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// Licensed to the .NET Foundation under one or more agreements.
// The .NET Foundation licenses this file to you under the MIT license.
// See the LICENSE file in the project root for more information.
/**************************************************************************************
** **
** Corprof.idl - CLR Profiling interfaces. **
** **
**************************************************************************************/
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- *
* Imported types
* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
#if !DEFINITIONS_FROM_NON_IMPORTABLE_PLACES
cpp_quote("#define CorDB_CONTROL_Profiling \"Cor_Enable_Profiling\"")
cpp_quote("#define CorDB_CONTROL_ProfilingL L\"Cor_Enable_Profiling\"")
cpp_quote("#if 0")
import "unknwn.idl";
typedef LONG32 mdToken;
typedef mdToken mdModule;
typedef mdToken mdTypeDef;
typedef mdToken mdMethodDef;
typedef mdToken mdFieldDef;
typedef ULONG CorElementType;
// Forward declaration of enum in CorHdr.h
enum CorElementType;
// Forward declaration of structs in Cor.h
typedef struct
{
DWORD dwOSPlatformId; // Operating system platform.
DWORD dwOSMajorVersion; // OS Major version.
DWORD dwOSMinorVersion; // OS Minor version.
} OSINFO;
typedef struct
{
USHORT usMajorVersion; // Major Version.
USHORT usMinorVersion; // Minor Version.
USHORT usBuildNumber; // Build Number.
USHORT usRevisionNumber; // Revision Number.
LPWSTR szLocale; // Locale.
ULONG cbLocale; // [IN/OUT] Size of the buffer in wide chars/Actual size.
DWORD *rProcessor; // Processor ID array.
ULONG ulProcessor; // [IN/OUT] Size of the Processor ID array/Actual # of entries filled in.
OSINFO *rOS; // OSINFO array.
ULONG ulOS; // [IN/OUT]Size of the OSINFO array/Actual # of entries filled in.
} ASSEMBLYMETADATA;
cpp_quote("#endif")
typedef const BYTE *LPCBYTE;
typedef BYTE *LPBYTE;
typedef BYTE COR_SIGNATURE;
typedef COR_SIGNATURE* PCOR_SIGNATURE;
typedef const COR_SIGNATURE* PCCOR_SIGNATURE;
#endif
cpp_quote("#ifndef _COR_IL_MAP")
cpp_quote("#define _COR_IL_MAP")
#ifdef INTERNAL_DOCS
// Note that this structure is also defined in CorDebug.idl - PROPAGATE CHANGES
// BOTH WAYS, or this'll become a really insidious bug some day.
#endif
typedef struct _COR_IL_MAP
{
ULONG32 oldOffset; // Old IL offset relative to beginning of function
ULONG32 newOffset; // New IL offset relative to beginning of function
BOOL fAccurate; //put here for compatibility with the Debugger structure.
} COR_IL_MAP;
cpp_quote("#endif //_COR_IL_MAP")
cpp_quote("#ifndef _COR_DEBUG_IL_TO_NATIVE_MAP_")
cpp_quote("#define _COR_DEBUG_IL_TO_NATIVE_MAP_")
/* ICorProfilerInfo:: GetILToNativeMapping returns an array of
* COR_DEBUG_IL_TO_NATIVE_MAP structures. In order to convey that certain
* ranges of native instructions correspond to special regions of code (for
* example, the prolog), an entry in the array may have it's ilOffset field set
* to one of these values.
*/
typedef enum CorDebugIlToNativeMappingTypes
{
NO_MAPPING = -1,
PROLOG = -2,
EPILOG = -3
} CorDebugIlToNativeMappingTypes;
typedef struct COR_DEBUG_IL_TO_NATIVE_MAP
{
ULONG32 ilOffset;
ULONG32 nativeStartOffset;
ULONG32 nativeEndOffset;
} COR_DEBUG_IL_TO_NATIVE_MAP;
cpp_quote("#endif // _COR_DEBUG_IL_TO_NATIVE_MAP_")
cpp_quote("#ifndef _COR_FIELD_OFFSET_")
cpp_quote("#define _COR_FIELD_OFFSET_")
typedef struct _COR_FIELD_OFFSET
{
mdFieldDef ridOfField; // fieldDef token of the field
ULONG ulOffset; // offset (from the ObjectID pointer) of the field
} COR_FIELD_OFFSET;
cpp_quote("#endif // _COR_FIELD_OFFSET_")
#ifndef DO_NO_IMPORTS
import "wtypes.idl";
import "unknwn.idl";
#endif
#define STDMETHODCALLTYPE
typedef UINT_PTR ProcessID;
typedef UINT_PTR AssemblyID;
typedef UINT_PTR AppDomainID;
typedef UINT_PTR ModuleID;
typedef UINT_PTR ClassID;
typedef UINT_PTR ThreadID;
typedef UINT_PTR ContextID;
typedef UINT_PTR FunctionID;
typedef UINT_PTR ObjectID;
typedef UINT_PTR GCHandleID;
typedef UINT_PTR COR_PRF_ELT_INFO;
typedef UINT_PTR ReJITID;
typedef union {FunctionID functionID; UINT_PTR clientID;} FunctionIDOrClientID;
/*
* The FunctionIDMapper type definition is used by the
* ICorProfilerInfo::SetFunctionIDMapper method to specify
* a function that will be called to map FunctionIDs to alternative
* values that will be passed to the function entry and function exit
* callbacks supplied to the ICorProfilerInfo::SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks
* method. The mapper can be set only once and it is recommended to do so
* in the Initialize callback.
*
* NOTE: There is a known bug in this API that must be worked around.
* The return value of FunctionIDMapper cannot be NULL (unless the boolean
* value in pbHookTheFunction is FALSE). All other values are treated as
* opaque data to be passed to the entry/exit callback functions. The use
* of a NULL return value will produce unpredictable results, including
* possibly halting the process.
*
* NOTE: Profilers should be tolerant of cases where multiple threads of
* a profiled app are calling the same method simultaneously. In such
* cases, the profiler may receive multiple FunctionIDMapper callbacks
* for the same functionId. The profiler should be certain to return
* the same values from this callback when it is called multiple times
* with the same functionId.
*
*/
typedef UINT_PTR __stdcall FunctionIDMapper(
FunctionID funcId,
BOOL *pbHookFunction);
typedef UINT_PTR __stdcall FunctionIDMapper2(
FunctionID funcId,
void *clientData,
BOOL *pbHookFunction);
/*
* Enum for specifying how much data to pass back with a stack snapshot
*/
typedef enum _COR_PRF_SNAPSHOT_INFO
{
COR_PRF_SNAPSHOT_DEFAULT = 0x0,
// Return a register context for each frame
COR_PRF_SNAPSHOT_REGISTER_CONTEXT = 0x1,
// Use a quicker stack walk algorithm based on the EBP frame chain. This is available
// on x86 only.
COR_PRF_SNAPSHOT_X86_OPTIMIZED = 0x2,
} COR_PRF_SNAPSHOT_INFO;
/*
* Opaque handle that represents information about a given stack frame. It is only
* valid during the callback to which it is passed.
*/
typedef UINT_PTR COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO;
/*
* Describes a range of function arguments stored contiguously in left-to-right
* order in memory.
*/
typedef struct _COR_PRF_FUNCTION_ARGUMENT_RANGE
{
UINT_PTR startAddress; // start address of the range
ULONG length; // contiguous length of the range
} COR_PRF_FUNCTION_ARGUMENT_RANGE;
/*
* Describes the locations in memory of a function's arguments, in
* left-to-right order. Note that arguments stored in registers are
* spilled to memory to build these structures.
*/
typedef struct _COR_PRF_FUNCTION_ARGUMENT_INFO
{
ULONG numRanges; // number of chunks of arguments
ULONG totalArgumentSize; // total size of arguments
COR_PRF_FUNCTION_ARGUMENT_RANGE ranges[1]; // chunks
} COR_PRF_FUNCTION_ARGUMENT_INFO;
/*
* Represents one contiguous chunk of native code
*/
typedef struct _COR_PRF_CODE_INFO
{
UINT_PTR startAddress;
SIZE_T size;
} COR_PRF_CODE_INFO;
/*
* Enum for describing the type of static a field is. These may be bit-wise
* or'ed with each other if the field is multiple types.
*/
typedef enum
{
COR_PRF_FIELD_NOT_A_STATIC = 0x0,
COR_PRF_FIELD_APP_DOMAIN_STATIC = 0x1,
COR_PRF_FIELD_THREAD_STATIC = 0x2,
COR_PRF_FIELD_CONTEXT_STATIC = 0x4,
COR_PRF_FIELD_RVA_STATIC = 0x8
} COR_PRF_STATIC_TYPE;
/*
* Represents a function uniquely by combining the FunctionID
* with a ReJITID.
*/
typedef struct _COR_PRF_FUNCTION
{
FunctionID functionId;
ReJITID reJitId;
} COR_PRF_FUNCTION;
/*
* Structure populated by profiler when declaring additional assembly references
* that the CLR should consider when performing an assembly reference closure
* walk. See ICorProfilerCallback6::GetAssemblyReferences and
* ICorProfilerAssemblyReferenceProvider::AddAssemblyReference
*/
typedef struct _COR_PRF_ASSEMBLY_REFERENCE_INFO
{
void *pbPublicKeyOrToken; // Public key or token of the assembly.
ULONG cbPublicKeyOrToken; // Count of bytes in the public key or token.
LPCWSTR szName; // Name of the assembly being referenced.
ASSEMBLYMETADATA * pMetaData; // Assembly MetaData, as defined in cor.h
void *pbHashValue; // Hash Blob.
ULONG cbHashValue; // Count of bytes in the Hash Blob.
DWORD dwAssemblyRefFlags; // Flags.
} COR_PRF_ASSEMBLY_REFERENCE_INFO;
/*
* Represents a IL methods uniquely by combining the module ID and method token.
*/
typedef struct _COR_PRF_METHOD
{
ModuleID moduleId;
mdMethodDef methodId;
} COR_PRF_METHOD;
/*
* NOTE!!!
*
* The following applies to ALL FunctionEnter[2,3], FunctionLeave[2,3],
* FunctionTailcall[2,3] hooks below:
*
* It is VERY IMPORTANT to note that these function implementations must be
* __declspec(naked), since the EE is not saving any registers before calling
* any of them. YOU MUST SAVE ALL REGISTERS YOU USE, INCLUDING FPU REGISTERS
* IF THE FPU STACK IS NOT EMPTY AND YOU INTEND TO USE IT.
*
* NOTE: The profiler should not block here, since the stack may not be in a
* GC-friendly state and so preemptive GC cannot be enabled. If the
* profiler blocks here and a GC is attempted, the runtime will block
* until this callback returns. Also, the profiler may NOT call into
* managed code or in any way cause a managed memory allocation.
*/
/*
* NOTE: DEPRECATED IN V2
*
* These functions are considered deprecated in V2 and higher. They will
* continue to work, but incur a performance penalty for usage. For equivalent
* functionality, use the FunctionEnter3/Leave3/Tailcall3 callbacks with
* bits cleared for COR_PRF_ENABLE_FRAME_INFO, COR_PRF_ENABLE_FUNCTION_RETVAL
* and COR_PRF_ENABLE_FUNCTION_ARGS.
*/
typedef void STDMETHODCALLTYPE FunctionEnter(
FunctionID funcID);
typedef void STDMETHODCALLTYPE FunctionLeave(
FunctionID funcID);
typedef void STDMETHODCALLTYPE FunctionTailcall(
FunctionID funcID);
/*
* NOTE: DEPRECATED IN V4
*
* These functions are considered deprecated in V4 and higher. They will
* continue to work, but incur a performance penalty for usage. For equivalent
* functionality, use the FunctionEnter3/Leave3/Tailcall3 callbacks.
*/
typedef void STDMETHODCALLTYPE FunctionEnter2(
FunctionID funcId,
UINT_PTR clientData,
COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO func,
COR_PRF_FUNCTION_ARGUMENT_INFO *argumentInfo);
typedef void STDMETHODCALLTYPE FunctionLeave2(
FunctionID funcId,
UINT_PTR clientData,
COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO func,
COR_PRF_FUNCTION_ARGUMENT_RANGE *retvalRange);
typedef void STDMETHODCALLTYPE FunctionTailcall2(
FunctionID funcId,
UINT_PTR clientData,
COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO func);
/*
* When you are not interested in inspecting arguments or return values, then
* use these to be notified as functions are called and return. Use
* SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks3 to register your implementations of these
* functions.
*
* functionIDOrClientID: if the profiler returned a remapped value from
* FunctionIDMapper[2], then this is that remapped value; else it is the
* true FunctionID of the function.
*/
typedef void STDMETHODCALLTYPE FunctionEnter3(
FunctionIDOrClientID functionIDOrClientID);
typedef void STDMETHODCALLTYPE FunctionLeave3(
FunctionIDOrClientID functionIDOrClientID);
typedef void STDMETHODCALLTYPE FunctionTailcall3(
FunctionIDOrClientID functionIDOrClientID);
/*
* When you are interested in inspecting arguments and return values, then
* use these to be notified as functions are called and return. Use
* SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks3WithInfo to register your implementations of these
* functions.
*
* functionIDOrClientID: if the profiler returned a remapped value from
* FunctionIDMapper[2], then this is that remapped value; else it is the
* true FunctionID of the function.
*
* eltInfo is an opaque handle that represents information about a given stack frame.
* It is only valid during the callback to which it is passed.
*/
typedef void STDMETHODCALLTYPE FunctionEnter3WithInfo(
FunctionIDOrClientID functionIDOrClientID,
COR_PRF_ELT_INFO eltInfo);
typedef void STDMETHODCALLTYPE FunctionLeave3WithInfo(
FunctionIDOrClientID functionIDOrClientID,
COR_PRF_ELT_INFO eltInfo);
typedef void STDMETHODCALLTYPE FunctionTailcall3WithInfo(
FunctionIDOrClientID functionIDOrClientID,
COR_PRF_ELT_INFO eltInfo);
/*
* Stack snapshot callback definition.
*
* This callback is called once per managed frame or run of unmanaged frames.
*
* funcID is the FunctionID of the managed function. If funcID == 0, the callback is
* for a run of unmanaged frames. The profiler may either ignore the frame, or use
* the register context to perform its own unmanaged stackwalk.
*
* ip is the native IP in the frame
*
* frameInfo is the COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO for this frame. It is only valid for
* use during this callback.
*
* context is a Win32 CONTEXT struct for the current platform (size given in
* contextSize). It will only be valid if the COR_PRF_SNAPSHOT_CONTEXT flag
* was passed to DoStackSnapshot.
*
* clientData is a void* passed straight through from DoStackSnapshot
*
* NOTE: One must limit the complexity of work done in StackSnapshotCallback.
* For example, particularly when using DoStackSnapshot in an asynchronous manner,
* the target thread may be holding locks. Executing code within StackSnapshotCallback
* that requires the same locks could lead to deadlock.
*/
typedef HRESULT __stdcall StackSnapshotCallback(
FunctionID funcId,
UINT_PTR ip,
COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO frameInfo,
ULONG32 contextSize,
BYTE context[],
void *clientData);
typedef enum
{
// These flags represent classes of callback events
COR_PRF_MONITOR_NONE = 0x00000000,
// MONITOR_FUNCTION_UNLOADS controls the
// FunctionUnloadStarted callback.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_FUNCTION_UNLOADS = 0x00000001,
// MONITOR_CLASS_LOADS controls the ClassLoad*
// and ClassUnload* callbacks.
// See the comments on those callbacks for important
// behavior changes in V2.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_CLASS_LOADS = 0x00000002,
// MONITOR_MODULE_LOADS controls the
// ModuleLoad*, ModuleUnload*, and ModuleAttachedToAssembly
// callbacks.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_MODULE_LOADS = 0x00000004,
// MONITOR_ASSEMBLY_LOADS controls the
// AssemblyLoad* and AssemblyUnload* callbacks
COR_PRF_MONITOR_ASSEMBLY_LOADS = 0x00000008,
// MONITOR_APPDOMAIN_LOADS controls the
// AppDomainCreation* and AppDomainShutdown* callbacks
COR_PRF_MONITOR_APPDOMAIN_LOADS = 0x00000010,
// MONITOR_JIT_COMPILATION controls the
// JITCompilation*, JITFunctionPitched, and JITInlining
// callbacks.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_JIT_COMPILATION = 0x00000020,
// MONITOR_EXCEPTIONS controls the ExceptionThrown,
// ExceptionSearch*, ExceptionOSHandler*, ExceptionUnwind*,
// and ExceptionCatcher* callbacks.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_EXCEPTIONS = 0x00000040,
// MONITOR_GC controls the GarbageCollectionStarted/Finished,
// MovedReferences, SurvivingReferences,
// ObjectReferences, ObjectsAllocatedByClass,
// RootReferences*, HandleCreated/Destroyed, and FinalizeableObjectQueued
// callbacks.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_GC = 0x00000080,
// MONITOR_OBJECT_ALLOCATED controls the
// ObjectAllocated callback.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_OBJECT_ALLOCATED = 0x00000100,
// MONITOR_THREADS controls the ThreadCreated,
// ThreadDestroyed, ThreadAssignedToOSThread,
// and ThreadNameChanged callbacks.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_THREADS = 0x00000200,
// MONITOR_REMOTING controls the Remoting*
// callbacks.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_REMOTING = 0x00000400,
// MONITOR_CODE_TRANSITIONS controls the
// UnmanagedToManagedTransition and
// ManagedToUnmanagedTransition callbacks.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_CODE_TRANSITIONS = 0x00000800,
// MONITOR_ENTERLEAVE controls the
// FunctionEnter*/Leave*/Tailcall* callbacks
COR_PRF_MONITOR_ENTERLEAVE = 0x00001000,
// MONITOR_CCW controls the COMClassicVTable*
// callbacks.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_CCW = 0x00002000,
// MONITOR_REMOTING_COOKIE controls whether
// a cookie will be passed to the Remoting* callbacks
COR_PRF_MONITOR_REMOTING_COOKIE = 0x00004000 | COR_PRF_MONITOR_REMOTING,
// MONITOR_REMOTING_ASYNC controls whether
// the Remoting* callbacks will monitor async events
COR_PRF_MONITOR_REMOTING_ASYNC = 0x00008000 | COR_PRF_MONITOR_REMOTING,
// MONITOR_SUSPENDS controls the RuntimeSuspend*,
// RuntimeResume*, RuntimeThreadSuspended, and
// RuntimeThreadResumed callbacks.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_SUSPENDS = 0x00010000,
// MONITOR_CACHE_SEARCHES controls the
// JITCachedFunctionSearch* callbacks.
// See the comments on those callbacks for important
// behavior changes in V2.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_CACHE_SEARCHES = 0x00020000,
// NOTE: ReJIT is now supported again. The profiler must set this flag on
// startup in order to use RequestReJIT or RequestRevert. If the profiler specifies
// this flag, then the profiler must also specify COR_PRF_DISABLE_ALL_NGEN_IMAGES
COR_PRF_ENABLE_REJIT = 0x00040000,
// V2 MIGRATION WARNING: DEPRECATED
// Inproc debugging is no longer supported. ENABLE_INPROC_DEBUGGING
// has no effect.
COR_PRF_ENABLE_INPROC_DEBUGGING = 0x00080000,
// V2 MIGRATION NOTE: DEPRECATED
// The runtime now always tracks IL-native maps; this flag is thus always
// considered to be set.
COR_PRF_ENABLE_JIT_MAPS = 0x00100000,
// DISABLE_INLINING tells the runtime to disable all inlining
COR_PRF_DISABLE_INLINING = 0x00200000,
// DISABLE_OPTIMIZATIONS tells the runtime to disable all code optimizations
COR_PRF_DISABLE_OPTIMIZATIONS = 0x00400000,
// ENABLE_OBJECT_ALLOCATED tells the runtime that the profiler may want
// object allocation notifications. This must be set during initialization if the profiler
// ever wants object notifications (using COR_PRF_MONITOR_OBJECT_ALLOCATED)
COR_PRF_ENABLE_OBJECT_ALLOCATED = 0x00800000,
// MONITOR_CLR_EXCEPTIONS controls the ExceptionCLRCatcher*
// callbacks.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_CLR_EXCEPTIONS = 0x01000000,
// All callback events are enabled with this flag
COR_PRF_MONITOR_ALL = 0x0107FFFF,
// ENABLE_FUNCTION_ARGS enables argument tracing through FunctionEnter2.
COR_PRF_ENABLE_FUNCTION_ARGS = 0X02000000,
// ENABLE_FUNCTION_RETVAL enables retval tracing through FunctionLeave2.
COR_PRF_ENABLE_FUNCTION_RETVAL = 0X04000000,
// ENABLE_FRAME_INFO enables retrieval of exact ClassIDs for generic functions using
// GetFunctionInfo2 with a COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO obtained from FunctionEnter2.
COR_PRF_ENABLE_FRAME_INFO = 0X08000000,
// ENABLE_STACK_SNAPSHOT enables the used of DoStackSnapshot calls.
COR_PRF_ENABLE_STACK_SNAPSHOT = 0X10000000,
// USE_PROFILE_IMAGES causes the native image search to look for profiler-enhanced
// images. If no profiler-enhanced image is found for a given assembly the
// runtime will fallback to JIT for that assembly.
COR_PRF_USE_PROFILE_IMAGES = 0x20000000,
// COR_PRF_DISABLE_TRANSPARENCY_CHECKS_UNDER_FULL_TRUST will disable security
// transparency checks normally done during JIT compilation and class loading for
// full trust assemblies. This can make some instrumentation easier to perform.
COR_PRF_DISABLE_TRANSPARENCY_CHECKS_UNDER_FULL_TRUST
= 0x40000000,
// Prevents all NGEN images (including profiler-enhanced images) from loading. If
// this and COR_PRF_USE_PROFILE_IMAGES are both specified,
// COR_PRF_DISABLE_ALL_NGEN_IMAGES wins.
COR_PRF_DISABLE_ALL_NGEN_IMAGES = 0x80000000,
// The mask for valid mask bits
COR_PRF_ALL = 0x8FFFFFFF,
// COR_PRF_REQUIRE_PROFILE_IMAGE represents all flags that require profiler-enhanced
// images.
COR_PRF_REQUIRE_PROFILE_IMAGE = COR_PRF_USE_PROFILE_IMAGES |
COR_PRF_MONITOR_CODE_TRANSITIONS |
COR_PRF_MONITOR_ENTERLEAVE,
COR_PRF_ALLOWABLE_AFTER_ATTACH = COR_PRF_MONITOR_THREADS |
COR_PRF_MONITOR_MODULE_LOADS |
COR_PRF_MONITOR_ASSEMBLY_LOADS |
COR_PRF_MONITOR_APPDOMAIN_LOADS |
COR_PRF_ENABLE_STACK_SNAPSHOT |
COR_PRF_MONITOR_GC |
COR_PRF_MONITOR_SUSPENDS |
COR_PRF_MONITOR_CLASS_LOADS |
COR_PRF_MONITOR_EXCEPTIONS |
COR_PRF_MONITOR_JIT_COMPILATION |
COR_PRF_ENABLE_REJIT,
// MONITOR_IMMUTABLE represents all flags that may only be set during initialization.
// Trying to change any of these flags elsewhere will result in a
// failed HRESULT.
COR_PRF_MONITOR_IMMUTABLE = COR_PRF_MONITOR_CODE_TRANSITIONS |
COR_PRF_MONITOR_REMOTING |
COR_PRF_MONITOR_REMOTING_COOKIE |
COR_PRF_MONITOR_REMOTING_ASYNC |
COR_PRF_ENABLE_INPROC_DEBUGGING |
COR_PRF_ENABLE_JIT_MAPS |
COR_PRF_DISABLE_OPTIMIZATIONS |
COR_PRF_DISABLE_INLINING |
COR_PRF_ENABLE_OBJECT_ALLOCATED |
COR_PRF_ENABLE_FUNCTION_ARGS |
COR_PRF_ENABLE_FUNCTION_RETVAL |
COR_PRF_ENABLE_FRAME_INFO |
COR_PRF_USE_PROFILE_IMAGES |
COR_PRF_DISABLE_TRANSPARENCY_CHECKS_UNDER_FULL_TRUST |
COR_PRF_DISABLE_ALL_NGEN_IMAGES
} COR_PRF_MONITOR;
/*
* Additional flags the profiler can specify via SetEventMask2 when loading
*/
typedef enum
{
COR_PRF_HIGH_MONITOR_NONE = 0x00000000,
COR_PRF_HIGH_ADD_ASSEMBLY_REFERENCES = 0x00000001,
COR_PRF_HIGH_IN_MEMORY_SYMBOLS_UPDATED = 0x00000002,
COR_PRF_HIGH_MONITOR_DYNAMIC_FUNCTION_UNLOADS = 0x00000004,
COR_PRF_HIGH_DISABLE_TIERED_COMPILATION = 0x00000008,
COR_PRF_HIGH_REQUIRE_PROFILE_IMAGE = 0,
COR_PRF_HIGH_ALLOWABLE_AFTER_ATTACH = COR_PRF_HIGH_IN_MEMORY_SYMBOLS_UPDATED | COR_PRF_HIGH_MONITOR_DYNAMIC_FUNCTION_UNLOADS,
// MONITOR_IMMUTABLE represents all flags that may only be set during initialization.
// Trying to change any of these flags elsewhere will result in a
// failed HRESULT.
COR_PRF_HIGH_MONITOR_IMMUTABLE = COR_PRF_HIGH_DISABLE_TIERED_COMPILATION,
} COR_PRF_HIGH_MONITOR;
/*
* COR_PRF_MISC contains miscellaneous constant ID's used for special
* purposes.
*/
typedef enum
{
// PROFILER_PARENT_UNKNOWN is the AssemblyID used by GetModuleInfo
// when a module has not yet been attached to an assembly.
PROFILER_PARENT_UNKNOWN = 0xFFFFFFFD,
// PROFILER_GLOBAL_CLASS is a ClassID used for globals that belong to no class
PROFILER_GLOBAL_CLASS = 0xFFFFFFFE,
// PROFILER_GLOBAL_MODULE is a ModuleID used for globals that belong
// to no module in particular
PROFILER_GLOBAL_MODULE = 0xFFFFFFFF
} COR_PRF_MISC;
/*
* COR_PRF_JIT_CACHE contains values used to express the result of a
* cached function search. Note that FOUND is 0, and thus this is not truly
* a boolean.
*/
typedef enum
{
COR_PRF_CACHED_FUNCTION_FOUND,
COR_PRF_CACHED_FUNCTION_NOT_FOUND
} COR_PRF_JIT_CACHE;
/*
* COR_PRF_TRANSITION_REASON contains values used to describe
* the reason for a ManagedToUnmanaged or UnmanagedToManagedTransition
* callback.
*/
typedef enum
{
COR_PRF_TRANSITION_CALL,
COR_PRF_TRANSITION_RETURN
} COR_PRF_TRANSITION_REASON;
/*
* COR_PRF_SUSPEND_REASON contains values used to describe the
* reason for suspending the runtime. See the RuntimeSuspension*
* callbacks for detailed descriptions of each.
*/
typedef enum
{
COR_PRF_SUSPEND_OTHER = 0,
COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_GC = 1,
COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_APPDOMAIN_SHUTDOWN = 2,
COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_CODE_PITCHING = 3,
COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_SHUTDOWN = 4,
COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_INPROC_DEBUGGER = 6,
COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_GC_PREP = 7,
COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_REJIT = 8,
} COR_PRF_SUSPEND_REASON;
/*
* COR_PRF_RUNTIME_TYPE contains values used to indicate the
* type of runtime.
*/
typedef enum
{
COR_PRF_DESKTOP_CLR = 0x1,
COR_PRF_CORE_CLR = 0x2,
} COR_PRF_RUNTIME_TYPE;
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- *
* Forward declarations
* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
interface ICorProfilerCallback;
interface ICorProfilerCallback2;
interface ICorProfilerCallback3;
interface ICorProfilerCallback4;
interface ICorProfilerInfo;
interface ICorProfilerInfo2;
interface ICorProfilerInfo3;
interface ICorProfilerInfo4;
interface ICorProfilerObjectEnum;
interface ICorProfilerFunctionEnum;
interface ICorProfilerModuleEnum;
interface ICorProfilerThreadEnum;
interface ICorProfilerMethodEnum;
interface IMethodMalloc;
interface ICorProfilerFunctionControl;
interface ICorProfilerAssemblyReferenceProvider;
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- *
* User Callback interface
* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
/*
* The ICorProfilerCallback interface is used by the CLR to notify a
* code profiler when events have occurred that the code profiler has registered
* an in interest in receiving. This is the primary callback interface through
* which the CLR communicates with the code profiler. A code profiler
* must register this callback interface in the Win32 registry. This object has
* several methods that receive notification from the runtime when an event is
* about to occur in an executing runtime process.
*
* The methods implemented on this interface return S_OK on success, or E_FAIL
* on failure.
*/
[
object,
uuid(176FBED1-A55C-4796-98CA-A9DA0EF883E7),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerCallback : IUnknown
{
/*
*
* STARTUP/SHUTDOWN EVENTS
*
*/
/*
* The CLR calls Initialize to setup the code profiler
* whenever a new CLR application is started. The call provides
* an IUnknown interface pointer that should be QI'd for an ICorProfilerInfo
* interface pointer.
*
* NOTE: this is the only opportunity to enable callbacks that are a part
* of COR_PRF_MONITOR_IMMUTABLE, since they can no longer be changed after
* returning from this function. This is done through SetEventMask on the
* ICorProfilerInfo object.
*/
HRESULT Initialize(
[in] IUnknown *pICorProfilerInfoUnk);
/*
* The CLR calls Shutdown to notify the code profiler that
* the application is exiting. This is the profiler's last opportunity to
* safely call functions on the ICorProfilerInfo interface. After returning
* from this function the runtime will proceed to unravel its internal data
* structures and any calls to ICorProfilerInfo are undefined in their
* behaviour.
*
* NOTE: Certain IMMUTABLE events may still occur after Shutdown.
*
* NOTE: Shutdown will only fire where the managed application that is being
* profiled was started running managed code (i.e., the initial frame on the
* process' stack is managed). If the application being profiled started
* life as unmanaged code, which later 'jumped into' managed code (thereby
* creating an instance of the CLR), then Shutdown will not fire. In these
* cases, the profiler should include a DllMain routine in their library that
* uses Win32's DLL_PROCESS_DETACH call to free any resources and perform tidy-up
* processing of its data (flush traces to disk, etc)
*
* NOTE: The profiler must in general cope with unexpected shutdowns, such as
* when the process is "killed" by Win32's TerminateProcess.
*
* NOTE: Sometimes the CLR will violently kill certain managed threads
* (background threads) without delivering orderly destruction messages for them.
*/
HRESULT Shutdown();
/*
*
* APPLICATION DOMAIN EVENTS
*
*/
/*
* Called when an application domain creation has begun and ended.
* The ID is not valid for any information request until the Finished
* event is called.
*
* Some parts of app domain loading may take place lazily at some time
* after the Finished callback. Therefore, while a failure HRESULT in
* hrStatus definitely indicates a failure, a success HRESULT only indicates
* that the first part of app domain creation succeeded.
*/
HRESULT AppDomainCreationStarted(
[in] AppDomainID appDomainId);
HRESULT AppDomainCreationFinished(
[in] AppDomainID appDomainId,
[in] HRESULT hrStatus);
/*
* Called before and after an app domain is unloaded from a process.
* The ID is no longer valid after the Started event returns.
*
* Some parts of app domain unloading may take place lazily at some time
* after the Finished callback. Therefore, while a failure HRESULT in
* hrStatus definitely indicates a failure, a success HRESULT only indicates
* that the first part of app domain unloading succeeded.
*/
HRESULT AppDomainShutdownStarted(
[in] AppDomainID appDomainId);
HRESULT AppDomainShutdownFinished(
[in] AppDomainID appDomainId,
[in] HRESULT hrStatus);
/*
*
* ASSEMBLY EVENTS
*
*/
/*
* Called when an Assembly load has begun and ended. The ID is not valid
* for any information request until the Finished event is called.
*
* Some parts of assembly loading may take place lazily at some time
* after the Finished callback. Therefore, while a failure HRESULT in
* hrStatus definitely indicates a failure, a success HRESULT only indicates
* that the first part of assembly loading succeeded.
*/
HRESULT AssemblyLoadStarted(
[in] AssemblyID assemblyId);
HRESULT AssemblyLoadFinished(
[in] AssemblyID assemblyId,
[in] HRESULT hrStatus);
/*
* Called before and after an assembly is unloaded.
* The ID is no longer valid after the Started event returns.
*
* Some parts of assembly unloading may take place lazily at some time
* after the Finished callback. Therefore, while a failure HRESULT in
* hrStatus definitely indicates a failure, a success HRESULT only indicates
* that the first part of assembly unloading succeeded.
*/
HRESULT AssemblyUnloadStarted(
[in] AssemblyID assemblyId);
HRESULT AssemblyUnloadFinished(
[in] AssemblyID assemblyId,
[in] HRESULT hrStatus);
/*
*
* MODULE EVENTS
*
*/
/*
* Called when a module load has begun and ended. The ID is not valid
* for any information request until the Finished event is called.
*
* Some parts of module loading may take place lazily at some time
* after the Finished callback. Therefore, while a failure HRESULT in
* hrStatus definitely indicates a failure, a success HRESULT only indicates
* that the first part of module loading succeeded.
*
* Note that when a module load is reported as finished this indicates
* that the load has completed but it has not yet returned to the caller.
* This is the opportunity for the profiler to note that other notifications regarding
* this module may start coming afterwards however internal safeguards
* protecting the runtime from recursive loading are still present and so it is
* a bad time to begin inquiries on this module. The notification is informational
* only.
*
* Note: ModuleLoadFinished is a reasonable time to interrogate MetaData via API's
* like GetModuleMetadata, however APIs that create (e.g. ClassID's and FunctionID's)
* are not safe to use here. Profiler writers are advised to stay in the universe of
* tokens.
*
*/
HRESULT ModuleLoadStarted(
[in] ModuleID moduleId);
HRESULT ModuleLoadFinished(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[in] HRESULT hrStatus);
/*
* Called before and after a module is unloaded.
* The ID is no longer valid after the Started event returns.
*
* Some parts of module unloading may take place lazily at some time
* after the Finished callback. Therefore, while a failure HRESULT in
* hrStatus definitely indicates a failure, a success HRESULT only indicates
* that the first part of module unloading succeeded.
*/
HRESULT ModuleUnloadStarted(
[in] ModuleID moduleId);
HRESULT ModuleUnloadFinished(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[in] HRESULT hrStatus);
/*
* A module can get loaded through legacy means (ie: IAT or LoadLibrary) or
* through a metadata reference. The CLR loader therefore has many code
* paths for determining what assembly a module lives in. It is therefore
* possible that after a ModuleLoadFinished event, the module does not
* know what assembly it is in and getting the parent AssemblyID is not possible.
* This event is fired when the module is officially attached to its parent
* assembly. Calling GetModuleInfo after this function is called will return the
* proper parent assembly.
*/
HRESULT ModuleAttachedToAssembly(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[in] AssemblyID AssemblyId);
/*
*
* CLASS EVENTS
*
*/
/*
* Called when a class load has begun and ended. The ID is not valid
* for any information request until the Finished event is called.
*
* Some parts of class loading may take place lazily at some time
* after the Finished callback. Therefore, while a failure HRESULT in
* hrStatus definitely indicates a failure, a success HRESULT only indicates
* that the first part of class loading succeeded.
*
* Note that when a class load is reported as finished this indicates
* that the load has completed but it has not yet returned to the caller.
* This is the opportunity for the profiler to note that other notifications regarding
* this class may start coming afterwards however internal safeguards
* protecting the runtime from recursive loading are still present and so it is
* a bad time to begin inquiries on this class. The notification is informational
* only.
*
*/
HRESULT ClassLoadStarted(
[in] ClassID classId);
HRESULT ClassLoadFinished(
[in] ClassID classId,
[in] HRESULT hrStatus);
/*
* Called before and after a class is unloaded.
* The ID is no longer valid after the Started event returns.
*
* Some parts of class unloading may take place lazily at some time
* after the Finished callback. Therefore, while a failure HRESULT in
* hrStatus definitely indicates a failure, a success HRESULT only indicates
* that the first part of class unloading succeeded.
*/
HRESULT ClassUnloadStarted(
[in] ClassID classId);
HRESULT ClassUnloadFinished(
[in] ClassID classId,
[in] HRESULT hrStatus);
/*
*
* JIT EVENTS
*
*/
/*
* The CLR calls FunctionUnloadStarted to notify the code
* profiler that a function is being unloaded. After returning from this
* call, the FunctionID is no longer valid.
*/
HRESULT FunctionUnloadStarted(
[in] FunctionID functionId);
/*
* The CLR calls JITCompilationStarted to notify the code
* profiler that the JIT compiler is starting to compile a function.
*
* The fIsSafeToBlock argument tells the profiler whether or not blocking
* will affect the operation of the runtime. If true, blocking may cause
* the runtime to wait for the calling thread to return from this callback.
* Although this will not harm the runtime, it will skew the profiling
* results.
*
* NOTE: It is possible to receive more than one JITCompilationStarted/
* JITCompilationFinished pair for each method. This is because of how
* the runtime handles class constructors: method A starts to be JIT'd,
* then realizes that the class ctor for class B needs to be run, so
* JIT's it and runs it, and while it's running makes a call to original
* method A, which causes it to be JIT'd again, and causes the original
* (incomplete) JIT'ing of A to be aborted. However, both attempts to
* JIT A are reported with JIT compilation events. If the profiler is
* going to replace IL code for this method with SetILFunctionBody, then
* it must do so for both JITCompilationStarted events, but may use the
* same IL block for both.
*
* NOTE: A profiler should be tolerant of the sequence of JIT callbacks
* received in cases where two threads are simultaneously calling a
* method. For example, thread A receives JITCompilationStarted.
* But before thread A receives JITCompilationFinished, thread B
* receives FunctionEnter with the functionId from thread A's
* JITCompilationStarted callback. It may appear that functionId should
* not yet be valid because JITCompilationFinished had not yet been
* received. But it is indeed valid in such a case.
*/
HRESULT JITCompilationStarted(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] BOOL fIsSafeToBlock);
/*
* The CLR calls JITCompilationFinished to notify the code
* profiler that the JIT compiler has finished compiling a function.
*
* The fIsSafeToBlock argument tells the profiler whether or not blocking
* will affect the operation of the runtime. If true, blocking may cause
* the runtime to wait for the calling thread to return from this callback.
* Although this will not harm the runtime, it will skew the profiling
* results.
*
* The FunctionID is now valid in ICorProfilerInfo APIs.
*
* The hrStatus provides the success or failure of the operation
*/
HRESULT JITCompilationFinished(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] HRESULT hrStatus,
[in] BOOL fIsSafeToBlock);
/*
* V2 MIGRATION WARNING: DOES NOT ALWAYS OCCUR
* The JITCachedFunctionSearchStarted/Finished callbacks
* will now occur only for some functions in regular NGEN images;
* only profiler-optimized NGEN images will generate callbacks for
* all functions in the image. Profilers which do not use these callbacks
* to force a function to be JIT-compiled should move to using a lazy
* strategy for gathering function information.
*
* This notifies the profiler when a search for a prejitted function is
* starting.
*
* functionId: the function for which the search is being performed.
* bUseCachedFunction: if true, the EE uses the cached function (if applicable)
* if false, the EE jits the function instead of
* using a pre-jitted version.
*
* NOTE: Profilers should be tolerant of cases where multiple threads of
* a profiled app are calling the same method simultaneously. For example,
* thread A may receive JITCachedFunctionSearchStarted (and the
* profiler sets *pbUseCachedFunction=FALSE to force a JIT), thread A
* then receives JITCompilationStarted/JITCompilationFinished, then
* thread B receives another JITCachedFunctionSearchStarted for the same
* method. It might appear odd to receive this final callback, since the
* profiler already stated its intention to JIT the method. But this is
* occurring because the CLR in thread B decided to send this callback
* before thread A responded to JITCachedFunctionSearchStarted
* with *pbUseCachedFunction=FALSE, and the thread B callback
* hadn't actually been sent until now due how the threads
* happened to be scheduled. In such cases where the profiler
* receives duplicate JITCachedFunctionSearchStarted callbacks for
* the same functionId, the profiler should be certain to set
* *pbUseCachedFunction to the same value from this callback
* when it is called multiple times with the same functionId.
*/
HRESULT JITCachedFunctionSearchStarted(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[out] BOOL *pbUseCachedFunction);
/*
* V2 MIGRATION WARNING: DOES NOT ALWAYS OCCUR
* The JITCachedFunctionSearchStarted/Finished callbacks
* will now occur only for some functions in regular NGEN images;
* only profiler-optimized NGEN images will generate callbacks for
* all functions in the image. Profilers which do not use these callbacks
* to force a function to be JIT-compiled should move to using a lazy
* strategy for gathering function information.
*
* This notifies the profiler when a search for a cached function has been
* performed.
*
* functionId: the function for which the search has been performed.
* result: the result of the search. There are two possible results:
* COR_PRF_CACHED_FUNCTION_FOUND
* COR_PRF_CACHED_FUNCTION_NOT_FOUND
*
*/
HRESULT JITCachedFunctionSearchFinished(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] COR_PRF_JIT_CACHE result);
/*
* The CLR calls JITFunctionPitched to notify the profiler
* that a jitted function was removed from memory. If the pitched
* function is called in the future, the profiler will receive new
* JIT compilation events as it is re-jitted.
*
* Currently the CLR JIT does not pitch functions, so this callback
* will not be received.
*
* NOTE: the FunctionID is not valid until it is re-jitted. When it is
* re-jitted, it will use the same FunctionID value.
*/
HRESULT JITFunctionPitched(
[in] FunctionID functionId);
/*
* The CLR calls JITInlining to notify the profiler that the jitter
* is about to inline calleeId into callerId. Set pfShouldInline to FALSE
* to prevent the callee from being inlined into the caller, and set to
* TRUE to allow the inline to occur.
*
* NOTE: Inlined functions do not provide Enter/Leave events, so if you desire
* an accurate callgraph, you should set FALSE. Be aware that
* setting FALSE will affect performance, since inlining typically
* increases speed and reduces separate jitting events for the inlined
* method.
*
* NOTE: It is also possible to globally disable inlining by setting the
* COR_PRF_DISABLE_INLINING flag.
*/
HRESULT JITInlining(
[in] FunctionID callerId,
[in] FunctionID calleeId,
[out] BOOL *pfShouldInline);
/*
*
* THREAD EVENTS
*
*/
/*
* The CLR calls ThreadCreated to notify the code profiler
* that a thread has been created. The ThreadID is valid immediately.
*/
HRESULT ThreadCreated(
[in] ThreadID threadId);
/*
* The CLR calls ThreadDestroyed to notify the code profiler
* that a thread has been destroyed. The ThreadID is no longer valid
* at the time of this call.
*/
HRESULT ThreadDestroyed(
[in] ThreadID threadId);
/*
* The CLR calls ThreadAssignedToOSThread to tell the profiler
* that a managed thread is being implemented via a particualr OS thread.
* This callback exists so that the profiler can maintain an accurate
* OS to Managed thread mapping across fibres.
*/
HRESULT ThreadAssignedToOSThread(
[in] ThreadID managedThreadId,
[in] DWORD osThreadId);
/*
*
* REMOTING EVENTS
*
*/
//
// Client-side events
//
/*
* NOTE: each of the following pairs of callbacks will occur on the same
* thread
* RemotingClientInvocationStarted & RemotingClientSendingMessage
* RemotingClientReceivingReply & RemotingClientInvocationFinished
* RemotingServerInvocationReturned & RemotingServerSendingReply
*
* There are a few issues with the remoting callbacks that should be outlined.
* First, remoting function execution is not reflected by the profiler API, so
* the notifications for functions that are called from the client and executed
* to the server are not properly received. The actual invocation happens via a
* proxy object. That creates the illusion to the profiler that certain
* functions get jit-compiled but they never get used. Second, the profiler does
* not receive accurate notifications for asynchronous remoting events.
*/
/*
* The CLR calls RemotingClientInvocationStarted to notify the profiler that
* a remoting call has begun. This event is the same for synchronous and
* asynchronous calls.
*/
HRESULT RemotingClientInvocationStarted();
/*
* The CLR calls RemotingClientSendingMessage to notify the profiler that
* a remoting call is requiring the the caller to send an invocation request through
* a remoting channel.
*
* pCookie - if remoting GUID cookies are active, this value will correspond with the
* the value provided in RemotingServerReceivingMessage, if the channel
* succeeds in transmitting the message, and if GUID cookies are active on
* the server-side process. This allows easy pairing of remoting calls,
* and the creation of a logical call stack.
* fIsAsync - is true if the call is asynchronous.
*/
HRESULT RemotingClientSendingMessage(
[in] GUID *pCookie,
[in] BOOL fIsAsync);
/*
* The CLR calls RemotingClientReceivingReply to notify the profiler that
* the server-side portion of a remoting call has completed and that the client is
* now receiving and about to process the reply.
*
* pCookie - if remoting GUID cookies are active, this value will correspond with the
* the value provided in RemotingServerSendingReply, if the channel
* succeeds in transmitting the message, and if GUID cookies are active on
* the server-side process. This allows easy pairing of remoting calls.
* fIsAsync - is true if the call is asynchronous.
*/
HRESULT RemotingClientReceivingReply(
[in] GUID *pCookie,
[in] BOOL fIsAsync);
/*
* The CLR calls RemotingClientInvocationFinished to notify the profiler that
* a remoting invocation has run to completion on the client side. If the call was
* synchronous, this means that it has also run to completion on the server side. If
* the call was asynchronous, a reply may still be expected when the call is handled.
* If the call is asynchronous, and a reply is expected, then the reply will occur in
* the form of a call to RemotingClientReceivingReply and an additional call to
* RemotingClientInvocationFinished to indicate the required secondary processing of
* an asynchronous call.
*/
HRESULT RemotingClientInvocationFinished();
//
// Server-side events
//
/*
* The CLR calls RemotingServerReceivingMessage to notify the profiler that
* the process has received a remote method invocation (or activation) request. If
* the message request is asynchronous, then the request may be serviced by any
* arbitrary thread.
*
* pCookie - if remoting GUID cookies are active, this value will correspond with the
* the value provided in RemotingClientSendingMessage, if the channel
* succeeds in transmitting the message, and if GUID cookies are active on
* the client-side process. This allows easy pairing of remoting calls.
* fIsAsync - is true if the call is asynchronous.
*/
HRESULT RemotingServerReceivingMessage(
[in] GUID *pCookie,
[in] BOOL fIsAsync);
/*
* The CLR calls RemotingServerInvocationStarted to notify the profiler that
* the process is invoking a method due to a remote method invocation request.
*/
HRESULT RemotingServerInvocationStarted();
/*
* The CLR calls RemotingServerInvocationReturned to notify the profiler that
* the process has finished invoking a method due to a remote method invocation request.
*/
HRESULT RemotingServerInvocationReturned();
/*
* The CLR calls RemotingServerSendingReply to notify the profiler that
* the process has finished processing a remote method invocation request and is
* about to transmit the reply through a channel.
*
* pCookie - if remoting GUID cookies are active, this value will correspond with the
* the value provided in RemotingClientReceivingReply, if the channel
* succeeds in transmitting the message, and if GUID cookies are active on
* the client-side process. This allows easy pairing of remoting calls.
* fIsAsync - is true if the call is asynchronous.
*/
HRESULT RemotingServerSendingReply(
[in] GUID *pCookie,
[in] BOOL fIsAsync);
/*
*
* TRANSITION EVENTS
*
*/
/*
* The CLR calls UnmanagedToManagedTransition to notify the
* code profiler that a transition from unmanaged code to managed code has
* occurred. functionId is always the ID of the callee, and reason
* indicates whether the transition was due to a call into managed code from
* unmanaged, or a return from an unmanaged function called by a managed one.
*
* Note that if the reason is COR_PRF_TRANSITION_RETURN and the functionId is
* non-NULL, then the functionId is that of the unmanaged function, and will
* never have been jitted. Unmanaged functions still have some basic
* information associated with them, such as a name, and some metadata.
*
* Note that if the reason is COR_PRF_TRANSITION_RETURN and the callee was
* a PInvoke call indirect, then the runtime does not know the destination
* of the call and functionId will be NULL.
*
* Note that if the reason is COR_PRF_TRANSITION_CALL then it may be possible
* that the callee has not yet been JIT-compiled.
*/
HRESULT UnmanagedToManagedTransition(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] COR_PRF_TRANSITION_REASON reason);
/*
* The CLR calls ManagedToUnmanagedTransition to notify the
* code profiler that a transition from managed code to unmanaged code has
* occurred. functionId is always the ID of the callee, and reason
* indicates whether the transition was due to a call into unmanaged code from
* managed, or a return from an managed function called by an unmanaged one.
*
* Note that if the reason is COR_PRF_TRANSITION_CALL, then the functionId
* is that of the unmanaged function, and will never have been jitted.
* Unmanaged functions still have some basic information associated with
* them, such as a name, and some metadata.
*
* Note that if the reason is COR_PRF_TRANSITION_CALL and the callee is
* a PInvoke call indirect, then the runtime does not know the destination
* of the call and functionId will be NULL.
*/
HRESULT ManagedToUnmanagedTransition(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] COR_PRF_TRANSITION_REASON reason);
/*
*
* RUNTIME SUSPENSION EVENTS
*
*/
/*
* The CLR calls RuntimeSuspendStarted to notify the code profiler
* that the runtime is about to suspend all of the runtime threads.
* All runtime threads that are in unmanaged code are permitted to continue
* running until they try to re-enter the runtime, at which point they will
* also suspend until the runtime resumes. This also applies to new threads
* that enter the runtime. All threads within the runtime are either
* suspended immediately if they are in interruptible code, or asked to
* suspend when they do reach interruptible code.
*
* suspendReason make be any of the following values:
* COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_GC
* the runtime is suspending to service a GC request. The GC-related
* callbacks will occur between the RuntimeSuspendFinished and
* RuntimeResumeStarted events.
* COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_CODE_PITCHING
* the runtime is suspending so that code pitching may occur. This
* only occurs when the EJit is active with code pitching enabled.
* Code pitching callbacks will occur between the
* RuntimeSuspendFinished and RuntimeResumeStarted events.
* COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_APPDOMAIN_SHUTDOWN
* the runtime is suspending so that an AppDomain can be shut down.
* While the runtime is suspended, the runtime will determine which
* threads are in the AppDomain that is being shut down, set them to
* abort when they resume, and then resumes the runtime. There are
* no AppDomain-specific callbacks during this suspension.
* COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_SHUTDOWN
* the runtime is shutting down, and it must suspend all threads to
* complete the operation.
* COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_GC_PREP
* the runtime is preparing for a GC.
* COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_INPROC_DEBUGGER
* the runtime is suspending for in-process debugging.
* COR_PRF_SUSPEND_OTHER
* the runtime is suspending for a reason other than those above.
*/
HRESULT RuntimeSuspendStarted(
[in] COR_PRF_SUSPEND_REASON suspendReason);
/*
* The CLR calls RuntimeSuspendFinished to notify the code profiler
* that the runtime has suspended all threads needed for a runtime
* suspension. Note that not all runtime threads are required to be
* suspended, as described in the comment for RuntimeSuspendStarted.
*
* NOTE: It is guaranteed that this event will occur on the same ThreadID
* as RuntimeSuspendStarted occurred on.
*/
HRESULT RuntimeSuspendFinished();
/*
* The CLR calls RuntimeSuspendAborted to notify the code profiler
* that the runtime is aborting the runtime suspension that was occurring.
* This may occur if two threads simultaneously attempt to suspend the
* runtime.
*
* NOTE: It is guaranteed that this event will occur on the same ThreadID
* as the RuntimeSuspendStarted occurred on, and that only one of
* RuntimeSuspendFinished and RuntimeSuspendAborted may occur on a single
* thread following a RuntimeSuspendStarted event.
*/
HRESULT RuntimeSuspendAborted();
/*
* The CLR calls RuntimeResumeStarted to notify the code profiler
* that the runtime is about to resume all of the runtime threads.
*/
HRESULT RuntimeResumeStarted();
/*
* The CLR calls RuntimeResumeFinished to notify the code profiler
* that the runtime has finished resuming all of it's threads and is now
* back in normal operation.
*
* NOTE: It is *NOT* guaranteed that this event will occur on the same
* ThreadID as the RuntimeSuspendStarted occurred on, but is guaranteed
* to occur on the same ThreadID as the RuntimeResumeStarted occurred on.
*/
HRESULT RuntimeResumeFinished();
/*
* The CLR calls RuntimeThreadSuspended to notify the code profiler
* that a particular thread has been suspended.
*
* This notification may occur any time between the RuntimeSuspendStarted
* and the associated RuntimeResumeStarted. Notifications that occur
* between RuntimeSuspendFinished and RuntimeResumeStarted are for
* threads that had been running in unmanaged code and were suspended
* upon entry to the runtime.
*/
HRESULT RuntimeThreadSuspended(
[in] ThreadID threadId);
/*
* The CLR calls RuntimeThreadResumed to notify the code profiler
* that a particular thread has been resumed after being suspended due to
* a runtime suspension.
*/
HRESULT RuntimeThreadResumed(
[in] ThreadID threadId);
/*
*
* GC EVENTS
*
* NOTE: All of these callbacks (except ObjectAllocated) are made while the
* runtime is suspended, so none of the ObjectID values can change until
* the runtime resumes and another GC occurs.
*
* NOTE: The profiler will receive GC-related events (except ObjectAllocated)
* when the profiler has been suspended for COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_GC *except*
* for one special case. When the runtime is shutting down, there is a
* stage where it is suspended for COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_SHUTDOWN reason and
* is never resumed. But after this suspension a garbage collection may
* occur without a COR_PRF_SUSPEND_FOR_GC suspension notification, and
* the profiler will thus receive GC-related callbacks.
*
* NOTE: All of these callbacks (except ObjectAllocated) may be called more than
* once during the same GC. These calls should be considered multiple parts of
* one long report; the profiler should simply aggregate the information provided
* in all of them.
*/
/*
* The CLR calls MovedReferences with information about
* object references that moved as a result of garbage collection.
*
* cMovedObjectIDRanges is a count of the number of ObjectID ranges that
* were moved.
* oldObjectIDRangeStart is an array of elements, each of which is the start
* value of a range of ObjectID values before being moved.
* newObjectIDRangeStart is an array of elements, each of which is the start
* value of a range of ObjectID values after being moved.
* cObjectIDRangeLength is an array of elements, each of which states the
* size of the moved ObjectID value range.
*
* The last three arguments of this function are parallel arrays.
*
* In other words, if an ObjectID value lies within the range
* oldObjectIDRangeStart[i] <= ObjectID < oldObjectIDRangeStart[i] + cObjectIDRangeLength[i]
* for 0 <= i < cMovedObjectIDRanges, then the ObjectID value has changed to
* ObjectID - oldObjectIDRangeStart[i] + newObjectIDRangeStart[i]
*
* NOTE: None of the objectIDs returned by MovedReferences are valid during the callback
* itself, as the GC may be in the middle of moving objects from old to new. Thus profilers
* should not attempt to inspect objects during a MovedReferences call. At
* GarbageCollectionFinished, all objects have been moved to their new locations, and
* inspection may be done.
*
* THIS CALLBACK IS OBSOLETE. It reports ranges for objects >4GB as ULONG_MAX
* on 64-bit platforms. Use ICorProfilerCallback4::MovedReferences2 instead.
*/
HRESULT MovedReferences(
[in] ULONG cMovedObjectIDRanges,
[in, size_is(cMovedObjectIDRanges)] ObjectID oldObjectIDRangeStart[] ,
[in, size_is(cMovedObjectIDRanges)] ObjectID newObjectIDRangeStart[] ,
[in, size_is(cMovedObjectIDRanges)] ULONG cObjectIDRangeLength[] );
/*
* The CLR calls ObjectAllocated to notify the code profiler
* an object was allocated on the heap. This notification does not fire
* for allocations from the stack, nor from unmanaged memory.
*
* It is possible to receive a classId that corresponds to a regular class
* that has not been loaded yet. The profiler will receive a class load
* callback for that class immediately after the object creation callback.
*/
HRESULT ObjectAllocated(
[in] ObjectID objectId,
[in] ClassID classId);
/*
* The CLR calls ObjectsAllocatedByClass to notify the code
* profiler about the number of objects of a particular class that were
* allocated since the previous garbage collection. The classes and the
* counts are passed in parallel arrays. (Classes for which no instances
* have been allocated since the previous GC are omitted entirely.)
*
* NOTE: This callback will not report objects allocated in the large
* object heap.
*
* NOTE: The numbers here are only estimates. Use ObjectAllocated for
* exact counts.
*/
HRESULT ObjectsAllocatedByClass(
[in] ULONG cClassCount,
[in, size_is(cClassCount)] ClassID classIds[] ,
[in, size_is(cClassCount)] ULONG cObjects[] );
/*
* The CLR calls ObjectReferences to provide information
* about objects in memory referenced by a given object. This function
* is called for each object remaining in the GC heap after a collection
* has completed. If the profiler returns an error from this callback,
* the profiling services will discontinue invoking this callback until the
* next GC. This callback can be used in conjunction with the
* RootReferences callback to create a complete object reference graph for
* the runtime.
*
* NOTE: The CLR will ensure that each object reference is reported only
* once by this function.
*
* NOTE: None of the objectIDs returned by ObjectReferences are valid during the callback
* itself, as the GC may be in the middle of moving objects from old to new. Thus profilers
* should not attempt to inspect objects during an ObjectReferences call. At
* GarbageCollectionFinished, all objects have been moved to their new locations, and
* inspection may be done.
*/
HRESULT ObjectReferences(
[in] ObjectID objectId,
[in] ClassID classId,
[in] ULONG cObjectRefs,
[in, size_is(cObjectRefs)] ObjectID objectRefIds[] );
/*
* The CLR calls RootReferences with information about root
* references after a garbage collection has occurred. Static object
* references and references to objects on a stack are co-mingled in the
* arrays.
*
* NOTE: It is possible to get NULL ObjectIDs in the RootReferences callback.
* For example, all object references declared on the stack are treated as
* roots by the GC, and will always be reported.
*
* NOTE: None of the objectIDs returned by RootReferences are valid during the callback
* itself, as the GC may be in the middle of moving objects from old to new. Thus profilers
* should not attempt to inspect objects during a RootReferences call. At
* GarbageCollectionFinished, all objects have been moved to their new locations, and
* inspection may be done.
*/
HRESULT RootReferences(
[in] ULONG cRootRefs,
[in, size_is(cRootRefs)] ObjectID rootRefIds[] );
/*
*
* EXCEPTION EVENTS
*
*/
//
// Exception creation
//
/*
* The CLR calls ExceptionThrown to notify the code
* profiler that an exception has been thrown.
*
* NOTE: This function is only called if the exception reaches
* managed code.
*
* NOTE: The profiler should not block here, since the stack may not be in a
* GC-friendly state and so preemptive GC cannot be enabled. If the
* profiler blocks here and a GC is attempted, the runtime will block
* until this callback returns. Also, the profiler may NOT call into
* managed code or in any way cause a managed memory allocation.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionThrown(
[in] ObjectID thrownObjectId);
//
// Search phase
//
/*
* The CLR calls ExceptionSearchFunctionEnter to notify the profiler
* that the search phase of exception handling has entered a function.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionSearchFunctionEnter(
[in] FunctionID functionId);
/*
* The CLR calls ExceptionSearchFunctionLeave to notify the profiler
* that the search phase of exception handling has left a function.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionSearchFunctionLeave();
/*
* The CLR will call ExceptionSearchFilterEnter just before excecuting
* a user filter. The functionID is that of the function containing the filter.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionSearchFilterEnter(
[in] FunctionID functionId);
/*
* The CLR will call ExceptionSearchFilterLeave immediately after
* executing a user filter.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionSearchFilterLeave();
/*
* The CLR will call ExceptionSearchCatcherFound when the search
* phase of exception handling has located a handler for the exception that
* was thrown.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionSearchCatcherFound(
[in] FunctionID functionId);
/*
* DEPRECATED. It is the job of the unmanaged profiler to detect OS
* handling of exceptions.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionOSHandlerEnter(
[in] UINT_PTR __unused);
/*
* DEPRECATED. It is the job of the unmanaged profiler to detect OS
* handling of exceptions.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionOSHandlerLeave(
[in] UINT_PTR __unused);
//
// Unwind phase
//
/*
* The CLR calls ExceptionUnwindFunctionEnter to notify the profiler
* that the unwind phase of exception handling has entered a function.
*
* NOTE: The profiler should not block here, since the stack may not be in a
* GC-friendly state and so preemptive GC cannot be enabled. If the
* profiler blocks here and a GC is attempted, the runtime will block
* until this callback returns. Also, the profiler may NOT call into
* managed code or in any way cause a managed memory allocation.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionUnwindFunctionEnter(
[in] FunctionID functionId);
/*
* The CLR calls ExceptionUnwindFunctionLeave to notify the profiler
* that the unwind phase of exception handling has left a function. The
* function instance and it's stack data has now been removed from the stack.
*
* NOTE: The profiler should not block here, since the stack may not be in a
* GC-friendly state and so preemptive GC cannot be enabled. If the
* profiler blocks here and a GC is attempted, the runtime will block
* until this callback returns. Also, the profiler may NOT call into
* managed code or in any way cause a managed memory allocation.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionUnwindFunctionLeave();
/*
* The CLR calls ExceptionUnwindFinallyEnter to notify the profiler
* that the unwind phase of exception is entering a finally clause contained
* in the specified function.
*
* NOTE: The profiler should not block here, since the stack may not be in a
* GC-friendly state and so preemptive GC cannot be enabled. If the
* profiler blocks here and a GC is attempted, the runtime will block
* until this callback returns. Also, the profiler may NOT call into
* managed code or in any way cause a managed memory allocation.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionUnwindFinallyEnter(
[in] FunctionID functionId);
/*
* The CLR calls ExceptionUnwindFinallyLeave to notify the profiler
* that the unwind phase of exception is leaving a finally clause.
*
* NOTE: The profiler should not block here, since the stack may not be in a
* GC-friendly state and so preemptive GC cannot be enabled. If the
* profiler blocks here and a GC is attempted, the runtime will block
* until this callback returns. Also, the profiler may NOT call into
* managed code or in any way cause a managed memory allocation.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionUnwindFinallyLeave();
/*
* The CLR calls this function just before passing control to
* the appropriate catch block. Note that this is called only if the
* catch point is in JIT'ed code. An exception that is caught in
* unmanaged code, or in the internal code of the CLR will
* not generate this notification. The ObjectID is passed again since
* a GC could have moved the object since the ExceptionThrown
* notification.
*
* NOTE: The profiler should not block here, since the stack may not be in a
* GC-friendly state and so preemptive GC cannot be enabled. If the
* profiler blocks here and a GC is attempted, the runtime will block
* until this callback returns. Also, the profiler may NOT call into
* managed code or in any way cause a managed memory allocation.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionCatcherEnter(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] ObjectID objectId);
/*
* The CLR calls ExceptionCatcherLeave when the runtime leaves
* the catcher's code.
*
* NOTE: The profiler should not block here, since the stack may not be in a
* GC-friendly state and so preemptive GC cannot be enabled. If the
* profiler blocks here and a GC is attempted, the runtime will block
* until this callback returns. Also, the profiler may NOT call into
* managed code or in any way cause a managed memory allocation.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionCatcherLeave();
/*
* CLR<->COM interop vtable creation/destruction.
*/
/*
* The CLR calls this function when an CLR<->COM interop vtable
* for a particular IID and for a particular class has been created.
* This provides the ClassID of the class for which this vtable has been
* created, the IID it implements, the start of the vtable and how many
* slots are in it.
*
* NOTE: The profiler should not block here, since the stack may not be in a
* GC-friendly state and so preemptive GC cannot be enabled. If the
* profiler blocks here and a GC is attempted, the runtime will block
* until this callback returns. Also, the profiler may NOT call into
* managed code or in any way cause a managed memory allocation.
*
* NOTE: It is possible to receive a NULL GUID if the interface is
* internal only.
*/
HRESULT COMClassicVTableCreated(
[in] ClassID wrappedClassId,
[in] REFGUID implementedIID,
[in] void *pVTable,
[in] ULONG cSlots);
/*
* The CLR calls this function when a CLR<->COM interop vtable is
* being destroyed. Provided are the ClassID, IID and vtable pointer for
* the destroyed vtable.
*
* NOTE: The profiler should not block here, since the stack may not be in a
* GC-friendly state and so preemptive GC cannot be enabled. If the
* profiler blocks here and a GC is attempted, the runtime will block
* until this callback returns. Also, the profiler may NOT call into
* managed code or in any way cause a managed memory allocation.
*
* NOTE: It is possible to receive a NULL GUID if the interface is
* internal only.
*
* NOTE: This callback is likely never to occur, since the destruction of
* vtables occurs very close to Shutdown.
*/
HRESULT COMClassicVTableDestroyed(
[in] ClassID wrappedClassId,
[in] REFGUID implementedIID,
[in] void *pVTable);
/*
* DEPRECATED. These callbacks are no longer delivered.
*/
HRESULT ExceptionCLRCatcherFound();
HRESULT ExceptionCLRCatcherExecute();
}
/*
* COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_KIND describes the kind of GC root exposed by
* the RootReferences2 callback.
*/
typedef enum
{
COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_STACK = 1, // Variables on the stack
COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_FINALIZER = 2, // Entry in the finalizer queue
COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_HANDLE = 3, // GC Handle
COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_OTHER = 0 //Misc. roots
} COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_KIND;
/*
* COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_FLAGS describes properties of a GC root
* exposed by the RootReferences callback.
*/
typedef enum
{
COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_PINNING = 0x1, // Prevents GC from moving the object
COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_WEAKREF = 0x2, // Does not prevent collection
COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_INTERIOR = 0x4, // Refers to a field of the object rather than the object itself
COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_REFCOUNTED = 0x8, // Whether it prevents collection depends on a refcount - if not,
// COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_WEAKREF will be set also
} COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_FLAGS;
/*
* COR_PRF_FINALIZER_FLAGS is used by FinalizableObjectQueued to describe
* the finalizer for the object.
*/
typedef enum
{
COR_PRF_FINALIZER_CRITICAL = 0x1 // Critical finalizer
} COR_PRF_FINALIZER_FLAGS;
/*
* COR_PRF_GC_GENERATION contains the numbers used to represent each GC generation
* in the GetGenerationBounds and GetObjectGeneration functions.
*/
typedef enum
{
COR_PRF_GC_GEN_0 = 0,
COR_PRF_GC_GEN_1 = 1,
COR_PRF_GC_GEN_2 = 2,
COR_PRF_GC_LARGE_OBJECT_HEAP = 3
} COR_PRF_GC_GENERATION;
/*
* COR_PRF_GC_GENERATION_RANGE describes a range of memory in the GetGenerationBounds and GetObjectGeneration functions.
* Note that the rangeLength member is only guaranteed to be accurate if GetGenerationBounds or GetObjectGeneration are
* called from a GarbageCollectionStarted or GarbageCollectionFinished notification
*/
typedef struct COR_PRF_GC_GENERATION_RANGE
{
COR_PRF_GC_GENERATION generation; // what generation the range of memory belongs to
ObjectID rangeStart; // the start of the range
UINT_PTR rangeLength; // the used length of the range
UINT_PTR rangeLengthReserved; // the amount of memory reserved for the range (including rangeLength)
} COR_PRF_GC_GENERATION_RANGE;
/*
* COR_PRF_CLAUSE_TYPE defines the various clause codes for the EX clauses
*/
typedef enum
{
COR_PRF_CLAUSE_NONE = 0, // not a real clause (only used in error cases)
COR_PRF_CLAUSE_FILTER = 1,
COR_PRF_CLAUSE_CATCH = 2,
COR_PRF_CLAUSE_FINALLY = 3,
} COR_PRF_CLAUSE_TYPE;
/*
* COR_PRF_EX_CLAUSE_INFO identifies a specific exception clause instance and its associated frame.
* When an exception notification is received, GetNotifiedExceptionClauseInfo() may be used to get the
* native address and frame information for the exception clause (catch/finally/filter) that is
* about to be run (ExceptionCatchEnter, ExceptionUnwindFinallyEnter, ExceptionFilterEnter) or has just
* been run (ExceptionCatchLeave, ExceptionUnwindFinallyLeave, ExceptionFilterLeave).
*/
typedef struct COR_PRF_EX_CLAUSE_INFO
{
COR_PRF_CLAUSE_TYPE clauseType; // the type of clause we just entered or left
UINT_PTR programCounter; // the native entry point of the clause handler (e.g. EIP)
UINT_PTR framePointer; // the logical frame pointer (e.g. EBP) for that clause handler
UINT_PTR shadowStackPointer; // the shadow stack pointer (IA64 only, BSP)
} COR_PRF_EX_CLAUSE_INFO;
/*
* COR_PRF_GC_REASON describes the reason for a given GC.
*/
typedef enum
{
COR_PRF_GC_INDUCED = 1, // Induced by GC.Collect
COR_PRF_GC_OTHER = 0 // Anything else
} COR_PRF_GC_REASON;
/*
* Bits from COR_PRF_MODULE_FLAGS are returned to the profiler in GetModuleInfo2's
* pdwModuleFlags output parameter. Some combinations of 2 or more flags are possible,
* though not all combinations are possible.
*/
typedef enum
{
// The module was loaded from disk
COR_PRF_MODULE_DISK = 0x00000001,
// The module had been generated via NGEN
COR_PRF_MODULE_NGEN = 0x00000002,
// The module was created via methods in the Reflection.Emit namespace
COR_PRF_MODULE_DYNAMIC = 0x00000004,
// The module's lifetime is managed by the garbage collector.
COR_PRF_MODULE_COLLECTIBLE = 0x00000008,
// The module contains no metadata and is used strictly as a resource. The managed
// equivalent of this bit is the System.Reflection.Module.IsResource() method.
COR_PRF_MODULE_RESOURCE = 0x00000010,
// The module's layout in memory is flat, as opposed to mapped. For modules that have
// this bit set, profilers that directly read information out of the PE header will
// need to be careful when interpreting RVAs present in the PE header.
COR_PRF_MODULE_FLAT_LAYOUT = 0x00000020,
// The Windows Runtime content type flag is set in the metadata for this module's
// assembly
COR_PRF_MODULE_WINDOWS_RUNTIME = 0x00000040,
} COR_PRF_MODULE_FLAGS;
/*
* The ICorProfilerCallback2 interface is used by the CLR to notify a
* code profiler when events have occurred that the code profiler has registered
* an in interest in receiving. These are new callbacks implemented in V2.0
* of the runtime.
*
* The methods implemented on this interface return S_OK on success, or E_FAIL
* on failure.
*/
[
object,
uuid(8A8CC829-CCF2-49fe-BBAE-0F022228071A),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerCallback2 : ICorProfilerCallback
{
/*
*
* THREAD EVENTS
*
*/
/*
* The CLR calls ThreadNameChanged to notify the code profiler
* that a thread's name has changed.
*
* name is not NULL terminated.
*
*/
HRESULT ThreadNameChanged(
[in] ThreadID threadId,
[in] ULONG cchName,
[in, annotation("_In_reads_opt_(cchName)")] WCHAR name[]);
/*
*
* GARBAGE COLLECTION EVENTS
*
*/
/*
* The CLR calls GarbageCollectionStarted before beginning a
* garbage collection. All GC callbacks pertaining to this
* collection will occur between the GarbageCollectionStarted
* callback and the corresponding GarbageCollectionFinished
* callback. Corresponding GarbageCollectionStarted and
* GarbageCollectionFinished callbacks need not occur on the same thread.
*
* cGenerations indicates the total number of entries in
* the generationCollected array
* generationCollected is an array of booleans, indexed
* by COR_PRF_GC_GENERATIONS, indicating which
* generations are being collected in this collection
* reason indicates whether this GC was induced
* by the application calling GC.Collect().
*
* NOTE: It is safe to inspect objects in their original locations
* during this callback. The GC will begin moving objects after
* the profiler returns from this callback. Therefore, after
* returning, the profiler should consider all ObjectIDs to be invalid
* until it receives a GarbageCollectionFinished callback.
*/
HRESULT GarbageCollectionStarted(
[in] int cGenerations,
[in, size_is(cGenerations)] BOOL generationCollected[],
[in] COR_PRF_GC_REASON reason);
/*
* The CLR calls SurvivingReferences with information about
* object references that survived a garbage collection.
*
* Generally, the CLR calls SurvivingReferences for non-compacting garbage collections.
* For compacting garbage collections, MovedReferences is called instead.
*
* The exception to this rule is that the CLR always calls SurvivingReferences for objects
* in the large object heap, which is not compacted.
*
* Multiple calls to SurvivingReferences may be received during a particular
* garbage collection, due to limited internal buffering, multiple threads reporting
* in the case of server gc, and other reasons.
* In the case of multiple calls, the information is cumulative - all of the references
* reported in any SurvivingReferences call survive this collection.
*
* cSurvivingObjectIDRanges is a count of the number of ObjectID ranges that
* survived.
* objectIDRangeStart is an array of elements, each of which is the start
* value of a range of ObjectID values that survived the collection.
* cObjectIDRangeLength is an array of elements, each of which states the
* size of the surviving ObjectID value range.
*
* The last two arguments of this function are parallel arrays.
*
* In other words, if an ObjectID value lies within the range
* objectIDRangeStart[i] <= ObjectID < objectIDRangeStart[i] + cObjectIDRangeLength[i]
* for 0 <= i < cMovedObjectIDRanges, then the ObjectID has survived the collection
*
* THIS CALLBACK IS OBSOLETE. It reports ranges for objects >4GB as ULONG_MAX
* on 64-bit platforms. Use ICorProfilerCallback4::SurvivingReferences2 instead.
*/
HRESULT SurvivingReferences(
[in] ULONG cSurvivingObjectIDRanges,
[in, size_is(cSurvivingObjectIDRanges)] ObjectID objectIDRangeStart[] ,
[in, size_is(cSurvivingObjectIDRanges)] ULONG cObjectIDRangeLength[] );
/*
* The CLR calls GarbageCollectionFinished after a garbage
* collection has completed and all GC callbacks have been
* issued for it.
*
* NOTE: It is now safe to inspect objects in their
* final locations.
*/
HRESULT GarbageCollectionFinished();
/*
* The CLR calls FinalizeableObjectQueued to notify the code profiler
* that an object with a finalizer (destructor in C# parlance) has
* just been queued to the finalizer thread for execution of its
* Finalize method.
*
* finalizerFlags describes aspects of the finalizer, and takes its
* value from COR_PRF_FINALIZER_FLAGS.
*
*/
HRESULT FinalizeableObjectQueued(
[in] DWORD finalizerFlags,
[in] ObjectID objectID);
/*
* The CLR calls RootReferences2 with information about root
* references after a garbage collection has occurred.
* For each root reference in rootRefIds, there is information in
* rootClassifications to classify it. Depending on the classification,
* rootsIds may contain additional information. The information in
* rootKinds and rootFlags contains information about the location and
* properties of the reference.
*
* If the profiler implements ICorProfilerCallback2, both
* ICorProfilerCallback::RootReferences and ICorProfilerCallback2::RootReferences2
* are called. As the information passed to RootReferences2 is a superset
* of the one passed to RootReferences, profilers will normally implement
* one or the other, but not both.
*
* If the root kind is STACK, the ID is the FunctionID of the
* function containing the variable. If the FunctionID is 0, the function
* is an unnamed function internal to the CLR.
*
* If the root kind is HANDLE, the ID is the GCHandleID.
*
* For the other root kinds, the ID is an opaque value and should
* be ignored.
*
* It's possible for entries in rootRefIds to be 0 - this just
* implies the corresponding root reference was null and thus did not
* refer to an object on the managed heap.
*
* NOTE: None of the objectIDs returned by RootReferences2 are valid during the callback
* itself, as the GC may be in the middle of moving objects from old to new. Thus profilers
* should not attempt to inspect objects during a RootReferences2 call. At
* GarbageCollectionFinished, all objects have been moved to their new locations, and
* inspection may be done.
*/
HRESULT RootReferences2(
[in] ULONG cRootRefs,
[in, size_is(cRootRefs)] ObjectID rootRefIds[],
[in, size_is(cRootRefs)] COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_KIND rootKinds[],
[in, size_is(cRootRefs)] COR_PRF_GC_ROOT_FLAGS rootFlags[],
[in, size_is(cRootRefs)] UINT_PTR rootIds[]);
/*
* The CLR calls HandleCreated when a gc handle has been created.
*
*/
HRESULT HandleCreated(
[in] GCHandleID handleId,
[in] ObjectID initialObjectId);
/*
* The CLR calls HandleDestroyed when a gc handle has been destroyed.
*
*/
HRESULT HandleDestroyed(
[in] GCHandleID handleId);
}
[
object,
uuid(4FD2ED52-7731-4b8d-9469-03D2CC3086C5),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerCallback3 : ICorProfilerCallback2
{
HRESULT InitializeForAttach(
[in] IUnknown * pCorProfilerInfoUnk,
[in] void * pvClientData,
[in] UINT cbClientData);
HRESULT ProfilerAttachComplete();
HRESULT ProfilerDetachSucceeded();
};
[
object,
uuid(7B63B2E3-107D-4d48-B2F6-F61E229470D2),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerCallback4 : ICorProfilerCallback3
{
/*
* Similar to JITCompilationStarted, except called when rejitting a method
*/
HRESULT ReJITCompilationStarted(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] ReJITID rejitId,
[in] BOOL fIsSafeToBlock);
/*
* This is called exactly once per method (which may represent more than
* one function id), to allow the code profiler to set alternate code
* generation flags or a new method body.
*/
HRESULT GetReJITParameters(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[in] mdMethodDef methodId,
[in] ICorProfilerFunctionControl *pFunctionControl);
/*
* Similar to JITCompilationFinished, except called when rejitting a method
*/
HRESULT ReJITCompilationFinished(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] ReJITID rejitId,
[in] HRESULT hrStatus,
[in] BOOL fIsSafeToBlock);
/*
* This is called to report an error encountered while processing a ReJIT request.
* This may either be called from within the RequestReJIT call itself, or called after
* RequestReJIT returns, if the error was encountered later on.
*/
HRESULT ReJITError(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[in] mdMethodDef methodId,
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] HRESULT hrStatus);
/*
* The CLR calls MovedReferences with information about
* object references that moved as a result of garbage collection.
*
* cMovedObjectIDRanges is a count of the number of ObjectID ranges that
* were moved.
* oldObjectIDRangeStart is an array of elements, each of which is the start
* value of a range of ObjectID values before being moved.
* newObjectIDRangeStart is an array of elements, each of which is the start
* value of a range of ObjectID values after being moved.
* cObjectIDRangeLength is an array of elements, each of which states the
* size of the moved ObjectID value range.
*
* The last three arguments of this function are parallel arrays.
*
* In other words, if an ObjectID value lies within the range
* oldObjectIDRangeStart[i] <= ObjectID < oldObjectIDRangeStart[i] + cObjectIDRangeLength[i]
* for 0 <= i < cMovedObjectIDRanges, then the ObjectID value has changed to
* ObjectID - oldObjectIDRangeStart[i] + newObjectIDRangeStart[i]
*
* NOTE: None of the objectIDs returned by MovedReferences are valid during the callback
* itself, as the GC may be in the middle of moving objects from old to new. Thus profilers
* should not attempt to inspect objects during a MovedReferences call. At
* GarbageCollectionFinished, all objects have been moved to their new locations, and
* inspection may be done.
*
* If the profiler implements ICorProfilerCallback4, ICorProfilerCallback4::MovedReferences2
* is called first and ICorProfilerCallback::MovedReferences is called second but only if
* ICorProfilerCallback4::MovedReferences2 returned success. Profilers can return failure
* from ICorProfilerCallback4::MovedReferences2 to save some chattiness.
*/
HRESULT MovedReferences2(
[in] ULONG cMovedObjectIDRanges,
[in, size_is(cMovedObjectIDRanges)] ObjectID oldObjectIDRangeStart[] ,
[in, size_is(cMovedObjectIDRanges)] ObjectID newObjectIDRangeStart[] ,
[in, size_is(cMovedObjectIDRanges)] SIZE_T cObjectIDRangeLength[] );
/*
* The CLR calls SurvivingReferences with information about
* object references that survived a garbage collection.
*
* Generally, the CLR calls SurvivingReferences for non-compacting garbage collections.
* For compacting garbage collections, MovedReferences is called instead.
*
* The exception to this rule is that the CLR always calls SurvivingReferences for objects
* in the large object heap, which is not compacted.
*
* Multiple calls to SurvivingReferences may be received during a particular
* garbage collection, due to limited internal buffering, multiple threads reporting
* in the case of server gc, and other reasons.
* In the case of multiple calls, the information is cumulative - all of the references
* reported in any SurvivingReferences call survive this collection.
*
* cSurvivingObjectIDRanges is a count of the number of ObjectID ranges that
* survived.
* objectIDRangeStart is an array of elements, each of which is the start
* value of a range of ObjectID values that survived the collection.
* cObjectIDRangeLength is an array of elements, each of which states the
* size of the surviving ObjectID value range.
*
* The last two arguments of this function are parallel arrays.
*
* In other words, if an ObjectID value lies within the range
* objectIDRangeStart[i] <= ObjectID < objectIDRangeStart[i] + cObjectIDRangeLength[i]
* for 0 <= i < cMovedObjectIDRanges, then the ObjectID has survived the collection
*
* If the profiler implements ICorProfilerCallback4, ICorProfilerCallback4::SurvivingReferences2
* is called first and ICorProfilerCallback2::SurvivingReferences is called second but only if
* ICorProfilerCallback4::SurvivingReferences2 returned success. Profilers can return failure
* from ICorProfilerCallback4::SurvivingReferences2 to save some chattiness.
*/
HRESULT SurvivingReferences2(
[in] ULONG cSurvivingObjectIDRanges,
[in, size_is(cSurvivingObjectIDRanges)] ObjectID objectIDRangeStart[] ,
[in, size_is(cSurvivingObjectIDRanges)] SIZE_T cObjectIDRangeLength[] );
};
[
object,
uuid(8DFBA405-8C9F-45F8-BFFA-83B14CEF78B5),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerCallback5 : ICorProfilerCallback4
{
/*
* The CLR calls ConditionalWeakTableElementReferences with information
* about dependent handles after a garbage collection has occurred.
*
* For each root ID in rootIds, keyRefIds will contain the ObjectID for
* the primary element in the dependent handle pair, and valueRefIds will
* contain the ObjectID for the secondary element (keyRefIds[i] keeps
* valueRefIds[i] alive).
*
* NOTE: None of the objectIDs returned by ConditionalWeakTableElementReferences
* are valid during the callback itself, as the GC may be in the middle
* of moving objects from old to new. Thus profilers should not attempt
* to inspect objects during a ConditionalWeakTableElementReferences call.
* At GarbageCollectionFinished, all objects have been moved to their new
* locations, and inspection may be done.
*/
HRESULT ConditionalWeakTableElementReferences(
[in] ULONG cRootRefs,
[in, size_is(cRootRefs)] ObjectID keyRefIds[],
[in, size_is(cRootRefs)] ObjectID valueRefIds[],
[in, size_is(cRootRefs)] GCHandleID rootIds[]);
};
[
object,
uuid(FC13DF4B-4448-4F4F-950C-BA8D19D00C36),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerCallback6 : ICorProfilerCallback5
{
// Controlled by the COR_PRF_HIGH_ADD_ASSEMBLY_REFERENCES event mask flag.
// Notifies the profiler of a very early stage in the loading of an Assembly, where the CLR
// performs an assembly reference closure walk. This is useful ONLY if the profiler will need
// to modify the metadata of the Assembly to add AssemblyRefs (later, in ModuleLoadFinished). In
// such a case, the profiler should implement this callback as well, to inform the CLR that assembly references
// will be added once the module has loaded. This is useful to ensure that assembly sharing decisions
// made by the CLR during this early stage remain valid even though the profiler plans to modify the metadata
// assembly references later on. This can be used to avoid some instances where profiler metadata
// modifications can cause the SECURITY_E_INCOMPATIBLE_SHARE error to be thrown.
//
// The profiler uses the ICorProfilerAssemblyReferenceProvider provided to add assembly references
// to the CLR assembly reference closure walker. The ICorProfilerAssemblyReferenceProvider
// should only be used from within this callback. The profiler will still need to explicitly add assembly
// references via IMetaDataAssemblyEmit, from within the ModuleLoadFinished callback for the referencing assembly,
// even though the profiler implements this GetAssemblyReferences callback. This callback does not result in
// modified metadata; only in a modified assembly reference closure walk.
//
// The profiler should be prepared to receive duplicate calls to this callback for the same assembly,
// and should respond identically for each such duplicate call (by making the same set of
// ICorProfilerAssemblyReferenceProvider::AddAssemblyReference calls).
HRESULT GetAssemblyReferences(
[in, string] const WCHAR * wszAssemblyPath,
[in] ICorProfilerAssemblyReferenceProvider * pAsmRefProvider);
};
[
object,
uuid(F76A2DBA-1D52-4539-866C-2AA518F9EFC3),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerCallback7 : ICorProfilerCallback6
{
// This event is triggered whenever the symbol stream associated with an
// in-memory module is updated. Even when symbols are provided up-front in
// a call to the managed API Assembly.Load(byte[], byte[], ...) the runtime
// may not actually associate the symbolic data with the module until after
// the ModuleLoadFinished callback has occured. This event provides a later
// opportunity to collect symbols for such modules.
//
// This event is controlled by the COR_PRF_HIGH_IN_MEMORY_SYMBOLS_UPDATED
// event mask flag.
//
// Note: This event is not currently raised for symbols implicitly created or
// modified via Reflection.Emit APIs.
HRESULT ModuleInMemorySymbolsUpdated(ModuleID moduleId);
}
[
object,
uuid(5BED9B15-C079-4D47-BFE2-215A140C07E0),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerCallback8 : ICorProfilerCallback7
{
// This event is triggered whenever a dynamic method is jit compiled.
// These include various IL Stubs and LCG Methods.
// The goal is to provide profiler writers with enough information to identify
// it to users as beyond unknown code addresses.
// Note: FunctionID's provided here cannot be used to resolve to their metadata
// tokens since dynamic methods have no metadata.
//
// Documentation Note: pILHeader is only valid during the callback
HRESULT DynamicMethodJITCompilationStarted(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] BOOL fIsSafeToBlock,
[in] LPCBYTE pILHeader,
[in] ULONG cbILHeader);
HRESULT DynamicMethodJITCompilationFinished(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] HRESULT hrStatus,
[in] BOOL fIsSafeToBlock);
}
[
object,
uuid(27583EC3-C8F5-482F-8052-194B8CE4705A),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerCallback9 : ICorProfilerCallback8
{
// This event is triggered whenever a dynamic method is garbage collected
// and subsequently unloaded.
HRESULT DynamicMethodUnloaded([in] FunctionID functionId);
}
/*
* COR_PRF_CODEGEN_FLAGS controls various flags and hooks for a specific
* method. A combination of COR_PRF_CODEGEN_FLAGS is provided by the
* profiler in its call to ICorProfilerFunctionControl::SetCodegenFlags()
* when rejitting a method.
*/
typedef enum
{
COR_PRF_CODEGEN_DISABLE_INLINING = 0x0001,
COR_PRF_CODEGEN_DISABLE_ALL_OPTIMIZATIONS = 0x0002,
} COR_PRF_CODEGEN_FLAGS;
/*
* The CLR implements the ICorProfilerInfo interface. This interface is
* used by a code profiler to communicate with the CLR to control event
* monitoring and request information. The CLR passes an
* ICorProfilerInfo interface to each code profiler during initialization.
*
* A code profiler can call methods on the ICorProfilerInfo interface to get
* information about managed code being executed under the control of the CLR
*
* The ICorProfilerInfo interface implemented by the CLR uses the free
* threaded model.
*
* The methods implemented on this interface return S_OK on success, or E_FAIL
* on failure.
*
*/
[
object,
uuid(28B5557D-3F3F-48b4-90B2-5F9EEA2F6C48),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerInfo : IUnknown
{
/*
* The code profiler calls GetClassFromObject to obtain the ClassID of an
* object given its ObjectID.
*/
HRESULT GetClassFromObject(
[in] ObjectID objectId,
[out] ClassID *pClassId);
/*
* V2 MIGRATION WARNING - DOES NOT WORK FOR GENERIC TYPES
*
* This function will be removed in a future release, so
* use GetClassFromTokenAndTypeArgs for all types.
*/
HRESULT GetClassFromToken(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[in] mdTypeDef typeDef,
[out] ClassID *pClassId);
/*
* V2 MIGRATION WARNING - WILL NOT WORK WITH .NET FRAMEWORK
* FUNCTIONS
*
* This function will be removed in a future release; use GetCodeInfo2
* in all cases.
*/
HRESULT GetCodeInfo(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[out] LPCBYTE *pStart,
[out] ULONG *pcSize);
/*
* RECOMMENDATION: USE GetEventMask2 INSTEAD. WHILE THIS METHOD CONTINUES TO
* TO WORK, GetEventMask2 PROVIDES MORE FUNCTIONALITY.
*
* The code profiler calls GetEventMask to obtain the current event
* categories for which it is to receive event notifications from the COM+
* Runtime.
*/
HRESULT GetEventMask(
[out] DWORD *pdwEvents);
/*
* The code profiler calls GetFunctionFromIP to map an instruction pointer
* in managed code to a FunctionID.
*/
HRESULT GetFunctionFromIP(
[in] LPCBYTE ip,
[out] FunctionID *pFunctionId);
/*
* V2 MIGRATION WARNING - WILL NOT WORK FOR GENERIC FUNCTIONS OR
* FUNCTIONS ON GENERIC TYPES
*
* This function will be removed in a future release, so use
* GetFunctionFromTokenAndTypeArgs for all functions.
*/
HRESULT GetFunctionFromToken(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[in] mdToken token,
[out] FunctionID *pFunctionId);
/*
* The code profiler calls GetHandleFromThread to map a ThreadID to a Win32
* thread handle. The profiler must call DuplicateHandle on the handle
* before using it.
*/
HRESULT GetHandleFromThread(
[in] ThreadID threadId,
[out] HANDLE *phThread);
/*
* The code profiler calls GetObjectSize to obtain the size of an object.
* Note that types like arrays and strings may have a different size for each object.
*
* THIS API IS OBSOLETE. It does not work for objects >4GB on 64-bit platforms.
* Use ICorProfilerInfo4::GetObjectSize2 instead.
*/
HRESULT GetObjectSize(
[in] ObjectID objectId,
[out] ULONG *pcSize);
/*
* This will return S_OK if the ClassID provided is an array class, and will
* fill out the information for any non-null out params. S_FALSE will be
* returned if the ClassID is not an array.
*
* classId : the ClassID to return information about
* pBaseElemType : the array's base element type
* pBaseClassId : the base ClassID if the element type == ELEMENT_TYPE_CLASS
* pcRank : the number of dimensions of the array
*/
HRESULT IsArrayClass(
[in] ClassID classId,
[out] CorElementType *pBaseElemType,
[out] ClassID *pBaseClassId,
[out] ULONG *pcRank);
/*
* The code profiler calls GetThreadInfo to obtain the current Win32 thread ID for
* the specified thread.
*/
HRESULT GetThreadInfo(
[in] ThreadID threadId,
[out] DWORD *pdwWin32ThreadId);
/*
* The code profiler calls GetCurrentThreadID to get the managed thread ID
* for the current thread.
*
* NOTE: GetCurrentThreadID may return CORPROF_E_NOT_MANAGED_THREAD if the
* current thread is an internal runtime thread, and the returned value of
* pThreadId will be NULL.
*/
HRESULT GetCurrentThreadID(
[out] ThreadID *pThreadId);
/*
* V2 MIGRATION NOTE - More information is available for generic types
* from GetClassIDInfo2.
*
* Returns the parent module a class is defined in, along with the
* metadata token for the class. One can call GetModuleMetaData
* to obtain the metadata interface for a given module. The token
* can then be used to access the metadata for this class.
*/
HRESULT GetClassIDInfo(
[in] ClassID classId,
[out] ModuleID *pModuleId,
[out] mdTypeDef *pTypeDefToken);
/*
* Return the parent class for a given function. Also return the metadata
* token which can be used to read the metadata.
*
* V2 MIGRATION WARNING - LESS INFORMATION FOR GENERIC CLASSES
* The ClassID of a function on a generic class may not be obtainable without
* more context about the use of the function. In this case, *pClassId will be 0;
* try using GetFunctionInfo2 with a COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO to give more context.
*/
HRESULT GetFunctionInfo(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[out] ClassID *pClassId,
[out] ModuleID *pModuleId,
[out] mdToken *pToken);
/*
* RECOMMENDATION: USE SetEventMask2 INSTEAD. WHILE THIS METHOD CONTINUES TO
* TO WORK, SetEventMask2 PROVIDES MORE FUNCTIONALITY.
*
* The code profiler calls SetEventMask to set the event categories for
* which it is set to receive notification from the CLR.
*/
HRESULT SetEventMask(
[in] DWORD dwEvents);
/*
* The code profiler calls SetFunctionHooks to specify handlers
* for FunctionEnter, FunctionLeave, and FunctionTailcall.
*
* Note that only one set of callbacks may be active at a time. Thus,
* if a profiler calls SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks, SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks2
* and SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks3(WithInfo), then SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks3(WithInfo)
* wins. SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks2 takes precedence over SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks
* when both are set.
*
* Each function pointer may be null to disable that callback.
*
* SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks may only be called from the
* profiler's Initialize() callback.
*/
HRESULT SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks(
[in] FunctionEnter *pFuncEnter,
[in] FunctionLeave *pFuncLeave,
[in] FunctionTailcall *pFuncTailcall);
/*
* This is used for mapping FunctionIDs to alternative values that will be
* passed to the callbacks
*/
HRESULT SetFunctionIDMapper(
[in] FunctionIDMapper *pFunc);
/*
* For a given function, retrieve the token value and an instance of the
* meta data interface which can be used against this token.
*/
HRESULT GetTokenAndMetaDataFromFunction(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] REFIID riid,
[out] IUnknown **ppImport,
[out] mdToken *pToken);
/*
* Retrieve information about a given module.
*
* When the module is loaded from disk, the name returned will be the filename;
* otherwise, the name will be the name from the metadata Module table (i.e.,
* the same as the managed System.Reflection.Module.ScopeName).
*
* NOTE: While this function may be called as soon as the moduleId is alive,
* the AssemblyID of the containing assembly will not be available until the
* ModuleAttachedToAssembly callback.
*
* NOTE: More information is available by using ICorProfilerInfo3::GetModuleInfo2 instead.
*/
HRESULT GetModuleInfo(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[out] LPCBYTE *ppBaseLoadAddress,
[in] ULONG cchName,
[out] ULONG *pcchName,
[out, annotation("_Out_writes_to_(cchName, *pcchName)")]
WCHAR szName[] ,
[out] AssemblyID *pAssemblyId);
/*
* Get a metadata interface instance which maps to the given module.
* One may ask for the metadata to be opened in read+write mode, but
* this will result in slower metadata execution of the program, because
* changes made to the metadata cannot be optimized as they were from
* the compiler.
*
* NOTE: Some modules (such as resource modules) have no metadata. In
* those cases, GetModuleMetaData will return S_FALSE, and a NULL
* IUnknown.
*
* NOTE: the only values valid for dwOpenFlags are ofRead and ofWrite.
*/
HRESULT GetModuleMetaData(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[in] DWORD dwOpenFlags,
[in] REFIID riid,
[out] IUnknown **ppOut);
/*
* Retrieve a pointer to the body of a method starting at it's header.
* A method is scoped by the module it lives in. Because this function
* is designed to give a tool access to IL before it has been loaded
* by the Runtime, it uses the metadata token of the method to find
* the instance desired.
*
* GetILFunctionBody can return CORPROF_E_FUNCTION_NOT_IL if the methodId
* points to a method without any IL (such as an abstract method, or a
* P/Invoke method).
*/
HRESULT GetILFunctionBody(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[in] mdMethodDef methodId,
[out] LPCBYTE *ppMethodHeader,
[out] ULONG *pcbMethodSize);
/*
* IL method bodies must be located as RVA's to the loaded module, which
* means they come after the module within 4 gb. In order to make it
* easier for a tool to swap out the body of a method, this allocator
* will ensure memory is allocated within that range.
*/
HRESULT GetILFunctionBodyAllocator(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[out] IMethodMalloc **ppMalloc);
/*
* Replaces the method body for a function in a module. This will replace
* the RVA of the method in the metadata to point to this new method body,
* and adjust any internal data structures as required. This function can
* only be called on those methods which have never been compiled by a JITTER.
* Please use the GetILFunctionAllocator to allocate space for the new method to
* ensure the buffer is compatible.
*/
HRESULT SetILFunctionBody(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[in] mdMethodDef methodid,
[in] LPCBYTE pbNewILMethodHeader);
/*
* Retrieve app domain information given its id.
*/
HRESULT GetAppDomainInfo(
[in] AppDomainID appDomainId,
[in] ULONG cchName,
[out] ULONG *pcchName,
[out, annotation("_Out_writes_to_(cchName, *pcchName)")]
WCHAR szName[] ,
[out] ProcessID *pProcessId);
/*
* Retrieve information about an assembly given its ID.
*/
HRESULT GetAssemblyInfo(
[in] AssemblyID assemblyId,
[in] ULONG cchName,
[out] ULONG *pcchName,
[out, annotation("_Out_writes_to_(cchName, *pcchName)")]
WCHAR szName[] ,
[out] AppDomainID *pAppDomainId,
[out] ModuleID *pModuleId);
/*
* V2 MIGRATION WARNING: DEPRECATED. Returns E_NOTIMPL always.
*
* See ICorProfilerInfo4::RequestReJIT instead
*
*/
HRESULT SetFunctionReJIT(
[in] FunctionID functionId);
/*
* ForceGC forces a GC to occur within the runtime.
*
* NOTE: This method needs to be called from a thread that does not have any
* profiler callbacks on its stack. The most convenient way to implement this is
* to create a separate thread within the profiler and have it call ForceGC when
* signalled.
*/
HRESULT ForceGC();
/*
*
* V2 MIGRATION NOTE - Calling SetILInstrumentedCodeMap on any one
* of the multiple FunctionIDs that represent a generic function in a given
* AppDomain will affect all instantiations of that function in the AppDomain.
*
* fStartJit should be set to true the first time this function is called for
* a given FunctionID, and false thereafter.
*
* The format of the map is as follows:
* The debugger will assume that each oldOffset refers to an IL offset
* within the original, unmodified IL code. newOffset refers to the corresponding
* IL offset within the new, instrumented code.
*
* The map should be sorted in increasing order. For stepping to work properly:
* - Instrumented IL should not be reordered (so both old & new are sorted)
* - original IL should not be removed
* - the map should include entries to map all of the sequence points from the pdb.
*
* The map does not interpolate missing entries. So given the following map:
* (0 old, 0 new)
* (5 old, 10 new)
* (9 old, 20 new)
* - An old offset of 0,1,2,3,4 will be mapped to a new offset of 0
* - An old offset of 5,6,7, or 8 will be mapped to new offset 10.
* - An old offset of 9 or higher will be mapped to new offset 20.
* - A new offset of 0, 1,...8,9 will be mapped to old offset 0
* - A new offset of 10,11,...18,19 will be mapped to old offset 5.
* - A new offset of 20 or higher will be mapped to old offset 9.
*
*/
HRESULT SetILInstrumentedCodeMap(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] BOOL fStartJit,
[in] ULONG cILMapEntries,
[in, size_is(cILMapEntries)] COR_IL_MAP rgILMapEntries[] );
/*
* DEPRECATED.
*/
HRESULT GetInprocInspectionInterface(
[out] IUnknown **ppicd);
/*
* DEPRECATED.
*/
HRESULT GetInprocInspectionIThisThread(
[out] IUnknown **ppicd);
/*
* This will return the ContextID currently associated with the calling
* runtime thread. This will set pContextId to NULL if the calling thread
* is not a runtime thread.
*/
HRESULT GetThreadContext(
[in] ThreadID threadId,
[out] ContextID *pContextId);
/*
* DEPRECATED.
*/
HRESULT BeginInprocDebugging(
[in] BOOL fThisThreadOnly,
[out] DWORD *pdwProfilerContext);
/*
* DEPRECATED.
*/
HRESULT EndInprocDebugging(
[in] DWORD dwProfilerContext);
/*
* GetILToNativeMapping returns a map from IL offsets to native
* offsets for this code. An array of COR_PROF_IL_TO_NATIVE_MAP
* structs will be returned, and some of the ilOffsets in this array
* may be the values specified in CorDebugIlToNativeMappingTypes.
*/
HRESULT GetILToNativeMapping(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] ULONG32 cMap,
[out] ULONG32 *pcMap,
[out, size_is(cMap), length_is(*pcMap)]
COR_DEBUG_IL_TO_NATIVE_MAP map[]);
}
/*
* The CLR implements the ICorProfilerInfo2 interface. This interface is
* used by a code profiler to communicate with the CLR to control event
* monitoring and request information. The CLR passes an
* ICorProfilerInfo2 interface to each code profiler during initialization.
*
* A code profiler can call methods on the ICorProfilerInfo2 interface to get
* information about managed code being executed under the control of the CLR
*
* The ICorProfilerInfo2 interface implemented by the CLR uses the free
* threaded model.
*
* The methods implemented on this interface return S_OK on success, or E_FAIL
* on failure.
*
*/
[
object,
uuid(CC0935CD-A518-487d-B0BB-A93214E65478),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerInfo2 : ICorProfilerInfo
{
/*
* The code profiler calls DoStackSnapshot to do sparse one-off stack snapshots.
*
* Passing NULL for thread yields a snapshot of the current thread. If a ThreadID
* of a different thread is passed, the runtime will suspend that thread, perform
* the snapshot, and resume.
*
* infoFlags come from the COR_PRF_SNAPSHOT_INFO enum.
*
* context is a platform-dependent CONTEXT structure, representing the complete
* register context that the profiling API will use to seed the stack walk. If this
* is non-NULL, it must point to JITd or NGENd code, or else DoStackSnapshot
* will return CORPROF_E_STACKSNAPSHOT_UNMANAGED_CTX. Contexts are
* only provided by profilers that hijack threads to force them to walk their
* own stacks; profilers should not attempt to provide a context when walking
* another thread's stack. If context is NULL, the stack walk will begin at the
* last available managed frame for the target thread.
*
* See the definition of StackSnapshotCallback for more information.
*/
HRESULT DoStackSnapshot(
[in] ThreadID thread,
[in] StackSnapshotCallback *callback,
[in] ULONG32 infoFlags,
[in] void *clientData,
[in, size_is(contextSize)] BYTE context[],
[in] ULONG32 contextSize);
/*
* The code profiler calls SetFunctionHooks2 to specify handlers
* for FunctionEnter2, FunctionLeave2, and FunctionTailcall2
* callbacks.
*
* Note that only one set of callbacks may be active at a time. Thus,
* if a profiler calls SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks, SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks2
* and SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks3(WithInfo), then SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks3(WithInfo)
* wins. SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks2 takes precedence over SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks
* when both are set.
*
* Each pointer may be null to disable that particular callback.
*
* SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks2 may only be called from the
* profiler's Initialize() callback.
*/
HRESULT SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks2(
[in] FunctionEnter2 *pFuncEnter,
[in] FunctionLeave2 *pFuncLeave,
[in] FunctionTailcall2 *pFuncTailcall);
/*
* GetFunctionInfo2 returns the parent class of a function, plus the
* function's metadata token and the ClassIDs of its type arguments
* (if any).
*
* When a COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO obtained from a FunctionEnter2
* callback is passed, the ClassID and all type arguments will be exact.
*
* When a COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO from any other source is passed, or
* when 0 is passed as the frameInfo argument, exact ClassID and type
* arguments cannot always be determined. The value returned in pClassId
* may be NULL and some type args will come back as System.Object.
*
*/
HRESULT GetFunctionInfo2(
[in] FunctionID funcId,
[in] COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO frameInfo,
[out] ClassID *pClassId,
[out] ModuleID *pModuleId,
[out] mdToken *pToken,
[in] ULONG32 cTypeArgs,
[out] ULONG32 *pcTypeArgs,
[out] ClassID typeArgs[]);
/*
* GetStringLayout returns detailed information about how string objects are stored.
*
* *pBufferLengthOffset is the offset (from the ObjectID pointer) to a DWORD that
* stores the length of the string's buffer
*
* *pStringLengthOffset is the offset (from the ObjectID pointer) to a DWORD that
* stores the length of the string itself
*
* *pBufferOffset is the offset (from the ObjectID pointer) to the actual buffer
* of wide characters
*
* Strings may or may not be null-terminated.
*/
HRESULT GetStringLayout(
[out] ULONG *pBufferLengthOffset,
[out] ULONG *pStringLengthOffset,
[out] ULONG *pBufferOffset);
/*
* GetClassLayout returns detailed information how a specific class is stored.
* It only returns the fields defined by the class itself; if the parent class
* defined fields as well, the profiler must call GetClassLayout on the parent class
* to obtain those fields.
*
* It will fail with E_INVALIDARG for string and array classes.
*/
HRESULT GetClassLayout(
[in] ClassID classID,
[in, out] COR_FIELD_OFFSET rFieldOffset[],
[in] ULONG cFieldOffset,
[out] ULONG *pcFieldOffset,
[out] ULONG *pulClassSize);
/*
* Returns the parent module a class is defined in, along with the
* metadata token for the class, the ClassID of its parent class, and the
* ClassIDs of its type arguments (if any).
*
* One can call GetModuleMetaData to obtain the metadata interface for
* a given module. The token can then be used to access the metadata for this
* class.
*/
HRESULT GetClassIDInfo2(
[in] ClassID classId,
[out] ModuleID *pModuleId,
[out] mdTypeDef *pTypeDefToken,
[out] ClassID *pParentClassId,
[in] ULONG32 cNumTypeArgs,
[out] ULONG32 *pcNumTypeArgs,
[out] ClassID typeArgs[]);
/*
* GetCodeInfo2 returns the extents of native code associated with the
* given FunctionID. These extents are returned sorted in order of increasing
* IL offset.
*/
HRESULT GetCodeInfo2(
[in] FunctionID functionID,
[in] ULONG32 cCodeInfos,
[out] ULONG32 *pcCodeInfos,
[out, size_is(cCodeInfos), length_is(*pcCodeInfos)]
COR_PRF_CODE_INFO codeInfos[]);
/*
* GetClassFromTokenAndTypeArgs returns the ClassID of a type given its metadata
* token (typedef) and the ClassIDs of its type arguments (if any).
*
* cTypeArgs must be equal to the number of type parameters for the given type
* (0 for non-generic types)
* typeArgs may be NULL if cTypeArgs == 0
*
* Calling this function with a TypeRef token can have unpredictable results; callers
* should resolve the TypeRef to a TypeDef and use that.
*
* If the type is not already loaded, calling this function will cause it to be.
* Loading is a dangerous operation in many contexts. For example, calling
* this function during loading of modules or other types could lead to an infinite
* loop as the runtime attempts to circularly load things.
*
* In general, use of this function is discouraged. If profilers are interested in
* events for a particular type, they should store the ModuleID and TypeDef of that type,
* and use GetClassIDInfo2 to check whether a given ClassID is the desired type.
*/
HRESULT GetClassFromTokenAndTypeArgs(
[in] ModuleID moduleID,
[in] mdTypeDef typeDef,
[in] ULONG32 cTypeArgs,
[in, size_is(cTypeArgs)] ClassID typeArgs[],
[out] ClassID* pClassID);
/*
* GetFunctionFromTokenAndTypeArgs returns the FunctionID of a function given
* its metadata token (methoddef), containing class, and type args (if any).
*
* classID may be 0 if the containing class is not generic
* typeArgs may be NULL if cTypeArgs == 0
*
* Calling this function with a MethodRef token can have unpredictable results; callers
* should resolve the MethodRef to a MethodDef and use that.
*
* If the function is not already loaded, calling this function will cause it to be.
* Loading is a dangerous operation in many contexts. For example, calling
* this function during loading of modules or types could lead to an infinite
* loop as the runtime attempts to circularly load things.
*
* In general, use of this function is discouraged. If profilers are interested in
* events for a particular function, they should store the ModuleID and MethodDef of that function,
* and use GetFunctionInfo2 to check whether a given FunctionID is the desired function.
*/
HRESULT GetFunctionFromTokenAndTypeArgs(
[in] ModuleID moduleID,
[in] mdMethodDef funcDef,
[in] ClassID classId,
[in] ULONG32 cTypeArgs,
[in, size_is(cTypeArgs)] ClassID typeArgs[],
[out] FunctionID* pFunctionID);
/*
* Returns an enumerator over all frozen objects in the given module.
*/
HRESULT EnumModuleFrozenObjects(
[in] ModuleID moduleID,
[out] ICorProfilerObjectEnum** ppEnum);
/*
* GetArrayObjectInfo returns detailed information about an array object.
* objectId is a valid array object.
* cDimensions is the rank (# of dimensions).
* On success:
* pDimensionSizes, pDimensionLowerBounds are parallel arrays describing the size and lower bound for each dimension.
* (*ppData) is a pointer to the raw buffer for the array, which is laid out according to the C++
* convention
*/
HRESULT GetArrayObjectInfo(
[in] ObjectID objectId,
[in] ULONG32 cDimensions,
[out, size_is(cDimensions)] ULONG32 pDimensionSizes[],
[out, size_is(cDimensions)] int pDimensionLowerBounds[],
[out] BYTE **ppData);
/*
* GetBoxClassLayout returns information about how a particular value type is laid out
* when boxed.
*
* *pBufferOffset is the offset (from the ObjectID pointer) to where the value type
* is stored within the box. The value type's class layout may then be used to
* interpret it.
*/
HRESULT GetBoxClassLayout(
[in] ClassID classId,
[out] ULONG32 *pBufferOffset);
/*
* GetThreadAppDomain returns the AppDomainID currently associated with\
* the given ThreadID
*/
HRESULT GetThreadAppDomain(
[in] ThreadID threadId,
[out] AppDomainID *pAppDomainId);
/*
* GetRVAStaticAddress gets the address of the home for the given
* RVA static. It must be called from a managed thread. Otherwise,
* it will return CORPROF_E_NOT_MANAGED_THREAD.
*/
HRESULT GetRVAStaticAddress(
[in] ClassID classId,
[in] mdFieldDef fieldToken,
[out] void **ppAddress);
/*
* GetAppDomainStaticAddress gets the address of the home for the given
* AppDomain static in the given AppDomain.
*
* This function may return CORPROF_E_DATAINCOMPLETE if the given static
* has not been assigned a home in the given AppDomain.
*/
HRESULT GetAppDomainStaticAddress(
[in] ClassID classId,
[in] mdFieldDef fieldToken,
[in] AppDomainID appDomainId,
[out] void **ppAddress);
/*
* GetThreadStaticAddress gets the address of the home for the given
* Thread static in the given Thread. threadId must be the current thread
* ID or NULL, which means using curernt thread ID.
*
* This function may return CORPROF_E_DATAINCOMPLETE if the given static
* has not been assigned a home in the given Thread.
*/
HRESULT GetThreadStaticAddress(
[in] ClassID classId,
[in] mdFieldDef fieldToken,
[in] ThreadID threadId,
[out] void **ppAddress);
/*
* GetContextStaticAddress gets the address of the home for the given
* Context static in the given context. It must be called from a managed
* thread. Otherwise, it will return CORPROF_E_NOT_MANAGED_THREAD.
*
* This function may return CORPROF_E_DATAINCOMPLETE if the given static
* has not been assigned a home in the given Context.
*/
HRESULT GetContextStaticAddress(
[in] ClassID classId,
[in] mdFieldDef fieldToken,
[in] ContextID contextId,
[out] void **ppAddress);
/*
* GetStaticFieldInfo gets COR_PRF_STATIC_TYPE for a specific
* field in a class. This information can be used to decide which
* function to call to get the address of the static.
*
* NOTE: One should still check the metadata for a static to ensure
* it is actually going to have an address. Statics that are literals
* (aka constants) exist only in the metadata and do not have an address.
*
*/
HRESULT GetStaticFieldInfo(
[in] ClassID classId,
[in] mdFieldDef fieldToken,
[out] COR_PRF_STATIC_TYPE *pFieldInfo);
/*
* GetGenerationBounds returns the memory regions that make up a given
* GC generation in memory. It may be called from any profiler callback as long
* as a GC is not in progress. (To be exact, it may be called from any callback
* except for those that occur between GarbageCollectionStarted and GarbageCollectionFinished.)
*
* Most shifting of generations takes place during garbage collections; between
* collections generations may grow, but generally do not move around. Therefore
* the most interesting places to call this function are in GarbageCollectionStarted
* and Finished.
*
* During program startup, some objects are allocated by the CLR itself, generally
* in generations 3 and 0. So by the time managed code starts executing, these
* generations will already contain objects. Generations 1 and 2 will be normally
* empty, except for dummy objects generated by the garbage collector (of size 12
* bytes in 32-bit implementations of the CLR, larger in 64-bit implementaions).
* You may also see generation 2 ranges that are inside modules generated by ngen.
* These are "frozen objects" generated at ngen time rather than allocated by the
* garbage collector.
*
* cObjectRanges is a count of the number of elements allocated by the caller for
* the ranges array
* pcObjectRanges is an out param for the number of ranges in the given generation
* ranges is an array of elements of type COR_PRF_GC_GENERATION_RANGE, each of which
* describes a range of memory used by the garbage collector
*/
HRESULT GetGenerationBounds(
[in] ULONG cObjectRanges,
[out] ULONG *pcObjectRanges,
[out, size_is(cObjectRanges), length_is(*pcObjectRanges)] COR_PRF_GC_GENERATION_RANGE ranges[]);
/*
* GetObjectGeneration returns which generation the given object is currently in, along
* with the start and length of the segment containing the object. It may be called
* at any time as long as a GC is not in progress.
*/
HRESULT GetObjectGeneration(
[in] ObjectID objectId,
[out] COR_PRF_GC_GENERATION_RANGE *range);
/*
* When an exception notification is received, GetNotifiedExceptionClauseInfo() may be used
* to get the native address and frame information for the exception clause (catch/finally/filter)
* that is about to be run (ExceptionCatchEnter, ExceptionUnwindFinallyEnter, ExceptionFilterEnter)
* or has just been run (ExceptionCatchLeave, ExceptionUnwindFinallyLeave, ExceptionFilterLeave).
*
* This call may be made at any time after one of the Enter calls above until either the matching
* Leave call is received or until a nested exception throws out of the current clause in which case
* there will be no Leave notification for that clause. Note it is not possible for a throw to escape
* a Filter so there is always a Leave in that case.
*
* Return values:
* S_OK indicates success
* S_FALSE indicates that no exception clause is active
* CORPROF_E_NOT_MANAGED_THREAD indicates an unmanaged thread.
*/
HRESULT GetNotifiedExceptionClauseInfo(
[out] COR_PRF_EX_CLAUSE_INFO *pinfo);
}
/*
* The CLR implements the ICorProfilerInfo3 interface. This interface is
* used by a code profiler to communicate with the CLR to control event
* monitoring and request information. The CLR passes an
* ICorProfilerInfo3 interface to each code profiler during initialization.
*
* A code profiler can call methods on the ICorProfilerInfo3 interface to get
* information about managed code being executed under the control of the CLR
*
* The ICorProfilerInfo3 interface implemented by the CLR uses the free
* threaded model.
*
* The methods implemented on this interface return S_OK on success, or E_FAIL
* on failure.
*
*/
[
object,
uuid(B555ED4F-452A-4E54-8B39-B5360BAD32A0),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerInfo3 : ICorProfilerInfo2
{
/*
* Returns an enumerator for all previously jitted functions. May overlap with
* functions previously reported via CompilationStarted callbacks.
* NOTE: The returned enumeration will only include '0' for the value of the
* COR_PRF_FUNCTION::reJitId field. If you require valid COR_PRF_FUNCTION::reJitId values, use
* ICorProfilerInfo4::EnumJITedFunctions2.
*/
HRESULT EnumJITedFunctions([out] ICorProfilerFunctionEnum** ppEnum);
HRESULT RequestProfilerDetach([in] DWORD dwExpectedCompletionMilliseconds);
HRESULT SetFunctionIDMapper2(
[in] FunctionIDMapper2 *pFunc,
[in] void *clientData);
/*
* GetStringLayout2 returns detailed information about how string objects are stored.
*
* *pStringLengthOffset is the offset (from the ObjectID pointer) to a DWORD that
* stores the length of the string itself
*
* *pBufferOffset is the offset (from the ObjectID pointer) to the actual buffer
* of wide characters
*
* Strings may or may not be null-terminated.
*/
HRESULT GetStringLayout2(
[out] ULONG *pStringLengthOffset,
[out] ULONG *pBufferOffset);
/*
* The code profiler calls SetFunctionHooks3 to specify handlers
* for FunctionEnter3, FunctionLeave3, and FunctionTailcall3, and calls
* SetFunctionHooks3WithInfo to specify handlers for FunctionEnter3WithInfo,
* FunctionLeave3WithInfo, and FunctionTailcall3WithInfo.
*
* Note that only one set of callbacks may be active at a time. Thus,
* if a profiler calls SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks, SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks2
* and SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks3(WithInfo), then SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks3(WithInfo)
* wins. SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks2 takes precedence over SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks
* when both are set.
*
* Each function pointer may be null to disable that callback.
*
* SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks3(WithInfo) may only be called from the
* profiler's Initialize() callback.
*/
HRESULT SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks3(
[in] FunctionEnter3 *pFuncEnter3,
[in] FunctionLeave3 *pFuncLeave3,
[in] FunctionTailcall3 *pFuncTailcall3);
HRESULT SetEnterLeaveFunctionHooks3WithInfo(
[in] FunctionEnter3WithInfo *pFuncEnter3WithInfo,
[in] FunctionLeave3WithInfo *pFuncLeave3WithInfo,
[in] FunctionTailcall3WithInfo *pFuncTailcall3WithInfo);
/*
* The profiler can call GetFunctionEnter3Info to gather frame info and argument info
* in FunctionEnter3WithInfo callback. The profiler needs to allocate sufficient space
* for COR_PRF_FUNCTION_ARGUMENT_INFO of the function it's inspecting and indicate the
* size in a ULONG pointed by pcbArgumentInfo.
*/
HRESULT GetFunctionEnter3Info(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] COR_PRF_ELT_INFO eltInfo,
[out] COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO *pFrameInfo,
[in, out] ULONG *pcbArgumentInfo,
[out, size_is(*pcbArgumentInfo)] COR_PRF_FUNCTION_ARGUMENT_INFO *pArgumentInfo);
/*
* The profiler can call GetFunctionLeave3Info to gather frame info and return value
* in FunctionLeave3WithInfo callback.
*/
HRESULT GetFunctionLeave3Info(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] COR_PRF_ELT_INFO eltInfo,
[out] COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO *pFrameInfo,
[out] COR_PRF_FUNCTION_ARGUMENT_RANGE *pRetvalRange);
/*
* The profiler can call GetFunctionTailcall3Info to gather frame info in
* FunctionTailcall3WithInfo callback.
*/
HRESULT GetFunctionTailcall3Info(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] COR_PRF_ELT_INFO eltInfo,
[out] COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO *pFrameInfo);
HRESULT EnumModules([out] ICorProfilerModuleEnum** ppEnum);
/*
* The profiler can call GetRuntimeInformation to query CLR version information.
* Passing NULL to any parameter is acceptable except pcchVersionString cannot
* be NULL if szVersionString is not NULL.
*/
HRESULT GetRuntimeInformation([out] USHORT *pClrInstanceId,
[out] COR_PRF_RUNTIME_TYPE *pRuntimeType,
[out] USHORT *pMajorVersion,
[out] USHORT *pMinorVersion,
[out] USHORT *pBuildNumber,
[out] USHORT *pQFEVersion,
[in] ULONG cchVersionString,
[out] ULONG *pcchVersionString,
[out, annotation("_Out_writes_to_(cchVersionString, *pcchVersionString)")]
WCHAR szVersionString[]);
/*
* GetThreadStaticAddress2 gets the address of the home for the given
* Thread static in the given Thread.
*
* This function may return CORPROF_E_DATAINCOMPLETE if the given static
* has not been assigned a home in the given Thread.
*/
HRESULT GetThreadStaticAddress2(
[in] ClassID classId,
[in] mdFieldDef fieldToken,
[in] AppDomainID appDomainId,
[in] ThreadID threadId,
[out] void **ppAddress);
/*
* GetAppDomainsContainingModule returns the AppDomainIDs in which the
* given module has been loaded
*/
HRESULT GetAppDomainsContainingModule(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[in] ULONG32 cAppDomainIds,
[out] ULONG32 *pcAppDomainIds,
[out, size_is(cAppDomainIds), length_is(*pcAppDomainIds)] AppDomainID appDomainIds[]);
/*
* Retrieve information about a given module.
*
* When the module is loaded from disk, the name returned will be the filename;
* otherwise, the name will be the name from the metadata Module table (i.e.,
* the same as the managed System.Reflection.Module.ScopeName).
*
* *pdwModuleFlags will be filled in with a bitmask of values from COR_PRF_MODULE_FLAGS
* that specify some properties of the module.
*
* NOTE: While this function may be called as soon as the moduleId is alive,
* the AssemblyID of the containing assembly will not be available until the
* ModuleAttachedToAssembly callback.
*
*/
HRESULT GetModuleInfo2(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[out] LPCBYTE *ppBaseLoadAddress,
[in] ULONG cchName,
[out] ULONG *pcchName,
[out, annotation("_Out_writes_to_(cchName, *pcchName)")]
WCHAR szName[],
[out] AssemblyID *pAssemblyId,
[out] DWORD *pdwModuleFlags);
}
/*
* This interface lets you iterate over the frozen objects from ngen images.
*/
[
object,
uuid(2C6269BD-2D13-4321-AE12-6686365FD6AF),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerObjectEnum : IUnknown
{
HRESULT Skip(
[in] ULONG celt);
HRESULT Reset();
HRESULT Clone(
[out] ICorProfilerObjectEnum **ppEnum);
HRESULT GetCount(
[out] ULONG *pcelt);
HRESULT Next(
[in] ULONG celt,
[out, size_is(celt), length_is(*pceltFetched)] ObjectID objects[],
[out] ULONG *pceltFetched);
}
/*
* This interface lets you iterate over functions in the runtime.
*/
[
object,
uuid(FF71301A-B994-429D-A10B-B345A65280EF),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerFunctionEnum : IUnknown
{
HRESULT Skip([in] ULONG celt);
HRESULT Reset();
HRESULT Clone([out] ICorProfilerFunctionEnum **ppEnum);
HRESULT GetCount([out] ULONG *pcelt);
HRESULT Next([in] ULONG celt,
[out, size_is(celt), length_is(*pceltFetched)]
COR_PRF_FUNCTION ids[],
[out] ULONG * pceltFetched);
};
/*
* This interface lets you iterate over modules in the runtime.
*/
[
object,
uuid(b0266d75-2081-4493-af7f-028ba34db891),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerModuleEnum : IUnknown
{
HRESULT Skip([in] ULONG celt);
HRESULT Reset();
HRESULT Clone([out] ICorProfilerModuleEnum **ppEnum);
HRESULT GetCount([out] ULONG *pcelt);
HRESULT Next([in] ULONG celt,
[out, size_is(celt), length_is(*pceltFetched)]
ModuleID ids[],
[out] ULONG * pceltFetched);
};
/*
* NOTE: DEPRECATED, now you can use your any allocator.
*
* This is simple allocator that only allows you to allocate memory.
* You may not free it. This was used in conjunction with
* ICorProfilerInfo::SetILFunctionBody.
*/
[
object,
uuid(A0EFB28B-6EE2-4d7b-B983-A75EF7BEEDB8),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface IMethodMalloc : IUnknown
{
/*
* Tries to allocate memory above the start address of the module from
* which it was created. It is important to note that this method may
* fail to allocate the memory specified above the start address, and
* may as a result return NULL.
*/
PVOID Alloc(
[in] ULONG cb);
}
/*
* The CLR implements the ICorProfilerFunctionControl interface. This interface
* is used by a code profiler to communicate with the CLR to control how the
* JIT should generate code when rejitting a specific method.
*
* The ICorProfilerFunctionControl interface implemented by the CLR uses the
* free threaded model.
*/
[
object,
uuid(F0963021-E1EA-4732-8581-E01B0BD3C0C6),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerFunctionControl : IUnknown
{
/*
* Set one or more flags from COR_PRF_CODEGEN_FLAGS to control code
* generation just for this method.
*/
HRESULT SetCodegenFlags(
[in] DWORD flags);
/*
* Override the method body.
*/
HRESULT SetILFunctionBody(
[in] ULONG cbNewILMethodHeader,
[in, size_is(cbNewILMethodHeader)] LPCBYTE pbNewILMethodHeader);
/*
* This is not currently implemented, and will return E_NOTIMPL
*/
HRESULT SetILInstrumentedCodeMap(
[in] ULONG cILMapEntries,
[in, size_is(cILMapEntries)] COR_IL_MAP rgILMapEntries[]);
}
/*
* The CLR implements the ICorProfilerInfo4 interface. This interface is
* used by a code profiler to communicate with the CLR to control event
* monitoring and request information. The CLR passes an
* ICorProfilerInfo4 interface to each code profiler during initialization.
*
* A code profiler can call methods on the ICorProfilerInfo4 interface to get
* information about managed code being executed under the control of the CLR
*
* The ICorProfilerInfo4 interface implemented by the CLR uses the free
* threaded model.
*
* The methods implemented on this interface return S_OK on success, or E_FAIL
* on failure.
*
*/
[
object,
uuid(0d8fdcaa-6257-47bf-b1bf-94dac88466ee),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerInfo4 : ICorProfilerInfo3
{
HRESULT EnumThreads([out] ICorProfilerThreadEnum **ppEnum);
HRESULT InitializeCurrentThread();
/*
* Call RequestReJIT to have the runtime re-JIT a particular set of methods.
* A code profiler can then adjust the code generated when the method is
* re-JITed through the ICorProfilerFunctionControl interface. This does
* not impact currently executing methods, only future invocations.
*
* A return code of S_OK indicates that all of the requested methods were
* attempted to be rejitted. However, the profiler must implement
* ICorProfilerCallback4::ReJITError to determine which of the methods were
* successfully re-JITed.
*
* A failure return value (E_*) indicates some failure that prevents any
* re-JITs.
*/
HRESULT RequestReJIT(
[in] ULONG cFunctions,
[in, size_is(cFunctions)] ModuleID moduleIds[],
[in, size_is(cFunctions)] mdMethodDef methodIds[]);
/*
* RequestRevert will instruct the runtime to revert to using/calling the
* original method (original IL and flags) rather than whatever was
* ReJITed. This does not change any currently active methods, only future
* invocations.
*
*/
HRESULT RequestRevert(
[in] ULONG cFunctions,
[in, size_is(cFunctions)] ModuleID moduleIds[],
[in, size_is(cFunctions)] mdMethodDef methodIds[],
[out, size_is(cFunctions)] HRESULT status[]);
/*
* Same as GetCodeInfo2, except instead of always returning the code info
* associated with the original IL/function, you can request the code info
* for a particular re-JITed version of a function.
*/
HRESULT GetCodeInfo3(
[in] FunctionID functionID,
[in] ReJITID reJitId,
[in] ULONG32 cCodeInfos,
[out] ULONG32 * pcCodeInfos,
[out, size_is(cCodeInfos), length_is(*pcCodeInfos)]
COR_PRF_CODE_INFO codeInfos[]);
/*
* Same as GetFunctionFromIP, but also returns which re-JITed version is
* associated with the IP address.
*/
HRESULT GetFunctionFromIP2(
[in] LPCBYTE ip,
[out] FunctionID * pFunctionId,
[out] ReJITID * pReJitId);
/*
* GetReJITIDs can be used to find all of the re-JITed versions of the
* given function.
*/
HRESULT GetReJITIDs(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] ULONG cReJitIds,
[out] ULONG * pcReJitIds,
[out, size_is(cReJitIds), length_is(*pcReJitIds)]
ReJITID reJitIds[]);
/*
* Same as GetILToNativeMapping, but allows the code profiler to specify
* which re-JITed version it applies to.
*/
HRESULT GetILToNativeMapping2(
[in] FunctionID functionId,
[in] ReJITID reJitId,
[in] ULONG32 cMap,
[out] ULONG32 * pcMap,
[out, size_is(cMap),length_is(*pcMap)]
COR_DEBUG_IL_TO_NATIVE_MAP map[]);
/*
* Returns an enumerator for all previously jitted functions. May overlap with
* functions previously reported via CompilationStarted callbacks. The returned
* enumeration will include values for the COR_PRF_FUNCTION::reJitId field
*/
HRESULT EnumJITedFunctions2([out] ICorProfilerFunctionEnum** ppEnum);
/*
* The code profiler calls GetObjectSize to obtain the size of an object.
* Note that types like arrays and strings may have a different size for each object.
*/
HRESULT GetObjectSize2(
[in] ObjectID objectId,
[out] SIZE_T *pcSize);
}
[
object,
uuid(07602928-CE38-4B83-81E7-74ADAF781214),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerInfo5 : ICorProfilerInfo4
{
/*
* The code profiler calls GetEventMask2 to obtain the current event
* categories for which it is to receive event notifications from the CLR
*
* *pdwEventsLow is a bitwise combination of values from COR_PRF_MONITOR
* *pdwEventsHigh is a bitwise combination of values from COR_PRF_HIGH_MONITOR
*/
HRESULT GetEventMask2(
[out] DWORD *pdwEventsLow,
[out] DWORD *pdwEventsHigh);
/*
* The code profiler calls SetEventMask2 to set the event categories for
* which it is set to receive notification from the CLR.
*
* dwEventsLow is a bitwise combination of values from COR_PRF_MONITOR
* dwEventsHigh is a bitwise combination of values from COR_PRF_HIGH_MONITOR
*/
HRESULT SetEventMask2(
[in] DWORD dwEventsLow,
[in] DWORD dwEventsHigh);
};
[
object,
uuid(F30A070D-BFFB-46A7-B1D8-8781EF7B698A),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerInfo6 : ICorProfilerInfo5
{
/*
* Returns an enumerator for all methods that
* - belong to a given NGen or R2R module (inlinersModuleId) and
* - inlined a body of a given method (inlineeModuleId / inlineeMethodId).
*
* If incompleteData is set to TRUE after function is called, it means that the methods enumerator
* doesn't contain all methods inlining a given method.
* It can happen when one or more direct or indirect dependencies of inliners module haven't been loaded yet.
* If profiler needs accurate data it should retry later when more modules are loaded (preferably on each module load).
*
* It can be used to lift limitation on inlining for ReJIT.
*
* NOTE: If the inlinee method is decorated with the System.Runtime.Versioning.NonVersionable attribute then
* then some inliners may not ever be reported. If you need to get a full accounting you can avoid the issue
* by disabling the use of all native images.
*
*/
HRESULT EnumNgenModuleMethodsInliningThisMethod(
[in] ModuleID inlinersModuleId,
[in] ModuleID inlineeModuleId,
[in] mdMethodDef inlineeMethodId,
[out] BOOL *incompleteData,
[out] ICorProfilerMethodEnum** ppEnum);
};
[
object,
uuid(9AEECC0D-63E0-4187-8C00-E312F503F663),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerInfo7 : ICorProfilerInfo6
{
/*
* Applies the newly emitted Metadata.
*
* This method can be used to apply the newly defined metadata by IMetadataEmit::Define* methods
* to the module.
*
* If metadata changes are made after ModuleLoadFinished callback,
* it is required to call this method before using the new metadata
*/
HRESULT ApplyMetaData(
[in] ModuleID moduleId);
/* Returns the length of an in-memory symbol stream
*
* If the module has in-memory symbols the length of the stream will
* be placed in pCountSymbolBytes. If the module doesn't have in-memory
* symbols, *pCountSymbolBytes = 0
*
* Returns S_OK if the length could be determined (even if it is 0)
*
* Note: The current implementation does not support reflection.emit.
* CORPROF_E_MODULE_IS_DYNAMIC will be returned in that case.
*/
HRESULT GetInMemorySymbolsLength(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[out] DWORD* pCountSymbolBytes);
/* Reads bytes from an in-memory symbol stream
*
* This function attempts to read countSymbolBytes of data starting at offset
* symbolsReadOffset within the in-memory stream. The data will be copied into
* pSymbolBytes which is expected to have countSymbolBytes of space available.
* pCountSymbolsBytesRead contains the actual number of bytes read which
* may be less than countSymbolBytes if the end of the stream is reached.
*
* Returns S_OK if a non-zero number of bytes were read.
*
* Note: The current implementation does not support reflection.emit.
* CORPROF_E_MODULE_IS_DYNAMIC will be returned in that case.
*/
HRESULT ReadInMemorySymbols(
[in] ModuleID moduleId,
[in] DWORD symbolsReadOffset,
[out] BYTE* pSymbolBytes,
[in] DWORD countSymbolBytes,
[out] DWORD* pCountSymbolBytesRead);
};
[
object,
uuid(C5AC80A6-782E-4716-8044-39598C60CFBF),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerInfo8 : ICorProfilerInfo7
{
/*
* Determines if a function has associated metadata
*
* Certain methods like IL Stubs or LCG Methods do not have
* associated metadata that can be retrieved using the IMetaDataImport APIs.
*
* Such methods can be encountered by profilers through instruction pointers
* or by listening to ICorProfilerCallback::DynamicMethodJITCompilationStarted
*
* This API can be used to determine whether a FunctionID is dynamic.
*/
HRESULT IsFunctionDynamic( [in] FunctionID functionId,
[out] BOOL *isDynamic);
/*
* Maps a managed code instruction pointer to a FunctionID.
*
* GetFunctionFromIP2 fails for dynamic methods, this method works for
* both dynamic and non-dynamic methods. It is a superset of GetFunctionFromIP2
*/
HRESULT GetFunctionFromIP3([in] LPCBYTE ip,
[out] FunctionID *functionId,
[out] ReJITID * pReJitId);
/*
* Retrieves informaiton about dynamic methods
*
* Certain methods like IL Stubs or LCG do not have
* associated metadata that can be retrieved using the IMetaDataImport APIs.
*
* Such methods can be encountered by profilers through instruction pointers
* or by listening to ICorProfilerCallback::DynamicMethodJITCompilationStarted
*
* This API can be used to retrieve information about dynamic methods
* including a friendly name if available.
*/
HRESULT GetDynamicFunctionInfo( [in] FunctionID functionId,
[out] ModuleID *moduleId,
[out] PCCOR_SIGNATURE *ppvSig,
[out] ULONG *pbSig,
[in] ULONG cchName,
[out] ULONG *pcchName,
[out] WCHAR wszName[]);
};
[
object,
uuid(008170DB-F8CC-4796-9A51-DC8AA0B47012),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerInfo9 : ICorProfilerInfo8
{
//Given functionId + rejitId, enumerate the native code start address of all jitted versions of this code that currently exist
HRESULT GetNativeCodeStartAddresses(FunctionID functionID, ReJITID reJitId, ULONG32 cCodeStartAddresses, ULONG32 *pcCodeStartAddresses, UINT_PTR codeStartAddresses[]);
//Given the native code start address, return the native->IL mapping information for this jitted version of the code
HRESULT GetILToNativeMapping3(UINT_PTR pNativeCodeStartAddress, ULONG32 cMap, ULONG32 *pcMap, COR_DEBUG_IL_TO_NATIVE_MAP map[]);
//Given the native code start address, return the the blocks of virtual memory that store this code (method code is not necessarily stored in a single contiguous memory region)
HRESULT GetCodeInfo4(UINT_PTR pNativeCodeStartAddress, ULONG32 cCodeInfos, ULONG32* pcCodeInfos, COR_PRF_CODE_INFO codeInfos[]);
}
/*
* This interface lets you iterate over methods in the runtime.
*/
[
object,
uuid(FCCEE788-0088-454B-A811-C99F298D1942),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerMethodEnum : IUnknown
{
HRESULT Skip([in] ULONG celt);
HRESULT Reset();
HRESULT Clone([out] ICorProfilerMethodEnum **ppEnum);
HRESULT GetCount([out] ULONG *pcelt);
HRESULT Next([in] ULONG celt,
[out, size_is(celt), length_is(*pceltFetched)]
COR_PRF_METHOD elements[],
[out] ULONG * pceltFetched);
}
/*
* This interface lets you iterate over threads in the runtime.
*/
[
object,
uuid(571194f7-25ed-419f-aa8b-7016b3159701),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerThreadEnum : IUnknown
{
HRESULT Skip([in] ULONG celt);
HRESULT Reset();
HRESULT Clone([out] ICorProfilerThreadEnum **ppEnum);
HRESULT GetCount([out] ULONG *pcelt);
HRESULT Next([in] ULONG celt,
[out, size_is(celt), length_is(*pceltFetched)]
ThreadID ids[],
[out] ULONG * pceltFetched);
}
/*
* This interface is given to the profiler in the GetAssemblyReferences() callback, to
* allow the profiler to inform the CLR of assembly references that the profiler plans to
* add later on during ModuleLoadFinished. This improves the accuracy of the CLR assembly
* reference closure walker, and its algorithms for determining whether assemblies may be shared
*
* This interface is valid for use only within the GetAssemblyReferences callback that passed
* this interface to the profiler
*/
[
object,
uuid(66A78C24-2EEF-4F65-B45F-DD1D8038BF3C),
pointer_default(unique),
local
]
interface ICorProfilerAssemblyReferenceProvider : IUnknown
{
// The profiler calls this for each target assembly it plans to reference from the
// assembly specified in the wszAssemblyPath argument of the GetAssemblyReferences callback.
HRESULT AddAssemblyReference(const COR_PRF_ASSEMBLY_REFERENCE_INFO * pAssemblyRefInfo);
};
/***************************************************************************************
** ICLRProfiling **
** Activated using mscoree!CLRCreateInstance. Export AttachProfiler API to profilers **
***************************************************************************************/
[
uuid(B349ABE3-B56F-4689-BFCD-76BF39D888EA),
version(1.0),
helpstring("CoreCLR profiling interface for profiler attach"),
local
]
interface ICLRProfiling : IUnknown
{
HRESULT AttachProfiler(
[in] DWORD dwProfileeProcessID,
[in] DWORD dwMillisecondsMax, // optional
[in] const CLSID * pClsidProfiler,
[in] LPCWSTR wszProfilerPath, // optional
[in, size_is(cbClientData)] void * pvClientData, // optional
[in] UINT cbClientData); // optional
}