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authorPeter Maydell <peter.maydell@linaro.org>2017-12-04 17:50:17 +0000
committerPeter Maydell <peter.maydell@linaro.org>2017-12-04 17:50:17 +0000
commit42604ea43bf14d21bd7dc85db700caccbdb18133 (patch)
tree0e8176d37b7f3ef818456043c0ab531f0dbe3642
parentfb8bfc3a56cc8e2047cf30c80c0dae0c661907fa (diff)
downloadqemu-arm-42604ea43bf14d21bd7dc85db700caccbdb18133.tar.gz
target/arm: Provide fault type enum and FSR conversion functions
Currently get_phys_addr() and its various subfunctions return a hard-coded fault status register value for translation failures. This is awkward because FSR values these days may be either long-descriptor format or short-descriptor format. Worse, the right FSR type to use doesn't depend only on the translation table being walked -- some cases, like fault info reported to AArch32 EL2 for some kinds of ATS operation, must be in long-descriptor format even if the translation table being walked was short format. We can't get those cases right with our current approach. Provide fields in the ARMMMUFaultInfo struct which allow get_phys_addr() to provide sufficient information for a caller to construct an FSR value themselves, and utility functions which do this for both long and short format FSR values, as a first step in switching get_phys_addr() and its children to only returning the failure cause in the ARMMMUFaultInfo struct. Signed-off-by: Peter Maydell <peter.maydell@linaro.org>
-rw-r--r--target/arm/internals.h185
1 files changed, 185 insertions, 0 deletions
diff --git a/target/arm/internals.h b/target/arm/internals.h
index aa9c91b99f..67b9a52943 100644
--- a/target/arm/internals.h
+++ b/target/arm/internals.h
@@ -488,7 +488,39 @@ static inline void arm_clear_exclusive(CPUARMState *env)
}
/**
+ * ARMFaultType: type of an ARM MMU fault
+ * This corresponds to the v8A pseudocode's Fault enumeration,
+ * with extensions for QEMU internal conditions.
+ */
+typedef enum ARMFaultType {
+ ARMFault_None,
+ ARMFault_AccessFlag,
+ ARMFault_Alignment,
+ ARMFault_Background,
+ ARMFault_Domain,
+ ARMFault_Permission,
+ ARMFault_Translation,
+ ARMFault_AddressSize,
+ ARMFault_SyncExternal,
+ ARMFault_SyncExternalOnWalk,
+ ARMFault_SyncParity,
+ ARMFault_SyncParityOnWalk,
+ ARMFault_AsyncParity,
+ ARMFault_AsyncExternal,
+ ARMFault_Debug,
+ ARMFault_TLBConflict,
+ ARMFault_Lockdown,
+ ARMFault_Exclusive,
+ ARMFault_ICacheMaint,
+ ARMFault_QEMU_NSCExec, /* v8M: NS executing in S&NSC memory */
+ ARMFault_QEMU_SFault, /* v8M: SecureFault INVTRAN, INVEP or AUVIOL */
+} ARMFaultType;
+
+/**
* ARMMMUFaultInfo: Information describing an ARM MMU Fault
+ * @type: Type of fault
+ * @level: Table walk level (for translation, access flag and permission faults)
+ * @domain: Domain of the fault address (for non-LPAE CPUs only)
* @s2addr: Address that caused a fault at stage 2
* @stage2: True if we faulted at stage 2
* @s1ptw: True if we faulted at stage 2 while doing a stage 1 page-table walk
@@ -496,12 +528,165 @@ static inline void arm_clear_exclusive(CPUARMState *env)
*/
typedef struct ARMMMUFaultInfo ARMMMUFaultInfo;
struct ARMMMUFaultInfo {
+ ARMFaultType type;
target_ulong s2addr;
+ int level;
+ int domain;
bool stage2;
bool s1ptw;
bool ea;
};
+/**
+ * arm_fi_to_sfsc: Convert fault info struct to short-format FSC
+ * Compare pseudocode EncodeSDFSC(), though unlike that function
+ * we set up a whole FSR-format code including domain field and
+ * putting the high bit of the FSC into bit 10.
+ */
+static inline uint32_t arm_fi_to_sfsc(ARMMMUFaultInfo *fi)
+{
+ uint32_t fsc;
+
+ switch (fi->type) {
+ case ARMFault_None:
+ return 0;
+ case ARMFault_AccessFlag:
+ fsc = fi->level == 1 ? 0x3 : 0x6;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_Alignment:
+ fsc = 0x1;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_Permission:
+ fsc = fi->level == 1 ? 0xd : 0xf;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_Domain:
+ fsc = fi->level == 1 ? 0x9 : 0xb;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_Translation:
+ fsc = fi->level == 1 ? 0x5 : 0x7;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_SyncExternal:
+ fsc = 0x8 | (fi->ea << 12);
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_SyncExternalOnWalk:
+ fsc = fi->level == 1 ? 0xc : 0xe;
+ fsc |= (fi->ea << 12);
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_SyncParity:
+ fsc = 0x409;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_SyncParityOnWalk:
+ fsc = fi->level == 1 ? 0x40c : 0x40e;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_AsyncParity:
+ fsc = 0x408;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_AsyncExternal:
+ fsc = 0x406 | (fi->ea << 12);
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_Debug:
+ fsc = 0x2;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_TLBConflict:
+ fsc = 0x400;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_Lockdown:
+ fsc = 0x404;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_Exclusive:
+ fsc = 0x405;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_ICacheMaint:
+ fsc = 0x4;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_Background:
+ fsc = 0x0;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_QEMU_NSCExec:
+ fsc = M_FAKE_FSR_NSC_EXEC;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_QEMU_SFault:
+ fsc = M_FAKE_FSR_SFAULT;
+ break;
+ default:
+ /* Other faults can't occur in a context that requires a
+ * short-format status code.
+ */
+ g_assert_not_reached();
+ }
+
+ fsc |= (fi->domain << 4);
+ return fsc;
+}
+
+/**
+ * arm_fi_to_lfsc: Convert fault info struct to long-format FSC
+ * Compare pseudocode EncodeLDFSC(), though unlike that function
+ * we fill in also the LPAE bit 9 of a DFSR format.
+ */
+static inline uint32_t arm_fi_to_lfsc(ARMMMUFaultInfo *fi)
+{
+ uint32_t fsc;
+
+ switch (fi->type) {
+ case ARMFault_None:
+ return 0;
+ case ARMFault_AddressSize:
+ fsc = fi->level & 3;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_AccessFlag:
+ fsc = (fi->level & 3) | (0x2 << 2);
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_Permission:
+ fsc = (fi->level & 3) | (0x3 << 2);
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_Translation:
+ fsc = (fi->level & 3) | (0x1 << 2);
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_SyncExternal:
+ fsc = 0x10 | (fi->ea << 12);
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_SyncExternalOnWalk:
+ fsc = (fi->level & 3) | (0x5 << 2) | (fi->ea << 12);
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_SyncParity:
+ fsc = 0x18;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_SyncParityOnWalk:
+ fsc = (fi->level & 3) | (0x7 << 2);
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_AsyncParity:
+ fsc = 0x19;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_AsyncExternal:
+ fsc = 0x11 | (fi->ea << 12);
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_Alignment:
+ fsc = 0x21;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_Debug:
+ fsc = 0x22;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_TLBConflict:
+ fsc = 0x30;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_Lockdown:
+ fsc = 0x34;
+ break;
+ case ARMFault_Exclusive:
+ fsc = 0x35;
+ break;
+ default:
+ /* Other faults can't occur in a context that requires a
+ * long-format status code.
+ */
+ g_assert_not_reached();
+ }
+
+ fsc |= 1 << 9;
+ return fsc;
+}
+
/* Do a page table walk and add page to TLB if possible */
bool arm_tlb_fill(CPUState *cpu, vaddr address,
MMUAccessType access_type, int mmu_idx,