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#ifndef mozilla_storage_Connection_h
#define mozilla_storage_Connection_h
#include "nsCOMPtr.h"
#include "mozilla/Atomics.h"
#include "mozilla/Mutex.h"
#include "nsProxyRelease.h"
#include "nsThreadUtils.h"
#include "nsIInterfaceRequestor.h"
#include "nsTHashMap.h"
#include "mozIStorageProgressHandler.h"
#include "SQLiteMutex.h"
#include "mozIStorageConnection.h"
#include "mozStorageService.h"
#include "mozIStorageAsyncConnection.h"
#include "mozIStorageCompletionCallback.h"
#include "mozilla/Attributes.h"
#include "sqlite3.h"
class nsIFile;
class nsIFileURL;
class nsIEventTarget;
class nsIThread;
namespace mozilla {
namespace storage {
class Connection final : public mozIStorageConnection,
public nsIInterfaceRequestor {
public:
NS_DECL_THREADSAFE_ISUPPORTS
NS_DECL_MOZISTORAGEASYNCCONNECTION
NS_DECL_MOZISTORAGECONNECTION
NS_DECL_NSIINTERFACEREQUESTOR
/**
* Indicates if a database operation is synchronous or asynchronous.
*
* - Async operations may be called from any thread for all connections.
* - Sync operations may be called from any thread for sync connections, and
* from background threads for async connections.
*/
enum ConnectionOperation { ASYNCHRONOUS, SYNCHRONOUS };
/**
* Structure used to describe user functions on the database connection.
*/
struct FunctionInfo {
nsCOMPtr<mozIStorageFunction> function;
int32_t numArgs;
};
/**
* @param aService
* Pointer to the storage service. Held onto for the lifetime of the
* connection.
* @param aFlags
* The flags to pass to sqlite3_open_v2.
* @param aSupportedOperations
* The operation types supported on this connection. All connections
* implement both the async (`mozIStorageAsyncConnection`) and sync
* (`mozIStorageConnection`) interfaces, but async connections may not
* call sync operations from the main thread.
* @param aIgnoreLockingMode
* If |true|, ignore locks in force on the file. Only usable with
* read-only connections. Defaults to false.
* Use with extreme caution. If sqlite ignores locks, reads may fail
* indicating database corruption (the database won't actually be
* corrupt) or produce wrong results without any indication that has
* happened.
*/
Connection(Service* aService, int aFlags,
ConnectionOperation aSupportedOperations,
bool aIgnoreLockingMode = false);
/**
* Creates the connection to an in-memory database.
*/
nsresult initialize(const nsACString& aStorageKey, const nsACString& aName);
/**
* Creates the connection to the database.
*
* @param aDatabaseFile
* The nsIFile of the location of the database to open, or create if it
* does not exist.
*/
nsresult initialize(nsIFile* aDatabaseFile);
/**
* Creates the connection to the database.
*
* @param aFileURL
* The nsIFileURL of the location of the database to open, or create if
* it does not exist.
*/
nsresult initialize(nsIFileURL* aFileURL,
const nsACString& aTelemetryFilename);
/**
* Same as initialize, but to be used on the async thread.
*/
nsresult initializeOnAsyncThread(nsIFile* aStorageFile);
/**
* Fetches runtime status information for this connection.
*
* @param aStatusOption One of the SQLITE_DBSTATUS options defined at
* @param [optional] aMaxValue if provided, will be set to the highest
* istantaneous value.
* @return the current value for the specified option.
*/
int32_t getSqliteRuntimeStatus(int32_t aStatusOption,
int32_t* aMaxValue = nullptr);
/**
* Registers/unregisters a commit hook callback.
*
* @param aCallbackFn a callback function to be invoked on transactions
* commit. Pass nullptr to unregister the current callback.
* @param [optional] aData if provided, will be passed to the callback.
*/
void setCommitHook(int (*aCallbackFn)(void*), void* aData = nullptr) {
MOZ_ASSERT(mDBConn, "A connection must exist at this point");
::sqlite3_commit_hook(mDBConn, aCallbackFn, aData);
};
/**
* Gets autocommit status.
*/
bool getAutocommit() {
return mDBConn && static_cast<bool>(::sqlite3_get_autocommit(mDBConn));
};
/**
* Lazily creates and returns a background execution thread. In the future,
* the thread may be re-claimed if left idle, so you should call this
* method just before you dispatch and not save the reference.
*
* This must be called from the opener thread.
*
* @return an event target suitable for asynchronous statement execution.
* @note This method will return null once AsyncClose() has been called.
*/
nsIEventTarget* getAsyncExecutionTarget();
/**
* Mutex used by asynchronous statements to protect state. The mutex is
* declared on the connection object because there is no contention between
* asynchronous statements (they are serialized on mAsyncExecutionThread).
* Currently protects:
* - Connection.mAsyncExecutionThreadShuttingDown
* - Connection.mConnectionClosed
* - AsyncExecuteStatements.mCancelRequested
*/
Mutex sharedAsyncExecutionMutex;
/**
* Wraps the mutex that SQLite gives us from sqlite3_db_mutex. This is public
* because we already expose the sqlite3* native connection and proper
* operation of the deadlock detector requires everyone to use the same single
* SQLiteMutex instance for correctness.
*/
SQLiteMutex sharedDBMutex;
/**
* References the thread this database was opened on. This MUST be thread it
* is closed on.
*/
const nsCOMPtr<nsIThread> threadOpenedOn;
/**
* Closes the SQLite database, and warns about any non-finalized statements.
*/
nsresult internalClose(sqlite3* aDBConn);
/**
* Shuts down the passed-in async thread.
*/
void shutdownAsyncThread();
/**
* Obtains the filename of the connection. Useful for logging.
*/
nsCString getFilename();
/**
* Creates an sqlite3 prepared statement object from an SQL string.
*
* @param aNativeConnection
* The underlying Sqlite connection to prepare the statement with.
* @param aSQL
* The SQL statement string to compile.
* @param _stmt
* New sqlite3_stmt object.
* @return the result from sqlite3_prepare_v2.
*/
int prepareStatement(sqlite3* aNativeConnection, const nsCString& aSQL,
sqlite3_stmt** _stmt);
/**
* Performs a sqlite3_step on aStatement, while properly handling
* SQLITE_LOCKED when not on the main thread by waiting until we are notified.
*
* @param aNativeConnection
* The underlying Sqlite connection to step the statement with.
* @param aStatement
* A pointer to a sqlite3_stmt object.
* @return the result from sqlite3_step.
*/
int stepStatement(sqlite3* aNativeConnection, sqlite3_stmt* aStatement);
/**
* Raw connection transaction management.
*
* @see BeginTransactionAs, CommitTransaction, RollbackTransaction.
*/
nsresult beginTransactionInternal(
const SQLiteMutexAutoLock& aProofOfLock, sqlite3* aNativeConnection,
int32_t aTransactionType = TRANSACTION_DEFERRED);
nsresult commitTransactionInternal(const SQLiteMutexAutoLock& aProofOfLock,
sqlite3* aNativeConnection);
nsresult rollbackTransactionInternal(const SQLiteMutexAutoLock& aProofOfLock,
sqlite3* aNativeConnection);
/**
* Indicates if this database connection is open.
*/
inline bool connectionReady() { return mDBConn != nullptr; }
/**
* Indicates if this database connection has an open transaction. Because
* multiple threads can execute statements on the same connection, this method
* requires proof that the caller is holding `sharedDBMutex`.
*
* Per the SQLite docs, `sqlite3_get_autocommit` returns 0 if autocommit mode
* is disabled. `BEGIN` disables autocommit mode, and `COMMIT`, `ROLLBACK`, or
* an automatic rollback re-enables it.
*/
inline bool transactionInProgress(const SQLiteMutexAutoLock& aProofOfLock) {
return !getAutocommit();
}
/**
* Indicates if this database connection supports the given operation.
*
* @param aOperationType
* The operation type, sync or async.
* @return `true` if the operation is supported, `false` otherwise.
*/
bool operationSupported(ConnectionOperation aOperationType);
/**
* Thread-aware version of connectionReady, results per caller's thread are:
* - owner thread: Same as connectionReady(). True means we have a valid,
* un-closed database connection and it's not going away until you invoke
* Close() or AsyncClose().
* - async thread: Returns true at all times because you can't schedule
* runnables against the async thread after AsyncClose() has been called.
* Therefore, the connection is still around if your code is running.
* - any other thread: Race-prone Lies! If you are main-thread code in
* mozStorageService iterating over the list of connections, you need to
* acquire the sharedAsyncExecutionMutex for the connection, invoke
* connectionReady() while holding it, and then continue to hold it while
* you do whatever you need to do. This is because of off-main-thread
* consumers like dom/cache and IndexedDB and other QuotaManager clients.
*/
bool isConnectionReadyOnThisThread();
/**
* True if this connection has inited shutdown.
*/
bool isClosing();
/**
* True if the underlying connection is closed.
* Any sqlite resources may be lost when this returns true, so nothing should
* try to use them.
* This locks on sharedAsyncExecutionMutex.
*/
bool isClosed();
/**
* Same as isClosed(), but takes a proof-of-lock instead of locking
* internally.
*/
bool isClosed(MutexAutoLock& lock);
/**
* True if the async execution thread is alive and able to be used (i.e., it
* is not in the process of shutting down.)
*
* This must be called from the opener thread.
*/
bool isAsyncExecutionThreadAvailable();
nsresult initializeClone(Connection* aClone, bool aReadOnly);
/**
* Records a status from a sqlite statement.
*
* @param srv The sqlite result for the failure or SQLITE_OK.
*/
void RecordQueryStatus(int srv);
private:
~Connection();
nsresult initializeInternal();
void initializeFailed();
/**
* Records the status of an attempt to load a sqlite database to telemetry.
*
* @param rv The state of the load, success or failure.
*/
void RecordOpenStatus(nsresult rv);
/**
* Sets the database into a closed state so no further actions can be
* performed.
*
* @note mDBConn is set to nullptr in this method.
*/
nsresult setClosedState();
/**
* Helper for calls to sqlite3_exec. Reports long delays to Telemetry.
*
* @param aNativeConnection
* The underlying Sqlite connection to execute the query with.
* @param aSqlString
* SQL string to execute
* @return the result from sqlite3_exec.
*/
int executeSql(sqlite3* aNativeConnection, const char* aSqlString);
/**
* Describes a certain primitive type in the database.
*
* Possible Values Are:
* INDEX - To check for the existence of an index
* TABLE - To check for the existence of a table
*/
enum DatabaseElementType { INDEX, TABLE };
/**
* Determines if the specified primitive exists.
*
* @param aElementType
* The type of element to check the existence of
* @param aElementName
* The name of the element to check for
* @returns true if element exists, false otherwise
*/
nsresult databaseElementExists(enum DatabaseElementType aElementType,
const nsACString& aElementName, bool* _exists);
bool findFunctionByInstance(mozIStorageFunction* aInstance);
static int sProgressHelper(void* aArg);
// Generic progress handler
// Dispatch call to registered progress handler,
// if there is one. Do nothing in other cases.
int progressHandler();
/**
* Like `operationSupported`, but throws (and, in a debug build, asserts) if
* the operation is unsupported.
*/
nsresult ensureOperationSupported(ConnectionOperation aOperationType);
sqlite3* mDBConn;
nsCString mStorageKey;
nsCString mName;
nsCOMPtr<nsIFileURL> mFileURL;
nsCOMPtr<nsIFile> mDatabaseFile;
/**
* The filename that will be reported to telemetry for this connection. By
* default this will be the leaf of the path to the database file.
*/
nsCString mTelemetryFilename;
/**
* Lazily created thread for asynchronous statement execution. Consumers
* should use getAsyncExecutionTarget rather than directly accessing this
* field.
*
* This must be modified only on the opener thread.
*/
nsCOMPtr<nsIThread> mAsyncExecutionThread;
/**
* Set to true by Close() or AsyncClose() prior to shutdown.
*
* If false, we guarantee both that the underlying sqlite3 database
* connection is still open and that getAsyncExecutionTarget() can
* return a thread. Once true, either the sqlite3 database
* connection is being shutdown or it has been
* shutdown. Additionally, once true, getAsyncExecutionTarget()
* returns null.
*
* This variable should be accessed while holding the
* sharedAsyncExecutionMutex.
*/
bool mAsyncExecutionThreadShuttingDown;
/**
* Set to true just prior to calling sqlite3_close on the
* connection.
*
* This variable should be accessed while holding the
* sharedAsyncExecutionMutex.
*/
bool mConnectionClosed;
/**
* Stores the default behavior for all transactions run on this connection.
*/
mozilla::Atomic<int32_t> mDefaultTransactionType;
/**
* Used to trigger cleanup logic only the first time our refcount hits 1. We
* may trigger a failsafe Close() that invokes SpinningSynchronousClose()
* which invokes AsyncClose() which may bump our refcount back up to 2 (and
* which will then fall back down to 1 again). It's also possible that the
* Service may bump our refcount back above 1 if getConnections() runs before
* we invoke unregisterConnection().
*/
mozilla::Atomic<bool> mDestroying;
/**
* Stores the mapping of a given function by name to its instance. Access is
* protected by sharedDBMutex.
*/
nsTHashMap<nsCStringHashKey, FunctionInfo> mFunctions;
/**
* Stores the registered progress handler for the database connection. Access
* is protected by sharedDBMutex.
*/
nsCOMPtr<mozIStorageProgressHandler> mProgressHandler;
/**
* Stores the flags we passed to sqlite3_open_v2.
*/
const int mFlags;
/**
* Stores whether we should ask sqlite3_open_v2 to ignore locking.
*/
const bool mIgnoreLockingMode;
// This is here for two reasons: 1) It's used to make sure that the
// connections do not outlive the service. 2) Our custom collating functions
// call its localeCompareStrings() method.
RefPtr<Service> mStorageService;
/**
* Indicates which operations are supported on this connection.
*/
const ConnectionOperation mSupportedOperations;
nsresult synchronousClose();
uint32_t mTransactionNestingLevel;
};
/**
* A Runnable designed to call a mozIStorageCompletionCallback on
* the appropriate thread.
*/
class CallbackComplete final : public Runnable {
public:
/**
* @param aValue The result to pass to the callback. It must
* already be owned by the main thread.
* @param aCallback The callback. It must already be owned by the
* main thread.
*/
CallbackComplete(nsresult aStatus, nsISupports* aValue,
already_AddRefed<mozIStorageCompletionCallback> aCallback)
: Runnable("storage::CallbackComplete"),
mStatus(aStatus),
mValue(aValue),
mCallback(aCallback) {}
NS_IMETHOD Run() override {
MOZ_ASSERT(NS_IsMainThread());
nsresult rv = mCallback->Complete(mStatus, mValue);
// Ensure that we release on the main thread
mValue = nullptr;
mCallback = nullptr;
return rv;
}
private:
nsresult mStatus;
nsCOMPtr<nsISupports> mValue;
// This is a RefPtr<T> and not a nsCOMPtr<T> because
// nsCOMP<T> would cause an off-main thread QI, which
// is not a good idea (and crashes XPConnect).
RefPtr<mozIStorageCompletionCallback> mCallback;
};
} // namespace storage
} // namespace mozilla
/**
* Casting Connection to nsISupports is ambiguous.
* This method handles that.
*/
inline nsISupports* ToSupports(mozilla::storage::Connection* p) {
return NS_ISUPPORTS_CAST(mozIStorageAsyncConnection*, p);
}
#endif // mozilla_storage_Connection_h