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Test: I/O Queue (UDP)

This file provides implementation to test the functionality of the I/O queue when UDP socket is used.

This file is pjlib-test/ioq_udp.c

/* $Id: ioq_udp.c 5170 2015-08-25 08:45:46Z nanang $ */
/*
* Copyright (C) 2008-2011 Teluu Inc. (http://www.teluu.com)
* Copyright (C) 2003-2008 Benny Prijono <benny@prijono.org>
*
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
* Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
*/
#include "test.h"
#if INCLUDE_UDP_IOQUEUE_TEST
#include <pjlib.h>
#include <pj/compat/socket.h>
#define THIS_FILE "test_udp"
#define PORT 51233
#define LOOP 2
#define BUF_MIN_SIZE 32
#define BUF_MAX_SIZE 2048
#define SOCK_INACTIVE_MIN (1)
#define SOCK_INACTIVE_MAX (PJ_IOQUEUE_MAX_HANDLES - 2)
#define POOL_SIZE (2*BUF_MAX_SIZE + SOCK_INACTIVE_MAX*128 + 2048)
#undef TRACE_
#define TRACE_(msg) PJ_LOG(3,(THIS_FILE,"....." msg))
#if 0
# define TRACE__(args) PJ_LOG(3,args)
#else
# define TRACE__(args)
#endif
static pj_ssize_t callback_read_size,
callback_write_size,
callback_accept_status,
callback_connect_status;
static pj_ioqueue_key_t *callback_read_key,
*callback_write_key,
*callback_accept_key,
*callback_connect_key;
static pj_ioqueue_op_key_t *callback_read_op,
*callback_write_op,
*callback_accept_op;
static void on_ioqueue_read(pj_ioqueue_key_t *key,
pj_ssize_t bytes_read)
{
callback_read_key = key;
callback_read_op = op_key;
callback_read_size = bytes_read;
TRACE__((THIS_FILE, " callback_read_key = %p, bytes=%d",
key, bytes_read));
}
static void on_ioqueue_write(pj_ioqueue_key_t *key,
pj_ssize_t bytes_written)
{
callback_write_key = key;
callback_write_op = op_key;
callback_write_size = bytes_written;
}
static void on_ioqueue_accept(pj_ioqueue_key_t *key,
pj_sock_t sock, int status)
{
callback_accept_key = key;
callback_accept_op = op_key;
callback_accept_status = status;
}
static void on_ioqueue_connect(pj_ioqueue_key_t *key, int status)
{
callback_connect_key = key;
callback_connect_status = status;
}
static pj_ioqueue_callback test_cb =
{
&on_ioqueue_read,
&on_ioqueue_write,
&on_ioqueue_accept,
&on_ioqueue_connect,
};
#if defined(PJ_WIN32) || defined(PJ_WIN64)
# define S_ADDR S_un.S_addr
#else
# define S_ADDR s_addr
#endif
/*
* compliance_test()
* To test that the basic IOQueue functionality works. It will just exchange
* data between two sockets.
*/
static int compliance_test(pj_bool_t allow_concur)
{
pj_sock_t ssock=-1, csock=-1;
pj_sockaddr_in addr, dst_addr;
int addrlen;
pj_pool_t *pool = NULL;
char *send_buf, *recv_buf;
pj_ioqueue_t *ioque = NULL;
pj_ioqueue_key_t *skey = NULL, *ckey = NULL;
pj_ioqueue_op_key_t read_op, write_op;
int bufsize = BUF_MIN_SIZE;
pj_ssize_t bytes;
int status = -1;
pj_str_t temp;
pj_bool_t send_pending, recv_pending;
// Create pool.
pool = pj_pool_create(mem, NULL, POOL_SIZE, 4000, NULL);
// Allocate buffers for send and receive.
send_buf = (char*)pj_pool_alloc(pool, bufsize);
recv_buf = (char*)pj_pool_alloc(pool, bufsize);
// Allocate sockets for sending and receiving.
TRACE_("creating sockets...");
rc = pj_sock_socket(pj_AF_INET(), pj_SOCK_DGRAM(), 0, &ssock);
if (rc==PJ_SUCCESS)
rc = pj_sock_socket(pj_AF_INET(), pj_SOCK_DGRAM(), 0, &csock);
else
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...ERROR in pj_sock_socket()", rc);
status=-1; goto on_error;
}
// Bind server socket.
TRACE_("bind socket...");
pj_bzero(&addr, sizeof(addr));
addr.sin_port = pj_htons(PORT);
if (pj_sock_bind(ssock, &addr, sizeof(addr))) {
status=-10; goto on_error;
}
// Create I/O Queue.
TRACE_("create ioqueue...");
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
status=-20; goto on_error;
}
// Set concurrency
TRACE_("set concurrency...");
rc = pj_ioqueue_set_default_concurrency(ioque, allow_concur);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
status=-21; goto on_error;
}
// Register server and client socket.
// We put this after inactivity socket, hopefully this can represent the
// worst waiting time.
TRACE_("registering first sockets...");
rc = pj_ioqueue_register_sock(pool, ioque, ssock, NULL,
&test_cb, &skey);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error(10): ioqueue_register error", rc);
status=-25; goto on_error;
}
TRACE_("registering second sockets...");
rc = pj_ioqueue_register_sock( pool, ioque, csock, NULL,
&test_cb, &ckey);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error(11): ioqueue_register error", rc);
status=-26; goto on_error;
}
// Randomize send_buf.
pj_create_random_string(send_buf, bufsize);
// Register reading from ioqueue.
TRACE_("start recvfrom...");
pj_bzero(&addr, sizeof(addr));
addrlen = sizeof(addr);
bytes = bufsize;
rc = pj_ioqueue_recvfrom(skey, &read_op, recv_buf, &bytes, 0,
&addr, &addrlen);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS && rc != PJ_EPENDING) {
app_perror("...error: pj_ioqueue_recvfrom", rc);
status=-28; goto on_error;
} else if (rc == PJ_EPENDING) {
recv_pending = 1;
PJ_LOG(3, (THIS_FILE,
"......ok: recvfrom returned pending"));
} else {
PJ_LOG(3, (THIS_FILE,
"......error: recvfrom returned immediate ok!"));
status=-29; goto on_error;
}
// Set destination address to send the packet.
TRACE_("set destination address...");
temp = pj_str("127.0.0.1");
if ((rc=pj_sockaddr_in_init(&dst_addr, &temp, PORT)) != 0) {
app_perror("...error: unable to resolve 127.0.0.1", rc);
status=-290; goto on_error;
}
// Write must return the number of bytes.
TRACE_("start sendto...");
bytes = bufsize;
rc = pj_ioqueue_sendto(ckey, &write_op, send_buf, &bytes, 0, &dst_addr,
sizeof(dst_addr));
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS && rc != PJ_EPENDING) {
app_perror("...error: pj_ioqueue_sendto", rc);
status=-30; goto on_error;
} else if (rc == PJ_EPENDING) {
send_pending = 1;
PJ_LOG(3, (THIS_FILE,
"......ok: sendto returned pending"));
} else {
send_pending = 0;
PJ_LOG(3, (THIS_FILE,
"......ok: sendto returned immediate success"));
}
// reset callback variables.
callback_read_size = callback_write_size = 0;
callback_accept_status = callback_connect_status = -2;
callback_read_key = callback_write_key =
callback_accept_key = callback_connect_key = NULL;
callback_read_op = callback_write_op = NULL;
// Poll if pending.
while (send_pending || recv_pending) {
int ret;
pj_time_val timeout = { 5, 0 };
TRACE_("poll...");
#ifdef PJ_SYMBIAN
ret = pj_symbianos_poll(-1, PJ_TIME_VAL_MSEC(timeout));
#else
ret = pj_ioqueue_poll(ioque, &timeout);
#endif
if (ret == 0) {
PJ_LOG(1,(THIS_FILE, "...ERROR: timed out..."));
status=-45; goto on_error;
} else if (ret < 0) {
app_perror("...ERROR in ioqueue_poll()", -ret);
status=-50; goto on_error;
}
if (callback_read_key != NULL) {
if (callback_read_size != bufsize) {
status=-61; goto on_error;
}
if (callback_read_key != skey) {
status=-65; goto on_error;
}
if (callback_read_op != &read_op) {
status=-66; goto on_error;
}
if (pj_memcmp(send_buf, recv_buf, bufsize) != 0) {
status=-67; goto on_error;
}
if (addrlen != sizeof(pj_sockaddr_in)) {
status=-68; goto on_error;
}
if (addr.sin_family != pj_AF_INET()) {
status=-69; goto on_error;
}
recv_pending = 0;
}
if (callback_write_key != NULL) {
if (callback_write_size != bufsize) {
status=-73; goto on_error;
}
if (callback_write_key != ckey) {
status=-75; goto on_error;
}
if (callback_write_op != &write_op) {
status=-76; goto on_error;
}
send_pending = 0;
}
}
// Success
status = 0;
on_error:
if (skey)
else if (ssock != -1)
pj_sock_close(ssock);
if (ckey)
else if (csock != -1)
pj_sock_close(csock);
if (ioque != NULL)
return status;
}
static void on_read_complete(pj_ioqueue_key_t *key,
pj_ssize_t bytes_read)
{
unsigned *p_packet_cnt = (unsigned*) pj_ioqueue_get_user_data(key);
PJ_UNUSED_ARG(op_key);
PJ_UNUSED_ARG(bytes_read);
(*p_packet_cnt)++;
}
/*
* unregister_test()
* Check if callback is still called after socket has been unregistered or
* closed.
*/
static int unregister_test(pj_bool_t allow_concur)
{
enum { RPORT = 50000, SPORT = 50001 };
pj_pool_t *pool;
pj_ioqueue_t *ioqueue;
pj_sock_t ssock;
pj_sock_t rsock;
int addrlen;
unsigned packet_cnt;
char sendbuf[10], recvbuf[10];
pj_ssize_t bytes;
pj_time_val timeout;
pj_status_t status;
pool = pj_pool_create(mem, "test", 4000, 4000, NULL);
if (!pool) {
app_perror("Unable to create pool", PJ_ENOMEM);
return -100;
}
status = pj_ioqueue_create(pool, 16, &ioqueue);
if (status != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("Error creating ioqueue", status);
return -110;
}
// Set concurrency
TRACE_("set concurrency...");
status = pj_ioqueue_set_default_concurrency(ioqueue, allow_concur);
if (status != PJ_SUCCESS) {
return -112;
}
/* Create sender socket */
status = app_socket(pj_AF_INET(), pj_SOCK_DGRAM(), 0, SPORT, &ssock);
if (status != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("Error initializing socket", status);
return -120;
}
/* Create receiver socket. */
status = app_socket(pj_AF_INET(), pj_SOCK_DGRAM(), 0, RPORT, &rsock);
if (status != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("Error initializing socket", status);
return -130;
}
/* Register rsock to ioqueue. */
pj_bzero(&cb, sizeof(cb));
cb.on_read_complete = &on_read_complete;
packet_cnt = 0;
status = pj_ioqueue_register_sock(pool, ioqueue, rsock, &packet_cnt,
&cb, &key);
if (status != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("Error registering to ioqueue", status);
return -140;
}
/* Init operation key. */
pj_ioqueue_op_key_init(&opkey, sizeof(opkey));
/* Start reading. */
bytes = sizeof(recvbuf);
status = pj_ioqueue_recv( key, &opkey, recvbuf, &bytes, 0);
if (status != PJ_EPENDING) {
app_perror("Expecting PJ_EPENDING, but got this", status);
return -150;
}
/* Init destination address. */
addrlen = sizeof(addr);
status = pj_sock_getsockname(rsock, &addr, &addrlen);
if (status != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("getsockname error", status);
return -160;
}
/* Override address with 127.0.0.1, since getsockname will return
* zero in the address field.
*/
addr.sin_addr = pj_inet_addr2("127.0.0.1");
/* Init buffer to send */
pj_ansi_strcpy(sendbuf, "Hello0123");
/* Send one packet. */
bytes = sizeof(sendbuf);
status = pj_sock_sendto(ssock, sendbuf, &bytes, 0,
&addr, sizeof(addr));
if (status != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("sendto error", status);
return -170;
}
/* Check if packet is received. */
timeout.sec = 1; timeout.msec = 0;
#ifdef PJ_SYMBIAN
pj_symbianos_poll(-1, 1000);
#else
pj_ioqueue_poll(ioqueue, &timeout);
#endif
if (packet_cnt != 1) {
return -180;
}
/* Just to make sure things are settled.. */
/* Start reading again. */
bytes = sizeof(recvbuf);
status = pj_ioqueue_recv( key, &opkey, recvbuf, &bytes, 0);
if (status != PJ_EPENDING) {
app_perror("Expecting PJ_EPENDING, but got this", status);
return -190;
}
/* Reset packet counter */
packet_cnt = 0;
/* Send one packet. */
bytes = sizeof(sendbuf);
status = pj_sock_sendto(ssock, sendbuf, &bytes, 0,
&addr, sizeof(addr));
if (status != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("sendto error", status);
return -200;
}
/* Now unregister and close socket. */
/* Poll ioqueue. */
#ifdef PJ_SYMBIAN
pj_symbianos_poll(-1, 1000);
#else
timeout.sec = 1; timeout.msec = 0;
pj_ioqueue_poll(ioqueue, &timeout);
#endif
/* Must NOT receive any packets after socket is closed! */
if (packet_cnt > 0) {
PJ_LOG(3,(THIS_FILE, "....errror: not expecting to receive packet "
"after socket has been closed"));
return -210;
}
/* Success */
pj_sock_close(ssock);
return 0;
}
/*
* Testing with many handles.
* This will just test registering PJ_IOQUEUE_MAX_HANDLES count
* of sockets to the ioqueue.
*/
static int many_handles_test(pj_bool_t allow_concur)
{
enum { MAX = PJ_IOQUEUE_MAX_HANDLES };
pj_pool_t *pool;
pj_ioqueue_t *ioqueue;
pj_sock_t *sock;
int count, i; /* must be signed */
PJ_LOG(3,(THIS_FILE,"...testing with so many handles"));
pool = pj_pool_create(mem, NULL, 4000, 4000, NULL);
if (!pool)
return PJ_ENOMEM;
key = (pj_ioqueue_key_t**)
pj_pool_alloc(pool, MAX*sizeof(pj_ioqueue_key_t*));
sock = (pj_sock_t*) pj_pool_alloc(pool, MAX*sizeof(pj_sock_t));
/* Create IOQueue */
rc = pj_ioqueue_create(pool, MAX, &ioqueue);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS || ioqueue == NULL) {
app_perror("...error in pj_ioqueue_create", rc);
return -10;
}
// Set concurrency
rc = pj_ioqueue_set_default_concurrency(ioqueue, allow_concur);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
return -11;
}
/* Register as many sockets. */
for (count=0; count<MAX; ++count) {
sock[count] = PJ_INVALID_SOCKET;
rc = pj_sock_socket(pj_AF_INET(), pj_SOCK_DGRAM(), 0, &sock[count]);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS || sock[count] == PJ_INVALID_SOCKET) {
PJ_LOG(3,(THIS_FILE, "....unable to create %d-th socket, rc=%d",
count, rc));
break;
}
key[count] = NULL;
rc = pj_ioqueue_register_sock(pool, ioqueue, sock[count],
NULL, &test_cb, &key[count]);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS || key[count] == NULL) {
PJ_LOG(3,(THIS_FILE, "....unable to register %d-th socket, rc=%d",
count, rc));
return -30;
}
}
/* Test complete. */
/* Now deregister and close all handles. */
/* NOTE for RTEMS:
* It seems that the order of close(sock) is pretty important here.
* If we close the sockets with the same order as when they were created,
* RTEMS doesn't seem to reuse the sockets, thus next socket created
* will have descriptor higher than the last socket created.
* If we close the sockets in the reverse order, then the descriptor will
* get reused.
* This used to cause problem with select ioqueue, since the ioqueue
* always gives FD_SETSIZE for the first select() argument. This ioqueue
* behavior can be changed with setting PJ_SELECT_NEEDS_NFDS macro.
*/
for (i=count-1; i>=0; --i) {
rc = pj_ioqueue_unregister(key[i]);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error in pj_ioqueue_unregister", rc);
}
}
rc = pj_ioqueue_destroy(ioqueue);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error in pj_ioqueue_destroy", rc);
}
PJ_LOG(3,(THIS_FILE,"....many_handles_test() ok"));
return 0;
}
/*
* Multi-operation test.
*/
/*
* Benchmarking IOQueue
*/
static int bench_test(pj_bool_t allow_concur, int bufsize,
int inactive_sock_count)
{
pj_sock_t ssock=-1, csock=-1;
pj_pool_t *pool = NULL;
pj_sock_t *inactive_sock=NULL;
pj_ioqueue_op_key_t *inactive_read_op;
char *send_buf, *recv_buf;
pj_ioqueue_t *ioque = NULL;
pj_ioqueue_key_t *skey, *ckey, *keys[SOCK_INACTIVE_MAX+2];
pj_timestamp t1, t2, t_elapsed;
int rc=0, i; /* i must be signed */
pj_str_t temp;
char errbuf[PJ_ERR_MSG_SIZE];
TRACE__((THIS_FILE, " bench test %d", inactive_sock_count));
// Create pool.
pool = pj_pool_create(mem, NULL, POOL_SIZE, 4000, NULL);
// Allocate buffers for send and receive.
send_buf = (char*)pj_pool_alloc(pool, bufsize);
recv_buf = (char*)pj_pool_alloc(pool, bufsize);
// Allocate sockets for sending and receiving.
rc = pj_sock_socket(pj_AF_INET(), pj_SOCK_DGRAM(), 0, &ssock);
if (rc == PJ_SUCCESS) {
rc = pj_sock_socket(pj_AF_INET(), pj_SOCK_DGRAM(), 0, &csock);
} else
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error: pj_sock_socket()", rc);
goto on_error;
}
// Bind server socket.
pj_bzero(&addr, sizeof(addr));
addr.sin_port = pj_htons(PORT);
if (pj_sock_bind(ssock, &addr, sizeof(addr)))
goto on_error;
pj_assert(inactive_sock_count+2 <= PJ_IOQUEUE_MAX_HANDLES);
// Create I/O Queue.
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error: pj_ioqueue_create()", rc);
goto on_error;
}
// Set concurrency
rc = pj_ioqueue_set_default_concurrency(ioque, allow_concur);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error: pj_ioqueue_set_default_concurrency()", rc);
goto on_error;
}
// Allocate inactive sockets, and bind them to some arbitrary address.
// Then register them to the I/O queue, and start a read operation.
inactive_sock = (pj_sock_t*)pj_pool_alloc(pool,
inactive_sock_count*sizeof(pj_sock_t));
inactive_read_op = (pj_ioqueue_op_key_t*)pj_pool_alloc(pool,
inactive_sock_count*sizeof(pj_ioqueue_op_key_t));
pj_bzero(&addr, sizeof(addr));
for (i=0; i<inactive_sock_count; ++i) {
pj_ssize_t bytes;
rc = pj_sock_socket(pj_AF_INET(), pj_SOCK_DGRAM(), 0, &inactive_sock[i]);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS || inactive_sock[i] < 0) {
app_perror("...error: pj_sock_socket()", rc);
goto on_error;
}
if ((rc=pj_sock_bind(inactive_sock[i], &addr, sizeof(addr))) != 0) {
pj_sock_close(inactive_sock[i]);
inactive_sock[i] = PJ_INVALID_SOCKET;
app_perror("...error: pj_sock_bind()", rc);
goto on_error;
}
rc = pj_ioqueue_register_sock(pool, ioque, inactive_sock[i],
NULL, &test_cb, &keys[i]);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
pj_sock_close(inactive_sock[i]);
inactive_sock[i] = PJ_INVALID_SOCKET;
app_perror("...error(1): pj_ioqueue_register_sock()", rc);
PJ_LOG(3,(THIS_FILE, "....i=%d", i));
goto on_error;
}
bytes = bufsize;
rc = pj_ioqueue_recv(keys[i], &inactive_read_op[i], recv_buf, &bytes, 0);
if (rc != PJ_EPENDING) {
pj_sock_close(inactive_sock[i]);
inactive_sock[i] = PJ_INVALID_SOCKET;
app_perror("...error: pj_ioqueue_read()", rc);
goto on_error;
}
}
// Register server and client socket.
// We put this after inactivity socket, hopefully this can represent the
// worst waiting time.
rc = pj_ioqueue_register_sock(pool, ioque, ssock, NULL,
&test_cb, &skey);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error(2): pj_ioqueue_register_sock()", rc);
goto on_error;
}
rc = pj_ioqueue_register_sock(pool, ioque, csock, NULL,
&test_cb, &ckey);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error(3): pj_ioqueue_register_sock()", rc);
goto on_error;
}
// Set destination address to send the packet.
pj_sockaddr_in_init(&addr, pj_cstr(&temp, "127.0.0.1"), PORT);
// Test loop.
t_elapsed.u64 = 0;
for (i=0; i<LOOP; ++i) {
pj_ssize_t bytes;
pj_ioqueue_op_key_t read_op, write_op;
// Randomize send buffer.
pj_create_random_string(send_buf, bufsize);
// Start reading on the server side.
bytes = bufsize;
rc = pj_ioqueue_recv(skey, &read_op, recv_buf, &bytes, 0);
if (rc != PJ_EPENDING) {
app_perror("...error: pj_ioqueue_read()", rc);
break;
}
// Starts send on the client side.
bytes = bufsize;
rc = pj_ioqueue_sendto(ckey, &write_op, send_buf, &bytes, 0,
&addr, sizeof(addr));
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS && rc != PJ_EPENDING) {
app_perror("...error: pj_ioqueue_write()", rc);
break;
}
if (rc == PJ_SUCCESS) {
if (bytes < 0) {
app_perror("...error: pj_ioqueue_sendto()",(pj_status_t)-bytes);
break;
}
}
// Begin time.
// Poll the queue until we've got completion event in the server side.
callback_read_key = NULL;
callback_read_size = 0;
TRACE__((THIS_FILE, " waiting for key = %p", skey));
do {
pj_time_val timeout = { 1, 0 };
#ifdef PJ_SYMBIAN
rc = pj_symbianos_poll(-1, PJ_TIME_VAL_MSEC(timeout));
#else
rc = pj_ioqueue_poll(ioque, &timeout);
#endif
TRACE__((THIS_FILE, " poll rc=%d", rc));
} while (rc >= 0 && callback_read_key != skey);
// End time.
t_elapsed.u64 += (t2.u64 - t1.u64);
if (rc < 0) {
app_perror(" error: pj_ioqueue_poll", -rc);
break;
}
// Compare recv buffer with send buffer.
if (callback_read_size != bufsize ||
pj_memcmp(send_buf, recv_buf, bufsize))
{
rc = -10;
PJ_LOG(3,(THIS_FILE, " error: size/buffer mismatch"));
break;
}
// Poll until all events are exhausted, before we start the next loop.
do {
pj_time_val timeout = { 0, 10 };
#ifdef PJ_SYMBIAN
PJ_UNUSED_ARG(timeout);
rc = pj_symbianos_poll(-1, 100);
#else
rc = pj_ioqueue_poll(ioque, &timeout);
#endif
} while (rc>0);
rc = 0;
}
// Print results
if (rc == 0) {
pj_timestamp tzero;
pj_uint32_t usec_delay;
tzero.u32.hi = tzero.u32.lo = 0;
usec_delay = pj_elapsed_usec( &tzero, &t_elapsed);
PJ_LOG(3, (THIS_FILE, "...%10d %15d % 9d",
bufsize, inactive_sock_count, usec_delay));
} else {
PJ_LOG(2, (THIS_FILE, "...ERROR rc=%d (buf:%d, fds:%d)",
rc, bufsize, inactive_sock_count+2));
}
// Cleaning up.
for (i=inactive_sock_count-1; i>=0; --i) {
}
return rc;
on_error:
PJ_LOG(1,(THIS_FILE, "...ERROR: %s",
pj_strerror(pj_get_netos_error(), errbuf, sizeof(errbuf))));
if (ssock)
pj_sock_close(ssock);
if (csock)
pj_sock_close(csock);
for (i=0; i<inactive_sock_count && inactive_sock &&
inactive_sock[i]!=PJ_INVALID_SOCKET; ++i)
{
pj_sock_close(inactive_sock[i]);
}
if (ioque != NULL)
return -1;
}
static int udp_ioqueue_test_imp(pj_bool_t allow_concur)
{
int status;
int bufsize, sock_count;
PJ_LOG(3,(THIS_FILE, "..testing with concurency=%d", allow_concur));
//goto pass1;
PJ_LOG(3, (THIS_FILE, "...compliance test (%s)", pj_ioqueue_name()));
if ((status=compliance_test(allow_concur)) != 0) {
return status;
}
PJ_LOG(3, (THIS_FILE, "....compliance test ok"));
PJ_LOG(3, (THIS_FILE, "...unregister test (%s)", pj_ioqueue_name()));
if ((status=unregister_test(allow_concur)) != 0) {
return status;
}
PJ_LOG(3, (THIS_FILE, "....unregister test ok"));
if ((status=many_handles_test(allow_concur)) != 0) {
return status;
}
//return 0;
PJ_LOG(4, (THIS_FILE, "...benchmarking different buffer size:"));
PJ_LOG(4, (THIS_FILE, "... note: buf=bytes sent, fds=# of fds, "
"elapsed=in timer ticks"));
//pass1:
PJ_LOG(3, (THIS_FILE, "...Benchmarking poll times for %s:", pj_ioqueue_name()));
PJ_LOG(3, (THIS_FILE, "...====================================="));
PJ_LOG(3, (THIS_FILE, "...Buf.size #inactive-socks Time/poll"));
PJ_LOG(3, (THIS_FILE, "... (bytes) (nanosec)"));
PJ_LOG(3, (THIS_FILE, "...====================================="));
//goto pass2;
for (bufsize=BUF_MIN_SIZE; bufsize <= BUF_MAX_SIZE; bufsize *= 2) {
if ((status=bench_test(allow_concur, bufsize, SOCK_INACTIVE_MIN)) != 0)
return status;
}
//pass2:
bufsize = 512;
for (sock_count=SOCK_INACTIVE_MIN+2;
sock_count<=SOCK_INACTIVE_MAX+2;
sock_count *= 2)
{
//PJ_LOG(3,(THIS_FILE, "...testing with %d fds", sock_count));
if ((status=bench_test(allow_concur, bufsize, sock_count-2)) != 0)
return status;
}
return 0;
}
int udp_ioqueue_test()
{
int rc;
rc = udp_ioqueue_test_imp(PJ_TRUE);
if (rc != 0)
return rc;
rc = udp_ioqueue_test_imp(PJ_FALSE);
if (rc != 0)
return rc;
return 0;
}
#else
/* To prevent warning about "translation unit is empty"
* when this test is disabled.
*/
int dummy_uiq_udp;
#endif /* INCLUDE_UDP_IOQUEUE_TEST */

 


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