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authorSteven Rostedt (Red Hat) <rostedt@goodmis.org>2015-02-17 20:33:43 -0500
committerSteven Rostedt (VMware) <rostedt@goodmis.org>2018-04-06 14:04:57 -0400
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ktest: Add standalone config-bisect.pl program
Started working on a stand alone program that can do a config bisect. It is based on the config bisect code of ktest.pl. Instead of needing all the infrastructure of ktest.pl, all that is required for config-bisect.pl is two config files. One that works, and one that does not. The goal is to pass in the two files, and it will create a new "good" and a new "bad" config file based on input from the user. After several iterations (calls to this program), it will eventually end with a minimum config value that allows one config to work and the other config to break. The program uses a technique that takes the good config and then makes half of the configs that differ from the bad config just like the bad config. The code will use make oldconfig to make sure the configs that are set are not all converted back due to incorrect dependencies on other configs set in the bad config but not in the new test config. This is still a work in progress, but as it was written while I was working at Red Hat, I want this code to be submitted as such. Signed-off-by: Steven Rostedt (Red Hat) <rostedt@goodmis.org>
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+#!/usr/bin/perl -w
+#
+# Copyright 2015 - Steven Rostedt, Red Hat Inc.
+# Copyright 2017 - Steven Rostedt, VMware, Inc.
+#
+# Licensed under the terms of the GNU GPL License version 2
+#
+
+# usage:
+# config-bisect.pl [options] good-config bad-config [good|bad]
+#
+
+# Compares a good config to a bad config, then takes half of the diffs
+# and produces a config that is somewhere between the good config and
+# the bad config. That is, the resulting config will start with the
+# good config and will try to make half of the differences of between
+# the good and bad configs match the bad config. It tries because of
+# dependencies between the two configs it may not be able to change
+# exactly half of the configs that are different between the two config
+# files.
+
+# Here's a normal way to use it:
+#
+# $ cd /path/to/linux/kernel
+# $ config-bisect.pl /path/to/good/config /path/to/bad/config
+
+# This will now pull in good config (blowing away .config in that directory
+# so do not make that be one of the good or bad configs), and then
+# build the config with "make oldconfig" to make sure it matches the
+# current kernel. It will then store the configs in that result for
+# the good config. It does the same for the bad config as well.
+# The algorithm will run, merging half of the differences between
+# the two configs and building them with "make oldconfig" to make sure
+# the result changes (dependencies may reset changes the tool had made).
+# It then copies the result of its good config to /path/to/good/config.tmp
+# and the bad config to /path/to/bad/config.tmp (just appends ".tmp" to the
+# files passed in). And the ".config" that you should test will be in
+# directory
+
+# After the first run, determine if the result is good or bad then
+# run the same command appending the result
+
+# For good results:
+# $ config-bisect.pl /path/to/good/config /path/to/bad/config good
+
+# For bad results:
+# $ config-bisect.pl /path/to/good/config /path/to/bad/config bad
+
+# Do not change the good-config or bad-config, config-bisect.pl will
+# copy the good-config to a temp file with the same name as good-config
+# but with a ".tmp" after it. It will do the same with the bad-config.
+
+# If "good" or "bad" is not stated at the end, it will copy the good and
+# bad configs to the .tmp versions. If a .tmp version already exists, it will
+# warn before writing over them. If the last config is labeled "good", then
+# it will copy it to the good .tmp version. If the last config is labeled
+# "bad", it will copy it to the bad .tmp version. It will continue this until
+# it can not merge the two any more without the result being equal to either
+# the good or bad .tmp configs.
+
+my $start = 0;
+my $val = "";
+
+my $pwd = `pwd`;
+chomp $pwd;
+my $tree = $pwd;
+my $build;
+
+my $output_config;
+
+sub usage {
+ print << "EOF"
+
+usage: config-bisect.pl [-l linux-tree][-b build-dir] good-config bad-config [good|bad]
+ -l [optional] define location of linux-tree (default is current directory)
+ -b [optional] define location to build (O=build-dir) (default is linux-tree)
+ good-config the config that is considered good
+ bad-config the config that does not work
+ "good" add this if the last run produced a good config
+ "bad" add this if the last run produced a bad config
+ If "good" or "bad" is not specified, then it is the start of a new bisect
+
+ Note, each run will create copy of good and bad configs with ".tmp" appended.
+
+EOF
+;
+
+ exit(-1);
+}
+
+sub doprint {
+ print @_;
+}
+
+sub dodie {
+ doprint "CRITICAL FAILURE... ", @_, "\n";
+
+ die @_, "\n";
+}
+
+sub expand_path {
+ my ($file) = @_;
+
+ if ($file =~ m,^/,) {
+ return $file;
+ }
+ return "$pwd/$file";
+}
+
+sub read_prompt {
+ my ($cancel, $prompt) = @_;
+
+ my $ans;
+
+ for (;;) {
+ if ($cancel) {
+ print "$prompt [y/n/C] ";
+ } else {
+ print "$prompt [y/N] ";
+ }
+ $ans = <STDIN>;
+ chomp $ans;
+ if ($ans =~ /^\s*$/) {
+ if ($cancel) {
+ $ans = "c";
+ } else {
+ $ans = "n";
+ }
+ }
+ last if ($ans =~ /^y$/i || $ans =~ /^n$/i);
+ if ($cancel) {
+ last if ($ans =~ /^c$/i);
+ print "Please answer either 'y', 'n' or 'c'.\n";
+ } else {
+ print "Please answer either 'y' or 'n'.\n";
+ }
+ }
+ if ($ans =~ /^c/i) {
+ exit;
+ }
+ if ($ans !~ /^y$/i) {
+ return 0;
+ }
+ return 1;
+}
+
+sub read_yn {
+ my ($prompt) = @_;
+
+ return read_prompt 0, $prompt;
+}
+
+sub read_ync {
+ my ($prompt) = @_;
+
+ return read_prompt 1, $prompt;
+}
+
+sub run_command {
+ my ($command, $redirect) = @_;
+ my $start_time;
+ my $end_time;
+ my $dord = 0;
+ my $pid;
+
+ $start_time = time;
+
+ doprint("$command ... ");
+
+ $pid = open(CMD, "$command 2>&1 |") or
+ dodie "unable to exec $command";
+
+ if (defined($redirect)) {
+ open (RD, ">$redirect") or
+ dodie "failed to write to redirect $redirect";
+ $dord = 1;
+ }
+
+ while (<CMD>) {
+ print RD if ($dord);
+ }
+
+ waitpid($pid, 0);
+ my $failed = $?;
+
+ close(CMD);
+ close(RD) if ($dord);
+
+ $end_time = time;
+ my $delta = $end_time - $start_time;
+
+ if ($delta == 1) {
+ doprint "[1 second] ";
+ } else {
+ doprint "[$delta seconds] ";
+ }
+
+ if ($failed) {
+ doprint "FAILED!\n";
+ } else {
+ doprint "SUCCESS\n";
+ }
+
+ return !$failed;
+}
+
+###### CONFIG BISECT ######
+
+# config_ignore holds the configs that were set (or unset) for
+# a good config and we will ignore these configs for the rest
+# of a config bisect. These configs stay as they were.
+my %config_ignore;
+
+# config_set holds what all configs were set as.
+my %config_set;
+
+# config_off holds the set of configs that the bad config had disabled.
+# We need to record them and set them in the .config when running
+# olddefconfig, because olddefconfig keeps the defaults.
+my %config_off;
+
+# config_off_tmp holds a set of configs to turn off for now
+my @config_off_tmp;
+
+# config_list is the set of configs that are being tested
+my %config_list;
+my %null_config;
+
+my %dependency;
+
+my $make;
+
+sub make_oldconfig {
+
+ if (!run_command "$make olddefconfig") {
+ # Perhaps olddefconfig doesn't exist in this version of the kernel
+ # try oldnoconfig
+ doprint "olddefconfig failed, trying make oldnoconfig\n";
+ if (!run_command "$make oldnoconfig") {
+ doprint "oldnoconfig failed, trying yes '' | make oldconfig\n";
+ # try a yes '' | oldconfig
+ run_command "yes '' | $make oldconfig" or
+ dodie "failed make config oldconfig";
+ }
+ }
+}
+
+sub assign_configs {
+ my ($hash, $config) = @_;
+
+ doprint "Reading configs from $config\n";
+
+ open (IN, $config)
+ or dodie "Failed to read $config";
+
+ while (<IN>) {
+ chomp;
+ if (/^((CONFIG\S*)=.*)/) {
+ ${$hash}{$2} = $1;
+ } elsif (/^(# (CONFIG\S*) is not set)/) {
+ ${$hash}{$2} = $1;
+ }
+ }
+
+ close(IN);
+}
+
+sub process_config_ignore {
+ my ($config) = @_;
+
+ assign_configs \%config_ignore, $config;
+}
+
+sub get_dependencies {
+ my ($config) = @_;
+
+ my $arr = $dependency{$config};
+ if (!defined($arr)) {
+ return ();
+ }
+
+ my @deps = @{$arr};
+
+ foreach my $dep (@{$arr}) {
+ print "ADD DEP $dep\n";
+ @deps = (@deps, get_dependencies $dep);
+ }
+
+ return @deps;
+}
+
+sub save_config {
+ my ($pc, $file) = @_;
+
+ my %configs = %{$pc};
+
+ doprint "Saving configs into $file\n";
+
+ open(OUT, ">$file") or dodie "Can not write to $file";
+
+ foreach my $config (keys %configs) {
+ print OUT "$configs{$config}\n";
+ }
+ close(OUT);
+}
+
+sub create_config {
+ my ($name, $pc) = @_;
+
+ doprint "Creating old config from $name configs\n";
+
+ save_config $pc, $output_config;
+
+ make_oldconfig;
+}
+
+# compare two config hashes, and return configs with different vals.
+# It returns B's config values, but you can use A to see what A was.
+sub diff_config_vals {
+ my ($pa, $pb) = @_;
+
+ # crappy Perl way to pass in hashes.
+ my %a = %{$pa};
+ my %b = %{$pb};
+
+ my %ret;
+
+ foreach my $item (keys %a) {
+ if (defined($b{$item}) && $b{$item} ne $a{$item}) {
+ $ret{$item} = $b{$item};
+ }
+ }
+
+ return %ret;
+}
+
+# compare two config hashes and return the configs in B but not A
+sub diff_configs {
+ my ($pa, $pb) = @_;
+
+ my %ret;
+
+ # crappy Perl way to pass in hashes.
+ my %a = %{$pa};
+ my %b = %{$pb};
+
+ foreach my $item (keys %b) {
+ if (!defined($a{$item})) {
+ $ret{$item} = $b{$item};
+ }
+ }
+
+ return %ret;
+}
+
+# return if two configs are equal or not
+# 0 is equal +1 b has something a does not
+# +1 if a and b have a different item.
+# -1 if a has something b does not
+sub compare_configs {
+ my ($pa, $pb) = @_;
+
+ my %ret;
+
+ # crappy Perl way to pass in hashes.
+ my %a = %{$pa};
+ my %b = %{$pb};
+
+ foreach my $item (keys %b) {
+ if (!defined($a{$item})) {
+ return 1;
+ }
+ if ($a{$item} ne $b{$item}) {
+ return 1;
+ }
+ }
+
+ foreach my $item (keys %a) {
+ if (!defined($b{$item})) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+ }
+
+ return 0;
+}
+
+sub process_failed {
+ my ($config) = @_;
+
+ doprint "\n\n***************************************\n";
+ doprint "Found bad config: $config\n";
+ doprint "***************************************\n\n";
+}
+
+sub process_new_config {
+ my ($tc, $nc, $gc, $bc) = @_;
+
+ my %tmp_config = %{$tc};
+ my %good_configs = %{$gc};
+ my %bad_configs = %{$bc};
+
+ my %new_configs;
+
+ my $runtest = 1;
+ my $ret;
+
+ create_config "tmp_configs", \%tmp_config;
+ assign_configs \%new_configs, $output_config;
+
+ $ret = compare_configs \%new_configs, \%bad_configs;
+ if (!$ret) {
+ doprint "New config equals bad config, try next test\n";
+ $runtest = 0;
+ }
+
+ if ($runtest) {
+ $ret = compare_configs \%new_configs, \%good_configs;
+ if (!$ret) {
+ doprint "New config equals good config, try next test\n";
+ $runtest = 0;
+ }
+ }
+
+ %{$nc} = %new_configs;
+
+ return $runtest;
+}
+
+sub convert_config {
+ my ($config) = @_;
+
+ if ($config =~ /^# (.*) is not set/) {
+ $config = "$1=n";
+ }
+
+ $config =~ s/^CONFIG_//;
+ return $config;
+}
+
+sub print_config {
+ my ($sym, $config) = @_;
+
+ $config = convert_config $config;
+ doprint "$sym$config\n";
+}
+
+sub print_config_compare {
+ my ($good_config, $bad_config) = @_;
+
+ $good_config = convert_config $good_config;
+ $bad_config = convert_config $bad_config;
+
+ my $good_value = $good_config;
+ my $bad_value = $bad_config;
+ $good_value =~ s/(.*)=//;
+ my $config = $1;
+
+ $bad_value =~ s/.*=//;
+
+ doprint " $config $good_value -> $bad_value\n";
+}
+
+# Pass in:
+# $phalf: half of the configs names you want to add
+# $oconfigs: The orginial configs to start with
+# $sconfigs: The source to update $oconfigs with (from $phalf)
+# $which: The name of which half that is updating (top / bottom)
+# $type: The name of the source type (good / bad)
+sub make_half {
+ my ($phalf, $oconfigs, $sconfigs, $which, $type) = @_;
+
+ my @half = @{$phalf};
+ my %orig_configs = %{$oconfigs};
+ my %source_configs = %{$sconfigs};
+
+ my %tmp_config = %orig_configs;
+
+ doprint "Settings bisect with $which half of $type configs:\n";
+ foreach my $item (@half) {
+ doprint "Updating $item to $source_configs{$item}\n";
+ $tmp_config{$item} = $source_configs{$item};
+ }
+
+ return %tmp_config;
+}
+
+sub run_config_bisect {
+ my ($pgood, $pbad) = @_;
+
+ my %good_configs = %{$pgood};
+ my %bad_configs = %{$pbad};
+
+ my %diff_configs = diff_config_vals \%good_configs, \%bad_configs;
+ my %b_configs = diff_configs \%good_configs, \%bad_configs;
+ my %g_configs = diff_configs \%bad_configs, \%good_configs;
+
+ # diff_arr is what is in both good and bad but are different (y->n)
+ my @diff_arr = keys %diff_configs;
+ my $len_diff = $#diff_arr + 1;
+
+ # b_arr is what is in bad but not in good (has depends)
+ my @b_arr = keys %b_configs;
+ my $len_b = $#b_arr + 1;
+
+ # g_arr is what is in good but not in bad
+ my @g_arr = keys %g_configs;
+ my $len_g = $#g_arr + 1;
+
+ my $runtest = 0;
+ my %new_configs;
+ my $ret;
+
+ # Look at the configs that are different between good and bad.
+ # This does not include those that depend on other configs
+ # (configs depending on other configs that are not set would
+ # not show up even as a "# CONFIG_FOO is not set"
+
+
+ doprint "# of configs to check: $len_diff\n";
+ doprint "# of configs showing only in good: $len_g\n";
+ doprint "# of configs showing only in bad: $len_b\n";
+
+ if ($len_diff > 0) {
+ # Now test for different values
+
+ doprint "Configs left to check:\n";
+ doprint " Good Config\t\t\tBad Config\n";
+ doprint " -----------\t\t\t----------\n";
+ foreach my $item (@diff_arr) {
+ doprint " $good_configs{$item}\t$bad_configs{$item}\n";
+ }
+
+ my $half = int($#diff_arr / 2);
+ my @tophalf = @diff_arr[0 .. $half];
+
+ doprint "Set tmp config to be good config with some bad config values\n";
+
+ my %tmp_config = make_half \@tophalf, \%good_configs,
+ \%bad_configs, "top", "bad";
+
+ $runtest = process_new_config \%tmp_config, \%new_configs,
+ \%good_configs, \%bad_configs;
+
+ if (!$runtest) {
+ doprint "Set tmp config to be bad config with some good config values\n";
+
+ my %tmp_config = make_half \@tophalf, \%bad_configs,
+ \%good_configs, "top", "good";
+
+ $runtest = process_new_config \%tmp_config, \%new_configs,
+ \%good_configs, \%bad_configs;
+ }
+ }
+
+ if (!$runtest && $len_diff > 0) {
+ # do the same thing, but this time with bottom half
+
+ my $half = int($#diff_arr / 2);
+ my @bottomhalf = @diff_arr[$half+1 .. $#diff_arr];
+
+ doprint "Set tmp config to be good config with some bad config values\n";
+
+ my %tmp_config = make_half \@bottomhalf, \%good_configs,
+ \%bad_configs, "bottom", "bad";
+
+ $runtest = process_new_config \%tmp_config, \%new_configs,
+ \%good_configs, \%bad_configs;
+
+ if (!$runtest) {
+ doprint "Set tmp config to be bad config with some good config values\n";
+
+ my %tmp_config = make_half \@bottomhalf, \%bad_configs,
+ \%good_configs, "bottom", "good";
+
+ $runtest = process_new_config \%tmp_config, \%new_configs,
+ \%good_configs, \%bad_configs;
+ }
+ }
+
+ if ($runtest) {
+ make_oldconfig;
+ doprint "READY TO TEST .config IN $build\n";
+ return 0;
+ }
+
+ doprint "\n%%%%%%%% FAILED TO FIND SINGLE BAD CONFIG %%%%%%%%\n";
+ doprint "Hmm, can't make any more changes without making good == bad?\n";
+ doprint "Difference between good (+) and bad (-)\n";
+
+ foreach my $item (keys %bad_configs) {
+ if (!defined($good_configs{$item})) {
+ print_config "-", $bad_configs{$item};
+ }
+ }
+
+ foreach my $item (keys %good_configs) {
+ next if (!defined($bad_configs{$item}));
+ if ($good_configs{$item} ne $bad_configs{$item}) {
+ print_config_compare $good_configs{$item}, $bad_configs{$item};
+ }
+ }
+
+ foreach my $item (keys %good_configs) {
+ if (!defined($bad_configs{$item})) {
+ print_config "+", $good_configs{$item};
+ }
+ }
+ return -1;
+}
+
+sub config_bisect {
+ my ($good_config, $bad_config) = @_;
+ my $ret;
+
+ my %good_configs;
+ my %bad_configs;
+ my %tmp_configs;
+
+ doprint "Run good configs through make oldconfig\n";
+ assign_configs \%tmp_configs, $good_config;
+ create_config "$good_config", \%tmp_configs;
+ assign_configs \%good_configs, $output_config;
+
+ doprint "Run bad configs through make oldconfig\n";
+ assign_configs \%tmp_configs, $bad_config;
+ create_config "$bad_config", \%tmp_configs;
+ assign_configs \%bad_configs, $output_config;
+
+ save_config \%good_configs, $good_config;
+ save_config \%bad_configs, $bad_config;
+
+ return run_config_bisect \%good_configs, \%bad_configs;
+}
+
+while ($#ARGV >= 0) {
+ if ($ARGV[0] !~ m/^-/) {
+ last;
+ }
+ my $opt = shift @ARGV;
+
+ if ($opt eq "-b") {
+ $val = shift @ARGV;
+ if (!defined($val)) {
+ die "-b requires value\n";
+ }
+ $build = $val;
+ }
+
+ elsif ($opt eq "-l") {
+ $val = shift @ARGV;
+ if (!defined($val)) {
+ die "-l requires value\n";
+ }
+ $tree = $val;
+ }
+
+ elsif ($opt eq "-h") {
+ usage;
+ }
+
+ else {
+ die "Unknow option $opt\n";
+ }
+}
+
+$build = $tree if (!defined($build));
+
+$tree = expand_path $tree;
+$build = expand_path $build;
+
+if ( ! -d $tree ) {
+ die "$tree not a directory\n";
+}
+
+if ( ! -d $build ) {
+ die "$build not a directory\n";
+}
+
+usage if $#ARGV < 1;
+
+if ($#ARGV == 1) {
+ $start = 1;
+} elsif ($#ARGV == 2) {
+ $val = $ARGV[2];
+ if ($val ne "good" && $val ne "bad") {
+ die "Unknown command '$val', bust be either \"good\" or \"bad\"\n";
+ }
+} else {
+ usage;
+}
+
+my $good_start = expand_path $ARGV[0];
+my $bad_start = expand_path $ARGV[1];
+
+my $good = "$good_start.tmp";
+my $bad = "$bad_start.tmp";
+
+$make = "make";
+
+if ($build ne $tree) {
+ $make = "make O=$build"
+}
+
+$output_config = "$build/.config";
+
+if ($start) {
+ if ( ! -f $good_start ) {
+ die "$good_start not found\n";
+ }
+ if ( ! -f $bad_start ) {
+ die "$bad_start not found\n";
+ }
+ if ( -f $good || -f $bad ) {
+ my $p = "";
+
+ if ( -f $good ) {
+ $p = "$good exists\n";
+ }
+
+ if ( -f $bad ) {
+ $p = "$p$bad exists\n";
+ }
+
+ if (!read_yn "${p}Overwrite and start new bisect anyway?") {
+ exit (-1);
+ }
+ }
+ run_command "cp $good_start $good" or die "failed to copy to $good\n";
+ run_command "cp $bad_start $bad" or die "faield to copy to $bad\n";
+} else {
+ if ( ! -f $good ) {
+ die "Can not find file $good\n";
+ }
+ if ( ! -f $bad ) {
+ die "Can not find file $bad\n";
+ }
+ if ($val eq "good") {
+ run_command "cp $output_config $good" or die "failed to copy $config to $good\n";
+ } elsif ($val eq "bad") {
+ run_command "cp $output_config $bad" or die "failed to copy $config to $bad\n";
+ }
+}
+
+chdir $tree || die "can't change directory to $tree";
+
+my $ret = config_bisect $good, $bad;
+
+if (!$ret) {
+ exit(0);
+}
+
+if ($ret > 0) {
+ doprint "Cleaning temp files\n";
+ run_command "rm $good";
+ run_command "rm $bad";
+ exit(1);
+} else {
+ doprint "See good and bad configs for details:\n";
+ doprint "good: $good\n";
+ doprint "bad: $bad\n";
+ doprint "%%%%%%%% FAILED TO FIND SINGLE BAD CONFIG %%%%%%%%\n";
+}
+exit(2);