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authorTodd Brandt <todd.e.brandt@linux.intel.com>2018-10-08 15:56:32 -0700
committerRafael J. Wysocki <rafael.j.wysocki@intel.com>2018-10-09 09:27:34 +0200
commit18d3f8fc0c2c5a55d40d1bedcf46865ecb87d84e (patch)
treeed38f74b0999081ac9e1fb574dc0219d5fb823cd /tools
parent5484f0334439701900121a107709c461215cadb6 (diff)
PM / tools: sleepgraph and bootgraph: upgrade to v5.2
bootgraph & sleepgraph: - funnel all prints through the pprint function - remove superfluous print calls, arrange them in single blocks - flush stdout on every print, enables log capture on hang sleepgraph: - in -summary, if all tests have the same host+kernel+mode, add to title - update verbose device detail print to include machine suspend/resume - match tKernSus and tKernRes to pm_prepare/restore_console - fully support multiple suspend/resumes in a single timeline - enable various disk modes (disk-suspend, disk-test_resume, etc) - add warnings when -display (xset) fails Signed-off-by: Todd Brandt <todd.e.brandt@linux.intel.com> Signed-off-by: Rafael J. Wysocki <rafael.j.wysocki@intel.com>
Diffstat (limited to 'tools')
-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
-rwxr-xr-xtools/power/pm-graph/sleepgraph.py532
4 files changed, 364 insertions, 298 deletions
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.py b/tools/power/pm-graph/sleepgraph.py
index 343e8000d9ca..52618f3444d4 100755
--- a/tools/power/pm-graph/sleepgraph.py
+++ b/tools/power/pm-graph/sleepgraph.py
@@ -62,6 +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
@@ -70,7 +74,7 @@ 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 = ''
@@ -111,8 +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 = ''
@@ -139,6 +145,7 @@ class SystemValues:
useprocmon = False
notestrun = False
cgdump = False
+ devdump = False
mixedphaseheight = True
devprops = dict()
predelay = 0
@@ -265,7 +272,7 @@ class SystemValues:
def vprint(self, msg):
self.logmsg += msg+'\n'
if self.verbose or msg.startswith('WARNING:'):
- print(msg)
+ pprint(msg)
def signalHandler(self, signum, frame):
if not self.result:
return
@@ -290,7 +297,7 @@ class SystemValues:
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(1)
return False
@@ -299,7 +306,7 @@ class SystemValues:
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(1)
return False
@@ -560,7 +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
@@ -582,7 +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:
@@ -596,7 +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')
@@ -664,7 +671,7 @@ 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()
@@ -681,7 +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'):
@@ -690,7 +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
@@ -723,7 +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
@@ -846,7 +854,7 @@ class DevProps:
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
@@ -1217,16 +1225,8 @@ class Data:
self.tLow.append('%.0f'%(tL*1000))
lp = phase
def getTimeValues(self):
- if 'suspend_machine' in self.dmesg:
- sktime = (self.dmesg['suspend_machine']['end'] - \
- self.tKernSus) * 1000
- else:
- sktime = (self.tSuspended - self.tKernSus) * 1000
- if 'resume_machine' in self.dmesg:
- rktime = (self.tKernRes - \
- self.dmesg['resume_machine']['start']) * 1000
- else:
- rktime = (self.tKernRes - self.tResumed) * 1000
+ sktime = (self.tSuspended - self.tKernSus) * 1000
+ rktime = (self.tKernRes - self.tResumed) * 1000
return (sktime, rktime)
def setPhase(self, phase, ktime, isbegin, order=-1):
if(isbegin):
@@ -1379,14 +1379,38 @@ 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)
+ tS = tR = False
for phase in self.sortedPhases():
- dc = len(self.dmesg[phase]['list'])
- sysvals.vprint(' %16s: %f - %f (%d devices)' % (phase, \
- self.dmesg[phase]['start'], self.dmesg[phase]['end'], dc))
+ 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):
@@ -1721,13 +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?
@@ -1868,7 +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:
@@ -1928,10 +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)
@@ -1984,7 +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
@@ -2001,7 +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)
@@ -2060,20 +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):
@@ -2658,7 +2682,8 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
doError('%s does not exist' % sysvals.ftracefile)
if not live:
sysvals.setupAllKprobes()
- krescalls = ['pm_notifier_call_chain', 'pm_restore_console']
+ ksuscalls = ['pm_prepare_console']
+ krescalls = ['pm_restore_console']
tracewatch = []
if sysvals.usekprobes:
tracewatch += ['sync_filesystems', 'freeze_processes', 'syscore_suspend',
@@ -2738,6 +2763,7 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
testruns.append(testrun)
tp.parseStamp(data, sysvals)
data.setStart(t.time)
+ data.first_suspend_prepare = True
phase = data.setPhase('suspend_prepare', t.time, True)
continue
if(not data):
@@ -2797,11 +2823,12 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
continue
# suspend_prepare start
elif(re.match('dpm_prepare\[.*', t.name)):
- phase = 'suspend_prepare'
- if not isbegin:
- data.setPhase(phase, t.time, isbegin)
- if isbegin and data.tKernSus == 0:
- data.tKernSus = t.time
+ 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)):
@@ -2826,11 +2853,11 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
else:
phase = data.setPhase('resume_machine', t.time, True)
if(sysvals.suspendmode in ['mem', 'disk']):
- if 'suspend_machine' in data.dmesg:
- data.dmesg['suspend_machine']['end'] = t.time
+ susp = phase.replace('resume', 'suspend')
+ if susp in data.dmesg:
+ data.dmesg[susp]['end'] = t.time
data.tSuspended = t.time
- if data.tResumed == 0:
- data.tResumed = t.time
+ data.tResumed = t.time
continue
# resume_noirq start
elif(re.match('dpm_resume_noirq\[.*', t.name)):
@@ -2911,6 +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
@@ -2962,6 +2992,14 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
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
@@ -3044,7 +3082,7 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
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:
@@ -3055,14 +3093,9 @@ def parseTraceLog(live=False):
sysvals.vprint('WARNING: phase "%s" is missing!' % p)
lp = p
if not terr and data.enterfail:
- print 'test%s FAILED: enter %s failed with %s' % (tn, sysvals.suspendmode, 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)
- 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:
@@ -3151,7 +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
@@ -3405,7 +3438,7 @@ def parseKernelLog(data):
for p in sorted(phasedef, key=lambda k:phasedef[k]['order']):
if p not in data.dmesg:
if not terr:
- print 'TEST FAILED: %s failed in %s phase' % (sysvals.suspendmode, lp)
+ 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']
@@ -3503,7 +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\
@@ -3583,7 +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'
@@ -3685,7 +3718,7 @@ 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
@@ -4535,18 +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:
@@ -4559,17 +4592,17 @@ def executeSuspend():
battery = True if getBattery() else False
# run these commands to prepare the system for suspend
if sysvals.display:
- print('SET DISPLAY TO %s' % sysvals.display.upper())
+ 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()
@@ -4582,16 +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):
@@ -4614,6 +4647,11 @@ 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
@@ -4629,7 +4667,7 @@ 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'):
@@ -4644,11 +4682,11 @@ def executeSuspend():
pm.stop()
sysvals.fsetVal('0', 'tracing_on')
# grab a copy of the dmesg output
- print('CAPTURING DMESG')
+ pprint('CAPTURING DMESG')
sysvals.getdmesg(testdata)
# grab a copy of the ftrace output
if(sysvals.usecallgraph or sysvals.usetraceevents):
- print('CAPTURING TRACE')
+ pprint('CAPTURING TRACE')
op = sysvals.writeDatafileHeader(sysvals.ftracefile, testdata)
fp = open(tp+'trace', 'r')
for line in fp:
@@ -4692,15 +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'
@@ -4889,6 +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
@@ -5037,16 +5080,21 @@ def displayControl(cmd):
xset = 'sudo -u %s %s' % (sysvals.sudouser, xset)
if cmd == 'init':
ret = call(xset.format('dpms 0 0 0'), shell=True)
- ret = call(xset.format('s off'), 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)
- 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 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'
@@ -5102,18 +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):
@@ -5139,22 +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])
@@ -5164,27 +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
@@ -5198,22 +5248,22 @@ def getFPDT(output):
def statusCheck(probecheck=False):
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')
+ 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 'sysfs is missing'
@@ -5225,10 +5275,10 @@ def statusCheck(probecheck=False):
res = 'YES'
else:
status = '%s mode is not supported' % sysvals.suspendmode
- print(' is "%s" a valid power mode: %s' % (sysvals.suspendmode, res))
+ 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')
@@ -5237,7 +5287,7 @@ def statusCheck(probecheck=False):
res = 'YES'
elif(sysvals.usecallgraph):
status = 'ftrace is not properly supported'
- print(' is ftrace supported: %s' % res)
+ pprint(' is ftrace supported: %s' % res)
# check if kprobes are available
res = sysvals.colorText('NO')
@@ -5246,7 +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'
@@ -5257,7 +5307,7 @@ 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')
@@ -5265,7 +5315,7 @@ def statusCheck(probecheck=False):
res = 'YES'
elif(sysvals.rtcwake):
status = 'rtcwake is not properly supported'
- print(' is rtcwake supported: %s' % res)
+ pprint(' is rtcwake supported: %s' % res)
if not probecheck:
return status
@@ -5290,7 +5340,7 @@ 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(1)
@@ -5333,7 +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)
@@ -5359,10 +5409,11 @@ def processData(live=False):
data.debugPrint()
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()
@@ -5516,7 +5567,7 @@ def data_from_html(file, outpath, devlist=False):
def runSummary(subdir, local=True, genhtml=False):
inpath = os.path.abspath(subdir)
outpath = os.path.abspath('.') if local else inpath
- print('Generating a summary of folder "%s"' % 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 = ''
@@ -5528,11 +5579,12 @@ 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)):
@@ -5541,9 +5593,16 @@ def runSummary(subdir, local=True, genhtml=False):
if(not data):
continue
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:
@@ -5758,85 +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 m Change the display mode to m for the test (on/off/standby/suspend)')
- 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(' -x<mode> Test xset by toggling the given mode (on/off/standby/suspend)')
- 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 --------------------
@@ -5866,7 +5926,7 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
printHelp()
sys.exit(0)
elif(arg == '-v'):
- print("Version %s" % sysvals.version)
+ pprint("Version %s" % sysvals.version)
sys.exit(0)
elif(arg == '-x2'):
sysvals.execcount = 2
@@ -5882,6 +5942,8 @@ 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'):
@@ -6088,9 +6150,9 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
elif(cmd == 'battery'):
out = getBattery()
if out:
- print 'AC Connect : %s\nBattery Charge: %d' % out
+ pprint('AC Connect : %s\nBattery Charge: %d' % out)
else:
- print 'no battery found'
+ pprint('no battery found')
ret = 1
elif(cmd == 'sysinfo'):
sysvals.printSystemInfo(True)
@@ -6108,7 +6170,7 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
sysvals.verbose = True
ret = displayControl(cmd[1:])
elif(cmd == 'xstat'):
- print 'Display Status: %s' % displayControl('stat').upper()
+ pprint('Display Status: %s' % displayControl('stat').upper())
sys.exit(ret)
# if instructed, re-analyze existing data files
@@ -6122,13 +6184,10 @@ if __name__ == '__main__':
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':
@@ -6137,6 +6196,9 @@ 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))
@@ -6153,13 +6215,13 @@ 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))
ret = runTest(i+1)
- print('TEST (%d/%d) COMPLETE' % (i+1, sysvals.multitest['count']))
+ pprint('TEST (%d/%d) COMPLETE' % (i+1, sysvals.multitest['count']))
sysvals.logmsg = ''
if not sysvals.skiphtml:
runSummary(sysvals.outdir, False, False)

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