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Date:   Fri, 17 Jul 2020 13:53:51 -0400
From:   Steven Rostedt <rostedt@...dmis.org>
To:     Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo <acme@...nel.org>
Cc:     Changbin Du <changbin.du@...il.com>,
        Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo <arnaldo.melo@...il.com>,
        Jiri Olsa <jolsa@...hat.com>,
        Peter Zijlstra <peterz@...radead.org>,
        Ingo Molnar <mingo@...hat.com>,
        Namhyung Kim <namhyung@...nel.org>,
        linux-kernel@...r.kernel.org
Subject: Re: [PATCH v5 03/17] perf ftrace: add option -t/--tid to filter by
 thread id

On Fri, 17 Jul 2020 14:40:53 -0300
Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo <acme@...nel.org> wrote:

> Say you use:
> 
> ^C[root@...andy ~]# cyclictest --smp -um -p95
> # /dev/cpu_dma_latency set to 0us
> policy: fifo: loadavg: 0.05 0.03 0.06 2/409 29072
> 
> T: 0 (29065) P:95 I:1000 C:    518 Min:      2 Act:    2 Avg:    2 Max:       6
> T: 1 (29066) P:95 I:1500 C:    343 Min:      2 Act:    2 Avg:    2 Max:       5
> T: 2 (29067) P:95 I:2000 C:    256 Min:      2 Act:    2 Avg:    2 Max:       7
> T: 3 (29068) P:95 I:2500 C:    203 Min:      2 Act:    2 Avg:    2 Max:       5
> T: 4 (29069) P:95 I:3000 C:    168 Min:      2 Act:    2 Avg:    3 Max:       6
> T: 5 (29070) P:95 I:3500 C:    143 Min:      2 Act:    2 Avg:    2 Max:       6
> T: 6 (29071) P:95 I:4000 C:    124 Min:      2 Act:    2 Avg:    2 Max:       7
> T: 7 (29072) P:95 I:4500 C:    110 Min:      2 Act:    2 Avg:    2 Max:
> 
> Then we do:
> 
> # pidof cyclictest
> 29064
> #
> 
> If we use:
> 
> [root@...andy ~]# perf record --pid 29064
> ^C[ perf record: Woken up 1 times to write data ]
> [ perf record: Captured and wrote 0.052 MB perf.data (866 samples) ]
> 
> [root@...andy ~]# perf report --task
> #      pid      tid     ppid  comm
>          0        0       -1 |swapper
>      29064    29064       -1 |cyclictest
>      29064    29065       -1 |cyclictest
>      29064    29066       -1 |cyclictest
>      29064    29067       -1 |cyclictest
>      29064    29068       -1 |cyclictest
>      29064    29069       -1 |cyclictest
>      29064    29070       -1 |cyclictest
>      29064    29071       -1 |cyclictest
>      29064    29072       -1 |cyclictest
> [root@...andy ~]#

"ftrace" is inside the kernel. But you could specify all those PIDs in
the set_ftrace_pid and set_event_pid files, and they will be traced. If
you want to trace the children of those PIDs, you would need to set the
options function function-fork and event-fork respectively. And then
any time a process with a pid in the set_ftrace_pid or set_event_pid
file forks, its child will also be added to that file and it too will
be traced. If the fork options are set, then when a task exits, its pid
will be removed from the file.

 echo 1 > options/function-fork
 echo 1 > options/event-fork


> 
> If we are interested only on the thread running on CPU3 we can do:
> 
> [root@...andy ~]# perf report --task
> #      pid      tid     ppid  comm
>          0        0       -1 |swapper
>      29064    29064       -1 |cyclictest
>      29064    29068       -1 |cyclictest
> [root@...andy ~]#
> 
> The first 29064 is just to have info on who created 29068, i.e.:
> 
> Its just the synthesized info for 29068 creator:
> 
> [root@...andy ~]# perf report -D | grep -w 29064/29064
> 0 0x4690 [0x30]: PERF_RECORD_COMM: cyclictest:29064/29064
> 0 0x46c0 [0x70]: PERF_RECORD_MMAP2 29064/29064: [0x400000(0xa000) @ 0 fd:00 136246288 0]: r-xp /usr/bin/cyclictest
> 0 0x4730 [0x80]: PERF_RECORD_MMAP2 29064/29064: [0x7f990f505000(0x15000) @ 0 fd:00 201479398 0]: r-xp /usr/lib64/libgcc_s-4.8.5-20150702.so.1
> 0 0x47b0 [0x70]: PERF_RECORD_MMAP2 29064/29064: [0x7f990f71b000(0x1c3000) @ 0 fd:00 201334455 0]: r-xp /usr/lib64/libc-2.17.so
> 0 0x4820 [0x78]: PERF_RECORD_MMAP2 29064/29064: [0x7f990fae9000(0xa000) @ 0 fd:00 204604380 0]: r-xp /usr/lib64/libnuma.so.1.0.0
> 0 0x4898 [0x78]: PERF_RECORD_MMAP2 29064/29064: [0x7f990fcf5000(0x17000) @ 0 fd:00 201335636 0]: r-xp /usr/lib64/libpthread-2.17.so
> 0 0x4910 [0x78]: PERF_RECORD_MMAP2 29064/29064: [0x7f990ff11000(0x7000) @ 0 fd:00 201335640 0]: r-xp /usr/lib64/librt-2.17.so
> 0 0x4988 [0x70]: PERF_RECORD_MMAP2 29064/29064: [0x7f9910119000(0x22000) @ 0 fd:00 203595299 0]: r-xp /usr/lib64/ld-2.17.so
> 0 0x49f8 [0x60]: PERF_RECORD_MMAP2 29064/29064: [0x7fff0b52d000(0x2000) @ 0 00:00 0 0]: r-xp [vdso]
> 0 0x4a58 [0x68]: PERF_RECORD_MMAP2 29064/29064: [0xffffffffff600000(0x1000) @ 0 00:00 0 0]: r-xp [vsyscall]
> [root@...andy ~]#
> 
> No PERF_RECORD_SAMPLEs.
> 
> Those are only for:
> 
> [root@...andy ~]# perf report -D | grep PERF_RECORD_SAMPLE | head -5
> 147224656598815 0x4ac0 [0x28]: PERF_RECORD_SAMPLE(IP, 0x4001): 29064/29068: 0xffffffffa8e5b568 period: 1 addr: 0
> 147224656606270 0x4ae8 [0x28]: PERF_RECORD_SAMPLE(IP, 0x4001): 29064/29068: 0xffffffffa8e5b568 period: 1 addr: 0
> 147224656611284 0x4b10 [0x28]: PERF_RECORD_SAMPLE(IP, 0x4001): 29064/29068: 0xffffffffa8e5b568 period: 5 addr: 0
> 147224656616225 0x4b38 [0x28]: PERF_RECORD_SAMPLE(IP, 0x4001): 29064/29068: 0xffffffffa8e5b568 period: 35 addr: 0
> 147224656621152 0x4b60 [0x28]: PERF_RECORD_SAMPLE(IP, 0x4001): 29064/29068: 0xffffffffa8e5b568 period: 252 addr: 0
> [root@...andy ~]#
> 
> [root@...andy ~]# perf report -D | grep PERF_RECORD_SAMPLE | cut -d: -f3 | sort -u
>  29064/29068

The above can somewhat be done in trace-cmd, but not fully. But that's
all userspace commands, nothing with the kernel.

> [root@...andy ~]#
> 
> Is there a way in ftrace to ask for a pid and its children? Pre-existing
> and and new ones the --pid specified will create after we start
> monitoring?
> 

As described above, yes. :-)

-- Steve

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