// Copyright 2014 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
//go:build amd64 || arm64 || loong64 || mips64 || mips64le || ppc64 || ppc64le || riscv64 || s390x || wasm
package runtime
import "unsafe"
const (
// addrBits is the number of bits needed to represent a virtual address.
//
// See heapAddrBits for a table of address space sizes on
// various architectures. 48 bits is enough for all
// architectures except s390x.
//
// On AMD64, virtual addresses are 48-bit (or 57-bit) numbers sign extended to 64.
// We shift the address left 16 to eliminate the sign extended part and make
// room in the bottom for the count.
//
// On s390x, virtual addresses are 64-bit. There's not much we
// can do about this, so we just hope that the kernel doesn't
// get to really high addresses and panic if it does.
addrBits = 48
// In addition to the 16 bits taken from the top, we can take 3 from the
// bottom, because node must be pointer-aligned, giving a total of 19 bits
// of count.
cntBits = 64 - addrBits + 3
// On AIX, 64-bit addresses are split into 36-bit segment number and 28-bit
// offset in segment. Segment numbers in the range 0x0A0000000-0x0AFFFFFFF(LSA)
// are available for mmap.
// We assume all lfnode addresses are from memory allocated with mmap.
// We use one bit to distinguish between the two ranges.
aixAddrBits = 57
aixCntBits = 64 - aixAddrBits + 3
// riscv64 SV57 mode gives 56 bits of userspace VA.
// lfstack code supports it, but broader support for SV57 mode is incomplete,
// and there may be other issues (see #54104).
riscv64AddrBits = 56
riscv64CntBits = 64 - riscv64AddrBits + 3
)
func lfstackPack(node *lfnode, cnt uintptr) uint64 {
if GOARCH == "ppc64" && GOOS == "aix" {
return uint64(uintptr(unsafe.Pointer(node)))<<(64-aixAddrBits) | uint64(cnt&(1<> cntBits << 3)))
}
if GOARCH == "ppc64" && GOOS == "aix" {
return (*lfnode)(unsafe.Pointer(uintptr((val >> aixCntBits << 3) | 0xa<<56)))
}
if GOARCH == "riscv64" {
return (*lfnode)(unsafe.Pointer(uintptr(val >> riscv64CntBits << 3)))
}
return (*lfnode)(unsafe.Pointer(uintptr(val >> cntBits << 3)))
}