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* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2, as
* published by the Free Software Foundation.
* Copyright 2012 Paul Mackerras, IBM Corp. <>
#include <linux/types.h>
#include <linux/string.h>
#include <linux/kvm.h>
#include <linux/kvm_host.h>
#include <linux/kernel.h>
#include <asm/opal.h>
#include <asm/mce.h>
#include <asm/machdep.h>
#include <asm/cputhreads.h>
#include <asm/hmi.h>
#include <asm/kvm_ppc.h>
/* SRR1 bits for machine check on POWER7 */
#define SRR1_MC_LDSTERR (1ul << (63-42))
#define SRR1_MC_IFETCH_SH (63-45)
#define SRR1_MC_IFETCH_MASK 0x7
#define SRR1_MC_IFETCH_SLBPAR 2 /* SLB parity error */
#define SRR1_MC_IFETCH_SLBMULTI 3 /* SLB multi-hit */
#define SRR1_MC_IFETCH_SLBPARMULTI 4 /* SLB parity + multi-hit */
#define SRR1_MC_IFETCH_TLBMULTI 5 /* I-TLB multi-hit */
/* DSISR bits for machine check on POWER7 */
#define DSISR_MC_DERAT_MULTI 0x800 /* D-ERAT multi-hit */
#define DSISR_MC_TLB_MULTI 0x400 /* D-TLB multi-hit */
#define DSISR_MC_SLB_PARITY 0x100 /* SLB parity error */
#define DSISR_MC_SLB_MULTI 0x080 /* SLB multi-hit */
#define DSISR_MC_SLB_PARMULTI 0x040 /* SLB parity + multi-hit */
/* POWER7 SLB flush and reload */
static void reload_slb(struct kvm_vcpu *vcpu)
struct slb_shadow *slb;
unsigned long i, n;
/* First clear out SLB */
asm volatile("slbmte %0,%0; slbia" : : "r" (0));
/* Do they have an SLB shadow buffer registered? */
slb = vcpu->arch.slb_shadow.pinned_addr;
if (!slb)
/* Sanity check */
n = min_t(u32, be32_to_cpu(slb->persistent), SLB_MIN_SIZE);
if ((void *) &slb->save_area[n] > vcpu->arch.slb_shadow.pinned_end)
/* Load up the SLB from that */
for (i = 0; i < n; ++i) {
unsigned long rb = be64_to_cpu(slb->save_area[i].esid);
unsigned long rs = be64_to_cpu(slb->save_area[i].vsid);
rb = (rb & ~0xFFFul) | i; /* insert entry number */
asm volatile("slbmte %0,%1" : : "r" (rs), "r" (rb));
* On POWER7, see if we can handle a machine check that occurred inside
* the guest in real mode, without switching to the host partition.
* Returns: 0 => exit guest, 1 => deliver machine check to guest
static long kvmppc_realmode_mc_power7(struct kvm_vcpu *vcpu)
unsigned long srr1 = vcpu->arch.shregs.msr;
struct machine_check_event mce_evt;
long handled = 1;
if (srr1 & SRR1_MC_LDSTERR) {
/* error on load/store */
unsigned long dsisr = vcpu->arch.shregs.dsisr;
/* flush and reload SLB; flushes D-ERAT too */
if (dsisr & DSISR_MC_TLB_MULTI) {
if (cur_cpu_spec && cur_cpu_spec->flush_tlb)
/* Any other errors we don't understand? */
if (dsisr & 0xffffffffUL)
handled = 0;
switch ((srr1 >> SRR1_MC_IFETCH_SH) & SRR1_MC_IFETCH_MASK) {
case 0:
if (cur_cpu_spec && cur_cpu_spec->flush_tlb)
handled = 0;
* See if we have already handled the condition in the linux host.
* We assume that if the condition is recovered then linux host
* will have generated an error log event that we will pick
* up and log later.
* Don't release mce event now. We will queue up the event so that
* we can log the MCE event info on host console.
if (!get_mce_event(&mce_evt, MCE_EVENT_DONTRELEASE))
goto out;
if (mce_evt.version == MCE_V1 &&
(mce_evt.severity == MCE_SEV_NO_ERROR ||
mce_evt.disposition == MCE_DISPOSITION_RECOVERED))
handled = 1;
* For guest that supports FWNMI capability, hook the MCE event into
* vcpu structure. We are going to exit the guest with KVM_EXIT_NMI
* exit reason. On our way to exit we will pull this event from vcpu
* structure and print it from thread 0 of the core/subcore.
* For guest that does not support FWNMI capability (old QEMU):
* We are now going enter guest either through machine check
* interrupt (for unhandled errors) or will continue from
* current HSRR0 (for handled errors) in guest. Hence
* queue up the event so that we can log it from host console later.
if (vcpu->kvm->arch.fwnmi_enabled) {
* Hook up the mce event on to vcpu structure.
* First clear the old event.
memset(&vcpu->arch.mce_evt, 0, sizeof(vcpu->arch.mce_evt));
if (get_mce_event(&mce_evt, MCE_EVENT_RELEASE)) {
vcpu->arch.mce_evt = mce_evt;
} else
return handled;
long kvmppc_realmode_machine_check(struct kvm_vcpu *vcpu)
return kvmppc_realmode_mc_power7(vcpu);
/* Check if dynamic split is in force and return subcore size accordingly. */
static inline int kvmppc_cur_subcore_size(void)
if (local_paca->kvm_hstate.kvm_split_mode)
return local_paca->kvm_hstate.kvm_split_mode->subcore_size;
return threads_per_subcore;
void kvmppc_subcore_enter_guest(void)
int thread_id, subcore_id;
thread_id = cpu_thread_in_core(local_paca->paca_index);
subcore_id = thread_id / kvmppc_cur_subcore_size();
local_paca->sibling_subcore_state->in_guest[subcore_id] = 1;
void kvmppc_subcore_exit_guest(void)
int thread_id, subcore_id;
thread_id = cpu_thread_in_core(local_paca->paca_index);
subcore_id = thread_id / kvmppc_cur_subcore_size();
local_paca->sibling_subcore_state->in_guest[subcore_id] = 0;
static bool kvmppc_tb_resync_required(void)
if (test_and_set_bit(CORE_TB_RESYNC_REQ_BIT,
return false;
return true;
static void kvmppc_tb_resync_done(void)
* kvmppc_realmode_hmi_handler() is called only by primary thread during
* guest exit path.
* There are multiple reasons why HMI could occur, one of them is
* Timebase (TB) error. If this HMI is due to TB error, then TB would
* have been in stopped state. The opal hmi handler Will fix it and
* restore the TB value with host timebase value. For HMI caused due
* to non-TB errors, opal hmi handler will not touch/restore TB register
* and hence there won't be any change in TB value.
* Since we are not sure about the cause of this HMI, we can't be sure
* about the content of TB register whether it holds guest or host timebase
* value. Hence the idea is to resync the TB on every HMI, so that we
* know about the exact state of the TB value. Resync TB call will
* restore TB to host timebase.
* Things to consider:
* - On TB error, HMI interrupt is reported on all the threads of the core
* that has encountered TB error irrespective of split-core mode.
* - The very first thread on the core that get chance to fix TB error
* would rsync the TB with local chipTOD value.
* - The resync TB is a core level action i.e. it will sync all the TBs
* in that core independent of split-core mode. This means if we trigger
* TB sync from a thread from one subcore, it would affect TB values of
* sibling subcores of the same core.
* All threads need to co-ordinate before making opal hmi handler.
* All threads will use sibling_subcore_state->in_guest[] (shared by all
* threads in the core) in paca which holds information about whether
* sibling subcores are in Guest mode or host mode. The in_guest[] array
* is of size MAX_SUBCORE_PER_CORE=4, indexed using subcore id to set/unset
* subcore status. Only primary threads from each subcore is responsible
* to set/unset its designated array element while entering/exiting the
* guset.
* After invoking opal hmi handler call, one of the thread (of entire core)
* will need to resync the TB. Bit 63 from subcore state bitmap flags
* (sibling_subcore_state->flags) will be used to co-ordinate between
* primary threads to decide who takes up the responsibility.
* This is what we do:
* - Primary thread from each subcore tries to set resync required bit[63]
* of paca->sibling_subcore_state->flags.
* - The first primary thread that is able to set the flag takes the
* responsibility of TB resync. (Let us call it as thread leader)
* - All other threads which are in host will call
* wait_for_subcore_guest_exit() and wait for in_guest[0-3] from
* paca->sibling_subcore_state to get cleared.
* - All the primary thread will clear its subcore status from subcore
* state in_guest[] array respectively.
* - Once all primary threads clear in_guest[0-3], all of them will invoke
* opal hmi handler.
* - Now all threads will wait for TB resync to complete by invoking
* wait_for_tb_resync() except the thread leader.
* - Thread leader will do a TB resync by invoking opal_resync_timebase()
* call and the it will clear the resync required bit.
* - All other threads will now come out of resync wait loop and proceed
* with individual execution.
* - On return of this function, primary thread will signal all
* secondary threads to proceed.
* - All secondary threads will eventually call opal hmi handler on
* their exit path.
long kvmppc_realmode_hmi_handler(void)
int ptid = local_paca->kvm_hstate.ptid;
bool resync_req;
/* This is only called on primary thread. */
BUG_ON(ptid != 0);
* By now primary thread has already completed guest->host
* partition switch but haven't signaled secondaries yet.
* All the secondary threads on this subcore is waiting
* for primary thread to signal them to go ahead.
* For threads from subcore which isn't in guest, they all will
* wait until all other subcores on this core exit the guest.
* Now set the resync required bit. If you are the first to
* set this bit then kvmppc_tb_resync_required() function will
* return true. For rest all other subcores
* kvmppc_tb_resync_required() will return false.
* If resync_req == true, then this thread is responsible to
* initiate TB resync after hmi handler has completed.
* All other threads on this core will wait until this thread
* clears the resync required bit flag.
resync_req = kvmppc_tb_resync_required();
/* Reset the subcore status to indicate it has exited guest */
* Wait for other subcores on this core to exit the guest.
* All the primary threads and threads from subcore that are
* not in guest will wait here until all subcores are out
* of guest context.
* At this point we are sure that primary threads from each
* subcore on this core have completed guest->host partition
* switch. Now it is safe to call HMI handler.
if (ppc_md.hmi_exception_early)
* Check if this thread is responsible to resync TB.
* All other threads will wait until this thread completes the
* TB resync.
if (resync_req) {
/* Reset TB resync req bit */
} else {
return 0;