Commit 616842ef authored by Chris Wilson's avatar Chris Wilson

i915/gem_eio: Allow older platforms more leniency in reset latency

Older platforms need to clobber the display around a reset (incl. a
modeset to off, and a modeset back on), which can be much slower than
the reset itself. Give these platforms (gen2-4) some leniency and allow
them a higher limit before declaring them a failure.
Signed-off-by: Chris Wilson's avatarChris Wilson <chris@chris-wilson.co.uk>
Reviewed-by: default avatarMika Kuoppala <mika.kuoppala@linux.intel.com>
parent 7998eaae
Pipeline #19331 passed with stages
in 6 minutes and 6 seconds
......@@ -259,7 +259,7 @@ static void check_wait(int fd, uint32_t bo, unsigned int wait, igt_stats_t *st)
static void check_wait_elapsed(int fd, igt_stats_t *st)
{
double med, max;
double med, max, limit;
igt_info("Completed %d resets, wakeups took %.3f+-%.3fms (min:%.3fms, median:%.3fms, max:%.3fms)\n",
st->n_values,
......@@ -272,15 +272,24 @@ static void check_wait_elapsed(int fd, igt_stats_t *st)
if (st->n_values < 9)
return; /* too few for stable median */
/*
* Older platforms need to reset the display (incl. modeset to off,
* modeset back on) around resets, so may take a lot longer.
*/
limit = 250e6;
if (intel_gen(intel_get_drm_devid(fd)) < 5)
limit += 300e6; /* guestimate for 2x worstcase modeset */
med = igt_stats_get_median(st);
max = igt_stats_get_max(st);
igt_assert_f(med < 250e6 && max < 1250e6,
"Wake up following reset+wedge took %.3f+-%.3fms (min:%.3fms, median:%.3fms, max:%.3fms)\n",
igt_assert_f(med < limit && max < 5 * limit,
"Wake up following reset+wedge took %.3f+-%.3fms (min:%.3fms, median:%.3fms, max:%.3fms); limit set to %.0fms on average and %.0fms maximum\n",
igt_stats_get_mean(st)*1e-6,
igt_stats_get_std_deviation(st)*1e-6,
igt_stats_get_min(st)*1e-6,
igt_stats_get_median(st)*1e-6,
igt_stats_get_max(st)*1e-6);
igt_stats_get_max(st)*1e-6,
limit*1e-6, limit*5e-6);
}
static void __test_banned(int fd)
......
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