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# Affinitize interrupts to cores
#
# typical usage is (as root):
# set_irq_affinity -x local eth1 <eth2> <eth3>
#
# to get help:
# set_irq_affinity
#
# set_irq_affinity CPU_CORE ETHERNET
# set_irq_affinity 0-5 eth6
# set_irq_affinity 0-5 eth7
#
 
usage()
{
	echo
	echo "Usage: $0 [-x] {all|local|remote|one|custom} [ethX] <[ethY]>"
	echo "	options: -x		Configure XPS as well as smp_affinity"
	echo "	options: {remote|one} can be followed by a specific node number"
	echo "	Ex: $0 local eth0"
	echo "	Ex: $0 remote 1 eth0"
	echo "	Ex: $0 custom eth0 eth1"
	echo "	Ex: $0 0-7,16-23 eth0"
	echo
	exit 1
}
 
if [ "$1" == "-x" ]; then
	XPS_ENA=1
	shift
fi
 
num='^[0-9]+$'
# Vars
AFF=$1
shift
 
case "$AFF" in
    remote)	[[ $1 =~ $num ]] && rnode=$1 && shift ;;
    one)	[[ $1 =~ $num ]] && cnt=$1 && shift ;;
    all)	;;
    local)	;;
    custom)	;;
    [0-9]*)	;;
    -h|--help)	usage ;;
    "")		usage ;;
    *)		IFACES=$AFF && AFF=all ;;	# Backwards compat mode
esac
 
# append the interfaces listed to the string with spaces
while [ "$#" -ne "0" ] ; do
	IFACES+=" $1"
	shift
done
 
# for now the user must specify interfaces
if [ -z "$IFACES" ]; then
	usage
	exit 1
fi
 
# support functions
 
set_affinity()
{
	VEC=$core
	if [ $VEC -ge 32 ]
	then
		MASK_FILL=""
		MASK_ZERO="00000000"
		let "IDX = $VEC / 32"
		for ((i=1; i<=$IDX;i++))
		do
			MASK_FILL="${MASK_FILL},${MASK_ZERO}"
		done
 
		let "VEC -= 32 * $IDX"
		MASK_TMP=$((1<<$VEC))
		MASK=$(printf "%X%s" $MASK_TMP $MASK_FILL)
	else
		MASK_TMP=$((1<<$VEC))
		MASK=$(printf "%X" $MASK_TMP)
	fi
 
	printf "%s" $MASK > /proc/irq/$IRQ/smp_affinity
	printf "%s %d %s -> /proc/irq/$IRQ/smp_affinity\n" $IFACE $core $MASK
	if ! [ -z "$XPS_ENA" ]; then
		printf "%s %d %s -> /sys/class/net/%s/queues/tx-%d/xps_cpus\n" $IFACE $core $MASK $IFACE $((n-1))
		printf "%s" $MASK > /sys/class/net/$IFACE/queues/tx-$((n-1))/xps_cpus
	fi
}
 
# Allow usage of , or -
#
parse_range () {
        RANGE=${@//,/ }
        RANGE=${RANGE//-/..}
        LIST=""
        for r in $RANGE; do
		# eval lets us use vars in {#..#} range
                [[ $r =~ '..' ]] && r="$(eval echo {$r})"
		LIST+=" $r"
        done
	echo $LIST
}
 
# Affinitize interrupts
#
setaff()
{
	CORES=$(parse_range $CORES)
	ncores=$(echo $CORES | wc -w)
	n=1
 
	# this script only supports interrupt vectors in pairs,
	# modification would be required to support a single Tx or Rx queue
	# per interrupt vector
 
	queues="${IFACE}-.*TxRx"
 
	irqs=$(grep "$queues" /proc/interrupts | cut -f1 -d:)
	[ -z "$irqs" ] && irqs=$(grep $IFACE /proc/interrupts | cut -f1 -d:)
	[ -z "$irqs" ] && irqs=$(for i in `ls -Ux /sys/class/net/$IFACE/device/msi_irqs` ;\
	                         do grep "$i:.*TxRx" /proc/interrupts | grep -v fdir | cut -f 1 -d : ;\
	                         done)
	[ -z "$irqs" ] && echo "Error: Could not find interrupts for $IFACE"
 
	echo "IFACE CORE MASK -> FILE"
	echo "======================="
	for IRQ in $irqs; do
		[ "$n" -gt "$ncores" ] && n=1
		j=1
		# much faster than calling cut for each
		for i in $CORES; do
			[ $((j++)) -ge $n ] && break
		done
		core=$i
		set_affinity
		((n++))
	done
}
 
# now the actual useful bits of code
 
# these next 2 lines would allow script to auto-determine interfaces
#[ -z "$IFACES" ] && IFACES=$(ls /sys/class/net)
#[ -z "$IFACES" ] && echo "Error: No interfaces up" && exit 1
 
# echo IFACES is $IFACES
 
CORES=$(</sys/devices/system/cpu/online)
[ "$CORES" ] || CORES=$(grep ^proc /proc/cpuinfo | cut -f2 -d:)
 
# Core list for each node from sysfs
node_dir=/sys/devices/system/node
for i in $(ls -d $node_dir/node*); do
	i=${i/*node/}
	corelist[$i]=$(<$node_dir/node${i}/cpulist)
done
 
for IFACE in $IFACES; do
	# echo $IFACE being modified
 
	dev_dir=/sys/class/net/$IFACE/device
	[ -e $dev_dir/numa_node ] && node=$(<$dev_dir/numa_node)
	[ "$node" ] && [ "$node" -gt 0 ] || node=0
 
	case "$AFF" in
	local)
		CORES=${corelist[$node]}
	;;
	remote)
		[ "$rnode" ] || { [ $node -eq 0 ] && rnode=1 || rnode=0; }
		CORES=${corelist[$rnode]}
	;;
	one)
		[ -n "$cnt" ] || cnt=0
		CORES=$cnt
	;;
	all)
		CORES=$CORES
	;;
	custom)
		echo -n "Input cores for $IFACE (ex. 0-7,15-23): "
		read CORES
	;;
	[0-9]*)
		CORES=$AFF
	;;
	*)
		usage
		exit 1
	;;
	esac
 
	# call the worker function
	setaff
done
 
# check for irqbalance running
IRQBALANCE_ON=`ps ax | grep -v grep | grep -q irqbalance; echo $?`
if [ "$IRQBALANCE_ON" == "0" ] ; then
	echo " WARNING: irqbalance is running and will"
	echo "          likely override this script's affinitization."
	echo "          Please stop the irqbalance service and/or execute"
	echo "          'killall irqbalance'"
fi
  • billing/howto/irq_affinity.txt
  • Последние изменения: 18 месяц (-ев) назад
  • — Александр Дудяк