Commit 2eb73838 authored by Stian Selnes's avatar Stian Selnes Committed by Olivier Crête

rtpjitterbuffer: Don't request rtx if 'now' is past retry period

There is no need to schedule another EXPECTED timer if we're already
past the retry period. Under normal operation this won't happen, but if
there are more timers than the jitterbuffer is able to process in
real-time, scheduling more timers will just make the situation worse.
Instead, consider this packet as lost and move on. This scenario can
occur with high loss rate, low rtt and high configured latency.

https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=769768
parent ab49dfd0
......@@ -3632,7 +3632,8 @@ do_expected_timeout (GstRtpJitterBuffer * jitterbuffer, TimerData * timer,
GST_TIME_ARGS (timer->rtx_retry), timer->num_rtx_retry);
if ((priv->rtx_max_retries != -1
&& timer->num_rtx_retry >= priv->rtx_max_retries)
|| (timer->rtx_retry + timer->rtx_delay > rtx_retry_period)) {
|| (timer->rtx_retry + timer->rtx_delay > rtx_retry_period)
|| (timer->rtx_base + rtx_retry_period < now)) {
GST_DEBUG_OBJECT (jitterbuffer, "reschedule as LOST timer");
/* too many retransmission request, we now convert the timer
* to a lost timer, leave the num_rtx_retry as it is for stats */
......
......@@ -1869,6 +1869,84 @@ GST_START_TEST (test_rtx_rtt_larger_than_retry_timeout)
GST_END_TEST;
GST_START_TEST (test_rtx_no_request_if_time_past_retry_period)
{
GstHarness *h = gst_harness_new ("rtpjitterbuffer");
const gint latency_ms = 200;
const gint retry_period_ms = 120;
GstTestClock *testclock;
GstClockID pending_id, processed_id;
GstClockTime time;
GstEvent *event;
gint i;
gst_harness_set_src_caps (h, generate_caps ());
testclock = gst_harness_get_testclock (h);
g_object_set (h->element, "do-lost", TRUE, NULL);
g_object_set (h->element, "do-retransmission", TRUE, NULL);
g_object_set (h->element, "latency", latency_ms, NULL);
g_object_set (h->element, "rtx-retry-period", retry_period_ms, NULL);
/* push the first couple of buffers */
fail_unless_equals_int (GST_FLOW_OK,
gst_harness_push (h, generate_test_buffer (0)));
gst_harness_set_time (h, 1 * PCMU_BUF_DURATION);
fail_unless_equals_int (GST_FLOW_OK,
gst_harness_push (h, generate_test_buffer (1)));
/* drop reconfigure event */
gst_event_unref (gst_harness_pull_upstream_event (h));
/* drop GstEventStreamStart & GstEventCaps & GstEventSegment */
for (i = 0; i < 3; i++)
gst_event_unref (gst_harness_pull_event (h));
/* Wait for the first EXPECTED timer to be scheduled */
gst_test_clock_wait_for_next_pending_id (testclock, &pending_id);
time = gst_clock_id_get_time (pending_id);
fail_unless_equals_int64 (time, 2 * PCMU_BUF_DURATION + 10 * GST_MSECOND);
/* Let the first EXPECTED timer time out and be sent. However, set the 'now'
* time to be past the retry-period simulating that the jitterbuffer has too
* much to do and is not able to process all timers in real-time. In this
* case the jitterbuffer should not schedule a new EXPECTED timer as that
* would just make matters worse (more unnecessary processing of a request
* that is already too late to be valuable). In practice this typically
* happens for high loss networks with low RTT. */
gst_test_clock_set_time (testclock,
2 * PCMU_BUF_DURATION + retry_period_ms * GST_MSECOND + 1);
processed_id = gst_test_clock_process_next_clock_id (testclock);
fail_unless (pending_id == processed_id);
gst_clock_id_unref (pending_id);
gst_clock_id_unref (processed_id);
/* Verify the event. It could be argued that this request is already too
* late and unnecessary. However, in order to keep things simple (for now)
* we just keep the already scehduled EXPECTED timer, but refrain from
* scheduled another EXPECTED timer */
event = gst_harness_pull_upstream_event (h);
verify_rtx_event (event, 2, 2 * PCMU_BUF_DURATION, 10, PCMU_BUF_DURATION);
/* "crank" to reach the DEADLINE for packet 0 */
gst_harness_crank_single_clock_wait (h);
gst_buffer_unref (gst_harness_pull (h));
gst_buffer_unref (gst_harness_pull (h));
fail_unless_equals_int (0, gst_harness_upstream_events_in_queue (h));
fail_unless_equals_int (0, gst_harness_events_in_queue (h));
/* "crank" to time out the LOST event */
gst_harness_crank_single_clock_wait (h);
event = gst_harness_pull_event (h);
verify_lost_event (event, 2, 2 * PCMU_BUF_DURATION, PCMU_BUF_DURATION);
gst_object_unref (testclock);
gst_harness_teardown (h);
}
GST_END_TEST;
GST_START_TEST (test_gap_exceeds_latency)
{
GstHarness *h = gst_harness_new ("rtpjitterbuffer");
......@@ -2301,6 +2379,7 @@ rtpjitterbuffer_suite (void)
tcase_add_test (tc_chain, test_rtx_duplicate_packet_updates_rtx_stats);
tcase_add_test (tc_chain, test_rtx_buffer_arrives_after_lost_updates_rtx_stats);
tcase_add_test (tc_chain, test_rtx_rtt_larger_than_retry_timeout);
tcase_add_test (tc_chain, test_rtx_no_request_if_time_past_retry_period);
tcase_add_test (tc_chain, test_gap_exceeds_latency);
tcase_add_test (tc_chain, test_deadline_ts_offset);
......
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