_min_http_rtt() const {
return hanging_request_upper_bound_min_http_rtt_;
}
// Returns the number of transport RTT observations that should be available
// before the transport RTT estimate can be used to clamp the HTTP RTT
// estimate. Set to 5 by default which ensures that when the transport RTT
// is available only from the connection type, it is not used for computing
// the HTTP RTT estimate.
size_t http_rtt_transport_rtt_min_count() const {
return http_rtt_transport_rtt_min_count_;
}
// Returns the minimum interval between successive computations of the
// increase in transport RTT.
base::TimeDelta increase_in_transport_rtt_logging_interval() const {
return increase_in_transport_rtt_logging_interval_;
}
// The maximum age of RTT observations for them to be considered recent for
// the computation of the increase in RTT.
base::TimeDelta recent_time_threshold() const {
return recent_time_threshold_;
}
// The maximum age of observations for them to be considered useful for
// calculating the minimum transport RTT from the historical data.
base::TimeDelta historical_time_threshold() const {
return historical_time_threshold_;
}
// Determines if the responses smaller than |kMinTransferSizeInBytes|
// or shorter than |kMinTransferSizeInBytes| can be used in estimating the
// network quality. Set to true only for tests.
bool use_small_responses() const;
// Returns the typical HTTP RTT that maps to the given
// |effective_connection_type|. May return invalid value if
// |effective_connection_type| is less than Slow2G or faster than 4G,
static base::TimeDelta GetDefaultTypicalHttpRtt(
EffectiveConnectionType effective_connection_type);
// Returns the typical downslink throughput (in kbps) that maps to the given
// |effective_connection_type|. May return invalid value if
// |effective_connection_type| is less than Slow2G or faster than 4G,
static int32_t GetDefaultTypicalDownlinkKbps(
EffectiveConnectionType effective_connection_type);
// |use_small_responses| should only be true when testing.
// Allows the responses smaller than |kMinTransferSizeInBits| to be used for
// network quality estimation.
void SetUseSmallResponsesForTesting(bool use_small_responses);
// If an in-flight request does not receive any data for a duration longer
// than the value of this multiplier times the current HTTP RTT estimate, then
// the request should be considered as hanging. If this multiplier has a
// negative or a zero value, then none of the request should be considered as
// hanging.
int hanging_request_duration_http_rtt_multiplier() const {
return hanging_request_duration_http_rtt_multiplier_;
}
// An in-flight request may be marked as hanging only if it does not receive
// any data for at least this duration.
base::TimeDelta hanging_request_min_duration() const {
return hanging_request_min_duration_;
}
// Returns true if default values provided by the platform should be used for
// estimation. Set to false only for testing.
bool add_default_platform_observations() const {
return add_default_platform_observations_;
}
// Number of observations received after which the effective connection type
// should be recomputed.
size_t count_new_observations_received_compute_ect() const { return 50; }
// Maximum number of observations that can be held in a single
// ObservationBuffer.
size_t observation_buffer_size() const { return 300; }
// Minimun interval between consecutive notifications from socket
// watchers who live on the same thread as the network quality estimator.
base::TimeDelta socket_watchers_min_notification_interval() const {
return socket_watchers_min_notification_interval_;
}
// Returns true if end-to-end RTT estimates can be used for computing network
// quality estimate.
bool use_end_to_end_rtt() const { return use_end_to_end_rtt_; }
// Returns a multiplier which is used to clamp Kbps on slow connections. For
// a given ECT, the upper bound on Kbps is computed based on this returned
// multiplier and the typical Kbps for the given ECT. If
// upper_bound_typical_kbps_multiplier() is -1, then clamping should be
// disabled.
double upper_bound_typical_kbps_multiplier() const {
return upper_bound_typical_kbps_multiplier_;
}
// Returns true if RTTs should be adjusted based on RTT counts.
// If there are not enough transport RTT samples, end-to-end RTT samples and
// the cached estimates are unavailble/too stale, then the computed value of
// HTTP RTT can't be trusted due to hanging GETs. In that case, NQE returns
// the typical HTTP RTT for a fast connection if
// adjust_rtt_based_on_rtt_counts() returns true.
bool adjust_rtt_based_on_rtt_counts() const {
return adjust_rtt_based_on_rtt_counts_;
}
// Sets the forced effective connection type as |type|.
void SetForcedEffectiveConnectionTypeForTesting(EffectiveConnectionType type);
private:
// Map containing all field trial parameters related to
// NetworkQualityEstimator field trial.
const std::map<std::string, std::string> params_;
const size_t throughput_min_requests_in_flight_;
const int throughput_min_transfer_size_kilobytes_;
const double throughput_hanging_requests_cwnd_size_multiplier_;
const double weight_multiplier_per_second_;
absl::optional<EffectiveConnectionType> forced_effective_connection_type_;
const bool forced_effective_connection_type_on_cellular_only_;
bool persistent_cache_reading_enabled_;
const base::TimeDelta min_socket_watcher_notification_interval_;
const double lower_bound_http_rtt_transport_rtt_multiplier_;
const double upper_bound_http_rtt_endtoend_rtt_multiplier_;
const int hanging_request_http_rtt_upper_bound_transport_rtt_multiplier_;
const int hanging_request_http_rtt_upper_bound_http_rtt_multiplier_;
const base::TimeDelta hanging_request_upper_bound_min_http_rtt_;
const size_t http_rtt_transport_rtt_min_count_;
const base::TimeDelta increase_in_transport_rtt_logging_interval_;
const base::TimeDelta recent_time_threshold_;
const base::TimeDelta historical_time_threshold_;
const int hanging_request_duration_http_rtt_multiplier_;
const base::TimeDelta hanging_request_min_duration_;
const bool add_default_platform_observations_;
const base::TimeDelta socket_watchers_min_notification_interval_;
const bool use_end_to_end_rtt_;
const double upper_bound_typical_kbps_multiplier_;
const bool adjust_rtt_based_on_rtt_counts_;
bool use_small_responses_;
// Default network quality observations obtained from |params_|.
nqe::internal::NetworkQuality
default_observations_[NetworkChangeNotifier::CONNECTION_LAST + 1];
// Typical network quality for different effective connection types obtained
// from |params_|.
nqe::internal::NetworkQuality typical_network_quality_
[EffectiveConnectionType::EFFECTIVE_CONNECTION_TYPE_LAST];
// Thresholds for different effective connection types obtained from
// |params_|. These thresholds encode how different connection types behave
// in general.
nqe::internal::NetworkQuality connection_thresholds_
[EffectiveConnectionType::EFFECTIVE_CONNECTION_TYPE_LAST];
SEQUENCE_CHECKER(sequence_checker_);
};
} // namespace net
#endif // NET_NQE_NETWORK_QUALITY_ESTIMATOR_PARAMS_H_