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/*--------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*--- Reading of syms & debug info from ELF .so/executable files. ---*/
/*--- readelf.c ---*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*
This file is part of Valgrind, a dynamic binary instrumentation
framework.
Copyright (C) 2000-2013 Julian Seward
jseward@acm.org
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 2 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, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA
02111-1307, USA.
The GNU General Public License is contained in the file COPYING.
*/
#if defined(VGO_linux)
#include "pub_core_basics.h"
#include "pub_core_vki.h"
#include "pub_core_debuginfo.h"
#include "pub_core_libcbase.h"
#include "pub_core_libcprint.h"
#include "pub_core_libcassert.h"
#include "pub_core_machine.h" /* VG_ELF_CLASS */
#include "pub_core_options.h"
#include "pub_core_oset.h"
#include "pub_core_tooliface.h" /* VG_(needs) */
#include "pub_core_xarray.h"
#include "priv_misc.h" /* dinfo_zalloc/free/strdup */
#include "priv_image.h"
#include "priv_d3basics.h"
#include "priv_tytypes.h"
#include "priv_storage.h"
#include "priv_readelf.h" /* self */
#include "priv_readdwarf.h" /* 'cos ELF contains DWARF */
#include "priv_readdwarf3.h"
#include "priv_readexidx.h"
/* --- !!! --- EXTERNAL HEADERS start --- !!! --- */
#include <elf.h>
/* --- !!! --- EXTERNAL HEADERS end --- !!! --- */
/*------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*--- 32/64-bit parameterisation ---*/
/*------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* For all the ELF macros and types which specify '32' or '64',
select the correct variant for this platform and give it
an 'XX' name. Then use the 'XX' variant consistently in
the rest of this file.
*/
#if VG_WORDSIZE == 4
# define ElfXX_Ehdr Elf32_Ehdr
# define ElfXX_Shdr Elf32_Shdr
# define ElfXX_Phdr Elf32_Phdr
# define ElfXX_Nhdr Elf32_Nhdr
# define ElfXX_Sym Elf32_Sym
# define ElfXX_Off Elf32_Off
# define ElfXX_Word Elf32_Word
# define ElfXX_Addr Elf32_Addr
# define ElfXX_Dyn Elf32_Dyn
# define ELFXX_ST_BIND ELF32_ST_BIND
# define ELFXX_ST_TYPE ELF32_ST_TYPE
#elif VG_WORDSIZE == 8
# define ElfXX_Ehdr Elf64_Ehdr
# define ElfXX_Shdr Elf64_Shdr
# define ElfXX_Phdr Elf64_Phdr
# define ElfXX_Nhdr Elf64_Nhdr
# define ElfXX_Sym Elf64_Sym
# define ElfXX_Off Elf64_Off
# define ElfXX_Word Elf64_Word
# define ElfXX_Addr Elf64_Addr
# define ElfXX_Dyn Elf64_Dyn
# define ELFXX_ST_BIND ELF64_ST_BIND
# define ELFXX_ST_TYPE ELF64_ST_TYPE
#else
# error "VG_WORDSIZE should be 4 or 8"
#endif
/*------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*--- ---*/
/*--- Read symbol table and line info from ELF files. ---*/
/*--- ---*/
/*------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* readelf.c parses ELF files and acquires symbol table info from
them. It calls onwards to readdwarf.c to read DWARF2/3 line number
and call frame info found. */
/* Identify an ELF object file by peering at the first few bytes of
it. */
Bool ML_(is_elf_object_file)( void* image, SizeT n_image, Bool rel_ok )
{
ElfXX_Ehdr* ehdr = (ElfXX_Ehdr*)image;
Int ok = 1;
if (n_image < sizeof(ElfXX_Ehdr))
return False;
ok &= (ehdr->e_ident[EI_MAG0] == 0x7F
&& ehdr->e_ident[EI_MAG1] == 'E'
&& ehdr->e_ident[EI_MAG2] == 'L'
&& ehdr->e_ident[EI_MAG3] == 'F');
ok &= (ehdr->e_ident[EI_CLASS] == VG_ELF_CLASS
&& ehdr->e_ident[EI_DATA] == VG_ELF_DATA2XXX
&& ehdr->e_ident[EI_VERSION] == EV_CURRENT);
ok &= (ehdr->e_type == ET_EXEC || ehdr->e_type == ET_DYN
|| (rel_ok && ehdr->e_type == ET_REL));
ok &= (ehdr->e_machine == VG_ELF_MACHINE);
ok &= (ehdr->e_version == EV_CURRENT);
ok &= (ehdr->e_shstrndx != SHN_UNDEF);
ok &= (ehdr->e_shoff != 0 && ehdr->e_shnum != 0);
ok &= ((ehdr->e_phoff != 0 && ehdr->e_phnum != 0)
|| ehdr->e_type == ET_REL);
return ok ? True : False;
}
/* The same thing, but operating on a DiImage instead. */
static Bool is_elf_object_file_by_DiImage( DiImage* img, Bool rel_ok )
{
/* Be sure this doesn't make the frame too big. */
vg_assert(sizeof(ElfXX_Ehdr) <= 512);
ElfXX_Ehdr ehdr;
if (!ML_(img_valid)(img, 0, sizeof(ehdr)))
return False;
ML_(img_get)(&ehdr, img, 0, sizeof(ehdr));
return ML_(is_elf_object_file)( &ehdr, sizeof(ehdr), rel_ok );
}
/* Show a raw ELF symbol, given its in-image address and name. */
static
void show_raw_elf_symbol ( DiImage* strtab_img,
Int i,
ElfXX_Sym* sym,
DiOffT sym_name_ioff, Addr sym_svma,
Bool ppc64_linux_format )
{
const HChar* space = ppc64_linux_format ? " " : "";
VG_(printf)("raw symbol [%4d]: ", i);
switch (ELFXX_ST_BIND(sym->st_info)) {
case STB_LOCAL: VG_(printf)("LOC "); break;
case STB_GLOBAL: VG_(printf)("GLO "); break;
case STB_WEAK: VG_(printf)("WEA "); break;
case STB_LOPROC: VG_(printf)("lop "); break;
case STB_HIPROC: VG_(printf)("hip "); break;
default: VG_(printf)("??? "); break;
}
switch (ELFXX_ST_TYPE(sym->st_info)) {
case STT_NOTYPE: VG_(printf)("NOT "); break;
case STT_OBJECT: VG_(printf)("OBJ "); break;
case STT_FUNC: VG_(printf)("FUN "); break;
case STT_SECTION: VG_(printf)("SEC "); break;
case STT_FILE: VG_(printf)("FIL "); break;
case STT_LOPROC: VG_(printf)("lop "); break;
case STT_HIPROC: VG_(printf)("hip "); break;
default: VG_(printf)("??? "); break;
}
HChar* sym_name = NULL;
if (sym->st_name)
sym_name = ML_(img_strdup)(strtab_img, "di.sres.1", sym_name_ioff);
VG_(printf)(": svma %#010lx, %ssz %4ld %s\n",
sym_svma, space, sym->st_size + 0UL,
(sym_name ? sym_name : "NONAME") );
if (sym_name)
ML_(dinfo_free)(sym_name);
}
/* Decide whether SYM is something we should collect, and if so, copy
relevant info to the _OUT arguments. For {x86,amd64,ppc32}-linux
this is straightforward - the name, address, size are copied out
unchanged.
There is a bit of a kludge re data symbols (see KLUDGED BSS CHECK
below): we assume that the .bss is mapped immediately after .data,
and so accept any data symbol which exists in the range [start of
.data, size of .data + size of .bss). I don't know if this is
really correct/justifiable, or not.
For ppc64be-linux it's more complex. If the symbol is seen to be in
the .opd section, it is taken to be a function descriptor, and so
a dereference is attempted, in order to get hold of the real entry
point address. Also as part of the dereference, there is an attempt
to calculate the TOC pointer (R2 value) associated with the symbol.
To support the ppc64be-linux pre-"dotless" ABI (prior to gcc 4.0.0),
if the symbol is seen to be outside the .opd section and its name
starts with a dot, an .opd deference is not attempted, and no TOC
pointer is calculated, but the leading dot is removed from the
name.
As a result, on ppc64be-linux, the caller of this function may have
to piece together the real size, address, name of the symbol from
multiple calls to this function. Ugly and confusing.
*/
static
Bool get_elf_symbol_info (
/* INPUTS */
struct _DebugInfo* di, /* containing DebugInfo */
ElfXX_Sym* sym, /* ELF symbol */
DiOffT sym_name_ioff, /* name, may be absent (DiOffT_INVALID) */
DiSlice* escn_strtab, /* holds the name */
Addr sym_svma, /* address as stated in the object file */
Bool symtab_in_debug, /* symbol table is in the debug file */
DiSlice* escn_opd, /* the .opd (ppc64be-linux only) */
PtrdiffT opd_bias, /* for biasing AVMAs found in .opd */
/* OUTPUTS */
DiOffT* sym_name_out_ioff, /* name (in strtab) we should record */
SymAVMAs* sym_avmas_out, /* sym avmas we should record */
Int* sym_size_out, /* symbol size */
Bool* from_opd_out, /* ppc64be-linux only: did we deref an
.opd entry? */
Bool* is_text_out, /* is this a text symbol? */
Bool* is_ifunc /* is this a STT_GNU_IFUNC function ?*/
)
{
Bool plausible;
# if defined(VGP_ppc64be_linux)
Bool is_in_opd;
# endif
Bool in_text, in_data, in_sdata, in_rodata, in_bss, in_sbss;
Addr text_svma, data_svma, sdata_svma, rodata_svma, bss_svma, sbss_svma;
PtrdiffT text_bias, data_bias, sdata_bias, rodata_bias, bss_bias, sbss_bias;
/* Set defaults */
*sym_name_out_ioff = sym_name_ioff;
(*sym_avmas_out).main = sym_svma; /* we will bias this shortly */
*is_text_out = True;
SET_TOCPTR_AVMA(*sym_avmas_out, 0); /* default to unknown/inapplicable */
SET_LOCAL_EP_AVMA(*sym_avmas_out, 0); /* default to unknown/inapplicable */
*from_opd_out = False;
*is_ifunc = False;
/* Get the symbol size, but restrict it to fit in a signed 32 bit
int. Also, deal with the stupid case of negative size by making
the size be 1. Note that sym->st_size has type UWord,
effectively. */
{ Word size_tmp = (Word)sym->st_size;
Word max_Int = (1LL << 31) - 1;
if (size_tmp < 0) size_tmp = 1;
if (size_tmp > max_Int) size_tmp = max_Int;
*sym_size_out = (Int)size_tmp;
}
/* After this point refer only to *sym_size_out and not to
sym->st_size. */
/* Figure out if we're interested in the symbol. Firstly, is it of
the right flavour? */
plausible
= (ELFXX_ST_BIND(sym->st_info) == STB_GLOBAL
|| ELFXX_ST_BIND(sym->st_info) == STB_LOCAL
|| ELFXX_ST_BIND(sym->st_info) == STB_WEAK
)
&&
(ELFXX_ST_TYPE(sym->st_info) == STT_FUNC
|| ELFXX_ST_TYPE(sym->st_info) == STT_OBJECT
# ifdef STT_GNU_IFUNC
|| ELFXX_ST_TYPE(sym->st_info) == STT_GNU_IFUNC
# endif
);
/* Work out the svma and bias for each section as it will appear in
addresses in the symbol table. */
if (symtab_in_debug) {
text_svma = di->text_debug_svma;
text_bias = di->text_debug_bias;
data_svma = di->data_debug_svma;
data_bias = di->data_debug_bias;
sdata_svma = di->sdata_debug_svma;
sdata_bias = di->sdata_debug_bias;
rodata_svma = di->rodata_debug_svma;
rodata_bias = di->rodata_debug_bias;
bss_svma = di->bss_debug_svma;
bss_bias = di->bss_debug_bias;
sbss_svma = di->sbss_debug_svma;
sbss_bias = di->sbss_debug_bias;
} else {
text_svma = di->text_svma;
text_bias = di->text_bias;
data_svma = di->data_svma;
data_bias = di->data_bias;
sdata_svma = di->sdata_svma;
sdata_bias = di->sdata_bias;
rodata_svma = di->rodata_svma;
rodata_bias = di->rodata_bias;
bss_svma = di->bss_svma;
bss_bias = di->bss_bias;
sbss_svma = di->sbss_svma;
sbss_bias = di->sbss_bias;
}
/* Now bias (*sym_avmas_out).main accordingly by figuring out exactly which
section the symbol is from and bias accordingly. Screws up if
the previously deduced section svma address ranges are wrong. */
if (di->text_present
&& di->text_size > 0
&& sym_svma >= text_svma
&& sym_svma < text_svma + di->text_size) {
*is_text_out = True;
(*sym_avmas_out).main += text_bias;
} else
if (di->data_present
&& di->data_size > 0
&& sym_svma >= data_svma
&& sym_svma < data_svma + di->data_size) {
*is_text_out = False;
(*sym_avmas_out).main += data_bias;
} else
if (di->sdata_present
&& di->sdata_size > 0
&& sym_svma >= sdata_svma
&& sym_svma < sdata_svma + di->sdata_size) {
*is_text_out = False;
(*sym_avmas_out).main += sdata_bias;
} else
if (di->rodata_present
&& di->rodata_size > 0
&& sym_svma >= rodata_svma
&& sym_svma < rodata_svma + di->rodata_size) {
*is_text_out = False;
(*sym_avmas_out).main += rodata_bias;
} else
if (di->bss_present
&& di->bss_size > 0
&& sym_svma >= bss_svma
&& sym_svma < bss_svma + di->bss_size) {
*is_text_out = False;
(*sym_avmas_out).main += bss_bias;
} else
if (di->sbss_present
&& di->sbss_size > 0
&& sym_svma >= sbss_svma
&& sym_svma < sbss_svma + di->sbss_size) {
*is_text_out = False;
(*sym_avmas_out).main += sbss_bias;
} else {
/* Assume it's in .text. Is this a good idea? */
*is_text_out = True;
(*sym_avmas_out).main += text_bias;
}
# ifdef STT_GNU_IFUNC
/* Check for indirect functions. */
if (*is_text_out
&& ELFXX_ST_TYPE(sym->st_info) == STT_GNU_IFUNC) {
*is_ifunc = True;
}
# endif
# if defined(VGP_ppc64be_linux)
/* Allow STT_NOTYPE in the very special case where we're running on
ppc64be-linux and the symbol is one which the .opd-chasing hack
below will chase. */
if (!plausible
&& *is_text_out
&& ELFXX_ST_TYPE(sym->st_info) == STT_NOTYPE
&& *sym_size_out > 0
&& di->opd_present
&& di->opd_size > 0
&& (*sym_avmas_out).main >= di->opd_avma
&& (*sym_avmas_out).main < di->opd_avma + di->opd_size)
plausible = True;
# endif
if (!plausible)
return False;
/* Ignore if nameless. */
if (sym_name_ioff == DiOffT_INVALID
|| /* VG_(strlen)(sym_name) == 0 */
/* equivalent but cheaper ... */
ML_(img_get_UChar)(escn_strtab->img, sym_name_ioff) == '\0') {
if (TRACE_SYMTAB_ENABLED) {
HChar* sym_name = ML_(img_strdup)(escn_strtab->img,
"di.gesi.1", sym_name_ioff);
TRACE_SYMTAB(" ignore -- nameless: %s\n", sym_name);
if (sym_name) ML_(dinfo_free)(sym_name);
}
return False;
}
/* Ignore if zero-sized. Except on Android:
On Android 2.3.5, some of the symbols that Memcheck needs to
intercept (for noise reduction purposes) have zero size, due to
lack of .size directives in handwritten assembly sources. So we
can't reject them out of hand -- instead give them a bogusly
large size and let canonicaliseSymtab trim them so they don't
overlap any following symbols. At least the following symbols
are known to be affected:
in /system/lib/libc.so: strlen strcmp strcpy memcmp memcpy
in /system/bin/linker: __dl_strcmp __dl_strlen
*/
if (*sym_size_out == 0) {
# if defined(VGPV_arm_linux_android) || defined(VGPV_x86_linux_android)
*sym_size_out = 2048;
# else
if (TRACE_SYMTAB_ENABLED) {
HChar* sym_name = ML_(img_strdup)(escn_strtab->img,
"di.gesi.2", sym_name_ioff);
TRACE_SYMTAB(" ignore -- size=0: %s\n", sym_name);
if (sym_name) ML_(dinfo_free)(sym_name);
}
return False;
# endif
}
/* This seems to significantly reduce the number of junk
symbols, and particularly reduces the number of
overlapping address ranges. Don't ask me why ... */
if ((Int)sym->st_value == 0) {
if (TRACE_SYMTAB_ENABLED) {
HChar* sym_name = ML_(img_strdup)(escn_strtab->img,
"di.gesi.3", sym_name_ioff);
TRACE_SYMTAB( " ignore -- valu=0: %s\n", sym_name);
if (sym_name) ML_(dinfo_free)(sym_name);
}
return False;
}
/* If it's apparently in a GOT or PLT, it's really a reference to a
symbol defined elsewhere, so ignore it. */
if (di->got_present
&& di->got_size > 0
&& (*sym_avmas_out).main >= di->got_avma
&& (*sym_avmas_out).main < di->got_avma + di->got_size) {
if (TRACE_SYMTAB_ENABLED) {
HChar* sym_name = ML_(img_strdup)(escn_strtab->img,
"di.gesi.4", sym_name_ioff);
TRACE_SYMTAB(" ignore -- in GOT: %s\n", sym_name);
if (sym_name) ML_(dinfo_free)(sym_name);
}
return False;
}
if (di->plt_present
&& di->plt_size > 0
&& (*sym_avmas_out).main >= di->plt_avma
&& (*sym_avmas_out).main < di->plt_avma + di->plt_size) {
if (TRACE_SYMTAB_ENABLED) {
HChar* sym_name = ML_(img_strdup)(escn_strtab->img,
"di.gesi.5", sym_name_ioff);
TRACE_SYMTAB(" ignore -- in PLT: %s\n", sym_name);
if (sym_name) ML_(dinfo_free)(sym_name);
}
return False;
}
/* ppc64be-linux nasty hack: if the symbol is in an .opd section,
then really what we have is the address of a function
descriptor. So use the first word of that as the function's
text.
See thread starting at
http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc-patches/2004-08/msg00557.html
*/
# if defined(VGP_ppc64be_linux)
/* Host and guest may have different Endianess, used by BE only */
is_in_opd = False;
# endif
if (di->opd_present
&& di->opd_size > 0
&& (*sym_avmas_out).main >= di->opd_avma
&& (*sym_avmas_out).main < di->opd_avma + di->opd_size) {
# if !defined(VGP_ppc64be_linux)
if (TRACE_SYMTAB_ENABLED) {
HChar* sym_name = ML_(img_strdup)(escn_strtab->img,
"di.gesi.6", sym_name_ioff);
TRACE_SYMTAB(" ignore -- in OPD: %s\n", sym_name);
if (sym_name) ML_(dinfo_free)(sym_name);
}
return False;
# else
Int offset_in_opd;
Bool details = 1||False;
if (details)
TRACE_SYMTAB("opdXXX: opd_bias %p, sym_svma_out %p\n",
(void*)(opd_bias), (void*)(*sym_avmas_out).main);
if (!VG_IS_8_ALIGNED((*sym_avmas_out).main)) {
if (TRACE_SYMTAB_ENABLED) {
HChar* sym_name = ML_(img_strdup)(escn_strtab->img,
"di.gesi.6a", sym_name_ioff);
TRACE_SYMTAB(" ignore -- not 8-aligned: %s\n", sym_name);
if (sym_name) ML_(dinfo_free)(sym_name);
}
return False;
}
/* (*sym_avmas_out).main is a avma pointing into the .opd section. We
know the vma of the opd section start, so we can figure out
how far into the opd section this is. */
offset_in_opd = (Addr)(*sym_avmas_out).main - (Addr)(di->opd_avma);
if (offset_in_opd < 0 || offset_in_opd >= di->opd_size) {
if (TRACE_SYMTAB_ENABLED) {
HChar* sym_name = ML_(img_strdup)(escn_strtab->img,
"di.gesi.6a", sym_name_ioff);
TRACE_SYMTAB(" ignore -- invalid OPD offset: %s\n", sym_name);
if (sym_name) ML_(dinfo_free)(sym_name);
}
return False;
}
/* Now we want to know what's at that offset in the .opd
section. We can't look in the running image since it won't
necessarily have been mapped. But we can consult the oimage.
opd_img is the start address of the .opd in the oimage.
Hence: */
ULong fn_descr[2]; /* is actually 3 words, but we need only 2 */
if (!ML_(img_valid)(escn_opd->img, escn_opd->ioff + offset_in_opd,
sizeof(fn_descr))) {
if (TRACE_SYMTAB_ENABLED) {
HChar* sym_name = ML_(img_strdup)(escn_strtab->img,
"di.gesi.6b", sym_name_ioff);
TRACE_SYMTAB(" ignore -- invalid OPD fn_descr offset: %s\n",
sym_name);
if (sym_name) ML_(dinfo_free)(sym_name);
}
return False;
}
/* This can't fail now, because we just checked the offset
above. */
ML_(img_get)(&fn_descr[0], escn_opd->img,
escn_opd->ioff + offset_in_opd, sizeof(fn_descr));
if (details)
TRACE_SYMTAB("opdXXY: offset %d, fn_descr %p\n",
offset_in_opd, fn_descr);
if (details)
TRACE_SYMTAB("opdXXZ: *fn_descr %p\n", (void*)(fn_descr[0]));
/* opd_bias is the what we have to add to SVMAs found in .opd to
get plausible .text AVMAs for the entry point, and .data
AVMAs (presumably) for the TOC locations. We use the caller
supplied value (which is di->text_bias) for both of these.
Not sure why that is correct - it seems to work, and sounds
OK for fn_descr[0], but surely we need to use the data bias
and not the text bias for fn_descr[1] ? Oh Well.
*/
(*sym_avmas_out).main = fn_descr[0] + opd_bias;
SET_TOCPTR_AVMA(*sym_avmas_out, fn_descr[1] + opd_bias);
*from_opd_out = True;
is_in_opd = True;
/* Do a final sanity check: if the symbol falls outside the
DebugInfo's mapped range, ignore it. Since (*sym_avmas_out).main has
been updated, that can be achieved simply by falling through
to the test below. */
# endif /* ppc64-linux nasty hack */
}
/* Here's yet another ppc64-linux hack. Get rid of leading dot if
the symbol is outside .opd. */
# if defined(VGP_ppc64be_linux)
if (di->opd_size > 0
&& !is_in_opd
&& *sym_name_out_ioff != DiOffT_INVALID
&& ML_(img_get_UChar)(escn_strtab->img, *sym_name_out_ioff) == '.') {
vg_assert(!(*from_opd_out));
(*sym_name_out_ioff)++;
}
# endif
/* If no part of the symbol falls within the mapped range,
ignore it. */
in_text
= di->text_present
&& di->text_size > 0
&& !((*sym_avmas_out).main + *sym_size_out <= di->text_avma
|| (*sym_avmas_out).main >= di->text_avma + di->text_size);
in_data
= di->data_present
&& di->data_size > 0
&& !((*sym_avmas_out).main + *sym_size_out <= di->data_avma
|| (*sym_avmas_out).main >= di->data_avma + di->data_size);
in_sdata
= di->sdata_present
&& di->sdata_size > 0
&& !((*sym_avmas_out).main + *sym_size_out <= di->sdata_avma
|| (*sym_avmas_out).main >= di->sdata_avma + di->sdata_size);
in_rodata
= di->rodata_present
&& di->rodata_size > 0
&& !((*sym_avmas_out).main + *sym_size_out <= di->rodata_avma
|| (*sym_avmas_out).main >= di->rodata_avma + di->rodata_size);
in_bss
= di->bss_present
&& di->bss_size > 0
&& !((*sym_avmas_out).main + *sym_size_out <= di->bss_avma
|| (*sym_avmas_out).main >= di->bss_avma + di->bss_size);
in_sbss
= di->sbss_present
&& di->sbss_size > 0
&& !((*sym_avmas_out).main + *sym_size_out <= di->sbss_avma
|| (*sym_avmas_out).main >= di->sbss_avma + di->sbss_size);
if (*is_text_out) {
/* This used to reject any symbol falling outside the text
segment ("if (!in_text) ..."). Now it is relaxed slightly,
to reject only symbols which fall outside the area mapped
r-x. This is in accordance with r7427. See
"Comment_Regarding_Text_Range_Checks" in storage.c for
background. */
Bool in_rx;
vg_assert(di->fsm.have_rx_map);
/* This could actually wrap around and cause
ML_(find_rx_mapping) to assert. But that seems so unlikely,
let's wait for it to happen before fixing it. */
in_rx = (ML_(find_rx_mapping)(
di,
(*sym_avmas_out).main,
(*sym_avmas_out).main + *sym_size_out) != NULL);
if (in_text)
vg_assert(in_rx);
if (!in_rx) {
TRACE_SYMTAB(
"ignore -- %#lx .. %#lx outside .text svma range %#lx .. %#lx\n",
(*sym_avmas_out).main, (*sym_avmas_out).main + *sym_size_out,
di->text_avma,
di->text_avma + di->text_size);
return False;
}
} else {
if (!(in_data || in_sdata || in_rodata || in_bss || in_sbss)) {
TRACE_SYMTAB(
"ignore -- %#lx .. %#lx outside .data / .sdata / .rodata "
"/ .bss / .sbss svma ranges\n",
(*sym_avmas_out).main, (*sym_avmas_out).main + *sym_size_out);
return False;
}
}
# if defined(VGP_ppc64be_linux)
if (di->opd_present && di->opd_size > 0) {
vg_assert((*sym_avmas_out).main + *sym_size_out <= di->opd_avma
|| (*sym_avmas_out).main >= di->opd_avma + di->opd_size);
}
#endif
# if defined(VGP_ppc64le_linux)
/* PPC64 LE ABI uses three bits in the st_other field to indicate the number
* of instructions between the function's global and local entry points. An
* offset of 0 indicates that there is one entry point. The value must be:
*
* 0 - one entry point, local and global are the same
* 1 - reserved
* 2 - local entry point is one instruction after the global entry point
* 3 - local entry point is two instructions after the global entry point
* 4 - local entry point is four instructions after the global entry point
* 5 - local entry point is eight instructions after the global entry point
* 6 - local entry point is sixteen instructions after the global entry point
* 7 - reserved
*
* Extract the three bit field from the other field is done by:
* (other_field & STO_PPC64_LOCAL_MASK) >> STO_PPC_LOCAL_BIT
*
* where the #define values are given in include/elf/powerpc.h file for
* the PPC binutils.
*
* conversion of the three bit field to bytes is given by
*
* ((1 << bit_field) >> 2) << 2
*/
#define STO_PPC64_LOCAL_BIT 5
#define STO_PPC64_LOCAL_MASK (7 << STO_PPC64_LOCAL_BIT)
{
unsigned int bit_field, dist_to_local_entry;
/* extract the other filed */
bit_field = (sym->st_other & STO_PPC64_LOCAL_MASK) >> STO_PPC64_LOCAL_BIT;
if ((bit_field > 0) && (bit_field < 7)) {
/* store the local entry point address */
dist_to_local_entry = ((1 << bit_field) >> 2) << 2;
SET_LOCAL_EP_AVMA(*sym_avmas_out,
(*sym_avmas_out).main + dist_to_local_entry);
if (TRACE_SYMTAB_ENABLED) {
HChar* sym_name = ML_(img_strdup)(escn_strtab->img,
"di.gesi.5", sym_name_ioff);
VG_(printf)("Local entry point: %s at %#010x\n",
sym_name,
(unsigned int)GET_LOCAL_EP_AVMA(*sym_avmas_out));
}
}
}
# endif
/* Acquire! */
return True;
}
/* Read an ELF symbol table (normal or dynamic). This one is for the
"normal" case ({x86,amd64,ppc32,arm,mips32,mips64, ppc64le}-linux). */
static
__attribute__((unused)) /* not referred to on all targets */
void read_elf_symtab__normal(
struct _DebugInfo* di, const HChar* tab_name,
DiSlice* escn_symtab,
DiSlice* escn_strtab,
DiSlice* escn_opd, /* ppc64be-linux only */
Bool symtab_in_debug
)
{
if (escn_strtab->img == NULL || escn_symtab->img == NULL) {
HChar buf[80];
vg_assert(VG_(strlen)(tab_name) < 40);
VG_(sprintf)(buf, " object doesn't have a %s", tab_name);
ML_(symerr)(di, False, buf);
return;
}
TRACE_SYMTAB("\n--- Reading (ELF, standard) %s (%lld entries) ---\n",
tab_name, escn_symtab->szB/sizeof(ElfXX_Sym) );
/* Perhaps should start at i = 1; ELF docs suggest that entry
0 always denotes 'unknown symbol'. */
Word i;
for (i = 1; i < (Word)(escn_symtab->szB/sizeof(ElfXX_Sym)); i++) {
ElfXX_Sym sym;
ML_(img_get)(&sym, escn_symtab->img,
escn_symtab->ioff + i * sizeof(ElfXX_Sym), sizeof(sym));
DiOffT sym_name = escn_strtab->ioff + sym.st_name;
Addr sym_svma = sym.st_value;
if (di->trace_symtab)
show_raw_elf_symbol(escn_strtab->img, i,
&sym, sym_name, sym_svma, False);
SymAVMAs sym_avmas_really;
Int sym_size = 0;
Bool from_opd = False, is_text = False, is_ifunc = False;
DiOffT sym_name_really = DiOffT_INVALID;
sym_avmas_really.main = 0;
SET_TOCPTR_AVMA(sym_avmas_really, 0);
SET_LOCAL_EP_AVMA(sym_avmas_really, 0);
if (get_elf_symbol_info(di, &sym, sym_name, escn_strtab,
sym_svma, symtab_in_debug,
escn_opd, di->text_bias,
&sym_name_really,
&sym_avmas_really,
&sym_size,
&from_opd, &is_text, &is_ifunc)) {
DiSym disym;
VG_(memset)(&disym, 0, sizeof(disym));
HChar* cstr = ML_(img_strdup)(escn_strtab->img,
"di.res__n.1", sym_name_really);
disym.avmas = sym_avmas_really;
disym.pri_name = ML_(addStr) ( di, cstr, -1 );
disym.sec_names = NULL;
disym.size = sym_size;
disym.isText = is_text;
disym.isIFunc = is_ifunc;
if (cstr) { ML_(dinfo_free)(cstr); cstr = NULL; }
vg_assert(disym.pri_name);
vg_assert(GET_TOCPTR_AVMA(disym.avmas) == 0);
/* has no role except on ppc64be-linux */
ML_(addSym) ( di, &disym );
if (TRACE_SYMTAB_ENABLED) {
TRACE_SYMTAB(" rec(%c) [%4ld]: "
" val %#010lx, sz %4d %s\n",
is_text ? 't' : 'd',
i,
disym.avmas.main,
(Int)disym.size,
(HChar*)disym.pri_name
);
if (GET_LOCAL_EP_AVMA(disym.avmas) != 0) {
TRACE_SYMTAB(" local entry point %#010lx\n",
GET_LOCAL_EP_AVMA(disym.avmas));
}
}
}
}
}
/* Read an ELF symbol table (normal or dynamic). This one is for
ppc64be-linux, which requires special treatment. */
typedef
struct {
Addr addr;
DiOffT name;
/* We have to store also the DiImage* so as to give context for
|name|. This is not part of the key (in terms of lookup) but
there's no easy other way to do this. Ugly. */
DiImage* img;
}
TempSymKey;
typedef
struct {
TempSymKey key;
Addr tocptr;
Int size;
Bool from_opd;
Bool is_text;
Bool is_ifunc;
}
TempSym;
static Word cmp_TempSymKey ( TempSymKey* key1, TempSym* elem2 )
{
/* Stay sane ... */
vg_assert(key1->img == elem2->key.img);
vg_assert(key1->img != NULL);
if (key1->addr < elem2->key.addr) return -1;
if (key1->addr > elem2->key.addr) return 1;
vg_assert(key1->name != DiOffT_INVALID);
vg_assert(elem2->key.name != DiOffT_INVALID);
return (Word)ML_(img_strcmp)(key1->img, key1->name, elem2->key.name);
}
static
__attribute__((unused)) /* not referred to on all targets */
void read_elf_symtab__ppc64be_linux(
struct _DebugInfo* di, const HChar* tab_name,
DiSlice* escn_symtab,
DiSlice* escn_strtab,
DiSlice* escn_opd, /* ppc64be-linux only */
Bool symtab_in_debug
)
{
Word i;
Int old_size;
Bool modify_size, modify_tocptr;
OSet *oset;
TempSymKey key;
TempSym *elem;
TempSym *prev;
if (escn_strtab->img == NULL || escn_symtab->img == NULL) {
HChar buf[80];
vg_assert(VG_(strlen)(tab_name) < 40);
VG_(sprintf)(buf, " object doesn't have a %s", tab_name);
ML_(symerr)(di, False, buf);
return;
}
TRACE_SYMTAB("\n--- Reading (ELF, ppc64be-linux) %s (%lld entries) ---\n",
tab_name, escn_symtab->szB/sizeof(ElfXX_Sym) );
oset = VG_(OSetGen_Create)( offsetof(TempSym,key),
(OSetCmp_t)cmp_TempSymKey,
ML_(dinfo_zalloc), "di.respl.1",
ML_(dinfo_free) );
/* Perhaps should start at i = 1; ELF docs suggest that entry
0 always denotes 'unknown symbol'. */
for (i = 1; i < (Word)(escn_symtab->szB/sizeof(ElfXX_Sym)); i++) {
ElfXX_Sym sym;
ML_(img_get)(&sym, escn_symtab->img,
escn_symtab->ioff + i * sizeof(ElfXX_Sym), sizeof(sym));
DiOffT sym_name = escn_strtab->ioff + sym.st_name;
Addr sym_svma = sym.st_value;
if (di->trace_symtab)
show_raw_elf_symbol(escn_strtab->img, i,
&sym, sym_name, sym_svma, True);
SymAVMAs sym_avmas_really;
Int sym_size = 0;
Bool from_opd = False, is_text = False, is_ifunc = False;
DiOffT sym_name_really = DiOffT_INVALID;
DiSym disym;
VG_(memset)(&disym, 0, sizeof(disym));
sym_avmas_really.main = 0;
SET_TOCPTR_AVMA(sym_avmas_really, 0);
SET_LOCAL_EP_AVMA(sym_avmas_really, 0);
if (get_elf_symbol_info(di, &sym, sym_name, escn_strtab,
sym_svma, symtab_in_debug,
escn_opd, di->text_bias,
&sym_name_really,
&sym_avmas_really,
&sym_size,
&from_opd, &is_text, &is_ifunc)) {
/* Check if we've seen this (name,addr) key before. */
key.addr = sym_avmas_really.main;
key.name = sym_name_really;
key.img = escn_strtab->img;
prev = VG_(OSetGen_Lookup)( oset, &key );
if (prev) {
/* Seen it before. Fold in whatever new info we can. */
modify_size = False;
modify_tocptr = False;
old_size = 0;
if (prev->from_opd && !from_opd
&& (prev->size == 24 || prev->size == 16)
&& sym_size != prev->size) {
/* Existing one is an opd-redirect, with a bogus size,
so the only useful new fact we have is the real size
of the symbol. */
modify_size = True;
old_size = prev->size;
prev->size = sym_size;
}
else
if (!prev->from_opd && from_opd
&& (sym_size == 24 || sym_size == 16)) {
/* Existing one is non-opd, new one is opd. What we
can acquire from the new one is the TOC ptr to be
used. Since the existing sym is non-toc, it
shouldn't currently have an known TOC ptr. */
vg_assert(prev->tocptr == 0);
modify_tocptr = True;
prev->tocptr = GET_TOCPTR_AVMA(sym_avmas_really);
}
else {
/* ignore. can we do better here? */
}
/* Only one or the other is possible (I think) */
vg_assert(!(modify_size && modify_tocptr));
if (modify_size && di->trace_symtab) {
VG_(printf)(" modify (old sz %4d) "
" val %#010lx, toc %#010lx, sz %4d %lld\n",
old_size,
prev->key.addr,
prev->tocptr,
(Int) prev->size,
(ULong)prev->key.name
);
}
if (modify_tocptr && di->trace_symtab) {
VG_(printf)(" modify (upd tocptr) "
" val %#010lx, toc %#010lx, sz %4d %lld\n",
prev->key.addr,
prev->tocptr,
(Int) prev->size,
(ULong)prev->key.name
);
}
} else {
/* A new (name,addr) key. Add and continue. */
elem = VG_(OSetGen_AllocNode)(oset, sizeof(TempSym));
elem->key = key;
elem->tocptr = GET_TOCPTR_AVMA(sym_avmas_really);
elem->size = sym_size;
elem->from_opd = from_opd;
elem->is_text = is_text;
elem->is_ifunc = is_ifunc;
VG_(OSetGen_Insert)(oset, elem);
if (di->trace_symtab) {
HChar* str = ML_(img_strdup)(escn_strtab->img, "di.respl.2",
elem->key.name);
VG_(printf)(" to-oset [%4ld]: "
" val %#010lx, toc %#010lx, sz %4d %s\n",
i,
elem->key.addr,
elem->tocptr,
(Int) elem->size,
str
);
if (str) ML_(dinfo_free)(str);
}
}
}
}
/* All the syms that matter are in the oset. Now pull them out,
build a "standard" symbol table, and nuke the oset. */
i = 0;
VG_(OSetGen_ResetIter)( oset );
while ( (elem = VG_(OSetGen_Next)(oset)) ) {
DiSym disym;
VG_(memset)(&disym, 0, sizeof(disym));
HChar* cstr = ML_(img_strdup)(escn_strtab->img,
"di.res__ppc64.1", elem->key.name);
disym.avmas.main = elem->key.addr;
SET_TOCPTR_AVMA(disym.avmas, elem->tocptr);
SET_LOCAL_EP_AVMA(disym.avmas, 0); // ppc64be does not use local_ep.
disym.pri_name = ML_(addStr) ( di, cstr, -1 );
disym.sec_names = NULL;
disym.size = elem->size;
disym.isText = elem->is_text;
disym.isIFunc = elem->is_ifunc;
if (cstr) { ML_(dinfo_free)(cstr); cstr = NULL; }
vg_assert(disym.pri_name != NULL);
ML_(addSym) ( di, &disym );
if (di->trace_symtab) {
VG_(printf)(" rec(%c) [%4ld]: "
" val %#010lx, toc %#010lx, sz %4d %s\n",
disym.isText ? 't' : 'd',
i,
disym.avmas.main,
GET_TOCPTR_AVMA(disym.avmas),
(Int) disym.size,
(HChar*)disym.pri_name
);
}
i++;
}
VG_(OSetGen_Destroy)( oset );
}
/*
* Look for a build-id in an ELF image. The build-id specification
* can be found here:
*
* http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/RolandMcGrath/BuildID
*
* Returned string must be freed by the caller.
*/
static
HChar* find_buildid(DiImage* img, Bool rel_ok, Bool search_shdrs)
{
HChar* buildid = NULL;
# ifdef NT_GNU_BUILD_ID
if (is_elf_object_file_by_DiImage(img, rel_ok)) {
Word i;
ElfXX_Ehdr ehdr;
ML_(img_get)(&ehdr, img, 0, sizeof(ehdr));
for (i = 0; i < ehdr.e_phnum; i++) {
ElfXX_Phdr phdr;
ML_(img_get)(&phdr, img,
ehdr.e_phoff + i * ehdr.e_phentsize, sizeof(phdr));
if (phdr.p_type == PT_NOTE) {
ElfXX_Off note_ioff = phdr.p_offset;
while (note_ioff < phdr.p_offset + phdr.p_filesz) {
ElfXX_Nhdr note;
ML_(img_get)(&note, img, (DiOffT)note_ioff, sizeof(note));
DiOffT name_ioff = note_ioff + sizeof(ElfXX_Nhdr);
DiOffT desc_ioff = name_ioff + ((note.n_namesz + 3) & ~3);
if (ML_(img_strcmp_c)(img, name_ioff, ELF_NOTE_GNU) == 0
&& note.n_type == NT_GNU_BUILD_ID) {
buildid = ML_(dinfo_zalloc)("di.fbi.1",
note.n_descsz * 2 + 1);
Word j;
for (j = 0; j < note.n_descsz; j++) {
UChar desc_j = ML_(img_get_UChar)(img, desc_ioff + j);
VG_(sprintf)(buildid + VG_(strlen)(buildid),
"%02x", (UInt)desc_j);
}
}
note_ioff = note_ioff + sizeof(ElfXX_Nhdr)
+ ((note.n_namesz + 3) & ~3)
+ ((note.n_descsz + 3) & ~3);
}
}
}
/* Normally we would only search shdrs for ET_REL files, but when
we search for a separate .debug file phdrs might not be there
(they are never loaded) or have been corrupted, so try again
against shdrs. */
if (buildid || (!rel_ok && !search_shdrs))
return buildid;
for (i = 0; i < ehdr.e_shnum; i++) {
ElfXX_Shdr shdr;
ML_(img_get)(&shdr, img,
ehdr.e_shoff + i * ehdr.e_shentsize, sizeof(shdr));
if (shdr.sh_type == SHT_NOTE) {
ElfXX_Off note_ioff = shdr.sh_offset;
while (note_ioff < shdr.sh_offset + shdr.sh_size) {
ElfXX_Nhdr note;
ML_(img_get)(&note, img, (DiOffT)note_ioff, sizeof(note));
DiOffT name_ioff = note_ioff + sizeof(ElfXX_Nhdr);
DiOffT desc_ioff = name_ioff + ((note.n_namesz + 3) & ~3);
if (ML_(img_strcmp_c)(img, name_ioff, ELF_NOTE_GNU) == 0
&& note.n_type == NT_GNU_BUILD_ID) {
buildid = ML_(dinfo_zalloc)("di.fbi.2",
note.n_descsz * 2 + 1);
Word j;
for (j = 0; j < note.n_descsz; j++) {
UChar desc_j = ML_(img_get_UChar)(img, desc_ioff + j);
VG_(sprintf)(buildid + VG_(strlen)(buildid),
"%02x", (UInt)desc_j);
}
}
note_ioff = note_ioff + sizeof(ElfXX_Nhdr)
+ ((note.n_namesz + 3) & ~3)
+ ((note.n_descsz + 3) & ~3);
}
}
}
}
# endif /* def NT_GNU_BUILD_ID */
return buildid;
}
/* Try and open a separate debug file, ignoring any where the CRC does
not match the value from the main object file. Returned DiImage
must be discarded by the caller.
If |serverAddr| is NULL, |name| is expected to be a fully qualified
(absolute) path to the file in the local filesystem. If
|serverAddr| is non-NULL, it is expected to be an IPv4 and port
spec of the form "d.d.d.d:d" or "d.d.d.d", and |name| is expected
to be a plain filename (no path components at all).
*/
static
DiImage* open_debug_file( const HChar* name, const HChar* buildid, UInt crc,
Bool rel_ok, const HChar* serverAddr )
{
DiImage* dimg
= serverAddr ? ML_(img_from_di_server)(name, serverAddr)
: ML_(img_from_local_file)(name);
if (dimg == NULL)
return NULL;
if (VG_(clo_verbosity) > 1) {
if (serverAddr)
VG_(message)(Vg_DebugMsg, " Considering %s on server %s ..\n",
name, serverAddr);
else
VG_(message)(Vg_DebugMsg, " Considering %s ..\n", name);
}
/* We will always check the crc if we have one (altfiles don't have one)
for now because we might be opening the main file again by any other
name, and that obviously also has the same buildid. More efficient
would be an fstat bases check or a check that the file actually
contains .debug* sections. */
if (buildid && crc == 0) {
HChar* debug_buildid = find_buildid(dimg, rel_ok, True);
if (debug_buildid == NULL || VG_(strcmp)(buildid, debug_buildid) != 0) {
ML_(img_done)(dimg);
if (VG_(clo_verbosity) > 1)
VG_(message)(Vg_DebugMsg,
" .. build-id mismatch (found %s wanted %s)\n",
debug_buildid, buildid);
ML_(dinfo_free)(debug_buildid);
return NULL;
}
ML_(dinfo_free)(debug_buildid);
if (VG_(clo_verbosity) > 1)
VG_(message)(Vg_DebugMsg, " .. build-id is valid\n");
} else {
UInt calccrc = ML_(img_calc_gnu_debuglink_crc32)(dimg);
if (calccrc != crc) {
ML_(img_done)(dimg);
if (VG_(clo_verbosity) > 1)
VG_(message)(Vg_DebugMsg,
" .. CRC mismatch (computed %08x wanted %08x)\n", calccrc, crc);
return NULL;
}
if (VG_(clo_verbosity) > 1)
VG_(message)(Vg_DebugMsg, " .. CRC is valid\n");
}
return dimg;
}
/* Try to find a separate debug file for a given object file. If
found, return its DiImage, which should be freed by the caller. If
|buildid| is non-NULL, then a debug object matching it is
acceptable. If |buildid| is NULL or doesn't specify a findable
debug object, then we look in various places to find a file with
the specified CRC. And if that doesn't work out then we give
up. */
static
DiImage* find_debug_file( struct _DebugInfo* di,
const HChar* objpath, const HChar* buildid,
const HChar* debugname, UInt crc, Bool rel_ok )
{
const HChar* extrapath = VG_(clo_extra_debuginfo_path);
const HChar* serverpath = VG_(clo_debuginfo_server);
DiImage* dimg = NULL; /* the img that we found */
HChar* debugpath = NULL; /* where we found it */
if (buildid != NULL) {
debugpath = ML_(dinfo_zalloc)("di.fdf.1",
VG_(strlen)(buildid) + 33);
VG_(sprintf)(debugpath, "/usr/lib/debug/.build-id/%c%c/%s.debug",
buildid[0], buildid[1], buildid + 2);
dimg = open_debug_file(debugpath, buildid, 0, rel_ok, NULL);
if (!dimg) {
ML_(dinfo_free)(debugpath);
debugpath = NULL;
}
}
if (dimg == NULL && debugname != NULL) {
HChar *objdir = ML_(dinfo_strdup)("di.fdf.2", objpath);
HChar *objdirptr;
if ((objdirptr = VG_(strrchr)(objdir, '/')) != NULL)
*objdirptr = '\0';
debugpath = ML_(dinfo_zalloc)(
"di.fdf.3",
VG_(strlen)(objdir) + VG_(strlen)(debugname) + 64
+ (extrapath ? VG_(strlen)(extrapath) : 0)
+ (serverpath ? VG_(strlen)(serverpath) : 0));
VG_(sprintf)(debugpath, "%s/%s", objdir, debugname);
dimg = open_debug_file(debugpath, buildid, crc, rel_ok, NULL);
if (dimg != NULL) goto dimg_ok;
VG_(sprintf)(debugpath, "%s/.debug/%s", objdir, debugname);
dimg = open_debug_file(debugpath, buildid, crc, rel_ok, NULL);
if (dimg != NULL) goto dimg_ok;
VG_(sprintf)(debugpath, "/usr/lib/debug%s/%s", objdir, debugname);
dimg = open_debug_file(debugpath, buildid, crc, rel_ok, NULL);
if (dimg != NULL) goto dimg_ok;
if (extrapath) {
VG_(sprintf)(debugpath, "%s%s/%s", extrapath,
objdir, debugname);
dimg = open_debug_file(debugpath, buildid, crc, rel_ok, NULL);
if (dimg != NULL) goto dimg_ok;
}
if (serverpath) {
/* When looking on the debuginfo server, always just pass the
basename. */
const HChar* basename = debugname;
if (VG_(strstr)(basename, "/") != NULL) {
basename = VG_(strrchr)(basename, '/') + 1;
}
VG_(sprintf)(debugpath, "%s on %s", basename, serverpath);
dimg = open_debug_file(basename, buildid, crc, rel_ok, serverpath);
if (dimg) goto dimg_ok;
}
dimg_ok:
ML_(dinfo_free)(objdir);
}
if (dimg != NULL) {
vg_assert(debugpath);
TRACE_SYMTAB("\n");
TRACE_SYMTAB("------ Found a debuginfo file: %s\n", debugpath);
/* Only set once, we might be called again for opening the altfile. */
if (di->fsm.dbgname == NULL)
di->fsm.dbgname = ML_(dinfo_strdup)("di.fdf.4", debugpath);
}
if (debugpath)
ML_(dinfo_free)(debugpath);
return dimg;
}
/* Try to find a separate debug file for a given object file, in a
hacky and dangerous way: check only the --extra-debuginfo-path and
the --debuginfo-server. And don't do a consistency check. */
static
DiImage* find_debug_file_ad_hoc( struct _DebugInfo* di,
const HChar* objpath )
{
const HChar* extrapath = VG_(clo_extra_debuginfo_path);
const HChar* serverpath = VG_(clo_debuginfo_server);
DiImage* dimg = NULL; /* the img that we found */
HChar* debugpath = NULL; /* where we found it */
HChar *objdir = ML_(dinfo_strdup)("di.fdfah.1", objpath);
HChar *objdirptr;
if ((objdirptr = VG_(strrchr)(objdir, '/')) != NULL)
*objdirptr = '\0';
debugpath = ML_(dinfo_zalloc)(
"di.fdfah.3",
VG_(strlen)(objdir) + 64
+ (extrapath ? VG_(strlen)(extrapath) : 0)
+ (serverpath ? VG_(strlen)(serverpath) : 0));
if (extrapath) {
VG_(sprintf)(debugpath, "%s/%s", extrapath, objpath);
dimg = ML_(img_from_local_file)(debugpath);
if (dimg != NULL) {
if (VG_(clo_verbosity) > 1) {
VG_(message)(Vg_DebugMsg, " Using (POSSIBLY MISMATCHED) %s\n",
debugpath);
}
goto dimg_ok;
}
}
if (serverpath) {
/* When looking on the debuginfo server, always just pass the
basename. */
const HChar* basename = objpath;
if (VG_(strstr)(basename, "/") != NULL) {
basename = VG_(strrchr)(basename, '/') + 1;
}
VG_(sprintf)(debugpath, "%s on %s", basename, serverpath);
dimg = ML_(img_from_di_server)(basename, serverpath);
if (dimg != NULL) {
if (VG_(clo_verbosity) > 1) {
VG_(message)(Vg_DebugMsg, " Using (POSSIBLY MISMATCHED) %s\n",
debugpath);
}
goto dimg_ok;
}
}
dimg_ok:
ML_(dinfo_free)(objdir);
if (dimg != NULL) {
vg_assert(debugpath);
TRACE_SYMTAB("\n");
TRACE_SYMTAB("------ Found an ad_hoc debuginfo file: %s\n", debugpath);
}
if (debugpath)
ML_(dinfo_free)(debugpath);
return dimg;
}
static DiOffT INDEX_BIS ( DiOffT base, UWord idx, UWord scale ) {
// This is a bit stupid. Really, idx and scale ought to be
// 64-bit quantities, always.
return base + (DiOffT)idx * (DiOffT)scale;
}
/* Find the file offset corresponding to SVMA by using the program
headers. This is taken from binutils-2.17/binutils/readelf.c
offset_from_vma(). */
static
Word file_offset_from_svma ( /*OUT*/Bool* ok,
Addr svma,
DiImage* img,
DiOffT phdr_ioff,
Word phdr_nent,
Word phdr_ent_szB )
{
Word i;
for (i = 0; i < phdr_nent; i++) {
ElfXX_Phdr seg;
ML_(img_get)(&seg, img,
INDEX_BIS(phdr_ioff, i, phdr_ent_szB), sizeof(seg));
if (seg.p_type != PT_LOAD)
continue;
if (svma >= (seg.p_vaddr & -seg.p_align)
&& svma + 1 <= seg.p_vaddr + seg.p_filesz) {
*ok = True;
return svma - seg.p_vaddr + seg.p_offset;
}
}
*ok = False;
return 0;
}
/* The central function for reading ELF debug info. For the
object/exe specified by the DebugInfo, find ELF sections, then read
the symbols, line number info, file name info, CFA (stack-unwind
info) and anything else we want, into the tables within the
supplied DebugInfo.
*/
Bool ML_(read_elf_debug_info) ( struct _DebugInfo* di )
{
/* This function is long and complex. That, and the presence of
nested scopes, means it's not always easy to see which parts are
in loops/conditionals and which aren't. To make it easier to
follow, points executed exactly once -- that is, those which are
the top level of the function -- are marked TOPLEVEL.
*/
/* Consistent terminology for local variable names, without which
it's almost unfollowably complex:
In which file?
in the main ELF file *_m*
in the debuginfo file *_d*
in the alt debuginfo file *_a*
What kind of thing?
_{m,d,a}img a DiImage*
_{m,d,a}ioff an offset in the image (DiOffT)
_{m,d,a}nent "number of entries"
_{m,d,a}ent_szB "size in bytes of an entry"
ehdr_{m,d,a} ELF header
phdr Program header
shdr Section header
a_X a temporary X
_escn an DiSlice (elf section info) variable
szB size in bytes
*/
/* TOPLEVEL */
Bool res, ok;
Word i, j;
Bool dynbss_present = False;
Bool sdynbss_present = False;
/* Image for the main ELF file we're working with. */
DiImage* mimg = NULL;
/* Ditto for any ELF debuginfo file that we might happen to load. */
DiImage* dimg = NULL;
/* Ditto for alternate ELF debuginfo file that we might happen to load. */
DiImage* aimg = NULL;
/* ELF header offset for the main file. Should be zero since the
ELF header is at start of file. */
DiOffT ehdr_mioff = 0;
/* Program header table image addr, # entries, entry size */
DiOffT phdr_mioff = 0;
UWord phdr_mnent = 0;
UWord phdr_ment_szB = 0;
/* Section header image addr, # entries, entry size. Also the
associated string table. */
DiOffT shdr_mioff = 0;
UWord shdr_mnent = 0;
UWord shdr_ment_szB = 0;
DiOffT shdr_strtab_mioff = 0;
/* SVMAs covered by rx and rw segments and corresponding biases.
Normally each object would provide just one rx and one rw area,
but various ELF mangling tools create objects with multiple
such entries, hence the generality. */
typedef
struct {
Addr svma_base;
Addr svma_limit;
PtrdiffT bias;
Bool exec;
}
RangeAndBias;
XArray* /* of RangeAndBias */ svma_ranges = NULL;
vg_assert(di);
vg_assert(di->fsm.have_rx_map == True);
vg_assert(di->fsm.have_rw_map == True);
vg_assert(di->have_dinfo == False);
vg_assert(di->fsm.filename);
vg_assert(!di->symtab);
vg_assert(!di->loctab);
vg_assert(!di->inltab);
vg_assert(!di->cfsi_base);
vg_assert(!di->cfsi_m_ix);
vg_assert(!di->cfsi_rd);
vg_assert(!di->cfsi_exprs);
vg_assert(!di->strpool);
vg_assert(!di->fndnpool);
vg_assert(!di->soname);
{
Bool has_nonempty_rx = False;
Bool has_nonempty_rw = False;
for (i = 0; i < VG_(sizeXA)(di->fsm.maps); i++) {
struct _DebugInfoMapping* map = VG_(indexXA)(di->fsm.maps, i);
if (!map->rx && !map->rw)
continue;
if (map->rx && map->size > 0)
has_nonempty_rx = True;
if (map->rw && map->size > 0)
has_nonempty_rw = True;
/* If this doesn't hold true, it means that m_syswrap/m_aspacemgr
managed to do a mapping where the start isn't page aligned.
Which sounds pretty bogus to me. */
vg_assert(VG_IS_PAGE_ALIGNED(map->avma));
}
vg_assert(has_nonempty_rx);
vg_assert(has_nonempty_rw);
}
/* ----------------------------------------------------------
At this point, there is very little information in the
DebugInfo. We only know that something that looks like an ELF
file has been mapped rx-ishly and rw-ishly as recorded in the
di->fsm.maps array items. First we examine the file's ELF
Program Header, and, by comparing that against the di->fsm.maps
info, try to figure out the AVMAs for the sections we care
about, that should have been mapped: text, data, sdata, bss,
got, plt, and toc.
---------------------------------------------------------- */
res = False;
if (VG_(clo_verbosity) > 1 || VG_(clo_trace_redir))
VG_(message)(Vg_DebugMsg, "Reading syms from %s\n",
di->fsm.filename );
/* Connect to the primary object image, so that we can read symbols
and line number info out of it. It will be disconnected
immediately thereafter; it is only connected transiently. */
mimg = ML_(img_from_local_file)(di->fsm.filename);
if (mimg == NULL) {
VG_(message)(Vg_UserMsg, "warning: connection to image %s failed\n",
di->fsm.filename );
VG_(message)(Vg_UserMsg, " no symbols or debug info loaded\n" );
return False;
}
/* Ok, the object image is available. Now verify that it is a
valid ELF .so or executable image. */
ok = is_elf_object_file_by_DiImage(mimg, False);
if (!ok) {
ML_(symerr)(di, True, "Invalid ELF Header");
goto out;
}
/* Find where the program and section header tables are, and give
up if either is missing or outside the image (bogus). */
ElfXX_Ehdr ehdr_m;
vg_assert(ehdr_mioff == 0); // ensured by its initialisation
ok = ML_(img_valid)(mimg, ehdr_mioff, sizeof(ehdr_m));
vg_assert(ok); // ML_(is_elf_object_file) should ensure this
ML_(img_get)(&ehdr_m, mimg, ehdr_mioff, sizeof(ehdr_m));
phdr_mioff = ehdr_mioff + ehdr_m.e_phoff;
phdr_mnent = ehdr_m.e_phnum;
phdr_ment_szB = ehdr_m.e_phentsize;
shdr_mioff = ehdr_mioff + ehdr_m.e_shoff;
shdr_mnent = ehdr_m.e_shnum;
shdr_ment_szB = ehdr_m.e_shentsize;
TRACE_SYMTAB("------ Basic facts about the object ------\n");
TRACE_SYMTAB("object: n_oimage %llu\n",
(ULong)ML_(img_size)(mimg));
TRACE_SYMTAB("phdr: ioff %llu nent %ld ent_szB %ld\n",
phdr_mioff, phdr_mnent, phdr_ment_szB);
TRACE_SYMTAB("shdr: ioff %llu nent %ld ent_szB %ld\n",
shdr_mioff, shdr_mnent, shdr_ment_szB);
for (i = 0; i < VG_(sizeXA)(di->fsm.maps); i++) {
struct _DebugInfoMapping* map = VG_(indexXA)(di->fsm.maps, i);
if (map->rx)
TRACE_SYMTAB("rx_map: avma %#lx size %lu foff %lu\n",
map->avma, map->size, map->foff);
}
for (i = 0; i < VG_(sizeXA)(di->fsm.maps); i++) {
struct _DebugInfoMapping* map = VG_(indexXA)(di->fsm.maps, i);
if (map->rw)
TRACE_SYMTAB("rw_map: avma %#lx size %lu foff %lu\n",
map->avma, map->size, map->foff);
}
if (phdr_mnent == 0
|| !ML_(img_valid)(mimg, phdr_mioff, phdr_mnent * phdr_ment_szB)) {
ML_(symerr)(di, True, "Missing or invalid ELF Program Header Table");
goto out;
}
if (shdr_mnent == 0
|| !ML_(img_valid)(mimg, shdr_mioff, shdr_mnent * shdr_ment_szB)) {
ML_(symerr)(di, True, "Missing or invalid ELF Section Header Table");
goto out;
}
/* Also find the section header's string table, and validate. */
/* checked previously by is_elf_object_file: */
vg_assert(ehdr_m.e_shstrndx != SHN_UNDEF);
// shdr_mioff is the offset of the section header table
// and we need the ehdr_m.e_shstrndx'th entry
{ ElfXX_Shdr a_shdr;
ML_(img_get)(&a_shdr, mimg,
INDEX_BIS(shdr_mioff, ehdr_m.e_shstrndx, shdr_ment_szB),
sizeof(a_shdr));
shdr_strtab_mioff
= ehdr_mioff /* isn't this always zero? */ + a_shdr.sh_offset;
if (!ML_(img_valid)(mimg, shdr_strtab_mioff,
1/*bogus, but we don't know the real size*/ )) {
ML_(symerr)(di, True, "Invalid ELF Section Header String Table");
goto out;
}
}
TRACE_SYMTAB("shdr: string table at %llu\n", shdr_strtab_mioff);
svma_ranges = VG_(newXA)(ML_(dinfo_zalloc), "di.relfdi.1",
ML_(dinfo_free), sizeof(RangeAndBias));
/* TOPLEVEL */
/* Look through the program header table, and:
- copy information from suitable PT_LOAD entries into svma_ranges
- find (or fake up) the .soname for this object.
*/
TRACE_SYMTAB("\n");
TRACE_SYMTAB("------ Examining the program headers ------\n");
vg_assert(di->soname == NULL);
{
/* TOPLEVEL */
ElfXX_Addr prev_svma = 0;
for (i = 0; i < phdr_mnent; i++) {
ElfXX_Phdr a_phdr;
ML_(img_get)(&a_phdr, mimg,
INDEX_BIS(phdr_mioff, i, phdr_ment_szB),
sizeof(a_phdr));
/* Make sure the PT_LOADable entries are in order and
non-overlapping. This in turn means the address ranges
slurped into svma_ranges are in order and
non-overlapping. */
if (a_phdr.p_type == PT_LOAD) {
TRACE_SYMTAB("PT_LOAD[%ld]: p_vaddr %#lx (prev %#lx)\n",
i, (UWord)a_phdr.p_vaddr, (UWord)prev_svma);
TRACE_SYMTAB("PT_LOAD[%ld]: p_offset %lu, p_filesz %lu,"
" perms %c%c%c\n",
i, (UWord)a_phdr.p_offset, (UWord)a_phdr.p_filesz,
a_phdr.p_flags & PF_R ? 'r' : '-',
a_phdr.p_flags & PF_W ? 'w' : '-',
a_phdr.p_flags & PF_X ? 'x' : '-');
if (a_phdr.p_vaddr < prev_svma) {
ML_(symerr)(di, True,
"ELF Program Headers are not in ascending order");
goto out;
}
prev_svma = a_phdr.p_vaddr;
if (a_phdr.p_memsz > 0) {
Bool loaded = False;
for (j = 0; j < VG_(sizeXA)(di->fsm.maps); j++) {
struct _DebugInfoMapping* map = VG_(indexXA)(di->fsm.maps, j);
if ( (map->rx || map->rw)
&& a_phdr.p_offset >= map->foff
&& a_phdr.p_offset < map->foff + map->size
&& a_phdr.p_offset + a_phdr.p_filesz
<= map->foff + map->size) {
RangeAndBias item;
item.svma_base = a_phdr.p_vaddr;
item.svma_limit = a_phdr.p_vaddr + a_phdr.p_memsz;
item.bias = map->avma - map->foff
+ a_phdr.p_offset - a_phdr.p_vaddr;
if (map->rw
&& (a_phdr.p_flags & (PF_R | PF_W))
== (PF_R | PF_W)) {
item.exec = False;
VG_(addToXA)(svma_ranges, &item);
TRACE_SYMTAB("PT_LOAD[%ld]: acquired as rw\n", i);
loaded = True;
}
if (map->rx
&& (a_phdr.p_flags & (PF_R | PF_X))
== (PF_R | PF_X)) {
item.exec = True;
VG_(addToXA)(svma_ranges, &item);
TRACE_SYMTAB("PT_LOAD[%ld]: acquired as rx\n", i);
loaded = True;
}
}
}
if (!loaded) {
ML_(symerr)(di, False,
"ELF section outside all mapped regions");
/* This problem might be solved by further memory mappings.
Avoid the vg_assert(!di->soname) at the beginning of this
function if DYNAMIC section has been already processed. */
if (di->soname) {
ML_(dinfo_free)(di->soname);
di->soname = NULL;
}
goto out;
}
}
}
/* Try to get the soname. If there isn't one, use "NONE".
The seginfo needs to have some kind of soname in order to
facilitate writing redirect functions, since all redirect
specifications require a soname (pattern). */
if (a_phdr.p_type == PT_DYNAMIC && di->soname == NULL) {
Word stroff = -1;
DiOffT strtab_mioff = DiOffT_INVALID;
for (j = 0; True/*exit check is in the loop*/; j++) {
ElfXX_Dyn t_dyn_m; /* dyn_img[j] */
ML_(img_get)(&t_dyn_m, mimg,
INDEX_BIS(ehdr_mioff + a_phdr.p_offset,
j, sizeof(ElfXX_Dyn)),
sizeof(t_dyn_m));
if (t_dyn_m.d_tag == DT_NULL)
break;
switch (t_dyn_m.d_tag) {
case DT_SONAME: {
stroff = t_dyn_m.d_un.d_val;
break;
}
case DT_STRTAB: {
Bool ok2 = False;
Word offset = file_offset_from_svma(
&ok2, t_dyn_m.d_un.d_ptr, mimg,
phdr_mioff, phdr_mnent, phdr_ment_szB
);
if (ok2 && strtab_mioff == DiOffT_INVALID) {
// Check for obviously bogus offsets.
if (!ML_(img_valid)(mimg, offset, 1)) {
ML_(symerr)(di, True, "Invalid DT_STRTAB offset");
goto out;
}
strtab_mioff = ehdr_mioff + offset;
vg_assert(ehdr_mioff == 0); // should always be
}
break;
}
default:
break;
}
}
if (stroff != -1 && strtab_mioff != DiOffT_INVALID) {
di->soname = ML_(img_strdup)(mimg, "di.redi.1",
strtab_mioff + stroff);
TRACE_SYMTAB("Found soname = %s\n", di->soname);
}
}
} /* for (i = 0; i < phdr_Mnent; i++) ... */
/* TOPLEVEL */
} /* examine the program headers (local scope) */
/* TOPLEVEL */
/* If, after looking at all the program headers, we still didn't
find a soname, add a fake one. */
if (di->soname == NULL) {
TRACE_SYMTAB("No soname found; using (fake) \"NONE\"\n");
di->soname = ML_(dinfo_strdup)("di.redi.2", "NONE");
}
vg_assert(VG_(sizeXA)(svma_ranges) != 0);
/* Now read the section table. */
TRACE_SYMTAB("\n");
TRACE_SYMTAB("------ Examining the section headers ------\n");
for (i = 0; i < VG_(sizeXA)(di->fsm.maps); i++) {
struct _DebugInfoMapping* map = VG_(indexXA)(di->fsm.maps, i);
if (map->rx)
TRACE_SYMTAB("rx: at %#lx are mapped foffsets %ld .. %ld\n",
map->avma, map->foff, map->foff + map->size - 1 );
}
TRACE_SYMTAB("rx: contains these svma regions:\n");
for (i = 0; i < VG_(sizeXA)(svma_ranges); i++) {
RangeAndBias* reg = VG_(indexXA)(svma_ranges, i);
if (reg->exec)
TRACE_SYMTAB(" svmas %#lx .. %#lx with bias %#lx\n",
reg->svma_base, reg->svma_limit - 1, reg->bias );
}
for (i = 0; i < VG_(sizeXA)(di->fsm.maps); i++) {
struct _DebugInfoMapping* map = VG_(indexXA)(di->fsm.maps, i);
if (map->rw)
TRACE_SYMTAB("rw: at %#lx are mapped foffsets %ld .. %ld\n",
map->avma, map->foff, map->foff + map->size - 1 );
}
TRACE_SYMTAB("rw: contains these svma regions:\n");
for (i = 0; i < VG_(sizeXA)(svma_ranges); i++) {
RangeAndBias* reg = VG_(indexXA)(svma_ranges, i);
if (!reg->exec)
TRACE_SYMTAB(" svmas %#lx .. %#lx with bias %#lx\n",
reg->svma_base, reg->svma_limit - 1, reg->bias );
}
/* TOPLEVEL */
/* Iterate over section headers */
for (i = 0; i < shdr_mnent; i++) {
ElfXX_Shdr a_shdr;
ML_(img_get)(&a_shdr, mimg,
INDEX_BIS(shdr_mioff, i, shdr_ment_szB), sizeof(a_shdr));
DiOffT name_mioff = shdr_strtab_mioff + a_shdr.sh_name;
HChar* name = ML_(img_strdup)(mimg, "di.redi_name.1", name_mioff);
Addr svma = a_shdr.sh_addr;
OffT foff = a_shdr.sh_offset;
UWord size = a_shdr.sh_size; /* Do not change this to be signed. */
UInt alyn = a_shdr.sh_addralign;
Bool bits = !(a_shdr.sh_type == SHT_NOBITS);
/* Look through our collection of info obtained from the PT_LOAD
headers, and make 'inrx' and 'inrw' point to the first entry
in each that intersects 'avma'. If in each case none is found,
leave the relevant pointer at NULL. */
RangeAndBias* inrx = NULL;
RangeAndBias* inrw = NULL;
for (j = 0; j < VG_(sizeXA)(svma_ranges); j++) {
RangeAndBias* rng = VG_(indexXA)(svma_ranges, j);
if (svma >= rng->svma_base && svma < rng->svma_limit) {
if (!inrx && rng->exec) {
inrx = rng;
} else if (!inrw && !rng->exec) {
inrw = rng;
}
if (inrx && inrw)
break;
}
}
TRACE_SYMTAB(" [sec %2ld] %s %s al%2u foff %6ld .. %6ld "
" svma %p name \"%s\"\n",
i, inrx ? "rx" : " ", inrw ? "rw" : " ", alyn,
foff, foff+size-1, (void*)svma, name);
/* Check for sane-sized segments. SHT_NOBITS sections have zero
size in the file. */
if ((foff >= ML_(img_size)(mimg))
|| (foff + (bits ? size : 0) > ML_(img_size)(mimg))) {
ML_(symerr)(di, True, "ELF Section extends beyond image end");
goto out;
}
/* Check for a sane alignment value. */
if (alyn > 0 && -1 == VG_(log2)(alyn)) {
ML_(symerr)(di, True, "ELF Section contains invalid "
".sh_addralign value");
goto out;
}
/* Ignore zero sized sections. */
if (size == 0) {
TRACE_SYMTAB("zero sized section \"%s\", ignoring\n", name);
ML_(dinfo_free)(name);
continue;
}
# define BAD(_secname) \
do { ML_(symerr)(di, True, \
"Can't make sense of " _secname \
" section mapping"); \
/* make sure we don't assert if we find */ \
/* ourselves back in this routine later, */ \
/* with the same di */ \
di->soname = NULL; \
goto out; \
} while (0)
/* Find avma-s for: .text .data .sdata .rodata .bss .sbss .plt .got .opd
and .eh_frame */
/* Accept .text where mapped as rx (code), even if zero-sized */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".text")) {
if (inrx && !di->text_present) {
di->text_present = True;
di->text_svma = svma;
di->text_avma = svma + inrx->bias;
di->text_size = size;
di->text_bias = inrx->bias;
di->text_debug_svma = svma;
di->text_debug_bias = inrx->bias;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .text svma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->text_svma,
di->text_svma + di->text_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .text avma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->text_avma,
di->text_avma + di->text_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .text bias = %#lx\n", di->text_bias);
} else {
BAD(".text");
}
}
/* Accept .data where mapped as rw (data), even if zero-sized */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".data")) {
if (inrw && !di->data_present) {
di->data_present = True;
di->data_svma = svma;
di->data_avma = svma + inrw->bias;
di->data_size = size;
di->data_bias = inrw->bias;
di->data_debug_svma = svma;
di->data_debug_bias = inrw->bias;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .data svma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->data_svma,
di->data_svma + di->data_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .data avma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->data_avma,
di->data_avma + di->data_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .data bias = %#lx\n", di->data_bias);
} else {
BAD(".data");
}
}
/* Accept .sdata where mapped as rw (data) */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".sdata")) {
if (inrw && !di->sdata_present) {
di->sdata_present = True;
di->sdata_svma = svma;
di->sdata_avma = svma + inrw->bias;
di->sdata_size = size;
di->sdata_bias = inrw->bias;
di->sdata_debug_svma = svma;
di->sdata_debug_bias = inrw->bias;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .sdata svma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->sdata_svma,
di->sdata_svma + di->sdata_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .sdata avma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->sdata_avma,
di->sdata_avma + di->sdata_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .sdata bias = %#lx\n", di->sdata_bias);
} else {
BAD(".sdata");
}
}
/* Accept .rodata where mapped as rx (data), even if zero-sized */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".rodata")) {
if (inrx && !di->rodata_present) {
di->rodata_present = True;
di->rodata_svma = svma;
di->rodata_avma = svma + inrx->bias;
di->rodata_size = size;
di->rodata_bias = inrx->bias;
di->rodata_debug_svma = svma;
di->rodata_debug_bias = inrx->bias;
/* NB was 'inrw' prior to r11794 */
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .rodata svma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->rodata_svma,
di->rodata_svma + di->rodata_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .rodata avma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->rodata_avma,
di->rodata_avma + di->rodata_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .rodata bias = %#lx\n", di->rodata_bias);
} else {
BAD(".rodata");
}
}
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".dynbss")) {
if (inrw && !di->bss_present) {
dynbss_present = True;
di->bss_present = True;
di->bss_svma = svma;
di->bss_avma = svma + inrw->bias;
di->bss_size = size;
di->bss_bias = inrw->bias;
di->bss_debug_svma = svma;
di->bss_debug_bias = inrw->bias;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .dynbss svma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->bss_svma,
di->bss_svma + di->bss_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .dynbss avma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->bss_avma,
di->bss_avma + di->bss_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .dynbss bias = %#lx\n", di->bss_bias);
}
}
/* Accept .bss where mapped as rw (data), even if zero-sized */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".bss")) {
if (inrw && dynbss_present) {
vg_assert(di->bss_present);
dynbss_present = False;
vg_assert(di->bss_svma + di->bss_size == svma);
di->bss_size += size;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .bss svma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
svma, svma + size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .bss avma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
svma + inrw->bias, svma + inrw->bias + size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .bss bias = %#lx\n", di->bss_bias);
} else
if (inrw && !di->bss_present) {
di->bss_present = True;
di->bss_svma = svma;
di->bss_avma = svma + inrw->bias;
di->bss_size = size;
di->bss_bias = inrw->bias;
di->bss_debug_svma = svma;
di->bss_debug_bias = inrw->bias;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .bss svma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->bss_svma,
di->bss_svma + di->bss_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .bss avma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->bss_avma,
di->bss_avma + di->bss_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .bss bias = %#lx\n", di->bss_bias);
} else
/* Now one from the wtf?! department ... */
if (inrx && (!inrw) && !di->bss_present) {
/* File contains a .bss, but it got mapped as rx only.
This is very strange. For now, just pretend we didn't
see it :-) */
di->bss_present = False;
di->bss_svma = 0;
di->bss_avma = 0;
di->bss_size = 0;
di->bss_bias = 0;
di->bss_debug_svma = 0;
di->bss_debug_bias = 0;
if (!VG_(clo_xml)) {
VG_(message)(Vg_UserMsg,
"Warning: the following file's .bss is "
"mapped r-x only - ignoring .bss syms\n");
VG_(message)(Vg_UserMsg, " %s\n", di->fsm.filename
? di->fsm.filename
: "(null?!)" );
}
} else
if ((!inrw) && (!inrx) && !di->bss_present) {
/* File contains a .bss, but it didn't get mapped. Ignore. */
di->bss_present = False;
di->bss_svma = 0;
di->bss_avma = 0;
di->bss_size = 0;
di->bss_bias = 0;
} else {
BAD(".bss");
}
}
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".sdynbss")) {
if (inrw && !di->sbss_present) {
sdynbss_present = True;
di->sbss_present = True;
di->sbss_svma = svma;
di->sbss_avma = svma + inrw->bias;
di->sbss_size = size;
di->sbss_bias = inrw->bias;
di->sbss_debug_svma = svma;
di->sbss_debug_bias = inrw->bias;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .sdynbss svma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->sbss_svma,
di->sbss_svma + di->sbss_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .sdynbss avma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->sbss_avma,
di->sbss_avma + di->sbss_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .sdynbss bias = %#lx\n", di->sbss_bias);
}
}
/* Accept .sbss where mapped as rw (data) */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".sbss")) {
if (inrw && sdynbss_present) {
vg_assert(di->sbss_present);
sdynbss_present = False;
vg_assert(di->sbss_svma + di->sbss_size == svma);
di->sbss_size += size;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .sbss svma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
svma, svma + size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .sbss avma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
svma + inrw->bias, svma + inrw->bias + size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .sbss bias = %#lx\n", di->sbss_bias);
} else
if (inrw && !di->sbss_present) {
di->sbss_present = True;
di->sbss_svma = svma;
di->sbss_avma = svma + inrw->bias;
di->sbss_size = size;
di->sbss_bias = inrw->bias;
di->sbss_debug_svma = svma;
di->sbss_debug_bias = inrw->bias;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .sbss svma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->sbss_svma,
di->sbss_svma + di->sbss_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .sbss avma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->sbss_avma,
di->sbss_avma + di->sbss_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .sbss bias = %#lx\n", di->sbss_bias);
} else {
BAD(".sbss");
}
}
/* Accept .got where mapped as rw (data) */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".got")) {
if (inrw && !di->got_present) {
di->got_present = True;
di->got_avma = svma + inrw->bias;
di->got_size = size;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .got avma = %#lx\n", di->got_avma);
} else {
BAD(".got");
}
}
/* Accept .got.plt where mapped as rw (data) */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".got.plt")) {
if (inrw && !di->gotplt_present) {
di->gotplt_present = True;
di->gotplt_avma = svma + inrw->bias;
di->gotplt_size = size;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .got.plt avma = %#lx\n", di->gotplt_avma);
} else if (size != 0) {
BAD(".got.plt");
}
}
/* PLT is different on different platforms, it seems. */
# if defined(VGP_x86_linux) || defined(VGP_amd64_linux) \
|| defined(VGP_arm_linux) || defined (VGP_s390x_linux) \
|| defined(VGP_mips32_linux) || defined(VGP_mips64_linux) \
|| defined(VGP_arm64_linux)
/* Accept .plt where mapped as rx (code) */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".plt")) {
if (inrx && !di->plt_present) {
di->plt_present = True;
di->plt_avma = svma + inrx->bias;
di->plt_size = size;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .plt avma = %#lx\n", di->plt_avma);
} else {
BAD(".plt");
}
}
# elif defined(VGP_ppc32_linux)
/* Accept .plt where mapped as rw (data) */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".plt")) {
if (inrw && !di->plt_present) {
di->plt_present = True;
di->plt_avma = svma + inrw->bias;
di->plt_size = size;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .plt avma = %#lx\n", di->plt_avma);
} else {
BAD(".plt");
}
}
# elif defined(VGP_ppc64be_linux) || defined(VGP_ppc64le_linux)
/* Accept .plt where mapped as rw (data), or unmapped */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".plt")) {
if (inrw && !di->plt_present) {
di->plt_present = True;
di->plt_avma = svma + inrw->bias;
di->plt_size = size;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .plt avma = %#lx\n", di->plt_avma);
} else
if ((!inrw) && (!inrx) && size > 0 && !di->plt_present) {
/* File contains a .plt, but it didn't get mapped.
Presumably it is not required on this platform. At
least don't reject the situation as invalid. */
di->plt_present = True;
di->plt_avma = 0;
di->plt_size = 0;
} else {
BAD(".plt");
}
}
# else
# error "Unsupported platform"
# endif
/* Accept .opd where mapped as rw (data) */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".opd")) {
if (inrw && !di->opd_present) {
di->opd_present = True;
di->opd_avma = svma + inrw->bias;
di->opd_size = size;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .opd avma = %#lx\n", di->opd_avma);
} else {
BAD(".opd");
}
}
/* Accept .eh_frame where mapped as rx (code). This seems to be
the common case. However, if that doesn't pan out, try for
rw (data) instead. We can handle up to N_EHFRAME_SECTS per
ELF object. */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".eh_frame")) {
if (inrx && di->n_ehframe < N_EHFRAME_SECTS) {
di->ehframe_avma[di->n_ehframe] = svma + inrx->bias;
di->ehframe_size[di->n_ehframe] = size;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .eh_frame avma = %#lx\n",
di->ehframe_avma[di->n_ehframe]);
di->n_ehframe++;
} else
if (inrw && di->n_ehframe < N_EHFRAME_SECTS) {
di->ehframe_avma[di->n_ehframe] = svma + inrw->bias;
di->ehframe_size[di->n_ehframe] = size;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .eh_frame avma = %#lx\n",
di->ehframe_avma[di->n_ehframe]);
di->n_ehframe++;
} else {
BAD(".eh_frame");
}
}
/* Accept .ARM.exidx where mapped as rx (code). */
/* FIXME: make sure the entire section is mapped in, not just
the first address. */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".ARM.exidx")) {
if (inrx && !di->exidx_present) {
di->exidx_present = True;
di->exidx_svma = svma;
di->exidx_avma = svma + inrx->bias;
di->exidx_size = size;
di->exidx_bias = inrx->bias;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .exidx svma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->exidx_svma,
di->exidx_svma + di->exidx_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .exidx avma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->exidx_avma,
di->exidx_avma + di->exidx_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .exidx bias = %#lx\n", di->exidx_bias);
} else {
BAD(".ARM.exidx");
}
}
/* Accept .ARM.extab where mapped as rx (code). */
/* FIXME: make sure the entire section is mapped in, not just
the first address. */
if (0 == VG_(strcmp)(name, ".ARM.extab")) {
if (inrx && !di->extab_present) {
di->extab_present = True;
di->extab_svma = svma;
di->extab_avma = svma + inrx->bias;
di->extab_size = size;
di->extab_bias = inrx->bias;
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .extab svma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->extab_svma,
di->extab_svma + di->extab_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .extab avma = %#lx .. %#lx\n",
di->extab_avma,
di->extab_avma + di->extab_size - 1);
TRACE_SYMTAB("acquiring .extab bias = %#lx\n", di->extab_bias);
} else {
BAD(".ARM.extab");
}
}
ML_(dinfo_free)(name);
# undef BAD
} /* iterate over the section headers */
/* TOPLEVEL */
if (0) VG_(printf)("YYYY text_: avma %#lx size %ld bias %#lx\n",
di->text_avma, di->text_size, di->text_bias);
if (VG_(clo_verbosity) > 2 || VG_(clo_trace_redir))
VG_(message)(Vg_DebugMsg, " svma %#010lx, avma %#010lx\n",
di->text_avma - di->text_bias,
di->text_avma );
TRACE_SYMTAB("\n");
TRACE_SYMTAB("------ Finding image addresses "
"for debug-info sections ------\n");
/* TOPLEVEL */
/* Find interesting sections, read the symbol table(s), read any
debug information. Each section is located either in the main,
debug or alt-debug files, but only in one. For each section,
|section_escn| records which of |mimg|, |dimg| or |aimg| we
found it in, along with the section's image offset and its size.
The triples (section_img, section_ioff, section_szB) are
consistent, in that they are always either (NULL,
DiOffT_INVALID, 0), or refer to the same image, and are all
assigned together. */
{
/* TOPLEVEL */
DiSlice strtab_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .strtab
DiSlice symtab_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .symtab
DiSlice dynstr_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .dynstr
DiSlice dynsym_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .dynsym
DiSlice debuglink_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .gnu_debuglink
DiSlice debugaltlink_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .gnu_debugaltlink
DiSlice debug_line_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .debug_line (dwarf2)
DiSlice debug_info_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .debug_info (dwarf2)
DiSlice debug_types_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .debug_types (dwarf4)
DiSlice debug_abbv_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .debug_abbrev (dwarf2)
DiSlice debug_str_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .debug_str (dwarf2)
DiSlice debug_ranges_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .debug_ranges (dwarf2)
DiSlice debug_loc_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .debug_loc (dwarf2)
DiSlice debug_frame_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .debug_frame (dwarf2)
DiSlice debug_line_alt_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .debug_line (alt)
DiSlice debug_info_alt_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .debug_info (alt)
DiSlice debug_abbv_alt_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .debug_abbrev (alt)
DiSlice debug_str_alt_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .debug_str (alt)
DiSlice dwarf1d_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .debug (dwarf1)
DiSlice dwarf1l_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .line (dwarf1)
DiSlice opd_escn = DiSlice_INVALID; // .opd (dwarf2,
// ppc64be-linux)
DiSlice ehframe_escn[N_EHFRAME_SECTS]; // .eh_frame (dwarf2)
for (i = 0; i < N_EHFRAME_SECTS; i++)
ehframe_escn[i] = DiSlice_INVALID;
/* Find all interesting sections */
UInt ehframe_mix = 0;
/* What FIND does: it finds the section called _SEC_NAME. The
size of it is assigned to _SEC_SIZE. The address of the
section in the transiently loaded oimage is assigned to
_SEC_IMG. If the section is found, _POST_FX is executed
after _SEC_NAME and _SEC_SIZE have been assigned to.
Even for sections which are marked loadable, the client's
ld.so may not have loaded them yet, so there is no guarantee
that we can safely prod around in any such area). Because
the entire object file is transiently mapped aboard for
inspection, it's always safe to inspect that area. */
/* TOPLEVEL */
/* Iterate over section headers (again) */
for (i = 0; i < ehdr_m.e_shnum; i++) {
# define FINDX(_sec_name, _sec_escn, _post_fx) \
do { \
ElfXX_Shdr a_shdr; \
ML_(img_get)(&a_shdr, mimg, \
INDEX_BIS(shdr_mioff, i, shdr_ment_szB), \
sizeof(a_shdr)); \
if (0 == ML_(img_strcmp_c)(mimg, shdr_strtab_mioff \
+ a_shdr.sh_name, _sec_name)) { \
Bool nobits; \
_sec_escn.img = mimg; \
_sec_escn.ioff = (DiOffT)a_shdr.sh_offset; \
_sec_escn.szB = a_shdr.sh_size; \
nobits = a_shdr.sh_type == SHT_NOBITS; \
vg_assert(_sec_escn.img != NULL); \
vg_assert(_sec_escn.ioff != DiOffT_INVALID); \
TRACE_SYMTAB( "%18s: ioff %llu .. %llu\n", \
_sec_name, (ULong)_sec_escn.ioff, \
((ULong)_sec_escn.ioff) + _sec_escn.szB - 1); \
/* SHT_NOBITS sections have zero size in the file. */ \
if ( a_shdr.sh_offset \
+ (nobits ? 0 : _sec_escn.szB) > ML_(img_size)(mimg) ) { \
ML_(symerr)(di, True, \
" section beyond image end?!"); \
goto out; \
} \
_post_fx; \
} \
} while (0);
/* Version with no post-effects */
# define FIND(_sec_name, _sec_escn) \
FINDX(_sec_name, _sec_escn, /**/)
/* NAME ElfSec */
FIND(".dynsym", dynsym_escn)
FIND(".dynstr", dynstr_escn)
FIND(".symtab", symtab_escn)
FIND(".strtab", strtab_escn)
FIND(".gnu_debuglink", debuglink_escn)
FIND(".gnu_debugaltlink", debugaltlink_escn)
FIND(".debug_line", debug_line_escn)
FIND(".debug_info", debug_info_escn)
FIND(".debug_types", debug_types_escn)
FIND(".debug_abbrev", debug_abbv_escn)
FIND(".debug_str", debug_str_escn)
FIND(".debug_ranges", debug_ranges_escn)
FIND(".debug_loc", debug_loc_escn)
FIND(".debug_frame", debug_frame_escn)
FIND(".debug", dwarf1d_escn)
FIND(".line", dwarf1l_escn)
FIND(".opd", opd_escn)
FINDX(".eh_frame", ehframe_escn[ehframe_mix],
do { ehframe_mix++; vg_assert(ehframe_mix <= N_EHFRAME_SECTS);
} while (0)
)
/* Comment_on_EH_FRAME_MULTIPLE_INSTANCES: w.r.t. .eh_frame
multi-instance kludgery, how are we assured that the order
in which we fill in ehframe_escn[] is consistent with the
order in which we previously filled in di->ehframe_avma[]
and di->ehframe_size[] ? By the fact that in both cases,
these arrays were filled in by iterating over the section
headers top-to-bottom. So both loops (this one and the
previous one) encounter the .eh_frame entries in the same
order and so fill in these arrays in a consistent order.
*/
# undef FINDX
# undef FIND
} /* Iterate over section headers (again) */
/* TOPLEVEL */
/* Now, see if we can find a debuginfo object, and if so connect
|dimg| to it. */
vg_assert(dimg == NULL && aimg == NULL);
/* Look for a build-id */
HChar* buildid = find_buildid(mimg, False, False);
/* Look for a debug image that matches either the build-id or
the debuglink-CRC32 in the main image. If the main image
doesn't contain either of those then this won't even bother
to try looking. This looks in all known places, including
the --extra-debuginfo-path if specified and on the
--debuginfo-server if specified. */
if (buildid != NULL || debuglink_escn.img != NULL) {
/* Do have a debuglink section? */
if (debuglink_escn.img != NULL) {
UInt crc_offset
= VG_ROUNDUP(ML_(img_strlen)(debuglink_escn.img,
debuglink_escn.ioff)+1, 4);
vg_assert(crc_offset + sizeof(UInt) <= debuglink_escn.szB);
/* Extract the CRC from the debuglink section */
UInt crc = ML_(img_get_UInt)(debuglink_escn.img,
debuglink_escn.ioff + crc_offset);
/* See if we can find a matching debug file */
HChar* debuglink_str_m
= ML_(img_strdup)(debuglink_escn.img,
"di.redi_dlk.1", debuglink_escn.ioff);
dimg = find_debug_file( di, di->fsm.filename, buildid,
debuglink_str_m, crc, False );
if (debuglink_str_m)
ML_(dinfo_free)(debuglink_str_m);
} else {
/* See if we can find a matching debug file */
dimg = find_debug_file( di, di->fsm.filename, buildid,
NULL, 0, False );
}
}
if (buildid) {
ML_(dinfo_free)(buildid);
buildid = NULL; /* paranoia */
}
/* As a last-ditch measure, try looking for in the
--extra-debuginfo-path and/or on the --debuginfo-server, but
only in the case where --allow-mismatched-debuginfo=yes.
This is dangerous in that (1) it gives no assurance that the
debuginfo object matches the main one, and hence (2) we will
very likely get an assertion in the code below, if indeed
there is a mismatch. Hence it is disabled by default
(--allow-mismatched-debuginfo=no). Nevertheless it's
sometimes a useful way of getting out of a tight spot.
Note that we're ignoring the name in the .gnu_debuglink
section here, and just looking for a file of the same name
either the extra-path or on the server. */
if (dimg == NULL && VG_(clo_allow_mismatched_debuginfo)) {
dimg = find_debug_file_ad_hoc( di, di->fsm.filename );
}
/* TOPLEVEL */
/* If we were successful in finding a debug image, pull various
SVMA/bias/size and image addresses out of it. */
if (dimg != NULL && is_elf_object_file_by_DiImage(dimg, False)) {
/* Pull out and validate program header and section header info */
DiOffT ehdr_dioff = 0;
ElfXX_Ehdr ehdr_dimg;
ML_(img_get)(&ehdr_dimg, dimg, ehdr_dioff, sizeof(ehdr_dimg));
DiOffT phdr_dioff = ehdr_dimg.e_phoff;
UWord phdr_dnent = ehdr_dimg.e_phnum;
UWord phdr_dent_szB = ehdr_dimg.e_phentsize;
DiOffT shdr_dioff = ehdr_dimg.e_shoff;
UWord shdr_dnent = ehdr_dimg.e_shnum;
UWord shdr_dent_szB = ehdr_dimg.e_shentsize;
DiOffT shdr_strtab_dioff = DiOffT_INVALID;
/* SVMAs covered by rx and rw segments and corresponding bias. */
Addr rx_dsvma_limit = 0;
PtrdiffT rx_dbias = 0;
Addr rw_dsvma_limit = 0;
PtrdiffT rw_dbias = 0;
Bool need_symtab, need_dwarf2, need_dwarf1;
if (phdr_dnent == 0
|| !ML_(img_valid)(dimg, phdr_dioff,
phdr_dnent * phdr_dent_szB)) {
ML_(symerr)(di, True,
"Missing or invalid ELF Program Header Table"
" (debuginfo file)");
goto out;
}
if (shdr_dnent == 0
|| !ML_(img_valid)(dimg, shdr_dioff,
shdr_dnent * shdr_dent_szB)) {
ML_(symerr)(di, True,
"Missing or invalid ELF Section Header Table"
" (debuginfo file)");
goto out;
}
/* Also find the section header's string table, and validate. */
/* checked previously by is_elf_object_file: */
vg_assert(ehdr_dimg.e_shstrndx != SHN_UNDEF);
// shdr_dioff is the offset of the section header table
// and we need the ehdr_dimg.e_shstrndx'th entry
{ ElfXX_Shdr a_shdr;
ML_(img_get)(&a_shdr, dimg,
INDEX_BIS(shdr_dioff, ehdr_dimg.e_shstrndx,
shdr_dent_szB),
sizeof(a_shdr));
shdr_strtab_dioff = a_shdr.sh_offset;
if (!ML_(img_valid)(dimg, shdr_strtab_dioff,
1/*bogus, but we don't know the real size*/)) {
ML_(symerr)(di, True,
"Invalid ELF S