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   commit 4dcd2caa9d7691d6a4f1d3fc0a0a4b54ac6fad6b (patch)
   parent e2dfea8 tcp_listener_stats: always eagerly close sockets
     tree 91d02013d44889dcd71607c653b87baf3d6b5d0d
   author Eric Wong <bofh@yhbt.net>  2023-12-29 17:44:18 +0000
committer Eric Wong <bofh@yhbt.net>  2024-01-15 02:57:56 +0000

middleware: reuse inet_diag netlink socket

Eric Wong <bofh@yhbt.net> wrote:
> I'll squash this in for fork+preload safety.

I forget there are multithreaded servers using this :x

Subject: [PATCH v3] middleware: reuse inet_diag netlink socket

No point in constantly allocating and deallocating FDs (and Ruby
IO objects) when reusing them is supported.

However, we must guard it against parallel callers since
linux_inet_diag.c::diag releases the GVL while calling
sendmsg(2) and recvmsg(2), so it's possible two Ruby threads can
end up crossing streams if the middlware is used with a
multi-threaded server.

AFAIK, Raindrops::Middleware isn't a heavily-trafficked endpoint,
so saving FDs and avoiding thread specific data is preferable
for memory-constrained systems I use.
 lib/raindrops/middleware.rb | 13 +++++++++----
 1 file changed, 9 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/lib/raindrops/middleware.rb b/lib/raindrops/middleware.rb
index d5e3927..20e573c 100644
--- a/lib/raindrops/middleware.rb
+++ b/lib/raindrops/middleware.rb
@@ -1,5 +1,6 @@
 # -*- encoding: binary -*-
 require 'raindrops'
+require 'thread'
 # Raindrops::Middleware is Rack middleware that allows snapshotting
 # current activity from an HTTP request.  For all operating systems,
@@ -93,11 +94,12 @@ def initialize(app, opts = {})
     @app = app
     @stats = opts[:stats] || Stats.new
     @path = opts[:path] || "/_raindrops"
+    @mtx = Mutex.new
     tmp = opts[:listeners]
     if tmp.nil? && defined?(Unicorn) && Unicorn.respond_to?(:listener_names)
       tmp = Unicorn.listener_names
-    @tcp = @unix = nil
+    @nl_sock = @tcp = @unix = nil
     if tmp
       @tcp = tmp.grep(/\A.+:\d+\z/)
@@ -129,9 +131,12 @@ def stats_response  # :nodoc:
            "writing: #{@stats.writing}\n"
     if defined?(Raindrops::Linux.tcp_listener_stats)
-      Raindrops::Linux.tcp_listener_stats(@tcp).each do |addr,stats|
-        body << "#{addr} active: #{stats.active}\n" \
-                "#{addr} queued: #{stats.queued}\n"
+      @mtx.synchronize do
+        @nl_sock ||= Raindrops::InetDiagSocket.new
+        Raindrops::Linux.tcp_listener_stats(@tcp, @nl_sock).each do |addr,stats|
+          body << "#{addr} active: #{stats.active}\n" \
+                  "#{addr} queued: #{stats.queued}\n"
+        end
       end if @tcp
       Raindrops::Linux.unix_listener_stats(@unix).each do |addr,stats|
         body << "#{addr} active: #{stats.active}\n" \

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