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1/*===-- InstrProfData.inc - instr profiling runtime structures -*- C++ -*-=== *\
2|*
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7\*===----------------------------------------------------------------------===*/
8/*
9 * This is the main file that defines all the data structure, signature,
10 * constant literals that are shared across profiling runtime library,
11 * compiler (instrumentation), and host tools (reader/writer). The entities
12 * defined in this file affect the profile runtime ABI, the raw profile format,
13 * or both.
14 *
15 * The file has two identical copies. The primary copy lives in LLVM and
16 * the other one sits in compiler-rt/lib/profile directory. To make changes
17 * in this file, first modify the primary copy and copy it over to compiler-rt.
18 * Testing of any change in this file can start only after the two copies are
19 * synced up.
20 *
21 * The first part of the file includes macros that defines types, names, and
22 * initializers for the member fields of the core data structures. The field
23 * declarations for one structure is enabled by defining the field activation
24 * macro associated with that structure. Only one field activation record
25 * can be defined at one time and the rest definitions will be filtered out by
26 * the preprocessor.
27 *
28 * Examples of how the template is used to instantiate structure definition:
29 * 1. To declare a structure:
30 *
31 * struct ProfData {
32 * #define INSTR_PROF_DATA(Type, LLVMType, Name, Initializer) \
33 * Type Name;
34 * #include "llvm/ProfileData/InstrProfData.inc"
35 * };
36 *
37 * 2. To construct LLVM type arrays for the struct type:
38 *
39 * Type *DataTypes[] = {
40 * #define INSTR_PROF_DATA(Type, LLVMType, Name, Initializer) \
41 * LLVMType,
42 * #include "llvm/ProfileData/InstrProfData.inc"
43 * };
44 *
45 * 4. To construct constant array for the initializers:
46 * #define INSTR_PROF_DATA(Type, LLVMType, Name, Initializer) \
47 * Initializer,
48 * Constant *ConstantVals[] = {
49 * #include "llvm/ProfileData/InstrProfData.inc"
50 * };
51 *
52 *
53 * The second part of the file includes definitions all other entities that
54 * are related to runtime ABI and format. When no field activation macro is
55 * defined, this file can be included to introduce the definitions.
56 *
57\*===----------------------------------------------------------------------===*/
58
59/* Functions marked with INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY must have hidden visibility in
60 * the compiler runtime. */
61#ifndef INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY
62#define INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY
63#endif
64
65// clang-format off:consider re-enabling clang-format if auto-formatted C macros
66// are readable (e.g., after `issue #82426` is fixed)
67/* INSTR_PROF_DATA start. */
68/* Definition of member fields of the per-function control structure. */
69#ifndef INSTR_PROF_DATA
70#define INSTR_PROF_DATA(Type, LLVMType, Name, Initializer)
71#else
72#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_DEFINED
73#endif
75 ConstantInt::get(llvm::Type::getInt64Ty(Ctx), \
76 IndexedInstrProf::ComputeHash(getPGOFuncNameVarInitializer(Inc->getName()))))
77INSTR_PROF_DATA(const uint64_t, llvm::Type::getInt64Ty(Ctx), FuncHash, \
78 ConstantInt::get(llvm::Type::getInt64Ty(Ctx), \
79 Inc->getHash()->getZExtValue()))
80INSTR_PROF_DATA(const IntPtrT, IntPtrTy, CounterPtr, RelativeCounterPtr)
81INSTR_PROF_DATA(const IntPtrT, IntPtrTy, BitmapPtr, RelativeBitmapPtr)
82/* This is used to map function pointers for the indirect call targets to
83 * function name hashes during the conversion from raw to merged profile
84 * data.
85 */
86INSTR_PROF_DATA(const IntPtrT, llvm::PointerType::getUnqual(Ctx), FunctionPointer, \
87 FunctionAddr)
88INSTR_PROF_DATA(IntPtrT, llvm::PointerType::getUnqual(Ctx), Values, \
89 ValuesPtrExpr)
90INSTR_PROF_DATA(const uint32_t, llvm::Type::getInt32Ty(Ctx), NumCounters, \
91 ConstantInt::get(llvm::Type::getInt32Ty(Ctx), NumCounters))
92INSTR_PROF_DATA(const uint16_t, Int16ArrayTy, NumValueSites[IPVK_Last+1], \
93 ConstantArray::get(Int16ArrayTy, Int16ArrayVals)) \
94INSTR_PROF_DATA(const uint32_t, llvm::Type::getInt32Ty(Ctx), NumBitmapBytes, \
95 ConstantInt::get(llvm::Type::getInt32Ty(Ctx), NumBitmapBytes))
96#undef INSTR_PROF_DATA
97/* INSTR_PROF_DATA end. */
98
99/* For a virtual table object, record the name hash to associate profiled
100 * addresses with global variables, and record {starting address, size in bytes}
101 * to map the profiled virtual table (which usually have an offset from the
102 * starting address) back to a virtual table object. */
103#ifndef INSTR_PROF_VTABLE_DATA
104#define INSTR_PROF_VTABLE_DATA(Type, LLVMType, Name, Initializer)
105#else
106#define INSTR_PROF_VTABLE_DATA_DEFINED
107#endif
109 VTableNameHash, ConstantInt::get(llvm::Type::getInt64Ty(Ctx), \
110 IndexedInstrProf::ComputeHash(PGOVTableName)))
112 VTablePointer, VTableAddr)
114 ConstantInt::get(llvm::Type::getInt32Ty(Ctx), \
115 VTableSizeVal))
116#undef INSTR_PROF_VTABLE_DATA
117/* INSTR_PROF_VTABLE_DATA end. */
118
119/* This is an internal data structure used by value profiler. It
120 * is defined here to allow serialization code sharing by LLVM
121 * to be used in unit test.
122 *
123 * typedef struct ValueProfNode {
124 * // InstrProfValueData VData;
125 * uint64_t Value;
126 * uint64_t Count;
127 * struct ValueProfNode *Next;
128 * } ValueProfNode;
129 */
130/* INSTR_PROF_VALUE_NODE start. */
131#ifndef INSTR_PROF_VALUE_NODE
132#define INSTR_PROF_VALUE_NODE(Type, LLVMType, Name, Initializer)
133#else
134#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_DEFINED
135#endif
137 ConstantInt::get(llvm::Type::GetInt64Ty(Ctx), 0))
138INSTR_PROF_VALUE_NODE(uint64_t, llvm::Type::getInt64Ty(Ctx), Count, \
139 ConstantInt::get(llvm::Type::GetInt64Ty(Ctx), 0))
140INSTR_PROF_VALUE_NODE(PtrToNodeT, llvm::PointerType::getUnqual(Ctx), Next, \
141 ConstantInt::get(llvm::PointerType::getUnqual(Ctx), 0))
142#undef INSTR_PROF_VALUE_NODE
143/* INSTR_PROF_VALUE_NODE end. */
144
145/* INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER start */
146/* Definition of member fields of the raw profile header data structure. */
147/* Please update llvm/docs/InstrProfileFormat.rst as appropriate when updating
148 raw profile format. */
149#ifndef INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER
150#define INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(Type, Name, Initializer)
151#else
152#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_DEFINED
153#endif
154INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, Magic, __llvm_profile_get_magic())
155INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, Version, __llvm_profile_get_version())
156INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, BinaryIdsSize, __llvm_write_binary_ids(NULL))
157INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, NumData, NumData)
158INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, PaddingBytesBeforeCounters, PaddingBytesBeforeCounters)
159INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, NumCounters, NumCounters)
160INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, PaddingBytesAfterCounters, PaddingBytesAfterCounters)
161INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, NumBitmapBytes, NumBitmapBytes)
162INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, PaddingBytesAfterBitmapBytes, PaddingBytesAfterBitmapBytes)
163INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, NamesSize, NamesSize)
164INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, CountersDelta,
165 (uintptr_t)CountersBegin - (uintptr_t)DataBegin)
167 (uintptr_t)BitmapBegin - (uintptr_t)DataBegin)
168INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, NamesDelta, (uintptr_t)NamesBegin)
169INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, NumVTables, NumVTables)
170INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, VNamesSize, VNamesSize)
171INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER(uint64_t, ValueKindLast, IPVK_Last)
172#undef INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER
173/* INSTR_PROF_RAW_HEADER end */
174
175/* VALUE_PROF_FUNC_PARAM start */
176/* Definition of parameter types of the runtime API used to do value profiling
177 * for a given value site.
178 */
179#ifndef VALUE_PROF_FUNC_PARAM
180#define VALUE_PROF_FUNC_PARAM(ArgType, ArgName, ArgLLVMType)
181#define INSTR_PROF_COMMA
182#else
183#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_DEFINED
184#define INSTR_PROF_COMMA ,
185#endif
186VALUE_PROF_FUNC_PARAM(uint64_t, TargetValue, Type::getInt64Ty(Ctx)) \
187 INSTR_PROF_COMMA
188VALUE_PROF_FUNC_PARAM(void *, Data, PointerType::getUnqual(Ctx)) INSTR_PROF_COMMA
189VALUE_PROF_FUNC_PARAM(uint32_t, CounterIndex, Type::getInt32Ty(Ctx))
190#undef VALUE_PROF_FUNC_PARAM
191#undef INSTR_PROF_COMMA
192/* VALUE_PROF_FUNC_PARAM end */
193
194/* VALUE_PROF_KIND start */
195#ifndef VALUE_PROF_KIND
196#define VALUE_PROF_KIND(Enumerator, Value, Descr)
197#else
198#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_DEFINED
199#endif
200/* For indirect function call value profiling, the addresses of the target
201 * functions are profiled by the instrumented code. The target addresses are
202 * written in the raw profile data and converted to target function name's MD5
203 * hash by the profile reader during deserialization. Typically, this happens
204 * when the raw profile data is read during profile merging.
205 *
206 * For this remapping the ProfData is used. ProfData contains both the function
207 * name hash and the function address.
208 */
209VALUE_PROF_KIND(IPVK_IndirectCallTarget, 0, "indirect call target")
210/* For memory intrinsic functions size profiling. */
211VALUE_PROF_KIND(IPVK_MemOPSize, 1, "memory intrinsic functions size")
212/* For virtual table address profiling, the address point of the virtual table
213 * (i.e., the address contained in objects pointing to a virtual table) are
214 * profiled. Note this may not be the address of the per C++ class virtual table
215 * object (e.g., there might be an offset).
216 *
217 * The profiled addresses are stored in raw profile, together with the following
218 * two types of information.
219 * 1. The (starting and ending) addresses of per C++ class virtual table objects.
220 * 2. The (compressed) virtual table object names.
221 * RawInstrProfReader converts profiled virtual table addresses to virtual table
222 * objects' MD5 hash.
223 */
224VALUE_PROF_KIND(IPVK_VTableTarget, 2, "The profiled address point of the vtable")
225/* These two kinds must be the last to be
226 * declared. This is to make sure the string
227 * array created with the template can be
228 * indexed with the kind value.
229 */
230VALUE_PROF_KIND(IPVK_First, IPVK_IndirectCallTarget, "first")
231VALUE_PROF_KIND(IPVK_Last, IPVK_VTableTarget, "last")
232
233#undef VALUE_PROF_KIND
234/* VALUE_PROF_KIND end */
235
236#undef COVMAP_V2_OR_V3
237#ifdef COVMAP_V2
238#define COVMAP_V2_OR_V3
239#endif
240#ifdef COVMAP_V3
241#define COVMAP_V2_OR_V3
242#endif
243
244/* COVMAP_FUNC_RECORD start */
245/* Definition of member fields of the function record structure in coverage
246 * map.
247 */
248#ifndef COVMAP_FUNC_RECORD
249#define COVMAP_FUNC_RECORD(Type, LLVMType, Name, Initializer)
250#else
251#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_DEFINED
252#endif
253#ifdef COVMAP_V1
255 NamePtr, llvm::ConstantExpr::getBitCast(NamePtr, \
258 llvm::ConstantInt::get(llvm::Type::getInt32Ty(Ctx), \
259 NameValue.size()))
260#endif
261#ifdef COVMAP_V2_OR_V3
262COVMAP_FUNC_RECORD(const int64_t, llvm::Type::getInt64Ty(Ctx), NameRef, \
263 llvm::ConstantInt::get( \
264 llvm::Type::getInt64Ty(Ctx), NameHash))
265#endif
267 llvm::ConstantInt::get( \
268 llvm::Type::getInt32Ty(Ctx), CoverageMapping.size()))
269COVMAP_FUNC_RECORD(const uint64_t, llvm::Type::getInt64Ty(Ctx), FuncHash, \
270 llvm::ConstantInt::get( \
271 llvm::Type::getInt64Ty(Ctx), FuncHash))
272#ifdef COVMAP_V3
273COVMAP_FUNC_RECORD(const uint64_t, llvm::Type::getInt64Ty(Ctx), FilenamesRef, \
274 llvm::ConstantInt::get( \
275 llvm::Type::getInt64Ty(Ctx), FilenamesRef))
276COVMAP_FUNC_RECORD(const char, \
278 CoverageMapping.size()), \
279 CoverageMapping,
281 CoverageMapping, CoverageMapping.size(), \
283#endif
284#undef COVMAP_FUNC_RECORD
285/* COVMAP_FUNC_RECORD end. */
286
287/* COVMAP_HEADER start */
288/* Definition of member fields of coverage map header.
289 */
290#ifndef COVMAP_HEADER
291#define COVMAP_HEADER(Type, LLVMType, Name, Initializer)
292#else
293#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_DEFINED
294#endif
295COVMAP_HEADER(uint32_t, Int32Ty, NRecords, \
296 llvm::ConstantInt::get(Int32Ty, NRecords))
297COVMAP_HEADER(uint32_t, Int32Ty, FilenamesSize, \
298 llvm::ConstantInt::get(Int32Ty, FilenamesSize))
299COVMAP_HEADER(uint32_t, Int32Ty, CoverageSize, \
300 llvm::ConstantInt::get(Int32Ty, CoverageMappingSize))
301COVMAP_HEADER(uint32_t, Int32Ty, Version, \
302 llvm::ConstantInt::get(Int32Ty, CovMapVersion::CurrentVersion))
303#undef COVMAP_HEADER
304/* COVMAP_HEADER end. */
305
306
307#ifdef INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY
308#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_DEFINED
309INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY(IPSK_data, \
310 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_DATA_COMMON), \
311 INSTR_PROF_DATA_COFF, "__DATA,")
312INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY(IPSK_cnts, \
313 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_CNTS_COMMON), \
314 INSTR_PROF_CNTS_COFF, "__DATA,")
315INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY(IPSK_bitmap, \
316 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_BITS_COMMON), \
317 INSTR_PROF_BITS_COFF, "__DATA,")
318INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY(IPSK_name, \
319 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_NAME_COMMON), \
320 INSTR_PROF_NAME_COFF, "__DATA,")
321INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY(IPSK_vname, \
322 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_VNAME_COMMON), \
323 INSTR_PROF_VNAME_COFF, "__DATA,")
324INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY(IPSK_vals, \
325 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_VALS_COMMON), \
326 INSTR_PROF_VALS_COFF, "__DATA,")
327INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY(IPSK_vnodes, \
328 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_VNODES_COMMON), \
329 INSTR_PROF_VNODES_COFF, "__DATA,")
330INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY(IPSK_vtab, \
331 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_VTAB_COMMON), \
332 INSTR_PROF_VTAB_COFF, "__DATA,")
333INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY(IPSK_covmap, \
334 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_COVMAP_COMMON), \
335 INSTR_PROF_COVMAP_COFF, "__LLVM_COV,")
336INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY(IPSK_covfun, \
337 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_COVFUN_COMMON), \
338 INSTR_PROF_COVFUN_COFF, "__LLVM_COV,")
339INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY(IPSK_orderfile, \
340 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_ORDERFILE_COMMON), \
341 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_ORDERFILE_COFF), "__DATA,")
342INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY(IPSK_covdata, \
343 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_COVDATA_COMMON), \
344 INSTR_PROF_COVDATA_COFF, "__LLVM_COV,")
345INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY(IPSK_covname, \
346 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_COVNAME_COMMON), \
347 INSTR_PROF_COVNAME_COFF, "__LLVM_COV,")
348
349#undef INSTR_PROF_SECT_ENTRY
350#endif
351
352
353#ifdef INSTR_PROF_VALUE_PROF_DATA
354#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_DEFINED
355
356#define INSTR_PROF_MAX_NUM_VAL_PER_SITE 255
357/*!
358 * This is the header of the data structure that defines the on-disk
359 * layout of the value profile data of a particular kind for one function.
360 */
361typedef struct ValueProfRecord {
362 /* The kind of the value profile record. */
364 /*
365 * The number of value profile sites. It is guaranteed to be non-zero;
366 * otherwise the record for this kind won't be emitted.
367 */
368 uint32_t NumValueSites;
369 /*
370 * The first element of the array that stores the number of profiled
371 * values for each value site. The size of the array is NumValueSites.
372 * Since NumValueSites is greater than zero, there is at least one
373 * element in the array.
374 */
375 uint8_t SiteCountArray[1];
376
377 /*
378 * The fake declaration is for documentation purpose only.
379 * Align the start of next field to be on 8 byte boundaries.
380 uint8_t Padding[X];
381 */
382
383 /* The array of value profile data. The size of the array is the sum
384 * of all elements in SiteCountArray[].
385 InstrProfValueData ValueData[];
386 */
387
388#ifdef __cplusplus
389 /*!
390 * Return the number of value sites.
391 */
392 uint32_t getNumValueSites() const { return NumValueSites; }
393 /*!
394 * Read data from this record and save it to Record.
395 */
396 void deserializeTo(InstrProfRecord &Record,
397 InstrProfSymtab *SymTab);
398 /*
399 * In-place byte swap:
400 * Do byte swap for this instance. \c Old is the original order before
401 * the swap, and \c New is the New byte order.
402 */
404#endif
405} ValueProfRecord;
406
407/*!
408 * Per-function header/control data structure for value profiling
409 * data in indexed format.
410 */
411typedef struct ValueProfData {
412 /*
413 * Total size in bytes including this field. It must be a multiple
414 * of sizeof(uint64_t).
415 */
416 uint32_t TotalSize;
417 /*
418 *The number of value profile kinds that has value profile data.
419 * In this implementation, a value profile kind is considered to
420 * have profile data if the number of value profile sites for the
421 * kind is not zero. More aggressively, the implementation can
422 * choose to check the actual data value: if none of the value sites
423 * has any profiled values, the kind can be skipped.
424 */
425 uint32_t NumValueKinds;
426
427 /*
428 * Following are a sequence of variable length records. The prefix/header
429 * of each record is defined by ValueProfRecord type. The number of
430 * records is NumValueKinds.
431 * ValueProfRecord Record_1;
432 * ValueProfRecord Record_N;
433 */
434
435#if __cplusplus
436 /*!
437 * Return the total size in bytes of the on-disk value profile data
438 * given the data stored in Record.
439 */
440 static uint32_t getSize(const InstrProfRecord &Record);
441 /*!
442 * Return a pointer to \c ValueProfData instance ready to be streamed.
443 */
444 static std::unique_ptr<ValueProfData>
445 serializeFrom(const InstrProfRecord &Record);
446 /*!
447 * Check the integrity of the record.
448 */
449 Error checkIntegrity();
450 /*!
451 * Return a pointer to \c ValueProfileData instance ready to be read.
452 * All data in the instance are properly byte swapped. The input
453 * data is assumed to be in little endian order.
454 */
455 static Expected<std::unique_ptr<ValueProfData>>
456 getValueProfData(const unsigned char *SrcBuffer,
457 const unsigned char *const SrcBufferEnd,
458 llvm::endianness SrcDataEndianness);
459 /*!
460 * Swap byte order from \c Endianness order to host byte order.
461 */
462 void swapBytesToHost(llvm::endianness Endianness);
463 /*!
464 * Swap byte order from host byte order to \c Endianness order.
465 */
466 void swapBytesFromHost(llvm::endianness Endianness);
467 /*!
468 * Return the total size of \c ValueProfileData.
469 */
470 uint32_t getSize() const { return TotalSize; }
471 /*!
472 * Read data from this data and save it to \c Record.
473 */
474 void deserializeTo(InstrProfRecord &Record,
475 InstrProfSymtab *SymTab);
476 void operator delete(void *ptr) { ::operator delete(ptr); }
477#endif
478} ValueProfData;
479
480/*
481 * The closure is designed to abstact away two types of value profile data:
482 * - InstrProfRecord which is the primary data structure used to
483 * represent profile data in host tools (reader, writer, and profile-use)
484 * - value profile runtime data structure suitable to be used by C
485 * runtime library.
486 *
487 * Both sources of data need to serialize to disk/memory-buffer in common
488 * format: ValueProfData. The abstraction allows compiler-rt's raw profiler
489 * writer to share the same format and code with indexed profile writer.
490 *
491 * For documentation of the member methods below, refer to corresponding methods
492 * in class InstrProfRecord.
493 */
494typedef struct ValueProfRecordClosure {
495 const void *Record;
496 uint32_t (*GetNumValueKinds)(const void *Record);
497 uint32_t (*GetNumValueSites)(const void *Record, uint32_t VKind);
498 uint32_t (*GetNumValueData)(const void *Record, uint32_t VKind);
499 uint32_t (*GetNumValueDataForSite)(const void *R, uint32_t VK, uint32_t S);
500
501 /*
502 * After extracting the value profile data from the value profile record,
503 * this method is used to map the in-memory value to on-disk value. If
504 * the method is null, value will be written out untranslated.
505 */
506 uint64_t (*RemapValueData)(uint32_t, uint64_t Value);
507 void (*GetValueForSite)(const void *R, InstrProfValueData *Dst, uint32_t K,
508 uint32_t S);
509 ValueProfData *(*AllocValueProfData)(size_t TotalSizeInBytes);
510} ValueProfRecordClosure;
511
512INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY ValueProfRecord *
513getFirstValueProfRecord(ValueProfData *VPD);
514INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY ValueProfRecord *
515getValueProfRecordNext(ValueProfRecord *VPR);
516INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY InstrProfValueData *
517getValueProfRecordValueData(ValueProfRecord *VPR);
518INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY uint32_t
519getValueProfRecordHeaderSize(uint32_t NumValueSites);
520
521#undef INSTR_PROF_VALUE_PROF_DATA
522#endif /* INSTR_PROF_VALUE_PROF_DATA */
523
524
525#ifdef INSTR_PROF_COMMON_API_IMPL
526#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_DEFINED
527#ifdef __cplusplus
528#define INSTR_PROF_INLINE inline
529#define INSTR_PROF_NULLPTR nullptr
530#else
531#define INSTR_PROF_INLINE
532#define INSTR_PROF_NULLPTR NULL
533#endif
534
535#ifndef offsetof
536#define offsetof(TYPE, MEMBER) ((size_t) &((TYPE *)0)->MEMBER)
537#endif
538
539// clang-format on
540
541/*!
542 * Return the \c ValueProfRecord header size including the
543 * padding bytes.
544 */
545INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY INSTR_PROF_INLINE uint32_t
546getValueProfRecordHeaderSize(uint32_t NumValueSites) {
547 uint32_t Size = offsetof(ValueProfRecord, SiteCountArray) +
548 sizeof(uint8_t) * NumValueSites;
549 /* Round the size to multiple of 8 bytes. */
550 Size = (Size + 7) & ~7;
551 return Size;
552}
553
554/*!
555 * Return the total size of the value profile record including the
556 * header and the value data.
557 */
558INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY INSTR_PROF_INLINE uint32_t
559getValueProfRecordSize(uint32_t NumValueSites, uint32_t NumValueData) {
560 return getValueProfRecordHeaderSize(NumValueSites) +
561 sizeof(InstrProfValueData) * NumValueData;
562}
563
564/*!
565 * Return the pointer to the start of value data array.
566 */
567INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY INSTR_PROF_INLINE InstrProfValueData *
568getValueProfRecordValueData(ValueProfRecord *This) {
569 return (InstrProfValueData *)((char *)This + getValueProfRecordHeaderSize(
570 This->NumValueSites));
571}
572
573/*!
574 * Return the total number of value data for \c This record.
575 */
576INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY INSTR_PROF_INLINE uint32_t
577getValueProfRecordNumValueData(ValueProfRecord *This) {
578 uint32_t NumValueData = 0;
579 uint32_t I;
580 for (I = 0; I < This->NumValueSites; I++)
581 NumValueData += This->SiteCountArray[I];
582 return NumValueData;
583}
584
585/*!
586 * Use this method to advance to the next \c This \c ValueProfRecord.
587 */
588INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY INSTR_PROF_INLINE ValueProfRecord *
589getValueProfRecordNext(ValueProfRecord *This) {
590 uint32_t NumValueData = getValueProfRecordNumValueData(This);
591 return (ValueProfRecord *)((char *)This +
592 getValueProfRecordSize(This->NumValueSites,
593 NumValueData));
594}
595
596/*!
597 * Return the first \c ValueProfRecord instance.
598 */
599INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY INSTR_PROF_INLINE ValueProfRecord *
600getFirstValueProfRecord(ValueProfData *This) {
601 return (ValueProfRecord *)((char *)This + sizeof(ValueProfData));
602}
603
604/* Closure based interfaces. */
605
606/*!
607 * Return the total size in bytes of the on-disk value profile data
608 * given the data stored in Record.
609 */
610INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY uint32_t
611getValueProfDataSize(ValueProfRecordClosure *Closure) {
613 uint32_t TotalSize = sizeof(ValueProfData);
614 const void *Record = Closure->Record;
615
616 for (Kind = IPVK_First; Kind <= IPVK_Last; Kind++) {
617 uint32_t NumValueSites = Closure->GetNumValueSites(Record, Kind);
618 if (!NumValueSites)
619 continue;
620 TotalSize += getValueProfRecordSize(NumValueSites,
621 Closure->GetNumValueData(Record, Kind));
622 }
623 return TotalSize;
624}
625
626/*!
627 * Extract value profile data of a function for the profile kind \c ValueKind
628 * from the \c Closure and serialize the data into \c This record instance.
629 */
630INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY void
631serializeValueProfRecordFrom(ValueProfRecord *This,
632 ValueProfRecordClosure *Closure,
633 uint32_t ValueKind, uint32_t NumValueSites) {
634 uint32_t S;
635 const void *Record = Closure->Record;
636 This->Kind = ValueKind;
637 This->NumValueSites = NumValueSites;
638 InstrProfValueData *DstVD = getValueProfRecordValueData(This);
639
640 for (S = 0; S < NumValueSites; S++) {
641 uint32_t ND = Closure->GetNumValueDataForSite(Record, ValueKind, S);
642 This->SiteCountArray[S] = ND;
643 Closure->GetValueForSite(Record, DstVD, ValueKind, S);
644 DstVD += ND;
645 }
646}
647
648/*!
649 * Extract value profile data of a function from the \c Closure
650 * and serialize the data into \c DstData if it is not NULL or heap
651 * memory allocated by the \c Closure's allocator method. If \c
652 * DstData is not null, the caller is expected to set the TotalSize
653 * in DstData.
654 */
655INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY ValueProfData *
656serializeValueProfDataFrom(ValueProfRecordClosure *Closure,
657 ValueProfData *DstData) {
659 uint32_t TotalSize =
660 DstData ? DstData->TotalSize : getValueProfDataSize(Closure);
661
662 ValueProfData *VPD =
663 DstData ? DstData : Closure->AllocValueProfData(TotalSize);
664
665 VPD->TotalSize = TotalSize;
666 VPD->NumValueKinds = Closure->GetNumValueKinds(Closure->Record);
667 ValueProfRecord *VR = getFirstValueProfRecord(VPD);
668 for (Kind = IPVK_First; Kind <= IPVK_Last; Kind++) {
669 uint32_t NumValueSites = Closure->GetNumValueSites(Closure->Record, Kind);
670 if (!NumValueSites)
671 continue;
672 serializeValueProfRecordFrom(VR, Closure, Kind, NumValueSites);
673 VR = getValueProfRecordNext(VR);
674 }
675 return VPD;
676}
677
678#undef INSTR_PROF_COMMON_API_IMPL
679#endif /* INSTR_PROF_COMMON_API_IMPL */
680
681/*============================================================================*/
682
683// clang-format off:consider re-enabling clang-format if auto-formatted C macros
684// are readable (e.g., after `issue #82426` is fixed)
685#ifndef INSTR_PROF_DATA_DEFINED
686
687#ifndef INSTR_PROF_DATA_INC
688#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_INC
689
690/* Helper macros. */
691#define INSTR_PROF_SIMPLE_QUOTE(x) #x
692#define INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(x) INSTR_PROF_SIMPLE_QUOTE(x)
693#define INSTR_PROF_SIMPLE_CONCAT(x,y) x ## y
694#define INSTR_PROF_CONCAT(x,y) INSTR_PROF_SIMPLE_CONCAT(x,y)
695
696/* Magic number to detect file format and endianness.
697 * Use 255 at one end, since no UTF-8 file can use that character. Avoid 0,
698 * so that utilities, like strings, don't grab it as a string. 129 is also
699 * invalid UTF-8, and high enough to be interesting.
700 * Use "lprofr" in the centre to stand for "LLVM Profile Raw", or "lprofR"
701 * for 32-bit platforms.
702 */
703#define INSTR_PROF_RAW_MAGIC_64 (uint64_t)255 << 56 | (uint64_t)'l' << 48 | \
704 (uint64_t)'p' << 40 | (uint64_t)'r' << 32 | (uint64_t)'o' << 24 | \
705 (uint64_t)'f' << 16 | (uint64_t)'r' << 8 | (uint64_t)129
706#define INSTR_PROF_RAW_MAGIC_32 (uint64_t)255 << 56 | (uint64_t)'l' << 48 | \
707 (uint64_t)'p' << 40 | (uint64_t)'r' << 32 | (uint64_t)'o' << 24 | \
708 (uint64_t)'f' << 16 | (uint64_t)'R' << 8 | (uint64_t)129
709
710/* Raw profile format version (start from 1). */
711#define INSTR_PROF_RAW_VERSION 10
712/* Indexed profile format version (start from 1). */
713#define INSTR_PROF_INDEX_VERSION 12
714/* Coverage mapping format version (start from 0). */
715#define INSTR_PROF_COVMAP_VERSION 6
716
717/* Profile version is always of type uint64_t. Reserve the upper 32 bits in the
718 * version for other variants of profile. We set the 8th most significant bit
719 * (i.e. bit 56) to 1 to indicate if this is an IR-level instrumentation
720 * generated profile, and 0 if this is a Clang FE generated profile.
721 * 1 in bit 57 indicates there are context-sensitive records in the profile.
722 * The 59th bit indicates whether to use debug info to correlate profiles.
723 * The 60th bit indicates single byte coverage instrumentation.
724 * The 61st bit indicates function entry instrumentation only.
725 * The 62nd bit indicates whether memory profile information is present.
726 * The 63rd bit indicates if this is a temporal profile.
727 */
728#define VARIANT_MASKS_ALL 0xffffffff00000000ULL
729#define GET_VERSION(V) ((V) & ~VARIANT_MASKS_ALL)
730#define VARIANT_MASK_IR_PROF (0x1ULL << 56)
731#define VARIANT_MASK_CSIR_PROF (0x1ULL << 57)
732#define VARIANT_MASK_INSTR_ENTRY (0x1ULL << 58)
733#define VARIANT_MASK_DBG_CORRELATE (0x1ULL << 59)
734#define VARIANT_MASK_BYTE_COVERAGE (0x1ULL << 60)
735#define VARIANT_MASK_FUNCTION_ENTRY_ONLY (0x1ULL << 61)
736#define VARIANT_MASK_MEMPROF (0x1ULL << 62)
737#define VARIANT_MASK_TEMPORAL_PROF (0x1ULL << 63)
738#define INSTR_PROF_RAW_VERSION_VAR __llvm_profile_raw_version
739#define INSTR_PROF_PROFILE_RUNTIME_VAR __llvm_profile_runtime
740#define INSTR_PROF_PROFILE_COUNTER_BIAS_VAR __llvm_profile_counter_bias
741#define INSTR_PROF_PROFILE_SET_TIMESTAMP __llvm_profile_set_timestamp
742
743/* The variable that holds the name of the profile data
744 * specified via command line. */
745#define INSTR_PROF_PROFILE_NAME_VAR __llvm_profile_filename
746
747/* section name strings common to all targets other
748 than WIN32 */
749#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_COMMON __llvm_prf_data
750#define INSTR_PROF_NAME_COMMON __llvm_prf_names
751#define INSTR_PROF_VNAME_COMMON __llvm_prf_vns
752#define INSTR_PROF_CNTS_COMMON __llvm_prf_cnts
753#define INSTR_PROF_BITS_COMMON __llvm_prf_bits
754#define INSTR_PROF_VALS_COMMON __llvm_prf_vals
755#define INSTR_PROF_VNODES_COMMON __llvm_prf_vnds
756#define INSTR_PROF_VTAB_COMMON __llvm_prf_vtab
757#define INSTR_PROF_COVMAP_COMMON __llvm_covmap
758#define INSTR_PROF_COVFUN_COMMON __llvm_covfun
759#define INSTR_PROF_COVDATA_COMMON __llvm_covdata
760#define INSTR_PROF_COVNAME_COMMON __llvm_covnames
761#define INSTR_PROF_ORDERFILE_COMMON __llvm_orderfile
762/* Windows section names. Because these section names contain dollar characters,
763 * they must be quoted.
764 */
765#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_COFF ".lprfd$M"
766#define INSTR_PROF_NAME_COFF ".lprfn$M"
767#define INSTR_PROF_VNAME_COFF ".lprfvn$M"
768#define INSTR_PROF_CNTS_COFF ".lprfc$M"
769#define INSTR_PROF_BITS_COFF ".lprfb$M"
770#define INSTR_PROF_VALS_COFF ".lprfv$M"
771#define INSTR_PROF_VNODES_COFF ".lprfnd$M"
772#define INSTR_PROF_VTAB_COFF ".lprfvt$M"
773#define INSTR_PROF_COVMAP_COFF ".lcovmap$M"
774#define INSTR_PROF_COVFUN_COFF ".lcovfun$M"
775/* Since cov data and cov names sections are not allocated, we don't need to
776 * access them at runtime.
777 */
778#define INSTR_PROF_COVDATA_COFF ".lcovd"
779#define INSTR_PROF_COVNAME_COFF ".lcovn"
780#define INSTR_PROF_ORDERFILE_COFF ".lorderfile$M"
781
782#ifdef _WIN32
783/* Runtime section names and name strings. */
784#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_DATA_COFF
785#define INSTR_PROF_NAME_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_NAME_COFF
786#define INSTR_PROF_CNTS_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_CNTS_COFF
787#define INSTR_PROF_BITS_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_BITS_COFF
788#define INSTR_PROF_VTAB_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_VTAB_COFF
789#define INSTR_PROF_VNAME_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_VNAME_COFF
790/* Array of pointers. Each pointer points to a list
791 * of value nodes associated with one value site.
792 */
793#define INSTR_PROF_VALS_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_VALS_COFF
794/* Value profile nodes section. */
795#define INSTR_PROF_VNODES_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_VNODES_COFF
796#define INSTR_PROF_COVMAP_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_COVMAP_COFF
797#define INSTR_PROF_COVFUN_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_COVFUN_COFF
798#define INSTR_PROF_COVDATA_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_COVDATA_COFF
799#define INSTR_PROF_COVNAME_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_COVNAME_COFF
800#define INSTR_PROF_ORDERFILE_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_ORDERFILE_COFF
801#else
802/* Runtime section names and name strings. */
803#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_DATA_COMMON)
804#define INSTR_PROF_NAME_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_NAME_COMMON)
805#define INSTR_PROF_CNTS_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_CNTS_COMMON)
806#define INSTR_PROF_BITS_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_BITS_COMMON)
807#define INSTR_PROF_VTAB_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_VTAB_COMMON)
808#define INSTR_PROF_VNAME_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_VNAME_COMMON)
809/* Array of pointers. Each pointer points to a list
810 * of value nodes associated with one value site.
811 */
812#define INSTR_PROF_VALS_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_VALS_COMMON)
813/* Value profile nodes section. */
814#define INSTR_PROF_VNODES_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_VNODES_COMMON)
815#define INSTR_PROF_COVMAP_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_COVMAP_COMMON)
816#define INSTR_PROF_COVFUN_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_COVFUN_COMMON)
817#define INSTR_PROF_COVDATA_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_COVDATA_COMMON)
818#define INSTR_PROF_COVNAME_SECT_NAME INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_COVNAME_COMMON)
819/* Order file instrumentation. */
820#define INSTR_PROF_ORDERFILE_SECT_NAME \
821 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_ORDERFILE_COMMON)
822#endif
823
824#define INSTR_PROF_ORDERFILE_BUFFER_NAME _llvm_order_file_buffer
825#define INSTR_PROF_ORDERFILE_BUFFER_NAME_STR \
826 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_ORDERFILE_BUFFER_NAME)
827#define INSTR_PROF_ORDERFILE_BUFFER_IDX_NAME _llvm_order_file_buffer_idx
828#define INSTR_PROF_ORDERFILE_BUFFER_IDX_NAME_STR \
829 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_ORDERFILE_BUFFER_IDX_NAME)
830
831/* Macros to define start/stop section symbol for a given
832 * section on Linux. For instance
833 * INSTR_PROF_SECT_START(INSTR_PROF_DATA_SECT_NAME) will
834 * expand to __start___llvm_prof_data
835 */
836#define INSTR_PROF_SECT_START(Sect) \
837 INSTR_PROF_CONCAT(__start_,Sect)
838#define INSTR_PROF_SECT_STOP(Sect) \
839 INSTR_PROF_CONCAT(__stop_,Sect)
840
841/* Value Profiling API linkage name. */
842#define INSTR_PROF_VALUE_PROF_FUNC __llvm_profile_instrument_target
843#define INSTR_PROF_VALUE_PROF_FUNC_STR \
844 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_VALUE_PROF_FUNC)
845#define INSTR_PROF_VALUE_PROF_MEMOP_FUNC __llvm_profile_instrument_memop
846#define INSTR_PROF_VALUE_PROF_MEMOP_FUNC_STR \
847 INSTR_PROF_QUOTE(INSTR_PROF_VALUE_PROF_MEMOP_FUNC)
848
849/* InstrProfile per-function control data alignment. */
850#define INSTR_PROF_DATA_ALIGNMENT 8
851
852/* The data structure that represents a tracked value by the
853 * value profiler.
854 */
855typedef struct InstrProfValueData {
856 /* Profiled value. */
858 /* Number of times the value appears in the training run. */
859 uint64_t Count;
860} InstrProfValueData;
861
862#endif /* INSTR_PROF_DATA_INC */
863
864#ifndef INSTR_ORDER_FILE_INC
865/* The maximal # of functions: 128*1024 (the buffer size will be 128*4 KB). */
866#define INSTR_ORDER_FILE_BUFFER_SIZE 131072
867#define INSTR_ORDER_FILE_BUFFER_BITS 17
868#define INSTR_ORDER_FILE_BUFFER_MASK 0x1ffff
869#endif /* INSTR_ORDER_FILE_INC */
870#else
871#undef INSTR_PROF_DATA_DEFINED
872#endif
873
874#undef COVMAP_V2_OR_V3
875
876#ifdef INSTR_PROF_VALUE_PROF_MEMOP_API
877
878#ifdef __cplusplus
879#define INSTR_PROF_INLINE inline
880#else
881#define INSTR_PROF_INLINE
882#endif
883
884/* The value range buckets (22 buckets) for the memop size value profiling looks
885 * like:
886 *
887 * [0, 0]
888 * [1, 1]
889 * [2, 2]
890 * [3, 3]
891 * [4, 4]
892 * [5, 5]
893 * [6, 6]
894 * [7, 7]
895 * [8, 8]
896 * [9, 15]
897 * [16, 16]
898 * [17, 31]
899 * [32, 32]
900 * [33, 63]
901 * [64, 64]
902 * [65, 127]
903 * [128, 128]
904 * [129, 255]
905 * [256, 256]
906 * [257, 511]
907 * [512, 512]
908 * [513, UINT64_MAX]
909 *
910 * Each range has a 'representative value' which is the lower end value of the
911 * range and used to store in the runtime profile data records and the VP
912 * metadata. For example, it's 2 for [2, 2] and 64 for [65, 127].
913 */
914#define INSTR_PROF_NUM_BUCKETS 22
915
916/*
917 * Clz and Popcount. This code was copied from
918 * compiler-rt/lib/fuzzer/{FuzzerBuiltins.h,FuzzerBuiltinsMsvc.h} and
919 * llvm/include/llvm/Support/MathExtras.h.
920 */
921#if defined(_MSC_VER) && !defined(__clang__)
922
923#include <intrin.h>
924INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY INSTR_PROF_INLINE
925int InstProfClzll(unsigned long long X) {
926 unsigned long LeadZeroIdx = 0;
927#if !defined(_M_ARM64) && !defined(_M_X64)
928 // Scan the high 32 bits.
929 if (_BitScanReverse(&LeadZeroIdx, (unsigned long)(X >> 32)))
930 return (int)(63 - (LeadZeroIdx + 32)); // Create a bit offset
931 // from the MSB.
932 // Scan the low 32 bits.
933 if (_BitScanReverse(&LeadZeroIdx, (unsigned long)(X)))
934 return (int)(63 - LeadZeroIdx);
935#else
936 if (_BitScanReverse64(&LeadZeroIdx, X)) return 63 - LeadZeroIdx;
937#endif
938 return 64;
939}
940INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY INSTR_PROF_INLINE
941int InstProfPopcountll(unsigned long long X) {
942 // This code originates from https://reviews.llvm.org/rG30626254510f.
943 unsigned long long v = X;
944 v = v - ((v >> 1) & 0x5555555555555555ULL);
945 v = (v & 0x3333333333333333ULL) + ((v >> 2) & 0x3333333333333333ULL);
946 v = (v + (v >> 4)) & 0x0F0F0F0F0F0F0F0FULL;
947 return (int)((unsigned long long)(v * 0x0101010101010101ULL) >> 56);
948}
949
950#else
951
952INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY INSTR_PROF_INLINE
953int InstProfClzll(unsigned long long X) { return __builtin_clzll(X); }
954INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY INSTR_PROF_INLINE
955int InstProfPopcountll(unsigned long long X) { return __builtin_popcountll(X); }
956
957#endif /* defined(_MSC_VER) && !defined(__clang__) */
958
959// clang-format on
960
961/* Map an (observed) memop size value to the representative value of its range.
962 * For example, 5 -> 5, 22 -> 17, 99 -> 65, 256 -> 256, 1001 -> 513. */
963INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY INSTR_PROF_INLINE uint64_t
964InstrProfGetRangeRepValue(uint64_t Value) {
965 if (Value <= 8)
966 // The first ranges are individually tracked. Use the value as is.
967 return Value;
968 else if (Value >= 513)
969 // The last range is mapped to its lowest value.
970 return 513;
971 else if (InstProfPopcountll(Value) == 1)
972 // If it's a power of two, use it as is.
973 return Value;
974 else
975 // Otherwise, take to the previous power of two + 1.
976 return (UINT64_C(1) << (64 - InstProfClzll(Value) - 1)) + 1;
977}
978
979/* Return true if the range that an (observed) memop size value belongs to has
980 * only a single value in the range. For example, 0 -> true, 8 -> true, 10 ->
981 * false, 64 -> true, 100 -> false, 513 -> false. */
982INSTR_PROF_VISIBILITY INSTR_PROF_INLINE unsigned
983InstrProfIsSingleValRange(uint64_t Value) {
984 if (Value <= 8)
985 // The first ranges are individually tracked.
986 return 1;
987 else if (InstProfPopcountll(Value) == 1)
988 // If it's a power of two, there's only one value.
989 return 1;
990 else
991 // Otherwise, there's more than one value in the range.
992 return 0;
993}
994
995#endif /* INSTR_PROF_VALUE_PROF_MEMOP_API */
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