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/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*-
* vim: set ts=8 sts=2 et sw=2 tw=80:
* This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
* License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
* file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/. */
#ifndef vm_SharedArrayObject_h
#define vm_SharedArrayObject_h
#include "mozilla/Atomics.h"
#include "jsapi.h"
#include "jstypes.h"
#include "gc/Barrier.h"
#include "gc/Memory.h"
#include "vm/ArrayBufferObject.h"
#include "vm/JSObject.h"
namespace js {
class FutexWaiter;
/*
* SharedArrayRawBuffer
*
* A bookkeeping object always stored immediately before the raw buffer.
* The buffer itself is mmap()'d and refcounted.
* SharedArrayBufferObjects and structured clone objects may hold references.
*
* |<------ sizeof ------>|<- length ->|
*
* | waste | SharedArrayRawBuffer | data array | waste |
*
* Observe that if we want to map the data array on a specific address, such
* as absolute zero (bug 1056027), then the SharedArrayRawBuffer cannot be
* prefixed to the data array, it has to be a separate object, also in
* shared memory. (That would get rid of ~4KB of waste, as well.) Very little
* else would have to change throughout the engine, the SARB would point to
* the data array using a constant pointer, instead of computing its
* address.
*
* If preparedForWasm_ is true then length_ can change following initialization;
* it may grow toward maxSize_. See extensive comments above WasmArrayRawBuffer
* in ArrayBufferObject.cpp.
*
* length_ only grows when the lock is held.
*/
class SharedArrayRawBuffer {
private:
mozilla::Atomic<uint32_t, mozilla::ReleaseAcquire> refcount_;
mozilla::Atomic<size_t, mozilla::SequentiallyConsistent> length_;
Mutex growLock_;
uint64_t maxSize_;
size_t mappedSize_; // Does not include the page for the header
bool preparedForWasm_;
// A list of structures representing tasks waiting on some
// location within this buffer.
FutexWaiter* waiters_;
uint8_t* basePointer() {
SharedMem<uint8_t*> p = dataPointerShared() - gc::SystemPageSize();
MOZ_ASSERT(p.asValue() % gc::SystemPageSize() == 0);
return p.unwrap(/* we trust you won't abuse it */);
}
protected:
SharedArrayRawBuffer(uint8_t* buffer, BufferSize length, uint64_t maxSize,
size_t mappedSize, bool preparedForWasm)
: refcount_(1),
length_(length.get()),
growLock_(mutexid::SharedArrayGrow),
maxSize_(maxSize),
mappedSize_(mappedSize),
preparedForWasm_(preparedForWasm),
waiters_(nullptr) {
MOZ_ASSERT(buffer == dataPointerShared());
}
public:
class Lock;
friend class Lock;
class MOZ_STACK_CLASS Lock {
SharedArrayRawBuffer* buf;
public:
explicit Lock(SharedArrayRawBuffer* buf) : buf(buf) {
buf->growLock_.lock();
}
~Lock() { buf->growLock_.unlock(); }
};
// max must be Something for wasm, Nothing for other uses
static SharedArrayRawBuffer* Allocate(
BufferSize length, const mozilla::Maybe<uint64_t>& maxSize,
const mozilla::Maybe<size_t>& mappedSize);
// This may be called from multiple threads. The caller must take
// care of mutual exclusion.
FutexWaiter* waiters() const { return waiters_; }
// This may be called from multiple threads. The caller must take
// care of mutual exclusion.
void setWaiters(FutexWaiter* waiters) { waiters_ = waiters; }
SharedMem<uint8_t*> dataPointerShared() const {
uint8_t* ptr =
reinterpret_cast<uint8_t*>(const_cast<SharedArrayRawBuffer*>(this));
return SharedMem<uint8_t*>::shared(ptr + sizeof(SharedArrayRawBuffer));
}
static const SharedArrayRawBuffer* fromDataPtr(const uint8_t* dataPtr) {
return reinterpret_cast<const SharedArrayRawBuffer*>(
dataPtr - sizeof(SharedArrayRawBuffer));
}
BufferSize volatileByteLength() const { return BufferSize(length_); }
uint64_t maxSize() const { return maxSize_; }
size_t mappedSize() const { return mappedSize_; }
bool isWasm() const { return preparedForWasm_; }
void tryGrowMaxSizeInPlace(uint64_t deltaMaxSize);
bool wasmGrowToSizeInPlace(const Lock&, BufferSize newLength);
uint32_t refcount() const { return refcount_; }
[[nodiscard]] bool addReference();
void dropReference();
static int32_t liveBuffers();
};
/*
* SharedArrayBufferObject
*
* When transferred to a WebWorker, the buffer is not detached on the
* parent side, and both child and parent reference the same buffer.
*
* The underlying memory is memory-mapped and reference counted
* (across workers and/or processes). The SharedArrayBuffer object
* has a finalizer that decrements the refcount, the last one to leave
* (globally) unmaps the memory. The sender ups the refcount before
* transmitting the memory to another worker.
*
* SharedArrayBufferObject (or really the underlying memory) /is
* racy/: more than one worker can access the memory at the same time.
*
* A TypedArrayObject (a view) references a SharedArrayBuffer
* and keeps it alive. The SharedArrayBuffer does /not/ reference its
* views.
*/
class SharedArrayBufferObject : public ArrayBufferObjectMaybeShared {
static bool byteLengthGetterImpl(JSContext* cx, const CallArgs& args);
public:
// RAWBUF_SLOT holds a pointer (as "private" data) to the
// SharedArrayRawBuffer object, which is manually managed storage.
static const uint8_t RAWBUF_SLOT = 0;
// LENGTH_SLOT holds the length of the underlying buffer as it was when this
// object was created. For JS use cases this is the same length as the
// buffer, but for Wasm the buffer can grow, and the buffer's length may be
// greater than the object's length.
static const uint8_t LENGTH_SLOT = 1;
static_assert(LENGTH_SLOT == ArrayBufferObject::BYTE_LENGTH_SLOT,
"JIT code assumes the same slot is used for the length");
static const uint8_t RESERVED_SLOTS = 2;
static const JSClass class_;
static const JSClass protoClass_;
static bool byteLengthGetter(JSContext* cx, unsigned argc, Value* vp);
static bool class_constructor(JSContext* cx, unsigned argc, Value* vp);
static bool isOriginalByteLengthGetter(Native native) {
return native == byteLengthGetter;
}
// Create a SharedArrayBufferObject with a new SharedArrayRawBuffer.
static SharedArrayBufferObject* New(JSContext* cx, BufferSize length,
HandleObject proto = nullptr);
// Create a SharedArrayBufferObject using an existing SharedArrayRawBuffer,
// recording the given length in the SharedArrayBufferObject.
static SharedArrayBufferObject* New(JSContext* cx,
SharedArrayRawBuffer* buffer,
BufferSize length,
HandleObject proto = nullptr);
static void Finalize(JSFreeOp* fop, JSObject* obj);
static void addSizeOfExcludingThis(JSObject* obj,
mozilla::MallocSizeOf mallocSizeOf,
JS::ClassInfo* info);
static void copyData(Handle<SharedArrayBufferObject*> toBuffer,
size_t toIndex,
Handle<SharedArrayBufferObject*> fromBuffer,
size_t fromIndex, size_t count);
SharedArrayRawBuffer* rawBufferObject() const;
// Invariant: This method does not cause GC and can be called
// without anchoring the object it is called on.
uintptr_t globalID() const {
// The buffer address is good enough as an ID provided the memory is not
// shared between processes or, if it is, it is mapped to the same address
// in every process. (At the moment, shared memory cannot be shared between
// processes.)
return dataPointerShared().asValue();
}
BufferSize byteLength() const {
return BufferSize(size_t(getFixedSlot(LENGTH_SLOT).toPrivate()));
}
bool isWasm() const { return rawBufferObject()->isWasm(); }
SharedMem<uint8_t*> dataPointerShared() const {
return rawBufferObject()->dataPointerShared();
}
// WebAssembly support:
// Create a SharedArrayBufferObject using the provided buffer and size.
// Assumes ownership of a reference to |buffer| even in case of failure,
// i.e. on failure |buffer->dropReference()| is performed.
static SharedArrayBufferObject* createFromNewRawBuffer(
JSContext* cx, SharedArrayRawBuffer* buffer, BufferSize initialSize);
mozilla::Maybe<uint64_t> wasmMaxSize() const {
return mozilla::Some(rawBufferObject()->maxSize());
}
size_t wasmMappedSize() const { return rawBufferObject()->mappedSize(); }
private:
[[nodiscard]] bool acceptRawBuffer(SharedArrayRawBuffer* buffer,
BufferSize length);
void dropRawBuffer();
};
using RootedSharedArrayBufferObject = Rooted<SharedArrayBufferObject*>;
using HandleSharedArrayBufferObject = Handle<SharedArrayBufferObject*>;
using MutableHandleSharedArrayBufferObject =
MutableHandle<SharedArrayBufferObject*>;
} // namespace js
#endif // vm_SharedArrayObject_h