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In the instruction descriptions below the following field descriptors are used:
%d
Destination general-purpose register whose role is to be destination of an operation.
%s
Source general-purpose register whose role is to be the source of an operation.
disp16
16-bit signed PC-relative offset, measured in number of 64-bit words, minus one.
disp32
32-bit signed PC-relative offset, measured in number of 64-bit words, minus one.
offset16
Signed 16-bit immediate.
imm32
Signed 32-bit immediate.
imm64
Signed 64-bit immediate.
The destination register in these instructions act like an accumulator.
add %d, (%s|imm32)
64-bit arithmetic addition.
sub %d, (%s|imm32)
64-bit arithmetic subtraction.
mul %d, (%s|imm32)
64-bit arithmetic multiplication.
div %d, (%s|imm32)
64-bit arithmetic integer division.
mod %d, (%s|imm32)
64-bit integer remainder.
and %d, (%s|imm32)
64-bit bit-wise and operation.
or %d, (%s|imm32)
64-bit bit-wise or operation.
xor %d, (%s|imm32)
64-bit bit-wise exclusive-or operation.
lsh %d, (%s|imm32)
64-bit left shift, by %s
or imm32
bits.
rsh %d, (%s|imm32)
64-bit right logical shift, by %s
or imm32
bits.
arsh %d, (%s|imm32)
64-bit right arithmetic shift, by %s
or imm32
bits.
neg %d
64-bit arithmetic negation.
mov %d, (%s|imm32)
Move the 64-bit value of %s
in %d
, or load imm32
in %d
.
The destination register in these instructions act as an accumulator.
add32 %d, (%s|imm32)
32-bit arithmetic addition.
sub32 %d, (%s|imm32)
32-bit arithmetic subtraction.
mul32 %d, (%s|imm32)
32-bit arithmetic multiplication.
div32 %d, (%s|imm32)
32-bit arithmetic integer division.
mod32 %d, (%s|imm32)
32-bit integer remainder.
and32 %d, (%s|imm32)
32-bit bit-wise and operation.
or32 %d, (%s|imm32)
32-bit bit-wise or operation.
xor32 %d, (%s|imm32)
32-bit bit-wise exclusive-or operation.
lsh32 %d, (%s|imm32)
32-bit left shift, by %s
or imm32
bits.
rsh32 %d, (%s|imm32)
32-bit right logical shift, by %s
or imm32
bits.
arsh32 %d, (%s|imm32)
32-bit right arithmetic shift, by %s
or imm32
bits.
neg32 %d
32-bit arithmetic negation.
mov32 %d, (%s|imm32)
Move the 32-bit value of %s
in %d
, or load imm32
in %d
.
endle %d, (16|32|64)
Convert the 16-bit, 32-bit or 64-bit value in %d
to little-endian.
endbe %d, (16|32|64)
Convert the 16-bit, 32-bit or 64-bit value in %d
to big-endian.
lddw %d, imm64
Load the given signed 64-bit immediate, or pseudo map descriptor, to the destination register %d
.
lddw %d, %map_fd(N)
Load the address of the given pseudo map fd N to the destination register %d
.
The following instructions are intended to be used in socket filters, and are therefore not general-purpose: they make assumptions on the contents of several registers. See the file Documentation/networking/filter.txt in the Linux kernel source tree for more information.
Absolute loads:
ldabsdw imm32
Absolute 64-bit load.
ldabsw imm32
Absolute 32-bit load.
ldabsh imm32
Absolute 16-bit load.
ldabsb imm32
Absolute 8-bit load.
Indirect loads:
ldinddw %s, imm32
Indirect 64-bit load.
ldindw %s, imm32
Indirect 32-bit load.
ldindh %s, imm32
Indirect 16-bit load.
ldindb %s, imm32
Indirect 8-bit load.
General-purpose load and store instructions are provided for several word sizes.
Load to register instructions:
ldxdw %d, [%s+offset16]
Generic 64-bit load.
ldxw %d, [%s+offset16]
Generic 32-bit load.
ldxh %d, [%s+offset16]
Generic 16-bit load.
ldxb %d, [%s+offset16]
Generic 8-bit load.
Store from register instructions:
stxdw [%d+offset16], %s
Generic 64-bit store.
stxw [%d+offset16], %s
Generic 32-bit store.
stxh [%d+offset16], %s
Generic 16-bit store.
stxb [%d+offset16], %s
Generic 8-bit store.
Store from immediates instructions:
stddw [%d+offset16], imm32
Store immediate as 64-bit.
stdw [%d+offset16], imm32
Store immediate as 32-bit.
stdh [%d+offset16], imm32
Store immediate as 16-bit.
stdb [%d+offset16], imm32
Store immediate as 8-bit.
eBPF provides the following compare-and-jump instructions, which compare the values of the two given registers, or the values of a register and an immediate, and perform a branch in case the comparison holds true.
ja %d,(%s|imm32),disp16
Jump-always.
jeq %d,(%s|imm32),disp16
Jump if equal, unsigned.
jgt %d,(%s|imm32),disp16
Jump if greater, unsigned.
jge %d,(%s|imm32),disp16
Jump if greater or equal.
jlt %d,(%s|imm32),disp16
Jump if lesser.
jle %d,(%s|imm32),disp16
Jump if lesser or equal.
jset %d,(%s|imm32),disp16
Jump if signed equal.
jne %d,(%s|imm32),disp16
Jump if not equal.
jsgt %d,(%s|imm32),disp16
Jump if signed greater.
jsge %d,(%s|imm32),disp16
Jump if signed greater or equal.
jslt %d,(%s|imm32),disp16
Jump if signed lesser.
jsle %d,(%s|imm32),disp16
Jump if signed lesser or equal.
A call instruction is provided in order to perform calls to other eBPF functions, or to external kernel helpers:
call (disp32|imm32)
Jump and link to the offset disp32, or to the kernel helper function identified by imm32.
Finally:
exit
Terminate the eBPF program.
Atomic exchange-and-add instructions are provided in two flavors: one for swapping 64-bit quantities and another for 32-bit quantities.
xadddw [%d+offset16],%s
Exchange-and-add a 64-bit value at the specified location.
xaddw [%d+offset16],%s
Exchange-and-add a 32-bit value at the specified location.
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