perf_provider_chromeos.cc revision c5cede9ae108bb15f6b7a8aea21c7e1fefa2834c
1// Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
2// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
3// found in the LICENSE file.
4
5#include <string>
6
7#include "base/bind.h"
8#include "base/bind_helpers.h"
9#include "base/callback.h"
10#include "base/command_line.h"
11#include "base/compiler_specific.h"
12#include "base/metrics/histogram.h"
13#include "base/rand_util.h"
14#include "base/strings/string_number_conversions.h"
15#include "base/threading/sequenced_worker_pool.h"
16#include "chrome/browser/metrics/perf_provider_chromeos.h"
17#include "chrome/browser/profiles/profile.h"
18#include "chrome/browser/ui/browser.h"
19#include "chrome/browser/ui/browser_list.h"
20#include "chrome/browser/ui/browser_list_observer.h"
21#include "chrome/common/chrome_switches.h"
22#include "chromeos/dbus/dbus_thread_manager.h"
23#include "chromeos/dbus/debug_daemon_client.h"
24
25namespace {
26
27// Default time in seconds between invocations of perf.
28// This period is roughly 6.5 hours.
29// This is chosen to be relatively prime with the number of seconds in:
30// - one minute (60)
31// - one hour (3600)
32// - one day (86400)
33const size_t kPerfCommandIntervalDefaultSeconds = 23093;
34
35// The first collection interval is different from the interval above. This is
36// because we want to collect the first profile quickly after Chrome is started.
37// If this period is too long, the user will log off and Chrome will be killed
38// before it is triggered. The following 2 variables determine the upper and
39// lower bound on the interval.
40// The reason we do not always want to collect the initial profile after a fixed
41// period is to not over-represent task X in the profile where task X always
42// runs at a fixed period after start-up. By selecting a period randomly between
43// a lower and upper bound, we will hopefully collect a more fair profile.
44const size_t kPerfCommandStartIntervalLowerBoundMinutes = 10;
45
46const size_t kPerfCommandStartIntervalUpperBoundMinutes = 20;
47
48// Default time in seconds perf is run for.
49const size_t kPerfCommandDurationDefaultSeconds = 2;
50
51// Limit the total size of protobufs that can be cached, so they don't take up
52// too much memory. If the size of cached protobufs exceeds this value, stop
53// collecting further perf data. The current value is 4 MB.
54const size_t kCachedPerfDataProtobufSizeThreshold = 4 * 1024 * 1024;
55
56// Enumeration representing success and various failure modes for collecting and
57// sending perf data.
58enum GetPerfDataOutcome {
59  SUCCESS,
60  NOT_READY_TO_UPLOAD,
61  NOT_READY_TO_COLLECT,
62  INCOGNITO_ACTIVE,
63  INCOGNITO_LAUNCHED,
64  PROTOBUF_NOT_PARSED,
65  NUM_OUTCOMES
66};
67
68// Name of the histogram that represents the success and various failure modes
69// for collecting and sending perf data.
70const char kGetPerfDataOutcomeHistogram[] = "UMA.Perf.GetData";
71
72void AddToPerfHistogram(GetPerfDataOutcome outcome) {
73  UMA_HISTOGRAM_ENUMERATION(kGetPerfDataOutcomeHistogram,
74                            outcome,
75                            NUM_OUTCOMES);
76}
77
78}  // namespace
79
80
81namespace metrics {
82
83// This class must be created and used on the UI thread. It watches for any
84// incognito window being opened from the time it is instantiated to the time it
85// is destroyed.
86class WindowedIncognitoObserver : public chrome::BrowserListObserver {
87 public:
88  WindowedIncognitoObserver() : incognito_launched_(false) {
89    BrowserList::AddObserver(this);
90  }
91
92  virtual ~WindowedIncognitoObserver() {
93    BrowserList::RemoveObserver(this);
94  }
95
96  // This method can be checked to see whether any incognito window has been
97  // opened since the time this object was created.
98  bool incognito_launched() {
99    return incognito_launched_;
100  }
101
102 private:
103  // chrome::BrowserListObserver implementation.
104  virtual void OnBrowserAdded(Browser* browser) OVERRIDE {
105    if (browser->profile()->IsOffTheRecord())
106      incognito_launched_ = true;
107  }
108
109  bool incognito_launched_;
110};
111
112PerfProvider::PerfProvider()
113      : weak_factory_(this) {
114  size_t collection_interval_minutes = base::RandInt(
115      kPerfCommandStartIntervalLowerBoundMinutes,
116      kPerfCommandStartIntervalUpperBoundMinutes);
117  ScheduleCollection(base::TimeDelta::FromMinutes(collection_interval_minutes));
118}
119
120PerfProvider::~PerfProvider() {}
121
122bool PerfProvider::GetPerfData(std::vector<PerfDataProto>* perf_data) {
123  DCHECK(CalledOnValidThread());
124  if (cached_perf_data_.empty()) {
125    AddToPerfHistogram(NOT_READY_TO_UPLOAD);
126    return false;
127  }
128
129  perf_data->swap(cached_perf_data_);
130  cached_perf_data_.clear();
131
132  AddToPerfHistogram(SUCCESS);
133  return true;
134}
135
136void PerfProvider::ScheduleCollection(const base::TimeDelta& interval) {
137  DCHECK(CalledOnValidThread());
138  if (timer_.IsRunning())
139    return;
140
141  timer_.Start(FROM_HERE, interval, this,
142               &PerfProvider::CollectIfNecessaryAndReschedule);
143}
144
145void PerfProvider::CollectIfNecessary() {
146  DCHECK(CalledOnValidThread());
147
148  // Do not collect further data if we've already collected a substantial amount
149  // of data, as indicated by |kCachedPerfDataProtobufSizeThreshold|.
150  size_t cached_perf_data_size = 0;
151  for (size_t i = 0; i < cached_perf_data_.size(); ++i) {
152    cached_perf_data_size += cached_perf_data_[i].ByteSize();
153  }
154  if (cached_perf_data_size >= kCachedPerfDataProtobufSizeThreshold) {
155    AddToPerfHistogram(NOT_READY_TO_COLLECT);
156    return;
157  }
158
159  // For privacy reasons, Chrome should only collect perf data if there is no
160  // incognito session active (or gets spawned during the collection).
161  if (BrowserList::IsOffTheRecordSessionActive()) {
162    AddToPerfHistogram(INCOGNITO_ACTIVE);
163    return;
164  }
165
166  scoped_ptr<WindowedIncognitoObserver> incognito_observer(
167      new WindowedIncognitoObserver);
168
169  chromeos::DebugDaemonClient* client =
170      chromeos::DBusThreadManager::Get()->GetDebugDaemonClient();
171
172  base::TimeDelta collection_duration = base::TimeDelta::FromSeconds(
173      kPerfCommandDurationDefaultSeconds);
174
175  client->GetPerfData(collection_duration.InSeconds(),
176                      base::Bind(&PerfProvider::ParseProtoIfValid,
177                                 weak_factory_.GetWeakPtr(),
178                                 base::Passed(&incognito_observer)));
179}
180
181void PerfProvider::CollectIfNecessaryAndReschedule() {
182  CollectIfNecessary();
183  ScheduleCollection(
184      base::TimeDelta::FromSeconds(kPerfCommandIntervalDefaultSeconds));
185}
186
187void PerfProvider::ParseProtoIfValid(
188    scoped_ptr<WindowedIncognitoObserver> incognito_observer,
189    const std::vector<uint8>& data) {
190  DCHECK(CalledOnValidThread());
191
192  if (incognito_observer->incognito_launched()) {
193    AddToPerfHistogram(INCOGNITO_LAUNCHED);
194    return;
195  }
196
197  PerfDataProto perf_data_proto;
198  if (!perf_data_proto.ParseFromArray(data.data(), data.size())) {
199    AddToPerfHistogram(PROTOBUF_NOT_PARSED);
200    return;
201  }
202
203  // Append a new PerfDataProto to the |cached_perf_data_| vector and swap in
204  // the contents.
205  cached_perf_data_.resize(cached_perf_data_.size() + 1);
206  cached_perf_data_.back().Swap(&perf_data_proto);
207}
208
209}  // namespace metrics
210