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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.
#include "net/spdy/spdy_framer.h"
#include "base/lazy_instance.h"
#include "base/memory/scoped_ptr.h"
#include "base/metrics/stats_counters.h"
#include "base/third_party/valgrind/memcheck.h"
#include "net/spdy/spdy_frame_builder.h"
#include "net/spdy/spdy_frame_reader.h"
#include "net/spdy/spdy_bitmasks.h"
#include "third_party/zlib/zlib.h"
using base::StringPiece;
using std::string;
using std::vector;
namespace net {
namespace {
// Compute the id of our dictionary so that we know we're using the
// right one when asked for it.
uLong CalculateDictionaryId(const char* dictionary,
const size_t dictionary_size) {
uLong initial_value = adler32(0L, Z_NULL, 0);
return adler32(initial_value,
reinterpret_cast<const Bytef*>(dictionary),
dictionary_size);
}
struct DictionaryIds {
DictionaryIds()
: v2_dictionary_id(CalculateDictionaryId(kV2Dictionary, kV2DictionarySize)),
v3_dictionary_id(CalculateDictionaryId(kV3Dictionary, kV3DictionarySize))
{}
const uLong v2_dictionary_id;
const uLong v3_dictionary_id;
};
// Adler ID for the SPDY header compressor dictionaries. Note that they are
// initialized lazily to avoid static initializers.
base::LazyInstance<DictionaryIds>::Leaky g_dictionary_ids;
// Used to indicate no flags in a SPDY flags field.
const uint8 kNoFlags = 0;
// Wire sizes of priority payloads.
const size_t kPriorityDependencyPayloadSize = 4;
const size_t kPriorityWeightPayloadSize = 1;
} // namespace
const SpdyStreamId SpdyFramer::kInvalidStream = -1;
const size_t SpdyFramer::kHeaderDataChunkMaxSize = 1024;
// largest control frame, which is SYN_STREAM. See GetSynStreamMinimumSize() for
// calculation details.
const size_t SpdyFramer::kControlFrameBufferSize = 18;
#ifdef DEBUG_SPDY_STATE_CHANGES
#define CHANGE_STATE(newstate) \
do { \
DVLOG(1) << "Changing state from: " \
<< StateToString(state_) \
<< " to " << StateToString(newstate) << "\n"; \
DCHECK(state_ != SPDY_ERROR); \
DCHECK_EQ(previous_state_, state_); \
previous_state_ = state_; \
state_ = newstate; \
} while (false)
#else
#define CHANGE_STATE(newstate) \
do { \
DCHECK(state_ != SPDY_ERROR); \
DCHECK_EQ(previous_state_, state_); \
previous_state_ = state_; \
state_ = newstate; \
} while (false)
#endif
SettingsFlagsAndId SettingsFlagsAndId::FromWireFormat(
SpdyMajorVersion version, uint32 wire) {
if (version < SPDY3) {
ConvertFlagsAndIdForSpdy2(&wire);
}
return SettingsFlagsAndId(ntohl(wire) >> 24, ntohl(wire) & 0x00ffffff);
}
SettingsFlagsAndId::SettingsFlagsAndId(uint8 flags, uint32 id)
: flags_(flags), id_(id & 0x00ffffff) {
LOG_IF(DFATAL, id > (1u << 24)) << "SPDY setting ID too large: " << id;
}
uint32 SettingsFlagsAndId::GetWireFormat(SpdyMajorVersion version)
const {
uint32 wire = htonl(id_ & 0x00ffffff) | htonl(flags_ << 24);
if (version < SPDY3) {
ConvertFlagsAndIdForSpdy2(&wire);
}
return wire;
}
// SPDY 2 had a bug in it with respect to byte ordering of id/flags field.
// This method is used to preserve buggy behavior and works on both
// little-endian and big-endian hosts.
// This method is also bidirectional (can be used to translate SPDY 2 to SPDY 3
// as well as vice versa).
void SettingsFlagsAndId::ConvertFlagsAndIdForSpdy2(uint32* val) {
uint8* wire_array = reinterpret_cast<uint8*>(val);
std::swap(wire_array[0], wire_array[3]);
std::swap(wire_array[1], wire_array[2]);
}
SpdyAltSvcScratch::SpdyAltSvcScratch() { Reset(); }
SpdyAltSvcScratch::~SpdyAltSvcScratch() {}
bool SpdyFramerVisitorInterface::OnGoAwayFrameData(const char* goaway_data,
size_t len) {
return true;
}
bool SpdyFramerVisitorInterface::OnRstStreamFrameData(
const char* rst_stream_data,
size_t len) {
return true;
}
SpdyFramer::SpdyFramer(SpdyMajorVersion version)
: current_frame_buffer_(new char[kControlFrameBufferSize]),
enable_compression_(true),
visitor_(NULL),
debug_visitor_(NULL),
display_protocol_("SPDY"),
spdy_version_(version),
syn_frame_processed_(false),
probable_http_response_(false),
expect_continuation_(0),
end_stream_when_done_(false) {
DCHECK_GE(spdy_version_, SPDY_MIN_VERSION);
DCHECK_LE(spdy_version_, SPDY_MAX_VERSION);
Reset();
}
SpdyFramer::~SpdyFramer() {
if (header_compressor_.get()) {
deflateEnd(header_compressor_.get());
}
if (header_decompressor_.get()) {
inflateEnd(header_decompressor_.get());
}
}
void SpdyFramer::Reset() {
state_ = SPDY_RESET;
previous_state_ = SPDY_RESET;
error_code_ = SPDY_NO_ERROR;
remaining_data_length_ = 0;
remaining_control_header_ = 0;
current_frame_buffer_length_ = 0;
current_frame_type_ = DATA;
current_frame_flags_ = 0;
current_frame_length_ = 0;
current_frame_stream_id_ = kInvalidStream;
settings_scratch_.Reset();
altsvc_scratch_.Reset();
remaining_padding_payload_length_ = 0;
remaining_padding_length_fields_ = 0;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetDataFrameMinimumSize() const {
return SpdyConstants::GetDataFrameMinimumSize();
}
// Size, in bytes, of the control frame header.
size_t SpdyFramer::GetControlFrameHeaderSize() const {
return SpdyConstants::GetControlFrameHeaderSize(protocol_version());
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetSynStreamMinimumSize() const {
// Size, in bytes, of a SYN_STREAM frame not including the variable-length
// name-value block.
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
// Calculated as:
// control frame header + 2 * 4 (stream IDs) + 1 (priority)
// + 1 (unused, was credential slot)
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize() + 10;
} else {
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize() +
kPriorityDependencyPayloadSize +
kPriorityWeightPayloadSize;
}
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetSynReplyMinimumSize() const {
// Size, in bytes, of a SYN_REPLY frame not including the variable-length
// name-value block.
size_t size = GetControlFrameHeaderSize();
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
// Calculated as:
// control frame header + 4 (stream IDs)
size += 4;
}
// In SPDY 2, there were 2 unused bytes before payload.
if (protocol_version() < SPDY3) {
size += 2;
}
return size;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetRstStreamMinimumSize() const {
// Size, in bytes, of a RST_STREAM frame.
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
// Calculated as:
// control frame header + 4 (stream id) + 4 (status code)
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize() + 8;
} else {
// Calculated as:
// frame prefix + 4 (status code)
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize() + 4;
}
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetSettingsMinimumSize() const {
// Size, in bytes, of a SETTINGS frame not including the IDs and values
// from the variable-length value block. Calculated as:
// control frame header + 4 (number of ID/value pairs)
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize() + 4;
} else {
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize();
}
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetPingSize() const {
// Size, in bytes, of this PING frame.
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
// Calculated as:
// control frame header + 4 (id)
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize() + 4;
} else {
// Calculated as:
// control frame header + 8 (id)
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize() + 8;
}
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetGoAwayMinimumSize() const {
// Size, in bytes, of this GOAWAY frame. Calculated as:
// 1. Control frame header size
size_t size = GetControlFrameHeaderSize();
// 2. Last good stream id (4 bytes)
size += 4;
// 3. SPDY 3+ GOAWAY frames also contain a status (4 bytes)
if (protocol_version() >= SPDY3) {
size += 4;
}
return size;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetHeadersMinimumSize() const {
// Size, in bytes, of a HEADERS frame not including the variable-length
// name-value block.
size_t size = GetControlFrameHeaderSize();
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
// Calculated as:
// control frame header + 4 (stream IDs)
size += 4;
}
// In SPDY 2, there were 2 unused bytes before payload.
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY2) {
size += 2;
}
return size;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetWindowUpdateSize() const {
// Size, in bytes, of a WINDOW_UPDATE frame.
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
// Calculated as:
// control frame header + 4 (stream id) + 4 (delta)
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize() + 8;
} else {
// Calculated as:
// frame prefix + 4 (delta)
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize() + 4;
}
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetBlockedSize() const {
DCHECK_LT(SPDY3, protocol_version());
// Size, in bytes, of a BLOCKED frame.
// The BLOCKED frame has no payload beyond the control frame header.
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize();
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetPushPromiseMinimumSize() const {
DCHECK_LT(SPDY3, protocol_version());
// Size, in bytes, of a PUSH_PROMISE frame, sans the embedded header block.
// Calculated as frame prefix + 4 (promised stream id).
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize() + 4;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetContinuationMinimumSize() const {
// Size, in bytes, of a CONTINUATION frame not including the variable-length
// headers fragments.
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize();
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetAltSvcMinimumSize() const {
// Size, in bytes, of an ALTSVC frame not including the Protocol-ID, Host, and
// (optional) Origin fields, all of which can vary in length.
// Note that this gives a lower bound on the frame size rather than a true
// minimum; the actual frame should always be larger than this.
// Calculated as frame prefix + 4 (max-age) + 2 (port) + 1 (reserved byte)
// + 1 (pid_len) + 1 (host_len).
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize() + 9;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetPrioritySize() const {
// Size, in bytes, of a PRIORITY frame.
return GetControlFrameHeaderSize() +
kPriorityDependencyPayloadSize +
kPriorityWeightPayloadSize;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetFrameMinimumSize() const {
return std::min(GetDataFrameMinimumSize(), GetControlFrameHeaderSize());
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetFrameMaximumSize() const {
return SpdyConstants::GetFrameMaximumSize(protocol_version());
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetDataFrameMaximumPayload() const {
return GetFrameMaximumSize() - GetDataFrameMinimumSize();
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetPrefixLength(SpdyFrameType type) const {
return SpdyConstants::GetPrefixLength(type, protocol_version());
}
const char* SpdyFramer::StateToString(int state) {
switch (state) {
case SPDY_ERROR:
return "ERROR";
case SPDY_AUTO_RESET:
return "AUTO_RESET";
case SPDY_RESET:
return "RESET";
case SPDY_READING_COMMON_HEADER:
return "READING_COMMON_HEADER";
case SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_PAYLOAD:
return "CONTROL_FRAME_PAYLOAD";
case SPDY_READ_PADDING_LENGTH:
return "SPDY_READ_PADDING_LENGTH";
case SPDY_CONSUME_PADDING:
return "SPDY_CONSUME_PADDING";
case SPDY_IGNORE_REMAINING_PAYLOAD:
return "IGNORE_REMAINING_PAYLOAD";
case SPDY_FORWARD_STREAM_FRAME:
return "FORWARD_STREAM_FRAME";
case SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_BEFORE_HEADER_BLOCK:
return "SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_BEFORE_HEADER_BLOCK";
case SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_HEADER_BLOCK:
return "SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_HEADER_BLOCK";
case SPDY_GOAWAY_FRAME_PAYLOAD:
return "SPDY_GOAWAY_FRAME_PAYLOAD";
case SPDY_RST_STREAM_FRAME_PAYLOAD:
return "SPDY_RST_STREAM_FRAME_PAYLOAD";
case SPDY_SETTINGS_FRAME_PAYLOAD:
return "SPDY_SETTINGS_FRAME_PAYLOAD";
case SPDY_ALTSVC_FRAME_PAYLOAD:
return "SPDY_ALTSVC_FRAME_PAYLOAD";
}
return "UNKNOWN_STATE";
}
void SpdyFramer::set_error(SpdyError error) {
DCHECK(visitor_);
error_code_ = error;
// These values will usually get reset once we come to the end
// of a header block, but if we run into an error that
// might not happen, so reset them here.
expect_continuation_ = 0;
end_stream_when_done_ = false;
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_ERROR);
visitor_->OnError(this);
}
const char* SpdyFramer::ErrorCodeToString(int error_code) {
switch (error_code) {
case SPDY_NO_ERROR:
return "NO_ERROR";
case SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME:
return "INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME";
case SPDY_CONTROL_PAYLOAD_TOO_LARGE:
return "CONTROL_PAYLOAD_TOO_LARGE";
case SPDY_ZLIB_INIT_FAILURE:
return "ZLIB_INIT_FAILURE";
case SPDY_UNSUPPORTED_VERSION:
return "UNSUPPORTED_VERSION";
case SPDY_DECOMPRESS_FAILURE:
return "DECOMPRESS_FAILURE";
case SPDY_COMPRESS_FAILURE:
return "COMPRESS_FAILURE";
case SPDY_INVALID_DATA_FRAME_FLAGS:
return "SPDY_INVALID_DATA_FRAME_FLAGS";
case SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS:
return "SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS";
case SPDY_UNEXPECTED_FRAME:
return "UNEXPECTED_FRAME";
}
return "UNKNOWN_ERROR";
}
const char* SpdyFramer::StatusCodeToString(int status_code) {
switch (status_code) {
case RST_STREAM_INVALID:
return "INVALID";
case RST_STREAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR:
return "PROTOCOL_ERROR";
case RST_STREAM_INVALID_STREAM:
return "INVALID_STREAM";
case RST_STREAM_REFUSED_STREAM:
return "REFUSED_STREAM";
case RST_STREAM_UNSUPPORTED_VERSION:
return "UNSUPPORTED_VERSION";
case RST_STREAM_CANCEL:
return "CANCEL";
case RST_STREAM_INTERNAL_ERROR:
return "INTERNAL_ERROR";
case RST_STREAM_FLOW_CONTROL_ERROR:
return "FLOW_CONTROL_ERROR";
case RST_STREAM_STREAM_IN_USE:
return "STREAM_IN_USE";
case RST_STREAM_STREAM_ALREADY_CLOSED:
return "STREAM_ALREADY_CLOSED";
case RST_STREAM_INVALID_CREDENTIALS:
return "INVALID_CREDENTIALS";
case RST_STREAM_FRAME_TOO_LARGE:
return "FRAME_TOO_LARGE";
case RST_STREAM_CONNECT_ERROR:
return "CONNECT_ERROR";
case RST_STREAM_ENHANCE_YOUR_CALM:
return "ENHANCE_YOUR_CALM";
}
return "UNKNOWN_STATUS";
}
const char* SpdyFramer::FrameTypeToString(SpdyFrameType type) {
switch (type) {
case DATA:
return "DATA";
case SYN_STREAM:
return "SYN_STREAM";
case SYN_REPLY:
return "SYN_REPLY";
case RST_STREAM:
return "RST_STREAM";
case SETTINGS:
return "SETTINGS";
case NOOP:
return "NOOP";
case PING:
return "PING";
case GOAWAY:
return "GOAWAY";
case HEADERS:
return "HEADERS";
case WINDOW_UPDATE:
return "WINDOW_UPDATE";
case CREDENTIAL:
return "CREDENTIAL";
case BLOCKED:
return "BLOCKED";
case PUSH_PROMISE:
return "PUSH_PROMISE";
case CONTINUATION:
return "CONTINUATION";
case ALTSVC:
return "ALTSVC";
case PRIORITY:
return "PRIORITY";
}
return "UNKNOWN_CONTROL_TYPE";
}
size_t SpdyFramer::ProcessInput(const char* data, size_t len) {
DCHECK(visitor_);
DCHECK(data);
size_t original_len = len;
do {
previous_state_ = state_;
switch (state_) {
case SPDY_ERROR:
goto bottom;
case SPDY_AUTO_RESET:
case SPDY_RESET:
Reset();
if (len > 0) {
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_READING_COMMON_HEADER);
}
break;
case SPDY_READING_COMMON_HEADER: {
size_t bytes_read = ProcessCommonHeader(data, len);
len -= bytes_read;
data += bytes_read;
break;
}
case SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_BEFORE_HEADER_BLOCK: {
// Control frames that contain header blocks
// (SYN_STREAM, SYN_REPLY, HEADERS, PUSH_PROMISE, CONTINUATION)
// take a different path through the state machine - they
// will go:
// 1. SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_BEFORE_HEADER_BLOCK
// 2. SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_HEADER_BLOCK
//
// SETTINGS frames take a slightly modified route:
// 1. SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_BEFORE_HEADER_BLOCK
// 2. SPDY_SETTINGS_FRAME_PAYLOAD
//
// All other control frames will use the alternate route directly to
// SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_PAYLOAD
int bytes_read = ProcessControlFrameBeforeHeaderBlock(data, len);
len -= bytes_read;
data += bytes_read;
break;
}
case SPDY_SETTINGS_FRAME_PAYLOAD: {
int bytes_read = ProcessSettingsFramePayload(data, len);
len -= bytes_read;
data += bytes_read;
break;
}
case SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_HEADER_BLOCK: {
int bytes_read = ProcessControlFrameHeaderBlock(
data, len, protocol_version() > SPDY3);
len -= bytes_read;
data += bytes_read;
break;
}
case SPDY_RST_STREAM_FRAME_PAYLOAD: {
size_t bytes_read = ProcessRstStreamFramePayload(data, len);
len -= bytes_read;
data += bytes_read;
break;
}
case SPDY_GOAWAY_FRAME_PAYLOAD: {
size_t bytes_read = ProcessGoAwayFramePayload(data, len);
len -= bytes_read;
data += bytes_read;
break;
}
case SPDY_ALTSVC_FRAME_PAYLOAD: {
size_t bytes_read = ProcessAltSvcFramePayload(data, len);
len -= bytes_read;
data += bytes_read;
break;
}
case SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_PAYLOAD: {
size_t bytes_read = ProcessControlFramePayload(data, len);
len -= bytes_read;
data += bytes_read;
break;
}
case SPDY_READ_PADDING_LENGTH: {
size_t bytes_read = ProcessFramePaddingLength(data, len);
len -= bytes_read;
data += bytes_read;
break;
}
case SPDY_CONSUME_PADDING: {
size_t bytes_read = ProcessFramePadding(data, len);
len -= bytes_read;
data += bytes_read;
break;
}
case SPDY_IGNORE_REMAINING_PAYLOAD: {
size_t bytes_read = ProcessIgnoredControlFramePayload(/*data,*/ len);
len -= bytes_read;
data += bytes_read;
break;
}
case SPDY_FORWARD_STREAM_FRAME: {
size_t bytes_read = ProcessDataFramePayload(data, len);
len -= bytes_read;
data += bytes_read;
break;
}
default:
LOG(DFATAL) << "Invalid value for " << display_protocol_
<< " framer state: " << state_;
// This ensures that we don't infinite-loop if state_ gets an
// invalid value somehow, such as due to a SpdyFramer getting deleted
// from a callback it calls.
goto bottom;
}
} while (state_ != previous_state_);
bottom:
DCHECK(len == 0 || state_ == SPDY_ERROR);
if (current_frame_buffer_length_ == 0 &&
remaining_data_length_ == 0 &&
remaining_control_header_ == 0) {
DCHECK(state_ == SPDY_RESET || state_ == SPDY_ERROR)
<< "State: " << StateToString(state_);
}
return original_len - len;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::ProcessCommonHeader(const char* data, size_t len) {
// This should only be called when we're in the SPDY_READING_COMMON_HEADER
// state.
DCHECK_EQ(state_, SPDY_READING_COMMON_HEADER);
size_t original_len = len;
// Update current frame buffer as needed.
if (current_frame_buffer_length_ < GetControlFrameHeaderSize()) {
size_t bytes_desired =
GetControlFrameHeaderSize() - current_frame_buffer_length_;
UpdateCurrentFrameBuffer(&data, &len, bytes_desired);
}
if (current_frame_buffer_length_ < GetControlFrameHeaderSize()) {
// Not enough information to do anything meaningful.
return original_len - len;
}
// Using a scoped_ptr here since we may need to create a new SpdyFrameReader
// when processing DATA frames below.
scoped_ptr<SpdyFrameReader> reader(
new SpdyFrameReader(current_frame_buffer_.get(),
current_frame_buffer_length_));
uint16 version = 0;
bool is_control_frame = false;
uint16 control_frame_type_field = DATA;
// ProcessControlFrameHeader() will set current_frame_type_ to the
// correct value if this is a valid control frame.
current_frame_type_ = DATA;
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
bool successful_read = reader->ReadUInt16(&version);
DCHECK(successful_read);
is_control_frame = (version & kControlFlagMask) != 0;
version &= ~kControlFlagMask; // Only valid for control frames.
if (is_control_frame) {
// We check version before we check validity: version can never be
// 'invalid', it can only be unsupported.
if (version < SpdyConstants::SerializeMajorVersion(SPDY_MIN_VERSION) ||
version > SpdyConstants::SerializeMajorVersion(SPDY_MAX_VERSION) ||
SpdyConstants::ParseMajorVersion(version) != protocol_version()) {
// Version does not match the version the framer was initialized with.
DVLOG(1) << "Unsupported SPDY version "
<< version
<< " (expected " << protocol_version() << ")";
set_error(SPDY_UNSUPPORTED_VERSION);
return 0;
} else {
// Convert version from wire format to SpdyMajorVersion.
version = SpdyConstants::ParseMajorVersion(version);
}
// We check control_frame_type_field's validity in
// ProcessControlFrameHeader().
successful_read = reader->ReadUInt16(&control_frame_type_field);
} else {
reader->Rewind();
successful_read = reader->ReadUInt31(&current_frame_stream_id_);
}
DCHECK(successful_read);
successful_read = reader->ReadUInt8(&current_frame_flags_);
DCHECK(successful_read);
uint32 length_field = 0;
successful_read = reader->ReadUInt24(&length_field);
DCHECK(successful_read);
remaining_data_length_ = length_field;
current_frame_length_ = remaining_data_length_ + reader->GetBytesConsumed();
} else {
version = protocol_version();
uint16 length_field = 0;
bool successful_read = reader->ReadUInt16(&length_field);
DCHECK(successful_read);
uint8 control_frame_type_field_uint8 = DATA;
successful_read = reader->ReadUInt8(&control_frame_type_field_uint8);
DCHECK(successful_read);
// We check control_frame_type_field's validity in
// ProcessControlFrameHeader().
control_frame_type_field = control_frame_type_field_uint8;
is_control_frame = (control_frame_type_field != DATA);
if (is_control_frame) {
current_frame_length_ = length_field + GetControlFrameHeaderSize();
} else {
current_frame_length_ = length_field + GetDataFrameMinimumSize();
}
successful_read = reader->ReadUInt8(&current_frame_flags_);
DCHECK(successful_read);
successful_read = reader->ReadUInt31(&current_frame_stream_id_);
DCHECK(successful_read);
remaining_data_length_ = current_frame_length_ - reader->GetBytesConsumed();
// Before we accept a DATA frame, we need to make sure we're not in the
// middle of processing a header block.
const bool is_continuation_frame = (control_frame_type_field ==
SpdyConstants::SerializeFrameType(protocol_version(), CONTINUATION));
if ((expect_continuation_ != 0) != is_continuation_frame) {
if (expect_continuation_ != 0) {
DLOG(ERROR) << "The framer was expecting to receive a CONTINUATION "
<< "frame, but instead received frame type "
<< control_frame_type_field;
} else {
DLOG(ERROR) << "The framer received an unexpected CONTINUATION frame.";
}
set_error(SPDY_UNEXPECTED_FRAME);
return original_len - len;
}
}
DCHECK_EQ(is_control_frame ? GetControlFrameHeaderSize()
: GetDataFrameMinimumSize(),
reader->GetBytesConsumed());
DCHECK_EQ(current_frame_length_,
remaining_data_length_ + reader->GetBytesConsumed());
// This is just a sanity check for help debugging early frame errors.
if (remaining_data_length_ > 1000000u) {
// The strncmp for 5 is safe because we only hit this point if we
// have kMinCommonHeader (8) bytes
if (!syn_frame_processed_ &&
strncmp(current_frame_buffer_.get(), "HTTP/", 5) == 0) {
LOG(WARNING) << "Unexpected HTTP response to " << display_protocol_
<< " request";
probable_http_response_ = true;
} else {
LOG(WARNING) << "Unexpectedly large frame. " << display_protocol_
<< " session is likely corrupt.";
}
}
// if we're here, then we have the common header all received.
if (!is_control_frame) {
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
// Catch bogus tests sending oversized DATA frames.
DCHECK_GE(GetFrameMaximumSize(), current_frame_length_)
<< "DATA frame too large for SPDY >= 4.";
}
uint8 valid_data_flags = 0;
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
valid_data_flags = DATA_FLAG_FIN | DATA_FLAG_END_SEGMENT |
DATA_FLAG_PAD_LOW | DATA_FLAG_PAD_HIGH;
} else {
valid_data_flags = DATA_FLAG_FIN;
}
if (current_frame_flags_ & ~valid_data_flags) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_DATA_FRAME_FLAGS);
} else {
visitor_->OnDataFrameHeader(current_frame_stream_id_,
remaining_data_length_,
current_frame_flags_ & DATA_FLAG_FIN);
if (remaining_data_length_ > 0) {
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_READ_PADDING_LENGTH);
} else {
// Empty data frame.
if (current_frame_flags_ & DATA_FLAG_FIN) {
visitor_->OnStreamFrameData(
current_frame_stream_id_, NULL, 0, true);
}
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_AUTO_RESET);
}
}
} else {
ProcessControlFrameHeader(control_frame_type_field);
}
return original_len - len;
}
void SpdyFramer::ProcessControlFrameHeader(uint16 control_frame_type_field) {
DCHECK_EQ(SPDY_NO_ERROR, error_code_);
DCHECK_LE(GetControlFrameHeaderSize(), current_frame_buffer_length_);
// Early detection of deprecated frames that we ignore.
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
if (control_frame_type_field == NOOP) {
current_frame_type_ = NOOP;
DVLOG(1) << "NOOP control frame found. Ignoring.";
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_AUTO_RESET);
return;
}
if (control_frame_type_field == CREDENTIAL) {
current_frame_type_ = CREDENTIAL;
DCHECK_EQ(SPDY3, protocol_version());
DVLOG(1) << "CREDENTIAL control frame found. Ignoring.";
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_IGNORE_REMAINING_PAYLOAD);
return;
}
}
if (!SpdyConstants::IsValidFrameType(protocol_version(),
control_frame_type_field)) {
DLOG(WARNING) << "Invalid control frame type " << control_frame_type_field
<< " (protocol version: " << protocol_version() << ")";
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
return;
}
current_frame_type_ = SpdyConstants::ParseFrameType(protocol_version(),
control_frame_type_field);
// Do some sanity checking on the control frame sizes and flags.
switch (current_frame_type_) {
case SYN_STREAM:
if (current_frame_length_ < GetSynStreamMinimumSize()) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
} else if (current_frame_flags_ &
~(CONTROL_FLAG_FIN | CONTROL_FLAG_UNIDIRECTIONAL)) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
}
break;
case SYN_REPLY:
if (current_frame_length_ < GetSynReplyMinimumSize()) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
} else if (current_frame_flags_ & ~CONTROL_FLAG_FIN) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
}
break;
case RST_STREAM:
// For SPDY versions < 4, the header has a fixed length.
// For SPDY version 4 and up, the RST_STREAM frame may include optional
// opaque data, so we only have a lower limit on the frame size.
if ((current_frame_length_ != GetRstStreamMinimumSize() &&
protocol_version() <= SPDY3) ||
(current_frame_length_ < GetRstStreamMinimumSize() &&
protocol_version() > SPDY3)) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
} else if (current_frame_flags_ != 0) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
}
break;
case SETTINGS:
{
// Make sure that we have an integral number of 8-byte key/value pairs,
// plus a 4-byte length field in SPDY3 and below.
size_t values_prefix_size = (protocol_version() <= SPDY3 ? 4 : 0);
// Size of each key/value pair in bytes.
size_t setting_size = (protocol_version() <= SPDY3 ? 8 : 5);
if (current_frame_length_ < GetSettingsMinimumSize() ||
(current_frame_length_ - GetControlFrameHeaderSize())
% setting_size != values_prefix_size) {
DLOG(WARNING) << "Invalid length for SETTINGS frame: "
<< current_frame_length_;
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
} else if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3 &&
current_frame_flags_ &
~SETTINGS_FLAG_CLEAR_PREVIOUSLY_PERSISTED_SETTINGS) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
} else if (protocol_version() > SPDY3 &&
current_frame_flags_ & ~SETTINGS_FLAG_ACK) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
} else if (protocol_version() > SPDY3 &&
current_frame_flags_ & SETTINGS_FLAG_ACK &&
current_frame_length_ > GetSettingsMinimumSize()) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
}
break;
}
case PING:
if (current_frame_length_ != GetPingSize()) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
} else if ((protocol_version() <= SPDY3 && current_frame_flags_ != 0) ||
(current_frame_flags_ & ~PING_FLAG_ACK)) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
}
break;
case GOAWAY:
{
// For SPDY version < 4, there are only mandatory fields and the header
// has a fixed length. For SPDY version >= 4, optional opaque data may
// be appended to the GOAWAY frame, thus there is only a minimal length
// restriction.
if ((current_frame_length_ != GetGoAwayMinimumSize() &&
protocol_version() <= SPDY3) ||
(current_frame_length_ < GetGoAwayMinimumSize() &&
protocol_version() > SPDY3)) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
} else if (current_frame_flags_ != 0) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
}
break;
}
case HEADERS:
{
size_t min_size = GetHeadersMinimumSize();
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3 &&
(current_frame_flags_ & HEADERS_FLAG_PRIORITY)) {
min_size += 4;
}
if (current_frame_length_ < min_size) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
} else if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3 &&
current_frame_flags_ & ~CONTROL_FLAG_FIN) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
} else if (protocol_version() > SPDY3 &&
current_frame_flags_ &
~(CONTROL_FLAG_FIN | HEADERS_FLAG_PRIORITY |
HEADERS_FLAG_END_HEADERS | HEADERS_FLAG_END_SEGMENT |
HEADERS_FLAG_PAD_LOW | HEADERS_FLAG_PAD_HIGH)) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
}
}
break;
case WINDOW_UPDATE:
if (current_frame_length_ != GetWindowUpdateSize()) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
} else if (current_frame_flags_ != 0) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
}
break;
case BLOCKED:
if (current_frame_length_ != GetBlockedSize() ||
protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
// TODO(mlavan): BLOCKED frames are no longer part of SPDY4.
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
} else if (current_frame_flags_ != 0) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
}
break;
case PUSH_PROMISE:
if (current_frame_length_ < GetPushPromiseMinimumSize()) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
} else if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3 && current_frame_flags_ != 0) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
} else if (protocol_version() > SPDY3 &&
current_frame_flags_ &
~(PUSH_PROMISE_FLAG_END_PUSH_PROMISE |
HEADERS_FLAG_PAD_LOW | HEADERS_FLAG_PAD_HIGH)) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
}
break;
case CONTINUATION:
if (current_frame_length_ < GetContinuationMinimumSize() ||
protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
} else if (current_frame_flags_ &
~(HEADERS_FLAG_END_HEADERS | HEADERS_FLAG_PAD_LOW |
HEADERS_FLAG_PAD_HIGH)) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
}
break;
case ALTSVC:
if (current_frame_length_ <= GetAltSvcMinimumSize()) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
} else if (current_frame_flags_ != 0) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
}
break;
case PRIORITY:
if (current_frame_length_ != GetPrioritySize() ||
protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
} else if (current_frame_flags_ != 0) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME_FLAGS);
}
break;
default:
LOG(WARNING) << "Valid " << display_protocol_
<< " control frame with unhandled type: "
<< current_frame_type_;
// This branch should be unreachable because of the frame type bounds
// check above. However, we DLOG(FATAL) here in an effort to painfully
// club the head of the developer who failed to keep this file in sync
// with spdy_protocol.h.
DLOG(FATAL);
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
break;
}
if (state_ == SPDY_ERROR) {
return;
}
if (current_frame_length_ > GetControlFrameBufferMaxSize()) {
DLOG(WARNING) << "Received control frame with way too big of a payload: "
<< current_frame_length_;
set_error(SPDY_CONTROL_PAYLOAD_TOO_LARGE);
return;
}
if (current_frame_type_ == GOAWAY) {
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_GOAWAY_FRAME_PAYLOAD);
return;
}
if (current_frame_type_ == RST_STREAM) {
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_RST_STREAM_FRAME_PAYLOAD);
return;
}
if (current_frame_type_ == ALTSVC) {
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_ALTSVC_FRAME_PAYLOAD);
return;
}
// Determine the frame size without variable-length data.
int32 frame_size_without_variable_data;
switch (current_frame_type_) {
case SYN_STREAM:
syn_frame_processed_ = true;
frame_size_without_variable_data = GetSynStreamMinimumSize();
break;
case SYN_REPLY:
syn_frame_processed_ = true;
frame_size_without_variable_data = GetSynReplyMinimumSize();
break;
case SETTINGS:
frame_size_without_variable_data = GetSettingsMinimumSize();
break;
case HEADERS:
frame_size_without_variable_data = GetHeadersMinimumSize();
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3 &&
current_frame_flags_ & HEADERS_FLAG_PRIORITY) {
frame_size_without_variable_data +=
kPriorityDependencyPayloadSize +
kPriorityWeightPayloadSize;
}
break;
case PUSH_PROMISE:
frame_size_without_variable_data = GetPushPromiseMinimumSize();
break;
case CONTINUATION:
frame_size_without_variable_data = GetContinuationMinimumSize();
break;
default:
frame_size_without_variable_data = -1;
break;
}
if ((frame_size_without_variable_data == -1) &&
(current_frame_length_ > kControlFrameBufferSize)) {
// We should already be in an error state. Double-check.
DCHECK_EQ(SPDY_ERROR, state_);
if (state_ != SPDY_ERROR) {
LOG(DFATAL) << display_protocol_
<< " control frame buffer too small for fixed-length frame.";
set_error(SPDY_CONTROL_PAYLOAD_TOO_LARGE);
}
return;
}
if (frame_size_without_variable_data > 0) {
// We have a control frame with a header block. We need to parse the
// remainder of the control frame's header before we can parse the header
// block. The start of the header block varies with the control type.
DCHECK_GE(frame_size_without_variable_data,
static_cast<int32>(current_frame_buffer_length_));
remaining_control_header_ = frame_size_without_variable_data -
current_frame_buffer_length_;
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_BEFORE_HEADER_BLOCK);
return;
}
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_PAYLOAD);
}
size_t SpdyFramer::UpdateCurrentFrameBuffer(const char** data, size_t* len,
size_t max_bytes) {
size_t bytes_to_read = std::min(*len, max_bytes);
if (bytes_to_read > 0) {
DCHECK_GE(kControlFrameBufferSize,
current_frame_buffer_length_ + bytes_to_read);
memcpy(current_frame_buffer_.get() + current_frame_buffer_length_,
*data,
bytes_to_read);
current_frame_buffer_length_ += bytes_to_read;
*data += bytes_to_read;
*len -= bytes_to_read;
}
return bytes_to_read;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::GetSerializedLength(
const SpdyMajorVersion spdy_version,
const SpdyHeaderBlock* headers) {
const size_t num_name_value_pairs_size
= (spdy_version < SPDY3) ? sizeof(uint16) : sizeof(uint32);
const size_t length_of_name_size = num_name_value_pairs_size;
const size_t length_of_value_size = num_name_value_pairs_size;
size_t total_length = num_name_value_pairs_size;
for (SpdyHeaderBlock::const_iterator it = headers->begin();
it != headers->end();
++it) {
// We add space for the length of the name and the length of the value as
// well as the length of the name and the length of the value.
total_length += length_of_name_size + it->first.size() +
length_of_value_size + it->second.size();
}
return total_length;
}
void SpdyFramer::WriteHeaderBlock(SpdyFrameBuilder* frame,
const SpdyMajorVersion spdy_version,
const SpdyHeaderBlock* headers) {
if (spdy_version < SPDY3) {
frame->WriteUInt16(headers->size()); // Number of headers.
} else {
frame->WriteUInt32(headers->size()); // Number of headers.
}
SpdyHeaderBlock::const_iterator it;
for (it = headers->begin(); it != headers->end(); ++it) {
if (spdy_version < SPDY3) {
frame->WriteString(it->first);
frame->WriteString(it->second);
} else {
frame->WriteStringPiece32(it->first);
frame->WriteStringPiece32(it->second);
}
}
}
// TODO(phajdan.jr): Clean up after we no longer need
// to workaround http://crbug.com/139744.
#if !defined(USE_SYSTEM_ZLIB)
// These constants are used by zlib to differentiate between normal data and
// cookie data. Cookie data is handled specially by zlib when compressing.
enum ZDataClass {
// kZStandardData is compressed normally, save that it will never match
// against any other class of data in the window.
kZStandardData = Z_CLASS_STANDARD,
// kZCookieData is compressed in its own Huffman blocks and only matches in
// its entirety and only against other kZCookieData blocks. Any matches must
// be preceeded by a kZStandardData byte, or a semicolon to prevent matching
// a suffix. It's assumed that kZCookieData ends in a semicolon to prevent
// prefix matches.
kZCookieData = Z_CLASS_COOKIE,
// kZHuffmanOnlyData is only Huffman compressed - no matches are performed
// against the window.
kZHuffmanOnlyData = Z_CLASS_HUFFMAN_ONLY,
};
// WriteZ writes |data| to the deflate context |out|. WriteZ will flush as
// needed when switching between classes of data.
static void WriteZ(const base::StringPiece& data,
ZDataClass clas,
z_stream* out) {
int rv;
// If we are switching from standard to non-standard data then we need to end
// the current Huffman context to avoid it leaking between them.
if (out->clas == kZStandardData &&
clas != kZStandardData) {
out->avail_in = 0;
rv = deflate(out, Z_PARTIAL_FLUSH);
DCHECK_EQ(Z_OK, rv);
DCHECK_EQ(0u, out->avail_in);
DCHECK_LT(0u, out->avail_out);
}
out->next_in = reinterpret_cast<Bytef*>(const_cast<char*>(data.data()));
out->avail_in = data.size();
out->clas = clas;
if (clas == kZStandardData) {
rv = deflate(out, Z_NO_FLUSH);
} else {
rv = deflate(out, Z_PARTIAL_FLUSH);
}
if (!data.empty()) {
// If we didn't provide any data then zlib will return Z_BUF_ERROR.
DCHECK_EQ(Z_OK, rv);
}
DCHECK_EQ(0u, out->avail_in);
DCHECK_LT(0u, out->avail_out);
}
// WriteLengthZ writes |n| as a |length|-byte, big-endian number to |out|.
static void WriteLengthZ(size_t n,
unsigned length,
ZDataClass clas,
z_stream* out) {
char buf[4];
DCHECK_LE(length, sizeof(buf));
for (unsigned i = 1; i <= length; i++) {
buf[length - i] = n;
n >>= 8;
}
WriteZ(base::StringPiece(buf, length), clas, out);
}
// WriteHeaderBlockToZ serialises |headers| to the deflate context |z| in a
// manner that resists the length of the compressed data from compromising
// cookie data.
void SpdyFramer::WriteHeaderBlockToZ(const SpdyHeaderBlock* headers,
z_stream* z) const {
unsigned length_length = 4;
if (spdy_version_ < 3)
length_length = 2;
WriteLengthZ(headers->size(), length_length, kZStandardData, z);
std::map<std::string, std::string>::const_iterator it;
for (it = headers->begin(); it != headers->end(); ++it) {
WriteLengthZ(it->first.size(), length_length, kZStandardData, z);
WriteZ(it->first, kZStandardData, z);
if (it->first == "cookie") {
// We require the cookie values (save for the last) to end with a
// semicolon and (save for the first) to start with a space. This is
// typically the format that we are given them in but we reserialize them
// to be sure.
std::vector<base::StringPiece> cookie_values;
size_t cookie_length = 0;
base::StringPiece cookie_data(it->second);
for (;;) {
while (!cookie_data.empty() &&
(cookie_data[0] == ' ' || cookie_data[0] == '\t')) {
cookie_data.remove_prefix(1);
}
if (cookie_data.empty())
break;
size_t i;
for (i = 0; i < cookie_data.size(); i++) {
if (cookie_data[i] == ';')
break;
}
if (i < cookie_data.size()) {
cookie_values.push_back(cookie_data.substr(0, i));
cookie_length += i + 2 /* semicolon and space */;
cookie_data.remove_prefix(i + 1);
} else {
cookie_values.push_back(cookie_data);
cookie_length += cookie_data.size();
cookie_data.remove_prefix(i);
}
}
WriteLengthZ(cookie_length, length_length, kZStandardData, z);
for (size_t i = 0; i < cookie_values.size(); i++) {
std::string cookie;
// Since zlib will only back-reference complete cookies, a cookie that
// is currently last (and so doesn't have a trailing semicolon) won't
// match if it's later in a non-final position. The same is true of
// the first cookie.
if (i == 0 && cookie_values.size() == 1) {
cookie = cookie_values[i].as_string();
} else if (i == 0) {
cookie = cookie_values[i].as_string() + ";";
} else if (i < cookie_values.size() - 1) {
cookie = " " + cookie_values[i].as_string() + ";";
} else {
cookie = " " + cookie_values[i].as_string();
}
WriteZ(cookie, kZCookieData, z);
}
} else if (it->first == "accept" ||
it->first == "accept-charset" ||
it->first == "accept-encoding" ||
it->first == "accept-language" ||
it->first == "host" ||
it->first == "version" ||
it->first == "method" ||
it->first == "scheme" ||
it->first == ":host" ||
it->first == ":version" ||
it->first == ":method" ||
it->first == ":scheme" ||
it->first == "user-agent") {
WriteLengthZ(it->second.size(), length_length, kZStandardData, z);
WriteZ(it->second, kZStandardData, z);
} else {
// Non-whitelisted headers are Huffman compressed in their own block, but
// don't match against the window.
WriteLengthZ(it->second.size(), length_length, kZStandardData, z);
WriteZ(it->second, kZHuffmanOnlyData, z);
}
}
z->avail_in = 0;
int rv = deflate(z, Z_SYNC_FLUSH);
DCHECK_EQ(Z_OK, rv);
z->clas = kZStandardData;
}
#endif // !defined(USE_SYSTEM_ZLIB)
size_t SpdyFramer::ProcessControlFrameBeforeHeaderBlock(const char* data,
size_t len) {
DCHECK_EQ(SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_BEFORE_HEADER_BLOCK, state_);
const size_t original_len = len;
if (remaining_control_header_ > 0) {
size_t bytes_read = UpdateCurrentFrameBuffer(&data, &len,
remaining_control_header_);
remaining_control_header_ -= bytes_read;
remaining_data_length_ -= bytes_read;
}
if (remaining_control_header_ == 0) {
SpdyFrameReader reader(current_frame_buffer_.get(),
current_frame_buffer_length_);
reader.Seek(GetControlFrameHeaderSize()); // Seek past frame header.
switch (current_frame_type_) {
case SYN_STREAM:
{
DCHECK_GE(SPDY3, protocol_version());
bool successful_read = true;
successful_read = reader.ReadUInt31(&current_frame_stream_id_);
DCHECK(successful_read);
if (current_frame_stream_id_ == 0) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
break;
}
SpdyStreamId associated_to_stream_id = kInvalidStream;
successful_read = reader.ReadUInt31(&associated_to_stream_id);
DCHECK(successful_read);
SpdyPriority priority = 0;
successful_read = reader.ReadUInt8(&priority);
DCHECK(successful_read);
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY2) {
priority = priority >> 6;
} else {
priority = priority >> 5;
}
// Seek past unused byte; used to be credential slot in SPDY 3.
reader.Seek(1);
DCHECK(reader.IsDoneReading());
if (debug_visitor_) {
debug_visitor_->OnReceiveCompressedFrame(
current_frame_stream_id_,
current_frame_type_,
current_frame_length_);
}
visitor_->OnSynStream(
current_frame_stream_id_,
associated_to_stream_id,
priority,
(current_frame_flags_ & CONTROL_FLAG_FIN) != 0,
(current_frame_flags_ & CONTROL_FLAG_UNIDIRECTIONAL) != 0);
}
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_HEADER_BLOCK);
break;
case SETTINGS:
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3 &&
current_frame_flags_ & SETTINGS_FLAG_ACK) {
visitor_->OnSettingsAck();
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_AUTO_RESET);
} else {
visitor_->OnSettings(current_frame_flags_ &
SETTINGS_FLAG_CLEAR_PREVIOUSLY_PERSISTED_SETTINGS);
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_SETTINGS_FRAME_PAYLOAD);
}
break;
case SYN_REPLY:
case HEADERS:
// SYN_REPLY and HEADERS are the same, save for the visitor call.
{
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
DCHECK_EQ(HEADERS, current_frame_type_);
}
bool successful_read = true;
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
successful_read = reader.ReadUInt31(&current_frame_stream_id_);
DCHECK(successful_read);
}
if (current_frame_stream_id_ == 0) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
break;
}
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY2) {
// SPDY 2 had two unused bytes here. Seek past them.
reader.Seek(2);
}
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3 &&
!(current_frame_flags_ & HEADERS_FLAG_END_HEADERS) &&
current_frame_type_ == HEADERS) {
expect_continuation_ = current_frame_stream_id_;
end_stream_when_done_ = current_frame_flags_ & CONTROL_FLAG_FIN;
}
const bool has_priority =
(current_frame_flags_ & HEADERS_FLAG_PRIORITY) != 0;
uint32 priority = 0;
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3 && has_priority) {
// TODO(jgraettinger): Process dependency rather than ignoring it.
reader.Seek(kPriorityDependencyPayloadSize);
uint8 weight = 0;
successful_read = reader.ReadUInt8(&weight);
if (successful_read) {
priority = MapWeightToPriority(weight);
}
}
DCHECK(reader.IsDoneReading());
if (debug_visitor_) {
// SPDY 4 reports HEADERS with PRIORITY as SYN_STREAM.
SpdyFrameType reported_type = current_frame_type_;
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3 && has_priority) {
reported_type = SYN_STREAM;
}
debug_visitor_->OnReceiveCompressedFrame(
current_frame_stream_id_,
reported_type,
current_frame_length_);
}
if (current_frame_type_ == SYN_REPLY) {
visitor_->OnSynReply(
current_frame_stream_id_,
(current_frame_flags_ & CONTROL_FLAG_FIN) != 0);
} else if (protocol_version() > SPDY3 &&
current_frame_flags_ & HEADERS_FLAG_PRIORITY) {
// SPDY 4+ is missing SYN_STREAM. Simulate it so that API changes
// can be made independent of wire changes.
visitor_->OnSynStream(
current_frame_stream_id_,
0, // associated_to_stream_id
priority,
current_frame_flags_ & CONTROL_FLAG_FIN,
false); // unidirectional
} else {
visitor_->OnHeaders(
current_frame_stream_id_,
(current_frame_flags_ & CONTROL_FLAG_FIN) != 0,
expect_continuation_ == 0);
}
}
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_READ_PADDING_LENGTH);
break;
case PUSH_PROMISE:
{
DCHECK_LT(SPDY3, protocol_version());
if (current_frame_stream_id_ == 0) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
break;
}
SpdyStreamId promised_stream_id = kInvalidStream;
bool successful_read = reader.ReadUInt31(&promised_stream_id);
DCHECK(successful_read);
DCHECK(reader.IsDoneReading());
if (promised_stream_id == 0) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
break;
}
if (!(current_frame_flags_ & PUSH_PROMISE_FLAG_END_PUSH_PROMISE)) {
expect_continuation_ = current_frame_stream_id_;
}
if (debug_visitor_) {
debug_visitor_->OnReceiveCompressedFrame(
current_frame_stream_id_,
current_frame_type_,
current_frame_length_);
}
visitor_->OnPushPromise(current_frame_stream_id_,
promised_stream_id,
(current_frame_flags_ &
PUSH_PROMISE_FLAG_END_PUSH_PROMISE) != 0);
}
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_READ_PADDING_LENGTH);
break;
case CONTINUATION:
{
// Check to make sure the stream id of the current frame is
// the same as that of the preceding frame.
// If we're at this point we should already know that
// expect_continuation_ != 0, so this doubles as a check
// that current_frame_stream_id != 0.
if (current_frame_stream_id_ != expect_continuation_) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
break;
}
if (current_frame_flags_ & HEADERS_FLAG_END_HEADERS) {
expect_continuation_ = 0;
}
if (debug_visitor_) {
debug_visitor_->OnReceiveCompressedFrame(
current_frame_stream_id_,
current_frame_type_,
current_frame_length_);
}
visitor_->OnContinuation(current_frame_stream_id_,
(current_frame_flags_ &
HEADERS_FLAG_END_HEADERS) != 0);
}
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_READ_PADDING_LENGTH);
break;
default:
DCHECK(false);
}
}
return original_len - len;
}
// Does not buffer the control payload. Instead, either passes directly to the
// visitor or decompresses and then passes directly to the visitor, via
// IncrementallyDeliverControlFrameHeaderData() or
// IncrementallyDecompressControlFrameHeaderData() respectively.
size_t SpdyFramer::ProcessControlFrameHeaderBlock(const char* data,
size_t data_len,
bool is_hpack_header_block) {
DCHECK_EQ(SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_HEADER_BLOCK, state_);
bool processed_successfully = true;
if (current_frame_type_ != SYN_STREAM &&
current_frame_type_ != SYN_REPLY &&
current_frame_type_ != HEADERS &&
current_frame_type_ != PUSH_PROMISE &&
current_frame_type_ != CONTINUATION) {
LOG(DFATAL) << "Unhandled frame type in ProcessControlFrameHeaderBlock.";
}
size_t process_bytes = std::min(
data_len, remaining_data_length_ - remaining_padding_payload_length_);
if (is_hpack_header_block) {
if (!GetHpackDecoder()->HandleControlFrameHeadersData(
current_frame_stream_id_, data, process_bytes)) {
// TODO(jgraettinger): Finer-grained HPACK error codes.
set_error(SPDY_DECOMPRESS_FAILURE);
processed_successfully = false;
}
} else if (process_bytes > 0) {
if (enable_compression_ && protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
processed_successfully = IncrementallyDecompressControlFrameHeaderData(
current_frame_stream_id_, data, process_bytes);
} else {
processed_successfully = IncrementallyDeliverControlFrameHeaderData(
current_frame_stream_id_, data, process_bytes);
}
}
remaining_data_length_ -= process_bytes;
// Handle the case that there is no futher data in this frame.
if (remaining_data_length_ == remaining_padding_payload_length_ &&
processed_successfully) {
if (expect_continuation_ == 0) {
if (is_hpack_header_block) {
if (!GetHpackDecoder()->HandleControlFrameHeadersComplete(
current_frame_stream_id_)) {
set_error(SPDY_DECOMPRESS_FAILURE);
processed_successfully = false;
} else {
// TODO(jgraettinger): To be removed with migration to
// SpdyHeadersHandlerInterface. Serializes the HPACK block as a SPDY3
// block, delivered via reentrant call to
// ProcessControlFrameHeaderBlock().
DeliverHpackBlockAsSpdy3Block();
return process_bytes;
}
} else {
// The complete header block has been delivered. We send a zero-length
// OnControlFrameHeaderData() to indicate this.
visitor_->OnControlFrameHeaderData(current_frame_stream_id_, NULL, 0);
}
}
if (processed_successfully) {
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_CONSUME_PADDING);
}
}
// Handle error.
if (!processed_successfully) {
return data_len;
}
// Return amount processed.
return process_bytes;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::ProcessSettingsFramePayload(const char* data,
size_t data_len) {
DCHECK_EQ(SPDY_SETTINGS_FRAME_PAYLOAD, state_);
DCHECK_EQ(SETTINGS, current_frame_type_);
size_t unprocessed_bytes = std::min(data_len, remaining_data_length_);
size_t processed_bytes = 0;
size_t setting_size = protocol_version() <= SPDY3 ? 8 : 5;
// Loop over our incoming data.
while (unprocessed_bytes > 0) {
// Process up to one setting at a time.
size_t processing = std::min(
unprocessed_bytes,
static_cast<size_t>(setting_size - settings_scratch_.setting_buf_len));
// Check if we have a complete setting in our input.
if (processing == setting_size) {
// Parse the setting directly out of the input without buffering.
if (!ProcessSetting(data + processed_bytes)) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
return processed_bytes;
}
} else {
// Continue updating settings_scratch_.setting_buf.
memcpy(settings_scratch_.setting_buf + settings_scratch_.setting_buf_len,
data + processed_bytes,
processing);
settings_scratch_.setting_buf_len += processing;
// Check if we have a complete setting buffered.
if (settings_scratch_.setting_buf_len == setting_size) {
if (!ProcessSetting(settings_scratch_.setting_buf)) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
return processed_bytes;
}
// Reset settings_scratch_.setting_buf for our next setting.
settings_scratch_.setting_buf_len = 0;
}
}
// Iterate.
unprocessed_bytes -= processing;
processed_bytes += processing;
}
// Check if we're done handling this SETTINGS frame.
remaining_data_length_ -= processed_bytes;
if (remaining_data_length_ == 0) {
visitor_->OnSettingsEnd();
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_AUTO_RESET);
}
return processed_bytes;
}
void SpdyFramer::DeliverHpackBlockAsSpdy3Block() {
DCHECK_LT(SPDY3, protocol_version());
DCHECK_EQ(remaining_padding_payload_length_, remaining_data_length_);
const SpdyNameValueBlock& block = GetHpackDecoder()->decoded_block();
if (block.empty()) {
// Special-case this to make tests happy.
ProcessControlFrameHeaderBlock(NULL, 0, false);
return;
}
SpdyFrameBuilder builder(
GetSerializedLength(protocol_version(), &block),
SPDY3);
SerializeNameValueBlockWithoutCompression(&builder, block);
scoped_ptr<SpdyFrame> frame(builder.take());
// Preserve padding length, and reset it after the re-entrant call.
size_t remaining_padding = remaining_padding_payload_length_;
remaining_padding_payload_length_ = 0;
remaining_data_length_ = frame->size();
ProcessControlFrameHeaderBlock(frame->data(), frame->size(), false);
remaining_padding_payload_length_ = remaining_padding;
remaining_data_length_ = remaining_padding;
}
bool SpdyFramer::ProcessSetting(const char* data) {
int id_field;
SpdySettingsIds id;
uint8 flags = 0;
uint32 value;
// Extract fields.
// Maintain behavior of old SPDY 2 bug with byte ordering of flags/id.
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
const uint32 id_and_flags_wire = *(reinterpret_cast<const uint32*>(data));
SettingsFlagsAndId id_and_flags =
SettingsFlagsAndId::FromWireFormat(protocol_version(), id_and_flags_wire);
id_field = id_and_flags.id();
flags = id_and_flags.flags();
value = ntohl(*(reinterpret_cast<const uint32*>(data + 4)));
} else {
id_field = *(reinterpret_cast<const uint8*>(data));
value = ntohl(*(reinterpret_cast<const uint32*>(data + 1)));
}
// Validate id.
if (!SpdyConstants::IsValidSettingId(protocol_version(), id_field)) {
DLOG(WARNING) << "Unknown SETTINGS ID: " << id_field;
return false;
}
id = SpdyConstants::ParseSettingId(protocol_version(), id_field);
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
// Detect duplicates.
if (id <= settings_scratch_.last_setting_id) {
DLOG(WARNING) << "Duplicate entry or invalid ordering for id " << id
<< " in " << display_protocol_ << " SETTINGS frame "
<< "(last setting id was "
<< settings_scratch_.last_setting_id << ").";
return false;
}
settings_scratch_.last_setting_id = id;
// Validate flags.
uint8 kFlagsMask = SETTINGS_FLAG_PLEASE_PERSIST | SETTINGS_FLAG_PERSISTED;
if ((flags & ~(kFlagsMask)) != 0) {
DLOG(WARNING) << "Unknown SETTINGS flags provided for id " << id << ": "
<< flags;
return false;
}
}
// Validation succeeded. Pass on to visitor.
visitor_->OnSetting(id, flags, value);
return true;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::ProcessControlFramePayload(const char* data, size_t len) {
size_t original_len = len;
size_t bytes_read = UpdateCurrentFrameBuffer(&data, &len,
remaining_data_length_);
remaining_data_length_ -= bytes_read;
if (remaining_data_length_ == 0) {
SpdyFrameReader reader(current_frame_buffer_.get(),
current_frame_buffer_length_);
reader.Seek(GetControlFrameHeaderSize()); // Skip frame header.
// Use frame-specific handlers.
switch (current_frame_type_) {
case PING: {
SpdyPingId id = 0;
bool is_ack = protocol_version() > SPDY3 &&
(current_frame_flags_ & PING_FLAG_ACK);
bool successful_read = true;
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
uint32 id32 = 0;
successful_read = reader.ReadUInt32(&id32);
id = id32;
} else {
successful_read = reader.ReadUInt64(&id);
}
DCHECK(successful_read);
DCHECK(reader.IsDoneReading());
visitor_->OnPing(id, is_ack);
}
break;
case WINDOW_UPDATE: {
uint32 delta_window_size = 0;
bool successful_read = true;
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
successful_read = reader.ReadUInt31(&current_frame_stream_id_);
DCHECK(successful_read);
}
successful_read = reader.ReadUInt32(&delta_window_size);
DCHECK(successful_read);
DCHECK(reader.IsDoneReading());
visitor_->OnWindowUpdate(current_frame_stream_id_,
delta_window_size);
}
break;
case BLOCKED: {
DCHECK_LT(SPDY3, protocol_version());
DCHECK(reader.IsDoneReading());
visitor_->OnBlocked(current_frame_stream_id_);
}
break;
case PRIORITY: {
DCHECK_LT(SPDY3, protocol_version());
// TODO(hkhalil): Process PRIORITY frames rather than ignore them.
reader.Seek(5);
DCHECK(reader.IsDoneReading());
}
break;
default:
// Unreachable.
LOG(FATAL) << "Unhandled control frame " << current_frame_type_;
}
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_IGNORE_REMAINING_PAYLOAD);
}
return original_len - len;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::ProcessGoAwayFramePayload(const char* data, size_t len) {
if (len == 0) {
return 0;
}
// Clamp to the actual remaining payload.
if (len > remaining_data_length_) {
len = remaining_data_length_;
}
size_t original_len = len;
// Check if we had already read enough bytes to parse the GOAWAY header.
const size_t header_size = GetGoAwayMinimumSize();
size_t unread_header_bytes = header_size - current_frame_buffer_length_;
bool already_parsed_header = (unread_header_bytes == 0);
if (!already_parsed_header) {
// Buffer the new GOAWAY header bytes we got.
UpdateCurrentFrameBuffer(&data, &len, unread_header_bytes);
// Do we have enough to parse the constant size GOAWAY header?
if (current_frame_buffer_length_ == header_size) {
// Parse out the last good stream id.
SpdyFrameReader reader(current_frame_buffer_.get(),
current_frame_buffer_length_);
reader.Seek(GetControlFrameHeaderSize()); // Seek past frame header.
bool successful_read = reader.ReadUInt31(&current_frame_stream_id_);
DCHECK(successful_read);
// In SPDYv3 and up, frames also specify a status code - parse it out.
SpdyGoAwayStatus status = GOAWAY_OK;
if (protocol_version() >= SPDY3) {
uint32 status_raw = GOAWAY_OK;
successful_read = reader.ReadUInt32(&status_raw);
DCHECK(successful_read);
if (SpdyConstants::IsValidGoAwayStatus(protocol_version(),
status_raw)) {
status = SpdyConstants::ParseGoAwayStatus(protocol_version(),
status_raw);
} else {
DCHECK(false);
// Throw an error for SPDY4+, keep liberal behavior
// for earlier versions.
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
DLOG(WARNING) << "Invalid GO_AWAY status " << status_raw;
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
return 0;
}
}
}
// Finished parsing the GOAWAY header, call frame handler.
visitor_->OnGoAway(current_frame_stream_id_, status);
}
}
// Handle remaining data as opaque.
bool processed_successfully = true;
if (len > 0) {
processed_successfully = visitor_->OnGoAwayFrameData(data, len);
}
remaining_data_length_ -= original_len;
if (!processed_successfully) {
set_error(SPDY_GOAWAY_FRAME_CORRUPT);
} else if (remaining_data_length_ == 0) {
// Signal that there is not more opaque data.
visitor_->OnGoAwayFrameData(NULL, 0);
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_AUTO_RESET);
}
return original_len;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::ProcessRstStreamFramePayload(const char* data, size_t len) {
if (len == 0) {
return 0;
}
// Clamp to the actual remaining payload.
if (len > remaining_data_length_) {
len = remaining_data_length_;
}
size_t original_len = len;
// Check if we had already read enough bytes to parse the fixed-length portion
// of the RST_STREAM frame.
const size_t header_size = GetRstStreamMinimumSize();
size_t unread_header_bytes = header_size - current_frame_buffer_length_;
bool already_parsed_header = (unread_header_bytes == 0);
if (!already_parsed_header) {
// Buffer the new RST_STREAM header bytes we got.
UpdateCurrentFrameBuffer(&data, &len, unread_header_bytes);
// Do we have enough to parse the constant size RST_STREAM header?
if (current_frame_buffer_length_ == header_size) {
// Parse out the last good stream id.
SpdyFrameReader reader(current_frame_buffer_.get(),
current_frame_buffer_length_);
reader.Seek(GetControlFrameHeaderSize()); // Seek past frame header.
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
bool successful_read = reader.ReadUInt31(&current_frame_stream_id_);
DCHECK(successful_read);
}
SpdyRstStreamStatus status = RST_STREAM_INVALID;
uint32 status_raw = status;
bool successful_read = reader.ReadUInt32(&status_raw);
DCHECK(successful_read);
if (SpdyConstants::IsValidRstStreamStatus(protocol_version(),
status_raw)) {
status = static_cast<SpdyRstStreamStatus>(status_raw);
} else {
// Throw an error for SPDY4+, keep liberal behavior
// for earlier versions.
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
DLOG(WARNING) << "Invalid RST_STREAM status " << status_raw;
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
return 0;
}
}
// Finished parsing the RST_STREAM header, call frame handler.
visitor_->OnRstStream(current_frame_stream_id_, status);
}
}
// Handle remaining data as opaque.
bool processed_successfully = true;
if (len > 0) {
processed_successfully = visitor_->OnRstStreamFrameData(data, len);
}
remaining_data_length_ -= original_len;
if (!processed_successfully) {
set_error(SPDY_RST_STREAM_FRAME_CORRUPT);
} else if (remaining_data_length_ == 0) {
// Signal that there is not more opaque data.
visitor_->OnRstStreamFrameData(NULL, 0);
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_AUTO_RESET);
}
return original_len;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::ProcessAltSvcFramePayload(const char* data, size_t len) {
if (len == 0) {
return 0;
}
// Clamp to the actual remaining payload.
len = std::min(len, remaining_data_length_);
size_t processed_bytes = 0;
size_t processing = 0;
size_t bytes_remaining;
char* buffer;
size_t* buffer_len;
while (len > 0) {
if (altsvc_scratch_.pid_len == 0) {
// The size of the frame up to the PID_LEN field.
size_t fixed_len_portion = GetAltSvcMinimumSize() - 1;
bytes_remaining = fixed_len_portion - current_frame_buffer_length_;
processing = std::min(len, bytes_remaining);
// Buffer the new ALTSVC bytes we got.
UpdateCurrentFrameBuffer(&data, &len, processing);
// Do we have enough to parse the length of the protocol id?
if (current_frame_buffer_length_ == fixed_len_portion) {
// Parse out the max age, port, and pid_len.
SpdyFrameReader reader(current_frame_buffer_.get(),
current_frame_buffer_length_);
reader.Seek(GetControlFrameHeaderSize()); // Seek past frame header.
bool successful_read = reader.ReadUInt32(&altsvc_scratch_.max_age);
reader.ReadUInt16(&altsvc_scratch_.port);
reader.Seek(1); // Reserved byte.
successful_read = successful_read &&
reader.ReadUInt8(&altsvc_scratch_.pid_len);
DCHECK(successful_read);
// Sanity check length value.
if (GetAltSvcMinimumSize() + altsvc_scratch_.pid_len >=
current_frame_length_) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
return 0;
}
altsvc_scratch_.protocol_id.reset(
new char[size_t(altsvc_scratch_.pid_len)]);
}
processed_bytes += processing;
continue;
} else if (altsvc_scratch_.pid_buf_len < altsvc_scratch_.pid_len) {
// Buffer protocol id field as in comes in.
buffer = altsvc_scratch_.protocol_id.get();
buffer_len = &altsvc_scratch_.pid_buf_len;
bytes_remaining = altsvc_scratch_.pid_len - altsvc_scratch_.pid_buf_len;
} else if (altsvc_scratch_.host_len == 0) {
// Parse out the host length.
processing = 1;
altsvc_scratch_.host_len = *reinterpret_cast<const uint8*>(data);
// Sanity check length value.
if (GetAltSvcMinimumSize() + altsvc_scratch_.pid_len +
altsvc_scratch_.host_len > current_frame_length_) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
return 0;
}
altsvc_scratch_.host.reset(new char[altsvc_scratch_.host_len]);
// Once we have host length, we can also determine the origin length
// by process of elimination.
altsvc_scratch_.origin_len = current_frame_length_ -
GetAltSvcMinimumSize() -
altsvc_scratch_.pid_len -
altsvc_scratch_.host_len;
if (altsvc_scratch_.origin_len > 0) {
altsvc_scratch_.origin.reset(new char[altsvc_scratch_.origin_len]);
}
data += processing;
processed_bytes += processing;
len -= processing;
continue;
} else if (altsvc_scratch_.host_buf_len < altsvc_scratch_.host_len) {
// Buffer host field as it comes in.
// TODO(mlavan): check formatting for host and origin
buffer = altsvc_scratch_.host.get();
buffer_len = &altsvc_scratch_.host_buf_len;
bytes_remaining = altsvc_scratch_.host_len - altsvc_scratch_.host_buf_len;
} else {
// Buffer (optional) origin field as it comes in.
if (altsvc_scratch_.origin_len <= 0) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
return 0;
}
buffer = altsvc_scratch_.origin.get();
buffer_len = &altsvc_scratch_.origin_buf_len;
bytes_remaining = remaining_data_length_ -
processed_bytes -
altsvc_scratch_.origin_buf_len;
if (len > bytes_remaining) {
// This is our last field; there shouldn't be any more bytes.
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_CONTROL_FRAME);
return 0;
}
}
// Copy data bytes into the appropriate field.
processing = std::min(len, bytes_remaining);
memcpy(buffer + *buffer_len,
data,
processing);
*buffer_len += processing;
data += processing;
processed_bytes += processing;
len -= processing;
}
remaining_data_length_ -= processed_bytes;
if (remaining_data_length_ == 0) {
visitor_->OnAltSvc(current_frame_stream_id_,
altsvc_scratch_.max_age,
altsvc_scratch_.port,
StringPiece(altsvc_scratch_.protocol_id.get(),
altsvc_scratch_.pid_len),
StringPiece(altsvc_scratch_.host.get(),
altsvc_scratch_.host_len),
StringPiece(altsvc_scratch_.origin.get(),
altsvc_scratch_.origin_len));
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_AUTO_RESET);
}
return processed_bytes;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::ProcessFramePaddingLength(const char* data, size_t len) {
DCHECK_EQ(SPDY_READ_PADDING_LENGTH, state_);
size_t original_len = len;
if (remaining_padding_length_fields_ == 0) {
DCHECK_EQ(remaining_padding_payload_length_, 0u);
bool pad_low = false;
bool pad_high = false;
if (current_frame_flags_ & DATA_FLAG_PAD_LOW) {
pad_low = true;
++remaining_padding_length_fields_;
}
if (current_frame_flags_ & DATA_FLAG_PAD_HIGH) {
pad_high = true;
++remaining_padding_length_fields_;
}
if ((pad_high && !pad_low) ||
remaining_data_length_ < remaining_padding_length_fields_) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_DATA_FRAME_FLAGS);
return 0;
}
}
// Parse the padding length.
while (len != 0 && remaining_padding_length_fields_ != 0) {
remaining_padding_payload_length_ =
(remaining_padding_payload_length_ << 8) +
*reinterpret_cast<const uint8*>(data);
++data;
--len;
--remaining_padding_length_fields_;
--remaining_data_length_;
}
if (remaining_padding_length_fields_ == 0) {
if (remaining_padding_payload_length_ > remaining_data_length_) {
set_error(SPDY_INVALID_DATA_FRAME_FLAGS);
return 0;
}
if (current_frame_type_ == DATA) {
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_FORWARD_STREAM_FRAME);
} else {
DCHECK(current_frame_type_ == HEADERS ||
current_frame_type_ == PUSH_PROMISE ||
current_frame_type_ == CONTINUATION ||
current_frame_type_ == SYN_STREAM ||
current_frame_type_ == SYN_REPLY)
<< current_frame_type_;
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_CONTROL_FRAME_HEADER_BLOCK);
}
}
return original_len - len;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::ProcessFramePadding(const char* data, size_t len) {
DCHECK_EQ(SPDY_CONSUME_PADDING, state_);
size_t original_len = len;
if (remaining_padding_payload_length_ > 0) {
DCHECK_EQ(remaining_padding_payload_length_, remaining_data_length_);
size_t amount_to_discard = std::min(remaining_padding_payload_length_, len);
if (current_frame_type_ == DATA && amount_to_discard > 0) {
// The visitor needs to know about padding so it can send window updates.
// Communicate the padding to the visitor through a NULL data pointer,
// with a nonzero size.
visitor_->OnStreamFrameData(
current_frame_stream_id_, NULL, amount_to_discard, false);
}
data += amount_to_discard;
len -= amount_to_discard;
remaining_padding_payload_length_ -= amount_to_discard;
remaining_data_length_ -= amount_to_discard;
}
if (remaining_data_length_ == 0) {
// If the FIN flag is set, or this ends a header block which set FIN,
// inform the visitor of EOF via a 0-length data frame.
if (expect_continuation_ == 0 &&
((current_frame_flags_ & CONTROL_FLAG_FIN) != 0 ||
end_stream_when_done_)) {
end_stream_when_done_ = false;
visitor_->OnStreamFrameData(current_frame_stream_id_, NULL, 0, true);
}
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_AUTO_RESET);
}
return original_len - len;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::ProcessDataFramePayload(const char* data, size_t len) {
size_t original_len = len;
if (remaining_data_length_ - remaining_padding_payload_length_ > 0) {
size_t amount_to_forward = std::min(
remaining_data_length_ - remaining_padding_payload_length_, len);
if (amount_to_forward && state_ != SPDY_IGNORE_REMAINING_PAYLOAD) {
// Only inform the visitor if there is data.
if (amount_to_forward) {
visitor_->OnStreamFrameData(
current_frame_stream_id_, data, amount_to_forward, false);
}
}
data += amount_to_forward;
len -= amount_to_forward;
remaining_data_length_ -= amount_to_forward;
}
if (remaining_data_length_ == remaining_padding_payload_length_) {
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_CONSUME_PADDING);
}
return original_len - len;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::ProcessIgnoredControlFramePayload(/*const char* data,*/
size_t len) {
size_t original_len = len;
if (remaining_data_length_ > 0) {
size_t amount_to_ignore = std::min(remaining_data_length_, len);
len -= amount_to_ignore;
remaining_data_length_ -= amount_to_ignore;
}
if (remaining_data_length_ == 0) {
CHANGE_STATE(SPDY_AUTO_RESET);
}
return original_len - len;
}
size_t SpdyFramer::ParseHeaderBlockInBuffer(const char* header_data,
size_t header_length,
SpdyHeaderBlock* block) const {
SpdyFrameReader reader(header_data, header_length);
// Read number of headers.
uint32 num_headers;
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY2) {
uint16 temp;
if (!reader.ReadUInt16(&temp)) {
DVLOG(1) << "Unable to read number of headers.";
return 0;
}
num_headers = temp;
} else {
if (!reader.ReadUInt32(&num_headers)) {
DVLOG(1) << "Unable to read number of headers.";
return 0;
}
}
// Read each header.
for (uint32 index = 0; index < num_headers; ++index) {
base::StringPiece temp;
// Read header name.
if ((protocol_version() <= SPDY2) ? !reader.ReadStringPiece16(&temp)
: !reader.ReadStringPiece32(&temp)) {
DVLOG(1) << "Unable to read header name (" << index + 1 << " of "
<< num_headers << ").";
return 0;
}
std::string name = temp.as_string();
// Read header value.
if ((protocol_version() <= SPDY2) ? !reader.ReadStringPiece16(&temp)
: !reader.ReadStringPiece32(&temp)) {
DVLOG(1) << "Unable to read header value (" << index + 1 << " of "
<< num_headers << ").";
return 0;
}
std::string value = temp.as_string();
// Ensure no duplicates.
if (block->find(name) != block->end()) {
DVLOG(1) << "Duplicate header '" << name << "' (" << index + 1 << " of "
<< num_headers << ").";
return 0;
}
// Store header.
(*block)[name] = value;
}
return reader.GetBytesConsumed();
}
SpdySerializedFrame* SpdyFramer::SerializeData(
const SpdyDataIR& data_ir) const {
uint8 flags = DATA_FLAG_NONE;
if (data_ir.fin()) {
flags = DATA_FLAG_FIN;
}
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
int num_padding_fields = 0;
if (data_ir.pad_low()) {
flags |= DATA_FLAG_PAD_LOW;
++num_padding_fields;
}
if (data_ir.pad_high()) {
flags |= DATA_FLAG_PAD_HIGH;
++num_padding_fields;
}
const size_t size_with_padding = num_padding_fields +
data_ir.data().length() + data_ir.padding_payload_len() +
GetDataFrameMinimumSize();
SpdyFrameBuilder builder(size_with_padding, protocol_version());
builder.WriteDataFrameHeader(*this, data_ir.stream_id(), flags);
if (data_ir.pad_high()) {
builder.WriteUInt8(data_ir.padding_payload_len() >> 8);
}
if (data_ir.pad_low()) {
builder.WriteUInt8(data_ir.padding_payload_len() & 0xff);
}
builder.WriteBytes(data_ir.data().data(), data_ir.data().length());
if (data_ir.padding_payload_len() > 0) {
string padding = string(data_ir.padding_payload_len(), '0');
builder.WriteBytes(padding.data(), padding.length());
}
DCHECK_EQ(size_with_padding, builder.length());
return builder.take();
} else {
const size_t size = GetDataFrameMinimumSize() + data_ir.data().length();
SpdyFrameBuilder builder(size, protocol_version());
builder.WriteDataFrameHeader(*this, data_ir.stream_id(), flags);
builder.WriteBytes(data_ir.data().data(), data_ir.data().length());
DCHECK_EQ(size, builder.length());
return builder.take();
}
}
SpdySerializedFrame* SpdyFramer::SerializeDataFrameHeaderWithPaddingLengthField(
const SpdyDataIR& data_ir) const {
uint8 flags = DATA_FLAG_NONE;
if (data_ir.fin()) {
flags = DATA_FLAG_FIN;
}
size_t frame_size = GetDataFrameMinimumSize();
size_t num_padding_fields = 0;
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
if (data_ir.pad_low()) {
flags |= DATA_FLAG_PAD_LOW;
++num_padding_fields;
}
if (data_ir.pad_high()) {
flags |= DATA_FLAG_PAD_HIGH;
++num_padding_fields;
}
frame_size += num_padding_fields;
}
SpdyFrameBuilder builder(frame_size, protocol_version());
builder.WriteDataFrameHeader(*this, data_ir.stream_id(), flags);
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
if (data_ir.pad_high()) {
builder.WriteUInt8(data_ir.padding_payload_len() >> 8);
}
if (data_ir.pad_low()) {
builder.WriteUInt8(data_ir.padding_payload_len() & 0xff);
}
builder.OverwriteLength(*this, num_padding_fields +
data_ir.data().length() + data_ir.padding_payload_len());
} else {
builder.OverwriteLength(*this, data_ir.data().length());
}
DCHECK_EQ(frame_size, builder.length());
return builder.take();
}
SpdySerializedFrame* SpdyFramer::SerializeSynStream(
const SpdySynStreamIR& syn_stream) {
uint8 flags = 0;
if (syn_stream.fin()) {
flags |= CONTROL_FLAG_FIN;
}
if (syn_stream.unidirectional()) {
// TODO(hkhalil): invalid for HTTP2.
flags |= CONTROL_FLAG_UNIDIRECTIONAL;
}
// In SPDY >= 4, SYN_STREAM frames are HEADERS frames, but for now
// we never expect to have to overflow into a CONTINUATION frame.
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
flags |= HEADERS_FLAG_PRIORITY;
flags |= HEADERS_FLAG_END_HEADERS;
}
// Sanitize priority.
uint8 priority = syn_stream.priority();
if (priority > GetLowestPriority()) {
DLOG(DFATAL) << "Priority out-of-bounds.";
priority = GetLowestPriority();
}
// The size of this frame, including variable-length name-value block.
size_t size = GetSynStreamMinimumSize();
string hpack_encoding;
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
if (enable_compression_) {
GetHpackEncoder()->EncodeHeaderSet(
syn_stream.name_value_block(), &hpack_encoding);
} else {
GetHpackEncoder()->EncodeHeaderSetWithoutCompression(
syn_stream.name_value_block(), &hpack_encoding);
}
size += hpack_encoding.size();
} else {
size += GetSerializedLength(syn_stream.name_value_block());
}
SpdyFrameBuilder builder(size, protocol_version());
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
builder.WriteControlFrameHeader(*this, SYN_STREAM, flags);
builder.WriteUInt32(syn_stream.stream_id());
builder.WriteUInt32(syn_stream.associated_to_stream_id());
builder.WriteUInt8(priority << ((protocol_version() <= SPDY2) ? 6 : 5));
builder.WriteUInt8(0); // Unused byte where credential slot used to be.
} else {
builder.BeginNewFrame(*this,
HEADERS,
flags,
syn_stream.stream_id());
// TODO(jgraettinger): Plumb priorities and stream dependencies.
builder.WriteUInt32(0); // Non-exclusive bit and root stream ID.
builder.WriteUInt8(MapPriorityToWeight(priority));
}
DCHECK_EQ(GetSynStreamMinimumSize(), builder.length());
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
builder.WriteBytes(&hpack_encoding[0], hpack_encoding.size());
} else {
SerializeNameValueBlock(&builder, syn_stream);
}
if (debug_visitor_) {
const size_t payload_len = protocol_version() > SPDY3 ?
hpack_encoding.size() :
GetSerializedLength(protocol_version(),
&(syn_stream.name_value_block()));
// SPDY 4 reports this compression as a SYN_STREAM compression.
debug_visitor_->OnSendCompressedFrame(syn_stream.stream_id(),
SYN_STREAM,
payload_len,
builder.length());
}
return builder.take();
}
SpdySerializedFrame* SpdyFramer::SerializeSynReply(
const SpdySynReplyIR& syn_reply) {
uint8 flags = 0;
if (syn_reply.fin()) {
flags |= CONTROL_FLAG_FIN;
}
// In SPDY >= 4, SYN_REPLY frames are HEADERS frames, but for now
// we never expect to have to overflow into a CONTINUATION frame.
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
flags |= HEADERS_FLAG_END_HEADERS;
}
// The size of this frame, including variable-length name-value block.
size_t size = GetSynReplyMinimumSize();
string hpack_encoding;
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
if (enable_compression_) {
GetHpackEncoder()->EncodeHeaderSet(
syn_reply.name_value_block(), &hpack_encoding);
} else {
GetHpackEncoder()->EncodeHeaderSetWithoutCompression(
syn_reply.name_value_block(), &hpack_encoding);
}
size += hpack_encoding.size();
} else {
size += GetSerializedLength(syn_reply.name_value_block());
}
SpdyFrameBuilder builder(size, protocol_version());
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
builder.WriteControlFrameHeader(*this, SYN_REPLY, flags);
builder.WriteUInt32(syn_reply.stream_id());
} else {
builder.BeginNewFrame(*this,
HEADERS,
flags,
syn_reply.stream_id());
}
if (protocol_version() < SPDY3) {
builder.WriteUInt16(0); // Unused.
}
DCHECK_EQ(GetSynReplyMinimumSize(), builder.length());
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
builder.WriteBytes(&hpack_encoding[0], hpack_encoding.size());
} else {
SerializeNameValueBlock(&builder, syn_reply);
}
if (debug_visitor_) {
const size_t payload_len = protocol_version() > SPDY3 ?
hpack_encoding.size() :
GetSerializedLength(protocol_version(),
&(syn_reply.name_value_block()));
debug_visitor_->OnSendCompressedFrame(syn_reply.stream_id(),
SYN_REPLY,
payload_len,
builder.length());
}
return builder.take();
}
SpdySerializedFrame* SpdyFramer::SerializeRstStream(
const SpdyRstStreamIR& rst_stream) const {
// TODO(jgraettinger): For now, Chromium will support parsing RST_STREAM
// payloads, but will not emit them. SPDY4 is used for draft HTTP/2,
// which doesn't currently include RST_STREAM payloads. GFE flags have been
// commented but left in place to simplify future patching.
// Compute the output buffer size, taking opaque data into account.
uint16 expected_length = GetRstStreamMinimumSize();
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
expected_length += rst_stream.description().size();
}
SpdyFrameBuilder builder(expected_length, protocol_version());
// Serialize the RST_STREAM frame.
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
builder.WriteControlFrameHeader(*this, RST_STREAM, 0);
builder.WriteUInt32(rst_stream.stream_id());
} else {
builder.BeginNewFrame(*this, RST_STREAM, 0, rst_stream.stream_id());
}
builder.WriteUInt32(rst_stream.status());
// In SPDY4 and up, RST_STREAM frames may also specify opaque data.
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3 && rst_stream.description().size() > 0) {
builder.WriteBytes(rst_stream.description().data(),
rst_stream.description().size());
}
DCHECK_EQ(expected_length, builder.length());
return builder.take();
}
SpdySerializedFrame* SpdyFramer::SerializeSettings(
const SpdySettingsIR& settings) const {
uint8 flags = 0;
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
if (settings.clear_settings()) {
flags |= SETTINGS_FLAG_CLEAR_PREVIOUSLY_PERSISTED_SETTINGS;
}
} else {
if (settings.is_ack()) {
flags |= SETTINGS_FLAG_ACK;
}
}
const SpdySettingsIR::ValueMap* values = &(settings.values());
size_t setting_size = (protocol_version() <= SPDY3 ? 8 : 5);
// Size, in bytes, of this SETTINGS frame.
const size_t size = GetSettingsMinimumSize() +
(values->size() * setting_size);
SpdyFrameBuilder builder(size, protocol_version());
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
builder.WriteControlFrameHeader(*this, SETTINGS, flags);
} else {
builder.BeginNewFrame(*this, SETTINGS, flags, 0);
}
// If this is an ACK, payload should be empty.
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3 && settings.is_ack()) {
return builder.take();
}
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
builder.WriteUInt32(values->size());
}
DCHECK_EQ(GetSettingsMinimumSize(), builder.length());
for (SpdySettingsIR::ValueMap::const_iterator it = values->begin();
it != values->end();
++it) {
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
uint8 setting_flags = 0;
if (it->second.persist_value) {
setting_flags |= SETTINGS_FLAG_PLEASE_PERSIST;
}
if (it->second.persisted) {
setting_flags |= SETTINGS_FLAG_PERSISTED;
}
SettingsFlagsAndId flags_and_id(
setting_flags,
SpdyConstants::SerializeSettingId(protocol_version(), it->first));
uint32 id_and_flags_wire = flags_and_id.GetWireFormat(protocol_version());
builder.WriteBytes(&id_and_flags_wire, 4);
} else {
builder.WriteUInt8(SpdyConstants::SerializeSettingId(protocol_version(),
it->first));
}
builder.WriteUInt32(it->second.value);
}
DCHECK_EQ(size, builder.length());
return builder.take();
}
SpdySerializedFrame* SpdyFramer::SerializePing(const SpdyPingIR& ping) const {
SpdyFrameBuilder builder(GetPingSize(), protocol_version());
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
builder.WriteControlFrameHeader(*this, PING, kNoFlags);
builder.WriteUInt32(static_cast<uint32>(ping.id()));
} else {
uint8 flags = 0;
if (ping.is_ack()) {
flags |= PING_FLAG_ACK;
}
builder.BeginNewFrame(*this, PING, flags, 0);
builder.WriteUInt64(ping.id());
}
DCHECK_EQ(GetPingSize(), builder.length());
return builder.take();
}
SpdySerializedFrame* SpdyFramer::SerializeGoAway(
const SpdyGoAwayIR& goaway) const {
// Compute the output buffer size, take opaque data into account.
uint16 expected_length = GetGoAwayMinimumSize();
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
expected_length += goaway.description().size();
}
SpdyFrameBuilder builder(expected_length, protocol_version());
// Serialize the GOAWAY frame.
if (protocol_version() <= SPDY3) {
builder.WriteControlFrameHeader(*this, GOAWAY, kNoFlags);
} else {
builder.BeginNewFrame(*this, GOAWAY, 0, 0);
}
// GOAWAY frames specify the last good stream id for all SPDY versions.
builder.WriteUInt32(goaway.last_good_stream_id());
// In SPDY3 and up, GOAWAY frames also specify the error status code.
if (protocol_version() >= SPDY3) {
// TODO(jgraettinger): Merge back to server-side.
builder.WriteUInt32(SpdyConstants::SerializeGoAwayStatus(protocol_version(),
goaway.status()));
}
// In SPDY4 and up, GOAWAY frames may also specify opaque data.
if ((protocol_version() > SPDY3) && (goaway.description().size() > 0)) {
builder.WriteBytes(goaway.description().data(),
goaway.description().size());
}
DCHECK_EQ(expected_length, builder.length());
return builder.take();
}
SpdySerializedFrame* SpdyFramer::SerializeHeaders(
const SpdyHeadersIR& headers) {
uint8 flags = 0;
if (headers.fin()) {
flags |= CONTROL_FLAG_FIN;
}
if (protocol_version() > SPDY3) {
// This will get overwritten if we overflow into a CONTINUATION frame.
flags |= HEADERS_FLAG_END_HEADERS;
if (headers.has_priority()) {
flags |= HEADERS_FLAG_PRIORITY;
}
}
// The size of this frame, including variable-length name-value block.
size_t size = GetHeadersMinimumSize();
uint32 priority = headers.priority();
if (headers.has_priority()) {
if (priority > GetLowestPriority()) {
DLOG(DFATAL) << "Priority out-of-bounds.";
priority = GetLowestPriority();
}
size += 4;
}
string hpack_encoding;