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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3 0/5] Do repair works for the mapping of cpuid <-> nodeid
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At 03/03/2017 04:32 PM, Dou Liyang wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> My Simple Test Result:
>
> In our box: Fujitsu PQ2000 with 1 nodes for hot-plug.

s/1 nodes/2 nodes in 1 SB which contains CPU, Memory.../

Thanks,
Liyang


>
> Before the patchset:
>
> +-------------------------------------+
> | |
> | NUMA node0 CPU: 0-23,256-279 +------+
> | NUMA node1 CPU: 24-47,280-303 | |
> | | |
> +-------------------------------------+ |
> Hot-plug
> +-------------------------------------+ +
> | | |
> | NUMA Node0: 0-23, 256-279 <------+
> | NUMA Node1: 24-47, 280-303 |
> | NUMA Node2: 64|69, 72-77, 80-85, 88-93...
> | NUMA Node3: 96-101, 104-109, 112-117,...
> | | |
> +-------------------------------------+ |
> Hot-remove
> +-------------------------------------+ |
> | | |
> | NUMA node0 CPU: 0-23,256-279 | |
> | NUMA node1 CPU: 24-47,280-303 +^-----+
> | |
> | |
> +-------------------------------------+
>
> After the patchset:
>
> +-------------------------------------+
> | |
> | NUMA node0 CPU: 0-23,48-71 +------+
> | NUMA node1 CPU: 24-47,72-95 | |
> | | |
> +-------------------------------------+ |
> Hot-plug
> +-------------------------------------+ +
> | | |
> | NUMA node0 CPU: 0-23,48-71 <------+
> | NUMA node1 CPU: 24-47,72-95 |
> | NUMA node2 CPU: 96-143 +------+
> | NUMA node3 CPU: 144-191 | |
> | | |
> +-------------------------------------+ |
> Hot-remove
> +-------------------------------------+ |
> | | |
> | NUMA node0 CPU: 0-23,48-71 | |
> | NUMA node1 CPU: 24-47,72-95 +^-----+
> | |
> | |
> +-------------------------------------+
>
> And I also test some cases in VMs with QEmu.
>
> And When I get more nodes, I will test the whole
> function.
>
> Thanks,
> Liyang.
>
> At 03/03/2017 04:02 PM, Dou Liyang wrote:
>> [Summary]:
>>
>> 1, Revert two commits
>> 2, Fix the order of Logical CPU IDs
>> 3, Move the validation of processor IDs to hot-plug time.
>>
>> The mapping of "cpuid <-> nodeid" is established at boot time via ACPI
>> tables to keep associations of workqueues and other node related items
>> consistent across cpu hotplug as following:
>>
>> Step 1. Make the "Logical CPU ID <-> Processor ID/UID" fixed Using MADT:
>> We generate the logical CPU IDs by the Local APIC/x2APIC IDs orderly and
>> get the mapping of Processor ID/UID <-> Local Apic ID directly in MADT.
>> So, we get the mapping of
>> *Processor ID/UID <-> Local Apic ID <-> Logical CPU ID*
>>
>> Step 2. Make the "Processor ID/UID <-> Node ID(_PXM)" fixed Using DSDT:
>> The maaping of "Processor ID/UID <-> Node ID(_PXM)" is ready-made in
>> each entities. we just use it directly.
>>
>> But, ACPI tables are unreliable and failures with that boot time mapping
>> have been reported on machines where the ACPI table and the physical
>> information which is retrieved at actual hotplug is inconsistent. Here
>> has already two bugs we found:
>>
>> 1. Duplicated Processor IDs in DSDT.
>> It has been fixed by commits:
>> '8e089eaa1999 ("acpi: Provide mechanism to validate processors
>> in the ACPI tables")' and 'fd74da217df7 ("acpi: Validate processor id
>> when mapping the processor")'
>>
>> 2. The _PXM in DSDT is inconsistent with the one in MADT.
>> It may cause the bug, which is shown in:
>> https://lkml.org/lkml/2017/2/12/200
>>
>> And one phenomenon is happened in some specific boxes:
>>
>> 1. The logical CPU IDs is discrete. Such as:
>> Node2: 64-69, 72-77, 80-85, 88-93,...
>>
>> There may be more strange things happened in the futher. We shouldn't
>> just
>> only fix them everytime, we should solve this problem from the source to
>> avoid such problems happened again and again.
>>
>> Find a simple and easy way:
>>
>> 1. Do the step 1 when the CPU flag is enabled
>> 2. Do the step 2 at hot-plug time, not at boot time when we did some
>> useless work.
>>
>> It also can make the mapping of "cpuid <-> nodeid" fixed and avoid
>> excessive using of the ACPI tables.
>>
>> Change log:
>> v2 -> v3: 1. rewirte the changelogs
>> copy the changelogs Thomas Gleixner <tglx@linutronix.de>
>> rewrite for the patch 1,2,4,5.
>> 2. s/duplicate_processor_id()/acpi_duplicate_processor_id().
>> by Thomas Gleixner <tglx@linutronix.de>'s advice.
>> 3. modify the error handle in acpi_processor_ids_walk()
>> by Thomas Gleixner <tglx@linutronix.de>'s advice.
>> 4. add a new patch for restoring the order of CPU IDs
>>
>> v1 -> v2: 1. fix some comments.
>> 2. add the verification of duplicate processor id.
>>
>> Dou Liyang (5):
>> Revert"x86/acpi: Set persistent cpuid <-> nodeid mapping when booting"
>> Revert"x86/acpi: Enable MADT APIs to return disabled apicids"
>> x86/acpi: Restore the order of CPU IDs
>> acpi/processor: Implement DEVICE operator for processor enumeration
>> acpi/processor: Check for duplicate processor ids at hotplug time
>>
>> arch/x86/kernel/acpi/boot.c | 9 ++-
>> arch/x86/kernel/apic/apic.c | 26 +++------
>> drivers/acpi/acpi_processor.c | 57 +++++++++++++-----
>> drivers/acpi/bus.c | 1 -
>> drivers/acpi/processor_core.c | 133
>> +++++++-----------------------------------
>> include/linux/acpi.h | 5 +-
>> 6 files changed, 79 insertions(+), 152 deletions(-)
>>


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