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/*
 * @(#)nmalloc.c 1 (Caltech) 2/21/82
 *
 *      U of M Modified: 20 Jun 1983 ACT: strange hacks for Emacs
 *
 *      Nov 1983, Mike@BRL, Added support for 4.1C/4.2 BSD.
 *
 * This is a very fast storage allocator.  It allocates blocks of a small 
 * number of different sizes, and keeps free lists of each size.  Blocks
 * that don't exactly fit are passed up to the next larger size.  In this 
 * implementation, the available sizes are (2^n)-4 (or -16) bytes long.
 * This is designed for use in a program that uses vast quantities of
 * memory, but bombs when it runs out.  To make it a little better, it
 * warns the user when he starts to get near the end.
 *
 * June 84, ACT: modified rcheck code to check the range given to malloc,
 * rather than the range determined by the 2-power used.
 *
 * Jan 85, RMS: calls malloc_warning to issue warning on nearly full.
 * No longer Emacs-specific; can serve as all-purpose malloc for GNU.
 * You should call malloc_init to reinitialize after loading dumped Emacs.
 * Call malloc_stats to get info on memory stats if MSTATS turned on.
 * realloc knows how to return same block given, just changing its size,
 * if the power of 2 is correct.
 */

/*
 * nextf[i] is the pointer to the next free block of size 2^(i+3).  The
 * smallest allocatable block is 8 bytes.  The overhead information will
 * go in the first int of the block, and the returned pointer will point
 * to the second.
 *
 #ifdef MSTATS
 * nmalloc[i] is the difference between the number of mallocs and frees
 * for a given block size.
 #endif MSTATS
 */

#ifdef emacs
/* config.h specifies which kind of system this is.  */
#include "config.h"
#else

/* Determine which kind of system this is.  */
#include <signal.h>
#ifndef SIGTSTP
#ifndef VMS
#ifndef USG
#define USG
#endif
#endif                        /* not VMS */
#else                   /* SIGTSTP */
#ifdef SIGIO
#define BSD4_2
#endif                        /* SIGIO */
#endif                        /* SIGTSTP */

#endif                        /* not emacs */

/* Define getpagesize () if the system does not.  */
#include "getpagesize.h"

#ifndef BSD4_2
#ifndef USG
#include <sys/vlimit.h>       /* warn the user when near the end */
#endif                        /* not USG */
#else                   /* if BSD4_2 */
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <sys/resource.h>
#endif                        /* BSD4_2 */

extern char *start_of_data();

#ifdef BSD
#ifndef DATA_SEG_BITS
#define start_of_data() &etext
#endif
#endif

#ifndef emacs
#define start_of_data() &etext
#endif

#define ISALLOC ((char) 0xf7) /* magic byte that implies allocation */
#define ISFREE ((char) 0x54)  /* magic byte that implies free block */
                        /* this is for error checking only */
#define ISMEMALIGN ((char) 0xd6)    /* Stored before the value returned by
                                 memalign, with the rest of the word
                                 being the distance to the true
                                 beginning of the block.  */

extern char etext;

/* These two are for user programs to look at, when they are interested.  */

unsigned int malloc_sbrk_used;      /* amount of data space used now */
unsigned int malloc_sbrk_unused;    /* amount more we can have */

/* start of data space; can be changed by calling init_malloc */
static char *data_space_start;

#ifdef MSTATS
static int nmalloc[30];
static int nmal, nfre;
#endif                        /* MSTATS */

/* If range checking is not turned on, all we have is a flag indicating
   whether memory is allocated, an index in nextf[], and a size field; to
   realloc() memory we copy either size bytes or 1<<(index+3) bytes depending
   on whether the former can hold the exact size (given the value of
   'index').  If range checking is on, we always need to know how much space
   is allocated, so the 'size' field is never used. */

struct mhead {
    char mh_alloc;            /* ISALLOC or ISFREE */
    char mh_index;            /* index in nextf[] */
/* Remainder are valid only when block is allocated */
    unsigned short mh_size;   /* size, if < 0x10000 */
#ifdef rcheck
    unsigned mh_nbytes;       /* number of bytes allocated */
    int mh_magic4;            /* should be == MAGIC4 */
#endif                        /* rcheck */
};

/* Access free-list pointer of a block.
   It is stored at block + 4.
   This is not a field in the mhead structure
   because we want sizeof (struct mhead)
   to describe the overhead for when the block is in use,
   and we do not want the free-list pointer to count in that.  */

#define CHAIN(a) \
  (*(struct mhead **) (sizeof (char *) + (char *) (a)))

#ifdef rcheck

/* To implement range checking, we write magic values in at the beginning and
   end of each allocated block, and make sure they are undisturbed whenever a
   free or a realloc occurs. */
/* Written in each of the 4 bytes following the block's real space */
#define MAGIC1 0x55
/* Written in the 4 bytes before the block's real space */
#define MAGIC4 0x55555555
#define ASSERT(p) if (!(p)) botch("p"); else {}
#define EXTRA  4        /* 4 bytes extra for MAGIC1s */
#else
#define ASSERT(p)
#define EXTRA  0
#endif                        /* rcheck */


/* nextf[i] is free list of blocks of size 2**(i + 3)  */

static struct mhead *nextf[30];

/* busy[i] is nonzero while allocation of block size i is in progress.  */

static char busy[30];

/* Number of bytes of writable memory we can expect to be able to get */
static unsigned int lim_data;

/* Level number of warnings already issued.
   0 -- no warnings issued.
   1 -- 75% warning already issued.
   2 -- 85% warning already issued.
 */
static int warnlevel;

/* Function to call to issue a warning;
   0 means don't issue them.  */
static void (*warnfunction) ();

/* nonzero once initial bunch of free blocks made */
static int gotpool;

char *_malloc_base;

static void getpool();

/* Cause reinitialization based on job parameters;
   also declare where the end of pure storage is. */
void
malloc_init(start, warnfun)
    char *start;
    void (*warnfun) ();
{
    if (start)
      data_space_start = start;
    lim_data = 0;
    warnlevel = 0;
    warnfunction = warnfun;
}

/* Return the maximum size to which MEM can be realloc'd
   without actually requiring copying.  */

int
malloc_usable_size(mem)
    char *mem;
{
    int blocksize = 8 << (((struct mhead *) mem) - 1)->mh_index;

    return blocksize - sizeof(struct mhead) - EXTRA;
}

void get_lim_data();

static void
morecore(nu)                  /* ask system for more memory */
    register int nu;          /* size index to get more of  */
{
    char *sbrk();
    register char *cp;
    register int nblks;
    register unsigned int siz;

#ifdef BSD
#ifndef BSD4_1
    int oldmask;

    /* ?? There was a suggestion not to block SIGILL, somehow for GDB's sake.  */
    oldmask = sigsetmask(-1);
#endif
#endif

    if (!data_space_start) {
      data_space_start = start_of_data();
    }
    if (lim_data == 0)
      get_lim_data();

    /* On initial startup, get two blocks of each size up to 1k bytes */
    if (!gotpool) {
      getpool();
      getpool();
      gotpool = 1;
    }
    /* Find current end of memory and issue warning if getting near max */

#ifndef VMS
    /* Maximum virtual memory on VMS is difficult to calculate since it
     * depends on several dynmacially changing things. Also, alignment
     * isn't that important. That is why much of the code here is ifdef'ed
     * out for VMS systems.
     */
    cp = sbrk(0);
    siz = cp - data_space_start;

    if (warnfunction)
      switch (warnlevel) {
      case 0:
          if (siz > (lim_data / 4) * 3) {
            warnlevel++;
            (*warnfunction) ("Warning: past 75% of memory limit");
          }
          break;
      case 1:
          if (siz > (lim_data / 20) * 17) {
            warnlevel++;
            (*warnfunction) ("Warning: past 85% of memory limit");
          }
          break;
      case 2:
          if (siz > (lim_data / 20) * 19) {
            warnlevel++;
            (*warnfunction) ("Warning: past 95% of memory limit");
          }
          break;
      }
    if ((int) cp & 0x3ff)     /* land on 1K boundaries */
      sbrk(1024 - ((int) cp & 0x3ff));
#endif                        /* not VMS */

    /* Take at least 2k, and figure out how many blocks of the desired size
       we're about to get */
    nblks = 1;
    if ((siz = nu) < 8)
      nblks = 1 << ((siz = 8) - nu);

    if ((cp = sbrk(1 << (siz + 3))) == (char *) -1) {
#ifdef BSD
#ifndef BSD4_1
      sigsetmask(oldmask);
#endif
#endif
      return;                 /* no more room! */
    }
    malloc_sbrk_used = siz;
    malloc_sbrk_unused = lim_data - siz;

#ifndef VMS
    if ((int) cp & 7) {       /* shouldn't happen, but just in case */
      cp = (char *) (((int) cp + 8) & ~7);
      nblks--;
    }
#endif                        /* not VMS */

    /* save new header and link the nblks blocks together */
    nextf[nu] = (struct mhead *) cp;
    siz = 1 << (nu + 3);
    while (1) {
      ((struct mhead *) cp)->mh_alloc = ISFREE;
      ((struct mhead *) cp)->mh_index = nu;
      if (--nblks <= 0)
          break;
      CHAIN((struct mhead *) cp) = (struct mhead *) (cp + siz);
      cp += siz;
    }
    CHAIN((struct mhead *) cp) = 0;

#ifdef BSD
#ifndef BSD4_1
    sigsetmask(oldmask);
#endif
#endif
}

static void
getpool()
{
    register int nu;
    char *sbrk();
    register char *cp = sbrk(0);

    if ((int) cp & 0x3ff)     /* land on 1K boundaries */
      sbrk(1024 - ((int) cp & 0x3ff));

    /* Record address of start of space allocated by malloc.  */
    if (_malloc_base == 0)
      _malloc_base = cp;

    /* Get 2k of storage */

    cp = sbrk(04000);
    if (cp == (char *) -1)
      return;

    /* Divide it into an initial 8-word block
       plus one block of size 2**nu for nu = 3 ... 10.  */

    CHAIN(cp) = nextf[0];
    nextf[0] = (struct mhead *) cp;
    ((struct mhead *) cp)->mh_alloc = ISFREE;
    ((struct mhead *) cp)->mh_index = 0;
    cp += 8;

    for (nu = 0; nu < 7; nu++) {
      CHAIN(cp) = nextf[nu];
      nextf[nu] = (struct mhead *) cp;
      ((struct mhead *) cp)->mh_alloc = ISFREE;
      ((struct mhead *) cp)->mh_index = nu;
      cp += 8 << nu;
    }
}

char *
malloc(n)               /* get a block */
    unsigned n;
{
    register struct mhead *p;
    register unsigned int nbytes;
    register int nunits = 0;

    /* Figure out how many bytes are required, rounding up to the nearest
       multiple of 8, then figure out which nestf[] area to use.
       Both the beginning of the header and the beginning of the
       block should be on an eight byte boundary.  */
    nbytes = (n + ((sizeof *p + 7) & ~7) + EXTRA + 7) & ~7;
    {
      register unsigned int shiftr = (nbytes - 1) >> 2;

      while (shiftr >>= 1)
          nunits++;
    }

    /* In case this is reentrant use of malloc from signal handler,
       pick a block size that no other malloc level is currently
       trying to allocate.  That's the easiest harmless way not to
       interfere with the other level of execution.  */
    while (busy[nunits])
      nunits++;
    busy[nunits] = 1;

    /* If there are no blocks of the appropriate size, go get some */
    /* COULD SPLIT UP A LARGER BLOCK HERE ... ACT */
    if (nextf[nunits] == 0)
      morecore(nunits);

    /* Get one block off the list, and set the new list head */
    if ((p = nextf[nunits]) == 0) {
      busy[nunits] = 0;
      return 0;
    }
    nextf[nunits] = CHAIN(p);
    busy[nunits] = 0;

    /* Check for free block clobbered */
    /* If not for this check, we would gobble a clobbered free chain ptr */
    /* and bomb out on the NEXT allocate of this size block */
    if (p->mh_alloc != ISFREE || p->mh_index != nunits)
      botch("block on free list clobbered");

    /* Fill in the info, and if range checking, set up the magic numbers */
    p->mh_alloc = ISALLOC;
#ifdef rcheck
    p->mh_nbytes = n;
    p->mh_magic4 = MAGIC4;
    {
      /* Get the location n after the beginning of the user's space.  */
      register char *m = (char *) p + ((sizeof *p + 7) & ~7) + n;

      *m++ = MAGIC1, *m++ = MAGIC1, *m++ = MAGIC1, *m = MAGIC1;
    }
#else                   /* not rcheck */
    p->mh_size = n;
#endif                        /* not rcheck */
#ifdef MSTATS
    nmalloc[nunits]++;
    nmal++;
#endif                        /* MSTATS */
    return (char *) p + ((sizeof *p + 7) & ~7);
}

void
free(mem)
    char *mem;
{
    register struct mhead *p;
    {
      register char *ap = mem;

      if (ap == 0)
          return;

      p = (struct mhead *) (ap - ((sizeof *p + 7) & ~7));
      if (p->mh_alloc == ISMEMALIGN) {
          ap -= p->mh_size;
          p = (struct mhead *) (ap - ((sizeof *p + 7) & ~7));
      }
      if (p->mh_alloc != ISALLOC) {
          if (p->mh_alloc == ISFREE)
            botch("free: Called with already freed block argument\n");
          else
            botch("free: Called with bad argument\n");
      }
#ifdef rcheck
      ASSERT(p->mh_magic4 == MAGIC4);
      ap += p->mh_nbytes;
      ASSERT(*ap++ == MAGIC1);
      ASSERT(*ap++ == MAGIC1);
      ASSERT(*ap++ == MAGIC1);
      ASSERT(*ap == MAGIC1);
#endif                        /* rcheck */
    }
    {
      register int nunits = p->mh_index;

      ASSERT(nunits <= 29);
      p->mh_alloc = ISFREE;

      /* Protect against signal handlers calling malloc.  */
      busy[nunits] = 1;
      /* Put this block on the free list.  */
      CHAIN(p) = nextf[nunits];
      nextf[nunits] = p;
      busy[nunits] = 0;

#ifdef MSTATS
      nmalloc[nunits]--;
      nfre++;
#endif                        /* MSTATS */
    }
}

char *
realloc(mem, n)
    char *mem;
    register unsigned n;
{
    register struct mhead *p;
    register unsigned int tocopy;
    register unsigned int nbytes;
    register int nunits;

    if (mem == 0)
      return malloc(n);
    p = (struct mhead *) (mem - ((sizeof *p + 7) & ~7));
    nunits = p->mh_index;
    ASSERT(p->mh_alloc == ISALLOC);
#ifdef rcheck
    ASSERT(p->mh_magic4 == MAGIC4);
    {
      register char *m = mem + (tocopy = p->mh_nbytes);
      ASSERT(*m++ == MAGIC1);
      ASSERT(*m++ == MAGIC1);
      ASSERT(*m++ == MAGIC1);
      ASSERT(*m == MAGIC1);
    }
#else                   /* not rcheck */
    if (p->mh_index >= 13)
      tocopy = (1 << (p->mh_index + 3)) - ((sizeof *p + 7) & ~7);
    else
      tocopy = p->mh_size;
#endif                        /* not rcheck */

    /* See if desired size rounds to same power of 2 as actual size. */
    nbytes = (n + ((sizeof *p + 7) & ~7) + EXTRA + 7) & ~7;

    /* If ok, use the same block, just marking its size as changed.  */
    if (nbytes > (4 << nunits) && nbytes <= (8 << nunits)) {
#ifdef rcheck
      register char *m = mem + tocopy;
      *m++ = 0;
      *m++ = 0;
      *m++ = 0;
      *m++ = 0;
      p->mh_nbytes = n;
      m = mem + n;
      *m++ = MAGIC1;
      *m++ = MAGIC1;
      *m++ = MAGIC1;
      *m++ = MAGIC1;
#else                   /* not rcheck */
      p->mh_size = n;
#endif                        /* not rcheck */
      return mem;
    }
    if (n < tocopy)
      tocopy = n;
    {
      register char *new;
      int bcopy();

      if ((new = malloc(n)) == 0)
          return 0;
      bcopy(mem, new, tocopy);
      free(mem);
      return new;
    }
}

#ifndef VMS

char *
memalign(alignment, size)
    unsigned alignment, size;
{
    register char *ptr = malloc(size + alignment);
    register char *aligned;
    register struct mhead *p;

    if (ptr == 0)
      return 0;
    /* If entire block has the desired alignment, just accept it.  */
    if (((int) ptr & (alignment - 1)) == 0)
      return ptr;
    /* Otherwise, get address of byte in the block that has that alignment.  */
    aligned = (char *) (((int) ptr + alignment - 1) & -alignment);

    /* Store a suitable indication of how to free the block,
       so that free can find the true beginning of it.  */
    p = (struct mhead *) aligned - 1;
    p->mh_size = aligned - ptr;
    p->mh_alloc = ISMEMALIGN;
    return aligned;
}

#ifndef HPUX
/* This runs into trouble with getpagesize on HPUX.
   Patching out seems cleaner than the ugly fix needed.  */
char *
valloc(size)
    int size;
{
    return memalign(getpagesize(), size);
}
#endif                        /* not HPUX */
#endif                        /* not VMS */

#ifdef MSTATS
/* Return statistics describing allocation of blocks of size 2**n. */

struct mstats_value {
    int blocksize;
    int nfree;
    int nused;
};

struct mstats_value
malloc_stats(size)
    int size;
{
    struct mstats_value v;
    register struct mhead *p;

    v.nfree = 0;

    if (size < 0 || size >= 30) {
      v.blocksize = 0;
      v.nused = 0;
      return v;
    }
    v.blocksize = 1 << (size + 3);
    v.nused = nmalloc[size];

    for (p = nextf[size]; p; p = CHAIN(p))
      v.nfree++;

    return v;
}
int
malloc_mem_used()
{
    int i;
    int size_used;

    size_used = 0;

    for (i = 0; i < 30; i++) {
      int allocation_size = 1 << (i + 3);

      size_used += nmalloc[i] * allocation_size;
    }

    return size_used;
}

int
malloc_mem_free()
{
    int i;
    int size_unused;

    size_unused = 0;

    for (i = 0; i < 30; i++) {
      int allocation_size = 1 << (i + 3);
      struct mhead *p;

      for (p = nextf[i]; p; p = CHAIN(p))
          size_unused += allocation_size;
    }

    return size_unused;
}
#endif                        /* MSTATS */

/*
 *    This function returns the total number of bytes that the process
 *      will be allowed to allocate via the sbrk(2) system call.  On
 *      BSD systems this is the total space allocatable to stack and
 *      data.  On USG systems this is the data space only.
 */

#ifdef USG
void
get_lim_data()
{
    extern long ulimit();

#ifdef ULIMIT_BREAK_VALUE
    lim_data = ULIMIT_BREAK_VALUE;
#else
    lim_data = ulimit(3, 0);
#endif

    lim_data -= (long) data_space_start;
}

#else                   /* not USG */
#ifndef BSD4_2
void
get_lim_data()
{
    lim_data = vlimit(LIM_DATA, -1);
}

#else                   /* BSD4_2 */
void
get_lim_data()
{
    struct rlimit XXrlimit;
    void getrlimit();

    getrlimit(RLIMIT_DATA, &XXrlimit);
#ifdef RLIM_INFINITY
    lim_data = XXrlimit.rlim_cur & RLIM_INFINITY;     /* soft limit */
#else
    lim_data = XXrlimit.rlim_cur;   /* soft limit */
#endif
}

#endif                        /* BSD4_2 */
#endif                        /* not USG */

#ifdef VMS
/* There is a problem when dumping and restoring things on VMS. Calls
 * to SBRK don't necessarily result in contiguous allocation. Dumping
 * doesn't work when it isn't. Therefore, we make the initial
 * allocation contiguous by allocating a big chunk, and do SBRKs from
 * there. Once Emacs has dumped there is no reason to continue
 * contiguous allocation, malloc doesn't depend on it.
 *
 * There is a further problem of using brk and sbrk while using VMS C
 * run time library routines malloc, calloc, etc. The documentation
 * says that this is a no-no, although I'm not sure why this would be
 * a problem. In any case, we remove the necessity to call brk and
 * sbrk, by calling calloc (to assure zero filled data) rather than
 * sbrk.
 *
 * VMS_ALLOCATION_SIZE is the size of the allocation array. This
 * should be larger than the malloc size before dumping. Making this
 * too large will result in the startup procedure slowing down since
 * it will require more space and time to map it in.
 *
 * The value for VMS_ALLOCATION_SIZE in the following define was determined
 * by running emacs linked (and a large allocation) with the debugger and
 * looking to see how much storage was used. The allocation was 201 pages,
 * so I rounded it up to a power of two.
 */
#ifndef VMS_ALLOCATION_SIZE
#define VMS_ALLOCATION_SIZE   (512*256)
#endif

/* Use VMS RTL definitions */
#undef sbrk
#undef brk
#undef malloc
int vms_out_initial = 0;
char vms_initial_buffer[VMS_ALLOCATION_SIZE];
static char *vms_current_brk = &vms_initial_buffer;
static char *vms_end_brk = &vms_initial_buffer[VMS_ALLOCATION_SIZE - 1];

#include <stdio.h>

char *
sys_sbrk(incr)
    int incr;
{
    char *sbrk(), *temp, *ptr;

    if (vms_out_initial) {
      /* out of initial allocation... */
      if (!(temp = malloc(incr)))
          temp = (char *) -1;
    } else {
      /* otherwise, go out of our area */
      ptr = vms_current_brk + incr; /* new current_brk */
      if (ptr <= vms_end_brk) {
          temp = vms_current_brk;
          vms_current_brk = ptr;
      } else {
          vms_out_initial = 1;      /* mark as out of initial allocation */
          if (!(temp = malloc(incr)))
            temp = (char *) -1;
      }
    }
    return temp;
}
#endif                        /* VMS */

char rcsid_gnu_malloc[] = "$Id: gnu-malloc.c,v 1.2 1997/03/03 04:18:44 nop Exp $";

/* $Log: gnu-malloc.c,v $
/* Revision 1.2  1997/03/03 04:18:44  nop
/* GNU Indent normalization
/*
 * Revision 1.1.1.1  1997/03/03 03:45:02  nop
 * LambdaMOO 1.8.0p5
 *
 * Revision 2.1  1996/02/08  06:38:46  pavel
 * Updated copyright notice for 1996.  Release 1.8.0beta1.
 *
 * Revision 2.0  1995/11/30  04:45:02  pavel
 * New baseline version, corresponding to release 1.8.0alpha1.
 *
 * Revision 1.4  1992/10/23  23:03:47  pavel
 * Added copyright notice.
 *
 * Revision 1.3  1992/07/21  00:03:37  pavel
 * Added rcsid_<filename-root> declaration to hold the RCS ident. string.
 *
 * Revision 1.2  1992/07/21  00:02:53  pavel
 * Added rcsid_<filename-root> declaration to hold the RCS ident. string.
 *
 * Revision 1.1  1992/07/20  23:23:12  pavel
 * Initial RCS-controlled version.
 */

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