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* Copyright 2015 gRPC authors.
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#include <grpc/support/port_platform.h>
#include <sys/socket.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <grpc/impl/codegen/grpc_types.h>
#include "src/core/lib/iomgr/error.h"
#include "src/core/lib/iomgr/resolve_address.h"
#include "src/core/lib/iomgr/socket_factory_posix.h"
#include "src/core/lib/iomgr/socket_mutator.h"
#define SO_ZEROCOPY 60
#endif /* ifdef GRPC_LINUX_ERRQUEUE */
/* a wrapper for accept or accept4 */
int grpc_accept4(int sockfd, grpc_resolved_address* resolved_addr, int nonblock,
int cloexec);
/* set a socket to use zerocopy */
grpc_error_handle grpc_set_socket_zerocopy(int fd);
/* set a socket to non blocking mode */
grpc_error_handle grpc_set_socket_nonblocking(int fd, int non_blocking);
/* set a socket to close on exec */
grpc_error_handle grpc_set_socket_cloexec(int fd, int close_on_exec);
/* set a socket to reuse old addresses */
grpc_error_handle grpc_set_socket_reuse_addr(int fd, int reuse);
/* return true if SO_REUSEPORT is supported */
bool grpc_is_socket_reuse_port_supported();
/* disable nagle */
grpc_error_handle grpc_set_socket_low_latency(int fd, int low_latency);
/* set SO_REUSEPORT */
grpc_error_handle grpc_set_socket_reuse_port(int fd, int reuse);
/* Configure the default values for TCP_USER_TIMEOUT */
void config_default_tcp_user_timeout(bool enable, int timeout, bool is_client);
grpc_error_handle grpc_set_socket_tcp_user_timeout(
int fd, const grpc_channel_args* channel_args, bool is_client);
/* Returns true if this system can create AF_INET6 sockets bound to ::1.
The value is probed once, and cached for the life of the process.
This is more restrictive than checking for socket(AF_INET6) to succeed,
because Linux with "net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6 = 1" is able to create
and bind IPv6 sockets, but cannot connect to a getsockname() of [::]:port
without a valid loopback interface. Rather than expose this half-broken
state to library users, we turn off IPv6 sockets. */
int grpc_ipv6_loopback_available(void);
/* Tries to set SO_NOSIGPIPE if available on this platform.
If SO_NO_SIGPIPE is not available, returns 1. */
grpc_error_handle grpc_set_socket_no_sigpipe_if_possible(int fd);
/* Tries to set IP_PKTINFO if available on this platform.
If IP_PKTINFO is not available, returns 1. */
grpc_error_handle grpc_set_socket_ip_pktinfo_if_possible(int fd);
/* Tries to set IPV6_RECVPKTINFO if available on this platform.
If IPV6_RECVPKTINFO is not available, returns 1. */
grpc_error_handle grpc_set_socket_ipv6_recvpktinfo_if_possible(int fd);
/* Tries to set the socket's send buffer to given size. */
grpc_error_handle grpc_set_socket_sndbuf(int fd, int buffer_size_bytes);
/* Tries to set the socket's receive buffer to given size. */
grpc_error_handle grpc_set_socket_rcvbuf(int fd, int buffer_size_bytes);
/* Tries to set the socket using a grpc_socket_mutator */
grpc_error_handle grpc_set_socket_with_mutator(int fd, grpc_fd_usage usage,
grpc_socket_mutator* mutator);
/* Extracts the first socket mutator from args if any and applies on the fd. */
grpc_error_handle grpc_apply_socket_mutator_in_args(
int fd, grpc_fd_usage usage, const grpc_channel_args* args);
/* An enum to keep track of IPv4/IPv6 socket modes.
Currently, this information is only used when a socket is first created, but
in the future we may wish to store it alongside the fd. This would let calls
like sendto() know which family to use without asking the kernel first. */
typedef enum grpc_dualstack_mode {
/* Uninitialized, or a non-IP socket. */
/* AF_INET only. */
/* AF_INET6 only, because IPV6_V6ONLY could not be cleared. */
/* AF_INET6, which also supports ::ffff-mapped IPv4 addresses. */
} grpc_dualstack_mode;
/* Only tests should use this flag. */
extern int grpc_forbid_dualstack_sockets_for_testing;
/* Tries to set the socket to dualstack. Returns 1 on success. */
int grpc_set_socket_dualstack(int fd);
/* Creates a new socket for connecting to (or listening on) an address.
If addr is AF_INET6, this creates an IPv6 socket first. If that fails,
and addr is within ::ffff:, then it automatically falls back to
an IPv4 socket.
If addr is AF_INET, AF_UNIX, or anything else, then this is similar to
calling socket() directly.
Returns an fd on success, otherwise returns -1 with errno set to the result
of a failed socket() call.
The *dsmode output indicates which address family was actually created.
The recommended way to use this is:
- First convert to IPv6 using grpc_sockaddr_to_v4mapped().
- Create the socket.
- If *dsmode is IPV4, use grpc_sockaddr_is_v4mapped() to convert back to
IPv4, so that bind() or connect() see the correct family.
Also, it's important to distinguish between DUALSTACK and IPV6 when
listening on the [::] wildcard address. */
grpc_error_handle grpc_create_dualstack_socket(
const grpc_resolved_address* addr, int type, int protocol,
grpc_dualstack_mode* dsmode, int* newfd);
/* Same as grpc_create_dualstack_socket(), but use the given socket factory (if
non-null) to create the socket, rather than calling socket() directly. */
grpc_error_handle grpc_create_dualstack_socket_using_factory(
grpc_socket_factory* factory, const grpc_resolved_address* addr, int type,
int protocol, grpc_dualstack_mode* dsmode, int* newfd);