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#rockbox log for 2021-07-20

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02:27:31desowinCoverity Scan reported 915 issues, to view click add me to project at https://scan.coverity.com/projects/rockbox
02:32:10desowinsorting by impact, CID#353480 is real file handle leak when load_voicefile_index() returns false when file does exist but has malformed header, the fd is never closed
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04:41:58bittinhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJDY1FXuJPQ some Rockbox love on Youtube
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06:52:24speachy_bilgus: no, because when path is null pathsize is 0, so the memcpy() does nothing.
06:54:02speachyGoing to the URL you mentioned it claims no builds were succsssfully analyzed.. don't have a way of looking at that report.
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07:03:04speachy(didn't get an invite email either, FWIW)
07:03:16speachydesowin: ^^
07:10:32speachybut if the most severe issue is a fd leak, then we're doing better than I'd expected.
07:33:31speachy(a leak in a called-once-at-startup error path!)
07:37:55desowinthere are a bunch of out of bounds accesses...
07:39:29ArsenI suspect such a bug is behind what I'm debugging
07:39:55ArsenI may try to afford a USB sniffer to look into this further, as I said, but I'm not sure how viable that is, since as a student I have no income at all
07:40:25desowinif you study computer science, check if your faculty has one
07:42:33desowinwhen I was student, there was Ellisys USB Explorer 200 that I could access
07:42:40ArsenI will when I go back there, I finished up my work for this year and I'm with my parents rn
07:43:13Arsenthere's two unis in near proximity to me so I'll try on both, I know EE and CE students on both too
07:47:25speachythere's a bunch of USB 2.0 LeCroy Conquest units on ebay right now, but they're still $500ish.
07:50:36desowinOpenVizsla is probably the cheapest, with fairly good Wireshark support (of course, my opinion is biased as I wrote the dissector and ovextcap)
07:51:47desowinfor students, university equipment would be most affordable
07:53:44gevaertsBack in the very early days of my work on rockbox I happened to have a CATC (now LeCroy) box on my desk at work. It did help a lot...
07:57:06speachyA couple years back I picked up an ITI1480A unit for a specific debug task, and it paid for itself by pointing the finger squarely away from me. :D
07:58:04speachyI was disappointed that their attempt to crowdfund a USB3.0 version of it failed miserably...
07:58:48gevaertsWe (rockbox) do own a https://www.mqp.com/usb480.htm but (a) I don't know who has it currently (maybe pamaury?) and (b) it's not great, but if we find it it could be sent over to whoever needs it
07:59:40speachyhuh, did not know that
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08:06:16speachyI have an openvizla board here; if I can get it to work I'll donate it to the rockbox cause.
08:07:32desowinis the ftdi programmed with OpenVizsla VID/PID or defaults?
08:08:04desowinbecause well, if it's programmed then it is trivial to get it running nowadays
08:08:27desowin(if not, then it's not a big deal unless there are still some soldering issues)
08:09:20speachyI think it's the latter, actually. that's why I got it for so cheap.
08:09:49desowinquick way to tell is to plug it and check how it enumerates (if at all)
08:09:49speachyI didn't have the time to debug it at the time but I still have it (and a second bare PCB)
08:10:32desowinwhen my colleague at work assembled one manually, the FTDI and RAM chips had to be resoldered
08:10:41speachydoesn't appear to enumerate at all.
08:10:59speachy(got it five years ago, so..)
08:11:19desowinsuprisingly the USB transceiver got soldered correctly first try
08:12:38desowinsilly question, but you plug it with the connector on the side where there's just one connector (to capture host)?
08:13:28speachyyes. the second time. :D
08:14:10speachycould also be the cable. one of my cats has this annoying habit of chewing on cables when I don't pay attention to her.
08:15:05speachyI'll take it into the lab at work and try to probe the FTDI chip during any downtime
08:16:29speachyaaand on that note, time to scoot.
08:16:33*speachy waves.
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09:56:05TelehubisI managed to compile the code (what an achievement! ;- ) ). Searched for Shanling Q1 bootloader that Im after but in the bootloader its not there. Do I use a wrong complier? (used ARM)
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10:21:13amachronicTelehubis: you need a MIPS compiler. in configure pick the Q1 and then 'b' for bootloader
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10:26:40Telehubisamachronic: dang, I think MIPS is currently not building under WIndows... (thats the info I found on compile Rockbox page)... Then need to wait untill it will be available :- )
10:31:38amachronicif ARM builds then MIPS should.... Did you try compiling it? (Also you need to use the MIPS native toolchain, not hosted.)
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10:40:12amachronicTelehubis: that statement on the wiki is 2 years old for no reason I can find so idk, maybe it's no longer applicable.
10:42:19amachronicI can give you a bootloader later today −− I'm happy to release it as-is, just let me merge g#3589 first
10:42:21rb-bluebotGerrit review #3589 at https://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/c/rockbox/+/3589 : jztool: add support for Shanling Q1 and Eros Q by Aidan MacDonald
10:42:58Telehubisamachronic: thanks!
10:43:42munkisis there any easy way to tell which build a builder last participated in?
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10:45:34munkisjust noticed that uzziyah isn't building and am trying to figureout why.
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11:11:46sporkspeachy: the old dev builds page without all the voice files is a but more readable
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11:41:42_bilgus g#3593 now has the other issues fixed it compiles but I havent tested it
11:41:45rb-bluebotGerrit review #3593 at https://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/c/rockbox/+/3593 : talk.c check for 0 talk clips file descriptor leaks & announce_status fix typo by William Wilgus
11:42:23_bilgusdesowin, thanks
11:45:32amachronicbilgus, do you remember the reason for this stack business in battery bench? g#2625
11:45:34rb-bluebotGerrit review #2625 at https://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/c/rockbox/+/2625 : Battery_Bench use plugin buffer for thread stack, stop scrolling by William Wilgus
11:46:01amachronici got a stkov battery bench after a while when I tried running it on the q1
11:46:29amachronicgonna try reverting back to the static stack because I found this huge stack created a weird problem on the debug screen
11:46:43amachronicbut i am guessing there is some other bug afoot too
11:48:03_bilguswanna say it was the fuze+ that was creating dumps that were ovfl the stack rather than keep increasing it I just made it take over the plugin buffer
11:51:10_bilgusthat plugin is TSR so its likely some weird context switch or a race
11:52:00_bilguswouldn't rule out others either, next thing would be is it just lasting too long and ovfl the run buffer?
11:52:16amachronicokay I'll have to figure out the cause it because stkov with a 2mb stack definitely can't happen.
11:52:54_bilgusIt probably needs logic to dump when the buffer is full IIRC it doesnt have that
11:53:36amachronicwhen i tried seeing the stack usage it caused audio to massively drop out
11:53:54amachronicit turns out we check stack usage by scanning the entire stack with IRQs disabled
11:54:07_bilgusthat might be because it uses a sentinel
11:54:37_bilgusfigure you are reading the whole buffer for the picket fence
11:54:44amachronicyeah
11:55:01amachronicthe usage is so small it shows up as 0% though so I doubt the stkov is genuine
11:55:20_bilgusso better idea is probably limit that to something reasonable with a max_stack too
11:58:23_bilgusmight also double check my logic here gThread.stack = (long *) buf + buf_size; /* stack grows towards *buf
11:58:37_bilgusL659
11:58:57_bilguswouldn't be the first time I assumed wrong on stack direction
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12:04:02amachronicit's correct, the kernel wants the top of the stack / lowest address
12:04:39amachronicrandom aside: we're not aligning our stacks on MIPS to 8 bytes.
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12:05:41amachronici wonder, does GCC follow the sysv ABI and could this cause any problpems?
12:05:43Telehubisamachronic: to be honest after few tries I think I also need to wait for jztool support for Q1 ;- )
12:07:03amachronicTelehubis: i've commited it but I haven't made builds or tested on windows yet
12:07:30_bilgusamachronic, I've run into a lot of alignment problems but usually its ARM
12:09:22Telehubisamachronic: sure. I just dont have exp. in Linux. Maybe its also bacause I run "Unix subsystem" dont know...
12:14:11amachronicstkov panic happens only if something writes to the very top of the stack
12:14:41amachronicso something must be written out of bounds right beyond the end of the plugin
12:17:59amachronichmm, it seems rockbox already has some gdb stub for ARM. Maybe I should add one for mips.
12:18:45amachronichas anybody used gdb stub in recent times or is it bitrotted / unreliable?
12:23:21_bilgusassume latter lol
12:23:57amachronicit got added 2006 and not touched since :(
12:24:32amachronicmaybe i can do a quick hack to dump pc when something touches that memory
12:24:39amachronic/
12:27:30braewoods_bilgus: question for you. i acquired a rare hd300 and there's no official battery but it does appear to be socketed. any ideas how i can find a compatible replacement, socket wise? i assume i'd need to take measurements of the socket or so
12:31:43_bilgusmight get lucky, ive made my own with various connectors even hand made copper ones used white kneed-able epoxy to encapsulate the connectors it even still plugs / unplug with proper prep/masking
12:32:54_bilgusother than that look through digikey or even EDA libraries thats how I found the pheonix connector spacing
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12:33:59braewoodsi was thinking of using caliper
12:34:01braewoodscalipers
12:34:17braewoodsin any case for now it's a future problem
12:34:32braewoodsthe old battery looks like this, from the wiki
12:34:37braewoodshttps://www.rockbox.org/wiki/pub/Main/InsideMPIOHD300/7.jpg
12:35:07braewoodsit's a little weird in that it connects from the top not the side
12:35:44_bilgusproblem is w/o the original you don't know how the protect circuit works
12:35:49_bilgusassum an ntc
12:36:01braewoodsit has none afaik. it's just 2 pin.
12:36:09_bilgusif it works w/o it thats status quo it seems
12:36:48braewoodsvery slow charging right now
12:36:49_bilgusso you are just constrained by the l/w/h of the pack you can buy all day long
12:37:04braewoodsyea i'll look into it
12:37:18_bilgusI usually look through cell phone boxes
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13:34:11braewoods_bilgus: what's the typical cut off voltage for rockbox targets? i've seen some lithium can go to around 3V but devices are free to cut out sooner
13:34:45braewoodsi assume they want to be > 3.3V so they can use a buck converter or so
13:34:58braewoodssince a lot of electronics use 3.3V internally
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14:12:55amachronici think I found the reason for the stkov panic
14:13:37amachronicvarious bits of the core call plugin_get_buffer(), like the playlist viewer
14:14:27amachronici managed to reproduce reliably by running battery bench & then removing a song from the current playlist
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14:37:22amachronicfixed battery bench: g#3597
14:37:24rb-bluebotGerrit review #3597 at https://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/c/rockbox/+/3597 : Fix battery_bench bug by using a static buffer for stack by Aidan MacDonald
14:38:19amachronicit looks like announce_status is the only other TSR plugin and it has the same problem, but it uses the plugin buffer for more than just stack
14:40:25amachronicthe only other way this could happen is if a function in the plugin API indirectly causes a double-allocation of the plugin buffer, but I haven't checked that yet.
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15:38:16braewoods_bilgus: at least i was able to find the dimensions by looking up the battery part #.
15:38:32braewoodsi'll see what i find later
15:38:44braewoodsfirst i want to confirm it still even powers on with the current battery
15:38:56braewoodsvery slow charging in any case
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16:10:42braewoodswell this is one weird player
16:10:49braewoodsi thought the input was busted
16:11:03braewoodsturns out, half of it pressure activated and the rest is touch
16:20:56_bilgusamachronic, oh that is not great..
16:21:20_bilgusthe plugin buffer is taken over even with that static buffer
16:21:49_bilgusit just so happens you aren't taking enough to hit the bug
16:22:08amachronicreally? how does that happen?
16:22:11braewoods_bilgus: what's the issue? a conflict between who owns the plugin buffer?
16:22:33braewoodsi thought the plugin buffer was off limits to anything other than plugins
16:22:59_bilguswell except in the case of those TSRs you wouldn't normally notice
16:23:36braewoodsand the benchmark is a background program?
16:23:52_bilgusI'll have to look but what can possibly happen is we could make get_plugin_buffer a bit smarter
16:24:06braewoodssounds like we need a way to move them to a dedicated memory region
16:24:15_bilgusyeah battery bench and my announce plugin are TSR
16:24:34braewoodswhy aren't they in rockbox core then? that would probably solve the issue
16:25:09braewoodsi was under the impression the plugins all exitted when they close
16:25:12braewoodsi guess not
16:25:17amachronicif it helps, i've converted announce_status to avoid the plugin buffer too
16:25:34amachronicbut if the plugin buffer is used anyway...
16:25:56_bilgusI'd rather get rid of those core uses of the plugin buffer and either make the users plugins or push them into core_alloc or some hybrid
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16:26:28amachronicit should be safe as long as two threads don't use the plugin buffer at the same time
16:26:35_bilgusyeah plugins get copied into the plugin_buf then remaining is allowed for our use
16:26:46amachronicwhich we can detect by adding a 'free_plugin_buffer' API
16:27:01amachronicso if somebody tries to get_plugin_buffer before freeing it we panic
16:27:04braewoodswe need a real solution, not some hack for the handful of TSRs currently existing. what if we want to add more later?
16:27:13amachronicthis is not a TSR issue.
16:27:18braewoodsoh?
16:27:29amachronictsr just exposes it.
16:27:41_bilgus^
16:27:59braewoodsso what do we need? a way to shrink the plugin buffer area when a TSR is run?
16:28:00amachronicif a plugin API indirectly calls some function which uses the plugin buffer this could affect many more plugins.
16:28:13amachronicmalloc() ;)
16:28:20_bilguswell I think itd be ok just to mark it as in use
16:28:26braewoodsi could emulate malloc on top of core_alloc
16:28:34amachronicmore seriously I do not think we need malloc or change to core_alloc.
16:28:44braewoodsbut yea, more overhead
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16:30:07_bilgusI'll have a look in core see just how much abuse we are talking but likely this has been happening for a long while we just get lucky
16:31:13amachronici'd assume most uses are safe since battery_bench and announce_tsatus bugs are recent changes
16:32:15_bilgusbat bench is old
16:32:25amachronic g#3599
16:32:27rb-bluebotGerrit review #3599 at https://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/c/rockbox/+/3599 : Fix announce_status usage of plugin buffer by Aidan MacDonald
16:33:00amachronicbat bench is old, but prior to your change it used a static stack so it was unaffected
16:33:10_bilguswon't hurt
16:33:33_bilgusno that static stack resides in the plugin buffer
16:33:55_bilgushave a loop at how load plugin works in plugin.c
16:33:58_bilguslook*
16:33:58amachronicyeah but get_plugin_buffer accounts for the size of the binary
16:34:15amachronicso if you use a static buffer it's skipped over and you get the unallocated part
16:34:28_bilgusshould when you call get_plugin_buffer as well I think
16:35:03_bilgusother thing might be someone abusing that alloc too
16:37:07_bilgusno you are indeed right it wouldn't store the state and it just returns the whole remaining
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16:39:03_bilgusso really there is no tracking of in use and it will continually return the remaining buffer
16:39:17_bilgusick
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16:43:46_bilgusbraewoods, usually each target has a table for showing the battery remaining but charging setpoints are usually hardwired except a few targets where you can set them
16:44:27_bilgusthe clip+ and zip have several settings for trigger points and rate of charge IIRC
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17:16:55_amachronicTelehubis: q1 bootloader build is here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1F4OhAVqKPcp879CykFCN5WL9ncYfPrvm
17:19:26_amachronicspeachy: ^^^ i've updated jztool and added the q1 bootloader, the m3k bootloader is unchanged. add those to d.r.o whenever you like, thanks.
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19:24:41braewoods_bilgus: in any case, i'm going to have to replace it now. i broke the old ones terminals. lol
19:25:01braewoodswhile i'm at it i may as well see if i can reliably trigger the failsafe
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19:25:22braewoodsi want to investigate the possibility of releasing an updated bootloader
19:25:56braewoodscoldfire ports all have a failsafe that boots the OF
19:26:04braewoodsbut it can be tricky to trigger it
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22:41:22speachyI'm re-running the analyzer using the X3ii's sim build; it'll pull in the full set of (simmable) plugins and have full color, which ought to flag many more issues.
22:51:19speachyhttps://www.shaftnet.org/~pizza/scan-build-223915
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23:12:52braewoodswow. i'd have never guessed reading bits was this slow.
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