Commit 927ba12b authored by Rafael Antognolli's avatar Rafael Antognolli
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anv/tests: Adding test for the state_pool padding.



Add a test that checks that we can use the extra space allocated for
padding while allocating larger anv_states.
Reviewed-by: Jason Ekstrand's avatarJason Ekstrand <jason@jlekstrand.net>
parent 731c4adc
......@@ -227,7 +227,8 @@ if with_tests
)
foreach t : ['block_pool_no_free', 'state_pool_no_free',
'state_pool_free_list_only', 'state_pool']
'state_pool_free_list_only', 'state_pool',
'state_pool_padding']
test(
'anv_@0@'.format(t),
executable(
......
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#include "anv_private.h"
int main(int argc, char **argv)
{
struct anv_instance instance;
struct anv_device device = {
.instance = &instance,
};
struct anv_state_pool state_pool;
anv_state_pool_init(&state_pool, &device, 4096, 4096, EXEC_OBJECT_PINNED);
/* Get the size of the underlying block_pool */
struct anv_block_pool *bp = &state_pool.block_pool;
uint64_t pool_size = bp->size;
/* Grab one so the pool has some initial usage */
anv_state_pool_alloc(&state_pool, 16, 16);
/* Grab a state that is the size of the initial allocation */
struct anv_state state = anv_state_pool_alloc(&state_pool, pool_size, 16);
/* The pool must have grown */
assert(bp->size > pool_size);
/* And the state must have been allocated at the end of the original size */
assert(state.offset == pool_size);
/* A new allocation that fits into the returned empty space should have an
* offset within the original pool size
*/
state = anv_state_pool_alloc(&state_pool, 4096, 16);
assert(state.offset + state.alloc_size <= pool_size);
/* We should be able to allocate pool->block_size'd chunks in the returned area
*/
int left_chunks = pool_size / 4096 - 2;
for (int i = 0; i < left_chunks; i++) {
state = anv_state_pool_alloc(&state_pool, 4096, 16);
assert(state.offset + state.alloc_size <= pool_size);
}
/* Now the next chunk to be allocated should make the pool grow again */
pool_size = bp->size;
state = anv_state_pool_alloc(&state_pool, 4096, 16);
assert(bp->size > pool_size);
assert(state.offset == pool_size);
anv_state_pool_finish(&state_pool);
}
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