1: /*
   2:  *	U N I X   2 . 9 B S D   C R A S H   A N A L Y Z E R
   3:  *
   4:  *	S Y M B O L   R O U T I N E S
   5:  */
   6: 
   7: #include <sys/param.h>
   8: #include <sys/ioctl.h>
   9: #include <stdio.h>
  10: #include <a.out.h>
  11: #include "crash.h"
  12: 
  13: #define MAXDIFF     2048L
  14: #define SPACE       100
  15: 
  16: /* Global Variables */
  17: int kmem;               /* Global FD of dump file */
  18: int sym;                /* global fd for symbol file */
  19: 
  20: unsigned find(), findv();
  21: char *malloc();
  22: 
  23: /*
  24:  *			G E T S Y M
  25:  *
  26:  *
  27:  *	getsym		John Stewart 2 Mar 83
  28:  *	takes:		symref--string naming file with symbol table
  29:  *	returns:	void
  30:  *	it does:	loads symtab from symref file
  31:  *				loads ovh
  32:  *				sets globals symtab
  33:  *	messy side effects:	loads ovh
  34:  */
  35: /*
  36:  * Define symbol table globals here:
  37:  */
  38: struct symsml *symtab, *maxsym;
  39: daddr_t symbas;
  40: daddr_t txtbas;
  41: unsigned nsyms;
  42: struct ovlhdr ovh;  /* not really used */
  43: extern  int overlay;
  44: 
  45: getsym(symref)
  46: char *symref;
  47: {
  48:     long n;
  49:     register int m;
  50:     struct syment space[SPACE];
  51:     register struct syment *symp;
  52:     struct symsml *smlp;
  53:     struct exec xbuf;
  54: 
  55:     sym = open(symref,0);
  56:     if (sym < 0) {
  57:         printf("Unable to open %s\n",symref);
  58:         exit(1);
  59:     }
  60: 
  61:     /*
  62: 	 *	Load the Symbol Table into Core
  63: 	 */
  64:     symbas = 0L;
  65:     read(sym, &xbuf, sizeof xbuf);
  66: /*printf("read syms %04x\n", xbuf.a_syms);/**/
  67:     if (N_BADMAG(xbuf)) {
  68:         printf("Format error in %s\n",symref);
  69:         exit(1);
  70:     }
  71:     symbas += xbuf.a_text + (long) xbuf.a_data;
  72:     if (xbuf.a_magic == A_MAGIC5 || xbuf.a_magic == A_MAGIC6) {
  73:         overlay++;
  74:         read(sym, &ovh, sizeof (struct ovlhdr));
  75:         for(m=0; m<NOVL; m++) {
  76:             symbas += (long) ovh.ov_siz[m];
  77:         }
  78:         symbas += (long) sizeof ovh;
  79:     }
  80:     if (xbuf.a_flag != 1) {
  81:         symbas *= 2L;
  82:     }
  83:     symbas += (long) sizeof xbuf;
  84:     if (overlay)
  85:         txtbas = ((((long)xbuf.a_text)+8192L-1L)/8192L)*8192L;
  86:     lseek(sym, symbas, 0);
  87:     n = 0;
  88:     ioctl(sym, FIONREAD, (char *)&n);
  89:     if (n == 0) {
  90:         printf("No namelist in %s\n",symref);
  91:         exit(1);
  92:     }
  93:     nsyms = n/sizeof(struct syment);    /* number of symbols in table */
  94:     m = nsyms * sizeof(struct symsml);  /* small table size needed */
  95:     symtab = (struct symsml *) malloc(m);
  96:     if (symtab == (struct symsml *)NULL) {
  97:         printf("Symbol table too large\n");
  98:         exit(1);
  99:     }
 100: /*printf("calc syms %08X nsyms %04x m %04x\n", n, nsyms, m);/**/
 101:     smlp = symtab;
 102:     while (n) {
 103:         m = sizeof space;
 104:         if (n < m)
 105:             m = n;
 106:         read(sym, (caddr_t)space, m);
 107:         n -= m;
 108:         for (symp = space; (m -= sizeof(struct syment)) >= 0;symp++) {
 109: /*printf("\t%8s %4x %d\n", symp->name, symp->value, symp->ovno);/**/
 110:             smlp->svalue = symp->value;
 111:             smlp->sovno = symp->ovno;
 112:             if (symp->flags >= 041 || (symp->flags >= 01 &&
 113:                            symp->flags <= 04))
 114:                 if ((symp->flags & 07) == 02)
 115:                 smlp->sflags = ISYM;
 116:                 else
 117:                 smlp->sflags = DSYM;
 118:             else
 119:                 smlp->sflags = NSYM;
 120:             smlp++;
 121:         }
 122:     }
 123:     maxsym = smlp;
 124: }
 125: 
 126: /*
 127:  *			S Y M B O L
 128:  *
 129:  *
 130:  *	symbol		mark kampe	11/17/75
 131:  *	takes:		int (an address)
 132:  *			int (the type of symbol you want found TEXT or DATA)
 133:  *	returns:	int (address of symbol table entry)
 134:  *	it does:	find the global text symbol whose
 135:  *			value is the nearest less than or equal to the
 136:  *			passed address.  It then prints out a field
 137:  *			of the form (<symbol>+<offset>).
 138:  *			No value is now returned.  (Formerly,
 139:  *			the value returned was the address of
 140:  *			the symbol table entry for that symbol.)
 141:  */
 142: symbol(val, type, ovno)
 143: unsigned val;
 144: char type;
 145: int ovno;
 146: {
 147:     register struct symsml *i, *minptr;
 148:     struct syment symt;
 149:     long mindif, offset, value, symval;
 150:     int ov = 0;
 151: 
 152:     mindif = 0377777L;
 153:     minptr = (struct symsml *) NULL;
 154:     if (txtbas && type == ISYM && val > txtbas)
 155:         ov = ovno;
 156: 
 157:     /* Find closest preceeding global symbol */
 158:     i = symtab;
 159:     value = val;
 160:     while (mindif && i < maxsym) {
 161:         if (type == i->sflags && (!ov || ov == i->sovno)) {
 162:         symval = (long)(unsigned) i->svalue;
 163:         if (((value - symval) < mindif) && (value >= symval)) {
 164:             mindif = value - symval;
 165:             minptr = i;
 166:         }
 167:         }
 168:         i++;
 169:     }
 170: 
 171:     if (minptr && mindif < MAXDIFF) {
 172:         offset = (long)((unsigned) (minptr - symtab));
 173:         offset = symbas + offset*sizeof(struct syment);
 174:         lseek(sym, offset, 0);
 175:         read(sym, &symt, sizeof(struct syment));
 176:         if (mindif)
 177:             printf("%.8s+0%o", symt.name, (unsigned) mindif);
 178:         else
 179:             printf("%-8.8s", symt.name);
 180:         if (overlay && minptr->sovno && type == ISYM)
 181:             printf(",kov=%d",minptr->sovno);
 182:         return(1);
 183:     }
 184:     return(0);
 185: }
 186: 
 187: /*
 188:  *			F E T C H
 189:  *
 190:  *	This routine takes a structure of 'fetch' format,
 191:  * and reads from the core dump file each specified variable
 192:  * into the given core address.  This provides a simple method
 193:  * of loading our prototype data areas.
 194:  *	Mike Muuss, 6/28/77.
 195:  */
 196: 
 197: fetch( table )
 198: register struct fetch *table;
 199: {
 200: 
 201:     while( table -> f_size ) {
 202:         if (vf(table->symbol, table->addr, table->f_size ) == 0) {
 203:             printf("\nCould not find: ");
 204:             barf(table->symbol);
 205:         }
 206:         table++;
 207:     }
 208: }
 209: 
 210: /*
 211:  *			F E T C H A
 212:  *
 213:  *	This routine is like fetch, except that only addresses are
 214:  *	stuffed
 215:  */
 216: fetcha( table )
 217: register struct fetch *table;
 218: {
 219: 
 220:     while( table -> f_size ) {
 221:         if ((*((unsigned *)table->addr)
 222:             = (unsigned) find(table->symbol, 1)) == NOTFOUND) {
 223:             printf("\nCould not find: ");
 224:             barf(table->symbol);
 225:         }
 226:         table++;
 227:     }
 228: }
 229: 
 230: 
 231: /*
 232:  *			V F
 233:  *
 234:  *
 235:  * Variable Fetch -- Fetch the named symbol, and load it from the dump
 236:  *	returns:	1 if successful, 0 if not
 237:  */
 238: 
 239: int vf( name, addr, size )
 240: register char *name;
 241: char *addr;
 242: {
 243:     unsigned pos;           /* Kernel addr */
 244: 
 245:     /* position ourselves in the file */
 246:     if ((pos=findv(name, 1))==NOTFOUND) {
 247:         return(0);
 248:     }
 249:     lseek(kmem, (long) pos, 0);
 250: 
 251:     /* Perform the actual transfer */
 252:     if (read(kmem, addr, size) == size)
 253:         return(1);
 254:     printf( "\n\t***WARNING: unsuccessful read of variable %s\n", name);
 255:     return(0);
 256: }
 257: 
 258: 
 259: /*
 260:  *			F I N D V
 261:  *
 262:  *
 263:  * Look up the address of the given global variable in
 264:  * the symbol table
 265:  * takes:	string containing symbol
 266:  * returns:	value of symbol, if found
 267:  *			0177777, if not found.
 268:  */
 269: 
 270: unsigned findv( string, global )
 271: char *string;
 272: register global;
 273: {
 274:     struct syment *i, space[SPACE];
 275:     register unsigned n;
 276:     register int m;
 277: 
 278:     n = nsyms * sizeof(struct syment);
 279:     lseek(sym, symbas, 0);
 280:     while(n) {
 281:         m = sizeof space;
 282:         if (n < m)
 283:             m = n;
 284:         read(sym, (caddr_t)space, m);
 285:         n -= m;
 286:         for (i = space; (m -= sizeof(struct syment)) >= 0; i++) {
 287:             if( (global && ((i->flags & 077)) < 041)) continue;
 288:             if( equal( string, i->name ) ) {
 289:             return( i->value );
 290:             }
 291:         }
 292:     }
 293: 
 294:     return(NOTFOUND);
 295: }
 296: 
 297: unsigned find(string, global)
 298: char *string;
 299: int global;
 300: {
 301:     register unsigned val;
 302: 
 303:     if ((val=findv(string, global))!=NOTFOUND)
 304:         return(val);
 305:     printf("\nCould not find: ");
 306:     barf( string );
 307:     /*NOTREACHED*/
 308: }
 309: 
 310: /*
 311:  * Obtain the ova and ovd arrays
 312:  */
 313: 
 314: u_long      aova, aovd;     /* addresses of ova and ovd in core */
 315: unsigned    ova[8], ovd[8];     /* overlay addresses and sizes */
 316: 
 317: getpars()
 318: {
 319:     lseek(kmem, (off_t)aova, 0);    /* position of the ova */
 320:     read(kmem, ova, sizeof ova);    /* read it in */
 321:     lseek(kmem, (off_t)aovd, 0);    /* position of the ovd */
 322:     read(kmem, ovd, sizeof ovd);    /* read it in too */
 323: }

Defined functions

fetch defined in line 197; used 3 times
fetcha defined in line 216; used 1 times
find defined in line 297; used 10 times
findv defined in line 270; used 17 times
getpars defined in line 317; used 1 times
getsym defined in line 45; used 1 times
symbol defined in line 142; used 17 times
vf defined in line 239; used 18 times

Defined variables

aova defined in line 314; used 1 times
aovd defined in line 314; used 1 times
kmem defined in line 17; used 6 times
maxsym defined in line 38; used 2 times
nsyms defined in line 41; used 3 times
ova defined in line 315; used 2 times
  • in line 320(2)
ovd defined in line 315; used 2 times
  • in line 322(2)
ovh defined in line 42; used 3 times
sym defined in line 18; used 11 times
symbas defined in line 39; used 9 times
symtab defined in line 38; used 5 times
txtbas defined in line 40; used 3 times

Defined macros

MAXDIFF defined in line 13; used 1 times
SPACE defined in line 14; used 2 times
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