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// -*- mode: cpp; mode: fold -*-
// Description								/*{{{*/
/* ######################################################################

   HTTP and HTTPS share a lot of common code and these classes are
   exactly the dumping ground for this common code

   ##################################################################### */
									/*}}}*/
// Include Files							/*{{{*/
#include <config.h>

#include <apt-pkg/configuration.h>
#include <apt-pkg/error.h>
#include <apt-pkg/fileutl.h>
#include <apt-pkg/strutl.h>

#include <iostream>
#include <limits>
#include <map>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include <ctype.h>
#include <signal.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <unistd.h>

#include "basehttp.h"

#include <apti18n.h>
									/*}}}*/
using namespace std;

string BaseHttpMethod::FailFile;
int BaseHttpMethod::FailFd = -1;
time_t BaseHttpMethod::FailTime = 0;

// Number of successful requests in a pipeline needed to continue
// pipelining after a connection reset.
constexpr int PIPELINE_MIN_SUCCESSFUL_ANSWERS_TO_CONTINUE = 3;

// ServerState::RunHeaders - Get the headers before the data		/*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* Returns 0 if things are OK, 1 if an IO error occurred and 2 if a header
   parse error occurred */
ServerState::RunHeadersResult ServerState::RunHeaders(RequestState &Req,
                                                      const std::string &Uri)
{
   Owner->Status(_("Waiting for headers"));
   do
   {
      string Data;
      if (ReadHeaderLines(Data) == false)
	 continue;

      if (Owner->Debug == true)
	 clog << "Answer for: " << Uri << endl << Data;

      for (string::const_iterator I = Data.begin(); I < Data.end(); ++I)
      {
	 string::const_iterator J = I;
	 for (; J != Data.end() && *J != '\n' && *J != '\r'; ++J);
	 if (Req.HeaderLine(string(I,J)) == false)
	    return RUN_HEADERS_PARSE_ERROR;
	 I = J;
      }

      // 100 Continue is a Nop...
      if (Req.Result == 100)
	 continue;
      
      // Tidy up the connection persistence state.
      if (Req.Encoding == RequestState::Closes && Req.HaveContent == true)
	 Persistent = false;
      
      return RUN_HEADERS_OK;
   } while (LoadNextResponse(false, Req) == ResultState::SUCCESSFUL);

   return RUN_HEADERS_IO_ERROR;
}
									/*}}}*/
bool RequestState::HeaderLine(string const &Line)			/*{{{*/
{
   if (Line.empty() == true)
      return true;

   if (Result == 0 && Line.size() > 4 && stringcasecmp(Line.data(), Line.data() + 4, "HTTP") == 0)
   {
      // Evil servers return no version
      if (Line[4] == '/')
      {
	 int const elements = sscanf(Line.c_str(),"HTTP/%3u.%3u %3u%359[^\n]",&Major,&Minor,&Result,Code);
	 if (elements == 3)
	 {
	    Code[0] = '\0';
	    if (Owner != NULL && Owner->Debug == true)
	       clog << "HTTP server doesn't give Reason-Phrase for " << std::to_string(Result) << std::endl;
	 }
	 else if (elements != 4)
	    return _error->Error(_("The HTTP server sent an invalid reply header"));
      }
      else
      {
	 Major = 0;
	 Minor = 9;
	 if (sscanf(Line.c_str(),"HTTP %3u%359[^\n]",&Result,Code) != 2)
	    return _error->Error(_("The HTTP server sent an invalid reply header"));
      }

      /* Check the HTTP response header to get the default persistence
         state. */
      if (Major < 1)
	 Server->Persistent = false;
      else
      {
	 if (Major == 1 && Minor == 0)
	 {
	    Server->Persistent = false;
	 }
	 else
	 {
	    Server->Persistent = true;
	    if (Server->PipelineAllowed)
	       Server->Pipeline = true;
	 }
      }

      return true;
   }

   // Blah, some servers use "connection:closes", evil.
   // and some even send empty header fields…
   string::size_type Pos = Line.find(':');
   if (Pos == string::npos)
      return _error->Error(_("Bad header line"));
   ++Pos;

   // Parse off any trailing spaces between the : and the next word.
   string::size_type Pos2 = Pos;
   while (Pos2 < Line.length() && isspace_ascii(Line[Pos2]) != 0)
      Pos2++;

   string const Tag(Line,0,Pos);
   string const Val(Line,Pos2);

   if (stringcasecmp(Tag,"Content-Length:") == 0)
   {
      auto ContentLength = strtoull(Val.c_str(), NULL, 10);
      if (ContentLength == 0)
	 return true;
      if (Encoding == Closes)
	 Encoding = Stream;
      HaveContent = true;

      unsigned long long * DownloadSizePtr = &DownloadSize;
      if (Result == 416 || (Result >= 300 && Result < 400))
	 DownloadSizePtr = &JunkSize;

      *DownloadSizePtr = ContentLength;
      if (*DownloadSizePtr >= std::numeric_limits<unsigned long long>::max())
	 return _error->Errno("HeaderLine", _("The HTTP server sent an invalid Content-Length header"));
      else if (*DownloadSizePtr == 0)
	 HaveContent = false;

      // On partial content (206) the Content-Length less than the real
      // size, so do not set it here but leave that to the Content-Range
      // header instead
      if(Result != 206 && TotalFileSize == 0)
         TotalFileSize = DownloadSize;

      return true;
   }

   if (stringcasecmp(Tag,"Content-Type:") == 0)
   {
      HaveContent = true;
      return true;
   }

   // The Content-Range field only has a meaning in HTTP/1.1 for the
   // 206 (Partial Content) and 416 (Range Not Satisfiable) responses
   // according to RFC7233 "Range Requests", §4.2, so only consider it
   // for such responses.
   if ((Result == 416 || Result == 206) && stringcasecmp(Tag,"Content-Range:") == 0)
   {
      HaveContent = true;

      // §14.16 says 'byte-range-resp-spec' should be a '*' in case of 416
      if (Result == 416 && sscanf(Val.c_str(), "bytes */%llu",&TotalFileSize) == 1)
	 ; // we got the expected filesize which is all we wanted
      else if (sscanf(Val.c_str(),"bytes %llu-%*u/%llu",&StartPos,&TotalFileSize) != 2)
	 return _error->Error(_("The HTTP server sent an invalid Content-Range header"));
      if (StartPos > TotalFileSize)
	 return _error->Error(_("This HTTP server has broken range support"));

      // figure out what we will download
      DownloadSize = TotalFileSize - StartPos;
      return true;
   }

   if (stringcasecmp(Tag,"Transfer-Encoding:") == 0)
   {
      HaveContent = true;
      if (stringcasecmp(Val,"chunked") == 0)
	 Encoding = Chunked;
      return true;
   }

   if (stringcasecmp(Tag,"Connection:") == 0)
   {
      if (stringcasecmp(Val,"close") == 0)
      {
	 Server->Persistent = false;
	 Server->Pipeline = false;
	 /* Some servers send error pages (as they are dynamically generated)
	    for simplicity via a connection close instead of e.g. chunked,
	    so assuming an always closing server only if we get a file + close */
	 if (Result >= 200 && Result < 300 && Server->PipelineAnswersReceived < PIPELINE_MIN_SUCCESSFUL_ANSWERS_TO_CONTINUE)
	 {
	    Server->PipelineAllowed = false;
	    Server->PipelineAnswersReceived = 0;
	 }
      }
      else if (stringcasecmp(Val,"keep-alive") == 0)
	 Server->Persistent = true;
      return true;
   }

   if (stringcasecmp(Tag,"Last-Modified:") == 0)
   {
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      if (RFC1123StrToTime(Val, Date) == false)
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	 return _error->Error(_("Unknown date format"));
      return true;
   }

   if (stringcasecmp(Tag,"Location:") == 0)
   {
      Location = Val;
      return true;
   }

   if (stringcasecmp(Tag, "Accept-Ranges:") == 0)
   {
      std::string ranges = ',' + Val + ',';
      ranges.erase(std::remove(ranges.begin(), ranges.end(), ' '), ranges.end());
      if (ranges.find(",bytes,") == std::string::npos)
	 Server->RangesAllowed = false;
      return true;
   }

   return true;
}
									/*}}}*/
// ServerState::ServerState - Constructor				/*{{{*/
ServerState::ServerState(URI Srv, BaseHttpMethod *Owner) :
   ServerName(Srv), TimeOut(30), Owner(Owner)
{
   Reset();
}
									/*}}}*/
bool RequestState::AddPartialFileToHashes(FileFd &File)			/*{{{*/
{
   File.Truncate(StartPos);
   return Server->GetHashes()->AddFD(File, StartPos);
}
									/*}}}*/
void ServerState::Reset()						/*{{{*/
{
   Persistent = false;
   Pipeline = false;
   PipelineAllowed = true;
   RangesAllowed = true;
   PipelineAnswersReceived = 0;
}
									/*}}}*/

// BaseHttpMethod::DealWithHeaders - Handle the retrieved header data	/*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* We look at the header data we got back from the server and decide what
   to do. Returns DealWithHeadersResult (see http.h for details).
 */
BaseHttpMethod::DealWithHeadersResult
BaseHttpMethod::DealWithHeaders(FetchResult &Res, RequestState &Req)
{
   // Not Modified
   if (Req.Result == 304)
   {
      RemoveFile("server", Queue->DestFile);
      Res.IMSHit = true;
      Res.LastModified = Queue->LastModified;
      Res.Size = 0;
      return IMS_HIT;
   }

   /* Note that it is only OK for us to treat all redirection the same
      because we *always* use GET, not other HTTP methods.
      Codes not mentioned are handled as errors later as required by the
      HTTP spec to handle unknown codes the same as the x00 code. */
   constexpr unsigned int RedirectCodes[] = {
      301, // Moved Permanently
      302, // Found
      303, // See Other
      307, // Temporary Redirect
      308, // Permanent Redirect
   };
   if (AllowRedirect && std::find(std::begin(RedirectCodes), std::end(RedirectCodes), Req.Result) != std::end(RedirectCodes))
   {
      if (Req.Location.empty() == true)
	 ;
      else if (Req.Location[0] == '/' && Queue->Uri.empty() == false)
      {
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	 URI Uri(Queue->Uri);
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	 if (Uri.Host.empty() == false)
            NextURI = URI::SiteOnly(Uri);
	 else
	    NextURI.clear();
	 NextURI.append(DeQuoteString(Req.Location));
	 if (Queue->Uri == NextURI)
	 {
	    SetFailReason("RedirectionLoop");
	    _error->Error("Redirection loop encountered");
	    if (Req.HaveContent == true)
	       return ERROR_WITH_CONTENT_PAGE;
	    return ERROR_UNRECOVERABLE;
	 }
	 return TRY_AGAIN_OR_REDIRECT;
      }
      else
      {
	 NextURI = DeQuoteString(Req.Location);
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	 URI tmpURI(NextURI);
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	 if (tmpURI.Access.find('+') != std::string::npos)
	 {
	    _error->Error("Server tried to trick us into using a specific implementation: %s", tmpURI.Access.c_str());
	    if (Req.HaveContent == true)
	       return ERROR_WITH_CONTENT_PAGE;
	    return ERROR_UNRECOVERABLE;
	 }
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	 URI Uri(Queue->Uri);
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	 if (Binary.find('+') != std::string::npos)
	 {
	    auto base = Binary.substr(0, Binary.find('+'));
	    if (base != tmpURI.Access)
	    {
	       tmpURI.Access = base + '+' + tmpURI.Access;
	       if (tmpURI.Access == Binary)
	       {
		  std::swap(tmpURI.Access, Uri.Access);
		  NextURI = tmpURI;
		  std::swap(tmpURI.Access, Uri.Access);
	       }
	       else
		  NextURI = tmpURI;
	    }
	 }
	 if (Queue->Uri == NextURI)
	 {
	    SetFailReason("RedirectionLoop");
	    _error->Error("Redirection loop encountered");
	    if (Req.HaveContent == true)
	       return ERROR_WITH_CONTENT_PAGE;
	    return ERROR_UNRECOVERABLE;
	 }
	 Uri.Access = Binary;
	 // same protocol redirects are okay
	 if (tmpURI.Access == Uri.Access)
	    return TRY_AGAIN_OR_REDIRECT;
	 // as well as http to https
	 else if ((Uri.Access == "http" || Uri.Access == "https+http") && tmpURI.Access == "https")
	    return TRY_AGAIN_OR_REDIRECT;
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	 	 // allow https to http redirects (for https mirrordirectors with http mirrors)
	 else if ((Uri.Access == "https" || Uri.Access == "https+http") && tmpURI.Access == "http")
	 	return TRY_AGAIN_OR_REDIRECT;
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	 else
	 {
	    auto const tmpplus = tmpURI.Access.find('+');
	    if (tmpplus != std::string::npos && tmpURI.Access.substr(tmpplus + 1) == "https")
	    {
	       auto const uriplus = Uri.Access.find('+');
	       if (uriplus == std::string::npos)
	       {
		  if (Uri.Access == tmpURI.Access.substr(0, tmpplus)) // foo -> foo+https
		     return TRY_AGAIN_OR_REDIRECT;
	       }
	       else if (Uri.Access.substr(uriplus + 1) == "http" &&
		     Uri.Access.substr(0, uriplus) == tmpURI.Access.substr(0, tmpplus)) // foo+http -> foo+https
		  return TRY_AGAIN_OR_REDIRECT;
	    }
	 }
	 _error->Error("Redirection from %s to '%s' is forbidden", Uri.Access.c_str(), NextURI.c_str());
      }
      /* else pass through for error message */
   }
   // retry after an invalid range response without partial data
   else if (Req.Result == 416)
   {
      struct stat SBuf;
      if (stat(Queue->DestFile.c_str(),&SBuf) >= 0 && SBuf.st_size > 0)
      {
	 bool partialHit = false;
	 if (Queue->ExpectedHashes.usable() == true)
	 {
	    Hashes resultHashes(Queue->ExpectedHashes);
	    FileFd file(Queue->DestFile, FileFd::ReadOnly);
	    Req.TotalFileSize = file.FileSize();
	    Req.Date = file.ModificationTime();
	    resultHashes.AddFD(file);
	    HashStringList const hashList = resultHashes.GetHashStringList();
	    partialHit = (Queue->ExpectedHashes == hashList);
	 }
	 else if ((unsigned long long)SBuf.st_size == Req.TotalFileSize)
	    partialHit = true;
	 if (partialHit == true)
	 {
	    // the file is completely downloaded, but was not moved
	    if (Req.HaveContent == true)
	    {
	       // nuke the sent error page
	       Server->RunDataToDevNull(Req);
	       Req.HaveContent = false;
	    }
	    Req.StartPos = Req.TotalFileSize;
	    Req.Result = 200;
	 }
	 else if (RemoveFile("server", Queue->DestFile))
	 {
	    NextURI = Queue->Uri;
	    return TRY_AGAIN_OR_REDIRECT;
	 }
      }
   }

   /* We have a reply we don't handle. This should indicate a perm server
      failure */
   if (Req.Result < 200 || Req.Result >= 300)
   {
      if (_error->PendingError() == false)
      {
	 std::string err;
	 strprintf(err, "HttpError%u", Req.Result);
	 SetFailReason(err);
	 _error->Error("%u %s", Req.Result, Req.Code);
      }
      if (Req.HaveContent == true)
	 return ERROR_WITH_CONTENT_PAGE;
      return ERROR_UNRECOVERABLE;
   }

   // This is some sort of 2xx 'data follows' reply
   Res.LastModified = Req.Date;
   Res.Size = Req.TotalFileSize;
   return FILE_IS_OPEN;
}
									/*}}}*/
// BaseHttpMethod::SigTerm - Handle a fatal signal			/*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This closes and timestamps the open file. This is necessary to get
   resume behavior on user abort */
void BaseHttpMethod::SigTerm(int)
{
   if (FailFd == -1)
      _exit(100);

   struct timeval times[2];
   times[0].tv_sec = FailTime;
   times[1].tv_sec = FailTime;
   times[0].tv_usec = times[1].tv_usec = 0;
   utimes(FailFile.c_str(), times);
   close(FailFd);

   _exit(100);
}
									/*}}}*/
// BaseHttpMethod::Fetch - Fetch an item					/*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This adds an item to the pipeline. We keep the pipeline at a fixed
   depth. */
bool BaseHttpMethod::Fetch(FetchItem *)
{
   if (Server == nullptr || QueueBack == nullptr)
      return true;

   // If pipelining is disabled, we only queue 1 request
   auto const AllowedDepth = Server->Pipeline ? PipelineDepth : 0;
   // how deep is our pipeline currently?
   decltype(PipelineDepth) CurrentDepth = 0;
   for (FetchItem const *I = Queue; I != QueueBack; I = I->Next)
      ++CurrentDepth;
   if (CurrentDepth > AllowedDepth)
      return true;

   do {
      // Make sure we stick with the same server
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      if (Server->Comp(URI(QueueBack->Uri)) == false)
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	 break;

      bool const UsableHashes = QueueBack->ExpectedHashes.usable();
      // if we have no hashes, do at most one such request
      // as we can't fixup pipeling misbehaviors otherwise
      if (CurrentDepth != 0 && UsableHashes == false)
	 break;

      if (UsableHashes && FileExists(QueueBack->DestFile))
      {
	 FileFd partial(QueueBack->DestFile, FileFd::ReadOnly);
	 Hashes wehave(QueueBack->ExpectedHashes);
	 if (QueueBack->ExpectedHashes.FileSize() == partial.FileSize())
	 {
	    if (wehave.AddFD(partial) &&
		  wehave.GetHashStringList() == QueueBack->ExpectedHashes)
	    {
	       FetchResult Res;
	       Res.Filename = QueueBack->DestFile;
	       Res.ResumePoint = QueueBack->ExpectedHashes.FileSize();
	       URIStart(Res);
	       // move item to the start of the queue as URIDone will
	       // always dequeued the first item in the queue
	       if (Queue != QueueBack)
	       {
		  FetchItem *Prev = Queue;
		  for (; Prev->Next != QueueBack; Prev = Prev->Next)
		     /* look for the previous queue item */;
		  Prev->Next = QueueBack->Next;
		  QueueBack->Next = Queue;
		  Queue = QueueBack;
		  QueueBack = Prev->Next;
	       }
	       Res.TakeHashes(wehave);
	       URIDone(Res);
	       continue;
	    }
	    else
	       RemoveFile("Fetch-Partial", QueueBack->DestFile);
	 }
      }
      auto const Tmp = QueueBack;
      QueueBack = QueueBack->Next;
      SendReq(Tmp);
      ++CurrentDepth;
   } while (CurrentDepth <= AllowedDepth && QueueBack != nullptr);

   return true;
}
									/*}}}*/
// BaseHttpMethod::Loop - Main loop					/*{{{*/
int BaseHttpMethod::Loop()
{
   signal(SIGTERM,SigTerm);
   signal(SIGINT,SigTerm);
   
   Server = 0;
   
   int FailCounter = 0;
   while (1)
   {      
      // We have no commands, wait for some to arrive
      if (Queue == 0)
      {
	 if (WaitFd(STDIN_FILENO) == false)
	    return 0;
      }
      
      /* Run messages, we can accept 0 (no message) if we didn't
         do a WaitFd above.. Otherwise the FD is closed. */
      int Result = Run(true);
      if (Result != -1 && (Result != 0 || Queue == 0))
      {
	 if(FailReason.empty() == false ||
	    ConfigFindB("DependOnSTDIN", true) == true)
	    return 100;
	 else
	    return 0;
      }

      if (Queue == 0)
	 continue;
      
      // Connect to the server
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      if (Server == 0 || Server->Comp(URI(Queue->Uri)) == false)
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      {
	 if (!Queue->Proxy().empty())
	 {
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	    URI uri(Queue->Uri);
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	    _config->Set("Acquire::" + uri.Access + "::proxy::" + uri.Host, Queue->Proxy());
	 }
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	 Server = CreateServerState(URI(Queue->Uri));
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	 setPostfixForMethodNames(::URI(Queue->Uri).Host.c_str());
	 AllowRedirect = ConfigFindB("AllowRedirect", true);
	 PipelineDepth = ConfigFindI("Pipeline-Depth", 10);
	 Debug = DebugEnabled();
      }

      /* If the server has explicitly said this is the last connection
         then we pre-emptively shut down the pipeline and tear down 
	 the connection. This will speed up HTTP/1.0 servers a tad
	 since we don't have to wait for the close sequence to
         complete */
      if (Server->Persistent == false)
	 Server->Close();

      // Reset the pipeline
      if (Server->IsOpen() == false) {
	 QueueBack = Queue;
	 Server->PipelineAnswersReceived = 0;
      }

      // Connect to the host
      switch (Server->Open())
      {
      case ResultState::FATAL_ERROR:
	 Fail(false);
	 Server = nullptr;
	 continue;
      case ResultState::TRANSIENT_ERROR:
	 Fail(true);
	 Server = nullptr;
	 continue;
      case ResultState::SUCCESSFUL:
	 break;
      }

      // Fill the pipeline.
      Fetch(0);

      RequestState Req(this, Server.get());
      // Fetch the next URL header data from the server.
      switch (Server->RunHeaders(Req, Queue->Uri))
      {
	 case ServerState::RUN_HEADERS_OK:
	 break;
	 
	 // The header data is bad
	 case ServerState::RUN_HEADERS_PARSE_ERROR:
	 {
	    _error->Error(_("Bad header data"));
	    Fail(true);
	    Server->Close();
	    RotateDNS();
	    continue;
	 }
	 
	 // The server closed a connection during the header get..
	 default:
	 case ServerState::RUN_HEADERS_IO_ERROR:
	 {
	    FailCounter++;
	    _error->Discard();
	    Server->Close();
	    Server->Pipeline = false;
	    Server->PipelineAllowed = false;
	    
	    if (FailCounter >= 2)
	    {
	       Fail(_("Connection failed"),true);
	       FailCounter = 0;
	    }
	    
	    RotateDNS();
	    continue;
	 }
      };

      // Decide what to do.
      FetchResult Res;
      Res.Filename = Queue->DestFile;
      switch (DealWithHeaders(Res, Req))
      {
	 // Ok, the file is Open
	 case FILE_IS_OPEN:
	 {
	    URIStart(Res);

	    // Run the data
	    ResultState Result = ResultState::SUCCESSFUL;

	    // ensure we don't fetch too much
	    // we could do "Server->MaximumSize = Queue->MaximumSize" here
	    // but that would break the clever pipeline messup detection
	    // so instead we use the size of the biggest item in the queue
	    Req.MaximumSize = FindMaximumObjectSizeInQueue();

	    if (Req.HaveContent)
	    {
	       /* If the server provides Content-Length we can figure out with it if
		  this satisfies any request we have made so far (in the pipeline).
		  If not we can kill the connection as whatever file the server is trying
		  to send to us would be rejected with a hashsum mismatch later or triggers
		  a maximum size error. We don't run the data to /dev/null as this can be MBs
		  of junk data we would waste bandwidth on and instead just close the connection
		  to reopen a fresh one which should be more cost/time efficient */
	       if (Req.DownloadSize > 0)
	       {
		  decltype(Queue->ExpectedHashes.FileSize()) const filesize = Req.StartPos + Req.DownloadSize;
		  bool found = false;
		  for (FetchItem const *I = Queue; I != 0 && I != QueueBack; I = I->Next)
		  {
		     auto const fs = I->ExpectedHashes.FileSize();
		     if (fs == 0 || fs == filesize)
		     {
			found = true;
			break;
		     }
		  }
		  if (found == false)
		  {
		     SetFailReason("MaximumSizeExceeded");
		     _error->Error(_("File has unexpected size (%llu != %llu). Mirror sync in progress?"),
				   filesize, Queue->ExpectedHashes.FileSize());
		     Result = ResultState::FATAL_ERROR;
		  }
	       }
	       if (Result == ResultState::SUCCESSFUL)
		  Result = Server->RunData(Req);
	    }

	    /* If the server is sending back sizeless responses then fill in
	       the size now */
	    if (Res.Size == 0)
	       Res.Size = Req.File.Size();

	    // Close the file, destroy the FD object and timestamp it
	    FailFd = -1;
	    Req.File.Close();

	    // Timestamp
	    struct timeval times[2];
	    times[0].tv_sec = times[1].tv_sec = Req.Date;
	    times[0].tv_usec = times[1].tv_usec = 0;
	    utimes(Queue->DestFile.c_str(), times);

	    // Send status to APT
	    if (Result == ResultState::SUCCESSFUL)
	    {
	       Hashes * const resultHashes = Server->GetHashes();
	       HashStringList const hashList = resultHashes->GetHashStringList();
	       if (PipelineDepth != 0 && Queue->ExpectedHashes.usable() == true && Queue->ExpectedHashes != hashList)
	       {
		  // we did not get the expected hash… mhhh:
		  // could it be that server/proxy messed up pipelining?
		  FetchItem * BeforeI = Queue;
		  for (FetchItem *I = Queue->Next; I != 0 && I != QueueBack; I = I->Next)
		  {
		     if (I->ExpectedHashes.usable() == true && I->ExpectedHashes == hashList)
		     {
			// yes, he did! Disable pipelining and rewrite queue
			if (Server->Pipeline == true)
			{
			   Warning(_("Automatically disabled %s due to incorrect response from server/proxy. (man 5 apt.conf)"), "Acquire::http::Pipeline-Depth");
			   Server->Pipeline = false;
			   Server->PipelineAllowed = false;
			   // we keep the PipelineDepth value so that the rest of the queue can be fixed up as well
			}
			Rename(Res.Filename, I->DestFile);
			Res.Filename = I->DestFile;
			BeforeI->Next = I->Next;
			I->Next = Queue;
			Queue = I;
			break;
		     }
		     BeforeI = I;
		  }
	       }
	       if (Server->Pipeline == true)
	       {
		  Server->PipelineAnswersReceived++;
	       }
	       Res.TakeHashes(*resultHashes);
	       URIDone(Res);
	    }
	    else
	    {
	       if (Server->IsOpen() == false)
	       {
		  FailCounter++;
		  _error->Discard();
		  Server->Close();
		  
		  if (FailCounter >= 2)
		  {
		     Fail(_("Connection failed"),true);
		     FailCounter = 0;
		  }
		  
		  QueueBack = Queue;
	       }
	       else
               {
                  Server->Close();
		  switch (Result)
		  {
		  case ResultState::TRANSIENT_ERROR:
		     Fail(true);
		     break;
		  case ResultState::FATAL_ERROR:
		  case ResultState::SUCCESSFUL:
		     Fail(false);
		     break;
		  }
	       }
	    }
	    break;
	 }
	 
	 // IMS hit
	 case IMS_HIT:
	 {
	    URIDone(Res);
	    break;
	 }
	 
	 // Hard server error, not found or something
	 case ERROR_UNRECOVERABLE:
	 {
	    Fail();
	    break;
	 }
	  
	 // Hard internal error, kill the connection and fail
	 case ERROR_NOT_FROM_SERVER:
	 {
	    Fail();
	    RotateDNS();
	    Server->Close();
	    break;
	 }

	 // We need to flush the data, the header is like a 404 w/ error text
	 case ERROR_WITH_CONTENT_PAGE:
	 {
	    Server->RunDataToDevNull(Req);
	    constexpr unsigned int TransientCodes[] = {
	       408, // Request Timeout
	       429, // Too Many Requests
	       500, // Internal Server Error
	       502, // Bad Gateway
	       503, // Service Unavailable
	       504, // Gateway Timeout
	       599, // Network Connect Timeout Error
	    };
	    if (std::find(std::begin(TransientCodes), std::end(TransientCodes), Req.Result) != std::end(TransientCodes))
	       Fail(true);
	    else
	       Fail();
	    break;
	 }

	 // Try again with a new URL
	 case TRY_AGAIN_OR_REDIRECT:
	 {
	    // Clear rest of response if there is content
	    if (Req.HaveContent)
	       Server->RunDataToDevNull(Req);
	    Redirect(NextURI);
	    break;
	 }

	 default:
	 Fail(_("Internal error"));
	 break;
      }
      
      FailCounter = 0;
   }
   
   return 0;
}
									/*}}}*/
unsigned long long BaseHttpMethod::FindMaximumObjectSizeInQueue() const	/*{{{*/
{
   unsigned long long MaxSizeInQueue = 0;
   for (FetchItem *I = Queue; I != 0 && I != QueueBack; I = I->Next)
      MaxSizeInQueue = std::max(MaxSizeInQueue, I->MaximumSize);
   return MaxSizeInQueue;
}
									/*}}}*/
BaseHttpMethod::BaseHttpMethod(std::string &&Binary, char const *const Ver, unsigned long const Flags) /*{{{*/
    : aptAuthConfMethod(std::move(Binary), Ver, Flags), Server(nullptr),
      AllowRedirect(false), Debug(false), PipelineDepth(10)
{
}
									/*}}}*/
bool BaseHttpMethod::Configuration(std::string Message)			/*{{{*/
{
   if (aptAuthConfMethod::Configuration(Message) == false)
      return false;

   _config->CndSet("Acquire::tor::Proxy",
	 "socks5h://apt-transport-tor@127.0.0.1:9050");
   return true;
}
									/*}}}*/
bool BaseHttpMethod::AddProxyAuth(URI &Proxy, URI const &Server) /*{{{*/
{
   MaybeAddAuthTo(Proxy);
   if (std::find(methodNames.begin(), methodNames.end(), "tor") != methodNames.end() &&
	 Proxy.User == "apt-transport-tor" && Proxy.Password.empty())
   {
      std::string pass = Server.Host;
      pass.erase(std::remove_if(pass.begin(), pass.end(), [](char const c) { return std::isalnum(c) == 0; }), pass.end());
      if (pass.length() > 255)
	 Proxy.Password = pass.substr(0, 255);
      else
	 Proxy.Password = std::move(pass);
   }
   return true;
}
									/*}}}*/