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authorVincent Guittot <vincent.guittot@linaro.org>2015-01-15 11:09:27 +0100
committerRobin Randhawa <robin.randhawa@arm.com>2015-04-09 12:26:12 +0100
commitd0acdd404aff50bbe8b4b2deea50674f87bf8d07 (patch)
tree1c2e0b1f226d3db8544a3b10959bfa80089c8a36
parentefb9a9b020bcc925840d95b250038bd387d41a95 (diff)
downloadkernel-d0acdd404aff50bbe8b4b2deea50674f87bf8d07.tar.gz
sched: get CPU's usage statistic
Monitor the usage level of each group of each sched_domain level. The usage is the portion of cpu_capacity_orig that is currently used on a CPU or group of CPUs. We use the utilization_load_avg to evaluate the usage level of each group. The utilization_load_avg only takes into account the running time of the CFS tasks on a CPU with a maximum value of SCHED_LOAD_SCALE when the CPU is fully utilized. Nevertheless, we must cap utilization_load_avg which can be temporaly greater than SCHED_LOAD_SCALE after the migration of a task on this CPU and until the metrics are stabilized. The utilization_load_avg is in the range [0..SCHED_LOAD_SCALE] to reflect the running load on the CPU whereas the available capacity for the CFS task is in the range [0..cpu_capacity_orig]. In order to test if a CPU is fully utilized by CFS tasks, we have to scale the utilization in the cpu_capacity_orig range of the CPU to get the usage of the latter. The usage can then be compared with the available capacity (ie cpu_capacity) to deduct the usage level of a CPU. The frequency scaling invariance of the usage is not taken into account in this patch, it will be solved in another patch which will deal with frequency scaling invariance on the running_load_avg. Signed-off-by: Vincent Guittot <vincent.guittot@linaro.org>
-rw-r--r--kernel/sched/fair.c29
1 files changed, 29 insertions, 0 deletions
diff --git a/kernel/sched/fair.c b/kernel/sched/fair.c
index 6a6577002dde..8887f21f692d 100644
--- a/kernel/sched/fair.c
+++ b/kernel/sched/fair.c
@@ -4479,6 +4479,33 @@ next:
done:
return target;
}
+/*
+ * get_cpu_usage returns the amount of capacity of a CPU that is used by CFS
+ * tasks. The unit of the return value must capacity so we can compare the
+ * usage with the capacity of the CPU that is available for CFS task (ie
+ * cpu_capacity).
+ * cfs.utilization_load_avg is the sum of running time of runnable tasks on a
+ * CPU. It represents the amount of utilization of a CPU in the range
+ * [0..SCHED_LOAD_SCALE]. The usage of a CPU can't be higher than the full
+ * capacity of the CPU because it's about the running time on this CPU.
+ * Nevertheless, cfs.utilization_load_avg can be higher than SCHED_LOAD_SCALE
+ * because of unfortunate rounding in avg_period and running_load_avg or just
+ * after migrating tasks until the average stabilizes with the new running
+ * time. So we need to check that the usage stays into the range
+ * [0..cpu_capacity_orig] and cap if necessary.
+ * Without capping the usage, a group could be seen as overloaded (CPU0 usage
+ * at 121% + CPU1 usage at 80%) whereas CPU1 has 20% of available capacity/
+ */
+static int get_cpu_usage(int cpu)
+{
+ unsigned long usage = cpu_rq(cpu)->cfs.utilization_load_avg;
+ unsigned long capacity = capacity_orig_of(cpu);
+
+ if (usage >= SCHED_LOAD_SCALE)
+ return capacity;
+
+ return (usage * capacity) >> SCHED_LOAD_SHIFT;
+}
/*
* select_task_rq_fair: Select target runqueue for the waking task in domains
@@ -5482,6 +5509,7 @@ struct sg_lb_stats {
unsigned long sum_weighted_load; /* Weighted load of group's tasks */
unsigned long load_per_task;
unsigned long group_capacity;
+ unsigned long group_usage; /* Total usage of the group */
unsigned int sum_nr_running; /* Nr tasks running in the group */
unsigned int group_capacity_factor;
unsigned int idle_cpus;
@@ -5823,6 +5851,7 @@ static inline void update_sg_lb_stats(struct lb_env *env,
load = source_load(i, load_idx);
sgs->group_load += load;
+ sgs->group_usage += get_cpu_usage(i);
sgs->sum_nr_running += rq->cfs.h_nr_running;
sgs->sum_weighted_load += weighted_cpuload(i);
if (idle_cpu(i))