author Nick Alexander <>
Wed, 09 Jul 2014 08:22:13 -0700
changeset 193273 13d9e025fc86e727793af1d30dbee89993149cde
parent 181843 0202366e8b707a6f3ed8543d490fcedee49c38c4
child 194959 fcb0e9c6c148eeb22093bcb33b37fd4664567d57
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1033560 - Follow-up: Fix missed rename. a=bustage DONTBUILD because the feature is not enabled on TBPL.

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 2; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
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 * License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
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#ifndef nsExceptionHandler_h__
#define nsExceptionHandler_h__

#include <stddef.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include "nsError.h"
#include "nsStringGlue.h"

#if defined(XP_WIN32)
#include <windows.h>

#if defined(XP_MACOSX)
#include <mach/mach.h>

#if defined(XP_LINUX)
#include <signal.h>

class nsIFile;
template<class KeyClass, class DataType> class nsDataHashtable;
class nsCStringHashKey;

namespace CrashReporter {
nsresult SetExceptionHandler(nsIFile* aXREDirectory, bool force=false);
nsresult UnsetExceptionHandler();

 * Tell the crash reporter to recalculate where crash events files should go.
 * SetCrashEventsDir is used before XPCOM is initialized from the startup
 * code.
 * UpdateCrashEventsDir uses the directory service to re-set the
 * crash event directory based on the current profile.
 * 1. If environment variable is present, use it. We don't expect
 *    the environment variable except for tests and other atypical setups.
 * 2. <profile>/crashes/events
 * 3. <UAppData>/Crash Reports/events
void SetUserAppDataDirectory(nsIFile* aDir);
void SetProfileDirectory(nsIFile* aDir);
void UpdateCrashEventsDir();

 * Get the path where crash event files should be written.
bool     GetCrashEventsDir(nsAString& aPath);

bool     GetEnabled();
bool     GetServerURL(nsACString& aServerURL);
nsresult SetServerURL(const nsACString& aServerURL);
bool     GetMinidumpPath(nsAString& aPath);
nsresult SetMinidumpPath(const nsAString& aPath);

// AnnotateCrashReport and AppendAppNotesToCrashReport may be called from any
// thread in a chrome process, but may only be called from the main thread in
// a content process.
nsresult AnnotateCrashReport(const nsACString& key, const nsACString& data);
nsresult AppendAppNotesToCrashReport(const nsACString& data);

void AnnotateOOMAllocationSize(size_t size);
nsresult SetGarbageCollecting(bool collecting);
void SetEventloopNestingLevel(uint32_t level);

nsresult SetRestartArgs(int argc, char** argv);
nsresult SetupExtraData(nsIFile* aAppDataDirectory,
                        const nsACString& aBuildID);
bool GetLastRunCrashID(nsAString& id);

// Registers an additional memory region to be included in the minidump
nsresult RegisterAppMemory(void* ptr, size_t length);
nsresult UnregisterAppMemory(void* ptr);

// Functions for working with minidumps and .extras
typedef nsDataHashtable<nsCStringHashKey, nsCString> AnnotationTable;

bool GetMinidumpForID(const nsAString& id, nsIFile** minidump);
bool GetIDFromMinidump(nsIFile* minidump, nsAString& id);
bool GetExtraFileForID(const nsAString& id, nsIFile** extraFile);
bool GetExtraFileForMinidump(nsIFile* minidump, nsIFile** extraFile);
bool AppendExtraData(const nsAString& id, const AnnotationTable& data);
bool AppendExtraData(nsIFile* extraFile, const AnnotationTable& data);
void RenameAdditionalHangMinidump(nsIFile* minidump, nsIFile* childMinidump,
                                  const nsACString& name);

#ifdef XP_WIN32
  nsresult WriteMinidumpForException(EXCEPTION_POINTERS* aExceptionInfo);
#ifdef XP_LINUX
  bool WriteMinidumpForSigInfo(int signo, siginfo_t* info, void* uc);
#ifdef XP_MACOSX
  nsresult AppendObjCExceptionInfoToAppNotes(void *inException);
nsresult GetSubmitReports(bool* aSubmitReport);
nsresult SetSubmitReports(bool aSubmitReport);

// Out-of-process crash reporter API.

// Initializes out-of-process crash reporting. This method must be called
// before the platform-specifi notificationpipe APIs are called.
void OOPInit();

// Return true if a dump was found for |childPid|, and return the
// path in |dump|.  The caller owns the last reference to |dump| if it
// is non-nullptr. The sequence parameter will be filled with an ordinal
// indicating which remote process crashed first.
bool TakeMinidumpForChild(uint32_t childPid,
                          nsIFile** dump,
                          uint32_t* aSequence = nullptr);

#if defined(XP_WIN)
typedef HANDLE ProcessHandle;
typedef DWORD ThreadId;
#elif defined(XP_MACOSX)
typedef task_t ProcessHandle;
typedef mach_port_t ThreadId;
typedef int ProcessHandle;
typedef int ThreadId;

// Return the current thread's ID.
// XXX: this is a somewhat out-of-place interface to expose through
// crashreporter, but it takes significant work to call sys_gettid()
// correctly on Linux and breakpad has already jumped through those
// hoops for us.
ThreadId CurrentThreadId();

// Create a hang report with two minidumps that are snapshots of the state
// of this parent process and |childPid|. The "main" minidump will be the
// child process, and this parent process will have the -browser extension.
// Returns true on success. If this function fails, it will attempt to delete
// any files that were created.
// The .extra information created will not include an additional_minidumps
// annotation: the caller should annotate additional_minidumps with
// at least "browser" and perhaps other minidumps attached to this report.
bool CreatePairedMinidumps(ProcessHandle childPid,
                           ThreadId childBlamedThread,
                           nsIFile** childDump);

// Create an additional minidump for a child of a process which already has
// a minidump (|parentMinidump|).
// The resulting dump will get the id of the parent and use the |name| as
// an extension.
bool CreateAdditionalChildMinidump(ProcessHandle childPid,
                                   ThreadId childBlamedThread,
                                   nsIFile* parentMinidump,
                                   const nsACString& name);

#  if defined(XP_WIN32) || defined(XP_MACOSX)
// Parent-side API for children
const char* GetChildNotificationPipe();

// Inject a crash report client into an arbitrary process, and inform the
// callback object when it crashes. Parent process only.

class InjectorCrashCallback
  InjectorCrashCallback() { }

   * Inform the callback of a crash. The client code should call
   * TakeMinidumpForChild to remove it from the PID mapping table.
   * The callback will not be fired if the client has already called
   * TakeMinidumpForChild for this process ID.
  virtual void OnCrash(DWORD processID) = 0;

// This method implies OOPInit
void InjectCrashReporterIntoProcess(DWORD processID, InjectorCrashCallback* cb);
void UnregisterInjectorCallback(DWORD processID);

// Child-side API
bool SetRemoteExceptionHandler(const nsACString& crashPipe);

#  elif defined(XP_LINUX)
// Parent-side API for children

// Set the outparams for crash reporter server's fd (|childCrashFd|)
// and the magic fd number it should be remapped to
// (|childCrashRemapFd|) before exec() in the child process.
// |SetRemoteExceptionHandler()| in the child process expects to find
// the server at |childCrashRemapFd|.  Return true iff successful.
// If crash reporting is disabled, both outparams will be set to -1
// and |true| will be returned.
bool CreateNotificationPipeForChild(int* childCrashFd, int* childCrashRemapFd);

// Child-side API
bool SetRemoteExceptionHandler();

#endif  // XP_WIN32

bool UnsetRemoteExceptionHandler();

// Android builds use a custom library loader, so /proc/<pid>/maps
// will just show anonymous mappings for all the non-system
// shared libraries. This API is to work around that by providing
// info about the shared libraries that are mapped into these anonymous
// mappings.
void AddLibraryMapping(const char* library_name,
                       uintptr_t   start_address,
                       size_t      mapping_length,
                       size_t      file_offset);


#endif /* nsExceptionHandler_h__ */