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From: Maxim Kokryashkin via Tarantool-patches <tarantool-patches@dev.tarantool.org>
To: "Sergey Kaplun" <skaplun@tarantool.org>
Cc: "Maksim Kokryashkin" <max.kokryashkin@gmail.com>,
	tarantool-patches@dev.tarantool.org
Subject: Re: [Tarantool-patches]  [PATCH luajit v4 8/8] OSX/ARM64: Fix external unwinding.
Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2022 16:21:18 +0300	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <1669814478.236264054@f547.i.mail.ru> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <Y39tUjirIH14Gzg0@root>

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Hi!
Thanks for the review!
 
> 
>>Hi, Maksim!
>>
>>Thanks for the patch!
>>
>>LGTM, but I have a bunch of questions to clarify it.
>>
>>On 28.10.22, Maksim Kokryashkin wrote:
>>> Contributed by Edmund Kapusniak. For more info,
>>> see #698 and #757.
>>>
>>> (cherry picked from commit c38747b626b978555324504ec29a110f6b04902f)
>>>
>>> To allow compiler generate compact unwind info generation
>>> for Mach-O, fp must point to the saved fp, and the frame
>>> must be specified relative to fp+16.
>>
>>Is there any link to documentation or source code to inspect this
>>behaviour?
>Unfortunately, there are no official docs for that. However, there is
>a community effort to create one here[1]. Also, this header file from
>the Apple’s sources is quite useful. Added both of them to commit
>message for those who will get the masculine urge to dive into this.
>>
>>> ELF unwind info has
>>> been updated to also use fp+16 rather than sp+CFRAME_SIZE.
>>
>>Also, I see that `.byte` notation is replaced with `.uleb128` or
>>`.sleb128`. What is the reason?
>>Same question for removing names of entries ("_lj_vm_ffi_call.eh:" for
>>example).
>IINM, it is something Apple expects from the compact unwind info[2].
>>
>>>
>>> Offset to pointer to personality routine specified as @GOT-. rather
>>> than @GOTPCREL.
>>
>>Does it mean that we use incorrect encoded offset (I see encoding for
>>offset is still the same) for our personality routine?
>>If so, maybe the other changes are just refactoring?
>No, that is not correct. Offset has changed, because any 
>`func@GOT` expression is translated into offset.
>Moreover, I doubt it is possible to fill in offset to GOT by hand.
>What goes after the pointer to the personality routine
>is LSDA, according to the Apple’s source[2]. @GOTPCREL and @GOT
>are interchangeable most of the time, except for the cases when signed
>32-bit RIP references are not enough for you, which seems to be the case here.
>>
>>>
>>> Re-enabled LUAJIT_UNWIND_EXTERNAL by default on OSX.
>>>
>>> Maxim Kokryashkin:
>>> * added the description for the issue and the test
>>>
>>> Resolves tarantool/tarantool#6096
>>> Part of tarantool/tarantool#7230
>>> ---
>>> cmake/SetTargetFlags.cmake | 4 +-
>>> src/Makefile.original | 5 +-
>>> src/vm_arm64.dasc | 89 ++++++++-----------
>>> ...-6096-external-unwinding-on-arm64.test.lua | 13 +++
>>> 4 files changed, 54 insertions(+), 57 deletions(-)
>>> create mode 100644 test/tarantool-tests/gh-6096-external-unwinding-on-arm64.test.lua
>>>
>>> diff --git a/cmake/SetTargetFlags.cmake b/cmake/SetTargetFlags.cmake
>>> index 8abb6288..7cf26be1 100644
>>> --- a/cmake/SetTargetFlags.cmake
>>> +++ b/cmake/SetTargetFlags.cmake
>>
>><snipped>
>>
>>> diff --git a/src/Makefile.original b/src/Makefile.original
>>> index 2d014e43..813d9c12 100644
>>> --- a/src/Makefile.original
>>> +++ b/src/Makefile.original
>>
>><snipped>
>>
>>> diff --git a/src/vm_arm64.dasc b/src/vm_arm64.dasc
>>> index ccfa72bd..f517a808 100644
>>> --- a/src/vm_arm64.dasc
>>> +++ b/src/vm_arm64.dasc
>>
>><snipped>
>>
>>> @@ -504,8 +503,9 @@ static void build_subroutines(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>> | ldr GL, L->glref // Setup pointer to global state.
>>> | mov BASE, CARG2
>>> | str CARG1, SAVE_PC // Any value outside of bytecode is ok.
>>> - | str RC, SAVE_CFRAME
>>> - | str fp, L->cframe // Add our C frame to cframe chain.
>>> + | add TMP0, sp, #0
>>> + | str RC, SAVE_CFRAME
>>> + | str TMP0, L->cframe // Add our C frame to cframe chain.
>>
>>Why can't we just use the following?
>>| str RC, SAVE_CFRAME
>>| str sp, L->cframe // Add our C frame to cframe chain.
>>
>>> |
>>> |3: // Entry point for vm_cpcall/vm_resume (BASE = base, PC = ftype).
>>> | str L, GL->cur_L
>>> @@ -540,8 +540,9 @@ static void build_subroutines(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>> | sub RA, RA, RB // Compute -savestack(L, L->top).
>>> | str RAw, SAVE_NRES // Neg. delta means cframe w/o frame.
>>> | str wzr, SAVE_ERRF // No error function.
>>> - | str RC, SAVE_CFRAME
>>> - | str fp, L->cframe // Add our C frame to cframe chain.
>>> + | add TMP0, sp, #0
>>> + | str RC, SAVE_CFRAME
>>> + | str TMP0, L->cframe // Add our C frame to cframe chain.
>>
>>Ditto.
>>
>>> | str L, GL->cur_L
>>> | blr CARG4 // (lua_State *L, lua_CFunction func, void *ud)
>>> | mov BASE, CRET1
>>> @@ -2129,14 +2130,14 @@ static void build_subroutines(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>
>><snipped>
>>
>>> @@ -3879,7 +3880,7 @@ static void emit_asm_debug(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>> "\t.uleb128 0x1\n"
>>> "\t.sleb128 -8\n"
>>> "\t.byte 30\n" /* Return address is in lr. */
>>> - "\t.byte 0xc\n\t.uleb128 31\n\t.uleb128 0\n" /* def_cfa sp */
>>> + "\t.byte 0xc\n\t.uleb128 29\n\t.uleb128 16\n" /* def_cfa fp 16 */
>>> "\t.align 3\n"
>>> ".LECIE0:\n\n");
>>> fprintf(ctx->fp,
>>> @@ -3889,10 +3890,9 @@ static void emit_asm_debug(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>> "\t.long .Lframe0\n"
>>> "\t.quad .Lbegin\n"
>>> "\t.quad %d\n"
>>> - "\t.byte 0xe\n\t.uleb128 %d\n" /* def_cfa_offset */
>>> "\t.byte 0x9e\n\t.uleb128 1\n" /* offset lr */
>>> "\t.byte 0x9d\n\t.uleb128 2\n", /* offset fp */
>>> - fcofs, CFRAME_SIZE);
>>> + fcofs);
>>> for (i = 19; i <= 28; i++) /* offset x19-x28 */
>>> fprintf(ctx->fp, "\t.byte 0x%x\n\t.uleb128 %d\n", 0x80+i, i+(3-19));
>>> for (i = 8; i <= 15; i++) /* offset d8-d15 */
>>> @@ -3909,12 +3909,10 @@ static void emit_asm_debug(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>> "\t.long .Lframe0\n"
>>> "\t.quad lj_vm_ffi_call\n"
>>> "\t.quad %d\n"
>>> - "\t.byte 0xe\n\t.uleb128 32\n" /* def_cfa_offset */
>>> "\t.byte 0x9e\n\t.uleb128 1\n" /* offset lr */
>>> "\t.byte 0x9d\n\t.uleb128 2\n" /* offset fp */
>>> "\t.byte 0x93\n\t.uleb128 3\n" /* offset x19 */
>>> "\t.byte 0x94\n\t.uleb128 4\n" /* offset x20 */
>>> - "\t.byte 0xd\n\t.uleb128 0x1d\n" /* def_cfa_register fp */
>>> "\t.align 3\n"
>>> ".LEFDE1:\n\n", (int)ctx->codesz - fcofs);
>>> #endif
>>> @@ -3933,7 +3931,7 @@ static void emit_asm_debug(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>> "\t.byte 0x1b\n" /* pcrel|sdata4 */
>>> "\t.long lj_err_unwind_dwarf-.\n"
>>> "\t.byte 0x1b\n" /* pcrel|sdata4 */
>>> - "\t.byte 0xc\n\t.uleb128 31\n\t.uleb128 0\n" /* def_cfa sp */
>>> + "\t.byte 0xc\n\t.uleb128 29\n\t.uleb128 16\n" /* def_cfa fp 16 */
>>> "\t.align 3\n"
>>> ".LECIE1:\n\n");
>>> fprintf(ctx->fp,
>>> @@ -3944,10 +3942,9 @@ static void emit_asm_debug(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>> "\t.long .Lbegin-.\n"
>>> "\t.long %d\n"
>>> "\t.uleb128 0\n" /* augmentation length */
>>> - "\t.byte 0xe\n\t.uleb128 %d\n" /* def_cfa_offset */
>>> "\t.byte 0x9e\n\t.uleb128 1\n" /* offset lr */
>>> "\t.byte 0x9d\n\t.uleb128 2\n", /* offset fp */
>>> - fcofs, CFRAME_SIZE);
>>> + fcofs);
>>> for (i = 19; i <= 28; i++) /* offset x19-x28 */
>>> fprintf(ctx->fp, "\t.byte 0x%x\n\t.uleb128 %d\n", 0x80+i, i+(3-19));
>>> for (i = 8; i <= 15; i++) /* offset d8-d15 */
>>> @@ -3969,7 +3966,7 @@ static void emit_asm_debug(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>> "\t.byte 30\n" /* Return address is in lr. */
>>> "\t.uleb128 1\n" /* augmentation length */
>>> "\t.byte 0x1b\n" /* pcrel|sdata4 */
>>> - "\t.byte 0xc\n\t.uleb128 31\n\t.uleb128 0\n" /* def_cfa sp */
>>> + "\t.byte 0xc\n\t.uleb128 29\n\t.uleb128 16\n" /* def_cfa fp 16 */
>>> "\t.align 3\n"
>>> ".LECIE2:\n\n");
>>> fprintf(ctx->fp,
>>> @@ -3980,18 +3977,15 @@ static void emit_asm_debug(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>> "\t.long lj_vm_ffi_call-.\n"
>>> "\t.long %d\n"
>>> "\t.uleb128 0\n" /* augmentation length */
>>> - "\t.byte 0xe\n\t.uleb128 32\n" /* def_cfa_offset */
>>> "\t.byte 0x9e\n\t.uleb128 1\n" /* offset lr */
>>> "\t.byte 0x9d\n\t.uleb128 2\n" /* offset fp */
>>> "\t.byte 0x93\n\t.uleb128 3\n" /* offset x19 */
>>> "\t.byte 0x94\n\t.uleb128 4\n" /* offset x20 */
>>> - "\t.byte 0xd\n\t.uleb128 0x1d\n" /* def_cfa_register fp */
>>> "\t.align 3\n"
>>> ".LEFDE3:\n\n", (int)ctx->codesz - fcofs);
>>> #endif
>>> break;
>>> - /* Disabled until someone finds a fix. See #698. */
>>> -#if !LJ_NO_UNWIND && 0
>>> +#if !LJ_NO_UNWIND
>>> case BUILD_machasm: {
>>> #if LJ_HASFFI
>>> int fcsize = 0;
>>> @@ -4006,14 +4000,14 @@ static void emit_asm_debug(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>> "\t.long 0\n"
>>> "\t.byte 0x1\n"
>>> "\t.ascii \"zPR\\0\"\n"
>>> - "\t.byte 0x1\n"
>>> - "\t.byte 128-8\n"
>>> + "\t.uleb128 0x1\n"
>>> + "\t.sleb128 -8\n"
>>> "\t.byte 30\n" /* Return address is in lr. */
>>> - "\t.byte 6\n" /* augmentation length */
>>> + "\t.uleb128 6\n" /* augmentation length */
>>> "\t.byte 0x9b\n" /* indirect|pcrel|sdata4 */
>>> - "\t.long _lj_err_unwind_dwarf@GOTPCREL\n"
>>> + "\t.long _lj_err_unwind_dwarf@GOT-.\n"
>>> "\t.byte 0x1b\n" /* pcrel|sdata4 */
>>> - "\t.byte 0xc\n\t.byte 31\n\t.byte 0\n" /* def_cfa sp */
>>> + "\t.byte 0xc\n\t.uleb128 29\n\t.uleb128 16\n" /* def_cfa fp 16 */
>>> "\t.align 3\n"
>>> "LECIEX:\n\n");
>>> for (j = 0; j < ctx->nsym; j++) {
>>> @@ -4024,7 +4018,6 @@ static void emit_asm_debug(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>> if (!strcmp(name, "_lj_vm_ffi_call")) { fcsize = size; continue; }
>>> #endif
>>> fprintf(ctx->fp,
>>> - "%s.eh:\n"
>>> "LSFDE%d:\n"
>>> "\t.set L$set$%d,LEFDE%d-LASFDE%d\n"
>>> "\t.long L$set$%d\n"
>>> @@ -4032,15 +4025,14 @@ static void emit_asm_debug(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>> "\t.long LASFDE%d-EH_frame1\n"
>>> "\t.long %s-.\n"
>>> "\t.long %d\n"
>>> - "\t.byte 0\n" /* augmentation length */
>>> - "\t.byte 0xe\n\t.byte %d\n\t.byte 1\n" /* def_cfa_offset */
>>> - "\t.byte 0x9e\n\t.byte 1\n" /* offset lr */
>>> - "\t.byte 0x9d\n\t.byte 2\n", /* offset fp */
>>> - name, j, j, j, j, j, j, j, name, size, CFRAME_SIZE);
>>> + "\t.uleb128 0\n" /* augmentation length */
>>> + "\t.byte 0x9e\n\t.uleb128 1\n" /* offset lr */
>>> + "\t.byte 0x9d\n\t.uleb128 2\n", /* offset fp */
>>> + j, j, j, j, j, j, j, name, size);
>>> for (i = 19; i <= 28; i++) /* offset x19-x28 */
>>> - fprintf(ctx->fp, "\t.byte 0x%x\n\t.byte %d\n", 0x80+i, i+(3-19));
>>> + fprintf(ctx->fp, "\t.byte 0x%x\n\t.uleb128 %d\n", 0x80+i, i+(3-19));
>>> for (i = 8; i <= 15; i++) /* offset d8-d15 */
>>> - fprintf(ctx->fp, "\t.byte 5\n\t.byte 0x%x\n\t.byte %d\n",
>>> + fprintf(ctx->fp, "\t.byte 5\n\t.uleb128 0x%x\n\t.uleb128 %d\n",
>>> 64+i, i+(3+(28-19+1)-8));
>>> fprintf(ctx->fp,
>>> "\t.align 3\n"
>>> @@ -4056,16 +4048,15 @@ static void emit_asm_debug(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>> "\t.long 0\n"
>>> "\t.byte 0x1\n"
>>> "\t.ascii \"zR\\0\"\n"
>>> - "\t.byte 0x1\n"
>>> - "\t.byte 128-8\n"
>>> + "\t.uleb128 0x1\n"
>>> + "\t.sleb128 -8\n"
>>> "\t.byte 30\n" /* Return address is in lr. */
>>> - "\t.byte 1\n" /* augmentation length */
>>> + "\t.uleb128 1\n" /* augmentation length */
>>> "\t.byte 0x1b\n" /* pcrel|sdata4 */
>>> - "\t.byte 0xc\n\t.byte 31\n\t.byte 0\n" /* def_cfa sp */
>>> + "\t.byte 0xc\n\t.uleb128 29\n\t.uleb128 16\n" /* def_cfa fp 16 */
>>> "\t.align 3\n"
>>> "LECIEY:\n\n");
>>> fprintf(ctx->fp,
>>> - "_lj_vm_ffi_call.eh:\n"
>>> "LSFDEY:\n"
>>> "\t.set L$set$yy,LEFDEY-LASFDEY\n"
>>> "\t.long L$set$yy\n"
>>> @@ -4073,13 +4064,11 @@ static void emit_asm_debug(BuildCtx *ctx)
>>> "\t.long LASFDEY-EH_frame2\n"
>>> "\t.long _lj_vm_ffi_call-.\n"
>>> "\t.long %d\n"
>>> - "\t.byte 0\n" /* augmentation length */
>>> - "\t.byte 0xe\n\t.byte 32\n" /* def_cfa_offset */
>>> - "\t.byte 0x9e\n\t.byte 1\n" /* offset lr */
>>> - "\t.byte 0x9d\n\t.byte 2\n" /* offset fp */
>>> - "\t.byte 0x93\n\t.byte 3\n" /* offset x19 */
>>> - "\t.byte 0x94\n\t.byte 4\n" /* offset x20 */
>>> - "\t.byte 0xd\n\t.uleb128 0x1d\n" /* def_cfa_register fp */
>>> + "\t.uleb128 0\n" /* augmentation length */
>>> + "\t.byte 0x9e\n\t.uleb128 1\n" /* offset lr */
>>> + "\t.byte 0x9d\n\t.uleb128 2\n" /* offset fp */
>>> + "\t.byte 0x93\n\t.uleb128 3\n" /* offset x19 */
>>> + "\t.byte 0x94\n\t.uleb128 4\n" /* offset x20 */
>>> "\t.align 3\n"
>>> "LEFDEY:\n\n", fcsize);
>>> }
>>> diff --git a/test/tarantool-tests/gh-6096-external-unwinding-on-arm64.test.lua b/test/tarantool-tests/gh-6096-external-unwinding-on-arm64.test.lua
>>> new file mode 100644
>>> index 00000000..cdeea441
>>> --- /dev/null
>>> +++ b/test/tarantool-tests/gh-6096-external-unwinding-on-arm64.test.lua
>>
>><snipped>
>>
>>> --
>>> 2.37.0 (Apple Git-136)
>>>
>>
>>--
>>Best regards,
>>Sergey Kaplun
>[1]:  https://faultlore.com/blah/compact-unwinding/#unwinding-tables-dwarf-cfi
>[2]:  https://opensource.apple.com/source/libunwind/libunwind-35.3/include/mach-o/compact_unwind_encoding.h
>--
>Best regards,
>Maxim Kokryashkin
> 

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2022-11-24 11:37   ` [Tarantool-patches] [PATCH luajit v4 4/8] ARM64: Reorder interpreter stack frame and fix unwinding Sergey Kaplun via Tarantool-patches
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2022-12-05 16:01   ` [Tarantool-patches] [PATCH luajit v4 1/8] Cleanup and enable external unwinding for more platforms sergos via Tarantool-patches
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2022-12-05 16:06   ` [Tarantool-patches] [PATCH luajit v4 2/8] OSX: Fix build by hardcoding external frame unwinding sergos via Tarantool-patches
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2022-11-24 11:41   ` [Tarantool-patches] [PATCH luajit v4 5/8] OSX/ARM64: Disable unwind info Sergey Kaplun via Tarantool-patches
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2022-11-24 11:56   ` [Tarantool-patches] [PATCH luajit v4 7/8] Fix build with busybox grep Sergey Kaplun via Tarantool-patches
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2022-11-24 13:10   ` [Tarantool-patches] [PATCH luajit v4 8/8] OSX/ARM64: Fix external unwinding Sergey Kaplun via Tarantool-patches
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