Commit fdd374b6 authored by Anton Blanchard's avatar Anton Blanchard Committed by Benjamin Herrenschmidt
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powerpc: Optimise 64bit csum_partial_copy_generic and add csum_and_copy_from_user



We use the same core loop as the new csum_partial, adding in the
stores and exception handling code. To keep things simple we do all the
exception fixup in csum_and_copy_from_user. This wrapper function is
modelled on the generic checksum code and is careful to always calculate
a complete checksum even if we only copied part of the data to userspace.

To test this I forced checksumming on over loopback and ran socklib (a
simple TCP benchmark). On a POWER6 575 throughput improved by 19% with
this patch. If I forced both the sender and receiver onto the same cpu
(with the hope of shifting the benchmark from being cache bandwidth limited
to cpu limited), adding this patch improved performance by 55%
Signed-off-by: default avatarAnton Blanchard <anton@samba.org>
Signed-off-by: default avatarBenjamin Herrenschmidt <benh@kernel.crashing.org>
parent 9b83ecb0
......@@ -52,12 +52,19 @@ extern __wsum csum_partial(const void *buff, int len, __wsum sum);
extern __wsum csum_partial_copy_generic(const void *src, void *dst,
int len, __wsum sum,
int *src_err, int *dst_err);
#ifdef __powerpc64__
#define _HAVE_ARCH_COPY_AND_CSUM_FROM_USER
extern __wsum csum_and_copy_from_user(const void __user *src, void *dst,
int len, __wsum sum, int *err_ptr);
#else
/*
* the same as csum_partial, but copies from src to dst while it
* checksums.
*/
#define csum_partial_copy_from_user(src, dst, len, sum, errp) \
csum_partial_copy_generic((__force const void *)(src), (dst), (len), (sum), (errp), NULL)
#endif
#define csum_partial_copy_nocheck(src, dst, len, sum) \
csum_partial_copy_generic((src), (dst), (len), (sum), NULL, NULL)
......
......@@ -17,7 +17,8 @@ obj-$(CONFIG_PPC32) += div64.o copy_32.o
obj-$(CONFIG_HAS_IOMEM) += devres.o
obj-$(CONFIG_PPC64) += copypage_64.o copyuser_64.o \
memcpy_64.o usercopy_64.o mem_64.o string.o
memcpy_64.o usercopy_64.o mem_64.o string.o \
checksum_wrappers_64.o
obj-$(CONFIG_XMON) += sstep.o ldstfp.o
obj-$(CONFIG_KPROBES) += sstep.o ldstfp.o
obj-$(CONFIG_HAVE_HW_BREAKPOINT) += sstep.o ldstfp.o
......
......@@ -228,115 +228,230 @@ _GLOBAL(csum_partial)
srdi r3,r3,32
blr
.macro source
100:
.section __ex_table,"a"
.align 3
.llong 100b,.Lsrc_error
.previous
.endm
.macro dest
200:
.section __ex_table,"a"
.align 3
.llong 200b,.Ldest_error
.previous
.endm
/*
* Computes the checksum of a memory block at src, length len,
* and adds in "sum" (32-bit), while copying the block to dst.
* If an access exception occurs on src or dst, it stores -EFAULT
* to *src_err or *dst_err respectively, and (for an error on
* src) zeroes the rest of dst.
*
* This code needs to be reworked to take advantage of 64 bit sum+copy.
* However, due to tokenring halfword alignment problems this will be very
* tricky. For now we'll leave it until we instrument it somehow.
* to *src_err or *dst_err respectively. The caller must take any action
* required in this case (zeroing memory, recalculating partial checksum etc).
*
* csum_partial_copy_generic(r3=src, r4=dst, r5=len, r6=sum, r7=src_err, r8=dst_err)
*/
_GLOBAL(csum_partial_copy_generic)
addic r0,r6,0
subi r3,r3,4
subi r4,r4,4
srwi. r6,r5,2
beq 3f /* if we're doing < 4 bytes */
andi. r9,r4,2 /* Align dst to longword boundary */
beq+ 1f
81: lhz r6,4(r3) /* do 2 bytes to get aligned */
addi r3,r3,2
addic r0,r6,0 /* clear carry */
srdi. r6,r5,3 /* less than 8 bytes? */
beq .Lcopy_tail_word
/*
* If only halfword aligned, align to a double word. Since odd
* aligned addresses should be rare and they would require more
* work to calculate the correct checksum, we ignore that case
* and take the potential slowdown of unaligned loads.
*
* If the source and destination are relatively unaligned we only
* align the source. This keeps things simple.
*/
rldicl. r6,r3,64-1,64-2 /* r6 = (r3 & 0x3) >> 1 */
beq .Lcopy_aligned
li r7,4
sub r6,r7,r6
mtctr r6
1:
source; lhz r6,0(r3) /* align to doubleword */
subi r5,r5,2
91: sth r6,4(r4)
addi r4,r4,2
addc r0,r0,r6
srwi. r6,r5,2 /* # words to do */
beq 3f
1: mtctr r6
82: lwzu r6,4(r3) /* the bdnz has zero overhead, so it should */
92: stwu r6,4(r4) /* be unnecessary to unroll this loop */
adde r0,r0,r6
bdnz 82b
andi. r5,r5,3
3: cmpwi 0,r5,2
blt+ 4f
83: lhz r6,4(r3)
addi r3,r3,2
subi r5,r5,2
93: sth r6,4(r4)
adde r0,r0,r6
dest; sth r6,0(r4)
addi r4,r4,2
bdnz 1b
.Lcopy_aligned:
/*
* We unroll the loop such that each iteration is 64 bytes with an
* entry and exit limb of 64 bytes, meaning a minimum size of
* 128 bytes.
*/
srdi. r6,r5,7
beq .Lcopy_tail_doublewords /* len < 128 */
srdi r6,r5,6
subi r6,r6,1
mtctr r6
stdu r1,-STACKFRAMESIZE(r1)
std r14,STK_REG(r14)(r1)
std r15,STK_REG(r15)(r1)
std r16,STK_REG(r16)(r1)
source; ld r6,0(r3)
source; ld r9,8(r3)
source; ld r10,16(r3)
source; ld r11,24(r3)
/*
* On POWER6 and POWER7 back to back addes take 2 cycles because of
* the XER dependency. This means the fastest this loop can go is
* 16 cycles per iteration. The scheduling of the loop below has
* been shown to hit this on both POWER6 and POWER7.
*/
.align 5
2:
adde r0,r0,r6
source; ld r12,32(r3)
source; ld r14,40(r3)
adde r0,r0,r9
source; ld r15,48(r3)
source; ld r16,56(r3)
addi r3,r3,64
adde r0,r0,r10
dest; std r6,0(r4)
dest; std r9,8(r4)
adde r0,r0,r11
dest; std r10,16(r4)
dest; std r11,24(r4)
adde r0,r0,r12
dest; std r12,32(r4)
dest; std r14,40(r4)
adde r0,r0,r14
dest; std r15,48(r4)
dest; std r16,56(r4)
addi r4,r4,64
adde r0,r0,r15
source; ld r6,0(r3)
source; ld r9,8(r3)
adde r0,r0,r16
source; ld r10,16(r3)
source; ld r11,24(r3)
bdnz 2b
adde r0,r0,r6
4: cmpwi 0,r5,1
bne+ 5f
84: lbz r6,4(r3)
94: stb r6,4(r4)
slwi r6,r6,8 /* Upper byte of word */
source; ld r12,32(r3)
source; ld r14,40(r3)
adde r0,r0,r9
source; ld r15,48(r3)
source; ld r16,56(r3)
addi r3,r3,64
adde r0,r0,r10
dest; std r6,0(r4)
dest; std r9,8(r4)
adde r0,r0,r11
dest; std r10,16(r4)
dest; std r11,24(r4)
adde r0,r0,r12
dest; std r12,32(r4)
dest; std r14,40(r4)
adde r0,r0,r14
dest; std r15,48(r4)
dest; std r16,56(r4)
addi r4,r4,64
adde r0,r0,r15
adde r0,r0,r16
ld r14,STK_REG(r14)(r1)
ld r15,STK_REG(r15)(r1)
ld r16,STK_REG(r16)(r1)
addi r1,r1,STACKFRAMESIZE
andi. r5,r5,63
.Lcopy_tail_doublewords: /* Up to 127 bytes to go */
srdi. r6,r5,3
beq .Lcopy_tail_word
mtctr r6
3:
source; ld r6,0(r3)
addi r3,r3,8
adde r0,r0,r6
5: addze r3,r0 /* add in final carry (unlikely with 64-bit regs) */
rldicl r4,r3,32,0 /* fold 64 bit value */
add r3,r4,r3
srdi r3,r3,32
blr
dest; std r6,0(r4)
addi r4,r4,8
bdnz 3b
/* These shouldn't go in the fixup section, since that would
cause the ex_table addresses to get out of order. */
andi. r5,r5,7
.globl src_error_1
src_error_1:
li r6,0
subi r5,r5,2
95: sth r6,4(r4)
.Lcopy_tail_word: /* Up to 7 bytes to go */
srdi. r6,r5,2
beq .Lcopy_tail_halfword
source; lwz r6,0(r3)
addi r3,r3,4
adde r0,r0,r6
dest; stw r6,0(r4)
addi r4,r4,4
subi r5,r5,4
.Lcopy_tail_halfword: /* Up to 3 bytes to go */
srdi. r6,r5,1
beq .Lcopy_tail_byte
source; lhz r6,0(r3)
addi r3,r3,2
adde r0,r0,r6
dest; sth r6,0(r4)
addi r4,r4,2
srwi. r6,r5,2
beq 3f
mtctr r6
.globl src_error_2
src_error_2:
li r6,0
96: stwu r6,4(r4)
bdnz 96b
3: andi. r5,r5,3
beq src_error
.globl src_error_3
src_error_3:
li r6,0
mtctr r5
addi r4,r4,3
97: stbu r6,1(r4)
bdnz 97b
.globl src_error
src_error:
subi r5,r5,2
.Lcopy_tail_byte: /* Up to 1 byte to go */
andi. r6,r5,1
beq .Lcopy_finish
source; lbz r6,0(r3)
sldi r9,r6,8 /* Pad the byte out to 16 bits */
adde r0,r0,r9
dest; stb r6,0(r4)
.Lcopy_finish:
addze r0,r0 /* add in final carry */
rldicl r4,r0,32,0 /* fold two 32 bit halves together */
add r3,r4,r0
srdi r3,r3,32
blr
.Lsrc_error:
cmpdi 0,r7,0
beq 1f
beqlr
li r6,-EFAULT
stw r6,0(r7)
1: addze r3,r0
blr
.globl dst_error
dst_error:
.Ldest_error:
cmpdi 0,r8,0
beq 1f
beqlr
li r6,-EFAULT
stw r6,0(r8)
1: addze r3,r0
blr
.section __ex_table,"a"
.align 3
.llong 81b,src_error_1
.llong 91b,dst_error
.llong 82b,src_error_2
.llong 92b,dst_error
.llong 83b,src_error_3
.llong 93b,dst_error
.llong 84b,src_error_3
.llong 94b,dst_error
.llong 95b,dst_error
.llong 96b,dst_error
.llong 97b,dst_error
/*
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
* Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
*
* Copyright (C) IBM Corporation, 2010
*
* Author: Anton Blanchard <anton@au.ibm.com>
*/
#include <linux/module.h>
#include <linux/compiler.h>
#include <linux/types.h>
#include <asm/checksum.h>
#include <asm/uaccess.h>
__wsum csum_and_copy_from_user(const void __user *src, void *dst,
int len, __wsum sum, int *err_ptr)
{
unsigned int csum;
might_sleep();
*err_ptr = 0;
if (!len) {
csum = 0;
goto out;
}
if (unlikely((len < 0) || !access_ok(VERIFY_READ, src, len))) {
*err_ptr = -EFAULT;
csum = (__force unsigned int)sum;
goto out;
}
csum = csum_partial_copy_generic((void __force *)src, dst,
len, sum, err_ptr, NULL);
if (unlikely(*err_ptr)) {
int missing = __copy_from_user(dst, src, len);
if (missing) {
memset(dst + len - missing, 0, missing);
*err_ptr = -EFAULT;
} else {
*err_ptr = 0;
}
csum = csum_partial(dst, len, sum);
}
out:
return (__force __wsum)csum;
}
EXPORT_SYMBOL(csum_and_copy_from_user);
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