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Subject[PATCH] sparc64: Swap registers for fault code and address in mna trap
From: "Hisashi Kanda" <>

This bug may occur in the following.

user_rtt_fill_64bit <= If mna trap occurred, call do_mna
+-> do_mna <= Mistake storing registers for fault code and address
+-> winfix_mna
+-> user_rtt_fill_fixup <= Put fault address into thread_info->flag's TI_FAULT_CODE
+-> do_sparc64_fault() <= If fault address has FAULT_CODE_ITLB and FAULT_CODE_DTLB bits, call BUG()
+-> BUG()

If mna trap occured in user_rtt_fill_64bit, then do_mna is called.
So, fault address is loaded into %g4, and fault code is loaded into %g5 in do_mna.
But, %g4 is stored into thread_info->flag's TI_FAULT_CODE, and
%g5 is stored into thread_info->flag's TI_FAULT_ADDR in user_rtt_fill_fixup.
This is a mistake. If fault address has FAULT_CODE_ITLB and
FAULT_CODE_DTLB bits, BUG() may occur in do_sparc64_fault().
Therefore, %g4, %g5 should be swapped in winfix_mna.

Signed-off-by: Hisashi Kanda <>

This patch is applied to linux-4.7 rc3

diff --git a/arch/sparc/kernel/misctrap.S b/arch/sparc/kernel/misctrap.S
index 34b4933..0cfb367 100644
--- a/arch/sparc/kernel/misctrap.S
+++ b/arch/sparc/kernel/misctrap.S
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ do_mna:
ldxa [%g3] ASI_DMMU, %g5
stxa %g0, [%g3] ASI_DMMU ! Clear FaultValid bit
membar #Sync
- bgu,pn %icc, winfix_mna
+ bgu,pn %icc, winfix_mna_swap
rdpr %tpc, %g3

1: sethi %hi(109f), %g7
diff --git a/arch/sparc/kernel/winfixup.S b/arch/sparc/kernel/winfixup.S
index 855019a..8359a1b 100644
--- a/arch/sparc/kernel/winfixup.S
+++ b/arch/sparc/kernel/winfixup.S
@@ -103,6 +103,11 @@ spill_fixup_dax:
add %sp, PTREGS_OFF, %o0
ba,a,pt %xcc, rtrap

+ mov %g4, %g3 ! swapping %g4 and %g5 using %g3
+ mov %g5, %g4 ! %g4=SFSR
+ mov %g3, %g5 ! %g5=SFAR
+ rdpr %tpc, %g3
andn %g3, 0x7f, %g3
add %g3, 0x78, %g3
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