Source code for direct.distributed.ServerRepository

"""ServerRepository module: contains the ServerRepository class"""

from panda3d.core import *
from import *
from direct.distributed.MsgTypesCMU import *
from direct.task import Task
from direct.directnotify import DirectNotifyGlobal
from direct.distributed.PyDatagram import PyDatagram

import inspect

[docs]class ServerRepository: """ This maintains the server-side connection with a Panda server. It is only for use with the Panda LAN server provided by CMU.""" notify = DirectNotifyGlobal.directNotify.newCategory("ServerRepository")
[docs] class Client: """ This internal class keeps track of the data associated with each connected client. """
[docs] def __init__(self, connection, netAddress, doIdBase): # The connection used to communicate with the client. self.connection = connection # The net address to the client, including IP address. # Used for reporting purposes only. self.netAddress = netAddress # The first doId in the range assigned to the client. # This also serves as a unique numeric ID for this client. # (It is sometimes called "avatarId" in some update # messages, even though the client is not required to use # this particular number as an avatar ID.) self.doIdBase = doIdBase # The set of zoneIds that the client explicitly has # interest in. The client will receive updates for all # distributed objects appearing in one of these zones. # (The client will also receive updates for all zones in # which any one of the distributed obejcts that it has # created still exist.) self.explicitInterestZoneIds = set() # The set of interest zones sent to the client at the last # update. This is the actual set of zones the client is # informed of. Changing the explicitInterestZoneIds, # above, creating or deleting objects in different zones, # or moving objects between zones, might influence this # set. self.currentInterestZoneIds = set() # A dictionary of doId -> Object, for distributed objects # currently in existence that were created by the client. self.objectsByDoId = {} # A dictionary of zoneId -> set([Object]), listing the # distributed objects assigned to each zone, of the # objects created by this client. self.objectsByZoneId = {}
[docs] class Object: """ This internal class keeps track of the data associated with each extent distributed object. """
[docs] def __init__(self, doId, zoneId, dclass): # The object's distributed ID. self.doId = doId # The object's current zone. Each object is associated # with only one zone. self.zoneId = zoneId # The object's class type. self.dclass = dclass
# Note that the server does not store any other data about # the distributed objects; in particular, it doesn't # record its current fields. That is left to the clients.
[docs] def __init__(self, tcpPort, serverAddress = None, udpPort = None, dcFileNames = None, threadedNet = None): if threadedNet is None: # Default value. threadedNet = config.GetBool('threaded-net', False) # Set up networking interfaces. numThreads = 0 if threadedNet: numThreads = 1 self.qcm = QueuedConnectionManager() self.qcl = QueuedConnectionListener(self.qcm, numThreads) self.qcr = QueuedConnectionReader(self.qcm, numThreads) = ConnectionWriter(self.qcm, numThreads) taskMgr.setupTaskChain('flushTask') if threadedNet: taskMgr.setupTaskChain('flushTask', numThreads = 1, threadPriority = TPLow, frameSync = True) self.tcpRendezvous = self.qcm.openTCPServerRendezvous( serverAddress or '', tcpPort, 10) self.qcl.addConnection(self.tcpRendezvous) taskMgr.add(self.listenerPoll, "serverListenerPollTask") taskMgr.add(self.readerPollUntilEmpty, "serverReaderPollTask") taskMgr.add(self.clientHardDisconnectTask, "clientHardDisconnect") # A set of clients that have recently been written to and may # need to be flushed. self.needsFlush = set() collectTcpInterval = ConfigVariableDouble('collect-tcp-interval').getValue() taskMgr.doMethodLater(collectTcpInterval, self.flushTask, 'flushTask', taskChain = 'flushTask') # A dictionary of connection -> Client object, tracking all of # the clients we currently have connected. self.clientsByConnection = {} # A similar dictionary of doIdBase -> Client object, indexing # by the client's doIdBase number instead. self.clientsByDoIdBase = {} # A dictionary of zoneId -> set([Client]), listing the clients # that have an interest in each zoneId. self.zonesToClients = {} # A dictionary of zoneId -> set([Object]), listing the # distributed objects assigned to each zone, globally. self.objectsByZoneId = {} # The number of doId's to assign to each client. Must remain # constant during server lifetime. self.doIdRange = base.config.GetInt('server-doid-range', 1000000) # An allocator object that assigns the next doIdBase to each # client. self.idAllocator = UniqueIdAllocator(0, 0xffffffff // self.doIdRange) self.dcFile = DCFile() self.dcSuffix = '' self.readDCFile(dcFileNames)
[docs] def flushTask(self, task): """ This task is run periodically to flush any connections that might need it. It's only necessary in cases where collect-tcp is set true (if this is false, messages are sent immediately and do not require periodic flushing). """ flush = self.needsFlush self.needsFlush = set() for client in flush: client.connection.flush() return Task.again
[docs] def setTcpHeaderSize(self, headerSize): """Sets the header size of TCP packets. At the present, legal values for this are 0, 2, or 4; this specifies the number of bytes to use encode the datagram length at the start of each TCP datagram. Sender and receiver must independently agree on this.""" self.qcr.setTcpHeaderSize(headerSize)
[docs] def getTcpHeaderSize(self): """Returns the current setting of TCP header size. See setTcpHeaderSize(). """ return self.qcr.getTcpHeaderSize()
[docs] def importModule(self, dcImports, moduleName, importSymbols): """ Imports the indicated moduleName and all of its symbols into the current namespace. This more-or-less reimplements the Python import command. """ module = __import__(moduleName, globals(), locals(), importSymbols) if importSymbols: # "from moduleName import symbolName, symbolName, ..." # Copy just the named symbols into the dictionary. if importSymbols == ['*']: # "from moduleName import *" if hasattr(module, "__all__"): importSymbols = module.__all__ else: importSymbols = module.__dict__.keys() for symbolName in importSymbols: if hasattr(module, symbolName): dcImports[symbolName] = getattr(module, symbolName) else: raise Exception('Symbol %s not defined in module %s.' % (symbolName, moduleName)) else: # "import moduleName" # Copy the root module name into the dictionary. # Follow the dotted chain down to the actual module. components = moduleName.split('.') dcImports[components[0]] = module
[docs] def readDCFile(self, dcFileNames = None): """ Reads in the dc files listed in dcFileNames, or if dcFileNames is None, reads in all of the dc files listed in the Configrc file. """ dcFile = self.dcFile dcFile.clear() self.dclassesByName = {} self.dclassesByNumber = {} self.hashVal = 0 dcImports = {} if dcFileNames == None: readResult = dcFile.readAll() if not readResult: self.notify.error("Could not read dc file.") else: searchPath = getModelPath().getValue() for dcFileName in dcFileNames: pathname = Filename(dcFileName) vfs = VirtualFileSystem.getGlobalPtr() vfs.resolveFilename(pathname, searchPath) readResult = if not readResult: self.notify.error("Could not read dc file: %s" % (pathname)) self.hashVal = dcFile.getHash() # Now import all of the modules required by the DC file. for n in range(dcFile.getNumImportModules()): moduleName = dcFile.getImportModule(n) # Maybe the module name is represented as "moduleName/AI". suffix = moduleName.split('/') moduleName = suffix[0] if self.dcSuffix and self.dcSuffix in suffix[1:]: moduleName += self.dcSuffix importSymbols = [] for i in range(dcFile.getNumImportSymbols(n)): symbolName = dcFile.getImportSymbol(n, i) # Maybe the symbol name is represented as "symbolName/AI". suffix = symbolName.split('/') symbolName = suffix[0] if self.dcSuffix and self.dcSuffix in suffix[1:]: symbolName += self.dcSuffix importSymbols.append(symbolName) self.importModule(dcImports, moduleName, importSymbols) # Now get the class definition for the classes named in the DC # file. for i in range(dcFile.getNumClasses()): dclass = dcFile.getClass(i) number = dclass.getNumber() className = dclass.getName() + self.dcSuffix # Does the class have a definition defined in the newly # imported namespace? classDef = dcImports.get(className) # Also try it without the dcSuffix. if classDef == None: className = dclass.getName() classDef = dcImports.get(className) if classDef == None: self.notify.debug("No class definition for %s." % (className)) else: if inspect.ismodule(classDef): if not hasattr(classDef, className): self.notify.error("Module %s does not define class %s." % (className, className)) classDef = getattr(classDef, className) if not inspect.isclass(classDef): self.notify.error("Symbol %s is not a class name." % (className)) else: dclass.setClassDef(classDef) self.dclassesByName[className] = dclass if number >= 0: self.dclassesByNumber[number] = dclass
# listens for new clients
[docs] def listenerPoll(self, task): if self.qcl.newConnectionAvailable(): rendezvous = PointerToConnection() netAddress = NetAddress() newConnection = PointerToConnection() retVal = self.qcl.getNewConnection(rendezvous, netAddress, newConnection) if not retVal: return Task.cont # Crazy dereferencing newConnection = newConnection.p() # Add clients information to dictionary id = self.idAllocator.allocate() doIdBase = id * self.doIdRange + 1 "Got client %s from %s" % (doIdBase, netAddress)) client = self.Client(newConnection, netAddress, doIdBase) self.clientsByConnection[client.connection] = client self.clientsByDoIdBase[client.doIdBase] = client # Now we can start listening to that new connection. self.qcr.addConnection(newConnection) self.lastConnection = newConnection self.sendDoIdRange(client) return Task.cont
[docs] def readerPollUntilEmpty(self, task): """ continuously polls for new messages on the server """ while self.readerPollOnce(): pass return Task.cont
[docs] def readerPollOnce(self): """ checks for available messages to the server """ availGetVal = self.qcr.dataAvailable() if availGetVal: datagram = NetDatagram() readRetVal = self.qcr.getData(datagram) if readRetVal: # need to send to message processing unit self.handleDatagram(datagram) return availGetVal
[docs] def handleDatagram(self, datagram): """ switching station for messages """ client = self.clientsByConnection.get(datagram.getConnection()) if not client: # This shouldn't be possible, though it appears to happen # sometimes? self.notify.warning( "Ignoring datagram from unknown connection %s" % (datagram.getConnection())) return if self.notify.getDebug(): self.notify.debug( "ServerRepository received datagram from %s:" % (client.doIdBase)) #datagram.dumpHex(ostream) dgi = DatagramIterator(datagram) type = dgi.getUint16() if type == CLIENT_DISCONNECT_CMU: self.handleClientDisconnect(client) elif type == CLIENT_SET_INTEREST_CMU: self.handleClientSetInterest(client, dgi) elif type == CLIENT_OBJECT_GENERATE_CMU: self.handleClientCreateObject(datagram, dgi) elif type == CLIENT_OBJECT_UPDATE_FIELD: self.handleClientObjectUpdateField(datagram, dgi) elif type == CLIENT_OBJECT_UPDATE_FIELD_TARGETED_CMU: self.handleClientObjectUpdateField(datagram, dgi, targeted = True) elif type == OBJECT_DELETE_CMU: self.handleClientDeleteObject(datagram, dgi.getUint32()) elif type == OBJECT_SET_ZONE_CMU: self.handleClientObjectSetZone(datagram, dgi) else: self.handleMessageType(type, dgi)
[docs] def handleMessageType(self, msgType, di): self.notify.warning("unrecognized message type %s" % (msgType))
[docs] def handleClientCreateObject(self, datagram, dgi): """ client wants to create an object, so we store appropriate data, and then pass message along to corresponding zones """ connection = datagram.getConnection() zoneId = dgi.getUint32() classId = dgi.getUint16() doId = dgi.getUint32() client = self.clientsByConnection[connection] if self.getDoIdBase(doId) != client.doIdBase: self.notify.warning( "Ignoring attempt to create invalid doId %s from client %s" % (doId, client.doIdBase)) return dclass = self.dclassesByNumber[classId] object = client.objectsByDoId.get(doId) if object: # This doId is already in use; thus, this message is # really just an update. if object.dclass != dclass: self.notify.warning( "Ignoring attempt to change object %s from %s to %s by client %s" % ( doId, object.dclass.getName(), dclass.getName(), client.doIdBase)) return self.setObjectZone(client, object, zoneId) else: if self.notify.getDebug(): self.notify.debug( "Creating object %s of type %s by client %s" % ( doId, dclass.getName(), client.doIdBase)) object = self.Object(doId, zoneId, dclass) client.objectsByDoId[doId] = object client.objectsByZoneId.setdefault(zoneId, set()).add(object) self.objectsByZoneId.setdefault(zoneId, set()).add(object) self.updateClientInterestZones(client) # Rebuild the new datagram that we'll send on. We shim in the # doIdBase of the owner. dg = PyDatagram() dg.addUint16(OBJECT_GENERATE_CMU) dg.addUint32(client.doIdBase) dg.addUint32(zoneId) dg.addUint16(classId) dg.addUint32(doId) dg.appendData(dgi.getRemainingBytes()) self.sendToZoneExcept(zoneId, dg, [client])
[docs] def handleClientObjectUpdateField(self, datagram, dgi, targeted = False): """ Received an update request from a client. """ connection = datagram.getConnection() client = self.clientsByConnection[connection] if targeted: targetId = dgi.getUint32() doId = dgi.getUint32() fieldId = dgi.getUint16() doIdBase = self.getDoIdBase(doId) owner = self.clientsByDoIdBase.get(doIdBase) object = owner and owner.objectsByDoId.get(doId) if not object: self.notify.warning( "Ignoring update for unknown object %s from client %s" % ( doId, client.doIdBase)) return dcfield = object.dclass.getFieldByIndex(fieldId) if dcfield == None: self.notify.warning( "Ignoring update for field %s on object %s from client %s; no such field for class %s." % ( fieldId, doId, client.doIdBase, object.dclass.getName())) if client != owner: # This message was not sent by the object's owner. if not dcfield.hasKeyword('clsend') and not dcfield.hasKeyword('p2p'): self.notify.warning( "Ignoring update for %s.%s on object %s from client %s: not owner" % ( object.dclass.getName(), dcfield.getName(), doId, client.doIdBase)) return # We reformat the message slightly to insert the sender's # doIdBase. dg = PyDatagram() dg.addUint16(OBJECT_UPDATE_FIELD_CMU) dg.addUint32(client.doIdBase) dg.addUint32(doId) dg.addUint16(fieldId) dg.appendData(dgi.getRemainingBytes()) if targeted: # A targeted update: only to the indicated client. target = self.clientsByDoIdBase.get(targetId) if not target: self.notify.warning( "Ignoring targeted update to %s for %s.%s on object %s from client %s: target not known" % ( targetId, dclass.getName(), dcfield.getName(), doId, client.doIdBase)) return, target.connection) self.needsFlush.add(target) elif dcfield.hasKeyword('p2p'): # p2p: to object owner only, owner.connection) self.needsFlush.add(owner) elif dcfield.hasKeyword('broadcast'): # Broadcast: to everyone except orig sender self.sendToZoneExcept(object.zoneId, dg, [client]) elif dcfield.hasKeyword('reflect'): # Reflect: broadcast to everyone including orig sender self.sendToZoneExcept(object.zoneId, dg, []) else: self.notify.warning( "Message is not broadcast or p2p")
[docs] def getDoIdBase(self, doId): """ Given a doId, return the corresponding doIdBase. This will be the owner of the object (clients may only create object doId's within their assigned range). """ return int(doId / self.doIdRange) * self.doIdRange + 1
[docs] def handleClientDeleteObject(self, datagram, doId): """ client deletes an object, let everyone who has interest in the object's zone know about it. """ connection = datagram.getConnection() client = self.clientsByConnection[connection] object = client.objectsByDoId.get(doId) if not object: self.notify.warning( "Ignoring update for unknown object %s from client %s" % ( doId, client.doIdBase)) return self.sendToZoneExcept(object.zoneId, datagram, []) self.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId].remove(object) if not self.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId]: del self.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId] client.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId].remove(object) if not client.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId]: del client.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId] del client.objectsByDoId[doId] self.updateClientInterestZones(client)
[docs] def handleClientObjectSetZone(self, datagram, dgi): """ The client is telling us the object is changing to a new zone. """ doId = dgi.getUint32() zoneId = dgi.getUint32() connection = datagram.getConnection() client = self.clientsByConnection[connection] object = client.objectsByDoId.get(doId) if not object: # Don't know this object. self.notify.warning("Ignoring object location for %s: unknown" % (doId)) return self.setObjectZone(client, object, zoneId)
[docs] def setObjectZone(self, owner, object, zoneId): if object.zoneId == zoneId: # No change. return oldZoneId = object.zoneId self.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId].remove(object) if not self.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId]: del self.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId] owner.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId].remove(object) if not owner.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId]: del owner.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId] object.zoneId = zoneId self.objectsByZoneId.setdefault(zoneId, set()).add(object) owner.objectsByZoneId.setdefault(zoneId, set()).add(object) self.updateClientInterestZones(owner) # Any clients that are listening to oldZoneId but not zoneId # should receive a disable message: this object has just gone # out of scope for you. datagram = PyDatagram() datagram.addUint16(OBJECT_DISABLE_CMU) datagram.addUint32(object.doId) for client in self.zonesToClients[oldZoneId]: if client != owner: if zoneId not in client.currentInterestZoneIds:, client.connection) self.needsFlush.add(client)
# The client is now responsible for sending a generate for the # object that just switched zones, to inform the clients that # are listening to the new zoneId but not the old zoneId.
[docs] def sendDoIdRange(self, client): """ sends the client the range of doid's that the client can use """ datagram = NetDatagram() datagram.addUint16(SET_DOID_RANGE_CMU) datagram.addUint32(client.doIdBase) datagram.addUint32(self.doIdRange), client.connection) self.needsFlush.add(client)
# a client disconnected from us, we need to update our data, also # tell other clients to remove the disconnected clients objects
[docs] def handleClientDisconnect(self, client): for zoneId in client.currentInterestZoneIds: if len(self.zonesToClients[zoneId]) == 1: del self.zonesToClients[zoneId] else: self.zonesToClients[zoneId].remove(client) for object in client.objectsByDoId.values(): #create and send delete message datagram = NetDatagram() datagram.addUint16(OBJECT_DELETE_CMU) datagram.addUint32(object.doId) self.sendToZoneExcept(object.zoneId, datagram, []) self.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId].remove(object) if not self.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId]: del self.objectsByZoneId[object.zoneId] client.objectsByDoId = {} client.objectsByZoneId = {} del self.clientsByConnection[client.connection] del self.clientsByDoIdBase[client.doIdBase] id = client.doIdBase // self.doIdRange self.qcr.removeConnection(client.connection) self.qcm.closeConnection(client.connection)
[docs] def handleClientSetInterest(self, client, dgi): """ The client is specifying a particular set of zones it is interested in. """ zoneIds = set() while dgi.getRemainingSize() > 0: zoneId = dgi.getUint32() zoneIds.add(zoneId) client.explicitInterestZoneIds = zoneIds self.updateClientInterestZones(client)
[docs] def updateClientInterestZones(self, client): """ Something about the client has caused its set of interest zones to potentially change. Recompute them. """ origZoneIds = client.currentInterestZoneIds newZoneIds = client.explicitInterestZoneIds | set(client.objectsByZoneId.keys()) if origZoneIds == newZoneIds: # No change. return client.currentInterestZoneIds = newZoneIds addedZoneIds = newZoneIds - origZoneIds removedZoneIds = origZoneIds - newZoneIds for zoneId in addedZoneIds: self.zonesToClients.setdefault(zoneId, set()).add(client) # The client is opening interest in this zone. Need to get # all of the data from clients who may have objects in # this zone datagram = NetDatagram() datagram.addUint16(REQUEST_GENERATES_CMU) datagram.addUint32(zoneId) self.sendToZoneExcept(zoneId, datagram, [client]) datagram = PyDatagram() datagram.addUint16(OBJECT_DISABLE_CMU) for zoneId in removedZoneIds: self.zonesToClients[zoneId].remove(client) # The client is abandoning interest in this zone. Any # objects in this zone should be disabled for the client. for object in self.objectsByZoneId.get(zoneId, []): datagram.addUint32(object.doId), client.connection) self.needsFlush.add(client)
[docs] def clientHardDisconnectTask(self, task): """ client did not tell us he was leaving but we lost connection to him, so we need to update our data and tell others """ for client in list(self.clientsByConnection.values()): if not self.qcr.isConnectionOk(client.connection): self.handleClientDisconnect(client) return Task.cont
[docs] def sendToZoneExcept(self, zoneId, datagram, exceptionList): """sends a message to everyone who has interest in the indicated zone, except for the clients on exceptionList.""" if self.notify.getDebug(): self.notify.debug( "ServerRepository sending to all in zone %s except %s:" % (zoneId, [c.doIdBase for c in exceptionList])) #datagram.dumpHex(ostream) for client in self.zonesToClients.get(zoneId, []): if client not in exceptionList: if self.notify.getDebug(): self.notify.debug( " -> %s" % (client.doIdBase)), client.connection) self.needsFlush.add(client)
[docs] def sendToAllExcept(self, datagram, exceptionList): """ sends a message to all connected clients, except for clients on exceptionList. """ if self.notify.getDebug(): self.notify.debug( "ServerRepository sending to all except %s:" % ([c.doIdBase for c in exceptionList],)) #datagram.dumpHex(ostream) for client in self.clientsByConnection.values(): if client not in exceptionList: if self.notify.getDebug(): self.notify.debug( " -> %s" % (client.doIdBase)), client.connection) self.needsFlush.add(client)