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authorLinus Torvalds <torvalds@linux-foundation.org>2018-10-23 10:28:21 +0100
committerLinus Torvalds <torvalds@linux-foundation.org>2018-10-23 10:28:21 +0100
commit12dd08fa954fb7c327382ead3bb9ac861f9b9b69 (patch)
tree86467d314ad13181fc5b053ec7cd48ce4ee183fa /tools
parent72f86d080560d77069dd67b067a69578731320e4 (diff)
parentcc19b05e3883efbbfd525747a86d0567b12c4d12 (diff)
Merge tag 'pm-4.20-rc1' of git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/rafael/linux-pm
Pull power management updates from Rafael Wysocki: "These make hibernation on 32-bit x86 systems work in all of the cases in which it works on 64-bit x86 ones, update the menu cpuidle governor and the "polling" state to make them more efficient, add more hardware support to cpufreq drivers and fix issues with some of them, fix a bug in the conservative cpufreq governor, fix the operating performance points (OPP) framework and make it more stable, update the devfreq subsystem to take changes in the APIs used by into account and clean up some things all over. Specifics: - Backport hibernation bug fixes from x86-64 to x86-32 and consolidate hibernation handling on x86 to allow 32-bit systems to work in all of the cases in which 64-bit ones work (Zhimin Gu, Chen Yu). - Fix hibernation documentation (Vladimir D. Seleznev). - Update the menu cpuidle governor to fix a couple of issues with it, make it more efficient in some cases and clean it up (Rafael Wysocki). - Rework the cpuidle polling state implementation to make it more efficient (Rafael Wysocki). - Clean up the cpuidle core somewhat (Fieah Lim). - Fix the cpufreq conservative governor to take policy limits into account properly in some cases (Rafael Wysocki). - Add support for retrieving guaranteed performance information to the ACPI CPPC library and make the intel_pstate driver use it to expose the CPU base frequency via sysfs on systems with the hardware-managed P-states (HWP) feature enabled (Srinivas Pandruvada). - Fix clang warning in the CPPC cpufreq driver (Nathan Chancellor). - Get rid of device_node.name printing from cpufreq (Rob Herring). - Remove unnecessary unlikely() from the cpufreq core (Igor Stoppa). - Add support for the r8a7744 SoC to the cpufreq-dt driver (Biju Das). - Update the dt-platdev cpufreq driver to allow RK3399 to have separate tunables per cluster (Dmitry Torokhov). - Fix the dma_alloc_coherent() usage in the tegra186 cpufreq driver (Christoph Hellwig). - Make the imx6q cpufreq driver read OCOTP through nvmem for imx6ul/imx6ull (Anson Huang). - Fix several bugs in the operating performance points (OPP) framework and make it more stable (Viresh Kumar, Dave Gerlach). - Update the devfreq subsystem to take changes in the APIs used by into account, fix some issues with it and make it stop print device_node.name directly (Bjorn Andersson, Enric Balletbo i Serra, Matthias Kaehlcke, Rob Herring, Vincent Donnefort, zhong jiang). - Prepare the generic power domains (genpd) framework for dealing with domains containing CPUs (Ulf Hansson). - Prevent sysfs attributes representing low-power S0 residency counters from being exposed if low-power S0 support is not indicated in ACPI FADT (Rajneesh Bhardwaj). - Get rid of custom CPU features macros for Intel CPUs from the intel_idle and RAPL drivers (Andy Shevchenko). - Update the tasks freezer to list tasks that refused to freeze and caused a system transition to a sleep state to be aborted (Todd Brandt). - Update the pm-graph set of tools to v5.2 (Todd Brandt). - Fix some issues in the cpupower utility (Anders Roxell, Prarit Bhargava)" * tag 'pm-4.20-rc1' of git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/rafael/linux-pm: (73 commits) PM / Domains: Document flags for genpd PM / Domains: Deal with multiple states but no governor in genpd PM / Domains: Don't treat zero found compatible idle states as an error cpuidle: menu: Avoid computations when result will be discarded cpuidle: menu: Drop redundant comparison cpufreq: tegra186: don't pass GFP_DMA32 to dma_alloc_coherent() cpufreq: conservative: Take limits changes into account properly Documentation: intel_pstate: Add base_frequency information cpufreq: intel_pstate: Add base_frequency attribute ACPI / CPPC: Add support for guaranteed performance cpuidle: menu: Simplify checks related to the polling state PM / tools: sleepgraph and bootgraph: upgrade to v5.2 PM / tools: sleepgraph: first batch of v5.2 changes cpupower: Fix coredump on VMWare cpupower: Fix AMD Family 0x17 msr_pstate size cpufreq: imx6q: read OCOTP through nvmem for imx6ul/imx6ull cpufreq: dt-platdev: allow RK3399 to have separate tunables per cluster cpuidle: poll_state: Revise loop termination condition cpuidle: menu: Move the latency_req == 0 special case check cpuidle: menu: Avoid computations for very close timers ...
Diffstat (limited to 'tools')
-rw-r--r--tools/power/cpupower/bench/parse.c2
-rw-r--r--tools/power/cpupower/utils/cpufreq-info.c2
-rw-r--r--tools/power/cpupower/utils/helpers/amd.c7
-rw-r--r--tools/power/pm-graph/Makefile4
-rwxr-xr-xtools/power/pm-graph/bootgraph.py125
-rw-r--r--tools/power/pm-graph/config/cgskip.txt1
-rw-r--r--tools/power/pm-graph/config/custom-timeline-functions.cfg4
-rw-r--r--tools/power/pm-graph/sleepgraph.813
-rwxr-xr-xtools/power/pm-graph/sleepgraph.py1836
9 files changed, 1096 insertions, 898 deletions
diff --git a/tools/power/cpupower/bench/parse.c b/tools/power/cpupower/bench/parse.c
index 9ba8a44ad2a7..84caee38418f 100644
--- a/tools/power/cpupower/bench/parse.c
+++ b/tools/power/cpupower/bench/parse.c
@@ -145,7 +145,7 @@ struct config *prepare_default_config()
config->cpu = 0;
config->prio = SCHED_HIGH;
config->verbose = 0;
- strncpy(config->governor, "ondemand", 8);
+ strncpy(config->governor, "ondemand", sizeof(config->governor));
config->output = stdout;
diff --git a/tools/power/cpupower/utils/cpufreq-info.c b/tools/power/cpupower/utils/cpufreq-info.c
index df43cd45d810..ccd08dd00996 100644
--- a/tools/power/cpupower/utils/cpufreq-info.c
+++ b/tools/power/cpupower/utils/cpufreq-info.c
@@ -200,6 +200,8 @@ static int get_boost_mode(unsigned int cpu)
printf(_(" Boost States: %d\n"), b_states);
printf(_(" Total States: %d\n"), pstate_no);
for (i = 0; i < pstate_no; i++) {
+ if (!pstates[i])
+ continue;
if (i < b_states)
printf(_(" Pstate-Pb%d: %luMHz (boost state)"
"\n"), i, pstates[i]);
diff --git a/tools/power/cpupower/utils/helpers/amd.c b/tools/power/cpupower/utils/helpers/amd.c
index bb41cdd0df6b..9607ada5b29a 100644
--- a/tools/power/cpupower/utils/helpers/amd.c
+++ b/tools/power/cpupower/utils/helpers/amd.c
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ union msr_pstate {
unsigned vid:8;
unsigned iddval:8;
unsigned idddiv:2;
- unsigned res1:30;
+ unsigned res1:31;
unsigned en:1;
} fam17h_bits;
unsigned long long val;
@@ -119,6 +119,11 @@ int decode_pstates(unsigned int cpu, unsigned int cpu_family,
}
if (read_msr(cpu, MSR_AMD_PSTATE + i, &pstate.val))
return -1;
+ if ((cpu_family == 0x17) && (!pstate.fam17h_bits.en))
+ continue;
+ else if (!pstate.bits.en)
+ continue;
+
pstates[i] = get_cof(cpu_family, pstate);
}
*no = i;
diff --git a/tools/power/pm-graph/Makefile b/tools/power/pm-graph/Makefile
index c1899cd72c80..845541544570 100644
--- a/tools/power/pm-graph/Makefile
+++ b/tools/power/pm-graph/Makefile
@@ -23,8 +23,8 @@ install : uninstall
install -m 644 config/suspend-x2-proc.cfg $(DESTDIR)$(PREFIX)/lib/pm-graph/config
install -d $(DESTDIR)$(PREFIX)/bin
- ln -s $(DESTDIR)$(PREFIX)/lib/pm-graph/bootgraph.py $(DESTDIR)$(PREFIX)/bin/bootgraph
- ln -s $(DESTDIR)$(PREFIX)/lib/pm-graph/sleepgraph.py $(DESTDIR)$(PREFIX)/bin/sleepgraph
+ ln -s ../lib/pm-graph/bootgraph.py $(DESTDIR)$(PREFIX)/bin/bootgraph
+ ln -s ../lib/pm-graph/sleepgraph.py $(DESTDIR)$(PREFIX)/bin/sleepgraph
install -d $(DESTDIR)$(PREFIX)/share/man/man8
install bootgraph.8 $(DESTDIR)$(PREFIX)/share/man/man8
diff --git a/tools/power/pm-graph/bootgraph.py b/tools/power/pm-graph/bootgraph.py
index 8ee626c0f6a5..6dae57041537 100755
--- a/tools/power/pm-graph/bootgraph.py
+++ b/tools/power/pm-graph/bootgraph.py
@@ -34,6 +34,10 @@ from datetime import datetime, timedelta
from subprocess import call, Popen, PIPE
import sleepgraph as aslib
+def pprint(msg):
+ print(msg)
+ sys.stdout.flush()
+
# ----------------- CLASSES --------------------
# Class: SystemValues
@@ -157,11 +161,11 @@ class SystemValues(aslib.SystemValues):
return cmdline
def manualRebootRequired(self):
cmdline = self.kernelParams()
- print 'To generate a new timeline manually, follow these steps:\n'
- print '1. Add the CMDLINE string to your kernel command line.'
- print '2. Reboot the system.'
- print '3. After reboot, re-run this tool with the same arguments but no command (w/o -reboot or -manual).\n'
- print 'CMDLINE="%s"' % cmdline
+ pprint('To generate a new timeline manually, follow these steps:\n\n'\
+ '1. Add the CMDLINE string to your kernel command line.\n'\
+ '2. Reboot the system.\n'\
+ '3. After reboot, re-run this tool with the same arguments but no command (w/o -reboot or -manual).\n\n'\
+ 'CMDLINE="%s"' % cmdline)
sys.exit()
def blGrub(self):
blcmd = ''
@@ -431,7 +435,7 @@ def parseTraceLog(data):
if len(cg.list) < 1 or cg.invalid or (cg.end - cg.start == 0):
continue
if(not cg.postProcess()):
- print('Sanity check failed for %s-%d' % (proc, pid))
+ pprint('Sanity check failed for %s-%d' % (proc, pid))
continue
# match cg data to devices
devname = data.deviceMatch(pid, cg)
@@ -442,8 +446,8 @@ def parseTraceLog(data):
sysvals.vprint('%s callgraph found for %s %s-%d [%f - %f]' %\
(kind, cg.name, proc, pid, cg.start, cg.end))
elif len(cg.list) > 1000000:
- print 'WARNING: the callgraph found for %s is massive! (%d lines)' %\
- (devname, len(cg.list))
+ pprint('WARNING: the callgraph found for %s is massive! (%d lines)' %\
+ (devname, len(cg.list)))
# Function: retrieveLogs
# Description:
@@ -528,7 +532,7 @@ def createBootGraph(data):
tMax = data.end
tTotal = tMax - t0
if(tTotal == 0):
- print('ERROR: No timeline data')
+ pprint('ERROR: No timeline data')
return False
user_mode = '%.0f'%(data.tUserMode*1000)
last_init = '%.0f'%(tTotal*1000)
@@ -734,7 +738,7 @@ def updateCron(restore=False):
op.close()
res = call([cmd, cronfile])
except Exception, e:
- print 'Exception: %s' % str(e)
+ pprint('Exception: %s' % str(e))
shutil.move(backfile, cronfile)
res = -1
if res != 0:
@@ -750,7 +754,7 @@ def updateGrub(restore=False):
call(sysvals.blexec, stderr=PIPE, stdout=PIPE,
env={'PATH': '.:/sbin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin'})
except Exception, e:
- print 'Exception: %s\n' % str(e)
+ pprint('Exception: %s\n' % str(e))
return
# extract the option and create a grub config without it
sysvals.rootUser(True)
@@ -797,7 +801,7 @@ def updateGrub(restore=False):
res = call(sysvals.blexec)
os.remove(grubfile)
except Exception, e:
- print 'Exception: %s' % str(e)
+ pprint('Exception: %s' % str(e))
res = -1
# cleanup
shutil.move(tempfile, grubfile)
@@ -821,7 +825,7 @@ def updateKernelParams(restore=False):
def doError(msg, help=False):
if help == True:
printHelp()
- print 'ERROR: %s\n' % msg
+ pprint('ERROR: %s\n' % msg)
sysvals.outputResult({'error':msg})
sys.exit()
@@ -829,52 +833,51 @@ def doError(msg, help=False):
# Description:
# print out the help text
def printHelp():
- print('')
- print('%s v%s' % (sysvals.title, sysvals.version))
- print('Usage: bootgraph <options> <command>')
- print('')
- print('Description:')
- print(' This tool reads in a dmesg log of linux kernel boot and')
- print(' creates an html representation of the boot timeline up to')
- print(' the start of the init process.')
- print('')
- print(' If no specific command is given the tool reads the current dmesg')
- print(' and/or ftrace log and creates a timeline')
- print('')
- print(' Generates output files in subdirectory: boot-yymmdd-HHMMSS')
- print(' HTML output: <hostname>_boot.html')
- print(' raw dmesg output: <hostname>_boot_dmesg.txt')
- print(' raw ftrace output: <hostname>_boot_ftrace.txt')
- print('')
- print('Options:')
- print(' -h Print this help text')
- print(' -v Print the current tool version')
- print(' -verbose Print extra information during execution and analysis')
- print(' -addlogs Add the dmesg log to the html output')
- print(' -result fn Export a results table to a text file for parsing.')
- print(' -o name Overrides the output subdirectory name when running a new test')
- print(' default: boot-{date}-{time}')
- print(' [advanced]')
- print(' -fstat Use ftrace to add function detail and statistics (default: disabled)')
- print(' -f/-callgraph Add callgraph detail, can be very large (default: disabled)')
- print(' -maxdepth N limit the callgraph data to N call levels (default: 2)')
- print(' -mincg ms Discard all callgraphs shorter than ms milliseconds (e.g. 0.001 for us)')
- print(' -timeprec N Number of significant digits in timestamps (0:S, 3:ms, [6:us])')
- print(' -expandcg pre-expand the callgraph data in the html output (default: disabled)')
- print(' -func list Limit ftrace to comma-delimited list of functions (default: do_one_initcall)')
- print(' -cgfilter S Filter the callgraph output in the timeline')
- print(' -cgskip file Callgraph functions to skip, off to disable (default: cgskip.txt)')
- print(' -bl name Use the following boot loader for kernel params (default: grub)')
- print(' -reboot Reboot the machine automatically and generate a new timeline')
- print(' -manual Show the steps to generate a new timeline manually (used with -reboot)')
- print('')
- print('Other commands:')
- print(' -flistall Print all functions capable of being captured in ftrace')
- print(' -sysinfo Print out system info extracted from BIOS')
- print(' [redo]')
- print(' -dmesg file Create HTML output using dmesg input (used with -ftrace)')
- print(' -ftrace file Create HTML output using ftrace input (used with -dmesg)')
- print('')
+ pprint('\n%s v%s\n'\
+ 'Usage: bootgraph <options> <command>\n'\
+ '\n'\
+ 'Description:\n'\
+ ' This tool reads in a dmesg log of linux kernel boot and\n'\
+ ' creates an html representation of the boot timeline up to\n'\
+ ' the start of the init process.\n'\
+ '\n'\
+ ' If no specific command is given the tool reads the current dmesg\n'\
+ ' and/or ftrace log and creates a timeline\n'\
+ '\n'\
+ ' Generates output files in subdirectory: boot-yymmdd-HHMMSS\n'\
+ ' HTML output: <hostname>_boot.html\n'\
+ ' raw dmesg output: <hostname>_boot_dmesg.txt\n'\
+ ' raw ftrace output: <hostname>_boot_ftrace.txt\n'\
+ '\n'\
+ 'Options:\n'\
+ ' -h Print this help text\n'\
+ ' -v Print the current tool version\n'\
+ ' -verbose Print extra information during execution and analysis\n'\
+ ' -addlogs Add the dmesg log to the html output\n'\
+ ' -result fn Export a results table to a text file for parsing.\n'\
+ ' -o name Overrides the output subdirectory name when running a new test\n'\
+ ' default: boot-{date}-{time}\n'\
+ ' [advanced]\n'\
+ ' -fstat Use ftrace to add function detail and statistics (default: disabled)\n'\
+ ' -f/-callgraph Add callgraph detail, can be very large (default: disabled)\n'\
+ ' -maxdepth N limit the callgraph data to N call levels (default: 2)\n'\
+ ' -mincg ms Discard all callgraphs shorter than ms milliseconds (e.g. 0.001 for us)\n'\
+ ' -timeprec N Number of significant digits in timestamps (0:S, 3:ms, [6:us])\n'\
+ ' -expandcg pre-expand the callgraph data in the html output (default: disabled)\n'\
+ ' -func list Limit ftrace to comma-delimited list of functions (default: do_one_initcall)\n'\
+ ' -cgfilter S Filter the callgraph output in the timeline\n'\
+ ' -cgskip file Callgraph functions to skip, off to disable (default: cgskip.txt)\n'\
+ ' -bl name Use the following boot loader for kernel params (default: grub)\n'\
+ ' -reboot Reboot the machine automatically and generate a new timeline\n'\
+ ' -manual Show the steps to generate a new timeline manually (used with -reboot)\n'\
+ '\n'\
+ 'Other commands:\n'\
+ ' -flistall Print all functions capable of being captured in ftrace\n'\
+ ' -sysinfo Print out system info extracted from BIOS\n'\
+ ' [redo]\n'\
+ ' -dmesg file Create HTML output using dmesg input (used with -ftrace)\n'\
+ ' -ftrace file Create HTML output using ftrace input (used with -dmesg)\n'\
+ '' % (sysvals.title, sysvals.version))
return True
# ----------------- MAIN --------------------
@@ -895,7 +898,7 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
printHelp()
sys.exit()
elif(arg == '-v'):
- print("Version %s" % sysvals.version)
+ pprint("Version %s" % sysvals.version)
sys.exit()
elif(arg == '-verbose'):
sysvals.verbose = True
@@ -1016,7 +1019,7 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
print f
elif cmd == 'checkbl':
sysvals.getBootLoader()
- print 'Boot Loader: %s\n%s' % (sysvals.bootloader, sysvals.blexec)
+ pprint('Boot Loader: %s\n%s' % (sysvals.bootloader, sysvals.blexec))
elif(cmd == 'sysinfo'):
sysvals.printSystemInfo(True)
sys.exit()
diff --git a/tools/power/pm-graph/config/cgskip.txt b/tools/power/pm-graph/config/cgskip.txt
index e48d588fbfb4..9ff88e7e2300 100644
--- a/tools/power/pm-graph/config/cgskip.txt
+++ b/tools/power/pm-graph/config/cgskip.txt
@@ -27,6 +27,7 @@ ktime_get
# console calls
printk
dev_printk
+__dev_printk
console_unlock
# memory handling
diff --git a/tools/power/pm-graph/config/custom-timeline-functions.cfg b/tools/power/pm-graph/config/custom-timeline-functions.cfg
index f8fcb06fd68b..4f80ad7d7275 100644
--- a/tools/power/pm-graph/config/custom-timeline-functions.cfg
+++ b/tools/power/pm-graph/config/custom-timeline-functions.cfg
@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ override-dev-timeline-functions: true
# example: [color=#CC00CC]
#
# arglist: A list of arguments from registers/stack addresses. See URL:
-# https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/trace/kprobetrace.rst
+# https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/trace/kprobetrace.txt
#
# example: cpu=%di:s32
#
@@ -170,7 +170,7 @@ pm_restore_console:
# example: [color=#CC00CC]
#
# arglist: A list of arguments from registers/stack addresses. See URL:
-# https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/trace/kprobetrace.rst
+# https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/trace/kprobetrace.txt
#
# example: port=+36(%di):s32
#
diff --git a/tools/power/pm-graph/sleepgraph.8 b/tools/power/pm-graph/sleepgraph.8
index 070be2cf7f74..24a2e7d0ae63 100644
--- a/tools/power/pm-graph/sleepgraph.8
+++ b/tools/power/pm-graph/sleepgraph.8
@@ -65,9 +65,9 @@ During test, enable/disable runtime suspend for all devices. The test is delayed
by 5 seconds to allow runtime suspend changes to occur. The settings are restored
after the test is complete.
.TP
-\fB-display \fIon/off\fR
-Turn the display on or off for the test using the xset command. This helps
-maintain the consistecy of test data for better comparison.
+\fB-display \fIon/off/standby/suspend\fR
+Switch the display to the requested mode for the test using the xset command.
+This helps maintain the consistency of test data for better comparison.
.TP
\fB-skiphtml\fR
Run the test and capture the trace logs, but skip the timeline generation.
@@ -183,6 +183,13 @@ Print out the contents of the ACPI Firmware Performance Data Table.
\fB-battery\fR
Print out battery status and current charge.
.TP
+\fB-xon/-xoff/-xstandby/-xsuspend\fR
+Test xset by attempting to switch the display to the given mode. This
+is the same command which will be issued by \fB-display \fImode\fR.
+.TP
+\fB-xstat\fR
+Get the current DPMS display mode.
+.TP
\fB-sysinfo\fR
Print out system info extracted from BIOS. Reads /dev/mem directly instead of going through dmidecode.
.TP
diff --git a/tools/power/pm-graph/sleepgraph.py b/tools/power/pm-graph/sleepgraph.py
index 0c760478f7d7..52618f3444d4 100755
--- a/tools/power/pm-graph/sleepgraph.py
+++ b/tools/power/pm-graph/sleepgraph.py
@@ -54,6 +54,7 @@ import os
import string
import re
import platform
+import signal
from datetime import datetime
import struct
import ConfigParser
@@ -61,6 +62,10 @@ import gzip
from threading import Thread
from subprocess import call, Popen, PIPE
+def pprint(msg):
+ print(msg)
+ sys.stdout.flush()
+
# ----------------- CLASSES --------------------
# Class: SystemValues
@@ -69,10 +74,10 @@ from subprocess import call, Popen, PIPE
# store system values and test parameters
class SystemValues:
title = 'SleepGraph'
- version = '5.1'
+ version = '5.2'
ansi = False
rs = 0
- display = 0
+ display = ''
gzip = False
sync = False
verbose = False
@@ -99,6 +104,7 @@ class SystemValues:
tpath = '/sys/kernel/debug/tracing/'
fpdtpath = '/sys/firmware/acpi/tables/FPDT'
epath = '/sys/kernel/debug/tracing/events/power/'
+ pmdpath = '/sys/power/pm_debug_messages'
traceevents = [
'suspend_resume',
'device_pm_callback_end',
@@ -109,8 +115,10 @@ class SystemValues:
mempath = '/dev/mem'
powerfile = '/sys/power/state'
mempowerfile = '/sys/power/mem_sleep'
+ diskpowerfile = '/sys/power/disk'
suspendmode = 'mem'
memmode = ''
+ diskmode = ''
hostname = 'localhost'
prefix = 'test'
teststamp = ''
@@ -137,16 +145,15 @@ class SystemValues:
useprocmon = False
notestrun = False
cgdump = False
+ devdump = False
mixedphaseheight = True
devprops = dict()
predelay = 0
postdelay = 0
- procexecfmt = 'ps - (?P<ps>.*)$'
- devpropfmt = '# Device Properties: .*'
- tracertypefmt = '# tracer: (?P<t>.*)'
- firmwarefmt = '# fwsuspend (?P<s>[0-9]*) fwresume (?P<r>[0-9]*)$'
+ pmdebug = ''
tracefuncs = {
'sys_sync': {},
+ 'ksys_sync': {},
'__pm_notifier_call_chain': {},
'pm_prepare_console': {},
'pm_notifier_call_chain': {},
@@ -187,7 +194,6 @@ class SystemValues:
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 },
@@ -199,6 +205,9 @@ class SystemValues:
# filesystem
'ext4_sync_fs': {},
# 80211
+ 'ath10k_bmi_read_memory': { 'args_x86_64': {'length':'%cx:s32'} },
+ 'ath10k_bmi_write_memory': { 'args_x86_64': {'length':'%cx:s32'} },
+ 'ath10k_bmi_fast_download': { 'args_x86_64': {'length':'%cx:s32'} },
'iwlagn_mac_start': {},
'iwlagn_alloc_bcast_station': {},
'iwl_trans_pcie_start_hw': {},
@@ -241,6 +250,7 @@ class SystemValues:
timeformat = '%.3f'
cmdline = '%s %s' % \
(os.path.basename(sys.argv[0]), ' '.join(sys.argv[1:]))
+ sudouser = ''
def __init__(self):
self.archargs = 'args_'+platform.machine()
self.hostname = platform.node()
@@ -256,27 +266,49 @@ class SystemValues:
if (hasattr(sys.stdout, 'isatty') and sys.stdout.isatty()):
self.ansi = True
self.testdir = datetime.now().strftime('suspend-%y%m%d-%H%M%S')
+ if os.getuid() == 0 and 'SUDO_USER' in os.environ and \
+ os.environ['SUDO_USER']:
+ self.sudouser = os.environ['SUDO_USER']
def vprint(self, msg):
self.logmsg += msg+'\n'
- if(self.verbose):
- print(msg)
+ if self.verbose or msg.startswith('WARNING:'):
+ pprint(msg)
+ def signalHandler(self, signum, frame):
+ if not self.result:
+ return
+ signame = self.signames[signum] if signum in self.signames else 'UNKNOWN'
+ msg = 'Signal %s caused a tool exit, line %d' % (signame, frame.f_lineno)
+ sysvals.outputResult({'error':msg})
+ sys.exit(3)
+ def signalHandlerInit(self):
+ capture = ['BUS', 'SYS', 'XCPU', 'XFSZ', 'PWR', 'HUP', 'INT', 'QUIT',
+ 'ILL', 'ABRT', 'FPE', 'SEGV', 'TERM', 'TSTP']
+ self.signames = dict()
+ for i in capture:
+ s = 'SIG'+i
+ try:
+ signum = getattr(signal, s)
+ signal.signal(signum, self.signalHandler)
+ except:
+ continue
+ self.signames[signum] = s
def rootCheck(self, fatal=True):
if(os.access(self.powerfile, os.W_OK)):
return True
if fatal:
msg = 'This command requires sysfs mount and root access'
- print('ERROR: %s\n') % msg
+ pprint('ERROR: %s\n' % msg)
self.outputResult({'error':msg})
- sys.exit()
+ sys.exit(1)
return False
def rootUser(self, fatal=False):
if 'USER' in os.environ and os.environ['USER'] == 'root':
return True
if fatal:
msg = 'This command must be run as root'
- print('ERROR: %s\n') % msg
+ pprint('ERROR: %s\n' % msg)
self.outputResult({'error':msg})
- sys.exit()
+ sys.exit(1)
return False
def getExec(self, cmd):
dirlist = ['/sbin', '/bin', '/usr/sbin', '/usr/bin',
@@ -406,8 +438,8 @@ class SystemValues:
ktime = m.group('ktime')
fp.close()
self.dmesgstart = float(ktime)
- def getdmesg(self, fwdata=[]):
- op = self.writeDatafileHeader(sysvals.dmesgfile, fwdata)
+ def getdmesg(self, testdata):
+ op = self.writeDatafileHeader(sysvals.dmesgfile, testdata)
# store all new dmesg lines since initdmesg was called
fp = Popen('dmesg', stdout=PIPE).stdout
for line in fp:
@@ -535,7 +567,7 @@ class SystemValues:
if len(self.kprobes) < 1:
return
if output:
- print(' kprobe functions in this kernel:')
+ pprint(' kprobe functions in this kernel:')
# first test each kprobe
rejects = []
# sort kprobes: trace, ub-dev, custom, dev
@@ -557,7 +589,7 @@ class SystemValues:
else:
kpl[2].append(name)
if output:
- print(' %s: %s' % (name, res))
+ pprint(' %s: %s' % (name, res))
kplist = kpl[0] + kpl[1] + kpl[2] + kpl[3]
# remove all failed ones from the list
for name in rejects:
@@ -571,7 +603,7 @@ class SystemValues:
if output:
check = self.fgetVal('kprobe_events')
linesack = (len(check.split('\n')) - 1) / 2
- print(' kprobe functions enabled: %d/%d' % (linesack, linesout))
+ pprint(' kprobe functions enabled: %d/%d' % (linesack, linesout))
self.fsetVal('1', 'events/kprobes/enable')
def testKprobe(self, kname, kprobe):
self.fsetVal('0', 'events/kprobes/enable')
@@ -619,6 +651,8 @@ class SystemValues:
self.fsetVal('0', 'events/kprobes/enable')
self.fsetVal('', 'kprobe_events')
self.fsetVal('1024', 'buffer_size_kb')
+ if self.pmdebug:
+ self.setVal(self.pmdebug, self.pmdpath)
def setupAllKprobes(self):
for name in self.tracefuncs:
self.defaultKprobe(name, self.tracefuncs[name])
@@ -637,10 +671,15 @@ class SystemValues:
return False
def initFtrace(self):
self.printSystemInfo(False)
- print('INITIALIZING FTRACE...')
+ pprint('INITIALIZING FTRACE...')
# turn trace off
self.fsetVal('0', 'tracing_on')
self.cleanupFtrace()
+ # pm debug messages
+ pv = self.getVal(self.pmdpath)
+ if pv != '1':
+ self.setVal('1', self.pmdpath)
+ self.pmdebug = pv
# set the trace clock to global
self.fsetVal('global', 'trace_clock')
self.fsetVal('nop', 'current_tracer')
@@ -649,7 +688,8 @@ class SystemValues:
if self.bufsize > 0:
tgtsize = self.bufsize
elif self.usecallgraph or self.usedevsrc:
- tgtsize = min(self.memfree, 3*1024*1024)
+ bmax = (1*1024*1024) if self.suspendmode == 'disk' else (3*1024*1024)
+ tgtsize = min(self.memfree, bmax)
else:
tgtsize = 65536
while not self.fsetVal('%d' % (tgtsize / cpus), 'buffer_size_kb'):
@@ -658,7 +698,7 @@ class SystemValues:
if tgtsize < 65536:
tgtsize = int(self.fgetVal('buffer_size_kb')) * cpus
break
- print 'Setting trace buffers to %d kB (%d kB per cpu)' % (tgtsize, tgtsize/cpus)
+ pprint('Setting trace buffers to %d kB (%d kB per cpu)' % (tgtsize, tgtsize/cpus))
# initialize the callgraph trace
if(self.usecallgraph):
# set trace type
@@ -691,7 +731,7 @@ class SystemValues:
if self.usedevsrc:
for name in self.dev_tracefuncs:
self.defaultKprobe(name, self.dev_tracefuncs[name])
- print('INITIALIZING KPROBES...')
+ pprint('INITIALIZING KPROBES...')
self.addKprobes(self.verbose)
if(self.usetraceevents):
# turn trace events on
@@ -728,19 +768,24 @@ class SystemValues:
if not self.ansi:
return str
return '\x1B[%d;40m%s\x1B[m' % (color, str)
- def writeDatafileHeader(self, filename, fwdata=[]):
+ def writeDatafileHeader(self, filename, testdata):
fp = self.openlog(filename, 'w')
fp.write('%s\n%s\n# command | %s\n' % (self.teststamp, self.sysstamp, self.cmdline))
- if(self.suspendmode == 'mem' or self.suspendmode == 'command'):
- for fw in fwdata:
+ for test in testdata:
+ if 'fw' in test:
+ fw = test['fw']
if(fw):
fp.write('# fwsuspend %u fwresume %u\n' % (fw[0], fw[1]))
+ if 'bat' in test:
+ (a1, c1), (a2, c2) = test['bat']
+ fp.write('# battery %s %d %s %d\n' % (a1, c1, a2, c2))
+ if test['error'] or len(testdata) > 1:
+ fp.write('# enter_sleep_error %s\n' % test['error'])
return fp
- def sudouser(self, dir):
- if os.path.exists(dir) and os.getuid() == 0 and \
- 'SUDO_USER' in os.environ:
+ def sudoUserchown(self, dir):
+ if os.path.exists(dir) and self.sudouser:
cmd = 'chown -R {0}:{0} {1} > /dev/null 2>&1'
- call(cmd.format(os.environ['SUDO_USER'], dir), shell=True)
+ call(cmd.format(self.sudouser, dir), shell=True)
def outputResult(self, testdata, num=0):
if not self.result:
return
@@ -762,7 +807,7 @@ class SystemValues:
if 'bugurl' in testdata:
fp.write('url%s: %s\n' % (n, testdata['bugurl']))
fp.close()
- self.sudouser(self.result)
+ self.sudoUserchown(self.result)
def configFile(self, file):
dir = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__))
if os.path.exists(file):
@@ -800,15 +845,16 @@ suspendmodename = {
# Simple class which holds property values collected
# for all the devices used in the timeline.
class DevProps:
- syspath = ''
- altname = ''
- async = True
- xtraclass = ''
- xtrainfo = ''
+ def __init__(self):
+ self.syspath = ''
+ self.altname = ''
+ self.async = True
+ self.xtraclass = ''
+ self.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)
+ pprint('%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
@@ -831,9 +877,6 @@ class DevProps:
# 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 = []
@@ -861,71 +904,78 @@ class DeviceNode:
# }
#
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
+ phasedef = {
+ 'suspend_prepare': {'order': 0, 'color': '#CCFFCC'},
+ 'suspend': {'order': 1, 'color': '#88FF88'},
+ 'suspend_late': {'order': 2, 'color': '#00AA00'},
+ 'suspend_noirq': {'order': 3, 'color': '#008888'},
+ 'suspend_machine': {'order': 4, 'color': '#0000FF'},
+ 'resume_machine': {'order': 5, 'color': '#FF0000'},
+ 'resume_noirq': {'order': 6, 'color': '#FF9900'},
+ 'resume_early': {'order': 7, 'color': '#FFCC00'},
+ 'resume': {'order': 8, 'color': '#FFFF88'},
+ 'resume_complete': {'order': 9, 'color': '#FFFFCC'},
+ }
+ errlist = {
+ 'HWERROR' : '.*\[ *Hardware Error *\].*',
+ 'FWBUG' : '.*\[ *Firmware Bug *\].*',
+ 'BUG' : '.*BUG.*',
+ 'ERROR' : '.*ERROR.*',
+ 'WARNING' : '.*WARNING.*',
+ 'IRQ' : '.*genirq: .*',
+ 'TASKFAIL': '.*Freezing of tasks failed.*',
+ }
def __init__(self, num):
idchar = 'abcdefghij'
- self.pstl = dict()
+ self.start = 0.0 # test start
+ self.end = 0.0 # test end
+ self.tSuspended = 0.0 # low-level suspend start
+ self.tResumed = 0.0 # low-level resume start
+ self.tKernSus = 0.0 # kernel level suspend start
+ self.tKernRes = 0.0 # kernel level resume end
+ self.fwValid = False # is firmware data available
+ self.fwSuspend = 0 # time spent in firmware suspend
+ self.fwResume = 0 # time spent in firmware resume
+ self.html_device_id = 0
+ self.stamp = 0
+ self.outfile = ''
+ self.kerror = False
+ self.battery = 0
+ self.enterfail = ''
+ self.currphase = ''
+ self.pstl = dict() # process timeline
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.dmesgtext = [] # dmesg text file in memory
+ self.dmesg = dict() # root data structure
+ self.errorinfo = {'suspend':[],'resume':[]}
+ self.tLow = [] # time spent in low-level suspends (standby/freeze)
+ self.devpids = []
+ self.devicegroups = 0
+ def sortedPhases(self):
+ return sorted(self.dmesg, key=lambda k:self.dmesg[k]['order'])
+ def initDevicegroups(self):
+ # called when phases are all finished being added
+ for phase in self.dmesg.keys():
+ if '*' in phase:
+ p = phase.split('*')
+ pnew = '%s%d' % (p[0], len(p))
+ self.dmesg[pnew] = self.dmesg.pop(phase)
self.devicegroups = []
- for phase in self.phases:
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
self.devicegroups.append([phase])
- self.errorinfo = {'suspend':[],'resume':[]}
+ def nextPhase(self, phase, offset):
+ order = self.dmesg[phase]['order'] + offset
+ for p in self.dmesg:
+ if self.dmesg[p]['order'] == order:
+ return p
+ return ''
+ def lastPhase(self):
+ plist = self.sortedPhases()
+ if len(plist) < 1:
+ return ''
+ return plist[-1]
def extractErrorInfo(self):
- elist = {
- 'HWERROR' : '.*\[ *Hardware Error *\].*',
- 'FWBUG' : '.*\[ *Firmware Bug *\].*',
- 'BUG' : '.*BUG.*',
- 'ERROR' : '.*ERROR.*',
- 'WARNING' : '.*WARNING.*',
- 'IRQ' : '.*genirq: .*',
- 'TASKFAIL': '.*Freezing of tasks failed.*',
- }
lf = sysvals.openlog(sysvals.dmesgfile, 'r')
i = 0
list = []
@@ -939,8 +989,8 @@ class Data:
continue
dir = 'suspend' if t < self.tSuspended else 'resume'
msg = m.group('msg')
- for err in elist:
- if re.match(elist[err], msg):
+ for err in self.errlist:
+ if re.match(self.errlist[err], msg):
list.append((err, dir, t, i, i))
self.kerror = True
break
@@ -956,7 +1006,7 @@ class Data:
def setEnd(self, time):
self.end = time
def isTraceEventOutsideDeviceCalls(self, pid, time):
- for phase in self.phases:
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
for dev in list:
d = list[dev]
@@ -964,16 +1014,10 @@ class Data:
time < d['end']):
return False
return True
- def phaseCollision(self, phase, isbegin, line):
- key = 'end'
- if isbegin:
- key = 'start'
- if self.dmesg[phase][key] >= 0:
- sysvals.vprint('IGNORE: %s' % line.strip())
- return True
- return False
def sourcePhase(self, start):
- for phase in self.phases:
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
+ if 'machine' in phase:
+ continue
pend = self.dmesg[phase]['end']
if start <= pend:
return phase
@@ -1004,14 +1048,15 @@ class Data:
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')
+ phases = self.sortedPhases()
+ tgtdev = self.sourceDevice(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')
+ tgtdev = self.sourceDevice(phases, start, end, pid, 'thread')
# create new thread blocks, expand as new calls are found
if not tgtdev:
if proc == '<...>':
@@ -1053,7 +1098,7 @@ class Data:
def overflowDevices(self):
# get a list of devices that extend beyond the end of this test run
devlist = []
- for phase in self.phases:
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
for devname in list:
dev = list[devname]
@@ -1064,7 +1109,7 @@ class Data:
# merge any devices that overlap devlist
for dev in devlist:
devname = dev['name']
- for phase in self.phases:
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
if devname not in list:
continue
@@ -1079,7 +1124,7 @@ class Data:
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:
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
if name in list:
tdev = list[name]
@@ -1093,7 +1138,7 @@ class Data:
break
def stitchTouchingThreads(self, testlist):
# merge any threads between tests that touch
- for phase in self.phases:
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
for devname in list:
dev = list[devname]
@@ -1103,7 +1148,7 @@ class Data:
data.usurpTouchingThread(devname, dev)
def optimizeDevSrc(self):
# merge any src call loops to reduce timeline size
- for phase in self.phases:
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
for dev in list:
if 'src' not in list[dev]:
@@ -1141,7 +1186,7 @@ class Data:
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:
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
p = self.dmesg[phase]
p['start'] = self.trimTimeVal(p['start'], t0, dT, left)
p['end'] = self.trimTimeVal(p['end'], t0, dT, left)
@@ -1150,6 +1195,7 @@ class Data:
d = list[name]
d['start'] = self.trimTimeVal(d['start'], t0, dT, left)
d['end'] = self.trimTimeVal(d['end'], t0, dT, left)
+ d['length'] = d['end'] - d['start']
if('ftrace' in d):
cg = d['ftrace']
cg.start = self.trimTimeVal(cg.start, t0, dT, left)
@@ -1166,30 +1212,51 @@ class Data:
tm = self.trimTimeVal(tm, t0, dT, left)
list.append((type, tm, idx1, idx2))
self.errorinfo[dir] = list
- def normalizeTime(self, tZero):
+ def trimFreezeTime(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)
+ lp = ''
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
+ if 'resume_machine' in phase and 'suspend_machine' in lp:
+ tS, tR = self.dmesg[lp]['end'], self.dmesg[phase]['start']
+ tL = tR - tS
+ if tL > 0:
+ left = True if tR > tZero else False
+ self.trimTime(tS, tL, left)
+ self.tLow.append('%.0f'%(tL*1000))
+ lp = phase
def getTimeValues(self):
- sktime = (self.dmesg['suspend_machine']['end'] - \
- self.tKernSus) * 1000
- rktime = (self.dmesg['resume_complete']['end'] - \
- self.dmesg['resume_machine']['start']) * 1000
+ sktime = (self.tSuspended - self.tKernSus) * 1000
+ rktime = (self.tKernRes - self.tResumed) * 1000
return (sktime, rktime)
- def setPhase(self, phase, ktime, isbegin):
+ def setPhase(self, phase, ktime, isbegin, order=-1):
if(isbegin):
+ # phase start over current phase
+ if self.currphase:
+ if 'resume_machine' not in self.currphase:
+ sysvals.vprint('WARNING: phase %s failed to end' % self.currphase)
+ self.dmesg[self.currphase]['end'] = ktime
+ phases = self.dmesg.keys()
+ color = self.phasedef[phase]['color']
+ count = len(phases) if order < 0 else order
+ # create unique name for every new phase
+ while phase in phases:
+ phase += '*'
+ self.dmesg[phase] = {'list': dict(), 'start': -1.0, 'end': -1.0,
+ 'row': 0, 'color': color, 'order': count}
self.dmesg[phase]['start'] = ktime
+ self.currphase = phase
else:
+ # phase end without a start
+ if phase not in self.currphase:
+ if self.currphase:
+ sysvals.vprint('WARNING: %s ended instead of %s, ftrace corruption?' % (phase, self.currphase))
+ else:
+ sysvals.vprint('WARNING: %s ended without a start, ftrace corruption?' % phase)
+ return phase
+ phase = self.currphase
self.dmesg[phase]['end'] = ktime
- def dmesgSortVal(self, phase):
- return self.dmesg[phase]['order']
- def sortedPhases(self):
- return sorted(self.dmesg, key=self.dmesgSortVal)
+ self.currphase = ''
+ return phase
def sortedDevices(self, phase):
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
slist = []
@@ -1208,13 +1275,13 @@ class Data:
for devname in phaselist:
dev = phaselist[devname]
if(dev['end'] < 0):
- for p in self.phases:
+ for p in self.sortedPhases():
if self.dmesg[p]['end'] > dev['start']:
dev['end'] = self.dmesg[p]['end']
break
sysvals.vprint('%s (%s): callback didnt return' % (devname, phase))
def deviceFilter(self, devicefilter):
- for phase in self.phases:
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
rmlist = []
for name in list:
@@ -1229,7 +1296,7 @@ class Data:
del list[name]
def fixupInitcallsThatDidntReturn(self):
# if any calls never returned, clip them at system resume end
- for phase in self.phases:
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
self.fixupInitcalls(phase)
def phaseOverlap(self, phases):
rmgroups = []
@@ -1248,17 +1315,18 @@ class Data:
self.devicegroups.append(newgroup)
def newActionGlobal(self, name, start, end, pid=-1, color=''):
# which phase is this device callback or action in
+ phases = self.sortedPhases()
targetphase = 'none'
htmlclass = ''
overlap = 0.0
- phases = []
- for phase in self.phases:
+ myphases = []
+ for phase in 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)
+ myphases.append(phase)
# set the target phase to the one that overlaps most
if o > overlap:
if overlap > 0 and phase == 'post_resume':
@@ -1267,19 +1335,19 @@ class Data:
overlap = o
# if no target phase was found, pin it to the edge
if targetphase == 'none':
- p0start = self.dmesg[self.phases[0]]['start']
+ p0start = self.dmesg[phases[0]]['start']
if start <= p0start:
- targetphase = self.phases[0]
+ targetphase = phases[0]
else:
- targetphase = self.phases[-1]
+ targetphase = phases[-1]
if pid == -2:
htmlclass = ' bg'
elif pid == -3:
htmlclass = ' ps'
- if len(phases) > 1:
+ if len(myphases) > 1:
htmlclass = ' bg'
- self.phaseOverlap(phases)
- if targetphase in self.phases:
+ self.phaseOverlap(myphases)
+ if targetphase in phases:
newname = self.newAction(targetphase, name, pid, '', start, end, '', htmlclass, color)
return (targetphase, newname)
return False
@@ -1311,19 +1379,43 @@ class Data:
if(list[child]['par'] == devname):
devlist.append(child)
return devlist
+ def maxDeviceNameSize(self, phase):
+ size = 0
+ for name in self.dmesg[phase]['list']:
+ if len(name) > size:
+ size = len(name)
+ return size
def printDetails(self):
sysvals.vprint('Timeline Details:')
sysvals.vprint(' test start: %f' % self.start)
sysvals.vprint('kernel suspend start: %f' % self.tKernSus)
- for phase in self.phases:
- dc = len(self.dmesg[phase]['list'])
- sysvals.vprint(' %16s: %f - %f (%d devices)' % (phase, \
- self.dmesg[phase]['start'], self.dmesg[phase]['end'], dc))
+ tS = tR = False
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
+ devlist = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
+ dc, ps, pe = len(devlist), self.dmesg[phase]['start'], self.dmesg[phase]['end']
+ if not tS and ps >= self.tSuspended:
+ sysvals.vprint(' machine suspended: %f' % self.tSuspended)
+ tS = True
+ if not tR and ps >= self.tResumed:
+ sysvals.vprint(' machine resumed: %f' % self.tResumed)
+ tR = True
+ sysvals.vprint('%20s: %f - %f (%d devices)' % (phase, ps, pe, dc))
+ if sysvals.devdump:
+ sysvals.vprint(''.join('-' for i in range(80)))
+ maxname = '%d' % self.maxDeviceNameSize(phase)
+ fmt = '%3d) %'+maxname+'s - %f - %f'
+ c = 1
+ for name in devlist:
+ s = devlist[name]['start']
+ e = devlist[name]['end']
+ sysvals.vprint(fmt % (c, name, s, e))
+ c += 1
+ sysvals.vprint(''.join('-' for i in range(80)))
sysvals.vprint(' kernel resume end: %f' % self.tKernRes)
sysvals.vprint(' test end: %f' % self.end)
def deviceChildrenAllPhases(self, devname):
devlist = []
- for phase in self.phases:
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
list = self.deviceChildren(devname, phase)
for dev in list:
if dev not in devlist:
@@ -1344,7 +1436,7 @@ class Data:
if node.name:
info = ''
drv = ''
- for phase in self.phases:
+ for phase in self.sortedPhases():
list = self.dmesg[phase]['list']
if node.name in list:
s = list[node.name]['start']
@@ -1478,8 +1570,29 @@ class Data:
c = self.addProcessUsageEvent(ps, tres)
if c > 0:
sysvals.vprint('%25s (res): %d' % (ps, c))
+ def handleEndMarker(self, time):
+ dm = self.dmesg
+ self.setEnd(time)
+ self.initDevicegroups()
+ # give suspend_prepare an end if needed
+ if 'suspend_prepare' in dm and dm['suspend_prepare']['end'] < 0:
+ dm['suspend_prepare']['end'] = time
+ # assume resume machine ends at next phase start
+ if 'resume_machine' in dm and dm['resume_machine']['end'] < 0:
+ np = self.nextPhase('resume_machine', 1)
+ if np:
+ dm['resume_machine']['end'] = dm[np]['start']
+ # if kernel resume end not found, assume its the end marker
+ if self.tKernRes == 0.0:
+ self.tKernRes = time
+ # if kernel suspend start not found, assume its the end marker
+ if self.tKernSus == 0.0:
+ self.tKernSus = time
+ # set resume complete to end at end marker
+ if 'resume_complete' in dm:
+ dm['resume_complete']['end'] = time
def debugPrint(self):
- for p in self.phases:
+ for p in self.sortedPhases():
list = self.dmesg[p]['list']
for devname in list:
dev = list[devname]
@@ -1490,9 +1603,9 @@ class Data:
# 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.row = 0
+ self.count = 1
self.name = name
self.args = args
self.caller = caller
@@ -1546,16 +1659,15 @@ class DevFunction:
# 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.length = 0.0
+ self.fcall = False
+ self.freturn = False
+ self.fevent = False
+ self.fkprobe = False
+ self.depth = 0
+ self.name = ''
+ self.type = ''
self.time = float(t)
if not m and not d:
return
@@ -1633,13 +1745,13 @@ class FTraceLine:
return len(str)/2
def debugPrint(self, info=''):
if self.isLeaf():
- print(' -- %12.6f (depth=%02d): %s(); (%.3f us) %s' % (self.time, \
+ pprint(' -- %12.6f (depth=%02d): %s(); (%.3f us) %s' % (self.time, \
self.depth, self.name, self.length*1000000, info))
elif self.freturn:
- print(' -- %12.6f (depth=%02d): %s} (%.3f us) %s' % (self.time, \
+ pprint(' -- %12.6f (depth=%02d): %s} (%.3f us) %s' % (self.time, \
self.depth, self.name, self.length*1000000, info))
else:
- print(' -- %12.6f (depth=%02d): %s() { (%.3f us) %s' % (self.time, \
+ pprint(' -- %12.6f (depth=%02d): %s() { (%.3f us) %s' % (self.time, \
self.depth, self.name, self.length*1000000, info))
def startMarker(self):
# Is this the starting line of a suspend?
@@ -1675,19 +1787,13 @@ class FTraceLine:
# Each instance is tied to a single device in a single phase, and is
# comprised of an ordered list of FTraceLine objects
class FTraceCallGraph:
- id = ''
- start = -1.0
- end = -1.0
- list = []
- invalid = False
- depth = 0
- pid = 0
- name = ''
- partial = False
vfname = 'missing_function_name'
- ignore = False
- sv = 0
def __init__(self, pid, sv):
+ self.id = ''
+ self.invalid = False
+ self.name = ''
+ self.partial = False
+ self.ignore = False
self.start = -1.0
self.end = -1.0
self.list = []
@@ -1786,7 +1892,7 @@ class FTraceCallGraph:
if warning and ('[make leaf]', line) not in info:
info.append(('', line))
if warning:
- print 'WARNING: ftrace data missing, corrections made:'
+ pprint('WARNING: ftrace data missing, corrections made:')
for i in info:
t, obj = i
if obj:
@@ -1846,10 +1952,10 @@ class FTraceCallGraph:
id = 'task %s' % (self.pid)
window = '(%f - %f)' % (self.start, line.time)
if(self.depth < 0):
- print('Data misalignment for '+id+\
+ pprint('Data misalignment for '+id+\
' (buffer overflow), ignoring this callback')
else:
- print('Too much data for '+id+\
+ pprint('Too much data for '+id+\
' '+window+', ignoring this callback')
def slice(self, dev):
minicg = FTraceCallGraph(dev['pid'], self.sv)
@@ -1902,7 +2008,7 @@ class FTraceCallGraph:
elif l.isReturn():
if(l.depth not in stack):
if self.sv.verbose:
- print 'Post Process Error: Depth missing'
+ pprint('Post Process Error: Depth missing')
l.debugPrint()
return False
# calculate call length from call/return lines
@@ -1919,7 +2025,7 @@ class FTraceCallGraph:
return True
elif(cnt < 0):
if self.sv.verbose:
- print 'Post Process Error: Depth is less than 0'
+ pprint('Post Process Error: Depth is less than 0')
return False
# trace ended before call tree finished
return self.repair(cnt)
@@ -1943,7 +2049,7 @@ class FTraceCallGraph:
dev['ftrace'] = cg
found = devname
return found
- for p in data.phases:
+ for p in data.sortedPhases():
if(data.dmesg[p]['start'] <= self.start and
self.start <= data.dmesg[p]['end']):
list = data.dmesg[p]['list']
@@ -1966,7 +2072,7 @@ class FTraceCallGraph:
if fs < data.start or fe > data.end:
return
phase = ''
- for p in data.phases:
+ for p in data.sortedPhases():
if(data.dmesg[p]['start'] <= self.start and
self.start < data.dmesg[p]['end']):
phase = p
@@ -1978,20 +2084,20 @@ class FTraceCallGraph:
phase, myname = out
data.dmesg[phase]['list'][myname]['ftrace'] = self
def debugPrint(self, info=''):
- print('%s pid=%d [%f - %f] %.3f us') % \
+ pprint('%s pid=%d [%f - %f] %.3f us' % \
(self.name, self.pid, self.start, self.end,
- (self.end - self.start)*1000000)
+ (self.end - self.start)*1000000))
for l in self.list:
if l.isLeaf():
- print('%f (%02d): %s(); (%.3f us)%s' % (l.time, \
+ pprint('%f (%02d): %s(); (%.3f us)%s' % (l.time, \
l.depth, l.name, l.length*1000000, info))
elif l.freturn:
- print('%f (%02d): %s} (%.3f us)%s' % (l.time, \
+ pprint('%f (%02d): %s} (%.3f us)%s' % (l.time, \
l.depth, l.name, l.length*1000000, info))
else:
- print('%f (%02d): %s() { (%.3f us)%s' % (l.time, \
+ pprint('%f (%02d): %s() { (%.3f us)%s' % (l.time, \
l.depth, l.name, l.length*1000000, info))
- print(' ')
+ pprint(' ')
class DevItem:
def __init__(self, test, phase, dev):
@@ -2008,23 +2114,20 @@ class DevItem:
# 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()
html_tblock = '<div id="block{0}" class="tblock" style="left:{1}%;width:{2}%;"><div class="tback" style="height:{3}px"></div>\n'
html_device = '<div id="{0}" title="{1}" class="thread{7}" style="left:{2}%;top:{3}px;height:{4}px;width:{5}%;{8}">{6}</div>\n'
html_phase = '<div class="phase" style="left:{0}%;width:{1}%;top:{2}px;height:{3}px;background:{4}">{5}</div>\n'
html_phaselet = '<div id="{0}" class="phaselet" style="left:{1}%;width:{2}%;background:{3}"></div>\n'
html_legend = '<div id="p{3}" class="square" style="left:{0}%;background:{1}">&nbsp;{2}</div>\n'
def __init__(self, rowheight, scaleheight):
- self.rowH = rowheight
- self.scaleH = scaleheight
self.html = ''
+ self.height = 0 # total timeline height
+ self.scaleH = scaleheight # timescale (top) row height
+ self.rowH = rowheight # device row height
+ self.bodyH = 0 # body height
+ self.rows = 0 # total timeline rows
+ self.rowlines = dict()
+ self.rowheight = dict()
def createHeader(self, sv, stamp):
if(not stamp['time']):
return
@@ -2251,18 +2354,18 @@ class Timeline:
# Description:
# A list of values describing the properties of these test runs
class TestProps:
- stamp = ''
- sysinfo = ''
- cmdline = ''
- kparams = ''
- S0i3 = False
- fwdata = []
stampfmt = '# [a-z]*-(?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>.*)$'
+ batteryfmt = '^# battery (?P<a1>\w*) (?P<c1>\d*) (?P<a2>\w*) (?P<c2>\d*)'
+ testerrfmt = '^# enter_sleep_error (?P<e>.*)'
sysinfofmt = '^# sysinfo .*'
cmdlinefmt = '^# command \| (?P<cmd>.*)'
kparamsfmt = '^# kparams \| (?P<kp>.*)'
+ devpropfmt = '# Device Properties: .*'
+ tracertypefmt = '# tracer: (?P<t>.*)'
+ firmwarefmt = '# fwsuspend (?P<s>[0-9]*) fwresume (?P<r>[0-9]*)$'
+ procexecfmt = 'ps - (?P<ps>.*)$'
ftrace_line_fmt_fg = \
'^ *(?P<time>[0-9\.]*) *\| *(?P<cpu>[0-9]*)\)'+\
' *(?P<proc>.*)-(?P<pid>[0-9]*) *\|'+\
@@ -2271,11 +2374,17 @@ class TestProps:
' *(?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.stamp = ''
+ self.sysinfo = ''
+ self.cmdline = ''
+ self.kparams = ''
+ self.testerror = []
+ self.battery = []
+ self.fwdata = []
+ self.ftrace_line_fmt = self.ftrace_line_fmt_nop
+ self.cgformat = False
+ self.data = 0
self.ktemp = dict()
def setTracerType(self, tracer):
if(tracer == 'function_graph'):
@@ -2286,6 +2395,7 @@ class TestProps:
else:
doError('Invalid tracer format: [%s]' % tracer)
def parseStamp(self, data, sv):
+ # global test data
m = re.match(self.stampfmt, self.stamp)
data.stamp = {'time': '', 'host': '', 'mode': ''}
dt = datetime(int(m.group('y'))+2000, int(m.group('m')),
@@ -2324,23 +2434,36 @@ class TestProps:
sv.kparams = m.group('kp')
if not sv.stamp:
sv.stamp = data.stamp
+ # firmware data
+ if sv.suspendmode == 'mem' and len(self.fwdata) > data.testnumber:
+ data.fwSuspend, data.fwResume = self.fwdata[data.testnumber]
+ if(data.fwSuspend > 0 or data.fwResume > 0):
+ data.fwValid = True
+ # battery data
+ if len(self.battery) > data.testnumber:
+ m = re.match(self.batteryfmt, self.battery[data.testnumber])
+ if m:
+ data.battery = m.groups()
+ # sleep mode enter errors
+ if len(self.testerror) > data.testnumber:
+ m = re.match(self.testerrfmt, self.testerror[data.testnumber])
+ if m:
+ data.enterfail = m.group('e')
# 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 __init__(self):
+ self.proclist = dict()
+ self.running = False
def procstat(self):
c = ['cat /proc/[1-9]*/stat 2>/dev/null']
process = Popen(c, shell=True, stdout=PIPE)
@@ -2391,8 +2514,8 @@ class ProcessMonitor:
# markers, and/or kprobes required for primary parsing.
def doesTraceLogHaveTraceEvents():
kpcheck = ['_cal: (', '_cpu_down()']
- techeck = ['suspend_resume']
- tmcheck = ['SUSPEND START', 'RESUME COMPLETE']
+ techeck = ['suspend_resume', 'device_pm_callback']
+ tmcheck = ['tracing_mark_write']
sysvals.usekprobes = False
fp = sysvals.openlog(sysvals.ftracefile, 'r')
for line in fp:
@@ -2414,23 +2537,14 @@ def doesTraceLogHaveTraceEvents():
check.remove(i)
tmcheck = check
fp.close()
- if len(techeck) == 0:
- sysvals.usetraceevents = True
- else:
- sysvals.usetraceevents = False
- if len(tmcheck) == 0:
- sysvals.usetracemarkers = True
- else:
- sysvals.usetracemarkers = False
+ sysvals.usetraceevents = True if len(techeck) < 2 else False
+ sysvals.usetracemarkers = True if len(tmcheck) == 0 else 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.
+# Adds callgraph data which lacks trace event data. This is only
+# for timelines generated from 3.15 or older
# Arguments:
# testruns: the array of Data objects obtained from parseKernelLog
def appendIncompleteTraceLog(testruns):
@@ -2460,13 +2574,19 @@ def appendIncompleteTraceLog(testruns):
elif re.match(tp.cmdlinefmt, line):
tp.cmdline = line
continue
+ elif re.match(tp.batteryfmt, line):
+ tp.battery.append(line)
+ continue
+ elif re.match(tp.testerrfmt, line):
+ tp.testerror.append(line)
+ continue
# determine the trace data type (required for further parsing)
- m = re.match(sysvals.tracertypefmt, line)
+ m = re.match(tp.tracertypefmt, line)
if(m):
tp.setTracerType(m.group('t'))
continue
# device properties line
- if(re.match(sysvals.devpropfmt, line)):
+ if(re.match(tp.devpropfmt, line)):
devProps(line)
continue
# parse only valid lines, if this is not one move on
@@ -2506,87 +2626,7 @@ def appendIncompleteTraceLog(testruns):
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
+ continue
# call/return processing
elif sysvals.usecallgraph:
# create a callgraph object for the data
@@ -2603,12 +2643,6 @@ def appendIncompleteTraceLog(testruns):
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]:
@@ -2621,7 +2655,7 @@ def appendIncompleteTraceLog(testruns):
continue
callstart = cg.start
callend = cg.end
- for p in test.data.phases:
+ for p in test.data.sortedPhases():
if(test.data.dmesg[p]['start'] <= callstart and
callstart <= test.data.dmesg[p]['end']):
list = test.data.dmesg[p]['list']
@@ -2648,10 +2682,13 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
doError('%s does not exist' % sysvals.ftracefile)
if not live:
sysvals.setupAllKprobes()
+ ksuscalls = ['pm_prepare_console']
+ krescalls = ['pm_restore_console']
tracewatch = []
if sysvals.usekprobes:
tracewatch += ['sync_filesystems', 'freeze_processes', 'syscore_suspend',
- 'syscore_resume', 'resume_console', 'thaw_processes', 'CPU_ON', 'CPU_OFF']
+ 'syscore_resume', 'resume_console', 'thaw_processes', 'CPU_ON',
+ 'CPU_OFF', 'timekeeping_freeze', 'acpi_suspend']
# extract the callgraph and traceevent data
tp = TestProps()
@@ -2674,18 +2711,24 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
elif re.match(tp.cmdlinefmt, line):
tp.cmdline = line
continue
+ elif re.match(tp.batteryfmt, line):
+ tp.battery.append(line)
+ continue
+ elif re.match(tp.testerrfmt, line):
+ tp.testerror.append(line)
+ continue
# firmware line: pull out any firmware data
- m = re.match(sysvals.firmwarefmt, line)
+ m = re.match(tp.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)
+ m = re.match(tp.tracertypefmt, line)
if(m):
tp.setTracerType(m.group('t'))
continue
# device properties line
- if(re.match(sysvals.devpropfmt, line)):
+ if(re.match(tp.devpropfmt, line)):
devProps(line)
continue
# ignore all other commented lines
@@ -2714,20 +2757,20 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
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)
tp.parseStamp(data, sysvals)
data.setStart(t.time)
- data.tKernSus = t.time
+ data.first_suspend_prepare = True
+ phase = data.setPhase('suspend_prepare', t.time, True)
continue
if(not data):
continue
# process cpu exec line
if t.type == 'tracing_mark_write':
- m = re.match(sysvals.procexecfmt, t.name)
+ m = re.match(tp.procexecfmt, t.name)
if(m):
proclist = dict()
for ps in m.group('ps').split(','):
@@ -2740,28 +2783,17 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
continue
# find the end of resume
if(t.endMarker()):
- data.setEnd(t.time)
- if data.tKernRes == 0.0:
- data.tKernRes = t.time
- if data.dmesg['resume_complete']['end'] < 0:
- data.dmesg['resume_complete']['end'] = t.time
- if sysvals.suspendmode == 'mem' and len(tp.fwdata) > data.testnumber:
- data.fwSuspend, data.fwResume = tp.fwdata[data.testnumber]
- if(data.tSuspended != 0 and data.tResumed != 0 and \
- (data.fwSuspend > 0 or data.fwResume > 0)):
- data.fwValid = True
+ data.handleEndMarker(t.time)
if(not sysvals.usetracemarkers):
# no trace markers? then quit and be sure to finish recording
# the event we used to trigger resume end
- if(len(testrun.ttemp['thaw_processes']) > 0):
+ if('thaw_processes' in testrun.ttemp and len(testrun.ttemp['thaw_processes']) > 0):
# if an entry exists, assume this is its end
testrun.ttemp['thaw_processes'][-1]['end'] = t.time
break
continue
# trace event processing
if(t.fevent):
- if(phase == 'post_resume'):
- data.setEnd(t.time)
if(t.type == 'suspend_resume'):
# suspend_resume trace events have two types, begin and end
if(re.match('(?P<name>.*) begin$', t.name)):
@@ -2786,86 +2818,62 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
# -- phase changes --
# start of kernel suspend
if(re.match('suspend_enter\[.*', t.name)):
- if(isbegin and data.start == data.tKernSus):
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = t.time
+ if(isbegin):
data.tKernSus = t.time
continue
# suspend_prepare start
elif(re.match('dpm_prepare\[.*', t.name)):
- phase = 'suspend_prepare'
- if(not isbegin):
- data.dmesg[phase]['end'] = t.time
- if data.dmesg[phase]['start'] < 0:
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = data.start
+ if isbegin and data.first_suspend_prepare:
+ data.first_suspend_prepare = False
+ if data.tKernSus == 0:
+ data.tKernSus = t.time
+ continue
+ phase = data.setPhase('suspend_prepare', t.time, isbegin)
continue
# suspend start
elif(re.match('dpm_suspend\[.*', t.name)):
- phase = 'suspend'
- data.setPhase(phase, t.time, isbegin)
+ phase = data.setPhase('suspend', t.time, isbegin)
continue
# suspend_late start
elif(re.match('dpm_suspend_late\[.*', t.name)):
- phase = 'suspend_late'
- data.setPhase(phase, t.time, isbegin)
+ phase = data.setPhase('suspend_late', t.time, isbegin)
continue
# suspend_noirq start
elif(re.match('dpm_suspend_noirq\[.*', t.name)):
- if data.phaseCollision('suspend_noirq', isbegin, line):
- continue
- phase = 'suspend_noirq'
- data.setPhase(phase, t.time, isbegin)
- if(not isbegin):
- phase = 'suspend_machine'
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = t.time
+ phase = data.setPhase('suspend_noirq', t.time, isbegin)
continue
# suspend_machine/resume_machine
elif(re.match('machine_suspend\[.*', t.name)):
if(isbegin):
- phase = 'suspend_machine'
- data.dmesg[phase]['end'] = t.time
- data.tSuspended = t.time
+ lp = data.lastPhase()
+ phase = data.setPhase('suspend_machine', data.dmesg[lp]['end'], True)
+ data.setPhase(phase, t.time, False)
+ if data.tSuspended == 0:
+ data.tSuspended = t.time
else:
- if(sysvals.suspendmode in ['mem', 'disk'] and not tp.S0i3):
- data.dmesg['suspend_machine']['end'] = t.time
+ phase = data.setPhase('resume_machine', t.time, True)
+ if(sysvals.suspendmode in ['mem', 'disk']):
+ susp = phase.replace('resume', 'suspend')
+ if susp in data.dmesg:
+ data.dmesg[susp]['end'] = t.time
data.tSuspended = t.time
- phase = 'resume_machine'
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = t.time
data.tResumed = t.time
- data.tLow = data.tResumed - data.tSuspended
- continue
- # acpi_suspend
- elif(re.match('acpi_suspend\[.*', t.name)):
- # acpi_suspend[0] S0i3
- if(re.match('acpi_suspend\[0\] begin', t.name)):
- if(sysvals.suspendmode == 'mem'):
- tp.S0i3 = True
- data.dmesg['suspend_machine']['end'] = t.time
- data.tSuspended = t.time
continue
# resume_noirq start
elif(re.match('dpm_resume_noirq\[.*', t.name)):
- if data.phaseCollision('resume_noirq', isbegin, line):
- continue
- phase = 'resume_noirq'
- data.setPhase(phase, t.time, isbegin)
- if(isbegin):
- data.dmesg['resume_machine']['end'] = t.time
+ phase = data.setPhase('resume_noirq', t.time, isbegin)
continue
# resume_early start
elif(re.match('dpm_resume_early\[.*', t.name)):
- phase = 'resume_early'
- data.setPhase(phase, t.time, isbegin)
+ phase = data.setPhase('resume_early', t.time, isbegin)
continue
# resume start
elif(re.match('dpm_resume\[.*', t.name)):
- phase = 'resume'
- data.setPhase(phase, t.time, isbegin)
+ phase = data.setPhase('resume', t.time, isbegin)
continue
# resume complete start
elif(re.match('dpm_complete\[.*', t.name)):
- phase = 'resume_complete'
- if(isbegin):
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = t.time
+ phase = data.setPhase('resume_complete', t.time, isbegin)
continue
# skip trace events inside devices calls
if(not data.isTraceEventOutsideDeviceCalls(pid, t.time)):
@@ -2881,13 +2889,10 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
if(len(testrun.ttemp[name]) > 0):
# if an entry exists, assume this is its end
testrun.ttemp[name][-1]['end'] = t.time
- elif(phase == 'post_resume'):
- # post resume events can just have ends
- testrun.ttemp[name].append({
- 'begin': data.dmesg[phase]['start'],
- 'end': t.time})
# device callback start
elif(t.type == 'device_pm_callback_start'):
+ if phase not in data.dmesg:
+ continue
m = re.match('(?P<drv>.*) (?P<d>.*), parent: *(?P<p>.*), .*',\
t.name);
if(not m):
@@ -2901,6 +2906,8 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
data.devpids.append(pid)
# device callback finish
elif(t.type == 'device_pm_callback_end'):
+ if phase not in data.dmesg:
+ continue
m = re.match('(?P<drv>.*) (?P<d>.*), err.*', t.name);
if(not m):
continue
@@ -2931,6 +2938,9 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
'cdata': kprobedata,
'proc': m_proc,
})
+ # start of kernel resume
+ if(phase == 'suspend_prepare' and kprobename in ksuscalls):
+ data.tKernSus = t.time
elif(t.freturn):
if(key not in tp.ktemp) or len(tp.ktemp[key]) < 1:
continue
@@ -2941,9 +2951,9 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
e['end'] = t.time
e['rdata'] = kprobedata
# end of kernel resume
- if(kprobename == 'pm_notifier_call_chain' or \
- kprobename == 'pm_restore_console'):
- data.dmesg[phase]['end'] = t.time
+ if(phase != 'suspend_prepare' and kprobename in krescalls):
+ if phase in data.dmesg:
+ data.dmesg[phase]['end'] = t.time
data.tKernRes = t.time
# callgraph processing
@@ -2961,10 +2971,13 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
if(res == -1):
testrun.ftemp[key][-1].addLine(t)
tf.close()
+ if data and not data.devicegroups:
+ sysvals.vprint('WARNING: end marker is missing')
+ data.handleEndMarker(t.time)
if sysvals.suspendmode == 'command':
for test in testruns:
- for p in test.data.phases:
+ for p in test.data.sortedPhases():
if p == 'suspend_prepare':
test.data.dmesg[p]['start'] = test.data.start
test.data.dmesg[p]['end'] = test.data.end
@@ -2973,13 +2986,20 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
test.data.dmesg[p]['end'] = test.data.end
test.data.tSuspended = test.data.end
test.data.tResumed = test.data.end
- test.data.tLow = 0
test.data.fwValid = False
# dev source and procmon events can be unreadable with mixed phase height
if sysvals.usedevsrc or sysvals.useprocmon:
sysvals.mixedphaseheight = False
+ # expand phase boundaries so there are no gaps
+ for data in testdata:
+ lp = data.sortedPhases()[0]
+ for p in data.sortedPhases():
+ if(p != lp and not ('machine' in p and 'machine' in lp)):
+ data.dmesg[lp]['end'] = data.dmesg[p]['start']
+ lp = p
+
for i in range(len(testruns)):
test = testruns[i]
data = test.data
@@ -3040,8 +3060,8 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
sortkey = '%f%f%d' % (cg.start, cg.end, pid)
sortlist[sortkey] = cg
elif len(cg.list) > 1000000:
- print 'WARNING: the callgraph for %s is massive (%d lines)' %\
- (devname, len(cg.list))
+ sysvals.vprint('WARNING: the callgraph for %s is massive (%d lines)' %\
+ (devname, len(cg.list)))
# create blocks for orphan cg data
for sortkey in sorted(sortlist):
cg = sortlist[sortkey]
@@ -3057,25 +3077,29 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
for data in testdata:
tn = '' if len(testdata) == 1 else ('%d' % (data.testnumber + 1))
terr = ''
- lp = data.phases[0]
- for p in data.phases:
- if(data.dmesg[p]['start'] < 0 and data.dmesg[p]['end'] < 0):
+ phasedef = data.phasedef
+ lp = 'suspend_prepare'
+ for p in sorted(phasedef, key=lambda k:phasedef[k]['order']):
+ if p not in data.dmesg:
if not terr:
- print 'TEST%s FAILED: %s failed in %s phase' % (tn, sysvals.suspendmode, lp)
+ pprint('TEST%s FAILED: %s failed in %s phase' % (tn, sysvals.suspendmode, lp))
terr = '%s%s failed in %s phase' % (sysvals.suspendmode, tn, lp)
error.append(terr)
+ if data.tSuspended == 0:
+ data.tSuspended = data.dmesg[lp]['end']
+ if data.tResumed == 0:
+ data.tResumed = data.dmesg[lp]['end']
+ data.fwValid = False
sysvals.vprint('WARNING: phase "%s" is missing!' % p)
- if(data.dmesg[p]['start'] < 0):
- data.dmesg[p]['start'] = data.dmesg[lp]['end']
- if(p == 'resume_machine'):
- data.tSuspended = data.dmesg[lp]['end']
- data.tResumed = data.dmesg[lp]['end']
- data.tLow = 0
- if(data.dmesg[p]['end'] < 0):
- data.dmesg[p]['end'] = data.dmesg[p]['start']
- if(p != lp and not ('machine' in p and 'machine' in lp)):
- data.dmesg[lp]['end'] = data.dmesg[p]['start']
lp = p
+ if not terr and data.enterfail:
+ pprint('test%s FAILED: enter %s failed with %s' % (tn, sysvals.suspendmode, data.enterfail))
+ terr = 'test%s failed to enter %s mode' % (tn, sysvals.suspendmode)
+ error.append(terr)
+ if data.tSuspended == 0:
+ data.tSuspended = data.tKernRes
+ if data.tResumed == 0:
+ data.tResumed = data.tSuspended
if(len(sysvals.devicefilter) > 0):
data.deviceFilter(sysvals.devicefilter)
@@ -3127,7 +3151,13 @@ def loadKernelLog():
elif re.match(tp.cmdlinefmt, line):
tp.cmdline = line
continue
- m = re.match(sysvals.firmwarefmt, line)
+ elif re.match(tp.batteryfmt, line):
+ tp.battery.append(line)
+ continue
+ elif re.match(tp.testerrfmt, line):
+ tp.testerror.append(line)
+ continue
+ m = re.match(tp.firmwarefmt, line)
if(m):
tp.fwdata.append((int(m.group('s')), int(m.group('r'))))
continue
@@ -3140,10 +3170,6 @@ def loadKernelLog():
testruns.append(data)
data = Data(len(testruns))
tp.parseStamp(data, sysvals)
- if len(tp.fwdata) > data.testnumber:
- data.fwSuspend, data.fwResume = tp.fwdata[data.testnumber]
- if(data.fwSuspend > 0 or data.fwResume > 0):
- data.fwValid = True
if(not data):
continue
m = re.match('.* *(?P<k>[0-9]\.[0-9]{2}\.[0-9]-.*) .*', msg)
@@ -3158,7 +3184,7 @@ def loadKernelLog():
if data:
testruns.append(data)
if len(testruns) < 1:
- print('ERROR: dmesg log has no suspend/resume data: %s' \
+ pprint('ERROR: dmesg log has no suspend/resume data: %s' \
% sysvals.dmesgfile)
# fix lines with same timestamp/function with the call and return swapped
@@ -3199,30 +3225,30 @@ def parseKernelLog(data):
# dmesg phase match table
dm = {
- 'suspend_prepare': 'PM: Syncing filesystems.*',
- 'suspend': 'PM: Entering [a-z]* sleep.*',
- 'suspend_late': 'PM: suspend of devices complete after.*',
- 'suspend_noirq': 'PM: late suspend of devices complete after.*',
- 'suspend_machine': 'PM: noirq suspend of devices complete after.*',
- 'resume_machine': 'ACPI: Low-level resume complete.*',
- 'resume_noirq': 'ACPI: Waking up from system sleep state.*',
- 'resume_early': 'PM: noirq resume of devices complete after.*',
- 'resume': 'PM: early resume of devices complete after.*',
- 'resume_complete': 'PM: resume of devices complete after.*',
- 'post_resume': '.*Restarting tasks \.\.\..*',
+ 'suspend_prepare': ['PM: Syncing filesystems.*'],
+ 'suspend': ['PM: Entering [a-z]* sleep.*', 'Suspending console.*'],
+ 'suspend_late': ['PM: suspend of devices complete after.*'],
+ 'suspend_noirq': ['PM: late suspend of devices complete after.*'],
+ 'suspend_machine': ['PM: noirq suspend of devices complete after.*'],
+ 'resume_machine': ['ACPI: Low-level resume complete.*'],
+ 'resume_noirq': ['ACPI: Waking up from system sleep state.*'],
+ 'resume_early': ['PM: noirq resume of devices complete after.*'],
+ 'resume': ['PM: early resume of devices complete after.*'],
+ 'resume_complete': ['PM: resume of devices complete after.*'],
+ 'post_resume': ['.*Restarting tasks \.\.\..*'],
}
if(sysvals.suspendmode == 'standby'):
- dm['resume_machine'] = 'PM: Restoring platform NVS memory'
+ dm['resume_machine'] = ['PM: Restoring platform NVS memory']
elif(sysvals.suspendmode == 'disk'):
- dm['suspend_late'] = 'PM: freeze of devices complete after.*'
- dm['suspend_noirq'] = 'PM: late freeze of devices complete after.*'
- dm['suspend_machine'] = 'PM: noirq freeze of devices complete after.*'
- dm['resume_machine'] = 'PM: Restoring platform NVS memory'
- dm['resume_early'] = 'PM: noirq restore of devices complete after.*'
- dm['resume'] = 'PM: early restore of devices complete after.*'
- dm['resume_complete'] = 'PM: restore of devices complete after.*'
+ dm['suspend_late'] = ['PM: freeze of devices complete after.*']
+ dm['suspend_noirq'] = ['PM: late freeze of devices complete after.*']
+ dm['suspend_machine'] = ['PM: noirq freeze of devices complete after.*']
+ dm['resume_machine'] = ['PM: Restoring platform NVS memory']
+ dm['resume_early'] = ['PM: noirq restore of devices complete after.*']
+ dm['resume'] = ['PM: early restore of devices complete after.*']
+ dm['resume_complete'] = ['PM: restore of devices complete after.*']
elif(sysvals.suspendmode == 'freeze'):
- dm['resume_machine'] = 'ACPI: resume from mwait'
+ dm['resume_machine'] = ['ACPI: resume from mwait']
# action table (expected events that occur and show up in dmesg)
at = {
@@ -3264,81 +3290,89 @@ def parseKernelLog(data):
else:
continue
+ # check for a phase change line
+ phasechange = False
+ for p in dm:
+ for s in dm[p]:
+ if(re.match(s, msg)):
+ phasechange, phase = True, p
+ break
+
# hack for determining resume_machine end for freeze
if(not sysvals.usetraceevents and sysvals.suspendmode == 'freeze' \
and phase == 'resume_machine' and \
re.match('calling (?P<f>.*)\+ @ .*, parent: .*', msg)):
- data.dmesg['resume_machine']['end'] = ktime
- phase = 'resume_noirq'
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = ktime
-
- # suspend start
- if(re.match(dm['suspend_prepare'], msg)):
- phase = 'suspend_prepare'
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = ktime
- data.setStart(ktime)
- data.tKernSus = ktime
- # suspend start
- elif(re.match(dm['suspend'], msg)):
- data.dmesg['suspend_prepare']['end'] = ktime
- phase = 'suspend'
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = ktime
- # suspend_late start
- elif(re.match(dm['suspend_late'], msg)):
- data.dmesg['suspend']['end'] = ktime
- phase = 'suspend_late'
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = ktime
- # suspend_noirq start
- elif(re.match(dm['suspend_noirq'], msg)):
- data.dmesg['suspend_late']['end'] = ktime
- phase = 'suspend_noirq'
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = ktime
- # suspend_machine start
- elif(re.match(dm['suspend_machine'], msg)):
- data.dmesg['suspend_noirq']['end'] = ktime
- phase = 'suspend_machine'
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = ktime
- # resume_machine start
- elif(re.match(dm['resume_machine'], msg)):
- if(sysvals.suspendmode in ['freeze', 'standby']):
- data.tSuspended = prevktime
- data.dmesg['suspend_machine']['end'] = prevktime
- else:
- data.tSuspended = ktime
- data.dmesg['suspend_machine']['end'] = ktime
- phase = 'resume_machine'
- data.tResumed = ktime
- data.tLow = data.tResumed - data.tSuspended
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = ktime
- # resume_noirq start
- elif(re.match(dm['resume_noirq'], msg)):
- data.dmesg['resume_machine']['end'] = ktime
+ data.setPhase(phase, ktime, False)
phase = 'resume_noirq'
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = ktime
- # resume_early start
- elif(re.match(dm['resume_early'], msg)):
- data.dmesg['resume_noirq']['end'] = ktime
- phase = 'resume_early'
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = ktime
- # resume start
- elif(re.match(dm['resume'], msg)):
- data.dmesg['resume_early']['end'] = ktime
- phase = 'resume'
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = ktime
- # resume complete start
- elif(re.match(dm['resume_complete'], msg)):
- data.dmesg['resume']['end'] = ktime
- phase = 'resume_complete'
- data.dmesg[phase]['start'] = ktime
- # post resume start
- elif(re.match(dm['post_resume'], msg)):
- data.dmesg['resume_complete']['end'] = ktime
- data.setEnd(ktime)
- data.tKernRes = ktime
- break
+ data.setPhase(phase, ktime, True)
+
+ if phasechange:
+ if phase == 'suspend_prepare':
+ data.setPhase(phase, ktime, True)
+ data.setStart(ktime)
+ data.tKernSus = ktime
+ elif phase == 'suspend':
+ lp = data.lastPhase()
+ if lp:
+ data.setPhase(lp, ktime, False)
+ data.setPhase(phase, ktime, True)
+ elif phase == 'suspend_late':
+ lp = data.lastPhase()
+ if lp:
+ data.setPhase(lp, ktime, False)
+ data.setPhase(phase, ktime, True)
+ elif phase == 'suspend_noirq':
+ lp = data.lastPhase()
+ if lp:
+ data.setPhase(lp, ktime, False)
+ data.setPhase(phase, ktime, True)
+ elif phase == 'suspend_machine':
+ lp = data.lastPhase()
+ if lp:
+ data.setPhase(lp, ktime, False)
+ data.setPhase(phase, ktime, True)
+ elif phase == 'resume_machine':
+ lp = data.lastPhase()
+ if(sysvals.suspendmode in ['freeze', 'standby']):
+ data.tSuspended = prevktime
+ if lp:
+ data.setPhase(lp, prevktime, False)
+ else:
+ data.tSuspended = ktime
+ if lp:
+ data.setPhase(lp, prevktime, False)
+ data.tResumed = ktime
+ data.setPhase(phase, ktime, True)
+ elif phase == 'resume_noirq':
+ lp = data.lastPhase()
+ if lp:
+ data.setPhase(lp, ktime, False)
+ data.setPhase(phase, ktime, True)
+ elif phase == 'resume_early':
+ lp = data.lastPhase()
+ if lp:
+ data.setPhase(lp, ktime, False)
+ data.setPhase(phase, ktime, True)
+ elif phase == 'resume':
+ lp = data.lastPhase()
+ if lp:
+ data.setPhase(lp, ktime, False)
+ data.setPhase(phase, ktime, True)
+ elif phase == 'resume_complete':
+ lp = data.lastPhase()
+ if lp:
+ data.setPhase(lp, ktime, False)
+ data.setPhase(phase, ktime, True)
+ elif phase == 'post_resume':
+ lp = data.lastPhase()
+ if lp:
+ data.setPhase(lp, ktime, False)
+ data.setEnd(ktime)
+ data.tKernRes = ktime
+ break
# -- device callbacks --
- if(phase in data.phases):
+ if(phase in data.sortedPhases()):
# device init call
if(re.match('calling (?P<f>.*)\+ @ .*, parent: .*', msg)):
sm = re.match('calling (?P<f>.*)\+ @ '+\
@@ -3396,24 +3430,31 @@ def parseKernelLog(data):
actions[cpu].append({'begin': cpu_start, 'end': ktime})
cpu_start = ktime
prevktime = ktime
+ data.initDevicegroups()
# fill in any missing phases
- lp = data.phases[0]
- for p in data.phases:
- if(data.dmesg[p]['start'] < 0 and data.dmesg[p]['end'] < 0):
- print('WARNING: phase "%s" is missing, something went wrong!' % p)
- print(' In %s, this dmesg line denotes the start of %s:' % \
- (sysvals.suspendmode, p))
- print(' "%s"' % dm[p])
- if(data.dmesg[p]['start'] < 0):
- data.dmesg[p]['start'] = data.dmesg[lp]['end']
- if(p == 'resume_machine'):
- data.tSuspended = data.dmesg[lp]['end']
- data.tResumed = data.dmesg[lp]['end']
- data.tLow = 0
- if(data.dmesg[p]['end'] < 0):
- data.dmesg[p]['end'] = data.dmesg[p]['start']
+ phasedef = data.phasedef
+ terr, lp = '', 'suspend_prepare'
+ for p in sorted(phasedef, key=lambda k:phasedef[k]['order']):
+ if p not in data.dmesg:
+ if not terr:
+ pprint('TEST FAILED: %s failed in %s phase' % (sysvals.suspendmode, lp))
+ terr = '%s failed in %s phase' % (sysvals.suspendmode, lp)
+ if data.tSuspended == 0:
+ data.tSuspended = data.dmesg[lp]['end']
+ if data.tResumed == 0:
+ data.tResumed = data.dmesg[lp]['end']
+ sysvals.vprint('WARNING: phase "%s" is missing!' % p)
lp = p
+ lp = data.sortedPhases()[0]
+ for p in data.sortedPhases():
+ if(p != lp and not ('machine' in p and 'machine' in lp)):
+ data.dmesg[lp]['end'] = data.dmesg[p]['start']
+ lp = p
+ if data.tSuspended == 0:
+ data.tSuspended = data.tKernRes
+ if data.tResumed == 0:
+ data.tResumed = data.tSuspended
# fill in any actions we've found
for name in actions:
@@ -3462,7 +3503,7 @@ def addCallgraphs(sv, hf, data):
hf.write('<section id="callgraphs" class="callgraph">\n')
# write out the ftrace data converted to html
num = 0
- for p in data.phases:
+ for p in data.sortedPhases():
if sv.cgphase and p != sv.cgphase:
continue
list = data.dmesg[p]['list']
@@ -3495,7 +3536,7 @@ def addCallgraphs(sv, hf, data):
# Create summary html file for a series of tests
# Arguments:
# testruns: array of Data objects from parseTraceLog
-def createHTMLSummarySimple(testruns, htmlfile, folder):
+def createHTMLSummarySimple(testruns, htmlfile, title):
# write the html header first (html head, css code, up to body start)
html = '<!DOCTYPE html>\n<html>\n<head>\n\
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">\n\
@@ -3505,7 +3546,7 @@ def createHTMLSummarySimple(testruns, htmlfile, folder):
table {width:100%;border-collapse: collapse;}\n\
.summary {border:1px solid;}\n\
th {border: 1px solid black;background:#222;color:white;}\n\
- td {font: 16px "Times New Roman";text-align: center;}\n\
+ td {font: 14px "Times New Roman";text-align: center;}\n\
tr.head td {border: 1px solid black;background:#aaa;}\n\
tr.alt {background-color:#ddd;}\n\
tr.notice {color:red;}\n\
@@ -3521,7 +3562,7 @@ def createHTMLSummarySimple(testruns, htmlfile, folder):
iMin, iMed, iMax = [0, 0], [0, 0], [0, 0]
num = 0
lastmode = ''
- cnt = {'pass':0, 'fail':0, 'hang':0}
+ cnt = dict()
for data in sorted(testruns, key=lambda v:(v['mode'], v['host'], v['kernel'], v['time'])):
mode = data['mode']
if mode not in list:
@@ -3541,10 +3582,14 @@ def createHTMLSummarySimple(testruns, htmlfile, folder):
tVal = [float(data['suspend']), float(data['resume'])]
list[mode]['data'].append([data['host'], data['kernel'],
data['time'], tVal[0], tVal[1], data['url'], data['result'],
- data['issues']])
+ data['issues'], data['sus_worst'], data['sus_worsttime'],
+ data['res_worst'], data['res_worsttime']])
idx = len(list[mode]['data']) - 1
+ if data['result'] not in cnt:
+ cnt[data['result']] = 1
+ else:
+ cnt[data['result']] += 1
if data['result'] == 'pass':
- cnt['pass'] += 1
for i in range(2):
tMed[i].append(tVal[i])
tAvg[i] += tVal[i]
@@ -3555,10 +3600,6 @@ def createHTMLSummarySimple(testruns, htmlfile, folder):
iMax[i] = idx
tMax[i] = tVal[i]
num += 1
- elif data['result'] == 'hang':
- cnt['hang'] += 1
- elif data['result'] == 'fail':
- cnt['fail'] += 1
lastmode = mode
if lastmode and num > 0:
for i in range(2):
@@ -3575,7 +3616,7 @@ def createHTMLSummarySimple(testruns, htmlfile, folder):
for ilk in sorted(cnt, reverse=True):
if cnt[ilk] > 0:
desc.append('%d %s' % (cnt[ilk], ilk))
- html += '<div class="stamp">%s (%d tests: %s)</div>\n' % (folder, len(testruns), ', '.join(desc))
+ html += '<div class="stamp">%s (%d tests: %s)</div>\n' % (title, len(testruns), ', '.join(desc))
th = '\t<th>{0}</th>\n'
td = '\t<td>{0}</td>\n'
tdh = '\t<td{1}>{0}</td>\n'
@@ -3585,11 +3626,14 @@ def createHTMLSummarySimple(testruns, htmlfile, folder):
html += '<table class="summary">\n<tr>\n' + th.format('#') +\
th.format('Mode') + th.format('Host') + th.format('Kernel') +\
th.format('Test Time') + th.format('Result') + th.format('Issues') +\
- th.format('Suspend') + th.format('Resume') + th.format('Detail') + '</tr>\n'
+ th.format('Suspend') + th.format('Resume') +\
+ th.format('Worst Suspend Device') + th.format('SD Time') +\
+ th.format('Worst Resume Device') + th.format('RD Time') +\
+ th.format('Detail') + '</tr>\n'
# export list into html
head = '<tr class="head"><td>{0}</td><td>{1}</td>'+\
- '<td colspan=8 class="sus">Suspend Avg={2} '+\
+ '<td colspan=12 class="sus">Suspend Avg={2} '+\
'<span class=minval><a href="#s{10}min">Min={3}</a></span> '+\
'<span class=medval><a href="#s{10}med">Med={4}</a></span> '+\
'<span class=maxval><a href="#s{10}max">Max={5}</a></span> '+\
@@ -3598,7 +3642,7 @@ def createHTMLSummarySimple(testruns, htmlfile, folder):
'<span class=medval><a href="#r{10}med">Med={8}</a></span> '+\
'<span class=maxval><a href="#r{10}max">Max={9}</a></span></td>'+\
'</tr>\n'
- headnone = '<tr class="head"><td>{0}</td><td>{1}</td><td colspan=8></td></tr>\n'
+ headnone = '<tr class="head"><td>{0}</td><td>{1}</td><td colspan=12></td></tr>\n'
for mode in list:
# header line for each suspend mode
num = 0
@@ -3641,6 +3685,10 @@ def createHTMLSummarySimple(testruns, htmlfile, folder):
html += td.format(d[7]) # issues
html += tdh.format('%.3f ms' % d[3], tHigh[0]) if d[3] else td.format('') # suspend
html += tdh.format('%.3f ms' % d[4], tHigh[1]) if d[4] else td.format('') # resume
+ html += td.format(d[8]) # sus_worst
+ html += td.format('%.3f ms' % d[9]) if d[9] else td.format('') # sus_worst time
+ html += td.format(d[10]) # res_worst
+ html += td.format('%.3f ms' % d[11]) if d[11] else td.format('') # res_worst time
html += tdlink.format(d[5]) if d[5] else td.format('') # url
html += '</tr>\n'
num += 1
@@ -3670,14 +3718,15 @@ def ordinal(value):
# True if the html file was created, false if it failed
def createHTML(testruns, testfail):
if len(testruns) < 1:
- print('ERROR: Not enough test data to build a timeline')
+ pprint('ERROR: Not enough test data to build a timeline')
return
kerror = False
for data in testruns:
if data.kerror:
kerror = True
- data.normalizeTime(testruns[-1].tSuspended)
+ if(sysvals.suspendmode in ['freeze', 'standby']):
+ data.trimFreezeTime(testruns[-1].tSuspended)
# html function templates
html_error = '<div id="{1}" title="kernel error/warning" class="err" style="right:{0}%">{2}&rarr;</div>\n'
@@ -3721,8 +3770,8 @@ def createHTML(testruns, testfail):
sktime, rktime = data.getTimeValues()
if(tTotal == 0):
doError('No timeline data')
- if(data.tLow > 0):
- low_time = '%.0f'%(data.tLow*1000)
+ if(len(data.tLow) > 0):
+ low_time = '|'.join(data.tLow)
if sysvals.suspendmode == 'command':
run_time = '%.0f'%((data.end-data.start)*1000)
if sysvals.testcommand:
@@ -3743,7 +3792,7 @@ def createHTML(testruns, testfail):
if(len(testruns) > 1):
testdesc1 = testdesc2 = ordinal(data.testnumber+1)
testdesc2 += ' '
- if(data.tLow == 0):
+ if(len(data.tLow) == 0):
thtml = html_timetotal.format(suspend_time, \
resume_time, testdesc1, stitle, rtitle)
else:
@@ -3762,7 +3811,7 @@ def createHTML(testruns, testfail):
rtitle = 'time from firmware mode to return from kernel enter_state(%s) [kernel time only]' % sysvals.suspendmode
if(len(testruns) > 1):
testdesc = ordinal(data.testnumber+1)+' '+testdesc
- if(data.tLow == 0):
+ if(len(data.tLow) == 0):
thtml = html_timetotal.format(suspend_time, \
resume_time, testdesc, stitle, rtitle)
else:
@@ -3820,15 +3869,14 @@ def createHTML(testruns, testfail):
# draw the full timeline
devtl.createZoomBox(sysvals.suspendmode, len(testruns))
- phases = {'suspend':[],'resume':[]}
- for phase in data.dmesg:
- if 'resume' in phase:
- phases['resume'].append(phase)
- else:
- phases['suspend'].append(phase)
-
- # draw each test run chronologically
for data in testruns:
+ # draw each test run and block chronologically
+ phases = {'suspend':[],'resume':[]}
+ for phase in data.sortedPhases():
+ if data.dmesg[phase]['start'] >= data.tSuspended:
+ phases['resume'].append(phase)
+ else:
+ phases['suspend'].append(phase)
# now draw the actual timeline blocks
for dir in phases:
# draw suspend and resume blocks separately
@@ -3850,7 +3898,7 @@ def createHTML(testruns, testfail):
continue
width = '%f' % (((mTotal*100.0)-sysvals.srgap/2)/tTotal)
devtl.html += devtl.html_tblock.format(bname, left, width, devtl.scaleH)
- for b in sorted(phases[dir]):
+ for b in phases[dir]:
# draw the phase color background
phase = data.dmesg[b]
length = phase['end']-phase['start']
@@ -3865,7 +3913,7 @@ def createHTML(testruns, testfail):
id = '%d_%d' % (idx1, idx2)
right = '%f' % (((mMax-t)*100.0)/mTotal)
devtl.html += html_error.format(right, id, type)
- for b in sorted(phases[dir]):
+ for b in phases[dir]:
# draw the devices for this phase
phaselist = data.dmesg[b]['list']
for d in data.tdevlist[b]:
@@ -3942,19 +3990,17 @@ def createHTML(testruns, testfail):
# draw a legend which describes the phases by color
if sysvals.suspendmode != 'command':
- data = testruns[-1]
+ phasedef = testruns[-1].phasedef
devtl.html += '<div class="legend">\n'
- pdelta = 100.0/len(data.phases)
+ pdelta = 100.0/len(phasedef.keys())
pmargin = pdelta / 4.0
- for phase in data.phases:
- tmp = phase.split('_')
- id = tmp[0][0]
- if(len(tmp) > 1):
- id += tmp[1][0]
- order = '%.2f' % ((data.dmesg[phase]['order'] * pdelta) + pmargin)
+ for phase in sorted(phasedef, key=lambda k:phasedef[k]['order']):
+ id, p = '', phasedef[phase]
+ for word in phase.split('_'):
+ id += word[0]
+ order = '%.2f' % ((p['order'] * pdelta) + pmargin)
name = string.replace(phase, '_', ' &nbsp;')
- devtl.html += devtl.html_legend.format(order, \
- data.dmesg[phase]['color'], name, id)
+ devtl.html += devtl.html_legend.format(order, p['color'], name, id)
devtl.html += '</div>\n'
hf = open(sysvals.htmlfile, 'w')
@@ -3970,7 +4016,7 @@ def createHTML(testruns, testfail):
pscolor = 'linear-gradient(to top left, #ccc, #eee)'
hf.write(devtl.html_phaselet.format('pre_suspend_process', \
'0', '0', pscolor))
- for b in data.phases:
+ for b in data.sortedPhases():
phase = data.dmesg[b]
length = phase['end']-phase['start']
left = '%.3f' % (((phase['start']-t0)*100.0)/tTotal)
@@ -4522,18 +4568,18 @@ def setRuntimeSuspend(before=True):
sv.rstgt, sv.rsval, sv.rsdir = 'on', 'auto', 'enabled'
else:
sv.rstgt, sv.rsval, sv.rsdir = 'auto', 'on', 'disabled'
- print('CONFIGURING RUNTIME SUSPEND...')
+ pprint('CONFIGURING RUNTIME SUSPEND...')
sv.rslist = deviceInfo(sv.rstgt)
for i in sv.rslist:
sv.setVal(sv.rsval, i)
- print('runtime suspend %s on all devices (%d changed)' % (sv.rsdir, len(sv.rslist)))
- print('waiting 5 seconds...')
+ pprint('runtime suspend %s on all devices (%d changed)' % (sv.rsdir, len(sv.rslist)))
+ pprint('waiting 5 seconds...')
time.sleep(5)
else:
# runtime suspend re-enable or re-disable
for i in sv.rslist:
sv.setVal(sv.rstgt, i)
- print('runtime suspend settings restored on %d devices' % len(sv.rslist))
+ pprint('runtime suspend settings restored on %d devices' % len(sv.rslist))
# Function: executeSuspend
# Description:
@@ -4542,25 +4588,21 @@ def setRuntimeSuspend(before=True):
def executeSuspend():
pm = ProcessMonitor()
tp = sysvals.tpath
- fwdata = []
+ testdata = []
+ battery = True if getBattery() else False
# run these commands to prepare the system for suspend
if sysvals.display:
- if sysvals.display > 0:
- print('TURN DISPLAY ON')
- call('xset -d :0.0 dpms force suspend', shell=True)
- call('xset -d :0.0 dpms force on', shell=True)
- else:
- print('TURN DISPLAY OFF')
- call('xset -d :0.0 dpms force suspend', shell=True)
+ pprint('SET DISPLAY TO %s' % sysvals.display.upper())
+ displayControl(sysvals.display)
time.sleep(1)
if sysvals.sync:
- print('SYNCING FILESYSTEMS')
+ pprint('SYNCING FILESYSTEMS')
call('sync', shell=True)
# mark the start point in the kernel ring buffer just as we start
sysvals.initdmesg()
# start ftrace
if(sysvals.usecallgraph or sysvals.usetraceevents):
- print('START TRACING')
+ pprint('START TRACING')
sysvals.fsetVal('1', 'tracing_on')
if sysvals.useprocmon:
pm.start()
@@ -4573,15 +4615,16 @@ def executeSuspend():
sysvals.fsetVal('WAIT END', 'trace_marker')
# start message
if sysvals.testcommand != '':
- print('COMMAND START')
+ pprint('COMMAND START')
else:
if(sysvals.rtcwake):
- print('SUSPEND START')
+ pprint('SUSPEND START')
else:
- print('SUSPEND START (press a key to resume)')
+ pprint('SUSPEND START (press a key to resume)')
+ bat1 = getBattery() if battery else False
# set rtcwake
if(sysvals.rtcwake):
- print('will issue an rtcwake in %d seconds' % sysvals.rtcwaketime)
+ pprint('will issue an rtcwake in %d seconds' % sysvals.rtcwaketime)
sysvals.rtcWakeAlarmOn()
# start of suspend trace marker
if(sysvals.usecallgraph or sysvals.usetraceevents):
@@ -4592,8 +4635,11 @@ def executeSuspend():
time.sleep(sysvals.predelay/1000.0)
sysvals.fsetVal('WAIT END', 'trace_marker')
# initiate suspend or command
+ tdata = {'error': ''}
if sysvals.testcommand != '':
- call(sysvals.testcommand+' 2>&1', shell=True);
+ res = call(sysvals.testcommand+' 2>&1', shell=True);
+ if res != 0:
+ tdata['error'] = 'cmd returned %d' % res
else:
mode = sysvals.suspendmode
if sysvals.memmode and os.path.exists(sysvals.mempowerfile):
@@ -4601,13 +4647,18 @@ def executeSuspend():
pf = open(sysvals.mempowerfile, 'w')
pf.write(sysvals.memmode)
pf.close()
+ if sysvals.diskmode and os.path.exists(sysvals.diskpowerfile):
+ mode = 'disk'
+ pf = open(sysvals.diskpowerfile, 'w')
+ pf.write(sysvals.diskmode)
+ pf.close()
pf = open(sysvals.powerfile, 'w')
pf.write(mode)
# execution will pause here
try:
pf.close()
- except:
- pass
+ except Exception as e:
+ tdata['error'] = str(e)
if(sysvals.rtcwake):
sysvals.rtcWakeAlarmOff()
# postdelay delay
@@ -4616,27 +4667,33 @@ def executeSuspend():
time.sleep(sysvals.postdelay/1000.0)
sysvals.fsetVal('WAIT END', 'trace_marker')
# return from suspend
- print('RESUME COMPLETE')
+ pprint('RESUME COMPLETE')
if(sysvals.usecallgraph or sysvals.usetraceevents):
sysvals.fsetVal('RESUME COMPLETE', 'trace_marker')
if(sysvals.suspendmode == 'mem' or sysvals.suspendmode == 'command'):
- fwdata.append(getFPDT(False))
+ tdata['fw'] = getFPDT(False)
+ bat2 = getBattery() if battery else False
+ if battery and bat1 and bat2:
+ tdata['bat'] = (bat1, bat2)
+ testdata.append(tdata)
# stop ftrace
if(sysvals.usecallgraph or sysvals.usetraceevents):
if sysvals.useprocmon:
pm.stop()
sysvals.fsetVal('0', 'tracing_on')
- print('CAPTURING TRACE')
- op = sysvals.writeDatafileHeader(sysvals.ftracefile, fwdata)
+ # grab a copy of the dmesg output
+ pprint('CAPTURING DMESG')
+ sysvals.getdmesg(testdata)
+ # grab a copy of the ftrace output
+ if(sysvals.usecallgraph or sysvals.usetraceevents):
+ pprint('CAPTURING TRACE')
+ op = sysvals.writeDatafileHeader(sysvals.ftracefile, testdata)
fp = open(tp+'trace', 'r')
for line in fp:
op.write(line)
op.close()
sysvals.fsetVal('', 'trace')
devProps()
- # grab a copy of the dmesg output
- print('CAPTURING DMESG')
- sysvals.getdmesg(fwdata)
def readFile(file):
if os.path.islink(file):
@@ -4673,15 +4730,15 @@ def yesno(val):
# a list of USB device names to sysvals for better timeline readability
def deviceInfo(output=''):
if not output:
- print('LEGEND')
- print('---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------')
- print(' A = async/sync PM queue (A/S) C = runtime active children')
- print(' R = runtime suspend enabled/disabled (E/D) rACTIVE = runtime active (min/sec)')
- print(' S = runtime status active/suspended (A/S) rSUSPEND = runtime suspend (min/sec)')
- print(' U = runtime usage count')
- print('---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------')
- print('DEVICE NAME A R S U C rACTIVE rSUSPEND')
- print('---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------')
+ pprint('LEGEND\n'\
+ '---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------\n'\
+ ' A = async/sync PM queue (A/S) C = runtime active children\n'\
+ ' R = runtime suspend enabled/disabled (E/D) rACTIVE = runtime active (min/sec)\n'\
+ ' S = runtime status active/suspended (A/S) rSUSPEND = runtime suspend (min/sec)\n'\
+ ' U = runtime usage count\n'\
+ '---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------\n'\
+ 'DEVICE NAME A R S U C rACTIVE rSUSPEND\n'\
+ '---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------')
res = []
tgtval = 'runtime_status'
@@ -4766,7 +4823,7 @@ def devProps(data=0):
alreadystamped = True
continue
# determine the trace data type (required for further parsing)
- m = re.match(sysvals.tracertypefmt, line)
+ m = re.match(tp.tracertypefmt, line)
if(m):
tp.setTracerType(m.group('t'))
continue
@@ -4870,6 +4927,11 @@ def getModes():
fp.close()
if 'mem' in modes and not deep:
modes.remove('mem')
+ if('disk' in modes and os.path.exists(sysvals.diskpowerfile)):
+ fp = open(sysvals.diskpowerfile, 'r')
+ for m in string.split(fp.read()):
+ modes.append('disk-%s' % m.strip('[]'))
+ fp.close()
return modes
# Function: dmidecode
@@ -4994,8 +5056,9 @@ def dmidecode(mempath, fatal=False):
return out
def getBattery():
- p = '/sys/class/power_supply'
- bat = dict()
+ p, charge, bat = '/sys/class/power_supply', 0, {}
+ if not os.path.exists(p):
+ return False
for d in os.listdir(p):
type = sysvals.getVal(os.path.join(p, d, 'type')).strip().lower()
if type != 'battery':
@@ -5003,15 +5066,47 @@ def getBattery():
for v in ['status', 'energy_now', 'capacity_now']:
bat[v] = sysvals.getVal(os.path.join(p, d, v)).strip().lower()
break
- ac = True
- if 'status' in bat and 'discharging' in bat['status']:
- ac = False
- charge = 0
+ if 'status' not in bat:
+ return False
+ ac = False if 'discharging' in bat['status'] else True
for v in ['energy_now', 'capacity_now']:
if v in bat and bat[v]:
charge = int(bat[v])
return (ac, charge)
+def displayControl(cmd):
+ xset, ret = 'xset -d :0.0 {0}', 0
+ if sysvals.sudouser:
+ xset = 'sudo -u %s %s' % (sysvals.sudouser, xset)
+ if cmd == 'init':
+ ret = call(xset.format('dpms 0 0 0'), shell=True)
+ if not ret:
+ ret = call(xset.format('s off'), shell=True)
+ elif cmd == 'reset':
+ ret = call(xset.format('s reset'), shell=True)
+ elif cmd in ['on', 'off', 'standby', 'suspend']:
+ b4 = displayControl('stat')
+ ret = call(xset.format('dpms force %s' % cmd), shell=True)
+ if not ret:
+ curr = displayControl('stat')
+ sysvals.vprint('Display Switched: %s -> %s' % (b4, curr))
+ if curr != cmd:
+ sysvals.vprint('WARNING: Display failed to change to %s' % cmd)
+ if ret:
+ sysvals.vprint('WARNING: Display failed to change to %s with xset' % cmd)
+ return ret
+ elif cmd == 'stat':
+ fp = Popen(xset.format('q').split(' '), stdout=PIPE).stdout
+ ret = 'unknown'
+ for line in fp:
+ m = re.match('[\s]*Monitor is (?P<m>.*)', line)
+ if(m and len(m.group('m')) >= 2):
+ out = m.group('m').lower()
+ ret = out[3:] if out[0:2] == 'in' else out
+ break
+ fp.close()
+ return ret
+
# Function: getFPDT
# Description:
# Read the acpi bios tables and pull out FPDT, the firmware data
@@ -5055,18 +5150,19 @@ def getFPDT(output):
table = struct.unpack('4sIBB6s8sI4sI', buf[0:36])
if(output):
- print('')
- print('Firmware Performance Data Table (%s)' % table[0])
- print(' Signature : %s' % table[0])
- print(' Table Length : %u' % table[1])
- print(' Revision : %u' % table[2])
- print(' Checksum : 0x%x' % table[3])
- print(' OEM ID : %s' % table[4])
- print(' OEM Table ID : %s' % table[5])
- print(' OEM Revision : %u' % table[6])
- print(' Creator ID : %s' % table[7])
- print(' Creator Revision : 0x%x' % table[8])
- print('')
+ pprint('\n'\
+ 'Firmware Performance Data Table (%s)\n'\
+ ' Signature : %s\n'\
+ ' Table Length : %u\n'\
+ ' Revision : %u\n'\
+ ' Checksum : 0x%x\n'\
+ ' OEM ID : %s\n'\
+ ' OEM Table ID : %s\n'\
+ ' OEM Revision : %u\n'\
+ ' Creator ID : %s\n'\
+ ' Creator Revision : 0x%x\n'\
+ '' % (table[0], table[0], table[1], table[2], table[3],
+ table[4], table[5], table[6], table[7], table[8]))
if(table[0] != 'FPDT'):
if(output):
@@ -5092,22 +5188,24 @@ def getFPDT(output):
first = fp.read(8)
except:
if(output):
- print('Bad address 0x%x in %s' % (addr, sysvals.mempath))
+ pprint('Bad address 0x%x in %s' % (addr, sysvals.mempath))
return [0, 0]
rechead = struct.unpack('4sI', first)
recdata = fp.read(rechead[1]-8)
if(rechead[0] == 'FBPT'):
record = struct.unpack('HBBIQQQQQ', recdata)
if(output):
- print('%s (%s)' % (rectype[header[0]], rechead[0]))
- print(' Reset END : %u ns' % record[4])
- print(' OS Loader LoadImage Start : %u ns' % record[5])
- print(' OS Loader StartImage Start : %u ns' % record[6])
- print(' ExitBootServices Entry : %u ns' % record[7])
- print(' ExitBootServices Exit : %u ns' % record[8])
+ pprint('%s (%s)\n'\
+ ' Reset END : %u ns\n'\
+ ' OS Loader LoadImage Start : %u ns\n'\
+ ' OS Loader StartImage Start : %u ns\n'\
+ ' ExitBootServices Entry : %u ns\n'\
+ ' ExitBootServices Exit : %u ns'\
+ '' % (rectype[header[0]], rechead[0], record[4], record[5],
+ record[6], record[7], record[8]))
elif(rechead[0] == 'S3PT'):
if(output):
- print('%s (%s)' % (rectype[header[0]], rechead[0]))
+ pprint('%s (%s)' % (rectype[header[0]], rechead[0]))
j = 0
while(j < len(recdata)):
prechead = struct.unpack('HBB', recdata[j:j+4])
@@ -5117,27 +5215,26 @@ def getFPDT(output):
record = struct.unpack('IIQQ', recdata[j:j+prechead[1]])
fwData[1] = record[2]
if(output):
- print(' %s' % prectype[prechead[0]])
- print(' Resume Count : %u' % \
- record[1])
- print(' FullResume : %u ns' % \
- record[2])
- print(' AverageResume : %u ns' % \
- record[3])
+ pprint(' %s\n'\
+ ' Resume Count : %u\n'\
+ ' FullResume : %u ns\n'\
+ ' AverageResume : %u ns'\
+ '' % (prectype[prechead[0]], record[1],
+ record[2], record[3]))
elif(prechead[0] == 1):
record = struct.unpack('QQ', recdata[j+4:j+prechead[1]])
fwData[0] = record[1] - record[0]
if(output):
- print(' %s' % prectype[prechead[0]])
- print(' SuspendStart : %u ns' % \
- record[0])
- print(' SuspendEnd : %u ns' % \
- record[1])
- print(' SuspendTime : %u ns' % \
- fwData[0])
+ pprint(' %s\n'\
+ ' SuspendStart : %u ns\n'\
+ ' SuspendEnd : %u ns\n'\
+ ' SuspendTime : %u ns'\
+ '' % (prectype[prechead[0]], record[0],
+ record[1], fwData[0]))
+
j += prechead[1]
if(output):
- print('')
+ pprint('')
i += header[1]
fp.close()
return fwData
@@ -5149,26 +5246,26 @@ def getFPDT(output):
# Output:
# True if the test will work, False if not
def statusCheck(probecheck=False):
- status = True
+ status = ''
- print('Checking this system (%s)...' % platform.node())
+ pprint('Checking this system (%s)...' % platform.node())
# check we have root access
res = sysvals.colorText('NO (No features of this tool will work!)')
if(sysvals.rootCheck(False)):
res = 'YES'
- print(' have root access: %s' % res)
+ pprint(' have root access: %s' % res)
if(res != 'YES'):
- print(' Try running this script with sudo')
- return False
+ pprint(' Try running this script with sudo')
+ return 'missing root access'
# check sysfs is mounted
res = sysvals.colorText('NO (No features of this tool will work!)')
if(os.path.exists(sysvals.powerfile)):
res = 'YES'
- print(' is sysfs mounted: %s' % res)
+ pprint(' is sysfs mounted: %s' % res)
if(res != 'YES'):
- return False
+ return 'sysfs is missing'
# check target mode is a valid mode
if sysvals.suspendmode != 'command':
@@ -5177,11 +5274,11 @@ def statusCheck(probecheck=False):
if(sysvals.suspendmode in modes):
res = 'YES'
else:
- status = False
- print(' is "%s" a valid power mode: %s' % (sysvals.suspendmode, res))
+ status = '%s mode is not supported' % sysvals.suspendmode
+ pprint(' is "%s" a valid power mode: %s' % (sysvals.suspendmode, res))
if(res == 'NO'):
- print(' valid power modes are: %s' % modes)
- print(' please choose one with -m')
+ pprint(' valid power modes are: %s' % modes)
+ pprint(' please choose one with -m')
# check if ftrace is available
res = sysvals.colorText('NO')
@@ -5189,8 +5286,8 @@ def statusCheck(probecheck=False):
if(ftgood):
res = 'YES'
elif(sysvals.usecallgraph):
- status = False
- print(' is ftrace supported: %s' % res)
+ status = 'ftrace is not properly supported'
+ pprint(' is ftrace supported: %s' % res)
# check if kprobes are available
res = sysvals.colorText('NO')
@@ -5199,7 +5296,7 @@ def statusCheck(probecheck=False):
res = 'YES'
else:
sysvals.usedevsrc = False
- print(' are kprobes supported: %s' % res)
+ pprint(' are kprobes supported: %s' % res)
# what data source are we using
res = 'DMESG'
@@ -5210,15 +5307,15 @@ def statusCheck(probecheck=False):
sysvals.usetraceevents = False
if(sysvals.usetraceevents):
res = 'FTRACE (all trace events found)'
- print(' timeline data source: %s' % res)
+ pprint(' timeline data source: %s' % res)
# check if rtcwake
res = sysvals.colorText('NO')
if(sysvals.rtcpath != ''):
res = 'YES'
elif(sysvals.rtcwake):
- status = False
- print(' is rtcwake supported: %s' % res)
+ status = 'rtcwake is not properly supported'
+ pprint(' is rtcwake supported: %s' % res)
if not probecheck:
return status
@@ -5243,9 +5340,9 @@ def statusCheck(probecheck=False):
def doError(msg, help=False):
if(help == True):
printHelp()
- print('ERROR: %s\n') % msg
+ pprint('ERROR: %s\n' % msg)
sysvals.outputResult({'error':msg})
- sys.exit()
+ sys.exit(1)
# Function: getArgInt
# Description:
@@ -5286,7 +5383,7 @@ def getArgFloat(name, args, min, max, main=True):
return val
def processData(live=False):
- print('PROCESSING DATA')
+ pprint('PROCESSING DATA')
error = ''
if(sysvals.usetraceevents):
testruns, error = parseTraceLog(live)
@@ -5301,16 +5398,22 @@ def processData(live=False):
appendIncompleteTraceLog(testruns)
sysvals.vprint('Command:\n %s' % sysvals.cmdline)
for data in testruns:
+ if data.battery:
+ a1, c1, a2, c2 = data.battery
+ s = 'Battery:\n Before - AC: %s, Charge: %d\n After - AC: %s, Charge: %d' % \
+ (a1, int(c1), a2, int(c2))
+ sysvals.vprint(s)
data.printDetails()
if sysvals.cgdump:
for data in testruns:
data.debugPrint()
- sys.exit()
+ sys.exit(0)
if len(testruns) < 1:
+ pprint('ERROR: Not enough test data to build a timeline')
return (testruns, {'error': 'timeline generation failed'})
sysvals.vprint('Creating the html timeline (%s)...' % sysvals.htmlfile)
createHTML(testruns, error)
- print('DONE')
+ pprint('DONE')
data = testruns[0]
stamp = data.stamp
stamp['suspend'], stamp['resume'] = data.getTimeValues()
@@ -5335,6 +5438,7 @@ def rerunTest():
elif not os.access(sysvals.htmlfile, os.W_OK):
doError('missing permission to write to %s' % sysvals.htmlfile)
testruns, stamp = processData(False)
+ sysvals.logmsg = ''
return stamp
# Function: runTest
@@ -5349,13 +5453,16 @@ def runTest(n=0):
executeSuspend()
sysvals.cleanupFtrace()
if sysvals.skiphtml:
- sysvals.sudouser(sysvals.testdir)
+ sysvals.sudoUserchown(sysvals.testdir)
return
testruns, stamp = processData(True)
for data in testruns:
del data
- sysvals.sudouser(sysvals.testdir)
+ sysvals.sudoUserchown(sysvals.testdir)
sysvals.outputResult(stamp, n)
+ if 'error' in stamp:
+ return 2
+ return 0
def find_in_html(html, start, end, firstonly=True):
n, out = 0, []
@@ -5380,15 +5487,87 @@ def find_in_html(html, start, end, firstonly=True):
return ''
return out
+def data_from_html(file, outpath, devlist=False):
+ html = open(file, 'r').read()
+ suspend = find_in_html(html, 'Kernel Suspend', 'ms')
+ resume = find_in_html(html, 'Kernel Resume', 'ms')
+ line = find_in_html(html, '<div class="stamp">', '</div>')
+ stmp = line.split()
+ if not suspend or not resume or len(stmp) != 8:
+ return False
+ try:
+ dt = datetime.strptime(' '.join(stmp[3:]), '%B %d %Y, %I:%M:%S %p')
+ except:
+ return False
+ tstr = dt.strftime('%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S')
+ error = find_in_html(html, '<table class="testfail"><tr><td>', '</td>')
+ if error:
+ m = re.match('[a-z]* failed in (?P<p>[a-z0-9_]*) phase', error)
+ if m:
+ result = 'fail in %s' % m.group('p')
+ else:
+ result = 'fail'
+ else:
+ result = 'pass'
+ ilist = []
+ e = find_in_html(html, 'class="err"[\w=":;\.%\- ]*>', '&rarr;</div>', False)
+ for i in list(set(e)):
+ ilist.append('%sx%d' % (i, e.count(i)) if e.count(i) > 1 else i)
+ low = find_in_html(html, 'freeze time: <b>', ' ms</b>')
+ if low and '|' in low:
+ ilist.append('FREEZEx%d' % len(low.split('|')))
+ devices = dict()
+ for line in html.split('\n'):
+ m = re.match(' *<div id=\"[a,0-9]*\" *title=\"(?P<title>.*)\" class=\"thread.*', line)
+ if not m or 'thread kth' in line or 'thread sec' in line:
+ continue
+ m = re.match('(?P<n>.*) \((?P<t>[0-9,\.]*) ms\) (?P<p>.*)', m.group('title'))
+ if not m:
+ continue
+ name, time, phase = m.group('n'), m.group('t'), m.group('p')
+ if ' async' in name or ' sync' in name:
+ name = ' '.join(name.split(' ')[:-1])
+ d = phase.split('_')[0]
+ if d not in devices:
+ devices[d] = dict()
+ if name not in devices[d]:
+ devices[d][name] = 0.0
+ devices[d][name] += float(time)
+ worst = {'suspend': {'name':'', 'time': 0.0},
+ 'resume': {'name':'', 'time': 0.0}}
+ for d in devices:
+ if d not in worst:
+ worst[d] = dict()
+ dev = devices[d]
+ if len(dev.keys()) > 0:
+ n = sorted(dev, key=dev.get, reverse=True)[0]
+ worst[d]['name'], worst[d]['time'] = n, dev[n]
+ data = {
+ 'mode': stmp[2],
+ 'host': stmp[0],
+ 'kernel': stmp[1],
+ 'time': tstr,
+ 'result': result,
+ 'issues': ' '.join(ilist),
+ 'suspend': suspend,
+ 'resume': resume,
+ 'sus_worst': worst['suspend']['name'],
+ 'sus_worsttime': worst['suspend']['time'],
+ 'res_worst': worst['resume']['name'],
+ 'res_worsttime': worst['resume']['time'],
+ 'url': os.path.relpath(file, outpath),
+ }
+ if devlist:
+ data['devlist'] = devices
+ return data
+
# Function: runSummary
# Description:
# create a summary of tests in a sub-directory
def runSummary(subdir, local=True, genhtml=False):
inpath = os.path.abspath(subdir)
- outpath = inpath
- if local:
- outpath = os.path.abspath('.')
- print('Generating a summary of folder "%s"' % inpath)
+ outpath = os.path.abspath('.') if local else inpath
+ pprint('Generating a summary of folder "%s"' % inpath)
if genhtml:
for dirname, dirnames, filenames in os.walk(subdir):
sysvals.dmesgfile = sysvals.ftracefile = sysvals.htmlfile = ''
@@ -5400,49 +5579,30 @@ def runSummary(subdir, local=True, genhtml=False):
sysvals.setOutputFile()
if sysvals.ftracefile and sysvals.htmlfile and \
not os.path.exists(sysvals.htmlfile):
- print('FTRACE: %s' % sysvals.ftracefile)
+ pprint('FTRACE: %s' % sysvals.ftracefile)
if sysvals.dmesgfile:
- print('DMESG : %s' % sysvals.dmesgfile)
+ pprint('DMESG : %s' % sysvals.dmesgfile)
rerunTest()
testruns = []
+ desc = {'host':[],'mode':[],'kernel':[]}
for dirname, dirnames, filenames in os.walk(subdir):
for filename in filenames:
if(not re.match('.*.html', filename)):
continue
- file = os.path.join(dirname, filename)
- html = open(file, 'r').read()
- suspend = find_in_html(html, 'Kernel Suspend', 'ms')
- resume = find_in_html(html, 'Kernel Resume', 'ms')
- line = find_in_html(html, '<div class="stamp">', '</div>')
- stmp = line.split()
- if not suspend or not resume or len(stmp) != 8:
+ data = data_from_html(os.path.join(dirname, filename), outpath)
+ if(not data):
continue
- try:
- dt = datetime.strptime(' '.join(stmp[3:]), '%B %d %Y, %I:%M:%S %p')
- except:
- continue
- tstr = dt.strftime('%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S')
- error = find_in_html(html, '<table class="testfail"><tr><td>', '</td>')
- result = 'fail' if error else 'pass'
- ilist = []
- e = find_in_html(html, 'class="err"[\w=":;\.%\- ]*>', '&rarr;</div>', False)
- for i in list(set(e)):
- ilist.append('%sx%d' % (i, e.count(i)) if e.count(i) > 1 else i)
- data = {
- 'mode': stmp[2],
- 'host': stmp[0],
- 'kernel': stmp[1],
- 'time': tstr,
- 'result': result,
- 'issues': ','.join(ilist),
- 'suspend': suspend,
- 'resume': resume,
- 'url': os.path.relpath(file, outpath),
- }
testruns.append(data)
+ for key in desc:
+ if data[key] not in desc[key]:
+ desc[key].append(data[key])
outfile = os.path.join(outpath, 'summary.html')
- print('Summary file: %s' % outfile)
- createHTMLSummarySimple(testruns, outfile, inpath)
+ pprint('Summary file: %s' % outfile)
+ if len(desc['host']) == len(desc['mode']) == len(desc['kernel']) == 1:
+ title = '%s %s %s' % (desc['host'][0], desc['kernel'][0], desc['mode'][0])
+ else:
+ title = inpath
+ createHTMLSummarySimple(testruns, outfile, title)
# Function: checkArgBool
# Description:
@@ -5499,13 +5659,10 @@ def configFromFile(file):
else:
doError('invalid value --> (%s: %s), use "enable/disable"' % (option, value), True)
elif(option == 'display'):
- if value in switchvalues:
- if value in switchoff:
- sysvals.display = -1
- else:
- sysvals.display = 1
- else:
- doError('invalid value --> (%s: %s), use "on/off"' % (option, value), True)
+ disopt = ['on', 'off', 'standby', 'suspend']
+ if value not in disopt:
+ doError('invalid value --> (%s: %s), use %s' % (option, value, disopt), True)
+ sysvals.display = value
elif(option == 'gzip'):
sysvals.gzip = checkArgBool(option, value)
elif(option == 'cgfilter'):
@@ -5521,9 +5678,9 @@ def configFromFile(file):
sysvals.cgtest = getArgInt('cgtest', value, 0, 1, False)
elif(option == 'cgphase'):
d = Data(0)
- if value not in d.phases:
+ if value not in d.sortedPhases():
doError('invalid phase --> (%s: %s), valid phases are %s'\
- % (option, value, d.phases), True)
+ % (option, value, d.sortedPhases()), True)
sysvals.cgphase = value
elif(option == 'fadd'):
file = sysvals.configFile(value)
@@ -5660,84 +5817,86 @@ def configFromFile(file):
# Description:
# print out the help text
def printHelp():
- print('')
- print('%s v%s' % (sysvals.title, sysvals.version))
- print('Usage: sudo sleepgraph <options> <commands>')
- print('')
- print('Description:')
- print(' This tool is designed to assist kernel and OS developers in optimizing')
- print(' their linux stack\'s suspend/resume time. Using a kernel image built')
- print(' with a few extra options enabled, the tool will execute a suspend and')
- print(' capture dmesg and ftrace data until resume is complete. This data is')
- print(' transformed into a device timeline and an optional callgraph to give')
- print(' a detailed view of which devices/subsystems are taking the most')
- print(' time in suspend/resume.')
- print('')
- print(' If no specific command is given, the default behavior is to initiate')
- print(' a suspend/resume and capture the dmesg/ftrace output as an html timeline.')
- print('')
- print(' Generates output files in subdirectory: suspend-yymmdd-HHMMSS')
- print(' HTML output: <hostname>_<mode>.html')
- print(' raw dmesg output: <hostname>_<mode>_dmesg.txt')
- print(' raw ftrace output: <hostname>_<mode>_ftrace.txt')
- print('')
- print('Options:')
- print(' -h Print this help text')
- print(' -v Print the current tool version')
- print(' -config fn Pull arguments and config options from file fn')
- print(' -verbose Print extra information during execution and analysis')
- print(' -m mode Mode to initiate for suspend (default: %s)') % (sysvals.suspendmode)
- print(' -o name Overrides the output subdirectory name when running a new test')
- print(' default: suspend-{date}-{time}')
- print(' -rtcwake t Wakeup t seconds after suspend, set t to "off" to disable (default: 15)')
- print(' -addlogs Add the dmesg and ftrace logs to the html output')
- print(' -srgap Add a visible gap in the timeline between sus/res (default: disabled)')
- print(' -skiphtml Run the test and capture the trace logs, but skip the timeline (default: disabled)')
- print(' -result fn Export a results table to a text file for parsing.')
- print(' [testprep]')
- print(' -sync Sync the filesystems before starting the test')
- print(' -rs on/off Enable/disable runtime suspend for all devices, restore all after test')
- print(' -display on/off Turn the display on or off for the test')
- print(' [advanced]')
- print(' -gzip Gzip the trace and dmesg logs to save space')
- print(' -cmd {s} Run the timeline over a custom command, e.g. "sync -d"')
- print(' -proc Add usermode process info into the timeline (default: disabled)')
- print(' -dev Add kernel function calls and threads to the timeline (default: disabled)')
- print(' -x2 Run two suspend/resumes back to back (default: disabled)')
- print(' -x2delay t Include t ms delay between multiple test runs (default: 0 ms)')
- print(' -predelay t Include t ms delay before 1st suspend (default: 0 ms)')
- print(' -postdelay t Include t ms delay after last resume (default: 0 ms)')
- print(' -mindev ms Discard all device blocks shorter than ms milliseconds (e.g. 0.001 for us)')
- print(' -multi n d Execute <n> consecutive tests at <d> seconds intervals. The outputs will')
- print(' be created in a new subdirectory with a summary page.')
- print(' [debug]')
- print(' -f Use ftrace to create device callgraphs (default: disabled)')
- print(' -maxdepth N limit the callgraph data to N call levels (default: 0=all)')
- print(' -expandcg pre-expand the callgraph data in the html output (default: disabled)')
- print(' -fadd file Add functions to be graphed in the timeline from a list in a text file')
- print(' -filter "d1,d2,..." Filter out all but this comma-delimited list of device names')
- print(' -mincg ms Discard all callgraphs shorter than ms milliseconds (e.g. 0.001 for us)')
- print(' -cgphase P Only show callgraph data for phase P (e.g. suspend_late)')
- print(' -cgtest N Only show callgraph data for test N (e.g. 0 or 1 in an x2 run)')
- print(' -timeprec N Number of significant digits in timestamps (0:S, [3:ms], 6:us)')
- print(' -cgfilter S Filter the callgraph output in the timeline')
- print(' -cgskip file Callgraph functions to skip, off to disable (default: cgskip.txt)')
- print(' -bufsize N Set trace buffer size to N kilo-bytes (default: all of free memory)')
- print('')
- print('Other commands:')
- print(' -modes List available suspend modes')
- print(' -status Test to see if the system is enabled to run this tool')
- print(' -fpdt Print out the contents of the ACPI Firmware Performance Data Table')
- print(' -battery Print out battery info (if available)')
- print(' -sysinfo Print out system info extracted from BIOS')
- print(' -devinfo Print out the pm settings of all devices which support runtime suspend')
- print(' -flist Print the list of functions currently being captured in ftrace')
- print(' -flistall Print all functions capable of being captured in ftrace')
- print(' -summary dir Create a summary of tests in this dir [-genhtml builds missing html]')
- print(' [redo]')
- print(' -ftrace ftracefile Create HTML output using ftrace input (used with -dmesg)')
- print(' -dmesg dmesgfile Create HTML output using dmesg (used with -ftrace)')
- print('')
+ pprint('\n%s v%s\n'\
+ 'Usage: sudo sleepgraph <options> <commands>\n'\
+ '\n'\
+ 'Description:\n'\
+ ' This tool is designed to assist kernel and OS developers in optimizing\n'\
+ ' their linux stack\'s suspend/resume time. Using a kernel image built\n'\
+ ' with a few extra options enabled, the tool will execute a suspend and\n'\
+ ' capture dmesg and ftrace data until resume is complete. This data is\n'\
+ ' transformed into a device timeline and an optional callgraph to give\n'\
+ ' a detailed view of which devices/subsystems are taking the most\n'\
+ ' time in suspend/resume.\n'\
+ '\n'\
+ ' If no specific command is given, the default behavior is to initiate\n'\
+ ' a suspend/resume and capture the dmesg/ftrace output as an html timeline.\n'\
+ '\n'\
+ ' Generates output files in subdirectory: suspend-yymmdd-HHMMSS\n'\
+ ' HTML output: <hostname>_<mode>.html\n'\
+ ' raw dmesg output: <hostname>_<mode>_dmesg.txt\n'\
+ ' raw ftrace output: <hostname>_<mode>_ftrace.txt\n'\
+ '\n'\
+ 'Options:\n'\
+ ' -h Print this help text\n'\
+ ' -v Print the current tool version\n'\
+ ' -config fn Pull arguments and config options from file fn\n'\
+ ' -verbose Print extra information during execution and analysis\n'\
+ ' -m mode Mode to initiate for suspend (default: %s)\n'\
+ ' -o name Overrides the output subdirectory name when running a new test\n'\
+ ' default: suspend-{date}-{time}\n'\
+ ' -rtcwake t Wakeup t seconds after suspend, set t to "off" to disable (default: 15)\n'\
+ ' -addlogs Add the dmesg and ftrace logs to the html output\n'\
+ ' -srgap Add a visible gap in the timeline between sus/res (default: disabled)\n'\
+ ' -skiphtml Run the test and capture the trace logs, but skip the timeline (default: disabled)\n'\
+ ' -result fn Export a results table to a text file for parsing.\n'\
+ ' [testprep]\n'\
+ ' -sync Sync the filesystems before starting the test\n'\
+ ' -rs on/off Enable/disable runtime suspend for all devices, restore all after test\n'\
+ ' -display m Change the display mode to m for the test (on/off/standby/suspend)\n'\
+ ' [advanced]\n'\
+ ' -gzip Gzip the trace and dmesg logs to save space\n'\
+ ' -cmd {s} Run the timeline over a custom command, e.g. "sync -d"\n'\
+ ' -proc Add usermode process info into the timeline (default: disabled)\n'\
+ ' -dev Add kernel function calls and threads to the timeline (default: disabled)\n'\
+ ' -x2 Run two suspend/resumes back to back (default: disabled)\n'\
+ ' -x2delay t Include t ms delay between multiple test runs (default: 0 ms)\n'\
+ ' -predelay t Include t ms delay before 1st suspend (default: 0 ms)\n'\
+ ' -postdelay t Include t ms delay after last resume (default: 0 ms)\n'\
+ ' -mindev ms Discard all device blocks shorter than ms milliseconds (e.g. 0.001 for us)\n'\
+ ' -multi n d Execute <n> consecutive tests at <d> seconds intervals. The outputs will\n'\
+ ' be created in a new subdirectory with a summary page.\n'\
+ ' [debug]\n'\
+ ' -f Use ftrace to create device callgraphs (default: disabled)\n'\
+ ' -maxdepth N limit the callgraph data to N call levels (default: 0=all)\n'\
+ ' -expandcg pre-expand the callgraph data in the html output (default: disabled)\n'\
+ ' -fadd file Add functions to be graphed in the timeline from a list in a text file\n'\
+ ' -filter "d1,d2,..." Filter out all but this comma-delimited list of device names\n'\
+ ' -mincg ms Discard all callgraphs shorter than ms milliseconds (e.g. 0.001 for us)\n'\
+ ' -cgphase P Only show callgraph data for phase P (e.g. suspend_late)\n'\
+ ' -cgtest N Only show callgraph data for test N (e.g. 0 or 1 in an x2 run)\n'\
+ ' -timeprec N Number of significant digits in timestamps (0:S, [3:ms], 6:us)\n'\
+ ' -cgfilter S Filter the callgraph output in the timeline\n'\
+ ' -cgskip file Callgraph functions to skip, off to disable (default: cgskip.txt)\n'\
+ ' -bufsize N Set trace buffer size to N kilo-bytes (default: all of free memory)\n'\
+ ' -devdump Print out all the raw device data for each phase\n'\
+ ' -cgdump Print out all the raw callgraph data\n'\
+ '\n'\
+ 'Other commands:\n'\
+ ' -modes List available suspend modes\n'\
+ ' -status Test to see if the system is enabled to run this tool\n'\
+ ' -fpdt Print out the contents of the ACPI Firmware Performance Data Table\n'\
+ ' -battery Print out battery info (if available)\n'\
+ ' -x<mode> Test xset by toggling the given mode (on/off/standby/suspend)\n'\
+ ' -sysinfo Print out system info extracted from BIOS\n'\
+ ' -devinfo Print out the pm settings of all devices which support runtime suspend\n'\
+ ' -flist Print the list of functions currently being captured in ftrace\n'\
+ ' -flistall Print all functions capable of being captured in ftrace\n'\
+ ' -summary dir Create a summary of tests in this dir [-genhtml builds missing html]\n'\
+ ' [redo]\n'\
+ ' -ftrace ftracefile Create HTML output using ftrace input (used with -dmesg)\n'\
+ ' -dmesg dmesgfile Create HTML output using dmesg (used with -ftrace)\n'\
+ '' % (sysvals.title, sysvals.version, sysvals.suspendmode))
return True
# ----------------- MAIN --------------------
@@ -5745,7 +5904,9 @@ def printHelp():
if __name__ == '__main__':
genhtml = False
cmd = ''
- simplecmds = ['-sysinfo', '-modes', '-fpdt', '-flist', '-flistall', '-devinfo', '-status', '-battery']
+ simplecmds = ['-sysinfo', '-modes', '-fpdt', '-flist', '-flistall',
+ '-devinfo', '-status', '-battery', '-xon', '-xoff', '-xstandby',
+ '-xsuspend', '-xinit', '-xreset', '-xstat']
if '-f' in sys.argv:
sysvals.cgskip = sysvals.configFile('cgskip.txt')
# loop through the command line arguments
@@ -5763,10 +5924,10 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
cmd = arg[1:]
elif(arg == '-h'):
printHelp()
- sys.exit()
+ sys.exit(0)
elif(arg == '-v'):
- print("Version %s" % sysvals.version)
- sys.exit()
+ pprint("Version %s" % sysvals.version)
+ sys.exit(0)
elif(arg == '-x2'):
sysvals.execcount = 2
elif(arg == '-x2delay'):
@@ -5781,10 +5942,16 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
sysvals.skiphtml = True
elif(arg == '-cgdump'):
sysvals.cgdump = True
+ elif(arg == '-devdump'):
+ sysvals.devdump = True
elif(arg == '-genhtml'):
genhtml = True
elif(arg == '-addlogs'):
sysvals.dmesglog = sysvals.ftracelog = True
+ elif(arg == '-addlogdmesg'):
+ sysvals.dmesglog = True
+ elif(arg == '-addlogftrace'):
+ sysvals.ftracelog = True
elif(arg == '-verbose'):
sysvals.verbose = True
elif(arg == '-proc'):
@@ -5811,14 +5978,11 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
try:
val = args.next()
except:
- doError('-display requires "on" or "off"', True)
- if val.lower() in switchvalues:
- if val.lower() in switchoff:
- sysvals.display = -1
- else:
- sysvals.display = 1
- else:
- doError('invalid option: %s, use "on/off"' % val, True)
+ doError('-display requires an mode value', True)
+ disopt = ['on', 'off', 'standby', 'suspend']
+ if val.lower() not in disopt:
+ doError('valid display mode values are %s' % disopt, True)
+ sysvals.display = val.lower()
elif(arg == '-maxdepth'):
sysvals.max_graph_depth = getArgInt('-maxdepth', args, 0, 1000)
elif(arg == '-rtcwake'):
@@ -5847,9 +6011,9 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
except:
doError('No phase name supplied', True)
d = Data(0)
- if val not in d.phases:
+ if val not in d.phasedef:
doError('invalid phase --> (%s: %s), valid phases are %s'\
- % (arg, val, d.phases), True)
+ % (arg, val, d.phasedef.keys()), True)
sysvals.cgphase = val
elif(arg == '-cgfilter'):
try:
@@ -5951,6 +6115,7 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
except:
doError('No result file supplied', True)
sysvals.result = val
+ sysvals.signalHandlerInit()
else:
doError('Invalid argument: '+arg, True)
@@ -5975,12 +6140,20 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
# just run a utility command and exit
if(cmd != ''):
+ ret = 0
if(cmd == 'status'):
- statusCheck(True)
+ if not statusCheck(True):
+ ret = 1
elif(cmd == 'fpdt'):
- getFPDT(True)
+ if not getFPDT(True):
+ ret = 1
elif(cmd == 'battery'):
- print 'AC Connect: %s\nCharge: %d' % getBattery()
+ out = getBattery()
+ if out:
+ pprint('AC Connect : %s\nBattery Charge: %d' % out)
+ else:
+ pprint('no battery found')
+ ret = 1
elif(cmd == 'sysinfo'):
sysvals.printSystemInfo(True)
elif(cmd == 'devinfo'):
@@ -5993,25 +6166,28 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
sysvals.getFtraceFilterFunctions(False)
elif(cmd == 'summary'):
runSummary(sysvals.outdir, True, genhtml)
- sys.exit()
+ elif(cmd in ['xon', 'xoff', 'xstandby', 'xsuspend', 'xinit', 'xreset']):
+ sysvals.verbose = True
+ ret = displayControl(cmd[1:])
+ elif(cmd == 'xstat'):
+ pprint('Display Status: %s' % displayControl('stat').upper())
+ sys.exit(ret)
# if instructed, re-analyze existing data files
if(sysvals.notestrun):
stamp = rerunTest()
sysvals.outputResult(stamp)
- sys.exit()
+ sys.exit(0)
# verify that we can run a test
- if(not statusCheck()):
- doError('Check FAILED, aborting the test run!')
+ error = statusCheck()
+ if(error):
+ doError(error)
- # extract mem modes and convert
+ # extract mem/disk extra modes and convert
mode = sysvals.suspendmode
- if 'mem' == mode[:3]:
- if '-' in mode:
- memmode = mode.split('-')[-1]
- else:
- memmode = 'deep'
+ if mode.startswith('mem'):
+ memmode = mode.split('-', 1)[-1] if '-' in mode else 'deep'
if memmode == 'shallow':
mode = 'standby'
elif memmode == 's2idle':
@@ -6020,13 +6196,16 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
mode = 'mem'
sysvals.memmode = memmode
sysvals.suspendmode = mode
+ if mode.startswith('disk-'):
+ sysvals.diskmode = mode.split('-', 1)[-1]
+ sysvals.suspendmode = 'disk'
sysvals.systemInfo(dmidecode(sysvals.mempath))
setRuntimeSuspend(True)
if sysvals.display:
- call('xset -d :0.0 dpms 0 0 0', shell=True)
- call('xset -d :0.0 s off', shell=True)
+ displayControl('init')
+ ret = 0
if sysvals.multitest['run']:
# run multiple tests in a separate subdirectory
if not sysvals.outdir:
@@ -6036,22 +6215,23 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
os.mkdir(sysvals.outdir)
for i in range(sysvals.multitest['count']):
if(i != 0):
- print('Waiting %d seconds...' % (sysvals.multitest['delay']))
+ pprint('Waiting %d seconds...' % (sysvals.multitest['delay']))
time.sleep(sysvals.multitest['delay'])
- print('TEST (%d/%d) START' % (i+1, sysvals.multitest['count']))
+ pprint('TEST (%d/%d) START' % (i+1, sysvals.multitest['count']))
fmt = 'suspend-%y%m%d-%H%M%S'
sysvals.testdir = os.path.join(sysvals.outdir, datetime.now().strftime(fmt))
- runTest(i+1)
- print('TEST (%d/%d) COMPLETE' % (i+1, sysvals.multitest['count']))
+ ret = runTest(i+1)
+ pprint('TEST (%d/%d) COMPLETE' % (i+1, sysvals.multitest['count']))
sysvals.logmsg = ''
if not sysvals.skiphtml:
runSummary(sysvals.outdir, False, False)
- sysvals.sudouser(sysvals.outdir)
+ sysvals.sudoUserchown(sysvals.outdir)
else:
if sysvals.outdir:
sysvals.testdir = sysvals.outdir
# run the test in the current directory
- runTest()
+ ret = runTest()
if sysvals.display:
- call('xset -d :0.0 s reset', shell=True)
+ displayControl('reset')
setRuntimeSuspend(False)
+ sys.exit(ret)

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