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#if defined(HAVE_CONFIG_H) && !defined(MPICHCONF_INC)
/* This includes the definitions found by configure, and can be found in
   the library directory (lib/$ARCH/$COMM) corresponding to this configuration
 */
#define MPICHCONF_INC
#include "mpichconf.h"
#endif

#include "mpi.h"
#include "mpe.h"
#include "mpeexten.h"

/*
   Handler prints warning messsage and starts the specified debugger.

   This code draws on one of the PETSc error handlers written by 
   Barry Smith
 */
#include <signal.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#if HAVE_STDLIB_H || STDC_HEADERS
#include <stdlib.h>
/* stdlib has free, malloc, and getenv */
#else
extern char *getenv ANSI_ARGS(( const char * ));
#ifdef __STDC__
extern void	free(/*void * */);
extern void	*malloc(/*size_t*/);
#else
extern char *malloc();
extern int free();
#endif
#endif

#if defined(NEEDS_STDLIB_PROTOTYPES)
#include "protofix.h"
#endif

#ifndef DBX_NAME
#ifdef MPI_IRIX
#define DBX_NAME "/bin/dbx"
#else
#define DBX_NAME "/usr/ucb/dbx"
#endif
#endif

#ifndef GDB_NAME
#ifdef MPI_IRIX
#define GDB_NAME "/bin/gdb"
#else
#define GDB_NAME "/usr/local/bin/gdb"
#endif
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_UNISTD_H
/* Unix stuff not part of C stdlib */
/* WARNING: INTEL I860 VERSION OF UNISTD IS UNGUARDED AGAINST
   MULTIPLE INCLUSTION AND CONTAINS ALMOST NOTHING EXCEPT REDEFINITIONS
   OF SEEK_SET,CUR,END.  THIS WILL GENERATE WARNING MESSAGES THAT CAN
   BE IGNORED.
 */
#include <unistd.h>
#endif

/* Prototypes for local routines */
char *MPER_Copy_string ANSI_ARGS(( char * ));

#if (defined(__STDC__) || defined(__cpluscplus))
#define MPIR_USE_STDARG
#include <stdarg.h>

/* Place to put varargs code, which should look something like

   void mpir_errors_are_fatal( MPI_Comm *comm, int *code, ... )
   {
   va_list Argp;

   va_start( Argp, code );
   string = va_arg(Argp,char *);
   file   = va_arg(Argp,char *);
   line   = va_arg(Argp,int *);
   va_end( Argp );
   ... 
   }
 */
#endif


#if defined(SIGSTOP)
/* 
   In order to allow more elaborate debuggers, such as starting the
   debugger in an xterm or with a -display option, we provide a
   default argument stream in baseargs.  In this case, the arguments are
   baseargs, followed by the process id of the job to stop.
   If baseargs not set, then the given debugger is used.
 */
static char *program=0;
static char *debugger=0;
static char **baseargs=0;
static int  nbaseargs=0;

void MPE_Start_debugger( )
{
int child, i;

  child = fork(); 
  if (child) { /* I am the parent will run the debugger */
    char  **args, pid[10];
    args = (char **)malloc( (5 + nbaseargs) * sizeof(char *) );
    /* PETSc has discovered that many systems DON'T want a sigstop. They
     are described here */
#if !defined(MPI_rs6000) && !defined(MPI_solaris) && \
    !defined(MPI_IRIX) && !defined(MPI_IRIX64) && !defined(MPI_freebsd) && \
    !defined(MPI_LINUX)
    kill(child,SIGSTOP);
#endif
    sprintf(pid,"%d",child); 
    if (nbaseargs > 0) {
	for (i=0; i<nbaseargs; i++) {
	    args[i] = baseargs[i];
	    }
#ifdef DBX_IS_OSF
	args[i++] = "-pid";
#elif defined(MPI_hpux)
	args[i++] = "-P";
#elif defined(MPI_IRIX)
	args[i++] = "-p";
#elif defined(MPI_rs6000)
	/* Note that rs6000 dbx PROHIBITS passing the name of the program(!),
	   at least in some versions! If one of the "baseargs" is
           the program name, we're dead.  Sigh. */
	args[i++] = "-a";
#endif
	args[i++] = pid;
	args[i++] = 0;
        debugger  = args[0];
	}
    else {
	i = 0;
	args[i++] = debugger; args[i++] = program; 
#ifdef DBX_IS_OSF
	args[i++] = "-pid";
#elif defined(MPI_hpux)
	args[i++] = "-P";
#elif defined(MPI_IRIX)
	args[i++] = "-p";
#elif defined(MPI_rs6000)
	/* Note that rs6000 dbx PROHIBITS passing the name of the program(!),
	   at least in some versions! */
	i--;      /* Back up over the program name */
	args[i++] = "-a";
#endif
	args[i++] = pid; args[i++] = 0;
    }
    fprintf(stderr,"Attaching %s to %s %s\n", debugger, program, pid);
    if (execvp(debugger, args)  < 0) {
      perror("Unable to start debugger");
      exit(0);
    }
  }
  else { /* I am the child, continue with user code */
#if defined(MPI_hpux)
      while(1); /* HP cannot attach to sleeper */
#else
    sleep(10);
#endif
#ifdef DBX_IS_OSF
    /* Need to stop the child so that the debugger will respond.  Wierd that
       you need this */
    /* kill(child,SIGTSTP); */
    /* It didn't work.   What to do now? */
#endif
  }
}

/* This is the actual error handler */
#ifdef MPIR_USE_STDARG
void MPE_Errors_to_dbx( MPI_Comm *comm, int * code, ... )
{
  char buf[MPI_MAX_ERROR_STRING];
  int  myid, result_len; 
  char *string, *file;
  int  *line;
  va_list Argp;

  va_start( Argp, code );
  string = va_arg(Argp,char *);
  file   = va_arg(Argp,char *);
  line   = va_arg(Argp,int *);
  va_end( Argp );
#else
void MPE_Errors_to_dbx( comm, code, string, file, line )
MPI_Comm *comm;
int      *code, *line;
char     *string, *file;
{
  char buf[MPI_MAX_ERROR_STRING];
  int  myid, result_len; 
#endif

  if (MPI_COMM_WORLD) MPI_Comm_rank( MPI_COMM_WORLD, &myid );
  else myid = -1;
  MPI_Error_string( *code, buf, &result_len );
  fprintf( stderr, "%d -  File: %s   Line: %d\n", myid, 
		   file, *line );
  fprintf( stderr, "%d - %s : %s\n", myid, 
          string ? string : "<NO ERROR MESSAGE>", buf );

  MPE_Start_debugger();
}

/*@
   MPE_Errors_call_debugger - On an error, print a message and (attempt) to
   start the specified debugger on the program

   Input Parameters:
.  pgm - Name of the program.
.  dbg - Name of the debugger.  If null, use a default (usually dbx)
.  args - arguments to use in generating the debugger.
   This allows things like "'xterm -e dbx pgm pid'", or 
   "'xdbx -geometry +%d+%d pgm pid'".  The list should be null terminated.
   (The '%d %d' format is not yet supported).

    Notes:
    You may need to ignore some signals, depending on the signals that
    the MPICH and underlying communications code is using.  You can
    do this in dbx by adding "ignore signal-name" to your .dbxinit file.
    For example, to ignore 'SIGUSR1', use "'ignore USR1'".

    Currently, there is no Fortran interface for this routine.
@*/
void MPE_Errors_call_debugger( pgm, dbg, args )
char *pgm, *dbg, **args;
{
MPI_Errhandler err;
int            i;

if (args) {
    while (args[nbaseargs]) nbaseargs++;
    baseargs = (char **)malloc( (nbaseargs+1) * sizeof(char *) );
    for (i=0; i<=nbaseargs; i++) 
	baseargs[i] = args[i];
    }
else if (!dbg) {
    dbg = DBX_NAME;
    }

if (!pgm) {
    fprintf( stderr, 
    "Must specify the program name when setting errors-call-debugger\n" );
    return;
    }
program = (char *)malloc( strlen(pgm) + 1 );
strcpy( program, pgm );
if (dbg) {
    debugger = (char *)malloc( strlen(dbg) + 1 );
    strcpy( debugger, dbg );
    }

MPI_Errhandler_create( (MPI_Handler_function *)MPE_Errors_to_dbx, &err );
MPI_Errhandler_set( MPI_COMM_WORLD, err );
}

char *MPER_Copy_string( str )
char *str;
{
    char *new;
    new = (char *)malloc( strlen(str) + 1 );
    strcpy( new, str );
    return new;
}

void MPE_Errors_call_xdbx( pgm, display )
char *pgm, *display;
{
    char **args;

/* By default, we use the name of the root node */
    if (!display) {
	display = getenv( "DISPLAY" );
	if (!display || display[0] == ':') {
	    display = (char *)malloc( 100 );
	    MPE_GetHostName( display, 100 );
	    strcat( display, ":0" );
	}
    }

    args    = (char **)malloc( 5 * sizeof(char *) );
    args[0] = MPER_Copy_string( "/usr/X11/bin/xdbx" );
    args[1] = MPER_Copy_string( "-display" );
    args[2] = MPER_Copy_string( display );
    args[3] = MPER_Copy_string( pgm );
    args[4] = 0;

    MPE_Errors_call_debugger( pgm, (char *)0, args );
}

/* This routine is collective; all processes in MPI_COMM_WORLD must call */
void MPE_Errors_call_dbx_in_xterm( pgm, display )
char *pgm, *display;
{
    char **args;
    int  myid, str_len;

/* By default, we use the name of the root node */
    if (!display) {
	MPI_Comm_rank( MPI_COMM_WORLD, &myid );
	if (myid == 0) {
	    display = getenv( "DISPLAY" );
	    if (!display || display[0] == ':') {
		display = (char *)malloc( 100);
		MPE_GetHostName( display, 100 );
		strcat( display, ":0" );
	    }
	    str_len = strlen( display ) + 1;
	}
	MPI_Bcast( &str_len, 1, MPI_INT, 0, MPI_COMM_WORLD );
	if (myid != 0)
	    display = (char *) malloc( str_len );
	MPI_Bcast( display, str_len, MPI_CHAR, 0, MPI_COMM_WORLD );
    }

    args    = (char **)malloc( 7 * sizeof(char *) );
    args[0] = MPER_Copy_string( "xterm" );
    args[1] = MPER_Copy_string( "-display" );
    args[2] = MPER_Copy_string( display );
    args[3] = MPER_Copy_string( "-e" );
#if defined(MPI_hpux)
    args[4] = MPER_Copy_string( "xdb" );
#else
    args[4] = MPER_Copy_string( DBX_NAME );
#endif
#ifndef MPI_IRIX
/* No program name in IRIX */
    args[5] = MPER_Copy_string( pgm );
#endif
    args[6] = 0;

    MPE_Errors_call_debugger( pgm, (char *)0, args );
}

/* This routine is collective; all processes in MPI_COMM_WORLD must call */
void MPE_Errors_call_gdb_in_xterm( pgm, display )
char *pgm, *display;
{
    char **args;
    int  myid, str_len;

/* By default, we use the name of the root node */
    if (!display) {
	MPI_Comm_rank( MPI_COMM_WORLD, &myid );
	if (myid == 0) {
	    display = getenv( "DISPLAY" );
	    if (!display || display[0] == ':') {
		display = (char *)malloc( 100);
		MPE_GetHostName( display, 100 );
		strcat( display, ":0" );
	    }
	    str_len = strlen( display ) + 1;
	}
	MPI_Bcast( &str_len, 1, MPI_INT, 0, MPI_COMM_WORLD );
	if (myid != 0)
	    display = (char *) malloc( str_len );
	MPI_Bcast( display, str_len, MPI_CHAR, 0, MPI_COMM_WORLD );
    }

    args    = (char **)malloc( 7 * sizeof(char *) );
    args[0] = MPER_Copy_string( "xterm" );
    args[1] = MPER_Copy_string( "-display" );
    args[2] = MPER_Copy_string( display );
    args[3] = MPER_Copy_string( "-e" );
#if defined(MPI_hpux)
    args[4] = MPER_Copy_string( "xdb" );
#else
    args[4] = MPER_Copy_string( GDB_NAME );
#endif
#ifndef MPI_IRIX
/* No program name in IRIX */
    args[5] = MPER_Copy_string( pgm );
#endif
    args[6] = 0;

    MPE_Errors_call_debugger( pgm, (char *)0, args );
}

/* This routine handles signals that usually abort a user's code */
static char *SIGNAME[] = { "Unknown", "HUP", "INT", "QUIT", "ILL",
                           "TRAP",    "ABRT", "EMT", "FPE", "KILL", 
                           "BUS", "SEGV", "SYS", "PIPE", "ALRM",
                           "TERM", "URG", "STOP", "TSTP", "CONT", 
                           "CHLD" }; /* There are others, put we won't 
					report them */
/*
  MPE_DefaultHandler - Default signal handler.

  Input Parameters:
. sig   - signal value
. code,scp,addr - see the signal man page
*/
#ifdef MPI_sun4
#define SIG_HANDLER_PROTOTYPE int, int, struct sigcontext *, char *
void MPE_DefaultHandler ANSI_ARGS(( SIG_HANDLER_PROTOTYPE ));
void MPE_DefaultHandler( sig, code, scp, addr )
int               sig, code;
struct sigcontext *scp;
char              *addr;
#elif defined(MPI_IRIX)
#define SIG_HANDLER_PROTOTYPE int, int, struct sigcontext *
void MPE_DefaultHandler ANSI_ARGS(( SIG_HANDLER_PROTOTYPE ));
void MPE_DefaultHandler( sig, code, scp )
int               sig, code;
struct sigcontext *scp;
#else
#define SIG_HANDLER_PROTOTYPE
void MPE_DefaultHandler ANSI_ARGS(( SIG_HANDLER_PROTOTYPE ));
void MPE_DefaultHandler( sig, code )
int               sig, code;
#endif
{
static char buf[128];

signal( sig, SIG_DFL );
if (sig >= 0 && sig <= 20) 
    sprintf( buf, "Caught signal %s", SIGNAME[sig] );
else
    strcpy( buf, "Caught signal " );
fprintf( stderr, "%s\n", buf );

MPE_Start_debugger( );
}

/*@
    MPE_Signals_call_debugger - Process-killing signals invoke the MPE
    error handler

    Notes:
    This invokes the MPE error handler which prints some information
    about the signal and then attempts to start the debugger.  Some
    systems will not support calling the debugger.

    You may need to ignore some signals, depending on the signals that
    the MPICH and underlying communications code is using.  You can
    do this in dbx by adding "'ignore signal-name'" to your .dbxinit file.
    For example, to ignore 'SIGUSR1', use "'ignore USR1'".

    Currently, there is no Fortran interface for this routine.
@*/
void MPE_Signals_call_debugger()
{
signal( SIGQUIT, (void (*)ANSI_ARGS((SIG_HANDLER_PROTOTYPE)))
	MPE_DefaultHandler );
signal( SIGILL,  (void (*)ANSI_ARGS((SIG_HANDLER_PROTOTYPE)))
	MPE_DefaultHandler );
signal( SIGFPE,  (void (*)ANSI_ARGS((SIG_HANDLER_PROTOTYPE)))
	MPE_DefaultHandler );
signal( SIGBUS,  (void (*)ANSI_ARGS((SIG_HANDLER_PROTOTYPE)))
	MPE_DefaultHandler );
signal( SIGSEGV, (void (*)ANSI_ARGS((SIG_HANDLER_PROTOTYPE)))
	MPE_DefaultHandler );
#ifdef SIGSYS
/* LINUX doesn't have SIGSYS! */
signal( SIGSYS,  (void (*)ANSI_ARGS((SIG_HANDLER_PROTOTYPE)))
	MPE_DefaultHandler );
#endif
}

#else
/* Some systems don't support SIGSTOP; for them, we just issue a warning 
   message ... */
void MPE_Errors_call_dbx_in_xterm( pgm, display )
char *pgm, *display;
{
    fprintf( stderr, 
	     "This system does not support SIGSTOP, needed to implement\n\
calling of the debugger from a this program.\n" );
}
void MPE_Errors_call_gdb_in_xterm( pgm, display )
char *pgm, *display;
{
    fprintf( stderr, 
	     "This system does not support SIGSTOP, needed to implement\n\
calling of the debugger from a this program.\n" );
}
void MPE_Signals_call_debugger()
{
}

#endif