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File:build/llvm-toolchain-snapshot-16~++20221003111214+1fa2019828ca/lldb/source/Plugins/Process/elf-core/ProcessElfCore.cpp
Warning:line 710, column 13
Value stored to 'had_nt_regs' is never read

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1//===-- ProcessElfCore.cpp ------------------------------------------------===//
2//
3// Part of the LLVM Project, under the Apache License v2.0 with LLVM Exceptions.
4// See https://llvm.org/LICENSE.txt for license information.
5// SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 WITH LLVM-exception
6//
7//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
8
9#include <cstdlib>
10
11#include <memory>
12#include <mutex>
13
14#include "lldb/Core/Module.h"
15#include "lldb/Core/ModuleSpec.h"
16#include "lldb/Core/PluginManager.h"
17#include "lldb/Core/Section.h"
18#include "lldb/Target/ABI.h"
19#include "lldb/Target/DynamicLoader.h"
20#include "lldb/Target/MemoryRegionInfo.h"
21#include "lldb/Target/Target.h"
22#include "lldb/Target/UnixSignals.h"
23#include "lldb/Utility/DataBufferHeap.h"
24#include "lldb/Utility/LLDBLog.h"
25#include "lldb/Utility/Log.h"
26#include "lldb/Utility/State.h"
27
28#include "llvm/BinaryFormat/ELF.h"
29#include "llvm/Support/Threading.h"
30
31#include "Plugins/DynamicLoader/POSIX-DYLD/DynamicLoaderPOSIXDYLD.h"
32#include "Plugins/ObjectFile/ELF/ObjectFileELF.h"
33#include "Plugins/Process/elf-core/RegisterUtilities.h"
34#include "ProcessElfCore.h"
35#include "ThreadElfCore.h"
36
37using namespace lldb_private;
38namespace ELF = llvm::ELF;
39
40LLDB_PLUGIN_DEFINE(ProcessElfCore)namespace lldb_private { void lldb_initialize_ProcessElfCore(
) { ProcessElfCore::Initialize(); } void lldb_terminate_ProcessElfCore
() { ProcessElfCore::Terminate(); } }
41
42llvm::StringRef ProcessElfCore::GetPluginDescriptionStatic() {
43 return "ELF core dump plug-in.";
44}
45
46void ProcessElfCore::Terminate() {
47 PluginManager::UnregisterPlugin(ProcessElfCore::CreateInstance);
48}
49
50lldb::ProcessSP ProcessElfCore::CreateInstance(lldb::TargetSP target_sp,
51 lldb::ListenerSP listener_sp,
52 const FileSpec *crash_file,
53 bool can_connect) {
54 lldb::ProcessSP process_sp;
55 if (crash_file && !can_connect) {
56 // Read enough data for a ELF32 header or ELF64 header Note: Here we care
57 // about e_type field only, so it is safe to ignore possible presence of
58 // the header extension.
59 const size_t header_size = sizeof(llvm::ELF::Elf64_Ehdr);
60
61 auto data_sp = FileSystem::Instance().CreateDataBuffer(
62 crash_file->GetPath(), header_size, 0);
63 if (data_sp && data_sp->GetByteSize() == header_size &&
64 elf::ELFHeader::MagicBytesMatch(data_sp->GetBytes())) {
65 elf::ELFHeader elf_header;
66 DataExtractor data(data_sp, lldb::eByteOrderLittle, 4);
67 lldb::offset_t data_offset = 0;
68 if (elf_header.Parse(data, &data_offset)) {
69 // Check whether we're dealing with a raw FreeBSD "full memory dump"
70 // ELF vmcore that needs to be handled via FreeBSDKernel plugin instead.
71 if (elf_header.e_ident[7] == 0xFF && elf_header.e_version == 0)
72 return process_sp;
73 if (elf_header.e_type == llvm::ELF::ET_CORE)
74 process_sp = std::make_shared<ProcessElfCore>(target_sp, listener_sp,
75 *crash_file);
76 }
77 }
78 }
79 return process_sp;
80}
81
82bool ProcessElfCore::CanDebug(lldb::TargetSP target_sp,
83 bool plugin_specified_by_name) {
84 // For now we are just making sure the file exists for a given module
85 if (!m_core_module_sp && FileSystem::Instance().Exists(m_core_file)) {
86 ModuleSpec core_module_spec(m_core_file, target_sp->GetArchitecture());
87 Status error(ModuleList::GetSharedModule(core_module_spec, m_core_module_sp,
88 nullptr, nullptr, nullptr));
89 if (m_core_module_sp) {
90 ObjectFile *core_objfile = m_core_module_sp->GetObjectFile();
91 if (core_objfile && core_objfile->GetType() == ObjectFile::eTypeCoreFile)
92 return true;
93 }
94 }
95 return false;
96}
97
98// ProcessElfCore constructor
99ProcessElfCore::ProcessElfCore(lldb::TargetSP target_sp,
100 lldb::ListenerSP listener_sp,
101 const FileSpec &core_file)
102 : PostMortemProcess(target_sp, listener_sp), m_core_file(core_file) {}
103
104// Destructor
105ProcessElfCore::~ProcessElfCore() {
106 Clear();
107 // We need to call finalize on the process before destroying ourselves to
108 // make sure all of the broadcaster cleanup goes as planned. If we destruct
109 // this class, then Process::~Process() might have problems trying to fully
110 // destroy the broadcaster.
111 Finalize();
112}
113
114lldb::addr_t ProcessElfCore::AddAddressRangeFromLoadSegment(
115 const elf::ELFProgramHeader &header) {
116 const lldb::addr_t addr = header.p_vaddr;
117 FileRange file_range(header.p_offset, header.p_filesz);
118 VMRangeToFileOffset::Entry range_entry(addr, header.p_memsz, file_range);
119
120 // Only add to m_core_aranges if the file size is non zero. Some core files
121 // have PT_LOAD segments for all address ranges, but set f_filesz to zero for
122 // the .text sections since they can be retrieved from the object files.
123 if (header.p_filesz > 0) {
124 VMRangeToFileOffset::Entry *last_entry = m_core_aranges.Back();
125 if (last_entry && last_entry->GetRangeEnd() == range_entry.GetRangeBase() &&
126 last_entry->data.GetRangeEnd() == range_entry.data.GetRangeBase() &&
127 last_entry->GetByteSize() == last_entry->data.GetByteSize()) {
128 last_entry->SetRangeEnd(range_entry.GetRangeEnd());
129 last_entry->data.SetRangeEnd(range_entry.data.GetRangeEnd());
130 } else {
131 m_core_aranges.Append(range_entry);
132 }
133 }
134 // Keep a separate map of permissions that that isn't coalesced so all ranges
135 // are maintained.
136 const uint32_t permissions =
137 ((header.p_flags & llvm::ELF::PF_R) ? lldb::ePermissionsReadable : 0u) |
138 ((header.p_flags & llvm::ELF::PF_W) ? lldb::ePermissionsWritable : 0u) |
139 ((header.p_flags & llvm::ELF::PF_X) ? lldb::ePermissionsExecutable : 0u);
140
141 m_core_range_infos.Append(
142 VMRangeToPermissions::Entry(addr, header.p_memsz, permissions));
143
144 return addr;
145}
146
147lldb::addr_t ProcessElfCore::AddAddressRangeFromMemoryTagSegment(
148 const elf::ELFProgramHeader &header) {
149 // If lldb understood multiple kinds of tag segments we would record the type
150 // of the segment here also. As long as there is only 1 type lldb looks for,
151 // there is no need.
152 FileRange file_range(header.p_offset, header.p_filesz);
153 m_core_tag_ranges.Append(
154 VMRangeToFileOffset::Entry(header.p_vaddr, header.p_memsz, file_range));
155
156 return header.p_vaddr;
157}
158
159// Process Control
160Status ProcessElfCore::DoLoadCore() {
161 Status error;
162 if (!m_core_module_sp) {
163 error.SetErrorString("invalid core module");
164 return error;
165 }
166
167 ObjectFileELF *core = (ObjectFileELF *)(m_core_module_sp->GetObjectFile());
168 if (core == nullptr) {
169 error.SetErrorString("invalid core object file");
170 return error;
171 }
172
173 llvm::ArrayRef<elf::ELFProgramHeader> segments = core->ProgramHeaders();
174 if (segments.size() == 0) {
175 error.SetErrorString("core file has no segments");
176 return error;
177 }
178
179 SetCanJIT(false);
180
181 m_thread_data_valid = true;
182
183 bool ranges_are_sorted = true;
184 lldb::addr_t vm_addr = 0;
185 lldb::addr_t tag_addr = 0;
186 /// Walk through segments and Thread and Address Map information.
187 /// PT_NOTE - Contains Thread and Register information
188 /// PT_LOAD - Contains a contiguous range of Process Address Space
189 /// PT_AARCH64_MEMTAG_MTE - Contains AArch64 MTE memory tags for a range of
190 /// Process Address Space.
191 for (const elf::ELFProgramHeader &H : segments) {
192 DataExtractor data = core->GetSegmentData(H);
193
194 // Parse thread contexts and auxv structure
195 if (H.p_type == llvm::ELF::PT_NOTE) {
196 if (llvm::Error error = ParseThreadContextsFromNoteSegment(H, data))
197 return Status(std::move(error));
198 }
199 // PT_LOAD segments contains address map
200 if (H.p_type == llvm::ELF::PT_LOAD) {
201 lldb::addr_t last_addr = AddAddressRangeFromLoadSegment(H);
202 if (vm_addr > last_addr)
203 ranges_are_sorted = false;
204 vm_addr = last_addr;
205 } else if (H.p_type == llvm::ELF::PT_AARCH64_MEMTAG_MTE) {
206 lldb::addr_t last_addr = AddAddressRangeFromMemoryTagSegment(H);
207 if (tag_addr > last_addr)
208 ranges_are_sorted = false;
209 tag_addr = last_addr;
210 }
211 }
212
213 if (!ranges_are_sorted) {
214 m_core_aranges.Sort();
215 m_core_range_infos.Sort();
216 m_core_tag_ranges.Sort();
217 }
218
219 // Even if the architecture is set in the target, we need to override it to
220 // match the core file which is always single arch.
221 ArchSpec arch(m_core_module_sp->GetArchitecture());
222
223 ArchSpec target_arch = GetTarget().GetArchitecture();
224 ArchSpec core_arch(m_core_module_sp->GetArchitecture());
225 target_arch.MergeFrom(core_arch);
226 GetTarget().SetArchitecture(target_arch);
227
228 SetUnixSignals(UnixSignals::Create(GetArchitecture()));
229
230 // Ensure we found at least one thread that was stopped on a signal.
231 bool siginfo_signal_found = false;
232 bool prstatus_signal_found = false;
233 // Check we found a signal in a SIGINFO note.
234 for (const auto &thread_data : m_thread_data) {
235 if (thread_data.signo != 0)
236 siginfo_signal_found = true;
237 if (thread_data.prstatus_sig != 0)
238 prstatus_signal_found = true;
239 }
240 if (!siginfo_signal_found) {
241 // If we don't have signal from SIGINFO use the signal from each threads
242 // PRSTATUS note.
243 if (prstatus_signal_found) {
244 for (auto &thread_data : m_thread_data)
245 thread_data.signo = thread_data.prstatus_sig;
246 } else if (m_thread_data.size() > 0) {
247 // If all else fails force the first thread to be SIGSTOP
248 m_thread_data.begin()->signo =
249 GetUnixSignals()->GetSignalNumberFromName("SIGSTOP");
250 }
251 }
252
253 // Core files are useless without the main executable. See if we can locate
254 // the main executable using data we found in the core file notes.
255 lldb::ModuleSP exe_module_sp = GetTarget().GetExecutableModule();
256 if (!exe_module_sp) {
257 // The first entry in the NT_FILE might be our executable
258 if (!m_nt_file_entries.empty()) {
259 ModuleSpec exe_module_spec;
260 exe_module_spec.GetArchitecture() = arch;
261 exe_module_spec.GetFileSpec().SetFile(
262 m_nt_file_entries[0].path.GetCString(), FileSpec::Style::native);
263 if (exe_module_spec.GetFileSpec()) {
264 exe_module_sp = GetTarget().GetOrCreateModule(exe_module_spec,
265 true /* notify */);
266 if (exe_module_sp)
267 GetTarget().SetExecutableModule(exe_module_sp, eLoadDependentsNo);
268 }
269 }
270 }
271 return error;
272}
273
274lldb_private::DynamicLoader *ProcessElfCore::GetDynamicLoader() {
275 if (m_dyld_up.get() == nullptr)
276 m_dyld_up.reset(DynamicLoader::FindPlugin(
277 this, DynamicLoaderPOSIXDYLD::GetPluginNameStatic()));
278 return m_dyld_up.get();
279}
280
281bool ProcessElfCore::DoUpdateThreadList(ThreadList &old_thread_list,
282 ThreadList &new_thread_list) {
283 const uint32_t num_threads = GetNumThreadContexts();
284 if (!m_thread_data_valid)
285 return false;
286
287 for (lldb::tid_t tid = 0; tid < num_threads; ++tid) {
288 const ThreadData &td = m_thread_data[tid];
289 lldb::ThreadSP thread_sp(new ThreadElfCore(*this, td));
290 new_thread_list.AddThread(thread_sp);
291 }
292 return new_thread_list.GetSize(false) > 0;
293}
294
295void ProcessElfCore::RefreshStateAfterStop() {}
296
297Status ProcessElfCore::DoDestroy() { return Status(); }
298
299// Process Queries
300
301bool ProcessElfCore::IsAlive() { return true; }
302
303// Process Memory
304size_t ProcessElfCore::ReadMemory(lldb::addr_t addr, void *buf, size_t size,
305 Status &error) {
306 if (lldb::ABISP abi_sp = GetABI())
307 addr = abi_sp->FixAnyAddress(addr);
308
309 // Don't allow the caching that lldb_private::Process::ReadMemory does since
310 // in core files we have it all cached our our core file anyway.
311 return DoReadMemory(addr, buf, size, error);
312}
313
314Status ProcessElfCore::DoGetMemoryRegionInfo(lldb::addr_t load_addr,
315 MemoryRegionInfo &region_info) {
316 region_info.Clear();
317 const VMRangeToPermissions::Entry *permission_entry =
318 m_core_range_infos.FindEntryThatContainsOrFollows(load_addr);
319 if (permission_entry) {
320 if (permission_entry->Contains(load_addr)) {
321 region_info.GetRange().SetRangeBase(permission_entry->GetRangeBase());
322 region_info.GetRange().SetRangeEnd(permission_entry->GetRangeEnd());
323 const Flags permissions(permission_entry->data);
324 region_info.SetReadable(permissions.Test(lldb::ePermissionsReadable)
325 ? MemoryRegionInfo::eYes
326 : MemoryRegionInfo::eNo);
327 region_info.SetWritable(permissions.Test(lldb::ePermissionsWritable)
328 ? MemoryRegionInfo::eYes
329 : MemoryRegionInfo::eNo);
330 region_info.SetExecutable(permissions.Test(lldb::ePermissionsExecutable)
331 ? MemoryRegionInfo::eYes
332 : MemoryRegionInfo::eNo);
333 region_info.SetMapped(MemoryRegionInfo::eYes);
334
335 // A region is memory tagged if there is a memory tag segment that covers
336 // the exact same range.
337 region_info.SetMemoryTagged(MemoryRegionInfo::eNo);
338 const VMRangeToFileOffset::Entry *tag_entry =
339 m_core_tag_ranges.FindEntryStartsAt(permission_entry->GetRangeBase());
340 if (tag_entry &&
341 tag_entry->GetRangeEnd() == permission_entry->GetRangeEnd())
342 region_info.SetMemoryTagged(MemoryRegionInfo::eYes);
343 } else if (load_addr < permission_entry->GetRangeBase()) {
344 region_info.GetRange().SetRangeBase(load_addr);
345 region_info.GetRange().SetRangeEnd(permission_entry->GetRangeBase());
346 region_info.SetReadable(MemoryRegionInfo::eNo);
347 region_info.SetWritable(MemoryRegionInfo::eNo);
348 region_info.SetExecutable(MemoryRegionInfo::eNo);
349 region_info.SetMapped(MemoryRegionInfo::eNo);
350 region_info.SetMemoryTagged(MemoryRegionInfo::eNo);
351 }
352 return Status();
353 }
354
355 region_info.GetRange().SetRangeBase(load_addr);
356 region_info.GetRange().SetRangeEnd(LLDB_INVALID_ADDRESS(18446744073709551615UL));
357 region_info.SetReadable(MemoryRegionInfo::eNo);
358 region_info.SetWritable(MemoryRegionInfo::eNo);
359 region_info.SetExecutable(MemoryRegionInfo::eNo);
360 region_info.SetMapped(MemoryRegionInfo::eNo);
361 region_info.SetMemoryTagged(MemoryRegionInfo::eNo);
362 return Status();
363}
364
365size_t ProcessElfCore::DoReadMemory(lldb::addr_t addr, void *buf, size_t size,
366 Status &error) {
367 ObjectFile *core_objfile = m_core_module_sp->GetObjectFile();
368
369 if (core_objfile == nullptr)
370 return 0;
371
372 // Get the address range
373 const VMRangeToFileOffset::Entry *address_range =
374 m_core_aranges.FindEntryThatContains(addr);
375 if (address_range == nullptr || address_range->GetRangeEnd() < addr) {
376 error.SetErrorStringWithFormat("core file does not contain 0x%" PRIx64"l" "x",
377 addr);
378 return 0;
379 }
380
381 // Convert the address into core file offset
382 const lldb::addr_t offset = addr - address_range->GetRangeBase();
383 const lldb::addr_t file_start = address_range->data.GetRangeBase();
384 const lldb::addr_t file_end = address_range->data.GetRangeEnd();
385 size_t bytes_to_read = size; // Number of bytes to read from the core file
386 size_t bytes_copied = 0; // Number of bytes actually read from the core file
387 lldb::addr_t bytes_left =
388 0; // Number of bytes available in the core file from the given address
389
390 // Don't proceed if core file doesn't contain the actual data for this
391 // address range.
392 if (file_start == file_end)
393 return 0;
394
395 // Figure out how many on-disk bytes remain in this segment starting at the
396 // given offset
397 if (file_end > file_start + offset)
398 bytes_left = file_end - (file_start + offset);
399
400 if (bytes_to_read > bytes_left)
401 bytes_to_read = bytes_left;
402
403 // If there is data available on the core file read it
404 if (bytes_to_read)
405 bytes_copied =
406 core_objfile->CopyData(offset + file_start, bytes_to_read, buf);
407
408 return bytes_copied;
409}
410
411llvm::Expected<std::vector<lldb::addr_t>>
412ProcessElfCore::ReadMemoryTags(lldb::addr_t addr, size_t len) {
413 ObjectFile *core_objfile = m_core_module_sp->GetObjectFile();
414 if (core_objfile == nullptr)
415 return llvm::createStringError(llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode(),
416 "No core object file.");
417
418 llvm::Expected<const MemoryTagManager *> tag_manager_or_err =
419 GetMemoryTagManager();
420 if (!tag_manager_or_err)
421 return tag_manager_or_err.takeError();
422
423 // LLDB only supports AArch64 MTE tag segments so we do not need to worry
424 // about the segment type here. If you got here then you must have a tag
425 // manager (meaning you are debugging AArch64) and all the segments in this
426 // list will have had type PT_AARCH64_MEMTAG_MTE.
427 const VMRangeToFileOffset::Entry *tag_entry =
428 m_core_tag_ranges.FindEntryThatContains(addr);
429 // If we don't have a tag segment or the range asked for extends outside the
430 // segment.
431 if (!tag_entry || (addr + len) >= tag_entry->GetRangeEnd())
432 return llvm::createStringError(llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode(),
433 "No tag segment that covers this range.");
434
435 const MemoryTagManager *tag_manager = *tag_manager_or_err;
436 return tag_manager->UnpackTagsFromCoreFileSegment(
437 [core_objfile](lldb::offset_t offset, size_t length, void *dst) {
438 return core_objfile->CopyData(offset, length, dst);
439 },
440 tag_entry->GetRangeBase(), tag_entry->data.GetRangeBase(), addr, len);
441}
442
443void ProcessElfCore::Clear() {
444 m_thread_list.Clear();
445
446 SetUnixSignals(std::make_shared<UnixSignals>());
447}
448
449void ProcessElfCore::Initialize() {
450 static llvm::once_flag g_once_flag;
451
452 llvm::call_once(g_once_flag, []() {
453 PluginManager::RegisterPlugin(GetPluginNameStatic(),
454 GetPluginDescriptionStatic(), CreateInstance);
455 });
456}
457
458lldb::addr_t ProcessElfCore::GetImageInfoAddress() {
459 ObjectFile *obj_file = GetTarget().GetExecutableModule()->GetObjectFile();
460 Address addr = obj_file->GetImageInfoAddress(&GetTarget());
461
462 if (addr.IsValid())
463 return addr.GetLoadAddress(&GetTarget());
464 return LLDB_INVALID_ADDRESS(18446744073709551615UL);
465}
466
467// Parse a FreeBSD NT_PRSTATUS note - see FreeBSD sys/procfs.h for details.
468static void ParseFreeBSDPrStatus(ThreadData &thread_data,
469 const DataExtractor &data,
470 bool lp64) {
471 lldb::offset_t offset = 0;
472 int pr_version = data.GetU32(&offset);
473
474 Log *log = GetLog(LLDBLog::Process);
475 if (log) {
476 if (pr_version > 1)
477 LLDB_LOGF(log, "FreeBSD PRSTATUS unexpected version %d", pr_version)do { ::lldb_private::Log *log_private = (log); if (log_private
) log_private->Printf("FreeBSD PRSTATUS unexpected version %d"
, pr_version); } while (0)
;
478 }
479
480 // Skip padding, pr_statussz, pr_gregsetsz, pr_fpregsetsz, pr_osreldate
481 if (lp64)
482 offset += 32;
483 else
484 offset += 16;
485
486 thread_data.signo = data.GetU32(&offset); // pr_cursig
487 thread_data.tid = data.GetU32(&offset); // pr_pid
488 if (lp64)
489 offset += 4;
490
491 size_t len = data.GetByteSize() - offset;
492 thread_data.gpregset = DataExtractor(data, offset, len);
493}
494
495// Parse a FreeBSD NT_PRPSINFO note - see FreeBSD sys/procfs.h for details.
496static void ParseFreeBSDPrPsInfo(ProcessElfCore &process,
497 const DataExtractor &data,
498 bool lp64) {
499 lldb::offset_t offset = 0;
500 int pr_version = data.GetU32(&offset);
501
502 Log *log = GetLog(LLDBLog::Process);
503 if (log) {
504 if (pr_version > 1)
505 LLDB_LOGF(log, "FreeBSD PRPSINFO unexpected version %d", pr_version)do { ::lldb_private::Log *log_private = (log); if (log_private
) log_private->Printf("FreeBSD PRPSINFO unexpected version %d"
, pr_version); } while (0)
;
506 }
507
508 // Skip pr_psinfosz, pr_fname, pr_psargs
509 offset += 108;
510 if (lp64)
511 offset += 4;
512
513 process.SetID(data.GetU32(&offset)); // pr_pid
514}
515
516static llvm::Error ParseNetBSDProcInfo(const DataExtractor &data,
517 uint32_t &cpi_nlwps,
518 uint32_t &cpi_signo,
519 uint32_t &cpi_siglwp,
520 uint32_t &cpi_pid) {
521 lldb::offset_t offset = 0;
522
523 uint32_t version = data.GetU32(&offset);
524 if (version != 1)
525 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
526 "Error parsing NetBSD core(5) notes: Unsupported procinfo version",
527 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
528
529 uint32_t cpisize = data.GetU32(&offset);
530 if (cpisize != NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_SIZE)
531 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
532 "Error parsing NetBSD core(5) notes: Unsupported procinfo size",
533 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
534
535 cpi_signo = data.GetU32(&offset); /* killing signal */
536
537 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_SIGCODE_SIZE;
538 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_SIGPEND_SIZE;
539 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_SIGMASK_SIZE;
540 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_SIGIGNORE_SIZE;
541 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_SIGCATCH_SIZE;
542 cpi_pid = data.GetU32(&offset);
543 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_PPID_SIZE;
544 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_PGRP_SIZE;
545 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_SID_SIZE;
546 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_RUID_SIZE;
547 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_EUID_SIZE;
548 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_SVUID_SIZE;
549 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_RGID_SIZE;
550 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_EGID_SIZE;
551 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_SVGID_SIZE;
552 cpi_nlwps = data.GetU32(&offset); /* number of LWPs */
553
554 offset += NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO_CPI_NAME_SIZE;
555 cpi_siglwp = data.GetU32(&offset); /* LWP target of killing signal */
556
557 return llvm::Error::success();
558}
559
560static void ParseOpenBSDProcInfo(ThreadData &thread_data,
561 const DataExtractor &data) {
562 lldb::offset_t offset = 0;
563
564 int version = data.GetU32(&offset);
565 if (version != 1)
566 return;
567
568 offset += 4;
569 thread_data.signo = data.GetU32(&offset);
570}
571
572llvm::Expected<std::vector<CoreNote>>
573ProcessElfCore::parseSegment(const DataExtractor &segment) {
574 lldb::offset_t offset = 0;
575 std::vector<CoreNote> result;
576
577 while (offset < segment.GetByteSize()) {
578 ELFNote note = ELFNote();
579 if (!note.Parse(segment, &offset))
580 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
581 "Unable to parse note segment", llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
582
583 size_t note_start = offset;
584 size_t note_size = llvm::alignTo(note.n_descsz, 4);
585
586 result.push_back({note, DataExtractor(segment, note_start, note_size)});
587 offset += note_size;
588 }
589
590 return std::move(result);
591}
592
593llvm::Error ProcessElfCore::parseFreeBSDNotes(llvm::ArrayRef<CoreNote> notes) {
594 ArchSpec arch = GetArchitecture();
595 bool lp64 = (arch.GetMachine() == llvm::Triple::aarch64 ||
596 arch.GetMachine() == llvm::Triple::mips64 ||
597 arch.GetMachine() == llvm::Triple::ppc64 ||
598 arch.GetMachine() == llvm::Triple::x86_64);
599 bool have_prstatus = false;
600 bool have_prpsinfo = false;
601 ThreadData thread_data;
602 for (const auto &note : notes) {
603 if (note.info.n_name != "FreeBSD")
604 continue;
605
606 if ((note.info.n_type == ELF::NT_PRSTATUS && have_prstatus) ||
607 (note.info.n_type == ELF::NT_PRPSINFO && have_prpsinfo)) {
608 assert(thread_data.gpregset.GetByteSize() > 0)(static_cast <bool> (thread_data.gpregset.GetByteSize()
> 0) ? void (0) : __assert_fail ("thread_data.gpregset.GetByteSize() > 0"
, "lldb/source/Plugins/Process/elf-core/ProcessElfCore.cpp", 608
, __extension__ __PRETTY_FUNCTION__))
;
609 // Add the new thread to thread list
610 m_thread_data.push_back(thread_data);
611 thread_data = ThreadData();
612 have_prstatus = false;
613 have_prpsinfo = false;
614 }
615
616 switch (note.info.n_type) {
617 case ELF::NT_PRSTATUS:
618 have_prstatus = true;
619 ParseFreeBSDPrStatus(thread_data, note.data, lp64);
620 break;
621 case ELF::NT_PRPSINFO:
622 have_prpsinfo = true;
623 ParseFreeBSDPrPsInfo(*this, note.data, lp64);
624 break;
625 case ELF::NT_FREEBSD_THRMISC: {
626 lldb::offset_t offset = 0;
627 thread_data.name = note.data.GetCStr(&offset, 20);
628 break;
629 }
630 case ELF::NT_FREEBSD_PROCSTAT_AUXV:
631 // FIXME: FreeBSD sticks an int at the beginning of the note
632 m_auxv = DataExtractor(note.data, 4, note.data.GetByteSize() - 4);
633 break;
634 default:
635 thread_data.notes.push_back(note);
636 break;
637 }
638 }
639 if (!have_prstatus) {
640 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
641 "Could not find NT_PRSTATUS note in core file.",
642 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
643 }
644 m_thread_data.push_back(thread_data);
645 return llvm::Error::success();
646}
647
648/// NetBSD specific Thread context from PT_NOTE segment
649///
650/// NetBSD ELF core files use notes to provide information about
651/// the process's state. The note name is "NetBSD-CORE" for
652/// information that is global to the process, and "NetBSD-CORE@nn",
653/// where "nn" is the lwpid of the LWP that the information belongs
654/// to (such as register state).
655///
656/// NetBSD uses the following note identifiers:
657///
658/// ELF_NOTE_NETBSD_CORE_PROCINFO (value 1)
659/// Note is a "netbsd_elfcore_procinfo" structure.
660/// ELF_NOTE_NETBSD_CORE_AUXV (value 2; since NetBSD 8.0)
661/// Note is an array of AuxInfo structures.
662///
663/// NetBSD also uses ptrace(2) request numbers (the ones that exist in
664/// machine-dependent space) to identify register info notes. The
665/// info in such notes is in the same format that ptrace(2) would
666/// export that information.
667///
668/// For more information see /usr/include/sys/exec_elf.h
669///
670llvm::Error ProcessElfCore::parseNetBSDNotes(llvm::ArrayRef<CoreNote> notes) {
671 ThreadData thread_data;
672 bool had_nt_regs = false;
673
674 // To be extracted from struct netbsd_elfcore_procinfo
675 // Used to sanity check of the LWPs of the process
676 uint32_t nlwps = 0;
677 uint32_t signo = 0; // killing signal
678 uint32_t siglwp = 0; // LWP target of killing signal
679 uint32_t pr_pid = 0;
680
681 for (const auto &note : notes) {
682 llvm::StringRef name = note.info.n_name;
683
684 if (name == "NetBSD-CORE") {
685 if (note.info.n_type == NETBSD::NT_PROCINFO) {
686 llvm::Error error = ParseNetBSDProcInfo(note.data, nlwps, signo,
687 siglwp, pr_pid);
688 if (error)
689 return error;
690 SetID(pr_pid);
691 } else if (note.info.n_type == NETBSD::NT_AUXV) {
692 m_auxv = note.data;
693 }
694 } else if (name.consume_front("NetBSD-CORE@")) {
695 lldb::tid_t tid;
696 if (name.getAsInteger(10, tid))
697 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
698 "Error parsing NetBSD core(5) notes: Cannot convert LWP ID "
699 "to integer",
700 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
701
702 switch (GetArchitecture().GetMachine()) {
703 case llvm::Triple::aarch64: {
704 // Assume order PT_GETREGS, PT_GETFPREGS
705 if (note.info.n_type == NETBSD::AARCH64::NT_REGS) {
706 // If this is the next thread, push the previous one first.
707 if (had_nt_regs) {
708 m_thread_data.push_back(thread_data);
709 thread_data = ThreadData();
710 had_nt_regs = false;
Value stored to 'had_nt_regs' is never read
711 }
712
713 thread_data.gpregset = note.data;
714 thread_data.tid = tid;
715 if (thread_data.gpregset.GetByteSize() == 0)
716 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
717 "Could not find general purpose registers note in core file.",
718 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
719 had_nt_regs = true;
720 } else if (note.info.n_type == NETBSD::AARCH64::NT_FPREGS) {
721 if (!had_nt_regs || tid != thread_data.tid)
722 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
723 "Error parsing NetBSD core(5) notes: Unexpected order "
724 "of NOTEs PT_GETFPREG before PT_GETREG",
725 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
726 thread_data.notes.push_back(note);
727 }
728 } break;
729 case llvm::Triple::x86: {
730 // Assume order PT_GETREGS, PT_GETFPREGS
731 if (note.info.n_type == NETBSD::I386::NT_REGS) {
732 // If this is the next thread, push the previous one first.
733 if (had_nt_regs) {
734 m_thread_data.push_back(thread_data);
735 thread_data = ThreadData();
736 had_nt_regs = false;
737 }
738
739 thread_data.gpregset = note.data;
740 thread_data.tid = tid;
741 if (thread_data.gpregset.GetByteSize() == 0)
742 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
743 "Could not find general purpose registers note in core file.",
744 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
745 had_nt_regs = true;
746 } else if (note.info.n_type == NETBSD::I386::NT_FPREGS) {
747 if (!had_nt_regs || tid != thread_data.tid)
748 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
749 "Error parsing NetBSD core(5) notes: Unexpected order "
750 "of NOTEs PT_GETFPREG before PT_GETREG",
751 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
752 thread_data.notes.push_back(note);
753 }
754 } break;
755 case llvm::Triple::x86_64: {
756 // Assume order PT_GETREGS, PT_GETFPREGS
757 if (note.info.n_type == NETBSD::AMD64::NT_REGS) {
758 // If this is the next thread, push the previous one first.
759 if (had_nt_regs) {
760 m_thread_data.push_back(thread_data);
761 thread_data = ThreadData();
762 had_nt_regs = false;
763 }
764
765 thread_data.gpregset = note.data;
766 thread_data.tid = tid;
767 if (thread_data.gpregset.GetByteSize() == 0)
768 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
769 "Could not find general purpose registers note in core file.",
770 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
771 had_nt_regs = true;
772 } else if (note.info.n_type == NETBSD::AMD64::NT_FPREGS) {
773 if (!had_nt_regs || tid != thread_data.tid)
774 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
775 "Error parsing NetBSD core(5) notes: Unexpected order "
776 "of NOTEs PT_GETFPREG before PT_GETREG",
777 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
778 thread_data.notes.push_back(note);
779 }
780 } break;
781 default:
782 break;
783 }
784 }
785 }
786
787 // Push the last thread.
788 if (had_nt_regs)
789 m_thread_data.push_back(thread_data);
790
791 if (m_thread_data.empty())
792 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
793 "Error parsing NetBSD core(5) notes: No threads information "
794 "specified in notes",
795 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
796
797 if (m_thread_data.size() != nlwps)
798 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
799 "Error parsing NetBSD core(5) notes: Mismatch between the number "
800 "of LWPs in netbsd_elfcore_procinfo and the number of LWPs specified "
801 "by MD notes",
802 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
803
804 // Signal targeted at the whole process.
805 if (siglwp == 0) {
806 for (auto &data : m_thread_data)
807 data.signo = signo;
808 }
809 // Signal destined for a particular LWP.
810 else {
811 bool passed = false;
812
813 for (auto &data : m_thread_data) {
814 if (data.tid == siglwp) {
815 data.signo = signo;
816 passed = true;
817 break;
818 }
819 }
820
821 if (!passed)
822 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
823 "Error parsing NetBSD core(5) notes: Signal passed to unknown LWP",
824 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
825 }
826
827 return llvm::Error::success();
828}
829
830llvm::Error ProcessElfCore::parseOpenBSDNotes(llvm::ArrayRef<CoreNote> notes) {
831 ThreadData thread_data = {};
832 for (const auto &note : notes) {
833 // OpenBSD per-thread information is stored in notes named "OpenBSD@nnn" so
834 // match on the initial part of the string.
835 if (!llvm::StringRef(note.info.n_name).startswith("OpenBSD"))
836 continue;
837
838 switch (note.info.n_type) {
839 case OPENBSD::NT_PROCINFO:
840 ParseOpenBSDProcInfo(thread_data, note.data);
841 break;
842 case OPENBSD::NT_AUXV:
843 m_auxv = note.data;
844 break;
845 case OPENBSD::NT_REGS:
846 thread_data.gpregset = note.data;
847 break;
848 default:
849 thread_data.notes.push_back(note);
850 break;
851 }
852 }
853 if (thread_data.gpregset.GetByteSize() == 0) {
854 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
855 "Could not find general purpose registers note in core file.",
856 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
857 }
858 m_thread_data.push_back(thread_data);
859 return llvm::Error::success();
860}
861
862/// A description of a linux process usually contains the following NOTE
863/// entries:
864/// - NT_PRPSINFO - General process information like pid, uid, name, ...
865/// - NT_SIGINFO - Information about the signal that terminated the process
866/// - NT_AUXV - Process auxiliary vector
867/// - NT_FILE - Files mapped into memory
868///
869/// Additionally, for each thread in the process the core file will contain at
870/// least the NT_PRSTATUS note, containing the thread id and general purpose
871/// registers. It may include additional notes for other register sets (floating
872/// point and vector registers, ...). The tricky part here is that some of these
873/// notes have "CORE" in their owner fields, while other set it to "LINUX".
874llvm::Error ProcessElfCore::parseLinuxNotes(llvm::ArrayRef<CoreNote> notes) {
875 const ArchSpec &arch = GetArchitecture();
876 bool have_prstatus = false;
877 bool have_prpsinfo = false;
878 ThreadData thread_data;
879 for (const auto &note : notes) {
880 if (note.info.n_name != "CORE" && note.info.n_name != "LINUX")
881 continue;
882
883 if ((note.info.n_type == ELF::NT_PRSTATUS && have_prstatus) ||
884 (note.info.n_type == ELF::NT_PRPSINFO && have_prpsinfo)) {
885 assert(thread_data.gpregset.GetByteSize() > 0)(static_cast <bool> (thread_data.gpregset.GetByteSize()
> 0) ? void (0) : __assert_fail ("thread_data.gpregset.GetByteSize() > 0"
, "lldb/source/Plugins/Process/elf-core/ProcessElfCore.cpp", 885
, __extension__ __PRETTY_FUNCTION__))
;
886 // Add the new thread to thread list
887 m_thread_data.push_back(thread_data);
888 thread_data = ThreadData();
889 have_prstatus = false;
890 have_prpsinfo = false;
891 }
892
893 switch (note.info.n_type) {
894 case ELF::NT_PRSTATUS: {
895 have_prstatus = true;
896 ELFLinuxPrStatus prstatus;
897 Status status = prstatus.Parse(note.data, arch);
898 if (status.Fail())
899 return status.ToError();
900 thread_data.prstatus_sig = prstatus.pr_cursig;
901 thread_data.tid = prstatus.pr_pid;
902 uint32_t header_size = ELFLinuxPrStatus::GetSize(arch);
903 size_t len = note.data.GetByteSize() - header_size;
904 thread_data.gpregset = DataExtractor(note.data, header_size, len);
905 break;
906 }
907 case ELF::NT_PRPSINFO: {
908 have_prpsinfo = true;
909 ELFLinuxPrPsInfo prpsinfo;
910 Status status = prpsinfo.Parse(note.data, arch);
911 if (status.Fail())
912 return status.ToError();
913 thread_data.name.assign (prpsinfo.pr_fname, strnlen (prpsinfo.pr_fname, sizeof (prpsinfo.pr_fname)));
914 SetID(prpsinfo.pr_pid);
915 break;
916 }
917 case ELF::NT_SIGINFO: {
918 ELFLinuxSigInfo siginfo;
919 Status status = siginfo.Parse(note.data, arch);
920 if (status.Fail())
921 return status.ToError();
922 thread_data.signo = siginfo.si_signo;
923 break;
924 }
925 case ELF::NT_FILE: {
926 m_nt_file_entries.clear();
927 lldb::offset_t offset = 0;
928 const uint64_t count = note.data.GetAddress(&offset);
929 note.data.GetAddress(&offset); // Skip page size
930 for (uint64_t i = 0; i < count; ++i) {
931 NT_FILE_Entry entry;
932 entry.start = note.data.GetAddress(&offset);
933 entry.end = note.data.GetAddress(&offset);
934 entry.file_ofs = note.data.GetAddress(&offset);
935 m_nt_file_entries.push_back(entry);
936 }
937 for (uint64_t i = 0; i < count; ++i) {
938 const char *path = note.data.GetCStr(&offset);
939 if (path && path[0])
940 m_nt_file_entries[i].path.SetCString(path);
941 }
942 break;
943 }
944 case ELF::NT_AUXV:
945 m_auxv = note.data;
946 break;
947 default:
948 thread_data.notes.push_back(note);
949 break;
950 }
951 }
952 // Add last entry in the note section
953 if (have_prstatus)
954 m_thread_data.push_back(thread_data);
955 return llvm::Error::success();
956}
957
958/// Parse Thread context from PT_NOTE segment and store it in the thread list
959/// A note segment consists of one or more NOTE entries, but their types and
960/// meaning differ depending on the OS.
961llvm::Error ProcessElfCore::ParseThreadContextsFromNoteSegment(
962 const elf::ELFProgramHeader &segment_header,
963 const DataExtractor &segment_data) {
964 assert(segment_header.p_type == llvm::ELF::PT_NOTE)(static_cast <bool> (segment_header.p_type == llvm::ELF
::PT_NOTE) ? void (0) : __assert_fail ("segment_header.p_type == llvm::ELF::PT_NOTE"
, "lldb/source/Plugins/Process/elf-core/ProcessElfCore.cpp", 964
, __extension__ __PRETTY_FUNCTION__))
;
965
966 auto notes_or_error = parseSegment(segment_data);
967 if(!notes_or_error)
968 return notes_or_error.takeError();
969 switch (GetArchitecture().GetTriple().getOS()) {
970 case llvm::Triple::FreeBSD:
971 return parseFreeBSDNotes(*notes_or_error);
972 case llvm::Triple::Linux:
973 return parseLinuxNotes(*notes_or_error);
974 case llvm::Triple::NetBSD:
975 return parseNetBSDNotes(*notes_or_error);
976 case llvm::Triple::OpenBSD:
977 return parseOpenBSDNotes(*notes_or_error);
978 default:
979 return llvm::make_error<llvm::StringError>(
980 "Don't know how to parse core file. Unsupported OS.",
981 llvm::inconvertibleErrorCode());
982 }
983}
984
985uint32_t ProcessElfCore::GetNumThreadContexts() {
986 if (!m_thread_data_valid)
987 DoLoadCore();
988 return m_thread_data.size();
989}
990
991ArchSpec ProcessElfCore::GetArchitecture() {
992 ArchSpec arch = m_core_module_sp->GetObjectFile()->GetArchitecture();
993
994 ArchSpec target_arch = GetTarget().GetArchitecture();
995 arch.MergeFrom(target_arch);
996
997 // On MIPS there is no way to differentiate betwenn 32bit and 64bit core
998 // files and this information can't be merged in from the target arch so we
999 // fail back to unconditionally returning the target arch in this config.
1000 if (target_arch.IsMIPS()) {
1001 return target_arch;
1002 }
1003
1004 return arch;
1005}
1006
1007DataExtractor ProcessElfCore::GetAuxvData() {
1008 const uint8_t *start = m_auxv.GetDataStart();
1009 size_t len = m_auxv.GetByteSize();
1010 lldb::DataBufferSP buffer(new lldb_private::DataBufferHeap(start, len));
1011 return DataExtractor(buffer, GetByteOrder(), GetAddressByteSize());
1012}
1013
1014bool ProcessElfCore::GetProcessInfo(ProcessInstanceInfo &info) {
1015 info.Clear();
1016 info.SetProcessID(GetID());
1017 info.SetArchitecture(GetArchitecture());
1018 lldb::ModuleSP module_sp = GetTarget().GetExecutableModule();
1019 if (module_sp) {
1020 const bool add_exe_file_as_first_arg = false;
1021 info.SetExecutableFile(GetTarget().GetExecutableModule()->GetFileSpec(),
1022 add_exe_file_as_first_arg);
1023 }
1024 return true;
1025}