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SubjectRE: [PATCH v5 12/16] PCI: Add pci_iomap_host_shared(), pci_iomap_host_shared_range()
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> On Thu, Oct 14, 2021 at 07:27:42AM +0000, Reshetova, Elena wrote:
> > > On Thu, Oct 14, 2021 at 06:32:32AM +0000, Reshetova, Elena wrote:
> > > > > On Tue, Oct 12, 2021 at 06:36:16PM +0000, Reshetova, Elena wrote:
> > > > > > > The 5.15 tree has something like ~2.4k IO accesses (including MMIO and
> > > > > > > others) in init functions that also register drivers (thanks Elena for
> > > > > > > the number)
> > > > > >
> > > > > > To provide more numbers on this. What I can see so far from a smatch-
> based
> > > > > > analysis, we have 409 __init style functions (.probe & builtin/module_
> > > > > > _platform_driver_probe excluded) for 5.15 with allyesconfig.
> > > > >
> > > > > I don't think we care about allyesconfig at all though.
> > > > > Just don't do that.
> > > > > How about allmodconfig? This is closer to what distros actually do.
> > > >
> > > > It does not make any difference really for the content of the /drivers/*:
> > > > gives 408 __init style functions doing IO (.probe & builtin/module_
> > > > > > _platform_driver_probe excluded) for 5.15 with allmodconfig:
> > > >
> > > > ['doc200x_ident_chip',
> > > > 'doc_probe', 'doc2001_init', 'mtd_speedtest_init',
> > > > 'mtd_nandbiterrs_init', 'mtd_oobtest_init', 'mtd_pagetest_init',
> > > > 'tort_init', 'mtd_subpagetest_init', 'fixup_pmc551',
> > > > 'doc_set_driver_info', 'init_amd76xrom', 'init_l440gx',
> > > > 'init_sc520cdp', 'init_ichxrom', 'init_ck804xrom', 'init_esb2rom',
> > > > 'probe_acpi_namespace_devices', 'amd_iommu_init_pci', 'state_next',
> > > > 'arm_v7s_do_selftests', 'arm_lpae_run_tests', 'init_iommu_one',
> > >
> > > Um. ARM? Which architecture is this build for?
> >
> > The list of smatch IO findings is built for x86, but the smatch cross function
> > database covers all archs, so when queried for all potential function callers,
> > it would show non x86 arch call chains also.
> >
> > Here is the original x86 finding and call chain for the 'arm_v7s_do_selftests':
> >
> > Detected low-level IO from arm_v7s_do_selftests in fun
> > __iommu_queue_command_sync
> >
> > drivers/iommu/amd/iommu.c:1025 __iommu_queue_command_sync() error:
> > {15002074744551330002}
> > 'check_host_input' read from the host using function 'readl' to a
> > member of the structure 'iommu->cmd_buf_head';
> >
> > __iommu_queue_command_sync()
> > iommu_completion_wait()
> > amd_iommu_domain_flush_complete()
> > iommu_v1_map_page()
> > arm_v7s_do_selftests()
> >
> > So, the results can be further filtered if you want a specified arch.
>
> So what is it just for x86? Could you tell?

I can probably figure out how to do additional filtering here, but does
it really matter for the case that is being discussed here? Andi's point was
that there quite many existing places in the kernel when low-level IO
happens before the probe stage. So I brought these numbers here.
What do you plan to do with the pure x86 results?

And here are the full results for allyesconfig, if anyone is interested (just got permission to create
the repository today):
https://github.com/intel/ccc-linux-guest-hardening/tree/master/audit/sample_output/5.15-rc1
We will be pushing to this repo all the scripts and fuzzing setups we use as part of
our Linux guest hardening effort for confidential cloud computing, but it is going to take
some time to get all the approvals collected.

Best Regards,
Elena.

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