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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3 4/7] tracing: Add conditional snapshot
On Thu, Aug 09, 2018 at 09:34:14AM -0500, Tom Zanussi wrote:
> From: Tom Zanussi <tom.zanussi@linux.intel.com>
>
> Currently, tracing snapshots are context-free - they capture the ring
> buffer contents at the time the tracing_snapshot() function was
> invoked, and nothing else. Additionally, they're always taken
> unconditionally - the calling code can decide whether or not to take a
> snapshot, but the data used to make that decision is kept separately
> from the snapshot itself.
>
> This change adds the ability to associate with each trace instance
> some user data, along with an 'update' function that can use that data
> to determine whether or not to actually take a snapshot. The update
> function can then update that data along with any other state (as part
> of the data presumably), if warranted.
>
> Because snapshots are 'global' per-instance, only one user can enable
> and use a conditional snapshot for any given trace instance. To
> enable a conditional snapshot (see details in the function and data
> structure comments), the user calls tracing_snapshot_cond_enable().
> Similarly, to disable a conditional snapshot and free it up for other
> users, tracing_snapshot_cond_disable() should be called.
>
> To actually initiate a conditional snapshot, tracing_snapshot_cond()
> should be called. tracing_snapshot_cond() will invoke the update()
> callback, allowing the user to decide whether or not to actually take
> the snapshot and update the user-defined data associated with the
> snapshot. If the callback returns 'true', tracing_snapshot_cond()
> will then actually take the snapshot and return.
>
> This scheme allows for flexibility in snapshot implementations - for
> example, by implementing slightly different update() callbacks,
> snapshots can be taken in situations where the user is only interested
> in taking a snapshot when a new maximum in hit versus when a value
> changes in any way at all. Future patches will demonstrate both
> cases.
>
> Signed-off-by: Tom Zanussi <tom.zanussi@linux.intel.com>
> ---

[SNIP]
> @@ -1741,9 +1788,16 @@ static inline bool event_command_needs_rec(struct event_command *cmd_ops)
> return cmd_ops->flags & EVENT_CMD_FL_NEEDS_REC;
> }
>
> +typedef bool (*cond_update)(struct trace_array *tr, void *cond_data);
> +

I think it's better having "fn_t" suffix like 'cond_update_fn_t'.

Thanks,
Namhyung


> extern int trace_event_enable_disable(struct trace_event_file *file,
> int enable, int soft_disable);
> extern int tracing_alloc_snapshot(void);
> +extern void tracing_snapshot_cond(struct trace_array *tr, void *cond_data);
> +extern int tracing_snapshot_cond_enable(struct trace_array *tr, void *cond_data, cond_update update);
> +
> +extern int tracing_snapshot_cond_disable(struct trace_array *tr);
> +extern void *tracing_cond_snapshot_data(struct trace_array *tr);
>
> extern const char *__start___trace_bprintk_fmt[];
> extern const char *__stop___trace_bprintk_fmt[];

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