The TLS relocations that are listed in the following table are defined for x86. Descriptions in the table use the following notation.
Allocates two contiguous entries in the GOT to hold a TLS_index structure. This structure is passed to ___tls_get_addr(). The instruction referencing this entry will be bound to the first of the two GOT entries.
This relocation is handled as if it were a R_386_PLT32 relocation referencing the ___tls_get_addr() function.
Allocates two contiguous entries in the GOT to hold a TLS_index structure. This structure is passed to the ___tls_get_addr(). The ti_tlsoffset field of the TLS_index is set to 0, and the ti_moduleid is filled in at runtime. The call to ___tls_get_addr() returns the starting offset of the dynamic TLS block.
Allocates a entry in the GOT, and initializes the entry with the negative tlsoffset relative to the static TLS block. This sequence is performed at runtime using the R_386_TLS_TPOFF relocation.
This expression is similar to @gotntpoff, but is used in position dependent code. @gotntpoff resolves to a GOT slot address relative to the start of the GOT in the movl or addl instructions. @indntpoff resolves to the absolute GOT slot address.
Calculates the negative tlsoffset relative to the static TLS block.
Calculates the tlsoffset relative to the TLS block. The value is used as an immediate value of an addend and is not associated with a specific register.
Calculates the object identifier of the object containing a TLS symbol.