Re: [PATCH v3 0/6] ARCv2 port to Linux - (C) perf
From: Alexey Brodkin
Date: Wed Aug 26 2015 - 08:07:18 EST
On Mon, 2015-08-24 at 17:20 +-0300, Alexey Brodkin wrote:
+AD4- Hi Peter,
+AD4- This mini-series adds perf support for ARCv2 based cores, which brings in
+AD4- overflow interupts and SMP. Additionally now raw events are supported as well.
+AD4- Please review +ACE-
+AD4- Compared to v2 this series has:
+AD4- +AFs-1+AF0- Removed patch with raw-events support.
+AD4- It needs some rework and let's then discuss it separately.
+AD4- Still I plan to send it shortly.
+AD4- +AFs-2+AF0- Merged +ACI-set usable max period as a half of real max period+ACI- into
+AD4- +ACI-implement +ACI-event+AF8-set+AF8-period+ACI-.
+AD4- +AFs-3+AF0- Fixed arc+AF8-pmu+AF8-event+AF8-set+AF8-period() in regard of incorrect
+AD4- +ACI-hwc-+AD4-period+AF8-left+ACI- setup.
+AD4- +AFs-4+AF0- Moved interrupts enabling from arc+AF8-pmu+AF8-add() to arc+AF8-pmu+AF8-start()
+AD4- Compared to v1 this series has:
+AD4- +AFs-1+AF0- Addressed review comments
+AD4- +AFs-2+AF0- More verbose commit messages and comments in sources
+AD4- +AFs-3+AF0- Minor cosmetics
+AD4- Alexey Brodkin (4):
+AD4- ARCv2: perf: implement +ACI-event+AF8-set+AF8-period+ACI-
+AD4- ARCv2: perf: Support sampling events using overflow interrupts
+AD4- ARCv2: perf: implement exclusion of event counting in user or kernel
+AD4- ARCv2: perf: SMP support
+AD4- Vineet Gupta (2):
+AD4- ARC: perf: cap the number of counters to hardware max of 32
+AD4- ARCv2: perf: Finally introduce HS perf unit
+AD4- .../devicetree/bindings/arc/archs-pct.txt +AHw- 17 +-+-
+AD4- MAINTAINERS +AHw- 2 +--
+AD4- arch/arc/include/asm/perf+AF8-event.h +AHw- 21 +--
+AD4- arch/arc/kernel/perf+AF8-event.c +AHw- 271 +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+----
+AD4- 4 files changed, 275 insertions(+-), 36 deletions(-)
+AD4- create mode 100644 Documentation/devicetree/bindings/arc/archs-pct.txt
Any chance for this re-spin to be reviewed sometime soon?
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