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authorDan Streetman <ddstreet@ieee.org>2015-06-17 06:18:52 +0930
committerRusty Russell <rusty@rustcorp.com.au>2015-06-23 15:27:38 +0930
commitb51d23e4e9fea6f264d39535c2a62d1f51e7ccc3 (patch)
tree032ebaa1088f1c20985b0872ab31a9d403a35884 /kernel/params.c
parent5104b7d7678b0029417f6ac08243773a77259ac6 (diff)
downloadlinux-sh-b51d23e4e9fea6f264d39535c2a62d1f51e7ccc3.tar.gz
module: add per-module param_lock
Add a "param_lock" mutex to each module, and update params.c to use the correct built-in or module mutex while locking kernel params. Remove the kparam_block_sysfs_r/w() macros, replace them with direct calls to kernel_param_[un]lock(module). The kernel param code currently uses a single mutex to protect modification of any and all kernel params. While this generally works, there is one specific problem with it; a module callback function cannot safely load another module, i.e. with request_module() or even with indirect calls such as crypto_has_alg(). If the module to be loaded has any of its params configured (e.g. with a /etc/modprobe.d/* config file), then the attempt will result in a deadlock between the first module param callback waiting for modprobe, and modprobe trying to lock the single kernel param mutex to set the new module's param. This fixes that by using per-module mutexes, so that each individual module is protected against concurrent changes in its own kernel params, but is not blocked by changes to other module params. All built-in modules continue to use the built-in mutex, since they will always be loaded at runtime and references (e.g. request_module(), crypto_has_alg()) to them will never cause load-time param changing. This also simplifies the interface used by modules to block sysfs access to their params; while there are currently functions to block and unblock sysfs param access which are split up by read and write and expect a single kernel param to be passed, their actual operation is identical and applies to all params, not just the one passed to them; they simply lock and unlock the global param mutex. They are replaced with direct calls to kernel_param_[un]lock(THIS_MODULE), which locks THIS_MODULE's param_lock, or if the module is built-in, it locks the built-in mutex. Suggested-by: Rusty Russell <rusty@rustcorp.com.au> Signed-off-by: Dan Streetman <ddstreet@ieee.org> Signed-off-by: Rusty Russell <rusty@rustcorp.com.au>
Diffstat (limited to 'kernel/params.c')
-rw-r--r--kernel/params.c50
1 files changed, 31 insertions, 19 deletions
diff --git a/kernel/params.c b/kernel/params.c
index a8b09f6c87dc..8890d0b8dffc 100644
--- a/kernel/params.c
+++ b/kernel/params.c
@@ -25,15 +25,20 @@
#include <linux/slab.h>
#include <linux/ctype.h>
-/* Protects all parameters, and incidentally kmalloced_param list. */
+/* Protects all built-in parameters, modules use their own param_lock */
static DEFINE_MUTEX(param_lock);
+/* Use the module's mutex, or if built-in use the built-in mutex */
+#define KPARAM_MUTEX(mod) ((mod) ? &(mod)->param_lock : &param_lock)
+#define KPARAM_IS_LOCKED(mod) mutex_is_locked(KPARAM_MUTEX(mod))
+
/* This just allows us to keep track of which parameters are kmalloced. */
struct kmalloced_param {
struct list_head list;
char val[];
};
static LIST_HEAD(kmalloced_params);
+static DEFINE_SPINLOCK(kmalloced_params_lock);
static void *kmalloc_parameter(unsigned int size)
{
@@ -43,7 +48,10 @@ static void *kmalloc_parameter(unsigned int size)
if (!p)
return NULL;
+ spin_lock(&kmalloced_params_lock);
list_add(&p->list, &kmalloced_params);
+ spin_unlock(&kmalloced_params_lock);
+
return p->val;
}
@@ -52,6 +60,7 @@ static void maybe_kfree_parameter(void *param)
{
struct kmalloced_param *p;
+ spin_lock(&kmalloced_params_lock);
list_for_each_entry(p, &kmalloced_params, list) {
if (p->val == param) {
list_del(&p->list);
@@ -59,6 +68,7 @@ static void maybe_kfree_parameter(void *param)
break;
}
}
+ spin_unlock(&kmalloced_params_lock);
}
static char dash2underscore(char c)
@@ -118,10 +128,10 @@ static int parse_one(char *param,
return -EINVAL;
pr_debug("handling %s with %p\n", param,
params[i].ops->set);
- mutex_lock(&param_lock);
+ kernel_param_lock(params[i].mod);
param_check_unsafe(&params[i]);
err = params[i].ops->set(val, &params[i]);
- mutex_unlock(&param_lock);
+ kernel_param_unlock(params[i].mod);
return err;
}
}
@@ -417,7 +427,8 @@ const struct kernel_param_ops param_ops_bint = {
EXPORT_SYMBOL(param_ops_bint);
/* We break the rule and mangle the string. */
-static int param_array(const char *name,
+static int param_array(struct module *mod,
+ const char *name,
const char *val,
unsigned int min, unsigned int max,
void *elem, int elemsize,
@@ -448,7 +459,7 @@ static int param_array(const char *name,
/* nul-terminate and parse */
save = val[len];
((char *)val)[len] = '\0';
- BUG_ON(!mutex_is_locked(&param_lock));
+ BUG_ON(!KPARAM_IS_LOCKED(mod));
ret = set(val, &kp);
if (ret != 0)
@@ -470,7 +481,7 @@ static int param_array_set(const char *val, const struct kernel_param *kp)
const struct kparam_array *arr = kp->arr;
unsigned int temp_num;
- return param_array(kp->name, val, 1, arr->max, arr->elem,
+ return param_array(kp->mod, kp->name, val, 1, arr->max, arr->elem,
arr->elemsize, arr->ops->set, kp->level,
arr->num ?: &temp_num);
}
@@ -485,7 +496,7 @@ static int param_array_get(char *buffer, const struct kernel_param *kp)
if (i)
buffer[off++] = ',';
p.arg = arr->elem + arr->elemsize * i;
- BUG_ON(!mutex_is_locked(&param_lock));
+ BUG_ON(!KPARAM_IS_LOCKED(p.mod));
ret = arr->ops->get(buffer + off, &p);
if (ret < 0)
return ret;
@@ -568,9 +579,9 @@ static ssize_t param_attr_show(struct module_attribute *mattr,
if (!attribute->param->ops->get)
return -EPERM;
- mutex_lock(&param_lock);
+ kernel_param_lock(mk->mod);
count = attribute->param->ops->get(buf, attribute->param);
- mutex_unlock(&param_lock);
+ kernel_param_unlock(mk->mod);
if (count > 0) {
strcat(buf, "\n");
++count;
@@ -580,7 +591,7 @@ static ssize_t param_attr_show(struct module_attribute *mattr,
/* sysfs always hands a nul-terminated string in buf. We rely on that. */
static ssize_t param_attr_store(struct module_attribute *mattr,
- struct module_kobject *km,
+ struct module_kobject *mk,
const char *buf, size_t len)
{
int err;
@@ -589,10 +600,10 @@ static ssize_t param_attr_store(struct module_attribute *mattr,
if (!attribute->param->ops->set)
return -EPERM;
- mutex_lock(&param_lock);
+ kernel_param_lock(mk->mod);
param_check_unsafe(attribute->param);
err = attribute->param->ops->set(buf, attribute->param);
- mutex_unlock(&param_lock);
+ kernel_param_unlock(mk->mod);
if (!err)
return len;
return err;
@@ -605,18 +616,19 @@ static ssize_t param_attr_store(struct module_attribute *mattr,
#define __modinit __init
#endif
-#ifdef CONFIG_SYSFS
-void __kernel_param_lock(void)
+void kernel_param_lock(struct module *mod)
{
- mutex_lock(&param_lock);
+ mutex_lock(KPARAM_MUTEX(mod));
}
-EXPORT_SYMBOL(__kernel_param_lock);
-void __kernel_param_unlock(void)
+void kernel_param_unlock(struct module *mod)
{
- mutex_unlock(&param_lock);
+ mutex_unlock(KPARAM_MUTEX(mod));
}
-EXPORT_SYMBOL(__kernel_param_unlock);
+
+#ifdef CONFIG_SYSFS
+EXPORT_SYMBOL(kernel_param_lock);
+EXPORT_SYMBOL(kernel_param_unlock);
/*
* add_sysfs_param - add a parameter to sysfs