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  1. 1. Bootstrap and kernel initialization Prepared by: Gohar Sultan Blog: http://iamacollegedropout.com Email: contact2gohar@gmail.com
  2. 2. Initialization BIOS POST boot0 stage boot2 stage loader stage kernel initialization 1 2 3 BIOS (Basic Input Output System) POST (Power On Self Test) Bootstrap Boot files resides out of the file system so boot files are invisible to commands like ls When you power ON your FreeBSD machine
  3. 3. BIOS POST BIOS (Basic Input Output System) POST (Power On Self Test) POST is a includes the memory check, system bus check and other low-level stuff so that the CPU can initialize the computer properly Instruction pointer register 32-bitvalue Control register (crl) 32-bit value of 0xfffffff0 INT 0x19 instruction its value just after the reboot is 0 Reads 512 bytes from the first sector of boot device into the memory at address 0x7c00 Hard drive's magnetic plate is divided to a number of cylindrical tracks. Tracks are numbered, and every track is divided by a number (usually 64) sectors. Track number 0 is the outermost on the magnetic plate, and sector 1, the first sector called Master Boot Record, or MBR, remaining sectors on the first track are never used.
  4. 4. MBR MBR (Master Boot Record) /boot/boot0 Size: 512 bytes /boot/mbr keeps the same information in more simpler format Partition Table (partition table) 16 bytes 16 bytes 16 bytes 16 bytes Partition Records Starting offset 0x1be 1-byte filesystem type 1-byte bootable flag 6 byte descriptor in CHS format 8 byte descriptor in LBA format Partition Records Partition Records Partition Records Total 4 Partition Records Partition record descriptor has the information about where exactly the partition resides on the drive LBA (Logical Block Addressing) has the starting sector for the partition and the partition's length CHS (Cylinder Head Sector) has coordinates for the first and last sectors of the partition Boot manager look at the partition table and prints the menu on the screen for user to choose disk slice By pressing an appropriate key, boot0 performs the following actions: Modifies the bootable flag for the selected partition to make it bootable, and clears the previous Saves itself to disk to remember what partition (slice) has been selected so to use it as the default on the next boot Loads the first sector of the selected partition (slice) into memory and jumps there boot0 stage boot0 perform action on hard disk /boot/mbr Size: 512 bytes /boot/boot0 and /boot/boot2 files are NOT used by Bootstrap, but by the utilities like boot0cfg
  5. 5. boot1 stage MBR (Master Boot Record) /boot/boot1 Size: 512 bytes Perform the same routines as boot0 for floppy disk See the boot0 (previous slide) for details
  6. 6. boot2BTX boot2 stage Perform the same routines as boot0 for floppy disk Execution code resides at: sys/boot/i386/boot2/ Load /boot/loader User Input to select disk, unit, slice, partition. Selection boot2 binary creation sys/boot/i386/boot2/Makefile boot2: boot2.ldr boot2.bin ${BTX}/btx/btx btxld -v -E ${ORG2} -f bin -b ${BTX}/btx/btx -l boot2.ldr -o boot2.ld -P 1 boot2.bin BTX (BooT eXtender) - btxld btxld links an object file with the BTX, producing the binary file suitable to be put on the beginning of the partition for the system boot. boot0 BIOS service
  7. 7. boot2 stage BTX (BooT eXtender) Virtual v86 mode Interrupt Descriptor Table (IDT) Defined system calls exec and exit sys/boot/i386/btx/lib/btxsys.s: .set INT_SYS,0x30 # Interrupt number # # System call: exit # __exit: xorl %eax,%eax # BTX system int $INT_SYS # call 0x0 # # System call: exec # __exec: movl $0x1,%eax # BTX system int $INT_SYS # call 0x1 sys/boot/i386/btx/btx/btx.s: gdt: .word 0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0 # Null entry .word 0xffff,0x0,0x9a00,0xcf # SEL_SCODE .word 0xffff,0x0,0x9200,0xcf # SEL_SDATA .word 0xffff,0x0,0x9a00,0x0 # SEL_RCODE .word 0xffff,0x0,0x9200,0x0 # SEL_RDATA .word 0xffff,MEM_USR,0xfa00,0xcf# SEL_UCODE .word 0xffff,MEM_USR,0xf200,0xcf# SEL_UDATA .word _TSSLM,MEM_TSS,0x8900,0x0 # SEL_TSS Descriptor Privilege Level (DPL) Global Descriptor Table (GDT) boot2 enters into an infinite loop waiting for user input, then calls load(). If the user does not press anything, the loop brakes by a timeout, so load() will load the default file (/boot/loader).
  8. 8. loader stage boot2BTX Load /boot/loader boot0 BIOS service sys/conf/Makefile.i386: ld -elf -Bdynamic -T /usr/src/sys/conf/ldscript.i386 -export-dynamic -dynamic-linker /red/herring -o kernel -X locore.o <lots of kernel .o files> (entry point) Kernel init386() mi_startup() Kernel Initialization
  9. 9. (entry point) Kernel init386() mi_startup() Kernel Initialization Initialize kernel tunable parameters Prepare the GDT Prepare the IDT Initialize the system console Initialize the DDB, if it is compiled into kernel Initialize the TSS Prepare the LDT Setup proc0's pcb sys/kern/init_main.c: for (sipp = sysinit; *sipp; sipp++) { /* ... skipped ... */ /* Call function */ (*((*sipp)->func))((*sipp)->udata); /* ... skipped ... */ } This function performs a bubble sort of all the system initialization objects and then calls the entry of each object one by one. SYSINT() /usr/include/sys/kernel.h DATA_SET() MAKE_SET() objdump scheduler() /sbin/init /sbin/oinit /sbin/init.bak /stand/sysinstall
  10. 10. References http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/binary-formats.html http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=elf&sektion=5 http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/802-6319/6ia12qkfn?l=en&a=view Other Public Forums Prepared by: Gohar Sultan Blog: http://iamacollegedropout.com Email: contact2gohar@gmail.com For suggestions and feedback

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