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Published: Apr 23, 2021 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 9 Imported by: 0




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const ContainerType = "SYSTEM"

ContainerType is the string which the inproc container type is registered with the container.VMController


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type InprocVM

type InprocVM struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

InprocVM is a vm. It is identified by a executable name

func NewInprocVM added in v1.3.0

func NewInprocVM(r *Registry) *InprocVM

NewInprocVM creates a new InprocVM

func (*InprocVM) GetVMName

func (vm *InprocVM) GetVMName(ccid ccintf.CCID) string

GetVMName ignores the peer and network name as it just needs to be unique in process. It accepts a format function parameter to allow different formatting based on the desired use of the name.

func (*InprocVM) HealthCheck added in v1.4.1

func (vm *InprocVM) HealthCheck(ctx context.Context) error

HealthCheck is provided in order to implement the VMProvider interface. It always returns nil..

func (*InprocVM) Start

func (vm *InprocVM) Start(ccid ccintf.CCID, args []string, env []string, filesToUpload map[string][]byte, builder container.Builder) error

Start starts a previously registered system codechain

func (*InprocVM) Stop

func (vm *InprocVM) Stop(ccid ccintf.CCID, timeout uint, dontkill bool, dontremove bool) error

Stop stops a system codechain

func (*InprocVM) Wait added in v1.4.1

func (vm *InprocVM) Wait(ccid ccintf.CCID) (int, error)

Wait will block until the chaincode is stopped.

type Registry added in v1.3.0

type Registry struct {
	ChaincodeSupport ccintf.CCSupport
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

Registry stores registered system chaincodes. It implements container.VMProvider and scc.Registrar

func NewRegistry added in v1.3.0

func NewRegistry() *Registry

NewRegistry creates an initialized registry, ready to register system chaincodes. The returned *Registry is _not_ ready to use as is. You must set the ChaincodeSupport as soon as one is available, before any chaincode invocations occur. This is because the chaincode support used to be a latent dependency, snuck in on the context, but now it is being made an explicit part of the startup.

func (*Registry) NewVM added in v1.3.0

func (r *Registry) NewVM() container.VM

NewVM creates an inproc VM instance

func (*Registry) Register added in v1.3.0

func (r *Registry) Register(ccid *ccintf.CCID, cc shim.Chaincode) error

Register registers system chaincode with given path. The deploy should be called to initialize

type SendPanicFailure added in v1.1.1

type SendPanicFailure string


func (SendPanicFailure) Error added in v1.1.1

func (e SendPanicFailure) Error() string

type SysCCRegisteredErr

type SysCCRegisteredErr string

SysCCRegisteredErr registered error

func (SysCCRegisteredErr) Error

func (s SysCCRegisteredErr) Error() string

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