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// Copyright 2016 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <map>
#include <memory>
#include <set>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include "base/base_export.h"
#include "base/debug/activity_tracker.h"
#if defined(STARBOARD)
namespace base {
namespace debug {
class GlobalActivityAnalyzer;
// This class provides analysis of data captured from a ThreadActivityTracker.
// When created, it takes a snapshot of the data held by the tracker and
// makes that information available to other code.
class BASE_EXPORT ThreadActivityAnalyzer {
struct BASE_EXPORT Snapshot : ThreadActivityTracker::Snapshot {
// The user-data snapshot for an activity, matching the |activity_stack|
// of ThreadActivityTracker::Snapshot, if any.
std::vector<ActivityUserData::Snapshot> user_data_stack;
// This class provides keys that uniquely identify a thread, even across
// multiple processes.
class ThreadKey {
ThreadKey(int64_t pid, int64_t tid) : pid_(pid), tid_(tid) {}
bool operator<(const ThreadKey& rhs) const {
if (pid_ != rhs.pid_)
return pid_ < rhs.pid_;
return tid_ < rhs.tid_;
bool operator==(const ThreadKey& rhs) const {
return (pid_ == rhs.pid_ && tid_ == rhs.tid_);
int64_t pid_;
int64_t tid_;
// Creates an analyzer for an existing activity |tracker|. A snapshot is taken
// immediately and the tracker is not referenced again.
explicit ThreadActivityAnalyzer(const ThreadActivityTracker& tracker);
// Creates an analyzer for a block of memory currently or previously in-use
// by an activity-tracker. A snapshot is taken immediately and the memory
// is not referenced again.
ThreadActivityAnalyzer(void* base, size_t size);
// Creates an analyzer for a block of memory held within a persistent-memory
// |allocator| at the given |reference|. A snapshot is taken immediately and
// the memory is not referenced again.
ThreadActivityAnalyzer(PersistentMemoryAllocator* allocator,
PersistentMemoryAllocator::Reference reference);
// Adds information from the global analyzer.
void AddGlobalInformation(GlobalActivityAnalyzer* global);
// Returns true iff the contained data is valid. Results from all other
// methods are undefined if this returns false.
bool IsValid() { return activity_snapshot_valid_; }
// Gets the process id and its creation stamp.
int64_t GetProcessId(int64_t* out_stamp = nullptr) {
if (out_stamp)
*out_stamp = activity_snapshot_.create_stamp;
return activity_snapshot_.process_id;
// Gets the name of the thread.
const std::string& GetThreadName() {
return activity_snapshot_.thread_name;
// Gets the TheadKey for this thread.
ThreadKey GetThreadKey() {
return ThreadKey(activity_snapshot_.process_id,
const Snapshot& activity_snapshot() { return activity_snapshot_; }
friend class GlobalActivityAnalyzer;
// The snapshot of the activity tracker taken at the moment of construction.
Snapshot activity_snapshot_;
// Flag indicating if the snapshot data is valid.
bool activity_snapshot_valid_;
// A reference into a persistent memory allocator, used by the global
// analyzer to know where this tracker came from.
PersistentMemoryAllocator::Reference allocator_reference_ = 0;
// This class manages analyzers for all known processes and threads as stored
// in a persistent memory allocator. It supports retrieval of them through
// iteration and directly using a ThreadKey, which allows for cross-references
// to be resolved.
// Note that though atomic snapshots are used and everything has its snapshot
// taken at the same time, the multi-snapshot itself is not atomic and thus may
// show small inconsistencies between threads if attempted on a live system.
class BASE_EXPORT GlobalActivityAnalyzer {
struct ProgramLocation {
int module;
uintptr_t offset;
using ThreadKey = ThreadActivityAnalyzer::ThreadKey;
// Creates a global analyzer from a persistent memory allocator.
explicit GlobalActivityAnalyzer(
std::unique_ptr<PersistentMemoryAllocator> allocator);
// Creates a global analyzer using a given persistent-memory |allocator|.
static std::unique_ptr<GlobalActivityAnalyzer> CreateWithAllocator(
std::unique_ptr<PersistentMemoryAllocator> allocator);
#if !defined(OS_NACL)
// Creates a global analyzer using the contents of a file given in
// |file_path|.
static std::unique_ptr<GlobalActivityAnalyzer> CreateWithFile(
const FilePath& file_path);
#endif // !defined(OS_NACL)
#if !defined(STARBOARD)
// Like above but accesses an allocator in a mapped shared-memory segment.
static std::unique_ptr<GlobalActivityAnalyzer> CreateWithSharedMemory(
std::unique_ptr<SharedMemory> shm);
// Like above but takes a handle to an existing shared memory segment and
// maps it before creating the tracker.
static std::unique_ptr<GlobalActivityAnalyzer> CreateWithSharedMemoryHandle(
const SharedMemoryHandle& handle,
size_t size);
#endif // !defined(STARBOARD)
// Iterates over all known valid processes and returns their PIDs or zero
// if there are no more. Calls to GetFirstProcess() will perform a global
// snapshot in order to provide a relatively consistent state across the
// future calls to GetNextProcess() and GetFirst/NextAnalyzer(). PIDs are
// returned in the order they're found meaning that a first-launched
// controlling process will be found first. Note, however, that space
// freed by an exiting process may be re-used by a later process.
int64_t GetFirstProcess();
int64_t GetNextProcess();
// Iterates over all known valid analyzers for the a given process or returns
// null if there are no more.
// GetFirstProcess() must be called first in order to capture a global
// snapshot! Ownership stays with the global analyzer object and all existing
// analyzer pointers are invalidated when GetFirstProcess() is called.
ThreadActivityAnalyzer* GetFirstAnalyzer(int64_t pid);
ThreadActivityAnalyzer* GetNextAnalyzer();
// Gets the analyzer for a specific thread or null if there is none.
// Ownership stays with the global analyzer object.
ThreadActivityAnalyzer* GetAnalyzerForThread(const ThreadKey& key);
// Extract user data based on a reference and its identifier.
ActivityUserData::Snapshot GetUserDataSnapshot(int64_t pid,
uint32_t ref,
uint32_t id);
// Extract the data for a specific process. An empty snapshot will be
// returned if the process is not known.
const ActivityUserData::Snapshot& GetProcessDataSnapshot(int64_t pid);
// Gets all log messages stored within.
std::vector<std::string> GetLogMessages();
// Gets modules corresponding to a pid. This pid must come from a call to
// GetFirst/NextProcess. Only modules that were first registered prior to
// GetFirstProcess's snapshot are returned.
std::vector<GlobalActivityTracker::ModuleInfo> GetModules(int64_t pid);
// Gets the corresponding "program location" for a given "program counter".
// This will return {0,0} if no mapping could be found.
ProgramLocation GetProgramLocationFromAddress(uint64_t address);
// Returns whether the data is complete. Data can be incomplete if the
// recording size quota is hit.
bool IsDataComplete() const;
using AnalyzerMap =
std::map<ThreadKey, std::unique_ptr<ThreadActivityAnalyzer>>;
struct UserDataSnapshot {
// Complex class needs out-of-line ctor/dtor.
UserDataSnapshot(const UserDataSnapshot& rhs);
UserDataSnapshot(UserDataSnapshot&& rhs);
int64_t process_id;
int64_t create_stamp;
ActivityUserData::Snapshot data;
// Finds, creates, and indexes analyzers for all known processes and threads.
void PrepareAllAnalyzers();
// The persistent memory allocator holding all tracking data.
std::unique_ptr<PersistentMemoryAllocator> allocator_;
// The time stamp when analysis began. This is used to prevent looking into
// process IDs that get reused when analyzing a live system.
int64_t analysis_stamp_;
// The iterator for finding tracking information in the allocator.
PersistentMemoryAllocator::Iterator allocator_iterator_;
// A set of all interesting memory references found within the allocator.
std::set<PersistentMemoryAllocator::Reference> memory_references_;
// A set of all process-data memory references found within the allocator.
std::map<int64_t, UserDataSnapshot> process_data_;
// A set of all process IDs collected during PrepareAllAnalyzers. These are
// popped and returned one-by-one with calls to GetFirst/NextProcess().
std::vector<int64_t> process_ids_;
// A map, keyed by ThreadKey, of all valid activity analyzers.
AnalyzerMap analyzers_;
// The iterator within the analyzers_ map for returning analyzers through
// first/next iteration.
AnalyzerMap::iterator analyzers_iterator_;
int64_t analyzers_iterator_pid_;
} // namespace debug
} // namespace base
#endif // !defined(STARBOARD)