[PATCH v2 1/2] uprobes: Pass probed vaddr to arch_uprobe_analyze_insn()
oleg at redhat.com
Wed Jun 13 03:43:05 EST 2012
On 06/12, Srikar Dronamraju wrote:
> > Note also that we should move this !UPROBE_COPY_INSN from
> > install_breakpoint() to somewhere near alloc_uprobe(). This code
> > is called only once, it looks a bit strange to use the "random" mm
> > (the first mm vma_prio_tree_foreach() finds) and its mapping to
> > verify the insn. In fact this is simply not correct and should be
> > fixed, note that on x86 arch_uprobe_analyze_insn() checks
> The reason we "delay" the copy_insn to the first insert is because
> we have to get access to mm. For archs like x86, we want to know if the
> executable is 32 bit or not
Yes. And this is wrong afaics.
Once again. This !UPROBE_COPY_INSN code is called only once, and it
uses the "random" mm. After that install_breakpoint() just calls
set_swbp(another_mm) while the insn can be invalid because
another_mm->ia32_compat != mm->ia32_compat.
> So in effect, if we get access to
> struct file corresponding to the inode and if the inode corresponds to
> 32 bit executable file or 64 bit executable file during register, then
> we can move it around alloc_uprobe().
I don't think this can work. I have another simple fix in mind, I'll
write another email later.
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