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/* Copyright 2017 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
* Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
* found in the LICENSE file.
*/
#ifndef __CROS_EC_EVENT_LOG_H
#define __CROS_EC_EVENT_LOG_H
#include "config.h"
#include "common.h"
#include "compile_time_macros.h"
#include "stddef.h"
enum flash_event_type {
FE_LOG_START = 0,
FE_LOG_CORRUPTED = 1,
FE_TPM_I2C_ERROR = 2,
FE_LOG_OVERFLOWS = 3, /* A single byte, overflow counter. */
FE_LOG_LOCKS = 4, /* A single byte, lock failures counter. */
FE_LOG_NVMEM = 5, /* NVMEM failure, variable structure. */
FE_LOG_TPM_WIPE_ERROR = 6, /* Failed to wipe the TPM */
FE_LOG_TRNG_STALL = 7, /* Stall while retrieving a random number. */
FE_LOG_DCRYPTO_FAILURE = 8, /* Dcrypto had to be reset. */
/*
* Fixed padding value makes it easier to parse log space
* snapshots.
*/
FE_LOG_PAD = 253,
/* A test event, the highest possible event type value. */
FE_LOG_TEST = 254,
};
struct flash_log_entry {
/*
* Until real wall clock time is available this is a monotonically
* increasing entry number.
*
* TODO(vbendeb): however unlikely, there could be multiple events
* logged within the same 1 second interval. There needs to be a
* way to handle this. Maybe storing incremental time, having only
* the very first entry in the log carry the real time. Maybe
* enhancing the log traversion function to allow multiple entries
* with the same timestamp value.
*/
uint32_t timestamp;
uint8_t size; /* [7:6] caller-def'd [5:0] payload size in bytes. */
uint8_t type; /* event type, caller-defined */
uint8_t crc;
uint8_t payload[0]; /* optional additional data payload: 0..63 bytes. */
} __packed;
/* Payloads for various log events. */
/* NVMEM failures. */
enum nvmem_failure_type {
NVMEMF_MALLOC = 0,
NVMEMF_PH_SIZE_MISMATCH = 1,
NVMEMF_READ_UNDERRUN = 2,
NVMEMF_INCONSISTENT_FLASH_CONTENTS = 3,
NVMEMF_MIGRATION_FAILURE = 4,
NVMEMF_LEGACY_ERASE_FAILURE = 5,
NVMEMF_EXCESS_DELETE_OBJECTS = 6,
NVMEMF_UNEXPECTED_LAST_OBJ = 7,
NVMEMF_MISSING_OBJECT = 8,
NVMEMF_SECTION_VERIFY = 9,
NVMEMF_PRE_ERASE_MISMATCH = 10,
NVMEMF_PAGE_LIST_OVERFLOW = 11,
NVMEMF_CIPHER_ERROR = 12,
NVMEMF_CORRUPTED_INIT = 13,
NVMEMF_CONTAINER_HASH_MISMATCH = 14,
NVMEMF_UNRECOVERABLE_INIT = 15,
NVMEMF_NVMEM_WIPE = 16,
};
/* Not all nvmem failures require payload. */
struct nvmem_failure_payload {
uint8_t failure_type;
union {
uint16_t size; /* How much memory was requested. */
struct {
uint16_t ph_offset;
uint16_t expected;
} ph __packed;
uint16_t underrun_size; /* How many bytes short. */
uint8_t last_obj_type;
} __packed;
} __packed;
/* Returned in the "type" field, when there is no entry available */
#define FLASH_LOG_NO_ENTRY 0xff
#define MAX_FLASH_LOG_PAYLOAD_SIZE ((1 << 6) - 1)
#define FLASH_LOG_PAYLOAD_SIZE_MASK (MAX_FLASH_LOG_PAYLOAD_SIZE)
#define FLASH_LOG_PAYLOAD_SIZE(size) ((size)&FLASH_LOG_PAYLOAD_SIZE_MASK)
/* Size of log entry for a specific payload size. */
#define FLASH_LOG_ENTRY_SIZE(payload_sz) \
((FLASH_LOG_PAYLOAD_SIZE(payload_sz) + \
sizeof(struct flash_log_entry) + CONFIG_FLASH_WRITE_SIZE - 1) & \
~(CONFIG_FLASH_WRITE_SIZE - 1))
/*
* Flash log implementation expects minimum flash write size not to exceed the
* log header structure size.
*
* It will be easy to extend implementation to cover larger write sizes if
* necessary.
*/
BUILD_ASSERT(sizeof(struct flash_log_entry) >= CONFIG_FLASH_WRITE_SIZE);
/* A helper structure to represent maximum size flash elog event entry. */
union entry_u {
uint8_t entry[FLASH_LOG_ENTRY_SIZE(MAX_FLASH_LOG_PAYLOAD_SIZE)];
struct flash_log_entry r;
};
#define COMPACTION_SPACE_PRESERVE (CONFIG_FLASH_LOG_SPACE / 4)
#define STARTUP_LOG_FULL_WATERMARK (CONFIG_FLASH_LOG_SPACE * 3 / 4)
#define RUN_TIME_LOG_FULL_WATERMARK (CONFIG_FLASH_LOG_SPACE * 9 / 10)
/*
* Add an entry to the event log. No errors are reported, as there is little
* we can do if logging attempt fails.
*/
void flash_log_add_event(uint8_t type, uint8_t size, void *payload);
/*
* Report the next event after the passed in number.
*
* Return
* - positive integer - the size of the retrieved event
* - 0 if there is no more events
* - -EC_ERROR_BUSY if event logging is in progress
* - -EC_ERROR_MEMORY_ALLOCATION if event body does not fit into the buffer
* - -EC_ERROR_INVAL in case log storage is corrupted
*/
int flash_log_dequeue_event(uint32_t event_after, void *buffer,
size_t buffer_size);
void flash_log_register_flash_control_callback(
void (*flash_control)(int enable));
/*
* Set log timestamp base. The argument is current epoch time in seconds.
* Return value of EC_ERROR_INVAL indicates attempt to set the timestamp base
* to a value below the latest log entry timestamp.
*/
enum ec_error_list flash_log_set_tstamp(uint32_t tstamp);
/* Get current log timestamp value. */
uint32_t flash_log_get_tstamp(void);
#if defined(TEST_BUILD)
void flash_log_init(void);
extern uint32_t last_used_timestamp;
extern uint32_t lock_failures_count;
extern uint8_t log_event_in_progress;
#endif
#endif /* __CROS_EC_EVENT_LOG_H */