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From: Wyes Karny <wyes.karny@amd.com>
To: Huang Rui <ray.huang@amd.com>
Cc: Rafael J Wysocki <rafael@kernel.org>,
	Jonathan Corbet <corbet@lwn.net>,
	Viresh Kumar <viresh.kumar@linaro.org>,
	"Limonciello, Mario" <Mario.Limonciello@amd.com>,
	"Yuan, Perry" <Perry.Yuan@amd.com>,
	"Narayan, Ananth" <Ananth.Narayan@amd.com>,
	"Shenoy, Gautham Ranjal" <gautham.shenoy@amd.com>,
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	"linux-pm@vger.kernel.org" <linux-pm@vger.kernel.org>,
	Bagas Sanjaya <bagasdotme@gmail.com>,
	"Shukla, Santosh" <Santosh.Shukla@amd.com>,
	Len Brown <lenb@kernel.org>,
	Robert Moore <robert.moore@intel.com>,
	Borislav Petkov <bp@suse.de>
Subject: Re: [PATCH v3 0/6] amd_pstate: Add guided autonomous mode support
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2023 15:25:28 +0530	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <4081d667-68e7-3d00-85ec-c6a974b9e761@amd.com> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <Y8pcfJ9Dd31gj+u6@amd.com>

Hi Ray,

On 1/20/2023 2:48 PM, Huang Rui wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 19, 2023 at 07:50:11PM +0800, Karny, Wyes wrote:
>> From ACPI spec[1] below 3 modes for CPPC can be defined:
>> 1. Non autonomous: OS scaling governor specifies operating frequency/
>>    performance level through `Desired Performance` register and platform
>> follows that.
>> 2. Guided autonomous: OS scaling governor specifies min and max
>>    frequencies/ performance levels through `Minimum Performance` and
>> `Maximum Performance` register, and platform can autonomously select an
>> operating frequency in this range.
>> 3. Fully autonomous: OS only hints (via EPP) to platform for the required
>>    energy performance preference for the workload and platform autonomously
>> scales the frequency.
>>
>> Currently (1) is supported by amd_pstate as passive mode, and (3) is
>> implemented by EPP support[2]. This change is to support (2).
>>
>> In guided autonomous mode the min_perf is based on the input from the
>> scaling governor. For example, in case of schedutil this value depends
>> on the current utilization. And max_perf is set to max capacity.
>>
>> To activate guided auto mode ``amd_pstate=guided`` command line
>> parameter has to be passed in the kernel.
>>
>> Below are the results (normalized) of benchmarks with this patch:
>> System: Genoa 96C 192T
>> Kernel: 6.2.0-rc2 + EPP v11 + patch
>> Scaling governor: schedutil
>>
>> ================ dbench comparisons ================
>> dbench result comparison:
>> Here results are throughput (MB/s)
>> Clients:   acpi-cpufreq		   amd_pst+passive	   amd_pst+guided
>>     1	   1.00 (0.00 pct)	   1.01 (1.00 pct)	   1.02 (2.00 pct)
>>     2	   1.07 (0.00 pct)	   1.06 (-0.93 pct)	   1.07 (0.00 pct)
>>     4	   1.68 (0.00 pct)	   1.70 (1.19 pct)	   1.72 (2.38 pct)
>>     8	   2.61 (0.00 pct)	   2.68 (2.68 pct)	   2.76 (5.74 pct)
>>    16	   4.16 (0.00 pct)	   4.24 (1.92 pct)	   4.53 (8.89 pct)
>>    32	   5.98 (0.00 pct)	   6.17 (3.17 pct)	   7.30 (22.07 pct)
>>    64	   8.67 (0.00 pct)	   8.99 (3.69 pct)	  10.71 (23.52 pct)
>>   128	  11.98 (0.00 pct)	  12.52 (4.50 pct)	  14.67 (22.45 pct)
>>   256	  15.73 (0.00 pct)	  16.13 (2.54 pct)	  17.81 (13.22 pct)
>>   512	  15.77 (0.00 pct)	  16.32 (3.48 pct)	  16.39 (3.93 pct)
>> dbench power comparison:
>> Clients:   acpi-cpufreq		   amd_pst+passive	   amd_pst+guided
>>     1	   1.00 (0.00 pct)	   1.00 (0.00 pct)	   1.04 (4.00 pct)
>>     2	   0.99 (0.00 pct)	   0.97 (-2.02 pct)	   1.02 (3.03 pct)
>>     4	   0.98 (0.00 pct)	   0.98 (0.00 pct)	   1.02 (4.08 pct)
>>     8	   0.98 (0.00 pct)	   0.99 (1.02 pct)	   1.02 (4.08 pct)
>>    16	   0.99 (0.00 pct)	   1.00 (1.01 pct)	   1.04 (5.05 pct)
>>    32	   1.02 (0.00 pct)	   1.02 (0.00 pct)	   1.07 (4.90 pct)
>>    64	   1.05 (0.00 pct)	   1.05 (0.00 pct)	   1.11 (5.71 pct)
>>   128	   1.08 (0.00 pct)	   1.08 (0.00 pct)	   1.15 (6.48 pct)
>>   256	   1.12 (0.00 pct)	   1.12 (0.00 pct)	   1.20 (7.14 pct)
>>   512	   1.18 (0.00 pct)	   1.17 (-0.84 pct)	   1.26 (6.77 pct)
>>
>> ================ git-source comparisons ================
>> git-source result comparison:
>> Here results are throughput (compilations per 1000 sec)
>> Threads:   acpi-cpufreq		   amd_pst+passive	   amd_pst+guided
>>   192	   1.00 (0.00 pct)	   0.93 (-7.00 pct)	   1.00 (0.00 pct)
>> git-source power comparison:
>> Threads:   acpi-cpufreq		   amd_pst+passive	   amd_pst+guided
>>   192	   1.00 (0.00 pct)	   1.00 (0.00 pct)	   0.96 (-4.00 pct)
>>
>> ================ kernbench comparisons ================
>> kernbench result comparison:
>> Here results are throughput (compilations per 1000 sec)
>> Load:	   acpi-cpufreq		   amd_pst+passive	   amd_pst+guided
>> 32	   1.00 (0.00 pct)	   1.01 (1.00 pct)	   1.02 (2.00 pct)
>> 48	   1.26 (0.00 pct)	   1.28 (1.58 pct)	   1.25 (-0.79 pct)
>> 64	   1.39 (0.00 pct)	   1.47 (5.75 pct)	   1.43 (2.87 pct)
>> 96	   1.48 (0.00 pct)	   1.50 (1.35 pct)	   1.49 (0.67 pct)
>> 128	   1.29 (0.00 pct)	   1.32 (2.32 pct)	   1.33 (3.10 pct)
>> 192	   1.17 (0.00 pct)	   1.20 (2.56 pct)	   1.21 (3.41 pct)
>> 256	   1.17 (0.00 pct)	   1.18 (0.85 pct)	   1.20 (2.56 pct)
>> 384	   1.16 (0.00 pct)	   1.17 (0.86 pct)	   1.21 (4.31 pct)
>> kernbench power comparison:
>> Clients:   acpi-cpufreq		   amd_pst+passive	   amd_pst+guided
>>    32	   1.00 (0.00 pct)	   0.97 (-3.00 pct)	   1.00 (0.00 pct)
>>    48	   0.87 (0.00 pct)	   0.81 (-6.89 pct)	   0.88 (1.14 pct)
>>    64	   0.81 (0.00 pct)	   0.73 (-9.87 pct)	   0.77 (-4.93 pct)
>>    96	   0.75 (0.00 pct)	   0.74 (-1.33 pct)	   0.75 (0.00 pct)
>>   128	   0.83 (0.00 pct)	   0.79 (-4.81 pct)	   0.83 (0.00 pct)
>>   192	   0.92 (0.00 pct)	   0.88 (-4.34 pct)	   0.92 (0.00 pct)
>>   256	   0.92 (0.00 pct)	   0.88 (-4.34 pct)	   0.92 (0.00 pct)
>>   384	   0.92 (0.00 pct)	   0.88 (-4.34 pct)	   0.92 (0.00 pct)
>>
>> ================ tbench comparisons ================
>> tbench result comparison:
>> Here results are throughput (MB/s)
>> Clients:   acpi-cpufreq		   amd_pst+passive	   amd_pst+guided
>>     1	   1.00 (0.00 pct)	   0.70 (-30.00 pct)	   1.37 (37.00 pct)
>>     2	   2.64 (0.00 pct)	   1.39 (-47.34 pct)	   2.70 (2.27 pct)
>>     4	   4.89 (0.00 pct)	   2.75 (-43.76 pct)	   5.28 (7.97 pct)
>>     8	   9.46 (0.00 pct)	   5.42 (-42.70 pct)	  10.22 (8.03 pct)
>>    16	  19.05 (0.00 pct)	  10.42 (-45.30 pct)	  19.94 (4.67 pct)
>>    32	  37.50 (0.00 pct)	  20.23 (-46.05 pct)	  36.87 (-1.68 pct)
>>    64	  61.24 (0.00 pct)	  43.08 (-29.65 pct)	  62.96 (2.80 pct)
>>   128	  67.16 (0.00 pct)	  69.08 (2.85 pct)	  67.34 (0.26 pct)
>>   256	 154.59 (0.00 pct)	 162.33 (5.00 pct)	 156.78 (1.41 pct)
>>   512	 154.02 (0.00 pct)	 156.74 (1.76 pct)	 153.48 (-0.35 pct)
>> tbench power comparison:
>> Clients:   acpi-cpufreq		   amd_pst+passive	   amd_pst+guided
>>     1	   1.00 (0.00 pct)	   0.97 (-3.00 pct)	   1.08 (8.00 pct)
>>     2	   1.04 (0.00 pct)	   0.97 (-6.73 pct)	   1.11 (6.73 pct)
>>     4	   1.12 (0.00 pct)	   0.99 (-11.60 pct)	   1.18 (5.35 pct)
>>     8	   1.25 (0.00 pct)	   1.04 (-16.80 pct)	   1.31 (4.80 pct)
>>    16	   1.53 (0.00 pct)	   1.13 (-26.14 pct)	   1.58 (3.26 pct)
>>    32	   2.01 (0.00 pct)	   1.36 (-32.33 pct)	   2.03 (0.99 pct)
>>    64	   2.58 (0.00 pct)	   2.14 (-17.05 pct)	   2.61 (1.16 pct)
>>   128	   2.80 (0.00 pct)	   2.81 (0.35 pct)	   2.81 (0.35 pct)
>>   256	   3.39 (0.00 pct)	   3.43 (1.17 pct)	   3.42 (0.88 pct)
>>   512	   3.44 (0.00 pct)	   3.44 (0.00 pct)	   3.44 (0.00 pct)
>>
>> Note: this series is based on top of EPP v11 [3] series
>>
>> Change log:
>>
>> v2 -> v3:
>> - Addressed review comments form Mario.
>> - Picked up RB tag from Mario.
>> - Rebase on top of EPP v11 [3].
>>
>> v1 -> v2:
>> - Fix issue with shared mem systems.
>> - Rebase on top of EPP series.
>>
>> [1]: https://uefi.org/sites/default/files/resources/ACPI_6_3_final_Jan30.pdf
>> [2]: https://lore.kernel.org/lkml/20221110175847.3098728-1-Perry.Yuan@amd.com/
>> [3]: https://lore.kernel.org/linux-pm/20230118075210.447418-1-perry.yuan@amd.com/
>>
>>
>> Wyes Karny (6):
>>   acpi: cppc: Add min and max perf reg writing support
>>   acpi: cppc: Add auto select register read/write support
>>   cpufreq: amd_pstate: Add guided autonomous mode
>>   Documentation: amd_pstate: Move amd_pstate param to alphabetical order
>>   cpufreq: amd_pstate: Add guided mode control support via sysfs
>>   Documentation: amd_pstate: Update amd_pstate status sysfs for guided
>>
> 
> Wyes, thanks for the patches. I will take a look at them after Chinese new
> year.

Sure, thanks! 
Happy new year!

> 
> Thanks,
> Ray

-- 
Thanks & Regards,
Wyes

  reply	other threads:[~2023-01-20  9:56 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 15+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2023-01-19 11:50 [PATCH v3 0/6] amd_pstate: Add guided autonomous mode support Wyes Karny
2023-01-19 11:50 ` [PATCH v3 1/6] acpi: cppc: Add min and max perf reg writing support Wyes Karny
2023-01-19 11:50 ` [PATCH v3 2/6] acpi: cppc: Add auto select register read/write support Wyes Karny
2023-01-19 11:50 ` [PATCH v3 3/6] cpufreq: amd_pstate: Add guided autonomous mode Wyes Karny
2023-01-19 11:50 ` [PATCH v3 4/6] Documentation: amd_pstate: Move amd_pstate param to alphabetical order Wyes Karny
2023-01-19 11:50 ` [PATCH v3 5/6] cpufreq: amd_pstate: Add guided mode control support via sysfs Wyes Karny
2023-01-19 11:50 ` [PATCH v3 6/6] Documentation: amd_pstate: Update amd_pstate status sysfs for guided Wyes Karny
2023-01-19 12:30   ` Bagas Sanjaya
2023-01-20  4:16     ` Wyes Karny
2023-01-20  9:18 ` [PATCH v3 0/6] amd_pstate: Add guided autonomous mode support Huang Rui
2023-01-20  9:55   ` Wyes Karny [this message]
2023-01-24 20:40 ` Tor Vic
2023-01-25 10:25   ` Wyes Karny
2023-01-31  5:34   ` Wyes Karny
2023-02-01 18:15     ` Tor Vic

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