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//===-- JITLinkMemoryManager.h - JITLink mem manager interface --*- C++ -*-===//
// Part of the LLVM Project, under the Apache License v2.0 with LLVM Exceptions.
// See for license information.
// SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 WITH LLVM-exception
// Contains the JITLinkMemoryManager interface.
#include "llvm/ADT/FunctionExtras.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/SmallVector.h"
#include "llvm/ExecutionEngine/JITLink/JITLinkDylib.h"
#include "llvm/ExecutionEngine/Orc/Shared/AllocationActions.h"
#include "llvm/ExecutionEngine/Orc/Shared/ExecutorAddress.h"
#include "llvm/ExecutionEngine/Orc/Shared/MemoryFlags.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Allocator.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Error.h"
#include "llvm/Support/MSVCErrorWorkarounds.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Memory.h"
#include "llvm/Support/RecyclingAllocator.h"
#include <cstdint>
#include <future>
#include <mutex>
namespace llvm {
namespace jitlink {
class Block;
class LinkGraph;
class Section;
/// Manages allocations of JIT memory.
/// Instances of this class may be accessed concurrently from multiple threads
/// and their implemetations should include any necessary synchronization.
class JITLinkMemoryManager {
/// Represents a finalized allocation.
/// Finalized allocations must be passed to the
/// JITLinkMemoryManager:deallocate method prior to being destroyed.
/// The interpretation of the Address associated with the finalized allocation
/// is up to the memory manager implementation. Common options are using the
/// base address of the allocation, or the address of a memory management
/// object that tracks the allocation.
class FinalizedAlloc {
friend class JITLinkMemoryManager;
static constexpr auto InvalidAddr = ~uint64_t(0);
FinalizedAlloc() = default;
explicit FinalizedAlloc(orc::ExecutorAddr A) : A(A) {
assert(A.getValue() != InvalidAddr &&
"Explicitly creating an invalid allocation?");
FinalizedAlloc(const FinalizedAlloc &) = delete;
FinalizedAlloc(FinalizedAlloc &&Other) : A(Other.A) {
FinalizedAlloc &operator=(const FinalizedAlloc &) = delete;
FinalizedAlloc &operator=(FinalizedAlloc &&Other) {
assert(A.getValue() == InvalidAddr &&
"Cannot overwrite active finalized allocation");
std::swap(A, Other.A);
return *this;
~FinalizedAlloc() {
assert(A.getValue() == InvalidAddr &&
"Finalized allocation was not deallocated");
/// FinalizedAllocs convert to false for default-constructed, and
/// true otherwise. Default-constructed allocs need not be deallocated.
explicit operator bool() const { return A.getValue() != InvalidAddr; }
/// Returns the address associated with this finalized allocation.
/// The allocation is unmodified.
orc::ExecutorAddr getAddress() const { return A; }
/// Returns the address associated with this finalized allocation and
/// resets this object to the default state.
/// This should only be used by allocators when deallocating memory.
orc::ExecutorAddr release() {
orc::ExecutorAddr Tmp = A;
return Tmp;
orc::ExecutorAddr A{InvalidAddr};
/// Represents an allocation which has not been finalized yet.
/// InFlightAllocs manage both executor memory allocations and working
/// memory allocations.
/// On finalization, the InFlightAlloc should transfer the content of
/// working memory into executor memory, apply memory protections, and
/// run any finalization functions.
/// Working memory should be kept alive at least until one of the following
/// happens: (1) the InFlightAlloc instance is destroyed, (2) the
/// InFlightAlloc is abandoned, (3) finalized target memory is destroyed.
/// If abandon is called then working memory and executor memory should both
/// be freed.
class InFlightAlloc {
using OnFinalizedFunction = unique_function<void(Expected<FinalizedAlloc>)>;
using OnAbandonedFunction = unique_function<void(Error)>;
virtual ~InFlightAlloc();
/// Called prior to finalization if the allocation should be abandoned.
virtual void abandon(OnAbandonedFunction OnAbandoned) = 0;
/// Called to transfer working memory to the target and apply finalization.
virtual void finalize(OnFinalizedFunction OnFinalized) = 0;
/// Synchronous convenience version of finalize.
Expected<FinalizedAlloc> finalize() {
std::promise<MSVCPExpected<FinalizedAlloc>> FinalizeResultP;
auto FinalizeResultF = FinalizeResultP.get_future();
finalize([&](Expected<FinalizedAlloc> Result) {
return FinalizeResultF.get();
/// Typedef for the argument to be passed to OnAllocatedFunction.
using AllocResult = Expected<std::unique_ptr<InFlightAlloc>>;
/// Called when allocation has been completed.
using OnAllocatedFunction = unique_function<void(AllocResult)>;
/// Called when deallocation has completed.
using OnDeallocatedFunction = unique_function<void(Error)>;
virtual ~JITLinkMemoryManager();
/// Start the allocation process.
/// If the initial allocation is successful then the OnAllocated function will
/// be called with a std::unique_ptr<InFlightAlloc> value. If the assocation
/// is unsuccessful then the OnAllocated function will be called with an
/// Error.
virtual void allocate(const JITLinkDylib *JD, LinkGraph &G,
OnAllocatedFunction OnAllocated) = 0;
/// Convenience function for blocking allocation.
AllocResult allocate(const JITLinkDylib *JD, LinkGraph &G) {
std::promise<MSVCPExpected<std::unique_ptr<InFlightAlloc>>> AllocResultP;
auto AllocResultF = AllocResultP.get_future();
allocate(JD, G, [&](AllocResult Alloc) {
return AllocResultF.get();
/// Deallocate a list of allocation objects.
/// Dealloc actions will be run in reverse order (from the end of the vector
/// to the start).
virtual void deallocate(std::vector<FinalizedAlloc> Allocs,
OnDeallocatedFunction OnDeallocated) = 0;
/// Convenience function for deallocation of a single alloc.
void deallocate(FinalizedAlloc Alloc, OnDeallocatedFunction OnDeallocated) {
std::vector<FinalizedAlloc> Allocs;
deallocate(std::move(Allocs), std::move(OnDeallocated));
/// Convenience function for blocking deallocation.
Error deallocate(std::vector<FinalizedAlloc> Allocs) {
std::promise<MSVCPError> DeallocResultP;
auto DeallocResultF = DeallocResultP.get_future();
[&](Error Err) { DeallocResultP.set_value(std::move(Err)); });
return DeallocResultF.get();
/// Convenience function for blocking deallocation of a single alloc.
Error deallocate(FinalizedAlloc Alloc) {
std::vector<FinalizedAlloc> Allocs;
return deallocate(std::move(Allocs));
/// BasicLayout simplifies the implementation of JITLinkMemoryManagers.
/// BasicLayout groups Sections into Segments based on their memory protection
/// and deallocation policies. JITLinkMemoryManagers can construct a BasicLayout
/// from a Graph, and then assign working memory and addresses to each of the
/// Segments. These addreses will be mapped back onto the Graph blocks in
/// the apply method.
class BasicLayout {
/// The Alignment, ContentSize and ZeroFillSize of each segment will be
/// pre-filled from the Graph. Clients must set the Addr and WorkingMem fields
/// prior to calling apply.
// FIXME: The C++98 initializer is an attempt to work around compile failures
// due to
// We should be able to switch this back to member initialization once that
// issue is fixed.
class Segment {
friend class BasicLayout;
: ContentSize(0), ZeroFillSize(0), Addr(0), WorkingMem(nullptr),
NextWorkingMemOffset(0) {}
Align Alignment;
size_t ContentSize;
uint64_t ZeroFillSize;
orc::ExecutorAddr Addr;
char *WorkingMem = nullptr;
size_t NextWorkingMemOffset;
std::vector<Block *> ContentBlocks, ZeroFillBlocks;
/// A convenience class that further groups segments based on memory
/// deallocation policy. This allows clients to make two slab allocations:
/// one for all standard segments, and one for all finalize segments.
struct ContiguousPageBasedLayoutSizes {
uint64_t StandardSegs = 0;
uint64_t FinalizeSegs = 0;
uint64_t total() const { return StandardSegs + FinalizeSegs; }
using SegmentMap = orc::AllocGroupSmallMap<Segment>;
BasicLayout(LinkGraph &G);
/// Return a reference to the graph this allocation was created from.
LinkGraph &getGraph() { return G; }
/// Returns the total number of required to allocate all segments (with each
/// segment padded out to page size) for all standard segments, and all
/// finalize segments.
/// This is a convenience function for the common case where the segments will
/// be allocated contiguously.
/// This function will return an error if any segment has an alignment that
/// is higher than a page.
getContiguousPageBasedLayoutSizes(uint64_t PageSize);
/// Returns an iterator over the segments of the layout.
iterator_range<SegmentMap::iterator> segments() {
return {Segments.begin(), Segments.end()};
/// Apply the layout to the graph.
Error apply();
/// Returns a reference to the AllocActions in the graph.
/// This convenience function saves callers from having to #include
/// LinkGraph.h if all they need are allocation actions.
orc::shared::AllocActions &graphAllocActions();
LinkGraph &G;
SegmentMap Segments;
/// A utility class for making simple allocations using JITLinkMemoryManager.
/// SimpleSegementAlloc takes a mapping of AllocGroups to Segments and uses
/// this to create a LinkGraph with one Section (containing one Block) per
/// Segment. Clients can obtain a pointer to the working memory and executor
/// address of that block using the Segment's AllocGroup. Once memory has been
/// populated, clients can call finalize to finalize the memory.
/// Note: Segments with MemLifetimePolicy::NoAlloc are not permitted, since
/// they would not be useful, and their presence is likely to indicate a bug.
class SimpleSegmentAlloc {
/// Describes a segment to be allocated.
struct Segment {
Segment() = default;
Segment(size_t ContentSize, Align ContentAlign)
: ContentSize(ContentSize), ContentAlign(ContentAlign) {}
size_t ContentSize = 0;
Align ContentAlign;
/// Describes the segment working memory and executor address.
struct SegmentInfo {
orc::ExecutorAddr Addr;
MutableArrayRef<char> WorkingMem;
using SegmentMap = orc::AllocGroupSmallMap<Segment>;
using OnCreatedFunction = unique_function<void(Expected<SimpleSegmentAlloc>)>;
using OnFinalizedFunction =
static void Create(JITLinkMemoryManager &MemMgr, const JITLinkDylib *JD,
SegmentMap Segments, OnCreatedFunction OnCreated);
static Expected<SimpleSegmentAlloc> Create(JITLinkMemoryManager &MemMgr,
const JITLinkDylib *JD,
SegmentMap Segments);
SimpleSegmentAlloc(SimpleSegmentAlloc &&);
SimpleSegmentAlloc &operator=(SimpleSegmentAlloc &&);
/// Returns the SegmentInfo for the given group.
SegmentInfo getSegInfo(orc::AllocGroup AG);
/// Finalize all groups (async version).
void finalize(OnFinalizedFunction OnFinalized) {
/// Finalize all groups.
Expected<JITLinkMemoryManager::FinalizedAlloc> finalize() {
return Alloc->finalize();
std::unique_ptr<LinkGraph> G,
orc::AllocGroupSmallMap<Block *> ContentBlocks,
std::unique_ptr<JITLinkMemoryManager::InFlightAlloc> Alloc);
std::unique_ptr<LinkGraph> G;
orc::AllocGroupSmallMap<Block *> ContentBlocks;
std::unique_ptr<JITLinkMemoryManager::InFlightAlloc> Alloc;
/// A JITLinkMemoryManager that allocates in-process memory.
class InProcessMemoryManager : public JITLinkMemoryManager {
class IPInFlightAlloc;
/// Attempts to auto-detect the host page size.
static Expected<std::unique_ptr<InProcessMemoryManager>> Create();
/// Create an instance using the given page size.
InProcessMemoryManager(uint64_t PageSize) : PageSize(PageSize) {}
void allocate(const JITLinkDylib *JD, LinkGraph &G,
OnAllocatedFunction OnAllocated) override;
// Use overloads from base class.
using JITLinkMemoryManager::allocate;
void deallocate(std::vector<FinalizedAlloc> Alloc,
OnDeallocatedFunction OnDeallocated) override;
// Use overloads from base class.
using JITLinkMemoryManager::deallocate;
// FIXME: Use an in-place array instead of a vector for DeallocActions.
// There shouldn't need to be a heap alloc for this.
struct FinalizedAllocInfo {
sys::MemoryBlock StandardSegments;
std::vector<orc::shared::WrapperFunctionCall> DeallocActions;
FinalizedAlloc createFinalizedAlloc(
sys::MemoryBlock StandardSegments,
std::vector<orc::shared::WrapperFunctionCall> DeallocActions);
uint64_t PageSize;
std::mutex FinalizedAllocsMutex;
RecyclingAllocator<BumpPtrAllocator, FinalizedAllocInfo> FinalizedAllocInfos;
} // end namespace jitlink
} // end namespace llvm