[klibc] [PATCH klibc 2/3] arm: Move shared library below executables
ben at decadent.org.uk
Sun Jul 16 09:12:48 PDT 2023
The default base address for arm executables is 64 kiB, and the base
address for the shared library is 3.5 MiB when generating Thumb
instructions. This limits the size of executables using it to be
< 3.5 MiB, and it also interacts with a bug in QEMU's user-mode
emulation, causing executables to immediately crash.
Moving the shared library to the end of the 16 MiB range didn't help.
Instead, move the shared library to 2 MiB and executables to 4 MiB.
This works for both Thumb and non-Thumb configurations, so make it
Signed-off-by: Ben Hutchings <ben at decadent.org.uk>
usr/klibc/arch/arm/MCONFIG | 12 ++++++++----
1 file changed, 8 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)
diff --git a/usr/klibc/arch/arm/MCONFIG b/usr/klibc/arch/arm/MCONFIG
index 41f39a0e..db5b14ac 100644
@@ -19,12 +19,8 @@ ifeq ($(CONFIG_KLIBC_THUMB),y)
CPU_ARCH := $(CPU_ARCH)t
KLIBCREQFLAGS += -mthumb
KLIBCREQFLAGS += -mabi=aapcs-linux
-KLIBCSHAREDFLAGS = $(LD_IMAGE_BASE_OPT) 0x380000
# Extra linkflags when building the shared version of the library
-# This address needs to be reachable using normal inter-module
-# calls, and work on the memory models for this architecture
-KLIBCSHAREDFLAGS = $(LD_IMAGE_BASE_OPT) 0x01800000
KLIBCREQFLAGS += -mabi=aapcs-linux -mno-thumb-interwork
@@ -32,5 +28,13 @@ KLIBCREQFLAGS += -mabi=apcs-gnu -mno-thumb-interwork
+# Normal binaries start at 64 kiB. A32 branch instructions have a
+# range of ±32 MiB and T32 branch instructions only ±16 MiB, so we
+# have to put klibc.so in that range. Putting it close above the
+# executable can cause breakage, so instead swap them around:
+# klibc.so at 2 MiB and executable at 4 MiB.
+KLIBCLDFLAGS = $(LD_IMAGE_BASE_OPT) 0x400000
+KLIBCSHAREDFLAGS = $(LD_IMAGE_BASE_OPT) 0x200000
# Kernel uses dedicated page or vDSO for signal return since 2.6.13
KLIBCEXECSTACK := n
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