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/* This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
* License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
* file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/. */
"use strict";
const {classes: Cc, interfaces: Ci, utils: Cu} = Components;
const myScope = this;
Cu.import("resource://gre/modules/Log.jsm", this);
Cu.import("resource://gre/modules/osfile.jsm", this);
Cu.import("resource://gre/modules/Promise.jsm", this);
Cu.import("resource://gre/modules/Services.jsm", this);
Cu.import("resource://gre/modules/Task.jsm", this);
Cu.import("resource://gre/modules/Timer.jsm", this);
Cu.import("resource://gre/modules/XPCOMUtils.jsm", this);
Cu.import("resource://gre/modules/KeyValueParser.jsm");
this.EXPORTED_SYMBOLS = [
"CrashManager",
];
/**
* How long to wait after application startup before crash event files are
* automatically aggregated.
*
* We defer aggregation for performance reasons, as we don't want too many
* services competing for I/O immediately after startup.
*/
const AGGREGATE_STARTUP_DELAY_MS = 57000;
const MILLISECONDS_IN_DAY = 24 * 60 * 60 * 1000;
// Converts Date to days since UNIX epoch.
// This was copied from /services/metrics.storage.jsm. The implementation
// does not account for leap seconds.
function dateToDays(date) {
return Math.floor(date.getTime() / MILLISECONDS_IN_DAY);
}
/**
* A gateway to crash-related data.
*
* This type is generic and can be instantiated any number of times.
* However, most applications will typically only have one instance
* instantiated and that instance will point to profile and user appdata
* directories.
*
* Instances are created by passing an object with properties.
* Recognized properties are:
*
* pendingDumpsDir (string) (required)
* Where dump files that haven't been uploaded are located.
*
* submittedDumpsDir (string) (required)
* Where records of uploaded dumps are located.
*
* eventsDirs (array)
* Directories (defined as strings) where events files are written. This
* instance will collects events from files in the directories specified.
*
* storeDir (string)
* Directory we will use for our data store. This instance will write
* data files into the directory specified.
*/
this.CrashManager = function (options) {
for (let k of ["pendingDumpsDir", "submittedDumpsDir", "eventsDirs",
"storeDir"]) {
if (!(k in options)) {
throw new Error("Required key not present in options: " + k);
}
}
this._log = Log.repository.getLogger("Crashes.CrashManager");
for (let k in options) {
let v = options[k];
switch (k) {
case "pendingDumpsDir":
this._pendingDumpsDir = v;
break;
case "submittedDumpsDir":
this._submittedDumpsDir = v;
break;
case "eventsDirs":
this._eventsDirs = v;
break;
case "storeDir":
this._storeDir = v;
break;
default:
throw new Error("Unknown property in options: " + k);
}
}
// Promise for in-progress aggregation operation. We store it on the
// object so it can be returned for in-progress operations.
this._aggregatePromise = null;
// The CrashStore currently attached to this object.
this._store = null;
// A Task to retrieve the store. This is needed to avoid races when
// _getStore() is called multiple times in a short interval.
this._getStoreTask = null;
// The timer controlling the expiration of the CrashStore instance.
this._storeTimer = null;
// This is a semaphore that prevents the store from being freed by our
// timer-based resource freeing mechanism.
this._storeProtectedCount = 0;
};
this.CrashManager.prototype = Object.freeze({
// A crash in the main process.
PROCESS_TYPE_MAIN: "main",
// A crash in a content process.
PROCESS_TYPE_CONTENT: "content",
// A crash in a plugin process.
PROCESS_TYPE_PLUGIN: "plugin",
// A crash in a Gecko media plugin process.
PROCESS_TYPE_GMPLUGIN: "gmplugin",
// A crash in the GPU process.
PROCESS_TYPE_GPU: "gpu",
// A real crash.
CRASH_TYPE_CRASH: "crash",
// A hang.
CRASH_TYPE_HANG: "hang",
// Submission result values.
SUBMISSION_RESULT_OK: "ok",
SUBMISSION_RESULT_FAILED: "failed",
DUMP_REGEX: /^([0-9a-f]{8}-[0-9a-f]{4}-[0-9a-f]{4}-[0-9a-f]{4}-[0-9a-f]{12})\.dmp$/i,
SUBMITTED_REGEX: /^bp-(?:hr-)?([0-9a-f]{8}-[0-9a-f]{4}-[0-9a-f]{4}-[0-9a-f]{4}-[0-9a-f]{12})\.txt$/i,
ALL_REGEX: /^(.*)$/,
// How long the store object should persist in memory before being
// automatically garbage collected.
STORE_EXPIRATION_MS: 60 * 1000,
// Number of days after which a crash with no activity will get purged.
PURGE_OLDER_THAN_DAYS: 180,
// The following are return codes for individual event file processing.
// File processed OK.
EVENT_FILE_SUCCESS: "ok",
// The event appears to be malformed.
EVENT_FILE_ERROR_MALFORMED: "malformed",
// The type of event is unknown.
EVENT_FILE_ERROR_UNKNOWN_EVENT: "unknown-event",
/**
* Obtain a list of all dumps pending upload.
*
* The returned value is a promise that resolves to an array of objects
* on success. Each element in the array has the following properties:
*
* id (string)
* The ID of the crash (a UUID).
*
* path (string)
* The filename of the crash (<UUID.dmp>)
*
* date (Date)
* When this dump was created
*
* The returned arry is sorted by the modified time of the file backing
* the entry, oldest to newest.
*
* @return Promise<Array>
*/
pendingDumps: function () {
return this._getDirectoryEntries(this._pendingDumpsDir, this.DUMP_REGEX);
},
/**
* Obtain a list of all dump files corresponding to submitted crashes.
*
* The returned value is a promise that resolves to an Array of
* objects. Each object has the following properties:
*
* path (string)
* The path of the file this entry comes from.
*
* id (string)
* The crash UUID.
*
* date (Date)
* The (estimated) date this crash was submitted.
*
* The returned array is sorted by the modified time of the file backing
* the entry, oldest to newest.
*
* @return Promise<Array>
*/
submittedDumps: function () {
return this._getDirectoryEntries(this._submittedDumpsDir,
this.SUBMITTED_REGEX);
},
/**
* Aggregates "loose" events files into the unified "database."
*
* This function should be called periodically to collect metadata from
* all events files into the central data store maintained by this manager.
*
* Once events have been stored in the backing store the corresponding
* source files are deleted.
*
* Only one aggregation operation is allowed to occur at a time. If this
* is called when an existing aggregation is in progress, the promise for
* the original call will be returned.
*
* @return promise<int> The number of event files that were examined.
*/
aggregateEventsFiles: function () {
if (this._aggregatePromise) {
return this._aggregatePromise;
}
return this._aggregatePromise = Task.spawn(function* () {
if (this._aggregatePromise) {
return this._aggregatePromise;
}
try {
let unprocessedFiles = yield this._getUnprocessedEventsFiles();
let deletePaths = [];
let needsSave = false;
this._storeProtectedCount++;
for (let entry of unprocessedFiles) {
try {
let result = yield this._processEventFile(entry);
switch (result) {
case this.EVENT_FILE_SUCCESS:
needsSave = true;
// Fall through.
case this.EVENT_FILE_ERROR_MALFORMED:
deletePaths.push(entry.path);
break;
case this.EVENT_FILE_ERROR_UNKNOWN_EVENT:
break;
default:
Cu.reportError("Unhandled crash event file return code. Please " +
"file a bug: " + result);
}
} catch (ex) {
if (ex instanceof OS.File.Error) {
this._log.warn("I/O error reading " + entry.path, ex);
} else {
// We should never encounter an exception. This likely represents
// a coding error because all errors should be detected and
// converted to return codes.
//
// If we get here, report the error and delete the source file
// so we don't see it again.
Cu.reportError("Exception when processing crash event file: " +
Log.exceptionStr(ex));
deletePaths.push(entry.path);
}
}
}
if (needsSave) {
let store = yield this._getStore();
yield store.save();
}
for (let path of deletePaths) {
try {
yield OS.File.remove(path);
} catch (ex) {
this._log.warn("Error removing event file (" + path + ")", ex);
}
}
return unprocessedFiles.length;
} finally {
this._aggregatePromise = false;
this._storeProtectedCount--;
}
}.bind(this));
},
/**
* Prune old crash data.
*
* @param date
* (Date) The cutoff point for pruning. Crashes without data newer
* than this will be pruned.
*/
pruneOldCrashes: function (date) {
return Task.spawn(function* () {
let store = yield this._getStore();
store.pruneOldCrashes(date);
yield store.save();
}.bind(this));
},
/**
* Run tasks that should be periodically performed.
*/
runMaintenanceTasks: function () {
return Task.spawn(function* () {
yield this.aggregateEventsFiles();
let offset = this.PURGE_OLDER_THAN_DAYS * MILLISECONDS_IN_DAY;
yield this.pruneOldCrashes(new Date(Date.now() - offset));
}.bind(this));
},
/**
* Schedule maintenance tasks for some point in the future.
*
* @param delay
* (integer) Delay in milliseconds when maintenance should occur.
*/
scheduleMaintenance: function (delay) {
let deferred = Promise.defer();
setTimeout(() => {
this.runMaintenanceTasks().then(deferred.resolve, deferred.reject);
}, delay);
return deferred.promise;
},
/**
* Record the occurrence of a crash.
*
* This method skips event files altogether and writes directly and
* immediately to the manager's data store.
*
* @param processType (string) One of the PROCESS_TYPE constants.
* @param crashType (string) One of the CRASH_TYPE constants.
* @param id (string) Crash ID. Likely a UUID.
* @param date (Date) When the crash occurred.
* @param metadata (dictionary) Crash metadata, may be empty.
*
* @return promise<null> Resolved when the store has been saved.
*/
addCrash: function (processType, crashType, id, date, metadata) {
return Task.spawn(function* () {
let store = yield this._getStore();
if (store.addCrash(processType, crashType, id, date, metadata)) {
yield store.save();
}
}.bind(this));
},
/**
* Record the remote ID for a crash.
*
* @param crashID (string) Crash ID. Likely a UUID.
* @param remoteID (Date) Server/Breakpad ID.
*
* @return boolean True if the remote ID was recorded.
*/
setRemoteCrashID: Task.async(function* (crashID, remoteID) {
let store = yield this._getStore();
if (store.setRemoteCrashID(crashID, remoteID)) {
yield store.save();
}
}),
/**
* Generate a submission ID for use with addSubmission{Attempt,Result}.
*/
generateSubmissionID() {
return "sub-" + Cc["@mozilla.org/uuid-generator;1"]
.getService(Ci.nsIUUIDGenerator)
.generateUUID().toString().slice(1, -1);
},
/**
* Record the occurrence of a submission attempt for a crash.
*
* @param crashID (string) Crash ID. Likely a UUID.
* @param submissionID (string) Submission ID. Likely a UUID.
* @param date (Date) When the attempt occurred.
*
* @return boolean True if the attempt was recorded and false if not.
*/
addSubmissionAttempt: Task.async(function* (crashID, submissionID, date) {
let store = yield this._getStore();
if (store.addSubmissionAttempt(crashID, submissionID, date)) {
yield store.save();
}
}),
/**
* Record the occurrence of a submission result for a crash.
*
* @param crashID (string) Crash ID. Likely a UUID.
* @param submissionID (string) Submission ID. Likely a UUID.
* @param date (Date) When the submission result was obtained.
* @param result (string) One of the SUBMISSION_RESULT constants.
*
* @return boolean True if the result was recorded and false if not.
*/
addSubmissionResult: Task.async(function* (crashID, submissionID, date, result) {
let store = yield this._getStore();
if (store.addSubmissionResult(crashID, submissionID, date, result)) {
yield store.save();
}
}),
/**
* Set the classification of a crash.
*
* @param crashID (string) Crash ID. Likely a UUID.
* @param classifications (array) Crash classifications.
*
* @return boolean True if the data was recorded and false if not.
*/
setCrashClassifications: Task.async(function* (crashID, classifications) {
let store = yield this._getStore();
if (store.setCrashClassifications(crashID, classifications)) {
yield store.save();
}
}),
/**
* Obtain the paths of all unprocessed events files.
*
* The promise-resolved array is sorted by file mtime, oldest to newest.
*/
_getUnprocessedEventsFiles: function () {
return Task.spawn(function* () {
let entries = [];
for (let dir of this._eventsDirs) {
for (let e of yield this._getDirectoryEntries(dir, this.ALL_REGEX)) {
entries.push(e);
}
}
entries.sort((a, b) => { return a.date - b.date; });
return entries;
}.bind(this));
},
// See docs/crash-events.rst for the file format specification.
_processEventFile: function (entry) {
return Task.spawn(function* () {
let data = yield OS.File.read(entry.path);
let store = yield this._getStore();
let decoder = new TextDecoder();
data = decoder.decode(data);
let type, time;
let start = 0;
for (let i = 0; i < 2; i++) {
let index = data.indexOf("\n", start);
if (index == -1) {
return this.EVENT_FILE_ERROR_MALFORMED;
}
let sub = data.substring(start, index);
switch (i) {
case 0:
type = sub;
break;
case 1:
time = sub;
try {
time = parseInt(time, 10);
} catch (ex) {
return this.EVENT_FILE_ERROR_MALFORMED;
}
}
start = index + 1;
}
let date = new Date(time * 1000);
let payload = data.substring(start);
return this._handleEventFilePayload(store, entry, type, date, payload);
}.bind(this));
},
_handleEventFilePayload: function (store, entry, type, date, payload) {
// The payload types and formats are documented in docs/crash-events.rst.
// Do not change the format of an existing type. Instead, invent a new
// type.
// DO NOT ADD NEW TYPES WITHOUT DOCUMENTING!
let lines = payload.split("\n");
switch (type) {
case "crash.main.1":
if (lines.length > 1) {
this._log.warn("Multiple lines unexpected in payload for " +
entry.path);
return this.EVENT_FILE_ERROR_MALFORMED;
}
// fall-through
case "crash.main.2":
let crashID = lines[0];
let metadata = parseKeyValuePairsFromLines(lines.slice(1));
store.addCrash(this.PROCESS_TYPE_MAIN, this.CRASH_TYPE_CRASH,
crashID, date, metadata);
break;
case "crash.submission.1":
if (lines.length == 3) {
let [crashID, result, remoteID] = lines;
store.addCrash(this.PROCESS_TYPE_MAIN, this.CRASH_TYPE_CRASH,
crashID, date);
let submissionID = this.generateSubmissionID();
let succeeded = result === "true";
store.addSubmissionAttempt(crashID, submissionID, date);
store.addSubmissionResult(crashID, submissionID, date,
succeeded ? this.SUBMISSION_RESULT_OK :
this.SUBMISSION_RESULT_FAILED);
if (succeeded) {
store.setRemoteCrashID(crashID, remoteID);
}
} else {
return this.EVENT_FILE_ERROR_MALFORMED;
}
break;
default:
return this.EVENT_FILE_ERROR_UNKNOWN_EVENT;
}
return this.EVENT_FILE_SUCCESS;
},
/**
* The resolved promise is an array of objects with the properties:
*
* path -- String filename
* id -- regexp.match()[1] (likely the crash ID)
* date -- Date mtime of the file
*/
_getDirectoryEntries: function (path, re) {
return Task.spawn(function* () {
try {
yield OS.File.stat(path);
} catch (ex) {
if (!(ex instanceof OS.File.Error) || !ex.becauseNoSuchFile) {
throw ex;
}
return [];
}
let it = new OS.File.DirectoryIterator(path);
let entries = [];
try {
yield it.forEach((entry, index, it) => {
if (entry.isDir) {
return undefined;
}
let match = re.exec(entry.name);
if (!match) {
return undefined;
}
return OS.File.stat(entry.path).then((info) => {
entries.push({
path: entry.path,
id: match[1],
date: info.lastModificationDate,
});
});
});
} finally {
it.close();
}
entries.sort((a, b) => { return a.date - b.date; });
return entries;
}.bind(this));
},
_getStore: function () {
if (this._getStoreTask) {
return this._getStoreTask;
}
return this._getStoreTask = Task.spawn(function* () {
try {
if (!this._store) {
yield OS.File.makeDir(this._storeDir, {
ignoreExisting: true,
unixMode: OS.Constants.libc.S_IRWXU,
});
let store = new CrashStore(this._storeDir);
yield store.load();
this._store = store;
this._storeTimer = Cc["@mozilla.org/timer;1"]
.createInstance(Ci.nsITimer);
}
// The application can go long periods without interacting with the
// store. Since the store takes up resources, we automatically "free"
// the store after inactivity so resources can be returned to the
// system. We do this via a timer and a mechanism that tracks when the
// store is being accessed.
this._storeTimer.cancel();
// This callback frees resources from the store unless the store
// is protected from freeing by some other process.
let timerCB = function () {
if (this._storeProtectedCount) {
this._storeTimer.initWithCallback(timerCB, this.STORE_EXPIRATION_MS,
this._storeTimer.TYPE_ONE_SHOT);
return;
}
// We kill the reference that we hold. GC will kill it later. If
// someone else holds a reference, that will prevent GC until that
// reference is gone.
this._store = null;
this._storeTimer = null;
}.bind(this);
this._storeTimer.initWithCallback(timerCB, this.STORE_EXPIRATION_MS,
this._storeTimer.TYPE_ONE_SHOT);
return this._store;
} finally {
this._getStoreTask = null;
}
}.bind(this));
},
/**
* Obtain information about all known crashes.
*
* Returns an array of CrashRecord instances. Instances are read-only.
*/
getCrashes: function () {
return Task.spawn(function* () {
let store = yield this._getStore();
return store.crashes;
}.bind(this));
},
getCrashCountsByDay: function () {
return Task.spawn(function* () {
let store = yield this._getStore();
return store._countsByDay;
}.bind(this));
},
});
var gCrashManager;
/**
* Interface to storage of crash data.
*
* This type handles storage of crash metadata. It exists as a separate type
* from the crash manager for performance reasons: since all crash metadata
* needs to be loaded into memory for access, we wish to easily dispose of all
* associated memory when this data is no longer needed. Having an isolated
* object whose references can easily be lost faciliates that simple disposal.
*
* When metadata is updated, the caller must explicitly persist the changes
* to disk. This prevents excessive I/O during updates.
*
* The store has a mechanism for ensuring it doesn't grow too large. A ceiling
* is placed on the number of daily events that can occur for events that can
* occur with relatively high frequency, notably plugin crashes and hangs
* (plugins can enter cycles where they repeatedly crash). If we've reached
* the high water mark and new data arrives, it's silently dropped.
* However, the count of actual events is always preserved. This allows
* us to report on the severity of problems beyond the storage threshold.
*
* Main process crashes are excluded from limits because they are both
* important and should be rare.
*
* @param storeDir (string)
* Directory the store should be located in.
*/
function CrashStore(storeDir) {
this._storeDir = storeDir;
this._storePath = OS.Path.join(storeDir, "store.json.mozlz4");
// Holds the read data from disk.
this._data = null;
// Maps days since UNIX epoch to a Map of event types to counts.
// This data structure is populated when the JSON file is loaded
// and is also updated when new events are added.
this._countsByDay = new Map();
}
CrashStore.prototype = Object.freeze({
// Maximum number of events to store per day. This establishes a
// ceiling on the per-type/per-day records that will be stored.
HIGH_WATER_DAILY_THRESHOLD: 100,
/**
* Reset all data.
*/
reset() {
this._data = {
v: 1,
crashes: new Map(),
corruptDate: null,
};
this._countsByDay = new Map();
},
/**
* Load data from disk.
*
* @return Promise
*/
load: function () {
return Task.spawn(function* () {
// Loading replaces data.
this.reset();
try {
let decoder = new TextDecoder();
let data = yield OS.File.read(this._storePath, {compression: "lz4"});
data = JSON.parse(decoder.decode(data));
if (data.corruptDate) {
this._data.corruptDate = new Date(data.corruptDate);
}
// actualCounts is used to validate that the derived counts by
// days stored in the payload matches up to actual data.
let actualCounts = new Map();
// In the past, submissions were stored as separate crash records
// with an id of e.g. "someID-submission". If we find IDs ending
// with "-submission", we will need to convert the data to be stored
// as actual submissions.
//
// The old way of storing submissions was used from FF33 - FF34. We
// drop this old data on the floor.
for (let id in data.crashes) {
if (id.endsWith("-submission")) {
continue;
}
let crash = data.crashes[id];
let denormalized = this._denormalize(crash);
denormalized.submissions = new Map();
if (crash.submissions) {
for (let submissionID in crash.submissions) {
let submission = crash.submissions[submissionID];
denormalized.submissions.set(submissionID,
this._denormalize(submission));
}
}
this._data.crashes.set(id, denormalized);
let key = dateToDays(denormalized.crashDate) + "-" + denormalized.type;
actualCounts.set(key, (actualCounts.get(key) || 0) + 1);
// If we have an OOM size, count the crash as an OOM in addition to
// being a main process crash.
if (denormalized.metadata &&
denormalized.metadata.OOMAllocationSize) {
let oomKey = key + "-oom";
actualCounts.set(oomKey, (actualCounts.get(oomKey) || 0) + 1);
}
}
// The validation in this loop is arguably not necessary. We perform
// it as a defense against unknown bugs.
for (let dayKey in data.countsByDay) {
let day = parseInt(dayKey, 10);
for (let type in data.countsByDay[day]) {
this._ensureCountsForDay(day);
let count = data.countsByDay[day][type];
let key = day + "-" + type;
// If the payload says we have data for a given day but we
// don't, the payload is wrong. Ignore it.
if (!actualCounts.has(key)) {
continue;
}
// If we encountered more data in the payload than what the
// data structure says, use the proper value.
count = Math.max(count, actualCounts.get(key));
this._countsByDay.get(day).set(type, count);
}
}
} catch (ex) {
// Missing files (first use) are allowed.
if (!(ex instanceof OS.File.Error) || !ex.becauseNoSuchFile) {
// If we can't load for any reason, mark a corrupt date in the instance
// and swallow the error.
//
// The marking of a corrupted file is intentionally not persisted to
// disk yet. Instead, we wait until the next save(). This is to give
// non-permanent failures the opportunity to recover on their own.
this._data.corruptDate = new Date();
}
}
}.bind(this));
},
/**
* Save data to disk.
*
* @return Promise<null>
*/
save: function () {
return Task.spawn(function* () {
if (!this._data) {
return;
}
let normalized = {
// The version should be incremented whenever the format
// changes.
v: 1,
// Maps crash IDs to objects defining the crash.
crashes: {},
// Maps days since UNIX epoch to objects mapping event types to
// counts. This is a mirror of this._countsByDay. e.g.
// {
// 15000: {
// "main-crash": 2,
// "plugin-crash": 1
// }
// }
countsByDay: {},
// When the store was last corrupted.
corruptDate: null,
};
if (this._data.corruptDate) {
normalized.corruptDate = this._data.corruptDate.getTime();
}
for (let [id, crash] of this._data.crashes) {
let c = this._normalize(crash);
c.submissions = {};
for (let [submissionID, submission] of crash.submissions) {
c.submissions[submissionID] = this._normalize(submission);
}
normalized.crashes[id] = c;
}
for (let [day, m] of this._countsByDay) {
normalized.countsByDay[day] = {};
for (let [type, count] of m) {
normalized.countsByDay[day][type] = count;
}
}
let encoder = new TextEncoder();
let data = encoder.encode(JSON.stringify(normalized));
let size = yield OS.File.writeAtomic(this._storePath, data, {
tmpPath: this._storePath + ".tmp",
compression: "lz4"});
}.bind(this));
},
/**
* Normalize an object into one fit for serialization.
*
* This function along with _denormalize() serve to hack around the
* default handling of Date JSON serialization because Date serialization
* is undefined by JSON.
*
* Fields ending with "Date" are assumed to contain Date instances.
* We convert these to milliseconds since epoch on output and back to
* Date on input.
*/
_normalize: function (o) {
let normalized = {};
for (let k in o) {
let v = o[k];
if (v && k.endsWith("Date")) {
normalized[k] = v.getTime();
} else {
normalized[k] = v;
}
}
return normalized;
},
/**
* Convert a serialized object back to its native form.
*/
_denormalize: function (o) {
let n = {};
for (let k in o) {
let v = o[k];
if (v && k.endsWith("Date")) {
n[k] = new Date(parseInt(v, 10));
} else {
n[k] = v;
}
}
return n;
},
/**
* Prune old crash data.
*
* Crashes without recent activity are pruned from the store so the
* size of the store is not unbounded. If there is activity on a crash,
* that activity will keep the crash and all its data around for longer.
*
* @param date
* (Date) The cutoff at which data will be pruned. If an entry
* doesn't have data newer than this, it will be pruned.
*/
pruneOldCrashes: function (date) {
for (let crash of this.crashes) {
let newest = crash.newestDate;
if (!newest || newest.getTime() < date.getTime()) {
this._data.crashes.delete(crash.id);
}
}
},
/**
* Date the store was last corrupted and required a reset.
*
* May be null (no corruption has ever occurred) or a Date instance.
*/
get corruptDate() {
return this._data.corruptDate;
},
/**
* The number of distinct crashes tracked.
*/
get crashesCount() {
return this._data.crashes.size;
},
/**
* All crashes tracked.
*
* This is an array of CrashRecord.
*/
get crashes() {
let crashes = [];
for (let [, crash] of this._data.crashes) {
crashes.push(new CrashRecord(crash));
}
return crashes;
},
/**
* Obtain a particular crash from its ID.
*
* A CrashRecord will be returned if the crash exists. null will be returned
* if the crash is unknown.
*/
getCrash: function (id) {
for (let crash of this.crashes) {
if (crash.id == id) {
return crash;
}
}
return null;
},
_ensureCountsForDay: function (day) {
if (!this._countsByDay.has(day)) {
this._countsByDay.set(day, new Map());
}
},
/**
* Ensure the crash record is present in storage.
*
* Returns the crash record if we're allowed to store it or null
* if we've hit the high water mark.
*
* @param processType
* (string) One of the PROCESS_TYPE constants.
* @param crashType
* (string) One of the CRASH_TYPE constants.
* @param id
* (string) The crash ID.
* @param date
* (Date) When this crash occurred.
* @param metadata
* (dictionary) Crash metadata, may be empty.
*
* @return null | object crash record
*/
_ensureCrashRecord: function (processType, crashType, id, date, metadata) {
if (!id) {
// Crashes are keyed on ID, so it's not really helpful to store crashes
// without IDs.
return null;
}
let type = processType + "-" + crashType;
if (!this._data.crashes.has(id)) {
let day = dateToDays(date);
this._ensureCountsForDay(day);
let count = (this._countsByDay.get(day).get(type) || 0) + 1;
this._countsByDay.get(day).set(type, count);
if (count > this.HIGH_WATER_DAILY_THRESHOLD &&
processType != CrashManager.prototype.PROCESS_TYPE_MAIN) {
return null;
}
// If we have an OOM size, count the crash as an OOM in addition to
// being a main process crash.
if (metadata && metadata.OOMAllocationSize) {
let oomType = type + "-oom";
let oomCount = (this._countsByDay.get(day).get(oomType) || 0) + 1;
this._countsByDay.get(day).set(oomType, oomCount);
}
this._data.crashes.set(id, {
id: id,
remoteID: null,
type: type,
crashDate: date,
submissions: new Map(),
classifications: [],
metadata: metadata,
});
}
let crash = this._data.crashes.get(id);
crash.type = type;
crash.crashDate = date;
return crash;
},
/**
* Record the occurrence of a crash.
*
* @param processType (string) One of the PROCESS_TYPE constants.
* @param crashType (string) One of the CRASH_TYPE constants.
* @param id (string) Crash ID. Likely a UUID.
* @param date (Date) When the crash occurred.
* @param metadata (dictionary) Crash metadata, may be empty.
*
* @return boolean True if the crash was recorded and false if not.
*/
addCrash: function (processType, crashType, id, date, metadata) {
return !!this._ensureCrashRecord(processType, crashType, id, date, metadata);
},
/**
* @return boolean True if the remote ID was recorded and false if not.
*/
setRemoteCrashID: function (crashID, remoteID) {
let crash = this._data.crashes.get(crashID);
if (!crash || !remoteID) {
return false;
}
crash.remoteID = remoteID;
return true;
},
getCrashesOfType: function (processType, crashType) {
let crashes = [];
for (let crash of this.crashes) {
if (crash.isOfType(processType, crashType)) {
crashes.push(crash);
}
}
return crashes;
},
/**
* Ensure the submission record is present in storage.
* @returns [submission, crash]
*/
_ensureSubmissionRecord: function (crashID, submissionID) {
let crash = this._data.crashes.get(crashID);
if (!crash || !submissionID) {
return null;
}
if (!crash.submissions.has(submissionID)) {
crash.submissions.set(submissionID, {
requestDate: null,
responseDate: null,
result: null,
});
}
return [crash.submissions.get(submissionID), crash];
},
/**
* @return boolean True if the attempt was recorded.
*/
addSubmissionAttempt: function (crashID, submissionID, date) {
let [submission, crash] =
this._ensureSubmissionRecord(crashID, submissionID);
if (!submission) {
return false;
}
submission.requestDate = date;
return true;
},
/**
* @return boolean True if the response was recorded.
*/
addSubmissionResult: function (crashID, submissionID, date, result) {
let crash = this._data.crashes.get(crashID);
if (!crash || !submissionID) {
return false;
}
let submission = crash.submissions.get(submissionID);
if (!submission) {
return false;
}
submission.responseDate = date;
submission.result = result;
return true;
},
/**
* @return boolean True if the classifications were set.
*/
setCrashClassifications: function (crashID, classifications) {
let crash = this._data.crashes.get(crashID);
if (!crash) {
return false;
}
crash.classifications = classifications;
return true;
},
});
/**
* Represents an individual crash with metadata.
*
* This is a wrapper around the low-level anonymous JS objects that define
* crashes. It exposes a consistent and helpful API.
*
* Instances of this type should only be constructured inside this module,
* not externally. The constructor is not considered a public API.
*
* @param o (object)
* The crash's entry from the CrashStore.
*/
function CrashRecord(o) {
this._o = o;
}
CrashRecord.prototype = Object.freeze({
get id() {
return this._o.id;
},
get remoteID() {
return this._o.remoteID;
},
get crashDate() {
return this._o.crashDate;
},
/**
* Obtain the newest date in this record.
*
* This is a convenience getter. The returned value is used to determine when
* to expire a record.
*/
get newestDate() {
// We currently only have 1 date, so this is easy.
return this._o.crashDate;
},
get oldestDate() {
return this._o.crashDate;
},
get type() {
return this._o.type;
},
isOfType: function (processType, crashType) {
return processType + "-" + crashType == this.type;
},
get submissions() {
return this._o.submissions;
},
get classifications() {
return this._o.classifications;
},
get metadata() {
return this._o.metadata;
},
});
/**
* Obtain the global CrashManager instance used by the running application.
*
* CrashManager is likely only ever instantiated once per application lifetime.
* The main reason it's implemented as a reusable type is to facilitate testing.
*/
XPCOMUtils.defineLazyGetter(this.CrashManager, "Singleton", function () {
if (gCrashManager) {
return gCrashManager;
}
let crPath = OS.Path.join(OS.Constants.Path.userApplicationDataDir,
"Crash Reports");
let storePath = OS.Path.join(OS.Constants.Path.profileDir, "crashes");
gCrashManager = new CrashManager({
pendingDumpsDir: OS.Path.join(crPath, "pending"),
submittedDumpsDir: OS.Path.join(crPath, "submitted"),
eventsDirs: [OS.Path.join(crPath, "events"), OS.Path.join(storePath, "events")],
storeDir: storePath,
});
// Automatically aggregate event files shortly after startup. This
// ensures it happens with some frequency.
//
// There are performance considerations here. While this is doing
// work and could negatively impact performance, the amount of work
// is kept small per run by periodically aggregating event files.
// Furthermore, well-behaving installs should not have much work
// here to do. If there is a lot of work, that install has bigger
// issues beyond reduced performance near startup.
gCrashManager.scheduleMaintenance(AGGREGATE_STARTUP_DELAY_MS);
return gCrashManager;
});