Re: [PATCH v6 0/6] V4L2 Explicit Synchronization
From: Mauro Carvalho Chehab
Date: Thu Dec 21 2017 - 13:49:52 EST
Em Mon, 11 Dec 2017 16:27:35 -0200
Gustavo Padovan <gustavo@xxxxxxxxxxx> escreveu:
> From: Gustavo Padovan <gustavo.padovan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> One more iteration of the explicit fences patches, please refer
> to the previous version for more details about the general
> This version makes the patchset and the implementation much more
> simple, to start we are not using a ordered capability anymore,
> but instead we have a VIDIOC_ENUM_FMT flag to tell when the
> queue in not ordered. Drivers with ordered queues/formats don't
> need implement anything. See patches 1 and 2 for more details.
> The implementation of in-fences and out-fences were condensed in
> just patches 4 and 5, making it more self-contained and easy to
> understand. See the patches for detailed changelog.
> Please review! Thanks.
As I was afraid, the changes at the VB2 core makes it non-generic,
breaking support for the DVB VB2 patchset. That's a branch with
both patchsets applied:
With the explicit fences patchset, the DVB streaming breaks:
$ sudo perf stat dvbv5-zap -c ~/dvb_channel.conf "TV Brasilia RedeTV!" -o /dev/null -t120 -R
Usando demux 'dvb0.demux0'
lendo canais do arquivo '/home/mchehab/dvb_channel.conf'
sintonizando em 557142857 Hz
PID de vÃdeo 273
PID de Ãudio 274
Travado (0x1f) Sinal= -85,22dBm C/N= 18,57dB UCB= 8589933955 pÃs-BER= 0
Travado (0x1f) Sinal= -85,24dBm C/N= 18,57dB UCB= 8589933955 pÃs-BER= 0
GravaÃÃo iniciada para o arquivo '/dev/null'
ERRO:DMX_REQBUFS failed: error=-1 (Invalid argument)
ERRO:[stream_to_file] Failed to setup buffers!!! (Invalid argument)
copied 0 bytes (0 Kbytes/sec)
Travado (0x1f) Sinal= -85,25dBm C/N= 18,57dB UCB= 8589933955 pÃs-BER= 0
Performance counter stats for 'dvbv5-zap -c /home/mchehab/dvb_channel.conf TV Brasilia RedeTV! -o /dev/null -t120 -R':
7.001647 task-clock-msecs # 0.003 CPUs
251 context-switches # 0.036 M/sec
18 CPU-migrations # 0.003 M/sec
181 page-faults # 0.026 M/sec
17001058 cycles # 2428.151 M/sec
11342660 instructions # 0.667 IPC
349075 cache-references # 49.856 M/sec
70802 cache-misses # 10.112 M/sec
2.133343557 seconds time elapsed
It also breaks support on V4L2, when fences is not used:
I don't have a serial console on this machine to print what's
wrong, but clearly there's something not right there :-)