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Revision as of 03:16, 2 August 2008

Internally, IOS uses a syscall table that is stored toward the end of the binary. The exact address varies with version of IOS; as a concrete example, boot2's syscall_base is at 0xFFFF7F60.

Syscalls are invoked by way of the invalid instruction handler; syscalls take the form 0xE6000010 | (syscall_num << 5). (E.g. E6000010 is syscall 0, E60006D0 is syscall 0x36, etc.)

tmbinc has written an IDAPython script which can take a database that has "syscall_base" defined, and transform the references to it into more meaningful things -- it is available here: IOS/Syscall_IDAPython

(please feel free to contribute your own findings!)

ID # Internal name Description Return value
0 u32 thread_create( u32 (*proc)(void* arg), u8 priority, u32* stack, u32 stacksize, void* arg, BOOL autostart) Creates a thread Returns threadid
1 thread_join
2 thread_cancel
3 get_tid
4 get_pid
5 thread_continue
6 thread_stop
7 thread_yield
8 thread_get_priority
9 thread_set_priority
a message_queue_create
b message_queue_destroy
c message_queue_send
d message_queue_send_now
e message_queue_receive
f RegisterEventHandler
10 UnregisterEventHandler
11 timer_create
12 timer_restart
13 timer_stop
14 timer_destroy
15 timer_now
16 heap_create
17 heap_destroy
18 heap_alloc
19 heap_alloc_aligned
1a heap_free
1b BOOL device_register(char* device, u32 messagequeue) Registers device to the device tree, so it can be opened (from Starlet and PPC) Returns 0 on success, else error
1c u32 device_open(char* device, int mode) Similar to IOS_Open on PPC, except now internal to the IOS system Returns an fd
1d device_close
1e device_read
1f device_write
20 device_seek
21 device_ioctl
22 device_ioctlv
23 device_open_async
24 device_close_async
25 device_read_async
26 device_write_async
27 device_seek_async
28 device_ioctl_async
29 device_ioctlv_async
2a syscall_2a seems to set the return value of a received message
2b SetUID
2c get_hmac_queue_for_pid
2d SetGID
2e lookup_GID_maybe
2f cc_ahbMemFlush
30 syscall_ahbMemFlush_wrapper
31 software_IRQ_31 seems to enable hardware interrupts for device nr 31
32 software_irq_18 seems to enable hardware interrupts for device nr 18
33 software_IRQ_7_or_8(id) seems to enable hardware interrupts for device nr 7 if id==0, else device nr 8
34 software_IRQ(id) seems to enable hardware interrupts for device nr. id
35 _return_0
36 syscall_36
37 syscall_37
38 iobuf_log_header_info
39 iobuf_log_buffer_info
3a syscall_3a
3b syscall_3b
3c syscall_3c
3d syscall_3d
3e syscall_3e
3f void sync_before_read(u32 address, u32 size) Invalidates dcache, and something (probably related to flushing memory)
40 sync_after_write
41 ppc_boot
42 ios_boot
43 syscall_43
44 int syscall_assert_di_reset Clears bit 10 of 0xD800194 Returns 0 on success, -1 on error
45 int syscall_deassert_di_reset Enables bit 10 of 0xD800194 Returns 0 on success, -1 on error
46 BOOL syscall_check_di_reset Checks bit 10 of 0xD800194 Returns 1 on reset asserted, 0 on (deasserted or error)
47 zero_r0_r1
48 set_r0_1_r1_0
49 get_boot_vector
4a syscall_4a
4b kernel_debug_print
4c kernel_set_version
4d kernel_get_version
4e poke_E0_1
4f virt_to_phys
50 syscall_50
51 syscall_51
52 syscall_52
53 syscall_53
54 syscall_54
55 get_bc_flag
56 poke_gpios
57 syscall_57
58 call_poke_debug_port
59 create_key
5a destroy_key
5b es_syscall_5b
5c es_syscall_5c
5d set_public_key
5e es_syscall_5e
5f es_syscall_5f
60 es_syscall_60
61 get_keyid
62 es_syscall_62
63 es_syscall_63
64 sha_async
65 sha
66 aes_async
67 aes
68 es_syscall_68
69 es_syscall_69
6a es_syscall_6a
6b hmac
6c hmac_async
6d es_syscall_6d
6e get_ng_cert
6f key_set_permission_mask
70 es_syscall_70
71 es_syscall_71
72 es_syscall_72
73 es_syscall_73
74 es_syscall_74