Reference client for Bitmessage: a P2P encrypted decentralised communication protocol:
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import threading
import shared
import sqlite3
import time
import shutil # used for moving the messages.dat file
import sys
# This thread exists because SQLITE3 is so un-threadsafe that we must
# submit queries to it and it puts results back in a different queue. They
# won't let us just use locks.
class sqlThread(threading.Thread):
def __init__(self):
threading.Thread.__init__(self)
def run(self):
self.conn = sqlite3.connect(shared.appdata + 'messages.dat')
self.conn.text_factory = str
self.cur = self.conn.cursor()
try:
self.cur.execute(
'''CREATE TABLE inbox (msgid blob, toaddress text, fromaddress text, subject text, received text, message text, folder text, encodingtype int, read bool, UNIQUE(msgid) ON CONFLICT REPLACE)''' )
self.cur.execute(
'''CREATE TABLE sent (msgid blob, toaddress text, toripe blob, fromaddress text, subject text, message text, ackdata blob, lastactiontime integer, status text, pubkeyretrynumber integer, msgretrynumber integer, folder text, encodingtype int)''' )
self.cur.execute(
'''CREATE TABLE subscriptions (label text, address text, enabled bool)''' )
self.cur.execute(
'''CREATE TABLE addressbook (label text, address text)''' )
self.cur.execute(
'''CREATE TABLE blacklist (label text, address text, enabled bool)''' )
self.cur.execute(
'''CREATE TABLE whitelist (label text, address text, enabled bool)''' )
# Explanation of what is in the pubkeys table:
# The hash is the RIPEMD160 hash that is encoded in the Bitmessage address.
# transmitdata is literally the data that was included in the Bitmessage pubkey message when it arrived, except for the 24 byte protocol header- ie, it starts with the POW nonce.
# time is the time that the pubkey was broadcast on the network same as with every other type of Bitmessage object.
# usedpersonally is set to "yes" if we have used the key
# personally. This keeps us from deleting it because we may want to
# reply to a message in the future. This field is not a bool
# because we may need more flexability in the future and it doesn't
# take up much more space anyway.
self.cur.execute(
'''CREATE TABLE pubkeys (hash blob, transmitdata blob, time int, usedpersonally text, UNIQUE(hash) ON CONFLICT REPLACE)''' )
self.cur.execute(
'''CREATE TABLE inventory (hash blob, objecttype text, streamnumber int, payload blob, receivedtime integer, UNIQUE(hash) ON CONFLICT REPLACE)''' )
self.cur.execute(
'''CREATE TABLE knownnodes (timelastseen int, stream int, services blob, host blob, port blob, UNIQUE(host, stream, port) ON CONFLICT REPLACE)''' )
# This table isn't used in the program yet but I
# have a feeling that we'll need it.
self.cur.execute(
'''INSERT INTO subscriptions VALUES('Bitmessage new releases/announcements','BM-GtovgYdgs7qXPkoYaRgrLFuFKz1SFpsw',1)''')
self.cur.execute(
'''CREATE TABLE settings (key blob, value blob, UNIQUE(key) ON CONFLICT REPLACE)''' )
self.cur.execute( '''INSERT INTO settings VALUES('version','1')''')
self.cur.execute( '''INSERT INTO settings VALUES('lastvacuumtime',?)''', (
int(time.time()),))
self.conn.commit()
print 'Created messages database file'
except Exception as err:
if str(err) == 'table inbox already exists':
shared.printLock.acquire()
print 'Database file already exists.'
shared.printLock.release()
else:
sys.stderr.write(
'ERROR trying to create database file (message.dat). Error message: %s\n' % str(err))
os._exit(0)
# People running earlier versions of PyBitmessage do not have the
# usedpersonally field in their pubkeys table. Let's add it.
if shared.config.getint('bitmessagesettings', 'settingsversion') == 2:
item = '''ALTER TABLE pubkeys ADD usedpersonally text DEFAULT 'no' '''
parameters = ''
self.cur.execute(item, parameters)
self.conn.commit()
shared.config.set('bitmessagesettings', 'settingsversion', '3')
with open(shared.appdata + 'keys.dat', 'wb') as configfile:
shared.config.write(configfile)
# People running earlier versions of PyBitmessage do not have the
# encodingtype field in their inbox and sent tables or the read field
# in the inbox table. Let's add them.
if shared.config.getint('bitmessagesettings', 'settingsversion') == 3:
item = '''ALTER TABLE inbox ADD encodingtype int DEFAULT '2' '''
parameters = ''
self.cur.execute(item, parameters)
item = '''ALTER TABLE inbox ADD read bool DEFAULT '1' '''
parameters = ''
self.cur.execute(item, parameters)
item = '''ALTER TABLE sent ADD encodingtype int DEFAULT '2' '''
parameters = ''
self.cur.execute(item, parameters)
self.conn.commit()
shared.config.set('bitmessagesettings', 'settingsversion', '4')
with open(shared.appdata + 'keys.dat', 'wb') as configfile:
shared.config.write(configfile)
if shared.config.getint('bitmessagesettings', 'settingsversion') == 4:
shared.config.set('bitmessagesettings', 'defaultnoncetrialsperbyte', str(
shared.networkDefaultProofOfWorkNonceTrialsPerByte))
shared.config.set('bitmessagesettings', 'defaultpayloadlengthextrabytes', str(
shared.networkDefaultPayloadLengthExtraBytes))
shared.config.set('bitmessagesettings', 'settingsversion', '5')
if shared.config.getint('bitmessagesettings', 'settingsversion') == 5:
shared.config.set(
'bitmessagesettings', 'maxacceptablenoncetrialsperbyte', '0')
shared.config.set(
'bitmessagesettings', 'maxacceptablepayloadlengthextrabytes', '0')
shared.config.set('bitmessagesettings', 'settingsversion', '6')
with open(shared.appdata + 'keys.dat', 'wb') as configfile:
shared.config.write(configfile)
# From now on, let us keep a 'version' embedded in the messages.dat
# file so that when we make changes to the database, the database
# version we are on can stay embedded in the messages.dat file. Let us
# check to see if the settings table exists yet.
item = '''SELECT name FROM sqlite_master WHERE type='table' AND name='settings';'''
parameters = ''
self.cur.execute(item, parameters)
if self.cur.fetchall() == []:
# The settings table doesn't exist. We need to make it.
print 'In messages.dat database, creating new \'settings\' table.'
self.cur.execute(
'''CREATE TABLE settings (key text, value blob, UNIQUE(key) ON CONFLICT REPLACE)''' )
self.cur.execute( '''INSERT INTO settings VALUES('version','1')''')
self.cur.execute( '''INSERT INTO settings VALUES('lastvacuumtime',?)''', (
int(time.time()),))
print 'In messages.dat database, removing an obsolete field from the pubkeys table.'
self.cur.execute(
'''CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE pubkeys_backup(hash blob, transmitdata blob, time int, usedpersonally text, UNIQUE(hash) ON CONFLICT REPLACE);''')
self.cur.execute(
'''INSERT INTO pubkeys_backup SELECT hash, transmitdata, time, usedpersonally FROM pubkeys;''')
self.cur.execute( '''DROP TABLE pubkeys''')
self.cur.execute(
'''CREATE TABLE pubkeys (hash blob, transmitdata blob, time int, usedpersonally text, UNIQUE(hash) ON CONFLICT REPLACE)''' )
self.cur.execute(
'''INSERT INTO pubkeys SELECT hash, transmitdata, time, usedpersonally FROM pubkeys_backup;''')
self.cur.execute( '''DROP TABLE pubkeys_backup;''')
print 'Deleting all pubkeys from inventory. They will be redownloaded and then saved with the correct times.'
self.cur.execute(
'''delete from inventory where objecttype = 'pubkey';''')
print 'replacing Bitmessage announcements mailing list with a new one.'
self.cur.execute(
'''delete from subscriptions where address='BM-BbkPSZbzPwpVcYZpU4yHwf9ZPEapN5Zx' ''')
self.cur.execute(
'''INSERT INTO subscriptions VALUES('Bitmessage new releases/announcements','BM-GtovgYdgs7qXPkoYaRgrLFuFKz1SFpsw',1)''')
print 'Commiting.'
self.conn.commit()
print 'Vacuuming message.dat. You might notice that the file size gets much smaller.'
self.cur.execute( ''' VACUUM ''')
# After code refactoring, the possible status values for sent messages
# as changed.
self.cur.execute(
'''update sent set status='doingmsgpow' where status='doingpow' ''')
self.cur.execute(
'''update sent set status='msgsent' where status='sentmessage' ''')
self.cur.execute(
'''update sent set status='doingpubkeypow' where status='findingpubkey' ''')
self.cur.execute(
'''update sent set status='broadcastqueued' where status='broadcastpending' ''')
self.conn.commit()
try:
testpayload = '\x00\x00'
t = ('1234', testpayload, '12345678', 'no')
self.cur.execute( '''INSERT INTO pubkeys VALUES(?,?,?,?)''', t)
self.conn.commit()
self.cur.execute(
'''SELECT transmitdata FROM pubkeys WHERE hash='1234' ''')
queryreturn = self.cur.fetchall()
for row in queryreturn:
transmitdata, = row
self.cur.execute('''DELETE FROM pubkeys WHERE hash='1234' ''')
self.conn.commit()
if transmitdata == '':
sys.stderr.write('Problem: The version of SQLite you have cannot store Null values. Please download and install the latest revision of your version of Python (for example, the latest Python 2.7 revision) and try again.\n')
sys.stderr.write('PyBitmessage will now exit very abruptly. You may now see threading errors related to this abrupt exit but the problem you need to solve is related to SQLite.\n\n')
os._exit(0)
except Exception as err:
print err
# Let us check to see the last time we vaccumed the messages.dat file.
# If it has been more than a month let's do it now.
item = '''SELECT value FROM settings WHERE key='lastvacuumtime';'''
parameters = ''
self.cur.execute(item, parameters)
queryreturn = self.cur.fetchall()
for row in queryreturn:
value, = row
if int(value) < int(time.time()) - 2592000:
print 'It has been a long time since the messages.dat file has been vacuumed. Vacuuming now...'
self.cur.execute( ''' VACUUM ''')
item = '''update settings set value=? WHERE key='lastvacuumtime';'''
parameters = (int(time.time()),)
self.cur.execute(item, parameters)
while True:
item = shared.sqlSubmitQueue.get()
if item == 'commit':
self.conn.commit()
elif item == 'exit':
self.conn.close()
shared.printLock.acquire()
print 'sqlThread exiting gracefully.'
shared.printLock.release()
return
elif item == 'movemessagstoprog':
shared.printLock.acquire()
print 'the sqlThread is moving the messages.dat file to the local program directory.'
shared.printLock.release()
self.conn.commit()
self.conn.close()
shutil.move(
shared.lookupAppdataFolder() + 'messages.dat', 'messages.dat')
self.conn = sqlite3.connect('messages.dat')
self.conn.text_factory = str
self.cur = self.conn.cursor()
elif item == 'movemessagstoappdata':
shared.printLock.acquire()
print 'the sqlThread is moving the messages.dat file to the Appdata folder.'
shared.printLock.release()
self.conn.commit()
self.conn.close()
shutil.move(
'messages.dat', shared.lookupAppdataFolder() + 'messages.dat')
self.conn = sqlite3.connect(shared.appdata + 'messages.dat')
self.conn.text_factory = str
self.cur = self.conn.cursor()
elif item == 'deleteandvacuume':
self.cur.execute('''delete from inbox where folder='trash' ''')
self.cur.execute('''delete from sent where folder='trash' ''')
self.conn.commit()
self.cur.execute( ''' VACUUM ''')
else:
parameters = shared.sqlSubmitQueue.get()
# print 'item', item
# print 'parameters', parameters
try:
self.cur.execute(item, parameters)
except Exception as err:
shared.printLock.acquire()
sys.stderr.write('\nMajor error occurred when trying to execute a SQL statement within the sqlThread. Please tell Atheros about this error message or post it in the forum! Error occurred while trying to execute statement: "' + str(
item) + '" Here are the parameters; you might want to censor this data with asterisks (***) as it can contain private information: ' + str(repr(parameters)) + '\nHere is the actual error message thrown by the sqlThread: ' + str(err) + '\n')
sys.stderr.write('This program shall now abruptly exit!\n')
shared.printLock.release()
os._exit(0)
shared.sqlReturnQueue.put(self.cur.fetchall())
# shared.sqlSubmitQueue.task_done()