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I'm one of the Conectiva (http://www.conectiva.com) founders and was one of the lead developers of Conectiva Linux. I've started doing translations for pt_BR, then worked on the internationalization (i18n) of minicom, net-tools, fetchmail, util-linux, etc, then went to more fun things, developing and maintaining a driver for a X.25 serial sync card (cyclom2x, made by cyclades), maintaining the IPX, LLC and Appletalk network stacks, several nice hacks on the core Linux networking infrastructure and doing random fixes in the Linux Kernel. Now I'm trying to get some time at my home lab to help in other free software projects (kernel janitoring, NetBEUI, 802.11, samba, dietlibc, glibc, etc) to get back to the old, old days of actually having fun coding :-)

Current TODO List:

  • Move more stuff out of net/ipv[46] to net/core and make more protocols use it.
  • connection_sock: move connection protocols specific members out of struct sock and into struct connection_sock, see http://master.kernel.org/~acme/sock_class_hierarchy.ps to see how I want the sock class hierarchy to be. This will save some more bytes in, for example, UDP sockets - MOSTLY DONE
  • integrate my work on LLC (making it look like TCP), patches for the core are needed before I do this, and patches for glibc getnameinfo/getaddrinfo are in the queue
  • finish abstracting away access to skb->{data,tail,head,nh,h,mac}
  • implement DCCP in time to write my paper for this year's (2005) OLS - DONE
  • hammer wl3501 into shape
  • kill sk_slab, sk_protinfo, but this has to wait for converting all the network families to use sk_prot, not something to be done in one night 8) - sk_slab was already DONE, sk_protinfo needs a bit more work
  • make inet_register_protosw or something that replaces it do the protocol slab cache creation, using sk_prot->slab_obj_size - DONE, proto_register takes care of this and more
  • Once all families are converted to sk->sk_prot, kill struct sock->ops (struct proto_ops) and call sock->sk->sk_prot directly from the syscalls (this idea has to be carefully reviewed)

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Cross platform perf.data analysis support


There are still some problems related to loading vmlinux files, but those are
unrelated to the feature implemented in this patch, so will get fixed in the
next patches, but here are some results:

1. collect perf.data file on a Fedora 12 machine, x86_64, 64-bit userland

2. transfer it to a Debian Testing machine, PARISC64, 32-bit userland

acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$ perf buildid-list | head -5
74f9930ee94475b6b3238caf3725a50d59cb994b [kernel.kallsyms]
55fdd56670453ea66c011158c4b9d30179c1d049 /lib/modules/2.6.33-rc4-tip+/kernel/net/ipv4/netfilter/ipt_MASQUERADE.ko
41adff63c730890480980d5d8ba513f1c216a858 /lib/modules/2.6.33-rc4-tip+/kernel/net/ipv4/netfilter/iptable_nat.ko
90a33def1077bb8e97b8a78546dc96c2de62df46 /lib/modules/2.6.33-rc4-tip+/kernel/net/ipv4/netfilter/nf_nat.ko
984c7bea90ce1376d5c8e7ef43a781801286e62d /lib/modules/2.6.33-rc4-tip+/kernel/drivers/net/tun.ko

acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$ perf buildid-list | tail -5
22492f3753c6a67de5c7ccbd6b863390c92c0723 /usr/lib64/libXt.so.6.0.0
353802bb7e1b895ba43507cc678f951e778e4c6f /usr/lib64/libMagickCore.so.2.0.0
d10c2897558595efe7be8b0584cf7e6398bc776c /usr/lib64/libfprint.so.0.0.0
a83ecfb519a788774a84d5ddde633c9ba56c03ab /home/acme/bin/perf
d3ca765a8ecf257d263801d7ad8c49c189082317 /usr/lib64/libdwarf.so.0.0
acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$

acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$ perf report –sort comm
The file [kernel.kallsyms] cannot be used, trying to use /proc/kallsyms…

^^^^ The problem related to vmlinux handling, it shouldn’t be trying this
^^^^ rather alien /proc/kallsyms at all…

/lib64/libpthread-2.10.2.so with build id 5c68f7afeb33309c78037e374b0deee84dd441f6 not found, continuing without symbols
/lib64/libc-2.10.2.so with build id eb4ec8fa8b2a5eb18cad173c92f27ed8887ed1c1 not found, continuing without symbols
/home/acme/bin/perf with build id a83ecfb519a788774a84d5ddde633c9ba56c03ab not found, continuing without symbols
/usr/sbin/openvpn with build id f2037a091ef36b591187a858d75e203690ea9409 not found, continuing without symbols
Failed to open /lib/modules/2.6.33-rc4-tip+/kernel/drivers/net/e1000e/e1000e.ko, continuing without symbols
Failed to open /lib/modules/2.6.33-rc4-tip+/kernel/drivers/net/wireless/iwlwifi/iwlcore.ko, continuing without symbols
<SNIP more complaints about not finding the right build-ids,
those will have to wait for ‘perf archive’ or plain
copying what was collected by ‘perf record’ on the x86_64,
source machine, see further below for an example of this>

# Samples: 293085637
#
# Overhead          Command
# ……..  ……………
#
61.70%             find
23.50%             perf
5.86%          swapper
3.12%             sshd
2.39%             init
0.87%             bash
0.86%            sleep
0.59%      dbus-daemon
0.25%             hald
0.24%   NetworkManager
0.19%  hald-addon-rfki
0.15%          openvpn
0.07%             phy0
0.07%         events/0
0.05%          iwl3945
0.05%         events/1
0.03%      kondemand/0
acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$

Which matches what we get when running the same command for the same perf.data
file on the F12, x86_64, source machine:

[root@doppio linux-2.6-tip]# perf report –sort comm
# Samples: 293085637
#
# Overhead          Command
# ……..  ……………
#
61.70%             find
23.50%             perf
5.86%          swapper
3.12%             sshd
2.39%             init
0.87%             bash
0.86%            sleep
0.59%      dbus-daemon
0.25%             hald
0.24%   NetworkManager
0.19%  hald-addon-rfki
0.15%          openvpn
0.07%             phy0
0.07%         events/0
0.05%          iwl3945
0.05%         events/1
0.03%      kondemand/0
[root@doppio linux-2.6-tip]#

The other modes work as well, modulo the problem with vmlinux:

acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$ perf report –sort comm,dso 2> /dev/null | head -15
# Samples: 293085637
#
# Overhead          Command                      Shared Object
# ……..  ……………  ……………………………
#
35.11%             find                   ffffffff81002b5a
18.25%             perf                   ffffffff8102235f
16.17%             find  libc-2.10.2.so
9.07%             find  find
5.80%          swapper                   ffffffff8102235f
3.95%             perf  libc-2.10.2.so
2.33%             init                   ffffffff810091b9
1.65%             sshd  libcrypto.so.0.9.8k
1.35%             find  [e1000e]
0.68%            sleep  libc-2.10.2.so
acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$

And the lack of the right buildids:

acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$ perf report –sort comm,dso,symbol 2> /dev/null | head -15
# Samples: 293085637
#
# Overhead          Command                      Shared Object  Symbol
# ……..  ……………  ……………………………  ……
#
35.11%             find                   ffffffff81002b5a  [k] 0xffffffff81002b5a
18.25%             perf                   ffffffff8102235f  [k] 0xffffffff8102235f
16.17%             find  libc-2.10.2.so                     [.] 0×00000000045782
9.07%             find  find                               [.] 0×0000000000fb0e
5.80%          swapper                   ffffffff8102235f  [k] 0xffffffff8102235f
3.95%             perf  libc-2.10.2.so                     [.] 0×0000000007f398
2.33%             init                   ffffffff810091b9  [k] 0xffffffff810091b9
1.65%             sshd  libcrypto.so.0.9.8k                [.] 0×00000000105440
1.35%             find  [e1000e]                           [k] 0×00000000010948
0.68%            sleep  libc-2.10.2.so                     [.] 0×0000000011ad5b
acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$

But if we:

acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$ ls ~/.debug
ls: cannot access /home/acme/.debug: No such file or directory
acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$ mkdir -p ~/.debug/lib64/libc-2.10.2.so/
acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$ scp doppio:.debug/lib64/libc-2.10.2.so/* ~/.debug/lib64/libc-2.10.2.so/
acme@doppio’s password:
eb4ec8fa8b2a5eb18cad173c92f27ed8887ed1c1                   100% 1783KB 714.7KB/s   00:02
acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$ mkdir -p ~/.debug/.build-id/eb
acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$ ln -s ../../lib64/libc-2.10.2.so/eb4ec8fa8b2a5eb18cad173c92f27ed8887ed1c1 ~/.debug/.build-id/eb/4ec8fa8b2a5eb18cad173c92f27ed8887ed1c1
acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$ perf report –dsos libc-2.10.2.so 2> /dev/null

# dso: libc-2.10.2.so
# Samples: 64281170
#
# Overhead          Command  Symbol
# ……..  ……………  ……
#
14.98%             perf  [.] __GI_strcmp
12.30%             find  [.] __GI_memmove
9.25%             find  [.] _int_malloc
7.60%             find  [.] _IO_vfprintf_internal
6.10%             find  [.] _IO_new_file_xsputn
6.02%             find  [.] __GI_close
3.08%             find  [.] _IO_file_overflow_internal
3.08%             find  [.] malloc_consolidate
3.08%             find  [.] _int_free
3.08%             find  [.] __strchrnul
3.08%             find  [.] __getdents64
3.08%             find  [.] __write_nocancel
3.08%            sleep  [.] __GI__dl_addr
3.08%             sshd  [.] __libc_select
3.08%             find  [.] _IO_new_file_write
3.07%             find  [.] _IO_new_do_write
3.06%             find  [.] __GI___errno_location
3.05%             find  [.] __GI___libc_malloc
3.04%             perf  [.] __GI_memcpy
1.71%             find  [.] __fprintf_chk
1.29%             bash  [.] __gconv_transform_utf8_internal
0.79%      dbus-daemon  [.] __GI_strlen
#
# (For a higher level overview, try: perf report –sort comm,dso)
#
acme@parisc:~/git/linux-2.6-tip$

Which matches what we get on the source, F12, x86_64 machine:

[root@doppio linux-2.6-tip]# perf report –dsos libc-2.10.2.so
# dso: libc-2.10.2.so
# Samples: 64281170
#
# Overhead          Command  Symbol
# ……..  ……………  ……
#

14.98%             perf  [.] __GI_strcmp
12.30%             find  [.] __GI_memmove
9.25%             find  [.] _int_malloc
7.60%             find  [.] _IO_vfprintf_internal
6.10%             find  [.] _IO_new_file_xsputn
6.02%             find  [.] __GI_close
3.08%             find  [.] _IO_file_overflow_internal
3.08%             find  [.] malloc_consolidate
3.08%             find  [.] _int_free
3.08%             find  [.] __strchrnul
3.08%             find  [.] __getdents64
3.08%             find  [.] __write_nocancel
3.08%            sleep  [.] __GI__dl_addr
3.08%             sshd  [.] __libc_select
3.08%             find  [.] _IO_new_file_write
3.07%             find  [.] _IO_new_do_write
3.06%             find  [.] __GI___errno_location
3.05%             find  [.] __GI___libc_malloc
3.04%             perf  [.] __GI_memcpy
1.71%             find  [.] __fprintf_chk
1.29%             bash  [.] __gconv_transform_utf8_internal
0.79%      dbus-daemon  [.] __GI_strlen
#
# (For a higher level overview, try: perf report –sort comm,dso)
#
[root@doppio linux-2.6-tip]#

So I think this is really, really nice in that it demonstrates the portability
of perf.data files and the use of build-ids across such aliens worlds :-)

There are some things to fix tho, like the bitmap on the header, but things are
looking good.

Syndicated 2010-01-14 14:55:38 from Arnaldo's Ramblings

perf on parisc64


It built, after removing -fstack-protector-all that is not available for that target and suppressing the libelf-dev tests.

Transferred a perf.data file created in a i386 machine and… it fails. Endianness issues, I guess. Will fully investigate this in the next days.

Syndicated 2010-01-08 21:28:38 from Arnaldo's Ramblings

Modules encoded


Ended up encoding modules as PERF_RECORD_MMAP events details at: http://lkml.org/lkml/2010/1/7/370. Lets see how people react.

Syndicated 2010-01-07 22:08:26 from Arnaldo's Ramblings

Recording where modules were loaded in perf.data


While trying to fix the build-id generation so as not to produce duplicates, I noticed another problem that needs to be solved before we can introduce perf archive and be able to analyse a perf.data file recorded in one machine on another, possibly with a different architecture and OS.

The problem is similar to the relocatable kernel problem solved today: we need to have perf events that state where kernel modules were loaded, right now we are using the current /proc/modules to get that information, but it can no longer have some modules, unloaded after perf record and before perf report.

To properly fix that we need the kernel infrastructure to emit PERF_MODULE_LOAD/PERF_MODULE_UNLOAD events just like it does when DSOs get loaded by means of executable mmap, when it emits PERF_MMAP/PERF_MUNMAP events, so that there are no races and we can support long running perf record sessions where modules get loaded/unloaded.

Tomorrow I’ll work on synthesizing such events in perf record and then when all works we can do the kernel bits and stop synthesizing then in user space.

Syndicated 2010-01-06 00:50:35 from Arnaldo's Ramblings

dwarves on the spotlight

Recently I saw somebody boasting that Linus now uses Fedora and I don’t know why I found it silly. But then when Ingo Molnar even mentioned the name of the package where codiff is available I found that I can be silly too ;-)

Syndicated 2009-02-06 02:07:18 from Arnaldo's Ramblings

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