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// Copyright (c) 2006-2008 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.

#include "chrome/browser/net/referrer.h"

#include "base/logging.h"

namespace chrome_browser_net {

void Referrer::SuggestHost(const std::string& host) {
  // Limit how large our list can get, in case we make mistakes about what
  // hostnames are in sub-resources (example: Some advertisments have a link to
  // the ad agency, and then provide a "surprising" redirect to the advertised
  // entity, which then (mistakenly) appears to be a subresource on the page
  // hosting the ad).
  // TODO(jar): Do experiments to optimize the max count of suggestions.
  static const size_t kMaxSuggestions = 8;

  if (host.empty())
  if (kMaxSuggestions <= size()) {
    DCHECK(kMaxSuggestions > size());
  // Add in the new suggestion.

void Referrer::DeleteLeastUseful() {
  std::string least_useful_name;
  // We use longs for durations because we will use multiplication on them.
  int64 least_useful_latency = 0;  // Duration in milliseconds.
  int64 least_useful_lifetime = 0;  // Duration in milliseconds.

  const base::Time kNow(base::Time::Now());  // Avoid multiple calls.
  for (HostNameMap::iterator it = begin(); it != end(); ++it) {
    int64 lifetime = (kNow - it->second.birth_time()).InMilliseconds();
    int64 latency = it->second.latency().InMilliseconds();
    if (!least_useful_name.empty()) {
      if (!latency && !least_useful_latency) {
        // Older name is less useful.
        if (lifetime <= least_useful_lifetime)
      } else {
        // Compare the ratios latency/lifetime vs.
        // least_useful_latency/least_useful_lifetime by cross multiplying (to
        // avoid integer division hassles).  Overflow's won't happen until
        // both latency and lifetime pass about 49 days.
        if (latency * least_useful_lifetime >=
            least_useful_latency * lifetime) {
    least_useful_name = it->first;
    least_useful_latency = latency;
    least_useful_lifetime = lifetime;
  // Note: there is a small chance that we will discard a least_useful_name
  // that is currently being prefetched because it *was* in this referer list.
  // In that case, when a benefit appears in AccrueValue() below, we are careful
  // to check before accessing the member.

void Referrer::AccrueValue(const base::TimeDelta& delta,
                           const std::string& host) {
  HostNameMap::iterator it = find(host);
  // Be careful that we weren't evicted from this referrer in DeleteLeastUseful.
  if (it != end())

bool Referrer::Trim() {
  bool has_some_latency_left = false;
  for (HostNameMap::iterator it = begin(); it != end(); ++it)
    if (it->second.Trim())
      has_some_latency_left = true;
  return has_some_latency_left;

bool ReferrerValue::Trim() {
  int64 latency_ms = latency_.InMilliseconds() / 2;
  latency_ = base::TimeDelta::FromMilliseconds(latency_ms);
  return latency_ms > 0;

void Referrer::Deserialize(const Value& value) {
  if (value.GetType() != Value::TYPE_LIST)
  const ListValue* subresource_list(static_cast<const ListValue*>(&value));
  for (size_t index = 0; index + 1 < subresource_list->GetSize(); index += 2) {
    std::string host;
    if (!subresource_list->GetString(index, &host))
    int latency_ms;
    if (!subresource_list->GetInteger(index + 1, &latency_ms))
    base::TimeDelta latency = base::TimeDelta::FromMilliseconds(latency_ms);
    // TODO(jar): We could be more direct, and change birth date or similar to
    // show that this is a resurrected value we're adding in.  I'm not yet sure
    // of how best to optimize the learning and pruning (Trim) algorithm at this
    // level, so for now, we just suggest subresources, which leaves them all
    // with the same birth date (typically start of process).
    AccrueValue(latency, host);

Value* Referrer::Serialize() const {
  ListValue* subresource_list(new ListValue);
  for (const_iterator it = begin(); it != end(); ++it) {
    StringValue* host(new StringValue(it->first));
    int latency_integer = static_cast<int>(it->second.latency().
    // Watch out for overflow in the above static_cast!  Check to see if we went
    // negative, and just use a "big" value.  The value seems unimportant once
    // we get to such high latencies.  Probable cause of high latency is a bug
    // in other code, so also do a DCHECK.
    DCHECK(latency_integer >= 0);
    if (latency_integer < 0)
      latency_integer = INT_MAX;
    FundamentalValue* latency(new FundamentalValue(latency_integer));
  return subresource_list;

}  // namespace chrome_browser_net

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