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SubjectRe: [PATCH RFC 1/1] genirq: Make threaded handler use irq affinity for managed interrupt
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On 13/12/2019 13:18, Ming Lei wrote:

Hi Ming,

>
> On Fri, Dec 13, 2019 at 11:12:49AM +0000, John Garry wrote:
>> Hi Ming,
>>
>>>> I am running some NVMe perf tests with Marc's patch.
>>>
>>> We need to confirm that if Marc's patch works as expected, could you
>>> collect log via the attached script?
>>
>> As immediately below, I see this on vanilla mainline, so let's see what the
>> issue is without that patch.
>
> IMO, the interrupt load needs to be distributed as what X86 IRQ matrix
> does. If the ARM64 server doesn't do that, the 1st step should align to
> that.

That would make sense. But still, I would like to think that a CPU could
sink the interrupts from 2x queues.

>
> Also do you pass 'use_threaded_interrupts=1' in your test?

When I set this, then, as I anticipated, no lockup. But IOPS drops from
~ 1M IOPS->800K.

>
>>
>>> >
>>> You never provide the test details(how many drives, how many disks
>>> attached to each drive) as I asked, so I can't comment on the reason,
>>> also no reason shows that the patch is a good fix.
>>
>> So I have only 2x ES3000 V3s. This looks like the same one:
>> https://actfornet.com/HUAWEI_SERVER_DOCS/PCIeSSD/Huawei%20ES3000%20V3%20NVMe%20PCIe%20SSD%20Data%20Sheet.pdf
>>
>>>
>>> My theory is simple, so far, the CPU is still much quicker than
>>> current storage in case that IO aren't from multiple disks which are
>>> connected to same drive.
>>

[...]

>> irq 98, cpu list 88-91, effective list 88
>> irq 99, cpu list 92-95, effective list 92
>
> The above log shows there are two nvme drives, each drive has 24 hw
> queues.
>
> Also the system has 96 cores, and 96 > 24 * 2, so if everything is fine,
> each hw queue can be assigned one unique effective CPU for handling
> the queue's interrupt.
>
> Because arm64's gic driver doesn't distribute irq's effective cpu affinity,
> each hw queue is assigned same CPU to handle its interrupt.
>
> As you saw, the detected RCU stall is on CPU0, which is for handling
> both irq 77 and irq 100.
>
> Please apply Marc's patch and observe if unique effective CPU is
> assigned to each hw queue's irq.
>

Same issue:

979826] hid-generic 0003:12D1:0003.0002: input: USB HID v1.10 Mouse
[Keyboard/Mouse KVM 1.1.0] on usb-0000:7a:01.0-2.1/input1
[ 38.772536] IRQ25 CPU14 -> CPU3
[ 38.777138] IRQ58 CPU8 -> CPU17
[ 119.499459] rcu: INFO: rcu_preempt self-detected stall on CPU
[ 119.505202] rcu: 16-....: (1 GPs behind)
idle=a8a/1/0x4000000000000002 softirq=952/1211 fqs=2625
[ 119.514188] (t=5253 jiffies g=2613 q=4573)
[ 119.514193] Task dump for CPU 16:
[ 119.514197] ksoftirqd/16 R running task 0 91 2
0x0000002a
[ 119.514206] Call trace:
[ 119.514224] dump_backtrace+0x0/0x1a0
[ 119.514228] show_stack+0x14/0x20
[ 119.514236] sched_show_task+0x164/0x1a0
[ 119.514240] dump_cpu_task+0x40/0x2e8
[ 119.514245] rcu_dump_cpu_stacks+0xa0/0xe0
[ 119.514247] rcu_sched_clock_irq+0x6d8/0xaa8
[ 119.514251] update_process_times+0x2c/0x50
[ 119.514258] tick_sched_handle.isra.14+0x30/0x50
[ 119.514261] tick_sched_timer+0x48/0x98
[ 119.514264] __hrtimer_run_queues+0x120/0x1b8
[ 119.514266] hrtimer_interrupt+0xd4/0x250
[ 119.514277] arch_timer_handler_phys+0x28/0x40
[ 119.514280] handle_percpu_devid_irq+0x80/0x140
[ 119.514283] generic_handle_irq+0x24/0x38
[ 119.514285] __handle_domain_irq+0x5c/0xb0
[ 119.514299] gic_handle_irq+0x5c/0x148
[ 119.514301] el1_irq+0xb8/0x180
[ 119.514305] load_balance+0x478/0xb98
[ 119.514308] rebalance_domains+0x1cc/0x2f8
[ 119.514311] run_rebalance_domains+0x78/0xe0
[ 119.514313] efi_header_end+0x114/0x234
[ 119.514317] run_ksoftirqd+0x38/0x48
[ 119.514322] smpboot_thread_fn+0x16c/0x270
[ 119.514324] kthread+0x118/0x120
[ 119.514326] ret_from_fork+0x10/0x18
john@ubuntu:~$ ./dump-io-irq-affinity
kernel version:
Linux ubuntu 5.5.0-rc1-00003-g7adc5d7ec1ca-dirty #1440 SMP PREEMPT Fri
Dec 13 14:53:19 GMT 2019 aarch64 aarch64 aarch64 GNU/Linux
PCI name is 04:00.0: nvme0n1
irq 56, cpu list 75, effective list 5
irq 60, cpu list 24-28, effective list 10
irq 61, cpu list 29-33, effective list 7
irq 62, cpu list 34-38, effective list 5
irq 63, cpu list 39-43, effective list 6
irq 64, cpu list 44-47, effective list 8
irq 65, cpu list 48-51, effective list 9
irq 66, cpu list 52-55, effective list 10
irq 67, cpu list 56-59, effective list 11
irq 68, cpu list 60-63, effective list 12
irq 69, cpu list 64-67, effective list 13
irq 70, cpu list 68-71, effective list 14
irq 71, cpu list 72-75, effective list 15
irq 72, cpu list 76-79, effective list 16
irq 73, cpu list 80-83, effective list 17
irq 74, cpu list 84-87, effective list 18
irq 75, cpu list 88-91, effective list 19
irq 76, cpu list 92-95, effective list 20
irq 77, cpu list 0-3, effective list 3
irq 78, cpu list 4-7, effective list 4
irq 79, cpu list 8-11, effective list 8
irq 80, cpu list 12-15, effective list 12
irq 81, cpu list 16-19, effective list 16
irq 82, cpu list 20-23, effective list 23
PCI name is 81:00.0: nvme1n1
irq 100, cpu list 0-3, effective list 0
irq 101, cpu list 4-7, effective list 5
irq 102, cpu list 8-11, effective list 9
irq 103, cpu list 12-15, effective list 13
irq 104, cpu list 16-19, effective list 17
irq 105, cpu list 20-23, effective list 21
irq 57, cpu list 63, effective list 7
irq 83, cpu list 24-28, effective list 5
irq 84, cpu list 29-33, effective list 6
irq 85, cpu list 34-38, effective list 8
irq 86, cpu list 39-43, effective list 9
irq 87, cpu list 44-47, effective list 10
irq 88, cpu list 48-51, effective list 11
irq 89, cpu list 52-55, effective list 12
irq 90, cpu list 56-59, effective list 13
irq 91, cpu list 60-63, effective list 14
irq 92, cpu list 64-67, effective list 15
irq 93, cpu list 68-71, effective list 16
irq 94, cpu list 72-75, effective list 17
irq 95, cpu list 76-79, effective list 18
irq 96, cpu list 80-83, effective list 19
irq 97, cpu list 84-87, effective list 20
irq 98, cpu list 88-91, effective list 21
irq 99, cpu list 92-95, effective list 22
john@ubuntu:~$

but you can see that CPU16 is handling irq72, 81, and 93.

> If unique effective CPU is assigned to each hw queue's irq, and the RCU
> stall can still be triggered, let's investigate further, given one single
> ARM64 CPU core should be quick enough to handle IO completion from single
> NVNe drive.

If I remove the code for bring the affinity within the ITS numa node
mask - as Marc hinted - then I still get a lockup, but we still we have
CPUs serving multiple interrupts:

116.166881] rcu: INFO: rcu_preempt self-detected stall on CPU
[ 116.181432] Task dump for CPU 4:
[ 116.181502] Task dump for CPU 8:
john@ubuntu:~$ ./dump-io-irq-affinity
kernel version:
Linux ubuntu 5.5.0-rc1-00003-g7adc5d7ec1ca-dirty #1443 SMP PREEMPT Fri
Dec 13 15:29:55 GMT 2019 aarch64 aarch64 aarch64 GNU/Linux
PCI name is 04:00.0: nvme0n1
irq 56, cpu list 75, effective list 75
irq 60, cpu list 24-28, effective list 25
irq 61, cpu list 29-33, effective list 29
irq 62, cpu list 34-38, effective list 34
irq 63, cpu list 39-43, effective list 39
irq 64, cpu list 44-47, effective list 44
irq 65, cpu list 48-51, effective list 49
irq 66, cpu list 52-55, effective list 55
irq 67, cpu list 56-59, effective list 56
irq 68, cpu list 60-63, effective list 61
irq 69, cpu list 64-67, effective list 64
irq 70, cpu list 68-71, effective list 68
irq 71, cpu list 72-75, effective list 73
irq 72, cpu list 76-79, effective list 76
irq 73, cpu list 80-83, effective list 80
irq 74, cpu list 84-87, effective list 85
irq 75, cpu list 88-91, effective list 88
irq 76, cpu list 92-95, effective list 92
irq 77, cpu list 0-3, effective list 1
irq 78, cpu list 4-7, effective list 4
irq 79, cpu list 8-11, effective list 8
irq 80, cpu list 12-15, effective list 14
irq 81, cpu list 16-19, effective list 16
irq 82, cpu list 20-23, effective list 20
PCI name is 81:00.0: nvme1n1
irq 100, cpu list 0-3, effective list 0
irq 101, cpu list 4-7, effective list 4
irq 102, cpu list 8-11, effective list 8
irq 103, cpu list 12-15, effective list 13
irq 104, cpu list 16-19, effective list 16
irq 105, cpu list 20-23, effective list 20
irq 57, cpu list 63, effective list 63
irq 83, cpu list 24-28, effective list 26
irq 84, cpu list 29-33, effective list 31
irq 85, cpu list 34-38, effective list 35
irq 86, cpu list 39-43, effective list 40
irq 87, cpu list 44-47, effective list 45
irq 88, cpu list 48-51, effective list 50
irq 89, cpu list 52-55, effective list 52
irq 90, cpu list 56-59, effective list 57
irq 91, cpu list 60-63, effective list 62
irq 92, cpu list 64-67, effective list 65
irq 93, cpu list 68-71, effective list 69
irq 94, cpu list 72-75, effective list 74
irq 95, cpu list 76-79, effective list 77
irq 96, cpu list 80-83, effective list 81
irq 97, cpu list 84-87, effective list 86
irq 98, cpu list 88-91, effective list 89
irq 99, cpu list 92-95, effective list 93
john@ubuntu:~$

I'm now thinking that we should just attempt this intelligent CPU
affinity assignment for managed interrupts.

Thanks,
John

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