Source code for pulsar.apps.wsgi.server

HTTP Protocol Consumer

.. autoclass:: HttpServerResponse
   :member-order: bysource

Testing WSGI Environ

.. autofunction:: test_wsgi_environ
import sys
import time
import os
import socket
import io
from asyncio import wait_for, ensure_future, sleep
from wsgiref.handlers import format_date_time
from urllib.parse import urlparse, unquote

import pulsar
from pulsar import (reraise, HttpException, ProtocolError, isawaitable,
from pulsar.utils.pep import native_str
from pulsar.utils.httpurl import (Headers, has_empty_content, http_parser,
                                  iri_to_uri, http_chunks)

from pulsar.async.protocols import ProtocolConsumer

from .utils import (handle_wsgi_error, wsgi_request, HOP_HEADERS,
                    log_wsgi_info, LOGGER)
from .formdata import http_protocol, HttpBodyReader
from .wrappers import FileWrapper, close_object

__all__ = ['HttpServerResponse', 'test_wsgi_environ', 'AbortWsgi']

HTTP_1_1 = (1, 1)

class AbortWsgi(Exception):

[docs]def test_wsgi_environ(path=None, method=None, headers=None, extra=None, https=False, loop=None, body=None, **params): '''An function to create a WSGI environment dictionary for testing. :param url: the resource in the ``PATH_INFO``. :param method: the ``REQUEST_METHOD``. :param headers: optional request headers :params https: a secure connection? :param extra: additional dictionary of parameters to add to ``params`` :param params: key valued parameters :return: a valid WSGI environ dictionary. ''' parser = http_parser(kind=0) method = (method or 'GET').upper() path = iri_to_uri(path or '/') request_headers = Headers(headers, kind='client') # Add Host if not available parsed = urlparse(path) if 'host' not in request_headers: if not parsed.netloc: scheme = ('https' if https else 'http') path = '%s://' % (scheme, path) else: request_headers['host'] = parsed.netloc # data = '%s %s HTTP/1.1\r\n\r\n' % (method, path) data = data.encode('latin1') parser.execute(data, len(data)) # stream = io.BytesIO(body or b'') if extra: params.update(extra) return wsgi_environ(stream, parser, request_headers, ('', 8060), '', Headers(), https=https, extra=params)
def wsgi_environ(stream, parser, request_headers, address, client_address, headers, server_software=None, https=False, extra=None): '''Build the WSGI Environment dictionary :param stream: a wsgi stream object :param parser: pulsar HTTP parser :param request_headers: headers of request :param address: server address :param client_address: client address :param headers: container for response headers ''' protocol = http_protocol(parser) raw_uri = parser.get_url() request_uri = urlparse(raw_uri) # # # If Request-URI is an absoluteURI, the host is part of the Request-URI. # Any Host header field value in the request MUST be ignored if request_uri.scheme: url_scheme = request_uri.scheme host = request_uri.netloc else: host = None url_scheme = 'https' if https else os.environ.get('wsgi.url_scheme', 'http') # environ = {"wsgi.input": stream, "wsgi.errors": sys.stderr, "wsgi.file_wrapper": FileWrapper, "wsgi.version": (1, 0), "wsgi.run_once": False, "wsgi.multithread": False, "wsgi.multiprocess": False, "SERVER_SOFTWARE": server_software or pulsar.SERVER_SOFTWARE, "REQUEST_METHOD": native_str(parser.get_method()), "QUERY_STRING": parser.get_query_string(), "RAW_URI": raw_uri, "SERVER_PROTOCOL": protocol, "CONTENT_TYPE": ''} forward = client_address script_name = os.environ.get("SCRIPT_NAME", "") for header, value in request_headers: header = header.lower() if header in HOP_HEADERS: headers[header] = value if header == 'x-forwarded-for': forward = value elif header == "x-forwarded-protocol" and value == "ssl": url_scheme = "https" elif header == "x-forwarded-ssl" and value == "on": url_scheme = "https" elif header == "host" and not host: host = value elif header == "script_name": script_name = value elif header == "content-type": environ['CONTENT_TYPE'] = value continue elif header == "content-length": environ['CONTENT_LENGTH'] = value continue key = 'HTTP_' + header.upper().replace('-', '_') environ[key] = value environ['wsgi.url_scheme'] = url_scheme if url_scheme == 'https': environ['HTTPS'] = 'on' if isinstance(forward, str): # we only took the last one # if forward.find(",") >= 0: forward = forward.rsplit(",", 1)[1].strip() remote = forward.split(":") if len(remote) < 2: remote.append('80') else: remote = forward environ['REMOTE_ADDR'] = remote[0] environ['REMOTE_PORT'] = str(remote[1]) environ['SERVER_NAME'] = socket.getfqdn(address[0]) environ['SERVER_PORT'] = address[1] path_info = request_uri.path if path_info is not None: if script_name: path_info = path_info.split(script_name, 1)[1] environ['PATH_INFO'] = unquote(path_info) environ['SCRIPT_NAME'] = script_name if extra: environ.update(extra) return environ def keep_alive(headers, version, method): """ return True if the connection should be kept alive""" conn = set((v.lower() for v in headers.get_all('connection', ()))) if "close" in conn: return False elif 'upgrade' in conn: headers['connection'] = 'upgrade' return True elif "keep-alive" in conn: if version == HTTP_1_1: headers.pop('connection') return True elif version == HTTP_1_1: return True elif method == 'CONNECT': return True else: return False def keep_alive_with_status(status, headers): code = int(status.split()[0]) if code >= 400: return False return True
[docs]class HttpServerResponse(ProtocolConsumer): '''Server side WSGI :class:`.ProtocolConsumer`. .. attribute:: wsgi_callable The wsgi callable handling requests. ''' _status = None _headers_sent = None _body_reader = None _buffer = None _logger = LOGGER SERVER_SOFTWARE = pulsar.SERVER_SOFTWARE ONE_TIME_EVENTS = ProtocolConsumer.ONE_TIME_EVENTS + ('on_headers',) def __init__(self, wsgi_callable, cfg, server_software=None, loop=None): super().__init__(loop=loop) self.wsgi_callable = wsgi_callable self.cfg = cfg self.parser = http_parser(kind=0) self.headers = Headers() self.keep_alive = False self.SERVER_SOFTWARE = server_software or self.SERVER_SOFTWARE @property def headers_sent(self): '''Available once the headers have been sent to the client. These are the bytes representing the first response line and the headers ''' return self._headers_sent
[docs] def data_received(self, data): '''Implements :meth:`~.ProtocolConsumer.data_received` method. Once we have a full HTTP message, build the wsgi ``environ`` and delegate the response to the :func:`wsgi_callable` function. ''' parser = self.parser processed = parser.execute(data, len(data)) if parser.is_headers_complete(): if not self._body_reader: headers = Headers(parser.get_headers(), kind='client') self._body_reader = HttpBodyReader(headers, parser, self.transport, loop=self._loop) ensure_future(self._response(self.wsgi_environ()), loop=self._loop) body = parser.recv_body() if body: self._body_reader.feed_data(body) # if parser.is_message_complete(): # self._body_reader.feed_eof() if processed < len(data): if not self._buffer: self._buffer = data[processed:] self.bind_event('post_request', self._new_request) else: self._buffer += data[processed:] # elif processed < len(data): # This is a parsing error, the client must have sent # bogus data raise ProtocolError
@property def status(self): return self._status @property def upgrade(self): return self.headers.get('upgrade') @property def chunked(self): return self.headers.get('Transfer-Encoding') == 'chunked' @property def content_length(self): c = self.headers.get('Content-Length') if c: return int(c) @property def version(self): return self.parser.get_version()
[docs] def start_response(self, status, response_headers, exc_info=None): '''WSGI compliant ``start_response`` callable, see pep3333_. The application may call start_response more than once, if and only if the ``exc_info`` argument is provided. More precisely, it is a fatal error to call ``start_response`` without the ``exc_info`` argument if start_response has already been called within the current invocation of the application. :parameter status: an HTTP ``status`` string like ``200 OK`` or ``404 Not Found``. :parameter response_headers: a list of ``(header_name, header_value)`` tuples. It must be a Python list. Each header_name must be a valid HTTP header field-name (as defined by RFC 2616_, Section 4.2), without a trailing colon or other punctuation. :parameter exc_info: optional python ``sys.exc_info()`` tuple. This argument should be supplied by the application only if ``start_response`` is being called by an error handler. :return: The :meth:`write` method. ``HOP_HEADERS`` are not considered but no error is raised. .. _pep3333: .. _2616: ''' if exc_info: try: if self._headers_sent: # if exc_info is provided, and the HTTP headers have # already been sent, start_response must raise an error, # and should re-raise using the exc_info tuple reraise(*exc_info) finally: # Avoid circular reference exc_info = None elif self._status: # Headers already set. Raise error raise HttpException("Response headers already set!") self._status = status if type(response_headers) is not list: raise TypeError("Headers must be a list of name/value tuples") for header, value in response_headers: if header.lower() in HOP_HEADERS: # These features are the exclusive province of this class, # this should be considered a fatal error for an application # to attempt sending them, but we don't raise an error, # just log a warning self.logger.warning('Application passing hop header "%s"', header) continue self.headers.add_header(header, value) return self.write
[docs] def write(self, data, force=False): '''The write function returned by the :meth:`start_response` method. Required by the WSGI specification. :param data: bytes to write :param force: Optional flag used internally :return: a :class:`~asyncio.Future` or the number of bytes written ''' write = super().write chunks = [] if not self._headers_sent: tosend = self.get_headers() self._headers_sent = tosend.flat(self.version, self.status) self.fire_event('on_headers') chunks.append(self._headers_sent) if data: if self.chunked: chunks.extend(http_chunks(data)) else: chunks.append(data) elif force and self.chunked: chunks.extend(http_chunks(data, True)) if chunks: return write(b''.join(chunks))
######################################################################## # INTERNALS async def _response(self, environ): exc_info = None response = None done = False alive = self.cfg.keep_alive or 15 while not done: done = True try: if exc_info is None: if (not environ.get('HTTP_HOST') and environ['SERVER_PROTOCOL'] != 'HTTP/1.0'): raise BadRequest response = self.wsgi_callable(environ, self.start_response) if isawaitable(response): response = await wait_for(response, alive) else: response = handle_wsgi_error(environ, exc_info) if isawaitable(response): response = await wait_for(response, alive) # if exc_info: self.start_response(response.status, response.get_headers(), exc_info) # # Do the actual writing loop = self._loop start = loop.time() for chunk in response: if isawaitable(chunk): chunk = await wait_for(chunk, alive) start = loop.time() result = self.write(chunk) if isawaitable(result): await wait_for(result, alive) start = loop.time() else: time_in_loop = loop.time() - start if time_in_loop > MAX_TIME_IN_LOOP: self.logger.debug( 'Released the event loop after %.3f seconds', time_in_loop) await sleep(0.1, loop=self._loop) start = loop.time() # # make sure we write headers and last chunk if needed self.write(b'', True) # client disconnected, end this connection except (IOError, AbortWsgi): self.finished() except Exception: if wsgi_request(environ).cache.handle_wsgi_error: self.keep_alive = False self._write_headers() self.connection.close() self.finished() else: done = False exc_info = sys.exc_info() else: log_wsgi_info(, environ, self.status) self.finished() if not self.keep_alive: self.logger.debug('No keep alive, closing connection %s', self.connection) self.connection.close() finally: close_object(response)
[docs] def is_chunked(self): '''Check if the response uses chunked transfer encoding. Only use chunked responses when the client is speaking HTTP/1.1 or newer and there was no Content-Length header set. ''' if (self.version <= (1, 0) or self._status == '200 Connection established' or has_empty_content(int(self.status[:3]))): return False elif self.headers.get('Transfer-Encoding') == 'chunked': return True else: return self.content_length is None
[docs] def get_headers(self): '''Get the headers to send to the client. ''' if not self._status: # we are sending headers but the start_response was not called raise HttpException('Headers not set.') headers = self.headers # Set chunked header if needed if self.is_chunked(): headers['Transfer-Encoding'] = 'chunked' headers.pop('content-length', None) else: headers.pop('Transfer-Encoding', None) if self.keep_alive: self.keep_alive = keep_alive_with_status(self._status, headers) if not self.keep_alive: headers['connection'] = 'close' return headers
def wsgi_environ(self): # return a the WSGI environ dictionary transport = self.transport https = True if transport.get_extra_info('sslcontext') else False multiprocess = (self.cfg.concurrency == 'process') environ = wsgi_environ(self._body_reader, self.parser, self._body_reader.headers, transport.get_extra_info('sockname'), self.address, self.headers, self.SERVER_SOFTWARE, https=https, extra={'pulsar.connection': self.connection, 'pulsar.cfg': self.cfg, 'wsgi.multiprocess': multiprocess}) self.keep_alive = keep_alive(self.headers, self.parser.get_version(), environ['REQUEST_METHOD']) self.headers.update([('Server', self.SERVER_SOFTWARE), ('Date', format_date_time(time.time()))]) return environ def _new_request(self, _, exc=None): connection = self._connection connection.data_received(self._buffer) def _write_headers(self): if not self._headers_sent: if self.content_length: self.headers['Content-Length'] = '0' self.write(b'')