i386fbsd-nat.c   [plain text]

/* Native-dependent code for FreeBSD/i386.

   Copyright 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

   This file is part of GDB.

   This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
   it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
   the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
   (at your option) any later version.

   This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
   GNU General Public License for more details.

   You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
   along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
   Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
   Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.  */

#include "defs.h"
#include "inferior.h"
#include "regcache.h"
#include "target.h"

#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/ptrace.h>
#include <sys/sysctl.h>

#include "fbsd-nat.h"
#include "i386-tdep.h"
#include "i386bsd-nat.h"

/* Resume execution of the inferior process.  If STEP is nonzero,
   single-step it.  If SIGNAL is nonzero, give it that signal.  */

static void
i386fbsd_resume (ptid_t ptid, int step, enum target_signal signal)
  pid_t pid = ptid_get_pid (ptid);
  int request = PT_STEP;

  if (pid == -1)
    /* Resume all threads.  This only gets used in the non-threaded
       case, where "resume all threads" and "resume inferior_ptid" are
       the same.  */
    pid = ptid_get_pid (inferior_ptid);

  if (!step)
      ULONGEST eflags;

      /* Workaround for a bug in FreeBSD.  Make sure that the trace
 	 flag is off when doing a continue.  There is a code path
 	 through the kernel which leaves the flag set when it should
 	 have been cleared.  If a process has a signal pending (such
 	 as SIGALRM) and we do a PT_STEP, the process never really has
 	 a chance to run because the kernel needs to notify the
 	 debugger that a signal is being sent.  Therefore, the process
 	 never goes through the kernel's trap() function which would
 	 normally clear it.  */

      regcache_cooked_read_unsigned (current_regcache, I386_EFLAGS_REGNUM,
      if (eflags & 0x0100)
	regcache_cooked_write_unsigned (current_regcache, I386_EFLAGS_REGNUM,
					eflags & ~0x0100);

      request = PT_CONTINUE;

  /* An addres of (caddr_t) 1 tells ptrace to continue from where it
     was.  (If GDB wanted it to start some other way, we have already
     written a new PC value to the child.)  */
  if (ptrace (request, pid, (caddr_t) 1,
	      target_signal_to_host (signal)) == -1)
    perror_with_name (("ptrace"));

/* Support for debugging kernel virtual memory images.  */

#include <sys/types.h>
#include <machine/pcb.h>

#include "bsd-kvm.h"

static int
i386fbsd_supply_pcb (struct regcache *regcache, struct pcb *pcb)
  /* The following is true for FreeBSD 4.7:

     The pcb contains %eip, %ebx, %esp, %ebp, %esi, %edi and %gs.
     This accounts for all callee-saved registers specified by the
     psABI and then some.  Here %esp contains the stack pointer at the
     point just after the call to cpu_switch().  From this information
     we reconstruct the register state as it would look when we just
     returned from cpu_switch().  */

  /* The stack pointer shouldn't be zero.  */
  if (pcb->pcb_esp == 0)
    return 0;

  pcb->pcb_esp += 4;
  regcache_raw_supply (regcache, I386_EDI_REGNUM, &pcb->pcb_edi);
  regcache_raw_supply (regcache, I386_ESI_REGNUM, &pcb->pcb_esi);
  regcache_raw_supply (regcache, I386_EBP_REGNUM, &pcb->pcb_ebp);
  regcache_raw_supply (regcache, I386_ESP_REGNUM, &pcb->pcb_esp);
  regcache_raw_supply (regcache, I386_EBX_REGNUM, &pcb->pcb_ebx);
  regcache_raw_supply (regcache, I386_EIP_REGNUM, &pcb->pcb_eip);
  regcache_raw_supply (regcache, I386_GS_REGNUM, &pcb->pcb_gs);

  return 1;

/* Prevent warning from -Wmissing-prototypes.  */
void _initialize_i386fbsd_nat (void);

_initialize_i386fbsd_nat (void)
  struct target_ops *t;

  /* Add some extra features to the common *BSD/i386 target.  */
  t = i386bsd_target ();
  t->to_resume = i386fbsd_resume;
  t->to_pid_to_exec_file = fbsd_pid_to_exec_file;
  t->to_find_memory_regions = fbsd_find_memory_regions;
  t->to_make_corefile_notes = fbsd_make_corefile_notes;
  add_target (t);

  /* Support debugging kernel virtual memory images.  */
  bsd_kvm_add_target (i386fbsd_supply_pcb);

  /* FreeBSD provides a kern.ps_strings sysctl that we can use to
     locate the sigtramp.  That way we can still recognize a sigtramp
     if its location is changed in a new kernel.  Of course this is
     still based on the assumption that the sigtramp is placed
     directly under the location where the program arguments and
     environment can be found.  */
    int mib[2];
    u_long ps_strings;
    size_t len;

    mib[0] = CTL_KERN;
    mib[1] = KERN_PS_STRINGS;
    len = sizeof (ps_strings);
    if (sysctl (mib, 2, &ps_strings, &len, NULL, 0) == 0)
	i386fbsd_sigtramp_start_addr = ps_strings - 128;
	i386fbsd_sigtramp_end_addr = ps_strings;