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iotrace: fix behaviour when buffer is full

Don't continue updating the offset when buffer is full.
When the buffer size exhausts and there's no space left to write
warn the user and update only the needed size and not both the
offset and needed size.

Add needed buffer size information in the iotrace command.

Signed-off-by: Ramon Fried <ramon.fried@gmail.com>
tags/2020-06-01
Ramon Fried 2 years ago
committed by Tom Rini
parent
commit
e0212dfa13
3 changed files with 20 additions and 9 deletions
  1. +6
    -5
      cmd/iotrace.c
  2. +11
    -2
      common/iotrace.c
  3. +3
    -2
      include/iotrace.h

+ 6
- 5
cmd/iotrace.c View File

@@ -9,12 +9,13 @@

static void do_print_stats(void)
{
ulong start, size, offset, count;
ulong start, size, needed_size, offset, count;

printf("iotrace is %sabled\n", iotrace_get_enabled() ? "en" : "dis");
iotrace_get_buffer(&start, &size, &offset, &count);
iotrace_get_buffer(&start, &size, &needed_size, &offset, &count);
printf("Start: %08lx\n", start);
printf("Size: %08lx\n", size);
printf("Actual Size: %08lx\n", size);
printf("Needed Size: %08lx\n", needed_size);
iotrace_get_region(&start, &size);
printf("Region: %08lx\n", start);
printf("Size: %08lx\n", size);
@@ -26,11 +27,11 @@ static void do_print_stats(void)

static void do_print_trace(void)
{
ulong start, size, offset, count;
ulong start, size, needed_size, offset, count;

struct iotrace_record *cur_record;

iotrace_get_buffer(&start, &size, &offset, &count);
iotrace_get_buffer(&start, &size, &needed_size, &offset, &count);

if (!start || !size || !count)
return;


+ 11
- 2
common/iotrace.c View File

@@ -15,7 +15,8 @@ DECLARE_GLOBAL_DATA_PTR;
* struct iotrace - current trace status and checksum
*
* @start: Start address of iotrace buffer
* @size: Size of iotrace buffer in bytes
* @size: Actual size of iotrace buffer in bytes
* @needed_size: Needed of iotrace buffer in bytes
* @offset: Current write offset into iotrace buffer
* @region_start: Address of IO region to trace
* @region_size: Size of region to trace. if 0 will trace all address space
@@ -25,6 +26,7 @@ DECLARE_GLOBAL_DATA_PTR;
static struct iotrace {
ulong start;
ulong size;
ulong needed_size;
ulong offset;
ulong region_start;
ulong region_size;
@@ -55,7 +57,12 @@ static void add_record(int flags, const void *ptr, ulong value)
rec = (struct iotrace_record *)map_sysmem(
iotrace.start + iotrace.offset,
sizeof(value));
} else {
WARN_ONCE(1, "WARNING: iotrace buffer exhausted, please check needed length using \"iotrace stats\"\n");
iotrace.needed_size += sizeof(struct iotrace_record);
return;
}

rec->timestamp = timer_get_us();
rec->flags = flags;
rec->addr = map_to_sysmem(ptr);
@@ -65,6 +72,7 @@ static void add_record(int flags, const void *ptr, ulong value)
iotrace.crc32 = crc32(iotrace.crc32, (unsigned char *)rec,
sizeof(*rec));

iotrace.needed_size += sizeof(struct iotrace_record);
iotrace.offset += sizeof(struct iotrace_record);
}

@@ -162,10 +170,11 @@ void iotrace_set_buffer(ulong start, ulong size)
iotrace.crc32 = 0;
}

void iotrace_get_buffer(ulong *start, ulong *size, ulong *offset, ulong *count)
void iotrace_get_buffer(ulong *start, ulong *size, ulong *needed_size, ulong *offset, ulong *count)
{
*start = iotrace.start;
*size = iotrace.size;
*needed_size = iotrace.needed_size;
*offset = iotrace.offset;
*count = iotrace.offset / sizeof(struct iotrace_record);
}

+ 3
- 2
include/iotrace.h View File

@@ -146,11 +146,12 @@ void iotrace_set_buffer(ulong start, ulong size);
* iotrace_get_buffer() - Get buffer information
*
* @start: Returns start address of buffer
* @size: Returns size of buffer in bytes
* @size: Returns actual size of buffer in bytes
* @needed_size: Returns needed size of buffer in bytes
* @offset: Returns the byte offset where the next output trace record will
* @count: Returns the number of trace records recorded
* be written (or would be if the buffer was large enough)
*/
void iotrace_get_buffer(ulong *start, ulong *size, ulong *offset, ulong *count);
void iotrace_get_buffer(ulong *start, ulong *size, ulong *needed_size, ulong *offset, ulong *count);

#endif /* __IOTRACE_H */

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