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package plugin

import "github.com/hashicorp/vault/vendor/github.com/hashicorp/go-plugin"

The plugin package exposes functions and helpers for communicating to plugins which are implemented as standalone binary applications.

plugin.Client fully manages the lifecycle of executing the application, connecting to it, and returning the RPC client for dispensing plugins.

plugin.Serve fully manages listeners to expose an RPC server from a binary that plugin.Client can connect to.

Index

Package Files

client.go discover.go error.go grpc_broker.go grpc_client.go grpc_controller.go grpc_server.go log_entry.go mtls.go mux_broker.go plugin.go process.go process_posix.go protocol.go rpc_client.go rpc_server.go server.go server_mux.go stream.go testing.go

Constants

const CoreProtocolVersion = 1

CoreProtocolVersion is the ProtocolVersion of the plugin system itself. We will increment this whenever we change any protocol behavior. This will invalidate any prior plugins but will at least allow us to iterate on the core in a safe way. We will do our best to do this very infrequently.

const GRPCServiceName = "plugin"

GRPCServiceName is the name of the service that the health check should return as passing.

Variables

var (
    // ErrProcessNotFound is returned when a client is instantiated to
    // reattach to an existing process and it isn't found.
    ErrProcessNotFound = errors.New("Reattachment process not found")

    // ErrChecksumsDoNotMatch is returned when binary's checksum doesn't match
    // the one provided in the SecureConfig.
    ErrChecksumsDoNotMatch = errors.New("checksums did not match")

    // ErrSecureNoChecksum is returned when an empty checksum is provided to the
    // SecureConfig.
    ErrSecureConfigNoChecksum = errors.New("no checksum provided")

    // ErrSecureNoHash is returned when a nil Hash object is provided to the
    // SecureConfig.
    ErrSecureConfigNoHash = errors.New("no hash implementation provided")

    // ErrSecureConfigAndReattach is returned when both Reattach and
    // SecureConfig are set.
    ErrSecureConfigAndReattach = errors.New("only one of Reattach or SecureConfig can be set")
)

Error types

var Killed uint32 = 0

If this is 1, then we've called CleanupClients. This can be used by plugin RPC implementations to change error behavior since you can expected network connection errors at this point. This should be read by using sync/atomic.

func CleanupClients Uses

func CleanupClients()

This makes sure all the managed subprocesses are killed and properly logged. This should be called before the parent process running the plugins exits.

This must only be called _once_.

func DefaultGRPCServer Uses

func DefaultGRPCServer(opts []grpc.ServerOption) *grpc.Server

DefaultGRPCServer can be used with the "GRPCServer" field for Server as a default factory method to create a gRPC server with no extra options.

func Discover Uses

func Discover(glob, dir string) ([]string, error)

Discover discovers plugins that are in a given directory.

The directory doesn't need to be absolute. For example, "." will work fine.

This currently assumes any file matching the glob is a plugin. In the future this may be smarter about checking that a file is executable and so on.

TODO: test

func Serve Uses

func Serve(opts *ServeConfig)

Serve serves the plugins given by ServeConfig.

Serve doesn't return until the plugin is done being executed. Any errors will be outputted to os.Stderr.

This is the method that plugins should call in their main() functions.

func ServeMux Uses

func ServeMux(m ServeMuxMap)

ServeMux is like Serve, but serves multiple types of plugins determined by the argument given on the command-line.

This command doesn't return until the plugin is done being executed. Any errors are logged or output to stderr.

func TestConn Uses

func TestConn(t testing.T) (net.Conn, net.Conn)

TestConn is a helper function for returning a client and server net.Conn connected to each other.

func TestGRPCConn Uses

func TestGRPCConn(t testing.T, register func(*grpc.Server)) (*grpc.ClientConn, *grpc.Server)

TestGRPCConn returns a gRPC client conn and grpc server that are connected together and configured. The register function is used to register services prior to the Serve call. This is used to test gRPC connections.

func TestPluginGRPCConn Uses

func TestPluginGRPCConn(t testing.T, ps map[string]Plugin) (*GRPCClient, *GRPCServer)

TestPluginGRPCConn returns a plugin gRPC client and server that are connected together and configured. This is used to test gRPC connections.

func TestPluginRPCConn Uses

func TestPluginRPCConn(t testing.T, ps map[string]Plugin, opts *TestOptions) (*RPCClient, *RPCServer)

TestPluginRPCConn returns a plugin RPC client and server that are connected together and configured.

func TestRPCConn Uses

func TestRPCConn(t testing.T) (*rpc.Client, *rpc.Server)

TestRPCConn returns a rpc client and server connected to each other.

type BasicError Uses

type BasicError struct {
    Message string
}

This is a type that wraps error types so that they can be messaged across RPC channels. Since "error" is an interface, we can't always gob-encode the underlying structure. This is a valid error interface implementer that we will push across.

func NewBasicError Uses

func NewBasicError(err error) *BasicError

NewBasicError is used to create a BasicError.

err is allowed to be nil.

func (*BasicError) Error Uses

func (e *BasicError) Error() string

type Client Uses

type Client struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Client handles the lifecycle of a plugin application. It launches plugins, connects to them, dispenses interface implementations, and handles killing the process.

Plugin hosts should use one Client for each plugin executable. To dispense a plugin type, use the `Client.Client` function, and then cal `Dispense`. This awkward API is mostly historical but is used to split the client that deals with subprocess management and the client that does RPC management.

See NewClient and ClientConfig for using a Client.

func NewClient Uses

func NewClient(config *ClientConfig) (c *Client)

Creates a new plugin client which manages the lifecycle of an external plugin and gets the address for the RPC connection.

The client must be cleaned up at some point by calling Kill(). If the client is a managed client (created with NewManagedClient) you can just call CleanupClients at the end of your program and they will be properly cleaned.

func (*Client) Client Uses

func (c *Client) Client() (ClientProtocol, error)

Client returns the protocol client for this connection.

Subsequent calls to this will return the same client.

func (*Client) Exited Uses

func (c *Client) Exited() bool

Tells whether or not the underlying process has exited.

func (*Client) Kill Uses

func (c *Client) Kill()

End the executing subprocess (if it is running) and perform any cleanup tasks necessary such as capturing any remaining logs and so on.

This method blocks until the process successfully exits.

This method can safely be called multiple times.

func (*Client) NegotiatedVersion Uses

func (c *Client) NegotiatedVersion() int

NegotiatedVersion returns the protocol version negotiated with the server. This is only valid after Start() is called.

func (*Client) Protocol Uses

func (c *Client) Protocol() Protocol

Protocol returns the protocol of server on the remote end. This will start the plugin process if it isn't already started. Errors from starting the plugin are surpressed and ProtocolInvalid is returned. It is recommended you call Start explicitly before calling Protocol to ensure no errors occur.

func (*Client) ReattachConfig Uses

func (c *Client) ReattachConfig() *ReattachConfig

ReattachConfig returns the information that must be provided to NewClient to reattach to the plugin process that this client started. This is useful for plugins that detach from their parent process.

If this returns nil then the process hasn't been started yet. Please call Start or Client before calling this.

func (*Client) Start Uses

func (c *Client) Start() (addr net.Addr, err error)

Starts the underlying subprocess, communicating with it to negotiate a port for RPC connections, and returning the address to connect via RPC.

This method is safe to call multiple times. Subsequent calls have no effect. Once a client has been started once, it cannot be started again, even if it was killed.

type ClientConfig Uses

type ClientConfig struct {
    // HandshakeConfig is the configuration that must match servers.
    HandshakeConfig

    // Plugins are the plugins that can be consumed.
    // The implied version of this PluginSet is the Handshake.ProtocolVersion.
    Plugins PluginSet

    // VersionedPlugins is a map of PluginSets for specific protocol versions.
    // These can be used to negotiate a compatible version between client and
    // server. If this is set, Handshake.ProtocolVersion is not required.
    VersionedPlugins map[int]PluginSet

    // One of the following must be set, but not both.
    //
    // Cmd is the unstarted subprocess for starting the plugin. If this is
    // set, then the Client starts the plugin process on its own and connects
    // to it.
    //
    // Reattach is configuration for reattaching to an existing plugin process
    // that is already running. This isn't common.
    Cmd      *exec.Cmd
    Reattach *ReattachConfig

    // SecureConfig is configuration for verifying the integrity of the
    // executable. It can not be used with Reattach.
    SecureConfig *SecureConfig

    // TLSConfig is used to enable TLS on the RPC client.
    TLSConfig *tls.Config

    // Managed represents if the client should be managed by the
    // plugin package or not. If true, then by calling CleanupClients,
    // it will automatically be cleaned up. Otherwise, the client
    // user is fully responsible for making sure to Kill all plugin
    // clients. By default the client is _not_ managed.
    Managed bool

    // The minimum and maximum port to use for communicating with
    // the subprocess. If not set, this defaults to 10,000 and 25,000
    // respectively.
    MinPort, MaxPort uint

    // StartTimeout is the timeout to wait for the plugin to say it
    // has started successfully.
    StartTimeout time.Duration

    // If non-nil, then the stderr of the client will be written to here
    // (as well as the log). This is the original os.Stderr of the subprocess.
    // This isn't the output of synced stderr.
    Stderr io.Writer

    // SyncStdout, SyncStderr can be set to override the
    // respective os.Std* values in the plugin. Care should be taken to
    // avoid races here. If these are nil, then this will automatically be
    // hooked up to os.Stdin, Stdout, and Stderr, respectively.
    //
    // If the default values (nil) are used, then this package will not
    // sync any of these streams.
    SyncStdout io.Writer
    SyncStderr io.Writer

    // AllowedProtocols is a list of allowed protocols. If this isn't set,
    // then only netrpc is allowed. This is so that older go-plugin systems
    // can show friendly errors if they see a plugin with an unknown
    // protocol.
    //
    // By setting this, you can cause an error immediately on plugin start
    // if an unsupported protocol is used with a good error message.
    //
    // If this isn't set at all (nil value), then only net/rpc is accepted.
    // This is done for legacy reasons. You must explicitly opt-in to
    // new protocols.
    AllowedProtocols []Protocol

    // Logger is the logger that the client will used. If none is provided,
    // it will default to hclog's default logger.
    Logger hclog.Logger

    // AutoMTLS has the client and server automatically negotiate mTLS for
    // transport authentication. This ensures that only the original client will
    // be allowed to connect to the server, and all other connections will be
    // rejected. The client will also refuse to connect to any server that isn't
    // the original instance started by the client.
    //
    // In this mode of operation, the client generates a one-time use tls
    // certificate, sends the public x.509 certificate to the new server, and
    // the server generates a one-time use tls certificate, and sends the public
    // x.509 certificate back to the client. These are used to authenticate all
    // rpc connections between the client and server.
    //
    // Setting AutoMTLS to true implies that the server must support the
    // protocol, and correctly negotiate the tls certificates, or a connection
    // failure will result.
    //
    // The client should not set TLSConfig, nor should the server set a
    // TLSProvider, because AutoMTLS implies that a new certificate and tls
    // configuration will be generated at startup.
    //
    // You cannot Reattach to a server with this option enabled.
    AutoMTLS bool
}

ClientConfig is the configuration used to initialize a new plugin client. After being used to initialize a plugin client, that configuration must not be modified again.

type ClientProtocol Uses

type ClientProtocol interface {
    io.Closer

    // Dispense dispenses a new instance of the plugin with the given name.
    Dispense(string) (interface{}, error)

    // Ping checks that the client connection is still healthy.
    Ping() error
}

ClientProtocol is an interface that must be implemented for new plugin protocols to be clients.

type GRPCBroker Uses

type GRPCBroker struct {
    sync.Mutex
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

GRPCBroker is responsible for brokering connections by unique ID.

It is used by plugins to create multiple gRPC connections and data streams between the plugin process and the host process.

This allows a plugin to request a channel with a specific ID to connect to or accept a connection from, and the broker handles the details of holding these channels open while they're being negotiated.

The Plugin interface has access to these for both Server and Client. The broker can be used by either (optionally) to reserve and connect to new streams. This is useful for complex args and return values, or anything else you might need a data stream for.

func (*GRPCBroker) Accept Uses

func (b *GRPCBroker) Accept(id uint32) (net.Listener, error)

Accept accepts a connection by ID.

This should not be called multiple times with the same ID at one time.

func (*GRPCBroker) AcceptAndServe Uses

func (b *GRPCBroker) AcceptAndServe(id uint32, s func([]grpc.ServerOption) *grpc.Server)

AcceptAndServe is used to accept a specific stream ID and immediately serve a gRPC server on that stream ID. This is used to easily serve complex arguments. Each AcceptAndServe call opens a new listener socket and sends the connection info down the stream to the dialer. Since a new connection is opened every call, these calls should be used sparingly. Multiple gRPC server implementations can be registered to a single AcceptAndServe call.

func (*GRPCBroker) Close Uses

func (b *GRPCBroker) Close() error

Close closes the stream and all servers.

func (*GRPCBroker) Dial Uses

func (b *GRPCBroker) Dial(id uint32) (conn *grpc.ClientConn, err error)

Dial opens a connection by ID.

func (*GRPCBroker) NextId Uses

func (m *GRPCBroker) NextId() uint32

NextId returns a unique ID to use next.

It is possible for very long-running plugin hosts to wrap this value, though it would require a very large amount of calls. In practice we've never seen it happen.

func (*GRPCBroker) Run Uses

func (m *GRPCBroker) Run()

Run starts the brokering and should be executed in a goroutine, since it blocks forever, or until the session closes.

Uses of GRPCBroker never need to call this. It is called internally by the plugin host/client.

type GRPCClient Uses

type GRPCClient struct {
    Conn    *grpc.ClientConn
    Plugins map[string]Plugin
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

GRPCClient connects to a GRPCServer over gRPC to dispense plugin types.

func (*GRPCClient) Close Uses

func (c *GRPCClient) Close() error

ClientProtocol impl.

func (*GRPCClient) Dispense Uses

func (c *GRPCClient) Dispense(name string) (interface{}, error)

ClientProtocol impl.

func (*GRPCClient) Ping Uses

func (c *GRPCClient) Ping() error

ClientProtocol impl.

type GRPCPlugin Uses

type GRPCPlugin interface {
    // GRPCServer should register this plugin for serving with the
    // given GRPCServer. Unlike Plugin.Server, this is only called once
    // since gRPC plugins serve singletons.
    GRPCServer(*GRPCBroker, *grpc.Server) error

    // GRPCClient should return the interface implementation for the plugin
    // you're serving via gRPC. The provided context will be canceled by
    // go-plugin in the event of the plugin process exiting.
    GRPCClient(context.Context, *GRPCBroker, *grpc.ClientConn) (interface{}, error)
}

GRPCPlugin is the interface that is implemented to serve/connect to a plugin over gRPC.

type GRPCServer Uses

type GRPCServer struct {
    // Plugins are the list of plugins to serve.
    Plugins map[string]Plugin

    // Server is the actual server that will accept connections. This
    // will be used for plugin registration as well.
    Server func([]grpc.ServerOption) *grpc.Server

    // TLS should be the TLS configuration if available. If this is nil,
    // the connection will not have transport security.
    TLS *tls.Config

    // DoneCh is the channel that is closed when this server has exited.
    DoneCh chan struct{}

    // Stdout/StderrLis are the readers for stdout/stderr that will be copied
    // to the stdout/stderr connection that is output.
    Stdout io.Reader
    Stderr io.Reader
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

GRPCServer is a ServerType implementation that serves plugins over gRPC. This allows plugins to easily be written for other languages.

The GRPCServer outputs a custom configuration as a base64-encoded JSON structure represented by the GRPCServerConfig config structure.

func (*GRPCServer) Config Uses

func (s *GRPCServer) Config() string

Config is the GRPCServerConfig encoded as JSON then base64.

func (*GRPCServer) GracefulStop Uses

func (s *GRPCServer) GracefulStop()

GracefulStop calls GracefulStop on the underlying grpc.Server

func (*GRPCServer) Init Uses

func (s *GRPCServer) Init() error

ServerProtocol impl.

func (*GRPCServer) Serve Uses

func (s *GRPCServer) Serve(lis net.Listener)

func (*GRPCServer) Stop Uses

func (s *GRPCServer) Stop()

Stop calls Stop on the underlying grpc.Server

type GRPCServerConfig Uses

type GRPCServerConfig struct {
    StdoutAddr string `json:"stdout_addr"`
    StderrAddr string `json:"stderr_addr"`
}

GRPCServerConfig is the extra configuration passed along for consumers to facilitate using GRPC plugins.

type HandshakeConfig Uses

type HandshakeConfig struct {
    // ProtocolVersion is the version that clients must match on to
    // agree they can communicate. This should match the ProtocolVersion
    // set on ClientConfig when using a plugin.
    // This field is not required if VersionedPlugins are being used in the
    // Client or Server configurations.
    ProtocolVersion uint

    // MagicCookieKey and value are used as a very basic verification
    // that a plugin is intended to be launched. This is not a security
    // measure, just a UX feature. If the magic cookie doesn't match,
    // we show human-friendly output.
    MagicCookieKey   string
    MagicCookieValue string
}

HandshakeConfig is the configuration used by client and servers to handshake before starting a plugin connection. This is embedded by both ServeConfig and ClientConfig.

In practice, the plugin host creates a HandshakeConfig that is exported and plugins then can easily consume it.

type MuxBroker Uses

type MuxBroker struct {
    sync.Mutex
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

MuxBroker is responsible for brokering multiplexed connections by unique ID.

It is used by plugins to multiplex multiple RPC connections and data streams on top of a single connection between the plugin process and the host process.

This allows a plugin to request a channel with a specific ID to connect to or accept a connection from, and the broker handles the details of holding these channels open while they're being negotiated.

The Plugin interface has access to these for both Server and Client. The broker can be used by either (optionally) to reserve and connect to new multiplexed streams. This is useful for complex args and return values, or anything else you might need a data stream for.

func (*MuxBroker) Accept Uses

func (m *MuxBroker) Accept(id uint32) (net.Conn, error)

Accept accepts a connection by ID.

This should not be called multiple times with the same ID at one time.

func (*MuxBroker) AcceptAndServe Uses

func (m *MuxBroker) AcceptAndServe(id uint32, v interface{})

AcceptAndServe is used to accept a specific stream ID and immediately serve an RPC server on that stream ID. This is used to easily serve complex arguments.

The served interface is always registered to the "Plugin" name.

func (*MuxBroker) Close Uses

func (m *MuxBroker) Close() error

Close closes the connection and all sub-connections.

func (*MuxBroker) Dial Uses

func (m *MuxBroker) Dial(id uint32) (net.Conn, error)

Dial opens a connection by ID.

func (*MuxBroker) NextId Uses

func (m *MuxBroker) NextId() uint32

NextId returns a unique ID to use next.

It is possible for very long-running plugin hosts to wrap this value, though it would require a very large amount of RPC calls. In practice we've never seen it happen.

func (*MuxBroker) Run Uses

func (m *MuxBroker) Run()

Run starts the brokering and should be executed in a goroutine, since it blocks forever, or until the session closes.

Uses of MuxBroker never need to call this. It is called internally by the plugin host/client.

type NetRPCUnsupportedPlugin Uses

type NetRPCUnsupportedPlugin struct{}

NetRPCUnsupportedPlugin implements Plugin but returns errors for the Server and Client functions. This will effectively disable support for net/rpc based plugins.

This struct can be embedded in your struct.

func (NetRPCUnsupportedPlugin) Client Uses

func (p NetRPCUnsupportedPlugin) Client(*MuxBroker, *rpc.Client) (interface{}, error)

func (NetRPCUnsupportedPlugin) Server Uses

func (p NetRPCUnsupportedPlugin) Server(*MuxBroker) (interface{}, error)

type Plugin Uses

type Plugin interface {
    // Server should return the RPC server compatible struct to serve
    // the methods that the Client calls over net/rpc.
    Server(*MuxBroker) (interface{}, error)

    // Client returns an interface implementation for the plugin you're
    // serving that communicates to the server end of the plugin.
    Client(*MuxBroker, *rpc.Client) (interface{}, error)
}

Plugin is the interface that is implemented to serve/connect to an inteface implementation.

type PluginSet Uses

type PluginSet map[string]Plugin

PluginSet is a set of plugins provided to be registered in the plugin server.

type Protocol Uses

type Protocol string

Protocol is an enum representing the types of protocols.

const (
    ProtocolInvalid Protocol = ""
    ProtocolNetRPC  Protocol = "netrpc"
    ProtocolGRPC    Protocol = "grpc"
)

type RPCClient Uses

type RPCClient struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

RPCClient connects to an RPCServer over net/rpc to dispense plugin types.

func NewRPCClient Uses

func NewRPCClient(conn io.ReadWriteCloser, plugins map[string]Plugin) (*RPCClient, error)

NewRPCClient creates a client from an already-open connection-like value. Dial is typically used instead.

func (*RPCClient) Close Uses

func (c *RPCClient) Close() error

Close closes the connection. The client is no longer usable after this is called.

func (*RPCClient) Dispense Uses

func (c *RPCClient) Dispense(name string) (interface{}, error)

func (*RPCClient) Ping Uses

func (c *RPCClient) Ping() error

Ping pings the connection to ensure it is still alive.

The error from the RPC call is returned exactly if you want to inspect it for further error analysis. Any error returned from here would indicate that the connection to the plugin is not healthy.

func (*RPCClient) SyncStreams Uses

func (c *RPCClient) SyncStreams(stdout io.Writer, stderr io.Writer) error

SyncStreams should be called to enable syncing of stdout, stderr with the plugin.

This will return immediately and the syncing will continue to happen in the background. You do not need to launch this in a goroutine itself.

This should never be called multiple times.

type RPCServer Uses

type RPCServer struct {
    Plugins map[string]Plugin

    // Stdout, Stderr are what this server will use instead of the
    // normal stdin/out/err. This is because due to the multi-process nature
    // of our plugin system, we can't use the normal process values so we
    // make our own custom one we pipe across.
    Stdout io.Reader
    Stderr io.Reader

    // DoneCh should be set to a non-nil channel that will be closed
    // when the control requests the RPC server to end.
    DoneCh chan<- struct{}
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

RPCServer listens for network connections and then dispenses interface implementations over net/rpc.

After setting the fields below, they shouldn't be read again directly from the structure which may be reading/writing them concurrently.

func (*RPCServer) Config Uses

func (s *RPCServer) Config() string

ServerProtocol impl.

func (*RPCServer) Init Uses

func (s *RPCServer) Init() error

ServerProtocol impl.

func (*RPCServer) Serve Uses

func (s *RPCServer) Serve(lis net.Listener)

ServerProtocol impl.

func (*RPCServer) ServeConn Uses

func (s *RPCServer) ServeConn(conn io.ReadWriteCloser)

ServeConn runs a single connection.

ServeConn blocks, serving the connection until the client hangs up.

type ReattachConfig Uses

type ReattachConfig struct {
    Protocol Protocol
    Addr     net.Addr
    Pid      int
}

ReattachConfig is used to configure a client to reattach to an already-running plugin process. You can retrieve this information by calling ReattachConfig on Client.

type SecureConfig Uses

type SecureConfig struct {
    Checksum []byte
    Hash     hash.Hash
}

SecureConfig is used to configure a client to verify the integrity of an executable before running. It does this by verifying the checksum is expected. Hash is used to specify the hashing method to use when checksumming the file. The configuration is verified by the client by calling the SecureConfig.Check() function.

The host process should ensure the checksum was provided by a trusted and authoritative source. The binary should be installed in such a way that it can not be modified by an unauthorized user between the time of this check and the time of execution.

func (*SecureConfig) Check Uses

func (s *SecureConfig) Check(filePath string) (bool, error)

Check takes the filepath to an executable and returns true if the checksum of the file matches the checksum provided in the SecureConfig.

type ServeConfig Uses

type ServeConfig struct {
    // HandshakeConfig is the configuration that must match clients.
    HandshakeConfig

    // TLSProvider is a function that returns a configured tls.Config.
    TLSProvider func() (*tls.Config, error)

    // Plugins are the plugins that are served.
    // The implied version of this PluginSet is the Handshake.ProtocolVersion.
    Plugins PluginSet

    // VersionedPlugins is a map of PluginSets for specific protocol versions.
    // These can be used to negotiate a compatible version between client and
    // server. If this is set, Handshake.ProtocolVersion is not required.
    VersionedPlugins map[int]PluginSet

    // GRPCServer should be non-nil to enable serving the plugins over
    // gRPC. This is a function to create the server when needed with the
    // given server options. The server options populated by go-plugin will
    // be for TLS if set. You may modify the input slice.
    //
    // Note that the grpc.Server will automatically be registered with
    // the gRPC health checking service. This is not optional since go-plugin
    // relies on this to implement Ping().
    GRPCServer func([]grpc.ServerOption) *grpc.Server

    // Logger is used to pass a logger into the server. If none is provided the
    // server will create a default logger.
    Logger hclog.Logger
}

ServeConfig configures what sorts of plugins are served.

type ServeMuxMap Uses

type ServeMuxMap map[string]*ServeConfig

ServeMuxMap is the type that is used to configure ServeMux

type ServerProtocol Uses

type ServerProtocol interface {
    // Init is called once to configure and initialize the protocol, but
    // not start listening. This is the point at which all validation should
    // be done and errors returned.
    Init() error

    // Config is extra configuration to be outputted to stdout. This will
    // be automatically base64 encoded to ensure it can be parsed properly.
    // This can be an empty string if additional configuration is not needed.
    Config() string

    // Serve is called to serve connections on the given listener. This should
    // continue until the listener is closed.
    Serve(net.Listener)
}

ServerProtocol is an interface that must be implemented for new plugin protocols to be servers.

type TestOptions Uses

type TestOptions struct {
    //ServerStdout causes the given value to be used in place of a blank buffer
    //for RPCServer's Stdout
    ServerStdout io.ReadCloser

    //ServerStderr causes the given value to be used in place of a blank buffer
    //for RPCServer's Stderr
    ServerStderr io.ReadCloser
}

TestOptions allows specifying options that can affect the behavior of the test functions

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