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Subject[RESEND PATCH 4.0-rc7 v20 0/6] irq/arm: Implement arch_trigger_all_cpu_backtrace
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Jason/Thomas:
Any chance of taking the first five of these patches via the irqchip
route? The x86 patch has an ack from Ingo, printk has no explicit
maintainer and I've done plenty of bisectability tests on the patchset
so leaving the last patch for the next dev. cycle should be no
trouble.

This patchset modifies the GIC driver to allow it, on supported
platforms, to route IPI interrupts to FIQ. It then uses this
feature to implement arch_trigger_all_cpu_backtrace for arm.
In order to neatly bring in the changes for the arm we also rearrange
some of the existing x86 NMI code to make it architecture neutral.

The patchset http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.kernel/1897765 , which
makes sched_clock() NMI/FIQ-safe, is a prerequisite for the sixth and
final patch in the series. It is already included in tip.git
(timers/core).

The patches have been runtime tested on two systems capable of
supporting FIQ (Freescale i.MX6 and STiH416) and two that do not
(vexpress-a9 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 600), the changes to the x86
logic were tested on qemu and all patches have been compile tested
on x86, arm and arm64.

Note: On platforms not capable of supporting FIQ, the IPI to generate a
backtrace will fall back to using IRQ for propagation instead.
The backtrace logic contains a timeout to we will not permanently
wedge the requesting CPU if other CPUs are not responsive.

v20:

* Fixed bad coding style (removed "if (0 != func())") (Steven Rostedt
and Borislav Petkov).
* Rebased on v4.0-rc7.

v19:

* Remove redundant memory barrier inherited from the x86 code (Steven
Rostedt).

v18:

* Move printk_nmi_ functions out of printk.c and into their own
file, nmi_callback.c (Joe Perches/Steven Rostedt).

* Rename printk_nmi_ functions so their name matches their new home
(Joe Perches)

v17:

* Rename bl_migration_lock/unlock to gic_migration_lock/unlock
(Nicolas Pitre).

v16:

* Significant clean up of the printk patches (Thomas Gleixner).
Replacing macros with real functions, CONFIG_ARCH_WANT_NMI_PRINTK
-> CONFIG_PRINTK_NMI, prefixing global functions with printk_nmi,
removing pointless exports, removing cpu_mask from the interfaces,
removal of just-in-time initialization of trace buffers, prevented
call sites having to save state, rolled up variable declarations
into single lines.

* Dropped the sched_clock() patches from *this* patchset and managed
them separately (http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.kernel/1879261 ).
The cross-dependancies between the patches are minimal; the backtrace
code only calls sched_clock() if we are ftracing and backtracing is
normally only triggered to report information about about a broken
system (although users can type SysRq-l for amusement, most use it
to find out why the system it dead).

* Squashed together the final two patches. Essentially these duplicated
the x86 code and slavishly avoided changing it before, in the next
patch, fixing it to work better on ARM. It seems better that the code
just works first time!

v15:

* Added a patch to make sched_clock safe to call from NMI (Stephen
Boyd). Note that sched_clock() is not called by the NMI handlers that
have been added for the arm but it could be called if tools such as
ftrace are deployed.

* Fixed some warnings picked up during bisectability testing.

v14:

* Moved a nmi_vprintk() and friends from arch/x86/kernel/apic/hw_nmi.c
to printk.c (Steven Rostedt)

v13:

* Updated the code to print the backtrace to replicate Steven Rostedt's
x86 work to make SysRq-l safe. This is pretty much a total rewrite of
patches 4 and 5.

v12:

* Squash first two patches into a single one and re-describe
(Thomas Gleixner).

* Improve description of "irqchip: gic: Make gic_raise_softirq FIQ-safe"
(Thomas Gleixner).

v11:

* Optimized gic_raise_softirq() by replacing a register read with
a memory read (Jason Cooper).

v10:

* Add a further patch to optimize away some of the locking on systems
where CONFIG_BL_SWITCHER is not set (Marc Zyngier). Compiles OK with
exynos_defconfig (which is the only defconfig to set this option).

* Whitespace fixes in patch 4. That patch previously used spaces for
alignment of new constants but the rest of the file used tabs.

v9:

* Improved documentation and structure of initial patch (now initial
two patches) to make gic_raise_softirq() safe to call from FIQ
(Thomas Gleixner).

* Avoid masking interrupts during gic_raise_softirq(). The use of the
read lock makes this redundant (because we can safely re-enter the
function).

v8:

* Fixed build on arm64 causes by a spurious include file in irq-gic.c.

v7-2 (accidentally released twice with same number):

* Fixed boot regression on vexpress-a9 (reported by Russell King).

* Rebased on v3.18-rc3; removed one patch from set that is already
included in mainline.

* Dropped arm64/fiq.h patch from the set (still useful but not related
to issuing backtraces).

v7:

* Re-arranged code within the patch series to fix a regression
introduced midway through the series and corrected by a later patch
(testing by Olof's autobuilder). Tested offending patch in isolation
using defconfig identified by the autobuilder.

v6:

* Renamed svc_entry's call_trace argument to just trace (example code
from Russell King).

* Fixed mismatched ENDPROC() in __fiq_abt (example code from Russell
King).

* Modified usr_entry to optional avoid calling into the trace code and
used this in FIQ entry from usr path. Modified corresponding exit code
to avoid calling into trace code and the scheduler (example code from
Russell King).

* Ensured the default FIQ register state is restored when the default
FIQ handler is reinstalled (example code from Russell King).

* Renamed no_fiq_insn to dfl_fiq_insn to reflect the effect of adopting
a default FIQ handler.

* Re-instated fiq_safe_migration_lock and associated logic in
gic_raise_softirq(). gic_raise_softirq() is called by wake_up_klogd()
in the console unlock logic.

v5:

* Rebased on 3.17-rc4.

* Removed a spurious line from the final "glue it together" patch
that broke the build.

v4:

* Replaced push/pop with stmfd/ldmfd respectively (review of Nicolas
Pitre).

* Really fix bad pt_regs pointer generation in __fiq_abt.

* Remove fiq_safe_migration_lock and associated logic in
gic_raise_softirq() (review of Russell King)

* Restructured to introduce the default FIQ handler first, before the
new features (review of Russell King).

v3:

* Removed redundant header guards from arch/arm64/include/asm/fiq.h
(review of Catalin Marinas).

* Moved svc_exit_via_fiq macro to entry-header.S (review of Nicolas
Pitre).

v2:

* Restructured to sit nicely on a similar FYI patchset from Russell
King. It now effectively replaces the work in progress final patch
with something much more complete.

* Implemented (and tested) a Thumb-2 implementation of svc_exit_via_fiq
(review of Nicolas Pitre)

* Dropped the GIC group 0 workaround patch. The issue of FIQ interrupts
being acknowledged by the IRQ handler does still exist but should be
harmless because the IRQ handler will still wind up calling
ipi_cpu_backtrace().

* Removed any dependency on CONFIG_FIQ; all cpu backtrace effectively
becomes a platform feature (although the use of non-maskable
interrupts to implement it is best effort rather than guaranteed).

* Better comments highlighting usage of RAZ/WI registers (and parts of
registers) in the GIC code.

Changes *before* v1:

* This patchset is a hugely cut-down successor to "[PATCH v11 00/19]
arm: KGDB NMI/FIQ support". Thanks to Thomas Gleixner for suggesting
the new structure. For historic details see:
https://lkml.org/lkml/2014/9/2/227

* Fix bug in __fiq_abt (no longer passes a bad struct pt_regs value).
In fixing this we also remove the useless indirection previously
found in the fiq_handler macro.

* Make default fiq handler "always on" by migrating from fiq.c to
traps.c and replace do_unexp_fiq with the new handler (review
of Russell King).

* Add arm64 version of fiq.h (review of Russell King)

* Removed conditional branching and code from irq-gic.c, this is
replaced by much simpler code that relies on the GIC specification's
heavy use of read-as-zero/write-ignored (review of Russell King)


Daniel Thompson (6):
irqchip: gic: Optimize locking in gic_raise_softirq
irqchip: gic: Make gic_raise_softirq FIQ-safe
irqchip: gic: Introduce plumbing for IPI FIQ
printk: Simple implementation for NMI backtracing
x86/nmi: Use common printk functions
ARM: Add support for on-demand backtrace of other CPUs

arch/arm/Kconfig | 1 +
arch/arm/include/asm/hardirq.h | 2 +-
arch/arm/include/asm/irq.h | 5 +
arch/arm/include/asm/smp.h | 3 +
arch/arm/kernel/smp.c | 82 ++++++++++++++++
arch/arm/kernel/traps.c | 8 +-
arch/x86/Kconfig | 1 +
arch/x86/kernel/apic/hw_nmi.c | 104 ++------------------
drivers/irqchip/irq-gic.c | 203 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++---
include/linux/irqchip/arm-gic.h | 8 ++
include/linux/printk.h | 20 ++++
init/Kconfig | 3 +
kernel/printk/Makefile | 1 +
kernel/printk/nmi_backtrace.c | 147 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
14 files changed, 476 insertions(+), 112 deletions(-)
create mode 100644 kernel/printk/nmi_backtrace.c

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2.1.0



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