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dl-tls.c

/* Thread-local storage handling in the ELF dynamic linker.  Generic version.
   Copyright (C) 2002,2003,2004,2005,2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
   This file is part of the GNU C Library.

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   License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
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   Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA
   02111-1307 USA.  */

#include <assert.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <libintl.h>
#include <signal.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <sys/param.h>

#include <tls.h>
#include <dl-tls.h>
#include <ldsodefs.h>

/* Amount of excess space to allocate in the static TLS area
   to allow dynamic loading of modules defining IE-model TLS data.  */
#define TLS_STATIC_SURPLUS    64 + DL_NNS * 100

/* Value used for dtv entries for which the allocation is delayed.  */
#define TLS_DTV_UNALLOCATED   ((void *) -1l)


/* Out-of-memory handler.  */
#ifdef SHARED
static void
__attribute__ ((__noreturn__))
oom (void)
{
  _dl_fatal_printf ("cannot allocate memory for thread-local data: ABORT\n");
}
#endif


size_t
internal_function
_dl_next_tls_modid (void)
{
  size_t result;

  if (__builtin_expect (GL(dl_tls_dtv_gaps), false))
    {
      size_t disp = 0;
      struct dtv_slotinfo_list *runp = GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list);

      /* Note that this branch will never be executed during program
       start since there are no gaps at that time.  Therefore it
       does not matter that the dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo is not allocated
       yet when the function is called for the first times.

       NB: the offset +1 is due to the fact that DTV[0] is used
       for something else.  */
      result = GL(dl_tls_static_nelem) + 1;
      if (result <= GL(dl_tls_max_dtv_idx))
      do
        {
          while (result - disp < runp->len)
            {
            if (runp->slotinfo[result - disp].map == NULL)
              break;

            ++result;
            assert (result <= GL(dl_tls_max_dtv_idx) + 1);
            }

          if (result - disp < runp->len)
            break;

          disp += runp->len;
        }
      while ((runp = runp->next) != NULL);

      if (result > GL(dl_tls_max_dtv_idx))
      {
        /* The new index must indeed be exactly one higher than the
           previous high.  */
        assert (result == GL(dl_tls_max_dtv_idx) + 1);
        /* There is no gap anymore.  */
        GL(dl_tls_dtv_gaps) = false;

        goto nogaps;
      }
    }
  else
    {
      /* No gaps, allocate a new entry.  */
    nogaps:

      result = ++GL(dl_tls_max_dtv_idx);
    }

  return result;
}


#ifdef SHARED
void
internal_function
_dl_determine_tlsoffset (void)
{
  size_t max_align = TLS_TCB_ALIGN;
  size_t freetop = 0;
  size_t freebottom = 0;

  /* The first element of the dtv slot info list is allocated.  */
  assert (GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list) != NULL);
  /* There is at this point only one element in the
     dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list list.  */
  assert (GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list)->next == NULL);

  struct dtv_slotinfo *slotinfo = GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list)->slotinfo;

  /* Determining the offset of the various parts of the static TLS
     block has several dependencies.  In addition we have to work
     around bugs in some toolchains.

     Each TLS block from the objects available at link time has a size
     and an alignment requirement.  The GNU ld computes the alignment
     requirements for the data at the positions *in the file*, though.
     I.e, it is not simply possible to allocate a block with the size
     of the TLS program header entry.  The data is layed out assuming
     that the first byte of the TLS block fulfills

       p_vaddr mod p_align == &TLS_BLOCK mod p_align

     This means we have to add artificial padding at the beginning of
     the TLS block.  These bytes are never used for the TLS data in
     this module but the first byte allocated must be aligned
     according to mod p_align == 0 so that the first byte of the TLS
     block is aligned according to p_vaddr mod p_align.  This is ugly
     and the linker can help by computing the offsets in the TLS block
     assuming the first byte of the TLS block is aligned according to
     p_align.

     The extra space which might be allocated before the first byte of
     the TLS block need not go unused.  The code below tries to use
     that memory for the next TLS block.  This can work if the total
     memory requirement for the next TLS block is smaller than the
     gap.  */

#if TLS_TCB_AT_TP
  /* We simply start with zero.  */
  size_t offset = 0;

  for (size_t cnt = 0; slotinfo[cnt].map != NULL; ++cnt)
    {
      assert (cnt < GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list)->len);

      size_t firstbyte = (-slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_firstbyte_offset
                    & (slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_align - 1));
      size_t off;
      max_align = MAX (max_align, slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_align);

      if (freebottom - freetop >= slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_blocksize)
      {
        off = roundup (freetop + slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_blocksize
                   - firstbyte, slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_align)
            + firstbyte;
        if (off <= freebottom)
          {
            freetop = off;

            /* XXX For some architectures we perhaps should store the
             negative offset.  */
            slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_offset = off;
            continue;
          }
      }

      off = roundup (offset + slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_blocksize - firstbyte,
                 slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_align) + firstbyte;
      if (off > offset + slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_blocksize
            + (freebottom - freetop))
      {
        freetop = offset;
        freebottom = off - slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_blocksize;
      }
      offset = off;

      /* XXX For some architectures we perhaps should store the
       negative offset.  */
      slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_offset = off;
    }

  GL(dl_tls_static_used) = offset;
  GL(dl_tls_static_size) = (roundup (offset + TLS_STATIC_SURPLUS, max_align)
                      + TLS_TCB_SIZE);
#elif TLS_DTV_AT_TP
  /* The TLS blocks start right after the TCB.  */
  size_t offset = TLS_TCB_SIZE;

  for (size_t cnt = 0; slotinfo[cnt].map != NULL; ++cnt)
    {
      assert (cnt < GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list)->len);

      size_t firstbyte = (-slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_firstbyte_offset
                    & (slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_align - 1));
      size_t off;
      max_align = MAX (max_align, slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_align);

      if (slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_blocksize <= freetop - freebottom)
      {
        off = roundup (freebottom, slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_align);
        if (off - freebottom < firstbyte)
          off += slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_align;
        if (off + slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_blocksize - firstbyte <= freetop)
          {
            slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_offset = off - firstbyte;
            freebottom = (off + slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_blocksize
                      - firstbyte);
            continue;
          }
      }

      off = roundup (offset, slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_align);
      if (off - offset < firstbyte)
      off += slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_align;

      slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_offset = off - firstbyte;
      if (off - firstbyte - offset > freetop - freebottom)
      {
        freebottom = offset;
        freetop = off - firstbyte;
      }

      offset = off + slotinfo[cnt].map->l_tls_blocksize - firstbyte;
    }

  GL(dl_tls_static_used) = offset;
  GL(dl_tls_static_size) = roundup (offset + TLS_STATIC_SURPLUS,
                            TLS_TCB_ALIGN);
#else
# error "Either TLS_TCB_AT_TP or TLS_DTV_AT_TP must be defined"
#endif

  /* The alignment requirement for the static TLS block.  */
  GL(dl_tls_static_align) = max_align;
}


/* This is called only when the data structure setup was skipped at startup,
   when there was no need for it then.  Now we have dynamically loaded
   something needing TLS, or libpthread needs it.  */
int
internal_function
_dl_tls_setup (void)
{
  assert (GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list) == NULL);
  assert (GL(dl_tls_max_dtv_idx) == 0);

  const size_t nelem = 2 + TLS_SLOTINFO_SURPLUS;

  GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list)
    = calloc (1, (sizeof (struct dtv_slotinfo_list)
              + nelem * sizeof (struct dtv_slotinfo)));
  if (GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list) == NULL)
    return -1;

  GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list)->len = nelem;

  /* Number of elements in the static TLS block.  It can't be zero
     because of various assumptions.  The one element is null.  */
  GL(dl_tls_static_nelem) = GL(dl_tls_max_dtv_idx) = 1;

  /* This initializes more variables for us.  */
  _dl_determine_tlsoffset ();

  return 0;
}
rtld_hidden_def (_dl_tls_setup)
#endif

static void *
internal_function
allocate_dtv (void *result)
{
  dtv_t *dtv;
  size_t dtv_length;

  /* We allocate a few more elements in the dtv than are needed for the
     initial set of modules.  This should avoid in most cases expansions
     of the dtv.  */
  dtv_length = GL(dl_tls_max_dtv_idx) + DTV_SURPLUS;
  dtv = calloc (dtv_length + 2, sizeof (dtv_t));
  if (dtv != NULL)
    {
      /* This is the initial length of the dtv.  */
      dtv[0].counter = dtv_length;

      /* The rest of the dtv (including the generation counter) is
       Initialize with zero to indicate nothing there.  */

      /* Add the dtv to the thread data structures.  */
      INSTALL_DTV (result, dtv);
    }
  else
    result = NULL;

  return result;
}


/* Get size and alignment requirements of the static TLS block.  */
void
internal_function
_dl_get_tls_static_info (size_t *sizep, size_t *alignp)
{
  *sizep = GL(dl_tls_static_size);
  *alignp = GL(dl_tls_static_align);
}


void *
internal_function
_dl_allocate_tls_storage (void)
{
  void *result;
  size_t size = GL(dl_tls_static_size);

#if TLS_DTV_AT_TP
  /* Memory layout is:
     [ TLS_PRE_TCB_SIZE ] [ TLS_TCB_SIZE ] [ TLS blocks ]
                    ^ This should be returned.  */
  size += (TLS_PRE_TCB_SIZE + GL(dl_tls_static_align) - 1)
        & ~(GL(dl_tls_static_align) - 1);
#endif

  /* Allocate a correctly aligned chunk of memory.  */
  result = __libc_memalign (GL(dl_tls_static_align), size);
  if (__builtin_expect (result != NULL, 1))
    {
      /* Allocate the DTV.  */
      void *allocated = result;

#if TLS_TCB_AT_TP
      /* The TCB follows the TLS blocks.  */
      result = (char *) result + size - TLS_TCB_SIZE;

      /* Clear the TCB data structure.  We can't ask the caller (i.e.
       libpthread) to do it, because we will initialize the DTV et al.  */
      memset (result, '\0', TLS_TCB_SIZE);
#elif TLS_DTV_AT_TP
      result = (char *) result + size - GL(dl_tls_static_size);

      /* Clear the TCB data structure and TLS_PRE_TCB_SIZE bytes before it.
       We can't ask the caller (i.e. libpthread) to do it, because we will
       initialize the DTV et al.  */
      memset ((char *) result - TLS_PRE_TCB_SIZE, '\0',
            TLS_PRE_TCB_SIZE + TLS_TCB_SIZE);
#endif

      result = allocate_dtv (result);
      if (result == NULL)
      free (allocated);
    }

  return result;
}


void *
internal_function
_dl_allocate_tls_init (void *result)
{
  if (result == NULL)
    /* The memory allocation failed.  */
    return NULL;

  dtv_t *dtv = GET_DTV (result);
  struct dtv_slotinfo_list *listp;
  size_t total = 0;
  size_t maxgen = 0;

  /* We have to prepare the dtv for all currently loaded modules using
     TLS.  For those which are dynamically loaded we add the values
     indicating deferred allocation.  */
  listp = GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list);
  while (1)
    {
      size_t cnt;

      for (cnt = total == 0 ? 1 : 0; cnt < listp->len; ++cnt)
      {
        struct link_map *map;
        void *dest;

        /* Check for the total number of used slots.  */
        if (total + cnt > GL(dl_tls_max_dtv_idx))
          break;

        map = listp->slotinfo[cnt].map;
        if (map == NULL)
          /* Unused entry.  */
          continue;

        /* Keep track of the maximum generation number.  This might
           not be the generation counter.  */
        maxgen = MAX (maxgen, listp->slotinfo[cnt].gen);

        if (map->l_tls_offset == NO_TLS_OFFSET)
          {
            /* For dynamically loaded modules we simply store
             the value indicating deferred allocation.  */
            dtv[map->l_tls_modid].pointer.val = TLS_DTV_UNALLOCATED;
            dtv[map->l_tls_modid].pointer.is_static = false;
            continue;
          }

        assert (map->l_tls_modid == cnt);
        assert (map->l_tls_blocksize >= map->l_tls_initimage_size);
#if TLS_TCB_AT_TP
        assert ((size_t) map->l_tls_offset >= map->l_tls_blocksize);
        dest = (char *) result - map->l_tls_offset;
#elif TLS_DTV_AT_TP
        dest = (char *) result + map->l_tls_offset;
#else
# error "Either TLS_TCB_AT_TP or TLS_DTV_AT_TP must be defined"
#endif

        /* Copy the initialization image and clear the BSS part.  */
        dtv[map->l_tls_modid].pointer.val = dest;
        dtv[map->l_tls_modid].pointer.is_static = true;
        memset (__mempcpy (dest, map->l_tls_initimage,
                       map->l_tls_initimage_size), '\0',
              map->l_tls_blocksize - map->l_tls_initimage_size);
      }

      total += cnt;
      if (total >= GL(dl_tls_max_dtv_idx))
      break;

      listp = listp->next;
      assert (listp != NULL);
    }

  /* The DTV version is up-to-date now.  */
  dtv[0].counter = maxgen;

  return result;
}
rtld_hidden_def (_dl_allocate_tls_init)

void *
internal_function
_dl_allocate_tls (void *mem)
{
  return _dl_allocate_tls_init (mem == NULL
                        ? _dl_allocate_tls_storage ()
                        : allocate_dtv (mem));
}
rtld_hidden_def (_dl_allocate_tls)


void
internal_function
_dl_deallocate_tls (void *tcb, bool dealloc_tcb)
{
  dtv_t *dtv = GET_DTV (tcb);

  /* We need to free the memory allocated for non-static TLS.  */
  for (size_t cnt = 0; cnt < dtv[-1].counter; ++cnt)
    if (! dtv[1 + cnt].pointer.is_static
      && dtv[1 + cnt].pointer.val != TLS_DTV_UNALLOCATED)
      free (dtv[1 + cnt].pointer.val);

  /* The array starts with dtv[-1].  */
#ifdef SHARED
  if (dtv != GL(dl_initial_dtv))
#endif
    free (dtv - 1);

  if (dealloc_tcb)
    {
#if TLS_TCB_AT_TP
      /* The TCB follows the TLS blocks.  Back up to free the whole block.  */
      tcb -= GL(dl_tls_static_size) - TLS_TCB_SIZE;
#elif TLS_DTV_AT_TP
      /* Back up the TLS_PRE_TCB_SIZE bytes.  */
      tcb -= (TLS_PRE_TCB_SIZE + GL(dl_tls_static_align) - 1)
           & ~(GL(dl_tls_static_align) - 1);
#endif
      free (tcb);
    }
}
rtld_hidden_def (_dl_deallocate_tls)


#ifdef SHARED
/* The __tls_get_addr function has two basic forms which differ in the
   arguments.  The IA-64 form takes two parameters, the module ID and
   offset.  The form used, among others, on IA-32 takes a reference to
   a special structure which contain the same information.  The second
   form seems to be more often used (in the moment) so we default to
   it.  Users of the IA-64 form have to provide adequate definitions
   of the following macros.  */
# ifndef GET_ADDR_ARGS
#  define GET_ADDR_ARGS tls_index *ti
# endif
# ifndef GET_ADDR_MODULE
#  define GET_ADDR_MODULE ti->ti_module
# endif
# ifndef GET_ADDR_OFFSET
#  define GET_ADDR_OFFSET ti->ti_offset
# endif


static void *
allocate_and_init (struct link_map *map)
{
  void *newp;

  newp = __libc_memalign (map->l_tls_align, map->l_tls_blocksize);
  if (newp == NULL)
    oom ();

  /* Initialize the memory.  */
  memset (__mempcpy (newp, map->l_tls_initimage, map->l_tls_initimage_size),
        '\0', map->l_tls_blocksize - map->l_tls_initimage_size);

  return newp;
}


struct link_map *
_dl_update_slotinfo (unsigned long int req_modid)
{
  struct link_map *the_map = NULL;
  dtv_t *dtv = THREAD_DTV ();

  /* The global dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo array contains for each module
     index the generation counter current when the entry was created.
     This array never shrinks so that all module indices which were
     valid at some time can be used to access it.  Before the first
     use of a new module index in this function the array was extended
     appropriately.  Access also does not have to be guarded against
     modifications of the array.  It is assumed that pointer-size
     values can be read atomically even in SMP environments.  It is
     possible that other threads at the same time dynamically load
     code and therefore add to the slotinfo list.  This is a problem
     since we must not pick up any information about incomplete work.
     The solution to this is to ignore all dtv slots which were
     created after the one we are currently interested.  We know that
     dynamic loading for this module is completed and this is the last
     load operation we know finished.  */
  unsigned long int idx = req_modid;
  struct dtv_slotinfo_list *listp = GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list);

  while (idx >= listp->len)
    {
      idx -= listp->len;
      listp = listp->next;
    }

  if (dtv[0].counter < listp->slotinfo[idx].gen)
    {
      /* The generation counter for the slot is higher than what the
       current dtv implements.  We have to update the whole dtv but
       only those entries with a generation counter <= the one for
       the entry we need.  */
      size_t new_gen = listp->slotinfo[idx].gen;
      size_t total = 0;

      /* We have to look through the entire dtv slotinfo list.  */
      listp =  GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list);
      do
      {
        for (size_t cnt = total == 0 ? 1 : 0; cnt < listp->len; ++cnt)
          {
            size_t gen = listp->slotinfo[cnt].gen;

            if (gen > new_gen)
            /* This is a slot for a generation younger than the
               one we are handling now.  It might be incompletely
               set up so ignore it.  */
            continue;

            /* If the entry is older than the current dtv layout we
             know we don't have to handle it.  */
            if (gen <= dtv[0].counter)
            continue;

            /* If there is no map this means the entry is empty.  */
            struct link_map *map = listp->slotinfo[cnt].map;
            if (map == NULL)
            {
              /* If this modid was used at some point the memory
                 might still be allocated.  */
              if (! dtv[total + cnt].pointer.is_static
                  && dtv[total + cnt].pointer.val != TLS_DTV_UNALLOCATED)
                {
                  free (dtv[total + cnt].pointer.val);
                  dtv[total + cnt].pointer.val = TLS_DTV_UNALLOCATED;
                }

              continue;
            }

            /* Check whether the current dtv array is large enough.  */
            size_t modid = map->l_tls_modid;
            assert (total + cnt == modid);
            if (dtv[-1].counter < modid)
            {
              /* Reallocate the dtv.  */
              dtv_t *newp;
              size_t newsize = GL(dl_tls_max_dtv_idx) + DTV_SURPLUS;
              size_t oldsize = dtv[-1].counter;

              assert (map->l_tls_modid <= newsize);

              if (dtv == GL(dl_initial_dtv))
                {
                  /* This is the initial dtv that was allocated
                   during rtld startup using the dl-minimal.c
                   malloc instead of the real malloc.  We can't
                   free it, we have to abandon the old storage.  */

                  newp = malloc ((2 + newsize) * sizeof (dtv_t));
                  if (newp == NULL)
                  oom ();
                  memcpy (newp, &dtv[-1], oldsize * sizeof (dtv_t));
                }
              else
                {
                  newp = realloc (&dtv[-1],
                              (2 + newsize) * sizeof (dtv_t));
                  if (newp == NULL)
                  oom ();
                }

              newp[0].counter = newsize;

              /* Clear the newly allocated part.  */
              memset (newp + 2 + oldsize, '\0',
                    (newsize - oldsize) * sizeof (dtv_t));

              /* Point dtv to the generation counter.  */
              dtv = &newp[1];

              /* Install this new dtv in the thread data
                 structures.  */
              INSTALL_NEW_DTV (dtv);
            }

            /* If there is currently memory allocate for this
             dtv entry free it.  */
            /* XXX Ideally we will at some point create a memory
             pool.  */
            if (! dtv[modid].pointer.is_static
              && dtv[modid].pointer.val != TLS_DTV_UNALLOCATED)
            /* Note that free is called for NULL is well.  We
               deallocate even if it is this dtv entry we are
               supposed to load.  The reason is that we call
               memalign and not malloc.  */
            free (dtv[modid].pointer.val);

            /* This module is loaded dynamically- We defer memory
             allocation.  */
            dtv[modid].pointer.is_static = false;
            dtv[modid].pointer.val = TLS_DTV_UNALLOCATED;

            if (modid == req_modid)
            the_map = map;
          }

        total += listp->len;
      }
      while ((listp = listp->next) != NULL);

      /* This will be the new maximum generation counter.  */
      dtv[0].counter = new_gen;
    }

  return the_map;
}


/* The generic dynamic and local dynamic model cannot be used in
   statically linked applications.  */
void *
__tls_get_addr (GET_ADDR_ARGS)
{
  dtv_t *dtv = THREAD_DTV ();
  struct link_map *the_map = NULL;
  void *p;

  if (__builtin_expect (dtv[0].counter != GL(dl_tls_generation), 0))
    the_map = _dl_update_slotinfo (GET_ADDR_MODULE);

  p = dtv[GET_ADDR_MODULE].pointer.val;

  if (__builtin_expect (p == TLS_DTV_UNALLOCATED, 0))
    {
      /* The allocation was deferred.  Do it now.  */
      if (the_map == NULL)
      {
        /* Find the link map for this module.  */
        size_t idx = GET_ADDR_MODULE;
        struct dtv_slotinfo_list *listp = GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list);

        while (idx >= listp->len)
          {
            idx -= listp->len;
            listp = listp->next;
          }

        the_map = listp->slotinfo[idx].map;
      }

      p = dtv[GET_ADDR_MODULE].pointer.val = allocate_and_init (the_map);
      dtv[GET_ADDR_MODULE].pointer.is_static = false;
    }

  return (char *) p + GET_ADDR_OFFSET;
}
#endif


/* Look up the module's TLS block as for __tls_get_addr,
   but never touch anything.  Return null if it's not allocated yet.  */
void *
internal_function
_dl_tls_get_addr_soft (struct link_map *l)
{
  if (__builtin_expect (l->l_tls_modid == 0, 0))
    /* This module has no TLS segment.  */
    return NULL;

  dtv_t *dtv = THREAD_DTV ();
  if (__builtin_expect (dtv[0].counter != GL(dl_tls_generation), 0))
    {
      /* This thread's DTV is not completely current,
       but it might already cover this module.  */

      if (l->l_tls_modid >= dtv[-1].counter)
      /* Nope.  */
      return NULL;

      size_t idx = l->l_tls_modid;
      struct dtv_slotinfo_list *listp = GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list);
      while (idx >= listp->len)
      {
        idx -= listp->len;
        listp = listp->next;
      }

      /* We've reached the slot for this module.
       If its generation counter is higher than the DTV's,
       this thread does not know about this module yet.  */
      if (dtv[0].counter < listp->slotinfo[idx].gen)
      return NULL;
    }

  void *data = dtv[l->l_tls_modid].pointer.val;
  if (__builtin_expect (data == TLS_DTV_UNALLOCATED, 0))
    /* The DTV is current, but this thread has not yet needed
       to allocate this module's segment.  */
    data = NULL;

  return data;
}


void
_dl_add_to_slotinfo (struct link_map *l)
{
  /* Now that we know the object is loaded successfully add
     modules containing TLS data to the dtv info table.  We
     might have to increase its size.  */
  struct dtv_slotinfo_list *listp;
  struct dtv_slotinfo_list *prevp;
  size_t idx = l->l_tls_modid;

  /* Find the place in the dtv slotinfo list.  */
  listp = GL(dl_tls_dtv_slotinfo_list);
  prevp = NULL;         /* Needed to shut up gcc.  */
  do
    {
      /* Does it fit in the array of this list element?  */
      if (idx < listp->len)
      break;
      idx -= listp->len;
      prevp = listp;
      listp = listp->next;
    }
  while (listp != NULL);

  if (listp == NULL)
    {
      /* When we come here it means we have to add a new element
       to the slotinfo list.  And the new module must be in
       the first slot.  */
      assert (idx == 0);

      listp = prevp->next = (struct dtv_slotinfo_list *)
      malloc (sizeof (struct dtv_slotinfo_list)
            + TLS_SLOTINFO_SURPLUS * sizeof (struct dtv_slotinfo));
      if (listp == NULL)
      {
        /* We ran out of memory.  We will simply fail this
           call but don't undo anything we did so far.  The
           application will crash or be terminated anyway very
           soon.  */

        /* We have to do this since some entries in the dtv
           slotinfo array might already point to this
           generation.  */
        ++GL(dl_tls_generation);

        _dl_signal_error (ENOMEM, "dlopen", NULL, N_("\
cannot create TLS data structures"));
      }

      listp->len = TLS_SLOTINFO_SURPLUS;
      listp->next = NULL;
      memset (listp->slotinfo, '\0',
            TLS_SLOTINFO_SURPLUS * sizeof (struct dtv_slotinfo));
    }

  /* Add the information into the slotinfo data structure.  */
  listp->slotinfo[idx].map = l;
  listp->slotinfo[idx].gen = GL(dl_tls_generation) + 1;
}

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