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SubjectRe: [PATCH V4 2/4] selftests: amd-pstate: Trigger tbench benchmark and test cpus
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On 10/23/22 19:33, Meng Li wrote:
> Add tbench.sh trigger the tbench testing and monitor the cpu desire
> performance, frequency, load, power consumption and throughput etc.

Does tbench.sh do the following? If so please state it clearly in the
chanelog.

> 1) Download and install tbench codes.
> 2) Run tbench benchmark on specific governors, ondemand or schedutil.
> 3) Run tbench benchmark comparative test on acpi-cpufreq kernel driver.
> 4) Get desire performance, frequency, load by perf.
> 5) Get power consumption and throughput by amd_pstate_trace.py.
> 6) Analyse test results and save it in file selftest.tbench.csv.
> 7) Plot png images about performance, energy and performance per watt
> for each test.
>
> Signed-off-by: Meng Li <li.meng@amd.com>
> ---
> tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/Makefile | 10 +-
> tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/run.sh | 243 +++++++++++++-
> tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/tbench.sh | 334 +++++++++++++++++++
> 3 files changed, 577 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-)
> create mode 100755 tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/tbench.sh
>
> diff --git a/tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/Makefile b/tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/Makefile
> index 6f4c7b01e3bb..cac8dedb7226 100644
> --- a/tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/Makefile
> +++ b/tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/Makefile
> @@ -4,7 +4,15 @@
> # No binaries, but make sure arg-less "make" doesn't trigger "run_tests"
> all:
>
> +uname_M := $(shell uname -m 2>/dev/null || echo not)
> +ARCH ?= $(shell echo $(uname_M) | sed -e s/i.86/x86/ -e s/x86_64/x86/)
> +
> +ifeq (x86,$(ARCH))
> +TEST_GEN_FILES += ../../../power/x86/amd_pstate_tracer/amd_pstate_trace.py
> +TEST_GEN_FILES += ../../../power/x86/intel_pstate_tracer/intel_pstate_tracer.py
> +endif
> +
> TEST_PROGS := run.sh
> -TEST_FILES := basic.sh
> +TEST_FILES := basic.sh tbench.sh
>
> include ../lib.mk
> diff --git a/tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/run.sh b/tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/run.sh
> index 715e9d01484f..dea61e4443fc 100755
> --- a/tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/run.sh
> +++ b/tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/run.sh
> @@ -9,6 +9,7 @@ else
> fi
>
> source basic.sh
> +source tbench.sh
>
> # amd-pstate-ut only run on x86/x86_64 AMD systems.
> ARCH=$(uname -m 2>/dev/null | sed -e 's/i.86/x86/' -e 's/x86_64/x86/')
> @@ -16,9 +17,98 @@ VENDOR=$(cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep -m 1 'vendor_id' | awk '{print $NF}')
>
> FUNC=all
> OUTFILE=selftest
> +OUTFILE_TBENCH="$OUTFILE.tbench"
> +
> +SYSFS=
> +CPUROOT=
> +CPUFREQROOT=
> +MAKE_CPUS=
> +
> +TIME_LIMIT=100
> +PROCESS_NUM=128
> +LOOP_TIMES=3
> +TRACER_INTERVAL=10
> +CURRENT_TEST=amd-pstate
> +COMPARATIVE_TEST=
>
> # Kselftest framework requirement - SKIP code is 4.
> ksft_skip=4
> +all_scaling_names=("acpi-cpufreq" "amd-pstate")
> +
> +# Get current cpufreq scaling driver name
> +scaling_name()
> +{
> + if [ "$COMPARATIVE_TEST" = "" ]; then
> + echo "$CURRENT_TEST"
> + else
> + echo "$COMPARATIVE_TEST"
> + fi
> +}
> +
> +# Counts CPUs with cpufreq directories
> +count_cpus()
> +{
> + count=0;
> +
> + for cpu in `ls $CPUROOT | grep "cpu[0-9].*"`; do
> + if [ -d $CPUROOT/$cpu/cpufreq ]; then
> + let count=count+1;
> + fi
> + done
> +
> + echo $count;
> +}
> +
> +# $1: policy
> +find_current_governor()
> +{
> + cat $CPUFREQROOT/$1/scaling_governor
> +}
> +
> +backup_governor()
> +{
> + policies=$(ls $CPUFREQROOT| grep "policy[0-9].*")
> + for policy in $policies; do
> + cur_gov=$(find_current_governor $policy)
> + echo "$policy $cur_gov" >> $OUTFILE.backup_governor.log
> + done
> +
> + printf "Governor $cur_gov backup done.\n"
> +}
> +
> +restore_governor()
> +{
> + i=0;
> +
> + policies=$(awk '{print $1}' $OUTFILE.backup_governor.log)
> + for policy in $policies; do
> + let i++;
> + governor=$(sed -n ''$i'p' $OUTFILE.backup_governor.log | awk '{print $2}')
> +
> + # switch governor
> + echo $governor > $CPUFREQROOT/$policy/scaling_governor
> + done
> +
> + printf "Governor restored to $governor.\n"
> +}
> +
> +# $1: governor
> +switch_governor()
> +{
> + policies=$(ls $CPUFREQROOT| grep "policy[0-9].*")
> + for policy in $policies; do
> + filepath=$CPUFREQROOT/$policy/scaling_available_governors
> +
> + # Exit if cpu isn't managed by cpufreq core
> + if [ ! -f $filepath ]; then
> + return;
> + fi
> +
> + echo $1 > $CPUFREQROOT/$policy/scaling_governor
> + done
> +
> + printf "Switched governor to $1.\n"
> +}
>
> # All amd-pstate tests
> amd_pstate_all()
> @@ -27,8 +117,19 @@ amd_pstate_all()
> printf "***** Running AMD P-state Sanity Tests *****\n"
> printf "=============================================\n\n"
>
> + count=$(count_cpus)
> + if [ $count = 0 ]; then
> + printf "No cpu is managed by cpufreq core, exiting\n"
> + exit;
> + else
> + printf "AMD P-state manages: $count CPUs\n"
> + fi
> +
> # unit test for amd-pstate kernel driver
> amd_pstate_basic
> +
> + # tbench
> + amd_pstate_tbench
> }
>
> helpme()
Change this to help() which is standard way to name this routine.

> @@ -37,21 +138,27 @@ helpme()
> [-h <help>]
> [-o <output-file-for-dump>]
> [-c <all: All testing,
> - basic: Basic testing.>]
> + basic: Basic testing,
> + tbench: Tbench testing.>]
> + [-t <tbench time limit>]
> + [-p <tbench process number>]
> + [-l <loop times for tbench>]
> + [-i <amd tracer interval>]
> + [-m <comparative test: acpi-cpufreq>]
> \n"
> exit 2
> }
>
> parse_arguments()
> {
> - while getopts ho:c: arg
> + while getopts ho:c:t:p:l:i:m: arg
> do
> case $arg in
> h) # --help
> helpme

Same here.

> ;;
>
> - c) # --func_type (Function to perform: basic (default: all))
> + c) # --func_type (Function to perform: basic, tbench (default: all))
> FUNC=$OPTARG
> ;;
>
> @@ -59,6 +166,26 @@ parse_arguments()
> OUTFILE=$OPTARG
> ;;
>
> + t) # --tbench-time-limit
> + TIME_LIMIT=$OPTARG
> + ;;
> +
> + p) # --tbench-process-number
> + PROCESS_NUM=$OPTARG
> + ;;
> +
> + l) # --tbench-loop-times
> + LOOP_TIMES=$OPTARG
> + ;;
> +
> + i) # --amd-tracer-interval
> + TRACER_INTERVAL=$OPTARG
> + ;;
> +
> + m) # --comparative-test
> + COMPARATIVE_TEST=$OPTARG
> + ;;
> +
> *)
> helpme

Same here

> ;;
> @@ -66,6 +193,32 @@ parse_arguments()
> done
> }
>
> +command_perf()
> +{
> + if ! command -v perf > /dev/null; then
> + echo $msg please install perf. >&2
> + exit $ksft_skip
> + fi
> +}
> +
> +command_tbench()
> +{
> + if ! command -v tbench > /dev/null; then
> + if apt policy dbench > /dev/null 2>&1; then
> + printf "Install dbench, please wait a moment ...\n"
> + sudo apt install dbench > /dev/null 2>&1
> + elif yum list available | grep dbench > /dev/null 2>&1; then
> + printf "Install dbench, please wait a moment ...\n"
> + sudo yum install dbench > /dev/null 2>&1

This install requires user interaction. Do you expect this to work in kernel ci
type environment?

> + fi
> + fi
> +
> + if ! command -v tbench > /dev/null; then
> + echo $msg please install tbench. >&2
> + exit $ksft_skip
> + fi
> +}
> +
> prerequisite()
> {
> if ! echo "$ARCH" | grep -q x86; then
> @@ -80,11 +233,29 @@ prerequisite()
> fi
>
> scaling_driver=$(cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/policy0/scaling_driver)
> - if [ "$scaling_driver" != "amd-pstate" ]; then
> - echo "$0 # Skipped: Test can only run on amd-pstate driver."
> - echo "$0 # Please set X86_AMD_PSTATE enabled."
> - echo "$0 # Current cpufreq scaling drvier is $scaling_driver."
> - exit $ksft_skip
> + if [ "$COMPARATIVE_TEST" = "" ]; then
> + if [ "$scaling_driver" != "$CURRENT_TEST" ]; then
> + echo "$0 # Skipped: Test can only run on $CURRENT_TEST driver or run comparative test."
> + echo "$0 # Please set X86_AMD_PSTATE enabled or run comparative test."
> + echo "$0 # Current cpufreq scaling drvier is $scaling_driver."
> + exit $ksft_skip
> + fi
> + else
> + case "$FUNC" in
> + "tbench")
> + if [ "$scaling_driver" != "$COMPARATIVE_TEST" ]; then
> + echo "$0 # Skipped: Comparison test can only run on $COMPARATIVE_TEST driver."
> + echo "$0 # Current cpufreq scaling drvier is $scaling_driver."
> + exit $ksft_skip
> + fi
> + ;;
> +
> + *)
> + echo "$0 # Skipped: Comparison test are only for tbench."
> + echo "$0 # Current comparative test is for $FUNC."
> + exit $ksft_skip
> + ;;
> + esac
> fi
>
> msg="Skip all tests:"
> @@ -92,10 +263,51 @@ prerequisite()
> echo $msg please run this as root >&2
> exit $ksft_skip
> fi
> +
> + case "$FUNC" in
> + "all")
> + command_perf
> + command_tbench
> + ;;
> +
> + "tbench")
> + command_perf
> + command_tbench
> + ;;
> + esac
> +
> + SYSFS=`mount -t sysfs | head -1 | awk '{ print $3 }'`
> +
> + if [ ! -d "$SYSFS" ]; then
> + echo $msg sysfs is not mounted >&2
> + exit 2
> + fi
> +
> + CPUROOT=$SYSFS/devices/system/cpu
> + CPUFREQROOT="$CPUROOT/cpufreq"
> +
> + if ! ls $CPUROOT/cpu* > /dev/null 2>&1; then
> + echo $msg cpus not available in sysfs >&2
> + exit 2
> + fi
> +
> + if ! ls $CPUROOT/cpufreq > /dev/null 2>&1; then
> + echo $msg cpufreq directory not available in sysfs >&2
> + exit 2
> + fi
> }
>
> do_test()
> {
> + # Check if CPUs are managed by cpufreq or not
> + count=$(count_cpus)
> + MAKE_CPUS=$((count*2))
> +
> + if [ $count = 0 ]; then
> + echo "No cpu is managed by cpufreq core, exiting"
> + exit 2;
> + fi
> +
> case "$FUNC" in
> "all")
> amd_pstate_all
> @@ -105,6 +317,10 @@ do_test()
> amd_pstate_basic
> ;;
>
> + "tbench")
> + amd_pstate_tbench
> + ;;
> +
> *)
> echo "Invalid [-f] function type"
> helpme

Here

> @@ -117,7 +333,15 @@ pre_clear_dumps()
> {
> case "$FUNC" in
> "all")
> - rm -rf $OUTFILE*
> + rm -rf $OUTFILE.log
> + rm -rf $OUTFILE.backup_governor.log
> + rm -rf *.png
> + ;;
> +
> + "tbench")
> + rm -rf $OUTFILE.log
> + rm -rf $OUTFILE.backup_governor.log
> + rm -rf tbench_*.png
> ;;
>
> *)
> @@ -128,6 +352,7 @@ pre_clear_dumps()
> post_clear_dumps()
> {
> rm -rf $OUTFILE.log
> + rm -rf $OUTFILE.backup_governor.log
> }
>
> # Parse arguments
> diff --git a/tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/tbench.sh b/tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/tbench.sh
> new file mode 100755
> index 000000000000..fd6e28139035
> --- /dev/null
> +++ b/tools/testing/selftests/amd-pstate/tbench.sh
> @@ -0,0 +1,334 @@
> +#!/bin/sh
> +# SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0
> +
> +# Testing and monitor the cpu frequency and performance when
> +# this script trigger tbench test.
> +
> +# protect against multiple inclusion
> +if [ $FILE_TBENCH ]; then
> + return 0
> +else
> + FILE_TBENCH=DONE
> +fi
> +
> +tbench_governors=("ondemand" "schedutil")
> +
> +# $1: governor, $2: round, $3: des-perf, $4: freq, $5: load, $6: performance, $7: energy, $8: performance per watt
> +store_csv_tbench()
> +{
> + echo "$1, $2, $3, $4, $5, $6, $7, $8" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv > /dev/null 2>&1
> +}
> +
> +# clear some special lines
> +clear_csv_tbench()
> +{
> + if [ -f $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv ]; then
> + sed -i '/Comprison(%)/d' $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv
> + sed -i "/$(scaling_name)/d" $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv
> + fi
> +}
> +
> +# find string $1 in file csv and get the number of lines
> +get_lines_csv_tbench()
> +{
> + if [ -f $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv ]; then
> + return `grep -c "$1" $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv`
> + else
> + return 0
> + fi
> +}
> +
> +pre_clear_tbench()
> +{
> + post_clear_tbench
> + rm -rf tbench_*.png
> + clear_csv_tbench
> +}
> +
> +post_clear_tbench()
> +{
> + rm -rf results/tracer-tbench*
> + rm -rf $OUTFILE_TBENCH*.log
> + rm -rf $OUTFILE_TBENCH*.result
> +
> +}
> +
> +# $1: governor, $2: loop
> +run_tbench()
> +{
> + echo "Launching amd pstate tracer for $1 #$2 tracer_interval: $TRACER_INTERVAL"
> + ./amd_pstate_trace.py -n tracer-tbench-$1-$2 -i $TRACER_INTERVAL > /dev/null 2>&1 &
> +
> + printf "Test tbench for $1 #$2 time_limit: $TIME_LIMIT procs_num: $PROCESS_NUM\n"
> + tbench_srv > /dev/null 2>&1 &
> + perf stat -a --per-socket -I 1000 -e power/energy-pkg/ tbench -t $TIME_LIMIT $PROCESS_NUM > $OUTFILE_TBENCH-perf-$1-$2.log 2>&1
> +
> + pid=`pidof tbench_srv`
> + kill $pid
> +
> + for job in `jobs -p`
> + do
> + echo "Waiting for job id $job"
> + wait $job
> + done
> +}
> +
> +# $1: governor, $2: loop
> +parse_tbench()
> +{
> + awk '{print $5}' results/tracer-tbench-$1-$2/cpu.csv | sed -e '1d' | sed s/,// > $OUTFILE_TBENCH-des-perf-$1-$2.log
> + avg_des_perf=$(awk 'BEGIN {i=0; sum=0};{i++; sum += $1};END {print sum/i}' $OUTFILE_TBENCH-des-perf-$1-$2.log)
> + printf "Tbench-$1-#$2 avg des perf: $avg_des_perf\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + awk '{print $7}' results/tracer-tbench-$1-$2/cpu.csv | sed -e '1d' | sed s/,// > $OUTFILE_TBENCH-freq-$1-$2.log
> + avg_freq=$(awk 'BEGIN {i=0; sum=0};{i++; sum += $1};END {print sum/i}' $OUTFILE_TBENCH-freq-$1-$2.log)
> + printf "Tbench-$1-#$2 avg freq: $avg_freq\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + awk '{print $11}' results/tracer-tbench-$1-$2/cpu.csv | sed -e '1d' | sed s/,// > $OUTFILE_TBENCH-load-$1-$2.log
> + avg_load=$(awk 'BEGIN {i=0; sum=0};{i++; sum += $1};END {print sum/i}' $OUTFILE_TBENCH-load-$1-$2.log)
> + printf "Tbench-$1-#$2 avg load: $avg_load\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + grep Throughput $OUTFILE_TBENCH-perf-$1-$2.log | awk '{print $2}' > $OUTFILE_TBENCH-throughput-$1-$2.log
> + tp_sum=$(awk 'BEGIN {sum=0};{sum += $1};END {print sum}' $OUTFILE_TBENCH-throughput-$1-$2.log)
> + printf "Tbench-$1-#$2 throughput(MB/s): $tp_sum\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + grep Joules $OUTFILE_TBENCH-perf-$1-$2.log | awk '{print $4}' > $OUTFILE_TBENCH-energy-$1-$2.log
> + en_sum=$(awk 'BEGIN {sum=0};{sum += $1};END {print sum}' $OUTFILE_TBENCH-energy-$1-$2.log)
> + printf "Tbench-$1-#$2 power consumption(J): $en_sum\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + # Permance is throughput per second, denoted T/t, where T is throught rendered in t seconds.
> + # It is well known that P=E/t, where P is power measured in watts(W), E is energy measured in joules(J),
> + # and t is time measured in seconds(s). This means that performance per watt becomes
> + # T/t T/t T
> + # --- = --- = ---
> + # P E/t E
> + # with unit given by MB per joule.
> + ppw=`echo "scale=4;($TIME_LIMIT-1)*$tp_sum/$en_sum" | bc | awk '{printf "%.4f", $0}'`
> + printf "Tbench-$1-#$2 performance per watt(MB/J): $ppw\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> + printf "\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + driver_name=`echo $(scaling_name)`
> + store_csv_tbench "$driver_name-$1" $2 $avg_des_perf $avg_freq $avg_load $tp_sum $en_sum $ppw
> +}
> +
> +# $1: governor
> +loop_tbench()
> +{
> + printf "\nTbench total test times is $LOOP_TIMES for $1\n\n"
> + for i in `seq 1 $LOOP_TIMES`
> + do
> + run_tbench $1 $i
> + parse_tbench $1 $i
> + done
> +}
> +
> +# $1: governor
> +gather_tbench()
> +{
> + printf "Tbench test result for $1 (loops:$LOOP_TIMES)" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> + printf "\n--------------------------------------------------\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + grep "Tbench-$1-#" $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result | grep "avg des perf:" | awk '{print $NF}' > $OUTFILE_TBENCH-des-perf-$1.log
> + avg_des_perf=$(awk 'BEGIN {sum=0};{sum += $1};END {print sum/'$LOOP_TIMES'}' $OUTFILE_TBENCH-des-perf-$1.log)
> + printf "Tbench-$1 avg des perf: $avg_des_perf\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + grep "Tbench-$1-#" $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result | grep "avg freq:" | awk '{print $NF}' > $OUTFILE_TBENCH-freq-$1.log
> + avg_freq=$(awk 'BEGIN {sum=0};{sum += $1};END {print sum/'$LOOP_TIMES'}' $OUTFILE_TBENCH-freq-$1.log)
> + printf "Tbench-$1 avg freq: $avg_freq\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + grep "Tbench-$1-#" $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result | grep "avg load:" | awk '{print $NF}' > $OUTFILE_TBENCH-load-$1.log
> + avg_load=$(awk 'BEGIN {sum=0};{sum += $1};END {print sum/'$LOOP_TIMES'}' $OUTFILE_TBENCH-load-$1.log)
> + printf "Tbench-$1 avg load: $avg_load\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + grep "Tbench-$1-#" $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result | grep "throughput(MB/s):" | awk '{print $NF}' > $OUTFILE_TBENCH-throughput-$1.log
> + tp_sum=$(awk 'BEGIN {sum=0};{sum += $1};END {print sum}' $OUTFILE_TBENCH-throughput-$1.log)
> + printf "Tbench-$1 total throughput(MB/s): $tp_sum\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + avg_tp=$(awk 'BEGIN {sum=0};{sum += $1};END {print sum/'$LOOP_TIMES'}' $OUTFILE_TBENCH-throughput-$1.log)
> + printf "Tbench-$1 avg throughput(MB/s): $avg_tp\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + grep "Tbench-$1-#" $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result | grep "power consumption(J):" | awk '{print $NF}' > $OUTFILE_TBENCH-energy-$1.log
> + en_sum=$(awk 'BEGIN {sum=0};{sum += $1};END {print sum}' $OUTFILE_TBENCH-energy-$1.log)
> + printf "Tbench-$1 total power consumption(J): $en_sum\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + avg_en=$(awk 'BEGIN {sum=0};{sum += $1};END {print sum/'$LOOP_TIMES'}' $OUTFILE_TBENCH-energy-$1.log)
> + printf "Tbench-$1 avg power consumption(J): $avg_en\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + # Permance is throughput per second, denoted T/t, where T is throught rendered in t seconds.
> + # It is well known that P=E/t, where P is power measured in watts(W), E is energy measured in joules(J),
> + # and t is time measured in seconds(s). This means that performance per watt becomes
> + # T/t T/t T
> + # --- = --- = ---
> + # P E/t E
> + # with unit given by MB per joule.
> + ppw=`echo "scale=4;($TIME_LIMIT-1)*$avg_tp/$avg_en" | bc | awk '{printf "%.4f", $0}'`
> + printf "Tbench-$1 performance per watt(MB/J): $ppw\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> + printf "\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + driver_name=`echo $(scaling_name)`
> + store_csv_tbench "$driver_name-$1" "Average" $avg_des_perf $avg_freq $avg_load $avg_tp $avg_en $ppw
> +}
> +
> +# $1: base scaling_driver $2: base governor $3: comparative scaling_driver $4: comparative governor
> +__calc_comp_tbench()
> +{
> + base=`grep "$1-$2" $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv | grep "Average"`
> + comp=`grep "$3-$4" $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv | grep "Average"`
> +
> + if [ -n "$base" -a -n "$comp" ]; then
> + printf "\n==================================================\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> + printf "Tbench comparison $1-$2 VS $3-$4" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> + printf "\n==================================================\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + # get the base values
> + des_perf_base=`echo "$base" | awk '{print $3}' | sed s/,//`
> + freq_base=`echo "$base" | awk '{print $4}' | sed s/,//`
> + load_base=`echo "$base" | awk '{print $5}' | sed s/,//`
> + perf_base=`echo "$base" | awk '{print $6}' | sed s/,//`
> + energy_base=`echo "$base" | awk '{print $7}' | sed s/,//`
> + ppw_base=`echo "$base" | awk '{print $8}' | sed s/,//`
> +
> + # get the comparative values
> + des_perf_comp=`echo "$comp" | awk '{print $3}' | sed s/,//`
> + freq_comp=`echo "$comp" | awk '{print $4}' | sed s/,//`
> + load_comp=`echo "$comp" | awk '{print $5}' | sed s/,//`
> + perf_comp=`echo "$comp" | awk '{print $6}' | sed s/,//`
> + energy_comp=`echo "$comp" | awk '{print $7}' | sed s/,//`
> + ppw_comp=`echo "$comp" | awk '{print $8}' | sed s/,//`
> +
> + # compare the base and comp values
> + des_perf_drop=`echo "scale=4;($des_perf_comp-$des_perf_base)*100/$des_perf_base" | bc | awk '{printf "%.4f", $0}'`
> + printf "Tbench-$1 des perf base: $des_perf_base comprison: $des_perf_comp percent: $des_perf_drop\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + freq_drop=`echo "scale=4;($freq_comp-$freq_base)*100/$freq_base" | bc | awk '{printf "%.4f", $0}'`
> + printf "Tbench-$1 freq base: $freq_base comprison: $freq_comp percent: $freq_drop\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + load_drop=`echo "scale=4;($load_comp-$load_base)*100/$load_base" | bc | awk '{printf "%.4f", $0}'`
> + printf "Tbench-$1 load base: $load_base comprison: $load_comp percent: $load_drop\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + perf_drop=`echo "scale=4;($perf_comp-$perf_base)*100/$perf_base" | bc | awk '{printf "%.4f", $0}'`
> + printf "Tbench-$1 perf base: $perf_base comprison: $perf_comp percent: $perf_drop\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + energy_drop=`echo "scale=4;($energy_comp-$energy_base)*100/$energy_base" | bc | awk '{printf "%.4f", $0}'`
> + printf "Tbench-$1 energy base: $energy_base comprison: $energy_comp percent: $energy_drop\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + ppw_drop=`echo "scale=4;($ppw_comp-$ppw_base)*100/$ppw_base" | bc | awk '{printf "%.4f", $0}'`
> + printf "Tbench-$1 performance per watt base: $ppw_base comprison: $ppw_comp percent: $ppw_drop\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> + printf "\n" | tee -a $OUTFILE_TBENCH.result
> +
> + store_csv_tbench "$1-$2 VS $3-$4" "Comprison(%)" "$des_perf_drop" "$freq_drop" "$load_drop" "$perf_drop" "$energy_drop" "$ppw_drop"
> + fi
> +}
> +
> +# calculate the comparison(%)
> +calc_comp_tbench()
> +{
> + # acpi-cpufreq-ondemand VS acpi-cpufreq-schedutil
> + __calc_comp_tbench ${all_scaling_names[0]} ${tbench_governors[0]} ${all_scaling_names[0]} ${tbench_governors[1]}
> +
> + # amd-pstate-ondemand VS amd-pstate-schedutil
> + __calc_comp_tbench ${all_scaling_names[1]} ${tbench_governors[0]} ${all_scaling_names[1]} ${tbench_governors[1]}
> +
> + # acpi-cpufreq-ondemand VS amd-pstate-ondemand
> + __calc_comp_tbench ${all_scaling_names[0]} ${tbench_governors[0]} ${all_scaling_names[1]} ${tbench_governors[0]}
> +
> + # acpi-cpufreq-schedutil VS amd-pstate-schedutil
> + __calc_comp_tbench ${all_scaling_names[0]} ${tbench_governors[1]} ${all_scaling_names[1]} ${tbench_governors[1]}
> +}
> +
> +# $1: file_name, $2: title, $3: ylable, $4: column
> +plot_png_tbench()
> +{
> + # all_scaling_names[1] all_scaling_names[0] flag
> + # amd-pstate acpi-cpufreq
> + # N N 0
> + # N Y 1
> + # Y N 2
> + # Y Y 3
> + ret=`grep -c "${all_scaling_names[1]}" $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv`
> + if [ $ret -eq 0 ]; then
> + ret=`grep -c "${all_scaling_names[0]}" $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv`
> + if [ $ret -eq 0 ]; then
> + flag=0
> + else
> + flag=1
> + fi
> + else
> + ret=`grep -c "${all_scaling_names[0]}" $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv`
> + if [ $ret -eq 0 ]; then
> + flag=2
> + else
> + flag=3
> + fi
> + fi
> +
> + gnuplot << EOF
> + set term png
> + set output "$1"
> +
> + set title "$2"
> + set xlabel "Test Cycles (round)"
> + set ylabel "$3"
> +
> + set grid
> + set style data histogram
> + set style fill solid 0.5 border
> + set boxwidth 0.8
> +
> + if ($flag == 1) {
> + plot \
> + "<(sed -n -e 's/,//g' -e '/${all_scaling_names[0]}-${tbench_governors[0]}/p' $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv)" using $4:xtic(2) title "${all_scaling_names[0]}-${tbench_governors[0]}", \
> + "<(sed -n -e 's/,//g' -e '/${all_scaling_names[0]}-${tbench_governors[1]}/p' $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv)" using $4:xtic(2) title "${all_scaling_names[0]}-${tbench_governors[1]}"
> + } else {
> + if ($flag == 2) {
> + plot \
> + "<(sed -n -e 's/,//g' -e '/${all_scaling_names[1]}-${tbench_governors[0]}/p' $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv)" using $4:xtic(2) title "${all_scaling_names[1]}-${tbench_governors[0]}", \
> + "<(sed -n -e 's/,//g' -e '/${all_scaling_names[1]}-${tbench_governors[1]}/p' $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv)" using $4:xtic(2) title "${all_scaling_names[1]}-${tbench_governors[1]}"
> + } else {
> + if ($flag == 3 ) {
> + plot \
> + "<(sed -n -e 's/,//g' -e '/${all_scaling_names[0]}-${tbench_governors[0]}/p' $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv)" using $4:xtic(2) title "${all_scaling_names[0]}-${tbench_governors[0]}", \
> + "<(sed -n -e 's/,//g' -e '/${all_scaling_names[0]}-${tbench_governors[1]}/p' $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv)" using $4:xtic(2) title "${all_scaling_names[0]}-${tbench_governors[1]}", \
> + "<(sed -n -e 's/,//g' -e '/${all_scaling_names[1]}-${tbench_governors[0]}/p' $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv)" using $4:xtic(2) title "${all_scaling_names[1]}-${tbench_governors[0]}", \
> + "<(sed -n -e 's/,//g' -e '/${all_scaling_names[1]}-${tbench_governors[1]}/p' $OUTFILE_TBENCH.csv)" using $4:xtic(2) title "${all_scaling_names[1]}-${tbench_governors[1]}"
> + }
> + }
> + }
> + quit
> +EOF
> +}
> +
> +amd_pstate_tbench()
> +{
> + printf "\n---------------------------------------------\n"
> + printf "*** Running tbench ***"
> + printf "\n---------------------------------------------\n"
> +
> + pre_clear_tbench
> +
> + #install_tbench
> +
> + get_lines_csv_tbench "Governor"
> + if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
> + # add titles and unit for csv file
> + store_csv_tbench "Governor" "Round" "Des-perf" "Freq" "Load" "Performance" "Energy" "Performance Per Watt"
> + store_csv_tbench "Unit" "" "" "GHz" "" "MB/s" "J" "MB/J"
> + fi
> +
> + backup_governor
> + for governor in ${tbench_governors[*]} ; do
> + printf "\nSpecified governor is $governor\n\n"
> + switch_governor $governor
> + loop_tbench $governor
> + gather_tbench $governor
> + done
> + restore_governor
> +
> + plot_png_tbench "tbench_perfromance.png" "Tbench Benchmark Performance" "Performance" 6
> + plot_png_tbench "tbench_energy.png" "Tbench Benchmark Energy" "Energy (J)" 7
> + plot_png_tbench "tbench_ppw.png" "Tbench Benchmark Performance Per Watt" "Performance Per Watt (MB/J)" 8
> +
> + calc_comp_tbench
> +
> + post_clear_tbench
> +}

thanks,
-- Shuah

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