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/*
* HTTP protocol analyzer
*
* Copyright 2000-2011 Willy Tarreau <w@1wt.eu>
*
* 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.
*
*/
#include <ctype.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <syslog.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <sys/socket.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <netinet/tcp.h>
#include <common/appsession.h>
#include <common/base64.h>
#include <common/chunk.h>
#include <common/compat.h>
#include <common/config.h>
#include <common/debug.h>
#include <common/memory.h>
#include <common/mini-clist.h>
#include <common/standard.h>
#include <common/ticks.h>
#include <common/time.h>
#include <common/uri_auth.h>
#include <common/version.h>
#include <types/capture.h>
#include <types/global.h>
#include <proto/acl.h>
#include <proto/arg.h>
#include <proto/auth.h>
#include <proto/backend.h>
#include <proto/channel.h>
#include <proto/checks.h>
#include <proto/compression.h>
#include <proto/dumpstats.h>
#include <proto/fd.h>
#include <proto/frontend.h>
#include <proto/log.h>
#include <proto/hdr_idx.h>
#include <proto/pattern.h>
#include <proto/proto_tcp.h>
#include <proto/proto_http.h>
#include <proto/proxy.h>
#include <proto/queue.h>
#include <proto/sample.h>
#include <proto/server.h>
#include <proto/session.h>
#include <proto/stream_interface.h>
#include <proto/task.h>
#include <proto/pattern.h>
const char HTTP_100[] =
"HTTP/1.1 100 Continue\r\n\r\n";
const struct chunk http_100_chunk = {
.str = (char *)&HTTP_100,
.len = sizeof(HTTP_100)-1
};
/* Warning: no "connection" header is provided with the 3xx messages below */
const char *HTTP_301 =
"HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently\r\n"
"Content-length: 0\r\n"
"Location: "; /* not terminated since it will be concatenated with the URL */
const char *HTTP_302 =
"HTTP/1.1 302 Found\r\n"
"Cache-Control: no-cache\r\n"
"Content-length: 0\r\n"
"Location: "; /* not terminated since it will be concatenated with the URL */
/* same as 302 except that the browser MUST retry with the GET method */
const char *HTTP_303 =
"HTTP/1.1 303 See Other\r\n"
"Cache-Control: no-cache\r\n"
"Content-length: 0\r\n"
"Location: "; /* not terminated since it will be concatenated with the URL */
/* same as 302 except that the browser MUST retry with the same method */
const char *HTTP_307 =
"HTTP/1.1 307 Temporary Redirect\r\n"
"Cache-Control: no-cache\r\n"
"Content-length: 0\r\n"
"Location: "; /* not terminated since it will be concatenated with the URL */
/* same as 301 except that the browser MUST retry with the same method */
const char *HTTP_308 =
"HTTP/1.1 308 Permanent Redirect\r\n"
"Content-length: 0\r\n"
"Location: "; /* not terminated since it will be concatenated with the URL */
/* Warning: this one is an sprintf() fmt string, with <realm> as its only argument */
const char *HTTP_401_fmt =
"HTTP/1.0 401 Unauthorized\r\n"
"Cache-Control: no-cache\r\n"
"Connection: close\r\n"
"Content-Type: text/html\r\n"
"WWW-Authenticate: Basic realm=\"%s\"\r\n"
"\r\n"
"<html><body><h1>401 Unauthorized</h1>\nYou need a valid user and password to access this content.\n</body></html>\n";
const char *HTTP_407_fmt =
"HTTP/1.0 407 Unauthorized\r\n"
"Cache-Control: no-cache\r\n"
"Connection: close\r\n"
"Content-Type: text/html\r\n"
"Proxy-Authenticate: Basic realm=\"%s\"\r\n"
"\r\n"
"<html><body><h1>407 Unauthorized</h1>\nYou need a valid user and password to access this content.\n</body></html>\n";
const int http_err_codes[HTTP_ERR_SIZE] = {
[HTTP_ERR_200] = 200, /* used by "monitor-uri" */
[HTTP_ERR_400] = 400,
[HTTP_ERR_403] = 403,
[HTTP_ERR_408] = 408,
[HTTP_ERR_500] = 500,
[HTTP_ERR_502] = 502,
[HTTP_ERR_503] = 503,
[HTTP_ERR_504] = 504,
};
static const char *http_err_msgs[HTTP_ERR_SIZE] = {
[HTTP_ERR_200] =
"HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\n"
"Cache-Control: no-cache\r\n"
"Connection: close\r\n"
"Content-Type: text/html\r\n"
"\r\n"
"<html><body><h1>200 OK</h1>\nService ready.\n</body></html>\n",
[HTTP_ERR_400] =
"HTTP/1.0 400 Bad request\r\n"
"Cache-Control: no-cache\r\n"
"Connection: close\r\n"
"Content-Type: text/html\r\n"
"\r\n"
"<html><body><h1>400 Bad request</h1>\nYour browser sent an invalid request.\n</body></html>\n",
[HTTP_ERR_403] =
"HTTP/1.0 403 Forbidden\r\n"
"Cache-Control: no-cache\r\n"
"Connection: close\r\n"
"Content-Type: text/html\r\n"
"\r\n"
"<html><body><h1>403 Forbidden</h1>\nRequest forbidden by administrative rules.\n</body></html>\n",
[HTTP_ERR_408] =
"HTTP/1.0 408 Request Time-out\r\n"
"Cache-Control: no-cache\r\n"
"Connection: close\r\n"
"Content-Type: text/html\r\n"
"\r\n"
"<html><body><h1>408 Request Time-out</h1>\nYour browser didn't send a complete request in time.\n</body></html>\n",
[HTTP_ERR_500] =
"HTTP/1.0 500 Server Error\r\n"
"Cache-Control: no-cache\r\n"
"Connection: close\r\n"
"Content-Type: text/html\r\n"
"\r\n"
"<html><body><h1>500 Server Error</h1>\nAn internal server error occured.\n</body></html>\n",
[HTTP_ERR_502] =
"HTTP/1.0 502 Bad Gateway\r\n"
"Cache-Control: no-cache\r\n"
"Connection: close\r\n"
"Content-Type: text/html\r\n"
"\r\n"
"<html><body><h1>502 Bad Gateway</h1>\nThe server returned an invalid or incomplete response.\n</body></html>\n",
[HTTP_ERR_503] =
"HTTP/1.0 503 Service Unavailable\r\n"
"Cache-Control: no-cache\r\n"
"Connection: close\r\n"
"Content-Type: text/html\r\n"
"\r\n"
"<html><body><h1>503 Service Unavailable</h1>\nNo server is available to handle this request.\n</body></html>\n",
[HTTP_ERR_504] =
"HTTP/1.0 504 Gateway Time-out\r\n"
"Cache-Control: no-cache\r\n"
"Connection: close\r\n"
"Content-Type: text/html\r\n"
"\r\n"
"<html><body><h1>504 Gateway Time-out</h1>\nThe server didn't respond in time.\n</body></html>\n",
};
/* status codes available for the stats admin page (strictly 4 chars length) */
const char *stat_status_codes[STAT_STATUS_SIZE] = {
[STAT_STATUS_DENY] = "DENY",
[STAT_STATUS_DONE] = "DONE",
[STAT_STATUS_ERRP] = "ERRP",
[STAT_STATUS_EXCD] = "EXCD",
[STAT_STATUS_NONE] = "NONE",
[STAT_STATUS_PART] = "PART",
[STAT_STATUS_UNKN] = "UNKN",
};
/* List head of all known action keywords for "http-request" */
struct http_req_action_kw_list http_req_keywords = {
.list = LIST_HEAD_INIT(http_req_keywords.list)
};
/* List head of all known action keywords for "http-response" */
struct http_res_action_kw_list http_res_keywords = {
.list = LIST_HEAD_INIT(http_res_keywords.list)
};
/* We must put the messages here since GCC cannot initialize consts depending
* on strlen().
*/
struct chunk http_err_chunks[HTTP_ERR_SIZE];
/* this struct is used between calls to smp_fetch_hdr() or smp_fetch_cookie() */
static struct hdr_ctx static_hdr_ctx;
#define FD_SETS_ARE_BITFIELDS
#ifdef FD_SETS_ARE_BITFIELDS
/*
* This map is used with all the FD_* macros to check whether a particular bit
* is set or not. Each bit represents an ACSII code. FD_SET() sets those bytes
* which should be encoded. When FD_ISSET() returns non-zero, it means that the
* byte should be encoded. Be careful to always pass bytes from 0 to 255
* exclusively to the macros.
*/
fd_set hdr_encode_map[(sizeof(fd_set) > (256/8)) ? 1 : ((256/8) / sizeof(fd_set))];
fd_set url_encode_map[(sizeof(fd_set) > (256/8)) ? 1 : ((256/8) / sizeof(fd_set))];
fd_set http_encode_map[(sizeof(fd_set) > (256/8)) ? 1 : ((256/8) / sizeof(fd_set))];
#else
#error "Check if your OS uses bitfields for fd_sets"
#endif
static int http_apply_redirect_rule(struct redirect_rule *rule, struct session *s, struct http_txn *txn);
void init_proto_http()
{
int i;
char *tmp;
int msg;
for (msg = 0; msg < HTTP_ERR_SIZE; msg++) {
if (!http_err_msgs[msg]) {
Alert("Internal error: no message defined for HTTP return code %d. Aborting.\n", msg);
abort();
}
http_err_chunks[msg].str = (char *)http_err_msgs[msg];
http_err_chunks[msg].len = strlen(http_err_msgs[msg]);
}
/* initialize the log header encoding map : '{|}"#' should be encoded with
* '#' as prefix, as well as non-printable characters ( <32 or >= 127 ).
* URL encoding only requires '"', '#' to be encoded as well as non-
* printable characters above.
*/
memset(hdr_encode_map, 0, sizeof(hdr_encode_map));
memset(url_encode_map, 0, sizeof(url_encode_map));
memset(http_encode_map, 0, sizeof(url_encode_map));
for (i = 0; i < 32; i++) {
FD_SET(i, hdr_encode_map);
FD_SET(i, url_encode_map);
}
for (i = 127; i < 256; i++) {
FD_SET(i, hdr_encode_map);
FD_SET(i, url_encode_map);
}
tmp = "\"#{|}";
while (*tmp) {
FD_SET(*tmp, hdr_encode_map);
tmp++;
}
tmp = "\"#";
while (*tmp) {
FD_SET(*tmp, url_encode_map);
tmp++;
}
/* initialize the http header encoding map. The draft httpbis define the
* header content as:
*
* HTTP-message = start-line
* *( header-field CRLF )
* CRLF
* [ message-body ]
* header-field = field-name ":" OWS field-value OWS
* field-value = *( field-content / obs-fold )
* field-content = field-vchar [ 1*( SP / HTAB ) field-vchar ]
* obs-fold = CRLF 1*( SP / HTAB )
* field-vchar = VCHAR / obs-text
* VCHAR = %x21-7E
* obs-text = %x80-FF
*
* All the chars are encoded except "VCHAR", "obs-text", SP and HTAB.
* The encoded chars are form 0x00 to 0x08, 0x0a to 0x1f and 0x7f. The
* "obs-fold" is volontary forgotten because haproxy remove this.
*/
memset(http_encode_map, 0, sizeof(http_encode_map));
for (i = 0x00; i <= 0x08; i++)
FD_SET(i, http_encode_map);
for (i = 0x0a; i <= 0x1f; i++)
FD_SET(i, http_encode_map);
FD_SET(0x7f, http_encode_map);
/* memory allocations */
pool2_requri = create_pool("requri", REQURI_LEN, MEM_F_SHARED);
pool2_uniqueid = create_pool("uniqueid", UNIQUEID_LEN, MEM_F_SHARED);
}
/*
* We have 26 list of methods (1 per first letter), each of which can have
* up to 3 entries (2 valid, 1 null).
*/
struct http_method_desc {
enum http_meth_t meth;
int len;
const char text[8];
};
const struct http_method_desc http_methods[26][3] = {
['C' - 'A'] = {
[0] = { .meth = HTTP_METH_CONNECT , .len=7, .text="CONNECT" },
},
['D' - 'A'] = {
[0] = { .meth = HTTP_METH_DELETE , .len=6, .text="DELETE" },
},
['G' - 'A'] = {
[0] = { .meth = HTTP_METH_GET , .len=3, .text="GET" },
},
['H' - 'A'] = {
[0] = { .meth = HTTP_METH_HEAD , .len=4, .text="HEAD" },
},
['O' - 'A'] = {
[0] = { .meth = HTTP_METH_OPTIONS , .len=7, .text="OPTIONS" },
},
['P' - 'A'] = {
[0] = { .meth = HTTP_METH_POST , .len=4, .text="POST" },
[1] = { .meth = HTTP_METH_PUT , .len=3, .text="PUT" },
},
['T' - 'A'] = {
[0] = { .meth = HTTP_METH_TRACE , .len=5, .text="TRACE" },
},
/* rest is empty like this :
* [0] = { .meth = HTTP_METH_OTHER , .len=0, .text="" },
*/
};
const struct http_method_name http_known_methods[HTTP_METH_OTHER] = {
[HTTP_METH_OPTIONS] = { "OPTIONS", 7 },
[HTTP_METH_GET] = { "GET", 3 },
[HTTP_METH_HEAD] = { "HEAD", 4 },
[HTTP_METH_POST] = { "POST", 4 },
[HTTP_METH_PUT] = { "PUT", 3 },
[HTTP_METH_DELETE] = { "DELETE", 6 },
[HTTP_METH_TRACE] = { "TRACE", 5 },
[HTTP_METH_CONNECT] = { "CONNECT", 7 },
};
/* It is about twice as fast on recent architectures to lookup a byte in a
* table than to perform a boolean AND or OR between two tests. Refer to
* RFC2616 for those chars.
*/
const char http_is_spht[256] = {
[' '] = 1, ['\t'] = 1,
};
const char http_is_crlf[256] = {
['\r'] = 1, ['\n'] = 1,
};
const char http_is_lws[256] = {
[' '] = 1, ['\t'] = 1,
['\r'] = 1, ['\n'] = 1,
};
const char http_is_sep[256] = {
['('] = 1, [')'] = 1, ['<'] = 1, ['>'] = 1,
['@'] = 1, [','] = 1, [';'] = 1, [':'] = 1,
['"'] = 1, ['/'] = 1, ['['] = 1, [']'] = 1,
['{'] = 1, ['}'] = 1, ['?'] = 1, ['='] = 1,
[' '] = 1, ['\t'] = 1, ['\\'] = 1,
};
const char http_is_ctl[256] = {
[0 ... 31] = 1,
[127] = 1,
};
/*
* A token is any ASCII char that is neither a separator nor a CTL char.
* Do not overwrite values in assignment since gcc-2.95 will not handle
* them correctly. Instead, define every non-CTL char's status.
*/
const char http_is_token[256] = {
[' '] = 0, ['!'] = 1, ['"'] = 0, ['#'] = 1,
['$'] = 1, ['%'] = 1, ['&'] = 1, ['\''] = 1,
['('] = 0, [')'] = 0, ['*'] = 1, ['+'] = 1,
[','] = 0, ['-'] = 1, ['.'] = 1, ['/'] = 0,
['0'] = 1, ['1'] = 1, ['2'] = 1, ['3'] = 1,
['4'] = 1, ['5'] = 1, ['6'] = 1, ['7'] = 1,
['8'] = 1, ['9'] = 1, [':'] = 0, [';'] = 0,
['<'] = 0, ['='] = 0, ['>'] = 0, ['?'] = 0,
['@'] = 0, ['A'] = 1, ['B'] = 1, ['C'] = 1,
['D'] = 1, ['E'] = 1, ['F'] = 1, ['G'] = 1,
['H'] = 1, ['I'] = 1, ['J'] = 1, ['K'] = 1,
['L'] = 1, ['M'] = 1, ['N'] = 1, ['O'] = 1,
['P'] = 1, ['Q'] = 1, ['R'] = 1, ['S'] = 1,
['T'] = 1, ['U'] = 1, ['V'] = 1, ['W'] = 1,
['X'] = 1, ['Y'] = 1, ['Z'] = 1, ['['] = 0,
['\\'] = 0, [']'] = 0, ['^'] = 1, ['_'] = 1,
['`'] = 1, ['a'] = 1, ['b'] = 1, ['c'] = 1,
['d'] = 1, ['e'] = 1, ['f'] = 1, ['g'] = 1,
['h'] = 1, ['i'] = 1, ['j'] = 1, ['k'] = 1,
['l'] = 1, ['m'] = 1, ['n'] = 1, ['o'] = 1,
['p'] = 1, ['q'] = 1, ['r'] = 1, ['s'] = 1,
['t'] = 1, ['u'] = 1, ['v'] = 1, ['w'] = 1,
['x'] = 1, ['y'] = 1, ['z'] = 1, ['{'] = 0,
['|'] = 1, ['}'] = 0, ['~'] = 1,
};
/*
* An http ver_token is any ASCII which can be found in an HTTP version,
* which includes 'H', 'T', 'P', '/', '.' and any digit.
*/
const char http_is_ver_token[256] = {
['.'] = 1, ['/'] = 1,
['0'] = 1, ['1'] = 1, ['2'] = 1, ['3'] = 1, ['4'] = 1,
['5'] = 1, ['6'] = 1, ['7'] = 1, ['8'] = 1, ['9'] = 1,
['H'] = 1, ['P'] = 1, ['T'] = 1,
};
/*
* Adds a header and its CRLF at the tail of the message's buffer, just before
* the last CRLF. Text length is measured first, so it cannot be NULL.
* The header is also automatically added to the index <hdr_idx>, and the end
* of headers is automatically adjusted. The number of bytes added is returned
* on success, otherwise <0 is returned indicating an error.
*/
int http_header_add_tail(struct http_msg *msg, struct hdr_idx *hdr_idx, const char *text)
{
int bytes, len;
len = strlen(text);
bytes = buffer_insert_line2(msg->chn->buf, msg->chn->buf->p + msg->eoh, text, len);
if (!bytes)
return -1;
http_msg_move_end(msg, bytes);
return hdr_idx_add(len, 1, hdr_idx, hdr_idx->tail);
}
/*
* Adds a header and its CRLF at the tail of the message's buffer, just before
* the last CRLF. <len> bytes are copied, not counting the CRLF. If <text> is NULL, then
* the buffer is only opened and the space reserved, but nothing is copied.
* The header is also automatically added to the index <hdr_idx>, and the end
* of headers is automatically adjusted. The number of bytes added is returned
* on success, otherwise <0 is returned indicating an error.
*/
int http_header_add_tail2(struct http_msg *msg,
struct hdr_idx *hdr_idx, const char *text, int len)
{
int bytes;
bytes = buffer_insert_line2(msg->chn->buf, msg->chn->buf->p + msg->eoh, text, len);
if (!bytes)
return -1;
http_msg_move_end(msg, bytes);
return hdr_idx_add(len, 1, hdr_idx, hdr_idx->tail);
}
/*
* Checks if <hdr> is exactly <name> for <len> chars, and ends with a colon.
* If so, returns the position of the first non-space character relative to
* <hdr>, or <end>-<hdr> if not found before. If no value is found, it tries
* to return a pointer to the place after the first space. Returns 0 if the
* header name does not match. Checks are case-insensitive.
*/
int http_header_match2(const char *hdr, const char *end,
const char *name, int len)
{
const char *val;
if (hdr + len >= end)
return 0;
if (hdr[len] != ':')
return 0;
if (strncasecmp(hdr, name, len) != 0)
return 0;
val = hdr + len + 1;
while (val < end && HTTP_IS_SPHT(*val))
val++;
if ((val >= end) && (len + 2 <= end - hdr))
return len + 2; /* we may replace starting from second space */
return val - hdr;
}
/* Find the first or next occurrence of header <name> in message buffer <sol>
* using headers index <idx>, and return it in the <ctx> structure. This
* structure holds everything necessary to use the header and find next
* occurrence. If its <idx> member is 0, the header is searched from the
* beginning. Otherwise, the next occurrence is returned. The function returns
* 1 when it finds a value, and 0 when there is no more. It is very similar to
* http_find_header2() except that it is designed to work with full-line headers
* whose comma is not a delimiter but is part of the syntax. As a special case,
* if ctx->val is NULL when searching for a new values of a header, the current
* header is rescanned. This allows rescanning after a header deletion.
*/
int http_find_full_header2(const char *name, int len,
char *sol, struct hdr_idx *idx,
struct hdr_ctx *ctx)
{
char *eol, *sov;
int cur_idx, old_idx;
cur_idx = ctx->idx;
if (cur_idx) {
/* We have previously returned a header, let's search another one */
sol = ctx->line;
eol = sol + idx->v[cur_idx].len;
goto next_hdr;
}
/* first request for this header */
sol += hdr_idx_first_pos(idx);
old_idx = 0;
cur_idx = hdr_idx_first_idx(idx);
while (cur_idx) {
eol = sol + idx->v[cur_idx].len;
if (len == 0) {
/* No argument was passed, we want any header.
* To achieve this, we simply build a fake request. */
while (sol + len < eol && sol[len] != ':')
len++;
name = sol;
}
if ((len < eol - sol) &&
(sol[len] == ':') &&
(strncasecmp(sol, name, len) == 0)) {
ctx->del = len;
sov = sol + len + 1;
while (sov < eol && http_is_lws[(unsigned char)*sov])
sov++;
ctx->line = sol;
ctx->prev = old_idx;
ctx->idx = cur_idx;
ctx->val = sov - sol;
ctx->tws = 0;
while (eol > sov && http_is_lws[(unsigned char)*(eol - 1)]) {
eol--;
ctx->tws++;
}
ctx->vlen = eol - sov;
return 1;
}
next_hdr:
sol = eol + idx->v[cur_idx].cr + 1;
old_idx = cur_idx;
cur_idx = idx->v[cur_idx].next;
}
return 0;
}
/* Find the end of the header value contained between <s> and <e>. See RFC2616,
* par 2.2 for more information. Note that it requires a valid header to return
* a valid result. This works for headers defined as comma-separated lists.
*/
char *find_hdr_value_end(char *s, const char *e)
{
int quoted, qdpair;
quoted = qdpair = 0;
for (; s < e; s++) {
if (qdpair) qdpair = 0;
else if (quoted) {
if (*s == '\\') qdpair = 1;
else if (*s == '"') quoted = 0;
}
else if (*s == '"') quoted = 1;
else if (*s == ',') return s;
}
return s;
}
/* Find the first or next occurrence of header <name> in message buffer <sol>
* using headers index <idx>, and return it in the <ctx> structure. This
* structure holds everything necessary to use the header and find next
* occurrence. If its <idx> member is 0, the header is searched from the
* beginning. Otherwise, the next occurrence is returned. The function returns
* 1 when it finds a value, and 0 when there is no more. It is designed to work
* with headers defined as comma-separated lists. As a special case, if ctx->val
* is NULL when searching for a new values of a header, the current header is
* rescanned. This allows rescanning after a header deletion.
*/
int http_find_header2(const char *name, int len,
char *sol, struct hdr_idx *idx,
struct hdr_ctx *ctx)
{
char *eol, *sov;
int cur_idx, old_idx;
cur_idx = ctx->idx;
if (cur_idx) {
/* We have previously returned a value, let's search
* another one on the same line.
*/
sol = ctx->line;
ctx->del = ctx->val + ctx->vlen + ctx->tws;
sov = sol + ctx->del;
eol = sol + idx->v[cur_idx].len;
if (sov >= eol)
/* no more values in this header */
goto next_hdr;
/* values remaining for this header, skip the comma but save it
* for later use (eg: for header deletion).
*/
sov++;
while (sov < eol && http_is_lws[(unsigned char)*sov])
sov++;
goto return_hdr;
}
/* first request for this header */
sol += hdr_idx_first_pos(idx);
old_idx = 0;
cur_idx = hdr_idx_first_idx(idx);
while (cur_idx) {
eol = sol + idx->v[cur_idx].len;
if (len == 0) {
/* No argument was passed, we want any header.
* To achieve this, we simply build a fake request. */
while (sol + len < eol && sol[len] != ':')
len++;
name = sol;
}
if ((len < eol - sol) &&
(sol[len] == ':') &&
(strncasecmp(sol, name, len) == 0)) {
ctx->del = len;
sov = sol + len + 1;
while (sov < eol && http_is_lws[(unsigned char)*sov])
sov++;
ctx->line = sol;
ctx->prev = old_idx;
return_hdr:
ctx->idx = cur_idx;
ctx->val = sov - sol;
eol = find_hdr_value_end(sov, eol);
ctx->tws = 0;
while (eol > sov && http_is_lws[(unsigned char)*(eol - 1)]) {
eol--;
ctx->tws++;
}
ctx->vlen = eol - sov;
return 1;
}
next_hdr:
sol = eol + idx->v[cur_idx].cr + 1;
old_idx = cur_idx;
cur_idx = idx->v[cur_idx].next;
}
return 0;
}
int http_find_header(const char *name,
char *sol, struct hdr_idx *idx,
struct hdr_ctx *ctx)
{
return http_find_header2(name, strlen(name), sol, idx, ctx);
}
/* Remove one value of a header. This only works on a <ctx> returned by one of
* the http_find_header functions. The value is removed, as well as surrounding
* commas if any. If the removed value was alone, the whole header is removed.
* The ctx is always updated accordingly, as well as the buffer and HTTP
* message <msg>. The new index is returned. If it is zero, it means there is
* no more header, so any processing may stop. The ctx is always left in a form
* that can be handled by http_find_header2() to find next occurrence.
*/
int http_remove_header2(struct http_msg *msg, struct hdr_idx *idx, struct hdr_ctx *ctx)
{
int cur_idx = ctx->idx;
char *sol = ctx->line;
struct hdr_idx_elem *hdr;
int delta, skip_comma;
if (!cur_idx)
return 0;
hdr = &idx->v[cur_idx];
if (sol[ctx->del] == ':' && ctx->val + ctx->vlen + ctx->tws == hdr->len) {
/* This was the only value of the header, we must now remove it entirely. */
delta = buffer_replace2(msg->chn->buf, sol, sol + hdr->len + hdr->cr + 1, NULL, 0);
http_msg_move_end(msg, delta);
idx->used--;
hdr->len = 0; /* unused entry */
idx->v[ctx->prev].next = idx->v[ctx->idx].next;
if (idx->tail == ctx->idx)
idx->tail = ctx->prev;
ctx->idx = ctx->prev; /* walk back to the end of previous header */
ctx->line -= idx->v[ctx->idx].len + idx->v[ctx->idx].cr + 1;
ctx->val = idx->v[ctx->idx].len; /* point to end of previous header */
ctx->tws = ctx->vlen = 0;
return ctx->idx;
}
/* This was not the only value of this header. We have to remove between
* ctx->del+1 and ctx->val+ctx->vlen+ctx->tws+1 included. If it is the
* last entry of the list, we remove the last separator.
*/
skip_comma = (ctx->val + ctx->vlen + ctx->tws == hdr->len) ? 0 : 1;
delta = buffer_replace2(msg->chn->buf, sol + ctx->del + skip_comma,
sol + ctx->val + ctx->vlen + ctx->tws + skip_comma,
NULL, 0);
hdr->len += delta;
http_msg_move_end(msg, delta);
ctx->val = ctx->del;
ctx->tws = ctx->vlen = 0;
return ctx->idx;
}
/* This function handles a server error at the stream interface level. The
* stream interface is assumed to be already in a closed state. An optional
* message is copied into the input buffer, and an HTTP status code stored.
* The error flags are set to the values in arguments. Any pending request
* in this buffer will be lost.
*/
static void http_server_error(struct session *s, struct stream_interface *si,
int err, int finst, int status, const struct chunk *msg)
{
channel_auto_read(si->ob);
channel_abort(si->ob);
channel_auto_close(si->ob);
channel_erase(si->ob);
channel_auto_close(si->ib);
channel_auto_read(si->ib);
if (status > 0 && msg) {
s->txn.status = status;
bo_inject(si->ib, msg->str, msg->len);
}
if (!(s->flags & SN_ERR_MASK))
s->flags |= err;
if (!(s->flags & SN_FINST_MASK))
s->flags |= finst;
}
/* This function returns the appropriate error location for the given session
* and message.
*/
struct chunk *http_error_message(struct session *s, int msgnum)
{
if (s->be->errmsg[msgnum].str)
return &s->be->errmsg[msgnum];
else if (s->fe->errmsg[msgnum].str)
return &s->fe->errmsg[msgnum];
else
return &http_err_chunks[msgnum];
}
/*
* returns a known method among HTTP_METH_* or HTTP_METH_OTHER for all unknown
* ones.
*/
enum http_meth_t find_http_meth(const char *str, const int len)
{
unsigned char m;
const struct http_method_desc *h;
m = ((unsigned)*str - 'A');
if (m < 26) {
for (h = http_methods[m]; h->len > 0; h++) {
if (unlikely(h->len != len))
continue;
if (likely(memcmp(str, h->text, h->len) == 0))
return h->meth;
};
}
return HTTP_METH_OTHER;
}
/* Parse the URI from the given transaction (which is assumed to be in request
* phase) and look for the "/" beginning the PATH. If not found, return NULL.
* It is returned otherwise.
*/
static char *
http_get_path(struct http_txn *txn)
{
char *ptr, *end;
ptr = txn->req.chn->buf->p + txn->req.sl.rq.u;
end = ptr + txn->req.sl.rq.u_l;
if (ptr >= end)
return NULL;
/* RFC2616, par. 5.1.2 :
* Request-URI = "*" | absuri | abspath | authority
*/
if (*ptr == '*')
return NULL;
if (isalpha((unsigned char)*ptr)) {
/* this is a scheme as described by RFC3986, par. 3.1 */
ptr++;
while (ptr < end &&
(isalnum((unsigned char)*ptr) || *ptr == '+' || *ptr == '-' || *ptr == '.'))
ptr++;
/* skip '://' */
if (ptr == end || *ptr++ != ':')
return NULL;
if (ptr == end || *ptr++ != '/')
return NULL;
if (ptr == end || *ptr++ != '/')
return NULL;
}
/* skip [user[:passwd]@]host[:[port]] */
while (ptr < end && *ptr != '/')
ptr++;
if (ptr == end)
return NULL;
/* OK, we got the '/' ! */
return ptr;
}
/* Parse the URI from the given string and look for the "/" beginning the PATH.
* If not found, return NULL. It is returned otherwise.
*/
static char *
http_get_path_from_string(char *str)
{
char *ptr = str;
/* RFC2616, par. 5.1.2 :
* Request-URI = "*" | absuri | abspath | authority
*/
if (*ptr == '*')
return NULL;
if (isalpha((unsigned char)*ptr)) {
/* this is a scheme as described by RFC3986, par. 3.1 */
ptr++;
while (isalnum((unsigned char)*ptr) || *ptr == '+' || *ptr == '-' || *ptr == '.')
ptr++;
/* skip '://' */
if (*ptr == '\0' || *ptr++ != ':')
return NULL;
if (*ptr == '\0' || *ptr++ != '/')
return NULL;
if (*ptr == '\0' || *ptr++ != '/')
return NULL;
}
/* skip [user[:passwd]@]host[:[port]] */
while (*ptr != '\0' && *ptr != ' ' && *ptr != '/')
ptr++;
if (*ptr == '\0' || *ptr == ' ')
return NULL;
/* OK, we got the '/' ! */
return ptr;
}
/* Returns a 302 for a redirectable request that reaches a server working in
* in redirect mode. This may only be called just after the stream interface
* has moved to SI_ST_ASS. Unprocessable requests are left unchanged and will
* follow normal proxy processing. NOTE: this function is designed to support
* being called once data are scheduled for forwarding.
*/
void http_perform_server_redirect(struct session *s, struct stream_interface *si)
{
struct http_txn *txn;
struct server *srv;
char *path;
int len, rewind;
/* 1: create the response header */
trash.len = strlen(HTTP_302);
memcpy(trash.str, HTTP_302, trash.len);
srv = objt_server(s->target);
/* 2: add the server's prefix */
if (trash.len + srv->rdr_len > trash.size)
return;
/* special prefix "/" means don't change URL */
if (srv->rdr_len != 1 || *srv->rdr_pfx != '/') {
memcpy(trash.str + trash.len, srv->rdr_pfx, srv->rdr_len);
trash.len += srv->rdr_len;
}
/* 3: add the request URI. Since it was already forwarded, we need
* to temporarily rewind the buffer.
*/
txn = &s->txn;
b_rew(s->req->buf, rewind = http_hdr_rewind(&txn->req));
path = http_get_path(txn);
len = buffer_count(s->req->buf, path, b_ptr(s->req->buf, txn->req.sl.rq.u + txn->req.sl.rq.u_l));
b_adv(s->req->buf, rewind);
if (!path)
return;
if (trash.len + len > trash.size - 4) /* 4 for CRLF-CRLF */
return;
memcpy(trash.str + trash.len, path, len);
trash.len += len;
if (unlikely(txn->flags & TX_USE_PX_CONN)) {
memcpy(trash.str + trash.len, "\r\nProxy-Connection: close\r\n\r\n", 29);
trash.len += 29;
} else {
memcpy(trash.str + trash.len, "\r\nConnection: close\r\n\r\n", 23);
trash.len += 23;
}
/* prepare to return without error. */
si_shutr(si);
si_shutw(si);
si->err_type = SI_ET_NONE;
si->state = SI_ST_CLO;
/* send the message */
http_server_error(s, si, SN_ERR_LOCAL, SN_FINST_C, 302, &trash);
/* FIXME: we should increase a counter of redirects per server and per backend. */
srv_inc_sess_ctr(srv);
srv_set_sess_last(srv);
}
/* Return the error message corresponding to si->err_type. It is assumed
* that the server side is closed. Note that err_type is actually a
* bitmask, where almost only aborts may be cumulated with other
* values. We consider that aborted operations are more important
* than timeouts or errors due to the fact that nobody else in the
* logs might explain incomplete retries. All others should avoid
* being cumulated. It should normally not be possible to have multiple
* aborts at once, but just in case, the first one in sequence is reported.
* Note that connection errors appearing on the second request of a keep-alive
* connection are not reported since this allows the client to retry.
*/
void http_return_srv_error(struct session *s, struct stream_interface *si)
{
int err_type = si->err_type;
if (err_type & SI_ET_QUEUE_ABRT)
http_server_error(s, si, SN_ERR_CLICL, SN_FINST_Q,
503, http_error_message(s, HTTP_ERR_503));
else if (err_type & SI_ET_CONN_ABRT)
http_server_error(s, si, SN_ERR_CLICL, SN_FINST_C,
503, (s->txn.flags & TX_NOT_FIRST) ? NULL :
http_error_message(s, HTTP_ERR_503));
else if (err_type & SI_ET_QUEUE_TO)
http_server_error(s, si, SN_ERR_SRVTO, SN_FINST_Q,
503, http_error_message(s, HTTP_ERR_503));
else if (err_type & SI_ET_QUEUE_ERR)
http_server_error(s, si, SN_ERR_SRVCL, SN_FINST_Q,
503, http_error_message(s, HTTP_ERR_503));
else if (err_type & SI_ET_CONN_TO)
http_server_error(s, si, SN_ERR_SRVTO, SN_FINST_C,
503, (s->txn.flags & TX_NOT_FIRST) ? NULL :
http_error_message(s, HTTP_ERR_503));
else if (err_type & SI_ET_CONN_ERR)
http_server_error(s, si, SN_ERR_SRVCL, SN_FINST_C,
503, (s->flags & SN_SRV_REUSED) ? NULL :
http_error_message(s, HTTP_ERR_503));
else if (err_type & SI_ET_CONN_RES)
http_server_error(s, si, SN_ERR_RESOURCE, SN_FINST_C,
503, (s->txn.flags & TX_NOT_FIRST) ? NULL :
http_error_message(s, HTTP_ERR_503));
else /* SI_ET_CONN_OTHER and others */
http_server_error(s, si, SN_ERR_INTERNAL, SN_FINST_C,
500, http_error_message(s, HTTP_ERR_500));
}
extern const char sess_term_cond[8];
extern const char sess_fin_state[8];
extern const char *monthname[12];
struct pool_head *pool2_requri;
struct pool_head *pool2_capture = NULL;
struct pool_head *pool2_uniqueid;
/*
* Capture headers from message starting at <som> according to header list
* <cap_hdr>, and fill the <cap> pointers appropriately.
*/
void capture_headers(char *som, struct hdr_idx *idx,
char **cap, struct cap_hdr *cap_hdr)
{
char *eol, *sol, *col, *sov;
int cur_idx;
struct cap_hdr *h;
int len;
sol = som + hdr_idx_first_pos(idx);
cur_idx = hdr_idx_first_idx(idx);
while (cur_idx) {
eol = sol + idx->v[cur_idx].len;
col = sol;
while (col < eol && *col != ':')
col++;
sov = col + 1;
while (sov < eol && http_is_lws[(unsigned char)*sov])
sov++;
for (h = cap_hdr; h; h = h->next) {
if (h->namelen && (h->namelen == col - sol) &&
(strncasecmp(sol, h->name, h->namelen) == 0)) {
if (cap[h->index] == NULL)
cap[h->index] =
pool_alloc2(h->pool);
if (cap[h->index] == NULL) {
Alert("HTTP capture : out of memory.\n");
continue;
}
len = eol - sov;
if (len > h->len)
len = h->len;
memcpy(cap[h->index], sov, len);
cap[h->index][len]=0;
}
}
sol = eol + idx->v[cur_idx].cr + 1;
cur_idx = idx->v[cur_idx].next;
}
}
/* either we find an LF at <ptr> or we jump to <bad>.
*/
#define EXPECT_LF_HERE(ptr, bad) do { if (unlikely(*(ptr) != '\n')) goto bad; } while (0)
/* plays with variables <ptr>, <end> and <state>. Jumps to <good> if OK,
* otherwise to <http_msg_ood> with <state> set to <st>.
*/
#define EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(good, st) do { \
ptr++; \
if (likely(ptr < end)) \
goto good; \
else { \
state = (st); \
goto http_msg_ood; \
} \
} while (0)
/*
* This function parses a status line between <ptr> and <end>, starting with
* parser state <state>. Only states HTTP_MSG_RPVER, HTTP_MSG_RPVER_SP,
* HTTP_MSG_RPCODE, HTTP_MSG_RPCODE_SP and HTTP_MSG_RPREASON are handled. Others
* will give undefined results.
* Note that it is upon the caller's responsibility to ensure that ptr < end,
* and that msg->sol points to the beginning of the response.
* If a complete line is found (which implies that at least one CR or LF is
* found before <end>, the updated <ptr> is returned, otherwise NULL is
* returned indicating an incomplete line (which does not mean that parts have
* not been updated). In the incomplete case, if <ret_ptr> or <ret_state> are
* non-NULL, they are fed with the new <ptr> and <state> values to be passed
* upon next call.
*
* This function was intentionally designed to be called from
* http_msg_analyzer() with the lowest overhead. It should integrate perfectly
* within its state machine and use the same macros, hence the need for same
* labels and variable names. Note that msg->sol is left unchanged.
*/
const char *http_parse_stsline(struct http_msg *msg,
enum ht_state state, const char *ptr, const char *end,
unsigned int *ret_ptr, enum ht_state *ret_state)
{
const char *msg_start = msg->chn->buf->p;
switch (state) {
case HTTP_MSG_RPVER:
http_msg_rpver:
if (likely(HTTP_IS_VER_TOKEN(*ptr)))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rpver, HTTP_MSG_RPVER);
if (likely(HTTP_IS_SPHT(*ptr))) {
msg->sl.st.v_l = ptr - msg_start;
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rpver_sp, HTTP_MSG_RPVER_SP);
}
state = HTTP_MSG_ERROR;
break;
case HTTP_MSG_RPVER_SP:
http_msg_rpver_sp:
if (likely(!HTTP_IS_LWS(*ptr))) {
msg->sl.st.c = ptr - msg_start;
goto http_msg_rpcode;
}
if (likely(HTTP_IS_SPHT(*ptr)))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rpver_sp, HTTP_MSG_RPVER_SP);
/* so it's a CR/LF, this is invalid */
state = HTTP_MSG_ERROR;
break;
case HTTP_MSG_RPCODE:
http_msg_rpcode:
if (likely(!HTTP_IS_LWS(*ptr)))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rpcode, HTTP_MSG_RPCODE);
if (likely(HTTP_IS_SPHT(*ptr))) {
msg->sl.st.c_l = ptr - msg_start - msg->sl.st.c;
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rpcode_sp, HTTP_MSG_RPCODE_SP);
}
/* so it's a CR/LF, so there is no reason phrase */
msg->sl.st.c_l = ptr - msg_start - msg->sl.st.c;
http_msg_rsp_reason:
/* FIXME: should we support HTTP responses without any reason phrase ? */
msg->sl.st.r = ptr - msg_start;
msg->sl.st.r_l = 0;
goto http_msg_rpline_eol;
case HTTP_MSG_RPCODE_SP:
http_msg_rpcode_sp:
if (likely(!HTTP_IS_LWS(*ptr))) {
msg->sl.st.r = ptr - msg_start;
goto http_msg_rpreason;
}
if (likely(HTTP_IS_SPHT(*ptr)))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rpcode_sp, HTTP_MSG_RPCODE_SP);
/* so it's a CR/LF, so there is no reason phrase */
goto http_msg_rsp_reason;
case HTTP_MSG_RPREASON:
http_msg_rpreason:
if (likely(!HTTP_IS_CRLF(*ptr)))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rpreason, HTTP_MSG_RPREASON);
msg->sl.st.r_l = ptr - msg_start - msg->sl.st.r;
http_msg_rpline_eol:
/* We have seen the end of line. Note that we do not
* necessarily have the \n yet, but at least we know that we
* have EITHER \r OR \n, otherwise the response would not be
* complete. We can then record the response length and return
* to the caller which will be able to register it.
*/
msg->sl.st.l = ptr - msg_start - msg->sol;
return ptr;
default:
#ifdef DEBUG_FULL
fprintf(stderr, "FIXME !!!! impossible state at %s:%d = %d\n", __FILE__, __LINE__, state);
exit(1);
#endif
;
}
http_msg_ood:
/* out of valid data */
if (ret_state)
*ret_state = state;
if (ret_ptr)
*ret_ptr = ptr - msg_start;
return NULL;
}
/*
* This function parses a request line between <ptr> and <end>, starting with
* parser state <state>. Only states HTTP_MSG_RQMETH, HTTP_MSG_RQMETH_SP,
* HTTP_MSG_RQURI, HTTP_MSG_RQURI_SP and HTTP_MSG_RQVER are handled. Others
* will give undefined results.
* Note that it is upon the caller's responsibility to ensure that ptr < end,
* and that msg->sol points to the beginning of the request.
* If a complete line is found (which implies that at least one CR or LF is
* found before <end>, the updated <ptr> is returned, otherwise NULL is
* returned indicating an incomplete line (which does not mean that parts have
* not been updated). In the incomplete case, if <ret_ptr> or <ret_state> are
* non-NULL, they are fed with the new <ptr> and <state> values to be passed
* upon next call.
*
* This function was intentionally designed to be called from
* http_msg_analyzer() with the lowest overhead. It should integrate perfectly
* within its state machine and use the same macros, hence the need for same
* labels and variable names. Note that msg->sol is left unchanged.
*/
const char *http_parse_reqline(struct http_msg *msg,
enum ht_state state, const char *ptr, const char *end,
unsigned int *ret_ptr, enum ht_state *ret_state)
{
const char *msg_start = msg->chn->buf->p;
switch (state) {
case HTTP_MSG_RQMETH:
http_msg_rqmeth:
if (likely(HTTP_IS_TOKEN(*ptr)))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rqmeth, HTTP_MSG_RQMETH);
if (likely(HTTP_IS_SPHT(*ptr))) {
msg->sl.rq.m_l = ptr - msg_start;
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rqmeth_sp, HTTP_MSG_RQMETH_SP);
}
if (likely(HTTP_IS_CRLF(*ptr))) {
/* HTTP 0.9 request */
msg->sl.rq.m_l = ptr - msg_start;
http_msg_req09_uri:
msg->sl.rq.u = ptr - msg_start;
http_msg_req09_uri_e:
msg->sl.rq.u_l = ptr - msg_start - msg->sl.rq.u;
http_msg_req09_ver:
msg->sl.rq.v = ptr - msg_start;
msg->sl.rq.v_l = 0;
goto http_msg_rqline_eol;
}
state = HTTP_MSG_ERROR;
break;
case HTTP_MSG_RQMETH_SP:
http_msg_rqmeth_sp:
if (likely(!HTTP_IS_LWS(*ptr))) {
msg->sl.rq.u = ptr - msg_start;
goto http_msg_rquri;
}
if (likely(HTTP_IS_SPHT(*ptr)))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rqmeth_sp, HTTP_MSG_RQMETH_SP);
/* so it's a CR/LF, meaning an HTTP 0.9 request */
goto http_msg_req09_uri;
case HTTP_MSG_RQURI:
http_msg_rquri:
if (likely((unsigned char)(*ptr - 33) <= 93)) /* 33 to 126 included */
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rquri, HTTP_MSG_RQURI);
if (likely(HTTP_IS_SPHT(*ptr))) {
msg->sl.rq.u_l = ptr - msg_start - msg->sl.rq.u;
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rquri_sp, HTTP_MSG_RQURI_SP);
}
if (likely((unsigned char)*ptr >= 128)) {
/* non-ASCII chars are forbidden unless option
* accept-invalid-http-request is enabled in the frontend.
* In any case, we capture the faulty char.
*/
if (msg->err_pos < -1)
goto invalid_char;
if (msg->err_pos == -1)
msg->err_pos = ptr - msg_start;
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rquri, HTTP_MSG_RQURI);
}
if (likely(HTTP_IS_CRLF(*ptr))) {
/* so it's a CR/LF, meaning an HTTP 0.9 request */
goto http_msg_req09_uri_e;
}
/* OK forbidden chars, 0..31 or 127 */
invalid_char:
msg->err_pos = ptr - msg_start;
state = HTTP_MSG_ERROR;
break;
case HTTP_MSG_RQURI_SP:
http_msg_rquri_sp:
if (likely(!HTTP_IS_LWS(*ptr))) {
msg->sl.rq.v = ptr - msg_start;
goto http_msg_rqver;
}
if (likely(HTTP_IS_SPHT(*ptr)))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rquri_sp, HTTP_MSG_RQURI_SP);
/* so it's a CR/LF, meaning an HTTP 0.9 request */
goto http_msg_req09_ver;
case HTTP_MSG_RQVER:
http_msg_rqver:
if (likely(HTTP_IS_VER_TOKEN(*ptr)))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rqver, HTTP_MSG_RQVER);
if (likely(HTTP_IS_CRLF(*ptr))) {
msg->sl.rq.v_l = ptr - msg_start - msg->sl.rq.v;
http_msg_rqline_eol:
/* We have seen the end of line. Note that we do not
* necessarily have the \n yet, but at least we know that we
* have EITHER \r OR \n, otherwise the request would not be
* complete. We can then record the request length and return
* to the caller which will be able to register it.
*/
msg->sl.rq.l = ptr - msg_start - msg->sol;
return ptr;
}
/* neither an HTTP_VER token nor a CRLF */
state = HTTP_MSG_ERROR;
break;
default:
#ifdef DEBUG_FULL
fprintf(stderr, "FIXME !!!! impossible state at %s:%d = %d\n", __FILE__, __LINE__, state);
exit(1);
#endif
;
}
http_msg_ood:
/* out of valid data */
if (ret_state)
*ret_state = state;
if (ret_ptr)
*ret_ptr = ptr - msg_start;
return NULL;
}
/*
* Returns the data from Authorization header. Function may be called more
* than once so data is stored in txn->auth_data. When no header is found
* or auth method is unknown auth_method is set to HTTP_AUTH_WRONG to avoid
* searching again for something we are unable to find anyway. However, if
* the result if valid, the cache is not reused because we would risk to
* have the credentials overwritten by another session in parallel.
*/
/* This bufffer is initialized in the file 'src/haproxy.c'. This length is
* set according to global.tune.bufsize.
*/
char *get_http_auth_buff;
int
get_http_auth(struct session *s)
{
struct http_txn *txn = &s->txn;
struct chunk auth_method;
struct hdr_ctx ctx;
char *h, *p;
int len;
#ifdef DEBUG_AUTH
printf("Auth for session %p: %d\n", s, txn->auth.method);
#endif
if (txn->auth.method == HTTP_AUTH_WRONG)
return 0;
txn->auth.method = HTTP_AUTH_WRONG;
ctx.idx = 0;
if (txn->flags & TX_USE_PX_CONN) {
h = "Proxy-Authorization";
len = strlen(h);
} else {
h = "Authorization";
len = strlen(h);
}
if (!http_find_header2(h, len, s->req->buf->p, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx))
return 0;
h = ctx.line + ctx.val;
p = memchr(h, ' ', ctx.vlen);
len = p - h;
if (!p || len <= 0)
return 0;
chunk_initlen(&auth_method, h, 0, len);
chunk_initlen(&txn->auth.method_data, p + 1, 0, ctx.vlen - len - 1);
if (!strncasecmp("Basic", auth_method.str, auth_method.len)) {
len = base64dec(txn->auth.method_data.str, txn->auth.method_data.len,
get_http_auth_buff, global.tune.bufsize - 1);
if (len < 0)
return 0;
get_http_auth_buff[len] = '\0';
p = strchr(get_http_auth_buff, ':');
if (!p)
return 0;
txn->auth.user = get_http_auth_buff;
*p = '\0';
txn->auth.pass = p+1;
txn->auth.method = HTTP_AUTH_BASIC;
return 1;
}
return 0;
}
/*
* This function parses an HTTP message, either a request or a response,
* depending on the initial msg->msg_state. The caller is responsible for
* ensuring that the message does not wrap. The function can be preempted
* everywhere when data are missing and recalled at the exact same location
* with no information loss. The message may even be realigned between two
* calls. The header index is re-initialized when switching from
* MSG_R[PQ]BEFORE to MSG_RPVER|MSG_RQMETH. It modifies msg->sol among other
* fields. Note that msg->sol will be initialized after completing the first
* state, so that none of the msg pointers has to be initialized prior to the
* first call.
*/
void http_msg_analyzer(struct http_msg *msg, struct hdr_idx *idx)
{
enum ht_state state; /* updated only when leaving the FSM */
register char *ptr, *end; /* request pointers, to avoid dereferences */
struct buffer *buf;
state = msg->msg_state;
buf = msg->chn->buf;
ptr = buf->p + msg->next;
end = buf->p + buf->i;
if (unlikely(ptr >= end))
goto http_msg_ood;
switch (state) {
/*
* First, states that are specific to the response only.
* We check them first so that request and headers are
* closer to each other (accessed more often).
*/
case HTTP_MSG_RPBEFORE:
http_msg_rpbefore:
if (likely(HTTP_IS_TOKEN(*ptr))) {
/* we have a start of message, but we have to check
* first if we need to remove some CRLF. We can only
* do this when o=0.
*/
if (unlikely(ptr != buf->p)) {
if (buf->o)
goto http_msg_ood;
/* Remove empty leading lines, as recommended by RFC2616. */
bi_fast_delete(buf, ptr - buf->p);
}
msg->sol = 0;
msg->sl.st.l = 0; /* used in debug mode */
hdr_idx_init(idx);
state = HTTP_MSG_RPVER;
goto http_msg_rpver;
}
if (unlikely(!HTTP_IS_CRLF(*ptr)))
goto http_msg_invalid;
if (unlikely(*ptr == '\n'))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rpbefore, HTTP_MSG_RPBEFORE);
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rpbefore_cr, HTTP_MSG_RPBEFORE_CR);
/* stop here */
case HTTP_MSG_RPBEFORE_CR:
http_msg_rpbefore_cr:
EXPECT_LF_HERE(ptr, http_msg_invalid);
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rpbefore, HTTP_MSG_RPBEFORE);
/* stop here */
case HTTP_MSG_RPVER:
http_msg_rpver:
case HTTP_MSG_RPVER_SP:
case HTTP_MSG_RPCODE:
case HTTP_MSG_RPCODE_SP:
case HTTP_MSG_RPREASON:
ptr = (char *)http_parse_stsline(msg,
state, ptr, end,
&msg->next, &msg->msg_state);
if (unlikely(!ptr))
return;
/* we have a full response and we know that we have either a CR
* or an LF at <ptr>.
*/
hdr_idx_set_start(idx, msg->sl.st.l, *ptr == '\r');
msg->sol = ptr - buf->p;
if (likely(*ptr == '\r'))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rpline_end, HTTP_MSG_RPLINE_END);
goto http_msg_rpline_end;
case HTTP_MSG_RPLINE_END:
http_msg_rpline_end:
/* msg->sol must point to the first of CR or LF. */
EXPECT_LF_HERE(ptr, http_msg_invalid);
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_hdr_first, HTTP_MSG_HDR_FIRST);
/* stop here */
/*
* Second, states that are specific to the request only
*/
case HTTP_MSG_RQBEFORE:
http_msg_rqbefore:
if (likely(HTTP_IS_TOKEN(*ptr))) {
/* we have a start of message, but we have to check
* first if we need to remove some CRLF. We can only
* do this when o=0.
*/
if (likely(ptr != buf->p)) {
if (buf->o)
goto http_msg_ood;
/* Remove empty leading lines, as recommended by RFC2616. */
bi_fast_delete(buf, ptr - buf->p);
}
msg->sol = 0;
msg->sl.rq.l = 0; /* used in debug mode */
state = HTTP_MSG_RQMETH;
goto http_msg_rqmeth;
}
if (unlikely(!HTTP_IS_CRLF(*ptr)))
goto http_msg_invalid;
if (unlikely(*ptr == '\n'))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rqbefore, HTTP_MSG_RQBEFORE);
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rqbefore_cr, HTTP_MSG_RQBEFORE_CR);
/* stop here */
case HTTP_MSG_RQBEFORE_CR:
http_msg_rqbefore_cr:
EXPECT_LF_HERE(ptr, http_msg_invalid);
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rqbefore, HTTP_MSG_RQBEFORE);
/* stop here */
case HTTP_MSG_RQMETH:
http_msg_rqmeth:
case HTTP_MSG_RQMETH_SP:
case HTTP_MSG_RQURI:
case HTTP_MSG_RQURI_SP:
case HTTP_MSG_RQVER:
ptr = (char *)http_parse_reqline(msg,
state, ptr, end,
&msg->next, &msg->msg_state);
if (unlikely(!ptr))
return;
/* we have a full request and we know that we have either a CR
* or an LF at <ptr>.
*/
hdr_idx_set_start(idx, msg->sl.rq.l, *ptr == '\r');
msg->sol = ptr - buf->p;
if (likely(*ptr == '\r'))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_rqline_end, HTTP_MSG_RQLINE_END);
goto http_msg_rqline_end;
case HTTP_MSG_RQLINE_END:
http_msg_rqline_end:
/* check for HTTP/0.9 request : no version information available.
* msg->sol must point to the first of CR or LF.
*/
if (unlikely(msg->sl.rq.v_l == 0))
goto http_msg_last_lf;
EXPECT_LF_HERE(ptr, http_msg_invalid);
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_hdr_first, HTTP_MSG_HDR_FIRST);
/* stop here */
/*
* Common states below
*/
case HTTP_MSG_HDR_FIRST:
http_msg_hdr_first:
msg->sol = ptr - buf->p;
if (likely(!HTTP_IS_CRLF(*ptr))) {
goto http_msg_hdr_name;
}
if (likely(*ptr == '\r'))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_last_lf, HTTP_MSG_LAST_LF);
goto http_msg_last_lf;
case HTTP_MSG_HDR_NAME:
http_msg_hdr_name:
/* assumes msg->sol points to the first char */
if (likely(HTTP_IS_TOKEN(*ptr)))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_hdr_name, HTTP_MSG_HDR_NAME);
if (likely(*ptr == ':'))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_hdr_l1_sp, HTTP_MSG_HDR_L1_SP);
if (likely(msg->err_pos < -1) || *ptr == '\n')
goto http_msg_invalid;
if (msg->err_pos == -1) /* capture error pointer */
msg->err_pos = ptr - buf->p; /* >= 0 now */
/* and we still accept this non-token character */
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_hdr_name, HTTP_MSG_HDR_NAME);
case HTTP_MSG_HDR_L1_SP:
http_msg_hdr_l1_sp:
/* assumes msg->sol points to the first char */
if (likely(HTTP_IS_SPHT(*ptr)))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_hdr_l1_sp, HTTP_MSG_HDR_L1_SP);
/* header value can be basically anything except CR/LF */
msg->sov = ptr - buf->p;
if (likely(!HTTP_IS_CRLF(*ptr))) {
goto http_msg_hdr_val;
}
if (likely(*ptr == '\r'))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_hdr_l1_lf, HTTP_MSG_HDR_L1_LF);
goto http_msg_hdr_l1_lf;
case HTTP_MSG_HDR_L1_LF:
http_msg_hdr_l1_lf:
EXPECT_LF_HERE(ptr, http_msg_invalid);
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_hdr_l1_lws, HTTP_MSG_HDR_L1_LWS);
case HTTP_MSG_HDR_L1_LWS:
http_msg_hdr_l1_lws:
if (likely(HTTP_IS_SPHT(*ptr))) {
/* replace HT,CR,LF with spaces */
for (; buf->p + msg->sov < ptr; msg->sov++)
buf->p[msg->sov] = ' ';
goto http_msg_hdr_l1_sp;
}
/* we had a header consisting only in spaces ! */
msg->eol = msg->sov;
goto http_msg_complete_header;
case HTTP_MSG_HDR_VAL:
http_msg_hdr_val:
/* assumes msg->sol points to the first char, and msg->sov
* points to the first character of the value.
*/
if (likely(!HTTP_IS_CRLF(*ptr)))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_hdr_val, HTTP_MSG_HDR_VAL);
msg->eol = ptr - buf->p;
/* Note: we could also copy eol into ->eoh so that we have the
* real header end in case it ends with lots of LWS, but is this
* really needed ?
*/
if (likely(*ptr == '\r'))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_hdr_l2_lf, HTTP_MSG_HDR_L2_LF);
goto http_msg_hdr_l2_lf;
case HTTP_MSG_HDR_L2_LF:
http_msg_hdr_l2_lf:
EXPECT_LF_HERE(ptr, http_msg_invalid);
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_hdr_l2_lws, HTTP_MSG_HDR_L2_LWS);
case HTTP_MSG_HDR_L2_LWS:
http_msg_hdr_l2_lws:
if (unlikely(HTTP_IS_SPHT(*ptr))) {
/* LWS: replace HT,CR,LF with spaces */
for (; buf->p + msg->eol < ptr; msg->eol++)
buf->p[msg->eol] = ' ';
goto http_msg_hdr_val;
}
http_msg_complete_header:
/*
* It was a new header, so the last one is finished.
* Assumes msg->sol points to the first char, msg->sov points
* to the first character of the value and msg->eol to the
* first CR or LF so we know how the line ends. We insert last
* header into the index.
*/
if (unlikely(hdr_idx_add(msg->eol - msg->sol, buf->p[msg->eol] == '\r',
idx, idx->tail) < 0))
goto http_msg_invalid;
msg->sol = ptr - buf->p;
if (likely(!HTTP_IS_CRLF(*ptr))) {
goto http_msg_hdr_name;
}
if (likely(*ptr == '\r'))
EAT_AND_JUMP_OR_RETURN(http_msg_last_lf, HTTP_MSG_LAST_LF);
goto http_msg_last_lf;
case HTTP_MSG_LAST_LF:
http_msg_last_lf:
/* Assumes msg->sol points to the first of either CR or LF.
* Sets ->sov and ->next to the total header length, ->eoh to
* the last CRLF, and ->eol to the last CRLF length (1 or 2).
*/
EXPECT_LF_HERE(ptr, http_msg_invalid);
ptr++;
msg->sov = msg->next = ptr - buf->p;
msg->eoh = msg->sol;
msg->sol = 0;
msg->eol = msg->sov - msg->eoh;
msg->msg_state = HTTP_MSG_BODY;
return;
case HTTP_MSG_ERROR:
/* this may only happen if we call http_msg_analyser() twice with an error */
break;
default:
#ifdef DEBUG_FULL
fprintf(stderr, "FIXME !!!! impossible state at %s:%d = %d\n", __FILE__, __LINE__, state);
exit(1);
#endif
;
}
http_msg_ood:
/* out of data */
msg->msg_state = state;
msg->next = ptr - buf->p;
return;
http_msg_invalid:
/* invalid message */
msg->msg_state = HTTP_MSG_ERROR;
msg->next = ptr - buf->p;
return;
}
/* convert an HTTP/0.9 request into an HTTP/1.0 request. Returns 1 if the
* conversion succeeded, 0 in case of error. If the request was already 1.X,
* nothing is done and 1 is returned.
*/
static int http_upgrade_v09_to_v10(struct http_txn *txn)
{
int delta;
char *cur_end;
struct http_msg *msg = &txn->req;
if (msg->sl.rq.v_l != 0)
return 1;
/* RFC 1945 allows only GET for HTTP/0.9 requests */
if (txn->meth != HTTP_METH_GET)
return 0;
cur_end = msg->chn->buf->p + msg->sl.rq.l;
delta = 0;
if (msg->sl.rq.u_l == 0) {
/* HTTP/0.9 requests *must* have a request URI, per RFC 1945 */
return 0;
}
/* add HTTP version */
delta = buffer_replace2(msg->chn->buf, cur_end, cur_end, " HTTP/1.0\r\n", 11);
http_msg_move_end(msg, delta);
cur_end += delta;
cur_end = (char *)http_parse_reqline(msg,
HTTP_MSG_RQMETH,
msg->chn->buf->p, cur_end + 1,
NULL, NULL);
if (unlikely(!cur_end))
return 0;
/* we have a full HTTP/1.0 request now and we know that
* we have either a CR or an LF at <ptr>.
*/
hdr_idx_set_start(&txn->hdr_idx, msg->sl.rq.l, *cur_end == '\r');
return 1;
}
/* Parse the Connection: header of an HTTP request, looking for both "close"
* and "keep-alive" values. If we already know that some headers may safely
* be removed, we remove them now. The <to_del> flags are used for that :
* - bit 0 means remove "close" headers (in HTTP/1.0 requests/responses)
* - bit 1 means remove "keep-alive" headers (in HTTP/1.1 reqs/resp to 1.1).
* Presence of the "Upgrade" token is also checked and reported.
* The TX_HDR_CONN_* flags are adjusted in txn->flags depending on what was
* found, and TX_CON_*_SET is adjusted depending on what is left so only
* harmless combinations may be removed. Do not call that after changes have
* been processed.
*/
void http_parse_connection_header(struct http_txn *txn, struct http_msg *msg, int to_del)
{
struct hdr_ctx ctx;
const char *hdr_val = "Connection";
int hdr_len = 10;
if (txn->flags & TX_HDR_CONN_PRS)
return;
if (unlikely(txn->flags & TX_USE_PX_CONN)) {
hdr_val = "Proxy-Connection";
hdr_len = 16;
}
ctx.idx = 0;
txn->flags &= ~(TX_CON_KAL_SET|TX_CON_CLO_SET);
while (http_find_header2(hdr_val, hdr_len, msg->chn->buf->p, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx)) {
if (ctx.vlen >= 10 && word_match(ctx.line + ctx.val, ctx.vlen, "keep-alive", 10)) {
txn->flags |= TX_HDR_CONN_KAL;
if (to_del & 2)
http_remove_header2(msg, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx);
else
txn->flags |= TX_CON_KAL_SET;
}
else if (ctx.vlen >= 5 && word_match(ctx.line + ctx.val, ctx.vlen, "close", 5)) {
txn->flags |= TX_HDR_CONN_CLO;
if (to_del & 1)
http_remove_header2(msg, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx);
else
txn->flags |= TX_CON_CLO_SET;
}
else if (ctx.vlen >= 7 && word_match(ctx.line + ctx.val, ctx.vlen, "upgrade", 7)) {
txn->flags |= TX_HDR_CONN_UPG;
}
}
txn->flags |= TX_HDR_CONN_PRS;
return;
}
/* Apply desired changes on the Connection: header. Values may be removed and/or
* added depending on the <wanted> flags, which are exclusively composed of
* TX_CON_CLO_SET and TX_CON_KAL_SET, depending on what flags are desired. The
* TX_CON_*_SET flags are adjusted in txn->flags depending on what is left.
*/
void http_change_connection_header(struct http_txn *txn, struct http_msg *msg, int wanted)
{
struct hdr_ctx ctx;
const char *hdr_val = "Connection";
int hdr_len = 10;
ctx.idx = 0;
if (unlikely(txn->flags & TX_USE_PX_CONN)) {
hdr_val = "Proxy-Connection";
hdr_len = 16;
}
txn->flags &= ~(TX_CON_CLO_SET | TX_CON_KAL_SET);
while (http_find_header2(hdr_val, hdr_len, msg->chn->buf->p, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx)) {
if (ctx.vlen >= 10 && word_match(ctx.line + ctx.val, ctx.vlen, "keep-alive", 10)) {
if (wanted & TX_CON_KAL_SET)
txn->flags |= TX_CON_KAL_SET;
else
http_remove_header2(msg, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx);
}
else if (ctx.vlen >= 5 && word_match(ctx.line + ctx.val, ctx.vlen, "close", 5)) {
if (wanted & TX_CON_CLO_SET)
txn->flags |= TX_CON_CLO_SET;
else
http_remove_header2(msg, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx);
}
}
if (wanted == (txn->flags & (TX_CON_CLO_SET|TX_CON_KAL_SET)))
return;
if ((wanted & TX_CON_CLO_SET) && !(txn->flags & TX_CON_CLO_SET)) {
txn->flags |= TX_CON_CLO_SET;
hdr_val = "Connection: close";
hdr_len = 17;
if (unlikely(txn->flags & TX_USE_PX_CONN)) {
hdr_val = "Proxy-Connection: close";
hdr_len = 23;
}
http_header_add_tail2(msg, &txn->hdr_idx, hdr_val, hdr_len);
}
if ((wanted & TX_CON_KAL_SET) && !(txn->flags & TX_CON_KAL_SET)) {
txn->flags |= TX_CON_KAL_SET;
hdr_val = "Connection: keep-alive";
hdr_len = 22;
if (unlikely(txn->flags & TX_USE_PX_CONN)) {
hdr_val = "Proxy-Connection: keep-alive";
hdr_len = 28;
}
http_header_add_tail2(msg, &txn->hdr_idx, hdr_val, hdr_len);
}
return;
}
/* Parse the chunk size at msg->next. Once done, it adjusts ->next to point to
* the first byte of data after the chunk size, so that we know we can forward
* exactly msg->next bytes. msg->sol contains the exact number of bytes forming
* the chunk size. That way it is always possible to differentiate between the
* start of the body and the start of the data.
* Return >0 on success, 0 when some data is missing, <0 on error.
* Note: this function is designed to parse wrapped CRLF at the end of the buffer.
*/
static inline int http_parse_chunk_size(struct http_msg *msg)
{
const struct buffer *buf = msg->chn->buf;
const char *ptr = b_ptr(buf, msg->next);
const char *ptr_old = ptr;
const char *end = buf->data + buf->size;
const char *stop = bi_end(buf);
unsigned int chunk = 0;
/* The chunk size is in the following form, though we are only
* interested in the size and CRLF :
* 1*HEXDIGIT *WSP *[ ';' extensions ] CRLF
*/
while (1) {
int c;
if (ptr == stop)
return 0;
c = hex2i(*ptr);
if (c < 0) /* not a hex digit anymore */
break;
if (unlikely(++ptr >= end))
ptr = buf->data;
if (chunk & 0xF8000000) /* integer overflow will occur if result >= 2GB */
goto error;
chunk = (chunk << 4) + c;
}
/* empty size not allowed */
if (unlikely(ptr == ptr_old))
goto error;
while (http_is_spht[(unsigned char)*ptr]) {
if (++ptr >= end)
ptr = buf->data;
if (unlikely(ptr == stop))
return 0;
}
/* Up to there, we know that at least one byte is present at *ptr. Check
* for the end of chunk size.
*/
while (1) {
if (likely(HTTP_IS_CRLF(*ptr))) {
/* we now have a CR or an LF at ptr */
if (likely(*ptr == '\r')) {
if (++ptr >= end)
ptr = buf->data;
if (ptr == stop)
return 0;
}
if (*ptr != '\n')
goto error;
if (++ptr >= end)
ptr = buf->data;
/* done */
break;
}
else if (*ptr == ';') {
/* chunk extension, ends at next CRLF */
if (++ptr >= end)
ptr = buf->data;
if (ptr == stop)
return 0;
while (!HTTP_IS_CRLF(*ptr)) {
if (++ptr >= end)
ptr = buf->data;
if (ptr == stop)
return 0;
}
/* we have a CRLF now, loop above */
continue;
}
else
goto error;
}
/* OK we found our CRLF and now <ptr> points to the next byte,
* which may or may not be present. We save that into ->next,
* and the number of bytes parsed into msg->sol.
*/
msg->sol = ptr - ptr_old;
if (unlikely(ptr < ptr_old))
msg->sol += buf->size;
msg->next = buffer_count(buf, buf->p, ptr);
msg->chunk_len = chunk;
msg->body_len += chunk;
msg->msg_state = chunk ? HTTP_MSG_DATA : HTTP_MSG_TRAILERS;
return 1;
error:
msg->err_pos = buffer_count(buf, buf->p, ptr);
return -1;
}
/* This function skips trailers in the buffer associated with HTTP
* message <msg>. The first visited position is msg->next. If the end of
* the trailers is found, it is automatically scheduled to be forwarded,
* msg->msg_state switches to HTTP_MSG_DONE, and the function returns >0.
* If not enough data are available, the function does not change anything
* except maybe msg->next if it could parse some lines, and returns zero.
* If a parse error is encountered, the function returns < 0 and does not
* change anything except maybe msg->next. Note that the message must
* already be in HTTP_MSG_TRAILERS state before calling this function,
* which implies that all non-trailers data have already been scheduled for
* forwarding, and that msg->next exactly matches the length of trailers
* already parsed and not forwarded. It is also important to note that this
* function is designed to be able to parse wrapped headers at end of buffer.
*/
static int http_forward_trailers(struct http_msg *msg)
{
const struct buffer *buf = msg->chn->buf;
/* we have msg->next which points to next line. Look for CRLF. */
while (1) {
const char *p1 = NULL, *p2 = NULL;
const char *ptr = b_ptr(buf, msg->next);
const char *stop = bi_end(buf);
int bytes;
/* scan current line and stop at LF or CRLF */
while (1) {
if (ptr == stop)
return 0;
if (*ptr == '\n') {
if (!p1)
p1 = ptr;
p2 = ptr;
break;
}
if (*ptr == '\r') {
if (p1) {
msg->err_pos = buffer_count(buf, buf->p, ptr);
return -1;
}
p1 = ptr;
}
ptr++;
if (ptr >= buf->data + buf->size)
ptr = buf->data;
}
/* after LF; point to beginning of next line */
p2++;
if (p2 >= buf->data + buf->size)
p2 = buf->data;
bytes = p2 - b_ptr(buf, msg->next);
if (bytes < 0)
bytes += buf->size;
if (p1 == b_ptr(buf, msg->next)) {
/* LF/CRLF at beginning of line => end of trailers at p2.
* Everything was scheduled for forwarding, there's nothing
* left from this message.
*/
msg->next = buffer_count(buf, buf->p, p2);
msg->msg_state = HTTP_MSG_DONE;
return 1;
}
/* OK, next line then */
msg->next = buffer_count(buf, buf->p, p2);
}
}
/* This function may be called only in HTTP_MSG_CHUNK_CRLF. It reads the CRLF
* or a possible LF alone at the end of a chunk. It automatically adjusts
* msg->next in order to include this part into the next forwarding phase.
* Note that the caller must ensure that ->p points to the first byte to parse.
* It also sets msg_state to HTTP_MSG_CHUNK_SIZE and returns >0 on success. If
* not enough data are available, the function does not change anything and
* returns zero. If a parse error is encountered, the function returns < 0 and
* does not change anything. Note: this function is designed to parse wrapped
* CRLF at the end of the buffer.
*/
static inline int http_skip_chunk_crlf(struct http_msg *msg)
{
const struct buffer *buf = msg->chn->buf;
const char *ptr;
int bytes;
/* NB: we'll check data availabilty at the end. It's not a
* problem because whatever we match first will be checked
* against the correct length.
*/
bytes = 1;
ptr = b_ptr(buf, msg->next);
if (*ptr == '\r') {
bytes++;
ptr++;
if (ptr >= buf->data + buf->size)
ptr = buf->data;
}
if (msg->next + bytes > buf->i)
return 0;
if (*ptr != '\n') {
msg->err_pos = buffer_count(buf, buf->p, ptr);
return -1;
}
ptr++;
if (unlikely(ptr >= buf->data + buf->size))
ptr = buf->data;
/* Advance ->next to allow the CRLF to be forwarded */
msg->next += bytes;
msg->msg_state = HTTP_MSG_CHUNK_SIZE;
return 1;
}
/* Parses a qvalue and returns it multipled by 1000, from 0 to 1000. If the
* value is larger than 1000, it is bound to 1000. The parser consumes up to
* 1 digit, one dot and 3 digits and stops on the first invalid character.
* Unparsable qvalues return 1000 as "q=1.000".
*/
int parse_qvalue(const char *qvalue, const char **end)
{
int q = 1000;
if (!isdigit((unsigned char)*qvalue))
goto out;
q = (*qvalue++ - '0') * 1000;
if (*qvalue++ != '.')
goto out;
if (!isdigit((unsigned char)*qvalue))
goto out;
q += (*qvalue++ - '0') * 100;
if (!isdigit((unsigned char)*qvalue))
goto out;
q += (*qvalue++ - '0') * 10;
if (!isdigit((unsigned char)*qvalue))
goto out;
q += (*qvalue++ - '0') * 1;
out:
if (q > 1000)
q = 1000;
if (end)
*end = qvalue;
return q;
}
/*
* Selects a compression algorithm depending on the client request.
*/
int select_compression_request_header(struct session *s, struct buffer *req)
{
struct http_txn *txn = &s->txn;
struct http_msg *msg = &txn->req;
struct hdr_ctx ctx;
struct comp_algo *comp_algo = NULL;
struct comp_algo *comp_algo_back = NULL;
/* Disable compression for older user agents announcing themselves as "Mozilla/4"
* unless they are known good (MSIE 6 with XP SP2, or MSIE 7 and later).
* See http://zoompf.com/2012/02/lose-the-wait-http-compression for more details.
*/
ctx.idx = 0;
if (http_find_header2("User-Agent", 10, req->p, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx) &&
ctx.vlen >= 9 &&
memcmp(ctx.line + ctx.val, "Mozilla/4", 9) == 0 &&
(ctx.vlen < 31 ||
memcmp(ctx.line + ctx.val + 25, "MSIE ", 5) != 0 ||
ctx.line[ctx.val + 30] < '6' ||
(ctx.line[ctx.val + 30] == '6' &&
(ctx.vlen < 54 || memcmp(ctx.line + 51, "SV1", 3) != 0)))) {
s->comp_algo = NULL;
return 0;
}
/* search for the algo in the backend in priority or the frontend */
if ((s->be->comp && (comp_algo_back = s->be->comp->algos)) || (s->fe->comp && (comp_algo_back = s->fe->comp->algos))) {
int best_q = 0;
ctx.idx = 0;
while (http_find_header2("Accept-Encoding", 15, req->p, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx)) {
const char *qval;
int q;
int toklen;
/* try to isolate the token from the optional q-value */
toklen = 0;
while (toklen < ctx.vlen && http_is_token[(unsigned char)*(ctx.line + ctx.val + toklen)])
toklen++;
qval = ctx.line + ctx.val + toklen;
while (1) {
while (qval < ctx.line + ctx.val + ctx.vlen && http_is_lws[(unsigned char)*qval])
qval++;
if (qval >= ctx.line + ctx.val + ctx.vlen || *qval != ';') {
qval = NULL;
break;
}
qval++;
while (qval < ctx.line + ctx.val + ctx.vlen && http_is_lws[(unsigned char)*qval])
qval++;
if (qval >= ctx.line + ctx.val + ctx.vlen) {
qval = NULL;
break;
}
if (strncmp(qval, "q=", MIN(ctx.line + ctx.val + ctx.vlen - qval, 2)) == 0)
break;
while (qval < ctx.line + ctx.val + ctx.vlen && *qval != ';')
qval++;
}
/* here we have qval pointing to the first "q=" attribute or NULL if not found */
q = qval ? parse_qvalue(qval + 2, NULL) : 1000;
if (q <= best_q)
continue;
for (comp_algo = comp_algo_back; comp_algo; comp_algo = comp_algo->next) {
if (*(ctx.line + ctx.val) == '*' ||
word_match(ctx.line + ctx.val, toklen, comp_algo->name, comp_algo->name_len)) {
s->comp_algo = comp_algo;
best_q = q;
break;
}
}
}
}
/* remove all occurrences of the header when "compression offload" is set */
if (s->comp_algo) {
if ((s->be->comp && s->be->comp->offload) || (s->fe->comp && s->fe->comp->offload)) {
http_remove_header2(msg, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx);
ctx.idx = 0;
while (http_find_header2("Accept-Encoding", 15, req->p, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx)) {
http_remove_header2(msg, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx);
}
}
return 1;
}
/* identity is implicit does not require headers */
if ((s->be->comp && (comp_algo_back = s->be->comp->algos)) || (s->fe->comp && (comp_algo_back = s->fe->comp->algos))) {
for (comp_algo = comp_algo_back; comp_algo; comp_algo = comp_algo->next) {
if (comp_algo->add_data == identity_add_data) {
s->comp_algo = comp_algo;
return 1;
}
}
}
s->comp_algo = NULL;
return 0;
}
/*
* Selects a comression algorithm depending of the server response.
*/
int select_compression_response_header(struct session *s, struct buffer *res)
{
struct http_txn *txn = &s->txn;
struct http_msg *msg = &txn->rsp;
struct hdr_ctx ctx;
struct comp_type *comp_type;
/* no common compression algorithm was found in request header */
if (s->comp_algo == NULL)
goto fail;
/* HTTP < 1.1 should not be compressed */
if (!(msg->flags & HTTP_MSGF_VER_11) || !(txn->req.flags & HTTP_MSGF_VER_11))
goto fail;
/* 200 only */
if (txn->status != 200)
goto fail;
/* Content-Length is null */
if (!(msg->flags & HTTP_MSGF_TE_CHNK) && msg->body_len == 0)
goto fail;
/* content is already compressed */
ctx.idx = 0;
if (http_find_header2("Content-Encoding", 16, res->p, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx))
goto fail;
/* no compression when Cache-Control: no-transform is present in the message */
ctx.idx = 0;
while (http_find_header2("Cache-Control", 13, res->p, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx)) {
if (word_match(ctx.line + ctx.val, ctx.vlen, "no-transform", 12))
goto fail;
}
comp_type = NULL;
/* we don't want to compress multipart content-types, nor content-types that are
* not listed in the "compression type" directive if any. If no content-type was
* found but configuration requires one, we don't compress either. Backend has
* the priority.
*/
ctx.idx = 0;
if (http_find_header2("Content-Type", 12, res->p, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx)) {
if (ctx.vlen >= 9 && strncasecmp("multipart", ctx.line+ctx.val, 9) == 0)
goto fail;
if ((s->be->comp && (comp_type = s->be->comp->types)) ||
(s->fe->comp && (comp_type = s->fe->comp->types))) {
for (; comp_type; comp_type = comp_type->next) {
if (ctx.vlen >= comp_type->name_len &&
strncasecmp(ctx.line+ctx.val, comp_type->name, comp_type->name_len) == 0)
/* this Content-Type should be compressed */
break;
}
/* this Content-Type should not be compressed */
if (comp_type == NULL)
goto fail;
}
}
else { /* no content-type header */
if ((s->be->comp && s->be->comp->types) || (s->fe->comp && s->fe->comp->types))
goto fail; /* a content-type was required */
}
/* limit compression rate */
if (global.comp_rate_lim > 0)
if (read_freq_ctr(&global.comp_bps_in) > global.comp_rate_lim)
goto fail;
/* limit cpu usage */
if (idle_pct < compress_min_idle)
goto fail;
/* initialize compression */
if (s->comp_algo->init(&s->comp_ctx, global.tune.comp_maxlevel) < 0)
goto fail;
s->flags |= SN_COMP_READY;
/* remove Content-Length header */
ctx.idx = 0;
if ((msg->flags & HTTP_MSGF_CNT_LEN) && http_find_header2("Content-Length", 14, res->p, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx))
http_remove_header2(msg, &txn->hdr_idx, &ctx);
/* add Transfer-Encoding header */
if (!(msg->flags & HTTP_MSGF_TE_CHNK))
http_header_add_tail2(&txn->rsp, &txn->hdr_idx, "Transfer-Encoding: chunked", 26);
/*
* Add Content-Encoding header when it's not identity encoding.
* RFC 2616 : Identity encoding: This content-coding is used only in the
* Accept-Encoding header, and SHOULD NOT be used in the Content-Encoding
* header.
*/
if (s->comp_algo->add_data != identity_add_data) {
trash.len = 18;
memcpy(trash.str, "Content-Encoding: ", trash.len);
memcpy(trash.str + trash.len, s->comp_algo->name, s->comp_algo->name_len);
trash.len += s->comp_algo->name_len;
trash.str[trash.len] = '\0';
http_header_add_tail2(&txn->rsp, &txn->hdr_idx, trash.str, trash.len);
}
return 1;
fail:
s->comp_algo = NULL;
return 0;
}
void http_adjust_conn_mode(struct session *s, struct http_txn *txn, struct http_msg *msg)
{
int tmp = TX_CON_WANT_KAL;
if (!((s->fe->options2|s->be->options2) & PR_O2_FAKE_KA)) {
if ((s->fe->options & PR_O_HTTP_MODE) == PR_O_HTTP_TUN ||
(s->be->options & PR_O_HTTP_MODE) == PR_O_HTTP_TUN)
tmp = TX_CON_WANT_TUN;
if ((s->fe->options & PR_O_HTTP_MODE) == PR_O_HTTP_PCL ||
(s->be->options & PR_O_HTTP_MODE) == PR_O_HTTP_PCL)
tmp = TX_CON_WANT_TUN;
}
if ((s->fe->options & PR_O_HTTP_MODE) == PR_O_HTTP_SCL ||
(s->be->options & PR_O_HTTP_MODE) == PR_O_HTTP_SCL) {
/* option httpclose + server_close => forceclose */
if ((s->fe->options & PR_O_HTTP_MODE) == PR_O_HTTP_PCL ||
(s->be->options & PR_O_HTTP_MODE) == PR_O_HTTP_PCL)
tmp = TX_CON_WANT_CLO;
else
tmp = TX_CON_WANT_SCL;
}
if ((s->fe->options & PR_O_HTTP_MODE) == PR_O_HTTP_FCL ||
(s->be->options & PR_O_HTTP_MODE) == PR_O_HTTP_FCL)
tmp = TX_CON_WANT_CLO;
if ((txn->flags & TX_CON_WANT_MSK) < tmp)
txn->flags = (txn->flags & ~TX_CON_WANT_MSK) | tmp;
if (!(txn->flags & TX_HDR_CONN_PRS) &&
(txn->flags & TX_CON_WANT_MSK) != TX_CON_WANT_TUN) {
/* parse the Connection header and possibly clean it */
int to_del = 0;
if ((msg->flags & HTTP_MSGF_VER_11) ||
((txn->flags & TX_CON_WANT_MSK) >= TX_CON_WANT_SCL &&
!((s->fe->options2|s->be->options2) & PR_O2_FAKE_KA)))
to_del |= 2; /* remove "keep-alive" */
if (!(msg->flags & HTTP_MSGF_VER_11))
to_del |= 1; /* remove "close" */
http_parse_connection_header(txn, msg, to_del);
}
/* check if client or config asks for explicit close in KAL/SCL */
if (((txn->flags & TX_CON_WANT_MSK) == TX_CON_WANT_KAL ||
(txn->flags & TX_CON_WANT_MSK) == TX_CON_WANT_SCL) &&
((txn->flags & TX_HDR_CONN_CLO) || /* "connection: close" */
(!(msg->flags & HTTP_MSGF_VER_11) && !(txn->flags & TX_HDR_CONN_KAL)) || /* no "connection: k-a" in 1.0 */
!(msg->flags & HTTP_MSGF_XFER_LEN) || /* no length known => close */
s->fe->state == PR_STSTOPPED)) /* frontend is stopping */
txn->flags = (txn->flags & ~TX_CON_WANT_MSK) | TX_CON_WANT_CLO;
}
/* This stream analyser waits for a complete HTTP request. It returns 1 if the
* processing can continue on next analysers, or zero if it either needs more
* data or wants to immediately abort the request (eg: timeout, error, ...). It
* is tied to AN_REQ_WAIT_HTTP and may may remove itself from s->req->analysers
* when it has nothing left to do, and may remove any analyser when it wants to
* abort.
*/
int http_wait_for_request(struct session *s, struct channel *req, int an_bit)
{
/*
* We will parse the partial (or complete) lines.
* We will check the request syntax, and also join multi-line
* headers. An index of all the lines will be elaborated while
* parsing.
*
* For the parsing, we use a 28 states FSM.
*
* Here is the information we currently have :
* req->buf->p = beginning of request
* req->buf->p + msg->eoh = end of processed headers / start of current one
* req->buf->p + req->buf->i = end of input data
* msg->eol = end of current header or line (LF or CRLF)
* msg->next = first non-visited byte
*
* At end of parsing, we may perform a capture of the error (if any), and
* we will set a few fields (txn->meth, sn->flags/SN_REDIRECTABLE).
* We also check for monitor-uri, logging, HTTP/0.9 to 1.0 conversion, and
* finally headers capture.
*/
int cur_idx;
struct http_txn *txn = &s->txn;
struct http_msg *msg = &txn->req;
struct hdr_ctx ctx;
DPRINTF(stderr,"[%u] %s: session=%p b=%p, exp(r,w)=%u,%u bf=%08x bh=%d analysers=%02x\n",
now_ms, __FUNCTION__,
s,
req,
req->rex, req->wex,
req->flags,
req->buf->i,
req->analysers);
/* we're speaking HTTP here, so let's speak HTTP to the client */
s->srv_error = http_return_srv_error;
/* There's a protected area at the end of the buffer for rewriting
* purposes. We don't want to start to parse the request if the
* protected area is affected, because we may have to move processed
* data later, which is much more complicated.
*/
if (buffer_not_empty(req->buf) && msg->msg_state < HTTP_MSG_ERROR) {
if (txn->flags & TX_NOT_FIRST) {
if (unlikely(!channel_reserved(req))) {
if (req->flags & (CF_SHUTW|CF_SHUTW_NOW|CF_WRITE_ERROR|CF_WRITE_TIMEOUT))
goto failed_keep_alive;
/* some data has still not left the buffer, wake us once that's done */
channel_dont_connect(req);
req->flags |= CF_READ_DONTWAIT; /* try to get back here ASAP */
req->flags |= CF_WAKE_WRITE;
return 0;
}
if (unlikely(bi_end(req->buf) < b_ptr(req->buf, msg->next) ||
bi_end(req->buf) > req->buf->data + req->buf->size - global.tune.maxrewrite))
buffer_slow_realign(req->buf);
}
/* Note that we have the same problem with the response ; we
* may want to send a redirect, error or anything which requires
* some spare space. So we'll ensure that we have at least
* maxrewrite bytes available in the response buffer before
* processing that one. This will only affect pipelined
* keep-alive requests.
*/
if ((txn->flags & TX_NOT_FIRST) &&
unlikely(!channel_reserved(s->rep) ||
bi_end(s->rep->buf) < b_ptr(s->rep->buf, txn->rsp.next) ||
bi_end(s->rep->buf) > s->rep->buf->data + s->rep->buf->size - global.tune.maxrewrite)) {
if (s->rep->buf->o) {
if (s->rep->flags & (CF_SHUTW|CF_SHUTW_NOW|CF_WRITE_ERROR|CF_WRITE_TIMEOUT))
goto failed_keep_alive;
/* don't let a connection request be initiated */
channel_dont_connect(req);
s->rep->flags &= ~CF_EXPECT_MORE; /* speed up sending a previous response */
s->rep->flags |= CF_WAKE_WRITE;
s->rep->analysers |= an_bit; /* wake us up once it changes */
return 0;
}
}
if (likely(msg->next < req->buf->i)) /* some unparsed data are available */
http_msg_analyzer(msg, &txn->hdr_idx);
}
/* 1: we might have to print this header in debug mode */
if (unlikely((global.mode & MODE_DEBUG) &&
(!(global.mode & MODE_QUIET) || (global.mode & MODE_VERBOSE)) &&
msg->msg_state >= HTTP_MSG_BODY)) {
char *eol, *sol;
sol = req->buf->p;
/* this is a bit complex : in case of error on the request line,
* we know that rq.l is still zero, so we display only the part
* up to the end of the line (truncated by debug_hdr).
*/
eol = sol + (msg->sl.rq.l ? msg->sl.rq.l : req->buf->i);
debug_hdr("clireq", s, sol, eol);
sol += hdr_idx_first_pos(&txn->hdr_idx);
cur_idx = hdr_idx_first_idx(&txn->hdr_idx);
while (cur_idx) {
eol = sol + txn->hdr_idx.v[cur_idx].len;
debug_hdr("clihdr", s, sol, eol);
sol = eol + txn->hdr_idx.v[cur_idx].cr + 1;
cur_idx = txn->hdr_idx.v[cur_idx].next;
}
}
/*
* Now we quickly check if we have found a full valid request.
* If not so, we check the FD and buffer states before leaving.
* A full request is indicated by the fact that we have seen
* the double LF/CRLF, so the state is >= HTTP_MSG_BODY. Invalid
* requests are checked first. When waiting for a second request
* on a keep-alive session, if we encounter and error, close, t/o,
* we note the error in the session flags but don't set any state.
* Since the error will be noted there, it will not be counted by
* process_session() as a frontend error.
* Last, we may increase some tracked counters' http request errors on
* the cases that are deliberately the client's fault. For instance,
* a timeout or connection reset is not counted as an error. However
* a bad request is.
*/
if (unlikely(msg->msg_state < HTTP_MSG_BODY)) {
/*
* First, let's catch bad requests.
*/
if (unlikely(msg->msg_state == HTTP_MSG_ERROR)) {
session_inc_http_req_ctr(s);
session_inc_http_err_ctr(s);
proxy_inc_fe_req_ctr(s->fe);
goto return_bad_req;
}
/* 1: Since we are in header mode, if there's no space
* left for headers, we won't be able to free more
* later, so the session will never terminate. We
* must terminate it now.
*/
if (unlikely(buffer_full(req->buf, global.tune.maxrewrite))) {
/* FIXME: check if URI is set and return Status
* 414 Request URI too long instead.
*/
session_inc_http_req_ctr(s);
session_inc_http_err_ctr(s);
proxy_inc_fe_req_ctr(s->fe);
if (msg->err_pos < 0)
msg->err_pos = req->buf->i;
goto return_bad_req;
}
/* 2: have we encountered a read error ? */
else if (req->flags & CF_READ_ERROR) {
if (!(s->flags & SN_ERR_MASK))
s->flags |= SN_ERR_CLICL;
if (txn->flags & TX_WAIT_NEXT_RQ)
goto failed_keep_alive;
if (s->fe->options & PR_O_IGNORE_PRB)
goto failed_keep_alive;
/* we cannot return any message on error */
if (msg->err_pos >= 0) {
http_capture_bad_message(&s->fe->invalid_req, s, msg, msg->msg_state, s->fe);
session_inc_http_err_ctr(s);
}
txn->status = 400;
stream_int_retnclose(req->prod, NULL);
msg->msg_state = HTTP_MSG_ERROR;
req->analysers = 0;
session_inc_http_req_ctr(s);
proxy_inc_fe_req_ctr(s->fe);
s->fe->fe_counters.failed_req++;
if (s->listener->counters)
s->listener->counters->failed_req++;
if (!(s->flags & SN_FINST_MASK))
s->flags |= SN_FINST_R;
return 0;
}
/* 3: has the read timeout expired ? */
else if (req->flags & CF_READ_TIMEOUT || tick_is_expired(req->analyse_exp, now_ms)) {
if (!(s->flags & SN_ERR_MASK))
s->flags |= SN_ERR_CLITO;
if (txn->flags & TX_WAIT_NEXT_RQ)
goto failed_keep_alive;
if (s->fe->options & PR_O_IGNORE_PRB)
goto failed_keep_alive;
/* read timeout : give up with an error message. */
if (msg->err_pos >= 0) {
http_capture_bad_message(&s->fe->invalid_req, s, msg, msg->msg_state, s->fe);
session_inc_http_err_ctr(s);
}
txn->status = 408;
stream_int_retnclose(req->prod, http_error_message(s, HTTP_ERR_408));
msg->msg_state = HTTP_MSG_ERROR;
req->analysers = 0;
session_inc_http_req_ctr(s);
proxy_inc_fe_req_ctr(s->fe);
s->fe->fe_counters.failed_req++;
if (s->listener->counters)
s->listener->counters->failed_req++;
if (!(s->flags & SN_FINST_MASK))
s->flags |= SN_FINST_R;
return 0;
}
/* 4: have we encountered a close ? */
else if (req->flags & CF_SHUTR) {
if (!(s->flags & SN_ERR_MASK))
s->flags |= SN_ERR_CLICL;
if (txn->flags & TX_WAIT_NEXT_RQ)
goto failed_keep_alive;
if (s->fe->options & PR_O_IGNORE_PRB)
goto failed_keep_alive;
if (msg->err_pos >= 0)
http_capture_bad_message(&s->fe->invalid_req, s, msg, msg->msg_state, s->fe);
txn->status = 400;
stream_int_retnclose(req->prod, http_error_message(s, HTTP_ERR_400));
msg->msg_state = HTTP_MSG_ERROR;
req->analysers = 0;
session_inc_http_err_ctr(s);
session_inc_http_req_ctr(s);
proxy_inc_fe_req_ctr(s->fe);
s->fe->fe_counters.failed_req++;
if (s->listener->counters)
s->listener->counters->failed_req++;
if (!(s->flags & SN_FINST_MASK))
s->flags |= SN_FINST_R;
return 0;
}
channel_dont_connect(req);
req->flags |= CF_READ_DONTWAIT; /* try to get back here ASAP */
s->rep->flags &= ~CF_EXPECT_MORE; /* speed up sending a previous response */
#ifdef TCP_QUICKACK
if (s->listener->options & LI_O_NOQUICKACK && req->buf->i && objt_conn(s->req->prod->end) && conn_ctrl_ready(__objt_conn(s->req->prod->end))) {
/* We need more data, we have to re-enable quick-ack in case we
* previously disabled it, otherwise we might cause the client
* to delay next data.
*/
setsockopt(__objt_conn(s->req->prod->end)->t.sock.fd, IPPROTO_TCP, TCP_QUICKACK, &one, sizeof(one));
}
#endif
if ((msg->msg_state != HTTP_MSG_RQBEFORE) && (txn->flags & TX_WAIT_NEXT_RQ)) {
/* If the client starts to talk, let's fall back to
* request timeout processing.
*/
txn->flags &= ~TX_WAIT_NEXT_RQ;
req->analyse_exp = TICK_ETERNITY;
}
/* just set the request timeout once at the beginning of the request */
if (!tick_isset(req->analyse_exp)) {
if ((msg->msg_state == HTTP_MSG_RQBEFORE) &&
(txn->flags & TX_WAIT_NEXT_RQ) &&
tick_isset(s->be->timeout.httpka))
req->analyse_exp = tick_add(now_ms, s->be->timeout.httpka);
else
req->analyse_exp = tick_add_ifset(now_ms, s->be->timeout.httpreq);
}
/* we're not ready yet */
return 0;
failed_keep_alive:
/* Here we process low-level errors for keep-alive requests. In
* short, if the request is not the first one and it experiences
* a timeout, read error or shutdown, we just silently close so
* that the client can try again.
*/
txn->status = 0;
msg->msg_state = HTTP_MSG_RQBEFORE;
req->analysers = 0;
s->logs.logwait = 0;
s->logs.level = 0;
s->rep->flags &= ~CF_EXPECT_MORE; /* speed up sending a previous response */
stream_int_retnclose(req->prod, NULL);
return 0;
}
/* OK now we have a complete HTTP request with indexed headers. Let's
* complete the request parsing by setting a few fields we will need
* later. At this point, we have the last CRLF at req->buf->data + msg->eoh.
* If the request is in HTTP/0.9 form, the rule is still true, and eoh
* points to the CRLF of the request line. msg->next points to the first
* byte after the last LF. msg->sov points to the first byte of data.
* msg->eol cannot be trusted because it may have been left uninitialized
* (for instance in the absence of headers).
*/
session_inc_http_req_ctr(s);
proxy_inc_fe_req_ctr(s->fe); /* one more valid request for this FE */
if (txn->flags & TX_WAIT_NEXT_RQ) {
/* kill the pending keep-alive timeout */
txn->flags &= ~TX_WAIT_NEXT_RQ;
req->analyse_exp = TICK_ETERNITY;
}
/* Maybe we found in invalid header name while we were configured not
* to block on that, so we have to capture it now.
*/
if (unlikely(msg->err_pos >= 0))
http_capture_bad_message(&s->fe->invalid_req, s, msg, msg->msg_state, s->fe);
/*
* 1: identify the method
*/
txn->meth = find_http_meth(req->buf->p, msg->sl.rq.m_l);
/* we can make use of server redirect on GET and HEAD */
if (txn->meth == HTTP_METH_GET || txn->meth == HTTP_METH_HEAD)
s->flags |= SN_REDIRECTABLE;
/*
* 2: check if the URI matches the monitor_uri.
* We have to do this for every request which gets in, because
* the monitor-uri is defined by the frontend.
*/
if (unlikely((s->fe->monitor_uri_len != 0) &&
(s->fe->monitor_uri_len == msg->sl.rq.u_l) &&
!memcmp(req->buf->p + msg->sl.rq.u,
s->fe->monitor_uri,
s->fe->monitor_uri_len))) {
/*
* We have found the monitor URI
*/
struct acl_cond *cond;
s->flags |= SN_MONITOR;
s->fe->fe_counters.intercepted_req++;
/* Check if we want to fail this monitor request or not */
list_for_each_entry(cond, &s->fe->mon_fail_cond, list) {
int ret = acl_exec_cond(cond, s->fe, s, txn, SMP_OPT_DIR_REQ|SMP_OPT_FINAL);
ret = acl_pass(ret);
if (cond->pol == ACL_COND_UNLESS)
ret = !ret;
if (ret) {
/* we fail this request, let's return 503 service unavail */
txn->status = 503;
stream_int_retnclose(req->prod, http_error_message(s, HTTP_ERR_503));
if (!(s->flags & SN_ERR_MASK))
s->flags |= SN_ERR_LOCAL; /* we don't want a real error here */
goto return_prx_cond;
}
}
/* nothing to fail, let's reply normaly */
txn->status = 200;
stream_int_retnclose(req->prod, http_error_message(s, HTTP_ERR_200));
if (!(s->flags & SN_ERR_MASK))
s->flags |= SN_ERR_LOCAL; /* we don't want a real error here */
goto return_prx_cond;
}
/*
* 3: Maybe we have to copy the original REQURI for the logs ?
* Note: we cannot log anymore if the request has been
* classified as invalid.
*/
if (unlikely(s->logs.logwait & LW_REQ)) {
/* we have a complete HTTP request that we must log */
if ((txn->uri = pool_alloc2(pool2_requri)) != NULL) {
int urilen = msg->sl.rq.l;
if (urilen >= REQURI_LEN)
urilen = REQURI_LEN - 1;
memcpy(txn->uri, req->buf->p, urilen);
txn->uri[urilen] = 0;