source: libcfa/src/concurrency/kernel.hfa

Last change on this file was 639e4fc, checked in by Thierry Delisle <tdelisle@…>, 3 months ago

Changed cluster link to use explicit type to avoid anonymous names in symbols gdb cares about

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1//
2// Cforall Version 1.0.0 Copyright (C) 2016 University of Waterloo
3//
4// The contents of this file are covered under the licence agreement in the
5// file "LICENCE" distributed with Cforall.
6//
7// kernel -- Header containing the core of the kernel API
8//
9// Author           : Thierry Delisle
10// Created On       : Tue Jan 17 12:27:26 2017
11// Last Modified By : Peter A. Buhr
12// Last Modified On : Tue Feb  4 12:29:26 2020
13// Update Count     : 22
14//
15
16#pragma once
17
18#include "invoke.h"
19#include "time_t.hfa"
20#include "coroutine.hfa"
21
22#include "containers/list.hfa"
23
24extern "C" {
25        #include <bits/pthreadtypes.h>
26        #include <pthread.h>
27        #include <linux/types.h>
28}
29
30#ifdef __CFA_WITH_VERIFY__
31        extern bool __cfaabi_dbg_in_kernel();
32#endif
33
34//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
35// I/O
36struct cluster;
37struct io_context$;
38struct io_arbiter$;
39
40struct io_context_params {
41        int num_entries;
42};
43
44void  ?{}(io_context_params & this);
45
46//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
47// Processor
48extern struct cluster * mainCluster;
49
50// Coroutine used py processors for the 2-step context switch
51
52struct processorCtx_t {
53        struct coroutine$ self;
54        struct processor * proc;
55};
56
57struct io_future_t;
58
59// Information needed for idle sleep
60struct __fd_waitctx {
61        // semaphore/future like object
62        // values can be 0, 1 or some file descriptor.
63        // 0 - is the default state
64        // 1 - means the proc should wake-up immediately
65        // FD - means the proc is going asleep and should be woken by writing to the FD.
66        //      The FD value should always be the evfd field just below.
67        volatile int sem;
68
69        // The event FD that corresponds to this processor
70        int evfd;
71
72        // Used for debugging, should be removed eventually.
73        volatile unsigned long long wake__time;
74        volatile unsigned long long sleep_time;
75        volatile unsigned long long drain_time;
76};
77
78// Wrapper around kernel threads
79struct __attribute__((aligned(64))) processor {
80        // Cluster from which to get threads
81        struct cluster * cltr;
82
83        // Ready Queue state per processor
84        struct {
85                unsigned short its;
86                unsigned short itr;
87                unsigned id;
88                unsigned target;
89                unsigned last;
90                signed   cpu;
91        } rdq;
92
93        // Set to true to notify the processor should terminate
94        volatile bool do_terminate;
95
96        // Coroutine ctx who does keeps the state of the processor
97        struct processorCtx_t runner;
98
99        // Name of the processor
100        const char * name;
101
102        // Handle to pthreads
103        pthread_t kernel_thread;
104
105        // Unique id for the processor (not per cluster)
106        unsigned unique_id;
107
108        struct {
109                io_context$ * ctx;
110                unsigned target;
111                volatile bool pending;
112                volatile bool dirty;
113        } io;
114
115        // Preemption data
116        // Node which is added in the discrete event simulaiton
117        struct alarm_node_t * preemption_alarm;
118
119        // If true, a preemption was triggered in an unsafe region, the processor must preempt as soon as possible
120        bool pending_preemption;
121
122        // context for idle sleep
123        struct __fd_waitctx idle_wctx;
124
125        // Termination synchronisation (user semaphore)
126        oneshot terminated;
127
128        // pthread Stack
129        void * stack;
130
131        // Link lists fields
132        dlink(processor) link;
133
134        // special init fields
135        // This is needed for memcached integration
136        // once memcached experiments are done this should probably be removed
137        // it is not a particularly safe scheme as it can make processors less homogeneous
138        struct {
139                thread$ * thrd;
140        } init;
141
142        struct KernelThreadData * local_data;
143
144        #if !defined(__CFA_NO_STATISTICS__)
145                int print_stats;
146                bool print_halts;
147        #endif
148
149#ifdef __CFA_DEBUG__
150        // Last function to enable preemption on this processor
151        const char * last_enable;
152#endif
153};
154// P9_EMBEDDED( processor, dlink(processor) )
155static inline tytagref( dlink(processor), dlink(processor) ) ?`inner( processor & this ) {
156        dlink(processor) & b = this.link;
157        tytagref( dlink(processor), dlink(processor) ) result = { b };
158        return result;
159}
160
161void  ?{}(processor & this, const char name[], struct cluster & cltr);
162void ^?{}(processor & this);
163
164static inline void  ?{}(processor & this)                        { this{ "Anonymous Processor", *mainCluster}; }
165static inline void  ?{}(processor & this, struct cluster & cltr) { this{ "Anonymous Processor", cltr}; }
166static inline void  ?{}(processor & this, const char name[])     { this{name, *mainCluster}; }
167
168//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
169// Cluster Tools
170
171// Intrusives lanes which are used by the ready queue
172union __attribute__((aligned(64))) __intrusive_lane_t;
173void  ?{}(__intrusive_lane_t & this);
174void ^?{}(__intrusive_lane_t & this);
175
176// Aligned timestamps which are used by the ready queue and io subsystem
177union __attribute__((aligned(64))) __timestamp_t;
178
179void  ?{}(__timestamp_t & this);
180void ^?{}(__timestamp_t &);
181
182
183struct __attribute__((aligned(16))) __cache_id_t {
184        volatile unsigned id;
185};
186
187// Idle Sleep
188struct __cluster_proc_list {
189        // Spin lock protecting the queue
190        __spinlock_t lock;
191
192        // FD to use to wake a processor
193        struct __fd_waitctx * volatile fdw;
194
195        // Total number of processors
196        unsigned total;
197
198        // Total number of idle processors
199        unsigned idle;
200
201        // List of idle processors
202        dlist(processor) idles;
203
204        // List of active processors
205        dlist(processor) actives;
206};
207
208//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
209// Cluster
210struct __attribute__((aligned(64))) cluster {
211        struct {
212                struct {
213                        // Arary of subqueues
214                        __intrusive_lane_t * data;
215
216                        // Time since subqueues were processed
217                        __timestamp_t * tscs;
218
219                        // Number of subqueue / timestamps
220                        size_t count;
221                } readyQ;
222
223                struct {
224                        // Array of $io_
225                        io_context$ ** data;
226
227                        // Time since subqueues were processed
228                        __timestamp_t * tscs;
229
230                        // Number of I/O subqueues
231                        size_t count;
232                } io;
233
234                // Cache each kernel thread belongs to
235                __cache_id_t * caches;
236        } sched;
237
238        // // Ready queue for threads
239        // __ready_queue_t ready_queue;
240
241        // Name of the cluster
242        const char * name;
243
244        // Preemption rate on this cluster
245        Duration preemption_rate;
246
247        // List of idle processors
248        __cluster_proc_list procs;
249
250        // List of threads
251        __spinlock_t thread_list_lock;
252        dlist(struct thread$, struct __thread_user_link) threads;
253        unsigned int nthreads;
254
255        // Link lists fields
256        struct __dbg_node_cltr {
257                cluster * next;
258                cluster * prev;
259        } node;
260
261        struct {
262                io_arbiter$ * arbiter;
263                io_context_params params;
264        } io;
265
266        struct {
267                struct processor ** procs;
268                unsigned cnt;
269        } managed;
270
271        #if !defined(__CFA_NO_STATISTICS__)
272                struct __stats_t * stats;
273                int print_stats;
274        #endif
275};
276extern Duration default_preemption();
277
278void ?{} (cluster & this, const char name[], Duration preemption_rate, unsigned num_io, const io_context_params & io_params);
279void ^?{}(cluster & this);
280
281static inline void ?{} (cluster & this)                                            { io_context_params default_params;    this{"Anonymous Cluster", default_preemption(), 1, default_params}; }
282static inline void ?{} (cluster & this, Duration preemption_rate)                  { io_context_params default_params;    this{"Anonymous Cluster", preemption_rate, 1, default_params}; }
283static inline void ?{} (cluster & this, const char name[])                         { io_context_params default_params;    this{name, default_preemption(), 1, default_params}; }
284static inline void ?{} (cluster & this, unsigned num_io)                           { io_context_params default_params;    this{"Anonymous Cluster", default_preemption(), num_io, default_params}; }
285static inline void ?{} (cluster & this, Duration preemption_rate, unsigned num_io) { io_context_params default_params;    this{"Anonymous Cluster", preemption_rate, num_io, default_params}; }
286static inline void ?{} (cluster & this, const char name[], unsigned num_io)        { io_context_params default_params;    this{name, default_preemption(), num_io, default_params}; }
287static inline void ?{} (cluster & this, const io_context_params & io_params)                                            { this{"Anonymous Cluster", default_preemption(), 1, io_params}; }
288static inline void ?{} (cluster & this, Duration preemption_rate, const io_context_params & io_params)                  { this{"Anonymous Cluster", preemption_rate, 1, io_params}; }
289static inline void ?{} (cluster & this, const char name[], const io_context_params & io_params)                         { this{name, default_preemption(), 1, io_params}; }
290static inline void ?{} (cluster & this, unsigned num_io, const io_context_params & io_params)                           { this{"Anonymous Cluster", default_preemption(), num_io, io_params}; }
291static inline void ?{} (cluster & this, Duration preemption_rate, unsigned num_io, const io_context_params & io_params) { this{"Anonymous Cluster", preemption_rate, num_io, io_params}; }
292static inline void ?{} (cluster & this, const char name[], unsigned num_io, const io_context_params & io_params)        { this{name, default_preemption(), num_io, io_params}; }
293
294static inline [cluster *&, cluster *& ] __get( cluster & this ) __attribute__((const)) { return this.node.[next, prev]; }
295
296static inline struct processor * active_processor() { return publicTLS_get( this_processor ); } // UNSAFE
297static inline struct cluster   * active_cluster  () { return publicTLS_get( this_processor )->cltr; }
298
299// set the number of internal processors
300// these processors are in addition to any explicitly declared processors
301unsigned set_concurrency( cluster & this, unsigned new_count );
302
303#if !defined(__CFA_NO_STATISTICS__)
304        void print_stats_now( cluster & this, int flags );
305
306        static inline void print_stats_at_exit( cluster & this, int flags ) {
307                this.print_stats |= flags;
308        }
309
310        static inline void print_stats_at_exit( processor & this, int flags ) {
311                this.print_stats |= flags;
312        }
313
314        void print_halts( processor & this );
315#endif
316
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318// mode: c //
319// tab-width: 4 //
320// End: //
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