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* linux/arch/cris/entry.S
* Copyright (C) 2000, 2001, 2002 Axis Communications AB
* Authors: Bjorn Wesen (
* entry.S contains the system-call and fault low-level handling routines.
* NOTE: This code handles signal-recognition, which happens every time
* after a timer-interrupt and after each system call.
* Stack layout in 'ret_from_system_call':
* ptrace needs to have all regs on the stack.
* if the order here is changed, it needs to be
* updated in fork.c:copy_process, signal.c:do_signal,
* ptrace.c and ptrace.h
#include <linux/linkage.h>
#include <linux/sys.h>
#include <asm/unistd.h>
#include <arch/sv_addr_ag.h>
#include <asm/errno.h>
#include <asm/thread_info.h>
#include <asm/asm-offsets.h>
#include <asm/page.h>
#include <asm/pgtable.h>
;; functions exported from this file
.globl system_call
.globl ret_from_intr
.globl ret_from_fork
.globl resume
.globl multiple_interrupt
.globl hwbreakpoint
.globl IRQ1_interrupt
.globl spurious_interrupt
.globl hw_bp_trigs
.globl mmu_bus_fault
.globl do_sigtrap
.globl gdb_handle_breakpoint
.globl sys_call_table
;; below are various parts of system_call which are not in the fast-path
; Check if preemptive kernel scheduling should be done
; Load current task struct
movs.w -8192, $r0 ; THREAD_SIZE = 8192
and.d $sp, $r0
move.d [$r0+TI_preempt_count], $r10 ; Preemption disabled?
bne _Rexit
move.d [$r0+TI_flags], $r10
btstq TIF_NEED_RESCHED, $r10 ; Check if need_resched is set
bpl _Rexit
; Ok, lets's do some preemptive kernel scheduling
jsr preempt_schedule_irq
; Load new task struct
movs.w -8192, $r0 ; THREAD_SIZE = 8192
and.d $sp, $r0
; One more time (with new task)
ba _need_resched
#define _resume_kernel _Rexit
; Called at exit from fork. schedule_tail must be called to drop
; spinlock if CONFIG_PREEMPT
jsr schedule_tail
ba ret_from_sys_call
;; check for resched if preemptive kernel or if we're going back to user-mode
;; this test matches the user_regs(regs) macro
;; we cannot simply test $dccr, because that does not necessarily
;; reflect what mode we'll return into.
move.d [$sp + PT_dccr], $r0; regs->dccr
btstq 8, $r0 ; U-flag
bpl _resume_kernel
; Note that di below is in delay slot
di ; so need_resched and sigpending don't change
movs.w -8192, $r0 ; THREAD_SIZE == 8192
and.d $sp, $r0
move.d [$r0+TI_flags], $r10 ; current->work
and.d _TIF_WORK_MASK, $r10 ; is there any work to be done on return
bne _work_pending
ba _Rexit
;; The system_call is called by a BREAK instruction, which works like
;; an interrupt call but it stores the return PC in BRP instead of IRP.
;; Since we dont really want to have two epilogues (one for system calls
;; and one for interrupts) we push the contents of BRP instead of IRP in the
;; system call prologue, to make it look like an ordinary interrupt on the
;; stackframe.
;; Since we can't have system calls inside interrupts, it should not matter
;; that we don't stack IRP.
;; In r9 we have the wanted syscall number. Arguments come in r10,r11,r12,r13,mof,srp
;; This function looks on the _surface_ like spaghetti programming, but it's
;; really designed so that the fast-path does not force cache-loading of non-used
;; instructions. Only the non-common cases cause the outlined code to run..
;; stack-frame similar to the irq heads, which is reversed in ret_from_sys_call
move $brp,[$sp=$sp-16]; instruction pointer and room for a fake SBFS frame
push $srp
push $dccr
push $mof
subq 14*4, $sp ; make room for r0-r13
movem $r13, [$sp] ; push r0-r13
push $r10 ; push orig_r10
clear.d [$sp=$sp-4] ; frametype == 0, normal stackframe
movs.w -ENOSYS, $r0
move.d $r0, [$sp+PT_r10] ; put the default return value in r10 in the frame
;; check if this process is syscall-traced
movs.w -8192, $r0 ; THREAD_SIZE == 8192
and.d $sp, $r0
move.d [$r0+TI_flags], $r0
bmi _syscall_trace_entry
;; check for sanity in the requested syscall number
cmpu.w NR_syscalls, $r9
bcc ret_from_sys_call
lslq 2, $r9 ; multiply by 4, in the delay slot
;; as a bonus 7th parameter, we give the location on the stack
;; of the register structure itself. some syscalls need this.
push $sp
;; the parameter carrying registers r10, r11, r12 and 13 are intact.
;; the fifth and sixth parameters (if any) was in mof and srp
;; respectively, and we need to put them on the stack.
push $srp
push $mof
jsr [$r9+sys_call_table] ; actually do the system call
addq 3*4, $sp ; pop the mof, srp and regs parameters
move.d $r10, [$sp+PT_r10] ; save the return value
moveq 1, $r9 ; "parameter" to ret_from_sys_call to show it was a sys call
;; fall through into ret_from_sys_call to return
;; r9 is a parameter - if >=1 we came from a syscall, if 0, from an irq
;; get the current task-struct pointer (see top for defs)
movs.w -8192, $r0 ; THREAD_SIZE == 8192
and.d $sp, $r0
di ; make sure need_resched and sigpending don't change
move.d [$r0+TI_flags],$r1
and.d _TIF_ALLWORK_MASK, $r1
bne _syscall_exit_work
;; this epilogue MUST match the prologues in multiple_interrupt, irq.h and ptregs.h
pop $r10 ; frametype
bne _RBFexit ; was not CRIS_FRAME_NORMAL, handle otherwise
addq 4, $sp ; skip orig_r10, in delayslot
movem [$sp+], $r13 ; registers r0-r13
pop $mof ; multiply overflow register
pop $dccr ; condition codes
pop $srp ; subroutine return pointer
;; now we have a 4-word SBFS frame which we do not want to restore
;; using RBF since it was not stacked with SBFS. instead we would like to
;; just get the PC value to restart it with, and skip the rest of
;; the frame.
;; Also notice that it's important to use instructions here that
;; keep the interrupts disabled (since we've already popped DCCR)
move [$sp=$sp+16], $p8; pop the SBFS frame from the sp
jmpu [$sp-16] ; return through the irp field in the sbfs frame
movem [$sp+], $r13 ; registers r0-r13, in delay slot
pop $mof ; multiply overflow register
pop $dccr ; condition codes
pop $srp ; subroutine return pointer
rbf [$sp+] ; return by popping the CPU status
;; We get here after doing a syscall if extra work might need to be done
;; perform syscall exit tracing if needed
;; $r0 contains current at this point and irq's are disabled
move.d [$r0+TI_flags], $r1
bpl _work_pending
move.d $r9, $r1 ; preserve r9
jsr do_syscall_trace
move.d $r1, $r9
ba _resume_userspace
move.d [$r0+TI_flags], $r1
bpl _work_notifysig ; was neither trace nor sched, must be signal/notify
move.d $r9, $r1 ; preserve r9
jsr schedule
move.d $r1, $r9
move.d [$r0+TI_flags], $r1
and.d _TIF_WORK_MASK, $r1; ignore the syscall trace counter
beq _Rexit
bmi _work_resched ; current->work.need_resched
;; deal with pending signals and notify-resume requests
move.d $r9, $r10 ; do_notify_resume syscall/irq param
move.d $sp, $r11 ; the regs param
move.d $r1, $r12 ; the thread_info_flags parameter
jsr do_notify_resume
ba _Rexit
;; We get here as a sidetrack when we've entered a syscall with the
;; trace-bit set. We need to call do_syscall_trace and then continue
;; with the call.
;; PT_r10 in the frame contains -ENOSYS as required, at this point
jsr do_syscall_trace
;; now re-enter the syscall code to do the syscall itself
;; we need to restore $r9 here to contain the wanted syscall, and
;; the other parameter-bearing registers
move.d [$sp+PT_r9], $r9
move.d [$sp+PT_orig_r10], $r10 ; PT_r10 is already filled with -ENOSYS.
move.d [$sp+PT_r11], $r11
move.d [$sp+PT_r12], $r12
move.d [$sp+PT_r13], $r13
move [$sp+PT_mof], $mof
move [$sp+PT_srp], $srp
ba _syscall_traced
;; resume performs the actual task-switching, by switching stack pointers
;; input arguments: r10 = prev, r11 = next, r12 = thread offset in task struct
;; returns old current in r10
;; TODO: see the i386 version. The switch_to which calls resume in our version
;; could really be an inline asm of this.
push $srp ; we keep the old/new PC on the stack
add.d $r12, $r10 ; r10 = current tasks tss
move $dccr, [$r10+THREAD_dccr]; save irq enable state
move $usp, [$r10+ THREAD_usp] ; save user-mode stackpointer
;; See copy_thread for the reason why register R9 is saved.
subq 10*4, $sp
movem $r9, [$sp] ; save non-scratch registers and R9.
move.d $sp, [$r10+THREAD_ksp] ; save the kernel stack pointer for the old task
move.d $sp, $r10 ; return last running task in r10
and.d -8192, $r10 ; get thread_info from stackpointer
move.d [$r10+TI_task], $r10 ; get task
add.d $r12, $r11 ; find the new tasks tss
move.d [$r11+THREAD_ksp], $sp ; switch into the new stackframe by restoring kernel sp
movem [$sp+], $r9 ; restore non-scratch registers and R9.
move [$r11+THREAD_usp], $usp ; restore user-mode stackpointer
move [$r11+THREAD_dccr], $dccr ; restore irq enable status
jump [$sp+] ; restore PC
;; This is the MMU bus fault handler.
;; It needs to stack the CPU status and overall is different
;; from the other interrupt handlers.
;; For refills we try to do a quick page table lookup. If it is
;; a real fault we let the mm subsystem handle it.
;; the first longword in the sbfs frame was the interrupted PC
;; which fits nicely with the "IRP" slot in pt_regs normally used to
;; contain the return address. used by Oops to print kernel errors.
sbfs [$sp=$sp-16] ; push the internal CPU status
push $dccr
subq 2*4, $sp
movem $r1, [$sp]
move.d [R_MMU_CAUSE], $r1
;; ETRAX 100LX TR89 bugfix: if the second half of an unaligned
;; write causes a MMU-fault, it will not be restarted correctly.
;; This could happen if a write crosses a page-boundary and the
;; second page is not yet COW'ed or even loaded. The workaround
;; is to clear the unaligned bit in the CPU status record, so
;; that the CPU will rerun both the first and second halves of
;; the instruction. This will not have any sideeffects unless
;; the first half goes to any device or memory that can't be
;; written twice, and which is mapped through the MMU.
;; We only need to do this for writes.
btstq 8, $r1 ; Write access?
bpl 1f
move.d [$sp+16], $r0 ; Clear unaligned bit in csrinstr
and.d ~(1<<5), $r0
move.d $r0, [$sp+16]
1: btstq 12, $r1 ; Refill?
bpl 2f
lsrq 24, $r1 ; Get PGD index (bit 24-31)
move.d [current_pgd], $r0 ; PGD for the current process
move.d [$r0+$r1.d], $r0 ; Get PMD
beq 2f
and.w PAGE_MASK, $r0 ; Remove PMD flags
move.d [R_MMU_CAUSE], $r1
lsrq PAGE_SHIFT, $r1
and.d 0x7ff, $r1 ; Get PTE index into PGD (bit 13-23)
move.d [$r0+$r1.d], $r1 ; Get PTE
beq 2f
;; Store in TLB
move.d $r1, [R_TLB_LO]
;; Return
movem [$sp+], $r1
pop $dccr
rbf [$sp+] ; return by popping the CPU status
2: ; PMD or PTE missing, let the mm subsystem fix it up.
movem [$sp+], $r1
pop $dccr
; Ok, not that easy, pass it on to the mm subsystem
; The MMU status record is now on the stack
push $srp ; make a stackframe similar to pt_regs
push $dccr
push $mof
subq 14*4, $sp
movem $r13, [$sp]
push $r10 ; dummy orig_r10
moveq 1, $r10
push $r10 ; frametype == 1, BUSFAULT frame type
move.d $sp, $r10 ; pt_regs argument to handle_mmu_bus_fault
jsr handle_mmu_bus_fault ; in arch/cris/arch-v10/mm/fault.c
;; now we need to return through the normal path, we cannot just
;; do the RBFexit since we might have killed off the running
;; process due to a SEGV, scheduled due to a page blocking or
;; whatever.
moveq 0, $r9 ; busfault is equivalent to an irq
ba ret_from_intr
;; special handlers for breakpoint and NMI
push $dccr
push $r10
push $r11
move.d [hw_bp_trig_ptr],$r10
move $brp,$r11
move.d $r11,[$r10+]
move.d $r10,[hw_bp_trig_ptr]
1: pop $r11
pop $r10
pop $dccr
;; this prologue MUST match the one in irq.h and the struct in ptregs.h!!!
move $brp,[$sp=$sp-16]; instruction pointer and room for a fake SBFS frame
push $srp
push $dccr
push $mof
subq 14*4, $sp
movem $r13, [$sp]
push $r10 ; push orig_r10
clear.d [$sp=$sp-4] ; frametype == 0, normal frame
;; If there is a glitch on the NMI pin shorter than ~100ns
;; (i.e. non-active by the time we get here) then the nmi_pin bit
;; in R_IRQ_MASK0_RD will already be cleared. The watchdog_nmi bit
;; is cleared by us however (when feeding the watchdog), which is why
;; we use that bit to determine what brought us here.
move.d [R_IRQ_MASK0_RD], $r1 ; External NMI or watchdog?
and.d (1<<30), $r1
bne wdog
move.d $sp, $r10
jsr handle_nmi
setf m ; Enable NMI again
ba _Rexit ; Return the standard way
;; Check if we're waiting for reset to happen, as signalled by
;; hard_reset_now setting cause_of_death to a magic value. If so, just
;; get stuck until reset happens.
.comm cause_of_death, 4 ;; Don't declare this anywhere.
move.d [cause_of_death], $r10
cmp.d 0xbedead, $r10
beq _killed_by_death
;; We'll see this in ksymoops dumps.
;; We just restart the watchdog here to be sure we dont get
;; hit while printing the watchdogmsg below
;; This restart is compatible with the rest of the C-code, so
;; the C-code can keep restarting the watchdog after this point.
;; The non-NICE_DOGGY code below though, disables the possibility
;; to restart since it changes the watchdog key, to avoid any
;; buggy loops etc. keeping the watchdog alive after this.
jsr reset_watchdog
;; We need to extend the 3.3ms after the NMI at watchdog bite, so we have
;; time for an oops-dump over a 115k2 serial wire. Another 100ms should do.
;; Change the watchdog key to an arbitrary 3-bit value and restart the
;; watchdog.
#define WD_INIT 2
moveq IO_FIELD (R_WATCHDOG, key, WD_INIT), $r10
move.d R_WATCHDOG, $r11
move.d $r10, [$r11]
moveq IO_FIELD (R_WATCHDOG, key, \
^ WD_INIT) \
| IO_STATE (R_WATCHDOG, enable, start), $r10
move.d $r10, [$r11]
;; Note that we don't do "setf m" here (or after two necessary NOPs),
;; since *not* doing that saves us from re-entrancy checks. We don't want
;; to get here again due to possible subsequent NMIs; we want the watchdog
;; to reset us.
move.d _watchdogmsg,$r10
jsr printk
move.d $sp, $r10
jsr watchdog_bite_hook
;; This nop is here so we see the "Watchdog_bite" label in ksymoops dumps
;; rather than "spurious_interrupt".
;; At this point we drop down into spurious_interrupt, which will do a
;; hard reset.
.section .rodata,"a"
.ascii "Oops: bitten by watchdog\n\0"
jump hard_reset_now
;; this handles the case when multiple interrupts arrive at the same time
;; we jump to the first set interrupt bit in a priority fashion
;; the hardware will call the unserved interrupts after the handler finishes
;; this prologue MUST match the one in irq.h and the struct in ptregs.h!!!
move $irp,[$sp=$sp-16]; instruction pointer and room for a fake SBFS frame
push $srp
push $dccr
push $mof
subq 14*4, $sp
movem $r13, [$sp]
push $r10 ; push orig_r10
clear.d [$sp=$sp-4] ; frametype == 0, normal frame
move.d $sp, $r10
jsr do_multiple_IRQ
jump ret_from_intr
;; SIGTRAP the process that executed the break instruction.
;; Make a frame that Rexit in entry.S expects.
move $brp, [$sp=$sp-16] ; Push BRP while faking a cpu status record.
push $srp ; Push subroutine return pointer.
push $dccr ; Push condition codes.
push $mof ; Push multiply overflow reg.
di ; Need to disable irq's at this point.
subq 14*4, $sp ; Make room for r0-r13.
movem $r13, [$sp] ; Push the r0-r13 registers.
push $r10 ; Push orig_r10.
clear.d [$sp=$sp-4] ; Frametype - this is a normal stackframe.
movs.w -8192,$r9 ; THREAD_SIZE == 8192
and.d $sp, $r9
move.d [$r9+TI_task], $r10
move.d [$r10+TASK_pid], $r10 ; current->pid as arg1.
moveq 5, $r11 ; SIGTRAP as arg2.
jsr sys_kill
jump ret_from_intr ; Use the return routine for interrupts.
push $dccr
push $r0
move $dccr, $r0 ; U-flag not affected by previous insns.
btstq 8, $r0 ; Test the U-flag.
bmi _ugdb_handle_breakpoint ; Go to user mode debugging.
nop ; Empty delay slot (cannot pop r0 here).
pop $r0 ; Restore r0.
ba kgdb_handle_breakpoint ; Go to kernel debugging.
pop $dccr ; Restore dccr in delay slot.
move $brp, $r0 ; Use r0 temporarily for calculation.
subq 2, $r0 ; Set to address of previous instruction.
move $r0, $brp
pop $r0 ; Restore r0.
ba do_sigtrap ; SIGTRAP the offending process.
pop $dccr ; Restore dccr in delay slot.
.global kernel_execve
move.d __NR_execve, $r9
break 13
.space 64*4
.dword hw_bp_trigs
.section .rodata,"a"
.long sys_restart_syscall /* 0 - old "setup()" system call, used for restarting */
.long sys_exit
.long sys_fork
.long sys_read
.long sys_write
.long sys_open /* 5 */
.long sys_close
.long sys_waitpid
.long sys_creat
.long sys_link
.long sys_unlink /* 10 */
.long sys_execve
.long sys_chdir
.long sys_time
.long sys_mknod
.long sys_chmod /* 15 */
.long sys_lchown16
.long sys_ni_syscall /* old break syscall holder */
.long sys_stat
.long sys_lseek
.long sys_getpid /* 20 */
.long sys_mount
.long sys_oldumount
.long sys_setuid16
.long sys_getuid16
.long sys_stime /* 25 */
.long sys_ptrace
.long sys_alarm
.long sys_fstat
.long sys_pause
.long sys_utime /* 30 */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* old stty syscall holder */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* old gtty syscall holder */
.long sys_access
.long sys_nice
.long sys_ni_syscall /* 35 old ftime syscall holder */
.long sys_sync
.long sys_kill
.long sys_rename
.long sys_mkdir
.long sys_rmdir /* 40 */
.long sys_dup
.long sys_pipe
.long sys_times
.long sys_ni_syscall /* old prof syscall holder */
.long sys_brk /* 45 */
.long sys_setgid16
.long sys_getgid16
.long sys_signal
.long sys_geteuid16
.long sys_getegid16 /* 50 */
.long sys_acct
.long sys_umount /* recycled never used phys( */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* old lock syscall holder */
.long sys_ioctl
.long sys_fcntl /* 55 */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* old mpx syscall holder */
.long sys_setpgid
.long sys_ni_syscall /* old ulimit syscall holder */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* old sys_olduname holder */
.long sys_umask /* 60 */
.long sys_chroot
.long sys_ustat
.long sys_dup2
.long sys_getppid
.long sys_getpgrp /* 65 */
.long sys_setsid
.long sys_sigaction
.long sys_sgetmask
.long sys_ssetmask
.long sys_setreuid16 /* 70 */
.long sys_setregid16
.long sys_sigsuspend
.long sys_sigpending
.long sys_sethostname
.long sys_setrlimit /* 75 */
.long sys_old_getrlimit
.long sys_getrusage
.long sys_gettimeofday
.long sys_settimeofday
.long sys_getgroups16 /* 80 */
.long sys_setgroups16
.long sys_select /* was old_select in Linux/E100 */
.long sys_symlink
.long sys_lstat
.long sys_readlink /* 85 */
.long sys_uselib
.long sys_swapon
.long sys_reboot
.long sys_old_readdir
.long sys_old_mmap /* 90 */
.long sys_munmap
.long sys_truncate
.long sys_ftruncate
.long sys_fchmod
.long sys_fchown16 /* 95 */
.long sys_getpriority
.long sys_setpriority
.long sys_ni_syscall /* old profil syscall holder */
.long sys_statfs
.long sys_fstatfs /* 100 */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* sys_ioperm in i386 */
.long sys_socketcall
.long sys_syslog
.long sys_setitimer
.long sys_getitimer /* 105 */
.long sys_newstat
.long sys_newlstat
.long sys_newfstat
.long sys_ni_syscall /* old sys_uname holder */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* sys_iopl in i386 */
.long sys_vhangup
.long sys_ni_syscall /* old "idle" system call */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* vm86old in i386 */
.long sys_wait4
.long sys_swapoff /* 115 */
.long sys_sysinfo
.long sys_ipc
.long sys_fsync
.long sys_sigreturn
.long sys_clone /* 120 */
.long sys_setdomainname
.long sys_newuname
.long sys_ni_syscall /* sys_modify_ldt */
.long sys_adjtimex
.long sys_mprotect /* 125 */
.long sys_sigprocmask
.long sys_ni_syscall /* old "create_module" */
.long sys_init_module
.long sys_delete_module
.long sys_ni_syscall /* 130: old "get_kernel_syms" */
.long sys_quotactl
.long sys_getpgid
.long sys_fchdir
.long sys_bdflush
.long sys_sysfs /* 135 */
.long sys_personality
.long sys_ni_syscall /* for afs_syscall */
.long sys_setfsuid16
.long sys_setfsgid16
.long sys_llseek /* 140 */
.long sys_getdents
.long sys_select
.long sys_flock
.long sys_msync
.long sys_readv /* 145 */
.long sys_writev
.long sys_getsid
.long sys_fdatasync
.long sys_sysctl
.long sys_mlock /* 150 */
.long sys_munlock
.long sys_mlockall
.long sys_munlockall
.long sys_sched_setparam
.long sys_sched_getparam /* 155 */
.long sys_sched_setscheduler
.long sys_sched_getscheduler
.long sys_sched_yield
.long sys_sched_get_priority_max
.long sys_sched_get_priority_min /* 160 */
.long sys_sched_rr_get_interval
.long sys_nanosleep
.long sys_mremap
.long sys_setresuid16
.long sys_getresuid16 /* 165 */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* sys_vm86 */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* Old sys_query_module */
.long sys_poll
.long sys_ni_syscall /* old nfsservctl */
.long sys_setresgid16 /* 170 */
.long sys_getresgid16
.long sys_prctl
.long sys_rt_sigreturn
.long sys_rt_sigaction
.long sys_rt_sigprocmask /* 175 */
.long sys_rt_sigpending
.long sys_rt_sigtimedwait
.long sys_rt_sigqueueinfo
.long sys_rt_sigsuspend
.long sys_pread64 /* 180 */
.long sys_pwrite64
.long sys_chown16
.long sys_getcwd
.long sys_capget
.long sys_capset /* 185 */
.long sys_sigaltstack
.long sys_sendfile
.long sys_ni_syscall /* streams1 */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* streams2 */
.long sys_vfork /* 190 */
.long sys_getrlimit
.long sys_mmap2
.long sys_truncate64
.long sys_ftruncate64
.long sys_stat64 /* 195 */
.long sys_lstat64
.long sys_fstat64
.long sys_lchown
.long sys_getuid
.long sys_getgid /* 200 */
.long sys_geteuid
.long sys_getegid
.long sys_setreuid
.long sys_setregid
.long sys_getgroups /* 205 */
.long sys_setgroups
.long sys_fchown
.long sys_setresuid
.long sys_getresuid
.long sys_setresgid /* 210 */
.long sys_getresgid
.long sys_chown
.long sys_setuid
.long sys_setgid
.long sys_setfsuid /* 215 */
.long sys_setfsgid
.long sys_pivot_root
.long sys_mincore
.long sys_madvise
.long sys_getdents64 /* 220 */
.long sys_fcntl64
.long sys_ni_syscall /* reserved for TUX */
.long sys_ni_syscall
.long sys_gettid
.long sys_readahead /* 225 */
.long sys_setxattr
.long sys_lsetxattr
.long sys_fsetxattr
.long sys_getxattr
.long sys_lgetxattr /* 230 */
.long sys_fgetxattr
.long sys_listxattr
.long sys_llistxattr
.long sys_flistxattr
.long sys_removexattr /* 235 */
.long sys_lremovexattr
.long sys_fremovexattr
.long sys_tkill
.long sys_sendfile64
.long sys_futex /* 240 */
.long sys_sched_setaffinity
.long sys_sched_getaffinity
.long sys_ni_syscall /* sys_set_thread_area */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* sys_get_thread_area */
.long sys_io_setup /* 245 */
.long sys_io_destroy
.long sys_io_getevents
.long sys_io_submit
.long sys_io_cancel
.long sys_fadvise64 /* 250 */
.long sys_ni_syscall
.long sys_exit_group
.long sys_lookup_dcookie
.long sys_epoll_create
.long sys_epoll_ctl /* 255 */
.long sys_epoll_wait
.long sys_remap_file_pages
.long sys_set_tid_address
.long sys_timer_create
.long sys_timer_settime /* 260 */
.long sys_timer_gettime
.long sys_timer_getoverrun
.long sys_timer_delete
.long sys_clock_settime
.long sys_clock_gettime /* 265 */
.long sys_clock_getres
.long sys_clock_nanosleep
.long sys_statfs64
.long sys_fstatfs64
.long sys_tgkill /* 270 */
.long sys_utimes
.long sys_fadvise64_64
.long sys_ni_syscall /* sys_vserver */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* sys_mbind */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* 275 sys_get_mempolicy */
.long sys_ni_syscall /* sys_set_mempolicy */
.long sys_mq_open
.long sys_mq_unlink
.long sys_mq_timedsend
.long sys_mq_timedreceive /* 280 */
.long sys_mq_notify
.long sys_mq_getsetattr
.long sys_ni_syscall /* reserved for kexec */
.long sys_waitid
.long sys_ni_syscall /* 285 */ /* available */
.long sys_add_key
.long sys_request_key
.long sys_keyctl
.long sys_ioprio_set
.long sys_ioprio_get /* 290 */
.long sys_inotify_init
.long sys_inotify_add_watch
.long sys_inotify_rm_watch
.long sys_migrate_pages
.long sys_openat /* 295 */
.long sys_mkdirat
.long sys_mknodat
.long sys_fchownat
.long sys_futimesat
.long sys_fstatat64 /* 300 */
.long sys_unlinkat
.long sys_renameat
.long sys_linkat
.long sys_symlinkat
.long sys_readlinkat /* 305 */
.long sys_fchmodat
.long sys_faccessat
.long sys_pselect6
.long sys_ppoll
.long sys_unshare /* 310 */
.long sys_set_robust_list
.long sys_get_robust_list
.long sys_splice
.long sys_sync_file_range
.long sys_tee /* 315 */
.long sys_vmsplice
.long sys_move_pages
.long sys_getcpu
.long sys_epoll_pwait
.long sys_utimensat /* 320 */
.long sys_signalfd
.long sys_timerfd_create
.long sys_eventfd
.long sys_fallocate
.long sys_timerfd_settime /* 325 */
.long sys_timerfd_gettime
.long sys_signalfd4
.long sys_eventfd2
.long sys_epoll_create1
.long sys_dup3 /* 330 */
.long sys_pipe2
.long sys_inotify_init1
.long sys_preadv
.long sys_pwritev
.long sys_setns /* 335 */
* NOTE!! This doesn't have to be exact - we just have
* to make sure we have _enough_ of the "sys_ni_syscall"
* entries. Don't panic if you notice that this hasn't
* been shrunk every time we add a new system call.
.rept NR_syscalls-(.-sys_call_table)/4
.long sys_ni_syscall