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// Copyright 2014 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <errno.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <sys/ioctl.h>
#include <sys/select.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <string>
#include "dev_fs_for_testing.h"
#include "fake_ppapi/fake_messaging_interface.h"
#include "gtest/gtest.h"
#include "nacl_io/devfs/dev_fs.h"
#include "nacl_io/filesystem.h"
#include "nacl_io/ioctl.h"
#include "nacl_io/kernel_intercept.h"
#include "nacl_io/kernel_proxy.h"
#include "nacl_io/osdirent.h"
using namespace nacl_io;
namespace {
// Helper function for calling ki_ioctl without having
// to construct a va_list.
int ki_ioctl_wrapper(int fd, int request, ...) {
va_list ap;
va_start(ap, request);
int rtn = ki_ioctl(fd, request, ap);
return rtn;
// Helper function for converting PP_Var to C++ string
std::string VarToString(VarInterface* var_iface, PP_Var var) {
uint32_t len = 0;
const char* str = var_iface->VarToUtf8(var, &len);
return std::string(str, len);
PP_Var VarFromCStr(VarInterface* iface, const char* string) {
return iface->VarFromUtf8(string, strlen(string));
// Helper function for creating message in the format expected by jspipe
// nodes: [ name, payload ]
PP_Var CreatePipeMessage(PepperInterface* ppapi, const char* pipe,
const char* operation, PP_Var payload) {
VarInterface* var_iface = ppapi->GetVarInterface();
VarDictionaryInterface* dict_iface = ppapi->GetVarDictionaryInterface();
// Create a two element array containing the name of the message
// as the first element. Its up to the caller the then set the
// second array element.
PP_Var message = dict_iface->Create();
PP_Var pipe_var = VarFromCStr(var_iface, pipe);
PP_Var operation_var = VarFromCStr(var_iface, operation);
PP_Var pipe_key = VarFromCStr(var_iface, "pipe");
PP_Var payload_key = VarFromCStr(var_iface, "payload");
PP_Var operation_key = VarFromCStr(var_iface, "operation");
dict_iface->Set(message, pipe_key, pipe_var);
dict_iface->Set(message, operation_key, operation_var);
dict_iface->Set(message, payload_key, payload);
return message;
// Helper function for creating "ack" message in format expected
// by jspipe nodes.
PP_Var CreateAckMessage(PepperInterface* ppapi, const char* pipe,
int32_t count) {
return CreatePipeMessage(ppapi, pipe, "ack", PP_MakeInt32(count));
// Helper function for creating "write" message in format expected
// by jspipe nodes.
PP_Var CreateWriteMessage(PepperInterface* ppapi,
const char* pipe,
const char* string,
int length=-1) {
VarArrayBufferInterface* buffer_iface = ppapi->GetVarArrayBufferInterface();
if (length == -1)
length = strlen(string);
PP_Var buffer = buffer_iface->Create(length);
memcpy(buffer_iface->Map(buffer), string, length);
return CreatePipeMessage(ppapi, pipe, "write", buffer);
class JSPipeTest : public ::testing::Test {
void SetUp() {
ASSERT_EQ(0, ki_push_state_for_testing());
ASSERT_EQ(0, ki_init_interface(&kp_, &ppapi_));
void TearDown() {
FakePepperInterface ppapi_;
KernelProxy kp_;
class JSPipeNodeTest : public ::testing::Test {
JSPipeNodeTest() : fs_(&ppapi_) {}
void SetUp() {
name_ = "jspipe1";
ASSERT_EQ(0, fs_.Open(Path("/jspipe1"), O_RDWR, &pipe_dev_));
ASSERT_NE(NULL_NODE, pipe_dev_.get());
struct stat buf;
ASSERT_EQ(0, pipe_dev_->GetStat(&buf));
ASSERT_EQ(S_IRUSR | S_IWUSR, buf.st_mode & S_IRWXU);
* Create a PP_Var message in the same way that we expect
* JavaScript code to, and send it to the pipe using ioctl()
int JSPipeInject(const char* string, int length=-1) {
PP_Var message = CreateWriteMessage(&ppapi_, name_, string, length);
// Send the message via ioctl
int rtn = pipe_dev_->Ioctl(NACL_IOC_HANDLEMESSAGE, &message);
// Release message
return rtn;
int JSPipeInjectAck(int32_t count) {
PP_Var message = CreateAckMessage(&ppapi_, name_, count);
// Send the message via ioctl
int rtn = pipe_dev_->Ioctl(NACL_IOC_HANDLEMESSAGE, &message);
// Release message
return rtn;
// Verify the contents of the jspipe mesage, which should be
// {
// "pipe": '<pipe_name>',
// "operation": '<command_name>',
// "payload": payload
// }
void VerifyPipeMessage(PP_Var message,
const char* pipe_name,
const char* operation,
const char* payload,
int payload_length,
int32_t int_payload=0) {
VarArrayInterface* array_iface = ppapi_.GetVarArrayInterface();
VarDictionaryInterface* dict_iface = ppapi_.GetVarDictionaryInterface();
VarInterface* var_iface = ppapi_.GetVarInterface();
VarArrayBufferInterface* buffer_iface = ppapi_.GetVarArrayBufferInterface();
// Verify we have a dictionary with 3 keys
PP_Var keys = dict_iface->GetKeys(message);
ASSERT_EQ(3, array_iface->GetLength(keys));
// Verify the keys
PP_Var key1 = VarFromCStr(var_iface, "pipe");
PP_Var key2 = VarFromCStr(var_iface, "operation");
PP_Var key3 = VarFromCStr(var_iface, "payload");
// Verify pipe name and operation values
PP_Var value1 = dict_iface->Get(message, key1);
ASSERT_STREQ(pipe_name, VarToString(var_iface, value1).c_str());
PP_Var value2 = dict_iface->Get(message, key2);
ASSERT_STREQ(operation, VarToString(var_iface, value2).c_str());
// Verify the payload
PP_Var payload_var = dict_iface->Get(message, key3);
if (payload != NULL) {
ASSERT_EQ(0, memcmp(payload, buffer_iface->Map(payload_var),
} else {
ASSERT_EQ(PP_VARTYPE_INT32, payload_var.type);
ASSERT_EQ(int_payload, payload_var.value.as_int);
FakePepperInterface ppapi_;
DevFsForTesting fs_;
ScopedNode pipe_dev_;
const char* name_;
TEST(JSPipeTestBasic, MissingPepper) {
// Create a devfs filesystem without giving it any Pepper implemenation.
TypedFsFactory<DevFs> factory;
ScopedFilesystem fs;
FsInitArgs args(1);
factory.CreateFilesystem(args, &fs);
ScopedNode pipe_dev;
ASSERT_EQ(0, fs->Open(Path("/jspipe1"), O_RDWR, &pipe_dev));
// Writing to a pipe should return EIO because Pepper is missing.
HandleAttr attrs;
int written = -1;
ASSERT_EQ(EIO, pipe_dev->Write(attrs, "test", 4, &written));
TEST_F(JSPipeNodeTest, InvalidIoctl) {
// 123 is not a valid ioctl request.
EXPECT_EQ(EINVAL, pipe_dev_->Ioctl(123));
TEST_F(JSPipeNodeTest, JSPipeInput) {
std::string message("hello, how are you?\n");
// First we send some data into the pipe. This is how messages
// from javascript are injected into the pipe nodes.
ASSERT_EQ(0, JSPipeInject(message.c_str()));
// Now we make buffer we'll read into.
// We fill the buffer and a backup buffer with arbitrary data
// and compare them after reading to make sure read doesn't
// clobber parts of the buffer it shouldn't.
int bytes_read;
char buffer[100];
char backup_buffer[100];
memset(buffer, 'a', sizeof(buffer));
memset(backup_buffer, 'a', sizeof(backup_buffer));
// We read a small chunk first to ensure it doesn't give us
// more than we ask for.
HandleAttr attrs;
ASSERT_EQ(0, pipe_dev_->Read(attrs, buffer, 5, &bytes_read));
EXPECT_EQ(5, bytes_read);
EXPECT_EQ(0, memcmp(, buffer, 5));
EXPECT_EQ(0, memcmp(buffer + 5, backup_buffer + 5, sizeof(buffer)-5));
// Now we ask for more data than is left in the pipe, to ensure
// it doesn't give us more than there is.
ASSERT_EQ(0, pipe_dev_->Read(attrs, buffer + 5, sizeof(buffer)-5,
EXPECT_EQ(bytes_read, message.size() - 5);
EXPECT_EQ(0, memcmp(, buffer, message.size()));
EXPECT_EQ(0, memcmp(buffer + message.size(),
backup_buffer + message.size(),
100 - message.size()));
TEST_F(JSPipeNodeTest, JSPipeOutput) {
std::string message("hello");
int bytes_written = 999;
HandleAttr attrs;
ASSERT_EQ(0, pipe_dev_->Write(attrs, message.c_str(), message.size(),
ASSERT_EQ(message.size(), bytes_written);
FakeMessagingInterface* iface =
// Verify that exactly one message sent.
ASSERT_EQ(1, iface->messages.size());
PP_Var message_var = iface->messages[0];
// Verify the content of the message.
VerifyPipeMessage(message_var, "jspipe1", "write", message.c_str(),
TEST_F(JSPipeNodeTest, JSPipeOutputWithNulls) {
char message[20];
int message_len = sizeof(message);
// Construct a 20-byte message containing the string 'hello' but with
// null chars on either end.
memset(message, 0 , message_len);
memcpy(message+10, "hello", 5);
int bytes_written = 999;
HandleAttr attrs;
EXPECT_EQ(0, pipe_dev_->Write(attrs, message, message_len, &bytes_written));
EXPECT_EQ(message_len, bytes_written);
// Verify that the correct messages was sent via PostMessage.
FakeMessagingInterface* iface =
// Verify that exaclty one message sent.
ASSERT_EQ(1, iface->messages.size());
PP_Var message_var = iface->messages[0];
// Verify the content of the message.
VerifyPipeMessage(message_var, "jspipe1", "write", message, message_len);
#define CHUNK_SIZE 678
TEST_F(JSPipeNodeTest, JSPipeOutputBuffer) {
int ospace_orig = -1;
ASSERT_EQ(0, pipe_dev_->Ioctl(NACL_IOC_PIPE_GETOSPACE, &ospace_orig));
ASSERT_GT(ospace_orig, 0);
HandleAttr attrs;
attrs.flags = O_NONBLOCK;
char* message = (char*)malloc(CHUNK_SIZE);
// Keep writing data until we block.
int total_written = 0;
while (1) {
int bytes_written;
// Write some data
int rtn = pipe_dev_->Write(attrs, message, CHUNK_SIZE, &bytes_written);
if (rtn != 0) {
int ospace = -1;
ASSERT_EQ(0, pipe_dev_->Ioctl(NACL_IOC_PIPE_GETOSPACE, &ospace));
ASSERT_EQ(0, ospace);
ASSERT_EQ(total_written, ospace_orig);
total_written += bytes_written;
// At this point writes should always block
int bytes_written;
int rtn = pipe_dev_->Write(attrs, message, CHUNK_SIZE, &bytes_written);
// Now inject and ACK message from JavaScript.
ASSERT_EQ(0, JSPipeInjectAck(10));
// Now it should be possible to write 10 bytes to the pipe.
rtn = pipe_dev_->Write(attrs, message, CHUNK_SIZE, &bytes_written);
ASSERT_EQ(0, rtn);
ASSERT_EQ(10, bytes_written);
TEST_F(JSPipeNodeTest, JSPipeInputBuffer) {
char* message = (char*)malloc(CHUNK_SIZE);
memset(message, 1, CHUNK_SIZE);
int ispace_orig = -1;
ASSERT_EQ(0, pipe_dev_->Ioctl(NACL_IOC_PIPE_GETISPACE, &ispace_orig));
// Keep injecting data until the ioctl fails
int total_written = 0;
while (1) {
int rtn = JSPipeInject(message, CHUNK_SIZE);
if (rtn != 0) {
ASSERT_LT(total_written, ispace_orig);
ASSERT_GT(total_written, ispace_orig - CHUNK_SIZE - 1);
total_written += CHUNK_SIZE;
int ispace = -1;
ASSERT_EQ(0, pipe_dev_->Ioctl(NACL_IOC_PIPE_GETISPACE, &ispace));
ASSERT_EQ(0, ispace);
// Check that no messages have thus far been sent to JavaScript
FakeMessagingInterface* iface =
ASSERT_EQ(0, iface->messages.size());
// Read some data from the pipe, which should trigger an ack message
int bytes_read = -1;
HandleAttr attrs;
ASSERT_EQ(0, pipe_dev_->Read(attrs, message, 5, &bytes_read));
ASSERT_EQ(5, bytes_read);
// Verify that an ack was sent to JavaScript
ASSERT_EQ(1, iface->messages.size());
PP_Var message_var = iface->messages[0];
VerifyPipeMessage(message_var, "jspipe1", "ack", NULL, 0, 5);
// Returns:
// 0 -> Not readable
// 1 -> Readable
// -1 -> Error occured
int IsReadable(int fd) {
struct timeval timeout = {0, 0};
fd_set readfds;
fd_set errorfds;
FD_SET(fd, &readfds);
FD_SET(fd, &errorfds);
int rtn = ki_select(fd + 1, &readfds, NULL, &errorfds, &timeout);
if (rtn == 0)
return 0; // not readable
if (rtn != 1)
return -1; // error
if (FD_ISSET(fd, &errorfds))
return -2; // error
if (!FD_ISSET(fd, &readfds))
return -3; // error
return 1; // readable
TEST_F(JSPipeTest, JSPipeSelect) {
struct timeval timeout;
fd_set readfds;
fd_set writefds;
fd_set errorfds;
int pipe_fd = ki_open("/dev/jspipe1", O_RDONLY, 0);
ASSERT_GT(pipe_fd, 0) << "jspipe1 open failed: " << errno;
FD_SET(pipe_fd, &readfds);
FD_SET(pipe_fd, &errorfds);
// 10 millisecond timeout
timeout.tv_sec = 0;
timeout.tv_usec = 10 * 1000;
// Should timeout when no input is available.
int rtn = ki_select(pipe_fd + 1, &readfds, NULL, &errorfds, &timeout);
ASSERT_EQ(0, rtn) << "select failed: " << rtn << " err=" << strerror(errno);
ASSERT_FALSE(FD_ISSET(pipe_fd, &readfds));
ASSERT_FALSE(FD_ISSET(pipe_fd, &errorfds));
FD_SET(pipe_fd, &readfds);
FD_SET(pipe_fd, &writefds);
FD_SET(pipe_fd, &errorfds);
// Pipe should be writable on startup.
rtn = ki_select(pipe_fd + 1, &readfds, &writefds, &errorfds, NULL);
ASSERT_EQ(1, rtn);
ASSERT_TRUE(FD_ISSET(pipe_fd, &writefds));
ASSERT_FALSE(FD_ISSET(pipe_fd, &readfds));
ASSERT_FALSE(FD_ISSET(pipe_fd, &errorfds));
// Send 4 bytes to the pipe via ioctl
PP_Var message = CreateWriteMessage(&ppapi_, "jspipe1", "test");
ASSERT_EQ(0, ki_ioctl_wrapper(pipe_fd, NACL_IOC_HANDLEMESSAGE, &message));
// Pipe should now be readable
ASSERT_EQ(1, IsReadable(pipe_fd));