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Subject[PATCHv6 0/3] rdmacg: IB/core: rdma controller support
Currently user space applications can easily take away all the rdma
device specific resources such as AH, CQ, QP, MR etc. Due to which other
applications in other cgroup or kernel space ULPs may not even get chance
to allocate any rdma resources. This results into service unavailibility.

RDMA cgroup addresses this issue by allowing resource accounting,
limit enforcement on per cgroup, per rdma device basis.

Resources are not defined by the RDMA cgroup. Resources are defined
by RDMA/IB stack. This allows rdma cgroup to remain constant while RDMA/IB
stack can evolve without the need of rdma cgroup update. A new
resource can be easily added by the RDMA/IB stack without touching
rdma cgroup.

RDMA uverbs layer will enforce limits on well defined RDMA verb
resources without any HCA vendor device driver involvement.

RDMA uverbs layer will not do accounting of hw vendor specific resources.
Instead rdma cgroup provides set of APIs through which vendor specific
drivers can do resource accounting by making use of rdma cgroup.

Resource limit enforcement is hierarchical.

When process is migrated with active RDMA resources, rdma cgroup
continues to uncharge original cgroup for allocated resource. New resource
is charged to current process's cgroup, which means if the process is
migrated with active resources, for new resources it will be charged to
new cgroup and old resources will be correctly uncharged from old cgroup.

Changes from v5:
* (To address comments from Tejun)
1. Removed two type of resource pool, made is single type (as Tejun
described in past comment)
2. Removed match tokens and have array definition like "qp", "mr",
"cq" etc.
3. Wrote small parser and avoided match_token API as that won't work
due to different array definitions
4. Removed one-off remove API to unconfigure cgroup, instead all
resource should be set to max.
5. Removed resource pool type (user/default), instead having
max_num_cnt, when ref_cnt drops to zero and
max_num_cnt = total_rescource_cnt, pool is freed.
6. Resource definition ownership is now only with IB stack at single
header file, no longer in each low level driver.
This goes through IB maintainer and other reviewers eyes.
This continue to give flexibility to not force kernel upgrade for
few enums additions for new resource type.
7. Wherever possible pool lock is pushed out, except for hierarchical
charging/unchanging points, as it not possible to do so, due to
iterative process involves blocking allocations of rpool. Coming up
more levels up to release locks doesn't make any sense either.
This is anyway slow path where rpool is not allocated. Except for
typical first resource allocation, this is less travelled path.
8. Avoided %d manipulation due to removal of match_token and replaced
with seq_putc etc friend functions.
* Other minor cleanups.
* Fixed rdmacg_register_device to return error in case of IB stack
tries to register for than 64 resources.
* Fixed not allowing negative value on resource setting.
* Fixed cleaning up resource pools during device removal.
* Simplfied and rename table length field to use ARRAY_SIZE macro.
* Updated documentation to reflect single resource pool and shorter
file names.

Changes from v4:
* Fixed compilation errors for lockdep_assert_held reported by kbuild
test robot
* Fixed compilation warning reported by coccinelle for extra
* Fixed compilation error for inclusion of linux/parser.h which
cannot be included in any header file, as that triggers multiple
inclusion error. parser.h is included in C files which intent to
use it.
* Removed unused header file inclusion in cgroup_rdma.c

Changes from v3:
* (To address comments from Tejun)
1. Renamed cg_resource to rdmacg_resource
2. Merged dealloc_cg_rpool and _dealloc_cg_rpool to single function
3. Renamed _find_cg_rpool to find_cg_rpool_locked()
5. Removed RDMACG_MAX_RESOURCE_INDEX limitation
6. Fixed few alignments.
7. Improved description for RDMA cgroup configuration menu
8. Renamed cg_list_lock to rpool_list_lock to reflect the lock
is for rpools.
9. Renamed _get_cg_rpool to find_cg_rpool.
10. Made creator as int variable, instead of atomic as its not
required to be atomic.
* Fixed freeing right rpool during query_limit error path
* Added copywrite for cgroup.c
* Removed including parser.h from cgroup.c as its included by cgroup_rdma.h
* Reduced try_charge functions to single function and removed duplicate

Changes from v2:
* Fixed compilation error reported by 0-DAY kernel test infrastructure
for m68k architecture where CONFIG_CGROUP is also not defined.
* Fixed comment in patch to refer to legacy mode of cgroup, changed to
refer to v1 and v2 version.
* Added more information in commit log for rdma controller patch.

Changes from v1:
* (To address comments from Tejun)
a. reduces 3 patches to single patch
b. removed resource word from the cgroup configuration files
c. changed cgroup configuration file names to match other cgroups
d. removed .list file and merged functionality with .max file
* Based on comment to merge to single patch for rdma controller;
IB/core patches are reduced to single patch.
* Removed pid cgroup map and simplified design -
Charge/Uncharge caller stack keeps track of the rdmacg for
given resource. This removes the need to maintain and perform
hash lookup. This also allows little more accurate resource
charging/uncharging when process moved from one to other cgroup
with active resources and continue to allocate more.
* Critical fix: Removed rdma cgroup's dependency on the kernel module
header files to avoid crashes when modules are upgraded without kernel
upgrade, which is very common due to high amount of changes in IB stack
and it is also shipped as individual kernel modules.
* uboject extended to keep track of the owner rdma cgroup, so that same
rdmacg can be used while uncharging.
* Added support functions to hide details of rdmacg device in uverbs
modules for cases of cgroup enabled/disabled at compile time. This
avoids multiple ifdefs for every API in uverbs layer.
* Removed failure counters in first patch, which will be added once
initial feature is merged.
* Fixed stale rpool access which is getting freed, while doing
configuration to rdma.verb.max file.
* Fixed rpool resource leak while querying max, current values.

Changes from v0:
(To address comments from Haggai, Doug, Liran, Tejun, Sean, Jason)
* Redesigned to support per device per cgroup limit settings by bringing
concept of resource pool.
* Redesigned to let IB stack define the resources instead of rdma
controller using resource template.
* Redesigned to support hw vendor specific limits setting
(optional to drivers).
* Created new rdma controller instead of piggyback on device cgroup.
* Fixed race conditions for multiple tasks sharing rdma resources.
* Removed dependency on the task_struct.

Patch 2/3 fails to merge with Doug's tree as it has different code.
It requires manual merge.
I will generate separate patch for Doug's tree for linux-rdma for
just patch 2/3 to avoid merge conflict once we complete overall

Parav Pandit (3):
rdmacg: Added rdma cgroup controller
IB/core: added support to use rdma cgroup controller
rdmacg: Added documentation for rdmacg

Documentation/cgroup-v1/rdma.txt | 106 +++++
Documentation/cgroup-v2.txt | 33 ++
drivers/infiniband/core/Makefile | 1 +
drivers/infiniband/core/cgroup.c | 114 +++++
drivers/infiniband/core/core_priv.h | 36 ++
drivers/infiniband/core/device.c | 16 +
drivers/infiniband/core/uverbs_cmd.c | 164 +++++++-
drivers/infiniband/core/uverbs_main.c | 19 +
include/linux/cgroup_rdma.h | 53 +++
include/linux/cgroup_subsys.h | 4 +
include/rdma/ib_verbs.h | 30 +-
init/Kconfig | 10 +
kernel/Makefile | 1 +
kernel/cgroup_rdma.c | 753 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
14 files changed, 1324 insertions(+), 16 deletions(-)
create mode 100644 Documentation/cgroup-v1/rdma.txt
create mode 100644 drivers/infiniband/core/cgroup.c
create mode 100644 include/linux/cgroup_rdma.h
create mode 100644 kernel/cgroup_rdma.c


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