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abort.c File Reference
#include <bits/libc-lock.h>
#include <signal.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <abort-instr.h>

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Defines

#define ABORT_INSTRUCTION

Functions

 __libc_lock_define_initialized_recursive (static, lock)
void abort (void)

Variables

static int stage

Define Documentation

Definition at line 31 of file abort.c.


Function Documentation

void abort ( void  )

Definition at line 49 of file abort.c.

{
  struct sigaction act;
  sigset_t sigs;

  /* First acquire the lock.  */
  __libc_lock_lock_recursive (lock);

  /* Now it's for sure we are alone.  But recursive calls are possible.  */

  /* Unlock SIGABRT.  */
  if (stage == 0)
    {
      ++stage;
      if (__sigemptyset (&sigs) == 0 &&
         __sigaddset (&sigs, SIGABRT) == 0)
       __sigprocmask (SIG_UNBLOCK, &sigs, (sigset_t *) NULL);
    }

  /* Flush all streams.  We cannot close them now because the user
     might have registered a handler for SIGABRT.  */
  if (stage == 1)
    {
      ++stage;
      fflush (NULL);
    }

  /* Send signal which possibly calls a user handler.  */
  if (stage == 2)
    {
      /* This stage is special: we must allow repeated calls of
        `abort' when a user defined handler for SIGABRT is installed.
        This is risky since the `raise' implementation might also
        fail but I don't see another possibility.  */
      int save_stage = stage;

      stage = 0;
      __libc_lock_unlock_recursive (lock);

      raise (SIGABRT);

      __libc_lock_lock_recursive (lock);
      stage = save_stage + 1;
    }

  /* There was a handler installed.  Now remove it.  */
  if (stage == 3)
    {
      ++stage;
      memset (&act, '\0', sizeof (struct sigaction));
      act.sa_handler = SIG_DFL;
      __sigfillset (&act.sa_mask);
      act.sa_flags = 0;
      __sigaction (SIGABRT, &act, NULL);
    }

  /* Now close the streams which also flushes the output the user
     defined handler might has produced.  */
  if (stage == 4)
    {
      ++stage;
      __fcloseall ();
    }

  /* Try again.  */
  if (stage == 5)
    {
      ++stage;
      raise (SIGABRT);
    }

  /* Now try to abort using the system specific command.  */
  if (stage == 6)
    {
      ++stage;
      ABORT_INSTRUCTION;
    }

  /* If we can't signal ourselves and the abort instruction failed, exit.  */
  if (stage == 7)
    {
      ++stage;
      _exit (127);
    }

  /* If even this fails try to use the provided instruction to crash
     or otherwise make sure we never return.  */
  while (1)
    /* Try for ever and ever.  */
    ABORT_INSTRUCTION;
}

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Variable Documentation

int stage [static]

Definition at line 41 of file abort.c.