Commit b0138408 authored by Daniel Borkmann's avatar Daniel Borkmann Committed by David S. Miller

packet: use percpu mmap tx frame pending refcount

In PF_PACKET's packet mmap(), we can avoid using one atomic_inc()
and one atomic_dec() call in skb destructor and use a percpu
reference count instead in order to determine if packets are
still pending to be sent out. Micro-benchmark with [1] that has
been slightly modified (that is, protcol = 0 in socket(2) and
bind(2)), example on a rather crappy testing machine; I expect
it to scale and have even better results on bigger machines:

./packet_mm_tx -s7000 -m7200 -z700000 em1, avg over 2500 runs:

With patch:    4,022,015 cyc
Without patch: 4,812,994 cyc

time ./packet_mm_tx -s64 -c10000000 em1 > /dev/null, stable:

With patch:
  real         1m32.241s
  user         0m0.287s
  sys          1m29.316s

Without patch:
  real         1m38.386s
  user         0m0.265s
  sys          1m35.572s

In function tpacket_snd(), it is okay to use packet_read_pending()
since in fast-path we short-circuit the condition already with
ph != NULL, since we have next frames to process. In case we have
MSG_DONTWAIT, we also do not execute this path as need_wait is
false here anyway, and in case of _no_ MSG_DONTWAIT flag, it is
okay to call a packet_read_pending(), because when we ever reach
that path, we're done processing outgoing frames anyway and only
look if there are skbs still outstanding to be orphaned. We can
stay lockless in this percpu counter since it's acceptable when we
reach this path for the sum to be imprecise first, but we'll level
out at 0 after all pending frames have reached the skb destructor
eventually through tx reclaim. When people pin a tx process to
particular CPUs, we expect overflows to happen in the reference
counter as on one CPU we expect heavy increase; and distributed
through ksoftirqd on all CPUs a decrease, for example. As
David Laight points out, since the C language doesn't define the
result of signed int overflow (i.e. rather than wrap, it is
allowed to saturate as a possible outcome), we have to use
unsigned int as reference count. The sum over all CPUs when tx
is complete will result in 0 again.

The BUG_ON() in tpacket_destruct_skb() we can remove as well. It
can _only_ be set from inside tpacket_snd() path and we made sure
to increase tx_ring.pending in any case before we called po->xmit(skb).
So testing for tx_ring.pending == 0 is not too useful. Instead, it
would rather have been useful to test if lower layers didn't orphan
the skb so that we're missing ring slots being put back to
TP_STATUS_AVAILABLE. But such a bug will be caught in user space
already as we end up realizing that we do not have any
TP_STATUS_AVAILABLE slots left anymore. Therefore, we're all set.

Btw, in case of RX_RING path, we do not make use of the pending
member, therefore we also don't need to use up any percpu memory
here. Also note that __alloc_percpu() already returns a zero-filled
percpu area, so initialization is done already.

  [1] http://wiki.ipxwarzone.com/index.php5?title=Linux_packet_mmapSigned-off-by: default avatarDaniel Borkmann <dborkman@redhat.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarDavid S. Miller <davem@davemloft.net>
parent 87a2fd28
......@@ -89,6 +89,7 @@
#include <linux/errqueue.h>
#include <linux/net_tstamp.h>
#include <linux/reciprocal_div.h>
#include <linux/percpu.h>
#ifdef CONFIG_INET
#include <net/inet_common.h>
#endif
......@@ -1168,6 +1169,47 @@ static void packet_increment_head(struct packet_ring_buffer *buff)
buff->head = buff->head != buff->frame_max ? buff->head+1 : 0;
}
static void packet_inc_pending(struct packet_ring_buffer *rb)
{
this_cpu_inc(*rb->pending_refcnt);
}
static void packet_dec_pending(struct packet_ring_buffer *rb)
{
this_cpu_dec(*rb->pending_refcnt);
}
static unsigned int packet_read_pending(const struct packet_ring_buffer *rb)
{
unsigned int refcnt = 0;
int cpu;
/* We don't use pending refcount in rx_ring. */
if (rb->pending_refcnt == NULL)
return 0;
for_each_possible_cpu(cpu)
refcnt += *per_cpu_ptr(rb->pending_refcnt, cpu);
return refcnt;
}
static int packet_alloc_pending(struct packet_sock *po)
{
po->rx_ring.pending_refcnt = NULL;
po->tx_ring.pending_refcnt = alloc_percpu(unsigned int);
if (unlikely(po->tx_ring.pending_refcnt == NULL))
return -ENOBUFS;
return 0;
}
static void packet_free_pending(struct packet_sock *po)
{
free_percpu(po->tx_ring.pending_refcnt);
}
static bool packet_rcv_has_room(struct packet_sock *po, struct sk_buff *skb)
{
struct sock *sk = &po->sk;
......@@ -2014,8 +2056,7 @@ static void tpacket_destruct_skb(struct sk_buff *skb)
__u32 ts;
ph = skb_shinfo(skb)->destructor_arg;
BUG_ON(atomic_read(&po->tx_ring.pending) == 0);
atomic_dec(&po->tx_ring.pending);
packet_dec_pending(&po->tx_ring);
ts = __packet_set_timestamp(po, ph, skb);
__packet_set_status(po, ph, TP_STATUS_AVAILABLE | ts);
......@@ -2236,7 +2277,7 @@ static int tpacket_snd(struct packet_sock *po, struct msghdr *msg)
skb_set_queue_mapping(skb, packet_pick_tx_queue(dev));
skb->destructor = tpacket_destruct_skb;
__packet_set_status(po, ph, TP_STATUS_SENDING);
atomic_inc(&po->tx_ring.pending);
packet_inc_pending(&po->tx_ring);
status = TP_STATUS_SEND_REQUEST;
err = po->xmit(skb);
......@@ -2256,8 +2297,14 @@ static int tpacket_snd(struct packet_sock *po, struct msghdr *msg)
}
packet_increment_head(&po->tx_ring);
len_sum += tp_len;
} while (likely((ph != NULL) || (need_wait &&
atomic_read(&po->tx_ring.pending))));
} while (likely((ph != NULL) ||
/* Note: packet_read_pending() might be slow if we have
* to call it as it's per_cpu variable, but in fast-path
* we already short-circuit the loop with the first
* condition, and luckily don't have to go that path
* anyway.
*/
(need_wait && packet_read_pending(&po->tx_ring))));
err = len_sum;
goto out_put;
......@@ -2556,6 +2603,7 @@ static int packet_release(struct socket *sock)
/* Purge queues */
skb_queue_purge(&sk->sk_receive_queue);
packet_free_pending(po);
sk_refcnt_debug_release(sk);
sock_put(sk);
......@@ -2717,6 +2765,10 @@ static int packet_create(struct net *net, struct socket *sock, int protocol,
po->num = proto;
po->xmit = dev_queue_xmit;
err = packet_alloc_pending(po);
if (err)
goto out2;
packet_cached_dev_reset(po);
sk->sk_destruct = packet_sock_destruct;
......@@ -2749,6 +2801,8 @@ static int packet_create(struct net *net, struct socket *sock, int protocol,
preempt_enable();
return 0;
out2:
sk_free(sk);
out:
return err;
}
......@@ -3676,7 +3730,7 @@ static int packet_set_ring(struct sock *sk, union tpacket_req_u *req_u,
if (!closing) {
if (atomic_read(&po->mapped))
goto out;
if (atomic_read(&rb->pending))
if (packet_read_pending(rb))
goto out;
}
......
......@@ -3,6 +3,7 @@
#include <linux/net.h>
#include <linux/netdevice.h>
#include <linux/packet_diag.h>
#include <linux/percpu.h>
#include <net/net_namespace.h>
#include <net/sock.h>
......
......@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@ struct packet_ring_buffer {
unsigned int pg_vec_pages;
unsigned int pg_vec_len;
atomic_t pending;
unsigned int __percpu *pending_refcnt;
struct tpacket_kbdq_core prb_bdqc;
};
......
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