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// Copyright (c) 2013 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 "base/process/memory.h"
#include <new>
#include "base/allocator/allocator_shim.h"
#include "base/allocator/buildflags.h"
#include "base/files/file_path.h"
#include "base/files/file_util.h"
#include "base/logging.h"
#include "base/process/internal_linux.h"
#include "base/strings/string_number_conversions.h"
#include "base/threading/thread_restrictions.h"
#include "build/build_config.h"
#if defined(USE_TCMALLOC)
#include "third_party/tcmalloc/chromium/src/config.h"
#include "third_party/tcmalloc/chromium/src/gperftools/tcmalloc.h"
#include "starboard/memory.h"
#include "starboard/types.h"
#include "third_party/tcmalloc/gperftools-2.0/chromium/src/config.h"
#include "third_party/tcmalloc/gperftools-2.0/chromium/src/gperftools/tcmalloc.h"
namespace base {
size_t g_oom_size = 0U;
namespace {
void OnNoMemorySize(size_t size) {
g_oom_size = size;
if (size != 0)
LOG(FATAL) << "Out of memory, size = " << size;
LOG(FATAL) << "Out of memory.";
void OnNoMemory() {
} // namespace
void EnableTerminationOnHeapCorruption() {
// On Linux, there nothing to do AFAIK.
void EnableTerminationOnOutOfMemory() {
// Set the new-out of memory handler.
// If we're using glibc's allocator, the above functions will override
// malloc and friends and make them die on out of memory.
#elif defined(USE_TCMALLOC)
// For tcmalloc, we need to tell it to behave like new.
// ScopedAllowBlocking() has private constructor and it can only be used in
// friend classes/functions. Declaring a class is easier in this situation to
// avoid adding more dependency to thread_restrictions.h because of the
// parameter used in AdjustOOMScore(). Specifically, ProcessId is a typedef
// and we'll need to include another header file in thread_restrictions.h
// without the class.
class AdjustOOMScoreHelper {
static bool AdjustOOMScore(ProcessId process, int score);
// static.
bool AdjustOOMScoreHelper::AdjustOOMScore(ProcessId process, int score) {
if (score < 0 || score > kMaxOomScore)
return false;
FilePath oom_path(internal::GetProcPidDir(process));
// Temporarily allowing blocking since oom paths are pseudo-filesystem paths.
base::ScopedAllowBlocking allow_blocking;
// Attempt to write the newer oom_score_adj file first.
FilePath oom_file = oom_path.AppendASCII("oom_score_adj");
if (PathExists(oom_file)) {
std::string score_str = IntToString(score);
DVLOG(1) << "Adjusting oom_score_adj of " << process << " to "
<< score_str;
int score_len = static_cast<int>(score_str.length());
return (score_len == WriteFile(oom_file, score_str.c_str(), score_len));
// If the oom_score_adj file doesn't exist, then we write the old
// style file and translate the oom_adj score to the range 0-15.
oom_file = oom_path.AppendASCII("oom_adj");
if (PathExists(oom_file)) {
// Max score for the old oom_adj range. Used for conversion of new
// values to old values.
const int kMaxOldOomScore = 15;
int converted_score = score * kMaxOldOomScore / kMaxOomScore;
std::string score_str = IntToString(converted_score);
DVLOG(1) << "Adjusting oom_adj of " << process << " to " << score_str;
int score_len = static_cast<int>(score_str.length());
return (score_len == WriteFile(oom_file, score_str.c_str(), score_len));
return false;
// NOTE: This is not the only version of this function in the source:
// the setuid sandbox (in process_util_linux.c, in the sandbox source)
// also has its own C version.
bool AdjustOOMScore(ProcessId process, int score) {
return AdjustOOMScoreHelper::AdjustOOMScore(process, score);
bool UncheckedMalloc(size_t size, void** result) {
*result = allocator::UncheckedAlloc(size);
(!defined(LIBC_GLIBC) && !defined(USE_TCMALLOC))
*result = SbMemoryAllocate(size);
#elif defined(LIBC_GLIBC) && !defined(USE_TCMALLOC)
*result = __libc_malloc(size);
#elif defined(USE_TCMALLOC)
*result = tc_malloc_skip_new_handler(size);
return *result != nullptr;
} // namespace base