Commit 13c6f1d1 authored by Noam Postavsky's avatar Noam Postavsky

Use expanded stack during regex matches

While the stack is increased in main(), to allow the regex stack
allocation to use alloca we also need to modify regex.c to actually take
advantage of the increased stack, and not limit stack allocations to
SAFE_ALLOCA bytes.

* src/regex.c (MATCH_MAY_ALLOCATE): Remove obsolete comment about
allocations in signal handlers which no longer happens and correct
description about when and why MATCH_MAY_ALLOCATE should be defined.
(emacs_re_safe_alloca): New variable.
(REGEX_USE_SAFE_ALLOCA): Use it as the limit of stack allocation instead
of MAX_ALLOCA.
(emacs_re_max_failures): Rename from `re_max_failures' to avoid
confusion with glibc's `re_max_failures'.
* src/emacs.c (main): Increase the amount of fixed 'extra' bytes we add
to the stack.  Instead of changing emacs_re_max_failures based on the
new stack size, just change emacs_re_safe_alloca; emacs_re_max_failures
remains constant regardless, since if we run out stack space SAFE_ALLOCA
will fall back to heap allocation.
Co-authored-by: default avatarEli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
parent 9a19f26c
......@@ -831,14 +831,16 @@ main (int argc, char **argv)
rlim_t lim = rlim.rlim_cur;
/* Approximate the amount regex.c needs per unit of
re_max_failures, then add 33% to cover the size of the
emacs_re_max_failures, then add 33% to cover the size of the
smaller stacks that regex.c successively allocates and
discards on its way to the maximum. */
int ratio = 20 * sizeof (char *);
ratio += ratio / 3;
int min_ratio = 20 * sizeof (char *);
int ratio = min_ratio + min_ratio / 3;
/* Extra space to cover what we're likely to use for other reasons. */
int extra = 200000;
/* Extra space to cover what we're likely to use for other
reasons. For example, a typical GC might take 30K stack
frames. */
int extra = (30 * 1000) * 50;
bool try_to_grow_stack = true;
#ifndef CANNOT_DUMP
......@@ -847,7 +849,7 @@ main (int argc, char **argv)
if (try_to_grow_stack)
{
rlim_t newlim = re_max_failures * ratio + extra;
rlim_t newlim = emacs_re_max_failures * ratio + extra;
/* Round the new limit to a page boundary; this is needed
for Darwin kernel 15.4.0 (see Bug#23622) and perhaps
......@@ -869,9 +871,11 @@ main (int argc, char **argv)
lim = newlim;
}
}
/* Don't let regex.c overflow the stack. */
re_max_failures = lim < extra ? 0 : min (lim - extra, SIZE_MAX) / ratio;
/* If the stack is big enough, let regex.c more of it before
falling back to heap allocation. */
emacs_re_safe_alloca = max
(min (lim - extra, SIZE_MAX) * (min_ratio / ratio),
MAX_ALLOCA);
}
#endif /* HAVE_SETRLIMIT and RLIMIT_STACK and not CYGWIN */
......
......@@ -431,9 +431,12 @@ init_syntax_once (void)
/* Should we use malloc or alloca? If REGEX_MALLOC is not defined, we
use `alloca' instead of `malloc'. This is because using malloc in
re_search* or re_match* could cause memory leaks when C-g is used in
Emacs; also, malloc is slower and causes storage fragmentation. On
the other hand, malloc is more portable, and easier to debug.
re_search* or re_match* could cause memory leaks when C-g is used
in Emacs (note that SAFE_ALLOCA could also call malloc, but does so
via `record_xmalloc' which uses `unwind_protect' to ensure the
memory is freed even in case of non-local exits); also, malloc is
slower and causes storage fragmentation. On the other hand, malloc
is more portable, and easier to debug.
Because we sometimes use alloca, some routines have to be macros,
not functions -- `alloca'-allocated space disappears at the end of the
......@@ -448,7 +451,13 @@ init_syntax_once (void)
#else /* not REGEX_MALLOC */
# ifdef emacs
# define REGEX_USE_SAFE_ALLOCA USE_SAFE_ALLOCA
/* This may be adjusted in main(), if the stack is successfully grown. */
ptrdiff_t emacs_re_safe_alloca = MAX_ALLOCA;
/* Like USE_SAFE_ALLOCA, but use emacs_re_safe_alloca. */
# define REGEX_USE_SAFE_ALLOCA \
ptrdiff_t sa_avail = emacs_re_safe_alloca; \
ptrdiff_t sa_count = SPECPDL_INDEX (); bool sa_must_free = false
# define REGEX_SAFE_FREE() SAFE_FREE ()
# define REGEX_ALLOCATE SAFE_ALLOCA
# else
......@@ -1196,24 +1205,28 @@ static const char *re_error_msgid[] =
gettext_noop ("Range striding over charsets") /* REG_ERANGEX */
};
/* Avoiding alloca during matching, to placate r_alloc. */
/* Define MATCH_MAY_ALLOCATE unless we need to make sure that the
searching and matching functions should not call alloca. On some
systems, alloca is implemented in terms of malloc, and if we're
using the relocating allocator routines, then malloc could cause a
relocation, which might (if the strings being searched are in the
ralloc heap) shift the data out from underneath the regexp
routines.
Here's another reason to avoid allocation: Emacs
processes input from X in a signal handler; processing X input may
call malloc; if input arrives while a matching routine is calling
malloc, then we're scrod. But Emacs can't just block input while
calling matching routines; then we don't notice interrupts when
they come in. So, Emacs blocks input around all regexp calls
except the matching calls, which it leaves unprotected, in the
faith that they will not malloc. */
/* Whether to allocate memory during matching. */
/* Define MATCH_MAY_ALLOCATE to allow the searching and matching
functions allocate memory for the failure stack and registers.
Normally should be defined, because otherwise searching and
matching routines will have much smaller memory resources at their
disposal, and therefore might fail to handle complex regexps.
Therefore undefine MATCH_MAY_ALLOCATE only in the following
exceptional situations:
. When running on a system where memory is at premium.
. When alloca cannot be used at all, perhaps due to bugs in
its implementation, or its being unavailable, or due to a
very small stack size. This requires to define REGEX_MALLOC
to use malloc instead, which in turn could lead to memory
leaks if search is interrupted by a signal. (For these
reasons, defining REGEX_MALLOC when building Emacs
automatically undefines MATCH_MAY_ALLOCATE, but outside
Emacs you may not care about memory leaks.) If you want to
prevent the memory leaks, undefine MATCH_MAY_ALLOCATE.
. When code that calls the searching and matching functions
cannot allow memory allocation, for whatever reasons. */
/* Normally, this is fine. */
#define MATCH_MAY_ALLOCATE
......@@ -1250,9 +1263,9 @@ static const char *re_error_msgid[] =
whose default stack limit is 2mb. In order for a larger
value to work reliably, you have to try to make it accord
with the process stack limit. */
size_t re_max_failures = 40000;
size_t emacs_re_max_failures = 40000;
# else
size_t re_max_failures = 4000;
size_t emacs_re_max_failures = 4000;
# endif
union fail_stack_elt
......@@ -1305,7 +1318,7 @@ typedef struct
/* Double the size of FAIL_STACK, up to a limit
which allows approximately `re_max_failures' items.
which allows approximately `emacs_re_max_failures' items.
Return 1 if succeeds, and 0 if either ran out of memory
allocating space for it or it was already too large.
......@@ -1320,19 +1333,19 @@ typedef struct
#define FAIL_STACK_GROWTH_FACTOR 4
#define GROW_FAIL_STACK(fail_stack) \
(((fail_stack).size >= re_max_failures * TYPICAL_FAILURE_SIZE) \
(((fail_stack).size >= emacs_re_max_failures * TYPICAL_FAILURE_SIZE) \
? 0 \
: ((fail_stack).stack \
= REGEX_REALLOCATE_STACK ((fail_stack).stack, \
(fail_stack).size * sizeof (fail_stack_elt_t), \
min (re_max_failures * TYPICAL_FAILURE_SIZE, \
min (emacs_re_max_failures * TYPICAL_FAILURE_SIZE, \
((fail_stack).size * FAIL_STACK_GROWTH_FACTOR)) \
* sizeof (fail_stack_elt_t)), \
\
(fail_stack).stack == NULL \
? 0 \
: ((fail_stack).size \
= (min (re_max_failures * TYPICAL_FAILURE_SIZE, \
= (min (emacs_re_max_failures * TYPICAL_FAILURE_SIZE, \
((fail_stack).size * FAIL_STACK_GROWTH_FACTOR))), \
1)))
......@@ -3641,9 +3654,9 @@ regex_compile (const_re_char *pattern, size_t size,
{
int num_regs = bufp->re_nsub + 1;
if (fail_stack.size < re_max_failures * TYPICAL_FAILURE_SIZE)
if (fail_stack.size < emacs_re_max_failures * TYPICAL_FAILURE_SIZE)
{
fail_stack.size = re_max_failures * TYPICAL_FAILURE_SIZE;
fail_stack.size = emacs_re_max_failures * TYPICAL_FAILURE_SIZE;
falk_stack.stack = realloc (fail_stack.stack,
fail_stack.size * sizeof *falk_stack.stack);
}
......
......@@ -186,7 +186,12 @@ typedef unsigned long reg_syntax_t;
#endif
/* Roughly the maximum number of failure points on the stack. */
extern size_t re_max_failures;
extern size_t emacs_re_max_failures;
#ifdef emacs
/* Amount of memory that we can safely stack allocate. */
extern ptrdiff_t emacs_re_safe_alloca;
#endif
/* Define combinations of the above bits for the standard possibilities.
......
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