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/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 2; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
/* 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/. */
#include "mozilla/Attributes.h"
#ifndef _MSC_VER // Not supported by clang-cl yet
// When running with AddressSanitizer, we need to explicitly set some
// options specific to our codebase to prevent errors during runtime.
// To override these, set the ASAN_OPTIONS environment variable.
//
// Currently, these are:
//
// allow_user_segv_handler=1 - Tell ASan to allow our code to use its
// own SIGSEGV handlers. This is required by ASM.js internally.
//
// alloc_dealloc_mismatch=0 - Disable alloc-dealloc mismatch checking
// in ASan. This is required because we define our own new/delete
// operators that are backed by malloc/free. If one of them gets inlined
// while the other doesn't, ASan will report false positives.
//
// detect_leaks=0 - Disable LeakSanitizer. This is required because
// otherwise leak checking will be enabled for various building and
// testing executables where we don't care much about leaks.
//
// allocator_may_return_null=1 - Tell ASan to return NULL when an allocation
// fails instead of aborting the program. This allows us to handle failing
// allocations the same way we would handle them with a regular allocator and
// also uncovers potential bugs that might occur in these situations.
//
// max_malloc_fill_size - Tell ASan to initialize memory to a certain value
// when it is allocated. This option specifies the maximum allocation size
// for which ASan should still initialize the memory. The value we specify
// here is exactly 256MiB.
//
// max_free_fill_size - Similar to max_malloc_fill_size, tell ASan to
// overwrite memory with a certain value when it is freed. Again, the value
// here specifies the maximum allocation size, larger allocations will
// skipped.
//
// malloc_fill_byte / free_fill_byte - These values specify the byte values
// used to initialize/overwrite memory in conjunction with the previous
// options max_malloc_fill_size and max_free_fill_size. The values used here
// are 0xe4 and 0xe5 to match the kAllocPoison and kAllocJunk constants used
// by mozjemalloc.
//
// malloc_context_size - This value specifies how many stack frames are
// stored for each malloc and free call. Since Firefox can have lots of deep
// stacks with allocations, we limit the default size here further to save
// some memory.
//
// fast_unwind_on_check - Use the fast (frame-pointer-based) stack unwinder
// for internal CHECK failures. The slow unwinder doesn't work on Android.
//
// fast_unwind_on_fatal - Use the fast (frame-pointer-based) stack unwinder
// to print fatal error reports. The slow unwinder doesn't work on Android.
//
// intercept_tls_get_addr=0 - Work around
//
// !! Note: __asan_default_options is not used on Android! (bug 1576213)
// These should be updated in:
// mobile/android/geckoview/src/asan/resources/lib/*/wrap.sh
//
extern "C" MOZ_ASAN_BLACKLIST const char* __asan_default_options() {
return "allow_user_segv_handler=1:alloc_dealloc_mismatch=0:detect_leaks=0"
# ifdef MOZ_ASAN_REPORTER
":malloc_context_size=20"
# endif
# ifdef __ANDROID__
":fast_unwind_on_check=1:fast_unwind_on_fatal=1"
# endif
":max_free_fill_size=268435456:max_malloc_fill_size=268435456"
":malloc_fill_byte=228:free_fill_byte=229"
":handle_sigill=1"
":allocator_may_return_null=1"
":intercept_tls_get_addr=0";
}
// !!! Please do not add suppressions for new leaks in Gecko code, unless they
// are intentional !!!
extern "C" const char* __lsan_default_suppressions() {
return "# Add your suppressions below\n"
// LSan runs with a shallow stack depth and no debug symbols, so some
// small intentional leaks in system libraries show up with this. You
// do not want this enabled when running locally with a deep stack, as
// it can catch too much.
"leak:libc.so\n"
// nsComponentManagerImpl intentionally leaks factory entries, and
// probably some other stuff.
"leak:nsComponentManagerImpl\n"
// These two variants are needed when fast unwind is disabled and stack
// depth is limited.
"leak:mozJSComponentLoader::LoadModule\n"
"leak:nsNativeModuleLoader::LoadModule\n"
// Bug 981220 - Pixman fails to free TLS memory.
"leak:pixman_implementation_lookup_composite\n"
// Bug 987918 - Font shutdown leaks when CLEANUP_MEMORY is not enabled.
"leak:libfontconfig.so\n"
"leak:libfreetype.so\n"
"leak:GI___strdup\n"
// The symbol is really __GI___strdup, but if you have the leading _,
// it doesn't suppress it.
// Bug 1078015 - If the process terminates during a PR_Sleep, LSAN
// detects a leak
"leak:PR_Sleep\n"
// Bug 1363976 - Stylo holds some global data alive forever.
"leak:style::global_style_data\n"
"leak:style::sharing::SHARING_CACHE_KEY\n"
"leak:style::bloom::BLOOM_KEY\n"
//
// Many leaks only affect some test suites. The suite annotations are
// not checked.
//
// Bug 979928 - WebRTC leaks in different mochitest suites.
"leak:NR_reg_init\n"
// nr_reg_local_init should be redundant with NR_reg_init, but on
// Aurora we get fewer stack frames for some reason.
"leak:nr_reg_local_init\n"
"leak:r_log_register\n"
"leak:nr_reg_set\n"
// This is a one-time leak in mochitest-bc, so it is probably okay to
// ignore.
"leak:GlobalPrinters::InitializeGlobalPrinters\n"
"leak:nsPSPrinterList::GetPrinterList\n"
// Bug 1028456 - Various NSPR fd-related leaks in different mochitest
// suites.
"leak:_PR_Getfd\n"
// Bug 1028483 - The XML parser sometimes leaks an object. Mostly
// happens in toolkit/components/thumbnails.
"leak:processInternalEntity\n"
// Bug 1187421 - NSS does not always free the error stack in different
// mochitest suites.
"leak:nss_ClearErrorStack\n"
// Bug 1602689 - leak at mozilla::NotNull, RacyRegisteredThread,
// RegisteredThread::RegisteredThread, mozilla::detail::UniqueSelector
"leak:RegisteredThread::RegisteredThread\n"
//
// Leaks with system libraries in their stacks. These show up across a
// number of tests. Better symbols and disabling fast stackwalking may
// help diagnose these.
//
"leak:libcairo.so\n"
"leak:libdl.so\n"
"leak:libdricore.so\n"
"leak:libdricore9.2.1.so\n"
"leak:libGL.so\n"
"leak:libEGL_mesa.so\n"
"leak:libglib-2.0.so\n"
"leak:libglsl.so\n"
"leak:libp11-kit.so\n"
"leak:libpixman-1.so\n"
"leak:libpulse.so\n"
// lubpulsecommon 1.1 is Ubuntu 12.04
"leak:libpulsecommon-1.1.so\n"
// lubpulsecommon 1.1 is Ubuntu 16.04
"leak:libpulsecommon-8.0.so\n"
"leak:libresolv.so\n"
"leak:libstdc++.so\n"
"leak:libXrandr.so\n"
"leak:libX11.so\n"
"leak:pthread_setspecific_internal\n"
"leak:swrast_dri.so\n"
"leak:js::frontend::BytecodeEmitter:\n"
"leak:js::frontend::GeneralParser\n"
"leak:js::frontend::Parse\n"
"leak:xpc::CIGSHelper\n"
"leak:mozJSComponentLoader\n"
"leak:mozilla::xpcom::ConstructJSMComponent\n"
"leak:XPCWrappedNativeJSOps\n"
// End of suppressions.
; // Please keep this semicolon.
}
#endif // _MSC_VER