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SubjectRe: [PATCH v5 00/33] DYNDBG: opt-in class'd debug for modules, use in drm.
[Catching up on mails]

Did you see the feedback form Steven from tracing side of things? Does
this version have that taken into account already?

I think once we have that and acks from dyndbg maintainers then I think we
should just land this and polish from there? Maybe some acks from drm
drivrer folks (cros people where once interested), but otherwise I'm a bit
afraid this might be stuck in limbo too much for too long and we just need
to get going :-/
-Daniel


On Fri, Aug 05, 2022 at 03:53:22PM -0600, Jim Cromie wrote:
> Hi Jason, Greg, DRM-folk,
>
> heres V5. Diffs vs V4:
>
> 1st 9 have Jason's Ack
> 10 is new: simple var cleanup
> 11 new struct, to contain future addins. touches kernel/module/
>
> dyndbg-param callbacks moved to last (of dyndbg patches)
> they're where the uncertainty is,
> and the bulk of the API addition (class keyword is small)
>
> patches between the move are the guts of the "class foo" feature.
> exposure of feature is only via >control, until sysfs parts added
>
> DRM chunk:
> included here to see how patchwork's merge & test proceeds.
> categories -> classes re-work is unchanged - feels pretty solid.
> nouveau & LEVEL made some progress, still WIP.
>
> I left out tracefs bits for now.
>
> UNCERTAINTIES / RFC:
>
> 1st is my "sharing" technique, across DRM's multi modules. Its
> literally duplicated decls, by each participating module, each adding
> static data in its own special section. I didn't try at all to shrink
> or unify this any further. There might be a perfect place to add a
> single decl, but that quest will require a pony.
>
> Sharing by class-names lacks the compiler support that varnames get;
> "incomplete" enables will probably happen if one of the declarations
> miss-spells one of the classnames.
>
> That said, see the how-to below: stringifying va-args in the macro
> would allow direct use of the enum-consts, and cc will insist that
> those consts are defined, eliminating part of the un-support.
>
> I could split the _BITS,_NUM handling out from _NAMES (ie split
> drm.debug style patch); theres no user-demand for the _NAMES feature
> ATM, and theres probably some legit API-bikeshedding to do.
>
> PATCHSET DESCRIPTION
>
> This patchset adds 'typed' "class FOO" support to dynamic-debug, where
> 'typed' means either DISJOINT_BITS, like drm_dbg(DRM_UT_CORE,..), or
> LEVEL_NUM (like nouveau debug-levels). Use it in DRM modules: core,
> helpers, and in drivers i915, amdgpu, nouveau.
>
> If a module is using class'd prdbgs (pr_debug_class, dev_dbg_class, or
> adapted drm_dbg_<category>) or similar in its code, it can "opt in" to
> allow dyndbg to manipulate those class'd prdebugs, by declaring in a
> c-file:
>
> DECLARE_DYNDBG_CLASSMAP(drm_debug_classes,
> DD_CLASS_TYPE_DISJOINT_BITS, 0,
> "DRM_UT_CORE",
> "DRM_UT_DRIVER",
> "DRM_UT_KMS",
> "DRM_UT_PRIME",
> "DRM_UT_ATOMIC",
> "DRM_UT_VBL",
> "DRM_UT_STATE",
> "DRM_UT_LEASE",
> "DRM_UT_DP",
> "DRM_UT_DRMRES");
> // how-to stringify __va_args inside the macro ?
>
> By doing this, a module tells dyndbg that it:
>
> - is using class-ids [0..N] in prdbg callsites
> ( 0..N == DRM_UT_CORE..DRM_UT_DRMRES )
> - wants to refer to them by class-names [0..N]
> - is mapping those names to those class-ids
> - expects users to enable them via >control or >parameter/knob
>
> Then, a user can enable the prdbgs by their class:
>
> :#> echo class DRM_UT_KMS +p > /proc/dynamic_debug/control
>
> And with another 3-line bitmap param decl/init, wrapping the
> drm_debug_classes var in a module-param-cb:
>
> :#> echo 0x1 > /sys/module/drm/parameters/debug
>
> and optionally using classnames:
>
> :#> echo +DRM_UT_CORE,-DRM_UT_KMS \
> > /sys/module/drm/parameters/debug_cats
>
> DYNAMIC_DEBUG gets:
>
> struct _ddebug gets a new .class_id:5 field, big enough to represent
> drm_debug_category (after squeezing). It defaults to 31 for all
> existing prdbgs. class_id also supports verbose uses.
>
> classmaps (as declared by macro above) are in their own linker
> section, are loaded by kernel/module, and handled by add_module,
> which attaches classmaps to their module's ddebug table.
>
> ddebug_change() handles a class FOO query by validating that FOO is
> known by each module in the loop. The query is skipped unless the
> module knows FOO, so no changes are possible w/o a good classname.
>
> Without class FOO in a query/command, only ids=31 can be changed by
> that query. This protects all class'd prdbgs from changes by legacy
> class-less user queries.
>
> With this support, the module opt-in approach means that:
>
> - modules declare classnames they like, meaningful names: DRM_UT_*
> these are numbered [0..N]
> - modules call pr_debug_class(N, "fmt..",...)
> or drm_dbg(CAT, "fmt..",...) - same form.
> - class-id space, while limited:0-30, is private to each module
> - "class FOO" is only way to select a class'd prdbg
> - unrelated modules use 0..N separately, for different purposes.
> - modules "share" classnames by separate decls (uses of macro)
> all drm modules reuse the above declaration.
> then they respond together to a >control
>
> 4 CLASS_TYPES are defined; they split behavior on 2 factors:
>
> 1. independent bits vs related:(X<Y) bits [0-N]
> 2. input form: number/hex vs CSV-list: [+-]CLASS_NAMES
>
> DD_CLASS_TYPE_DISJOINT_BITS independent bits, 0x1f input is clearest
> DD_CLASS_TYPE_LEVEL_NUM (x<y), input is level, not bitvec
>
> DD_CLASS_TYPE_DISJOINT_NAMES csv-list of independent +-CLASS_NAMEs
> DD_CLASS_TYPE_LEVEL_NAMES csv-list of related +-CLASS_NAMEs, only 1 term needed
>
> Splitting up behavior this way is safe, and flexible:
>
> - no bitmap-vs-level > sysknob ambiguity
> as was case when both were accepted on same knob
> - narrower interfaces
> uint is uint
> - can defer DISJOINT_NAMES handling, but keep the enums.
> it has no users ...
> - can later add 2 more ENUMS allowing both inputs
> in separate LEVEL_NUM & DISJOINT_BITS choices
> then authors choice if they want to accept mixed input
> - can enumerate "wierd" relations if needed
> DISJOINT_BITS|LEVEL_NUM should cover everything I can forsee
> but theres room for DD_CLASS_TYPE_STOCHASTIC (over the garage)
>
> DISJOINT & LEVEL cover the space; 1st is independent, 2nd is related.
> The relation could differ from (x<y), but atm I can't think of another
> that makes any sensible distinction from (x<y).
>
> Quick review of debug logging:
>
> DRM is biggest use-case: 23 macros, issuing 10 exclusive categories of
> messages, from ~5100 callsites, across core (drm, _*helpers), and 3+
> drivers (Im working amdgpu, i915, more recently nouveau). These mostly
> flow to drm_debug_enabled(category) for a print/no decision.
>
> nouveau has minimum direct use of the DRM.debug macros, but does use
> pr_debug (in VMM iirc), and drm_debug_enabled() in ~50 places via
> macros, and another ~50 iirc due to NOUVEAU_DEBUG_MMU=y
>
> What nouveau has most of is log-levels: there are ~800 uses of them;
> nvkm_(fatal|error|warn|info|debug|trace|spam), they all flow thru
> nvkm_printk_. Even excluding some levels as "always-on" and not
> appropriate for dyndbg's extra resources and complexity, theres ~450
> callsites.
>
> A reported smattering of raw/adhoc debug code. all but unknown to me.
>
> Like any debug logging, they're mostly off, and should have close to
> 0-off-cost. This is what dyndbg (with/on jump-label) was made for.
>
> Bottom line: in order to unify more potential (drm,etc) use-cases,
> dyndbg needs to support both debug classification schemes:
> RELATED/LEVEL_NUM and INDEPENDENT/DISJOINT_BITS.
>
> This is rev3. rev2 is here:
> https://lore.kernel.org/lkml/20220516225640.3102269-1-jim.cromie@gmail.com/
>
> summary of diffs:
>
> - rebased on 5.19-rc6 to pick up kernel/module changes
> - tracfs bits now use __vstring, __vstr_assign, from S.Rostedt
>
> - 4 class-map-types - as outlined above
> now supports LEVEL_NUM semantics, WIP nouveau integration.
> v2 became the DISJOINT_BITS use case
> Lots of API-ish surface area here *RFC*
>
> - class-maps now in section("__dyndbg_classes")
> class FOO queries are available at earlyboot / module-load
> drop (un)?register_classes()
>
> - test-dynamic-debug module
> tests the 4 CLASS-TYPES
> good place to bikeshed / paintshop the API
>
> - nouveau - start poking - WIP
> NV_PRINT -> dev_dbg (creates 632 prdbgs, but not class'd)
> LEVEL_NUM classes declared to see how they "fit", unused yet.
>
> Summary:
>
> - plenty of new stuff here.
> - plenty of new API surface area.
> - exposes CLASSNAMES to user, via control, >symbolic-sysknob
>
> More on LEVEL_NUM:
>
> dyndbg's class scheme is names-based, so even for LEVEL_NUM with
> numeric input, there must be a "V0" name; a name with which to turn
> off "V1". And don't do 'pr_dbg_class(0,..)'.
>
> LEVEL_NUM is an overlay on DISJOINT_BITS; the callback reads the input as a
> level, and computes and applies the bitmap to enforce it. Yes it
> wastes "V0" bit. That might matter if an author wanted many separate
> verbose-knobs with a few levels each, but that seems fairly unlikely.
>
> More importantly, it means that relative verbosity is not enforced at
> the >control input; IOW this is allowed:
>
> :#> echo class V1 -p > /proc/dynamic_debug/control
> :#> echo class V3 +p > /proc/dynamic_debug/control
>
> 2nd line doesn't undo 1st, as it would if changed via sysfs-knob:
>
> :#> echo 3 > /sys/module/drm/parameters/debug
>
> ISTM this is fine, the "relative" meaning is added at the interface,
> where it presents to a user. Doing otherwise means surgery to
> ddebug_change, which seems unnecessary given an option.
>
> CLASS NAMESPACE and DRM
>
> The class namespace is flat and wide, so "V1" is a poor choice, other
> than for demonstration (as in test_dynamic_debug module). If every
> module had a "V1", turning them all on would issue lots of unrelated
> noise.
>
> Instead, class DRM_UT_CORE has a name with a specific sub-system wide
> (ie multi-module) meaning, and can (and should) be responded to by all
> cooperating modules.
>
> For DRM, this means 4-5 duplicate uses of DEFINE_DYNDBG_CLASSMAP, from
> multiple drivers' "*_{drm,dev,main}.c" files; all of them agreeing on
> the classnames, map-type and base. Though repetitive, and a bit
> fiddly when multiple classes share the module's id-space, it is
> simple, and consistent with the "static struct foo = {INIT_expr}"
> pattern used in the macro. Im open to simpler ways, initializing an
> extern sounded like a maze w/o cheese.
>
> For core, drm_print.c has an additional task; it defines and
> initializes the bitmap sysknob that converts bits to a query:
>
> static struct ddebug_classes_bitmap_param drm_debug_bitmap = {
> .bits = &__drm_debug,
> .flags = "p",
> .map = &drm_debug_classes,
> };
> module_param_cb(debug, &param_ops_dyndbg_classes,
> &drm_debug_bitmap, 0600);
>
> then the callback converts bit-toggles on input into something like:
>
> :#> echo class DRM_UT_KMS +p > control
>
> which enables all drm_dbg_kms() callsites in all modules that declared
> that classname as known.
>
> NB: classmaps and classes_bitmap_params are different structs. this
> allows the former to be shared by 2 of latter, each toggling 'p' & 'T'
> flags, to control output to syslog or tracelog independently.
>
> NBB: while "V1" isnt a good classname, "EMERG" and and other
> KERN-LEVEL names have a legacy. That said, dyndbg shouldnt be
> involved in EMERG actions.
>
> NOUVEAU and multiple LEVEL_NUM knobs ?
>
> One thing nouveau has that I havent yet grokked is 2|3 independent
> verbose levels, in {,cli,sub}->debug (see subdev.h). But Ive coded
> them as 2 more macro invocations; using bases 10, 15 to avoid/respect
> the 0-9 mapping of DRM.debug categories to those class-ids.
>
> With this, the drm subsystem uses 20/31 of its class-id range, perhaps
> 63 is better, despite the cumbersome 0x-64bit interface. Note that
> the sysfs-knobs do not expose the base/offset (its an inward-facing
> .class_id offset); each sysfs-knob gets its own 0..N bitmap, the base
> maps it to the 0..30 subrange allocated (manually, via the base arg to
> macro) for this class-map.
>
> anyway, heres how `modprobe nouveau` goes with dynamic_debug.verbose=3
>
> [86512.693954] dyndbg: class[0]: module:nouveau base:15 len:5 ty:1
> [86512.693958] dyndbg: 15: 0 NV_SUBDEV_DBG_OFF # aka V0
> [86512.693959] dyndbg: 16: 1 NV_SUBDEV_DBG_INFO
> [86512.693960] dyndbg: 17: 2 NV_SUBDEV_DBG_DEBUG
> [86512.693960] dyndbg: 18: 3 NV_SUBDEV_DBG_TRACE
> [86512.693960] dyndbg: 19: 4 NV_SUBDEV_DBG_SPAM
> [86512.693961] dyndbg: class[1]: module:nouveau base:10 len:5 ty:1
> [86512.693961] dyndbg: 10: 0 NV_CLI_DBG_OFF
> [86512.693962] dyndbg: 11: 1 NV_CLI_DBG_INFO
> [86512.693962] dyndbg: 12: 2 NV_CLI_DBG_DEBUG
> [86512.693963] dyndbg: 13: 3 NV_CLI_DBG_TRACE
> [86512.693963] dyndbg: 14: 4 NV_CLI_DBG_SPAM
> [86512.693963] dyndbg: class[2]: module:nouveau base:0 len:10 ty:0
> [86512.693964] dyndbg: 0: 0 DRM_UT_CORE
> [86512.693964] dyndbg: 1: 1 DRM_UT_DRIVER
> [86512.693965] dyndbg: 2: 2 DRM_UT_KMS
> [86512.693965] dyndbg: 3: 3 DRM_UT_PRIME
> [86512.693965] dyndbg: 4: 4 DRM_UT_ATOMIC
> [86512.693966] dyndbg: 5: 5 DRM_UT_VBL
> [86512.693966] dyndbg: 6: 6 DRM_UT_STATE
> [86512.693966] dyndbg: 7: 7 DRM_UT_LEASE
> [86512.693967] dyndbg: 8: 8 DRM_UT_DP
> [86512.693967] dyndbg: 9: 9 DRM_UT_DRMRES
> [86512.693968] dyndbg: module:nouveau attached 3 classes
> [86512.693968] dyndbg: 632 debug prints in module nouveau
>
> They are not yet wired by class; the nv-printks are using dev_dbg for
> now, so they can be enabled with standard selections (module, func,
> etc).
>
> DYNDBG API
>
> I added __pr_debug_cls to make things testable, I wanted to keep it
> private/un-api, because drm already has drm_dbg_<cat>(cat, fmt..), and
> that seemed a pretty good model to follow: enums with strong names for
> class_id constants, and same names for classes.
>
> ie: __pr_debug_cls(DRM_UT_KMS, "Whats the Matter with KMS: %s\n", reason);
>
> But now nouveau probably wants/needs it, perhaps others too.
>
> pr_dbg_cls / dev_dbg_cls ? class or debug spelled out ?
>
> MORE TESTING with DRM & TRACEFS
>
> Most dev & testing has been on virtme, with test-dynamic-debug module
> doing an api-validation-demonstration. The test module proves
> multiple sysknobs, but cannot prove real multi-module sharing of the
> class-name space. The DRM.debug adaptation must (and does) do that.
>
> Now Im running on real gpu/drm hw; on both an amdgpu desktop, and this
> amdgpu+nouveau laptop. Its stable enough to type on, browse, build
> more kernels, etc.
>
> :#> uname -r
> 5.18.0-f2-00038-g61d300083196
> :#> wc /proc/dynamic_debug/control
> 11554 95556 1442827 /proc/dynamic_debug/control
> :#> lsmod | grep drm
> drm_buddy 20480 1 i915
> drm_ttm_helper 16384 2 amdgpu,nouveau
> ttm 86016 4 amdgpu,drm_ttm_helper,i915,nouveau
> drm_dp_helper 184320 3 amdgpu,i915,nouveau
> drm_kms_helper 208896 6 drm_dp_helper,amdgpu,i915,nouveau
> drm 655360 16 gpu_sched,drm_dp_helper,drm_kms_helper,drm_buddy,amdgpu,drm_ttm_helper,i915,ttm,nouveau
> cec 49152 2 drm_dp_helper,i915
>
> I've never turned on DRM.debug in frustration (or curiousity until
> recently); I dunno what normal traffic looks like. So I wrote a
> script to toggle each category: on/off for 1 sec, so I could 'more'
> thru the output to see the partitioned streams.
>
> Different runs (of '10' sec of active tracing) produce between 330-3500
> lines of logging, depending upon mousing/screen activity. Heres a bit
> of a many-window-select run: `wc trace` gives "size" of the category's stream.
>
> :#> trc_classes
> 12 /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
> doing class DRM_UT_CORE +/- T 1394 13941 141614 /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
> doing class DRM_UT_DRIVER +/- T 1396 13959 141816 /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
> doing class DRM_UT_KMS +/- T 1482 14521 148246 /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
> doing class DRM_UT_PRIME +/- T 1484 14539 148446 /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
> doing class DRM_UT_ATOMIC +/- T 2984 31658 396064 /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
> doing class DRM_UT_VBL +/- T 3411 37321 449848 /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
> doing class DRM_UT_STATE +/- T 3413 37339 450048 /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
> doing class DRM_UT_LEASE +/- T 3415 37357 450248 /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
> doing class DRM_UT_DP +/- T 3417 37375 450442 /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
> doing class DRM_UT_DRMRES +/- T 3419 37393 450644 /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
>
> and some mid-run output from a quiet run, with less repetition.
>
> bash-96790 [006] ..... 410237.432255: tracing_mark_write: doing class DRM_UT_DRIVER +T
> bash-96790 [006] ..... 410238.610319: tracing_mark_write: doing class DRM_UT_DRIVER -T
> bash-96790 [006] ..... 410239.776285: tracing_mark_write: doing class DRM_UT_KMS +T
> gnome-shell-2101 [003] ..... 410239.923029: drm_debug: [FB:98]
> kworker/u32:10-367584 [010] ..... 410239.924627: drm_debug: Allow idle optimizations (MALL): 0
> kworker/u32:0-364714 [008] ..... 410239.935126: drm_debug: Allow idle optimizations (MALL): 1
> gnome-shell-2101 [003] ..... 410240.527186: drm_debug: [FB:100]
> kworker/u32:0-364714 [008] ..... 410240.528686: drm_debug: Allow idle optimizations (MALL): 0
> kworker/u32:10-367584 [010] ..... 410240.539378: drm_debug: Allow idle optimizations (MALL): 1
> bash-96790 [006] ..... 410240.957921: tracing_mark_write: doing class DRM_UT_KMS -T
> bash-96790 [006] ..... 410242.199120: tracing_mark_write: doing class DRM_UT_PRIME +T
> bash-96790 [006] ..... 410243.301988: tracing_mark_write: doing class DRM_UT_PRIME -T
> bash-96790 [006] ..... 410244.416400: tracing_mark_write: doing class DRM_UT_ATOMIC +T
> gnome-shell-2101 [003] ..... 410244.653372: drm_devdbg: cat:4, (0xffff8f26c173de00:0000:06:00.0)[UNSAFE-MEMORY] Allocated atomic state 000000001f1e6cb6
> gnome-shell-2101 [003] ..... 410244.653381: drm_devdbg: cat:4, (0xffff8f26c173de00:0000:06:00.0)[UNSAFE-MEMORY] Added [PLANE:55:plane-3] 00000000785ae904 state to 000000001f1e6cb6
> gnome-shell-2101 [003] ..... 410244.653384: drm_devdbg: cat:4, (0xffff8f26c173de00:0000:06:00.0)[UNSAFE-MEMORY] Added [CRTC:67:crtc-0] 00000000b06ca618 state to 000000001f1e6cb6
> gnome-shell-2101 [003] ..... 410244.653389: drm_devdbg: cat:4, (0xffff8f26c173de00:0000:06:00.0)[UNSAFE-MEMORY] Set [FB:98] for [PLANE:55:plane-3] state 00000000785ae904
> gnome-shell-2101 [003] ..... 410244.653392: drm_devdbg: cat:4, (0xffff8f26c173de00:0000:06:00.0)[UNSAFE-MEMORY] checking 000000001f1e6cb6
> gnome-shell-2101 [003] ..... 410244.653407: drm_devdbg: cat:4, (0xffff8f26c173de00:0000:06:00.0)[UNSAFE-MEMORY] committing 000000001f1e6cb6 nonblocking
> kworker/u32:0-364714 [010] ..... 410244.653729: drm_debug: amdgpu_crtc id:0 crtc_state_flags: enable:1, active:1, planes_changed:1, mode_changed:0,active_changed:0,connectors_changed:0
> kworker/u32:0-364714 [010] ..... 410244.654642: drm_debug: plane: id=3 dcc_en=0
>
> a few things to note in the trace output:
>
> . the event-name: drm_(debug|devdbg) is not very informative
>
> . drm_devdbg fmt has cat:%d, it could be the classname, but that should
> replace event-name, not supplement it. this pertains to drm_debug too.
>
> . drm_devdbg has lots of (dev-info), that could be optional on a new flag(s)
>
>
> If anyone wants to repeat the above with the patchset, the .rc file follows:
>
> events_3() {
> local a=$1
> local b=$2
> local c=$3
> echo $a > /sys/kernel/tracing/events/dyndbg/enable
> # avoid drm_vblank*, its noisy
> echo $b > /sys/kernel/tracing/events/drm/drm_debug/enable
> echo $c > /sys/kernel/tracing/events/drm/drm_devdbg/enable
> }
>
> flags_class() {
> local flgs=$1;
> local cls=$2;
> echo class $cls $flgs > /proc/dynamic_debug/control
> }
>
> # turn on each DRM_UT_* for 1 second each.
> # kinda shows relative traffic of each category
> # separated into blocks to get flavor of each
>
> drm_classes() {
> local flgs=$1
> [ -z $flgs ] && flgs="p"
>
> #echo > /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
> #wc /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
>
> for cls in DRM_UT_CORE DRM_UT_DRIVER DRM_UT_KMS DRM_UT_PRIME DRM_UT_ATOMIC \
> DRM_UT_VBL DRM_UT_STATE DRM_UT_LEASE DRM_UT_DP \
> DRM_UT_DRMRES;
> do
> echo -n doing class $cls " "
>
> echo doing class $cls +$flgs
> sleep .1
> flags_class +$flgs $cls
> sleep 1
>
> echo doing class $cls -$flgs
> sleep .1
> flags_class -$flgs $cls
> sleep 1
>
> #wc /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
> done
> }
>
> # like above but with T flag, and markers, trace/enable
> trc_classes() {
> local flgs=$1
> [ -z $flgs ] && flgs="T"
>
> echo > /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
> wc -l /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
>
> events_3 1 1 1
> for cls in DRM_UT_CORE DRM_UT_DRIVER DRM_UT_KMS DRM_UT_PRIME \
> DRM_UT_ATOMIC \
> DRM_UT_VBL DRM_UT_STATE DRM_UT_LEASE DRM_UT_DP \
> DRM_UT_DRMRES;
> do
> echo -n doing class $cls +/- $flgs " "
>
> echo doing class $cls +$flgs > /sys/kernel/tracing/trace_marker
> sleep .1
> flags_class +$flgs $cls
> sleep 1
>
> echo doing class $cls -$flgs > /sys/kernel/tracing/trace_marker
> sleep .1
> flags_class -$flgs $cls
> sleep 1
>
> wc /sys/kernel/tracing/trace
>
> done
> events_3 0 0 0
> }
>
>
> Jim Cromie (33):
>
> 1st, a group of "cleanups"
>
> dyndbg: fix static_branch manipulation
> dyndbg: fix module.dyndbg handling
> dyndbg: show both old and new in change-info
> dyndbg: reverse module walk in cat control
> dyndbg: reverse module.callsite walk in cat control
> dyndbg: use ESCAPE_SPACE for cat control
> dyndbg: let query-modname override actual module name
> dyndbg: add test_dynamic_debug module
> dyndbg: drop EXPORTed dynamic_debug_exec_queries
> dyndbg: cleanup local vars in ddebug_init
> dyndbg: create and use struct _ddebug_info
>
> class FOO support
>
> dyndbg: add class_id to pr_debug callsites
> dyndbg: add __pr_debug_cls for testing
> dyndbg: add DECLARE_DYNDBG_CLASSMAP macro
> kernel/module: add __dyndbg_classes section
> dyndbg: add ddebug_attach_module_classes
> dyndbg: validate class FOO by checking with module
> doc-dyndbg: describe "class CLASS_NAME" query support
> doc-dyndbg: edit dynamic-debug-howto for brevity, audience
>
> add dyndbg-class-param support
>
> dyndbg: add drm.debug style (drm/parameters/debug) bitmap support
> dyndbg: test DECLARE_DYNDBG_CLASSMAP, sysfs nodes
>
> drm.debug adaptation
>
> drm_print: condense enum drm_debug_category
> drm: POC drm on dyndbg - use in core, 2 helpers, 3 drivers.
> drm_print: interpose drm_*dbg with forwarding macros
> drm_print: wrap drm_*_dbg in dyndbg descriptor factory macro
> drm-print.h: include dyndbg header
> drm-print: add drm_dbg_driver to improve namespace symmetry
> drm_print: refine drm_debug_enabled for jump-label
> drm_print: prefer bare printk KERN_DEBUG on generic fn
> drm_print: add _ddebug descriptor to drm_*dbg prototypes
>
> nouveau-LEVEL_NUM integration: WIP/exploratory.
>
> nouveau: change nvkm_debug/trace to use dev_dbg POC
> nouveau: adapt NV_DEBUG, NV_ATOMIC to use DRM.debug
> nouveau: WIP add 2 LEVEL_NUM classmaps for CLI, SUBDEV
>
> .../admin-guide/dynamic-debug-howto.rst | 246 +++++-----
> MAINTAINERS | 2 +
> drivers/gpu/drm/Kconfig | 12 +
> drivers/gpu/drm/Makefile | 2 +
> drivers/gpu/drm/amd/amdgpu/amdgpu_drv.c | 14 +
> drivers/gpu/drm/display/drm_dp_helper.c | 13 +
> drivers/gpu/drm/drm_crtc_helper.c | 13 +
> drivers/gpu/drm/drm_print.c | 48 +-
> drivers/gpu/drm/i915/i915_params.c | 12 +
> .../gpu/drm/nouveau/include/nvkm/core/debug.h | 16 +
> .../drm/nouveau/include/nvkm/core/subdev.h | 17 +-
> drivers/gpu/drm/nouveau/nouveau_drm.c | 20 +
> drivers/gpu/drm/nouveau/nouveau_drv.h | 16 +-
> drivers/gpu/drm/nouveau/nvkm/core/subdev.c | 23 +
> include/asm-generic/vmlinux.lds.h | 3 +
> include/drm/drm_print.h | 85 +++-
> include/linux/dynamic_debug.h | 176 +++++--
> kernel/module/internal.h | 4 +-
> kernel/module/main.c | 20 +-
> lib/Kconfig.debug | 10 +
> lib/Makefile | 1 +
> lib/dynamic_debug.c | 450 +++++++++++++++---
> lib/test_dynamic_debug.c | 165 +++++++
> 23 files changed, 1099 insertions(+), 269 deletions(-)
> create mode 100644 lib/test_dynamic_debug.c
>
> --
> 2.37.1
>

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Daniel Vetter
Software Engineer, Intel Corporation
http://blog.ffwll.ch

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