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SubjectRe: [PATCH] x86/resctrl: Preserve CDP enable over cpuhp
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Hi James,

On 2/13/2020 9:42 AM, James Morse wrote:
> Hi Reinette,
>
> On 12/02/2020 22:53, Reinette Chatre wrote:
>> On 2/12/2020 10:53 AM, James Morse wrote:
>>> Resctrl assumes that all cpus are online when the filesystem is
>>
>> Please take care throughout to use CPU/CPUs
>
> Capitals, sure. (or did I miss a plural somewhere...)

Yes, the capitals. Thank you.

>>> mounted, and that cpus remember their CDP-enabled state over cpu
>>> hotplug.
>>>
>>> This goes wrong when resctrl's CDP-enabled state changes while all
>>> the cpus in a domain are offline.
>>>
>>> When a domain comes online, enable (or disable!) CDP to match resctrl's
>>> current setting.
>>>
>>> Fixes: 5ff193fbde20 ("x86/intel_rdt: Add basic resctrl filesystem support")
>>> Signed-off-by: James Morse <james.morse@arm.com>
>>>
>>> ---
>>>
>>> Seen on a 'Intel(R) Xeon(R) Gold 5120T CPU @ 2.20GHz' from lenovo, taking
>>> all the cores in one package offline, umount/mount to toggle CDP then
>>> bringing them back: the first core to come online still has the old
>>> CDP state.
>>>
>>> This will get called more often than is desirable (worst:3/domain)
>>> but this is better than on every cpu in the domain. Unless someone
>>> can spot a better place to hook it in?
>>
>> From what I can tell this solution is indeed called for every CPU, and
>> more so, for every capable resource associated with each CPU:
>> resctrl_online_cpu() is called for each CPU and it in turn runs ...
>>
>> for_each_capable_rdt_resource(r)
>> domain_add_cpu()
>>
>> ... from where the new code is called.
>
> Indeed, but the domain_reconfigure_cdp() is after:
>
> | d = rdt_find_domain(r, id, &add_pos);
> [...]
> | if (d) {
> | cpumask_set_cpu(cpu, &d->cpu_mask);
> | return;
> | }
>
> Any second CPU that comes through domain_add_cpu() will find the domain created by the
> first, and add itself to d->cpu_mask. Only the first CPU gets to allocate a domain and
> reset the ctrlvals, and now reconfigure cdp.

Indeed, I missed that, thank you.

> It is called for each capable resource in that domain, so once for each of the
> BOTH/CODE/DATA caches. I can't spot anywhere to hook this in that is only called once per
> really-exists domain. I guess passing the resource, to try and filter out the duplicates
> fixes the 3x.
>
> (MPAM does some origami with all this to merge the BOTH/CODE/DATA stuff for what becomes
> the arch code interface to resctrl.)
>
>
>>> diff --git a/arch/x86/kernel/cpu/resctrl/core.c b/arch/x86/kernel/cpu/resctrl/core.c
>>> index 89049b343c7a..1210cb65e6d3 100644
>>> --- a/arch/x86/kernel/cpu/resctrl/core.c
>>> +++ b/arch/x86/kernel/cpu/resctrl/core.c
>>> @@ -541,6 +541,25 @@ static int domain_setup_mon_state(struct rdt_resource *r, struct rdt_domain *d)
>>> return 0;
>>> }
>>>
>>> +/* resctrl's use of CDP may have changed while this domain slept */
>>> +static void domain_reconfigure_cdp(void)
>>> +{
>>> + bool cdp_enable;
>>> + struct rdt_resource *r;
>>
>> (Please note that this area uses reverse-fir tree ordering.)
>>
>>> +
>>> + lockdep_assert_held(&rdtgroup_mutex);
>>> +
>>> + r = &rdt_resources_all[RDT_RESOURCE_L2];
>>> + cdp_enable = !r->alloc_enabled;
>>
>> This logic can become confusing. Also remember that L2 or L3 resources
>> supporting allocation are not required to support CDP. There are
>> existing products that support allocation without supporting CDP.
>
> Ah, yes. So on a non-CDP-capable system, we try to disable CDP because it wasn't enabled.
> Oops.
>
>
>> The
>> goal is to configure CDP correctly on a resource that supports CDP and
>> for that there are the L2DATA, L2CODE, L3DATA, and L3CODE resources.> These resources have their "alloc_capable" set if they support CDP and
>> "alloc_enabled" set when CDP is enabled.
>>
>> Would it be possible to have a helper to correctly enable/disable CDP> only for resources that support CDP?
>
> (Making CDP a global property which the arch code then enables it on the resources that
> support it when resctrl switches to its odd/even mode? Sounds like a great idea!)
>
>
>> This helper could have "cpu" in its
>> name to distinguish it from the other system-wide helpers.
>
> (not domain? I thought this MSR was somehow the same register on all the CPUs in a package)

The MSR scope tends to follow the scope of the resource. The L3 QOS_CFG
register is thus expected to be the same register on all the CPUs in a
package following the scope of the L3 cache, while the L2 QOS_CFG
register is expected to have the same scope as the L2 cache. I believe
that is what you meant though when asking about the domain. You are
correct and "domain" is the accurate choice.

>>> + if (r->alloc_capable)
>>> + l2_qos_cfg_update(&cdp_enable);
>>
>> Since this will run on any system that supports L2 allocation it will
>> attempt to disable CDP on a system that does not support CDP. I do not
>> think this is the right thing to do.
>
> Yup, I'd forgotten it was optional as it is supported on both machines I've seen.
>
> Changing it to use one of the CODE/DATA versions would take that into account.
> It becomes:
>
> r_cdp = &rdt_resources_all[RDT_RESOURCE_L3CODE];
> if (r_cdp->alloc_capable)
> l3_qos_cfg_update(&r_cdp->alloc_enabled);

Indeed, since the CODE/DATA variants of the resource follow each other
only testing one would be sufficient.

>>> @@ -578,6 +597,8 @@ static void domain_add_cpu(int cpu, struct rdt_resource *r)
>>> d->id = id;
>>> cpumask_set_cpu(cpu, &d->cpu_mask);
>>>
>>> + domain_reconfigure_cdp();
>>> +
>>
>> domain_add_cpu() is called for each resource associated with each CPU.
>> It seems that this reconfiguration could be moved up to
>> resctrl_online_cpu() and not be run as many times. (One hint that this
>> could be done is that this new function is not using any of the
>> parameters passed from resctrl_online_cpu() to domain_add_cpu().)
>
> Moving it above domain_add_cpu()'s bail-out for online-ing to an existing domain causes it
> to run per-cpu instead. This was the only spot I could find that 'knows' this is a new
> domain, thus it might need that MSR re-sycing.
>
> Yes, none of the arguments are used as CDP-enabled really ought to be a global system
> property.
>
>
>> The re-configuring of CDP would still be done for each CPU as it comes
>> online.
>
> I don't think that happens, surely per-cpu is worse than 3x per-domain.
>

You are right. I do think it is possible to run just once per domain
though ... more below.

>
>>> diff --git a/arch/x86/kernel/cpu/resctrl/internal.h b/arch/x86/kernel/cpu/resctrl/internal.h
>>> index 181c992f448c..29c92d3e93f5 100644
>>> --- a/arch/x86/kernel/cpu/resctrl/internal.h
>>> +++ b/arch/x86/kernel/cpu/resctrl/internal.h
>>> @@ -602,4 +602,7 @@ void __check_limbo(struct rdt_domain *d, bool force_free);
>>> bool cbm_validate_intel(char *buf, u32 *data, struct rdt_resource *r);
>>> bool cbm_validate_amd(char *buf, u32 *data, struct rdt_resource *r);
>>>
>>> +void l3_qos_cfg_update(void *arg);
>>> +void l2_qos_cfg_update(void *arg);
>>> +
>>
>> The new helper could be located in this same area with all the other CDP
>> related functions and it will just be the one helper exported.
>
> ... I think you're describing adding:
>
> void rdt_domain_reconfigure_cdp(struct rdt_resource *r)
> {
> struct rdt_resource *r_cdp;
>
> lockdep_assert_held(&rdtgroup_mutex);
>
> if (r->rid != RDT_RESOURCE_L2 && r->rid != RDT_RESOURCE_L3)
> return;
>
> r_cdp = &rdt_resources_all[RDT_RESOURCE_L2CODE];
> if (r_cdp->alloc_capable)
> l2_qos_cfg_update(&r_cdp->alloc_enabled);
>
> r_cdp = &rdt_resources_all[RDT_RESOURCE_L3CODE];
> if (r_cdp->alloc_capable)
> l3_qos_cfg_update(&r_cdp->alloc_enabled);
> }
>
> to rdtgroup.c and using that from core.c?

If I understand this correctly the CDP configuration will be done twice
for each CDP resource, and four times for each CDP resource on a system
supporting both L2 and L3 CDP. I think it is possible to do
configuration once for each. Also take care on systems that support MBA
that would not be caught by the first if statement. A system supporting
MBA and CDP may thus attempt the configuration even more. It should be
possible to use the resource parameter for a positive test and then just
let the other resources fall through? Considering this, what do you
think of something like below?

void rdt_domain_reconfigure_cdp(struct rdt_resource *r)
{
if (!r->alloc_capable)
return;

if (r == &rdt_resources_all[RDT_RESOURCE_L2DATA])
l2_qos_cfg_update(&r->alloc_enabled);

if (r == &rdt_resources_all[RDT_RESOURCE_L3DATA])
l3_qos_cfg_update(&r->alloc_enabled);
}


>
> I think domain in the name is important to hint you only need to call it once per domain,
> as set_cache_qos_cfg() does today.

I agree. Thank you for pointing this out.

Reinette


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