tezos-p2p

Tezos: library for a pool of P2P connections
Library tezos-p2p
type connection

Type of a connection.

type t

Type of an IO scheduler.

val create : ?max_upload_speed:int -> ?max_download_speed:int -> ?read_queue_size:int -> ?write_queue_size:int -> read_buffer_size:int -> unit -> t

create ~max_upload_speed ~max_download_speed ~read_queue_size ~write_queue_size () is an IO scheduler with specified (global) max upload (resp. download) speed, and specified read (resp. write) queue sizes (in bytes) for connections.

ma_state sched returns the state of the moving average worker.

val register : t -> P2p_fd.t -> connection

register sched fd is a connection managed by sched.

write conn msg returns Ok () when msg has been added to conn's write queue, or fail with an error.

val write_now : connection -> Bytes.t -> bool

write_now conn msg is true iff msg has been (immediately) added to conn's write queue, false if it has been dropped.

Returns the readable of an abstract connection

stat conn is a snapshot of current bandwidth usage for conn.

global_stat sched is a snapshot of sched's bandwidth usage (sum of stat conn for each conn in sched).

val iter_connection : t -> ( connection -> unit ) -> unit

iter_connection sched f applies f on each connection managed by sched.

val close : ?timeout:float -> connection -> unit Tezos_base.TzPervasives.tzresult Lwt.t

close conn returns after any pending data has been sent and the canceler of conn has been triggered.

It does not wait for the canceler callbacks, so there is no guarantee that the file descriptor is already closed, but it will eventually be closed.

If timeout is set, the canceler will be triggered after the timeout, even if pending data remains to be sent.

val shutdown : ?timeout:float -> t -> unit Lwt.t

shutdown sched returns after all connections managed by sched have been closed and sched's inner worker has successfully canceled.

val id : connection -> int

id connection returns the identifier of the underlying P2p_fd.t file descriptor. This uniquely identifies a connection.