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package serf

import ""


Package Files

broadcast.go coalesce.go coalesce_member.go coalesce_user.go config.go conflict_delegate.go delegate.go event.go event_delegate.go internal_query.go keymanager.go lamport.go merge_delegate.go messages.go ping_delegate.go query.go serf.go snapshot.go


const (
    ProtocolVersionMin uint8 = 2
    ProtocolVersionMax       = 5

These are the protocol versions that Serf can _understand_. These are Serf-level protocol versions that are passed down as the delegate version to memberlist below.

const (
    // This is the prefix we use for queries that are internal to Serf.
    // They are handled internally, and not forwarded to a client.
    InternalQueryPrefix = "_serf_"
const (
    // PingVersion is an internal version for the ping message, above the normal
    // versioning we get from the protocol version. This enables small updates
    // to the ping message without a full protocol bump.
    PingVersion = 1
const (
    UserEventSizeLimit = 512 // Maximum byte size for event name and payload



var (
    // FeatureNotSupported is returned if a feature cannot be used
    // due to an older protocol version being used.
    FeatureNotSupported = fmt.Errorf("Feature not supported")
var ProtocolVersionMap map[uint8]uint8

ProtocolVersionMap is the mapping of Serf delegate protocol versions to memberlist protocol versions. We mask the memberlist protocols using our own protocol version.

func NewSnapshotter Uses

func NewSnapshotter(path string,
    minCompactSize int,
    rejoinAfterLeave bool,
    logger *log.Logger,
    clock *LamportClock,
    outCh chan<- Event,
    shutdownCh <-chan struct{}) (chan<- Event, *Snapshotter, error)

NewSnapshotter creates a new Snapshotter that records events up to a max byte size before rotating the file. It can also be used to recover old state. Snapshotter works by reading an event channel it returns, passing through to an output channel, and persisting relevant events to disk. Setting rejoinAfterLeave makes leave not clear the state, and can be used if you intend to rejoin the same cluster after a leave.

type Config Uses

type Config struct {
    // The name of this node. This must be unique in the cluster. If this
    // is not set, Serf will set it to the hostname of the running machine.
    NodeName string

    // The tags for this role, if any. This is used to provide arbitrary
    // key/value metadata per-node. For example, a "role" tag may be used to
    // differentiate "load-balancer" from a "web" role as parts of the same cluster.
    // Tags are deprecating 'Role', and instead it acts as a special key in this
    // map.
    Tags map[string]string

    // EventCh is a channel that receives all the Serf events. The events
    // are sent on this channel in proper ordering. Care must be taken that
    // this channel doesn't block, either by processing the events quick
    // enough or buffering the channel, otherwise it can block state updates
    // within Serf itself. If no EventCh is specified, no events will be fired,
    // but point-in-time snapshots of members can still be retrieved by
    // calling Members on Serf.
    EventCh chan<- Event

    // ProtocolVersion is the protocol version to speak. This must be between
    // ProtocolVersionMin and ProtocolVersionMax.
    ProtocolVersion uint8

    // BroadcastTimeout is the amount of time to wait for a broadcast
    // message to be sent to the cluster. Broadcast messages are used for
    // things like leave messages and force remove messages. If this is not
    // set, a timeout of 5 seconds will be set.
    BroadcastTimeout time.Duration

    // LeavePropagateDelay is for our leave (node dead) message to propagate
    // through the cluster. In particular, we want to stay up long enough to
    // service any probes from other nodes before they learn about us
    // leaving and stop probing. Otherwise, we risk getting node failures as
    // we leave.
    LeavePropagateDelay time.Duration

    // The settings below relate to Serf's event coalescence feature. Serf
    // is able to coalesce multiple events into single events in order to
    // reduce the amount of noise that is sent along the EventCh. For example
    // if five nodes quickly join, the EventCh will be sent one EventMemberJoin
    // containing the five nodes rather than five individual EventMemberJoin
    // events. Coalescence can mitigate potential flapping behavior.
    // Coalescence is disabled by default and can be enabled by setting
    // CoalescePeriod.
    // CoalescePeriod specifies the time duration to coalesce events.
    // For example, if this is set to 5 seconds, then all events received
    // within 5 seconds that can be coalesced will be.
    // QuiescentPeriod specifies the duration of time where if no events
    // are received, coalescence immediately happens. For example, if
    // CoalscePeriod is set to 10 seconds but QuiscentPeriod is set to 2
    // seconds, then the events will be coalesced and dispatched if no
    // new events are received within 2 seconds of the last event. Otherwise,
    // every event will always be delayed by at least 10 seconds.
    CoalescePeriod  time.Duration
    QuiescentPeriod time.Duration

    // The settings below relate to Serf's user event coalescing feature.
    // The settings operate like above but only affect user messages and
    // not the Member* messages that Serf generates.
    UserCoalescePeriod  time.Duration
    UserQuiescentPeriod time.Duration

    // The settings below relate to Serf keeping track of recently
    // failed/left nodes and attempting reconnects.
    // ReapInterval is the interval when the reaper runs. If this is not
    // set (it is zero), it will be set to a reasonable default.
    // ReconnectInterval is the interval when we attempt to reconnect
    // to failed nodes. If this is not set (it is zero), it will be set
    // to a reasonable default.
    // ReconnectTimeout is the amount of time to attempt to reconnect to
    // a failed node before giving up and considering it completely gone.
    // TombstoneTimeout is the amount of time to keep around nodes
    // that gracefully left as tombstones for syncing state with other
    // Serf nodes.
    ReapInterval      time.Duration
    ReconnectInterval time.Duration
    ReconnectTimeout  time.Duration
    TombstoneTimeout  time.Duration

    // FlapTimeout is the amount of time less than which we consider a node
    // being failed and rejoining looks like a flap for telemetry purposes.
    // This should be set less than a typical reboot time, but large enough
    // to see actual events, given our expected detection times for a failed
    // node.
    FlapTimeout time.Duration

    // QueueCheckInterval is the interval at which we check the message
    // queue to apply the warning and max depth.
    QueueCheckInterval time.Duration

    // QueueDepthWarning is used to generate warning message if the
    // number of queued messages to broadcast exceeds this number. This
    // is to provide the user feedback if events are being triggered
    // faster than they can be disseminated
    QueueDepthWarning int

    // MaxQueueDepth is used to start dropping messages if the number
    // of queued messages to broadcast exceeds this number. This is to
    // prevent an unbounded growth of memory utilization
    MaxQueueDepth int

    // MinQueueDepth, if >0 will enforce a lower limit for dropping messages
    // and then the max will be max(MinQueueDepth, 2*SizeOfCluster). This
    // defaults to 0 which disables this dynamic sizing feature. If this is
    // >0 then MaxQueueDepth will be ignored.
    MinQueueDepth int

    // RecentIntentTimeout is used to determine how long we store recent
    // join and leave intents. This is used to guard against the case where
    // Serf broadcasts an intent that arrives before the Memberlist event.
    // It is important that this not be too short to avoid continuous
    // rebroadcasting of dead events.
    RecentIntentTimeout time.Duration

    // EventBuffer is used to control how many events are buffered.
    // This is used to prevent re-delivery of events to a client. The buffer
    // must be large enough to handle all "recent" events, since Serf will
    // not deliver messages that are older than the oldest entry in the buffer.
    // Thus if a client is generating too many events, it's possible that the
    // buffer gets overrun and messages are not delivered.
    EventBuffer int

    // QueryBuffer is used to control how many queries are buffered.
    // This is used to prevent re-delivery of queries to a client. The buffer
    // must be large enough to handle all "recent" events, since Serf will not
    // deliver queries older than the oldest entry in the buffer.
    // Thus if a client is generating too many queries, it's possible that the
    // buffer gets overrun and messages are not delivered.
    QueryBuffer int

    // QueryTimeoutMult configures the default timeout multipler for a query to run if no
    // specific value is provided. Queries are real-time by nature, where the
    // reply is time sensitive. As a result, results are collected in an async
    // fashion, however the query must have a bounded duration. We want the timeout
    // to be long enough that all nodes have time to receive the message, run a handler,
    // and generate a reply. Once the timeout is exceeded, any further replies are ignored.
    // The default value is
    // Timeout = GossipInterval * QueryTimeoutMult * log(N+1)
    QueryTimeoutMult int

    // QueryResponseSizeLimit and QuerySizeLimit limit the inbound and
    // outbound payload sizes for queries, respectively. These must fit
    // in a UDP packet with some additional overhead, so tuning these
    // past the default values of 1024 will depend on your network
    // configuration.
    QueryResponseSizeLimit int
    QuerySizeLimit         int

    // MemberlistConfig is the memberlist configuration that Serf will
    // use to do the underlying membership management and gossip. Some
    // fields in the MemberlistConfig will be overwritten by Serf no
    // matter what:
    //   * Name - This will always be set to the same as the NodeName
    //     in this configuration.
    //   * Events - Serf uses a custom event delegate.
    //   * Delegate - Serf uses a custom delegate.
    MemberlistConfig *memberlist.Config

    // LogOutput is the location to write logs to. If this is not set,
    // logs will go to stderr.
    LogOutput io.Writer

    // Logger is a custom logger which you provide. If Logger is set, it will use
    // this for the internal logger. If Logger is not set, it will fall back to the
    // behavior for using LogOutput. You cannot specify both LogOutput and Logger
    // at the same time.
    Logger *log.Logger

    // SnapshotPath if provided is used to snapshot live nodes as well
    // as lamport clock values. When Serf is started with a snapshot,
    // it will attempt to join all the previously known nodes until one
    // succeeds and will also avoid replaying old user events.
    SnapshotPath string

    // RejoinAfterLeave controls our interaction with the snapshot file.
    // When set to false (default), a leave causes a Serf to not rejoin
    // the cluster until an explicit join is received. If this is set to
    // true, we ignore the leave, and rejoin the cluster on start.
    RejoinAfterLeave bool

    // EnableNameConflictResolution controls if Serf will actively attempt
    // to resolve a name conflict. Since each Serf member must have a unique
    // name, a cluster can run into issues if multiple nodes claim the same
    // name. Without automatic resolution, Serf merely logs some warnings, but
    // otherwise does not take any action. Automatic resolution detects the
    // conflict and issues a special query which asks the cluster for the
    // Name -> IP:Port mapping. If there is a simple majority of votes, that
    // node stays while the other node will leave the cluster and exit.
    EnableNameConflictResolution bool

    // DisableCoordinates controls if Serf will maintain an estimate of this
    // node's network coordinate internally. A network coordinate is useful
    // for estimating the network distance (i.e. round trip time) between
    // two nodes. Enabling this option adds some overhead to ping messages.
    DisableCoordinates bool

    // KeyringFile provides the location of a writable file where Serf can
    // persist changes to the encryption keyring.
    KeyringFile string

    // Merge can be optionally provided to intercept a cluster merge
    // and conditionally abort the merge.
    Merge MergeDelegate

Config is the configuration for creating a Serf instance.

func DefaultConfig Uses

func DefaultConfig() *Config

DefaultConfig returns a Config struct that contains reasonable defaults for most of the configurations.

func (*Config) Init Uses

func (c *Config) Init()

Init allocates the subdata structures

type Event Uses

type Event interface {
    EventType() EventType
    String() string

Event is a generic interface for exposing Serf events Clients will usually need to use a type switches to get to a more useful type

type EventType Uses

type EventType int

EventType are all the types of events that may occur and be sent along the Serf channel.

const (
    EventMemberJoin EventType = iota

func (EventType) String Uses

func (t EventType) String() string

type KeyManager Uses

type KeyManager struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields

KeyManager encapsulates all functionality within Serf for handling encryption keyring changes across a cluster.

func (*KeyManager) InstallKey Uses

func (k *KeyManager) InstallKey(key string) (*KeyResponse, error)

InstallKey handles broadcasting a query to all members and gathering responses from each of them, returning a list of messages from each node and any applicable error conditions.

func (*KeyManager) InstallKeyWithOptions Uses

func (k *KeyManager) InstallKeyWithOptions(key string, opts *KeyRequestOptions) (*KeyResponse, error)

func (*KeyManager) ListKeys Uses

func (k *KeyManager) ListKeys() (*KeyResponse, error)

ListKeys is used to collect installed keys from members in a Serf cluster and return an aggregated list of all installed keys. This is useful to operators to ensure that there are no lingering keys installed on any agents. Since having multiple keys installed can cause performance penalties in some cases, it's important to verify this information and remove unneeded keys.

func (*KeyManager) ListKeysWithOptions Uses

func (k *KeyManager) ListKeysWithOptions(opts *KeyRequestOptions) (*KeyResponse, error)

func (*KeyManager) RemoveKey Uses

func (k *KeyManager) RemoveKey(key string) (*KeyResponse, error)

RemoveKey handles broadcasting a key to the cluster for removal. Each member will receive this event, and if they have the key in their keyring, remove it. If any errors are encountered, RemoveKey will collect and relay them.

func (*KeyManager) RemoveKeyWithOptions Uses

func (k *KeyManager) RemoveKeyWithOptions(key string, opts *KeyRequestOptions) (*KeyResponse, error)

func (*KeyManager) UseKey Uses

func (k *KeyManager) UseKey(key string) (*KeyResponse, error)

UseKey handles broadcasting a primary key change to all members in the cluster, and gathering any response messages. If successful, there should be an empty KeyResponse returned.

func (*KeyManager) UseKeyWithOptions Uses

func (k *KeyManager) UseKeyWithOptions(key string, opts *KeyRequestOptions) (*KeyResponse, error)

type KeyRequestOptions Uses

type KeyRequestOptions struct {
    // RelayFactor is the number of duplicate query responses to send by relaying through
    // other nodes, for redundancy
    RelayFactor uint8

KeyRequestOptions is used to contain optional parameters for a keyring operation

type KeyResponse Uses

type KeyResponse struct {
    Messages map[string]string // Map of node name to response message
    NumNodes int               // Total nodes memberlist knows of
    NumResp  int               // Total responses received
    NumErr   int               // Total errors from request

    // Keys is a mapping of the base64-encoded value of the key bytes to the
    // number of nodes that have the key installed.
    Keys map[string]int

KeyResponse is used to relay a query for a list of all keys in use.

type LamportClock Uses

type LamportClock struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields

LamportClock is a thread safe implementation of a lamport clock. It uses efficient atomic operations for all of its functions, falling back to a heavy lock only if there are enough CAS failures.

func (*LamportClock) Increment Uses

func (l *LamportClock) Increment() LamportTime

Increment is used to increment and return the value of the lamport clock

func (*LamportClock) Time Uses

func (l *LamportClock) Time() LamportTime

Time is used to return the current value of the lamport clock

func (*LamportClock) Witness Uses

func (l *LamportClock) Witness(v LamportTime)

Witness is called to update our local clock if necessary after witnessing a clock value received from another process

type LamportTime Uses

type LamportTime uint64

LamportTime is the value of a LamportClock.

type Member Uses

type Member struct {
    Name   string
    Addr   net.IP
    Port   uint16
    Tags   map[string]string
    Status MemberStatus

    // The minimum, maximum, and current values of the protocol versions
    // and delegate (Serf) protocol versions that each member can understand
    // or is speaking.
    ProtocolMin uint8
    ProtocolMax uint8
    ProtocolCur uint8
    DelegateMin uint8
    DelegateMax uint8
    DelegateCur uint8

Member is a single member of the Serf cluster.

type MemberEvent Uses

type MemberEvent struct {
    Type    EventType
    Members []Member

MemberEvent is the struct used for member related events Because Serf coalesces events, an event may contain multiple members.

func (MemberEvent) EventType Uses

func (m MemberEvent) EventType() EventType

func (MemberEvent) String Uses

func (m MemberEvent) String() string

type MemberStatus Uses

type MemberStatus int

MemberStatus is the state that a member is in.

const (
    StatusNone MemberStatus = iota

func (MemberStatus) String Uses

func (s MemberStatus) String() string

type MergeDelegate Uses

type MergeDelegate interface {
    NotifyMerge([]*Member) error

type NodeResponse Uses

type NodeResponse struct {
    From    string
    Payload []byte

NodeResponse is used to represent a single response from a node

type PreviousNode Uses

type PreviousNode struct {
    Name string
    Addr string

PreviousNode is used to represent the previously known alive nodes

func (PreviousNode) String Uses

func (p PreviousNode) String() string

type Query Uses

type Query struct {
    LTime   LamportTime
    Name    string
    Payload []byte
    // contains filtered or unexported fields

Query is the struct used by EventQuery type events

func (*Query) Deadline Uses

func (q *Query) Deadline() time.Time

Deadline returns the time by which a response must be sent

func (*Query) EventType Uses

func (q *Query) EventType() EventType

func (*Query) Respond Uses

func (q *Query) Respond(buf []byte) error

Respond is used to send a response to the user query

func (*Query) String Uses

func (q *Query) String() string

type QueryParam Uses

type QueryParam struct {
    // If provided, we restrict the nodes that should respond to those
    // with names in this list
    FilterNodes []string

    // FilterTags maps a tag name to a regular expression that is applied
    // to restrict the nodes that should respond
    FilterTags map[string]string

    // If true, we are requesting an delivery acknowledgement from
    // every node that meets the filter requirement. This means nodes
    // the receive the message but do not pass the filters, will not
    // send an ack.
    RequestAck bool

    // RelayFactor controls the number of duplicate responses to relay
    // back to the sender through other nodes for redundancy.
    RelayFactor uint8

    // The timeout limits how long the query is left open. If not provided,
    // then a default timeout is used based on the configuration of Serf
    Timeout time.Duration

QueryParam is provided to Query() to configure the parameters of the query. If not provided, sane defaults will be used.

type QueryResponse Uses

type QueryResponse struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields

QueryResponse is returned for each new Query. It is used to collect Ack's as well as responses and to provide those back to a client.

func (*QueryResponse) AckCh Uses

func (r *QueryResponse) AckCh() <-chan string

AckCh returns a channel that can be used to listen for acks Channel will be closed when the query is finished. This is nil, if the query did not specify RequestAck.

func (*QueryResponse) Close Uses

func (r *QueryResponse) Close()

Close is used to close the query, which will close the underlying channels and prevent further deliveries

func (*QueryResponse) Deadline Uses

func (r *QueryResponse) Deadline() time.Time

Deadline returns the ending deadline of the query

func (*QueryResponse) Finished Uses

func (r *QueryResponse) Finished() bool

Finished returns if the query is finished running

func (*QueryResponse) ResponseCh Uses

func (r *QueryResponse) ResponseCh() <-chan NodeResponse

ResponseCh returns a channel that can be used to listen for responses. Channel will be closed when the query is finished.

type Serf Uses

type Serf struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields

Serf is a single node that is part of a single cluster that gets events about joins/leaves/failures/etc. It is created with the Create method.

All functions on the Serf structure are safe to call concurrently.

func Create Uses

func Create(conf *Config) (*Serf, error)

Create creates a new Serf instance, starting all the background tasks to maintain cluster membership information.

After calling this function, the configuration should no longer be used or modified by the caller.

func (*Serf) DefaultQueryParams Uses

func (s *Serf) DefaultQueryParams() *QueryParam

DefaultQueryParam is used to return the default query parameters

func (*Serf) DefaultQueryTimeout Uses

func (s *Serf) DefaultQueryTimeout() time.Duration

DefaultQueryTimeout returns the default timeout value for a query Computed as GossipInterval * QueryTimeoutMult * log(N+1)

func (*Serf) EncryptionEnabled Uses

func (s *Serf) EncryptionEnabled() bool

EncryptionEnabled is a predicate that determines whether or not encryption is enabled, which can be possible in one of 2 cases:

- Single encryption key passed at agent start (no persistence)
- Keyring file provided at agent start

func (*Serf) GetCachedCoordinate Uses

func (s *Serf) GetCachedCoordinate(name string) (coord *coordinate.Coordinate, ok bool)

GetCachedCoordinate returns the network coordinate for the node with the given name. This will only be valid if DisableCoordinates is set to false.

func (*Serf) GetCoordinate Uses

func (s *Serf) GetCoordinate() (*coordinate.Coordinate, error)

GetCoordinate returns the network coordinate of the local node.

func (*Serf) Join Uses

func (s *Serf) Join(existing []string, ignoreOld bool) (int, error)

Join joins an existing Serf cluster. Returns the number of nodes successfully contacted. The returned error will be non-nil only in the case that no nodes could be contacted. If ignoreOld is true, then any user messages sent prior to the join will be ignored.

func (*Serf) KeyManager Uses

func (s *Serf) KeyManager() *KeyManager

KeyManager returns the key manager for the current Serf instance.

func (*Serf) Leave Uses

func (s *Serf) Leave() error

Leave gracefully exits the cluster. It is safe to call this multiple times.

func (*Serf) LocalMember Uses

func (s *Serf) LocalMember() Member

LocalMember returns the Member information for the local node

func (*Serf) Memberlist Uses

func (s *Serf) Memberlist() *memberlist.Memberlist

Memberlist is used to get access to the underlying Memberlist instance

func (*Serf) Members Uses

func (s *Serf) Members() []Member

Members returns a point-in-time snapshot of the members of this cluster.

func (*Serf) NumNodes Uses

func (s *Serf) NumNodes() (numNodes int)

NumNodes returns the number of nodes in the serf cluster, regardless of their health or status.

func (*Serf) ProtocolVersion Uses

func (s *Serf) ProtocolVersion() uint8

ProtocolVersion returns the current protocol version in use by Serf. This is the Serf protocol version, not the memberlist protocol version.

func (*Serf) Query Uses

func (s *Serf) Query(name string, payload []byte, params *QueryParam) (*QueryResponse, error)

Query is used to broadcast a new query. The query must be fairly small, and an error will be returned if the size limit is exceeded. This is only available with protocol version 4 and newer. Query parameters are optional, and if not provided, a sane set of defaults will be used.

func (*Serf) RemoveFailedNode Uses

func (s *Serf) RemoveFailedNode(node string) error

RemoveFailedNode forcibly removes a failed node from the cluster immediately, instead of waiting for the reaper to eventually reclaim it. This also has the effect that Serf will no longer attempt to reconnect to this node.

func (*Serf) SetTags Uses

func (s *Serf) SetTags(tags map[string]string) error

SetTags is used to dynamically update the tags associated with the local node. This will propagate the change to the rest of the cluster. Blocks until a the message is broadcast out.

func (*Serf) Shutdown Uses

func (s *Serf) Shutdown() error

Shutdown forcefully shuts down the Serf instance, stopping all network activity and background maintenance associated with the instance.

This is not a graceful shutdown, and should be preceded by a call to Leave. Otherwise, other nodes in the cluster will detect this node's exit as a node failure.

It is safe to call this method multiple times.

func (*Serf) ShutdownCh Uses

func (s *Serf) ShutdownCh() <-chan struct{}

ShutdownCh returns a channel that can be used to wait for Serf to shutdown.

func (*Serf) State Uses

func (s *Serf) State() SerfState

State is the current state of this Serf instance.

func (*Serf) Stats Uses

func (s *Serf) Stats() map[string]string

Stats is used to provide operator debugging information

func (*Serf) UserEvent Uses

func (s *Serf) UserEvent(name string, payload []byte, coalesce bool) error

UserEvent is used to broadcast a custom user event with a given name and payload. The events must be fairly small, and if the size limit is exceeded and error will be returned. If coalesce is enabled, nodes are allowed to coalesce this event. Coalescing is only available starting in v0.2

type SerfState Uses

type SerfState int

SerfState is the state of the Serf instance.

const (
    SerfAlive SerfState = iota

func (SerfState) String Uses

func (s SerfState) String() string

type Snapshotter Uses

type Snapshotter struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields

Snapshotter is responsible for ingesting events and persisting them to disk, and providing a recovery mechanism at start time.

func (*Snapshotter) AliveNodes Uses

func (s *Snapshotter) AliveNodes() []*PreviousNode

AliveNodes returns the last known alive nodes

func (*Snapshotter) LastClock Uses

func (s *Snapshotter) LastClock() LamportTime

LastClock returns the last known clock time

func (*Snapshotter) LastEventClock Uses

func (s *Snapshotter) LastEventClock() LamportTime

LastEventClock returns the last known event clock time

func (*Snapshotter) LastQueryClock Uses

func (s *Snapshotter) LastQueryClock() LamportTime

LastQueryClock returns the last known query clock time

func (*Snapshotter) Leave Uses

func (s *Snapshotter) Leave()

Leave is used to remove known nodes to prevent a restart from causing a join. Otherwise nodes will re-join after leaving!

func (*Snapshotter) Wait Uses

func (s *Snapshotter) Wait()

Wait is used to wait until the snapshotter finishes shut down

type UserEvent Uses

type UserEvent struct {
    LTime    LamportTime
    Name     string
    Payload  []byte
    Coalesce bool

UserEvent is the struct used for events that are triggered by the user and are not related to members

func (UserEvent) EventType Uses

func (u UserEvent) EventType() EventType

func (UserEvent) String Uses

func (u UserEvent) String() string

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