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/*--- A header file for all parts of the MemCheck tool. ---*/
/*--- mc_include.h ---*/
This file is part of MemCheck, a heavyweight Valgrind tool for
detecting memory errors.
Copyright (C) 2000-2013 Julian Seward
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#ifndef __MC_INCLUDE_H
#define __MC_INCLUDE_H
#define MC_(str) VGAPPEND(vgMemCheck_,str)
/* This is a private header file for use only within the
memcheck/ directory. */
/*--- Tracking the heap ---*/
/* By default, we want at least a 16B redzone on client heap blocks
for Memcheck.
The default can be modified by --redzone-size. */
// effective redzone, as (possibly) modified by --redzone-size:
extern SizeT MC_(Malloc_Redzone_SzB);
/* For malloc()/new/new[] vs. free()/delete/delete[] mismatch checking. */
enum {
MC_AllocMalloc = 0,
MC_AllocNew = 1,
MC_AllocNewVec = 2,
MC_AllocCustom = 3
/* This describes a heap block. Nb: first two fields must match core's
* VgHashNode. */
struct _MC_Chunk {
struct _MC_Chunk* next;
Addr data; // Address of the actual block.
SizeT szB : (sizeof(SizeT)*8)-2; // Size requested; 30 or 62 bits.
MC_AllocKind allockind : 2; // Which operation did the allocation.
ExeContext* where[0];
/* Variable-length array. The size depends on MC_(clo_keep_stacktraces).
This array optionally stores the alloc and/or free stack trace. */
/* Returns the execontext where the MC_Chunk was allocated/freed.
Returns VG_(null_ExeContext)() if the execontext has not been recorded (due
to MC_(clo_keep_stacktraces) and/or because block not yet freed). */
ExeContext* MC_(allocated_at) (MC_Chunk*);
ExeContext* MC_(freed_at) (MC_Chunk*);
/* Records and sets execontext according to MC_(clo_keep_stacktraces) */
void MC_(set_allocated_at) (ThreadId, MC_Chunk*);
void MC_(set_freed_at) (ThreadId, MC_Chunk*);
/* number of pointers needed according to MC_(clo_keep_stacktraces). */
UInt MC_(n_where_pointers) (void);
/* Memory pool. Nb: first two fields must match core's VgHashNode. */
struct _MC_Mempool {
struct _MC_Mempool* next;
Addr pool; // pool identifier
SizeT rzB; // pool red-zone size
Bool is_zeroed; // allocations from this pool are zeroed
VgHashTable *chunks; // chunks associated with this pool
void* MC_(new_block) ( ThreadId tid,
Addr p, SizeT size, SizeT align,
Bool is_zeroed, MC_AllocKind kind,
VgHashTable *table);
void MC_(handle_free) ( ThreadId tid,
Addr p, UInt rzB, MC_AllocKind kind );
void MC_(create_mempool) ( Addr pool, UInt rzB, Bool is_zeroed );
void MC_(destroy_mempool) ( Addr pool );
void MC_(mempool_alloc) ( ThreadId tid, Addr pool,
Addr addr, SizeT size );
void MC_(mempool_free) ( Addr pool, Addr addr );
void MC_(mempool_trim) ( Addr pool, Addr addr, SizeT size );
void MC_(move_mempool) ( Addr poolA, Addr poolB );
void MC_(mempool_change) ( Addr pool, Addr addrA, Addr addrB, SizeT size );
Bool MC_(mempool_exists) ( Addr pool );
/* Searches for a recently freed block which might bracket Addr a.
Return the MC_Chunk* for this block or NULL if no bracketting block
is found. */
MC_Chunk* MC_(get_freed_block_bracketting)( Addr a );
/* For efficient pooled alloc/free of the MC_Chunk. */
extern PoolAlloc* MC_(chunk_poolalloc);
/* For tracking malloc'd blocks. Nb: it's quite important that it's a
VgHashTable, because VgHashTable allows duplicate keys without complaint.
This can occur if a user marks a malloc() block as also a custom block with
extern VgHashTable *MC_(malloc_list);
/* For tracking memory pools. */
extern VgHashTable *MC_(mempool_list);
/* Shadow memory functions */
Bool MC_(check_mem_is_noaccess)( Addr a, SizeT len, Addr* bad_addr );
void MC_(make_mem_noaccess) ( Addr a, SizeT len );
void MC_(make_mem_undefined_w_otag)( Addr a, SizeT len, UInt otag );
void MC_(make_mem_defined) ( Addr a, SizeT len );
void MC_(copy_address_range_state) ( Addr src, Addr dst, SizeT len );
void MC_(print_malloc_stats) ( void );
/* nr of free operations done */
SizeT MC_(get_cmalloc_n_frees) ( void );
void* MC_(malloc) ( ThreadId tid, SizeT n );
void* MC_(__builtin_new) ( ThreadId tid, SizeT n );
void* MC_(__builtin_vec_new) ( ThreadId tid, SizeT n );
void* MC_(memalign) ( ThreadId tid, SizeT align, SizeT n );
void* MC_(calloc) ( ThreadId tid, SizeT nmemb, SizeT size1 );
void MC_(free) ( ThreadId tid, void* p );
void MC_(__builtin_delete) ( ThreadId tid, void* p );
void MC_(__builtin_vec_delete) ( ThreadId tid, void* p );
void* MC_(realloc) ( ThreadId tid, void* p, SizeT new_size );
SizeT MC_(malloc_usable_size) ( ThreadId tid, void* p );
void MC_(handle_resizeInPlace)(ThreadId tid, Addr p,
SizeT oldSizeB, SizeT newSizeB, SizeT rzB);
/*--- Origin tracking translate-time support ---*/
/* See detailed comments in mc_machine.c. */
Int MC_(get_otrack_shadow_offset) ( Int offset, Int szB );
IRType MC_(get_otrack_reg_array_equiv_int_type) ( IRRegArray* arr );
/* Constants which are used as the lowest 2 bits in origin tags.
An origin tag comprises an upper 30-bit ECU field and a lower 2-bit
'kind' field. The ECU field is a number given out by m_execontext
and has a 1-1 mapping with ExeContext*s. An ECU can be used
directly as an origin tag (otag), but in fact we want to put
additional information 'kind' field to indicate roughly where the
tag came from. This helps print more understandable error messages
for the user -- it has no other purpose.
Hence the following 2-bit constants are needed for 'kind' field.
To summarise:
* Both ECUs and origin tags are represented as 32-bit words
* m_execontext and the core-tool interface deal purely in ECUs.
They have no knowledge of origin tags - that is a purely
Memcheck-internal matter.
* all valid ECUs have the lowest 2 bits zero and at least
one of the upper 30 bits nonzero (see VG_(is_plausible_ECU))
* to convert from an ECU to an otag, OR in one of the MC_OKIND_
constants below
* to convert an otag back to an ECU, AND it with ~3
#define MC_OKIND_UNKNOWN 0 /* unknown origin */
#define MC_OKIND_HEAP 1 /* this is a heap origin */
#define MC_OKIND_STACK 2 /* this is a stack origin */
#define MC_OKIND_USER 3 /* arises from user-supplied client req */
/*--- Profiling of memory events ---*/
/* Define to collect detailed performance info. */
/* #define MC_PROFILE_MEMORY */
# define N_PROF_EVENTS 500
UInt MC_(event_ctr)[N_PROF_EVENTS];
HChar* MC_(event_ctr_name)[N_PROF_EVENTS];
# define PROF_EVENT(ev, name) \
do { tl_assert((ev) >= 0 && (ev) < N_PROF_EVENTS); \
/* crude and inaccurate check to ensure the same */ \
/* event isn't being used with > 1 name */ \
if (MC_(event_ctr_name)[ev]) \
tl_assert(name == MC_(event_ctr_name)[ev]); \
MC_(event_ctr)[ev]++; \
MC_(event_ctr_name)[ev] = (name); \
} while (False);
# define PROF_EVENT(ev, name) /* */
#endif /* MC_PROFILE_MEMORY */
/*--- V and A bits (Victoria & Albert ?) ---*/
/* The number of entries in the primary map can be altered. However
we hardwire the assumption that each secondary map covers precisely
64k of address space. */
#define SM_SIZE 65536 /* DO NOT CHANGE */
#define SM_MASK (SM_SIZE-1) /* DO NOT CHANGE */
#define V_BIT_DEFINED 0
#define V_BITS8_DEFINED 0
#define V_BITS16_DEFINED 0
#define V_BITS32_DEFINED 0
/*--- Leak checking ---*/
enum {
// Nb: the order is important -- it dictates the order of loss records
// of equal sizes.
Reachable =0, // Definitely reachable from root-set.
Possible =1, // Possibly reachable from root-set; involves at
// least one interior-pointer along the way.
IndirectLeak =2, // Leaked, but reachable from another leaked block
// (be it Unreached or IndirectLeak).
Unreached =3, // Not reached, ie. leaked.
// (At best, only reachable from itself via a cycle.)
// Build mask to check or set Reachedness r membership
#define R2S(r) (1 << (r))
// Reachedness r is member of the Set s ?
#define RiS(r,s) ((s) & R2S(r))
// Returns a set containing all Reachedness
UInt MC_(all_Reachedness)(void);
/* For VALGRIND_COUNT_LEAKS client request */
extern SizeT MC_(bytes_leaked);
extern SizeT MC_(bytes_indirect);
extern SizeT MC_(bytes_dubious);
extern SizeT MC_(bytes_reachable);
extern SizeT MC_(bytes_suppressed);
/* For VALGRIND_COUNT_LEAK_BLOCKS client request */
extern SizeT MC_(blocks_leaked);
extern SizeT MC_(blocks_indirect);
extern SizeT MC_(blocks_dubious);
extern SizeT MC_(blocks_reachable);
extern SizeT MC_(blocks_suppressed);
enum {
enum {
LCD_Any, // output all loss records, whatever the delta
LCD_Increased, // output loss records with an increase in size or blocks
LCD_Changed, // output loss records with an increase or
//decrease in size or blocks
/* When a LossRecord is put into an OSet, these elements represent the key. */
struct _LossRecordKey {
Reachedness state; // LC_Extra.state value shared by all blocks.
ExeContext* allocated_at; // Where they were allocated.
/* A loss record, used for generating err msgs. Multiple leaked blocks can be
* merged into a single loss record if they have the same state and similar
* enough allocation points (controlled by --leak-resolution). */
struct _LossRecord {
LossRecordKey key; // Key, when used in an OSet.
SizeT szB; // Sum of all MC_Chunk.szB values.
SizeT indirect_szB; // Sum of all LC_Extra.indirect_szB values.
UInt num_blocks; // Number of blocks represented by the record.
SizeT old_szB; // old_* values are the values found during the
SizeT old_indirect_szB; // previous leak search. old_* values are used to
UInt old_num_blocks; // output only the changed/new loss records
struct _LeakCheckParams {
LeakCheckMode mode;
UInt show_leak_kinds;
UInt errors_for_leak_kinds;
UInt heuristics;
LeakCheckDeltaMode deltamode;
UInt max_loss_records_output; // limit on the nr of loss records output.
Bool requested_by_monitor_command; // True when requested by gdb/vgdb.
void MC_(detect_memory_leaks) ( ThreadId tid, LeakCheckParams * lcp);
// Each time a leak search is done, the leak search generation
// MC_(leak_search_gen) is incremented.
extern UInt MC_(leak_search_gen);
// maintains the lcp.deltamode given in the last call to detect_memory_leaks
extern LeakCheckDeltaMode MC_(detect_memory_leaks_last_delta_mode);
// prints the list of blocks corresponding to the given loss_record_nr.
// Returns True if loss_record_nr identifies a correct loss record from last
// leak search, returns False otherwise.
Bool MC_(print_block_list) ( UInt loss_record_nr);
// Prints the addresses/registers/... at which a pointer to
// the given range [address, address+szB[ is found.
void MC_(who_points_at) ( Addr address, SizeT szB);
// if delta_mode == LCD_Any, prints in buf an empty string
// otherwise prints a delta in the layout " (+%'lu)" or " (-%'lu)"
extern HChar * MC_(snprintf_delta) (HChar * buf, Int size,
SizeT current_val, SizeT old_val,
LeakCheckDeltaMode delta_mode);
Bool MC_(is_valid_aligned_word) ( Addr a );
Bool MC_(is_within_valid_secondary) ( Addr a );
// Prints as user msg a description of the given loss record.
void MC_(pp_LossRecord)(UInt n_this_record, UInt n_total_records,
LossRecord* l);
/*--- Errors and suppressions ---*/
/* Did we show to the user, any errors for which an uninitialised
value origin could have been collected (but wasn't) ? If yes,
then, at the end of the run, print a 1 line message advising that a
rerun with --track-origins=yes might help. */
extern Bool MC_(any_value_errors);
/* Standard functions for error and suppressions as required by the
core/tool iface */
Bool MC_(eq_Error) ( VgRes res, const Error* e1, const Error* e2 );
void MC_(before_pp_Error) ( const Error* err );
void MC_(pp_Error) ( const Error* err );
UInt MC_(update_Error_extra) ( const Error* err );
Bool MC_(is_recognised_suppression) ( const HChar* name, Supp* su );
Bool MC_(read_extra_suppression_info) ( Int fd, HChar** buf,
SizeT* nBuf, Int* lineno, Supp *su );
Bool MC_(error_matches_suppression) ( const Error* err, const Supp* su );
SizeT MC_(get_extra_suppression_info) ( const Error* err,
/*OUT*/HChar* buf, Int nBuf );
SizeT MC_(print_extra_suppression_use) ( const Supp* su,
/*OUT*/HChar* buf, Int nBuf );
void MC_(update_extra_suppression_use) ( const Error* err, const Supp* su );
const HChar* MC_(get_error_name) ( const Error* err );
/* Recording of errors */
void MC_(record_address_error) ( ThreadId tid, Addr a, Int szB,
Bool isWrite );
void MC_(record_cond_error) ( ThreadId tid, UInt otag );
void MC_(record_value_error) ( ThreadId tid, Int szB, UInt otag );
void MC_(record_jump_error) ( ThreadId tid, Addr a );
void MC_(record_free_error) ( ThreadId tid, Addr a );
void MC_(record_illegal_mempool_error) ( ThreadId tid, Addr a );
void MC_(record_freemismatch_error) ( ThreadId tid, MC_Chunk* mc );
void MC_(record_overlap_error) ( ThreadId tid, const HChar* function,
Addr src, Addr dst, SizeT szB );
void MC_(record_core_mem_error) ( ThreadId tid, const HChar* msg );
void MC_(record_regparam_error) ( ThreadId tid, const HChar* msg, UInt otag );
void MC_(record_memparam_error) ( ThreadId tid, Addr a,
Bool isAddrErr, const HChar* msg, UInt otag );
void MC_(record_user_error) ( ThreadId tid, Addr a,
Bool isAddrErr, UInt otag );
Bool MC_(record_leak_error) ( ThreadId tid,
UInt n_this_record,
UInt n_total_records,
LossRecord* lossRecord,
Bool print_record,
Bool count_error );
Bool MC_(record_fishy_value_error) ( ThreadId tid, const HChar* function,
const HChar *argument_name, SizeT value );
/* Leak kinds tokens to call VG_(parse_enum_set). */
extern const HChar* MC_(parse_leak_kinds_tokens);
/* prints a description of address a */
void MC_(pp_describe_addr) (Addr a);
/* Is this address in a user-specified "ignored range" ? */
Bool MC_(in_ignored_range) ( Addr a );
/*--- Client blocks ---*/
/* Describes a client block. See mc_main.c. An unused block has
start == size == 0. */
struct {
Addr start;
SizeT size;
ExeContext* where;
HChar* desc;
/* Get access to the client block array. */
void MC_(get_ClientBlock_array)( /*OUT*/CGenBlock** blocks,
/*OUT*/UWord* nBlocks );
/*--- Command line options + defaults ---*/
/* Allow loads from partially-valid addresses? default: YES */
extern Bool MC_(clo_partial_loads_ok);
/* Max volume of the freed blocks queue. */
extern Long MC_(clo_freelist_vol);
/* Blocks with a size >= MC_(clo_freelist_big_blocks) will be put
in the "big block" freed blocks queue. */
extern Long MC_(clo_freelist_big_blocks);
/* Do leak check at exit? default: NO */
extern LeakCheckMode MC_(clo_leak_check);
/* How closely should we compare ExeContexts in leak records? default: 2 */
extern VgRes MC_(clo_leak_resolution);
/* In leak check, show loss records if their R2S(reachedness) is set.
Default : R2S(Possible) | R2S(Unreached). */
extern UInt MC_(clo_show_leak_kinds);
/* In leak check, a loss record is an error if its R2S(reachedness) is set.
Default : R2S(Possible) | R2S(Unreached). */
extern UInt MC_(clo_errors_for_leak_kinds);
/* Various leak check heuristics which can be activated/deactivated. */
enum {
LchNone =0,
// no heuristic.
LchStdString =1,
// Consider interior pointer pointing at the array of char in a
// std::string as reachable.
LchLength64 =2,
// Consider interior pointer pointing at offset 64bit of a block as
// reachable, when the first 8 bytes contains the block size - 8.
// Such length+interior pointers are used by e.g. sqlite3MemMalloc.
// On 64bit platforms LchNewArray will also match these blocks.
LchNewArray =3,
// Consider interior pointer pointing at second word of a new[] array as
// reachable. Such interior pointers are used for arrays whose elements
// have a destructor.
LchMultipleInheritance =4,
// Conside interior pointer pointing just after what looks a vtable
// as reachable.
// Nr of heuristics, including the LchNone heuristic.
// Build mask to check or set Heuristic h membership
#define H2S(h) (1 << (h))
// Heuristic h is member of the Set s ?
#define HiS(h,s) ((s) & H2S(h))
/* Heuristics set to use for the leak search.
Default : no heuristic. */
extern UInt MC_(clo_leak_check_heuristics);
/* Assume accesses immediately below %esp are due to gcc-2.96 bugs.
* default: NO */
extern Bool MC_(clo_workaround_gcc296_bugs);
/* Fill malloc-d/free-d client blocks with a specific value? -1 if
not, else 0x00 .. 0xFF indicating the fill value to use. Can be
useful for causing programs with bad heap corruption to fail in
more repeatable ways. Note that malloc-filled and free-filled
areas are still undefined and noaccess respectively. This merely
causes them to contain the specified values. */
extern Int MC_(clo_malloc_fill);
extern Int MC_(clo_free_fill);
/* Which stack trace(s) to keep for malloc'd/free'd client blocks?
For each client block, the stack traces where it was allocated
and/or freed are optionally kept depending on MC_(clo_keep_stacktraces). */
enum { // keep alloc stack trace ? keep free stack trace ?
KS_none, // never never
KS_alloc, // always never
KS_free, // never always
KS_alloc_then_free, // when still malloc'd when free'd
KS_alloc_and_free, // always always
extern KeepStacktraces MC_(clo_keep_stacktraces);
/* Indicates the level of instrumentation/checking done by Memcheck.
1 = No undefined value checking, Addrcheck-style behaviour only:
only address checking is done. This is faster but finds fewer
errors. Note that although Addrcheck had 1 bit per byte
overhead vs the old Memcheck's 9 bits per byte, with this mode
and compressed V bits, no memory is saved with this mode --
it's still 2 bits per byte overhead. This is a little wasteful
-- it could be done with 1 bit per byte -- but lets us reuse
the many shadow memory access functions. Note that in this
mode neither the secondary V bit table nor the origin-tag cache
are used.
2 = Address checking and Undefined value checking are performed,
but origins are not tracked. So the origin-tag cache is not
used in this mode. This setting is the default and corresponds
to the "normal" Memcheck behaviour that has shipped for years.
3 = Address checking, undefined value checking, and origins for
undefined values are tracked.
The default is 2.
extern Int MC_(clo_mc_level);
/* Should we show mismatched frees? Default: YES */
extern Bool MC_(clo_show_mismatched_frees);
/*--- Instrumentation ---*/
/* Functions defined in mc_main.c */
/* For the fail_w_o functions, the UWord arg is actually the 32-bit
origin tag and should really be UInt, but to be simple and safe
considering it's called from generated code, just claim it to be a
UWord. */
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_value_checkN_fail_w_o) ( HWord, UWord );
VG_REGPARM(1) void MC_(helperc_value_check8_fail_w_o) ( UWord );
VG_REGPARM(1) void MC_(helperc_value_check4_fail_w_o) ( UWord );
VG_REGPARM(1) void MC_(helperc_value_check1_fail_w_o) ( UWord );
VG_REGPARM(1) void MC_(helperc_value_check0_fail_w_o) ( UWord );
/* And call these ones instead to report an uninitialised value error
but with no origin available. */
VG_REGPARM(1) void MC_(helperc_value_checkN_fail_no_o) ( HWord );
VG_REGPARM(0) void MC_(helperc_value_check8_fail_no_o) ( void );
VG_REGPARM(0) void MC_(helperc_value_check4_fail_no_o) ( void );
VG_REGPARM(0) void MC_(helperc_value_check1_fail_no_o) ( void );
VG_REGPARM(0) void MC_(helperc_value_check0_fail_no_o) ( void );
/* V-bits load/store helpers */
VG_REGPARM(1) void MC_(helperc_STOREV64be) ( Addr, ULong );
VG_REGPARM(1) void MC_(helperc_STOREV64le) ( Addr, ULong );
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_STOREV32be) ( Addr, UWord );
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_STOREV32le) ( Addr, UWord );
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_STOREV16be) ( Addr, UWord );
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_STOREV16le) ( Addr, UWord );
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_STOREV8) ( Addr, UWord );
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_LOADV256be) ( /*OUT*/V256*, Addr );
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_LOADV256le) ( /*OUT*/V256*, Addr );
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_LOADV128be) ( /*OUT*/V128*, Addr );
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_LOADV128le) ( /*OUT*/V128*, Addr );
VG_REGPARM(1) ULong MC_(helperc_LOADV64be) ( Addr );
VG_REGPARM(1) ULong MC_(helperc_LOADV64le) ( Addr );
VG_REGPARM(1) UWord MC_(helperc_LOADV32be) ( Addr );
VG_REGPARM(1) UWord MC_(helperc_LOADV32le) ( Addr );
VG_REGPARM(1) UWord MC_(helperc_LOADV16be) ( Addr );
VG_REGPARM(1) UWord MC_(helperc_LOADV16le) ( Addr );
VG_REGPARM(1) UWord MC_(helperc_LOADV8) ( Addr );
void MC_(helperc_MAKE_STACK_UNINIT) ( Addr base, UWord len,
Addr nia );
/* Origin tag load/store helpers */
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_b_store1) ( Addr a, UWord d32 );
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_b_store2) ( Addr a, UWord d32 );
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_b_store4) ( Addr a, UWord d32 );
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_b_store8) ( Addr a, UWord d32 );
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_b_store16)( Addr a, UWord d32 );
VG_REGPARM(2) void MC_(helperc_b_store32)( Addr a, UWord d32 );
VG_REGPARM(1) UWord MC_(helperc_b_load1) ( Addr a );
VG_REGPARM(1) UWord MC_(helperc_b_load2) ( Addr a );
VG_REGPARM(1) UWord MC_(helperc_b_load4) ( Addr a );
VG_REGPARM(1) UWord MC_(helperc_b_load8) ( Addr a );
VG_REGPARM(1) UWord MC_(helperc_b_load16)( Addr a );
VG_REGPARM(1) UWord MC_(helperc_b_load32)( Addr a );
/* Functions defined in mc_translate.c */
IRSB* MC_(instrument) ( VgCallbackClosure* closure,
IRSB* bb_in,
const VexGuestLayout* layout,
const VexGuestExtents* vge,
const VexArchInfo* archinfo_host,
IRType gWordTy, IRType hWordTy );
IRSB* MC_(final_tidy) ( IRSB* );
#endif /* ndef __MC_INCLUDE_H */
/*--- end ---*/