ia64/xen-unstable

view xen/include/asm-ia64/linux-xen/asm/ptrace.h @ 10673:80e04aa530b8

[IA64] Fix LOAD_PHYSCAL macro

This fix is workaround. Now LOAD_PHYSCAL is used only
by MCA/INIT handler.

Signed-off-by: Akio Takebe <takebe_akio@jp.fujitsu.com>
author awilliam@xenbuild.aw
date Thu Jul 06 10:04:57 2006 -0600 (2006-07-06)
parents 65ce24c383d7
children 04e5e80be909
line source
1 #ifndef _ASM_IA64_PTRACE_H
2 #define _ASM_IA64_PTRACE_H
4 /*
5 * Copyright (C) 1998-2004 Hewlett-Packard Co
6 * David Mosberger-Tang <davidm@hpl.hp.com>
7 * Stephane Eranian <eranian@hpl.hp.com>
8 * Copyright (C) 2003 Intel Co
9 * Suresh Siddha <suresh.b.siddha@intel.com>
10 * Fenghua Yu <fenghua.yu@intel.com>
11 * Arun Sharma <arun.sharma@intel.com>
12 *
13 * 12/07/98 S. Eranian added pt_regs & switch_stack
14 * 12/21/98 D. Mosberger updated to match latest code
15 * 6/17/99 D. Mosberger added second unat member to "struct switch_stack"
16 *
17 */
18 /*
19 * When a user process is blocked, its state looks as follows:
20 *
21 * +----------------------+ ------- IA64_STK_OFFSET
22 * | | ^
23 * | struct pt_regs | |
24 * | | |
25 * +----------------------+ |
26 * | | |
27 * | memory stack | |
28 * | (growing downwards) | |
29 * //.....................// |
30 * |
31 * //.....................// |
32 * | | |
33 * +----------------------+ |
34 * | struct switch_stack | |
35 * | | |
36 * +----------------------+ |
37 * | | |
38 * //.....................// |
39 * |
40 * //.....................// |
41 * | | |
42 * | register stack | |
43 * | (growing upwards) | |
44 * | | |
45 * +----------------------+ | --- IA64_RBS_OFFSET
46 * | struct thread_info | | ^
47 * +----------------------+ | |
48 * | | | |
49 * | struct task_struct | | |
50 * current -> | | | |
51 * +----------------------+ -------
52 *
53 * Note that ar.ec is not saved explicitly in pt_reg or switch_stack.
54 * This is because ar.ec is saved as part of ar.pfs.
55 */
57 #include <linux/config.h>
59 #include <asm/fpu.h>
60 #include <asm/offsets.h>
62 /*
63 * Base-2 logarithm of number of pages to allocate per task structure
64 * (including register backing store and memory stack):
65 */
66 #if defined(CONFIG_IA64_PAGE_SIZE_4KB)
67 # define KERNEL_STACK_SIZE_ORDER 3
68 #elif defined(CONFIG_IA64_PAGE_SIZE_8KB)
69 # define KERNEL_STACK_SIZE_ORDER 2
70 #elif defined(CONFIG_IA64_PAGE_SIZE_16KB)
71 # define KERNEL_STACK_SIZE_ORDER 1
72 #else
73 # define KERNEL_STACK_SIZE_ORDER 0
74 #endif
76 #define IA64_RBS_OFFSET ((IA64_TASK_SIZE + IA64_THREAD_INFO_SIZE + 15) & ~15)
77 #define IA64_STK_OFFSET ((1 << KERNEL_STACK_SIZE_ORDER)*PAGE_SIZE)
79 #define KERNEL_STACK_SIZE IA64_STK_OFFSET
81 #ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
83 #include <asm/current.h>
84 #include <asm/page.h>
86 /*
87 * This struct defines the way the registers are saved on system
88 * calls.
89 *
90 * We don't save all floating point register because the kernel
91 * is compiled to use only a very small subset, so the other are
92 * untouched.
93 *
94 * THIS STRUCTURE MUST BE A MULTIPLE 16-BYTE IN SIZE
95 * (because the memory stack pointer MUST ALWAYS be aligned this way)
96 *
97 */
98 #ifdef XEN
99 #include <public/arch-ia64.h>
100 #define pt_regs cpu_user_regs
102 /* User regs at placed at the end of the vcpu area.
103 Convert a vcpu pointer to a regs pointer.
104 Note: this is the same as ia64_task_regs, but it uses a Xen-friendly name.
105 */
106 struct vcpu;
107 static inline struct cpu_user_regs *
108 vcpu_regs (struct vcpu *v)
109 {
110 return (struct cpu_user_regs *) ((unsigned long) v + IA64_STK_OFFSET) - 1;
111 }
113 struct pt_regs *guest_cpu_user_regs(void);
115 #else
116 struct pt_regs {
117 /* The following registers are saved by SAVE_MIN: */
118 unsigned long b6; /* scratch */
119 unsigned long b7; /* scratch */
121 unsigned long ar_csd; /* used by cmp8xchg16 (scratch) */
122 unsigned long ar_ssd; /* reserved for future use (scratch) */
124 unsigned long r8; /* scratch (return value register 0) */
125 unsigned long r9; /* scratch (return value register 1) */
126 unsigned long r10; /* scratch (return value register 2) */
127 unsigned long r11; /* scratch (return value register 3) */
129 unsigned long cr_ipsr; /* interrupted task's psr */
130 unsigned long cr_iip; /* interrupted task's instruction pointer */
131 /*
132 * interrupted task's function state; if bit 63 is cleared, it
133 * contains syscall's ar.pfs.pfm:
134 */
135 unsigned long cr_ifs;
137 unsigned long ar_unat; /* interrupted task's NaT register (preserved) */
138 unsigned long ar_pfs; /* prev function state */
139 unsigned long ar_rsc; /* RSE configuration */
140 /* The following two are valid only if cr_ipsr.cpl > 0: */
141 unsigned long ar_rnat; /* RSE NaT */
142 unsigned long ar_bspstore; /* RSE bspstore */
144 unsigned long pr; /* 64 predicate registers (1 bit each) */
145 unsigned long b0; /* return pointer (bp) */
146 unsigned long loadrs; /* size of dirty partition << 16 */
148 unsigned long r1; /* the gp pointer */
149 unsigned long r12; /* interrupted task's memory stack pointer */
150 unsigned long r13; /* thread pointer */
152 unsigned long ar_fpsr; /* floating point status (preserved) */
153 unsigned long r15; /* scratch */
155 /* The remaining registers are NOT saved for system calls. */
157 unsigned long r14; /* scratch */
158 unsigned long r2; /* scratch */
159 unsigned long r3; /* scratch */
161 /* The following registers are saved by SAVE_REST: */
162 unsigned long r16; /* scratch */
163 unsigned long r17; /* scratch */
164 unsigned long r18; /* scratch */
165 unsigned long r19; /* scratch */
166 unsigned long r20; /* scratch */
167 unsigned long r21; /* scratch */
168 unsigned long r22; /* scratch */
169 unsigned long r23; /* scratch */
170 unsigned long r24; /* scratch */
171 unsigned long r25; /* scratch */
172 unsigned long r26; /* scratch */
173 unsigned long r27; /* scratch */
174 unsigned long r28; /* scratch */
175 unsigned long r29; /* scratch */
176 unsigned long r30; /* scratch */
177 unsigned long r31; /* scratch */
179 unsigned long ar_ccv; /* compare/exchange value (scratch) */
181 /*
182 * Floating point registers that the kernel considers scratch:
183 */
184 struct ia64_fpreg f6; /* scratch */
185 struct ia64_fpreg f7; /* scratch */
186 struct ia64_fpreg f8; /* scratch */
187 struct ia64_fpreg f9; /* scratch */
188 struct ia64_fpreg f10; /* scratch */
189 struct ia64_fpreg f11; /* scratch */
190 };
191 #endif
193 /*
194 * This structure contains the addition registers that need to
195 * preserved across a context switch. This generally consists of
196 * "preserved" registers.
197 */
198 struct switch_stack {
199 unsigned long caller_unat; /* user NaT collection register (preserved) */
200 unsigned long ar_fpsr; /* floating-point status register */
202 struct ia64_fpreg f2; /* preserved */
203 struct ia64_fpreg f3; /* preserved */
204 struct ia64_fpreg f4; /* preserved */
205 struct ia64_fpreg f5; /* preserved */
207 struct ia64_fpreg f12; /* scratch, but untouched by kernel */
208 struct ia64_fpreg f13; /* scratch, but untouched by kernel */
209 struct ia64_fpreg f14; /* scratch, but untouched by kernel */
210 struct ia64_fpreg f15; /* scratch, but untouched by kernel */
211 struct ia64_fpreg f16; /* preserved */
212 struct ia64_fpreg f17; /* preserved */
213 struct ia64_fpreg f18; /* preserved */
214 struct ia64_fpreg f19; /* preserved */
215 struct ia64_fpreg f20; /* preserved */
216 struct ia64_fpreg f21; /* preserved */
217 struct ia64_fpreg f22; /* preserved */
218 struct ia64_fpreg f23; /* preserved */
219 struct ia64_fpreg f24; /* preserved */
220 struct ia64_fpreg f25; /* preserved */
221 struct ia64_fpreg f26; /* preserved */
222 struct ia64_fpreg f27; /* preserved */
223 struct ia64_fpreg f28; /* preserved */
224 struct ia64_fpreg f29; /* preserved */
225 struct ia64_fpreg f30; /* preserved */
226 struct ia64_fpreg f31; /* preserved */
228 unsigned long r4; /* preserved */
229 unsigned long r5; /* preserved */
230 unsigned long r6; /* preserved */
231 unsigned long r7; /* preserved */
233 unsigned long b0; /* so we can force a direct return in copy_thread */
234 unsigned long b1;
235 unsigned long b2;
236 unsigned long b3;
237 unsigned long b4;
238 unsigned long b5;
240 unsigned long ar_pfs; /* previous function state */
241 unsigned long ar_lc; /* loop counter (preserved) */
242 unsigned long ar_unat; /* NaT bits for r4-r7 */
243 unsigned long ar_rnat; /* RSE NaT collection register */
244 unsigned long ar_bspstore; /* RSE dirty base (preserved) */
245 unsigned long pr; /* 64 predicate registers (1 bit each) */
246 };
248 #ifdef __KERNEL__
249 /*
250 * We use the ia64_psr(regs)->ri to determine which of the three
251 * instructions in bundle (16 bytes) took the sample. Generate
252 * the canonical representation by adding to instruction pointer.
253 */
254 # define instruction_pointer(regs) ((regs)->cr_iip + ia64_psr(regs)->ri)
255 /* Conserve space in histogram by encoding slot bits in address
256 * bits 2 and 3 rather than bits 0 and 1.
257 */
258 #define profile_pc(regs) \
259 ({ \
260 unsigned long __ip = instruction_pointer(regs); \
261 (__ip & ~3UL) + ((__ip & 3UL) << 2); \
262 })
264 /* given a pointer to a task_struct, return the user's pt_regs */
265 # define ia64_task_regs(t) (((struct pt_regs *) ((char *) (t) + IA64_STK_OFFSET)) - 1)
266 # define ia64_psr(regs) ((struct ia64_psr *) &(regs)->cr_ipsr)
267 # define user_mode(regs) (((struct ia64_psr *) &(regs)->cr_ipsr)->cpl != 0)
268 # define user_stack(task,regs) ((long) regs - (long) task == IA64_STK_OFFSET - sizeof(*regs))
269 # define fsys_mode(task,regs) \
270 ({ \
271 struct task_struct *_task = (task); \
272 struct pt_regs *_regs = (regs); \
273 !user_mode(_regs) && user_stack(_task, _regs); \
274 })
276 /*
277 * System call handlers that, upon successful completion, need to return a negative value
278 * should call force_successful_syscall_return() right before returning. On architectures
279 * where the syscall convention provides for a separate error flag (e.g., alpha, ia64,
280 * ppc{,64}, sparc{,64}, possibly others), this macro can be used to ensure that the error
281 * flag will not get set. On architectures which do not support a separate error flag,
282 * the macro is a no-op and the spurious error condition needs to be filtered out by some
283 * other means (e.g., in user-level, by passing an extra argument to the syscall handler,
284 * or something along those lines).
285 *
286 * On ia64, we can clear the user's pt_regs->r8 to force a successful syscall.
287 */
288 # define force_successful_syscall_return() (ia64_task_regs(current)->r8 = 0)
290 struct task_struct; /* forward decl */
291 struct unw_frame_info; /* forward decl */
293 extern void show_regs (struct pt_regs *);
294 extern void ia64_do_show_stack (struct unw_frame_info *, void *);
295 extern unsigned long ia64_get_user_rbs_end (struct task_struct *, struct pt_regs *,
296 unsigned long *);
297 extern long ia64_peek (struct task_struct *, struct switch_stack *, unsigned long,
298 unsigned long, long *);
299 extern long ia64_poke (struct task_struct *, struct switch_stack *, unsigned long,
300 unsigned long, long);
301 extern void ia64_flush_fph (struct task_struct *);
302 extern void ia64_sync_fph (struct task_struct *);
303 extern long ia64_sync_user_rbs (struct task_struct *, struct switch_stack *,
304 unsigned long, unsigned long);
306 /* get nat bits for scratch registers such that bit N==1 iff scratch register rN is a NaT */
307 extern unsigned long ia64_get_scratch_nat_bits (struct pt_regs *pt, unsigned long scratch_unat);
308 /* put nat bits for scratch registers such that scratch register rN is a NaT iff bit N==1 */
309 extern unsigned long ia64_put_scratch_nat_bits (struct pt_regs *pt, unsigned long nat);
311 extern void ia64_increment_ip (struct pt_regs *pt);
312 extern void ia64_decrement_ip (struct pt_regs *pt);
314 #endif /* !__KERNEL__ */
316 /* pt_all_user_regs is used for PTRACE_GETREGS PTRACE_SETREGS */
317 struct pt_all_user_regs {
318 unsigned long nat;
319 unsigned long cr_iip;
320 unsigned long cfm;
321 unsigned long cr_ipsr;
322 unsigned long pr;
324 unsigned long gr[32];
325 unsigned long br[8];
326 unsigned long ar[128];
327 struct ia64_fpreg fr[128];
328 };
330 #endif /* !__ASSEMBLY__ */
332 /* indices to application-registers array in pt_all_user_regs */
333 #define PT_AUR_RSC 16
334 #define PT_AUR_BSP 17
335 #define PT_AUR_BSPSTORE 18
336 #define PT_AUR_RNAT 19
337 #define PT_AUR_CCV 32
338 #define PT_AUR_UNAT 36
339 #define PT_AUR_FPSR 40
340 #define PT_AUR_PFS 64
341 #define PT_AUR_LC 65
342 #define PT_AUR_EC 66
344 /*
345 * The numbers chosen here are somewhat arbitrary but absolutely MUST
346 * not overlap with any of the number assigned in <linux/ptrace.h>.
347 */
348 #define PTRACE_SINGLEBLOCK 12 /* resume execution until next branch */
349 #define PTRACE_OLD_GETSIGINFO 13 /* (replaced by PTRACE_GETSIGINFO in <linux/ptrace.h>) */
350 #define PTRACE_OLD_SETSIGINFO 14 /* (replaced by PTRACE_SETSIGINFO in <linux/ptrace.h>) */
351 #define PTRACE_GETREGS 18 /* get all registers (pt_all_user_regs) in one shot */
352 #define PTRACE_SETREGS 19 /* set all registers (pt_all_user_regs) in one shot */
354 #define PTRACE_OLDSETOPTIONS 21
356 #endif /* _ASM_IA64_PTRACE_H */