This plugins allows WebAssembly/Wasm modules compiled by Proxy-Wasm SDKs to be used in ATS.
See the documentation on specification for Proxy-Wasm at https://github.com/proxy-wasm/spec
C++ SDK is at https://github.com/proxy-wasm/proxy-wasm-cpp-sdk
Rust SDK is at https://github.com/proxy-wasm/proxy-wasm-rust-sdk
How it Works¶
The plugin uses the library and header files from the Proxy-Wasm project.
Proxy-Wasm in turn uses an underlying WebAssembly runtime to execute the WebAssembly module. (Currently only WAMR and WasmEdge are supported)
The plugin creates a root context when ATS starts and a new context will be created out of the root context for each transaction. ATS plugin events will trigger the corresponding functions in the WebAssembly module to be executed through the context. The context is also responsible to call the needed ATS functions when the WebAssembly module needs to do so.
Compiling the Plugin¶
The plugin requires either WAMR, Wasmtime or WasmEdge.
Please note that WAMR and Wasmtime have conflict with each other and the plugin can only be compiled with one of them. If both are installed, WAMR will take priority.
Compile and install WAMR (CMake is required)
tar zxvf WAMR-1.2.1.tar.gz
cp core/iwasm/include/* /usr/local/include/
cmake .. -DWAMR_BUILD_INTERP=1 -DWAMR_BUILD_FAST_INTERP=1 -DWAMR_BUILD_JIT=0 -DWAMR_BUILD_AOT=0 -DWAMR_BUILD_SIMD=0 -DWAMR_BUILD_MULTI_MODULE=1 -DWAMR_BUILD_LIBC_WASI=0 -DWAMR_BUILD_TAIL_CALL=1 -DWAMR_DISABLE_HW_BOUND_CHECK=1 -DWAMR_BUILD_BULK_MEMORY=1 -DWAMR_BUILD_WASM_CACHE=0
sudo make install
Compile and install Wasmtime (Rust is required)
git clone https://github.com/bytecodealliance/wasmtime.git
git checkout release-9.0.0
git submodule update --init
cargo build --release --manifest-path crates/c-api/Cargo.toml
sudo cp target/release/libwasmtime.so /usr/local/lib
tar zxvf c9d31284651b975f05ac27cee0bab1377560b87e.tar.gz
sudo mkdir /usr/local/include/include/
sudo cp include/wasm.h /usr/local/include/include/
tar zxvf 0.13.1.tar.gz
Copy contents from ~/.wasmedge/include to /usr/local/include
Copy contents from ~/.wasmedge/lib to /usr/local/lib
The installation script will make changes to your environment variables. You can comment those out for now before compiling the plugin.
Configure ATS to compile with experimental plugins
autoreconf -f -i
./configure --enable-debug=yes --enable-experimental-plugins=yes
sudo make install
Follow the C++, Rust and TinyGo examples in the examples directory. Instructions are included on how to compile and use generated wasm modules with the plugin.
Runtime can be chosen by changing the
runtime field inside the yaml configuration file for the plugin.
ats.wasm.runtime.wamr is for WAMR.
ats.wasm.runtime.wasmtime is Wasmtime while
ats.wasm.runtime.wasmedge is for WasmEdge.
The plugin can also take more than one yaml file as arguments and can thus load more than one wasm modules.
Currently only the WAMR, Wasmtime and WasmEdge runtime is supported. We should also support V8.
The plugin will not support the following functionality as specified in Proxy-Wasm specification
Getting and setting trailer request and response header
Getting and setting HTTP/2 frame meta data
Support asynchronous request call in the start handler function of the plugin lifecycle
Support on Grpc lifecycle handler functions
Support for L4 lifecycle handler functions