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From: Yan Zhao <yan.y.zhao@linux.intel.com>
To: Peter Xu <peterx@redhat.com>
Cc: "Peter Maydell" <peter.maydell@linaro.org>,
	"Yan Zhao" <yan.y.zhao@intel.com>,
	"Juan Quintela" <quintela@redhat.com>,
	"Jason Wang" <jasowang@redhat.com>,
	"Michael S. Tsirkin" <mst@redhat.com>,
	qemu-devel@nongnu.org, "Eugenio Pérez" <eperezma@redhat.com>,
	"Eric Auger" <eric.auger@redhat.com>,
	"Paolo Bonzini" <pbonzini@redhat.com>
Subject: Re: [RFC v2 1/1] memory: Delete assertion in memory_region_unregister_iommu_notifier
Date: Sat, 27 Jun 2020 03:26:45 -0400
Message-ID: <20200627072644.GC18338@joy-OptiPlex-7040> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <20200626212917.GD175520@xz-x1>

On Fri, Jun 26, 2020 at 05:29:17PM -0400, Peter Xu wrote:
> Hi, Eugenio,
> 
> (CCing Eric, Yan and Michael too)

> On Fri, Jun 26, 2020 at 08:41:22AM +0200, Eugenio Pérez wrote:
> > diff --git a/memory.c b/memory.c
> > index 2f15a4b250..7f789710d2 100644
> > --- a/memory.c
> > +++ b/memory.c
> > @@ -1915,8 +1915,6 @@ void memory_region_notify_one(IOMMUNotifier *notifier,
> >          return;
> >      }
> >  
> > -    assert(entry->iova >= notifier->start && entry_end <= notifier->end);
> 
> I can understand removing the assertion should solve the issue, however imho
> the major issue is not about this single assertion but the whole addr_mask
> issue behind with virtio...
Yes, the background for this assertion is
https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/qemu-devel/2019-06/msg04218.html


> 
> For normal IOTLB invalidations, we were trying our best to always make
> IOMMUTLBEntry contain a valid addr_mask to be 2**N-1.  E.g., that's what we're
> doing with the loop in vtd_address_space_unmap().
> 
> But this is not the first time that we may want to break this assumption for
> virtio so that we make the IOTLB a tuple of (start, len), then that len can be
> not a address mask any more.  That seems to be more efficient for things like
> vhost because iotlbs there are not page based, so it'll be inefficient if we
> always guarantee the addr_mask because it'll be quite a lot more roundtrips of
> the same range of invalidation.  Here we've encountered another issue of
> triggering the assertion with virtio-net, but only with the old RHEL7 guest.
> 
> I'm thinking whether we can make the IOTLB invalidation configurable by
> specifying whether the backend of the notifier can handle arbitary address
> range in some way.  So we still have the guaranteed addr_masks by default
> (since I still don't think totally break the addr_mask restriction is wise...),
> however we can allow the special backends to take adavantage of using arbitary
> (start, len) ranges for reasons like performance.
> 
> To do that, a quick idea is to introduce a flag IOMMU_NOTIFIER_ARBITRARY_MASK
> to IOMMUNotifierFlag, to declare that the iommu notifier (and its backend) can
> take arbitrary address mask, then it can be any value and finally becomes a
> length rather than an addr_mask.  Then for every iommu notify() we can directly
> deliver whatever we've got from the upper layer to this notifier.  With the new
> flag, vhost can do iommu_notifier_init() with UNMAP|ARBITRARY_MASK so it
> declares this capability.  Then no matter for device iotlb or normal iotlb, we
> skip the complicated procedure to split a big range into small ranges that are
> with strict addr_mask, but directly deliver the message to the iommu notifier.
> E.g., we can skip the loop in vtd_address_space_unmap() if the notifier is with
> ARBITRARY flag set.
> 
> Then, the assert() is not accurate either, and may become something like:
> 
> diff --git a/memory.c b/memory.c
> index 2f15a4b250..99d0492509 100644
> --- a/memory.c
> +++ b/memory.c
> @@ -1906,6 +1906,7 @@ void memory_region_notify_one(IOMMUNotifier *notifier,
>  {
>      IOMMUNotifierFlag request_flags;
>      hwaddr entry_end = entry->iova + entry->addr_mask;
> +    IOMMUTLBEntry tmp = *entry;
> 
>      /*
>       * Skip the notification if the notification does not overlap
> @@ -1915,7 +1916,13 @@ void memory_region_notify_one(IOMMUNotifier *notifier,
>          return;
>      }
> 
> -    assert(entry->iova >= notifier->start && entry_end <= notifier->end);
> +    if (notifier->notifier_flags & IOMMU_NOTIFIER_ARBITRARY_MASK) {
> +        tmp.iova = MAX(tmp.iova, notifier->start);
> +        tmp.addr_mask = MIN(tmp.addr_mask, notifier->end);
NIT:
       tmp.addr_mask = MIN(entry_end, notifier->end) - tmp.iova;
> +        assert(tmp.iova <= tmp.addr_mask);
no this assertion then.

Thanks
Yan
       
> +    } else {
> +        assert(entry->iova >= notifier->start && entry_end <= notifier->end);
> +    }
> 
>      if (entry->perm & IOMMU_RW) {
>          request_flags = IOMMU_NOTIFIER_MAP;
> @@ -1924,7 +1931,7 @@ void memory_region_notify_one(IOMMUNotifier *notifier,
>      }
> 
>      if (notifier->notifier_flags & request_flags) {
> -        notifier->notify(notifier, entry);
> +        notifier->notify(notifier, &tmp);
>      }
>  }
> 
> Then we can keep the assert() for e.g. vfio, however vhost can skip it and even
> get some further performance boosts..  Does that make sense?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> -- 
> Peter Xu
> 
> 


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Thread overview: 48+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2020-06-26  6:41 [RFC v2 0/1] " Eugenio Pérez
2020-06-26  6:41 ` [RFC v2 1/1] " Eugenio Pérez
2020-06-26 21:29   ` Peter Xu
2020-06-27  7:26     ` Yan Zhao [this message]
2020-06-27 12:57       ` Peter Xu
2020-06-28  1:36         ` Yan Zhao
2020-06-28  7:03     ` Jason Wang
2020-06-28 14:47       ` Peter Xu
2020-06-29  5:51         ` Jason Wang
2020-06-29 13:34           ` Peter Xu
2020-06-30  2:41             ` Jason Wang
2020-06-30  8:29               ` Jason Wang
2020-06-30  9:21                 ` Michael S. Tsirkin
2020-06-30  9:23                   ` Jason Wang
2020-06-30 15:20                     ` Peter Xu
2020-07-01  8:11                       ` Jason Wang
2020-07-01 12:16                         ` Peter Xu
2020-07-01 12:30                           ` Jason Wang
2020-07-01 12:41                             ` Peter Xu
2020-07-02  3:00                               ` Jason Wang
2020-06-30 15:39               ` Peter Xu
2020-07-01  8:09                 ` Jason Wang
2020-07-02  3:01                   ` Jason Wang
2020-07-02 15:45                     ` Peter Xu
2020-07-03  7:24                       ` Jason Wang
2020-07-03 13:03                         ` Peter Xu
2020-07-07  8:03                           ` Jason Wang
2020-07-07 19:54                             ` Peter Xu
2020-07-08  5:42                               ` Jason Wang
2020-07-08 14:16                                 ` Peter Xu
2020-07-09  5:58                                   ` Jason Wang
2020-07-09 14:10                                     ` Peter Xu
2020-07-10  6:34                                       ` Jason Wang
2020-07-10 13:30                                         ` Peter Xu
2020-07-13  4:04                                           ` Jason Wang
2020-07-16  1:00                                             ` Peter Xu
2020-07-16  2:54                                               ` Jason Wang
2020-07-17 14:18                                                 ` Peter Xu
2020-07-20  4:02                                                   ` Jason Wang
2020-07-20 13:03                                                     ` Peter Xu
2020-07-21  6:20                                                       ` Jason Wang
2020-07-21 15:10                                                         ` Peter Xu
2020-08-03 16:00                         ` Eugenio Pérez
2020-08-04 20:30                           ` Peter Xu
2020-08-05  5:45                             ` Jason Wang
2020-06-29 15:05 ` [RFC v2 0/1] " Paolo Bonzini
2020-07-03  7:39   ` Eugenio Perez Martin
2020-07-03 10:10     ` Paolo Bonzini

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