cirrus: fix off-by-one in cirrus_bitblt_rop_bkwd_transp_*_16
[qemu.git] / tests / test-x86-cpuid-compat.c
1 #include "qemu/osdep.h"
2 #include "qemu-common.h"
3 #include "qapi/qmp/qlist.h"
4 #include "qapi/qmp/qdict.h"
5 #include "qapi/qmp/qint.h"
6 #include "qapi/qmp/qbool.h"
7 #include "libqtest.h"
8
9 static char *get_cpu0_qom_path(void)
10 {
11 QDict *resp;
12 QList *ret;
13 QDict *cpu0;
14 char *path;
15
16 resp = qmp("{'execute': 'query-cpus', 'arguments': {}}");
17 g_assert(qdict_haskey(resp, "return"));
18 ret = qdict_get_qlist(resp, "return");
19
20 cpu0 = qobject_to_qdict(qlist_peek(ret));
21 path = g_strdup(qdict_get_str(cpu0, "qom_path"));
22 QDECREF(resp);
23 return path;
24 }
25
26 static QObject *qom_get(const char *path, const char *prop)
27 {
28 QDict *resp = qmp("{ 'execute': 'qom-get',"
29 " 'arguments': { 'path': %s,"
30 " 'property': %s } }",
31 path, prop);
32 QObject *ret = qdict_get(resp, "return");
33 qobject_incref(ret);
34 QDECREF(resp);
35 return ret;
36 }
37
38 #ifdef CONFIG_HAS_GLIB_SUBPROCESS_TESTS
39 static bool qom_get_bool(const char *path, const char *prop)
40 {
41 QBool *value = qobject_to_qbool(qom_get(path, prop));
42 bool b = qbool_get_bool(value);
43
44 QDECREF(value);
45 return b;
46 }
47 #endif
48
49 typedef struct CpuidTestArgs {
50 const char *cmdline;
51 const char *property;
52 int64_t expected_value;
53 } CpuidTestArgs;
54
55 static void test_cpuid_prop(const void *data)
56 {
57 const CpuidTestArgs *args = data;
58 char *path;
59 QInt *value;
60
61 qtest_start(args->cmdline);
62 path = get_cpu0_qom_path();
63 value = qobject_to_qint(qom_get(path, args->property));
64 g_assert_cmpint(qint_get_int(value), ==, args->expected_value);
65 qtest_end();
66
67 QDECREF(value);
68 g_free(path);
69 }
70
71 static void add_cpuid_test(const char *name, const char *cmdline,
72 const char *property, int64_t expected_value)
73 {
74 CpuidTestArgs *args = g_new0(CpuidTestArgs, 1);
75 args->cmdline = cmdline;
76 args->property = property;
77 args->expected_value = expected_value;
78 qtest_add_data_func(name, args, test_cpuid_prop);
79 }
80
81 #ifdef CONFIG_HAS_GLIB_SUBPROCESS_TESTS
82 static void test_plus_minus_subprocess(void)
83 {
84 char *path;
85
86 /* Rules:
87 * 1)"-foo" overrides "+foo"
88 * 2) "[+-]foo" overrides "foo=..."
89 * 3) Old feature names with underscores (e.g. "sse4_2")
90 * should keep working
91 *
92 * Note: rules 1 and 2 are planned to be removed soon, and
93 * should generate a warning.
94 */
95 qtest_start("-cpu pentium,-fpu,+fpu,-mce,mce=on,+cx8,cx8=off,+sse4_1,sse4_2=on");
96 path = get_cpu0_qom_path();
97
98 g_assert_false(qom_get_bool(path, "fpu"));
99 g_assert_false(qom_get_bool(path, "mce"));
100 g_assert_true(qom_get_bool(path, "cx8"));
101
102 /* Test both the original and the alias feature names: */
103 g_assert_true(qom_get_bool(path, "sse4-1"));
104 g_assert_true(qom_get_bool(path, "sse4.1"));
105
106 g_assert_true(qom_get_bool(path, "sse4-2"));
107 g_assert_true(qom_get_bool(path, "sse4.2"));
108
109 qtest_end();
110 g_free(path);
111 }
112
113 static void test_plus_minus(void)
114 {
115 g_test_trap_subprocess("/x86/cpuid/parsing-plus-minus/subprocess", 0, 0);
116 g_test_trap_assert_passed();
117 g_test_trap_assert_stderr("*Ambiguous CPU model string. "
118 "Don't mix both \"-mce\" and \"mce=on\"*");
119 g_test_trap_assert_stderr("*Ambiguous CPU model string. "
120 "Don't mix both \"+cx8\" and \"cx8=off\"*");
121 g_test_trap_assert_stdout("");
122 }
123 #endif
124
125 int main(int argc, char **argv)
126 {
127 g_test_init(&argc, &argv, NULL);
128
129 #ifdef CONFIG_HAS_GLIB_SUBPROCESS_TESTS
130 g_test_add_func("/x86/cpuid/parsing-plus-minus/subprocess",
131 test_plus_minus_subprocess);
132 g_test_add_func("/x86/cpuid/parsing-plus-minus", test_plus_minus);
133 #endif
134
135 /* Original level values for CPU models: */
136 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/phenom/level",
137 "-cpu phenom", "level", 5);
138 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/Conroe/level",
139 "-cpu Conroe", "level", 10);
140 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/SandyBridge/level",
141 "-cpu SandyBridge", "level", 0xd);
142 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/486/xlevel",
143 "-cpu 486", "xlevel", 0);
144 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/core2duo/xlevel",
145 "-cpu core2duo", "xlevel", 0x80000008);
146 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/phenom/xlevel",
147 "-cpu phenom", "xlevel", 0x8000001A);
148 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/athlon/xlevel",
149 "-cpu athlon", "xlevel", 0x80000008);
150
151 /* If level is not large enough, it should increase automatically: */
152 /* CPUID[6].EAX: */
153 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-level/phenom/arat",
154 "-cpu 486,+arat", "level", 6);
155 /* CPUID[EAX=7,ECX=0].EBX: */
156 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-level/phenom/fsgsbase",
157 "-cpu phenom,+fsgsbase", "level", 7);
158 /* CPUID[EAX=7,ECX=0].ECX: */
159 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-level/phenom/avx512vbmi",
160 "-cpu phenom,+avx512vbmi", "level", 7);
161 /* CPUID[EAX=0xd,ECX=1].EAX: */
162 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-level/phenom/xsaveopt",
163 "-cpu phenom,+xsaveopt", "level", 0xd);
164 /* CPUID[8000_0001].EDX: */
165 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-xlevel/486/3dnow",
166 "-cpu 486,+3dnow", "xlevel", 0x80000001);
167 /* CPUID[8000_0001].ECX: */
168 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-xlevel/486/sse4a",
169 "-cpu 486,+sse4a", "xlevel", 0x80000001);
170 /* CPUID[8000_0007].EDX: */
171 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-xlevel/486/invtsc",
172 "-cpu 486,+invtsc", "xlevel", 0x80000007);
173 /* CPUID[8000_000A].EDX: */
174 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-xlevel/486/npt",
175 "-cpu 486,+npt", "xlevel", 0x8000000A);
176 /* CPUID[C000_0001].EDX: */
177 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-xlevel2/phenom/xstore",
178 "-cpu phenom,+xstore", "xlevel2", 0xC0000001);
179 /* SVM needs CPUID[0x8000000A] */
180 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-xlevel/athlon/svm",
181 "-cpu athlon,+svm", "xlevel", 0x8000000A);
182
183
184 /* If level is already large enough, it shouldn't change: */
185 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-level/SandyBridge/multiple",
186 "-cpu SandyBridge,+arat,+fsgsbase,+avx512vbmi",
187 "level", 0xd);
188 /* If level is explicitly set, it shouldn't change: */
189 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-level/486/fixed/0xF",
190 "-cpu 486,level=0xF,+arat,+fsgsbase,+avx512vbmi,+xsaveopt",
191 "level", 0xF);
192 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-level/486/fixed/2",
193 "-cpu 486,level=2,+arat,+fsgsbase,+avx512vbmi,+xsaveopt",
194 "level", 2);
195 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-level/486/fixed/0",
196 "-cpu 486,level=0,+arat,+fsgsbase,+avx512vbmi,+xsaveopt",
197 "level", 0);
198
199 /* if xlevel is already large enough, it shouldn't change: */
200 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-xlevel/phenom/3dnow",
201 "-cpu phenom,+3dnow,+sse4a,+invtsc,+npt,+svm",
202 "xlevel", 0x8000001A);
203 /* If xlevel is explicitly set, it shouldn't change: */
204 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-xlevel/486/fixed/80000002",
205 "-cpu 486,xlevel=0x80000002,+3dnow,+sse4a,+invtsc,+npt,+svm",
206 "xlevel", 0x80000002);
207 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-xlevel/486/fixed/8000001A",
208 "-cpu 486,xlevel=0x8000001A,+3dnow,+sse4a,+invtsc,+npt,+svm",
209 "xlevel", 0x8000001A);
210 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-xlevel/phenom/fixed/0",
211 "-cpu 486,xlevel=0,+3dnow,+sse4a,+invtsc,+npt,+svm",
212 "xlevel", 0);
213
214 /* if xlevel2 is already large enough, it shouldn't change: */
215 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-xlevel2/486/fixed",
216 "-cpu 486,xlevel2=0xC0000002,+xstore",
217 "xlevel2", 0xC0000002);
218
219 /* Check compatibility of old machine-types that didn't
220 * auto-increase level/xlevel/xlevel2: */
221
222 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-level/pc-2.7",
223 "-machine pc-i440fx-2.7 -cpu 486,+arat,+avx512vbmi,+xsaveopt",
224 "level", 1);
225 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-xlevel/pc-2.7",
226 "-machine pc-i440fx-2.7 -cpu 486,+3dnow,+sse4a,+invtsc,+npt,+svm",
227 "xlevel", 0);
228 add_cpuid_test("x86/cpuid/auto-xlevel2/pc-2.7",
229 "-machine pc-i440fx-2.7 -cpu 486,+xstore",
230 "xlevel2", 0);
231
232 return g_test_run();
233 }