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* Copyright (c) 2012 The WebRTC project authors. All Rights Reserved.
* Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license
* that can be found in the LICENSE file in the root of the source
* tree. An additional intellectual property rights grant can be found
* in the file PATENTS. All contributing project authors may
* be found in the AUTHORS file in the root of the source tree.
#include <list>
#include <memory>
#include "modules/include/module.h"
#include "modules/include/module_common_types.h"
#include "modules/rtp_rtcp/include/rtp_rtcp_defines.h"
#include "rtc_base/constructor_magic.h"
#include "rtc_base/critical_section.h"
#include "rtc_base/thread_checker.h"
#include "system_wrappers/include/clock.h"
namespace webrtc {
// CallStats keeps track of statistics for a call.
// TODO(webrtc:11489): Make call_stats_ not depend on ProcessThread and
// make callbacks on the worker thread (TQ).
class CallStats : public Module, public RtcpRttStats {
// Time interval for updating the observers.
static constexpr int64_t kUpdateIntervalMs = 1000;
CallStats(Clock* clock, ProcessThread* process_thread);
~CallStats() override;
// Registers/deregisters a new observer to receive statistics updates.
// Must be called from the construction thread.
void RegisterStatsObserver(CallStatsObserver* observer);
void DeregisterStatsObserver(CallStatsObserver* observer);
// Expose |LastProcessedRtt()| from RtcpRttStats to the public interface, as
// it is the part of the API that is needed by direct users of CallStats.
// TODO(tommi): Threading or lifetime guarantees are not explicit in how
// CallStats is used as RtcpRttStats or how pointers are cached in a
// few different places (distributed via Call). It would be good to clarify
// from what thread/TQ calls to OnRttUpdate and LastProcessedRtt need to be
// allowed.
int64_t LastProcessedRtt() const override;
// Exposed for tests to test histogram support.
void UpdateHistogramsForTest() { UpdateHistograms(); }
// Helper struct keeping track of the time a rtt value is reported.
struct RttTime {
RttTime(int64_t new_rtt, int64_t rtt_time) : rtt(new_rtt), time(rtt_time) {}
const int64_t rtt;
const int64_t time;
// RtcpRttStats implementation.
void OnRttUpdate(int64_t rtt) override;
// Implements Module, to use the process thread.
int64_t TimeUntilNextProcess() override;
void Process() override;
// TODO(tommi): Use this to know when we're attached to the process thread?
// Alternatively, inject that pointer via the ctor since the call_stats
// test code, isn't using a processthread atm.
void ProcessThreadAttached(ProcessThread* process_thread) override;
// This method must only be called when the process thread is not
// running, and from the construction thread.
void UpdateHistograms();
Clock* const clock_;
// The last time 'Process' resulted in statistic update.
int64_t last_process_time_ RTC_GUARDED_BY(process_thread_checker_);
// The last RTT in the statistics update (zero if there is no valid estimate).
int64_t max_rtt_ms_ RTC_GUARDED_BY(process_thread_checker_);
// Accessed from random threads (seemingly). Consider atomic.
// |avg_rtt_ms_| is allowed to be read on the process thread without a lock.
// |avg_rtt_ms_lock_| must be held elsewhere for reading.
// |avg_rtt_ms_lock_| must be held on the process thread for writing.
int64_t avg_rtt_ms_;
// Protects |avg_rtt_ms_|.
rtc::CriticalSection avg_rtt_ms_lock_;
// |sum_avg_rtt_ms_|, |num_avg_rtt_| and |time_of_first_rtt_ms_| are only used
// on the ProcessThread when running. When the Process Thread is not running,
// (and only then) they can be used in UpdateHistograms(), usually called from
// the dtor.
int64_t sum_avg_rtt_ms_ RTC_GUARDED_BY(process_thread_checker_);
int64_t num_avg_rtt_ RTC_GUARDED_BY(process_thread_checker_);
int64_t time_of_first_rtt_ms_ RTC_GUARDED_BY(process_thread_checker_);
// All Rtt reports within valid time interval, oldest first.
std::list<RttTime> reports_ RTC_GUARDED_BY(process_thread_checker_);
// Observers getting stats reports.
// When attached to ProcessThread, this is read-only. In order to allow
// modification, we detach from the process thread while the observer
// list is updated, to avoid races. This allows us to not require a lock
// for the observers_ list, which makes the most common case lock free.
std::list<CallStatsObserver*> observers_;
rtc::ThreadChecker construction_thread_checker_;
rtc::ThreadChecker process_thread_checker_;
ProcessThread* const process_thread_;
bool process_thread_running_ RTC_GUARDED_BY(construction_thread_checker_);
} // namespace webrtc