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- Jan 15 2018, 5:18 PM (61 w, 1 d)
Mon, Mar 18
Tue, Mar 5
Add advisory comment to blk_write().
Sat, Mar 2
Address markj's comment.
Fri, Mar 1
Update to simply mirror physmap.
Thu, Feb 28
Wed, Feb 27
Fix a small bug while dumping pagetable entries.
Please ignore -- I accidentally created a duplicate revision.
Sun, Feb 24
Great. If there's no objections can I bug one of you to commit this?
Thu, Feb 21
Update the diff to include other missing sysctl types found in sysctl.h.
Wed, Feb 20
Feb 12 2019
Small update fixing some extra #ifdefs.
Jan 24 2019
Jan 23 2019
Jan 21 2019
Jan 18 2019
Convert copycommon to a macro.
Adjust XLEN constant names and values.
Jan 17 2019
Jan 15 2019
Jan 7 2019
Jan 3 2019
Thank you for picking this up, I've finally had the chance to look through this whole thing. A couple of small nitpicks but otherwise looks good to me.
Dec 18 2018
Nov 26 2018
Nov 25 2018
Nov 24 2018
Did some of this work before I realized the obvious blocker that we don't have kgdb for RISC-V yet. It dumps successfully but I can't inspect it yet until we have that. Regardless, I figured I'd put this up now to get some initial looks at the changes. I will look into adding the required bits to kgdb to get it working.
Nov 13 2018
Nov 12 2018
Nov 11 2018
Oct 26 2018
Ahh I see, I misunderstood the purpose of duplicating the ACL. Much better now.
Oct 11 2018
Cleaned this up a bit. The logic is the same but should be a bit more obvious now.
Apr 27 2018
No code changes, just updated from changes made to D15060
Address review comments
Apr 13 2018
Apr 10 2018
Change to fix last review comments:
- Use size_t instead of u_int
- Provide proper path to set_acl_mask()
Apr 9 2018
Apr 3 2018
Fixed issue with reallocation size
Apr 2 2018
fts_open() requires an array of strings as an argument, so I had to modify the way input is handled from stdin. It now adds the filename inputs to an array which reallocs when necessary -- an approach that doesn't seem particularly elegant to me, but I thought was preferable to calling fts_open() on each input file individually. If anyone wants to weigh in on this choice I'd gladly hear it.
Mar 26 2018
Moved function from machine/cpufunc.h to machine/cpu.h
Mar 22 2018
@kib Yes, you are correct about the purpose of this function. This particular technique came from the brief discussion about it between yourself and @emaste, however, the (perhaps naive) assumption that it would apply equally to all architectures was mine. The coverage function also checks td->intr_nesting_level which I presume is a more MI way of avoiding some of the code in unwanted contexts, but is less effective (on x86) than checking this interrupts_enabled() function.
Mar 21 2018
Remove KIONREAD ioctl and move that data to the first entry of the coverage buffer
Mar 15 2018
Test cases would be a good idea, certainly it is something I can add. That being said this interface is still experimental so I may make that a separate patch.
Mar 14 2018
- Changed the stored PC type back to uintptr_t
Mar 8 2018
The interfaces are similar but not identical - for example I chose to expose the number of buffer items as an ioctl rather than at the beginning of the buffer as they do in the Linux patch. Conveniently, it is not required that they match exactly as syzkaller has specific executor code per OS which we can adjust to fit this one.