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these additions were made by scanning git log since the last major
update in commit 1366b3c5e6d89d5ba90dd41fe5bf0246c5299b84.
as before my aim was adding everyone with either substantial code
contributions or a pattern of ongoing simple patch submission; any
omissions are unintentional.
a fully thumb1 build is not supported because some asm files are
incompatible with thumb1, but apparently it works to compile the C
code as thumb1
commit 06fbefd10046a0fae7e588b7c6d25fb51811b931 caused this regression
but introducing use of the clz instruction, which is not supported in
arm mode prior to v5, and not supported in thumb prior to thumb2
(v6t2). commit 1b9406b03c0a94ebe2076a8fc1746a8c45e78a83 fixed the
issue only for arm mode pre-v5 but left thumb1 broken.
In the public header, __errno_location is declared with the "const"
attribute, conditional on __GNUC__. Ensure that its internal alias has
the same attributes.
Maintainer's note: This change also fixes a regression in quality of
code generation -- multiple references to errno in a single function
started generating multiple calls again -- introduced by commit
Commit 3517d74a5e04a377192d1f4882ad6c8dc22ce69a changed the token in
sys/ioctl.h from 0x01 to 1, so bits/termios.h no longer matches. Revert
the bits/termios.h change to keep the headers in sync.
This reverts commit 9eda4dc69c33852c97c6f69176bf45ffc80b522f.
The old/new parameters to pthread_sigmask, sigprocmask, and setitimer
are marked restrict, so passing the same address to both is
prohibited. Modify callers of these functions to use a separate object
for each argument.
as reported by Tavian Barnes, a dup2 file action for the internal pipe
fd used by posix_spawn could cause it to remain open after execve and
allow the child to write an artificial error into it, confusing the
parent. POSIX allows internal use of file descriptors by the
implementation, with undefined behavior for poking at them, so this is
not a conformance problem, but it seems preferable to diagnose and
prevent the error when we can do so easily.
catch attempts to apply a dup2 action to the internal pipe fd and
emulate EBADF for it instead.
commit c8b49b2fbc7faa8bf065220f11963d76c8a2eb93 introduced code that
checked bestsym to determine whether a matching symbol was found, but
bestsym is uninitialized if not. instead use best, consistent with use
in the rest of the function.
simplified from bug report and patch by Cheng Liu.
this was apparently copied from x86_64; it's not part of the kernel
API for riscv64. this change eliminates the need for a
riscv64-specific bits header and lets it use the generic one.
maintainer's note: these are not meaningful/correct/needed and the
clang integrated assembler errors out upon seeing them.
syscall numbers are now synced up across targets (starting from 403 the
numbers are the same on all targets other than an arch specific offset)
IPC syscalls sem*, shm*, msg* got added where they were missing (except
for semop: only semtimedop got added), the new semctl, shmctl, msgctl
imply IPC_64, see
linux commit 0d6040d4681735dfc47565de288525de405a5c99
arch: add split IPC system calls where needed
new 64bit time_t syscall variants got added on 32bit targets, see
linux commit 48166e6ea47d23984f0b481ca199250e1ce0730a
y2038: add 64-bit time_t syscalls to all 32-bit architectures
new async io syscalls got added, see
linux commit 2b188cc1bb857a9d4701ae59aa7768b5124e262e
Add io_uring IO interface
linux commit edafccee56ff31678a091ddb7219aba9b28bc3cb
io_uring: add support for pre-mapped user IO buffers
a new syscall got added that uses the fd of /proc/<pid> as a stable
handle for processes: allows sending signals without pid reuse issues,
intended to eventually replace rt_sigqueueinfo, kill, tgkill and
linux commit 3eb39f47934f9d5a3027fe00d906a45fe3a15fad
signal: add pidfd_send_signal() syscall
on some targets (arm, m68k, s390x, sh) some previously missing syscall
numbers got added as well.
Linux v5.1 introduced ipc syscalls on targets where previously only
SYS_ipc was available, change the logic such that the ipc code keeps
using SYS_ipc which works backward compatibly on older kernels.
This changes behaviour on microblaze which had both mechanisms, now
SYS_ipc will be used instead of separate syscalls.
the numbers added in
add io_pgetevents and rseq syscall numbers from linux v4.18
to request or change pointer auth keys for criu via ptrace, new in
linux commit d0a060be573bfbf8753a15dca35497db5e968bb0
arm64: add ptrace regsets for ptrauth key management
RFC 4286: "The IPv4 multicast address for All-Snoopers is 188.8.131.52."
linux commit 4effd28c1245303dce7fd290c501ac2c11052114
bridge: join all-snoopers multicast address
SO_BINDTOIFINDEX behaves similar to SO_BINDTODEVICE, but takes a
network interface index as argument, rather than the network
interface name. see
linux commit f5dd3d0c9638a9d9a02b5964c4ad636f06cf7e2c
net: introduce SO_BINDTOIFINDEX sockopt
the s390x definitions matched the generic ones in sys/socket.h.
restricts router alert packets received by the socket to the
socket's namespace only. see
linux commit 9036b2fe092a107856edd1a3bad48b83f2b45000
net: ipv6: add socket option IPV6_ROUTER_ALERT_ISOLATE
allows specifying that the speculative store bypass disable bit should
be cleared on exec. see
linux commit 71368af9027f18fe5d1c6f372cfdff7e4bde8b48
x86/speculation: Add PR_SPEC_DISABLE_NOEXEC
needed for android so it can migrate from its ashmem to memfd.
allows making the memfd readonly for future users while keeping
a writable mmap of it. see
linux commit ab3948f58ff841e51feb845720624665ef5b7ef3
mm/memfd: add an F_SEAL_FUTURE_WRITE seal to memfd
includes changes from linux v5.1
linux commit 235328d1fa4251c6dcb32351219bb553a58838d2
fanotify: add support for create/attrib/move/delete events
linux commit 5e469c830fdb5a1ebaa69b375b87f583326fd296
fanotify: copy event fid info to user
linux commit e9e0c8903009477b630e37a8b6364b26a00720da
fanotify: encode file identifier for FAN_REPORT_FID
as well as earlier changes that were missed.
sys/statfs.h is included for fsid_t.
synccall may be called by AS-safe functions such as setuid/setgid after
fork. although fork() resets libc.threads_minus_one, causing synccall to
take the single-threaded path, synccall still takes the thread list
lock. This lock may be held by another thread if for example fork()
races with pthread_create(). After fork(), the value of the lock is
meaningless, so clear it.
maintainer's note: commit 8f11e6127fe93093f81a52b15bb1537edc3fc8af and
e4235d70672d9751d7718ddc2b52d0b426430768 introduced this regression.
the state protected by this lock is the linked list, which is entirely
replaced in the child path of fork (next=prev=self), so resetting it
is semantically sound.
the linux syscall treats this argument as having type int, so passing
extremely long buffer sizes would be misinterpreted by the kernel.
since "short reads" are always acceptable, just cap it down.
patch based on report and suggested change by Florian Weimer.
after commit a48ccc159a5fa061a18419296100ee48a1cd6cc9 removed the use
of _Noreturn on the stage3_func type (which only worked due to it
being defined to the "GNU C" attribute in C99 mode), GCC could no
longer assume that the ends of __dls2 and __dls2b are unreachable, and
produced a warning that a function marked _Noreturn returns.
also, since commit 4390383b32250a941ec616e8bff6f568a801b1c0, the
_Noreturn declaration for __libc_start_main in crt1/rcrt1 has been not
only inconsistent with the definition, but wrong. formally,
__libc_start_main does return, via a (hopefully) tail call to a helper
function after the barrier. incorrect usage of _Noreturn in the
declaration was probably formal UB.
the _Noreturn specifiers were not useful in any of these places, so
remove them all. now, the only remaining usage of _Noreturn is in
public interfaces where _Noreturn is part of their contract.
previously, POSIX erroneously required this to fail with EINVAL
despite the traditional glibc implementation, on which the POSIX
interface was based, allowing it. the resolution of Austin Group issue
818 removes the requirement to fail.
_Noreturn is a C11 construct, and may only be used at the site of a
this reverts commit f552c792c7ce5a560f214e1104d93ee5b0833967, which
exposed the sysmacros.h macros (device major/minor calculations) for
BSD and GNU profiles to mimic an unintentional glibc behavior some
code depended on. glibc has deprecated and since removed them as the
resolution to bug #19239, so it makes no sense for us to keep this
behavior. affected code should all have been fixed by now, and if it's
not yet fixed it needs to be for use with modern glibc anyway.
Author: Alex Suykov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Author: Aric Belsito <email@example.com>
Author: Drew DeVault <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Author: Michael Clark <email@example.com>
Author: Michael Forney <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Author: Stefan O'Rear <email@example.com>
This port has involved the work of many people over several years. I
have tried to ensure that everyone with substantial contributions has
been credited above; if any omissions are found they will be noted
later in an update to the authors/contributors list in the COPYRIGHT
The version committed here comes from the riscv/riscv-musl repo's
commit 3fe7e2c75df78eef42dcdc352a55757729f451e2, with minor changes by
me for issues found during final review:
- a_ll/a_sc atomics are removed (according to the ISA spec, lr/sc
are not safe to use in separate inline asm fragments)
- a_cas[_p] is fixed to be a memory barrier
- the call from the _start assembly into the C part of crt1/ldso is
changed to allow for the possibility that the linker does not place
them nearby each other.
- DTP_OFFSET is defined correctly so that local-dynamic TLS works
- reloc.h LDSO_ARCH logic is simplified and made explicit.
- unused, non-functional crti/n asm files are removed.
- an empty .sdata section is added to crt1 so that the
__global_pointer reference is resolvable.
- indentation style errors in some asm files are fixed.
with the glibc generation counter model for reusing dynamic tls slots
after dlclose, it's really not possible to get away with fewer than 4
working registers. for us however it's always been possible, but
tricky, and only became apparent after the switch to installing new
dynamic tls at dlopen time. by merging the negated thread pointer into
the addend early, the register holding the thread pointer can
immediately be reused, bringing the working register count down to
three. this allows saving/restoring via a single stp/ldp pair, since
the return register x0 does not need to be saved.
net reduction of 3 instructions, 2 of which were push/pop.
between v2 and v3 of the powerpc64 port patch, the change was made
from a 32x4 array of 32-bit unsigned ints for vrregs to a 32-element
array of __int128. this mismatches the API applications working with
mcontext_t expect from glibc, and seems to have been motivated by a
misinterpretation of a comment on how aarch64 did things as a
suggestion to do the same on powerpc64.
the mistaken layout seems to have been adapted from 32-bit powerpc,
where vscr and vrsave are packed into the same 128-bit slot in a way
that looks like it relies on non-overlapping-ness of the value bits in
the powerpc64 port accounted for the fact that the 64-bit ABI puts
each in its own 128-bit slot, but ordered them incorrectly (matching
the bit order used on the 32-bit ABI), and failed to account for vscr
being padded according to endianness so that it can be accessed via
in addition to ABI layout, our definition used different logical
member layout/naming from glibc, where vscr is a structure to
facilitate access as a 32-bit word or a 128-bit vector. the
inconsistency here was unintentional, so fix it.
currently the bfd linker does not seem to create tls segments where
p_vaddr%p_align != 0, but this is valid in ELF and then the runtime
computed tls offset must satisfy
offset%p_align == (base+p_vaddr)%p_align
and in case of local exec tls (main executable) the smallest such
offset must be used (otherwise it is incompatible with the offset
computed by the static linker). the !TLS_ABOVE_TP case is handled
correctly (the offset is negative then in the formula).
the ldso code for TLS_ABOVE_TP is changed so the static tls offset
of each module satisfies the formula.
tls_offset should always point to the end of the allocated static tls
area, but this was not handled correctly on "tls variant 1" targets
in the dynamic linker:
after application tls was allocated, tls_offset was aligned up,
potentially wasting tls space. (alignment may be needed at the
begining of the tls area, not at the end, but that will be fixed
separately as it is unlikely to affect real binaries.)
when static tls was allocated for a shared library, tls_offset was
only updated with the size of the tls segment which does not include
alignment gaps, which can easily happen if the tls size update for
one library leaves tls_offset misaligned for the next one. this can
cause oob access in __copy_tls or arbitrary breakage at tls access.
(the issue was observed on aarch64 with rust binaries)
commit 648c3b4e18b2ce2b6af7d44783e42ca267ea49f5 omitted this change,
which is needed to be able to use uid/gid values greater than INT_MAX
with these interfaces. it fixes alpine linux bug #10460.
maintainer's note: commit 9d44b6460ab603487dab4d916342d9ba4467e6b9
removed their use.
we have to avoid using ebx unconditionally in asm constraints for
i386, because gcc 3 and 4 and possibly other simplistic compilers
(pcc?) implement PIC via making ebx a fixed-use register, and disallow
its use for anything else. rather than hard-coding knowledge of which
compilers work (at least gcc 5+ and clang), perform a configure test;
this should give us the good codegen on any new compilers we don't yet
swapping ebx and edx is kept for 1- and 2-arg syscalls because it
avoids having any spills/stack-frame at all in small functions. for
6-arg, if ebx is directly usable, the complex shuffling introduced in
commit c8798ef974d21c338a7d8d874a402978ffc6168e can be avoided, and
ebp can be loaded the same way ebx is in 5-arg syscalls for compilers
that don't support direct use of ebx.
commit 22e5bbd0deadcbd767864bd714e890b70e1fe1df inlined the i386
syscall mechanism, but wrongly assumed memory operands to the 5- and
6-argument syscall asm would be esp-based. however, nothing in the
constraints prevented them from being ebx- or ebp-based, and in those
cases, ebx and ebp could be clobbered before use of the memory operand
was complete. in the 6-argument case, this prevented restoration of
the original register values before the end of the asm block, breaking
the asm contract since ebx and ebp are not marked as clobbered. (they
can't be, because lots of compilers don't accept these registers in
constraints or clobbers if PIC or frame pointer is enabled).
doing this right is complicated by the fact that, after a single push,
no operands which might be memory operands are usable. if they are
esp-based, the value of esp has changed, rendering them invalid.
introduce some new dances to load the registers. for the 5-arg case,
push the operand that may be a memory operand first, and after that,
it doesn't matter if the operand is invalid, since we'll just use the
newly pushed value. for the 6-arg case, we need to put both operands
in memory to begin with, like the old non-inline code prior to commit
22e5bbd0deadcbd767864bd714e890b70e1fe1df accepted, so that there's
only one potentially memory-based operand to the asm. this can then be
saved with a single push, and after that the values can be read off
into the registers they're needed in.
there's some size overhead, but still a lot less execution overhead
than the old out-of-line code. doing it better depends on a modern
compiler that lets you use ebx and ebp in asm constraints without
restriction. the failure modes on compilers where this doesn't work
are inconsistent and dangerous (on at least some gcc versions 4.x and
earlier, wrong codegen!), so this is a delicate matter. it can be
addressed later if needed.
this is a requirement in POSIX that's omitted, and seemed potentially
non-conforming, in the C standard. as such it was omitted here.
however, as part of Austin Group issue #1170, the discrepancy was
raised with WG14 and determined to be unintended; future versions of
the C standard will require the error indicator to be set, as POSIX
commit 788d5e24ca19c6291cebd8d1ad5b5ed6abf42665 exposed the breakage
at build time by removing support for 7-argument syscalls; however,
the external __syscall function provided for mips before did not pass
a 7th argument from the stack, so the behavior was just silently
commit 788d5e24ca19c6291cebd8d1ad5b5ed6abf42665 noted that we could
add this if needed, and in fact it is needed, but not for one of the
archs documented as having a 7th syscall arg register. rather, it's
needed for mips (o32), where all but the first 4 arguments are passed
on the stack, and the stack can accommodate a 7th.
commit 1bcdaeee6e659f1d856717c9aa562a068f2f3bd4 introduced the
this has been wrong since the beginning of the microblaze port: the
syscall ABI for microblaze does not align 64-bit arguments on even
register boundaries. commit 788d5e24ca19c6291cebd8d1ad5b5ed6abf42665
exposed the problem by introducing references to a nonexistent
__syscall7. the ABI is not documented well anywhere, but I was able to
confirm against both strace source and glibc source that microblaze is
not using the alignment.
per the syscall(2) man page, posix_fadvise, ftruncate, pread, pwrite,
readahead, sync_file_range, and truncate were all affected and either
did not work at all, or only worked by chance, e.g. when the affected
argument slots were all zero.
analogous to commit efda534b212f713fe2b92a62b06e45f656b763ce for
powerpc. commit 587f5a53bc3a68d80b239ba515d583df690a96df moved the
definition of SO_PEERSEC to bits/socket.h for archs where the SO_*
commit b50d315fd23f0fbc4c11e2583801dd123d933745 introduced
fp_force_eval implemented by default with a dead store to a volatile
variable. unfortunately introduces warnings with -Wunused-variable and
breaks the ability to use -Werror with the default warning options set
by configure when warnings are enabled.
we could just call fp_barrier instead, but that results in a spurious
load after the store due to volatile semantics.
the fix committed here avoids the load. it will still produce warnings
without -Wno-unused-but-set-variable, but that's part of our default
warning profile, and there are already other locations in the source
where an unused variable warning will occur without it.
The underflow exception is signaled if the result is in the subnormal
range even if the result is exact.
code size change: +3421 bytes.
benchmark on x86_64 before, after, speedup:
pow rthruput: 102.96 ns/call 33.38 ns/call 3.08x
pow latency: 144.37 ns/call 54.75 ns/call 2.64x
pow rthruput: 98.91 ns/call 32.79 ns/call 3.02x
pow latency: 138.74 ns/call 53.78 ns/call 2.58x