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authorIngo Molnar <mingo@kernel.org>2019-10-15 07:19:55 +0200
committerIngo Molnar <mingo@kernel.org>2019-10-15 07:19:55 +0200
commit39b656ee9f2ce41eb969c86525f9a2a63fefac5b (patch)
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parentLinux 5.4-rc3 (diff)
parentperf diff: Report noisy for cycles diff (diff)
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Merge tag 'perf-core-for-mingo-5.5-20191011' of git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/acme/linux into perf/core
Pull perf/core improvements and fixes from Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo: perf trace: Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo: - Reuse the strace-like syscall_arg_fmt->scnprintf() beautification routines (convert integer arguments into strings, like open flags, etc) in tracepoint arguments. For now the type based scnprintf routines (pid_t, umode_t, etc) and the ones based in well known arg name based ("fd", etc) gets associated with tracepoint args of that type. A tracepoint only arg, "msr", for the msr:{write,read}_msr gets added as an initial step. - Introduce syscall_arg_fmt->strtoul() methods to be the reverse operation of ->scnprintf(), i.e. to go from a string to an integer. - Implement --filter, just like in 'perf record', that affects the tracepoint events specied thus far in the command line, use the ->strtoul() methods to allow strings in tables associated with beautifiers to the integers the in-kernel tracepoint (eBPF later) filters expect, e.g.: # perf trace --max-events 1 -e sched:*ipi --filter="cpu==1 || cpu==2" 0.000 as/24630 sched:sched_wake_idle_without_ipi(cpu: 1) # # perf trace --max-events 1 --max-stack=32 -e msr:* --filter="msr==IA32_TSC_DEADLINE" 207.000 cc1/19963 msr:write_msr(msr: IA32_TSC_DEADLINE, val: 5442316760822) do_trace_write_msr ([kernel.kallsyms]) do_trace_write_msr ([kernel.kallsyms]) lapic_next_deadline ([kernel.kallsyms]) clockevents_program_event ([kernel.kallsyms]) hrtimer_interrupt ([kernel.kallsyms]) smp_apic_timer_interrupt ([kernel.kallsyms]) apic_timer_interrupt ([kernel.kallsyms]) [0x6ff66c] (/usr/lib/gcc-cross/alpha-linux-gnu/8/cc1) [0x7047c3] (/usr/lib/gcc-cross/alpha-linux-gnu/8/cc1) [0x707708] (/usr/lib/gcc-cross/alpha-linux-gnu/8/cc1) execute_one_pass (/usr/lib/gcc-cross/alpha-linux-gnu/8/cc1) [0x4f3d37] (/usr/lib/gcc-cross/alpha-linux-gnu/8/cc1) [0x4f3d49] (/usr/lib/gcc-cross/alpha-linux-gnu/8/cc1) execute_pass_list (/usr/lib/gcc-cross/alpha-linux-gnu/8/cc1) cgraph_node::expand (/usr/lib/gcc-cross/alpha-linux-gnu/8/cc1) [0x2625b4] (/usr/lib/gcc-cross/alpha-linux-gnu/8/cc1) symbol_table::finalize_compilation_unit (/usr/lib/gcc-cross/alpha-linux-gnu/8/cc1) [0x5ae8b9] (/usr/lib/gcc-cross/alpha-linux-gnu/8/cc1) toplev::main (/usr/lib/gcc-cross/alpha-linux-gnu/8/cc1) main (/usr/lib/gcc-cross/alpha-linux-gnu/8/cc1) [0x26b6a] (/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc-2.29.so) # # perf trace --max-events 8 -e msr:* --filter="msr==IA32_SPEC_CTRL" 0.000 :13281/13281 msr:write_msr(msr: IA32_SPEC_CTRL, val: 6) 0.063 migration/3/25 msr:write_msr(msr: IA32_SPEC_CTRL) 0.217 kworker/u16:1-/4826 msr:write_msr(msr: IA32_SPEC_CTRL) 0.687 rcu_sched/11 msr:write_msr(msr: IA32_SPEC_CTRL) 0.696 :13280/13280 msr:write_msr(msr: IA32_SPEC_CTRL, val: 6) 0.305 :13281/13281 msr:write_msr(msr: IA32_SPEC_CTRL, val: 6) 0.355 :13274/13274 msr:write_msr(msr: IA32_SPEC_CTRL, val: 6) 2.743 kworker/u16:0-/6711 msr:write_msr(msr: IA32_SPEC_CTRL) # # perf trace --max-events 8 --cpu 1 -e msr:* --filter="msr!=IA32_SPEC_CTRL && msr!=IA32_TSC_DEADLINE && msr != FS_BASE" 0.000 mtr-packet/30819 msr:write_msr(msr: 0x830, val: 68719479037) 0.096 :0/0 msr:read_msr(msr: IA32_TSC_ADJUST) 238.925 mtr-packet/30819 msr:write_msr(msr: 0x830, val: 8589936893) 511.010 :0/0 msr:write_msr(msr: 0x830, val: 68719479037) 1005.052 :0/0 msr:read_msr(msr: IA32_TSC_ADJUST) 1235.131 CPU 0/KVM/3750 msr:write_msr(msr: 0x830, val: 4294969595) 1235.195 CPU 0/KVM/3750 msr:read_msr(msr: IA32_SYSENTER_ESP, val: -2199023037952) 1235.201 CPU 0/KVM/3750 msr:read_msr(msr: IA32_APICBASE, val: 4276096000) # - Default to not using libtraceevent and its plugins for beautifying tracepoint arguments, since now we're reusing the strace-like beatufiers. Use --libtraceevent_print (using just --libtrace is unambiguous and can be used as a short hand) to go back to those beautifiers. This will help in the transition, as can be seen in some of the sched tracepoints that still need some work in the libbeauty based mode: # trace --no-inherit -e msr:*,*sleep,sched:* sleep 1 0.000 ( ): sched:sched_waking(comm: "trace", pid: 3319 (trace), prio: 120, success: 1) 0.006 ( ): sched:sched_wakeup(comm: "trace", pid: 3319 (trace), prio: 120, success: 1) 0.348 ( ): sched:sched_process_exec(filename: 140212596720100, pid: 3319 (sleep), old_pid: 3319 (sleep)) 0.490 ( ): msr:write_msr(msr: FS_BASE, val: 139631189321088) 0.670 ( ): nanosleep(rqtp: 0x7ffc52c23bc0) ... 0.674 ( ): sched:sched_stat_runtime(comm: "sleep", pid: 3319 (sleep), runtime: 659259, vruntime: 78942418342) 0.675 ( ): sched:sched_switch(prev_comm: "sleep", prev_pid: 3319 (sleep), prev_prio: 120, prev_state: 1, next_comm: "swapper/0", next_prio: 120) 1001.059 ( ): sched:sched_waking(comm: "sleep", pid: 3319 (sleep), prio: 120, success: 1) 1001.098 ( ): sched:sched_wakeup(comm: "sleep", pid: 3319 (sleep), prio: 120, success: 1) 0.670 (1000.504 ms): ... [continued]: nanosleep()) = 0 1001.456 ( ): sched:sched_process_exit(comm: "sleep", pid: 3319 (sleep), prio: 120) # trace --libtrace --no-inherit -e msr:*,*sleep,sched:* sleep 1 # trace --libtrace --no-inherit -e msr:*,*sleep,sched:* sleep 1 0.000 ( ): sched:sched_waking(comm=trace pid=3323 prio=120 target_cpu=000) 0.007 ( ): sched:sched_wakeup(comm=trace pid=3323 prio=120 target_cpu=000) 0.382 ( ): sched:sched_process_exec(filename=/usr/bin/sleep pid=3323 old_pid=3323) 0.525 ( ): msr:write_msr(c0000100, value 7f5d508a0580) 0.713 ( ): nanosleep(rqtp: 0x7fff487fb4a0) ... 0.717 ( ): sched:sched_stat_runtime(comm=sleep pid=3323 runtime=617722 [ns] vruntime=78957731636 [ns]) 0.719 ( ): sched:sched_switch(prev_comm=sleep prev_pid=3323 prev_prio=120 prev_state=S ==> next_comm=swapper/0 next_pid=0 next_prio=120) 1001.117 ( ): sched:sched_waking(comm=sleep pid=3323 prio=120 target_cpu=000) 1001.157 ( ): sched:sched_wakeup(comm=sleep pid=3323 prio=120 target_cpu=000) 0.713 (1000.522 ms): ... [continued]: nanosleep()) = 0 1001.538 ( ): sched:sched_process_exit(comm=sleep pid=3323 prio=120) # - Make -v (verbose) mode be honoured for .perfconfig based trace.add_events, to help in diagnosing problems with building eBPF events (-e source.c). - When using eBPF syscall payload augmentation do not show strace-like syscalls when all the user specified was some tracepoint event, bringing the behaviour in line with that of when not using eBPF augmentation. Intel PT: exported-sql-viewer GUI: Adrian Hunter: - Add LookupModel, HBoxLayout, VBoxLayout, global time range calculations so as to add a time chart by CPU. perf script: Andi Kleen: - Allow --time (to specify a time span of interest) with --reltime perf diff: Jin Yao: - Report noise for cycles diff, i.e. a histogram + stddev. (timestamps relative to start). perf annotate: Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo: - Initialize env->cpuid when running in live mode (perf top), as it is used in some of the per arch annotation init routines. samples bpf: Björn Töpel: - Fixup fallout of using tools/perf/perf-sys. from outside tools/perf. Core: Ian Rogers: - Avoid 'sample_reg_masks' being const + weak, as this breaks with some compilers that constant-propagate from the weak symbol. libperf: - First part of moving the perf_mmap class from tools/perf to libperf. - Propagate CFLAGS to libperf from the tools/perf Makefile. Vendor events: John Garry: - Add entry in MAINTAINERS with reviewers for the for perf tool arm64 pmu-events files. Signed-off-by: Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo <acme@redhat.com> Signed-off-by: Ingo Molnar <mingo@kernel.org>
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