On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 08:31:45AM +0000, Wang Nan wrote:
Original code has a problem, cause following code failed to pass verifier:It's not a bug. It's catching ADD only by design.
r1 <- r10
r1 -= 8
r2 = 8
r3 = unsafe pointer
call BPF_FUNC_probe_read <-- R1 type=inv expected=fp
However, by replacing 'r1 -= 8' to 'r1 += -8' the above program can be
This is because the verifier allows only BPF_ADD instruction on a
FRAME_PTR reigster to forge PTR_TO_STACK register, but makes BPF_SUB
on FRAME_PTR reigster to get a UNKNOWN_VALUE register.
This patch fix it by adding BPF_SUB in stack_relative checking.
If we let it recognize SUB then one might argue we should let it
recognize multiply, shifts and all other arithmetic on pointers.
verifier will be getting bigger and bigger. Where do we stop?
llvm only emits canonical ADD. If you've seen llvm doing SUB,
let's fix it there.
So what piece generated this 'r1 -= 8' ?