Commit b1412bd7 authored by Linus Torvalds's avatar Linus Torvalds
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Merge tag 'perf-tools-for-v5.14-2021-07-10' of...

Merge tag 'perf-tools-for-v5.14-2021-07-10' of git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/acme/linux

Pull more perf tool updates from Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo:
 "New features:

   - Enable use of BPF counters with 'perf stat --for-each-cgroup',
     using per-CPU 'cgroup-switch' events with an attached BPF program
     that does aggregation per-cgroup in the kernel instead of using
     per-cgroup perf events.

   - Add Topdown metrics L2 events as default events in 'perf stat' for
     systems having those events.

  Hardware tracing:

   - Add a config for max loops without consuming a packet in the Intel
     PT packet decoder, set via 'perf config intel-pt.max-loops=N'

  Hardware enablement:

   - Disable misleading NMI watchdog message in 'perf stat' on hybrid
     systems such as Intel Alder Lake.

   - Add a dummy event on hybrid systems to collect metadata records.

   - Add 24x7 nest metric events for the Power10 platform.

  Fixes:

   - Fix event parsing for PMUs starting with the same prefix.

   - Fix the 'perf trace' 'trace' alias installation dir.

   - Fix buffer size to report iregs in perf script python scripts,
     supporting the extended registers in PowerPC.

   - Fix overflow in elf_sec__is_text().

   - Fix 's' on source line when disasm is empty in the annotation TUI,
     accessible via 'perf annotate', 'perf report' and 'perf top'.

   - Plug leaks in scandir() returned dirent entries in 'perf test' when
     sorting the shell tests.

   - Fix --task and --stat with pipe input in 'perf report'.

   - Fix 'perf probe' use of debuginfo files by build id.

   - If a DSO has both dynsym and symtab ELF sections, read from both
     when loading the symbol table, fixing a problem processing Fedora
     32 glibc DSOs.

  Libraries:

   - Add grouping of events to libperf, from code in tools/perf,
     allowing libperf users to use that mode.

  Misc:

   - Filter plt stubs from the 'perf probe --functions' output.

   - Update UAPI header copies for asound, DRM, mman-common.h and the
     ones affected by the quotactl_fd syscall"

* tag 'perf-tools-for-v5.14-2021-07-10' of git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/acme/linux: (29 commits)
  perf test: Add free() calls for scandir() returned dirent entries
  libperf: Add tests for perf_evlist__set_leader()
  libperf: Remove BUG_ON() from library code in get_group_fd()
  libperf: Add group support to perf_evsel__open()
  perf tools: Fix pattern matching for same substring in different PMU type
  perf record: Add a dummy event on hybrid systems to collect metadata records
  perf stat: Add Topdown metrics L2 events as default events
  libperf: Adopt evlist__set_leader() from tools/perf as perf_evlist__set_leader()
  libperf: Move 'nr_groups' from tools/perf to evlist::nr_groups
  libperf: Move 'leader' from tools/perf to perf_evsel::leader
  libperf: Move 'idx' from tools/perf to perf_evsel::idx
  libperf: Change tests to single static and shared binaries
  perf intel-pt: Add a config for max loops without consuming a packet
  perf stat: Disable the NMI watchdog message on hybrid
  perf vendor events power10: Adds 24x7 nest metric events for power10 platform
  perf script python: Fix buffer size to report iregs in perf script
  perf trace: Fix the perf trace link location
  perf top: Fix overflow in elf_sec__is_text()
  perf annotate: Fix 's' on source line when disasm is empty
  perf probe: Do not show @plt function by default
  ...
parents de554096 eb7261f1
......@@ -72,6 +72,9 @@
#define MADV_COLD 20 /* deactivate these pages */
#define MADV_PAGEOUT 21 /* reclaim these pages */
#define MADV_POPULATE_READ 22 /* populate (prefault) page tables readable */
#define MADV_POPULATE_WRITE 23 /* populate (prefault) page tables writable */
/* compatibility flags */
#define MAP_FILE 0
......
......@@ -863,7 +863,8 @@ __SYSCALL(__NR_process_madvise, sys_process_madvise)
__SC_COMP(__NR_epoll_pwait2, sys_epoll_pwait2, compat_sys_epoll_pwait2)
#define __NR_mount_setattr 442
__SYSCALL(__NR_mount_setattr, sys_mount_setattr)
/* 443 is reserved for quotactl_path */
#define __NR_quotactl_fd 443
__SYSCALL(__NR_quotactl_fd, sys_quotactl_fd)
#define __NR_landlock_create_ruleset 444
__SYSCALL(__NR_landlock_create_ruleset, sys_landlock_create_ruleset)
......
......@@ -777,9 +777,12 @@ struct drm_get_cap {
/**
* DRM_CLIENT_CAP_STEREO_3D
*
* if set to 1, the DRM core will expose the stereo 3D capabilities of the
* If set to 1, the DRM core will expose the stereo 3D capabilities of the
* monitor by advertising the supported 3D layouts in the flags of struct
* drm_mode_modeinfo.
* drm_mode_modeinfo. See ``DRM_MODE_FLAG_3D_*``.
*
* This capability is always supported for all drivers starting from kernel
* version 3.13.
*/
#define DRM_CLIENT_CAP_STEREO_3D 1
......@@ -788,6 +791,9 @@ struct drm_get_cap {
*
* If set to 1, the DRM core will expose all planes (overlay, primary, and
* cursor) to userspace.
*
* This capability has been introduced in kernel version 3.15. Starting from
* kernel version 3.17, this capability is always supported for all drivers.
*/
#define DRM_CLIENT_CAP_UNIVERSAL_PLANES 2
......@@ -797,6 +803,13 @@ struct drm_get_cap {
* If set to 1, the DRM core will expose atomic properties to userspace. This
* implicitly enables &DRM_CLIENT_CAP_UNIVERSAL_PLANES and
* &DRM_CLIENT_CAP_ASPECT_RATIO.
*
* If the driver doesn't support atomic mode-setting, enabling this capability
* will fail with -EOPNOTSUPP.
*
* This capability has been introduced in kernel version 4.0. Starting from
* kernel version 4.2, this capability is always supported for atomic-capable
* drivers.
*/
#define DRM_CLIENT_CAP_ATOMIC 3
......@@ -804,6 +817,10 @@ struct drm_get_cap {
* DRM_CLIENT_CAP_ASPECT_RATIO
*
* If set to 1, the DRM core will provide aspect ratio information in modes.
* See ``DRM_MODE_FLAG_PIC_AR_*``.
*
* This capability is always supported for all drivers starting from kernel
* version 4.18.
*/
#define DRM_CLIENT_CAP_ASPECT_RATIO 4
......@@ -811,8 +828,11 @@ struct drm_get_cap {
* DRM_CLIENT_CAP_WRITEBACK_CONNECTORS
*
* If set to 1, the DRM core will expose special connectors to be used for
* writing back to memory the scene setup in the commit. Depends on client
* also supporting DRM_CLIENT_CAP_ATOMIC
* writing back to memory the scene setup in the commit. The client must enable
* &DRM_CLIENT_CAP_ATOMIC first.
*
* This capability is always supported for atomic-capable drivers starting from
* kernel version 4.19.
*/
#define DRM_CLIENT_CAP_WRITEBACK_CONNECTORS 5
......
......@@ -62,8 +62,8 @@ extern "C" {
#define I915_ERROR_UEVENT "ERROR"
#define I915_RESET_UEVENT "RESET"
/*
* i915_user_extension: Base class for defining a chain of extensions
/**
* struct i915_user_extension - Base class for defining a chain of extensions
*
* Many interfaces need to grow over time. In most cases we can simply
* extend the struct and have userspace pass in more data. Another option,
......@@ -76,12 +76,58 @@ extern "C" {
* increasing complexity, and for large parts of that interface to be
* entirely optional. The downside is more pointer chasing; chasing across
* the __user boundary with pointers encapsulated inside u64.
*
* Example chaining:
*
* .. code-block:: C
*
* struct i915_user_extension ext3 {
* .next_extension = 0, // end
* .name = ...,
* };
* struct i915_user_extension ext2 {
* .next_extension = (uintptr_t)&ext3,
* .name = ...,
* };
* struct i915_user_extension ext1 {
* .next_extension = (uintptr_t)&ext2,
* .name = ...,
* };
*
* Typically the struct i915_user_extension would be embedded in some uAPI
* struct, and in this case we would feed it the head of the chain(i.e ext1),
* which would then apply all of the above extensions.
*
*/
struct i915_user_extension {
/**
* @next_extension:
*
* Pointer to the next struct i915_user_extension, or zero if the end.
*/
__u64 next_extension;
/**
* @name: Name of the extension.
*
* Note that the name here is just some integer.
*
* Also note that the name space for this is not global for the whole
* driver, but rather its scope/meaning is limited to the specific piece
* of uAPI which has embedded the struct i915_user_extension.
*/
__u32 name;
__u32 flags; /* All undefined bits must be zero. */
__u32 rsvd[4]; /* Reserved for future use; must be zero. */
/**
* @flags: MBZ
*
* All undefined bits must be zero.
*/
__u32 flags;
/**
* @rsvd: MBZ
*
* Reserved for future use; must be zero.
*/
__u32 rsvd[4];
};
/*
......@@ -360,6 +406,7 @@ typedef struct _drm_i915_sarea {
#define DRM_I915_QUERY 0x39
#define DRM_I915_GEM_VM_CREATE 0x3a
#define DRM_I915_GEM_VM_DESTROY 0x3b
#define DRM_I915_GEM_CREATE_EXT 0x3c
/* Must be kept compact -- no holes */
#define DRM_IOCTL_I915_INIT DRM_IOW( DRM_COMMAND_BASE + DRM_I915_INIT, drm_i915_init_t)
......@@ -392,6 +439,7 @@ typedef struct _drm_i915_sarea {
#define DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_ENTERVT DRM_IO(DRM_COMMAND_BASE + DRM_I915_GEM_ENTERVT)
#define DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_LEAVEVT DRM_IO(DRM_COMMAND_BASE + DRM_I915_GEM_LEAVEVT)
#define DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_CREATE DRM_IOWR(DRM_COMMAND_BASE + DRM_I915_GEM_CREATE, struct drm_i915_gem_create)
#define DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_CREATE_EXT DRM_IOWR(DRM_COMMAND_BASE + DRM_I915_GEM_CREATE_EXT, struct drm_i915_gem_create_ext)
#define DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_PREAD DRM_IOW (DRM_COMMAND_BASE + DRM_I915_GEM_PREAD, struct drm_i915_gem_pread)
#define DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_PWRITE DRM_IOW (DRM_COMMAND_BASE + DRM_I915_GEM_PWRITE, struct drm_i915_gem_pwrite)
#define DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_MMAP DRM_IOWR(DRM_COMMAND_BASE + DRM_I915_GEM_MMAP, struct drm_i915_gem_mmap)
......@@ -1054,12 +1102,12 @@ struct drm_i915_gem_exec_fence {
__u32 flags;
};
/**
/*
* See drm_i915_gem_execbuffer_ext_timeline_fences.
*/
#define DRM_I915_GEM_EXECBUFFER_EXT_TIMELINE_FENCES 0
/**
/*
* This structure describes an array of drm_syncobj and associated points for
* timeline variants of drm_syncobj. It is invalid to append this structure to
* the execbuf if I915_EXEC_FENCE_ARRAY is set.
......@@ -1700,7 +1748,7 @@ struct drm_i915_gem_context_param {
__u64 value;
};
/**
/*
* Context SSEU programming
*
* It may be necessary for either functional or performance reason to configure
......@@ -2067,7 +2115,7 @@ struct drm_i915_perf_open_param {
__u64 properties_ptr;
};
/**
/*
* Enable data capture for a stream that was either opened in a disabled state
* via I915_PERF_FLAG_DISABLED or was later disabled via
* I915_PERF_IOCTL_DISABLE.
......@@ -2081,7 +2129,7 @@ struct drm_i915_perf_open_param {
*/
#define I915_PERF_IOCTL_ENABLE _IO('i', 0x0)
/**
/*
* Disable data capture for a stream.
*
* It is an error to try and read a stream that is disabled.
......@@ -2090,7 +2138,7 @@ struct drm_i915_perf_open_param {
*/
#define I915_PERF_IOCTL_DISABLE _IO('i', 0x1)
/**
/*
* Change metrics_set captured by a stream.
*
* If the stream is bound to a specific context, the configuration change
......@@ -2103,7 +2151,7 @@ struct drm_i915_perf_open_param {
*/
#define I915_PERF_IOCTL_CONFIG _IO('i', 0x2)
/**
/*
* Common to all i915 perf records
*/
struct drm_i915_perf_record_header {
......@@ -2151,7 +2199,7 @@ enum drm_i915_perf_record_type {
DRM_I915_PERF_RECORD_MAX /* non-ABI */
};
/**
/*
* Structure to upload perf dynamic configuration into the kernel.
*/
struct drm_i915_perf_oa_config {
......@@ -2172,53 +2220,95 @@ struct drm_i915_perf_oa_config {
__u64 flex_regs_ptr;
};
/**
* struct drm_i915_query_item - An individual query for the kernel to process.
*
* The behaviour is determined by the @query_id. Note that exactly what
* @data_ptr is also depends on the specific @query_id.
*/
struct drm_i915_query_item {
/** @query_id: The id for this query */
__u64 query_id;
#define DRM_I915_QUERY_TOPOLOGY_INFO 1
#define DRM_I915_QUERY_ENGINE_INFO 2
#define DRM_I915_QUERY_PERF_CONFIG 3
#define DRM_I915_QUERY_MEMORY_REGIONS 4
/* Must be kept compact -- no holes and well documented */
/*
/**
* @length:
*
* When set to zero by userspace, this is filled with the size of the
* data to be written at the data_ptr pointer. The kernel sets this
* data to be written at the @data_ptr pointer. The kernel sets this
* value to a negative value to signal an error on a particular query
* item.
*/
__s32 length;
/*
/**
* @flags:
*
* When query_id == DRM_I915_QUERY_TOPOLOGY_INFO, must be 0.
*
* When query_id == DRM_I915_QUERY_PERF_CONFIG, must be one of the
* following :
* - DRM_I915_QUERY_PERF_CONFIG_LIST
* - DRM_I915_QUERY_PERF_CONFIG_DATA_FOR_UUID
* - DRM_I915_QUERY_PERF_CONFIG_FOR_UUID
* following:
*
* - DRM_I915_QUERY_PERF_CONFIG_LIST
* - DRM_I915_QUERY_PERF_CONFIG_DATA_FOR_UUID
* - DRM_I915_QUERY_PERF_CONFIG_FOR_UUID
*/
__u32 flags;
#define DRM_I915_QUERY_PERF_CONFIG_LIST 1
#define DRM_I915_QUERY_PERF_CONFIG_DATA_FOR_UUID 2
#define DRM_I915_QUERY_PERF_CONFIG_DATA_FOR_ID 3
/*
* Data will be written at the location pointed by data_ptr when the
* value of length matches the length of the data to be written by the
/**
* @data_ptr:
*
* Data will be written at the location pointed by @data_ptr when the
* value of @length matches the length of the data to be written by the
* kernel.
*/
__u64 data_ptr;
};
/**
* struct drm_i915_query - Supply an array of struct drm_i915_query_item for the
* kernel to fill out.
*
* Note that this is generally a two step process for each struct
* drm_i915_query_item in the array:
*
* 1. Call the DRM_IOCTL_I915_QUERY, giving it our array of struct
* drm_i915_query_item, with &drm_i915_query_item.length set to zero. The
* kernel will then fill in the size, in bytes, which tells userspace how
* memory it needs to allocate for the blob(say for an array of properties).
*
* 2. Next we call DRM_IOCTL_I915_QUERY again, this time with the
* &drm_i915_query_item.data_ptr equal to our newly allocated blob. Note that
* the &drm_i915_query_item.length should still be the same as what the
* kernel previously set. At this point the kernel can fill in the blob.
*
* Note that for some query items it can make sense for userspace to just pass
* in a buffer/blob equal to or larger than the required size. In this case only
* a single ioctl call is needed. For some smaller query items this can work
* quite well.
*
*/
struct drm_i915_query {
/** @num_items: The number of elements in the @items_ptr array */
__u32 num_items;
/*
* Unused for now. Must be cleared to zero.
/**
* @flags: Unused for now. Must be cleared to zero.
*/
__u32 flags;
/*
* This points to an array of num_items drm_i915_query_item structures.
/**
* @items_ptr:
*
* Pointer to an array of struct drm_i915_query_item. The number of
* array elements is @num_items.
*/
__u64 items_ptr;
};
......@@ -2292,21 +2382,21 @@ struct drm_i915_query_topology_info {
* Describes one engine and it's capabilities as known to the driver.
*/
struct drm_i915_engine_info {
/** Engine class and instance. */
/** @engine: Engine class and instance. */
struct i915_engine_class_instance engine;
/** Reserved field. */
/** @rsvd0: Reserved field. */
__u32 rsvd0;
/** Engine flags. */
/** @flags: Engine flags. */
__u64 flags;
/** Capabilities of this engine. */
/** @capabilities: Capabilities of this engine. */
__u64 capabilities;
#define I915_VIDEO_CLASS_CAPABILITY_HEVC (1 << 0)
#define I915_VIDEO_AND_ENHANCE_CLASS_CAPABILITY_SFC (1 << 1)
/** Reserved fields. */
/** @rsvd1: Reserved fields. */
__u64 rsvd1[4];
};
......@@ -2317,13 +2407,13 @@ struct drm_i915_engine_info {
* an array of struct drm_i915_engine_info structures.
*/
struct drm_i915_query_engine_info {
/** Number of struct drm_i915_engine_info structs following. */
/** @num_engines: Number of struct drm_i915_engine_info structs following. */
__u32 num_engines;
/** MBZ */
/** @rsvd: MBZ */
__u32 rsvd[3];
/** Marker for drm_i915_engine_info structures. */
/** @engines: Marker for drm_i915_engine_info structures. */
struct drm_i915_engine_info engines[];
};
......@@ -2377,6 +2467,241 @@ struct drm_i915_query_perf_config {
__u8 data[];
};
/**
* enum drm_i915_gem_memory_class - Supported memory classes
*/
enum drm_i915_gem_memory_class {
/** @I915_MEMORY_CLASS_SYSTEM: System memory */
I915_MEMORY_CLASS_SYSTEM = 0,
/** @I915_MEMORY_CLASS_DEVICE: Device local-memory */
I915_MEMORY_CLASS_DEVICE,
};
/**
* struct drm_i915_gem_memory_class_instance - Identify particular memory region
*/
struct drm_i915_gem_memory_class_instance {
/** @memory_class: See enum drm_i915_gem_memory_class */
__u16 memory_class;
/** @memory_instance: Which instance */
__u16 memory_instance;
};
/**
* struct drm_i915_memory_region_info - Describes one region as known to the
* driver.
*
* Note that we reserve some stuff here for potential future work. As an example
* we might want expose the capabilities for a given region, which could include
* things like if the region is CPU mappable/accessible, what are the supported
* mapping types etc.
*
* Note that to extend struct drm_i915_memory_region_info and struct
* drm_i915_query_memory_regions in the future the plan is to do the following:
*
* .. code-block:: C
*
* struct drm_i915_memory_region_info {
* struct drm_i915_gem_memory_class_instance region;
* union {
* __u32 rsvd0;
* __u32 new_thing1;
* };
* ...
* union {
* __u64 rsvd1[8];
* struct {
* __u64 new_thing2;
* __u64 new_thing3;
* ...
* };
* };
* };
*
* With this things should remain source compatible between versions for
* userspace, even as we add new fields.
*
* Note this is using both struct drm_i915_query_item and struct drm_i915_query.
* For this new query we are adding the new query id DRM_I915_QUERY_MEMORY_REGIONS
* at &drm_i915_query_item.query_id.
*/
struct drm_i915_memory_region_info {
/** @region: The class:instance pair encoding */
struct drm_i915_gem_memory_class_instance region;
/** @rsvd0: MBZ */
__u32 rsvd0;
/** @probed_size: Memory probed by the driver (-1 = unknown) */
__u64 probed_size;
/** @unallocated_size: Estimate of memory remaining (-1 = unknown) */
__u64 unallocated_size;
/** @rsvd1: MBZ */
__u64 rsvd1[8];
};
/**
* struct drm_i915_query_memory_regions
*
* The region info query enumerates all regions known to the driver by filling
* in an array of struct drm_i915_memory_region_info structures.
*
* Example for getting the list of supported regions:
*
* .. code-block:: C
*
* struct drm_i915_query_memory_regions *info;
* struct drm_i915_query_item item = {
* .query_id = DRM_I915_QUERY_MEMORY_REGIONS;
* };
* struct drm_i915_query query = {
* .num_items = 1,
* .items_ptr = (uintptr_t)&item,
* };
* int err, i;
*
* // First query the size of the blob we need, this needs to be large
* // enough to hold our array of regions. The kernel will fill out the
* // item.length for us, which is the number of bytes we need.
* err = ioctl(fd, DRM_IOCTL_I915_QUERY, &query);
* if (err) ...
*
* info = calloc(1, item.length);
* // Now that we allocated the required number of bytes, we call the ioctl
* // again, this time with the data_ptr pointing to our newly allocated
* // blob, which the kernel can then populate with the all the region info.
* item.data_ptr = (uintptr_t)&info,
*
* err = ioctl(fd, DRM_IOCTL_I915_QUERY, &query);
* if (err) ...
*
* // We can now access each region in the array
* for (i = 0; i < info->num_regions; i++) {
* struct drm_i915_memory_region_info mr = info->regions[i];
* u16 class = mr.region.class;
* u16 instance = mr.region.instance;
*
* ....
* }
*
* free(info);
*/
struct drm_i915_query_memory_regions {
/** @num_regions: Number of supported regions */
__u32 num_regions;
/** @rsvd: MBZ */
__u32 rsvd[3];
/** @regions: Info about each supported region */
struct drm_i915_memory_region_info regions[];
};
/**
* struct drm_i915_gem_create_ext - Existing gem_create behaviour, with added
* extension support using struct i915_user_extension.
*
* Note that in the future we want to have our buffer flags here, at least for
* the stuff that is immutable. Previously we would have two ioctls, one to
* create the object with gem_create, and another to apply various parameters,
* however this creates some ambiguity for the params which are considered
* immutable. Also in general we're phasing out the various SET/GET ioctls.
*/
struct drm_i915_gem_create_ext {
/**
* @size: Requested size for the object.
*
* The (page-aligned) allocated size for the object will be returned.
*
* Note that for some devices we have might have further minimum
* page-size restrictions(larger than 4K), like for device local-memory.
* However in general the final size here should always reflect any
* rounding up, if for example using the I915_GEM_CREATE_EXT_MEMORY_REGIONS
* extension to place the object in device local-memory.
*/
__u64 size;
/**
* @handle: Returned handle for the object.
*
* Object handles are nonzero.
*/
__u32 handle;
/** @flags: MBZ */
__u32 flags;
/**
* @extensions: The chain of extensions to apply to this object.
*
* This will be useful in the future when we need to support several
* different extensions, and we need to apply more than one when
* creating the object. See struct i915_user_extension.
*
* If we don't supply any extensions then we get the same old gem_create
* behaviour.
*
* For I915_GEM_CREATE_EXT_MEMORY_REGIONS usage see
* struct drm_i915_gem_create_ext_memory_regions.
*/
#define I915_GEM_CREATE_EXT_MEMORY_REGIONS 0
__u64 extensions;
};
/**
* struct drm_i915_gem_create_ext_memory_regions - The
* I915_GEM_CREATE_EXT_MEMORY_REGIONS extension.
*
* Set the object with the desired set of placements/regions in priority
* order. Each entry must be unique and supported by the device.
*
* This is provided as an array of struct drm_i915_gem_memory_class_instance, or
* an equivalent layout of class:instance pair encodings. See struct
* drm_i915_query_memory_regions and DRM_I915_QUERY_MEMORY_REGIONS for how to
* query the supported regions for a device.
*
* As an example, on discrete devices, if we wish to set the placement as
* device local-memory we can do something like:
*
* .. code-block:: C
*
* struct drm_i915_gem_memory_class_instance region_lmem = {
* .memory_class = I915_MEMORY_CLASS_DEVICE,
* .memory_instance = 0,
* };
* struct drm_i915_gem_create_ext_memory_regions regions = {
* .base = { .name = I915_GEM_CREATE_EXT_MEMORY_REGIONS },
* .regions = (uintptr_t)&region_lmem,
* .num_regions = 1,
* };
* struct drm_i915_gem_create_ext create_ext = {
* .size = 16 * PAGE_SIZE,
* .extensions = (uintptr_t)&regions,
* };
*
* int err = ioctl(fd, DRM_IOCTL_I915_GEM_CREATE_EXT, &create_ext);
* if (err) ...
*
* At which point we get the object handle in &drm_i915_gem_create_ext.handle,
* along with the final object size in &drm_i915_gem_create_ext.size, which
* should account for any rounding up, if required.
*/
struct drm_i915_gem_create_ext_memory_regions {
/** @base: Extension link. See struct i915_user_extension. */
struct i915_user_extension base;
/** @pad: MBZ */
__u32 pad;
/** @num_regions: Number of elements in the @regions array. */
__u32 num_regions;
/**
* @regions: The regions/placements array.
*
* An array of struct drm_i915_gem_memory_class_instance.
*/
__u64 regions;
};
#if defined(__cplusplus)
}
#endif
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......@@ -710,7 +710,7 @@ enum {
* Raw MIDI section - /dev/snd/midi??
*/