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#!/bin/bash
# (c) 2014, Sasha Levin <sasha.levin@oracle.com>
#set -x

if [[ $# < 2 ]]; then
	echo "Usage:"
	echo "	$0 [vmlinux] [base path] [modules path]"
	exit 1
fi

vmlinux=$1
basepath=$2
modpath=$3
declare -A cache
declare -A modcache

parse_symbol() {
	# The structure of symbol at this point is:
	#   ([name]+[offset]/[total length])
	#
	# For example:
	#   do_basic_setup+0x9c/0xbf

	if [[ $module == "" ]] ; then
		local objfile=$vmlinux
	elif [[ "${modcache[$module]+isset}" == "isset" ]]; then
		local objfile=${modcache[$module]}
	else
		[[ $modpath == "" ]] && return
		local objfile=$(find "$modpath" -name $module.ko -print -quit)
		[[ $objfile == "" ]] && return
		modcache[$module]=$objfile
	fi

	# Remove the englobing parenthesis
	symbol=${symbol#\(}
	symbol=${symbol%\)}

	# Strip the symbol name so that we could look it up
	local name=${symbol%+*}

	# Use 'nm vmlinux' to figure out the base address of said symbol.
	# It's actually faster to call it every time than to load it
	# all into bash.
	if [[ "${cache[$module,$name]+isset}" == "isset" ]]; then
		local base_addr=${cache[$module,$name]}
	else
		local base_addr=$(nm "$objfile" | grep -i ' t ' | awk "/ $name\$/ {print \$1}" | head -n1)
		cache[$module,$name]="$base_addr"
	fi
	# Let's start doing the math to get the exact address into the
	# symbol. First, strip out the symbol total length.
	local expr=${symbol%/*}

	# Now, replace the symbol name with the base address we found
	# before.
	expr=${expr/$name/0x$base_addr}

	# Evaluate it to find the actual address
	expr=$((expr))
	local address=$(printf "%x\n" "$expr")

	# Pass it to addr2line to get filename and line number
	# Could get more than one result
	if [[ "${cache[$module,$address]+isset}" == "isset" ]]; then
		local code=${cache[$module,$address]}
	else
		local code=$(addr2line -i -e "$objfile" "$address")
		cache[$module,$address]=$code
	fi

	# addr2line doesn't return a proper error code if it fails, so
	# we detect it using the value it prints so that we could preserve
	# the offset/size into the function and bail out
	if [[ $code == "??:0" ]]; then
		return
	fi

	# Strip out the base of the path
	code=${code//$basepath/""}

	# In the case of inlines, move everything to same line
	code=${code//$'\n'/' '}

	# Replace old address with pretty line numbers
	symbol="$name ($code)"
}

decode_code() {
	local scripts=`dirname "${BASH_SOURCE[0]}"`

	echo "$1" | $scripts/decodecode
}

handle_line() {
	local words

	# Tokenize
	read -a words <<<"$1"

	# Remove hex numbers. Do it ourselves until it happens in the
	# kernel

	# We need to know the index of the last element before we
	# remove elements because arrays are sparse
	local last=$(( ${#words[@]} - 1 ))

	for i in "${!words[@]}"; do
		# Remove the address
		if [[ ${words[$i]} =~ \[\<([^]]+)\>\] ]]; then
			unset words[$i]
		fi

		# Format timestamps with tabs
		if [[ ${words[$i]} == \[ && ${words[$i+1]} == *\] ]]; then
			unset words[$i]
			words[$i+1]=$(printf "[%13s\n" "${words[$i+1]}")
		fi
	done

	if [[ ${words[$last]} =~ \[([^]]+)\] ]]; then
		module=${words[$last]}
		module=${module#\[}
		module=${module%\]}
		symbol=${words[$last-1]}
		unset words[$last-1]
	else
		# The symbol is the last element, process it
		symbol=${words[$last]}
		module=
	fi

	unset words[$last]
	parse_symbol # modifies $symbol

	# Add up the line number to the symbol
	echo "${words[@]}" "$symbol $module"
}

while read line; do
	# Let's see if we have an address in the line
	if [[ $line =~ \[\<([^]]+)\>\] ]] ||
	   [[ $line =~ [^+\ ]+\+0x[0-9a-f]+/0x[0-9a-f]+ ]]; then
		# Translate address to line numbers
		handle_line "$line"
	# Is it a code line?
	elif [[ $line == *Code:* ]]; then
		decode_code "$line"
	else
		# Nothing special in this line, show it as is
		echo "$line"
	fi
done