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// This file is part of Substrate.

// Copyright (C) Parity Technologies (UK) Ltd.
// SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0

// Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
// you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
// You may obtain a copy of the License at
//
// 	http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
//
// Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
// distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
// WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
// See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
// limitations under the License.

use crate::{limits::BlockWeights, Config, DispatchClass, Pallet, LOG_TARGET};
use codec::{Decode, Encode};
use frame_support::{
	dispatch::{DispatchInfo, PostDispatchInfo},
	traits::Get,
};
use scale_info::TypeInfo;
use sp_runtime::{
	traits::{DispatchInfoOf, Dispatchable, PostDispatchInfoOf, SignedExtension},
	transaction_validity::{InvalidTransaction, TransactionValidity, TransactionValidityError},
	DispatchResult,
};
use sp_weights::Weight;

/// Block resource (weight) limit check.
///
/// # Transaction Validity
///
/// This extension does not influence any fields of `TransactionValidity` in case the
/// transaction is valid.
#[derive(Encode, Decode, Clone, Eq, PartialEq, Default, TypeInfo)]
#[scale_info(skip_type_params(T))]
pub struct CheckWeight<T: Config + Send + Sync>(sp_std::marker::PhantomData<T>);

impl<T: Config + Send + Sync> CheckWeight<T>
where
	T::RuntimeCall: Dispatchable<Info = DispatchInfo, PostInfo = PostDispatchInfo>,
{
	/// Checks if the current extrinsic does not exceed the maximum weight a single extrinsic
	/// with given `DispatchClass` can have.
	fn check_extrinsic_weight(
		info: &DispatchInfoOf<T::RuntimeCall>,
	) -> Result<(), TransactionValidityError> {
		let max = T::BlockWeights::get().get(info.class).max_extrinsic;
		match max {
			Some(max) if info.weight.any_gt(max) => {
				log::debug!(
					target: LOG_TARGET,
					"Extrinsic {} is greater than the max extrinsic {}",
					info.weight,
					max,
				);

				Err(InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources.into())
			},
			_ => Ok(()),
		}
	}

	/// Checks if the current extrinsic can fit into the block with respect to block length limits.
	///
	/// Upon successes, it returns the new block length as a `Result`.
	fn check_block_length(
		info: &DispatchInfoOf<T::RuntimeCall>,
		len: usize,
	) -> Result<u32, TransactionValidityError> {
		let length_limit = T::BlockLength::get();
		let current_len = Pallet::<T>::all_extrinsics_len();
		let added_len = len as u32;
		let next_len = current_len.saturating_add(added_len);
		if next_len > *length_limit.max.get(info.class) {
			log::debug!(
				target: LOG_TARGET,
				"Exceeded block length limit: {} > {}",
				next_len,
				length_limit.max.get(info.class),
			);

			Err(InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources.into())
		} else {
			Ok(next_len)
		}
	}

	/// Creates new `SignedExtension` to check weight of the extrinsic.
	pub fn new() -> Self {
		Self(Default::default())
	}

	/// Do the pre-dispatch checks. This can be applied to both signed and unsigned.
	///
	/// It checks and notes the new weight and length.
	pub fn do_pre_dispatch(
		info: &DispatchInfoOf<T::RuntimeCall>,
		len: usize,
	) -> Result<(), TransactionValidityError> {
		let next_len = Self::check_block_length(info, len)?;

		let all_weight = Pallet::<T>::block_weight();
		let maximum_weight = T::BlockWeights::get();
		let next_weight =
			calculate_consumed_weight::<T::RuntimeCall>(&maximum_weight, all_weight, info)?;
		check_combined_proof_size::<T::RuntimeCall>(info, &maximum_weight, next_len, &next_weight)?;
		Self::check_extrinsic_weight(info)?;

		crate::AllExtrinsicsLen::<T>::put(next_len);
		crate::BlockWeight::<T>::put(next_weight);
		Ok(())
	}

	/// Do the validate checks. This can be applied to both signed and unsigned.
	///
	/// It only checks that the block weight and length limit will not exceed.
	pub fn do_validate(info: &DispatchInfoOf<T::RuntimeCall>, len: usize) -> TransactionValidity {
		// ignore the next length. If they return `Ok`, then it is below the limit.
		let _ = Self::check_block_length(info, len)?;
		// during validation we skip block limit check. Since the `validate_transaction`
		// call runs on an empty block anyway, by this we prevent `on_initialize` weight
		// consumption from causing false negatives.
		Self::check_extrinsic_weight(info)?;

		Ok(Default::default())
	}
}

/// Check that the combined extrinsic length and proof size together do not exceed the PoV limit.
pub fn check_combined_proof_size<Call>(
	info: &DispatchInfoOf<Call>,
	maximum_weight: &BlockWeights,
	next_len: u32,
	next_weight: &crate::ConsumedWeight,
) -> Result<(), TransactionValidityError>
where
	Call: Dispatchable<Info = DispatchInfo, PostInfo = PostDispatchInfo>,
{
	// This extra check ensures that the extrinsic length does not push the
	// PoV over the limit.
	let total_pov_size = next_weight.total().proof_size().saturating_add(next_len as u64);
	if total_pov_size > maximum_weight.max_block.proof_size() {
		log::debug!(
			target: LOG_TARGET,
			"Extrinsic exceeds total pov size. Still including if mandatory. size: {}kb, limit: {}kb, is_mandatory: {}",
			total_pov_size as f64/1024.0,
			maximum_weight.max_block.proof_size() as f64/1024.0,
			info.class == DispatchClass::Mandatory
		);
		return match info.class {
			// Allow mandatory extrinsics
			DispatchClass::Mandatory => Ok(()),
			_ => Err(InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources.into()),
		};
	}
	Ok(())
}

/// Checks if the current extrinsic can fit into the block with respect to block weight limits.
///
/// Upon successes, it returns the new block weight as a `Result`.
pub fn calculate_consumed_weight<Call>(
	maximum_weight: &BlockWeights,
	mut all_weight: crate::ConsumedWeight,
	info: &DispatchInfoOf<Call>,
) -> Result<crate::ConsumedWeight, TransactionValidityError>
where
	Call: Dispatchable<Info = DispatchInfo, PostInfo = PostDispatchInfo>,
{
	let extrinsic_weight =
		info.weight.saturating_add(maximum_weight.get(info.class).base_extrinsic);
	let limit_per_class = maximum_weight.get(info.class);

	// add the weight. If class is unlimited, use saturating add instead of checked one.
	if limit_per_class.max_total.is_none() && limit_per_class.reserved.is_none() {
		all_weight.accrue(extrinsic_weight, info.class)
	} else {
		all_weight.checked_accrue(extrinsic_weight, info.class).map_err(|_| {
			log::debug!(
				target: LOG_TARGET,
				"All weight checked add overflow.",
			);

			InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources
		})?;
	}

	let per_class = *all_weight.get(info.class);

	// Check if we don't exceed per-class allowance
	match limit_per_class.max_total {
		Some(max) if per_class.any_gt(max) => {
			log::debug!(
				target: LOG_TARGET,
				"Exceeded the per-class allowance.",
			);

			return Err(InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources.into());
		},
		// There is no `max_total` limit (`None`),
		// or we are below the limit.
		_ => {},
	}

	// In cases total block weight is exceeded, we need to fall back
	// to `reserved` pool if there is any.
	if all_weight.total().any_gt(maximum_weight.max_block) {
		match limit_per_class.reserved {
			// We are over the limit in reserved pool.
			Some(reserved) if per_class.any_gt(reserved) => {
				log::debug!(
					target: LOG_TARGET,
					"Total block weight is exceeded.",
				);

				return Err(InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources.into());
			},
			// There is either no limit in reserved pool (`None`),
			// or we are below the limit.
			_ => {},
		}
	}

	Ok(all_weight)
}

impl<T: Config + Send + Sync> SignedExtension for CheckWeight<T>
where
	T::RuntimeCall: Dispatchable<Info = DispatchInfo, PostInfo = PostDispatchInfo>,
{
	type AccountId = T::AccountId;
	type Call = T::RuntimeCall;
	type AdditionalSigned = ();
	type Pre = ();
	const IDENTIFIER: &'static str = "CheckWeight";

	fn additional_signed(&self) -> sp_std::result::Result<(), TransactionValidityError> {
		Ok(())
	}

	fn pre_dispatch(
		self,
		_who: &Self::AccountId,
		_call: &Self::Call,
		info: &DispatchInfoOf<Self::Call>,
		len: usize,
	) -> Result<(), TransactionValidityError> {
		Self::do_pre_dispatch(info, len)
	}

	fn validate(
		&self,
		_who: &Self::AccountId,
		_call: &Self::Call,
		info: &DispatchInfoOf<Self::Call>,
		len: usize,
	) -> TransactionValidity {
		Self::do_validate(info, len)
	}

	fn pre_dispatch_unsigned(
		_call: &Self::Call,
		info: &DispatchInfoOf<Self::Call>,
		len: usize,
	) -> Result<(), TransactionValidityError> {
		Self::do_pre_dispatch(info, len)
	}

	fn validate_unsigned(
		_call: &Self::Call,
		info: &DispatchInfoOf<Self::Call>,
		len: usize,
	) -> TransactionValidity {
		Self::do_validate(info, len)
	}

	fn post_dispatch(
		_pre: Option<Self::Pre>,
		info: &DispatchInfoOf<Self::Call>,
		post_info: &PostDispatchInfoOf<Self::Call>,
		_len: usize,
		_result: &DispatchResult,
	) -> Result<(), TransactionValidityError> {
		let unspent = post_info.calc_unspent(info);
		if unspent.any_gt(Weight::zero()) {
			crate::BlockWeight::<T>::mutate(|current_weight| {
				current_weight.reduce(unspent, info.class);
			})
		}

		log::trace!(
			target: LOG_TARGET,
			"Used block weight: {:?}",
			crate::BlockWeight::<T>::get(),
		);

		log::trace!(
			target: LOG_TARGET,
			"Used block length: {:?}",
			Pallet::<T>::all_extrinsics_len(),
		);

		Ok(())
	}
}

impl<T: Config + Send + Sync> sp_std::fmt::Debug for CheckWeight<T> {
	#[cfg(feature = "std")]
	fn fmt(&self, f: &mut sp_std::fmt::Formatter) -> sp_std::fmt::Result {
		write!(f, "CheckWeight")
	}

	#[cfg(not(feature = "std"))]
	fn fmt(&self, _: &mut sp_std::fmt::Formatter) -> sp_std::fmt::Result {
		Ok(())
	}
}

#[cfg(test)]
mod tests {
	use super::*;
	use crate::{
		mock::{new_test_ext, System, Test, CALL},
		AllExtrinsicsLen, BlockWeight, DispatchClass,
	};
	use frame_support::{assert_err, assert_ok, dispatch::Pays, weights::Weight};
	use sp_std::marker::PhantomData;

	fn block_weights() -> crate::limits::BlockWeights {
		<Test as crate::Config>::BlockWeights::get()
	}

	fn normal_weight_limit() -> Weight {
		block_weights()
			.get(DispatchClass::Normal)
			.max_total
			.unwrap_or_else(|| block_weights().max_block)
	}

	fn block_weight_limit() -> Weight {
		block_weights().max_block
	}

	fn normal_length_limit() -> u32 {
		*<Test as Config>::BlockLength::get().max.get(DispatchClass::Normal)
	}

	#[test]
	fn mandatory_extrinsic_doesnt_care_about_limits() {
		fn check(call: impl FnOnce(&DispatchInfo, usize)) {
			new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
				let max = DispatchInfo {
					weight: Weight::MAX,
					class: DispatchClass::Mandatory,
					..Default::default()
				};
				let len = 0_usize;

				call(&max, len);
			});
		}

		check(|max, len| {
			assert_ok!(CheckWeight::<Test>::do_pre_dispatch(max, len));
			assert_eq!(System::block_weight().total(), Weight::MAX);
			assert!(System::block_weight().total().ref_time() > block_weight_limit().ref_time());
		});
		check(|max, len| {
			assert_ok!(CheckWeight::<Test>::do_validate(max, len));
		});
	}

	#[test]
	fn normal_extrinsic_limited_by_maximum_extrinsic_weight() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			let max = DispatchInfo {
				weight: block_weights().get(DispatchClass::Normal).max_extrinsic.unwrap() +
					Weight::from_parts(1, 0),
				class: DispatchClass::Normal,
				..Default::default()
			};
			let len = 0_usize;
			assert_err!(
				CheckWeight::<Test>::do_validate(&max, len),
				InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources
			);
		});
	}

	#[test]
	fn operational_extrinsic_limited_by_operational_space_limit() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			let weights = block_weights();
			let operational_limit = weights
				.get(DispatchClass::Operational)
				.max_total
				.unwrap_or_else(|| weights.max_block);
			let base_weight = weights.get(DispatchClass::Operational).base_extrinsic;

			let weight = operational_limit - base_weight;
			let okay =
				DispatchInfo { weight, class: DispatchClass::Operational, ..Default::default() };
			let max = DispatchInfo {
				weight: weight + Weight::from_parts(1, 0),
				class: DispatchClass::Operational,
				..Default::default()
			};
			let len = 0_usize;

			assert_eq!(CheckWeight::<Test>::do_validate(&okay, len), Ok(Default::default()));
			assert_err!(
				CheckWeight::<Test>::do_validate(&max, len),
				InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources
			);
		});
	}

	#[test]
	fn register_extra_weight_unchecked_doesnt_care_about_limits() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			System::register_extra_weight_unchecked(Weight::MAX, DispatchClass::Normal);
			assert_eq!(System::block_weight().total(), Weight::MAX);
			assert!(System::block_weight().total().ref_time() > block_weight_limit().ref_time());
		});
	}

	#[test]
	fn full_block_with_normal_and_operational() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			// Max block is 1024
			// Max normal is 768 (75%)
			// 10 is taken for block execution weight
			// So normal extrinsic can be 758 weight (-5 for base extrinsic weight)
			// And Operational can be 246 to produce a full block (-10 for base)
			let max_normal =
				DispatchInfo { weight: Weight::from_parts(753, 0), ..Default::default() };
			let rest_operational = DispatchInfo {
				weight: Weight::from_parts(246, 0),
				class: DispatchClass::Operational,
				..Default::default()
			};

			let len = 0_usize;

			assert_ok!(CheckWeight::<Test>::do_pre_dispatch(&max_normal, len));
			assert_eq!(System::block_weight().total(), Weight::from_parts(768, 0));
			assert_ok!(CheckWeight::<Test>::do_pre_dispatch(&rest_operational, len));
			assert_eq!(block_weight_limit(), Weight::from_parts(1024, u64::MAX));
			assert_eq!(System::block_weight().total(), block_weight_limit().set_proof_size(0));
			// Checking single extrinsic should not take current block weight into account.
			assert_eq!(CheckWeight::<Test>::check_extrinsic_weight(&rest_operational), Ok(()));
		});
	}

	#[test]
	fn dispatch_order_does_not_effect_weight_logic() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			// We switch the order of `full_block_with_normal_and_operational`
			let max_normal =
				DispatchInfo { weight: Weight::from_parts(753, 0), ..Default::default() };
			let rest_operational = DispatchInfo {
				weight: Weight::from_parts(246, 0),
				class: DispatchClass::Operational,
				..Default::default()
			};

			let len = 0_usize;

			assert_ok!(CheckWeight::<Test>::do_pre_dispatch(&rest_operational, len));
			// Extra 20 here from block execution + base extrinsic weight
			assert_eq!(System::block_weight().total(), Weight::from_parts(266, 0));
			assert_ok!(CheckWeight::<Test>::do_pre_dispatch(&max_normal, len));
			assert_eq!(block_weight_limit(), Weight::from_parts(1024, u64::MAX));
			assert_eq!(System::block_weight().total(), block_weight_limit().set_proof_size(0));
		});
	}

	#[test]
	fn operational_works_on_full_block() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			// An on_initialize takes up the whole block! (Every time!)
			System::register_extra_weight_unchecked(Weight::MAX, DispatchClass::Mandatory);
			let dispatch_normal = DispatchInfo {
				weight: Weight::from_parts(251, 0),
				class: DispatchClass::Normal,
				..Default::default()
			};
			let dispatch_operational = DispatchInfo {
				weight: Weight::from_parts(246, 0),
				class: DispatchClass::Operational,
				..Default::default()
			};
			let len = 0_usize;

			assert_err!(
				CheckWeight::<Test>::do_pre_dispatch(&dispatch_normal, len),
				InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources
			);
			// Thank goodness we can still do an operational transaction to possibly save the
			// blockchain.
			assert_ok!(CheckWeight::<Test>::do_pre_dispatch(&dispatch_operational, len));
			// Not too much though
			assert_err!(
				CheckWeight::<Test>::do_pre_dispatch(&dispatch_operational, len),
				InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources
			);
			// Even with full block, validity of single transaction should be correct.
			assert_eq!(CheckWeight::<Test>::check_extrinsic_weight(&dispatch_operational), Ok(()));
		});
	}

	#[test]
	fn signed_ext_check_weight_works_operational_tx() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			let normal = DispatchInfo { weight: Weight::from_parts(100, 0), ..Default::default() };
			let op = DispatchInfo {
				weight: Weight::from_parts(100, 0),
				class: DispatchClass::Operational,
				pays_fee: Pays::Yes,
			};
			let len = 0_usize;
			let normal_limit = normal_weight_limit();

			// given almost full block
			BlockWeight::<Test>::mutate(|current_weight| {
				current_weight.set(normal_limit, DispatchClass::Normal)
			});
			// will not fit.
			assert_err!(
				CheckWeight::<Test>(PhantomData).pre_dispatch(&1, CALL, &normal, len),
				InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources
			);
			// will fit.
			assert_ok!(CheckWeight::<Test>(PhantomData).pre_dispatch(&1, CALL, &op, len));

			// likewise for length limit.
			let len = 100_usize;
			AllExtrinsicsLen::<Test>::put(normal_length_limit());
			assert_err!(
				CheckWeight::<Test>(PhantomData).pre_dispatch(&1, CALL, &normal, len),
				InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources
			);
			assert_ok!(CheckWeight::<Test>(PhantomData).pre_dispatch(&1, CALL, &op, len));
		})
	}

	#[test]
	fn signed_ext_check_weight_block_size_works() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			let normal = DispatchInfo::default();
			let normal_limit = normal_weight_limit().ref_time() as usize;
			let reset_check_weight = |tx, s, f| {
				AllExtrinsicsLen::<Test>::put(0);
				let r = CheckWeight::<Test>(PhantomData).pre_dispatch(&1, CALL, tx, s);
				if f {
					assert!(r.is_err())
				} else {
					assert!(r.is_ok())
				}
			};

			reset_check_weight(&normal, normal_limit - 1, false);
			reset_check_weight(&normal, normal_limit, false);
			reset_check_weight(&normal, normal_limit + 1, true);

			// Operational ones don't have this limit.
			let op = DispatchInfo {
				weight: Weight::zero(),
				class: DispatchClass::Operational,
				pays_fee: Pays::Yes,
			};
			reset_check_weight(&op, normal_limit, false);
			reset_check_weight(&op, normal_limit + 100, false);
			reset_check_weight(&op, 1024, false);
			reset_check_weight(&op, 1025, true);
		})
	}

	#[test]
	fn signed_ext_check_weight_works_normal_tx() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			let normal_limit = normal_weight_limit();
			let small = DispatchInfo { weight: Weight::from_parts(100, 0), ..Default::default() };
			let base_extrinsic = block_weights().get(DispatchClass::Normal).base_extrinsic;
			let medium =
				DispatchInfo { weight: normal_limit - base_extrinsic, ..Default::default() };
			let big = DispatchInfo {
				weight: normal_limit - base_extrinsic + Weight::from_parts(1, 0),
				..Default::default()
			};
			let len = 0_usize;

			let reset_check_weight = |i, f, s| {
				BlockWeight::<Test>::mutate(|current_weight| {
					current_weight.set(s, DispatchClass::Normal)
				});
				let r = CheckWeight::<Test>(PhantomData).pre_dispatch(&1, CALL, i, len);
				if f {
					assert!(r.is_err())
				} else {
					assert!(r.is_ok())
				}
			};

			reset_check_weight(&small, false, Weight::zero());
			reset_check_weight(&medium, false, Weight::zero());
			reset_check_weight(&big, true, Weight::from_parts(1, 0));
		})
	}

	#[test]
	fn signed_ext_check_weight_refund_works() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			// This is half of the max block weight
			let info = DispatchInfo { weight: Weight::from_parts(512, 0), ..Default::default() };
			let post_info = PostDispatchInfo {
				actual_weight: Some(Weight::from_parts(128, 0)),
				pays_fee: Default::default(),
			};
			let len = 0_usize;
			let base_extrinsic = block_weights().get(DispatchClass::Normal).base_extrinsic;

			// We allow 75% for normal transaction, so we put 25% - extrinsic base weight
			BlockWeight::<Test>::mutate(|current_weight| {
				current_weight.set(Weight::zero(), DispatchClass::Mandatory);
				current_weight
					.set(Weight::from_parts(256, 0) - base_extrinsic, DispatchClass::Normal);
			});

			let pre = CheckWeight::<Test>(PhantomData).pre_dispatch(&1, CALL, &info, len).unwrap();
			assert_eq!(
				BlockWeight::<Test>::get().total(),
				info.weight + Weight::from_parts(256, 0)
			);

			assert_ok!(CheckWeight::<Test>::post_dispatch(
				Some(pre),
				&info,
				&post_info,
				len,
				&Ok(())
			));
			assert_eq!(
				BlockWeight::<Test>::get().total(),
				post_info.actual_weight.unwrap() + Weight::from_parts(256, 0)
			);
		})
	}

	#[test]
	fn signed_ext_check_weight_actual_weight_higher_than_max_is_capped() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			let info = DispatchInfo { weight: Weight::from_parts(512, 0), ..Default::default() };
			let post_info = PostDispatchInfo {
				actual_weight: Some(Weight::from_parts(700, 0)),
				pays_fee: Default::default(),
			};
			let len = 0_usize;

			BlockWeight::<Test>::mutate(|current_weight| {
				current_weight.set(Weight::zero(), DispatchClass::Mandatory);
				current_weight.set(Weight::from_parts(128, 0), DispatchClass::Normal);
			});

			let pre = CheckWeight::<Test>(PhantomData).pre_dispatch(&1, CALL, &info, len).unwrap();
			assert_eq!(
				BlockWeight::<Test>::get().total(),
				info.weight +
					Weight::from_parts(128, 0) +
					block_weights().get(DispatchClass::Normal).base_extrinsic,
			);

			assert_ok!(CheckWeight::<Test>::post_dispatch(
				Some(pre),
				&info,
				&post_info,
				len,
				&Ok(())
			));
			assert_eq!(
				BlockWeight::<Test>::get().total(),
				info.weight +
					Weight::from_parts(128, 0) +
					block_weights().get(DispatchClass::Normal).base_extrinsic,
			);
		})
	}

	#[test]
	fn zero_weight_extrinsic_still_has_base_weight() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			let weights = block_weights();
			let free = DispatchInfo { weight: Weight::zero(), ..Default::default() };
			let len = 0_usize;

			// Initial weight from `weights.base_block`
			assert_eq!(System::block_weight().total(), weights.base_block);
			assert_ok!(CheckWeight::<Test>(PhantomData).pre_dispatch(&1, CALL, &free, len));
			assert_eq!(
				System::block_weight().total(),
				weights.get(DispatchClass::Normal).base_extrinsic + weights.base_block
			);
		})
	}

	#[test]
	fn normal_and_mandatory_tracked_separately() {
		new_test_ext().execute_with(|| {
			// Max block is 1024
			// Max normal is 768 (75%)
			// Max mandatory is unlimited
			let max_normal =
				DispatchInfo { weight: Weight::from_parts(753, 0), ..Default::default() };
			let mandatory = DispatchInfo {
				weight: Weight::from_parts(1019, 0),
				class: DispatchClass::Mandatory,
				..Default::default()
			};

			let len = 0_usize;

			assert_ok!(CheckWeight::<Test>::do_pre_dispatch(&max_normal, len));
			assert_eq!(System::block_weight().total(), Weight::from_parts(768, 0));
			assert_ok!(CheckWeight::<Test>::do_pre_dispatch(&mandatory, len));
			assert_eq!(block_weight_limit(), Weight::from_parts(1024, u64::MAX));
			assert_eq!(System::block_weight().total(), Weight::from_parts(1024 + 768, 0));
			assert_eq!(CheckWeight::<Test>::check_extrinsic_weight(&mandatory), Ok(()));
		});
	}

	#[test]
	fn no_max_total_should_still_be_limited_by_max_block() {
		// given
		let maximum_weight = BlockWeights::builder()
			.base_block(Weight::zero())
			.for_class(DispatchClass::non_mandatory(), |w| {
				w.base_extrinsic = Weight::zero();
				w.max_total = Some(Weight::from_parts(20, u64::MAX));
			})
			.for_class(DispatchClass::Mandatory, |w| {
				w.base_extrinsic = Weight::zero();
				w.reserved = Some(Weight::from_parts(5, u64::MAX));
				w.max_total = None;
			})
			.build_or_panic();
		let all_weight = crate::ConsumedWeight::new(|class| match class {
			DispatchClass::Normal => Weight::from_parts(10, 0),
			DispatchClass::Operational => Weight::from_parts(10, 0),
			DispatchClass::Mandatory => Weight::zero(),
		});
		assert_eq!(maximum_weight.max_block, all_weight.total().set_proof_size(u64::MAX));

		// fits into reserved
		let mandatory1 = DispatchInfo {
			weight: Weight::from_parts(5, 0),
			class: DispatchClass::Mandatory,
			..Default::default()
		};
		// does not fit into reserved and the block is full.
		let mandatory2 = DispatchInfo {
			weight: Weight::from_parts(6, 0),
			class: DispatchClass::Mandatory,
			..Default::default()
		};

		// when
		assert_ok!(calculate_consumed_weight::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
			&maximum_weight,
			all_weight.clone(),
			&mandatory1,
		));
		assert_err!(
			calculate_consumed_weight::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
				&maximum_weight,
				all_weight,
				&mandatory2,
			),
			InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources
		);
	}

	#[test]
	fn maximum_proof_size_includes_length() {
		let maximum_weight = BlockWeights::builder()
			.base_block(Weight::zero())
			.for_class(DispatchClass::non_mandatory(), |w| {
				w.base_extrinsic = Weight::zero();
				w.max_total = Some(Weight::from_parts(20, 10));
			})
			.for_class(DispatchClass::Mandatory, |w| {
				w.base_extrinsic = Weight::zero();
				w.reserved = Some(Weight::from_parts(5, 10));
				w.max_total = None;
			})
			.build_or_panic();

		assert_eq!(maximum_weight.max_block, Weight::from_parts(20, 10));

		let info = DispatchInfo { class: DispatchClass::Normal, ..Default::default() };
		let mandatory = DispatchInfo { class: DispatchClass::Mandatory, ..Default::default() };
		// We have 10 reftime and 5 proof size left over.
		let next_weight = crate::ConsumedWeight::new(|class| match class {
			DispatchClass::Normal => Weight::from_parts(10, 5),
			DispatchClass::Operational => Weight::from_parts(0, 0),
			DispatchClass::Mandatory => Weight::zero(),
		});

		// Simple checks for the length
		assert_ok!(check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
			&info,
			&maximum_weight,
			0,
			&next_weight
		));
		assert_ok!(check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
			&info,
			&maximum_weight,
			5,
			&next_weight
		));
		assert_err!(
			check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
				&info,
				&maximum_weight,
				6,
				&next_weight
			),
			InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources
		);
		assert_ok!(check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
			&mandatory,
			&maximum_weight,
			6,
			&next_weight
		));

		// We have 10 reftime and 0 proof size left over.
		let next_weight = crate::ConsumedWeight::new(|class| match class {
			DispatchClass::Normal => Weight::from_parts(10, 10),
			DispatchClass::Operational => Weight::from_parts(0, 0),
			DispatchClass::Mandatory => Weight::zero(),
		});
		assert_ok!(check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
			&info,
			&maximum_weight,
			0,
			&next_weight
		));
		assert_err!(
			check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
				&info,
				&maximum_weight,
				1,
				&next_weight
			),
			InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources
		);
		assert_ok!(check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
			&mandatory,
			&maximum_weight,
			1,
			&next_weight
		));

		// We have 10 reftime and 2 proof size left over.
		// Used weight is spread across dispatch classes this time.
		let next_weight = crate::ConsumedWeight::new(|class| match class {
			DispatchClass::Normal => Weight::from_parts(10, 5),
			DispatchClass::Operational => Weight::from_parts(0, 3),
			DispatchClass::Mandatory => Weight::zero(),
		});
		assert_ok!(check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
			&info,
			&maximum_weight,
			0,
			&next_weight
		));
		assert_ok!(check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
			&info,
			&maximum_weight,
			2,
			&next_weight
		));
		assert_err!(
			check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
				&info,
				&maximum_weight,
				3,
				&next_weight
			),
			InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources
		);
		assert_ok!(check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
			&mandatory,
			&maximum_weight,
			3,
			&next_weight
		));

		// Ref time is over the limit. Should not happen, but we should make sure that it is
		// ignored.
		let next_weight = crate::ConsumedWeight::new(|class| match class {
			DispatchClass::Normal => Weight::from_parts(30, 5),
			DispatchClass::Operational => Weight::from_parts(0, 0),
			DispatchClass::Mandatory => Weight::zero(),
		});
		assert_ok!(check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
			&info,
			&maximum_weight,
			0,
			&next_weight
		));
		assert_ok!(check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
			&info,
			&maximum_weight,
			5,
			&next_weight
		));
		assert_err!(
			check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
				&info,
				&maximum_weight,
				6,
				&next_weight
			),
			InvalidTransaction::ExhaustsResources
		);
		assert_ok!(check_combined_proof_size::<<Test as Config>::RuntimeCall>(
			&mandatory,
			&maximum_weight,
			6,
			&next_weight
		));
	}
}