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authorAndy McFadden <fadden@android.com>2011-10-18 15:42:03 -0700
committerAndy McFadden <fadden@android.com>2011-10-18 16:18:02 -0700
commitf2eae5a860ebdf0dd47669c9bf58b8824b57728c (patch)
tree07bfd0ffa4155b9933daefa503473accbae3f169 /debuggerd/arm
parent76feaf37218b7fec02ade30c143884df8299697c (diff)
Enhance debuggerd memory dumps
This makes two changes: (1) Display ASCII values next to the memory dumps. For example: I DEBUG: 00008ac4 706f6f4c 20676e69 74206425 73656d69 Looping %d times I DEBUG: 00008ad4 7453000a 6e69726f 6f742067 0a702520 ..Storing to %p. I DEBUG: 00008ae4 65642f00 657a2f76 55006f72 6c62616e ./dev/zero.Unabl (The hex values are still displayed as little-endian word values, while the ASCII part is byte oriented.) (2) Optionally display memory dumps for all registers, not just LR and PC, for the crashing thread. This is meant for situations where we crash dereferencing foo->bar and want to see what the memory near "foo" looks like -- could be handy if it got stomped by MUTF-16 text or something recognizable. Change #2 is currently disabled, via a compile-time setting. Bug 5471955 Change-Id: Iacfd01c314055bad81db2f43b7d239f10086fcfb
Diffstat (limited to 'debuggerd/arm')
-rw-r--r--debuggerd/arm/machine.c157
1 files changed, 103 insertions, 54 deletions
diff --git a/debuggerd/arm/machine.c b/debuggerd/arm/machine.c
index 58a7839bc..fb0d6baa5 100644
--- a/debuggerd/arm/machine.c
+++ b/debuggerd/arm/machine.c
@@ -36,6 +36,9 @@
#include "utility.h"
+/* enable to dump memory pointed to by every register */
+#define DUMP_MEM_FOR_ALL_REGS 0
+
#ifdef WITH_VFP
#ifdef WITH_VFP_D32
#define NUM_VFP_REGS 32
@@ -117,82 +120,128 @@ static void show_nearby_maps(int tfd, int pid, mapinfo *map)
}
}
-
-void dump_stack_and_code(int tfd, int pid, mapinfo *map,
- int unwind_depth, unsigned int sp_list[],
- bool at_fault)
+/*
+ * Dumps a few bytes of memory, starting a bit before and ending a bit
+ * after the specified address.
+ */
+static void dump_memory(int tfd, int pid, uintptr_t addr,
+ bool only_in_tombstone)
{
- unsigned int sp, pc, lr, p, end, data;
- struct pt_regs r;
- int sp_depth;
- bool only_in_tombstone = !at_fault;
- char code_buffer[80];
-
- if(ptrace(PTRACE_GETREGS, pid, 0, &r)) return;
- sp = r.ARM_sp;
- pc = r.ARM_pc;
- lr = r.ARM_lr;
+ char code_buffer[64]; /* actual 8+1+((8+1)*4) + 1 == 45 */
+ char ascii_buffer[32]; /* actual 16 + 1 == 17 */
+ uintptr_t p, end;
- _LOG(tfd, only_in_tombstone, "\ncode around pc:\n");
-
- p = pc & ~3;
+ p = addr & ~3;
p -= 32;
- if (p > pc)
+ if (p > addr) {
+ /* catch underflow */
p = 0;
+ }
end = p + 80;
- /* 'end - p' has to be multiples of 16 */
+ /* catch overflow; 'end - p' has to be multiples of 16 */
while (end < p)
end -= 16;
/* Dump the code around PC as:
- * addr contents
- * 00008d34 fffffcd0 4c0eb530 b0934a0e 1c05447c
- * 00008d44 f7ff18a0 490ced94 68035860 d0012b00
+ * addr contents ascii
+ * 00008d34 ef000000 e8bd0090 e1b00000 512fff1e ............../Q
+ * 00008d44 ea00b1f9 e92d0090 e3a070fc ef000000 ......-..p......
*/
- while (p < end) {
- int i;
+ while (p < end) {
+ char* asc_out = ascii_buffer;
sprintf(code_buffer, "%08x ", p);
+
+ int i;
for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
- data = ptrace(PTRACE_PEEKTEXT, pid, (void*)p, NULL);
- sprintf(code_buffer + strlen(code_buffer), "%08x ", data);
+ /*
+ * If we see (data == -1 && errno != 0), we know that the ptrace
+ * call failed, probably because we're dumping memory in an
+ * unmapped or inaccessible page. I don't know if there's
+ * value in making that explicit in the output -- it likely
+ * just complicates parsing and clarifies nothing for the
+ * enlightened reader.
+ */
+ long data = ptrace(PTRACE_PEEKTEXT, pid, (void*)p, NULL);
+ sprintf(code_buffer + strlen(code_buffer), "%08lx ", data);
+
+ int j;
+ for (j = 0; j < 4; j++) {
+ /*
+ * Our isprint() allows high-ASCII characters that display
+ * differently (often badly) in different viewers, so we
+ * just use a simpler test.
+ */
+ char val = (data >> (j*8)) & 0xff;
+ if (val >= 0x20 && val < 0x7f) {
+ *asc_out++ = val;
+ } else {
+ *asc_out++ = '.';
+ }
+ }
p += 4;
}
- _LOG(tfd, only_in_tombstone, "%s\n", code_buffer);
+ *asc_out = '\0';
+ _LOG(tfd, only_in_tombstone, "%s %s\n", code_buffer, ascii_buffer);
}
- if (lr != pc) {
- _LOG(tfd, only_in_tombstone, "\ncode around lr:\n");
-
- p = lr & ~3;
- p -= 32;
- if (p > lr)
- p = 0;
- end = p + 80;
- /* 'end - p' has to be multiples of 16 */
- while (end < p)
- end -= 16;
-
- /* Dump the code around LR as:
- * addr contents
- * 00008d34 fffffcd0 4c0eb530 b0934a0e 1c05447c
- * 00008d44 f7ff18a0 490ced94 68035860 d0012b00
+}
+
+void dump_stack_and_code(int tfd, int pid, mapinfo *map,
+ int unwind_depth, unsigned int sp_list[],
+ bool at_fault)
+{
+ struct pt_regs r;
+ int sp_depth;
+ bool only_in_tombstone = !at_fault;
+
+ if(ptrace(PTRACE_GETREGS, pid, 0, &r)) return;
+
+ if (DUMP_MEM_FOR_ALL_REGS && at_fault) {
+ /*
+ * If configured to do so, dump memory around *all* registers
+ * for the crashing thread.
+ *
+ * TODO: remove duplicates.
*/
- while (p < end) {
- int i;
-
- sprintf(code_buffer, "%08x ", p);
- for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
- data = ptrace(PTRACE_PEEKTEXT, pid, (void*)p, NULL);
- sprintf(code_buffer + strlen(code_buffer), "%08x ", data);
- p += 4;
+ static const char REG_NAMES[] = "R0R1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9SLFPIPSPLRPC";
+
+ int reg;
+ for (reg = 0; reg < 16; reg++) {
+ /* this may not be a valid way to access, but it'll do for now */
+ uintptr_t addr = r.uregs[reg];
+
+ /*
+ * Don't bother if it looks like a small int or ~= null, or if
+ * it's in the kernel area.
+ */
+ if (addr < 4096 || addr >= 0xc0000000) {
+ continue;
}
- _LOG(tfd, only_in_tombstone, "%s\n", code_buffer);
+
+ _LOG(tfd, only_in_tombstone, "\nmem near %.2s:\n",
+ &REG_NAMES[reg*2]);
+ dump_memory(tfd, pid, addr, false);
+ }
+ } else {
+ unsigned int pc, lr;
+ pc = r.ARM_pc;
+ lr = r.ARM_lr;
+
+ _LOG(tfd, only_in_tombstone, "\ncode around pc:\n");
+ dump_memory(tfd, pid, (uintptr_t) pc, only_in_tombstone);
+
+ if (lr != pc) {
+ _LOG(tfd, only_in_tombstone, "\ncode around lr:\n");
+ dump_memory(tfd, pid, (uintptr_t) lr, only_in_tombstone);
}
}
show_nearby_maps(tfd, pid, map);
+ unsigned int p, end;
+ unsigned int sp = r.ARM_sp;
+
p = sp - 64;
if (p > sp)
p = 0;
@@ -227,7 +276,7 @@ void dump_stack_and_code(int tfd, int pid, mapinfo *map,
while (p <= end) {
char *prompt;
char level[16];
- data = ptrace(PTRACE_PEEKTEXT, pid, (void*)p, NULL);
+ long data = ptrace(PTRACE_PEEKTEXT, pid, (void*)p, NULL);
if (p == sp_list[sp_depth]) {
sprintf(level, "#%02d", sp_depth++);
prompt = level;
@@ -252,7 +301,7 @@ void dump_stack_and_code(int tfd, int pid, mapinfo *map,
end = ~7;
while (p <= end) {
- data = ptrace(PTRACE_PEEKTEXT, pid, (void*)p, NULL);
+ long data = ptrace(PTRACE_PEEKTEXT, pid, (void*)p, NULL);
_LOG(tfd, (sp_depth > 2) || only_in_tombstone,
" %08x %08x %s\n", p, data,
map_to_name(map, data, ""));