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    • Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo's avatar
      perf trace beautify ioctl: Beautify perf ioctl's 'cmd' arg · 81e3d8b2
      Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo authored
      Also trying a new approach, using the copy of uapi/linux/perf_event.h we
      auto generate the string tables, then include it in the ioctl cmd
      beautifier.
      
      This way either the perf developers will add the new commands to the
      tools/ copy, like is happening with other areas of tools/include/ (bpf.h
      comes to mind), or we'll be notified when building perf that our copy
      drifted.
      
      E.g., looking at some of the perf ioctls issued by the 'perf test' test cases:
      
        # (perf trace -e perf_event_open,ioctl perf test)  2>&1 | egrep "(cmd: PERF_|perf_event_open)"
        4: Read samples using the mmap interface      :
         348.811 ( 0.062 ms): perf/23351 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414a5e8, pid: 23351 (perf), group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 3
         348.878 ( 0.039 ms): perf/23351 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414a5e8, pid: 23351 (perf), cpu: 1, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 4
         348.919 ( 0.036 ms): perf/23351 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414a5e8, pid: 23351 (perf), cpu: 2, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 5
         348.958 ( 0.036 ms): perf/23351 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414a5e8, pid: 23351 (perf), cpu: 3, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 6
         349.070 ( 0.046 ms): perf/23351 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414aa38, pid: 23351 (perf), group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 7
         349.120 ( 0.037 ms): perf/23351 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414aa38, pid: 23351 (perf), cpu: 1, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 8
         349.161 ( 0.036 ms): perf/23351 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414aa38, pid: 23351 (perf), cpu: 2, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 9
         349.201 ( 0.035 ms): perf/23351 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414aa38, pid: 23351 (perf), cpu: 3, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 10
         349.306 ( 0.041 ms): perf/23351 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414b2d8, pid: 23351 (perf), group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 11
         349.611 ( 0.005 ms): perf/23351 ioctl(fd: 3<anon_inode:[perf_event]>, cmd: PERF_ID, arg: 0x7fff025999b8) = 0
         349.619 ( 0.002 ms): perf/23351 ioctl(fd: 7<anon_inode:[perf_event]>, cmd: PERF_SET_OUTPUT, arg: 0x3  ) = 0
         349.623 ( 0.002 ms): perf/23351 ioctl(fd: 7<anon_inode:[perf_event]>, cmd: PERF_ID, arg: 0x7fff025999b8) = 0
         349.627 ( 0.002 ms): perf/23351 ioctl(fd: 11<anon_inode:[perf_event]>, cmd: PERF_SET_OUTPUT, arg: 0x3 ) = 0
         349.630 ( 0.001 ms): perf/23351 ioctl(fd: 11<anon_inode:[perf_event]>, cmd: PERF_ID, arg: 0x7fff025999b8) = 0
      <SNIP>
        7: PERF_RECORD_* events & perf_sample fields  :
         647.150 ( 0.014 ms): perf/23354 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x7fff02599920, pid: -1, cpu: 2, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 3
         647.197 ( 0.076 ms): perf/23354 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414b478, pid: -1, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 3
         647.289 ( 0.040 ms): perf/23354 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414b478, pid: -1, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 3
         647.368 ( 0.011 ms): perf/23354 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414a5e8, pid: 23355 (perf), group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 3
         647.381 ( 0.005 ms): perf/23354 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414a5e8, pid: 23355 (perf), cpu: 1, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 4
         647.387 ( 0.005 ms): perf/23354 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414a5e8, pid: 23355 (perf), cpu: 2, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 5
         647.393 ( 0.004 ms): perf/23354 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x414a5e8, pid: 23355 (perf), cpu: 3, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 7
         648.026 ( 0.011 ms): perf/23354 ioctl(fd: 3<anon_inode:[perf_event]>, cmd: PERF_ENABLE) = 0
         648.038 ( 0.002 ms): perf/23354 ioctl(fd: 4<anon_inode:[perf_event]>, cmd: PERF_ENABLE) = 0
         648.042 ( 0.002 ms): perf/23354 ioctl(fd: 5<anon_inode:[perf_event]>, cmd: PERF_ENABLE) = 0
         648.045 ( 0.002 ms): perf/23354 ioctl(fd: 7<anon_inode:[perf_event]>, cmd: PERF_ENABLE) = 0
      <SNIP>
        18: Breakpoint overflow signal handler         :
        2772.721 ( 0.017 ms): perf/23375 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x7fff02599d20, pid: -1, cpu: 3, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 3
        2772.748 ( 0.009 ms): perf/23375 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x7fff02599e60, cpu: -1, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 3
        2772.768 ( 0.002 ms): perf/23375 ioctl(fd: 3, cmd: PERF_RESET) = 0
        2772.776 ( 0.008 ms): perf/23375 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x7fff02599e60, cpu: -1, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 4
        2772.788 ( 0.002 ms): perf/23375 ioctl(fd: 4, cmd: PERF_RESET) = 0
        2772.791 ( 0.006 ms): perf/23375 perf_event_open(attr_uptr: 0x7fff02599e60, cpu: -1, group_fd: -1, flags: FD_CLOEXEC) = 5
        2772.800 ( 0.001 ms): perf/23375 ioctl(fd: 5, cmd: PERF_RESET) = 0
        2772.803 ( 0.005 ms): perf/23375 ioctl(fd: 3, cmd: PERF_ENABLE) = 0
        2772.810 ( 0.004 ms): perf/23375 ioctl(fd: 4, cmd: PERF_ENABLE) = 0
        2772.815 ( 0.004 ms): perf/23375 ioctl(fd: 5, cmd: PERF_ENABLE) = 0
      <SNIP>
      
      Cc: Adrian Hunter <adrian.hunter@intel.com>
      Cc: David Ahern <dsahern@gmail.com>
      Cc: Jiri Olsa <jolsa@kernel.org>
      Cc: Namhyung Kim <namhyung@kernel.org>
      Cc: Wang Nan <wangnan0@huawei.com>
      Link: http://lkml.kernel.org/n/tip-ahotwscqt080ae0ulu3zznh2@git.kernel.orgSigned-off-by: default avatarArnaldo Carvalho de Melo <acme@redhat.com>
      81e3d8b2
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      perf trace beautify ioctl: Beautify vhost virtio ioctl's 'cmd' arg · ec6dd85f
      Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo authored
      Also trying a new approach, using a copy of uapi/linux/vhost.h we auto
      generate the string tables, then include it in the ioctl cmd beautifier.
      
      This way either the KVM developers will add the new commands to the
      tools/ copy, like is happening with other areas of tools/include/ (bpf.h
      comes to mind), or we'll be notified when building perf that our copy
      drifted.
      
      E.g., doing syswide tracing grepping for the newly beautified VHOST
      ioctls:
      
        # perf trace -e ioctl 2>&1 | grep VHOST
        3873.064 ( 0.099 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_NET_SET_BACKEND, arg: 0x7fff053dffe0) = 0
        3873.168 ( 0.019 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_NET_SET_BACKEND, arg: 0x7fff053dffe0) = 0
        3873.226 ( 0.006 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_GET_VRING_BASE, arg: 0x7fff053dff60) = 0
        3873.244 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_GET_VRING_BASE, arg: 0x7fff053dff60) = 0
        3873.817 ( 0.014 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_SET_VRING_CALL, arg: 0x7fff053dff20) = 0
        3873.838 ( 0.004 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_SET_VRING_CALL, arg: 0x7fff053dff20) = 0
        4701.372 ( 0.006 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_SET_VRING_CALL, arg: 0x7fff053dfe20) = 0
        4701.417 ( 0.007 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_SET_VRING_CALL, arg: 0x7fff053dfe20) = 0
        4701.563 ( 0.004 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_SET_FEATURES, arg: 0x7fff053dfe88) = 0
        4701.571 ( 0.028 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_SET_MEM_TABLE, arg: 0x563c7c906870) = 0
        4701.604 ( 0.003 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_SET_VRING_NUM, arg: 0x7fff053dff00) = 0
        4701.609 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_SET_VRING_BASE, arg: 0x7fff053dff00) = 0
        4701.615 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_SET_VRING_ADDR, arg: 0x7fff053dfe70) = 0
        4701.619 ( 0.008 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_SET_VRING_KICK, arg: 0x7fff053dfef0) = 0
        4701.634 ( 0.004 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_SET_VRING_NUM, arg: 0x7fff053dff00) = 0
        4701.640 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_SET_VRING_BASE, arg: 0x7fff053dff00) = 0
        4701.644 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_SET_VRING_ADDR, arg: 0x7fff053dfe70) = 0
        4701.648 ( 0.009 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_SET_VRING_KICK, arg: 0x7fff053dfef0) = 0
        4701.665 ( 0.005 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_NET_SET_BACKEND, arg: 0x7fff053dff80) = 0
        4701.672 ( 0.004 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: VHOST_NET_SET_BACKEND, arg: 0x7fff053dff80) = 0
      ^C
      
       '-e ioctl' uses tracepoint filters, in time this will be replaces by
      eBPF filters hooked at the syscall tracepoints and that "grep VHOST"
      will also be done with eBPF, right at the kernel, to reduce overhead.
      
      Cc: Adrian Hunter <adrian.hunter@intel.com>
      Cc: David Ahern <dsahern@gmail.com>
      Cc: Jason Wang <jasowang@redhat.com>
      Cc: Jiri Olsa <jolsa@kernel.org>
      Cc: "Michael S. Tsirkin" <mst@redhat.com>
      Cc: Namhyung Kim <namhyung@kernel.org>
      Cc: Paolo Bonzini <pbonzini@redhat.com>
      Cc: Radim Krčmář <rkrcmar@redhat.com>
      Cc: Wang Nan <wangnan0@huawei.com>
      Link: http://lkml.kernel.org/n/tip-2gthnhpliunvakywjterrzz3@git.kernel.orgSigned-off-by: default avatarArnaldo Carvalho de Melo <acme@redhat.com>
      ec6dd85f
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      perf trace beauty ioctl: Pass _IOC_DIR to the per _IOC_TYPE scnprintf · 8ff69577
      Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo authored
      Not all subsystems use the fact that we may have the same _IOC_NR for
      different _IOC_DIR, as in the end it'll result in a different ioctl
      number.
      
      So, for instance, vhost virtio has:
      
        #define VHOST_GET_FEATURES      _IOR(VHOST_VIRTIO, 0x00, __u64)
        #define VHOST_SET_FEATURES      _IOW(VHOST_VIRTIO, 0x00, __u64)
      
      So same _IOC_NR (0x00) but different _IOC_DIR (R versus W), but it also
      have:
      
        #define VHOST_SET_VRING_ENDIAN _IOW(VHOST_VIRTIO, 0x13, struct vhost_vring_state)
        #define VHOST_GET_VRING_ENDIAN _IOW(VHOST_VIRTIO, 0x14, struct vhost_vring_state)
      
      A "get" operation that uses a "W" _IOC_DIR, and its implementation, uses
      copy_to_user, it should've probably been _IOR().
      
      Then:
      
        /* Base value where queue looks for available descriptors */
        #define VHOST_SET_VRING_BASE _IOW(VHOST_VIRTIO, 0x12, struct vhost_vring_state)
        /* Get accessor: reads index, writes value in num */
        #define VHOST_GET_VRING_BASE _IOWR(VHOST_VIRTIO, 0x12, struct vhost_vring_state)
      
      So we'll need to use _IOC_DIR() to disambiguate the VHOST_VIRTIO ioctl
      bautifier.
      
      Cc: Adrian Hunter <adrian.hunter@intel.com>
      Cc: David Ahern <dsahern@gmail.com>
      Cc: Jiri Olsa <jolsa@kernel.org>
      Cc: Namhyung Kim <namhyung@kernel.org>
      Cc: Paolo Bonzini <pbonzini@redhat.com>
      Cc: Radim Krčmář <rkrcmar@redhat.com>
      Cc: Wang Nan <wangnan0@huawei.com>
      Link: http://lkml.kernel.org/n/tip-rq6q717ql7j2z7kuccafgq84@git.kernel.orgSigned-off-by: default avatarArnaldo Carvalho de Melo <acme@redhat.com>
      8ff69577
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      perf trace beautify ioctl: Beautify KVM ioctl's 'cmd' arg · 45717b7f
      Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo authored
      Also trying a new approach, using a copy of uapi/linux/kvm.h we auto
      generate the string tables, then include it in the ioctl cmd beautifier.
      
      This way either the KVM developers will add the new commands to the
      tools/ copy, like is happening with other areas of tools/include/ (bpf.h
      comes to mind), or we'll be notified when building perf that our copy
      drifted.
      
      E.g., a tracing a process and its threads, but would work for system wide as
      well, just drop that '-p 21238', to see ioctls for DRM, tty, sound, etc:
      
        # perf trace -e ioctl -p 21238 2>&1 | grep -v KVM_RUN
          7801.536 ( 0.003 ms): CPU 0/KVM/21276 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IRQ_LINE_STATUS, arg: 0x7f484c6c73c0) = 0
        <SNIP lots of the last one>
          7801.715 ( 0.001 ms): CPU 0/KVM/21276 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IRQ_LINE_STATUS, arg: 0x7f484c6c73e0) = 0
         11001.051 ( 0.008 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_SIGNAL_MSI, arg: 0x563c83379d70) = 1
         11001.225 ( 0.005 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_SIGNAL_MSI, arg: 0x563c83379d70) = 1
         10750.377 (249.963 ms): CPU 0/KVM/21276  ... [continued]: ioctl()) = 0
         11011.780 ( 0.015 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_SIGNAL_MSI, arg: 0x563c83379d90) = 1
         11011.929 ( 0.005 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_SIGNAL_MSI, arg: 0x7fff053e1000) = 1
         11012.090 ( 0.004 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_SIGNAL_MSI, arg: 0x563c83379d70) = 1
         11023.127 ( 0.020 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_SIGNAL_MSI, arg: 0x563c83379d90) = 1
         11000.483 (249.807 ms): CPU 0/KVM/21276  ... [continued]: ioctl()) = 0
         25620.877 ( 0.042 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IRQ_LINE_STATUS, arg: 0x7fff053e1080) = 0
        <SNIP several of the last one>
         25621.025 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IRQ_LINE_STATUS, arg: 0x7fff053e10a0) = 0
         25500.803 (120.186 ms): CPU 0/KVM/21276  ... [continued]: ioctl()) = 0
         25621.078 ( 0.005 ms): CPU 0/KVM/21276 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IRQ_LINE_STATUS, arg: 0x7f484c6c73c0) = 0
        <SNIP lots of the last one>
         25621.346 ( 0.001 ms): CPU 0/KVM/21276 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IRQ_LINE_STATUS, arg: 0x7f484c6c73e0) = 0
         40456.997 ( 0.100 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x30, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dffe0) = 0
         40457.100 ( 0.019 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x30, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dffe0) = 0
         40457.133 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (READ|WRITE, 0xaf, 0x12, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dff60) = 0
         40457.139 ( 0.001 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (READ|WRITE, 0xaf, 0x12, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dff60) = 0
         40458.503 ( 0.027 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IOEVENTFD, arg: 0x7fff053dfc80) = 0
         40458.601 ( 0.030 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IOEVENTFD, arg: 0x7fff053dfc80) = 0
         40458.649 ( 0.003 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x21, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dff20) = 0
         40458.654 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x21, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dff20) = 0
         40458.657 ( 0.018 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IRQFD, arg: 0x7fff053dff00  ) = 0
         40459.077 ( 0.017 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IRQFD, arg: 0x7fff053dff00  ) = 0
         40459.123 ( 0.017 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IOEVENTFD, arg: 0x7fff053dfd20) = 0
        <SNIP lots of the last one>
         40463.477 ( 0.013 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IOEVENTFD, arg: 0x7fff053dfd20) = 0
         40464.874 ( 0.010 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_GET_VCPU_EVENTS, arg: 0x7fff053e0000) = 0
         40464.892 ( 0.048 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 12</dev/kvm>, cmd: KVM_CHECK_EXTENSION, arg: 0x4c           ) = 1
         40464.991 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_GET_CLOCK, arg: 0x7fff053e0040) = 0
         40464.962 ( 0.013 ms): CPU 0/KVM/21276 ioctl(fd: 20<anon_inode:kvm-vcpu>, cmd: KVM_GET_MSRS, arg: 0x7f484c6c7670) = 1
         44540.437 ( 0.103 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_SET_GSI_ROUTING, arg: 0x563c7c93c000) = 0
         44540.544 ( 0.008 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IRQFD, arg: 0x7fff053dfea0  ) = 0
         44540.555 ( 0.029 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_SET_GSI_ROUTING, arg: 0x563c7c93c000) = 0
         44540.586 ( 0.003 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IRQFD, arg: 0x7fff053dfea0  ) = 0
         44540.592 ( 0.027 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_SET_GSI_ROUTING, arg: 0x563c7c93c000) = 0
         44540.625 ( 0.005 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x21, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dfe20) = 0
         44540.639 ( 0.018 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_SET_GSI_ROUTING, arg: 0x563c7c93c000) = 0
         44540.658 ( 0.003 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x21, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dfe20) = 0
         44540.686 ( 0.015 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IOEVENTFD, arg: 0x7fff053dfbe0) = 0
         44540.727 ( 0.014 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IOEVENTFD, arg: 0x7fff053dfbe0) = 0
         44540.748 ( 0.005 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dfe88) = 0
         44540.754 ( 0.026 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x3, 0x8), arg: 0x563c7c906870) = 0
         44540.783 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x10, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dff00) = 0
         44540.787 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x12, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dff00) = 0
         44540.793 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x11, 0x28), arg: 0x7fff053dfe70) = 0
         44540.796 ( 0.010 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x20, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dfef0) = 0
         44540.811 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x10, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dff00) = 0
         44540.814 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x12, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dff00) = 0
         44540.819 ( 0.002 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x11, 0x28), arg: 0x7fff053dfe70) = 0
         44540.822 ( 0.005 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x20, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dfef0) = 0
         44540.837 ( 0.006 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x30, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dff80) = 0
         44540.862 ( 0.004 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 27</dev/vhost-net>, cmd: (WRITE, 0xaf, 0x30, 0x8), arg: 0x7fff053dff80) = 0
         44540.887 ( 0.014 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IOEVENTFD, arg: 0x7fff053dfd00) = 0
        <SNIP lots of the last one>
         44542.756 ( 0.020 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_IOEVENTFD, arg: 0x7fff053dfd00) = 0
         44542.809 ( 0.007 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_SET_VCPU_EVENTS, arg: 0x7fff053dffb0) = 0
         44542.819 ( 0.003 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 12</dev/kvm>, cmd: KVM_CHECK_EXTENSION, arg: 0x4c           ) = 1
         44543.016 ( 0.004 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_SET_CLOCK, arg: 0x7fff053dfff0) = 0
         44543.022 ( 0.008 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 20<anon_inode:kvm-vcpu>, cmd: KVM_KVMCLOCK_CTRL             ) = 0
         46952.502 ( 0.010 ms): qemu-system-x8/21238 ioctl(fd: 13<anon_inode:kvm-vm>, cmd: KVM_SIGNAL_MSI, arg: 0x563c83379d70) = 1
         46829.292 (249.860 ms): CPU 0/KVM/21276  ... [continued]: ioctl()) = 0
        ^C
      [root@jouet linux]#
      
      Since there are clashes in _IOC_NR() for some cases, notably ioctls with
      PPC_ and ARM_ in its name and some that depend on some internal state to
      be valid, but use the same number as others, those were removed in the
      shell script that builds the table, tools/perf/trace/beauty/kvm_ioctl.sh.
      
      Since so far we're supporting only x86 in the 'cmd' ioctl arg beautifier
      in perf trace, we can leave fully supporting these ioctls for later.
      
      There are some more to handle here, notably the one for /dev/vhost-net, will
      come later.
      
      Cc: Adrian Hunter <adrian.hunter@intel.com>
      Cc: David Ahern <dsahern@gmail.com>
      Cc: Jiri Olsa <jolsa@kernel.org>
      Cc: Namhyung Kim <namhyung@kernel.org>
      Cc: Paolo Bonzini <pbonzini@redhat.com>
      Cc: Radim Krčmář <rkrcmar@redhat.com>
      Cc: Wang Nan <wangnan0@huawei.com>
      Link: http://lkml.kernel.org/n/tip-zxhebe579n338d7qrnjoctes@git.kernel.orgSigned-off-by: default avatarArnaldo Carvalho de Melo <acme@redhat.com>
      45717b7f
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      perf trace beautify ioctl: Beautify sound ioctl's 'cmd' arg · 2c3e9629
      Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo authored
      This time we try a new approach, using a copy of uapi/sound/asound.h we
      auto generate the string tables, then include it in the ioctl cmd
      beautifier.
      
      This way either the sound developers will add the new commands to the
      tools/ copy, like is happening with other areas of tools/include/ (bpf.h
      comes to mind), or we'll be notified when building perf that our copy
      drifted.
      
      E.g.:
      
        # perf trace -p 22084 -e ioctl 2>&1 | head -5
           0.000 ( 0.068 ms): alsa-sink-ALC3/22084 ioctl(fd: 49</dev/snd/pcmC1D0p>, cmd: SNDRV_PCM_HWSYNC, arg: 0x557f8d7fa0f0) = 0
           0.344 ( 0.041 ms): alsa-sink-ALC3/22084 ioctl(fd: 46</dev/snd/controlC1>, cmd: SNDRV_CTL_ELEM_READ, arg: 0x7fe764018ee0) = 0
           0.403 ( 0.011 ms): alsa-sink-ALC3/22084 ioctl(fd: 49</dev/snd/pcmC1D0p>, cmd: SNDRV_PCM_HWSYNC, arg: 0x557f8d7fa0f0) = 0
           0.427 ( 0.009 ms): alsa-sink-ALC3/22084 ioctl(fd: 49</dev/snd/pcmC1D0p>, cmd: SNDRV_PCM_STATUS_EXT, arg: 0x7fe76c2e0b30) = 0
           2.461 ( 0.042 ms): alsa-sink-ALC3/22084 ioctl(fd: 49</dev/snd/pcmC1D0p>, cmd: SNDRV_PCM_HWSYNC, arg: 0x557f8d7fa0f0) = 0
        #
      
      Cc: Adrian Hunter <adrian.hunter@intel.com>
      Cc: David Ahern <dsahern@gmail.com>
      Cc: Jiri Olsa <jolsa@kernel.org>
      Cc: Namhyung Kim <namhyung@kernel.org>
      Cc: Wang Nan <wangnan0@huawei.com>
      Link: http://lkml.kernel.org/n/tip-8zuyf3e3u6jjcb2xzerw0kdi@git.kernel.orgSigned-off-by: default avatarArnaldo Carvalho de Melo <acme@redhat.com>
      2c3e9629
    • Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo's avatar
      perf trace beauty ioctl: Beautify DRM ioctl cmds · ef9811f0
      Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo authored
      This time we try a new approach, using uapi/drm/ copies of drm.h and
      i915_drm.h we auto generate the string tables, then include it in the
      ioctl cmd beautifier.
      
      This way either the DRM developers will add the new commands to the
      tools/ copy, like is happening with other areas of tools/include/ (bpf.h
      comes to mind), or we'll be notified when building perf that our copy
      drifted.
      
      Either way the time from a new command being added to when 'perf trace'
      gets to know it is greatly shortened, for instance:
      
        # strace -p 22401 -e ioctl
        ioctl(8, DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_BUSY, 0x7ffc934f7600) = 0
        ioctl(8, DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_SET_DOMAIN, 0x7ffc934f7550) = 0
        ioctl(8, DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_SW_FINISH, 0x7ffc934f76e0) = 0
        ioctl(8, DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_SW_FINISH, 0x7ffc934f7780) = 0
        ioctl(8, _IOC(_IOC_READ|_IOC_WRITE, 0x64, 0x69, 0x40), 0x7ffc934f7700) = 0
        ioctl(8, DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_SET_DOMAIN, 0x7ffc934f7780) = 0
        ioctl(8, DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_MADVISE, 0x7ffc934f76f0) = 0
        ioctl(8, DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_BUSY, 0x7ffc934f76c0) = 0
        ioctl(8, DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_MADVISE, 0x7ffc934f76b0) = 0
        ioctl(8, DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_SET_DOMAIN, 0x7ffc934f76d0) = 0
        ioctl(8, DRM_IOCTL_MODE_ADDFB, 0x7ffc934f7880) = 0
        ioctl(8, DRM_IOCTL_MODE_PAGE_FLIP, 0x7ffc934f77d0) = 0
        ^Cstrace: Process 22401 detached
      
      versus:
      
        # perf trace -p 22401 -e ioctl
        1010.856 (0.006 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: DRM_I915_GEM_BUSY, arg: 0x7ffc934f7600) = 0
        1010.865 (0.003 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: DRM_I915_GEM_SET_DOMAIN, arg: 0x7ffc934f7550) = 0
        1010.872 (0.002 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: DRM_I915_GEM_SW_FINISH, arg: 0x7ffc934f76e0) = 0
        1010.939 (0.015 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: DRM_I915_GEM_SW_FINISH, arg: 0x7ffc934f7780) = 0
        1010.959 (0.085 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: DRM_I915_GEM_EXECBUFFER2, arg: 0x7ffc934f7700) = 0
        1011.048 (0.003 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: DRM_I915_GEM_SET_DOMAIN, arg: 0x7ffc934f7780) = 0
        1011.056 (0.002 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: DRM_I915_GEM_MADVISE, arg: 0x7ffc934f76f0) = 0
        1011.060 (0.002 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: DRM_I915_GEM_BUSY, arg: 0x7ffc934f76c0) = 0
        1011.064 (0.003 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: DRM_I915_GEM_MADVISE, arg: 0x7ffc934f76b0) = 0
        1011.068 (0.002 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: DRM_I915_GEM_SET_DOMAIN, arg: 0x7ffc934f76d0) = 0
        1011.074 (0.009 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: DRM_MODE_ADDFB, arg: 0x7ffc934f7880 ) = 0
        1011.096 (0.072 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: DRM_MODE_PAGE_FLIP, arg: 0x7ffc934f77d0) = 0
      ^C[root@jouet linux]#
      
      Cc: Adrian Hunter <adrian.hunter@intel.com>
      Cc: David Ahern <dsahern@gmail.com>
      Cc: Jiri Olsa <jolsa@kernel.org>
      Cc: Namhyung Kim <namhyung@kernel.org>
      Cc: Wang Nan <wangnan0@huawei.com>
      Link: http://lkml.kernel.org/n/tip-mly2d7v9kf28rso81dijbixq@git.kernel.orgSigned-off-by: default avatarArnaldo Carvalho de Melo <acme@redhat.com>
      ef9811f0
    • Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo's avatar
      perf trace beauty ioctl: Improve 'cmd' beautifier · 1cc47f2d
      Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo authored
      By using the _IOC_(DIR,NR,TYPE,SIZE) macros to lookup a 'type' keyed
      table that then gets indexed by 'nr', falling back to a notation similar
      to the one used by 'strace', only more compact, i.e.:
      
         474.356 ( 0.007 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: (READ|WRITE, 0x64, 0xae, 0x1c), arg: 0x7ffc934f7880) = 0
         474.369 ( 0.053 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: (READ|WRITE, 0x64, 0xb0, 0x18), arg: 0x7ffc934f77d0) = 0
         505.055 ( 0.014 ms): gnome-shell/22401 ioctl(fd: 8</dev/dri/card0>, cmd: (READ|WRITE, 0x64, 0xaf, 0x4), arg: 0x7ffc934f741c) = 0
      
      This also moves it out of builtin-trace.c and into trace/beauty/ioctl.c
      to better compartimentalize all these formatters.
      
      Cc: Adrian Hunter <adrian.hunter@intel.com>
      Cc: David Ahern <dsahern@gmail.com>
      Cc: Jiri Olsa <jolsa@kernel.org>
      Cc: Namhyung Kim <namhyung@kernel.org>
      Cc: Wang Nan <wangnan0@huawei.com>
      Link: http://lkml.kernel.org/n/tip-s3enursdxsvnhdomh6qlte4g@git.kernel.orgSigned-off-by: default avatarArnaldo Carvalho de Melo <acme@redhat.com>
      1cc47f2d