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#ifndef __ASM_X86_64_ELF_H #define __ASM_X86_64_ELF_H /* * ELF register definitions.. */ #include <asm/ptrace.h> #include <asm/user.h> #include <asm/processor.h> /* x86-64 relocation types */ #define R_X86_64_NONE 0 /* No reloc */ #define R_X86_64_64 1 /* Direct 64 bit */ #define R_X86_64_PC32 2 /* PC relative 32 bit signed */ #define R_X86_64_GOT32 3 /* 32 bit GOT entry */ #define R_X86_64_PLT32 4 /* 32 bit PLT address */ #define R_X86_64_COPY 5 /* Copy symbol at runtime */ #define R_X86_64_GLOB_DAT 6 /* Create GOT entry */ #define R_X86_64_JUMP_SLOT 7 /* Create PLT entry */ #define R_X86_64_RELATIVE 8 /* Adjust by program base */ #define R_X86_64_GOTPCREL 9 /* 32 bit signed pc relative offset to GOT */ #define R_X86_64_32 10 /* Direct 32 bit zero extended */ #define R_X86_64_32S 11 /* Direct 32 bit sign extended */ #define R_X86_64_16 12 /* Direct 16 bit zero extended */ #define R_X86_64_PC16 13 /* 16 bit sign extended pc relative */ #define R_X86_64_8 14 /* Direct 8 bit sign extended */ #define R_X86_64_PC8 15 /* 8 bit sign extended pc relative */ #define R_X86_64_NUM 16 typedef unsigned long elf_greg_t; #define ELF_NGREG (sizeof (struct user_regs_struct) / sizeof(elf_greg_t)) typedef elf_greg_t elf_gregset_t[ELF_NGREG]; typedef struct user_i387_struct elf_fpregset_t; /* * This is used to ensure we don't load something for the wrong architecture. */ #define elf_check_arch(x) \ ((x)->e_machine == EM_X86_64) /* * These are used to set parameters in the core dumps. */ #define ELF_CLASS ELFCLASS64 #define ELF_DATA ELFDATA2LSB #define ELF_ARCH EM_X86_64 /* SVR4/i386 ABI (pages 3-31, 3-32) says that when the program starts %edx contains a pointer to a function which might be registered using `atexit'. This provides a mean for the dynamic linker to call DT_FINI functions for shared libraries that have been loaded before the code runs. A value of 0 tells we have no such handler. We might as well make sure everything else is cleared too (except for %esp), just to make things more deterministic. */ #define ELF_PLAT_INIT(_r, load_addr) do { \ struct task_struct *cur = current; \ (_r)->rbx = 0; (_r)->rcx = 0; (_r)->rdx = 0; \ (_r)->rsi = 0; (_r)->rdi = 0; (_r)->rbp = 0; \ (_r)->rax = 0; \ (_r)->r8 = 0; \ (_r)->r9 = 0; \ (_r)->r10 = 0; \ (_r)->r11 = 0; \ (_r)->r12 = 0; \ (_r)->r13 = 0; \ (_r)->r14 = 0; \ (_r)->r15 = 0; \ cur->thread.fs = 0; cur->thread.gs = 0; \ cur->thread.fsindex = 0; cur->thread.gsindex = 0; \ cur->thread.ds = 0; cur->thread.es = 0; \ clear_thread_flag(TIF_IA32); \ } while (0) #define USE_ELF_CORE_DUMP #define ELF_EXEC_PAGESIZE 4096 /* This is the location that an ET_DYN program is loaded if exec'ed. Typical use of this is to invoke "./ld.so someprog" to test out a new version of the loader. We need to make sure that it is out of the way of the program that it will "exec", and that there is sufficient room for the brk. */ #define ELF_ET_DYN_BASE (2 * TASK_SIZE / 3) /* regs is struct pt_regs, pr_reg is elf_gregset_t (which is now struct_user_regs, they are different). Assumes current is the process getting dumped. */ #define ELF_CORE_COPY_REGS(pr_reg, regs) do { \ unsigned v; \ (pr_reg)[0] = (regs)->r15; \ (pr_reg)[1] = (regs)->r14; \ (pr_reg)[2] = (regs)->r13; \ (pr_reg)[3] = (regs)->r12; \ (pr_reg)[4] = (regs)->rbp; \ (pr_reg)[5] = (regs)->rbx; \ (pr_reg)[6] = (regs)->r11; \ (pr_reg)[7] = (regs)->r10; \ (pr_reg)[8] = (regs)->r9; \ (pr_reg)[9] = (regs)->r8; \ (pr_reg)[10] = (regs)->rax; \ (pr_reg)[11] = (regs)->rcx; \ (pr_reg)[12] = (regs)->rdx; \ (pr_reg)[13] = (regs)->rsi; \ (pr_reg)[14] = (regs)->rdi; \ (pr_reg)[15] = (regs)->orig_rax; \ (pr_reg)[16] = (regs)->rip; \ (pr_reg)[17] = (regs)->cs; \ (pr_reg)[18] = (regs)->eflags; \ (pr_reg)[19] = (regs)->rsp; \ (pr_reg)[20] = (regs)->ss; \ (pr_reg)[21] = current->thread.fs; \ (pr_reg)[22] = current->thread.gs; \ asm("movl %%ds,%0" : "=r" (v)); (pr_reg)[23] = v; \ asm("movl %%es,%0" : "=r" (v)); (pr_reg)[24] = v; \ asm("movl %%fs,%0" : "=r" (v)); (pr_reg)[25] = v; \ asm("movl %%gs,%0" : "=r" (v)); (pr_reg)[26] = v; \ } while(0); /* This yields a mask that user programs can use to figure out what instruction set this CPU supports. This could be done in user space, but it's not easy, and we've already done it here. */ #define ELF_HWCAP (boot_cpu_data.x86_capability[0]) /* This yields a string that ld.so will use to load implementation specific libraries for optimization. This is more specific in intent than poking at uname or /proc/cpuinfo. For the moment, we have only optimizations for the Intel generations, but that could change... */ /* I'm not sure if we can use '-' here */ #define ELF_PLATFORM ("x86_64") #ifdef __KERNEL__ extern void set_personality_64bit(void); #define SET_PERSONALITY(ex, ibcs2) set_personality_64bit() /* * An executable for which elf_read_implies_exec() returns TRUE will * have the READ_IMPLIES_EXEC personality flag set automatically. */ #define elf_read_implies_exec(ex, executable_stack) (executable_stack != EXSTACK_DISABLE_X) struct task_struct; extern int dump_task_regs (struct task_struct *, elf_gregset_t *); extern int dump_task_fpu (struct task_struct *, elf_fpregset_t *); #define ELF_CORE_COPY_TASK_REGS(tsk, elf_regs) dump_task_regs(tsk, elf_regs) #define ELF_CORE_COPY_FPREGS(tsk, elf_fpregs) dump_task_fpu(tsk, elf_fpregs) #endif #endif