Philippe Gerum wrote:
> Gilles Chanteperdrix wrote:
>> Philippe Gerum wrote:
>>> Gilles Chanteperdrix wrote:
>>>> on some (all ?) platforms, we get a SIGILL when trying to emit the first
>>>> Xenomai syscall, instead of the -ENOSYS return value. This patches
>>>> handles the SIGILL by printing an error message and exiting.
>>> This is an issue for archs that encode the syscall number into the trap
>>> like ARM using the OABI, others will get -ENOSYS as expected, so this should
>>> move to the arch-specific code.
>> Actually, I get a SIGILL on ARM compiled with EABI as well.
> It seems the ARM folks decided to send SIGILL with EABI to conform to the OABI
> behaviour, despite they did not formally need that. Only invalid calls in the
> 9f00xx..9f07ff range are expected to return -ENOSYS. Too bad that our syscall
> marker is out of that range.
> Moving this
>> code to the arch dependent code looks hard, since we need to setup the
>> jump buffer in the very function which issues the syscall (Ok, we could
>> use a macro). But what would you think of a SIGILL handler which does
>> not longjmp (like Jan suggested, simply print an error message and exit,
>> even if xeno_bind_skin_opt was called) ?
> Fine with me.
Ok. Commited in trunk. Do I commit in v2.4.x branch?
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