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# CDDL HEADER START
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# CDDL HEADER END
#
#
# Copyright (c) 2009, 2010, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
#
# This file provides exceptions to the usual rules applied to ELF objects by
# check_rtime. All strings are Perl regular expressions that are compared to
# file paths. In addition to the standard Perl syntax, there is one extension:
#
# MACH(dir)
#
# is expanded into a regular expression that matches the given
# directory, or a 64-bit subdirectory of the directory with the
# name of a 64-bit architecture. For example, MACH(lib) will match
# any of the following:
#
# lib
# lib/amd64
# lib/sparcv9
# Directory hierarchies to skip completely
SKIP ^usr/lib/libc/ # optimized libc
SKIP ^usr/lib/rcm/ # 4426119
SKIP ^usr/perl5/ # alan's taking care of these :-)
SKIP ^usr/src/ # no objects in source code
# Individual files that we don't examine
SKIP ^boot/grub/bin/grub$
SKIP ^usr/apache/libexec/mod_ipp.so$ # Apache loadable module
# USIII specific extns. cause ldd noise on USII bld. m/c
SKIP ^usr/lib/fps/sun4u/UltraSPARC.*/fptest$
SKIP ^usr/MACH(lib)/lddstub$ # lddstub has no dependencies
SKIP ^usr/MACH(lib)/libssagent\.so\.1$ # 4328854
SKIP ^usr/lib/MACH(iconv)/geniconvtbl.so$ # 4384329
# picl file exclusions (4385799)
SKIP ^usr/platform/.*/libpsvcplugin_psr\.so\.1
SKIP ^usr/platform/.*/libpsvcpolicy_psr\.so\.1
SKIP ^usr/platform/.*/libpsvcpolicy\.so\.1
SKIP ^usr/lib/sysevent/modules/picl_slm.so$
# Objects that are allowed to have executable data segments
EXEC_DATA ^MACH(lib)/ld\.so\.1$
EXEC_DATA ^lib/libc\.so\.1$ # 6524709, 32-bit, needed for x86 only
EXEC_DATA ^opt/SUNWdtrt/tst/.*/ustack/tst\.helper\.exe$
EXEC_DATA ^platform/.*/MACH(kernel)/unix$
EXEC_DATA ^platform/.*/multiboot$
# Objects that are allowed to have an executable stack
EXEC_STACK ^platform/.*/MACH(kernel)/unix$
EXEC_STACK ^platform/.*/multiboot$
# Objects for which we allow relocations to the text segment
TEXTREL ^platform/.*/MACH(kernel)/unix$
# Directories and files that are allowed to have no direct bound symbols
NODIRECT ^platform/.*/MACH(kernel)/unix$
NODIRECT ^usr/ucb
NODIRECT ^usr/4lib/sbcp$
# Identify any files that should be skipped when building a crle(1)
# configuration file. As the hwcap libraries can be loop-back mounted onto
# libc, these can confuse crle(1) because of their identical dev/inode.
NOCRLEALT ^usr/lib/libc/libc_hwcap[1-3].so.1$
# Files that should contain debugging information.
STAB ^platform/.*/MACH(kernel)/unix$
# Files that are allowed undefined references
UNDEF_REF ^usr/lib/libnisdb\.so\.2$
UNDEF_REF ^usr/snadm/lib/libsvm\.so\.1$
# Objects allowed to have unused dependencies
UNUSED_DEPS ^usr/lib/picl/plugins/ # require devtree dependencies
UNUSED_DEPS ^usr/lib/libp # profile libc makes libm an unused dep of libc
# libm.so.2 dependency
UNUSED_OBJ unused object=.*MACH(libm)/libm_hwcap1\.so\.2
# Unused runpaths due to dlopen() use
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/lib/fs/autofs.*\ from\ .automountd
UNUSED_RPATH /etc/ppp/plugins.*\ from\ .*pppd
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/lib/inet/ppp.*\ from\ .*pppd
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/sfw/lib.*\ from\ .*libipsecutil\.so\.1
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/platform/.*rsmlib.*\ from\ .*librsm\.so\.2
UNUSED_RPATH \$ORIGIN.*\ from\ .*fcode.so
UNUSED_RPATH /opt/VRTSvxvm/lib.*\ from\ .*libdiskmgt\.so\.1
# Unused runpaths in picl code
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/platform/.*\ from\ .*/usr/platform
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/lib/picl/.*\ from\ .*/usr/platform
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/platform/.*\ from\ .*/usr/lib/picl
# Unused runpaths in non-OSNET objects we can't change
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/lib/mps.*\ from\ .*libnss3\.so
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/lib/mps.*\ from\ .*libnssutil3\.so
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/lib/mps.*\ from\ .*libsmime3\.so
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/lib/mps.*\ from\ .*libssl3\.so
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/sfw/lib.*\ from\ .*libdbus-1\.so\.3
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/sfw/lib.*\ from\ .*libdbus-glib-1\.so\.2
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/sfw/lib.*\ from\ .*libglib-2\.0\.so\.0
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/X11/lib.*\ from\ .*libglib-2\.0\.so\.0
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/sfw/lib.*\ from\ .*libgobject-2\.0\.so\.0
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/X11/lib.*\ from\ .*libgobject-2\.0\.so\.0
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/sfw/lib.*\ from\ .*libgthread-2\.0\.so\.0
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/X11/lib.*\ from\ .*libgthread-2\.0\.so\.0
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/sfw/lib.*\ from\ .*libcrypto\.so\.0\.9\.8
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/sfw/lib.*\ from\ .*libnetsnmp\.so\.15
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/sfw/lib.*\ from\ .*libgcc_s\.so\.1
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/ccs/lib.*\ from\ .*libgcc_s\.so\.1
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/lib.*\ from\ .*libgcc_s\.so\.1
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/postgres/8.3/lib.*\ from\ .*libpq\.so\.5
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/sfw/lib.*\ from\ .*libpq\.so\.5
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/lib.*\ from\ .*/usr/lib/mps
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/ccs/lib.*\ from\ .*/usr/lib/mps
# Unused runpaths for reasons not captured above
UNUSED_RPATH /usr/lib/smbsrv.*\ from\ .*libsmb\.so\.1 # future needs
UNUSED_RPATH /usr.*\ from\ .*tst\.gcc\.exe # gcc built
# Unreferenced objects of non-OSnet objects we can't change
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libcimapi\.so
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libdbus-1\.so\.3
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libdbus-glib-1\.so\.2
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libglib-2.0\.so\.0
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libgobject-2.0\.so\.0
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libgthread-2\.0\.so\.0
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libjvm\.so
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libnetsnmp\.so\.15
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libnetsnmpagent\.so\.15
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libnetsnmpmibs\.so\.15
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libnetsnmphelpers\.so\.15
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libnspr4\.so
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libpq\.so\.5
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libsoftokn3\.so
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libspmicommon\.so\.1
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libspmocommon\.so\.1
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libssl3\.so
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libtspi\.so\.1
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libxml2\.so\.2
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libxslt\.so\.1
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libpq\.so\.4
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*libpython2\.4\.so\.1\.0
UNREF_OBJ /libgcc_s.*\ of\ .*libstdc\+\+\.so\.6
# Unreferenced object of objects we can't change for other reasons
UNREF_OBJ /libmapmalloc\.so\.1;\ unused\ dependency\ of # interposer
UNREF_OBJ /libstdc\+\+\.so\.6;\ unused\ dependency\ of # gcc build
UNREF_OBJ /libm\.so\.2.*\ of\ .*libstdc\+\+\.so\.6 # gcc build
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*/lib/picl/plugins/ # picl
UNREF_OBJ /lib.*\ of\ .*kcfd # interposer
UNREF_OBJ /libpkcs11\.so\.1; .*\ of\ .*libkmf\.so\.1 # interposed
# Referenced by the Studio build, not the GCC build. GCC eliminates the unused
# statics which have the dependence.
UNREF_OBJ /libc\.so\.1.*\ of\ .*kldap\.so\.1
# Objects that used to contain system functionalty that has since
# migrated to libc. We preserve these libraries as pure filters for
# backward compatability but nothing needs to link to them.
OLDDEP libaio\.so\.1 # onnv build 44
OLDDEP libdl\.so\.1 # on10 build 49
OLDDEP libdoor\.so\.1 # onnv build 12
OLDDEP libintl\.so\.1 # on297 build 7
OLDDEP libpthread\.so\.1 # on10 build 53
OLDDEP librt\.so\.1 # onnv build 44
OLDDEP libsched\.so\.1 # on10 build 36
OLDDEP libthread\.so\.1 # on10 build 53
OLDDEP libw\.so\.1 # on297 build 7
# Files for which we skip checking of duplicate addresses in the
# symbol sort sections. Such exceptions should be rare --- most code will
# not have duplicate addresses, since it takes assember or a "#pragma weak"
# to do such aliasing in C. C++ is different: The compiler generates aliases
# for implementation reasons, and the mangled names used to encode argument
# and return value types are difficult to handle well in mapfiles.
# Furthermore, the Sun compiler and gcc use different and incompatible
# name mangling conventions. Since ON must be buildable by either, we
# would have to maintain two sets of mapfiles for each such object.
# C++ use is rare in ON, so this is not worth pursuing.
#
NOSYMSORT opt/SUNWdtrt/tst/common/pid/tst.weak2.exe # DTrace test
NOSYMSORT lib/amd64/libnsl\.so\.1 # C++
NOSYMSORT lib/sparcv9/libnsl\.so\.1 # C++
NOSYMSORT lib/sparcv9/libfru\.so\.1 # C++
NOSYMSORT usr/lib/sgml/nsgmls # C++
NOSYMSORT usr/lib/lms # C++
NOSYMSORT ld\.so\.1 # libc_pic.a user
NOSYMSORT lib/libsun_fc\.so\.1 # C++
NOSYMSORT lib/amd64/libsun_fc\.so\.1 # C++
NOSYMSORT lib/sparcv9/libsun_fc\.so\.1 # C++
NOSYMSORT usr/lib/amd64/libfru\.so\.1 # C++
# The libprtdiag_psr.so.1 objects built under usr/src/lib/libprtdiag_psr
# are a family, all built using the same makefile, targeted at different
# sparc hardware variants. There are a small number of cases where this
# one size fits all approach causes an object to be linked against an
# unneeded library.
UNREF_OBJ lib/(libdevinfo|libcfgadm)\.so\.1; .*\ of\ .*SUNW,Netra-CP2300/lib/libprtdiag_psr\.so\.1
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