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package evio

import "github.com/tidwall/evio"

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evio.go evio_std.go evio_unix.go

func Serve Uses

func Serve(events Events, addr ...string) error

Serve starts handling events for the specified addresses.

Addresses should use a scheme prefix and be formatted like `tcp://192.168.0.10:9851` or `unix://socket`. Valid network schemes:

tcp   - bind to both IPv4 and IPv6
tcp4  - IPv4
tcp6  - IPv6
udp   - bind to both IPv4 and IPv6
udp4  - IPv4
udp6  - IPv6
unix  - Unix Domain Socket

The "tcp" network scheme is assumed when one is not specified.

type Action Uses

type Action int

Action is an action that occurs after the completion of an event.

const (
    // None indicates that no action should occur following an event.
    None Action = iota
    // Detach detaches a connection. Not available for UDP connections.
    Detach
    // Close closes the connection.
    Close
    // Shutdown shutdowns the server.
    Shutdown
)

type Conn Uses

type Conn interface {
    // Context returns a user-defined context.
    Context() interface{}
    // SetContext sets a user-defined context.
    SetContext(interface{})
    // AddrIndex is the index of server address that was passed to the Serve call.
    AddrIndex() int
    // LocalAddr is the connection's local socket address.
    LocalAddr() net.Addr
    // RemoteAddr is the connection's remote peer address.
    RemoteAddr() net.Addr
}

Conn is an evio connection.

type Events Uses

type Events struct {
    // NumLoops sets the number of loops to use for the server. Setting this
    // to a value greater than 1 will effectively make the server
    // multithreaded for multi-core machines. Which means you must take care
    // with synchonizing memory between all event callbacks. Setting to 0 or 1
    // will run the server single-threaded. Setting to -1 will automatically
    // assign this value equal to runtime.NumProcs().
    NumLoops int
    // LoadBalance sets the load balancing method. Load balancing is always a
    // best effort to attempt to distribute the incoming connections between
    // multiple loops. This option is only works when NumLoops is set.
    LoadBalance LoadBalance
    // Serving fires when the server can accept connections. The server
    // parameter has information and various utilities.
    Serving func(server Server) (action Action)
    // Opened fires when a new connection has opened.
    // The info parameter has information about the connection such as
    // it's local and remote address.
    // Use the out return value to write data to the connection.
    // The opts return value is used to set connection options.
    Opened func(c Conn) (out []byte, opts Options, action Action)
    // Closed fires when a connection has closed.
    // The err parameter is the last known connection error.
    Closed func(c Conn, err error) (action Action)
    // Detached fires when a connection has been previously detached.
    // Once detached it's up to the receiver of this event to manage the
    // state of the connection. The Closed event will not be called for
    // this connection.
    // The conn parameter is a ReadWriteCloser that represents the
    // underlying socket connection. It can be freely used in goroutines
    // and should be closed when it's no longer needed.
    Detached func(c Conn, rwc io.ReadWriteCloser) (action Action)
    // PreWrite fires just before any data is written to any client socket.
    PreWrite func()
    // Data fires when a connection sends the server data.
    // The in parameter is the incoming data.
    // Use the out return value to write data to the connection.
    Data func(c Conn, in []byte) (out []byte, action Action)
    // Tick fires immediately after the server starts and will fire again
    // following the duration specified by the delay return value.
    Tick func() (delay time.Duration, action Action)
}

Events represents the server events for the Serve call. Each event has an Action return value that is used manage the state of the connection and server.

type InputStream Uses

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

InputStream is a helper type for managing input streams from inside the Data event.

func (*InputStream) Begin Uses

func (is *InputStream) Begin(packet []byte) (data []byte)

Begin accepts a new packet and returns a working sequence of unprocessed bytes.

func (*InputStream) End Uses

func (is *InputStream) End(data []byte)

End shifts the stream to match the unprocessed data.

type LoadBalance Uses

type LoadBalance int

LoadBalance sets the load balancing method.

const (
    // Random requests that connections are randomly distributed.
    Random LoadBalance = iota
    // RoundRobin requests that connections are distributed to a loop in a
    // round-robin fashion.
    RoundRobin
    // LeastConnections assigns the next accepted connection to the loop with
    // the least number of active connections.
    LeastConnections
)

type Options Uses

type Options struct {
    // TCPKeepAlive (SO_KEEPALIVE) socket option.
    TCPKeepAlive time.Duration
    // ReuseInputBuffer will forces the connection to share and reuse the
    // same input packet buffer with all other connections that also use
    // this option.
    // Default value is false, which means that all input data which is
    // passed to the Data event will be a uniquely copied []byte slice.
    ReuseInputBuffer bool
}

Options are set when the client opens.

type Server Uses

type Server struct {
    // The addrs parameter is an array of listening addresses that align
    // with the addr strings passed to the Serve function.
    Addrs []net.Addr
    // NumLoops is the number of loops that the server is using.
    NumLoops int
}

Server represents a server context which provides information about the running server and has control functions for managing state.

Directories

PathSynopsis
benchmarks
benchmarks/fasthttp-server
benchmarks/net-echo-server
benchmarks/net-http-server
internal

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