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#!/usr/bin/python
#
# Tool for analyzing suspend/resume timing
# Copyright (c) 2013, Intel Corporation.
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
# under the terms and conditions of the GNU General Public License,
# version 2, as published by the Free Software Foundation.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope it will be useful, but WITHOUT
# ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
# FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for
# more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with
# this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
# 51 Franklin St - Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
#
# Authors:
# Todd Brandt <todd.e.brandt@linux.intel.com>
#
# Links:
# Home Page
# https://01.org/suspendresume
# Source repo
# https://github.com/01org/suspendresume
#
# Description:
# This tool is designed to assist kernel and OS developers in optimizing
# their linux stack's suspend/resume time. Using a kernel image built
# with a few extra options enabled, the tool will execute a suspend and
# will capture dmesg and ftrace data until resume is complete. This data
# is transformed into a device timeline and a callgraph to give a quick
# and detailed view of which devices and callbacks are taking the most
# time in suspend/resume. The output is a single html file which can be
# viewed in firefox or chrome.
#
# The following kernel build options are required:
# CONFIG_PM_DEBUG=y
# CONFIG_PM_SLEEP_DEBUG=y
# CONFIG_FTRACE=y
# CONFIG_FUNCTION_TRACER=y
# CONFIG_FUNCTION_GRAPH_TRACER=y
# CONFIG_KPROBES=y
# CONFIG_KPROBES_ON_FTRACE=y
#
# For kernel versions older than 3.15:
# The following additional kernel parameters are required:
# (e.g. in file /etc/default/grub)
# GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="... initcall_debug log_buf_len=16M ..."
#
# ----------------- LIBRARIES --------------------
import sys
import time
import os
import string
import re
import platform
from datetime import datetime
import struct
import ConfigParser
from threading import Thread
from subprocess import call, Popen, PIPE
# ----------------- CLASSES --------------------
# Class: SystemValues
# Description:
# A global, single-instance container used to
# store system values and test parameters
class SystemValues:
ansi = False
version = '4.5'
verbose = False
addlogs = False
mindevlen = 0.0
mincglen = 0.0
cgphase = ''
cgtest = -1
callloopmaxgap = 0.0001
callloopmaxlen = 0.005
srgap = 0
cgexp = False
outdir = ''
testdir = '.'
tpath = '/sys/kernel/debug/tracing/'
fpdtpath = '/sys/firmware/acpi/tables/FPDT'
epath = '/sys/kernel/debug/tracing/events/power/'
traceevents = [
'suspend_resume',
'device_pm_callback_end',
'device_pm_callback_start'
]
logmsg = ''
testcommand = ''
mempath = '/dev/mem'
powerfile = '/sys/power/state'
suspendmode = 'mem'
hostname = 'localhost'
prefix = 'test'
teststamp = ''
dmesgstart = 0.0
dmesgfile = ''
ftracefile = ''
htmlfile = ''
embedded = False
rtcwake = False
rtcwaketime = 10
rtcpath = ''
devicefilter = []
stamp = 0
execcount = 1
x2delay = 0
usecallgraph = False
usetraceevents = False
usetraceeventsonly = False
usetracemarkers = True
usekprobes = True
usedevsrc = False
useprocmon = False
notestrun = False
mixedphaseheight = True
devprops = dict()
predelay = 0
postdelay = 0
procexecfmt = 'ps - (?P<ps>.*)$'
devpropfmt = '# Device Properties: .*'
tracertypefmt = '# tracer: (?P<t>.*)'
firmwarefmt = '# fwsuspend (?P<s>[0-9]*) fwresume (?P<r>[0-9]*)$'
stampfmt = '# suspend-(?P<m>[0-9]{2})(?P<d>[0-9]{2})(?P<y>[0-9]{2})-'+\
'(?P<H>[0-9]{2})(?P<M>[0-9]{2})(?P<S>[0-9]{2})'+\
' (?P<host>.*) (?P<mode>.*) (?P<kernel>.*)$'
tracefuncs = {
'sys_sync': dict(),
'pm_prepare_console': dict(),
'pm_notifier_call_chain': dict(),
'freeze_processes': dict(),
'freeze_kernel_threads': dict(),
'pm_restrict_gfp_mask': dict(),
'acpi_suspend_begin': dict(),
'suspend_console': dict(),
'acpi_pm_prepare': dict(),
'syscore_suspend': dict(),
'arch_enable_nonboot_cpus_end': dict(),
'syscore_resume': dict(),
'acpi_pm_finish': dict(),
'resume_console': dict(),
'acpi_pm_end': dict(),
'pm_restore_gfp_mask': dict(),
'thaw_processes': dict(),
'pm_restore_console': dict(),
'CPU_OFF': {
'func':'_cpu_down',
'args_x86_64': {'cpu':'%di:s32'},
'format': 'CPU_OFF[{cpu}]'
},
'CPU_ON': {
'func':'_cpu_up',
'args_x86_64': {'cpu':'%di:s32'},
'format': 'CPU_ON[{cpu}]'
},
}
dev_tracefuncs = {
# general wait/delay/sleep
'msleep': { 'args_x86_64': {'time':'%di:s32'}, 'ub': 1 },
'schedule_timeout_uninterruptible': { 'args_x86_64': {'timeout':'%di:s32'}, 'ub': 1 },
'schedule_timeout': { 'args_x86_64': {'timeout':'%di:s32'}, 'ub': 1 },
'udelay': { 'func':'__const_udelay', 'args_x86_64': {'loops':'%di:s32'}, 'ub': 1 },
'usleep_range': { 'args_x86_64': {'min':'%di:s32', 'max':'%si:s32'}, 'ub': 1 },
'mutex_lock_slowpath': { 'func':'__mutex_lock_slowpath', 'ub': 1 },
'acpi_os_stall': {'ub': 1},
# ACPI
'acpi_resume_power_resources': dict(),
'acpi_ps_parse_aml': dict(),
# filesystem
'ext4_sync_fs': dict(),
# 80211
'iwlagn_mac_start': dict(),
'iwlagn_alloc_bcast_station': dict(),
'iwl_trans_pcie_start_hw': dict(),
'iwl_trans_pcie_start_fw': dict(),
'iwl_run_init_ucode': dict(),
'iwl_load_ucode_wait_alive': dict(),
'iwl_alive_start': dict(),
'iwlagn_mac_stop': dict(),
'iwlagn_mac_suspend': dict(),
'iwlagn_mac_resume': dict(),
'iwlagn_mac_add_interface': dict(),
'iwlagn_mac_remove_interface': dict(),
'iwlagn_mac_change_interface': dict(),
'iwlagn_mac_config': dict(),
'iwlagn_configure_filter': dict(),
'iwlagn_mac_hw_scan': dict(),
'iwlagn_bss_info_changed': dict(),
'iwlagn_mac_channel_switch': dict(),
'iwlagn_mac_flush': dict(),
# ATA
'ata_eh_recover': { 'args_x86_64': {'port':'+36(%di):s32'} },
# i915
'i915_gem_resume': dict(),
'i915_restore_state': dict(),
'intel_opregion_setup': dict(),
'g4x_pre_enable_dp': dict(),
'vlv_pre_enable_dp': dict(),
'chv_pre_enable_dp': dict(),
'g4x_enable_dp': dict(),
'vlv_enable_dp': dict(),
'intel_hpd_init': dict(),
'intel_opregion_register': dict(),
'intel_dp_detect': dict(),
'intel_hdmi_detect': dict(),
'intel_opregion_init': dict(),
'intel_fbdev_set_suspend': dict(),
}
kprobes = dict()
timeformat = '%.3f'
def __init__(self):
# if this is a phoronix test run, set some default options
if('LOG_FILE' in os.environ and 'TEST_RESULTS_IDENTIFIER' in os.environ):
self.embedded = True
self.addlogs = True
self.htmlfile = os.environ['LOG_FILE']
self.archargs = 'args_'+platform.machine()
self.hostname = platform.node()
if(self.hostname == ''):
self.hostname = 'localhost'
rtc = "rtc0"
if os.path.exists('/dev/rtc'):
rtc = os.readlink('/dev/rtc')
rtc = '/sys/class/rtc/'+rtc
if os.path.exists(rtc) and os.path.exists(rtc+'/date') and \
os.path.exists(rtc+'/time') and os.path.exists(rtc+'/wakealarm'):
self.rtcpath = rtc
if (hasattr(sys.stdout, 'isatty') and sys.stdout.isatty()):
self.ansi = True
def setPrecision(self, num):
if num < 0 or num > 6:
return
self.timeformat = '%.{0}f'.format(num)
def setOutputFolder(self, value):
args = dict()
n = datetime.now()
args['date'] = n.strftime('%y%m%d')
args['time'] = n.strftime('%H%M%S')
args['hostname'] = self.hostname
self.outdir = value.format(**args)
def setOutputFile(self):
if((self.htmlfile == '') and (self.dmesgfile != '')):
m = re.match('(?P<name>.*)_dmesg\.txt$', self.dmesgfile)
if(m):
self.htmlfile = m.group('name')+'.html'
if((self.htmlfile == '') and (self.ftracefile != '')):
m = re.match('(?P<name>.*)_ftrace\.txt$', self.ftracefile)
if(m):
self.htmlfile = m.group('name')+'.html'
if(self.htmlfile == ''):
self.htmlfile = 'output.html'
def initTestOutput(self, subdir, testpath=''):
self.prefix = self.hostname
v = open('/proc/version', 'r').read().strip()
kver = string.split(v)[2]
n = datetime.now()
testtime = n.strftime('suspend-%m%d%y-%H%M%S')
if not testpath:
testpath = n.strftime('suspend-%y%m%d-%H%M%S')
if(subdir != "."):
self.testdir = subdir+"/"+testpath
else:
self.testdir = testpath
self.teststamp = \
'# '+testtime+' '+self.prefix+' '+self.suspendmode+' '+kver
if(self.embedded):
self.dmesgfile = \
'/tmp/'+testtime+'_'+self.suspendmode+'_dmesg.txt'
self.ftracefile = \
'/tmp/'+testtime+'_'+self.suspendmode+'_ftrace.txt'
return
self.dmesgfile = \
self.testdir+'/'+self.prefix+'_'+self.suspendmode+'_dmesg.txt'
self.ftracefile = \
self.testdir+'/'+self.prefix+'_'+self.suspendmode+'_ftrace.txt'
self.htmlfile = \
self.testdir+'/'+self.prefix+'_'+self.suspendmode+'.html'
if not os.path.isdir(self.testdir):
os.mkdir(self.testdir)
def setDeviceFilter(self, value):
self.devicefilter = []
if value:
value = value.split(',')
for i in value:
self.devicefilter.append(i.strip())
def rtcWakeAlarmOn(self):
call('echo 0 > '+self.rtcpath+'/wakealarm', shell=True)
outD = open(self.rtcpath+'/date', 'r').read().strip()
outT = open(self.rtcpath+'/time', 'r').read().strip()
mD = re.match('^(?P<y>[0-9]*)-(?P<m>[0-9]*)-(?P<d>[0-9]*)', outD)
mT = re.match('^(?P<h>[0-9]*):(?P<m>[0-9]*):(?P<s>[0-9]*)', outT)
if(mD and mT):
# get the current time from hardware
utcoffset = int((datetime.now() - datetime.utcnow()).total_seconds())
dt = datetime(\
int(mD.group('y')), int(mD.group('m')), int(mD.group('d')),
int(mT.group('h')), int(mT.group('m')), int(mT.group('s')))
nowtime = int(dt.strftime('%s')) + utcoffset
else:
# if hardware time fails, use the software time
nowtime = int(datetime.now().strftime('%s'))
alarm = nowtime + self.rtcwaketime
call('echo %d > %s/wakealarm' % (alarm, self.rtcpath), shell=True)
def rtcWakeAlarmOff(self):
call('echo 0 > %s/wakealarm' % self.rtcpath, shell=True)
def initdmesg(self):
# get the latest time stamp from the dmesg log
fp = Popen('dmesg', stdout=PIPE).stdout
ktime = '0'
for line in fp:
line = line.replace('\r\n', '')
idx = line.find('[')
if idx > 1:
line = line[idx:]
m = re.match('[ \t]*(\[ *)(?P<ktime>[0-9\.]*)(\]) (?P<msg>.*)', line)
if(m):
ktime = m.group('ktime')
fp.close()
self.dmesgstart = float(ktime)
def getdmesg(self):
# store all new dmesg lines since initdmesg was called
fp = Popen('dmesg', stdout=PIPE).stdout
op = open(self.dmesgfile, 'a')
for line in fp:
line = line.replace('\r\n', '')
idx = line.find('[')
if idx > 1:
line = line[idx:]
m = re.match('[ \t]*(\[ *)(?P<ktime>[0-9\.]*)(\]) (?P<msg>.*)', line)
if(not m):
continue
ktime = float(m.group('ktime'))
if ktime > self.dmesgstart:
op.write(line)
fp.close()
op.close()
def addFtraceFilterFunctions(self, file):
fp = open(file)
list = fp.read().split('\n')
fp.close()
for i in list:
if len(i) < 2:
continue
self.tracefuncs[i] = dict()
def getFtraceFilterFunctions(self, current):
rootCheck(True)
if not current:
call('cat '+self.tpath+'available_filter_functions', shell=True)
return
fp = open(self.tpath+'available_filter_functions')
master = fp.read().split('\n')
fp.close()
for i in self.tracefuncs:
if 'func' in self.tracefuncs[i]:
i = self.tracefuncs[i]['func']
if i in master:
print i
else:
print self.colorText(i)
def setFtraceFilterFunctions(self, list):
fp = open(self.tpath+'available_filter_functions')
master = fp.read().split('\n')
fp.close()
flist = ''
for i in list:
if i not in master:
continue
if ' [' in i:
flist += i.split(' ')[0]+'\n'
else:
flist += i+'\n'
fp = open(self.tpath+'set_graph_function', 'w')
fp.write(flist)
fp.close()
def basicKprobe(self, name):
self.kprobes[name] = {'name': name,'func': name,'args': dict(),'format': name}
def defaultKprobe(self, name, kdata):
k = kdata
for field in ['name', 'format', 'func']:
if field not in k:
k[field] = name
if self.archargs in k:
k['args'] = k[self.archargs]
else:
k['args'] = dict()
k['format'] = name
self.kprobes[name] = k
def kprobeColor(self, name):
if name not in self.kprobes or 'color' not in self.kprobes[name]:
return ''
return self.kprobes[name]['color']
def kprobeDisplayName(self, name, dataraw):
if name not in self.kprobes:
self.basicKprobe(name)
data = ''
quote=0
# first remvoe any spaces inside quotes, and the quotes
for c in dataraw:
if c == '"':
quote = (quote + 1) % 2
if quote and c == ' ':
data += '_'
elif c != '"':
data += c
fmt, args = self.kprobes[name]['format'], self.kprobes[name]['args']
arglist = dict()
# now process the args
for arg in sorted(args):
arglist[arg] = ''
m = re.match('.* '+arg+'=(?P<arg>.*) ', data);
if m:
arglist[arg] = m.group('arg')
else:
m = re.match('.* '+arg+'=(?P<arg>.*)', data);
if m:
arglist[arg] = m.group('arg')
out = fmt.format(**arglist)
out = out.replace(' ', '_').replace('"', '')
return out
def kprobeText(self, kname, kprobe):
name = fmt = func = kname
args = dict()
if 'name' in kprobe:
name = kprobe['name']
if 'format' in kprobe:
fmt = kprobe['format']
if 'func' in kprobe:
func = kprobe['func']
if self.archargs in kprobe:
args = kprobe[self.archargs]
if 'args' in kprobe:
args = kprobe['args']
if re.findall('{(?P<n>[a-z,A-Z,0-9]*)}', func):
doError('Kprobe "%s" has format info in the function name "%s"' % (name, func))
for arg in re.findall('{(?P<n>[a-z,A-Z,0-9]*)}', fmt):
if arg not in args:
doError('Kprobe "%s" is missing argument "%s"' % (name, arg))
val = 'p:%s_cal %s' % (name, func)
for i in sorted(args):
val += ' %s=%s' % (i, args[i])
val += '\nr:%s_ret %s $retval\n' % (name, func)
return val
def addKprobes(self, output=False):
if len(sysvals.kprobes) < 1:
return
if output:
print(' kprobe functions in this kernel:')
# first test each kprobe
rejects = []
# sort kprobes: trace, ub-dev, custom, dev
kpl = [[], [], [], []]
for name in sorted(self.kprobes):
res = self.colorText('YES', 32)
if not self.testKprobe(name, self.kprobes[name]):
res = self.colorText('NO')
rejects.append(name)
else:
if name in self.tracefuncs:
kpl[0].append(name)
elif name in self.dev_tracefuncs:
if 'ub' in self.dev_tracefuncs[name]:
kpl[1].append(name)
else:
kpl[3].append(name)
else:
kpl[2].append(name)
if output:
print(' %s: %s' % (name, res))
kplist = kpl[0] + kpl[1] + kpl[2] + kpl[3]
# remove all failed ones from the list
for name in rejects:
self.kprobes.pop(name)
# set the kprobes all at once
self.fsetVal('', 'kprobe_events')
kprobeevents = ''
for kp in kplist:
kprobeevents += self.kprobeText(kp, self.kprobes[kp])
self.fsetVal(kprobeevents, 'kprobe_events')
# verify that the kprobes were set as ordered
check = self.fgetVal('kprobe_events')
linesout = len(kprobeevents.split('\n')) - 1
linesack = len(check.split('\n')) - 1
if output:
res = '%d/%d' % (linesack, linesout)
if linesack < linesout:
res = self.colorText(res, 31)
else:
res = self.colorText(res, 32)
print(' working kprobe functions enabled: %s' % res)
self.fsetVal('1', 'events/kprobes/enable')
def testKprobe(self, kname, kprobe):
self.fsetVal('0', 'events/kprobes/enable')
kprobeevents = self.kprobeText(kname, kprobe)
if not kprobeevents:
return False
try:
self.fsetVal(kprobeevents, 'kprobe_events')
check = self.fgetVal('kprobe_events')
except:
return False
linesout = len(kprobeevents.split('\n'))
linesack = len(check.split('\n'))
if linesack < linesout:
return False
return True
def fsetVal(self, val, path, mode='w'):
file = self.tpath+path
if not os.path.exists(file):
return False
try:
fp = open(file, mode, 0)
fp.write(val)
fp.flush()
fp.close()
except:
pass
return True
def fgetVal(self, path):
file = self.tpath+path
res = ''
if not os.path.exists(file):
return res
try:
fp = open(file, 'r')
res = fp.read()
fp.close()
except:
pass
return res
def cleanupFtrace(self):
if(self.usecallgraph or self.usetraceevents):
self.fsetVal('0', 'events/kprobes/enable')
self.fsetVal('', 'kprobe_events')
def setupAllKprobes(self):
for name in self.tracefuncs:
self.defaultKprobe(name, self.tracefuncs[name])
for name in self.dev_tracefuncs:
self.defaultKprobe(name, self.dev_tracefuncs[name])
def isCallgraphFunc(self, name):
if len(self.tracefuncs) < 1 and self.suspendmode == 'command':
return True
for i in self.tracefuncs:
if 'func' in self.tracefuncs[i]:
f = self.tracefuncs[i]['func']
else:
f = i
if name == f:
return True
return False
def initFtrace(self, testing=False):
print('INITIALIZING FTRACE...')
# turn trace off
self.fsetVal('0', 'tracing_on')
self.cleanupFtrace()
# set the trace clock to global
self.fsetVal('global', 'trace_clock')
# set trace buffer to a huge value
self.fsetVal('nop', 'current_tracer')
self.fsetVal('100000', 'buffer_size_kb')
# go no further if this is just a status check
if testing:
return
# initialize the callgraph trace
if(self.usecallgraph):
# set trace type
self.fsetVal('function_graph', 'current_tracer')
self.fsetVal('', 'set_ftrace_filter')
# set trace format options
self.fsetVal('print-parent', 'trace_options')
self.fsetVal('funcgraph-abstime', 'trace_options')
self.fsetVal('funcgraph-cpu', 'trace_options')
self.fsetVal('funcgraph-duration', 'trace_options')
self.fsetVal('funcgraph-proc', 'trace_options')
self.fsetVal('funcgraph-tail', 'trace_options')
self.fsetVal('nofuncgraph-overhead', 'trace_options')
self.fsetVal('context-info', 'trace_options')
self.fsetVal('graph-time', 'trace_options')
self.fsetVal('0', 'max_graph_depth')
cf = ['dpm_run_callback']
if(self.usetraceeventsonly):
cf += ['dpm_prepare', 'dpm_complete']
for fn in self.tracefuncs:
if 'func' in self.tracefuncs[fn]:
cf.append(self.tracefuncs[fn]['func'])
else:
cf.append(fn)
self.setFtraceFilterFunctions(cf)
# initialize the kprobe trace
elif self.usekprobes:
for name in self.tracefuncs:
self.defaultKprobe(name, self.tracefuncs[name])
if self.usedevsrc:
for name in self.dev_tracefuncs:
self.defaultKprobe(name, self.dev_tracefuncs[name])
print('INITIALIZING KPROBES...')
self.addKprobes(self.verbose)
if(self.usetraceevents):
# turn trace events on
events = iter(self.traceevents)
for e in events:
self.fsetVal('1', 'events/power/'+e+'/enable')
# clear the trace buffer
self.fsetVal('', 'trace')
def verifyFtrace(self):
# files needed for any trace data
files = ['buffer_size_kb', 'current_tracer', 'trace', 'trace_clock',
'trace_marker', 'trace_options', 'tracing_on']
# files needed for callgraph trace data
tp = self.tpath
if(self.usecallgraph):
files += [
'available_filter_functions',
'set_ftrace_filter',
'set_graph_function'
]
for f in files:
if(os.path.exists(tp+f) == False):
return False
return True
def verifyKprobes(self):
# files needed for kprobes to work
files = ['kprobe_events', 'events']
tp = self.tpath
for f in files:
if(os.path.exists(tp+f) == False):
return False
return True
def colorText(self, str, color=31):
if not self.ansi:
return str
return '\x1B[%d;40m%s\x1B[m' % (color, str)
sysvals = SystemValues()
# Class: DevProps
# Description:
# Simple class which holds property values collected
# for all the devices used in the timeline.
class DevProps:
syspath = ''
altname = ''
async = True
xtraclass = ''
xtrainfo = ''
def out(self, dev):
return '%s,%s,%d;' % (dev, self.altname, self.async)
def debug(self, dev):
print '%s:\n\taltname = %s\n\t async = %s' % (dev, self.altname, self.async)
def altName(self, dev):
if not self.altname or self.altname == dev:
return dev
return '%s [%s]' % (self.altname, dev)
def xtraClass(self):
if self.xtraclass:
return ' '+self.xtraclass
if not self.async:
return ' sync'
return ''
def xtraInfo(self):
if self.xtraclass:
return ' '+self.xtraclass
if self.async:
return ' async_device'
return ' sync_device'
# Class: DeviceNode
# Description:
# A container used to create a device hierachy, with a single root node
# and a tree of child nodes. Used by Data.deviceTopology()
class DeviceNode:
name = ''
children = 0
depth = 0
def __init__(self, nodename, nodedepth):
self.name = nodename
self.children = []
self.depth = nodedepth
# Class: Data
# Description:
# The primary container for suspend/resume test data. There is one for
# each test run. The data is organized into a cronological hierarchy:
# Data.dmesg {
# phases {
# 10 sequential, non-overlapping phases of S/R
# contents: times for phase start/end, order/color data for html
# devlist {
# device callback or action list for this phase
# device {
# a single device callback or generic action
# contents: start/stop times, pid/cpu/driver info
# parents/children, html id for timeline/callgraph
# optionally includes an ftrace callgraph
# optionally includes dev/ps data
# }
# }
# }
# }
#
class Data:
dmesg = {} # root data structure
phases = [] # ordered list of phases
start = 0.0 # test start
end = 0.0 # test end
tSuspended = 0.0 # low-level suspend start
tResumed = 0.0 # low-level resume start
tKernSus = 0.0 # kernel level suspend start
tKernRes = 0.0 # kernel level resume end
tLow = 0.0 # time spent in low-level suspend (standby/freeze)
fwValid = False # is firmware data available
fwSuspend = 0 # time spent in firmware suspend
fwResume = 0 # time spent in firmware resume
dmesgtext = [] # dmesg text file in memory
pstl = 0 # process timeline
testnumber = 0
idstr = ''
html_device_id = 0
stamp = 0
outfile = ''
devpids = []
kerror = False
def __init__(self, num):
idchar = 'abcdefghij'
self.pstl = dict()
self.testnumber = num
self.idstr = idchar[num]
self.dmesgtext = []
self.phases = []
self.dmesg = { # fixed list of 10 phases
'suspend_prepare': {'list': dict(), 'start': -1.0, 'end': -1.0,
'row': 0, 'color': '#CCFFCC', 'order': 0},
'suspend': {'list': dict(), 'start': -1.0, 'end': -1.0,
'row': 0, 'color': '#88FF88', 'order': 1},
'suspend_late': {'list': dict(), 'start': -1.0, 'end': -1.0,
'row': 0, 'color': '#00AA00', 'order': 2},
'suspend_noirq': {'list': dict(), 'start': -1.0, 'end': -1.0,
'row': 0, 'color': '#008888', 'order': 3},
'suspend_machine': {'list': dict(), 'start': -1.0, 'end': -1.0,
'row': 0, 'color': '#0000FF', 'order': 4},
'resume_machine': {'list': dict(), 'start': -1.0, 'end': -1.0,
'row': 0, 'color': '#FF0000', 'order': 5},
'resume_noirq': {'list': dict(), 'start': -1.0, 'end': -1.0,
'row': 0, 'color': '#FF9900', 'order': 6},
'resume_early': {'list': dict(), 'start': -1.0, 'end': -1.0,
'row': 0, 'color': '#FFCC00', 'order': 7},
'resume': {'list': dict(), 'start': -1.0, 'end': -1.0,
'row': 0, 'color': '#FFFF88', 'order': 8},
'resume_complete': {'list': dict(), 'start': -1.0, 'end': -1.0,
'row': 0, 'color': '#FFFFCC', 'order': 9}
}
self.phases = self.sortedPhases()
self.devicegroups = []
for phase in self.phases:
self.devicegroups.append([phase])
self.errorinfo = {'suspend':[],'resume':[]}
def extractErrorInfo(self, dmesg):
error = ''
tm = 0.0
for i in range(len(dmesg)):
if 'Call Trace:' in dmesg[i]:
m = re.match('[ \t]*(\[ *)(?P<ktime>[0-9\.]*)(\]) .*', dmesg[i])
if not m:
continue
tm = float(m.group('ktime'))
if tm < self.start or tm > self.end:
continue
for j in range(i-10, i+1):
error += dmesg[j]
continue
if error:
m = re.match('[ \t]*\[ *[0-9\.]*\] \[\<[0-9a-fA-F]*\>\] .*', dmesg[i])
if m:
error += dmesg[i]
else:
if tm < self.tSuspended:
dir = 'suspend'
else:
dir = 'resume'
error = error.replace('<', '&lt').replace('>', '&gt')
vprint('kernel error found in %s at %f' % (dir, tm))
self.errorinfo[dir].append((tm, error))
self.kerror = True
error = ''
def setStart(self, time):
self.start = time
def setEnd(self, time):
self.end = time
def isTraceEventOutsideDeviceCalls(self, pid, time):
for phase in self.phases:
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
for dev in list:
d = list[dev]
if(d['pid'] == pid and time >= d['start'] and
time < d['end']):
return False
return True
def sourcePhase(self, start):
for phase in self.phases:
pend = self.dmesg[phase]['end']
if start <= pend:
return phase
return 'resume_complete'
def sourceDevice(self, phaselist, start, end, pid, type):
tgtdev = ''
for phase in phaselist:
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
for devname in list:
dev = list[devname]
# pid must match
if dev['pid'] != pid:
continue
devS = dev['start']
devE = dev['end']
if type == 'device':
# device target event is entirely inside the source boundary
if(start < devS or start >= devE or end <= devS or end > devE):
continue
elif type == 'thread':
# thread target event will expand the source boundary
if start < devS:
dev['start'] = start
if end > devE:
dev['end'] = end
tgtdev = dev
break
return tgtdev
def addDeviceFunctionCall(self, displayname, kprobename, proc, pid, start, end, cdata, rdata):
# try to place the call in a device
tgtdev = self.sourceDevice(self.phases, start, end, pid, 'device')
# calls with device pids that occur outside device bounds are dropped
# TODO: include these somehow
if not tgtdev and pid in self.devpids:
return False
# try to place the call in a thread
if not tgtdev:
tgtdev = self.sourceDevice(self.phases, start, end, pid, 'thread')
# create new thread blocks, expand as new calls are found
if not tgtdev:
if proc == '<...>':
threadname = 'kthread-%d' % (pid)
else:
threadname = '%s-%d' % (proc, pid)
tgtphase = self.sourcePhase(start)
self.newAction(tgtphase, threadname, pid, '', start, end, '', ' kth', '')
return self.addDeviceFunctionCall(displayname, kprobename, proc, pid, start, end, cdata, rdata)
# this should not happen
if not tgtdev:
vprint('[%f - %f] %s-%d %s %s %s' % \
(start, end, proc, pid, kprobename, cdata, rdata))
return False
# place the call data inside the src element of the tgtdev
if('src' not in tgtdev):
tgtdev['src'] = []
dtf = sysvals.dev_tracefuncs
ubiquitous = False
if kprobename in dtf and 'ub' in dtf[kprobename]:
ubiquitous = True
title = cdata+' '+rdata
mstr = '\(.*\) *(?P<args>.*) *\((?P<caller>.*)\+.* arg1=(?P<ret>.*)'
m = re.match(mstr, title)
if m:
c = m.group('caller')
a = m.group('args').strip()
r = m.group('ret')
if len(r) > 6:
r = ''
else:
r = 'ret=%s ' % r
if ubiquitous and c in dtf and 'ub' in dtf[c]:
return False
color = sysvals.kprobeColor(kprobename)
e = DevFunction(displayname, a, c, r, start, end, ubiquitous, proc, pid, color)
tgtdev['src'].append(e)
return True
def overflowDevices(self):
# get a list of devices that extend beyond the end of this test run
devlist = []
for phase in self.phases:
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
for devname in list:
dev = list[devname]
if dev['end'] > self.end:
devlist.append(dev)
return devlist
def mergeOverlapDevices(self, devlist):
# merge any devices that overlap devlist
for dev in devlist:
devname = dev['name']
for phase in self.phases:
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
if devname not in list:
continue
tdev = list[devname]
o = min(dev['end'], tdev['end']) - max(dev['start'], tdev['start'])
if o <= 0:
continue
dev['end'] = tdev['end']
if 'src' not in dev or 'src' not in tdev:
continue
dev['src'] += tdev['src']
del list[devname]
def usurpTouchingThread(self, name, dev):
# the caller test has priority of this thread, give it to him
for phase in self.phases:
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
if name in list:
tdev = list[name]
if tdev['start'] - dev['end'] < 0.1:
dev['end'] = tdev['end']
if 'src' not in dev:
dev['src'] = []
if 'src' in tdev:
dev['src'] += tdev['src']
del list[name]
break
def stitchTouchingThreads(self, testlist):
# merge any threads between tests that touch
for phase in self.phases:
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
for devname in list:
dev = list[devname]
if 'htmlclass' not in dev or 'kth' not in dev['htmlclass']:
continue
for data in testlist:
data.usurpTouchingThread(devname, dev)
def optimizeDevSrc(self):
# merge any src call loops to reduce timeline size
for phase in self.phases:
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
for dev in list:
if 'src' not in list[dev]:
continue
src = list[dev]['src']
p = 0
for e in sorted(src, key=lambda event: event.time):
if not p or not e.repeat(p):
p = e
continue
# e is another iteration of p, move it into p
p.end = e.end
p.length = p.end - p.time
p.count += 1
src.remove(e)
def trimTimeVal(self, t, t0, dT, left):
if left:
if(t > t0):
if(t - dT < t0):
return t0
return t - dT
else:
return t
else:
if(t < t0 + dT):
if(t > t0):
return t0 + dT
return t + dT
else:
return t
def trimTime(self, t0, dT, left):
self.tSuspended = self.trimTimeVal(self.tSuspended, t0, dT, left)
self.tResumed = self.trimTimeVal(self.tResumed, t0, dT, left)
self.start = self.trimTimeVal(self.start, t0, dT, left)
self.tKernSus = self.trimTimeVal(self.tKernSus, t0, dT, left)
self.tKernRes = self.trimTimeVal(self.tKernRes, t0, dT, left)
self.end = self.trimTimeVal(self.end, t0, dT, left)
for phase in self.phases:
p = self.dmesg[phase]
p['start'] = self.trimTimeVal(p['start'], t0, dT, left)
p['end'] = self.trimTimeVal(p['end'], t0, dT, left)
list = p['list']
for name in list:
d = list[name]
d['start'] = self.trimTimeVal(d['start'], t0, dT, left)
d['end'] = self.trimTimeVal(d['end'], t0, dT, left)
if('ftrace' in d):
cg = d['ftrace']
cg.start = self.trimTimeVal(cg.start, t0, dT, left)
cg.end = self.trimTimeVal(cg.end, t0, dT, left)
for line in cg.list:
line.time = self.trimTimeVal(line.time, t0, dT, left)
if('src' in d):
for e in d['src']:
e.time = self.trimTimeVal(e.time, t0, dT, left)
def normalizeTime(self, tZero):
# trim out any standby or freeze clock time
if(self.tSuspended != self.tResumed):
if(self.tResumed > tZero):
self.trimTime(self.tSuspended, \
self.tResumed-self.tSuspended, True)
else:
self.trimTime(self.tSuspended, \
self.tResumed-self.tSuspended, False)
def setPhase(self, phase, ktime, isbegin):
if(isbegin):
self.dmesg[phase]['start'] = ktime
else:
self.dmesg[phase]['end'] = ktime
def dmesgSortVal(self, phase):
return self.dmesg[phase]['order']
def sortedPhases(self):
return sorted(self.dmesg, key=self.dmesgSortVal)
def sortedDevices(self, phase):
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
slist = []
tmp = dict()
for devname in list:
dev = list[devname]
tmp[dev['start']] = devname
for t in sorted(tmp):
slist.append(tmp[t])
return slist
def fixupInitcalls(self, phase):
# if any calls never returned, clip them at system resume end
phaselist = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
for devname in phaselist:
dev = phaselist[devname]
if(dev['end'] < 0):
for p in self.phases:
if self.dmesg[p]['end'] > dev['start']:
dev['end'] = self.dmesg[p]['end']
break
vprint('%s (%s): callback didnt return' % (devname, phase))
def deviceFilter(self, devicefilter):
for phase in self.phases:
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
rmlist = []
for name in list:
keep = False
for filter in devicefilter:
if filter in name or \
('drv' in list[name] and filter in list[name]['drv']):
keep = True
if not keep:
rmlist.append(name)
for name in rmlist:
del list[name]
def fixupInitcallsThatDidntReturn(self):
# if any calls never returned, clip them at system resume end
for phase in self.phases:
self.fixupInitcalls(phase)
def phaseOverlap(self, phases):
rmgroups = []
newgroup = []
for group in self.devicegroups:
for phase in phases:
if phase not in group:
continue
for p in group:
if p not in newgroup:
newgroup.append(p)
if group not in rmgroups:
rmgroups.append(group)
for group in rmgroups:
self.devicegroups.remove(group)
self.devicegroups.append(newgroup)
def newActionGlobal(self, name, start, end, pid=-1, color=''):
# which phase is this device callback or action in
targetphase = 'none'
htmlclass = ''
overlap = 0.0
phases = []
for phase in self.phases:
pstart = self.dmesg[phase]['start']
pend = self.dmesg[phase]['end']
# see if the action overlaps this phase
o = max(0, min(end, pend) - max(start, pstart))
if o > 0:
phases.append(phase)
# set the target phase to the one that overlaps most
if o > overlap:
if overlap > 0 and phase == 'post_resume':
continue
targetphase = phase
overlap = o
# if no target phase was found, pin it to the edge
if targetphase == 'none':
p0start = self.dmesg[self.phases[0]]['start']
if start <= p0start:
targetphase = self.phases[0]
else:
targetphase = self.phases[-1]
if pid == -2:
htmlclass = ' bg'
elif pid == -3:
htmlclass = ' ps'
if len(phases) > 1:
htmlclass = ' bg'
self.phaseOverlap(phases)
if targetphase in self.phases:
newname = self.newAction(targetphase, name, pid, '', start, end, '', htmlclass, color)
return (targetphase, newname)
return False
def newAction(self, phase, name, pid, parent, start, end, drv, htmlclass='', color=''):
# new device callback for a specific phase
self.html_device_id += 1
devid = '%s%d' % (self.idstr, self.html_device_id)
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
length = -1.0
if(start >= 0 and end >= 0):
length = end - start
if pid == -2:
i = 2
origname = name
while(name in list):
name = '%s[%d]' % (origname, i)
i += 1
list[name] = {'name': name, 'start': start, 'end': end, 'pid': pid,
'par': parent, 'length': length, 'row': 0, 'id': devid, 'drv': drv }
if htmlclass:
list[name]['htmlclass'] = htmlclass
if color:
list[name]['color'] = color
return name
def deviceChildren(self, devname, phase):
devlist = []
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
for child in list:
if(list[child]['par'] == devname):
devlist.append(child)
return devlist
def printDetails(self):
vprint('Timeline Details:')
vprint(' test start: %f' % self.start)
vprint('kernel suspend start: %f' % self.tKernSus)
for phase in self.phases:
dc = len(self.dmesg[phase]['list'])
vprint(' %16s: %f - %f (%d devices)' % (phase, \
self.dmesg[phase]['start'], self.dmesg[phase]['end'], dc))
vprint(' kernel resume end: %f' % self.tKernRes)
vprint(' test end: %f' % self.end)
def deviceChildrenAllPhases(self, devname):
devlist = []
for phase in self.phases:
list = self.deviceChildren(devname, phase)
for dev in list:
if dev not in devlist:
devlist.append(dev)
return devlist
def masterTopology(self, name, list, depth):
node = DeviceNode(name, depth)
for cname in list:
# avoid recursions
if name == cname:
continue
clist = self.deviceChildrenAllPhases(cname)
cnode = self.masterTopology(cname, clist, depth+1)
node.children.append(cnode)
return node
def printTopology(self, node):
html = ''
if node.name:
info = ''
drv = ''
for phase in self.phases:
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
if node.name in list:
s = list[node.name]['start']
e = list[node.name]['end']
if list[node.name]['drv']:
drv = ' {'+list[node.name]['drv']+'}'
info += ('<li>%s: %.3fms</li>' % (phase, (e-s)*1000))
html += '<li><b>'+node.name+drv+'</b>'
if info:
html += '<ul>'+info+'</ul>'
html += '</li>'
if len(node.children) > 0:
html += '<ul>'
for cnode in node.children:
html += self.printTopology(cnode)
html += '</ul>'
return html
def rootDeviceList(self):
# list of devices graphed
real = []
for phase in self.dmesg:
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
for dev in list:
if list[dev]['pid'] >= 0 and dev not in real:
real.append(dev)
# list of top-most root devices
rootlist = []
for phase in self.dmesg:
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
for dev in list:
pdev = list[dev]['par']
pid = list[dev]['pid']
if(pid < 0 or re.match('[0-9]*-[0-9]*\.[0-9]*[\.0-9]*\:[\.0-9]*$', pdev)):
continue
if pdev and pdev not in real and pdev not in rootlist:
rootlist.append(pdev)
return rootlist
def deviceTopology(self):
rootlist = self.rootDeviceList()
master = self.masterTopology('', rootlist, 0)
return self.printTopology(master)
def selectTimelineDevices(self, widfmt, tTotal, mindevlen):
# only select devices that will actually show up in html
self.tdevlist = dict()
for phase in self.dmesg:
devlist = []
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
for dev in list:
length = (list[dev]['end'] - list[dev]['start']) * 1000
width = widfmt % (((list[dev]['end']-list[dev]['start'])*100)/tTotal)
if width != '0.000000' and length >= mindevlen:
devlist.append(dev)
self.tdevlist[phase] = devlist
def addHorizontalDivider(self, devname, devend):
phase = 'suspend_prepare'
self.newAction(phase, devname, -2, '', \
self.start, devend, '', ' sec', '')
if phase not in self.tdevlist:
self.tdevlist[phase] = []
self.tdevlist[phase].append(devname)
d = DevItem(0, phase, self.dmesg[phase]['list'][devname])
return d
def addProcessUsageEvent(self, name, times):
# get the start and end times for this process
maxC = 0
tlast = 0
start = -1
end = -1
for t in sorted(times):
if tlast == 0:
tlast = t
continue
if name in self.pstl[t]:
if start == -1 or tlast < start:
start = tlast
if end == -1 or t > end:
end = t
tlast = t
if start == -1 or end == -1:
return 0
# add a new action for this process and get the object
out = self.newActionGlobal(name, start, end, -3)
if not out:
return 0
phase, devname = out
dev = self.dmesg[phase]['list'][devname]
# get the cpu exec data
tlast = 0
clast = 0
cpuexec = dict()
for t in sorted(times):
if tlast == 0 or t <= start or t > end:
tlast = t
continue
list = self.pstl[t]
c = 0
if name in list:
c = list[name]
if c > maxC:
maxC = c
if c != clast:
key = (tlast, t)
cpuexec[key] = c
tlast = t
clast = c
dev['cpuexec'] = cpuexec
return maxC
def createProcessUsageEvents(self):
# get an array of process names
proclist = []
for t in self.pstl:
pslist = self.pstl[t]
for ps in pslist:
if ps not in proclist:
proclist.append(ps)
# get a list of data points for suspend and resume
tsus = []
tres = []
for t in sorted(self.pstl):
if t < self.tSuspended:
tsus.append(t)
else:
tres.append(t)
# process the events for suspend and resume
if len(proclist) > 0:
vprint('Process Execution:')
for ps in proclist:
c = self.addProcessUsageEvent(ps, tsus)
if c > 0:
vprint('%25s (sus): %d' % (ps, c))
c = self.addProcessUsageEvent(ps, tres)
if c > 0:
vprint('%25s (res): %d' % (ps, c))
# Class: DevFunction
# Description:
# A container for kprobe function data we want in the dev timeline
class DevFunction:
row = 0
count = 1
def __init__(self, name, args, caller, ret, start, end, u, proc, pid, color):
self.name = name
self.args = args
self.caller = caller
self.ret = ret
self.time = start
self.length = end - start
self.end = end
self.ubiquitous = u
self.proc = proc
self.pid = pid
self.color = color
def title(self):
cnt = ''
if self.count > 1:
cnt = '(x%d)' % self.count
l = '%0.3fms' % (self.length * 1000)
if self.ubiquitous:
title = '%s(%s)%s <- %s, %s(%s)' % \
(self.name, self.args, cnt, self.caller, self.ret, l)
else:
title = '%s(%s) %s%s(%s)' % (self.name, self.args, self.ret, cnt, l)
return title.replace('"', '')
def text(self):
if self.count > 1:
text = '%s(x%d)' % (self.name, self.count)
else:
text = self.name
return text
def repeat(self, tgt):
# is the tgt call just a repeat of this call (e.g. are we in a loop)
dt = self.time - tgt.end
# only combine calls if -all- attributes are identical
if tgt.caller == self.caller and \
tgt.name == self.name and tgt.args == self.args and \
tgt.proc == self.proc and tgt.pid == self.pid and \
tgt.ret == self.ret and dt >= 0 and \
dt <= sysvals.callloopmaxgap and \
self.length < sysvals.callloopmaxlen:
return True
return False
# Class: FTraceLine
# Description:
# A container for a single line of ftrace data. There are six basic types:
# callgraph line:
# call: " dpm_run_callback() {"
# return: " }"
# leaf: " dpm_run_callback();"
# trace event:
# tracing_mark_write: SUSPEND START or RESUME COMPLETE
# suspend_resume: phase or custom exec block data
# device_pm_callback: device callback info
class FTraceLine:
time = 0.0
length = 0.0
fcall = False
freturn = False
fevent = False
fkprobe = False
depth = 0
name = ''
type = ''
def __init__(self, t, m='', d=''):
self.time = float(t)
if not m and not d:
return
# is this a trace event
if(d == 'traceevent' or re.match('^ *\/\* *(?P<msg>.*) \*\/ *$', m)):
if(d == 'traceevent'):
# nop format trace event
msg = m
else:
# function_graph format trace event
em = re.match('^ *\/\* *(?P<msg>.*) \*\/ *$', m)
msg = em.group('msg')
emm = re.match('^(?P<call>.*?): (?P<msg>.*)', msg)
if(emm):
self.name = emm.group('msg')
self.type = emm.group('call')
else:
self.name = msg
km = re.match('^(?P<n>.*)_cal$', self.type)
if km:
self.fcall = True
self.fkprobe = True
self.type = km.group('n')
return
km = re.match('^(?P<n>.*)_ret$', self.type)
if km:
self.freturn = True
self.fkprobe = True
self.type = km.group('n')
return
self.fevent = True
return
# convert the duration to seconds
if(d):
self.length = float(d)/1000000
# the indentation determines the depth
match = re.match('^(?P<d> *)(?P<o>.*)$', m)
if(not match):
return
self.depth = self.getDepth(match.group('d'))
m = match.group('o')
# function return
if(m[0] == '}'):
self.freturn = True
if(len(m) > 1):
# includes comment with function name
match = re.match('^} *\/\* *(?P<n>.*) *\*\/$', m)
if(match):
self.name = match.group('n').strip()
# function call
else:
self.fcall = True
# function call with children
if(m[-1] == '{'):
match = re.match('^(?P<n>.*) *\(.*', m)
if(match):
self.name = match.group('n').strip()
# function call with no children (leaf)
elif(m[-1] == ';'):
self.freturn = True
match = re.match('^(?P<n>.*) *\(.*', m)
if(match):
self.name = match.group('n').strip()
# something else (possibly a trace marker)
else:
self.name = m
def getDepth(self, str):
return len(str)/2
def debugPrint(self, dev=''):
if(self.freturn and self.fcall):
print('%s -- %f (%02d): %s(); (%.3f us)' % (dev, self.time, \
self.depth, self.name, self.length*1000000))
elif(self.freturn):
print('%s -- %f (%02d): %s} (%.3f us)' % (dev, self.time, \
self.depth, self.name, self.length*1000000))
else:
print('%s -- %f (%02d): %s() { (%.3f us)' % (dev, self.time, \
self.depth, self.name, self.length*1000000))
def startMarker(self):
# Is this the starting line of a suspend?
if not self.fevent:
return False
if sysvals.usetracemarkers:
if(self.name == 'SUSPEND START'):
return True
return False
else:
if(self.type == 'suspend_resume' and
re.match('suspend_enter\[.*\] begin', self.name)):
return True
return False
def endMarker(self):
# Is this the ending line of a resume?
if not self.fevent:
return False
if sysvals.usetracemarkers:
if(self.name == 'RESUME COMPLETE'):
return True
return False
else:
if(self.type == 'suspend_resume' and
re.match('thaw_processes\[.*\] end', self.name)):
return True
return False
# Class: FTraceCallGraph
# Description:
# A container for the ftrace callgraph of a single recursive function.
# This can be a dpm_run_callback, dpm_prepare, or dpm_complete callgraph
# Each instance is tied to a single device in a single phase, and is
# comprised of an ordered list of FTraceLine objects
class FTraceCallGraph:
start = -1.0
end = -1.0
list = []
invalid = False
depth = 0
pid = 0
def __init__(self, pid):
self.start = -1.0
self.end = -1.0
self.list = []
self.depth = 0
self.pid = pid
def addLine(self, line, debug=False):
# if this is already invalid, just leave
if(self.invalid):
return False
# invalidate on too much data or bad depth
if(len(self.list) >= 1000000 or self.depth < 0):
self.invalidate(line)
return False
# compare current depth with this lines pre-call depth
prelinedep = line.depth
if(line.freturn and not line.fcall):
prelinedep += 1
last = 0
lasttime = line.time
virtualfname = 'execution_misalignment'
if len(self.list) > 0:
last = self.list[-1]
lasttime = last.time
# handle low misalignments by inserting returns
if prelinedep < self.depth:
if debug and last:
print '-------- task %d --------' % self.pid
last.debugPrint()
idx = 0
# add return calls to get the depth down
while prelinedep < self.depth:
if debug:
print 'MISALIGN LOW (add returns): C%d - eC%d' % (self.depth, prelinedep)
self.depth -= 1
if idx == 0 and last and last.fcall and not last.freturn:
# special case, turn last call into a leaf
last.depth = self.depth
last.freturn = True
last.length = line.time - last.time
if debug:
last.debugPrint()
else:
vline = FTraceLine(lasttime)
vline.depth = self.depth
vline.name = virtualfname
vline.freturn = True
self.list.append(vline)
if debug:
vline.debugPrint()
idx += 1
if debug:
line.debugPrint()
print ''
# handle high misalignments by inserting calls
elif prelinedep > self.depth:
if debug and last:
print '-------- task %d --------' % self.pid
last.debugPrint()
idx = 0
# add calls to get the depth up
while prelinedep > self.depth:
if debug:
print 'MISALIGN HIGH (add calls): C%d - eC%d' % (self.depth, prelinedep)
if idx == 0 and line.freturn and not line.fcall:
# special case, turn this return into a leaf
line.fcall = True
prelinedep -= 1
else:
vline = FTraceLine(lasttime)
vline.depth = self.depth
vline.name = virtualfname
vline.fcall = True
if debug:
vline.debugPrint()
self.list.append(vline)
self.depth += 1
if not last:
self.start = vline.time
idx += 1
if debug:
line.debugPrint()
print ''
# process the call and set the new depth
if(line.fcall and not line.freturn):
self.depth += 1
elif(line.freturn and not line.fcall):
self.depth -= 1
if len(self.list) < 1:
self.start = line.time
self.list.append(line)
if(line.depth == 0 and line.freturn):
if(self.start < 0):
self.start = line.time
self.end = line.time
if line.fcall:
self.end += line.length
if self.list[0].name == virtualfname:
self.invalid = True
return True
return False
def invalidate(self, line):
if(len(self.list) > 0):
first = self.list[0]
self.list = []
self.list.append(first)
self.invalid = True
id = 'task %s' % (self.pid)
window = '(%f - %f)' % (self.start, line.time)
if(self.depth < 0):
vprint('Too much data for '+id+\
' (buffer overflow), ignoring this callback')
else:
vprint('Too much data for '+id+\
' '+window+', ignoring this callback')
def slice(self, t0, tN):
minicg = FTraceCallGraph(0)
count = -1
firstdepth = 0
for l in self.list:
if(l.time < t0 or l.time > tN):
continue
if(count < 0):
if(not l.fcall or l.name == 'dev_driver_string'):
continue
firstdepth = l.depth
count = 0
l.depth -= firstdepth
minicg.addLine(l)
if((count == 0 and l.freturn and l.fcall) or
(count > 0 and l.depth <= 0)):
break
count += 1
return minicg
def repair(self, enddepth):
# bring the depth back to 0 with additional returns
fixed = False
last = self.list[-1]
for i in reversed(range(enddepth)):
t = FTraceLine(last.time)
t.depth = i
t.freturn = True
fixed = self.addLine(t)
if fixed:
self.end = last.time
return True
return False
def postProcess(self, debug=False):
stack = dict()
cnt = 0
for l in self.list:
if(l.fcall and not l.freturn):
stack[l.depth] = l
cnt += 1
elif(l.freturn and not l.fcall):
if(l.depth not in stack):
if debug:
print 'Post Process Error: Depth missing'
l.debugPrint()
return False
# transfer total time from return line to call line
stack[l.depth].length = l.length
stack.pop(l.depth)
l.length = 0
cnt -= 1
if(cnt == 0):
# trace caught the whole call tree
return True
elif(cnt < 0):
if debug:
print 'Post Process Error: Depth is less than 0'
return False
# trace ended before call tree finished
return self.repair(cnt)
def deviceMatch(self, pid, data):
found = False
# add the callgraph data to the device hierarchy
borderphase = {
'dpm_prepare': 'suspend_prepare',
'dpm_complete': 'resume_complete'
}
if(self.list[0].name in borderphase):
p = borderphase[self.list[0].name]
list = data.dmesg[p]['list']
for devname in list:
dev = list[devname]
if(pid == dev['pid'] and
self.start <= dev['start'] and
self.end >= dev['end']):
dev['ftrace'] = self.slice(dev['start'], dev['end'])
found = True
return found
for p in data.phases:
if(data.dmesg[p]['start'] <= self.start and
self.start <= data.dmesg[p]['end']):
list = data.dmesg[p]['list']
for devname in list:
dev = list[devname]
if(pid == dev['pid'] and
self.start <= dev['start'] and
self.end >= dev['end']):
dev['ftrace'] = self
found = True
break
break
return found
def newActionFromFunction(self, data):
name = self.list[0].name
if name in ['dpm_run_callback', 'dpm_prepare', 'dpm_complete']:
return
fs = self.start
fe = self.end
if fs < data.start or fe > data.end:
return
phase = ''
for p in data.phases:
if(data.dmesg[p]['start'] <= self.start and
self.start < data.dmesg[p]['end']):
phase = p
break
if not phase:
return
out = data.newActionGlobal(name, fs, fe, -2)
if out:
phase, myname = out
data.dmesg[phase]['list'][myname]['ftrace'] = self
def debugPrint(self):
print('[%f - %f] %s (%d)') % (self.start, self.end, self.list[0].name, self.pid)
for l in self.list:
if(l.freturn and l.fcall):
print('%f (%02d): %s(); (%.3f us)' % (l.time, \
l.depth, l.name, l.length*1000000))
elif(l.freturn):
print('%f (%02d): %s} (%.3f us)' % (l.time, \
l.depth, l.name, l.length*1000000))
else:
print('%f (%02d): %s() { (%.3f us)' % (l.time, \
l.depth, l.name, l.length*1000000))
print(' ')
class DevItem:
def __init__(self, test, phase, dev):
self.test = test
self.phase = phase
self.dev = dev
def isa(self, cls):
if 'htmlclass' in self.dev and cls in self.dev['htmlclass']:
return True
return False
# Class: Timeline
# Description:
# A container for a device timeline which calculates
# all the html properties to display it correctly
class Timeline:
html = {}
height = 0 # total timeline height
scaleH = 20 # timescale (top) row height
rowH = 30 # device row height
bodyH = 0 # body height
rows = 0 # total timeline rows
rowlines = dict()
rowheight = dict()
def __init__(self, rowheight, scaleheight):
self.rowH = rowheight
self.scaleH = scaleheight
self.html = {
'header': '',
'timeline': '',
'legend': '',
}
# Function: getDeviceRows
# Description:
# determine how may rows the device funcs will take
# Arguments:
# rawlist: the list of devices/actions for a single phase
# Output:
# The total number of rows needed to display this phase of the timeline
def getDeviceRows(self, rawlist):
# clear all rows and set them to undefined
sortdict = dict()
for item in rawlist:
item.row = -1
sortdict[item] = item.length
sortlist = sorted(sortdict, key=sortdict.get, reverse=True)
remaining = len(sortlist)
rowdata = dict()
row = 1
# try to pack each row with as many ranges as possible
while(remaining > 0):
if(row not in rowdata):
rowdata[row] = []
for i in sortlist:
if(i.row >= 0):
continue
s = i.time
e = i.time + i.length
valid = True
for ritem in rowdata[row]:
rs = ritem.time
re = ritem.time + ritem.length
if(not (((s <= rs) and (e <= rs)) or
((s >= re) and (e >= re)))):
valid = False
break
if(valid):
rowdata[row].append(i)
i.row = row
remaining -= 1
row += 1
return row
# Function: getPhaseRows
# Description:
# Organize the timeline entries into the smallest
# number of rows possible, with no entry overlapping
# Arguments:
# devlist: the list of devices/actions in a group of contiguous phases
# Output:
# The total number of rows needed to display this phase of the timeline
def getPhaseRows(self, devlist, row=0):
# clear all rows and set them to undefined
remaining = len(devlist)
rowdata = dict()
sortdict = dict()
myphases = []
# initialize all device rows to -1 and calculate devrows
for item in devlist:
dev = item.dev
tp = (item.test, item.phase)
if tp not in myphases:
myphases.append(tp)
dev['row'] = -1
# sort by length 1st, then name 2nd
sortdict[item] = (float(dev['end']) - float(dev['start']), item.dev['name'])
if 'src' in dev:
dev['devrows'] = self.getDeviceRows(dev['src'])
# sort the devlist by length so that large items graph on top
sortlist = sorted(sortdict, key=sortdict.get, reverse=True)
orderedlist = []
for item in sortlist:
if item.dev['pid'] == -2:
orderedlist.append(item)
for item in sortlist:
if item not in orderedlist:
orderedlist.append(item)
# try to pack each row with as many devices as possible
while(remaining > 0):
rowheight = 1
if(row not in rowdata):
rowdata[row] = []
for item in orderedlist:
dev = item.dev
if(dev['row'] < 0):
s = dev['start']
e = dev['end']
valid = True
for ritem in rowdata[row]:
rs = ritem.dev['start']
re = ritem.dev['end']
if(not (((s <= rs) and (e <= rs)) or
((s >= re) and (e >= re)))):
valid = False
break
if(valid):
rowdata[row].append(item)
dev['row'] = row
remaining -= 1
if 'devrows' in dev and dev['devrows'] > rowheight:
rowheight = dev['devrows']
for t, p in myphases:
if t not in self.rowlines or t not in self.rowheight:
self.rowlines[t] = dict()
self.rowheight[t] = dict()
if p not in self.rowlines[t] or p not in self.rowheight[t]:
self.rowlines[t][p] = dict()
self.rowheight[t][p] = dict()
rh = self.rowH
# section headers should use a different row height
if len(rowdata[row]) == 1 and \
'htmlclass' in rowdata[row][0].dev and \
'sec' in rowdata[row][0].dev['htmlclass']:
rh = 15
self.rowlines[t][p][row] = rowheight
self.rowheight[t][p][row] = rowheight * rh
row += 1
if(row > self.rows):
self.rows = int(row)
return row
def phaseRowHeight(self, test, phase, row):
return self.rowheight[test][phase][row]
def phaseRowTop(self, test, phase, row):
top = 0
for i in sorted(self.rowheight[test][phase]):
if i >= row:
break
top += self.rowheight[test][phase][i]
return top
# Function: calcTotalRows
# Description:
# Calculate the heights and offsets for the header and rows
def calcTotalRows(self):
maxrows = 0
standardphases = []
for t in self.rowlines:
for p in self.rowlines[t]:
total = 0
for i in sorted(self.rowlines[t][p]):
total += self.rowlines[t][p][i]
if total > maxrows:
maxrows = total
if total == len(self.rowlines[t][p]):
standardphases.append((t, p))
self.height = self.scaleH + (maxrows*self.rowH)
self.bodyH = self.height - self.scaleH
# if there is 1 line per row, draw them the standard way
for t, p in standardphases:
for i in sorted(self.rowheight[t][p]):
self.rowheight[t][p][i] = self.bodyH/len(self.rowlines[t][p])
# Function: createTimeScale
# Description:
# Create the timescale for a timeline block
# Arguments:
# m0: start time (mode begin)
# mMax: end time (mode end)
# tTotal: total timeline time
# mode: suspend or resume
# Output:
# The html code needed to display the time scale
def createTimeScale(self, m0, mMax, tTotal, mode):
timescale = '<div class="t" style="right:{0}%">{1}</div>\n'
rline = '<div class="t" style="left:0;border-left:1px solid black;border-right:0;">Resume</div>\n'
output = '<div class="timescale">\n'
# set scale for timeline
mTotal = mMax - m0
tS = 0.1
if(tTotal <= 0):
return output+'</div>\n'
if(tTotal > 4):
tS = 1
divTotal = int(mTotal/tS) + 1
divEdge = (mTotal - tS*(divTotal-1))*100/mTotal
for i in range(divTotal):
htmlline = ''
if(mode == 'resume'):
pos = '%0.3f' % (100 - ((float(i)*tS*100)/mTotal))
val = '%0.fms' % (float(i)*tS*1000)
htmlline = timescale.format(pos, val)
if(i == 0):
htmlline = rline
else:
pos = '%0.3f' % (100 - ((float(i)*tS*100)/mTotal) - divEdge)
val = '%0.fms' % (float(i-divTotal+1)*tS*1000)
if(i == divTotal - 1):
val = 'Suspend'
htmlline = timescale.format(pos, val)
output += htmlline
output += '</div>\n'
return output
# Class: TestProps
# Description:
# A list of values describing the properties of these test runs
class TestProps:
stamp = ''
S0i3 = False
fwdata = []
ftrace_line_fmt_fg = \
'^ *(?P<time>[0-9\.]*) *\| *(?P<cpu>[0-9]*)\)'+\
' *(?P<proc>.*)-(?P<pid>[0-9]*) *\|'+\
'[ +!#\*@$]*(?P<dur>[0-9\.]*) .*\| (?P<msg>.*)'
ftrace_line_fmt_nop = \
' *(?P<proc>.*)-(?P<pid>[0-9]*) *\[(?P<cpu>[0-9]*)\] *'+\
'(?P<flags>.{4}) *(?P<time>[0-9\.]*): *'+\
'(?P<msg>.*)'
ftrace_line_fmt = ftrace_line_fmt_nop
cgformat = False
data = 0
ktemp = dict()
def __init__(self):
self.ktemp = dict()
def setTracerType(self, tracer):
if(tracer == 'function_graph'):
self.cgformat = True
self.ftrace_line_fmt = self.ftrace_line_fmt_fg
elif(tracer == 'nop'):
self.ftrace_line_fmt = self.ftrace_line_fmt_nop
else:
doError('Invalid tracer format: [%s]' % tracer)
# Class: TestRun
# Description:
# A container for a suspend/resume test run. This is necessary as
# there could be more than one, and they need to be separate.
class TestRun:
ftemp = dict()
ttemp = dict()
data = 0
def __init__(self, dataobj):
self.data = dataobj
self.ftemp = dict()
self.ttemp = dict()
class ProcessMonitor:
proclist = dict()
running = False
def procstat(self):
c = ['cat /proc/[1-9]*/stat 2>/dev/null']
process = Popen(c, shell=True, stdout=PIPE)
running = dict()
for line in process.stdout:
data = line.split()
pid = data[0]
name = re.sub('[()]', '', data[1])
user = int(data[13])
kern = int(data[14])
kjiff = ujiff = 0
if pid not in self.proclist:
self.proclist[pid] = {'name' : name, 'user' : user, 'kern' : kern}
else:
val = self.proclist[pid]
ujiff = user - val['user']
kjiff = kern - val['kern']
val['user'] = user
val['kern'] = kern
if ujiff > 0 or kjiff > 0:
running[pid] = ujiff + kjiff
result = process.wait()
out = ''
for pid in running:
jiffies = running[pid]
val = self.proclist[pid]
if out:
out += ','
out += '%s-%s %d' % (val['name'], pid, jiffies)
return 'ps - '+out
def processMonitor(self, tid):
while self.running:
out = self.procstat()
if out:
sysvals.fsetVal(out, 'trace_marker')
def start(self):
self.thread = Thread(target=self.processMonitor, args=(0,))
self.running = True
self.thread.start()
def stop(self):
self.running = False
# ----------------- FUNCTIONS --------------------
# Function: vprint
# Description:
# verbose print (prints only with -verbose option)
# Arguments:
# msg: the debug/log message to print
def vprint(msg):
sysvals.logmsg += msg+'\n'
if(sysvals.verbose):
print(msg)
# Function: parseStamp
# Description:
# Pull in the stamp comment line from the data file(s),
# create the stamp, and add it to the global sysvals object
# Arguments:
# m: the valid re.match output for the stamp line
def parseStamp(line, data):
m = re.match(sysvals.stampfmt, line)
data.stamp = {'time': '', 'host': '', 'mode': ''}
dt = datetime(int(m.group('y'))+2000, int(m.group('m')),
int(m.group('d')), int(m.group('H')), int(m.group('M')),
int(m.group('S')))
data.stamp['time'] = dt.strftime('%B %d %Y, %I:%M:%S %p')
data.stamp['host'] = m.group('host')
data.stamp['mode'] = m.group('mode')
data.stamp['kernel'] = m.group('kernel')
sysvals.hostname = data.stamp['host']
sysvals.suspendmode = data.stamp['mode']
if sysvals.suspendmode == 'command' and sysvals.ftracefile != '':
modes = ['on', 'freeze', 'standby', 'mem']
out = Popen(['grep', 'suspend_enter', sysvals.ftracefile],
stderr=PIPE, stdout=PIPE).stdout.read()
m = re.match('.* suspend_enter\[(?P<mode>.*)\]', out)
if m and m.group('mode') in ['1', '2', '3']:
sysvals.suspendmode = modes[int(m.group('mode'))]
data.stamp['mode'] = sysvals.suspendmode
if not sysvals.stamp:
sysvals.stamp = data.stamp
# Function: diffStamp
# Description:
# compare the host, kernel, and mode fields in 3 stamps
# Arguments:
# stamp1: string array with mode, kernel, and host
# stamp2: string array with mode, kernel, and host
# Return:
# True if stamps differ, False if they're the same
def diffStamp(stamp1, stamp2):
if 'host' in stamp1 and 'host' in stamp2:
if stamp1['host'] != stamp2['host']:
return True
if 'kernel' in stamp1 and 'kernel' in stamp2:
if stamp1['kernel'] != stamp2['kernel']:
return True
if 'mode' in stamp1 and 'mode' in stamp2:
if stamp1['mode'] != stamp2['mode']:
return True
return False
# Function: doesTraceLogHaveTraceEvents
# Description:
# Quickly determine if the ftrace log has some or all of the trace events
# required for primary parsing. Set the usetraceevents and/or
# usetraceeventsonly flags in the global sysvals object
def doesTraceLogHaveTraceEvents():
# check for kprobes
sysvals.usekprobes = False
out = call('grep -q "_cal: (" '+sysvals.ftracefile, shell=True)
if(out == 0):
sysvals.usekprobes = True
# check for callgraph data on trace event blocks
out = call('grep -q "_cpu_down()" '+sysvals.ftracefile, shell=True)
if(out == 0):
sysvals.usekprobes = True
out = Popen(['head', '-1', sysvals.ftracefile],
stderr=PIPE, stdout=PIPE).stdout.read().replace('\n', '')
m = re.match(sysvals.stampfmt, out)
if m and m.group('mode') == 'command':
sysvals.usetraceeventsonly = True
sysvals.usetraceevents = True
return
# figure out what level of trace events are supported
sysvals.usetraceeventsonly = True
sysvals.usetraceevents = False
for e in sysvals.traceevents:
out = call('grep -q "'+e+': " '+sysvals.ftracefile, shell=True)
if(out != 0):
sysvals.usetraceeventsonly = False
if(e == 'suspend_resume' and out == 0):
sysvals.usetraceevents = True
# determine is this log is properly formatted
for e in ['SUSPEND START', 'RESUME COMPLETE']:
out = call('grep -q "'+e+'" '+sysvals.ftracefile, shell=True)
if(out != 0):
sysvals.usetracemarkers = False
# Function: appendIncompleteTraceLog
# Description:
# [deprecated for kernel 3.15 or newer]
# Legacy support of ftrace outputs that lack the device_pm_callback
# and/or suspend_resume trace events. The primary data should be
# taken from dmesg, and this ftrace is used only for callgraph data
# or custom actions in the timeline. The data is appended to the Data
# objects provided.
# Arguments:
# testruns: the array of Data objects obtained from parseKernelLog
def appendIncompleteTraceLog(testruns):
# create TestRun vessels for ftrace parsing
testcnt = len(testruns)
testidx = 0
testrun = []
for data in testruns:
testrun.append(TestRun(data))
# extract the callgraph and traceevent data
vprint('Analyzing the ftrace data...')
tp = TestProps()
tf = open(sysvals.ftracefile, 'r')
data = 0
for line in tf:
# remove any latent carriage returns
line = line.replace('\r\n', '')
# grab the time stamp
m = re.match(sysvals.stampfmt, line)
if(m):
tp.stamp = line
continue
# determine the trace data type (required for further parsing)
m = re.match(sysvals.tracertypefmt, line)
if(m):
tp.setTracerType(m.group('t'))
continue
# device properties line
if(re.match(sysvals.devpropfmt, line)):
devProps(line)
continue
# parse only valid lines, if this is not one move on
m = re.match(tp.ftrace_line_fmt, line)
if(not m):
continue
# gather the basic message data from the line
m_time = m.group('time')
m_pid = m.group('pid')
m_msg = m.group('msg')
if(tp.cgformat):
m_param3 = m.group('dur')
else:
m_param3 = 'traceevent'
if(m_time and m_pid and m_msg):
t = FTraceLine(m_time, m_msg, m_param3)
pid = int(m_pid)
else:
continue
# the line should be a call, return, or event
if(not t.fcall and not t.freturn and not t.fevent):
continue
# look for the suspend start marker
if(t.startMarker()):
data = testrun[testidx].data
parseStamp(tp.stamp, data)
data.setStart(t.time)
continue
if(not data):
continue
# find the end of resume
if(t.endMarker()):
data.setEnd(t.time)
testidx += 1
if(testidx >= testcnt):
break
continue
# trace event processing
if(t.fevent):
# general trace events have two types, begin and end
if(re.match('(?P<name>.*) begin$', t.name)):
isbegin = True
elif(re.match('(?P<name>.*) end$', t.name)):
isbegin = False
else:
continue
m = re.match('(?P<name>.*)\[(?P<val>[0-9]*)\] .*', t.name)
if(m):
val = m.group('val')
if val == '0':
name = m.group('name')
else:
name = m.group('name')+'['+val+']'
else:
m = re.match('(?P<name>.*) .*', t.name)
name = m.group('name')
# special processing for trace events
if re.match('dpm_prepare\[.*', name):
continue
elif re.match('machine_suspend.*', name):
continue
elif re.match('suspend_enter\[.*', name):
if(not isbegin):
data.dmesg['suspend_prepare']['end'] = t.time
continue
elif re.match('dpm_suspend\[.*', name):
if(not isbegin):
data.dmesg['suspend']['end'] = t.time
continue
elif re.match('dpm_suspend_late\[.*', name):
if(isbegin):
data.dmesg['suspend_late']['start'] = t.time
else:
data.dmesg['suspend_late']['end'] = t.time
continue
elif re.match('dpm_suspend_noirq\[.*', name):
if(isbegin):
data.dmesg['suspend_noirq']['start'] = t.time
else:
data.dmesg['suspend_noirq']['end'] = t.time
continue
elif re.match('dpm_resume_noirq\[.*', name):
if(isbegin):
data.dmesg['resume_machine']['end'] = t.time
data.dmesg['resume_noirq']['start'] = t.time
else:
data.dmesg['resume_noirq']['end'] = t.time
continue
elif re.match('dpm_resume_early\[.*', name):
if(isbegin):
data.dmesg['resume_early']['start'] = t.time
else:
data.dmesg['resume_early']['end'] = t.time
continue
elif re.match('dpm_resume\[.*', name):
if(isbegin):
data.dmesg['resume']['start'] = t.time
else:
data.dmesg['resume']['end'] = t.time
continue
elif re.match('dpm_complete\[.*', name):
if(isbegin):
data.dmesg['resume_complete']['start'] = t.time
else:
data.dmesg['resume_complete']['end'] = t.time
continue
# skip trace events inside devices calls
if(not data.isTraceEventOutsideDeviceCalls(pid, t.time)):
continue
# global events (outside device calls) are simply graphed
if(isbegin):
# store each trace event in ttemp
if(name not in testrun[testidx].ttemp):
testrun[testidx].ttemp[name] = []
testrun[testidx].ttemp[name].append(\
{'begin': t.time, 'end': t.time})
else:
# finish off matching trace event in ttemp
if(name in testrun[testidx].ttemp):
testrun[testidx].ttemp[name][-1]['end'] = t.time
# call/return processing
elif sysvals.usecallgraph:
# create a callgraph object for the data
if(pid not in testrun[testidx].ftemp):
testrun[testidx].ftemp[pid] = []
testrun[testidx].ftemp[pid].append(FTraceCallGraph(pid))
# when the call is finished, see which device matches it
cg = testrun[testidx].ftemp[pid][-1]
if(cg.addLine(t)):
testrun[testidx].ftemp[pid].append(FTraceCallGraph(pid))
tf.close()
for test in testrun:
# add the traceevent data to the device hierarchy
if(sysvals.usetraceevents):
for name in test.ttemp:
for event in test.ttemp[name]:
test.data.newActionGlobal(name, event['begin'], event['end'])
# add the callgraph data to the device hierarchy
for pid in test.ftemp:
for cg in test.ftemp[pid]:
if len(cg.list) < 1 or cg.invalid:
continue
if(not cg.postProcess()):
id = 'task %s cpu %s' % (pid, m.group('cpu'))
vprint('Sanity check failed for '+\
id+', ignoring this callback')
continue
callstart = cg.start
callend = cg.end
for p in test.data.phases:
if(test.data.dmesg[p]['start'] <= callstart and
callstart <= test.data.dmesg[p]['end']):
list = test.data.dmesg[p]['list']
for devname in list:
dev = list[devname]
if(pid == dev['pid'] and
callstart <= dev['start'] and
callend >= dev['end']):
dev['ftrace'] = cg
break
test.data.printDetails()
# Function: parseTraceLog
# Description:
# Analyze an ftrace log output file generated from this app during
# the execution phase. Used when the ftrace log is the primary data source
# and includes the suspend_resume and device_pm_callback trace events
# The ftrace filename is taken from sysvals
# Output:
# An array of Data objects
def parseTraceLog():
vprint('Analyzing the ftrace data...')
if(os.path.exists(sysvals.ftracefile) == False):
doError('%s does not exist' % sysvals.ftracefile)
sysvals.setupAllKprobes()
tracewatch = []
if sysvals.usekprobes:
tracewatch += ['sync_filesystems', 'freeze_processes', 'syscore_suspend',
'syscore_resume', 'resume_console', 'thaw_processes', 'CPU_ON', 'CPU_OFF']
# extract the callgraph and traceevent data
tp = TestProps()
testruns = []
testdata = []
testrun = 0
data = 0
tf = open(sysvals.ftracefile, 'r')
phase = 'suspend_prepare'
for line in tf:
# remove any latent carriage returns
line = line.replace('\r\n', '')
# stamp line: each stamp means a new test run
m = re.match(sysvals.stampfmt, line)
if(m):
tp.stamp = line
continue
# firmware line: pull out any firmware data
m = re.match(sysvals.firmwarefmt, line)
if(m):
tp.fwdata.append((int(m.group('s')), int(m.group('r'))))
continue
# tracer type line: determine the trace data type
m = re.match(sysvals.tracertypefmt, line)
if(m):
tp.setTracerType(m.group('t'))
continue
# device properties line
if(re.match(sysvals.devpropfmt, line)):
devProps(line)
continue
# ignore all other commented lines
if line[0] == '#':
continue
# ftrace line: parse only valid lines
m = re.match(tp.ftrace_line_fmt, line)
if(not m):
continue
# gather the basic message data from the line
m_time = m.group('time')
m_proc = m.group('proc')
m_pid = m.group('pid')
m_msg = m.group('msg')
if(tp.cgformat):
m_param3 = m.group('dur')
else:
m_param3 = 'traceevent'
if(m_time and m_pid and m_msg):
t = FTraceLine(m_time, m_msg, m_param3)
pid = int(m_pid)
else:
continue
# the line should be a call, return, or event
if(not t.fcall and not t.freturn and not t.fevent):
continue
# find the start of suspend
if(t.startMarker()):
phase = 'suspend_prepare'
data = Data(len(testdata))
testdata.append(data)
testrun = TestRun(data)
testruns.append(testrun)
parseStamp(tp.stamp, data)
data.setStart(t.time)
data.tKernSus = t.time
continue
if(not data):
continue
# process cpu exec line
if t.type == 'tracing_mark_write':
m = re.match(sysvals.procexecfmt, t.name)
if(m):
proclist = dict()
for ps in m.group('ps').split(','):