[PATCH 4.19 02/56] parisc: Fix exception handler for fldw and fstw instructions
From: Greg Kroah-Hartman
Date: Fri Sep 02 2022 - 08:29:45 EST
From: Helge Deller <deller@xxxxxx>
commit 7ae1f5508d9a33fd58ed3059bd2d569961e3b8bd upstream.
The exception handler is broken for unaligned memory acceses with fldw
and fstw instructions, because it trashes or uses randomly some other
floating point register than the one specified in the instruction word
on loads and stores.
The instruction "fldw 0(addr),%fr22L" (and the other fldw/fstw
instructions) encode the target register (%fr22) in the rightmost 5 bits
of the instruction word. The 7th rightmost bit of the instruction word
defines if the left or right half of %fr22 should be used.
While processing unaligned address accesses, the FR3() define is used to
extract the offset into the local floating-point register set. But the
calculation in FR3() was buggy, so that for example instead of %fr22,
register %fr12 [((22 * 2) & 0x1f) = 12] was used.
This bug has been since forever in the parisc kernel and I wonder why it
wasn't detected earlier. Interestingly I noticed this bug just because
the libime debian package failed to build on *native* hardware, while it
successfully built in qemu.
This patch corrects the bitshift and masking calculation in FR3().
Signed-off-by: Helge Deller <deller@xxxxxx>
Signed-off-by: Greg Kroah-Hartman <gregkh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
arch/parisc/kernel/unaligned.c | 2 +-
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)
@@ -121,7 +121,7 @@
#define R1(i) (((i)>>21)&0x1f)
#define R2(i) (((i)>>16)&0x1f)
#define R3(i) ((i)&0x1f)
-#define FR3(i) ((((i)<<1)&0x1f)|(((i)>>6)&1))
+#define FR3(i) ((((i)&0x1f)<<1)|(((i)>>6)&1))
#define IM(i,n) (((i)>>1&((1<<(n-1))-1))|((i)&1?((0-1L)<<(n-1)):0))
#define IM5_2(i) IM((i)>>16,5)
#define IM5_3(i) IM((i),5)