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#!/usr/bin/env python3
# Copyright (c) 2014-2016 The Bitcoin Core developers
# Distributed under the MIT software license, see the accompanying
# file COPYING or http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php.
"""Test the RPC HTTP basics."""
from test_framework.test_framework import BitcoinTestFramework
from test_framework.util import *
import http.client
import urllib.parse
class HTTPBasicsTest (BitcoinTestFramework):
def __init__(self):
super().__init__()
self.num_nodes = 3
self.setup_clean_chain = False
def setup_network(self):
self.nodes = self.setup_nodes()
def run_test(self):
#################################################
# lowlevel check for http persistent connection #
#################################################
url = urllib.parse.urlparse(self.nodes[0].url)
authpair = url.username + ':' + url.password
headers = {"Authorization": "Basic " + str_to_b64str(authpair)}
conn = http.client.HTTPConnection(url.hostname, url.port)
conn.connect()
conn.request('POST', '/', '{"method": "getbestblockhash"}', headers)
out1 = conn.getresponse().read()
assert(b'"error":null' in out1)
assert(conn.sock!=None) #according to http/1.1 connection must still be open!
#send 2nd request without closing connection
conn.request('POST', '/', '{"method": "getchaintips"}', headers)
out1 = conn.getresponse().read()
assert(b'"error":null' in out1) #must also response with a correct json-rpc message
assert(conn.sock!=None) #according to http/1.1 connection must still be open!
conn.close()
#same should be if we add keep-alive because this should be the std. behaviour
headers = {"Authorization": "Basic " + str_to_b64str(authpair), "Connection": "keep-alive"}
conn = http.client.HTTPConnection(url.hostname, url.port)
conn.connect()
conn.request('POST', '/', '{"method": "getbestblockhash"}', headers)
out1 = conn.getresponse().read()
assert(b'"error":null' in out1)
assert(conn.sock!=None) #according to http/1.1 connection must still be open!
#send 2nd request without closing connection
conn.request('POST', '/', '{"method": "getchaintips"}', headers)
out1 = conn.getresponse().read()
assert(b'"error":null' in out1) #must also response with a correct json-rpc message
assert(conn.sock!=None) #according to http/1.1 connection must still be open!
conn.close()
#now do the same with "Connection: close"
headers = {"Authorization": "Basic " + str_to_b64str(authpair), "Connection":"close"}
conn = http.client.HTTPConnection(url.hostname, url.port)
conn.connect()
conn.request('POST', '/', '{"method": "getbestblockhash"}', headers)
out1 = conn.getresponse().read()
assert(b'"error":null' in out1)
assert(conn.sock==None) #now the connection must be closed after the response
#node1 (2nd node) is running with disabled keep-alive option
urlNode1 = urllib.parse.urlparse(self.nodes[1].url)
authpair = urlNode1.username + ':' + urlNode1.password
headers = {"Authorization": "Basic " + str_to_b64str(authpair)}
conn = http.client.HTTPConnection(urlNode1.hostname, urlNode1.port)
conn.connect()
conn.request('POST', '/', '{"method": "getbestblockhash"}', headers)
out1 = conn.getresponse().read()
assert(b'"error":null' in out1)
#node2 (third node) is running with standard keep-alive parameters which means keep-alive is on
urlNode2 = urllib.parse.urlparse(self.nodes[2].url)
authpair = urlNode2.username + ':' + urlNode2.password
headers = {"Authorization": "Basic " + str_to_b64str(authpair)}
conn = http.client.HTTPConnection(urlNode2.hostname, urlNode2.port)
conn.connect()
conn.request('POST', '/', '{"method": "getbestblockhash"}', headers)
out1 = conn.getresponse().read()
assert(b'"error":null' in out1)
assert(conn.sock!=None) #connection must be closed because bitcoind should use keep-alive by default
# Check excessive request size
conn = http.client.HTTPConnection(urlNode2.hostname, urlNode2.port)
conn.connect()
conn.request('GET', '/' + ('x'*1000), '', headers)
out1 = conn.getresponse()
assert_equal(out1.status, http.client.NOT_FOUND)
conn = http.client.HTTPConnection(urlNode2.hostname, urlNode2.port)
conn.connect()
conn.request('GET', '/' + ('x'*10000), '', headers)
out1 = conn.getresponse()
assert_equal(out1.status, http.client.BAD_REQUEST)
if __name__ == '__main__':
HTTPBasicsTest ().main ()