gevent / c-ares / ares_timeout.c

/* Copyright 1998 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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#include "ares_setup.h"

#include <sys/time.h>

#include <time.h>

#include "ares.h"
#include "ares_private.h"

/* WARNING: Beware that this is linear in the number of outstanding
 * requests! You are probably far better off just calling ares_process()
 * once per second, rather than calling ares_timeout() to figure out
 * when to next call ares_process().
struct timeval *ares_timeout(ares_channel channel, struct timeval *maxtv,
                             struct timeval *tvbuf)
  struct query *query;
  struct list_node* list_head;
  struct list_node* list_node;
  struct timeval now;
  struct timeval nextstop;
  long offset, min_offset;

  /* No queries, no timeout (and no fetch of the current time). */
  if (ares__is_list_empty(&(channel->all_queries)))
    return maxtv;

  /* Find the minimum timeout for the current set of queries. */
  now = ares__tvnow();
  min_offset = -1;

  list_head = &(channel->all_queries);
  for (list_node = list_head->next; list_node != list_head;
       list_node = list_node->next)
      query = list_node->data;
      if (query->timeout.tv_sec == 0)
      offset = ares__timeoffset(&now, &query->timeout);
      if (offset < 0)
        offset = 0;
      if (min_offset == -1 || offset < min_offset)
        min_offset = offset;

  if(min_offset != -1) {
    nextstop.tv_sec = min_offset/1000;
    nextstop.tv_usec = (min_offset%1000)*1000;

  /* If we found a minimum timeout and it's sooner than the one specified in
   * maxtv (if any), return it.  Otherwise go with maxtv.
  if (min_offset != -1 && (!maxtv || ares__timedout(maxtv, &nextstop)))
      *tvbuf = nextstop;
      return tvbuf;
    return maxtv;