Commit ebbc3140 authored by Olivier Houchard's avatar Olivier Houchard
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truss: Decode correctly 64bits arguments on 32bits arm.

When decoding 32bits arm syscall, make sure we account for the padding when
decoding 64bits args. Do it too when using a 64bits truss on a 32bits binary.

MFC After:	1 week
PR:		256199
parent 9bab18b8
......@@ -792,11 +792,14 @@ print_mask_arg32(bool (*decoder)(FILE *, uint32_t, uint32_t *), FILE *fp,
* decoding arguments.
*/
static void
quad_fixup(struct syscall_decode *sc)
quad_fixup(struct procabi *abi, struct syscall_decode *sc)
{
int offset, prev;
u_int i;
#ifndef __aarch64__
(void)abi;
#endif
offset = 0;
prev = -1;
for (i = 0; i < sc->nargs; i++) {
......@@ -810,17 +813,20 @@ quad_fixup(struct syscall_decode *sc)
switch (sc->args[i].type & ARG_MASK) {
case Quad:
case QuadHex:
#ifdef __powerpc__
#if defined(__powerpc__) || defined(__arm__) || defined(__aarch64__)
/*
* 64-bit arguments on 32-bit powerpc must be
* 64-bit arguments on 32-bit powerpc and arm must be
* 64-bit aligned. If the current offset is
* not aligned, the calling convention inserts
* a 32-bit pad argument that should be skipped.
*/
if (sc->args[i].offset % 2 == 1) {
sc->args[i].offset++;
offset++;
}
#ifdef __aarch64__
if (abi->pointer_size == sizeof(uint32_t))
#endif
if (sc->args[i].offset % 2 == 1) {
sc->args[i].offset++;
offset++;
}
#endif
offset++;
default:
......@@ -854,7 +860,7 @@ add_syscall(struct procabi *abi, u_int number, struct syscall *sc)
* procabi instead.
*/
if (abi->pointer_size == 4)
quad_fixup(&sc->decode);
quad_fixup(abi, &sc->decode);
if (number < nitems(abi->syscalls)) {
assert(abi->syscalls[number] == NULL);
......
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