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Re: [RFA:] valgrind annotations for ggc-page.c, ggc-common.c


On Tue, 19 Nov 2002, Richard Henderson wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 18, 2002 at 10:14:20PM -0500, Hans-Peter Nilsson wrote:
> > 	* ggc-common.c (ggc_realloc) [ENABLE_VALGRIND_CHECKING]: Update
> > 	annotations.
> > 	* ggc-page.c (alloc_anon, free_page, ggc_alloc, poison_pages)
> > 	[ENABLE_VALGRIND_CHECKING]: Add machinery to annotate memory.
>
> Ok.

Thanks for the review.

Likewise as for cppfiles.c, I committed this instead, as an
obvious change.  Tested together with the cppfiles.c change.

	* ggc-common.c [!ENABLE_VALGRIND_CHECKING] (VALGRIND_DISCARD):
	Define as empty.
	(ggc_realloc): Update valgrind annotations.
	* ggc-page.c [!ENABLE_VALGRIND_CHECKING] (VALGRIND_DISCARD):
	Define as empty.
 	(alloc_anon, free_page, ggc_alloc, poison_pages): Add machinery to
	valgrind-annotate memory.

Index: ggc-page.c
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/gcc/gcc/gcc/ggc-page.c,v
retrieving revision 1.56
diff -p -c -r1.56 ggc-page.c
*** ggc-page.c	12 Nov 2002 00:27:31 -0000	1.56
--- ggc-page.c	20 Nov 2002 00:02:38 -0000
*************** Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - S
*** 29,34 ****
--- 29,40 ----
  #include "ggc.h"
  #include "timevar.h"
  #include "params.h"
+ #ifdef ENABLE_VALGRIND_CHECKING
+ #include <valgrind.h>
+ #else
+ /* Avoid #ifdef:s when we can help it.  */
+ #define VALGRIND_DISCARD(x)
+ #endif

  /* Prefer MAP_ANON(YMOUS) to /dev/zero, since we don't need to keep a
     file open.  Prefer either to valloc.  */
*************** alloc_anon (pref, size)
*** 524,529 ****
--- 530,540 ----
    /* Remember that we allocated this memory.  */
    G.bytes_mapped += size;

+   /* Pretend we don't have access to the allocated pages.  We'll enable
+      access to smaller pieces of the area in ggc_alloc.  Discard the
+      handle to avoid handle leak.  */
+   VALGRIND_DISCARD (VALGRIND_MAKE_NOACCESS (page, size));
+
    return page;
  }
  #endif
*************** free_page (entry)
*** 750,755 ****
--- 761,770 ----
  	     "Deallocating page at %p, data %p-%p\n", (PTR) entry,
  	     entry->page, entry->page + entry->bytes - 1);

+   /* Mark the page as inaccessible.  Discard the handle to avoid handle
+      leak.  */
+   VALGRIND_DISCARD (VALGRIND_MAKE_NOACCESS (entry->page, entry->bytes));
+
    set_page_table_entry (entry->page, NULL);

  #ifdef USING_MALLOC_PAGE_GROUPS
*************** ggc_alloc (size)
*** 943,953 ****
--- 958,984 ----
    result = entry->page + object_offset;

  #ifdef ENABLE_GC_CHECKING
+   /* Keep poisoning-by-writing-0xaf the object, in an attempt to keep the
+      exact same semantics in presence of memory bugs, regardless of
+      ENABLE_VALGRIND_CHECKING.  We override this request below.  Drop the
+      handle to avoid handle leak.  */
+   VALGRIND_DISCARD (VALGRIND_MAKE_WRITABLE (result, OBJECT_SIZE (order)));
+
    /* `Poison' the entire allocated object, including any padding at
       the end.  */
    memset (result, 0xaf, OBJECT_SIZE (order));
+
+   /* Make the bytes after the end of the object unaccessible.  Discard the
+      handle to avoid handle leak.  */
+   VALGRIND_DISCARD (VALGRIND_MAKE_NOACCESS ((char *) result + size,
+ 					    OBJECT_SIZE (order) - size));
  #endif

+   /* Tell Valgrind that the memory is there, but its content isn't
+      defined.  The bytes at the end of the object are still marked
+      unaccessible.  */
+   VALGRIND_DISCARD (VALGRIND_MAKE_WRITABLE (result, size));
+
    /* Keep track of how many bytes are being allocated.  This
       information is used in deciding when to collect.  */
    G.allocated += OBJECT_SIZE (order);
*************** poison_pages ()
*** 1433,1439 ****
  	      word = i / HOST_BITS_PER_LONG;
  	      bit = i % HOST_BITS_PER_LONG;
  	      if (((p->in_use_p[word] >> bit) & 1) == 0)
! 		memset (p->page + i * size, 0xa5, size);
  	    }
  	}
      }
--- 1464,1482 ----
  	      word = i / HOST_BITS_PER_LONG;
  	      bit = i % HOST_BITS_PER_LONG;
  	      if (((p->in_use_p[word] >> bit) & 1) == 0)
! 		{
! 		  char *object = p->page + i * size;
!
! 		  /* Keep poison-by-write when we expect to use Valgrind,
! 		     so the exact same memory semantics is kept, in case
! 		     there are memory errors.  We override this request
! 		     below.  */
! 		  VALGRIND_DISCARD (VALGRIND_MAKE_WRITABLE (object, size));
! 		  memset (object, 0xa5, size);
!
! 		  /* Drop the handle to avoid handle leak.  */
! 		  VALGRIND_DISCARD (VALGRIND_MAKE_NOACCESS (object, size));
! 		}
  	    }
  	}
      }
Index: ggc-common.c
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/gcc/gcc/gcc/ggc-common.c,v
retrieving revision 1.56
diff -p -c -r1.56 ggc-common.c
*** ggc-common.c	16 Sep 2002 18:33:18 -0000	1.56
--- ggc-common.c	20 Nov 2002 00:02:38 -0000
*************** Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - S
*** 30,35 ****
--- 30,41 ----
  #include "varray.h"
  #include "ggc.h"
  #include "langhooks.h"
+ #ifdef ENABLE_VALGRIND_CHECKING
+ #include <valgrind.h>
+ #else
+ /* Avoid #ifdef:s when we can help it.  */
+ #define VALGRIND_DISCARD(x)
+ #endif

  /* Statistics about the allocation.  */
  static ggc_statistics *ggc_stats;
*************** ggc_realloc (x, size)
*** 155,164 ****

    old_size = ggc_get_size (x);
    if (size <= old_size)
!     return x;

    r = ggc_alloc (size);
    memcpy (r, x, old_size);
    return r;
  }

--- 161,196 ----

    old_size = ggc_get_size (x);
    if (size <= old_size)
!     {
!       /* Mark the unwanted memory as unaccessible.  We also need to make
! 	 the "new" size accessible, since ggc_get_size returns the size of
! 	 the pool, not the size of the individually allocated object, the
! 	 size which was previously made accessible.  Unfortunately, we
! 	 don't know that previously allocated size.  Without that
! 	 knowledge we have to lose some initialization-tracking for the
! 	 old parts of the object.  An alternative is to mark the whole
! 	 old_size as reachable, but that would lose tracking of writes
! 	 after the end of the object (by small offsets).  Discard the
! 	 handle to avoid handle leak.  */
!       VALGRIND_DISCARD (VALGRIND_MAKE_NOACCESS ((char *) x + size,
! 						old_size - size));
!       VALGRIND_DISCARD (VALGRIND_MAKE_READABLE (x, size));
!       return x;
!     }

    r = ggc_alloc (size);
+
+   /* Since ggc_get_size returns the size of the pool, not the size of the
+      individually allocated object, we'd access parts of the old object
+      that were marked invalid with the memcpy below.  We lose a bit of the
+      initialization-tracking since some of it may be uninitialized.  */
+   VALGRIND_DISCARD (VALGRIND_MAKE_READABLE (x, old_size));
+
    memcpy (r, x, old_size);
+
+   /* The old object is not supposed to be used anymore.  */
+   VALGRIND_DISCARD (VALGRIND_MAKE_NOACCESS (x, old_size));
+
    return r;
  }

brgds, H-P


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