author Patrick McManus <>
Wed, 11 Apr 2012 13:11:09 -0400
changeset 91452 69e021051aa5cba60022da60a3a96aa5ffcb7ba2
parent 91246 dc8f2d891d8fbb9789ff5311dcb4fb1e75b75ef2
child 92418 c773ee0f0245aa84b7fe12b95d6664c2ba27888e
child 106116 0e6d579045c8200b5433098f418a3c1ebbf64a1b
permissions -rw-r--r--
bug 738812 timer serviced after thread exit nsHttpConnectionMgr::ReadTimeoutTick r=honzab

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#ifndef nsHttpConnectionMgr_h__
#define nsHttpConnectionMgr_h__

#include "nsHttpConnectionInfo.h"
#include "nsHttpConnection.h"
#include "nsHttpTransaction.h"
#include "nsTArray.h"
#include "nsThreadUtils.h"
#include "nsClassHashtable.h"
#include "nsDataHashtable.h"
#include "nsAutoPtr.h"
#include "mozilla/ReentrantMonitor.h"
#include "nsISocketTransportService.h"
#include "mozilla/TimeStamp.h"

#include "nsIObserver.h"
#include "nsITimer.h"
#include "nsIX509Cert3.h"

class nsHttpPipeline;


class nsHttpConnectionMgr : public nsIObserver

    // parameter names
    enum nsParamName {

    // NOTE: functions below may only be called on the main thread.


    nsresult Init(PRUint16 maxConnections,
                  PRUint16 maxConnectionsPerHost,
                  PRUint16 maxConnectionsPerProxy,
                  PRUint16 maxPersistentConnectionsPerHost,
                  PRUint16 maxPersistentConnectionsPerProxy,
                  PRUint16 maxRequestDelay,
                  PRUint16 maxPipelinedRequests,
                  PRUint16 maxOptimisticPipelinedRequests);
    nsresult Shutdown();

    // NOTE: functions below may be called on any thread.

    // Schedules next pruning of dead connection to happen after
    // given time.
    void PruneDeadConnectionsAfter(PRUint32 time);

    // Stops timer scheduled for next pruning of dead connections if
    // there are no more idle connections or active spdy ones
    void ConditionallyStopPruneDeadConnectionsTimer();

    // Stops timer used for the read timeout tick if there are no currently
    // active connections.
    void ConditionallyStopReadTimeoutTick();

    // adds a transaction to the list of managed transactions.
    nsresult AddTransaction(nsHttpTransaction *, PRInt32 priority);

    // called to reschedule the given transaction.  it must already have been
    // added to the connection manager via AddTransaction.
    nsresult RescheduleTransaction(nsHttpTransaction *, PRInt32 priority);

    // cancels a transaction w/ the given reason.
    nsresult CancelTransaction(nsHttpTransaction *, nsresult reason);

    // called to force the connection manager to prune its list of idle
    // connections.
    nsresult PruneDeadConnections();

    // Close all idle persistent connections and prevent any active connections
    // from being reused.
    nsresult ClosePersistentConnections();

    // called to get a reference to the socket transport service.  the socket
    // transport service is not available when the connection manager is down.
    nsresult GetSocketThreadTarget(nsIEventTarget **);

    // called when a connection is done processing a transaction.  if the 
    // connection can be reused then it will be added to the idle list, else
    // it will be closed.
    nsresult ReclaimConnection(nsHttpConnection *conn);

    // called to update a parameter after the connection manager has already
    // been initialized.
    nsresult UpdateParam(nsParamName name, PRUint16 value);

    // Lookup/Cancel HTTP->SPDY redirections
    bool GetSpdyAlternateProtocol(nsACString &key);
    void ReportSpdyAlternateProtocol(nsHttpConnection *);
    void RemoveSpdyAlternateProtocol(nsACString &key);

    // Pipielining Interfaces and Datatypes

    const static PRUint32 kPipelineInfoTypeMask = 0xffff0000;
    const static PRUint32 kPipelineInfoIDMask   = ~kPipelineInfoTypeMask;

    const static PRUint32 kPipelineInfoTypeRed     = 0x00010000;
    const static PRUint32 kPipelineInfoTypeBad     = 0x00020000;
    const static PRUint32 kPipelineInfoTypeNeutral = 0x00040000;
    const static PRUint32 kPipelineInfoTypeGood    = 0x00080000;

    enum PipelineFeedbackInfoType
        // Used when an HTTP response less than 1.1 is received
        RedVersionTooLow = kPipelineInfoTypeRed | kPipelineInfoTypeBad | 0x0001,

        // Used when a HTTP Server response header that is on the banned from
        // pipelining list is received
        RedBannedServer = kPipelineInfoTypeRed | kPipelineInfoTypeBad | 0x0002,
        // Used when a response is terminated early, when it fails an
        // integrity check such as assoc-req or when a 304 contained a Last-Modified
        // differnet than the entry being validated.
        RedCorruptedContent = kPipelineInfoTypeRed | kPipelineInfoTypeBad | 0x0004,

        // Used when a pipeline is only partly satisfied - for instance if the
        // server closed the connection after responding to the first
        // request but left some requests unprocessed.
        RedCanceledPipeline = kPipelineInfoTypeRed | kPipelineInfoTypeBad | 0x0005,

        // Used when a connection that we expected to stay persistently open
        // was closed by the server. Not used when simply timed out.
        BadExplicitClose = kPipelineInfoTypeBad | 0x0003,

        // Used when there is a gap of around 400 - 1200ms in between data being
        // read from the server
        BadSlowReadMinor = kPipelineInfoTypeBad | 0x0006,

        // Used when there is a gap of > 1200ms in between data being
        // read from the server
        BadSlowReadMajor = kPipelineInfoTypeBad | 0x0007,

        // Used when a response is received that is not framed with either chunked
        // encoding or a complete content length.
        BadInsufficientFraming = kPipelineInfoTypeBad | 0x0008,
        // Used when a very large response is recevied in a potential pipelining
        // context. Large responses cause head of line blocking.
        BadUnexpectedLarge = kPipelineInfoTypeBad | 0x000B,

        // Used when a response is received that has headers that appear to support
        // pipelining.
        NeutralExpectedOK = kPipelineInfoTypeNeutral | 0x0009,

        // Used when a response is received successfully to a pipelined request.
        GoodCompletedOK = kPipelineInfoTypeGood | 0x000A
    // called to provide information relevant to the pipelining manager
    // may be called from any thread
    void     PipelineFeedbackInfo(nsHttpConnectionInfo *,
                                  PipelineFeedbackInfoType info,
                                  nsHttpConnection *,

    void ReportFailedToProcess(nsIURI *uri);

    // NOTE: functions below may be called only on the socket thread.

    // called to force the transaction queue to be processed once more, giving
    // preference to the specified connection.
    nsresult ProcessPendingQ(nsHttpConnectionInfo *);
    bool     ProcessPendingQForEntry(nsHttpConnectionInfo *);

    // This is used to force an idle connection to be closed and removed from
    // the idle connection list. It is called when the idle connection detects
    // that the network peer has closed the transport.
    nsresult CloseIdleConnection(nsHttpConnection *);

    // The connection manager needs to know when a normal HTTP connection has been
    // upgraded to SPDY because the dispatch and idle semantics are a little
    // bit different.
    void ReportSpdyConnection(nsHttpConnection *, bool usingSpdy);

    bool     SupportsPipelining(nsHttpConnectionInfo *);

    virtual ~nsHttpConnectionMgr();

    enum PipeliningState {
        // Host has proven itself pipeline capable through past experience and
        // large pipeline depths are allowed on multiple connections.

        // Not enough information is available yet with this host to be certain
        // of pipeline capability. Small pipelines on a single connection are
        // allowed in order to decide whether or not to proceed to green.

        // One or more bad events has happened that indicate that pipelining
        // to this host (or a particular type of transaction with this host)
        // is a bad idea. Pipelining is not currently allowed, but time and
        // other positive experiences will eventually allow it to try again.
    class nsHalfOpenSocket;

    // nsConnectionEntry
    // mCT maps connection info hash key to nsConnectionEntry object, which
    // contains list of active and idle connections as well as the list of
    // pending transactions.
    class nsConnectionEntry
        nsConnectionEntry(nsHttpConnectionInfo *ci);

        nsHttpConnectionInfo        *mConnInfo;
        nsTArray<nsHttpTransaction*> mPendingQ;    // pending transaction queue
        nsTArray<nsHttpConnection*>  mActiveConns; // active connections
        nsTArray<nsHttpConnection*>  mIdleConns;   // idle persistent connections
        nsTArray<nsHalfOpenSocket*>  mHalfOpens;

        // Pipeline depths for various states
        const static PRUint32 kPipelineUnlimited  = 1024; // fully open - extended green
        const static PRUint32 kPipelineOpen       = 6;    // 6 on each conn - normal green
        const static PRUint32 kPipelineRestricted = 2;    // 2 on just 1 conn in yellow
        nsHttpConnectionMgr::PipeliningState PipelineState();
        void OnPipelineFeedbackInfo(
            nsHttpConnectionMgr::PipelineFeedbackInfoType info,
            nsHttpConnection *, PRUint32);
        bool SupportsPipelining();
        PRUint32 MaxPipelineDepth(nsAHttpTransaction::Classifier classification);
        void CreditPenalty();

        nsHttpConnectionMgr::PipeliningState mPipelineState;

        void SetYellowConnection(nsHttpConnection *);
        void OnYellowComplete();
        PRUint32                  mYellowGoodEvents;
        PRUint32                  mYellowBadEvents;
        nsHttpConnection         *mYellowConnection;

        // initialGreenDepth is the max depth of a pipeline when you first
        // transition to green. Normally this is kPipelineOpen, but it can
        // be kPipelineUnlimited in aggressive mode.
        PRUint32                  mInitialGreenDepth;

        // greenDepth is the current max allowed depth of a pipeline when
        // in the green state. Normally this starts as kPipelineOpen and
        // grows to kPipelineUnlimited after a pipeline of depth 3 has been
        // successfully transacted.
        PRUint32                  mGreenDepth;

        // pipeliningPenalty is the current amount of penalty points this host
        // entry has earned for participating in events that are not conducive
        // to good pipelines - such as head of line blocking, canceled pipelines,
        // etc.. penalties are paid back either through elapsed time or simply
        // healthy transactions. Having penalty points means that this host is
        // not currently eligible for pipelines.
        PRInt16                   mPipeliningPenalty;

        // some penalty points only apply to particular classifications of
        // transactions - this allows a server that perhaps has head of line
        // blocking problems on CGI queries to still serve JS pipelined.
        PRInt16                   mPipeliningClassPenalty[nsAHttpTransaction::CLASS_MAX];

        // for calculating penalty repair credits
        mozilla::TimeStamp        mLastCreditTime;

        // Spdy sometimes resolves the address in the socket manager in order
        // to re-coalesce sharded HTTP hosts. The dotted decimal address is
        // combined with the Anonymous flag from the connection information
        // to build the hash key for hosts in the same ip pool.
        // When a set of hosts are coalesced together one of them is marked
        // mSpdyPreferred. The mapping is maintained in the connection mananger
        // mSpdyPreferred hash.
        nsCString mCoalescingKey;

        // To have the UsingSpdy flag means some host with the same connection
        // entry has done NPN=spdy/2 at some point. It does not mean every
        // connection is currently using spdy.
        bool mUsingSpdy;

        // mTestedSpdy is set after NPN negotiation has occurred and we know
        // with confidence whether a host speaks spdy or not (which is reflected
        // in mUsingSpdy). Before mTestedSpdy is set, handshake parallelism is
        // minimized so that we can multiplex on a single spdy connection.
        bool mTestedSpdy;

        bool mSpdyPreferred;

    // nsConnectionHandle
    // thin wrapper around a real connection, used to keep track of references
    // to the connection to determine when the connection may be reused.  the
    // transaction (or pipeline) owns a reference to this handle.  this extra
    // layer of indirection greatly simplifies consumer code, avoiding the
    // need for consumer code to know when to give the connection back to the
    // connection manager.
    class nsConnectionHandle : public nsAHttpConnection

        nsConnectionHandle(nsHttpConnection *conn) { NS_ADDREF(mConn = conn); }
        virtual ~nsConnectionHandle();

        nsHttpConnection *mConn;

    // nsHalfOpenSocket is used to hold the state of an opening TCP socket
    // while we wait for it to establish and bind it to a connection

    class nsHalfOpenSocket : public nsIOutputStreamCallback,
                             public nsITransportEventSink,
                             public nsIInterfaceRequestor,
                             public nsITimerCallback

        nsHalfOpenSocket(nsConnectionEntry *ent,
                         nsHttpTransaction *trans);
        nsresult SetupStreams(nsISocketTransport **,
                              nsIAsyncInputStream **,
                              nsIAsyncOutputStream **,
                              bool isBackup);
        nsresult SetupPrimaryStreams();
        nsresult SetupBackupStreams();
        void     SetupBackupTimer();
        void     CancelBackupTimer();
        void     Abandon();
        nsHttpTransaction *Transaction() { return mTransaction; }

        nsConnectionEntry              *mEnt;
        nsRefPtr<nsHttpTransaction>    mTransaction;
        nsCOMPtr<nsISocketTransport>   mSocketTransport;
        nsCOMPtr<nsIAsyncOutputStream> mStreamOut;
        nsCOMPtr<nsIAsyncInputStream>  mStreamIn;

        mozilla::TimeStamp             mPrimarySynStarted;
        mozilla::TimeStamp             mBackupSynStarted;

        // for syn retry
        nsCOMPtr<nsITimer>             mSynTimer;
        nsCOMPtr<nsISocketTransport>   mBackupTransport;
        nsCOMPtr<nsIAsyncOutputStream> mBackupStreamOut;
        nsCOMPtr<nsIAsyncInputStream>  mBackupStreamIn;
    friend class nsHalfOpenSocket;

    // NOTE: these members may be accessed from any thread (use mReentrantMonitor)

    PRInt32                      mRef;
    mozilla::ReentrantMonitor    mReentrantMonitor;
    nsCOMPtr<nsIEventTarget>     mSocketThreadTarget;

    // connection limits
    PRUint16 mMaxConns;
    PRUint16 mMaxConnsPerHost;
    PRUint16 mMaxConnsPerProxy;
    PRUint16 mMaxPersistConnsPerHost;
    PRUint16 mMaxPersistConnsPerProxy;
    PRUint16 mMaxRequestDelay; // in seconds
    PRUint16 mMaxPipelinedRequests;
    PRUint16 mMaxOptimisticPipelinedRequests;
    bool mIsShuttingDown;

    // NOTE: these members are only accessed on the socket transport thread

    static PLDHashOperator ProcessOneTransactionCB(const nsACString &, nsAutoPtr<nsConnectionEntry> &, void *);

    static PLDHashOperator PruneDeadConnectionsCB(const nsACString &, nsAutoPtr<nsConnectionEntry> &, void *);
    static PLDHashOperator ShutdownPassCB(const nsACString &, nsAutoPtr<nsConnectionEntry> &, void *);
    static PLDHashOperator PurgeExcessIdleConnectionsCB(const nsACString &, nsAutoPtr<nsConnectionEntry> &, void *);
    static PLDHashOperator ClosePersistentConnectionsCB(const nsACString &, nsAutoPtr<nsConnectionEntry> &, void *);
    bool     ProcessPendingQForEntry(nsConnectionEntry *);
    bool     IsUnderPressure(nsConnectionEntry *ent,
                             nsHttpTransaction::Classifier classification);
    bool     AtActiveConnectionLimit(nsConnectionEntry *, PRUint8 caps);
    nsresult TryDispatchTransaction(nsConnectionEntry *ent,
                                    bool onlyReusedConnection,
                                    nsHttpTransaction *trans);
    nsresult DispatchTransaction(nsConnectionEntry *,
                                 nsHttpTransaction *,
                                 nsHttpConnection *);
    nsresult BuildPipeline(nsConnectionEntry *,
                           nsAHttpTransaction *,
                           nsHttpPipeline **);
    nsresult ProcessNewTransaction(nsHttpTransaction *);
    nsresult EnsureSocketThreadTargetIfOnline();
    void     ClosePersistentConnections(nsConnectionEntry *ent);
    nsresult CreateTransport(nsConnectionEntry *, nsHttpTransaction *);
    void     AddActiveConn(nsHttpConnection *, nsConnectionEntry *);
    void     StartedConnect();
    void     RecvdConnect();

    bool     MakeNewConnection(nsConnectionEntry *ent,
                               nsHttpTransaction *trans);
    bool     AddToShortestPipeline(nsConnectionEntry *ent,
                                   nsHttpTransaction *trans,
                                   nsHttpTransaction::Classifier classification,
                                   PRUint16 depthLimit);

    // Manage the preferred spdy connection entry for this address
    nsConnectionEntry *GetSpdyPreferredEnt(nsConnectionEntry *aOriginalEntry);
    void               RemoveSpdyPreferredEnt(nsACString &aDottedDecimal);
    nsHttpConnection  *GetSpdyPreferredConn(nsConnectionEntry *ent);
    nsDataHashtable<nsCStringHashKey, nsConnectionEntry *>   mSpdyPreferredHash;
    nsConnectionEntry *LookupConnectionEntry(nsHttpConnectionInfo *ci,
                                             nsHttpConnection *conn,
                                             nsHttpTransaction *trans);

    void               ProcessSpdyPendingQ(nsConnectionEntry *ent);
    void               ProcessAllSpdyPendingQ();
    static PLDHashOperator ProcessSpdyPendingQCB(
        const nsACString &key, nsAutoPtr<nsConnectionEntry> &ent,
        void *closure);

    // message handlers have this signature
    typedef void (nsHttpConnectionMgr:: *nsConnEventHandler)(PRInt32, void *);

    // nsConnEvent
    // subclass of nsRunnable used to marshall events to the socket transport
    // thread.  this class is used to implement PostEvent.
    class nsConnEvent;
    friend class nsConnEvent;
    class nsConnEvent : public nsRunnable
        nsConnEvent(nsHttpConnectionMgr *mgr,
                    nsConnEventHandler handler,
                    PRInt32 iparam,
                    void *vparam)
            : mMgr(mgr)
            , mHandler(handler)
            , mIParam(iparam)
            , mVParam(vparam)

        NS_IMETHOD Run()
            (mMgr->*mHandler)(mIParam, mVParam);
            return NS_OK;

        virtual ~nsConnEvent()

        nsHttpConnectionMgr *mMgr;
        nsConnEventHandler   mHandler;
        PRInt32              mIParam;
        void                *mVParam;

    nsresult PostEvent(nsConnEventHandler  handler,
                       PRInt32             iparam = 0,
                       void               *vparam = nsnull);

    // message handlers
    void OnMsgShutdown             (PRInt32, void *);
    void OnMsgNewTransaction       (PRInt32, void *);
    void OnMsgReschedTransaction   (PRInt32, void *);
    void OnMsgCancelTransaction    (PRInt32, void *);
    void OnMsgProcessPendingQ      (PRInt32, void *);
    void OnMsgPruneDeadConnections (PRInt32, void *);
    void OnMsgReclaimConnection    (PRInt32, void *);
    void OnMsgUpdateParam          (PRInt32, void *);
    void OnMsgClosePersistentConnections (PRInt32, void *);
    void OnMsgProcessFeedback      (PRInt32, void *);

    // Total number of active connections in all of the ConnectionEntry objects
    // that are accessed from mCT connection table.
    PRUint16 mNumActiveConns;
    // Total number of idle connections in all of the ConnectionEntry objects
    // that are accessed from mCT connection table.
    PRUint16 mNumIdleConns;

    // Holds time in seconds for next wake-up to prune dead connections. 
    PRUint64 mTimeOfNextWakeUp;
    // Timer for next pruning of dead connections.
    nsCOMPtr<nsITimer> mTimer;

    // A 1s tick to call nsHttpConnection::ReadTimeoutTick on
    // active http/1 connections. Disabled when there are no
    // active connections.
    nsCOMPtr<nsITimer> mReadTimeoutTick;
    bool mReadTimeoutTickArmed;

    // the connection table
    // this table is indexed by connection key.  each entry is a
    // nsConnectionEntry object.
    nsClassHashtable<nsCStringHashKey, nsConnectionEntry> mCT;

    // mAlternateProtocolHash is used only for spdy/2 upgrades for now
    // protected by the monitor
    nsTHashtable<nsCStringHashKey> mAlternateProtocolHash;
    static PLDHashOperator TrimAlternateProtocolHash(nsCStringHashKey *entry,
                                                     void *closure);
    // Read Timeout Tick handlers
    void ActivateTimeoutTick();
    void ReadTimeoutTick();
    static PLDHashOperator ReadTimeoutTickCB(const nsACString &key,
                                             nsAutoPtr<nsConnectionEntry> &ent,
                                             void *closure);

#endif // !nsHttpConnectionMgr_h__