Commit 66dbd6e6 authored by Catalin Marinas's avatar Catalin Marinas Committed by Will Deacon

arm64: Implement ptep_set_access_flags() for hardware AF/DBM

When hardware updates of the access and dirty states are enabled, the
default ptep_set_access_flags() implementation based on calling
set_pte_at() directly is potentially racy. This triggers the "racy dirty
state clearing" warning in set_pte_at() because an existing writable PTE
is overridden with a clean entry.

There are two main scenarios for this situation:

1. The CPU getting an access fault does not support hardware updates of
   the access/dirty flags. However, a different agent in the system
   (e.g. SMMU) can do this, therefore overriding a writable entry with a
   clean one could potentially lose the automatically updated dirty
   status

2. A more complex situation is possible when all CPUs support hardware
   AF/DBM:

   a) Initial state: shareable + writable vma and pte_none(pte)
   b) Read fault taken by two threads of the same process on different
      CPUs
   c) CPU0 takes the mmap_sem and proceeds to handling the fault. It
      eventually reaches do_set_pte() which sets a writable + clean pte.
      CPU0 releases the mmap_sem
   d) CPU1 acquires the mmap_sem and proceeds to handle_pte_fault(). The
      pte entry it reads is present, writable and clean and it continues
      to pte_mkyoung()
   e) CPU1 calls ptep_set_access_flags()

   If between (d) and (e) the hardware (another CPU) updates the dirty
   state (clears PTE_RDONLY), CPU1 will override the PTR_RDONLY bit
   marking the entry clean again.

This patch implements an arm64-specific ptep_set_access_flags() function
to perform an atomic update of the PTE flags.

Fixes: 2f4b829c ("arm64: Add support for hardware updates of the access and dirty pte bits")
Signed-off-by: default avatarCatalin Marinas <catalin.marinas@arm.com>
Reported-by: default avatarMing Lei <tom.leiming@gmail.com>
Tested-by: default avatarJulien Grall <julien.grall@arm.com>
Cc: Will Deacon <will.deacon@arm.com>
Cc: <stable@vger.kernel.org> # 4.3+
[will: reworded comment]
Signed-off-by: default avatarWill Deacon <will.deacon@arm.com>
parent 56166230
......@@ -535,6 +535,11 @@ static inline pmd_t pmd_modify(pmd_t pmd, pgprot_t newprot)
}
#ifdef CONFIG_ARM64_HW_AFDBM
#define __HAVE_ARCH_PTEP_SET_ACCESS_FLAGS
extern int ptep_set_access_flags(struct vm_area_struct *vma,
unsigned long address, pte_t *ptep,
pte_t entry, int dirty);
/*
* Atomic pte/pmd modifications.
*/
......
......@@ -81,6 +81,56 @@ void show_pte(struct mm_struct *mm, unsigned long addr)
printk("\n");
}
#ifdef CONFIG_ARM64_HW_AFDBM
/*
* This function sets the access flags (dirty, accessed), as well as write
* permission, and only to a more permissive setting.
*
* It needs to cope with hardware update of the accessed/dirty state by other
* agents in the system and can safely skip the __sync_icache_dcache() call as,
* like set_pte_at(), the PTE is never changed from no-exec to exec here.
*
* Returns whether or not the PTE actually changed.
*/
int ptep_set_access_flags(struct vm_area_struct *vma,
unsigned long address, pte_t *ptep,
pte_t entry, int dirty)
{
pteval_t old_pteval;
unsigned int tmp;
if (pte_same(*ptep, entry))
return 0;
/* only preserve the access flags and write permission */
pte_val(entry) &= PTE_AF | PTE_WRITE | PTE_DIRTY;
/*
* PTE_RDONLY is cleared by default in the asm below, so set it in
* back if necessary (read-only or clean PTE).
*/
if (!pte_write(entry) || !dirty)
pte_val(entry) |= PTE_RDONLY;
/*
* Setting the flags must be done atomically to avoid racing with the
* hardware update of the access/dirty state.
*/
asm volatile("// ptep_set_access_flags\n"
" prfm pstl1strm, %2\n"
"1: ldxr %0, %2\n"
" and %0, %0, %3 // clear PTE_RDONLY\n"
" orr %0, %0, %4 // set flags\n"
" stxr %w1, %0, %2\n"
" cbnz %w1, 1b\n"
: "=&r" (old_pteval), "=&r" (tmp), "+Q" (pte_val(*ptep))
: "L" (~PTE_RDONLY), "r" (pte_val(entry)));
flush_tlb_fix_spurious_fault(vma, address);
return 1;
}
#endif
/*
* The kernel tried to access some page that wasn't present.
*/
......
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