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# 2010 May 24
#
# The author disclaims copyright to this source code.  In place of
# a legal notice, here is a blessing:
#
#    May you do good and not evil.
#    May you find forgiveness for yourself and forgive others.
#    May you share freely, never taking more than you give.
#
#***********************************************************************
#

set testdir [file dirname $argv0]
source $testdir/tester.tcl
source $testdir/lock_common.tcl
source $testdir/wal_common.tcl

ifcapable !wal {finish_test ; return }

# Read and return the contents of file $filename. Treat the content as
# binary data.
#
proc readfile {filename} {
  set fd [open $filename]
  fconfigure $fd -encoding binary
  fconfigure $fd -translation binary
  set data [read $fd]
  close $fd
  return $data
}

#
# File $filename must be a WAL file on disk. Check that the checksum of frame
# $iFrame in the file is correct when interpreting data as $endian-endian
# integers ($endian must be either "big" or "little"). If the checksum looks
# correct, return 1. Otherwise 0.
#
proc log_checksum_verify {filename iFrame endian} {
  set data [readfile $filename]

  foreach {offset c1 c2} [log_checksum_calc $data $iFrame $endian] {}

  binary scan [string range $data $offset [expr $offset+7]] II expect1 expect2
  set expect1 [expr $expect1&0xFFFFFFFF]
  set expect2 [expr $expect2&0xFFFFFFFF]

  expr {$c1==$expect1 && $c2==$expect2}
}

# File $filename must be a WAL file on disk. Compute the checksum for frame
# $iFrame in the file by interpreting data as $endian-endian integers 
# ($endian must be either "big" or "little"). Then write the computed 
# checksum into the file.
#
proc log_checksum_write {filename iFrame endian} {
  set data [readfile $filename]

  foreach {offset c1 c2} [log_checksum_calc $data $iFrame $endian] {}

  set bin [binary format II $c1 $c2]
  set fd [open $filename r+]
  fconfigure $fd -encoding binary
  fconfigure $fd -translation binary
  seek $fd $offset
  puts -nonewline $fd $bin
  close $fd
}

# Calculate and return the checksum for a particular frame in a WAL.
#
# Arguments are:
#
#   $data         Blob containing the entire contents of a WAL.
#
#   $iFrame       Frame number within the $data WAL. Frames are numbered 
#                 starting at 1.
#
#   $endian       One of "big" or "little".
#
# Returns a list of three elements, as follows:
#
#   * The byte offset of the checksum belonging to frame $iFrame in the WAL.
#   * The first integer in the calculated version of the checksum.
#   * The second integer in the calculated version of the checksum.
#
proc log_checksum_calc {data iFrame endian} {
  
  binary scan [string range $data 8 11] I pgsz
  if {$iFrame > 1} {
    set n [wal_file_size [expr $iFrame-2] $pgsz]
    binary scan [string range $data [expr $n+16] [expr $n+23]] II c1 c2
  } else {
    set c1 0
    set c2 0
    wal_cksum $endian c1 c2 [string range $data 0 23]
  }

  set n [wal_file_size [expr $iFrame-1] $pgsz]
  wal_cksum $endian c1 c2 [string range $data $n [expr $n+7]]
  wal_cksum $endian c1 c2 [string range $data [expr $n+24] [expr $n+24+$pgsz-1]]

  list [expr $n+16] $c1 $c2
}

#
# File $filename must be a WAL file on disk. Set the 'magic' field of the
# WAL header to indicate that checksums are $endian-endian ($endian must be
# either "big" or "little").
#
# Also update the wal header checksum (since the wal header contents may
# have changed).
#
proc log_checksum_writemagic {filename endian} {
  set val [expr {0x377f0682 | ($endian == "big" ? 1 : 0)}]
  set bin [binary format I $val]
  set fd [open $filename r+]
  fconfigure $fd -encoding binary
  fconfigure $fd -translation binary
  puts -nonewline $fd $bin

  seek $fd 0
  set blob [read $fd 24]
  set c1 0
  set c2 0
  wal_cksum $endian c1 c2 $blob 
  seek $fd 24
  puts -nonewline $fd [binary format II $c1 $c2]

  close $fd
}

#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Test cases walcksum-1.* attempt to verify the following:
#
#   * That both native and non-native order checksum log files can 
#      be recovered.
#
#   * That when appending to native or non-native checksum log files 
#     SQLite continues to use the right kind of checksums.
#
#   * Test point 2 when the appending process is not one that recovered
#     the log file.
#
#   * Test that both native and non-native checksum log files can be
#     checkpointed. And that after doing so the next write to the log
#     file occurs using native byte-order checksums. 
#
set native "big"
if {$::tcl_platform(byteOrder) == "littleEndian"} { set native "little" }
foreach endian {big little} {

  # Create a database. Leave some data in the log file.
  #
  do_test walcksum-1.$endian.1 {
    catch { db close }
    forcedelete test.db test.db-wal test.db-journal
    sqlite3 db test.db
    execsql {
      PRAGMA page_size = 1024;
      PRAGMA auto_vacuum = 0;
      PRAGMA synchronous = NORMAL;

      CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY, b);
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(1,  'one');
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(2,  'two');
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(3,  'three');
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(5,  'five');

      PRAGMA journal_mode = WAL;
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(8,  'eight');
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(13, 'thirteen');
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(21, 'twentyone');
    }

    forcecopy test.db test2.db
    forcecopy test.db-wal test2.db-wal
    db close

    list [file size test2.db] [file size test2.db-wal]
  } [list [expr 1024*3] [wal_file_size 6 1024]]

  # Verify that the checksums are valid for all frames and that they
  # are calculated by interpreting data in native byte-order.
  #
  for {set f 1} {$f <= 6} {incr f} {
    do_test walcksum-1.$endian.2.$f {
      log_checksum_verify test2.db-wal $f $native
    } 1
  }

  # Replace all checksums in the current WAL file with $endian versions.
  # Then check that it is still possible to recover and read the database.
  #
  log_checksum_writemagic test2.db-wal $endian
  for {set f 1} {$f <= 6} {incr f} {
    do_test walcksum-1.$endian.3.$f {
      log_checksum_write test2.db-wal $f $endian
      log_checksum_verify test2.db-wal $f $endian
    } {1}
  }
  do_test walcksum-1.$endian.4.1 {
    forcecopy test2.db test.db
    forcecopy test2.db-wal test.db-wal
    sqlite3 db test.db
    execsql { SELECT a FROM t1 }
  } {1 2 3 5 8 13 21}

  # Following recovery, any frames written to the log should use the same 
  # endianness as the existing frames. Check that this is the case.
  #
  do_test walcksum-1.$endian.5.0 {
    execsql { 
      PRAGMA synchronous = NORMAL;
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(34, 'thirtyfour');
    }
    list [file size test.db] [file size test.db-wal]
  } [list [expr 1024*3] [wal_file_size 8 1024]]
  for {set f 1} {$f <= 8} {incr f} {
    do_test walcksum-1.$endian.5.$f {
      log_checksum_verify test.db-wal $f $endian
    } {1}
  }

  # Now connect a second connection to the database. Check that this one
  # (not the one that did recovery) also appends frames to the log using
  # the same endianness for checksums as the existing frames.
  #
  do_test walcksum-1.$endian.6 {
    sqlite3 db2 test.db
    execsql { 
      PRAGMA integrity_check;
      SELECT a FROM t1;
    } db2
  } {ok 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34}
  do_test walcksum-1.$endian.7.0 {
    execsql { 
      PRAGMA synchronous = NORMAL;
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(55, 'fiftyfive');
    } db2
    list [file size test.db] [file size test.db-wal]
  } [list [expr 1024*3] [wal_file_size 10 1024]]
  for {set f 1} {$f <= 10} {incr f} {
    do_test walcksum-1.$endian.7.$f {
      log_checksum_verify test.db-wal $f $endian
    } {1}
  }

  # Now that both the recoverer and non-recoverer have added frames to the
  # log file, check that it can still be recovered.
  #
  forcecopy test.db test2.db
  forcecopy test.db-wal test2.db-wal
  do_test walcksum-1.$endian.7.11 {
    sqlite3 db3 test2.db
    execsql { 
      PRAGMA integrity_check;
      SELECT a FROM t1;
    } db3
  } {ok 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34 55}
  db3 close

  # Run a checkpoint on the database file. Then, check that any frames written
  # to the start of the log use native byte-order checksums.
  #
  do_test walcksum-1.$endian.8.1 {
    execsql {
      PRAGMA wal_checkpoint;
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(89, 'eightynine');
    }
    log_checksum_verify test.db-wal 1 $native
  } {1}
  do_test walcksum-1.$endian.8.2 {
    log_checksum_verify test.db-wal 2 $native
  } {1}
  do_test walcksum-1.$endian.8.3 {
    log_checksum_verify test.db-wal 3 $native
  } {0}

  do_test walcksum-1.$endian.9 {
    execsql { 
      PRAGMA integrity_check;
      SELECT a FROM t1;
    } db2
  } {ok 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34 55 89}

  catch { db close }
  catch { db2 close }
}

#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Test case walcksum-2.* tests that if a statement transaction is rolled
# back after frames are written to the WAL, and then (after writing some
# more) the outer transaction is committed, the WAL file is still correctly
# formatted (and can be recovered by a second process if required).
#
do_test walcksum-2.1 {
  forcedelete test.db test.db-wal test.db-journal
  sqlite3 db test.db
  execsql {
    PRAGMA synchronous = NORMAL;
    PRAGMA page_size = 1024;
    PRAGMA journal_mode = WAL;
    PRAGMA cache_size = 10;
    CREATE TABLE t1(x PRIMARY KEY);
    PRAGMA wal_checkpoint;
    INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(randomblob(800));
    BEGIN;
      INSERT INTO t1 SELECT randomblob(800) FROM t1;   /*   2 */
      INSERT INTO t1 SELECT randomblob(800) FROM t1;   /*   4 */
      INSERT INTO t1 SELECT randomblob(800) FROM t1;   /*   8 */
      INSERT INTO t1 SELECT randomblob(800) FROM t1;   /*  16 */
      SAVEPOINT one;
        INSERT INTO t1 SELECT randomblob(800) FROM t1;   /*  32 */
        INSERT INTO t1 SELECT randomblob(800) FROM t1;   /*  64 */
        INSERT INTO t1 SELECT randomblob(800) FROM t1;   /* 128 */
        INSERT INTO t1 SELECT randomblob(800) FROM t1;   /* 256 */
      ROLLBACK TO one;
      INSERT INTO t1 SELECT randomblob(800) FROM t1;   /*  32 */
      INSERT INTO t1 SELECT randomblob(800) FROM t1;   /*  64 */
      INSERT INTO t1 SELECT randomblob(800) FROM t1;   /* 128 */
      INSERT INTO t1 SELECT randomblob(800) FROM t1;   /* 256 */
    COMMIT;
  }

  forcecopy test.db test2.db
  forcecopy test.db-wal test2.db-wal

  sqlite3 db2 test2.db
  execsql {
    PRAGMA integrity_check;
    SELECT count(*) FROM t1;
  } db2
} {ok 256}
catch { db close }
catch { db2 close }

  
finish_test