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/* CRIS exception, interrupt, and trap (EIT) support
Copyright (C) 2004-2016 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Contributed by Axis Communications.
This file is part of the GNU simulators.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
#include "sim-main.h"
#include "sim-syscall.h"
#include "sim-options.h"
#include "bfd.h"
/* FIXME: get rid of targ-vals.h usage everywhere else. */
#include <stdarg.h>
#ifdef HAVE_ERRNO_H
#include <errno.h>
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_UNISTD_H
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_FCNTL_H
#include <fcntl.h>
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_SYS_PARAM_H
#include <sys/param.h>
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_SYS_STAT_H
#include <sys/stat.h>
#endif
/* For PATH_MAX, originally. */
#ifdef HAVE_LIMITS_H
#include <limits.h>
#endif
/* From ld/sysdep.h. */
#ifdef PATH_MAX
# define SIM_PATHMAX PATH_MAX
#else
# ifdef MAXPATHLEN
# define SIM_PATHMAX MAXPATHLEN
# else
# define SIM_PATHMAX 1024
# endif
#endif
/* The verbatim values are from asm-cris/unistd.h. */
#define TARGET_SYS_exit 1
#define TARGET_SYS_read 3
#define TARGET_SYS_write 4
#define TARGET_SYS_open 5
#define TARGET_SYS_close 6
#define TARGET_SYS_unlink 10
#define TARGET_SYS_time 13
#define TARGET_SYS_lseek 19
#define TARGET_SYS_getpid 20
#define TARGET_SYS_access 33
#define TARGET_SYS_kill 37
#define TARGET_SYS_rename 38
#define TARGET_SYS_pipe 42
#define TARGET_SYS_brk 45
#define TARGET_SYS_ioctl 54
#define TARGET_SYS_fcntl 55
#define TARGET_SYS_getppid 64
#define TARGET_SYS_setrlimit 75
#define TARGET_SYS_gettimeofday 78
#define TARGET_SYS_readlink 85
#define TARGET_SYS_munmap 91
#define TARGET_SYS_truncate 92
#define TARGET_SYS_ftruncate 93
#define TARGET_SYS_socketcall 102
#define TARGET_SYS_stat 106
#define TARGET_SYS_fstat 108
#define TARGET_SYS_wait4 114
#define TARGET_SYS_sigreturn 119
#define TARGET_SYS_clone 120
#define TARGET_SYS_uname 122
#define TARGET_SYS_mprotect 125
#define TARGET_SYS_llseek 140
#define TARGET_SYS_writev 146
#define TARGET_SYS__sysctl 149
#define TARGET_SYS_sched_setparam 154
#define TARGET_SYS_sched_getparam 155
#define TARGET_SYS_sched_setscheduler 156
#define TARGET_SYS_sched_getscheduler 157
#define TARGET_SYS_sched_yield 158
#define TARGET_SYS_sched_get_priority_max 159
#define TARGET_SYS_sched_get_priority_min 160
#define TARGET_SYS_mremap 163
#define TARGET_SYS_poll 168
#define TARGET_SYS_rt_sigaction 174
#define TARGET_SYS_rt_sigprocmask 175
#define TARGET_SYS_rt_sigsuspend 179
#define TARGET_SYS_getcwd 183
#define TARGET_SYS_ugetrlimit 191
#define TARGET_SYS_mmap2 192
#define TARGET_SYS_stat64 195
#define TARGET_SYS_lstat64 196
#define TARGET_SYS_fstat64 197
#define TARGET_SYS_geteuid32 201
#define TARGET_SYS_getuid32 199
#define TARGET_SYS_getegid32 202
#define TARGET_SYS_getgid32 200
#define TARGET_SYS_fcntl64 221
#define TARGET_SYS_set_thread_area 243
#define TARGET_SYS_exit_group 252
#define TARGET_PROT_READ 0x1
#define TARGET_PROT_WRITE 0x2
#define TARGET_PROT_EXEC 0x4
#define TARGET_PROT_NONE 0x0
#define TARGET_MAP_SHARED 0x01
#define TARGET_MAP_PRIVATE 0x02
#define TARGET_MAP_TYPE 0x0f
#define TARGET_MAP_FIXED 0x10
#define TARGET_MAP_ANONYMOUS 0x20
#define TARGET_MAP_DENYWRITE 0x800
#define TARGET_CTL_KERN 1
#define TARGET_CTL_VM 2
#define TARGET_CTL_NET 3
#define TARGET_CTL_PROC 4
#define TARGET_CTL_FS 5
#define TARGET_CTL_DEBUG 6
#define TARGET_CTL_DEV 7
#define TARGET_CTL_BUS 8
#define TARGET_CTL_ABI 9
#define TARGET_CTL_KERN_VERSION 4
/* linux/mman.h */
#define TARGET_MREMAP_MAYMOVE 1
#define TARGET_MREMAP_FIXED 2
#define TARGET_TCGETS 0x5401
#define TARGET_UTSNAME "#7 Thu Jan 1 00:00:00 MET 2009"
/* Seconds since 1970-01-01 to the above date + 10 minutes;
'date -d "Thu Jan 1 00:00:10 MET 2009" +%s'. */
#define TARGET_EPOCH 1230764410
/* Milliseconds since start of run. We use the number of syscalls to
avoid introducing noise in the execution time. */
#define TARGET_TIME_MS(cpu) ((cpu)->syscalls)
/* Seconds as in time(2). */
#define TARGET_TIME(cpu) (TARGET_EPOCH + TARGET_TIME_MS (cpu) / 1000)
#define TARGET_SCHED_OTHER 0
#define TARGET_RLIMIT_STACK 3
#define TARGET_RLIMIT_NOFILE 7
#define SIM_TARGET_MAX_THREADS 64
#define SIM_MAX_ALLOC_CHUNK (512*1024*1024)
/* From linux/sched.h. */
#define TARGET_CSIGNAL 0x000000ff
#define TARGET_CLONE_VM 0x00000100
#define TARGET_CLONE_FS 0x00000200
#define TARGET_CLONE_FILES 0x00000400
#define TARGET_CLONE_SIGHAND 0x00000800
#define TARGET_CLONE_PID 0x00001000
#define TARGET_CLONE_PTRACE 0x00002000
#define TARGET_CLONE_VFORK 0x00004000
#define TARGET_CLONE_PARENT 0x00008000
#define TARGET_CLONE_THREAD 0x00010000
#define TARGET_CLONE_SIGNAL (TARGET_CLONE_SIGHAND | TARGET_CLONE_THREAD)
/* From asm-cris/poll.h. */
#define TARGET_POLLIN 1
/* From asm-cris/signal.h. */
#define TARGET_SIG_BLOCK 0
#define TARGET_SIG_UNBLOCK 1
#define TARGET_SIG_SETMASK 2
#define TARGET_SIG_DFL 0
#define TARGET_SIG_IGN 1
#define TARGET_SIG_ERR ((USI)-1)
#define TARGET_SIGHUP 1
#define TARGET_SIGINT 2
#define TARGET_SIGQUIT 3
#define TARGET_SIGILL 4
#define TARGET_SIGTRAP 5
#define TARGET_SIGABRT 6
#define TARGET_SIGIOT 6
#define TARGET_SIGBUS 7
#define TARGET_SIGFPE 8
#define TARGET_SIGKILL 9
#define TARGET_SIGUSR1 10
#define TARGET_SIGSEGV 11
#define TARGET_SIGUSR2 12
#define TARGET_SIGPIPE 13
#define TARGET_SIGALRM 14
#define TARGET_SIGTERM 15
#define TARGET_SIGSTKFLT 16
#define TARGET_SIGCHLD 17
#define TARGET_SIGCONT 18
#define TARGET_SIGSTOP 19
#define TARGET_SIGTSTP 20
#define TARGET_SIGTTIN 21
#define TARGET_SIGTTOU 22
#define TARGET_SIGURG 23
#define TARGET_SIGXCPU 24
#define TARGET_SIGXFSZ 25
#define TARGET_SIGVTALRM 26
#define TARGET_SIGPROF 27
#define TARGET_SIGWINCH 28
#define TARGET_SIGIO 29
#define TARGET_SIGPOLL SIGIO
/* Actually commented out in the kernel header. */
#define TARGET_SIGLOST 29
#define TARGET_SIGPWR 30
#define TARGET_SIGSYS 31
/* From include/asm-cris/signal.h. */
#define TARGET_SA_NOCLDSTOP 0x00000001
#define TARGET_SA_NOCLDWAIT 0x00000002 /* not supported yet */
#define TARGET_SA_SIGINFO 0x00000004
#define TARGET_SA_ONSTACK 0x08000000
#define TARGET_SA_RESTART 0x10000000
#define TARGET_SA_NODEFER 0x40000000
#define TARGET_SA_RESETHAND 0x80000000
#define TARGET_SA_INTERRUPT 0x20000000 /* dummy -- ignored */
#define TARGET_SA_RESTORER 0x04000000
/* From linux/wait.h. */
#define TARGET_WNOHANG 1
#define TARGET_WUNTRACED 2
#define TARGET___WNOTHREAD 0x20000000
#define TARGET___WALL 0x40000000
#define TARGET___WCLONE 0x80000000
/* From linux/limits.h. */
#define TARGET_PIPE_BUF 4096
/* From unistd.h. */
#define TARGET_R_OK 4
#define TARGET_W_OK 2
#define TARGET_X_OK 1
#define TARGET_F_OK 0
static const char stat_map[] =
"st_dev,2:space,10:space,4:st_mode,4:st_nlink,4:st_uid,4"
":st_gid,4:st_rdev,2:space,10:st_size,8:st_blksize,4:st_blocks,4"
":space,4:st_atime,4:space,4:st_mtime,4:space,4:st_ctime,4:space,4"
":st_ino,8";
static const CB_TARGET_DEFS_MAP syscall_map[] =
{
{ "open", CB_SYS_open, TARGET_SYS_open },
{ "close", CB_SYS_close, TARGET_SYS_close },
{ "read", CB_SYS_read, TARGET_SYS_read },
{ "write", CB_SYS_write, TARGET_SYS_write },
{ "lseek", CB_SYS_lseek, TARGET_SYS_lseek },
{ "unlink", CB_SYS_unlink, TARGET_SYS_unlink },
{ "getpid", CB_SYS_getpid, TARGET_SYS_getpid },
{ "fstat", CB_SYS_fstat, TARGET_SYS_fstat64 },
{ "lstat", CB_SYS_lstat, TARGET_SYS_lstat64 },
{ "stat", CB_SYS_stat, TARGET_SYS_stat64 },
{ "pipe", CB_SYS_pipe, TARGET_SYS_pipe },
{ "rename", CB_SYS_rename, TARGET_SYS_rename },
{ "truncate", CB_SYS_truncate, TARGET_SYS_truncate },
{ "ftruncate", CB_SYS_ftruncate, TARGET_SYS_ftruncate },
{ 0, -1, -1 }
};
/* An older, 32-bit-only stat mapping. */
static const char stat32_map[] =
"st_dev,2:space,2:st_ino,4:st_mode,2:st_nlink,2:st_uid,2"
":st_gid,2:st_rdev,2:space,2:st_size,4:st_blksize,4:st_blocks,4"
":st_atime,4:space,4:st_mtime,4:space,4:st_ctime,4:space,12";
/* Map for calls using the 32-bit struct stat. Primarily used by the
newlib Linux mapping. */
static const CB_TARGET_DEFS_MAP syscall_stat32_map[] =
{
{ "fstat", CB_SYS_fstat, TARGET_SYS_fstat },
{ "stat", CB_SYS_stat, TARGET_SYS_stat },
{ 0, -1, -1 }
};
/* Giving the true value for the running sim process will lead to
non-time-invariant behavior. */
#define TARGET_PID 42
/* Unfortunately, we don't get this from cris.cpu at the moment, and if
we did, we'd still don't get a register number with the "16" offset. */
#define TARGET_SRP_REGNUM (16+11)
/* Extracted by applying
awk '/^#define/ { printf "#ifdef %s\n { %s, %s },\n#endif\n", $2, $2, $3;}'
on .../include/asm/errno.h in a GNU/Linux/CRIS installation and
adjusting the synonyms. */
static const CB_TARGET_DEFS_MAP errno_map[] =
{
#ifdef EPERM
{ "EPERM", EPERM, 1 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOENT
{ "ENOENT", ENOENT, 2 },
#endif
#ifdef ESRCH
{ "ESRCH", ESRCH, 3 },
#endif
#ifdef EINTR
{ "EINTR", EINTR, 4 },
#endif
#ifdef EIO
{ "EIO", EIO, 5 },
#endif
#ifdef ENXIO
{ "ENXIO", ENXIO, 6 },
#endif
#ifdef E2BIG
{ "E2BIG", E2BIG, 7 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOEXEC
{ "ENOEXEC", ENOEXEC, 8 },
#endif
#ifdef EBADF
{ "EBADF", EBADF, 9 },
#endif
#ifdef ECHILD
{ "ECHILD", ECHILD, 10 },
#endif
#ifdef EAGAIN
{ "EAGAIN", EAGAIN, 11 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOMEM
{ "ENOMEM", ENOMEM, 12 },
#endif
#ifdef EACCES
{ "EACCES", EACCES, 13 },
#endif
#ifdef EFAULT
{ "EFAULT", EFAULT, 14 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOTBLK
{ "ENOTBLK", ENOTBLK, 15 },
#endif
#ifdef EBUSY
{ "EBUSY", EBUSY, 16 },
#endif
#ifdef EEXIST
{ "EEXIST", EEXIST, 17 },
#endif
#ifdef EXDEV
{ "EXDEV", EXDEV, 18 },
#endif
#ifdef ENODEV
{ "ENODEV", ENODEV, 19 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOTDIR
{ "ENOTDIR", ENOTDIR, 20 },
#endif
#ifdef EISDIR
{ "EISDIR", EISDIR, 21 },
#endif
#ifdef EINVAL
{ "EINVAL", EINVAL, 22 },
#endif
#ifdef ENFILE
{ "ENFILE", ENFILE, 23 },
#endif
#ifdef EMFILE
{ "EMFILE", EMFILE, 24 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOTTY
{ "ENOTTY", ENOTTY, 25 },
#endif
#ifdef ETXTBSY
{ "ETXTBSY", ETXTBSY, 26 },
#endif
#ifdef EFBIG
{ "EFBIG", EFBIG, 27 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOSPC
{ "ENOSPC", ENOSPC, 28 },
#endif
#ifdef ESPIPE
{ "ESPIPE", ESPIPE, 29 },
#endif
#ifdef EROFS
{ "EROFS", EROFS, 30 },
#endif
#ifdef EMLINK
{ "EMLINK", EMLINK, 31 },
#endif
#ifdef EPIPE
{ "EPIPE", EPIPE, 32 },
#endif
#ifdef EDOM
{ "EDOM", EDOM, 33 },
#endif
#ifdef ERANGE
{ "ERANGE", ERANGE, 34 },
#endif
#ifdef EDEADLK
{ "EDEADLK", EDEADLK, 35 },
#endif
#ifdef ENAMETOOLONG
{ "ENAMETOOLONG", ENAMETOOLONG, 36 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOLCK
{ "ENOLCK", ENOLCK, 37 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOSYS
{ "ENOSYS", ENOSYS, 38 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOTEMPTY
{ "ENOTEMPTY", ENOTEMPTY, 39 },
#endif
#ifdef ELOOP
{ "ELOOP", ELOOP, 40 },
#endif
#ifdef EWOULDBLOCK
{ "EWOULDBLOCK", EWOULDBLOCK, 11 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOMSG
{ "ENOMSG", ENOMSG, 42 },
#endif
#ifdef EIDRM
{ "EIDRM", EIDRM, 43 },
#endif
#ifdef ECHRNG
{ "ECHRNG", ECHRNG, 44 },
#endif
#ifdef EL2NSYNC
{ "EL2NSYNC", EL2NSYNC, 45 },
#endif
#ifdef EL3HLT
{ "EL3HLT", EL3HLT, 46 },
#endif
#ifdef EL3RST
{ "EL3RST", EL3RST, 47 },
#endif
#ifdef ELNRNG
{ "ELNRNG", ELNRNG, 48 },
#endif
#ifdef EUNATCH
{ "EUNATCH", EUNATCH, 49 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOCSI
{ "ENOCSI", ENOCSI, 50 },
#endif
#ifdef EL2HLT
{ "EL2HLT", EL2HLT, 51 },
#endif
#ifdef EBADE
{ "EBADE", EBADE, 52 },
#endif
#ifdef EBADR
{ "EBADR", EBADR, 53 },
#endif
#ifdef EXFULL
{ "EXFULL", EXFULL, 54 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOANO
{ "ENOANO", ENOANO, 55 },
#endif
#ifdef EBADRQC
{ "EBADRQC", EBADRQC, 56 },
#endif
#ifdef EBADSLT
{ "EBADSLT", EBADSLT, 57 },
#endif
#ifdef EDEADLOCK
{ "EDEADLOCK", EDEADLOCK, 35 },
#endif
#ifdef EBFONT
{ "EBFONT", EBFONT, 59 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOSTR
{ "ENOSTR", ENOSTR, 60 },
#endif
#ifdef ENODATA
{ "ENODATA", ENODATA, 61 },
#endif
#ifdef ETIME
{ "ETIME", ETIME, 62 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOSR
{ "ENOSR", ENOSR, 63 },
#endif
#ifdef ENONET
{ "ENONET", ENONET, 64 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOPKG
{ "ENOPKG", ENOPKG, 65 },
#endif
#ifdef EREMOTE
{ "EREMOTE", EREMOTE, 66 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOLINK
{ "ENOLINK", ENOLINK, 67 },
#endif
#ifdef EADV
{ "EADV", EADV, 68 },
#endif
#ifdef ESRMNT
{ "ESRMNT", ESRMNT, 69 },
#endif
#ifdef ECOMM
{ "ECOMM", ECOMM, 70 },
#endif
#ifdef EPROTO
{ "EPROTO", EPROTO, 71 },
#endif
#ifdef EMULTIHOP
{ "EMULTIHOP", EMULTIHOP, 72 },
#endif
#ifdef EDOTDOT
{ "EDOTDOT", EDOTDOT, 73 },
#endif
#ifdef EBADMSG
{ "EBADMSG", EBADMSG, 74 },
#endif
#ifdef EOVERFLOW
{ "EOVERFLOW", EOVERFLOW, 75 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOTUNIQ
{ "ENOTUNIQ", ENOTUNIQ, 76 },
#endif
#ifdef EBADFD
{ "EBADFD", EBADFD, 77 },
#endif
#ifdef EREMCHG
{ "EREMCHG", EREMCHG, 78 },
#endif
#ifdef ELIBACC
{ "ELIBACC", ELIBACC, 79 },
#endif
#ifdef ELIBBAD
{ "ELIBBAD", ELIBBAD, 80 },
#endif
#ifdef ELIBSCN
{ "ELIBSCN", ELIBSCN, 81 },
#endif
#ifdef ELIBMAX
{ "ELIBMAX", ELIBMAX, 82 },
#endif
#ifdef ELIBEXEC
{ "ELIBEXEC", ELIBEXEC, 83 },
#endif
#ifdef EILSEQ
{ "EILSEQ", EILSEQ, 84 },
#endif
#ifdef ERESTART
{ "ERESTART", ERESTART, 85 },
#endif
#ifdef ESTRPIPE
{ "ESTRPIPE", ESTRPIPE, 86 },
#endif
#ifdef EUSERS
{ "EUSERS", EUSERS, 87 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOTSOCK
{ "ENOTSOCK", ENOTSOCK, 88 },
#endif
#ifdef EDESTADDRREQ
{ "EDESTADDRREQ", EDESTADDRREQ, 89 },
#endif
#ifdef EMSGSIZE
{ "EMSGSIZE", EMSGSIZE, 90 },
#endif
#ifdef EPROTOTYPE
{ "EPROTOTYPE", EPROTOTYPE, 91 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOPROTOOPT
{ "ENOPROTOOPT", ENOPROTOOPT, 92 },
#endif
#ifdef EPROTONOSUPPORT
{ "EPROTONOSUPPORT", EPROTONOSUPPORT, 93 },
#endif
#ifdef ESOCKTNOSUPPORT
{ "ESOCKTNOSUPPORT", ESOCKTNOSUPPORT, 94 },
#endif
#ifdef EOPNOTSUPP
{ "EOPNOTSUPP", EOPNOTSUPP, 95 },
#endif
#ifdef EPFNOSUPPORT
{ "EPFNOSUPPORT", EPFNOSUPPORT, 96 },
#endif
#ifdef EAFNOSUPPORT
{ "EAFNOSUPPORT", EAFNOSUPPORT, 97 },
#endif
#ifdef EADDRINUSE
{ "EADDRINUSE", EADDRINUSE, 98 },
#endif
#ifdef EADDRNOTAVAIL
{ "EADDRNOTAVAIL", EADDRNOTAVAIL, 99 },
#endif
#ifdef ENETDOWN
{ "ENETDOWN", ENETDOWN, 100 },
#endif
#ifdef ENETUNREACH
{ "ENETUNREACH", ENETUNREACH, 101 },
#endif
#ifdef ENETRESET
{ "ENETRESET", ENETRESET, 102 },
#endif
#ifdef ECONNABORTED
{ "ECONNABORTED", ECONNABORTED, 103 },
#endif
#ifdef ECONNRESET
{ "ECONNRESET", ECONNRESET, 104 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOBUFS
{ "ENOBUFS", ENOBUFS, 105 },
#endif
#ifdef EISCONN
{ "EISCONN", EISCONN, 106 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOTCONN
{ "ENOTCONN", ENOTCONN, 107 },
#endif
#ifdef ESHUTDOWN
{ "ESHUTDOWN", ESHUTDOWN, 108 },
#endif
#ifdef ETOOMANYREFS
{ "ETOOMANYREFS", ETOOMANYREFS, 109 },
#endif
#ifdef ETIMEDOUT
{ "ETIMEDOUT", ETIMEDOUT, 110 },
#endif
#ifdef ECONNREFUSED
{ "ECONNREFUSED", ECONNREFUSED, 111 },
#endif
#ifdef EHOSTDOWN
{ "EHOSTDOWN", EHOSTDOWN, 112 },
#endif
#ifdef EHOSTUNREACH
{ "EHOSTUNREACH", EHOSTUNREACH, 113 },
#endif
#ifdef EALREADY
{ "EALREADY", EALREADY, 114 },
#endif
#ifdef EINPROGRESS
{ "EINPROGRESS", EINPROGRESS, 115 },
#endif
#ifdef ESTALE
{ "ESTALE", ESTALE, 116 },
#endif
#ifdef EUCLEAN
{ "EUCLEAN", EUCLEAN, 117 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOTNAM
{ "ENOTNAM", ENOTNAM, 118 },
#endif
#ifdef ENAVAIL
{ "ENAVAIL", ENAVAIL, 119 },
#endif
#ifdef EISNAM
{ "EISNAM", EISNAM, 120 },
#endif
#ifdef EREMOTEIO
{ "EREMOTEIO", EREMOTEIO, 121 },
#endif
#ifdef EDQUOT
{ "EDQUOT", EDQUOT, 122 },
#endif
#ifdef ENOMEDIUM
{ "ENOMEDIUM", ENOMEDIUM, 123 },
#endif
#ifdef EMEDIUMTYPE
{ "EMEDIUMTYPE", EMEDIUMTYPE, 124 },
#endif
{ 0, 0, 0 }
};
/* Extracted by applying
perl -ne 'if ($_ =~ /^#define/) { split;
printf "#ifdef $_[1]\n { %s, 0x%x },\n#endif\n",
$_[1], $_[2] =~ /^0/ ? oct($_[2]) : $_[2];}'
on pertinent parts of .../include/asm/fcntl.h in a GNU/Linux/CRIS
installation and removing synonyms and unnecessary items. Don't
forget the end-marker. */
/* These we treat specially, as they're used in the fcntl F_GETFL
syscall. For consistency, open_map is also manually edited to use
these macros. */
#define TARGET_O_ACCMODE 0x3
#define TARGET_O_RDONLY 0x0
#define TARGET_O_WRONLY 0x1
static const CB_TARGET_DEFS_MAP open_map[] = {
#ifdef O_ACCMODE
{ "O_ACCMODE", O_ACCMODE, TARGET_O_ACCMODE },
#endif
#ifdef O_RDONLY
{ "O_RDONLY", O_RDONLY, TARGET_O_RDONLY },
#endif
#ifdef O_WRONLY
{ "O_WRONLY", O_WRONLY, TARGET_O_WRONLY },
#endif
#ifdef O_RDWR
{ "O_RDWR", O_RDWR, 0x2 },
#endif
#ifdef O_CREAT
{ "O_CREAT", O_CREAT, 0x40 },
#endif
#ifdef O_EXCL
{ "O_EXCL", O_EXCL, 0x80 },
#endif
#ifdef O_NOCTTY
{ "O_NOCTTY", O_NOCTTY, 0x100 },
#endif
#ifdef O_TRUNC
{ "O_TRUNC", O_TRUNC, 0x200 },
#endif
#ifdef O_APPEND
{ "O_APPEND", O_APPEND, 0x400 },
#endif
#ifdef O_NONBLOCK
{ "O_NONBLOCK", O_NONBLOCK, 0x800 },
#endif
#ifdef O_NDELAY
{ "O_NDELAY", O_NDELAY, 0x0 },
#endif
#ifdef O_SYNC
{ "O_SYNC", O_SYNC, 0x1000 },
#endif
#ifdef FASYNC
{ "FASYNC", FASYNC, 0x2000 },
#endif
#ifdef O_DIRECT
{ "O_DIRECT", O_DIRECT, 0x4000 },
#endif
#ifdef O_LARGEFILE
{ "O_LARGEFILE", O_LARGEFILE, 0x8000 },
#endif
#ifdef O_DIRECTORY
{ "O_DIRECTORY", O_DIRECTORY, 0x10000 },
#endif
#ifdef O_NOFOLLOW
{ "O_NOFOLLOW", O_NOFOLLOW, 0x20000 },
#endif
{ 0, -1, -1 }
};
/* Let's be less drastic and more traceable. FIXME: mark as noreturn. */
#define abort() \
sim_io_error (sd, "simulator unhandled condition at %s:%d", \
__FUNCTION__, __LINE__)
/* Needed for the cris_pipe_nonempty and cris_pipe_empty syscalls. */
static SIM_CPU *current_cpu_for_cb_callback;
static USI create_map (SIM_DESC, struct cris_sim_mmapped_page **,
USI addr, USI len);
static USI unmap_pages (SIM_DESC, struct cris_sim_mmapped_page **,
USI addr, USI len);
static USI is_mapped (SIM_DESC, struct cris_sim_mmapped_page **,
USI addr, USI len);
static void dump_statistics (SIM_CPU *current_cpu);
static void make_first_thread (SIM_CPU *current_cpu);
/* When we risk running self-modified code (as in trampolines), this is
called from special-case insns. The silicon CRIS CPU:s have enough
cache snooping implemented making this a simulator-only issue. Tests:
gcc.c-torture/execute/931002-1.c execution, -O3 -g
gcc.c-torture/execute/931002-1.c execution, -O3 -fomit-frame-pointer. */
void
cris_flush_simulator_decode_cache (SIM_CPU *current_cpu,
USI pc ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
{
SIM_DESC sd = CPU_STATE (current_cpu);
#if WITH_SCACHE
if (USING_SCACHE_P (sd))
scache_flush_cpu (current_cpu);
#endif
}
/* Output statistics at the end of a run. */
static void
dump_statistics (SIM_CPU *current_cpu)
{
SIM_DESC sd = CPU_STATE (current_cpu);
CRIS_MISC_PROFILE *profp
= CPU_CRIS_MISC_PROFILE (current_cpu);
unsigned64 total = profp->basic_cycle_count;
const char *textmsg = "Basic clock cycles, total @: %llu\n";
/* The --cris-stats={basic|unaligned|schedulable|all} counts affect
what's included in the "total" count only. */
switch (CPU_CRIS_MISC_PROFILE (current_cpu)->flags
& FLAG_CRIS_MISC_PROFILE_ALL)
{
case FLAG_CRIS_MISC_PROFILE_SIMPLE:
break;
case (FLAG_CRIS_MISC_PROFILE_UNALIGNED | FLAG_CRIS_MISC_PROFILE_SIMPLE):
textmsg
= "Clock cycles including stall cycles for unaligned accesses @: %llu\n";
total += profp->unaligned_mem_dword_count;
break;
case (FLAG_CRIS_MISC_PROFILE_SCHEDULABLE | FLAG_CRIS_MISC_PROFILE_SIMPLE):
textmsg = "Schedulable clock cycles, total @: %llu\n";
total
+= (profp->memsrc_stall_count
+ profp->memraw_stall_count
+ profp->movemsrc_stall_count
+ profp->movemdst_stall_count
+ profp->mulsrc_stall_count
+ profp->jumpsrc_stall_count
+ profp->unaligned_mem_dword_count);
break;
case FLAG_CRIS_MISC_PROFILE_ALL:
textmsg = "All accounted clock cycles, total @: %llu\n";
total
+= (profp->memsrc_stall_count
+ profp->memraw_stall_count
+ profp->movemsrc_stall_count
+ profp->movemdst_stall_count
+ profp->movemaddr_stall_count
+ profp->mulsrc_stall_count
+ profp->jumpsrc_stall_count
+ profp->branch_stall_count
+ profp->jumptarget_stall_count
+ profp->unaligned_mem_dword_count);
break;
default:
abort ();
sim_io_eprintf (sd,
"Internal inconsistency at %s:%d",
__FILE__, __LINE__);
sim_engine_halt (sd, current_cpu, NULL, 0,
sim_stopped, SIM_SIGILL);
}
/* Historically, these messages have gone to stderr, so we'll keep it
that way. It's also easier to then tell it from normal program
output. FIXME: Add redirect option like "run -e file". */
sim_io_eprintf (sd, textmsg, total);
/* For v32, unaligned_mem_dword_count should always be 0. For
v10, memsrc_stall_count should always be 0. */
sim_io_eprintf (sd, "Memory source stall cycles: %llu\n",
(unsigned long long) (profp->memsrc_stall_count
+ profp->unaligned_mem_dword_count));
sim_io_eprintf (sd, "Memory read-after-write stall cycles: %llu\n",
(unsigned long long) profp->memraw_stall_count);
sim_io_eprintf (sd, "Movem source stall cycles: %llu\n",
(unsigned long long) profp->movemsrc_stall_count);
sim_io_eprintf (sd, "Movem destination stall cycles: %llu\n",
(unsigned long long) profp->movemdst_stall_count);
sim_io_eprintf (sd, "Movem address stall cycles: %llu\n",
(unsigned long long) profp->movemaddr_stall_count);
sim_io_eprintf (sd, "Multiplication source stall cycles: %llu\n",
(unsigned long long) profp->mulsrc_stall_count);
sim_io_eprintf (sd, "Jump source stall cycles: %llu\n",
(unsigned long long) profp->jumpsrc_stall_count);
sim_io_eprintf (sd, "Branch misprediction stall cycles: %llu\n",
(unsigned long long) profp->branch_stall_count);
sim_io_eprintf (sd, "Jump target stall cycles: %llu\n",
(unsigned long long) profp->jumptarget_stall_count);
}
/* Check whether any part of [addr .. addr + len - 1] is already mapped.
Return 1 if a overlap detected, 0 otherwise. */
static USI
is_mapped (SIM_DESC sd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
struct cris_sim_mmapped_page **rootp,
USI addr, USI len)
{
struct cris_sim_mmapped_page *mapp;
if (len == 0 || (len & 8191))
abort ();
/* Iterate over the reverse-address sorted pages until we find a page in
or lower than the checked area. */
for (mapp = *rootp; mapp != NULL && mapp->addr >= addr; mapp = mapp->prev)
if (mapp->addr < addr + len && mapp->addr >= addr)
return 1;
return 0;
}
/* Check whether any part of [addr .. addr + len - 1] is *un*mapped.
Return 1 if the whole area is mapped, 0 otherwise. */
static USI
is_mapped_only (SIM_DESC sd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
struct cris_sim_mmapped_page **rootp,
USI addr, USI len)
{
struct cris_sim_mmapped_page *mapp;
if (len == 0 || (len & 8191))
abort ();
/* Iterate over the reverse-address sorted pages until we find a page
lower than the checked area. */
for (mapp = *rootp; mapp != NULL && mapp->addr >= addr; mapp = mapp->prev)
if (addr == mapp->addr && len == 8192)
return 1;
else if (addr + len > mapp->addr)
len -= 8192;
return 0;
}
/* Debug helper; to be run from gdb. */
void
cris_dump_map (SIM_CPU *current_cpu)
{
struct cris_sim_mmapped_page *mapp;
USI start, end;
for (mapp = current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
start = mapp == NULL ? 0 : mapp->addr + 8192,
end = mapp == NULL ? 0 : mapp->addr + 8191;
mapp != NULL;
mapp = mapp->prev)
{
if (mapp->addr != start - 8192)
{
sim_io_eprintf (CPU_STATE (current_cpu), "0x%x..0x%x\n", start, end);
end = mapp->addr + 8191;
}
start = mapp->addr;
}
if (current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page != NULL)
sim_io_eprintf (CPU_STATE (current_cpu), "0x%x..0x%x\n", start, end);
}
/* Create mmapped memory. ADDR is -1 if any address will do. Caller
must make sure that the address isn't already mapped. */
static USI
create_map (SIM_DESC sd, struct cris_sim_mmapped_page **rootp, USI addr,
USI len)
{
struct cris_sim_mmapped_page *mapp;
struct cris_sim_mmapped_page **higher_prevp = rootp;
USI new_addr = 0x40000000;
if (addr != (USI) -1)
new_addr = addr;
else if (*rootp && rootp[0]->addr >= new_addr)
new_addr = rootp[0]->addr + 8192;
if (len != 8192)
{
USI page_addr;
if (len & 8191)
/* Which is better: return an error for this, or just round it up? */
abort ();
/* Do a recursive call for each page in the request. */
for (page_addr = new_addr; len != 0; page_addr += 8192, len -= 8192)
if (create_map (sd, rootp, page_addr, 8192) >= (USI) -8191)
abort ();
return new_addr;
}
for (mapp = *rootp;
mapp != NULL && mapp->addr > new_addr;
mapp = mapp->prev)
higher_prevp = &mapp->prev;
/* Assert for consistency that we don't create duplicate maps. */
if (is_mapped (sd, rootp, new_addr, len))
abort ();
/* Allocate the new page, on the next higher page from the last one
allocated, and link in the new descriptor before previous ones. */
mapp = malloc (sizeof (*mapp));
if (mapp == NULL)
return (USI) -ENOMEM;
sim_core_attach (sd, NULL, 0, access_read_write_exec, 0,
new_addr, len,
0, NULL, NULL);
mapp->addr = new_addr;
mapp->prev = *higher_prevp;
*higher_prevp = mapp;
return new_addr;
}
/* Unmap one or more pages. */
static USI
unmap_pages (SIM_DESC sd, struct cris_sim_mmapped_page **rootp, USI addr,
USI len)
{
struct cris_sim_mmapped_page *mapp;
struct cris_sim_mmapped_page **higher_prevp = rootp;
if (len != 8192)
{
USI page_addr;
int ret = 0;
if (len & 8191)
/* Which is better: return an error for this, or just round it up? */
abort ();
/* Loop backwards to make each call is O(1) over the number of pages
allocated, if we're unmapping from the high end of the pages. */
for (page_addr = addr + len - 8192;
page_addr > addr;
page_addr -= 8192)
if (unmap_pages (sd, rootp, page_addr, 8192))
ret = EINVAL;
if (unmap_pages (sd, rootp, addr, 8192))
ret = EINVAL;
return ret;
}
for (mapp = *rootp; mapp != NULL && mapp->addr > addr; mapp = mapp->prev)
higher_prevp = &mapp->prev;
if (mapp == NULL || mapp->addr != addr)
return EINVAL;
*higher_prevp = mapp->prev;
sim_core_detach (sd, NULL, 0, 0, addr);
free (mapp);
return 0;
}
/* The semantic code invokes this for illegal (unrecognized) instructions. */
SEM_PC
sim_engine_invalid_insn (SIM_CPU *current_cpu, IADDR cia, SEM_PC vpc)
{
SIM_DESC sd = CPU_STATE (current_cpu);
sim_engine_halt (sd, current_cpu, NULL, cia, sim_stopped, SIM_SIGILL);
return vpc;
}
/* Handlers from the CGEN description that should not be called. */
USI
cris_bmod_handler (SIM_CPU *current_cpu ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
UINT srcreg ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
USI dstreg ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
{
SIM_DESC sd = CPU_STATE (current_cpu);
abort ();
}
void
h_supr_set_handler (SIM_CPU *current_cpu ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
UINT index ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
USI page ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
USI newval ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
{
SIM_DESC sd = CPU_STATE (current_cpu);
abort ();
}
USI
h_supr_get_handler (SIM_CPU *current_cpu ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
UINT index ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
USI page ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
{
SIM_DESC sd = CPU_STATE (current_cpu);
abort ();
}
/* Swap one context for another. */
static void
schedule (SIM_CPU *current_cpu, int next)
{
/* Need to mark context-switches in the trace output. */
if ((CPU_CRIS_MISC_PROFILE (current_cpu)->flags
& FLAG_CRIS_MISC_PROFILE_XSIM_TRACE))
cris_trace_printf (CPU_STATE (current_cpu), current_cpu,
"\t#:%d\n", next);
/* Copy the current context (if there is one) to its slot. */
if (current_cpu->thread_data[current_cpu->threadno].cpu_context)
memcpy (current_cpu->thread_data[current_cpu->threadno].cpu_context,
&current_cpu->cpu_data_placeholder,
current_cpu->thread_cpu_data_size);
/* Copy the new context from its slot. */
memcpy (&current_cpu->cpu_data_placeholder,
current_cpu->thread_data[next].cpu_context,
current_cpu->thread_cpu_data_size);
/* Update needed stuff to indicate the new context. */
current_cpu->threadno = next;
/* Handle pending signals. */
if (current_cpu->thread_data[next].sigpending
/* We don't run nested signal handlers. This means that pause(2)
and sigsuspend(2) do not work in sighandlers, but that
shouldn't be too hard a restriction. It also greatly
simplifies the code. */
&& current_cpu->thread_data[next].cpu_context_atsignal == NULL)
{
int sig;
/* See if there's really a pending, non-blocked handler. We don't
queue signals, so just use the first one in ascending order. */
for (sig = 0; sig < 64; sig++)
if (current_cpu->thread_data[next].sigdata[sig].pending
&& !current_cpu->thread_data[next].sigdata[sig].blocked)
{
bfd_byte regbuf[4];
USI sp;
int i;
USI blocked;
USI pc = sim_pc_get (current_cpu);
/* It's simpler to save the CPU context inside the simulator
than on the stack. */
current_cpu->thread_data[next].cpu_context_atsignal
= (*current_cpu
->make_thread_cpu_data) (current_cpu,
current_cpu->thread_data[next]
.cpu_context);
(*CPU_REG_FETCH (current_cpu)) (current_cpu, H_GR_SP, regbuf, 4);
sp = bfd_getl32 (regbuf);
/* Make sure we have an aligned stack. */
sp &= ~3;
/* Make room for the signal frame, aligned. FIXME: Check that
the memory exists, map it in if absent. (BTW, should also
implement on-access automatic stack allocation). */
sp -= 20;
/* This isn't the same signal frame as the kernel uses, because
we don't want to bother getting all registers on and off the
stack. */
/* First, we store the currently blocked signals. */
blocked = 0;
for (i = 0; i < 32; i++)
blocked
|= current_cpu->thread_data[next].sigdata[i + 1].blocked << i;
sim_core_write_aligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, sp, blocked);
blocked = 0;
for (i = 0; i < 31; i++)
blocked
|= current_cpu->thread_data[next].sigdata[i + 33].blocked << i;
sim_core_write_aligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, sp + 4, blocked);
/* Then, the actual instructions. This is CPU-specific, but we
use instructions from the common subset for v10 and v32 which
should be safe for the time being but could be parametrized
if need be. */
/* MOVU.W [PC+],R9. */
sim_core_write_aligned_2 (current_cpu, pc, 0, sp + 8, 0x9c5f);
/* .WORD TARGET_SYS_sigreturn. */
sim_core_write_aligned_2 (current_cpu, pc, 0, sp + 10,
TARGET_SYS_sigreturn);
/* BREAK 13. */
sim_core_write_aligned_2 (current_cpu, pc, 0, sp + 12, 0xe93d);
/* NOP (on v32; it's SETF on v10, but is the correct compatible
instruction. Still, it doesn't matter because v10 has no
delay slot for BREAK so it will not be executed). */
sim_core_write_aligned_2 (current_cpu, pc, 0, sp + 16, 0x05b0);
/* Modify registers to hold the right values for the sighandler
context: updated stackpointer and return address pointing to
the sigreturn stub. */
bfd_putl32 (sp, regbuf);
(*CPU_REG_STORE (current_cpu)) (current_cpu, H_GR_SP, regbuf, 4);
bfd_putl32 (sp + 8, regbuf);
(*CPU_REG_STORE (current_cpu)) (current_cpu, TARGET_SRP_REGNUM,
regbuf, 4);
current_cpu->thread_data[next].sigdata[sig].pending = 0;
/* Block this signal (for the duration of the sighandler). */
current_cpu->thread_data[next].sigdata[sig].blocked = 1;
sim_pc_set (current_cpu, current_cpu->sighandler[sig]);
bfd_putl32 (sig, regbuf);
(*CPU_REG_STORE (current_cpu)) (current_cpu, H_GR_R10,
regbuf, 4);
/* We ignore a SA_SIGINFO flag in the sigaction call; the code I
needed all this for, specifies a SA_SIGINFO call but treats it
like an ordinary sighandler; only the signal number argument is
inspected. To make future need to implement SA_SIGINFO
correctly possible, we set the siginfo argument register to a
magic (hopefully non-address) number. (NB: then, you should
just need to pass the siginfo argument; it seems you probably
don't need to implement the specific rt_sigreturn.) */
bfd_putl32 (0xbad5161f, regbuf);
(*CPU_REG_STORE (current_cpu)) (current_cpu, H_GR_R11,
regbuf, 4);
/* The third argument is unused and the kernel sets it to 0. */
bfd_putl32 (0, regbuf);
(*CPU_REG_STORE (current_cpu)) (current_cpu, H_GR_R12,
regbuf, 4);
return;
}
/* No, there actually was no pending signal for this thread. Reset
this flag. */
current_cpu->thread_data[next].sigpending = 0;
}
}
/* Reschedule the simplest possible way until something else is absolutely
necessary:
- A. Find the next process (round-robin) that doesn't have at_syscall
set, schedule it.
- B. If there is none, just run the next process, round-robin.
- Clear at_syscall for the current process. */
static void
reschedule (SIM_CPU *current_cpu)
{
SIM_DESC sd = CPU_STATE (current_cpu);
int i;
/* Iterate over all thread slots, because after a few thread creations
and exits, we don't know where the live ones are. */
for (i = (current_cpu->threadno + 1) % SIM_TARGET_MAX_THREADS;
i != current_cpu->threadno;
i = (i + 1) % SIM_TARGET_MAX_THREADS)
if (current_cpu->thread_data[i].cpu_context
&& current_cpu->thread_data[i].at_syscall == 0)
{
schedule (current_cpu, i);
return;
}
/* Pick any next live thread. */
for (i = (current_cpu->threadno + 1) % SIM_TARGET_MAX_THREADS;
i != current_cpu->threadno;
i = (i + 1) % SIM_TARGET_MAX_THREADS)
if (current_cpu->thread_data[i].cpu_context)
{
schedule (current_cpu, i);
return;
}
/* More than one live thread, but we couldn't find the next one? */
abort ();
}
/* Set up everything to receive (or IGN) an incoming signal to the
current context. */
static int
deliver_signal (SIM_CPU *current_cpu, int sig, unsigned int pid)
{
int i;
USI pc = sim_pc_get (current_cpu);
/* Find the thread index of the pid. */
for (i = 0; i < SIM_TARGET_MAX_THREADS; i++)
/* Apparently it's ok to send signals to zombies (so a check for
current_cpu->thread_data[i].cpu_context != NULL would be
wrong). */
if (current_cpu->thread_data[i].threadid == pid - TARGET_PID)
{
if (sig < 64)
switch (current_cpu->sighandler[sig])
{
case TARGET_SIG_DFL:
switch (sig)
{
/* The following according to the glibc
documentation. (The kernel code has non-obvious
execution paths.) */
case TARGET_SIGFPE:
case TARGET_SIGILL:
case TARGET_SIGSEGV:
case TARGET_SIGBUS:
case TARGET_SIGABRT:
case TARGET_SIGTRAP:
case TARGET_SIGSYS:
case TARGET_SIGTERM:
case TARGET_SIGINT:
case TARGET_SIGQUIT:
case TARGET_SIGKILL:
case TARGET_SIGHUP:
case TARGET_SIGALRM:
case TARGET_SIGVTALRM:
case TARGET_SIGPROF:
case TARGET_SIGSTOP:
case TARGET_SIGPIPE:
case TARGET_SIGLOST:
case TARGET_SIGXCPU:
case TARGET_SIGXFSZ:
case TARGET_SIGUSR1:
case TARGET_SIGUSR2:
sim_io_eprintf (CPU_STATE (current_cpu),
"Exiting pid %d due to signal %d\n",
pid, sig);
sim_engine_halt (CPU_STATE (current_cpu), current_cpu,
NULL, pc, sim_stopped,
sig == TARGET_SIGABRT
? SIM_SIGABRT : SIM_SIGILL);
return 0;
/* The default for all other signals is to be ignored. */
default:
return 0;
}
case TARGET_SIG_IGN:
switch (sig)
{
case TARGET_SIGKILL:
case TARGET_SIGSTOP:
/* Can't ignore these signals. */
sim_io_eprintf (CPU_STATE (current_cpu),
"Exiting pid %d due to signal %d\n",
pid, sig);
sim_engine_halt (CPU_STATE (current_cpu), current_cpu,
NULL, pc, sim_stopped, SIM_SIGILL);
return 0;
default:
return 0;
}
break;
default:
/* Mark the signal as pending, making schedule () check
closer. The signal will be handled when the thread is
scheduled and the signal is unblocked. */
current_cpu->thread_data[i].sigdata[sig].pending = 1;
current_cpu->thread_data[i].sigpending = 1;
return 0;
}
else
{
sim_io_eprintf (CPU_STATE (current_cpu),
"Unimplemented signal: %d\n", sig);
sim_engine_halt (CPU_STATE (current_cpu), current_cpu, NULL, pc,
sim_stopped, SIM_SIGILL);
}
}
return
-cb_host_to_target_errno (STATE_CALLBACK (CPU_STATE (current_cpu)),
ESRCH);
}
/* Make the vector and the first item, the main thread. */
static void
make_first_thread (SIM_CPU *current_cpu)
{
SIM_DESC sd = CPU_STATE (current_cpu);
current_cpu->thread_data
= xcalloc (1,
SIM_TARGET_MAX_THREADS
* sizeof (current_cpu->thread_data[0]));
current_cpu->thread_data[0].cpu_context
= (*current_cpu->make_thread_cpu_data) (current_cpu,
&current_cpu
->cpu_data_placeholder);
current_cpu->thread_data[0].parent_threadid = -1;
/* For good measure. */
if (TARGET_SIG_DFL != 0)
abort ();
}
/* Handle unknown system calls. Returns (if it does) the syscall
return value. */
static USI
cris_unknown_syscall (SIM_CPU *current_cpu, USI pc, char *s, ...)
{
SIM_DESC sd = CPU_STATE (current_cpu);
host_callback *cb = STATE_CALLBACK (sd);
if (cris_unknown_syscall_action == CRIS_USYSC_MSG_STOP
|| cris_unknown_syscall_action == CRIS_USYSC_MSG_ENOSYS)
{
va_list ap;
va_start (ap, s);
sim_io_evprintf (sd, s, ap);
va_end (ap);
if (cris_unknown_syscall_action == CRIS_USYSC_MSG_STOP)
sim_engine_halt (sd, current_cpu, NULL, pc, sim_stopped, SIM_SIGILL);
}
return -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, ENOSYS);
}
/* Main function: the handler of the "break 13" syscall insn. */
USI
cris_break_13_handler (SIM_CPU *current_cpu, USI callnum, USI arg1,
USI arg2, USI arg3, USI arg4, USI arg5, USI arg6,
USI pc)
{
CB_SYSCALL s;
SIM_DESC sd = CPU_STATE (current_cpu);
host_callback *cb = STATE_CALLBACK (sd);
int retval;
int threadno = current_cpu->threadno;
current_cpu->syscalls++;
CB_SYSCALL_INIT (&s);
s.func = callnum;
s.arg1 = arg1;
s.arg2 = arg2;
s.arg3 = arg3;
/* The type of s.arg2 is long, so for hosts with 64-bit longs, we need
to sign-extend the lseek offset to be passed as a signed number,
else we'll truncate it to something > 2GB on hosts where sizeof
long > sizeof USI. We avoid doing it for all syscalls, as arg2 is
e.g. an address for some syscalls. */
if (callnum == TARGET_SYS_lseek)
s.arg2 = (SI) arg2;
if (callnum == TARGET_SYS_exit_group
|| (callnum == TARGET_SYS_exit && current_cpu->m1threads == 0))
{
if (CPU_CRIS_MISC_PROFILE (current_cpu)->flags
& FLAG_CRIS_MISC_PROFILE_ALL)
dump_statistics (current_cpu);
sim_engine_halt (sd, current_cpu, NULL, pc, sim_exited, arg1);
}
s.p1 = (PTR) sd;
s.p2 = (PTR) current_cpu;
s.read_mem = sim_syscall_read_mem;
s.write_mem = sim_syscall_write_mem;
current_cpu_for_cb_callback = current_cpu;
if (cb_syscall (cb, &s) != CB_RC_OK)
{
abort ();
sim_io_eprintf (sd, "Break 13: invalid %d? Returned %ld\n", callnum,
s.result);
sim_engine_halt (sd, current_cpu, NULL, pc, sim_stopped, SIM_SIGILL);
}
retval = s.result == -1 ? -s.errcode : s.result;
if (s.errcode != 0 && s.errcode == cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, ENOSYS))
{
/* If the generic simulator call said ENOSYS, then let's try the
ones we know ourselves.
The convention is to provide *very limited* functionality on an
as-needed basis, only what's covered by the test-suite, tests
added when functionality changes and abort with a descriptive
message for *everything* else. Where there's no test-case, we
just abort. */
switch (callnum)
{
case 0:
/* It's a pretty safe bet that the "old setup() system call"
number will not be re-used; we can't say the same for higher
numbers. We treat this simulator-generated call as "wait
forever"; we re-run this insn. The wait is ended by a
callback. Sanity check that this is the reason we got
here. */
if (current_cpu->thread_data == NULL
|| (current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].pipe_write_fd == 0))
goto unimplemented_syscall;
sim_pc_set (current_cpu, pc);
retval = arg1;
break;
case TARGET_SYS_fcntl64:
case TARGET_SYS_fcntl:
switch (arg2)
{
case 1:
/* F_GETFD.
Glibc checks stdin, stdout and stderr fd:s for
close-on-exec security sanity. We just need to provide a
OK return value. If we really need to have a
close-on-exec flag true, we could just do a real fcntl
here. */
retval = 0;
break;
case 2:
/* F_SETFD. Just ignore attempts to set the close-on-exec
flag. */
retval = 0;
break;
case 3:
/* F_GETFL. Check for the special case for open+fdopen. */
if (current_cpu->last_syscall == TARGET_SYS_open
&& arg1 == current_cpu->last_open_fd)
{
retval = current_cpu->last_open_flags & TARGET_O_ACCMODE;
break;
}
else if (arg1 == 0)
{
/* Because we can't freopen fd:s 0, 1, 2 to mean
something else than stdin, stdout and stderr
(sim/common/syscall.c:cb_syscall special cases fd
0, 1 and 2), we know what flags that we can
sanely return for these fd:s. */
retval = TARGET_O_RDONLY;
break;
}
else if (arg1 == 1 || arg1 == 2)
{
retval = TARGET_O_WRONLY;
break;
}
/* FALLTHROUGH */
default:
/* Nothing else is implemented. */
retval
= cris_unknown_syscall (current_cpu, pc,
"Unimplemented %s syscall "
"(fd: 0x%lx: cmd: 0x%lx arg: "
"0x%lx)\n",
callnum == TARGET_SYS_fcntl
? "fcntl" : "fcntl64",
(unsigned long) (USI) arg1,
(unsigned long) (USI) arg2,
(unsigned long) (USI) arg3);
break;
}
break;
case TARGET_SYS_uname:
{
/* Fill in a few constants to appease glibc. */
static char sim_utsname[6][65] =
{
"Linux",
"sim-target",
"2.6.27",
TARGET_UTSNAME,
"cris", /* Overwritten below. */
"localdomain"
};
/* Having the hardware type in Linux equal to the bfd
printable name is deliberate: if you make config.guess
work on your Linux-type system the usual way, it
probably will; either the bfd printable_name or the
ambiguous arch_name. */
strcpy (sim_utsname[4], STATE_ARCHITECTURE (sd)->printable_name);
if ((s.write_mem) (cb, &s, arg1, (const char *) sim_utsname,
sizeof (sim_utsname))
!= sizeof (sim_utsname))
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EFAULT);
else
retval = 0;
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_geteuid32:
/* We tell the truth with these. Maybe we shouldn't, but it
should match the "stat" information. */
retval = geteuid ();
break;
case TARGET_SYS_getuid32:
retval = getuid ();
break;
case TARGET_SYS_getegid32:
retval = getegid ();
break;
case TARGET_SYS_getgid32:
retval = getgid ();
break;
case TARGET_SYS_brk:
/* Most often, we just return the argument, like the Linux
kernel. */
retval = arg1;
if (arg1 == 0)
retval = current_cpu->endbrk;
else if (arg1 <= current_cpu->endmem)
current_cpu->endbrk = arg1;
else
{
USI new_end = (arg1 + 8191) & ~8191;
/* If the simulator wants to brk more than a certain very
large amount, something is wrong. FIXME: Return an error
or abort? Have command-line selectable? */
if (new_end - current_cpu->endmem > SIM_MAX_ALLOC_CHUNK)
{
current_cpu->endbrk = current_cpu->endmem;
retval = current_cpu->endmem;
break;
}
sim_core_attach (sd, NULL, 0, access_read_write_exec, 0,
current_cpu->endmem,
new_end - current_cpu->endmem,
0, NULL, NULL);
current_cpu->endbrk = arg1;
current_cpu->endmem = new_end;
}
break;
case TARGET_SYS_getpid:
/* Correct until CLONE_THREAD is implemented. */
retval = current_cpu->thread_data == NULL
? TARGET_PID
: TARGET_PID + current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].threadid;
break;
case TARGET_SYS_getppid:
/* Correct until CLONE_THREAD is implemented. */
retval = current_cpu->thread_data == NULL
? TARGET_PID - 1
: (TARGET_PID
+ current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].parent_threadid);
break;
case TARGET_SYS_mmap2:
{
USI addr = arg1;
USI len = arg2;
USI prot = arg3;
USI flags = arg4;
USI fd = arg5;
USI pgoff = arg6;
/* At 2.6.27, Linux (many (all?) ports, in the mmap2 syscalls)
still masked away this bit, so let's just ignore
it. */
flags &= ~TARGET_MAP_DENYWRITE;
/* If the simulator wants to mmap more than the very large
limit, something is wrong. FIXME: Return an error or
abort? Have command-line selectable? */
if (len > SIM_MAX_ALLOC_CHUNK)
{
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, ENOMEM);
break;
}
if ((prot != (TARGET_PROT_READ | TARGET_PROT_WRITE)
&& (prot
!= (TARGET_PROT_READ
| TARGET_PROT_WRITE
| TARGET_PROT_EXEC))
&& (prot != (TARGET_PROT_READ | TARGET_PROT_EXEC))
&& prot != TARGET_PROT_READ)
|| (flags != (TARGET_MAP_ANONYMOUS | TARGET_MAP_PRIVATE)
&& flags != TARGET_MAP_PRIVATE
&& flags != (TARGET_MAP_ANONYMOUS
| TARGET_MAP_PRIVATE | TARGET_MAP_FIXED)
&& flags != (TARGET_MAP_PRIVATE | TARGET_MAP_FIXED)
&& flags != TARGET_MAP_SHARED)
|| (fd != (USI) -1
&& prot != TARGET_PROT_READ
&& prot != (TARGET_PROT_READ | TARGET_PROT_EXEC)
&& prot != (TARGET_PROT_READ | TARGET_PROT_WRITE))
|| (fd == (USI) -1 && pgoff != 0)
|| (fd != (USI) -1 && (flags & TARGET_MAP_ANONYMOUS)))
{
retval
= cris_unknown_syscall (current_cpu, pc,
"Unimplemented mmap2 call "
"(0x%lx, 0x%lx, 0x%lx, "
"0x%lx, 0x%lx, 0x%lx)\n",
(unsigned long) arg1,
(unsigned long) arg2,
(unsigned long) arg3,
(unsigned long) arg4,
(unsigned long) arg5,
(unsigned long) arg6);
break;
}
else if (fd != (USI) -1)
{
/* Map a file. */
USI newaddr;
USI pos;
/* A non-aligned argument is allowed for files. */
USI newlen = (len + 8191) & ~8191;
/* We only support read, read|exec, and read|write,
which we should already have checked. Check again
anyway. */
if (prot != TARGET_PROT_READ
&& prot != (TARGET_PROT_READ | TARGET_PROT_EXEC)
&& prot != (TARGET_PROT_READ | TARGET_PROT_WRITE))
abort ();
if (flags & TARGET_MAP_FIXED)
unmap_pages (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
addr, newlen);
else if (is_mapped (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
addr, newlen))
addr = 0;
newaddr
= create_map (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
addr != 0 || (flags & TARGET_MAP_FIXED)
? addr : -1,
newlen);
if (newaddr >= (USI) -8191)
{
abort ();
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, -(SI) newaddr);
break;
}
/* We were asked for MAP_FIXED, but couldn't. */
if ((flags & TARGET_MAP_FIXED) && newaddr != addr)
{
abort ();
unmap_pages (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
newaddr, newlen);
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EINVAL);
break;
}
/* Find the current position in the file. */
s.func = TARGET_SYS_lseek;
s.arg1 = fd;
s.arg2 = 0;
s.arg3 = SEEK_CUR;
if (cb_syscall (cb, &s) != CB_RC_OK)
abort ();
pos = s.result;
if (s.result < 0)
abort ();
/* Move to the correct offset in the file. */
s.func = TARGET_SYS_lseek;
s.arg1 = fd;
s.arg2 = pgoff*8192;
s.arg3 = SEEK_SET;
if (cb_syscall (cb, &s) != CB_RC_OK)
abort ();
if (s.result < 0)
abort ();
/* Use the standard read callback to read in "len"
bytes. */
s.func = TARGET_SYS_read;
s.arg1 = fd;
s.arg2 = newaddr;
s.arg3 = len;
if (cb_syscall (cb, &s) != CB_RC_OK)
abort ();
/* If the result is a page or more lesser than what
was requested, something went wrong. */
if (len >= 8192 && (USI) s.result <= len - 8192)
abort ();
/* After reading, we need to go back to the previous
position in the file. */
s.func = TARGET_SYS_lseek;
s.arg1 = fd;
s.arg2 = pos;
s.arg3 = SEEK_SET;
if (cb_syscall (cb, &s) != CB_RC_OK)
abort ();
if (pos != (USI) s.result)
abort ();
retval = newaddr;
}
else
{
USI newlen = (len + 8191) & ~8191;
USI newaddr;
if (flags & TARGET_MAP_FIXED)
unmap_pages (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
addr, newlen);
else if (is_mapped (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
addr, newlen))
addr = 0;
newaddr = create_map (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
addr != 0 || (flags & TARGET_MAP_FIXED)
? addr : -1,
newlen);
if (newaddr >= (USI) -8191)
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, -(SI) newaddr);
else
retval = newaddr;
if ((flags & TARGET_MAP_FIXED) && newaddr != addr)
{
abort ();
unmap_pages (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
newaddr, newlen);
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EINVAL);
break;
}
}
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_mprotect:
{
/* We only cover the case of linuxthreads mprotecting out
its stack guard page and of dynamic loading mprotecting
away the data (for some reason the whole library, then
mprotects away the data part and mmap-FIX:es it again. */
USI addr = arg1;
USI len = arg2;
USI prot = arg3;
if (prot != TARGET_PROT_NONE
|| !is_mapped_only (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
addr, (len + 8191) & ~8191))
{
retval
= cris_unknown_syscall (current_cpu, pc,
"Unimplemented mprotect call "
"(0x%lx, 0x%lx, 0x%lx)\n",
(unsigned long) arg1,
(unsigned long) arg2,
(unsigned long) arg3);
break;
}
/* Just ignore this. We could make this equal to munmap,
but then we'd have to make sure no anon mmaps gets this
address before a subsequent MAP_FIXED mmap intended to
override it. */
retval = 0;
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_ioctl:
{
/* We support only a very limited functionality: checking
stdout with TCGETS to perform the isatty function. The
TCGETS ioctl isn't actually performed or the result used by
an isatty () caller in a "hello, world" program; only the
return value is then used. Maybe we shouldn't care about
the environment of the simulator regarding isatty, but
that's been working before, in the xsim simulator. */
if (arg2 == TARGET_TCGETS && arg1 == 1)
retval = isatty (1) ? 0 : cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EINVAL);
else
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EINVAL);
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_munmap:
{
USI addr = arg1;
USI len = arg2;
USI result
= unmap_pages (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page, addr,
len);
retval = result != 0 ? -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, result) : 0;
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_wait4:
{
int i;
USI pid = arg1;
USI saddr = arg2;
USI options = arg3;
USI rusagep = arg4;
/* FIXME: We're not properly implementing __WCLONE, and we
don't really need the special casing so we might as well
make this general. */
if ((!(pid == (USI) -1
&& options == (TARGET___WCLONE | TARGET_WNOHANG)
&& saddr != 0)
&& !(pid > 0
&& (options == TARGET___WCLONE
|| options == TARGET___WALL)))
|| rusagep != 0
|| current_cpu->thread_data == NULL)
{
retval
= cris_unknown_syscall (current_cpu, pc,
"Unimplemented wait4 call "
"(0x%lx, 0x%lx, 0x%lx, 0x%lx)\n",
(unsigned long) arg1,
(unsigned long) arg2,
(unsigned long) arg3,
(unsigned long) arg4);
break;
}
if (pid == (USI) -1)
for (i = 1; i < SIM_TARGET_MAX_THREADS; i++)
{
if (current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].threadid
== current_cpu->thread_data[i].parent_threadid
&& current_cpu->thread_data[i].threadid != 0
&& current_cpu->thread_data[i].cpu_context == NULL)
{
/* A zombied child. Get the exit value and clear the
zombied entry so it will be reused. */
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, saddr,
current_cpu
->thread_data[i].exitval);
retval
= current_cpu->thread_data[i].threadid + TARGET_PID;
memset (&current_cpu->thread_data[i], 0,
sizeof (current_cpu->thread_data[i]));
goto outer_break;
}
}
else
{
/* We're waiting for a specific PID. If we don't find
it zombied on this run, rerun the syscall. */
for (i = 1; i < SIM_TARGET_MAX_THREADS; i++)
if (pid == current_cpu->thread_data[i].threadid + TARGET_PID
&& current_cpu->thread_data[i].cpu_context == NULL)
{
if (saddr != 0)
/* Get the exit value if the caller wants it. */
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0,
saddr,
current_cpu
->thread_data[i]
.exitval);
retval
= current_cpu->thread_data[i].threadid + TARGET_PID;
memset (&current_cpu->thread_data[i], 0,
sizeof (current_cpu->thread_data[i]));
goto outer_break;
}
sim_pc_set (current_cpu, pc);
}
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, ECHILD);
outer_break:
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_rt_sigaction:
{
USI signum = arg1;
USI old_sa = arg3;
USI new_sa = arg2;
/* The kernel says:
struct sigaction {
__sighandler_t sa_handler;
unsigned long sa_flags;
void (*sa_restorer)(void);
sigset_t sa_mask;
}; */
if (old_sa != 0)
{
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, old_sa + 0,
current_cpu->sighandler[signum]);
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg3 + 4, 0);
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg3 + 8, 0);
/* We'll assume _NSIG_WORDS is 2 for the kernel. */
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg3 + 12, 0);
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg3 + 16, 0);
}
if (new_sa != 0)
{
USI target_sa_handler
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, new_sa);
USI target_sa_flags
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, new_sa + 4);
USI target_sa_restorer
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, new_sa + 8);
USI target_sa_mask_low
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, new_sa + 12);
USI target_sa_mask_high
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, new_sa + 16);
/* We won't interrupt a syscall so we won't restart it,
but a signal(2) call ends up syscalling rt_sigaction
with this flag, so we have to handle it. The
sa_restorer field contains garbage when not
TARGET_SA_RESTORER, so don't look at it. For the
time being, we don't nest sighandlers, so we
ignore the sa_mask, which simplifies things. */
if ((target_sa_flags != 0
&& target_sa_flags != TARGET_SA_RESTART
&& target_sa_flags != (TARGET_SA_RESTART|TARGET_SA_SIGINFO))
|| target_sa_handler == 0)
{
retval
= cris_unknown_syscall (current_cpu, pc,
"Unimplemented rt_sigaction "
"syscall "
"(0x%lx, 0x%lx: "
"[0x%x, 0x%x, 0x%x, "
"{0x%x, 0x%x}], 0x%lx)\n",
(unsigned long) arg1,
(unsigned long) arg2,
target_sa_handler,
target_sa_flags,
target_sa_restorer,
target_sa_mask_low,
target_sa_mask_high,
(unsigned long) arg3);
break;
}
current_cpu->sighandler[signum] = target_sa_handler;
/* Because we may have unblocked signals, one may now be
pending, if there are threads, that is. */
if (current_cpu->thread_data)
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].sigpending = 1;
}
retval = 0;
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_mremap:
{
USI addr = arg1;
USI old_len = arg2;
USI new_len = arg3;
USI flags = arg4;
USI new_addr = arg5;
USI mapped_addr;
if (new_len == old_len)
/* The program and/or library is possibly confused but
this is a valid call. Happens with ipps-1.40 on file
svs_all. */
retval = addr;
else if (new_len < old_len)
{
/* Shrinking is easy. */
if (unmap_pages (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
addr + new_len, old_len - new_len) != 0)
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EINVAL);
else
retval = addr;
}
else if (! is_mapped (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
addr + old_len, new_len - old_len))
{
/* If the extension isn't mapped, we can just add it. */
mapped_addr
= create_map (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
addr + old_len, new_len - old_len);
if (mapped_addr > (USI) -8192)
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, -(SI) mapped_addr);
else
retval = addr;
}
else if (flags & TARGET_MREMAP_MAYMOVE)
{
/* Create a whole new map and copy the contents
block-by-block there. We ignore the new_addr argument
for now. */
char buf[8192];
USI prev_addr = addr;
USI prev_len = old_len;
mapped_addr
= create_map (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
-1, new_len);
if (mapped_addr > (USI) -8192)
{
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, -(SI) new_addr);
break;
}
retval = mapped_addr;
for (; old_len > 0;
old_len -= 8192, mapped_addr += 8192, addr += 8192)
{
if (sim_core_read_buffer (sd, current_cpu, read_map, buf,
addr, 8192) != 8192
|| sim_core_write_buffer (sd, current_cpu, 0, buf,
mapped_addr, 8192) != 8192)
abort ();
}
if (unmap_pages (sd, &current_cpu->highest_mmapped_page,
prev_addr, prev_len) != 0)
abort ();
}
else
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, -ENOMEM);
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_poll:
{
int npollfds = arg2;
int timeout = arg3;
SI ufds = arg1;
SI fd = -1;
HI events = -1;
HI revents = 0;
struct stat buf;
int i;
/* The kernel says:
struct pollfd {
int fd;
short events;
short revents;
}; */
/* Check that this is the expected poll call from
linuxthreads/manager.c; we don't support anything else.
Remember, fd == 0 isn't supported. */
if (npollfds != 1
|| ((fd = sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc,
0, ufds)) <= 0)
|| ((events = sim_core_read_unaligned_2 (current_cpu, pc,
0, ufds + 4))
!= TARGET_POLLIN)
|| ((cb->to_fstat) (cb, fd, &buf) != 0
|| (buf.st_mode & S_IFIFO) == 0)
|| current_cpu->thread_data == NULL)
{
retval
= cris_unknown_syscall (current_cpu, pc,
"Unimplemented poll syscall "
"(0x%lx: [0x%x, 0x%x, x], "
"0x%lx, 0x%lx)\n",
(unsigned long) arg1, fd, events,
(unsigned long) arg2,
(unsigned long) arg3);
break;
}
retval = 0;
/* Iterate over threads; find a marker that a writer is
sleeping, waiting for a reader. */
for (i = 0; i < SIM_TARGET_MAX_THREADS; i++)
if (current_cpu->thread_data[i].cpu_context != NULL
&& current_cpu->thread_data[i].pipe_read_fd == fd)
{
revents = TARGET_POLLIN;
retval = 1;
break;
}
/* Timeout decreases with whatever time passed between the
last syscall and this. That's not exactly right for the
first call, but it's close enough that it isn't
worthwhile to complicate matters by making that a special
case. */
timeout
-= (TARGET_TIME_MS (current_cpu)
- (current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].last_execution));
/* Arrange to repeat this syscall until timeout or event,
decreasing timeout at each iteration. */
if (timeout > 0 && revents == 0)
{
bfd_byte timeout_buf[4];
bfd_putl32 (timeout, timeout_buf);
(*CPU_REG_STORE (current_cpu)) (current_cpu,
H_GR_R12, timeout_buf, 4);
sim_pc_set (current_cpu, pc);
retval = arg1;
break;
}
sim_core_write_unaligned_2 (current_cpu, pc, 0, ufds + 4 + 2,
revents);
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_time:
{
retval = (int) (*cb->time) (cb, 0L);
/* At time of this writing, CB_SYSCALL_time doesn't do the
part of setting *arg1 to the return value. */
if (arg1)
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg1, retval);
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_gettimeofday:
if (arg1 != 0)
{
USI ts = TARGET_TIME (current_cpu);
USI tms = TARGET_TIME_MS (current_cpu);
/* First dword is seconds since TARGET_EPOCH. */
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg1, ts);
/* Second dword is microseconds. */
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg1 + 4,
(tms % 1000) * 1000);
}
if (arg2 != 0)
{
/* Time-zone info is always cleared. */
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg2, 0);
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg2 + 4, 0);
}
retval = 0;
break;
case TARGET_SYS_llseek:
{
/* If it fits, tweak parameters to fit the "generic" 32-bit
lseek and use that. */
SI fd = arg1;
SI offs_hi = arg2;
SI offs_lo = arg3;
SI resultp = arg4;
SI whence = arg5;
retval = 0;
if (!((offs_hi == 0 && offs_lo >= 0)
|| (offs_hi == -1 && offs_lo < 0)))
{
retval
= cris_unknown_syscall (current_cpu, pc,
"Unimplemented llseek offset,"
" fd %d: 0x%x:0x%x\n",
fd, (unsigned) arg2,
(unsigned) arg3);
break;
}
s.func = TARGET_SYS_lseek;
s.arg2 = offs_lo;
s.arg3 = whence;
if (cb_syscall (cb, &s) != CB_RC_OK)
{
sim_io_eprintf (sd, "Break 13: invalid %d? Returned %ld\n", callnum,
s.result);
sim_engine_halt (sd, current_cpu, NULL, pc, sim_stopped, SIM_SIGILL);
}
if (s.result < 0)
retval = -s.errcode;
else
{
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, resultp,
s.result);
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, resultp + 4,
s.result < 0 ? -1 : 0);
}
break;
}
/* ssize_t writev(int fd, const struct iovec *iov, int iovcnt);
where:
struct iovec {
void *iov_base; Starting address
size_t iov_len; Number of bytes to transfer
}; */
case TARGET_SYS_writev:
{
SI fd = arg1;
SI iov = arg2;
SI iovcnt = arg3;
SI retcnt = 0;
int i;
/* We'll ignore strict error-handling and just do multiple write calls. */
for (i = 0; i < iovcnt; i++)
{
int sysret;
USI iov_base
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0,
iov + 8*i);
USI iov_len
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0,
iov + 8*i + 4);
s.func = TARGET_SYS_write;
s.arg1 = fd;
s.arg2 = iov_base;
s.arg3 = iov_len;
if (cb_syscall (cb, &s) != CB_RC_OK)
abort ();
sysret = s.result == -1 ? -s.errcode : s.result;
if (sysret != iov_len)
{
if (i != 0)
abort ();
retcnt = sysret;
break;
}
retcnt += iov_len;
}
retval = retcnt;
}
break;
/* This one does have a generic callback function, but at the time
of this writing, cb_syscall does not have code for it, and we
need target-specific code for the threads implementation
anyway. */
case TARGET_SYS_kill:
{
USI pid = arg1;
USI sig = arg2;
retval = 0;
/* At kill(2), glibc sets signal masks such that the thread
machinery is initialized. Still, there is and was only
one thread. */
if (current_cpu->max_threadid == 0)
{
if (pid != TARGET_PID)
{
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EPERM);
break;
}
/* FIXME: Signal infrastructure (target-to-sim mapping). */
if (sig == TARGET_SIGABRT)
/* A call "abort ()", i.e. "kill (getpid(), SIGABRT)" is
the end-point for failing GCC test-cases. */
sim_engine_halt (sd, current_cpu, NULL, pc, sim_stopped,
SIM_SIGABRT);
else
{
sim_io_eprintf (sd, "Unimplemented signal: %d\n", sig);
sim_engine_halt (sd, current_cpu, NULL, pc, sim_stopped,
SIM_SIGILL);
}
/* This will not be reached. */
abort ();
}
else
retval = deliver_signal (current_cpu, sig, pid);
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_rt_sigprocmask:
{
int i;
USI how = arg1;
USI newsetp = arg2;
USI oldsetp = arg3;
if (how != TARGET_SIG_BLOCK
&& how != TARGET_SIG_SETMASK
&& how != TARGET_SIG_UNBLOCK)
{
retval
= cris_unknown_syscall (current_cpu, pc,
"Unimplemented rt_sigprocmask "
"syscall (0x%x, 0x%x, 0x%x)\n",
arg1, arg2, arg3);
break;
}
if (newsetp)
{
USI set_low
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0,
newsetp);
USI set_high
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0,
newsetp + 4);
/* The sigmask is kept in the per-thread data, so we may
need to create the first one. */
if (current_cpu->thread_data == NULL)
make_first_thread (current_cpu);
if (how == TARGET_SIG_SETMASK)
for (i = 0; i < 64; i++)
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].sigdata[i].blocked = 0;
for (i = 0; i < 32; i++)
if ((set_low & (1 << i)))
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].sigdata[i + 1].blocked
= (how != TARGET_SIG_UNBLOCK);
for (i = 0; i < 31; i++)
if ((set_high & (1 << i)))
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].sigdata[i + 33].blocked
= (how != TARGET_SIG_UNBLOCK);
/* The mask changed, so a signal may be unblocked for
execution. */
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].sigpending = 1;
}
if (oldsetp != 0)
{
USI set_low = 0;
USI set_high = 0;
for (i = 0; i < 32; i++)
if (current_cpu->thread_data[threadno]
.sigdata[i + 1].blocked)
set_low |= 1 << i;
for (i = 0; i < 31; i++)
if (current_cpu->thread_data[threadno]
.sigdata[i + 33].blocked)
set_high |= 1 << i;
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, oldsetp + 0, set_low);
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, oldsetp + 4, set_high);
}
retval = 0;
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_sigreturn:
{
int i;
bfd_byte regbuf[4];
int was_sigsuspended;
if (current_cpu->thread_data == NULL
/* The CPU context is saved with the simulator data, not
on the stack as in the real world. */
|| (current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].cpu_context_atsignal
== NULL))
{
retval
= cris_unknown_syscall (current_cpu, pc,
"Invalid sigreturn syscall: "
"no signal handler active "
"(0x%lx, 0x%lx, 0x%lx, 0x%lx, "
"0x%lx, 0x%lx)\n",
(unsigned long) arg1,
(unsigned long) arg2,
(unsigned long) arg3,
(unsigned long) arg4,
(unsigned long) arg5,
(unsigned long) arg6);
break;
}
was_sigsuspended
= current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].sigsuspended;
/* Restore the sigmask, either from the stack copy made when
the sighandler was called, or from the saved state
specifically for sigsuspend(2). */
if (was_sigsuspended)
{
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].sigsuspended = 0;
for (i = 0; i < 64; i++)
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].sigdata[i].blocked
= current_cpu->thread_data[threadno]
.sigdata[i].blocked_suspendsave;
}
else
{
USI sp;
USI set_low;
USI set_high;
(*CPU_REG_FETCH (current_cpu)) (current_cpu,
H_GR_SP, regbuf, 4);
sp = bfd_getl32 (regbuf);
set_low
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, sp);
set_high
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, sp + 4);
for (i = 0; i < 32; i++)
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].sigdata[i + 1].blocked
= (set_low & (1 << i)) != 0;
for (i = 0; i < 31; i++)
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].sigdata[i + 33].blocked
= (set_high & (1 << i)) != 0;
}
/* The mask changed, so a signal may be unblocked for
execution. */
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].sigpending = 1;
memcpy (&current_cpu->cpu_data_placeholder,
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].cpu_context_atsignal,
current_cpu->thread_cpu_data_size);
free (current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].cpu_context_atsignal);
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].cpu_context_atsignal = NULL;
/* The return value must come from the saved R10. */
(*CPU_REG_FETCH (current_cpu)) (current_cpu, H_GR_R10, regbuf, 4);
retval = bfd_getl32 (regbuf);
/* We must also break the "sigsuspension loop". */
if (was_sigsuspended)
sim_pc_set (current_cpu, sim_pc_get (current_cpu) + 2);
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_rt_sigsuspend:
{
USI newsetp = arg1;
USI setsize = arg2;
if (setsize != 8)
{
retval
= cris_unknown_syscall (current_cpu, pc,
"Unimplemented rt_sigsuspend syscall"
" arguments (0x%lx, 0x%lx)\n",
(unsigned long) arg1,
(unsigned long) arg2);
break;
}
/* Don't change the signal mask if we're already in
sigsuspend state (i.e. this syscall is a rerun). */
else if (!current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].sigsuspended)
{
USI set_low
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0,
newsetp);
USI set_high
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0,
newsetp + 4);
int i;
/* Save the current sigmask and insert the user-supplied
one. */
for (i = 0; i < 32; i++)
{
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno]
.sigdata[i + 1].blocked_suspendsave
= current_cpu->thread_data[threadno]
.sigdata[i + 1].blocked;
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno]
.sigdata[i + 1].blocked = (set_low & (1 << i)) != 0;
}
for (i = 0; i < 31; i++)
{
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno]
.sigdata[i + 33].blocked_suspendsave
= current_cpu->thread_data[threadno]
.sigdata[i + 33].blocked;
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno]
.sigdata[i + 33].blocked = (set_high & (1 << i)) != 0;
}
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].sigsuspended = 1;
/* The mask changed, so a signal may be unblocked for
execution. */
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].sigpending = 1;
}
/* Because we don't use arg1 (newsetp) when this syscall is
rerun, it doesn't matter that we overwrite it with the
(constant) return value. */
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EINTR);
sim_pc_set (current_cpu, pc);
break;
}
/* Add case labels here for other syscalls using the 32-bit
"struct stat", provided they have a corresponding simulator
function of course. */
case TARGET_SYS_stat:
case TARGET_SYS_fstat:
{
/* As long as the infrastructure doesn't cache anything
related to the stat mapping, this trick gets us a dual
"struct stat"-type mapping in the least error-prone way. */
const char *saved_map = cb->stat_map;
CB_TARGET_DEFS_MAP *saved_syscall_map = cb->syscall_map;
cb->syscall_map = (CB_TARGET_DEFS_MAP *) syscall_stat32_map;
cb->stat_map = stat32_map;
if (cb_syscall (cb, &s) != CB_RC_OK)
{
abort ();
sim_engine_halt (sd, current_cpu, NULL, pc, sim_stopped,
SIM_SIGILL);
}
retval = s.result == -1 ? -s.errcode : s.result;
cb->stat_map = saved_map;
cb->syscall_map = saved_syscall_map;
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_getcwd:
{
USI buf = arg1;
USI size = arg2;
char *cwd = xmalloc (SIM_PATHMAX);
if (cwd != getcwd (cwd, SIM_PATHMAX))
abort ();
/* FIXME: When and if we support chdir, we need something
a bit more elaborate. */
if (simulator_sysroot[0] != '\0')
strcpy (cwd, "/");
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, ERANGE);
if (strlen (cwd) + 1 <= size)
{
retval = strlen (cwd) + 1;
if (sim_core_write_buffer (sd, current_cpu, 0, cwd,
buf, retval)
!= (unsigned int) retval)
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EFAULT);
}
free (cwd);
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_access:
{
SI path = arg1;
SI mode = arg2;
char *pbuf = xmalloc (SIM_PATHMAX);
int i;
int o = 0;
int hmode = 0;
if (sim_core_read_unaligned_1 (current_cpu, pc, 0, path) == '/')
{
strcpy (pbuf, simulator_sysroot);
o += strlen (simulator_sysroot);
}
for (i = 0; i + o < SIM_PATHMAX; i++)
{
pbuf[i + o]
= sim_core_read_unaligned_1 (current_cpu, pc, 0, path + i);
if (pbuf[i + o] == 0)
break;
}
if (i + o == SIM_PATHMAX)
{
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, ENAMETOOLONG);
break;
}
/* Assert that we don't get calls for files for which we
don't have support. */
if (strncmp (pbuf + strlen (simulator_sysroot),
"/proc/", 6) == 0)
abort ();
#define X_AFLAG(x) if (mode & TARGET_ ## x) hmode |= x
X_AFLAG (R_OK);
X_AFLAG (W_OK);
X_AFLAG (X_OK);
X_AFLAG (F_OK);
#undef X_AFLAG
if (access (pbuf, hmode) != 0)
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, errno);
else
retval = 0;
free (pbuf);
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_readlink:
{
SI path = arg1;
SI buf = arg2;
SI bufsiz = arg3;
char *pbuf = xmalloc (SIM_PATHMAX);
char *lbuf = xmalloc (SIM_PATHMAX);
char *lbuf_alloc = lbuf;
int nchars = -1;
int i;
int o = 0;
if (sim_core_read_unaligned_1 (current_cpu, pc, 0, path) == '/')
{
strcpy (pbuf, simulator_sysroot);
o += strlen (simulator_sysroot);
}
for (i = 0; i + o < SIM_PATHMAX; i++)
{
pbuf[i + o]
= sim_core_read_unaligned_1 (current_cpu, pc, 0, path + i);
if (pbuf[i + o] == 0)
break;
}
if (i + o == SIM_PATHMAX)
{
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, ENAMETOOLONG);
break;
}
/* Intervene calls for certain files expected in the target
proc file system. */
if (strcmp (pbuf + strlen (simulator_sysroot),
"/proc/" XSTRING (TARGET_PID) "/exe") == 0)
{
char *argv0
= (STATE_PROG_ARGV (sd) != NULL
? *STATE_PROG_ARGV (sd) : NULL);
if (argv0 == NULL || *argv0 == '.')
{
retval
= cris_unknown_syscall (current_cpu, pc,
"Unimplemented readlink syscall "
"(0x%lx: [\"%s\"], 0x%lx)\n",
(unsigned long) arg1, pbuf,
(unsigned long) arg2);
break;
}
else if (*argv0 == '/')
{
if (strncmp (simulator_sysroot, argv0,
strlen (simulator_sysroot)) == 0)
argv0 += strlen (simulator_sysroot);
strcpy (lbuf, argv0);
nchars = strlen (argv0) + 1;
}
else
{
if (getcwd (lbuf, SIM_PATHMAX) != NULL
&& strlen (lbuf) + 2 + strlen (argv0) < SIM_PATHMAX)
{
if (strncmp (simulator_sysroot, lbuf,
strlen (simulator_sysroot)) == 0)
lbuf += strlen (simulator_sysroot);
strcat (lbuf, "/");
strcat (lbuf, argv0);
nchars = strlen (lbuf) + 1;
}
else
abort ();
}
}
else
nchars = readlink (pbuf, lbuf, SIM_PATHMAX);
/* We trust that the readlink result returns a *relative*
link, or one already adjusted for the file-path-prefix.
(We can't generally tell the difference, so we go with
the easiest decision; no adjustment.) */
if (nchars == -1)
{
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, errno);
break;
}
if (bufsiz < nchars)
nchars = bufsiz;
if (sim_core_write_buffer (sd, current_cpu, write_map, lbuf,
buf, nchars) != (unsigned int) nchars)
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EFAULT);
else
retval = nchars;
free (pbuf);
free (lbuf_alloc);
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_sched_getscheduler:
{
USI pid = arg1;
/* FIXME: Search (other) existing threads. */
if (pid != 0 && pid != TARGET_PID)
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, ESRCH);
else
retval = TARGET_SCHED_OTHER;
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_sched_getparam:
{
USI pid = arg1;
USI paramp = arg2;
/* The kernel says:
struct sched_param {
int sched_priority;
}; */
if (pid != 0 && pid != TARGET_PID)
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, ESRCH);
else
{
/* FIXME: Save scheduler setting before threads are
created too. */
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, paramp,
current_cpu->thread_data != NULL
? (current_cpu
->thread_data[threadno]
.priority)
: 0);
retval = 0;
}
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_sched_setparam:
{
USI pid = arg1;
USI paramp = arg2;
if ((pid != 0 && pid != TARGET_PID)
|| sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0,
paramp) != 0)
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EINVAL);
else
retval = 0;
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_sched_setscheduler:
{
USI pid = arg1;
USI policy = arg2;
USI paramp = arg3;
if ((pid != 0 && pid != TARGET_PID)
|| policy != TARGET_SCHED_OTHER
|| sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0,
paramp) != 0)
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EINVAL);
else
/* FIXME: Save scheduler setting to be read in later
sched_getparam calls. */
retval = 0;
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_sched_yield:
/* We reschedule to the next thread after a syscall anyway, so
we don't have to do anything here than to set the return
value. */
retval = 0;
break;
case TARGET_SYS_sched_get_priority_min:
case TARGET_SYS_sched_get_priority_max:
if (arg1 != 0)
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EINVAL);
else
retval = 0;
break;
case TARGET_SYS_ugetrlimit:
{
unsigned int curlim, maxlim;
if (arg1 != TARGET_RLIMIT_STACK && arg1 != TARGET_RLIMIT_NOFILE)
{
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EINVAL);
break;
}
/* The kernel says:
struct rlimit {
unsigned long rlim_cur;
unsigned long rlim_max;
}; */
if (arg1 == TARGET_RLIMIT_NOFILE)
{
/* Sadly a very low limit. Better not lie, though. */
maxlim = curlim = MAX_CALLBACK_FDS;
}
else /* arg1 == TARGET_RLIMIT_STACK */
{
maxlim = 0xffffffff;
curlim = 0x800000;
}
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg2, curlim);
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg2 + 4, maxlim);
retval = 0;
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_setrlimit:
if (arg1 != TARGET_RLIMIT_STACK)
{
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EINVAL);
break;
}
/* FIXME: Save values for future ugetrlimit calls. */
retval = 0;
break;
/* Provide a very limited subset of the sysctl functions, and
abort for the rest. */
case TARGET_SYS__sysctl:
{
/* The kernel says:
struct __sysctl_args {
int *name;
int nlen;
void *oldval;
size_t *oldlenp;
void *newval;
size_t newlen;
unsigned long __unused[4];
}; */
SI name = sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg1);
SI name0 = name == 0
? 0 : sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, name);
SI name1 = name == 0
? 0 : sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, name + 4);
SI nlen
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg1 + 4);
SI oldval
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg1 + 8);
SI oldlenp
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg1 + 12);
SI oldlen = oldlenp == 0
? 0 : sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, oldlenp);
SI newval
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg1 + 16);
SI newlen
= sim_core_read_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, arg1 + 20);
if (name0 == TARGET_CTL_KERN && name1 == TARGET_CTL_KERN_VERSION)
{
SI to_write = oldlen < (SI) sizeof (TARGET_UTSNAME)
? oldlen : (SI) sizeof (TARGET_UTSNAME);
sim_core_write_unaligned_4 (current_cpu, pc, 0, oldlenp,
sizeof (TARGET_UTSNAME));
if (sim_core_write_buffer (sd, current_cpu, write_map,
TARGET_UTSNAME, oldval,
to_write)
!= (unsigned int) to_write)
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EFAULT);
else
retval = 0;
break;
}
retval
= cris_unknown_syscall (current_cpu, pc,
"Unimplemented _sysctl syscall "
"(0x%lx: [0x%lx, 0x%lx],"
" 0x%lx, 0x%lx, 0x%lx, 0x%lx, 0x%lx)\n",
(unsigned long) name,
(unsigned long) name0,
(unsigned long) name1,
(unsigned long) nlen,
(unsigned long) oldval,
(unsigned long) oldlenp,
(unsigned long) newval,
(unsigned long) newlen);
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_exit:
{
/* Here for all but the last thread. */
int i;
int pid
= current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].threadid + TARGET_PID;
int ppid
= (current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].parent_threadid
+ TARGET_PID);
int exitsig = current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].exitsig;
/* Any children are now all orphans. */
for (i = 0; i < SIM_TARGET_MAX_THREADS; i++)
if (current_cpu->thread_data[i].parent_threadid
== current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].threadid)
/* Make getppid(2) return 1 for them, poor little ones. */
current_cpu->thread_data[i].parent_threadid = -TARGET_PID + 1;
/* Free the cpu context data. When the parent has received
the exit status, we'll clear the entry too. */
free (current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].cpu_context);
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].cpu_context = NULL;
current_cpu->m1threads--;
if (arg1 != 0)
{
sim_io_eprintf (sd, "Thread %d exited with status %d\n",
pid, arg1);
sim_engine_halt (sd, current_cpu, NULL, pc, sim_stopped,
SIM_SIGILL);
}
/* Still, we may want to support non-zero exit values. */
current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].exitval = arg1 << 8;
if (exitsig)
deliver_signal (current_cpu, exitsig, ppid);
break;
}
case TARGET_SYS_clone:
{
int nthreads = current_cpu->m1threads + 1;
void *thread_cpu_data;
bfd_byte old_sp_buf[4];
bfd_byte sp_buf[4];
const bfd_byte zeros[4] = { 0, 0, 0, 0 };
int i;
/* That's right, the syscall clone arguments are reversed
compared to sys_clone notes in clone(2) and compared to
other Linux ports (i.e. it's the same order as in the
clone(2) libcall). */
USI flags = arg2;
USI newsp = arg1;
if (nthreads == SIM_TARGET_MAX_THREADS)
{
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, EAGAIN);
break;
}
/* FIXME: Implement the low byte. */
if ((flags & ~TARGET_CSIGNAL) !=
(TARGET_CLONE_VM
| TARGET_CLONE_FS
| TARGET_CLONE_FILES
| TARGET_CLONE_SIGHAND)
|| newsp == 0)
{
retval
= cris_unknown_syscall (current_cpu, pc,
"Unimplemented clone syscall "
"(0x%lx, 0x%lx)\n",
(unsigned long) arg1,
(unsigned long) arg2);
break;
}
if (current_cpu->thread_data == NULL)
make_first_thread (current_cpu);
/* The created thread will get the new SP and a cleared R10.
Since it's created out of a copy of the old thread and we
don't have a set-register-function that just take the
cpu_data as a parameter, we set the childs values first,
and write back or overwrite them in the parent after the
copy. */
(*CPU_REG_FETCH (current_cpu)) (current_cpu,
H_GR_SP, old_sp_buf, 4);
bfd_putl32 (newsp, sp_buf);
(*CPU_REG_STORE (current_cpu)) (current_cpu,
H_GR_SP, sp_buf, 4);
(*CPU_REG_STORE (current_cpu)) (current_cpu,
H_GR_R10, (bfd_byte *) zeros, 4);
thread_cpu_data
= (*current_cpu
->make_thread_cpu_data) (current_cpu,
&current_cpu->cpu_data_placeholder);
(*CPU_REG_STORE (current_cpu)) (current_cpu,
H_GR_SP, old_sp_buf, 4);
retval = ++current_cpu->max_threadid + TARGET_PID;
/* Find an unused slot. After a few threads have been created
and exited, the array is expected to be a bit fragmented.
We don't reuse the first entry, though, that of the
original thread. */
for (i = 1; i < SIM_TARGET_MAX_THREADS; i++)
if (current_cpu->thread_data[i].cpu_context == NULL
/* Don't reuse a zombied entry. */
&& current_cpu->thread_data[i].threadid == 0)
break;
memcpy (&current_cpu->thread_data[i],
&current_cpu->thread_data[threadno],
sizeof (current_cpu->thread_data[i]));
current_cpu->thread_data[i].cpu_context = thread_cpu_data;
current_cpu->thread_data[i].cpu_context_atsignal = NULL;
current_cpu->thread_data[i].threadid = current_cpu->max_threadid;
current_cpu->thread_data[i].parent_threadid
= current_cpu->thread_data[threadno].threadid;
current_cpu->thread_data[i].pipe_read_fd = 0;
current_cpu->thread_data[i].pipe_write_fd = 0;
current_cpu->thread_data[i].at_syscall = 0;
current_cpu->thread_data[i].sigpending = 0;
current_cpu->thread_data[i].sigsuspended = 0;
current_cpu->thread_data[i].exitsig = flags & TARGET_CSIGNAL;
current_cpu->m1threads = nthreads;
break;
}
/* Better watch these in case they do something necessary. */
case TARGET_SYS_socketcall:
retval = -cb_host_to_target_errno (cb, ENOSYS);
break;
case TARGET_SYS_set_thread_area:
/* Do the same error check as Linux. */
if (