/* Block-relocating memory allocator.
Copyright (C) 1993, 1995, 2000-2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GNU Emacs.
GNU Emacs is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with GNU Emacs. If not, see . */
/* NOTES:
Only relocate the blocs necessary for SIZE in r_alloc_sbrk,
rather than all of them. This means allowing for a possible
hole between the first bloc and the end of malloc storage. */
#ifdef emacs
#include
#include "lisp.h" /* Needed for VALBITS. */
#include "blockinput.h"
#include
#ifdef DOUG_LEA_MALLOC
#define M_TOP_PAD -2
extern int mallopt (int, int);
#else /* not DOUG_LEA_MALLOC */
#ifndef SYSTEM_MALLOC
extern size_t __malloc_extra_blocks;
#endif /* SYSTEM_MALLOC */
#endif /* not DOUG_LEA_MALLOC */
#else /* not emacs */
#include
#include
#endif /* not emacs */
#include "getpagesize.h"
/* A flag to indicate whether we have initialized ralloc yet. For
Emacs's sake, please do not make this local to malloc_init; on some
machines, the dumping procedure makes all static variables
read-only. On these machines, the word static is #defined to be
the empty string, meaning that r_alloc_initialized becomes an
automatic variable, and loses its value each time Emacs is started
up. */
static int r_alloc_initialized = 0;
static void r_alloc_init (void);
/* Declarations for working with the malloc, ralloc, and system breaks. */
/* Function to set the real break value. */
void *(*real_morecore) (ptrdiff_t);
/* The break value, as seen by malloc. */
static void *virtual_break_value;
/* The address of the end of the last data in use by ralloc,
including relocatable blocs as well as malloc data. */
static void *break_value;
/* This is the size of a page. We round memory requests to this boundary. */
static int page_size;
/* Whenever we get memory from the system, get this many extra bytes. This
must be a multiple of page_size. */
static int extra_bytes;
/* Macros for rounding. Note that rounding to any value is possible
by changing the definition of PAGE. */
#define PAGE (getpagesize ())
#define PAGE_ROUNDUP(size) (((size_t) (size) + page_size - 1) \
& ~((size_t) (page_size - 1)))
#define MEM_ALIGN sizeof (double)
#define MEM_ROUNDUP(addr) (((size_t) (addr) + MEM_ALIGN - 1) \
& ~(MEM_ALIGN - 1))
/* The hook `malloc' uses for the function which gets more space
from the system. */
#ifndef SYSTEM_MALLOC
extern void *(*__morecore) (ptrdiff_t);
#endif
/***********************************************************************
Implementation using sbrk
***********************************************************************/
/* Data structures of heaps and blocs. */
/* The relocatable objects, or blocs, and the malloc data
both reside within one or more heaps.
Each heap contains malloc data, running from `start' to `bloc_start',
and relocatable objects, running from `bloc_start' to `free'.
Relocatable objects may relocate within the same heap
or may move into another heap; the heaps themselves may grow
but they never move.
We try to make just one heap and make it larger as necessary.
But sometimes we can't do that, because we can't get contiguous
space to add onto the heap. When that happens, we start a new heap. */
typedef struct heap
{
struct heap *next;
struct heap *prev;
/* Start of memory range of this heap. */
void *start;
/* End of memory range of this heap. */
void *end;
/* Start of relocatable data in this heap. */
void *bloc_start;
/* Start of unused space in this heap. */
void *free;
/* First bloc in this heap. */
struct bp *first_bloc;
/* Last bloc in this heap. */
struct bp *last_bloc;
} *heap_ptr;
#define NIL_HEAP ((heap_ptr) 0)
/* This is the first heap object.
If we need additional heap objects, each one resides at the beginning of
the space it covers. */
static struct heap heap_base;
/* Head and tail of the list of heaps. */
static heap_ptr first_heap, last_heap;
/* These structures are allocated in the malloc arena.
The linked list is kept in order of increasing '.data' members.
The data blocks abut each other; if b->next is non-nil, then
b->data + b->size == b->next->data.
An element with variable==NULL denotes a freed block, which has not yet
been collected. They may only appear while r_alloc_freeze_level > 0,
and will be freed when the arena is thawed. Currently, these blocs are
not reusable, while the arena is frozen. Very inefficient. */
typedef struct bp
{
struct bp *next;
struct bp *prev;
void **variable;
void *data;
size_t size;
void *new_data; /* temporarily used for relocation */
struct heap *heap; /* Heap this bloc is in. */
} *bloc_ptr;
#define NIL_BLOC ((bloc_ptr) 0)
#define BLOC_PTR_SIZE (sizeof (struct bp))
/* Head and tail of the list of relocatable blocs. */
static bloc_ptr first_bloc, last_bloc;
static int use_relocatable_buffers;
/* If >0, no relocation whatsoever takes place. */
static int r_alloc_freeze_level;
/* Functions to get and return memory from the system. */
/* Find the heap that ADDRESS falls within. */
static heap_ptr
find_heap (void *address)
{
heap_ptr heap;
for (heap = last_heap; heap; heap = heap->prev)
{
if (heap->start <= address && address <= heap->end)
return heap;
}
return NIL_HEAP;
}
/* Find SIZE bytes of space in a heap.
Try to get them at ADDRESS (which must fall within some heap's range)
if we can get that many within one heap.
If enough space is not presently available in our reserve, this means
getting more page-aligned space from the system. If the returned space
is not contiguous to the last heap, allocate a new heap, and append it
to the heap list.
obtain does not try to keep track of whether space is in use or not
in use. It just returns the address of SIZE bytes that fall within a
single heap. If you call obtain twice in a row with the same arguments,
you typically get the same value. It's the caller's responsibility to
keep track of what space is in use.
Return the address of the space if all went well, or zero if we couldn't
allocate the memory. */
static void *
obtain (void *address, size_t size)
{
heap_ptr heap;
size_t already_available;
/* Find the heap that ADDRESS falls within. */
for (heap = last_heap; heap; heap = heap->prev)
{
if (heap->start <= address && address <= heap->end)
break;
}
if (! heap)
emacs_abort ();
/* If we can't fit SIZE bytes in that heap,
try successive later heaps. */
while (heap && (char *) address + size > (char *) heap->end)
{
heap = heap->next;
if (heap == NIL_HEAP)
break;
address = heap->bloc_start;
}
/* If we can't fit them within any existing heap,
get more space. */
if (heap == NIL_HEAP)
{
void *new = real_morecore (0);
size_t get;
already_available = (char *) last_heap->end - (char *) address;
if (new != last_heap->end)
{
/* Someone else called sbrk. Make a new heap. */
heap_ptr new_heap = (heap_ptr) MEM_ROUNDUP (new);
void *bloc_start = (void *) MEM_ROUNDUP ((void *) (new_heap + 1));
if (real_morecore ((char *) bloc_start - (char *) new) != new)
return 0;
new_heap->start = new;
new_heap->end = bloc_start;
new_heap->bloc_start = bloc_start;
new_heap->free = bloc_start;
new_heap->next = NIL_HEAP;
new_heap->prev = last_heap;
new_heap->first_bloc = NIL_BLOC;
new_heap->last_bloc = NIL_BLOC;
last_heap->next = new_heap;
last_heap = new_heap;
address = bloc_start;
already_available = 0;
}
/* Add space to the last heap (which we may have just created).
Get some extra, so we can come here less often. */
get = size + extra_bytes - already_available;
get = (char *) PAGE_ROUNDUP ((char *) last_heap->end + get)
- (char *) last_heap->end;
if (real_morecore (get) != last_heap->end)
return 0;
last_heap->end = (char *) last_heap->end + get;
}
return address;
}
/* Return unused heap space to the system
if there is a lot of unused space now.
This can make the last heap smaller;
it can also eliminate the last heap entirely. */
static void
relinquish (void)
{
register heap_ptr h;
ptrdiff_t excess = 0;
/* Add the amount of space beyond break_value
in all heaps which have extend beyond break_value at all. */
for (h = last_heap; h && break_value < h->end; h = h->prev)
{
excess += (char *) h->end - (char *) ((break_value < h->bloc_start)
? h->bloc_start : break_value);
}
if (excess > extra_bytes * 2 && real_morecore (0) == last_heap->end)
{
/* Keep extra_bytes worth of empty space.
And don't free anything unless we can free at least extra_bytes. */
excess -= extra_bytes;
if ((char *) last_heap->end - (char *) last_heap->bloc_start <= excess)
{
heap_ptr lh_prev;
/* This heap should have no blocs in it. If it does, we
cannot return it to the system. */
if (last_heap->first_bloc != NIL_BLOC
|| last_heap->last_bloc != NIL_BLOC)
return;
/* Return the last heap, with its header, to the system. */
excess = (char *) last_heap->end - (char *) last_heap->start;
lh_prev = last_heap->prev;
/* If the system doesn't want that much memory back, leave
last_heap unaltered to reflect that. This can occur if
break_value is still within the original data segment. */
if (real_morecore (- excess) != 0)
{
last_heap = lh_prev;
last_heap->next = NIL_HEAP;
}
}
else
{
excess = ((char *) last_heap->end
- (char *) PAGE_ROUNDUP ((char *) last_heap->end - excess));
/* If the system doesn't want that much memory back, leave
the end of the last heap unchanged to reflect that. This
can occur if break_value is still within the original
data segment. */
if (real_morecore (- excess) != 0)
last_heap->end = (char *) last_heap->end - excess;
}
}
}
/* The meat - allocating, freeing, and relocating blocs. */
/* Find the bloc referenced by the address in PTR. Returns a pointer
to that block. */
static bloc_ptr
find_bloc (void **ptr)
{
bloc_ptr p = first_bloc;
while (p != NIL_BLOC)
{
/* Consistency check. Don't return inconsistent blocs.
Don't abort here, as callers might be expecting this, but
callers that always expect a bloc to be returned should abort
if one isn't to avoid a memory corruption bug that is
difficult to track down. */
if (p->variable == ptr && p->data == *ptr)
return p;
p = p->next;
}
return p;
}
/* Allocate a bloc of SIZE bytes and append it to the chain of blocs.
Returns a pointer to the new bloc, or zero if we couldn't allocate
memory for the new block. */
static bloc_ptr
get_bloc (size_t size)
{
bloc_ptr new_bloc;
heap_ptr heap;
if (! (new_bloc = malloc (BLOC_PTR_SIZE))
|| ! (new_bloc->data = obtain (break_value, size)))
{
free (new_bloc);
return 0;
}
break_value = (char *) new_bloc->data + size;
new_bloc->size = size;
new_bloc->next = NIL_BLOC;
new_bloc->variable = NULL;
new_bloc->new_data = 0;
/* Record in the heap that this space is in use. */
heap = find_heap (new_bloc->data);
heap->free = break_value;
/* Maintain the correspondence between heaps and blocs. */
new_bloc->heap = heap;
heap->last_bloc = new_bloc;
if (heap->first_bloc == NIL_BLOC)
heap->first_bloc = new_bloc;
/* Put this bloc on the doubly-linked list of blocs. */
if (first_bloc)
{
new_bloc->prev = last_bloc;
last_bloc->next = new_bloc;
last_bloc = new_bloc;
}
else
{
first_bloc = last_bloc = new_bloc;
new_bloc->prev = NIL_BLOC;
}
return new_bloc;
}
/* Calculate new locations of blocs in the list beginning with BLOC,
relocating it to start at ADDRESS, in heap HEAP. If enough space is
not presently available in our reserve, call obtain for
more space.
Store the new location of each bloc in its new_data field.
Do not touch the contents of blocs or break_value. */
static int
relocate_blocs (bloc_ptr bloc, heap_ptr heap, void *address)
{
bloc_ptr b = bloc;
/* No need to ever call this if arena is frozen, bug somewhere! */
if (r_alloc_freeze_level)
emacs_abort ();
while (b)
{
/* If bloc B won't fit within HEAP,
move to the next heap and try again. */
while (heap && (char *) address + b->size > (char *) heap->end)
{
heap = heap->next;
if (heap == NIL_HEAP)
break;
address = heap->bloc_start;
}
/* If BLOC won't fit in any heap,
get enough new space to hold BLOC and all following blocs. */
if (heap == NIL_HEAP)
{
bloc_ptr tb = b;
size_t s = 0;
/* Add up the size of all the following blocs. */
while (tb != NIL_BLOC)
{
if (tb->variable)
s += tb->size;
tb = tb->next;
}
/* Get that space. */
address = obtain (address, s);
if (address == 0)
return 0;
heap = last_heap;
}
/* Record the new address of this bloc
and update where the next bloc can start. */
b->new_data = address;
if (b->variable)
address = (char *) address + b->size;
b = b->next;
}
return 1;
}
/* Update the records of which heaps contain which blocs, starting
with heap HEAP and bloc BLOC. */
static void
update_heap_bloc_correspondence (bloc_ptr bloc, heap_ptr heap)
{
register bloc_ptr b;
/* Initialize HEAP's status to reflect blocs before BLOC. */
if (bloc != NIL_BLOC && bloc->prev != NIL_BLOC && bloc->prev->heap == heap)
{
/* The previous bloc is in HEAP. */
heap->last_bloc = bloc->prev;
heap->free = (char *) bloc->prev->data + bloc->prev->size;
}
else
{
/* HEAP contains no blocs before BLOC. */
heap->first_bloc = NIL_BLOC;
heap->last_bloc = NIL_BLOC;
heap->free = heap->bloc_start;
}
/* Advance through blocs one by one. */
for (b = bloc; b != NIL_BLOC; b = b->next)
{
/* Advance through heaps, marking them empty,
till we get to the one that B is in. */
while (heap)
{
if (heap->bloc_start <= b->data && b->data <= heap->end)
break;
heap = heap->next;
/* We know HEAP is not null now,
because there has to be space for bloc B. */
heap->first_bloc = NIL_BLOC;
heap->last_bloc = NIL_BLOC;
heap->free = heap->bloc_start;
}
/* Update HEAP's status for bloc B. */
heap->free = (char *) b->data + b->size;
heap->last_bloc = b;
if (heap->first_bloc == NIL_BLOC)
heap->first_bloc = b;
/* Record that B is in HEAP. */
b->heap = heap;
}
/* If there are any remaining heaps and no blocs left,
mark those heaps as empty. */
heap = heap->next;
while (heap)
{
heap->first_bloc = NIL_BLOC;
heap->last_bloc = NIL_BLOC;
heap->free = heap->bloc_start;
heap = heap->next;
}
}
/* Resize BLOC to SIZE bytes. This relocates the blocs
that come after BLOC in memory. */
static int
resize_bloc (bloc_ptr bloc, size_t size)
{
bloc_ptr b;
heap_ptr heap;
void *address;
size_t old_size;
/* No need to ever call this if arena is frozen, bug somewhere! */
if (r_alloc_freeze_level)
emacs_abort ();
if (bloc == NIL_BLOC || size == bloc->size)
return 1;
for (heap = first_heap; heap != NIL_HEAP; heap = heap->next)
{
if (heap->bloc_start <= bloc->data && bloc->data <= heap->end)
break;
}
if (heap == NIL_HEAP)
emacs_abort ();
old_size = bloc->size;
bloc->size = size;
/* Note that bloc could be moved into the previous heap. */
address = (bloc->prev ? (char *) bloc->prev->data + bloc->prev->size
: (char *) first_heap->bloc_start);
while (heap)
{
if (heap->bloc_start <= address && address <= heap->end)
break;
heap = heap->prev;
}
if (! relocate_blocs (bloc, heap, address))
{
bloc->size = old_size;
return 0;
}
if (size > old_size)
{
for (b = last_bloc; b != bloc; b = b->prev)
{
if (!b->variable)
{
b->size = 0;
b->data = b->new_data;
}
else
{
if (b->new_data != b->data)
memmove (b->new_data, b->data, b->size);
*b->variable = b->data = b->new_data;
}
}
if (!bloc->variable)
{
bloc->size = 0;
bloc->data = bloc->new_data;
}
else
{
if (bloc->new_data != bloc->data)
memmove (bloc->new_data, bloc->data, old_size);
memset ((char *) bloc->new_data + old_size, 0, size - old_size);
*bloc->variable = bloc->data = bloc->new_data;
}
}
else
{
for (b = bloc; b != NIL_BLOC; b = b->next)
{
if (!b->variable)
{
b->size = 0;
b->data = b->new_data;
}
else
{
if (b->new_data != b->data)
memmove (b->new_data, b->data, b->size);
*b->variable = b->data = b->new_data;
}
}
}
update_heap_bloc_correspondence (bloc, heap);
break_value = (last_bloc ? (char *) last_bloc->data + last_bloc->size
: (char *) first_heap->bloc_start);
return 1;
}
/* Free BLOC from the chain of blocs, relocating any blocs above it.
This may return space to the system. */
static void
free_bloc (bloc_ptr bloc)
{
heap_ptr heap = bloc->heap;
heap_ptr h;
if (r_alloc_freeze_level)
{
bloc->variable = NULL;
return;
}
resize_bloc (bloc, 0);
if (bloc == first_bloc && bloc == last_bloc)
{
first_bloc = last_bloc = NIL_BLOC;
}
else if (bloc == last_bloc)
{
last_bloc = bloc->prev;
last_bloc->next = NIL_BLOC;
}
else if (bloc == first_bloc)
{
first_bloc = bloc->next;
first_bloc->prev = NIL_BLOC;
}
else
{
bloc->next->prev = bloc->prev;
bloc->prev->next = bloc->next;
}
/* Sometimes, 'heap' obtained from bloc->heap above is not really a
'heap' structure. It can even be beyond the current break point,
which will cause crashes when we dereference it below (see
bug#12242). Evidently, the reason is bloc allocations done while
use_relocatable_buffers was non-positive, because additional
memory we get then is not recorded in the heaps we manage. If
bloc->heap records such a "heap", we cannot (and don't need to)
update its records. So we validate the 'heap' value by making
sure it is one of the heaps we manage via the heaps linked list,
and don't touch a 'heap' that isn't found there. This avoids
accessing memory we know nothing about. */
for (h = first_heap; h != NIL_HEAP; h = h->next)
if (heap == h)
break;
if (h)
{
/* Update the records of which blocs are in HEAP. */
if (heap->first_bloc == bloc)
{
if (bloc->next != 0 && bloc->next->heap == heap)
heap->first_bloc = bloc->next;
else
heap->first_bloc = heap->last_bloc = NIL_BLOC;
}
if (heap->last_bloc == bloc)
{
if (bloc->prev != 0 && bloc->prev->heap == heap)
heap->last_bloc = bloc->prev;
else
heap->first_bloc = heap->last_bloc = NIL_BLOC;
}
}
relinquish ();
free (bloc);
}
/* Interface routines. */
/* Obtain SIZE bytes of storage from the free pool, or the system, as
necessary. If relocatable blocs are in use, this means relocating
them. This function gets plugged into the GNU malloc's __morecore
hook.
We provide hysteresis, never relocating by less than extra_bytes.
If we're out of memory, we should return zero, to imitate the other
__morecore hook values - in particular, __default_morecore in the
GNU malloc package. */
static void *
r_alloc_sbrk (ptrdiff_t size)
{
bloc_ptr b;
void *address;
if (! r_alloc_initialized)
r_alloc_init ();
if (use_relocatable_buffers <= 0)
return real_morecore (size);
if (size == 0)
return virtual_break_value;
if (size > 0)
{
/* Allocate a page-aligned space. GNU malloc would reclaim an
extra space if we passed an unaligned one. But we could
not always find a space which is contiguous to the previous. */
void *new_bloc_start;
heap_ptr h = first_heap;
size_t get = PAGE_ROUNDUP (size);
address = (void *) PAGE_ROUNDUP (virtual_break_value);
/* Search the list upward for a heap which is large enough. */
while ((char *) h->end < (char *) MEM_ROUNDUP ((char *) address + get))
{
h = h->next;
if (h == NIL_HEAP)
break;
address = (void *) PAGE_ROUNDUP (h->start);
}
/* If not found, obtain more space. */
if (h == NIL_HEAP)
{
get += extra_bytes + page_size;
if (! obtain (address, get))
return 0;
if (first_heap == last_heap)
address = (void *) PAGE_ROUNDUP (virtual_break_value);
else
address = (void *) PAGE_ROUNDUP (last_heap->start);
h = last_heap;
}
new_bloc_start = (void *) MEM_ROUNDUP ((char *) address + get);
if (first_heap->bloc_start < new_bloc_start)
{
/* This is no clean solution - no idea how to do it better. */
if (r_alloc_freeze_level)
return NULL;
/* There is a bug here: if the above obtain call succeeded, but the
relocate_blocs call below does not succeed, we need to free
the memory that we got with obtain. */
/* Move all blocs upward. */
if (! relocate_blocs (first_bloc, h, new_bloc_start))
return 0;
/* Note that (char *) (h + 1) <= (char *) new_bloc_start since
get >= page_size, so the following does not destroy the heap
header. */
for (b = last_bloc; b != NIL_BLOC; b = b->prev)
{
if (b->new_data != b->data)
memmove (b->new_data, b->data, b->size);
*b->variable = b->data = b->new_data;
}
h->bloc_start = new_bloc_start;
update_heap_bloc_correspondence (first_bloc, h);
}
if (h != first_heap)
{
/* Give up managing heaps below the one the new
virtual_break_value points to. */
first_heap->prev = NIL_HEAP;
first_heap->next = h->next;
first_heap->start = h->start;
first_heap->end = h->end;
first_heap->free = h->free;
first_heap->first_bloc = h->first_bloc;
first_heap->last_bloc = h->last_bloc;
first_heap->bloc_start = h->bloc_start;
if (first_heap->next)
first_heap->next->prev = first_heap;
else
last_heap = first_heap;
}
memset (address, 0, size);
}
else /* size < 0 */
{
size_t excess = ((char *) first_heap->bloc_start
- ((char *) virtual_break_value + size));
address = virtual_break_value;
if (r_alloc_freeze_level == 0 && excess > 2 * extra_bytes)
{
excess -= extra_bytes;
first_heap->bloc_start
= (void *) MEM_ROUNDUP ((char *) first_heap->bloc_start - excess);
relocate_blocs (first_bloc, first_heap, first_heap->bloc_start);
for (b = first_bloc; b != NIL_BLOC; b = b->next)
{
if (b->new_data != b->data)
memmove (b->new_data, b->data, b->size);
*b->variable = b->data = b->new_data;
}
}
if ((char *) virtual_break_value + size < (char *) first_heap->start)
{
/* We found an additional space below the first heap */
first_heap->start = (void *) ((char *) virtual_break_value + size);
}
}
virtual_break_value = (void *) ((char *) address + size);
break_value = (last_bloc
? (char *) last_bloc->data + last_bloc->size
: (char *) first_heap->bloc_start);
if (size < 0)
relinquish ();
return address;
}
/* Allocate a relocatable bloc of storage of size SIZE. A pointer to
the data is returned in *PTR. PTR is thus the address of some variable
which will use the data area.
The allocation of 0 bytes is valid.
In case r_alloc_freeze_level is set, a best fit of unused blocs could be
done before allocating a new area. Not yet done.
If we can't allocate the necessary memory, set *PTR to zero, and
return zero. */
void *
r_alloc (void **ptr, size_t size)
{
bloc_ptr new_bloc;
if (! r_alloc_initialized)
r_alloc_init ();
new_bloc = get_bloc (MEM_ROUNDUP (size));
if (new_bloc)
{
new_bloc->variable = ptr;
*ptr = new_bloc->data;
}
else
*ptr = 0;
return *ptr;
}
/* Free a bloc of relocatable storage whose data is pointed to by PTR.
Store 0 in *PTR to show there's no block allocated. */
void
r_alloc_free (void **ptr)
{
bloc_ptr dead_bloc;
if (! r_alloc_initialized)
r_alloc_init ();
dead_bloc = find_bloc (ptr);
if (dead_bloc == NIL_BLOC)
emacs_abort (); /* Double free? PTR not originally used to allocate? */
free_bloc (dead_bloc);
*ptr = 0;
#ifdef emacs
refill_memory_reserve ();
#endif
}
/* Given a pointer at address PTR to relocatable data, resize it to SIZE.
Do this by shifting all blocks above this one up in memory, unless
SIZE is less than or equal to the current bloc size, in which case
do nothing.
In case r_alloc_freeze_level is set, a new bloc is allocated, and the
memory copied to it. Not very efficient. We could traverse the
bloc_list for a best fit of free blocs first.
Change *PTR to reflect the new bloc, and return this value.
If more memory cannot be allocated, then leave *PTR unchanged, and
return zero. */
void *
r_re_alloc (void **ptr, size_t size)
{
bloc_ptr bloc;
if (! r_alloc_initialized)
r_alloc_init ();
if (!*ptr)
return r_alloc (ptr, size);
if (!size)
{
r_alloc_free (ptr);
return r_alloc (ptr, 0);
}
bloc = find_bloc (ptr);
if (bloc == NIL_BLOC)
emacs_abort (); /* Already freed? PTR not originally used to allocate? */
if (size < bloc->size)
{
/* Wouldn't it be useful to actually resize the bloc here? */
/* I think so too, but not if it's too expensive... */
if ((bloc->size - MEM_ROUNDUP (size) >= page_size)
&& r_alloc_freeze_level == 0)
{
resize_bloc (bloc, MEM_ROUNDUP (size));
/* Never mind if this fails, just do nothing... */
/* It *should* be infallible! */
}
}
else if (size > bloc->size)
{
if (r_alloc_freeze_level)
{
bloc_ptr new_bloc;
new_bloc = get_bloc (MEM_ROUNDUP (size));
if (new_bloc)
{
new_bloc->variable = ptr;
*ptr = new_bloc->data;
bloc->variable = NULL;
}
else
return NULL;
}
else
{
if (! resize_bloc (bloc, MEM_ROUNDUP (size)))
return NULL;
}
}
return *ptr;
}
#if defined (emacs) && defined (DOUG_LEA_MALLOC)
/* Reinitialize the morecore hook variables after restarting a dumped
Emacs. This is needed when using Doug Lea's malloc from GNU libc. */
void
r_alloc_reinit (void)
{
/* Only do this if the hook has been reset, so that we don't get an
infinite loop, in case Emacs was linked statically. */
if (__morecore != r_alloc_sbrk)
{
real_morecore = __morecore;
__morecore = r_alloc_sbrk;
}
}
#endif /* emacs && DOUG_LEA_MALLOC */
#ifdef DEBUG
#include
void
r_alloc_check (void)
{
int found = 0;
heap_ptr h, ph = 0;
bloc_ptr b, pb = 0;
if (!r_alloc_initialized)
return;
assert (first_heap);
assert (last_heap->end <= (void *) sbrk (0));
assert ((void *) first_heap < first_heap->start);
assert (first_heap->start <= virtual_break_value);
assert (virtual_break_value <= first_heap->end);
for (h = first_heap; h; h = h->next)
{
assert (h->prev == ph);
assert ((void *) PAGE_ROUNDUP (h->end) == h->end);
#if 0 /* ??? The code in ralloc.c does not really try to ensure
the heap start has any sort of alignment.
Perhaps it should. */
assert ((void *) MEM_ROUNDUP (h->start) == h->start);
#endif
assert ((void *) MEM_ROUNDUP (h->bloc_start) == h->bloc_start);
assert (h->start <= h->bloc_start && h->bloc_start <= h->end);
if (ph)
{
assert (ph->end < h->start);
assert (h->start <= (void *) h && (void *) (h + 1) <= h->bloc_start);
}
if (h->bloc_start <= break_value && break_value <= h->end)
found = 1;
ph = h;
}
assert (found);
assert (last_heap == ph);
for (b = first_bloc; b; b = b->next)
{
assert (b->prev == pb);
assert ((void *) MEM_ROUNDUP (b->data) == b->data);
assert ((size_t) MEM_ROUNDUP (b->size) == b->size);
ph = 0;
for (h = first_heap; h; h = h->next)
{
if (h->bloc_start <= b->data && b->data + b->size <= h->end)
break;
ph = h;
}
assert (h);
if (pb && pb->data + pb->size != b->data)
{
assert (ph && b->data == h->bloc_start);
while (ph)
{
if (ph->bloc_start <= pb->data
&& pb->data + pb->size <= ph->end)
{
assert (pb->data + pb->size + b->size > ph->end);
break;
}
else
{
assert (ph->bloc_start + b->size > ph->end);
}
ph = ph->prev;
}
}
pb = b;
}
assert (last_bloc == pb);
if (last_bloc)
assert (last_bloc->data + last_bloc->size == break_value);
else
assert (first_heap->bloc_start == break_value);
}
#endif /* DEBUG */
/* Update the internal record of which variable points to some data to NEW.
Used by buffer-swap-text in Emacs to restore consistency after it
swaps the buffer text between two buffer objects. The OLD pointer
is checked to ensure that memory corruption does not occur due to
misuse. */
void
r_alloc_reset_variable (void **old, void **new)
{
bloc_ptr bloc = first_bloc;
/* Find the bloc that corresponds to the data pointed to by pointer.
find_bloc cannot be used, as it has internal consistency checks
which fail when the variable needs resetting. */
while (bloc != NIL_BLOC)
{
if (bloc->data == *new)
break;
bloc = bloc->next;
}
if (bloc == NIL_BLOC || bloc->variable != old)
emacs_abort (); /* Already freed? OLD not originally used to allocate? */
/* Update variable to point to the new location. */
bloc->variable = new;
}
void
r_alloc_inhibit_buffer_relocation (int inhibit)
{
if (use_relocatable_buffers > 1)
use_relocatable_buffers = 1;
if (inhibit)
use_relocatable_buffers--;
else if (use_relocatable_buffers < 1)
use_relocatable_buffers++;
}
/***********************************************************************
Initialization
***********************************************************************/
/* Initialize various things for memory allocation. */
static void
r_alloc_init (void)
{
if (r_alloc_initialized)
return;
r_alloc_initialized = 1;
page_size = PAGE;
#ifndef SYSTEM_MALLOC
real_morecore = __morecore;
__morecore = r_alloc_sbrk;
first_heap = last_heap = &heap_base;
first_heap->next = first_heap->prev = NIL_HEAP;
first_heap->start = first_heap->bloc_start
= virtual_break_value = break_value = real_morecore (0);
if (break_value == NULL)
emacs_abort ();
extra_bytes = PAGE_ROUNDUP (50000);
#endif
#ifdef DOUG_LEA_MALLOC
block_input ();
mallopt (M_TOP_PAD, 64 * 4096);
unblock_input ();
#else
#ifndef SYSTEM_MALLOC
/* Give GNU malloc's morecore some hysteresis so that we move all
the relocatable blocks much less often. The number used to be
64, but alloc.c would override that with 32 in code that was
removed when SYNC_INPUT became the only input handling mode.
That code was conditioned on !DOUG_LEA_MALLOC, so the call to
mallopt above is left unchanged. (Actually, I think there's no
system nowadays that uses DOUG_LEA_MALLOC and also uses
REL_ALLOC.) */
__malloc_extra_blocks = 32;
#endif
#endif
#ifndef SYSTEM_MALLOC
first_heap->end = (void *) PAGE_ROUNDUP (first_heap->start);
/* The extra call to real_morecore guarantees that the end of the
address space is a multiple of page_size, even if page_size is
not really the page size of the system running the binary in
which page_size is stored. This allows a binary to be built on a
system with one page size and run on a system with a smaller page
size. */
real_morecore ((char *) first_heap->end - (char *) first_heap->start);
/* Clear the rest of the last page; this memory is in our address space
even though it is after the sbrk value. */
/* Doubly true, with the additional call that explicitly adds the
rest of that page to the address space. */
memset (first_heap->start, 0,
(char *) first_heap->end - (char *) first_heap->start);
virtual_break_value = break_value = first_heap->bloc_start = first_heap->end;
#endif
use_relocatable_buffers = 1;
}