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# Copyright (c) 2014 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
import os
import re
import crash_utils
class StackFrame(object):
"""Represents a frame in stacktrace.
index: An index of the stack frame.
component_path: The path of the component this frame represents.
component_name: The name of the component this frame represents.
file_name: The name of the file that crashed.
function: The function that caused the crash.
file_path: The path of the crashed file.
crashed_line_number: The line of the file that caused the crash.
def __init__(self, stack_frame_index, component_path, component_name,
file_name, function, file_path, crashed_line_number):
self.index = stack_frame_index
self.component_path = component_path
self.component_name = component_name
self.file_name = file_name
self.function = function
self.file_path = file_path
self.crashed_line_number = crashed_line_number
class CallStack(object):
"""Represents a call stack within a stacktrace.
It is a list of StackFrame object, and the object keeps track of whether
the stack is crash stack, freed or previously-allocated.
def __init__(self, stack_priority):
self.frame_list = []
self.priority = stack_priority
def Add(self, stacktrace_line):
def GetTopNFrames(self, n):
return self.frame_list[:n]
class Stacktrace(object):
"""Represents Stacktrace object.
Contains a list of callstacks, because one stacktrace might have more than
one callstacks.
def __init__(self, stacktrace, build_type, parsed_deps):
self.stack_list = None
self.parsed_deps = parsed_deps
self.ParseStacktrace(stacktrace, build_type)
def ParseStacktrace(self, stacktrace, build_type):
"""Parses stacktrace and normalizes it.
If there are multiple callstacks within the stacktrace,
it will parse each of them separately, and store them in the stack_list
stacktrace: A string containing stacktrace.
build_type: A string containing the build type of the crash.
# If the passed in string is empty, the object does not represent anything.
if not stacktrace:
# Reset the stack list.
self.stack_list = []
reached_new_callstack = False
# Note that we do not need exact stack frame index, we only need relative
# position of a frame within a callstack. The reason for not extracting
# index from a line is that some stack frames do not have index.
stack_frame_index = 0
current_stack = None
for line in stacktrace:
(is_new_callstack, stack_priority) = self.__IsStartOfNewCallStack(
line, build_type)
if is_new_callstack:
# If this callstack is crash stack, update the boolean.
if not reached_new_callstack:
reached_new_callstack = True
current_stack = CallStack(stack_priority)
# If this is from freed or allocation, add the callstack we have
# to the list of callstacks, and increment the stack priority.
stack_frame_index = 0
if current_stack and current_stack.frame_list:
current_stack = CallStack(stack_priority)
# Generate stack frame object from the line.
parsed_stack_frame = self.__GenerateStackFrame(
stack_frame_index, line, build_type)
# If the line does not represent the stack frame, ignore this line.
if not parsed_stack_frame:
# Add the parsed stack frame object to the current stack.
stack_frame_index += 1
# Add the current callstack only if there are frames in it.
if current_stack and current_stack.frame_list:
def __IsStartOfNewCallStack(self, line, build_type):
"""Check if this line is the start of the new callstack.
Since each builds have different format of stacktrace, the logic for
checking the line for all builds is handled in here.
line: Line to check for.
build_type: The name of the build.
True if the line is the start of new callstack, False otherwise. If True,
it also returns the priority of the line.
# Currently not supported.
if 'android' in build_type:
elif 'syzyasan' in build_type:
# In syzyasan build, new stack starts with 'crash stack:',
# 'freed stack:', etc.
callstack_start_pattern = re.compile(r'^(.*) stack:$')
match = callstack_start_pattern.match(line)
# If the line matches the callstack start pattern.
if match:
# Check the type of the new match.
stack_type =
# Crash stack gets priority 0.
if stack_type == 'Crash':
return (True, 0)
# Other callstacks all get priority 1.
return (True, 1)
elif 'tsan' in build_type:
# Create patterns for each callstack type.
crash_callstack_start_pattern = re.compile(
r'^(Read|Write) of size \d+')
allocation_callstack_start_pattern = re.compile(
r'^Previous (write|read) of size \d+')
location_callstack_start_pattern = re.compile(
r'^Location is heap block of size \d+')
# Crash stack gets priority 0.
if crash_callstack_start_pattern.match(line):
return (True, 0)
# All other stacks get priority 1.
if allocation_callstack_start_pattern.match(line):
return (True, 1)
if location_callstack_start_pattern.match(line):
return (True, 1)
# In asan and other build types, crash stack can start
# in two different ways.
crash_callstack_start_pattern1 = re.compile(r'^==\d+== ?ERROR:')
crash_callstack_start_pattern2 = re.compile(
r'^(READ|WRITE) of size \d+ at')
freed_callstack_start_pattern = re.compile(
r'^freed by thread T\d+ (.* )?here:')
allocation_callstack_start_pattern = re.compile(
r'^previously allocated by thread T\d+ (.* )?here:')
other_callstack_start_pattern = re.compile(
r'^Thread T\d+ (.* )?created by')
# Crash stack gets priority 0.
if (crash_callstack_start_pattern1.match(line) or
return (True, 0)
# All other callstack gets priority 1.
if freed_callstack_start_pattern.match(line):
return (True, 1)
if allocation_callstack_start_pattern.match(line):
return (True, 1)
if other_callstack_start_pattern.match(line):
return (True, 1)
# If the line does not match any pattern, return false and a dummy for
# stack priority.
return (False, -1)
def __GenerateStackFrame(self, stack_frame_index, line, build_type):
"""Extracts information from a line in stacktrace.
stack_frame_index: A stack frame index of this line.
line: A stacktrace string to extract data from.
build_type: A string containing the build type
of this crash (e.g. linux_asan_chrome_mp).
A triple containing the name of the function, the path of the file and
the crashed line number.
line_parts = line.split()
# Filter out lines that are not stack frame.
stack_frame_index_pattern = re.compile(r'#(\d+)')
if not stack_frame_index_pattern.match(line_parts[0]):
return None
# Tsan has different stack frame style from other builds.
if build_type.startswith('linux_tsan'):
file_path_and_line = line_parts[-2]
function = ' '.join(line_parts[1:-2])
file_path_and_line = line_parts[-1]
function = ' '.join(line_parts[3:-1])
# Get file path and line info from the line.
file_path_and_line = file_path_and_line.split(':')
file_path = file_path_and_line[0]
crashed_line_number = int(file_path_and_line[1])
# Return None if the line is malformed.
except IndexError:
return None
except ValueError:
return None
# Normalize the file path so that it can be compared to repository path.
file_name = os.path.basename(file_path)
(component_path, component_name, file_path) = (
crash_utils.NormalizePathLinux(file_path, self.parsed_deps))
# If this component is not supported, ignore this line.
if not component_path:
return None
# Return a new stack frame object with the parsed information.
return StackFrame(stack_frame_index, component_path, component_name,
file_name, function, file_path, crashed_line_number)
def __getitem__(self, index):
return self.stack_list[index]
def GetCrashStack(self):
"""Returns the callstack with the highest priority.
Crash stack has priority 0, and allocation/freed/other thread stacks
get priority 1.
The highest priority callstack in the stacktrace.
sorted_stacklist = sorted(self.stack_list,
key=lambda callstack: callstack.priority)
return sorted_stacklist[0]