Re: [PATCH 0/6] sched/deadline: cpuset: Rework DEADLINE bandwidth restoration

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On 03/29/23 14:55, Juri Lelli wrote:
> Qais reported [1] that iterating over all tasks when rebuilding root
> domains for finding out which ones are DEADLINE and need their bandwidth
> correctly restored on such root domains can be a costly operation (10+
> ms delays on suspend-resume). He proposed we skip rebuilding root
> domains for certain operations, but that approach seemed arch specific
> and possibly prone to errors, as paths that ultimately trigger a rebuild
> might be quite convoluted (thanks Qais for spending time on this!).
> To fix the problem
>  01/06 - Rename functions deadline with DEADLINE accounting (cleanup
>          suggested by Qais) - no functional change
>  02/06 - Bring back cpuset_mutex (so that we have write access to cpusets
>          from scheduler operations - and we also fix some problems
>          associated to percpu_cpuset_rwsem)
>  03/06 - Keep track of the number of DEADLINE tasks belonging to each cpuset
>  04/06 - Create DL BW alloc, free & check overflow interface for bulk
>          bandwidth allocation/removal - no functional change 
>  05/06 - Fix bandwidth allocation handling for cgroup operation
>          involving multiple tasks
>  06/06 - Use this information to only perform the costly iteration if
>          DEADLINE tasks are actually present in the cpuset for which a
>          corresponding root domain is being rebuilt
> With respect to the RFC posting [2]
>  1 - rename DEADLINE bandwidth accounting functions - Qais
>  2 - call inc/dec_dl_tasks_cs from switched_{to,from}_dl - Qais
>  3 - fix DEADLINE bandwidth allocation with multiple tasks - Waiman,
>      contributed by Dietmar
> This set is also available from
> deadline/rework-cpusets

Is this just waiting to be picked up or still there's something to be addressed


Qais Yousef

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