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#!/usr/bin/env python3
# Copyright (c) 2010 ArtForz -- public domain half-a-node
# Copyright (c) 2012 Jeff Garzik
# Copyright (c) 2010-2016 The Bitcoin Core developers
# Distributed under the MIT software license, see the accompanying
# file COPYING or http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php.
"""Bitcoin P2P network half-a-node.
This python code was modified from ArtForz' public domain half-a-node, as
found in the mini-node branch of http://github.com/jgarzik/pynode.
NodeConn: an object which manages p2p connectivity to a bitcoin node
NodeConnCB: a base class that describes the interface for receiving
callbacks with network messages from a NodeConn
CBlock, CTransaction, CBlockHeader, CTxIn, CTxOut, etc....:
data structures that should map to corresponding structures in
bitcoin/primitives
msg_block, msg_tx, msg_headers, etc.:
data structures that represent network messages
ser_*, deser_*: functions that handle serialization/deserialization
"""
import asyncore
from codecs import encode
from collections import defaultdict
import copy
import hashlib
from io import BytesIO
import logging
import random
import socket
import struct
import sys
import time
from threading import RLock, Thread
from test_framework.siphash import siphash256
from test_framework.util import hex_str_to_bytes, bytes_to_hex_str
BIP0031_VERSION = 60000
MY_VERSION = 70014 # past bip-31 for ping/pong
MY_SUBVERSION = b"/python-mininode-tester:0.0.3/"
MY_RELAY = 1 # from version 70001 onwards, fRelay should be appended to version messages (BIP37)
MAX_INV_SZ = 50000
MAX_BLOCK_BASE_SIZE = 1000000
COIN = 100000000 # 1 btc in satoshis
NODE_NETWORK = (1 << 0)
NODE_GETUTXO = (1 << 1)
NODE_BLOOM = (1 << 2)
NODE_WITNESS = (1 << 3)
logger = logging.getLogger("TestFramework.mininode")
# Keep our own socket map for asyncore, so that we can track disconnects
# ourselves (to workaround an issue with closing an asyncore socket when
# using select)
mininode_socket_map = dict()
# One lock for synchronizing all data access between the networking thread (see
# NetworkThread below) and the thread running the test logic. For simplicity,
# NodeConn acquires this lock whenever delivering a message to to a NodeConnCB,
# and whenever adding anything to the send buffer (in send_message()). This
# lock should be acquired in the thread running the test logic to synchronize
# access to any data shared with the NodeConnCB or NodeConn.
mininode_lock = RLock()
# Serialization/deserialization tools
def sha256(s):
return hashlib.new('sha256', s).digest()
def ripemd160(s):
return hashlib.new('ripemd160', s).digest()
def hash256(s):
return sha256(sha256(s))
def ser_compact_size(l):
r = b""
if l < 253:
r = struct.pack("B", l)
elif l < 0x10000:
r = struct.pack("<BH", 253, l)
elif l < 0x100000000:
r = struct.pack("<BI", 254, l)
else:
r = struct.pack("<BQ", 255, l)
return r
def deser_compact_size(f):
nit = struct.unpack("<B", f.read(1))[0]
if nit == 253:
nit = struct.unpack("<H", f.read(2))[0]
elif nit == 254:
nit = struct.unpack("<I", f.read(4))[0]
elif nit == 255:
nit = struct.unpack("<Q", f.read(8))[0]
return nit
def deser_string(f):
nit = deser_compact_size(f)
return f.read(nit)
def ser_string(s):
return ser_compact_size(len(s)) + s
def deser_uint256(f):
r = 0
for i in range(8):
t = struct.unpack("<I", f.read(4))[0]
r += t << (i * 32)
return r
def ser_uint256(u):
rs = b""
for i in range(8):
rs += struct.pack("<I", u & 0xFFFFFFFF)
u >>= 32
return rs
def uint256_from_str(s):
r = 0
t = struct.unpack("<IIIIIIII", s[:32])
for i in range(8):
r += t[i] << (i * 32)
return r
def uint256_from_compact(c):
nbytes = (c >> 24) & 0xFF
v = (c & 0xFFFFFF) << (8 * (nbytes - 3))
return v
def deser_vector(f, c):
nit = deser_compact_size(f)
r = []
for i in range(nit):
t = c()
t.deserialize(f)
r.append(t)
return r
# ser_function_name: Allow for an alternate serialization function on the
# entries in the vector (we use this for serializing the vector of transactions
# for a witness block).
def ser_vector(l, ser_function_name=None):
r = ser_compact_size(len(l))
for i in l:
if ser_function_name:
r += getattr(i, ser_function_name)()
else:
r += i.serialize()
return r
def deser_uint256_vector(f):
nit = deser_compact_size(f)
r = []
for i in range(nit):
t = deser_uint256(f)
r.append(t)
return r
def ser_uint256_vector(l):
r = ser_compact_size(len(l))
for i in l:
r += ser_uint256(i)
return r
def deser_string_vector(f):
nit = deser_compact_size(f)
r = []
for i in range(nit):
t = deser_string(f)
r.append(t)
return r
def ser_string_vector(l):
r = ser_compact_size(len(l))
for sv in l:
r += ser_string(sv)
return r
def deser_int_vector(f):
nit = deser_compact_size(f)
r = []
for i in range(nit):
t = struct.unpack("<i", f.read(4))[0]
r.append(t)
return r
def ser_int_vector(l):
r = ser_compact_size(len(l))
for i in l:
r += struct.pack("<i", i)
return r
# Deserialize from a hex string representation (eg from RPC)
def FromHex(obj, hex_string):
obj.deserialize(BytesIO(hex_str_to_bytes(hex_string)))
return obj
# Convert a binary-serializable object to hex (eg for submission via RPC)
def ToHex(obj):
return bytes_to_hex_str(obj.serialize())
# Objects that map to bitcoind objects, which can be serialized/deserialized
class CAddress(object):
def __init__(self):
self.nServices = 1
self.pchReserved = b"\x00" * 10 + b"\xff" * 2
self.ip = "0.0.0.0"
self.port = 0
def deserialize(self, f):
self.nServices = struct.unpack("<Q", f.read(8))[0]
self.pchReserved = f.read(12)
self.ip = socket.inet_ntoa(f.read(4))
self.port = struct.unpack(">H", f.read(2))[0]
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += struct.pack("<Q", self.nServices)
r += self.pchReserved
r += socket.inet_aton(self.ip)
r += struct.pack(">H", self.port)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "CAddress(nServices=%i ip=%s port=%i)" % (self.nServices,
self.ip, self.port)
MSG_WITNESS_FLAG = 1<<30
class CInv(object):
typemap = {
0: "Error",
1: "TX",
2: "Block",
1|MSG_WITNESS_FLAG: "WitnessTx",
2|MSG_WITNESS_FLAG : "WitnessBlock",
4: "CompactBlock"
}
def __init__(self, t=0, h=0):
self.type = t
self.hash = h
def deserialize(self, f):
self.type = struct.unpack("<i", f.read(4))[0]
self.hash = deser_uint256(f)
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += struct.pack("<i", self.type)
r += ser_uint256(self.hash)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "CInv(type=%s hash=%064x)" \
% (self.typemap[self.type], self.hash)
class CBlockLocator(object):
def __init__(self):
self.nVersion = MY_VERSION
self.vHave = []
def deserialize(self, f):
self.nVersion = struct.unpack("<i", f.read(4))[0]
self.vHave = deser_uint256_vector(f)
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += struct.pack("<i", self.nVersion)
r += ser_uint256_vector(self.vHave)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "CBlockLocator(nVersion=%i vHave=%s)" \
% (self.nVersion, repr(self.vHave))
class COutPoint(object):
def __init__(self, hash=0, n=0):
self.hash = hash
self.n = n
def deserialize(self, f):
self.hash = deser_uint256(f)
self.n = struct.unpack("<I", f.read(4))[0]
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += ser_uint256(self.hash)
r += struct.pack("<I", self.n)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "COutPoint(hash=%064x n=%i)" % (self.hash, self.n)
class CTxIn(object):
def __init__(self, outpoint=None, scriptSig=b"", nSequence=0):
if outpoint is None:
self.prevout = COutPoint()
else:
self.prevout = outpoint
self.scriptSig = scriptSig
self.nSequence = nSequence
def deserialize(self, f):
self.prevout = COutPoint()
self.prevout.deserialize(f)
self.scriptSig = deser_string(f)
self.nSequence = struct.unpack("<I", f.read(4))[0]
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += self.prevout.serialize()
r += ser_string(self.scriptSig)
r += struct.pack("<I", self.nSequence)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "CTxIn(prevout=%s scriptSig=%s nSequence=%i)" \
% (repr(self.prevout), bytes_to_hex_str(self.scriptSig),
self.nSequence)
class CTxOut(object):
def __init__(self, nValue=0, scriptPubKey=b""):
self.nValue = nValue
self.scriptPubKey = scriptPubKey
def deserialize(self, f):
self.nValue = struct.unpack("<q", f.read(8))[0]
self.scriptPubKey = deser_string(f)
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += struct.pack("<q", self.nValue)
r += ser_string(self.scriptPubKey)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "CTxOut(nValue=%i.%08i scriptPubKey=%s)" \
% (self.nValue // COIN, self.nValue % COIN,
bytes_to_hex_str(self.scriptPubKey))
class CScriptWitness(object):
def __init__(self):
# stack is a vector of strings
self.stack = []
def __repr__(self):
return "CScriptWitness(%s)" % \
(",".join([bytes_to_hex_str(x) for x in self.stack]))
def is_null(self):
if self.stack:
return False
return True
class CTxInWitness(object):
def __init__(self):
self.scriptWitness = CScriptWitness()
def deserialize(self, f):
self.scriptWitness.stack = deser_string_vector(f)
def serialize(self):
return ser_string_vector(self.scriptWitness.stack)
def __repr__(self):
return repr(self.scriptWitness)
def is_null(self):
return self.scriptWitness.is_null()
class CTxWitness(object):
def __init__(self):
self.vtxinwit = []
def deserialize(self, f):
for i in range(len(self.vtxinwit)):
self.vtxinwit[i].deserialize(f)
def serialize(self):
r = b""
# This is different than the usual vector serialization --
# we omit the length of the vector, which is required to be
# the same length as the transaction's vin vector.
for x in self.vtxinwit:
r += x.serialize()
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "CTxWitness(%s)" % \
(';'.join([repr(x) for x in self.vtxinwit]))
def is_null(self):
for x in self.vtxinwit:
if not x.is_null():
return False
return True
class CTransaction(object):
def __init__(self, tx=None):
if tx is None:
self.nVersion = 1
self.vin = []
self.vout = []
self.wit = CTxWitness()
self.nLockTime = 0
self.sha256 = None
self.hash = None
else:
self.nVersion = tx.nVersion
self.vin = copy.deepcopy(tx.vin)
self.vout = copy.deepcopy(tx.vout)
self.nLockTime = tx.nLockTime
self.sha256 = tx.sha256
self.hash = tx.hash
self.wit = copy.deepcopy(tx.wit)
def deserialize(self, f):
self.nVersion = struct.unpack("<i", f.read(4))[0]
self.vin = deser_vector(f, CTxIn)
flags = 0
if len(self.vin) == 0:
flags = struct.unpack("<B", f.read(1))[0]
# Not sure why flags can't be zero, but this
# matches the implementation in bitcoind
if (flags != 0):
self.vin = deser_vector(f, CTxIn)
self.vout = deser_vector(f, CTxOut)
else:
self.vout = deser_vector(f, CTxOut)
if flags != 0:
self.wit.vtxinwit = [CTxInWitness() for i in range(len(self.vin))]
self.wit.deserialize(f)
self.nLockTime = struct.unpack("<I", f.read(4))[0]
self.sha256 = None
self.hash = None
def serialize_without_witness(self):
r = b""
r += struct.pack("<i", self.nVersion)
r += ser_vector(self.vin)
r += ser_vector(self.vout)
r += struct.pack("<I", self.nLockTime)
return r
# Only serialize with witness when explicitly called for
def serialize_with_witness(self):
flags = 0
if not self.wit.is_null():
flags |= 1
r = b""
r += struct.pack("<i", self.nVersion)
if flags:
dummy = []
r += ser_vector(dummy)
r += struct.pack("<B", flags)
r += ser_vector(self.vin)
r += ser_vector(self.vout)
if flags & 1:
if (len(self.wit.vtxinwit) != len(self.vin)):
# vtxinwit must have the same length as vin
self.wit.vtxinwit = self.wit.vtxinwit[:len(self.vin)]
for i in range(len(self.wit.vtxinwit), len(self.vin)):
self.wit.vtxinwit.append(CTxInWitness())
r += self.wit.serialize()
r += struct.pack("<I", self.nLockTime)
return r
# Regular serialization is without witness -- must explicitly
# call serialize_with_witness to include witness data.
def serialize(self):
return self.serialize_without_witness()
# Recalculate the txid (transaction hash without witness)
def rehash(self):
self.sha256 = None
self.calc_sha256()
# We will only cache the serialization without witness in
# self.sha256 and self.hash -- those are expected to be the txid.
def calc_sha256(self, with_witness=False):
if with_witness:
# Don't cache the result, just return it
return uint256_from_str(hash256(self.serialize_with_witness()))
if self.sha256 is None:
self.sha256 = uint256_from_str(hash256(self.serialize_without_witness()))
self.hash = encode(hash256(self.serialize())[::-1], 'hex_codec').decode('ascii')
def is_valid(self):
self.calc_sha256()
for tout in self.vout:
if tout.nValue < 0 or tout.nValue > 21000000 * COIN:
return False
return True
def __repr__(self):
return "CTransaction(nVersion=%i vin=%s vout=%s wit=%s nLockTime=%i)" \
% (self.nVersion, repr(self.vin), repr(self.vout), repr(self.wit), self.nLockTime)
class CBlockHeader(object):
def __init__(self, header=None):
if header is None:
self.set_null()
else:
self.nVersion = header.nVersion
self.hashPrevBlock = header.hashPrevBlock
self.hashMerkleRoot = header.hashMerkleRoot
self.nTime = header.nTime
self.nBits = header.nBits
self.nNonce = header.nNonce
self.sha256 = header.sha256
self.hash = header.hash
self.calc_sha256()
def set_null(self):
self.nVersion = 1
self.hashPrevBlock = 0
self.hashMerkleRoot = 0
self.nTime = 0
self.nBits = 0
self.nNonce = 0
self.sha256 = None
self.hash = None
def deserialize(self, f):
self.nVersion = struct.unpack("<i", f.read(4))[0]
self.hashPrevBlock = deser_uint256(f)
self.hashMerkleRoot = deser_uint256(f)
self.nTime = struct.unpack("<I", f.read(4))[0]
self.nBits = struct.unpack("<I", f.read(4))[0]
self.nNonce = struct.unpack("<I", f.read(4))[0]
self.sha256 = None
self.hash = None
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += struct.pack("<i", self.nVersion)
r += ser_uint256(self.hashPrevBlock)
r += ser_uint256(self.hashMerkleRoot)
r += struct.pack("<I", self.nTime)
r += struct.pack("<I", self.nBits)
r += struct.pack("<I", self.nNonce)
return r
def calc_sha256(self):
if self.sha256 is None:
r = b""
r += struct.pack("<i", self.nVersion)
r += ser_uint256(self.hashPrevBlock)
r += ser_uint256(self.hashMerkleRoot)
r += struct.pack("<I", self.nTime)
r += struct.pack("<I", self.nBits)
r += struct.pack("<I", self.nNonce)
self.sha256 = uint256_from_str(hash256(r))
self.hash = encode(hash256(r)[::-1], 'hex_codec').decode('ascii')
def rehash(self):
self.sha256 = None
self.calc_sha256()
return self.sha256
def __repr__(self):
return "CBlockHeader(nVersion=%i hashPrevBlock=%064x hashMerkleRoot=%064x nTime=%s nBits=%08x nNonce=%08x)" \
% (self.nVersion, self.hashPrevBlock, self.hashMerkleRoot,
time.ctime(self.nTime), self.nBits, self.nNonce)
class CBlock(CBlockHeader):
def __init__(self, header=None):
super(CBlock, self).__init__(header)
self.vtx = []
def deserialize(self, f):
super(CBlock, self).deserialize(f)
self.vtx = deser_vector(f, CTransaction)
def serialize(self, with_witness=False):
r = b""
r += super(CBlock, self).serialize()
if with_witness:
r += ser_vector(self.vtx, "serialize_with_witness")
else:
r += ser_vector(self.vtx)
return r
# Calculate the merkle root given a vector of transaction hashes
@classmethod
def get_merkle_root(cls, hashes):
while len(hashes) > 1:
newhashes = []
for i in range(0, len(hashes), 2):
i2 = min(i+1, len(hashes)-1)
newhashes.append(hash256(hashes[i] + hashes[i2]))
hashes = newhashes
return uint256_from_str(hashes[0])
def calc_merkle_root(self):
hashes = []
for tx in self.vtx:
tx.calc_sha256()
hashes.append(ser_uint256(tx.sha256))
return self.get_merkle_root(hashes)
def calc_witness_merkle_root(self):
# For witness root purposes, the hash of the
# coinbase, with witness, is defined to be 0...0
hashes = [ser_uint256(0)]
for tx in self.vtx[1:]:
# Calculate the hashes with witness data
hashes.append(ser_uint256(tx.calc_sha256(True)))
return self.get_merkle_root(hashes)
def is_valid(self):
self.calc_sha256()
target = uint256_from_compact(self.nBits)
if self.sha256 > target:
return False
for tx in self.vtx:
if not tx.is_valid():
return False
if self.calc_merkle_root() != self.hashMerkleRoot:
return False
return True
def solve(self):
self.rehash()
target = uint256_from_compact(self.nBits)
while self.sha256 > target:
self.nNonce += 1
self.rehash()
def __repr__(self):
return "CBlock(nVersion=%i hashPrevBlock=%064x hashMerkleRoot=%064x nTime=%s nBits=%08x nNonce=%08x vtx=%s)" \
% (self.nVersion, self.hashPrevBlock, self.hashMerkleRoot,
time.ctime(self.nTime), self.nBits, self.nNonce, repr(self.vtx))
class CUnsignedAlert(object):
def __init__(self):
self.nVersion = 1
self.nRelayUntil = 0
self.nExpiration = 0
self.nID = 0
self.nCancel = 0
self.setCancel = []
self.nMinVer = 0
self.nMaxVer = 0
self.setSubVer = []
self.nPriority = 0
self.strComment = b""
self.strStatusBar = b""
self.strReserved = b""
def deserialize(self, f):
self.nVersion = struct.unpack("<i", f.read(4))[0]
self.nRelayUntil = struct.unpack("<q", f.read(8))[0]
self.nExpiration = struct.unpack("<q", f.read(8))[0]
self.nID = struct.unpack("<i", f.read(4))[0]
self.nCancel = struct.unpack("<i", f.read(4))[0]
self.setCancel = deser_int_vector(f)
self.nMinVer = struct.unpack("<i", f.read(4))[0]
self.nMaxVer = struct.unpack("<i", f.read(4))[0]
self.setSubVer = deser_string_vector(f)
self.nPriority = struct.unpack("<i", f.read(4))[0]
self.strComment = deser_string(f)
self.strStatusBar = deser_string(f)
self.strReserved = deser_string(f)
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += struct.pack("<i", self.nVersion)
r += struct.pack("<q", self.nRelayUntil)
r += struct.pack("<q", self.nExpiration)
r += struct.pack("<i", self.nID)
r += struct.pack("<i", self.nCancel)
r += ser_int_vector(self.setCancel)
r += struct.pack("<i", self.nMinVer)
r += struct.pack("<i", self.nMaxVer)
r += ser_string_vector(self.setSubVer)
r += struct.pack("<i", self.nPriority)
r += ser_string(self.strComment)
r += ser_string(self.strStatusBar)
r += ser_string(self.strReserved)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "CUnsignedAlert(nVersion %d, nRelayUntil %d, nExpiration %d, nID %d, nCancel %d, nMinVer %d, nMaxVer %d, nPriority %d, strComment %s, strStatusBar %s, strReserved %s)" \
% (self.nVersion, self.nRelayUntil, self.nExpiration, self.nID,
self.nCancel, self.nMinVer, self.nMaxVer, self.nPriority,
self.strComment, self.strStatusBar, self.strReserved)
class CAlert(object):
def __init__(self):
self.vchMsg = b""
self.vchSig = b""
def deserialize(self, f):
self.vchMsg = deser_string(f)
self.vchSig = deser_string(f)
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += ser_string(self.vchMsg)
r += ser_string(self.vchSig)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "CAlert(vchMsg.sz %d, vchSig.sz %d)" \
% (len(self.vchMsg), len(self.vchSig))
class PrefilledTransaction(object):
def __init__(self, index=0, tx = None):
self.index = index
self.tx = tx
def deserialize(self, f):
self.index = deser_compact_size(f)
self.tx = CTransaction()
self.tx.deserialize(f)
def serialize(self, with_witness=False):
r = b""
r += ser_compact_size(self.index)
if with_witness:
r += self.tx.serialize_with_witness()
else:
r += self.tx.serialize_without_witness()
return r
def serialize_with_witness(self):
return self.serialize(with_witness=True)
def __repr__(self):
return "PrefilledTransaction(index=%d, tx=%s)" % (self.index, repr(self.tx))
# This is what we send on the wire, in a cmpctblock message.
class P2PHeaderAndShortIDs(object):
def __init__(self):
self.header = CBlockHeader()
self.nonce = 0
self.shortids_length = 0
self.shortids = []
self.prefilled_txn_length = 0
self.prefilled_txn = []
def deserialize(self, f):
self.header.deserialize(f)
self.nonce = struct.unpack("<Q", f.read(8))[0]
self.shortids_length = deser_compact_size(f)
for i in range(self.shortids_length):
# shortids are defined to be 6 bytes in the spec, so append
# two zero bytes and read it in as an 8-byte number
self.shortids.append(struct.unpack("<Q", f.read(6) + b'\x00\x00')[0])
self.prefilled_txn = deser_vector(f, PrefilledTransaction)
self.prefilled_txn_length = len(self.prefilled_txn)
# When using version 2 compact blocks, we must serialize with_witness.
def serialize(self, with_witness=False):
r = b""
r += self.header.serialize()
r += struct.pack("<Q", self.nonce)
r += ser_compact_size(self.shortids_length)
for x in self.shortids:
# We only want the first 6 bytes
r += struct.pack("<Q", x)[0:6]
if with_witness:
r += ser_vector(self.prefilled_txn, "serialize_with_witness")
else:
r += ser_vector(self.prefilled_txn)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "P2PHeaderAndShortIDs(header=%s, nonce=%d, shortids_length=%d, shortids=%s, prefilled_txn_length=%d, prefilledtxn=%s" % (repr(self.header), self.nonce, self.shortids_length, repr(self.shortids), self.prefilled_txn_length, repr(self.prefilled_txn))
# P2P version of the above that will use witness serialization (for compact
# block version 2)
class P2PHeaderAndShortWitnessIDs(P2PHeaderAndShortIDs):
def serialize(self):
return super(P2PHeaderAndShortWitnessIDs, self).serialize(with_witness=True)
# Calculate the BIP 152-compact blocks shortid for a given transaction hash
def calculate_shortid(k0, k1, tx_hash):
expected_shortid = siphash256(k0, k1, tx_hash)
expected_shortid &= 0x0000ffffffffffff
return expected_shortid
# This version gets rid of the array lengths, and reinterprets the differential
# encoding into indices that can be used for lookup.
class HeaderAndShortIDs(object):
def __init__(self, p2pheaders_and_shortids = None):
self.header = CBlockHeader()
self.nonce = 0
self.shortids = []
self.prefilled_txn = []
self.use_witness = False
if p2pheaders_and_shortids != None:
self.header = p2pheaders_and_shortids.header
self.nonce = p2pheaders_and_shortids.nonce
self.shortids = p2pheaders_and_shortids.shortids
last_index = -1
for x in p2pheaders_and_shortids.prefilled_txn:
self.prefilled_txn.append(PrefilledTransaction(x.index + last_index + 1, x.tx))
last_index = self.prefilled_txn[-1].index
def to_p2p(self):
if self.use_witness:
ret = P2PHeaderAndShortWitnessIDs()
else:
ret = P2PHeaderAndShortIDs()
ret.header = self.header
ret.nonce = self.nonce
ret.shortids_length = len(self.shortids)
ret.shortids = self.shortids
ret.prefilled_txn_length = len(self.prefilled_txn)
ret.prefilled_txn = []
last_index = -1
for x in self.prefilled_txn:
ret.prefilled_txn.append(PrefilledTransaction(x.index - last_index - 1, x.tx))
last_index = x.index
return ret
def get_siphash_keys(self):
header_nonce = self.header.serialize()
header_nonce += struct.pack("<Q", self.nonce)
hash_header_nonce_as_str = sha256(header_nonce)
key0 = struct.unpack("<Q", hash_header_nonce_as_str[0:8])[0]
key1 = struct.unpack("<Q", hash_header_nonce_as_str[8:16])[0]
return [ key0, key1 ]
# Version 2 compact blocks use wtxid in shortids (rather than txid)
def initialize_from_block(self, block, nonce=0, prefill_list = [0], use_witness = False):
self.header = CBlockHeader(block)
self.nonce = nonce
self.prefilled_txn = [ PrefilledTransaction(i, block.vtx[i]) for i in prefill_list ]
self.shortids = []
self.use_witness = use_witness
[k0, k1] = self.get_siphash_keys()
for i in range(len(block.vtx)):
if i not in prefill_list:
tx_hash = block.vtx[i].sha256
if use_witness:
tx_hash = block.vtx[i].calc_sha256(with_witness=True)
self.shortids.append(calculate_shortid(k0, k1, tx_hash))
def __repr__(self):
return "HeaderAndShortIDs(header=%s, nonce=%d, shortids=%s, prefilledtxn=%s" % (repr(self.header), self.nonce, repr(self.shortids), repr(self.prefilled_txn))
class BlockTransactionsRequest(object):
def __init__(self, blockhash=0, indexes = None):
self.blockhash = blockhash
self.indexes = indexes if indexes != None else []
def deserialize(self, f):
self.blockhash = deser_uint256(f)
indexes_length = deser_compact_size(f)
for i in range(indexes_length):
self.indexes.append(deser_compact_size(f))
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += ser_uint256(self.blockhash)
r += ser_compact_size(len(self.indexes))
for x in self.indexes:
r += ser_compact_size(x)
return r
# helper to set the differentially encoded indexes from absolute ones
def from_absolute(self, absolute_indexes):
self.indexes = []
last_index = -1
for x in absolute_indexes:
self.indexes.append(x-last_index-1)
last_index = x
def to_absolute(self):
absolute_indexes = []
last_index = -1
for x in self.indexes:
absolute_indexes.append(x+last_index+1)
last_index = absolute_indexes[-1]
return absolute_indexes
def __repr__(self):
return "BlockTransactionsRequest(hash=%064x indexes=%s)" % (self.blockhash, repr(self.indexes))
class BlockTransactions(object):
def __init__(self, blockhash=0, transactions = None):
self.blockhash = blockhash
self.transactions = transactions if transactions != None else []
def deserialize(self, f):
self.blockhash = deser_uint256(f)
self.transactions = deser_vector(f, CTransaction)
def serialize(self, with_witness=False):
r = b""
r += ser_uint256(self.blockhash)
if with_witness:
r += ser_vector(self.transactions, "serialize_with_witness")
else:
r += ser_vector(self.transactions)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "BlockTransactions(hash=%064x transactions=%s)" % (self.blockhash, repr(self.transactions))
# Objects that correspond to messages on the wire
class msg_version(object):
command = b"version"
def __init__(self):
self.nVersion = MY_VERSION
self.nServices = 1
self.nTime = int(time.time())
self.addrTo = CAddress()
self.addrFrom = CAddress()
self.nNonce = random.getrandbits(64)
self.strSubVer = MY_SUBVERSION
self.nStartingHeight = -1
self.nRelay = MY_RELAY
def deserialize(self, f):
self.nVersion = struct.unpack("<i", f.read(4))[0]
if self.nVersion == 10300:
self.nVersion = 300
self.nServices = struct.unpack("<Q", f.read(8))[0]
self.nTime = struct.unpack("<q", f.read(8))[0]
self.addrTo = CAddress()
self.addrTo.deserialize(f)
if self.nVersion >= 106:
self.addrFrom = CAddress()
self.addrFrom.deserialize(f)
self.nNonce = struct.unpack("<Q", f.read(8))[0]
self.strSubVer = deser_string(f)
else:
self.addrFrom = None
self.nNonce = None
self.strSubVer = None
self.nStartingHeight = None
if self.nVersion >= 209:
self.nStartingHeight = struct.unpack("<i", f.read(4))[0]
else:
self.nStartingHeight = None
if self.nVersion >= 70001:
# Relay field is optional for version 70001 onwards
try:
self.nRelay = struct.unpack("<b", f.read(1))[0]
except:
self.nRelay = 0
else:
self.nRelay = 0
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += struct.pack("<i", self.nVersion)
r += struct.pack("<Q", self.nServices)
r += struct.pack("<q", self.nTime)
r += self.addrTo.serialize()
r += self.addrFrom.serialize()
r += struct.pack("<Q", self.nNonce)
r += ser_string(self.strSubVer)
r += struct.pack("<i", self.nStartingHeight)
r += struct.pack("<b", self.nRelay)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return 'msg_version(nVersion=%i nServices=%i nTime=%s addrTo=%s addrFrom=%s nNonce=0x%016X strSubVer=%s nStartingHeight=%i nRelay=%i)' \
% (self.nVersion, self.nServices, time.ctime(self.nTime),
repr(self.addrTo), repr(self.addrFrom), self.nNonce,
self.strSubVer, self.nStartingHeight, self.nRelay)
class msg_verack(object):
command = b"verack"
def __init__(self):
pass
def deserialize(self, f):
pass
def serialize(self):
return b""
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_verack()"
class msg_addr(object):
command = b"addr"
def __init__(self):
self.addrs = []
def deserialize(self, f):
self.addrs = deser_vector(f, CAddress)
def serialize(self):
return ser_vector(self.addrs)
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_addr(addrs=%s)" % (repr(self.addrs))
class msg_alert(object):
command = b"alert"
def __init__(self):
self.alert = CAlert()
def deserialize(self, f):
self.alert = CAlert()
self.alert.deserialize(f)
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += self.alert.serialize()
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_alert(alert=%s)" % (repr(self.alert), )
class msg_inv(object):
command = b"inv"
def __init__(self, inv=None):
if inv is None:
self.inv = []
else:
self.inv = inv
def deserialize(self, f):
self.inv = deser_vector(f, CInv)
def serialize(self):
return ser_vector(self.inv)
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_inv(inv=%s)" % (repr(self.inv))
class msg_getdata(object):
command = b"getdata"
def __init__(self, inv=None):
self.inv = inv if inv != None else []
def deserialize(self, f):
self.inv = deser_vector(f, CInv)
def serialize(self):
return ser_vector(self.inv)
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_getdata(inv=%s)" % (repr(self.inv))
class msg_getblocks(object):
command = b"getblocks"
def __init__(self):
self.locator = CBlockLocator()
self.hashstop = 0
def deserialize(self, f):
self.locator = CBlockLocator()
self.locator.deserialize(f)
self.hashstop = deser_uint256(f)
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += self.locator.serialize()
r += ser_uint256(self.hashstop)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_getblocks(locator=%s hashstop=%064x)" \
% (repr(self.locator), self.hashstop)
class msg_tx(object):
command = b"tx"
def __init__(self, tx=CTransaction()):
self.tx = tx
def deserialize(self, f):
self.tx.deserialize(f)
def serialize(self):
return self.tx.serialize_without_witness()
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_tx(tx=%s)" % (repr(self.tx))
class msg_witness_tx(msg_tx):
def serialize(self):
return self.tx.serialize_with_witness()
class msg_block(object):
command = b"block"
def __init__(self, block=None):
if block is None:
self.block = CBlock()
else:
self.block = block
def deserialize(self, f):
self.block.deserialize(f)
def serialize(self):
return self.block.serialize()
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_block(block=%s)" % (repr(self.block))
# for cases where a user needs tighter control over what is sent over the wire
# note that the user must supply the name of the command, and the data
class msg_generic(object):
def __init__(self, command, data=None):
self.command = command
self.data = data
def serialize(self):
return self.data
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_generic()"
class msg_witness_block(msg_block):
def serialize(self):
r = self.block.serialize(with_witness=True)
return r
class msg_getaddr(object):
command = b"getaddr"
def __init__(self):
pass
def deserialize(self, f):
pass
def serialize(self):
return b""
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_getaddr()"
class msg_ping_prebip31(object):
command = b"ping"
def __init__(self):
pass
def deserialize(self, f):
pass
def serialize(self):
return b""
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_ping() (pre-bip31)"
class msg_ping(object):
command = b"ping"
def __init__(self, nonce=0):
self.nonce = nonce
def deserialize(self, f):
self.nonce = struct.unpack("<Q", f.read(8))[0]
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += struct.pack("<Q", self.nonce)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_ping(nonce=%08x)" % self.nonce
class msg_pong(object):
command = b"pong"
def __init__(self, nonce=0):
self.nonce = nonce
def deserialize(self, f):
self.nonce = struct.unpack("<Q", f.read(8))[0]
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += struct.pack("<Q", self.nonce)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_pong(nonce=%08x)" % self.nonce
class msg_mempool(object):
command = b"mempool"
def __init__(self):
pass
def deserialize(self, f):
pass
def serialize(self):
return b""
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_mempool()"
class msg_sendheaders(object):
command = b"sendheaders"
def __init__(self):
pass
def deserialize(self, f):
pass
def serialize(self):
return b""
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_sendheaders()"
# getheaders message has
# number of entries
# vector of hashes
# hash_stop (hash of last desired block header, 0 to get as many as possible)
class msg_getheaders(object):
command = b"getheaders"
def __init__(self):
self.locator = CBlockLocator()
self.hashstop = 0
def deserialize(self, f):
self.locator = CBlockLocator()
self.locator.deserialize(f)
self.hashstop = deser_uint256(f)
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += self.locator.serialize()
r += ser_uint256(self.hashstop)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_getheaders(locator=%s, stop=%064x)" \
% (repr(self.locator), self.hashstop)
# headers message has
# <count> <vector of block headers>
class msg_headers(object):
command = b"headers"
def __init__(self):
self.headers = []
def deserialize(self, f):
# comment in bitcoind indicates these should be deserialized as blocks
blocks = deser_vector(f, CBlock)
for x in blocks:
self.headers.append(CBlockHeader(x))
def serialize(self):
blocks = [CBlock(x) for x in self.headers]
return ser_vector(blocks)
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_headers(headers=%s)" % repr(self.headers)
class msg_reject(object):
command = b"reject"
REJECT_MALFORMED = 1
def __init__(self):
self.message = b""
self.code = 0
self.reason = b""
self.data = 0
def deserialize(self, f):
self.message = deser_string(f)
self.code = struct.unpack("<B", f.read(1))[0]
self.reason = deser_string(f)
if (self.code != self.REJECT_MALFORMED and
(self.message == b"block" or self.message == b"tx")):
self.data = deser_uint256(f)
def serialize(self):
r = ser_string(self.message)
r += struct.pack("<B", self.code)
r += ser_string(self.reason)
if (self.code != self.REJECT_MALFORMED and
(self.message == b"block" or self.message == b"tx")):
r += ser_uint256(self.data)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_reject: %s %d %s [%064x]" \
% (self.message, self.code, self.reason, self.data)
# Helper function
def wait_until(predicate, *, attempts=float('inf'), timeout=float('inf')):
if attempts == float('inf') and timeout == float('inf'):
timeout = 60
attempt = 0
elapsed = 0
while attempt < attempts and elapsed < timeout:
with mininode_lock:
if predicate():
return True
attempt += 1
elapsed += 0.05
time.sleep(0.05)
return False
class msg_feefilter(object):
command = b"feefilter"
def __init__(self, feerate=0):
self.feerate = feerate
def deserialize(self, f):
self.feerate = struct.unpack("<Q", f.read(8))[0]
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += struct.pack("<Q", self.feerate)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_feefilter(feerate=%08x)" % self.feerate
class msg_sendcmpct(object):
command = b"sendcmpct"
def __init__(self):
self.announce = False
self.version = 1
def deserialize(self, f):
self.announce = struct.unpack("<?", f.read(1))[0]
self.version = struct.unpack("<Q", f.read(8))[0]
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += struct.pack("<?", self.announce)
r += struct.pack("<Q", self.version)
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_sendcmpct(announce=%s, version=%lu)" % (self.announce, self.version)
class msg_cmpctblock(object):
command = b"cmpctblock"
def __init__(self, header_and_shortids = None):
self.header_and_shortids = header_and_shortids
def deserialize(self, f):
self.header_and_shortids = P2PHeaderAndShortIDs()
self.header_and_shortids.deserialize(f)
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += self.header_and_shortids.serialize()
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_cmpctblock(HeaderAndShortIDs=%s)" % repr(self.header_and_shortids)
class msg_getblocktxn(object):
command = b"getblocktxn"
def __init__(self):
self.block_txn_request = None
def deserialize(self, f):
self.block_txn_request = BlockTransactionsRequest()
self.block_txn_request.deserialize(f)
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += self.block_txn_request.serialize()
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_getblocktxn(block_txn_request=%s)" % (repr(self.block_txn_request))
class msg_blocktxn(object):
command = b"blocktxn"
def __init__(self):
self.block_transactions = BlockTransactions()
def deserialize(self, f):
self.block_transactions.deserialize(f)
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += self.block_transactions.serialize()
return r
def __repr__(self):
return "msg_blocktxn(block_transactions=%s)" % (repr(self.block_transactions))
class msg_witness_blocktxn(msg_blocktxn):
def serialize(self):
r = b""
r += self.block_transactions.serialize(with_witness=True)
return r
class NodeConnCB(object):
"""Callback and helper functions for P2P connection to a bitcoind node.
Individual testcases should subclass this and override the on_* methods
if they want to alter message handling behaviour.
"""
def __init__(self):
# Track whether we have a P2P connection open to the node
self.connected = False
self.connection = None
# Track number of messages of each type received and the most recent
# message of each type
self.message_count = defaultdict(int)
self.last_message = {}
# A count of the number of ping messages we've sent to the node
self.ping_counter = 1
# deliver_sleep_time is helpful for debugging race conditions in p2p
# tests; it causes message delivery to sleep for the specified time
# before acquiring the global lock and delivering the next message.
self.deliver_sleep_time = None
# Remember the services our peer has advertised
self.peer_services = None
# Message receiving methods
def deliver(self, conn, message):
"""Receive message and dispatch message to appropriate callback.
We keep a count of how many of each message type has been received
and the most recent message of each type.
Optionally waits for deliver_sleep_time before dispatching message.
"""
deliver_sleep = self.get_deliver_sleep_time()
if deliver_sleep is not None:
time.sleep(deliver_sleep)
with mininode_lock:
try:
command = message.command.decode('ascii')
self.message_count[command] += 1
self.last_message[command] = message
getattr(self, 'on_' + command)(conn, message)
except:
print("ERROR delivering %s (%s)" % (repr(message),
sys.exc_info()[0]))
def set_deliver_sleep_time(self, value):
with mininode_lock:
self.deliver_sleep_time = value
def get_deliver_sleep_time(self):
with mininode_lock:
return self.deliver_sleep_time
# Callback methods. Can be overridden by subclasses in individual test
# cases to provide custom message handling behaviour.
def on_open(self, conn):
self.connected = True
def on_close(self, conn):
self.connected = False
self.connection = None
def on_addr(self, conn, message): pass
def on_alert(self, conn, message): pass
def on_block(self, conn, message): pass
def on_blocktxn(self, conn, message): pass
def on_cmpctblock(self, conn, message): pass
def on_feefilter(self, conn, message): pass
def on_getaddr(self, conn, message): pass
def on_getblocks(self, conn, message): pass
def on_getblocktxn(self, conn, message): pass
def on_getdata(self, conn, message): pass
def on_getheaders(self, conn, message): pass
def on_headers(self, conn, message): pass
def on_mempool(self, conn): pass
def on_pong(self, conn, message): pass
def on_reject(self, conn, message): pass
def on_sendcmpct(self, conn, message): pass
def on_sendheaders(self, conn, message): pass
def on_tx(self, conn, message): pass
def on_inv(self, conn, message):
want = msg_getdata()
for i in message.inv:
if i.type != 0:
want.inv.append(i)
if len(want.inv):
conn.send_message(want)
def on_ping(self, conn, message):
if conn.ver_send > BIP0031_VERSION:
conn.send_message(msg_pong(message.nonce))
def on_verack(self, conn, message):
conn.ver_recv = conn.ver_send
self.verack_received = True
def on_version(self, conn, message):
if message.nVersion >= 209:
conn.send_message(msg_verack())
conn.ver_send = min(MY_VERSION, message.nVersion)
if message.nVersion < 209:
conn.ver_recv = conn.ver_send
conn.nServices = message.nServices
# Connection helper methods
def add_connection(self, conn):
self.connection = conn
def wait_for_disconnect(self, timeout=60):
test_function = lambda: not self.connected
assert wait_until(test_function, timeout=timeout)
# Message receiving helper methods
def wait_for_block(self, blockhash, timeout=60):
test_function = lambda: self.last_message.get("block") and self.last_message["block"].block.rehash() == blockhash
assert wait_until(test_function, timeout=timeout)
def wait_for_getdata(self, timeout=60):
test_function = lambda: self.last_message.get("getdata")
assert wait_until(test_function, timeout=timeout)
def wait_for_getheaders(self, timeout=60):
test_function = lambda: self.last_message.get("getheaders")
assert wait_until(test_function, timeout=timeout)
def wait_for_inv(self, expected_inv, timeout=60):
"""Waits for an INV message and checks that the first inv object in the message was as expected."""
if len(expected_inv) > 1:
raise NotImplementedError("wait_for_inv() will only verify the first inv object")
test_function = lambda: self.last_message.get("inv") and \
self.last_message["inv"].inv[0].type == expected_inv[0].type and \
self.last_message["inv"].inv[0].hash == expected_inv[0].hash
assert wait_until(test_function, timeout=timeout)
def wait_for_verack(self, timeout=60):
test_function = lambda: self.message_count["verack"]
assert wait_until(test_function, timeout=timeout)
# Message sending helper functions
def send_message(self, message):
if self.connection:
self.connection.send_message(message)
else:
logger.error("Cannot send message. No connection to node!")
def send_and_ping(self, message):
self.send_message(message)
self.sync_with_ping()
# Sync up with the node
def sync_with_ping(self, timeout=60):
self.send_message(msg_ping(nonce=self.ping_counter))
test_function = lambda: self.last_message.get("pong") and self.last_message["pong"].nonce == self.ping_counter
assert wait_until(test_function, timeout=timeout)
self.ping_counter += 1
return True
# The actual NodeConn class
# This class provides an interface for a p2p connection to a specified node
class NodeConn(asyncore.dispatcher):
messagemap = {
b"version": msg_version,
b"verack": msg_verack,
b"addr": msg_addr,
b"alert": msg_alert,
b"inv": msg_inv,
b"getdata": msg_getdata,
b"getblocks": msg_getblocks,
b"tx": msg_tx,
b"block": msg_block,
b"getaddr": msg_getaddr,
b"ping": msg_ping,
b"pong": msg_pong,
b"headers": msg_headers,
b"getheaders": msg_getheaders,
b"reject": msg_reject,
b"mempool": msg_mempool,
b"feefilter": msg_feefilter,
b"sendheaders": msg_sendheaders,
b"sendcmpct": msg_sendcmpct,
b"cmpctblock": msg_cmpctblock,
b"getblocktxn": msg_getblocktxn,
b"blocktxn": msg_blocktxn
}
MAGIC_BYTES = {
"mainnet": b"\xf9\xbe\xb4\xd9", # mainnet
"testnet3": b"\x0b\x11\x09\x07", # testnet3
"regtest": b"\xfa\xbf\xb5\xda", # regtest
}
def __init__(self, dstaddr, dstport, rpc, callback, net="regtest", services=NODE_NETWORK, send_version=True):
asyncore.dispatcher.__init__(self, map=mininode_socket_map)
self.dstaddr = dstaddr
self.dstport = dstport
self.create_socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
self.sendbuf = b""
self.recvbuf = b""
self.ver_send = 209
self.ver_recv = 209
self.last_sent = 0
self.state = "connecting"
self.network = net
self.cb = callback
self.disconnect = False
self.nServices = 0
if send_version:
# stuff version msg into sendbuf
vt = msg_version()
vt.nServices = services
vt.addrTo.ip = self.dstaddr
vt.addrTo.port = self.dstport
vt.addrFrom.ip = "0.0.0.0"
vt.addrFrom.port = 0
self.send_message(vt, True)
logger.info('Connecting to Bitcoin Node: %s:%d' % (self.dstaddr, self.dstport))
try:
self.connect((dstaddr, dstport))
except:
self.handle_close()
self.rpc = rpc
def handle_connect(self):
if self.state != "connected":
logger.debug("Connected & Listening: %s:%d" % (self.dstaddr, self.dstport))
self.state = "connected"
self.cb.on_open(self)
def handle_close(self):
logger.debug("Closing connection to: %s:%d" % (self.dstaddr, self.dstport))
self.state = "closed"
self.recvbuf = b""
self.sendbuf = b""
try:
self.close()
except:
pass
self.cb.on_close(self)
def handle_read(self):
try:
t = self.recv(8192)
if len(t) > 0:
self.recvbuf += t
self.got_data()
except:
pass
def readable(self):
return True
def writable(self):
with mininode_lock:
pre_connection = self.state == "connecting"
length = len(self.sendbuf)
return (length > 0 or pre_connection)
def handle_write(self):
with mininode_lock:
# asyncore does not expose socket connection, only the first read/write
# event, thus we must check connection manually here to know when we
# actually connect
if self.state == "connecting":
self.handle_connect()
if not self.writable():
return
try:
sent = self.send(self.sendbuf)
except:
self.handle_close()
return
self.sendbuf = self.sendbuf[sent:]
def got_data(self):
try:
while True:
if len(self.recvbuf) < 4:
return
if self.recvbuf[:4] != self.MAGIC_BYTES[self.network]:
raise ValueError("got garbage %s" % repr(self.recvbuf))
if self.ver_recv < 209:
if len(self.recvbuf) < 4 + 12 + 4:
return
command = self.recvbuf[4:4+12].split(b"\x00", 1)[0]
msglen = struct.unpack("<i", self.recvbuf[4+12:4+12+4])[0]
checksum = None
if len(self.recvbuf) < 4 + 12 + 4 + msglen:
return
msg = self.recvbuf[4+12+4:4+12+4+msglen]
self.recvbuf = self.recvbuf[4+12+4+msglen:]
else:
if len(self.recvbuf) < 4 + 12 + 4 + 4:
return
command = self.recvbuf[4:4+12].split(b"\x00", 1)[0]
msglen = struct.unpack("<i", self.recvbuf[4+12:4+12+4])[0]
checksum = self.recvbuf[4+12+4:4+12+4+4]
if len(self.recvbuf) < 4 + 12 + 4 + 4 + msglen:
return
msg = self.recvbuf[4+12+4+4:4+12+4+4+msglen]
th = sha256(msg)
h = sha256(th)
if checksum != h[:4]:
raise ValueError("got bad checksum " + repr(self.recvbuf))
self.recvbuf = self.recvbuf[4+12+4+4+msglen:]
if command in self.messagemap:
f = BytesIO(msg)
t = self.messagemap[command]()
t.deserialize(f)
self.got_message(t)
else:
logger.warning("Received unknown command from %s:%d: '%s' %s" % (self.dstaddr, self.dstport, command, repr(msg)))
except Exception as e:
logger.exception('got_data:', repr(e))
def send_message(self, message, pushbuf=False):
if self.state != "connected" and not pushbuf:
raise IOError('Not connected, no pushbuf')
self._log_message("send", message)
command = message.command
data = message.serialize()
tmsg = self.MAGIC_BYTES[self.network]
tmsg += command
tmsg += b"\x00" * (12 - len(command))
tmsg += struct.pack("<I", len(data))
if self.ver_send >= 209:
th = sha256(data)
h = sha256(th)
tmsg += h[:4]
tmsg += data
with mininode_lock:
self.sendbuf += tmsg
self.last_sent = time.time()
def got_message(self, message):
if message.command == b"version":
if message.nVersion <= BIP0031_VERSION:
self.messagemap[b'ping'] = msg_ping_prebip31
if self.last_sent + 30 * 60 < time.time():
self.send_message(self.messagemap[b'ping']())
self._log_message("receive", message)
self.cb.deliver(self, message)
def _log_message(self, direction, msg):
if direction == "send":
log_message = "Send message to "
elif direction == "receive":
log_message = "Received message from "
log_message += "%s:%d: %s" % (self.dstaddr, self.dstport, repr(msg)[:500])
if len(log_message) > 500:
log_message += "... (msg truncated)"
logger.debug(log_message)
def disconnect_node(self):
self.disconnect = True
class NetworkThread(Thread):
def run(self):
while mininode_socket_map:
# We check for whether to disconnect outside of the asyncore
# loop to workaround the behavior of asyncore when using
# select
disconnected = []
for fd, obj in mininode_socket_map.items():
if obj.disconnect:
disconnected.append(obj)
[ obj.handle_close() for obj in disconnected ]
asyncore.loop(0.1, use_poll=True, map=mininode_socket_map, count=1)
# An exception we can raise if we detect a potential disconnect
# (p2p or rpc) before the test is complete
class EarlyDisconnectError(Exception):
def __init__(self, value):
self.value = value
def __str__(self):
return repr(self.value)