[PATCH] x86: x86-opcode-map.txt: explain CALLW discrepancy between Intel and AMD

From: Denys Vlasenko
Date: Thu Feb 12 2015 - 14:07:11 EST

In 64-bit mode, AMD and Intel CPUs treat 0x66 prefix before branch
insns differently. For near branches, it affects decode too since
immediate offset's width is different.

Signed-off-by: Denys Vlasenko <dvlasenk@xxxxxxxxxx>
CC: Masami Hiramatsu <masami.hiramatsu.pt@xxxxxxxxxxx>
CC: Ingo Molnar <mingo@xxxxxxxxxx>
CC: Oleg Nesterov <oleg@xxxxxxxxxx>
CC: linux-kernel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
arch/x86/lib/x86-opcode-map.txt | 9 +++++++++
1 file changed, 9 insertions(+)

diff --git a/arch/x86/lib/x86-opcode-map.txt b/arch/x86/lib/x86-opcode-map.txt
index 1a2be7c..816488c 100644
--- a/arch/x86/lib/x86-opcode-map.txt
+++ b/arch/x86/lib/x86-opcode-map.txt
@@ -273,6 +273,9 @@ dd: ESC
de: ESC
df: ESC
# 0xe0 - 0xef
+# Note: "forced64" is Intel CPU behavior: they ignore 0x66 prefix
+# in 64-bit mode. AMD CPUs accept 0x66 prefix, it causes RIP truncation
+# to 16 bits. In 32-bit mode, 0x66 is accepted by both Intel and AMD.
e0: LOOPNE/LOOPNZ Jb (f64)
e1: LOOPE/LOOPZ Jb (f64)
e2: LOOP Jb (f64)
@@ -281,6 +284,10 @@ e4: IN AL,Ib
e5: IN eAX,Ib
e6: OUT Ib,AL
e7: OUT Ib,eAX
+# With 0x66 prefix in 64-bit mode, for AMD CPUs immediate offset
+# in "near" jumps and calls is 16-bit. For CALL,
+# push of return address is 16-bit wide, RSP is decremented by 2
+# but is not truncated to 16 bits, unlike RIP.
e8: CALL Jz (f64)
e9: JMP-near Jz (f64)
ea: JMP-far Ap (i64)
@@ -456,6 +463,7 @@ AVXcode: 1
7e: movd/q Ey,Pd | vmovd/q Ey,Vy (66),(v1) | vmovq Vq,Wq (F3),(v1)
7f: movq Qq,Pq | vmovdqa Wx,Vx (66) | vmovdqu Wx,Vx (F3)
# 0x0f 0x80-0x8f
+# Note: "forced64" is Intel CPU behavior (see comment about CALL insn).
80: JO Jz (f64)
81: JNO Jz (f64)
82: JB/JC/JNAE Jz (f64)
@@ -842,6 +850,7 @@ EndTable
GrpTable: Grp5
0: INC Ev
1: DEC Ev
+# Note: "forced64" is Intel CPU behavior (see comment about CALL insn).
2: CALLN Ev (f64)
4: JMPN Ev (f64)

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