[gold patch] Incremental 15/18: Add --incremental-base option.

Cary Coutant ccoutant@google.com
Tue May 24 22:54:00 GMT 2011


>> You're going to some mild contortions to map in the base file, and then
>> you are throwing away the mapping.  If you are going to stick with this
>> copying approach, then I think it would be simpler to just map the
>> output file as for a non-incremental link, and then open() the base file
>> and read() the contents into the mapping you just created.  That will be
>> just as efficient--it's a nice sequential read--and will save you from
>> running out of memory when you in effect map the output file twice.
>
> Argh, good point. I'll rework this.

Revised patch attached.

-cary


2011-05-24 Cary Coutant  <ccoutant@google.com>

	* gold.cc (queue_initial_tasks): Pass incremental base filename
	to Output_file::open_base_file; don't print error message.
	* incremental-dump.cc (main): Adjust call to
	Output_file::open_for_modification.
	* incremental-dump.cc (main): Likewise.
	* incremental.cc (Incremental_inputs::report_command_line):
	Ignore --incremental-base option when comparing command lines.
	Ignore parameter when given as separate argument.
	* options.h (class General_options): Add --incremental-base.
	* output.cc (Output_file::Output_file):
	(Output_file::open_base_file): Add base_name and writable parameters;
	read base file into new file; print error message here.
	(Output_file::map_no_anonymous): Add writable parameter; adjust all
	callers.
	* output.h (Output_file::open_for_modification): Rename to...
	(Output_file::open_base_file): ...this; add base_name and
	writable parameters; adjust all callers.
	(Output_file::map_no_anonymous): Add writable parameter; adjust all
	callers.
	* testsuite/Makefile.am (incremental_test_4): Test
	--incremental-base.
	* testsuite/Makefile.in: Regenerate.
-------------- next part --------------
Add --incremental-base option.


2011-04-14 Cary Coutant  <ccoutant@google.com>

	* gold.cc (queue_initial_tasks): Pass incremental base filename
	to Output_file::open_base_file; don't print error message.
	* incremental-dump.cc (main): Adjust call to
	Output_file::open_for_modification.
	* incremental-dump.cc (main): Likewise.
	* incremental.cc (Incremental_inputs::report_command_line):
	Ignore --incremental-base option when comparing command lines.
	Ignore parameter when given as separate argument.
	* options.h (class General_options): Add --incremental-base.
	* output.cc (Output_file::Output_file):
	(Output_file::open_base_file): Add base_name and writable parameters;
	read base file into new file; print error message here.
	(Output_file::map_no_anonymous): Add writable parameter; adjust all
	callers.
	* output.h (Output_file::open_for_modification): Rename to...
	(Output_file::open_base_file): ...this; add base_name and
	writable parameters; adjust all callers.
	(Output_file::map_no_anonymous): Add writable parameter; adjust all
	callers.
	* testsuite/Makefile.am (incremental_test_4): Test
	--incremental-base.
	* testsuite/Makefile.in: Regenerate.


diff --git a/gold/gold.cc b/gold/gold.cc
index bf5ac89..4f1f871 100644
--- a/gold/gold.cc
+++ b/gold/gold.cc
@@ -204,11 +204,7 @@ queue_initial_tasks(const General_options& options,
       if (parameters->incremental_update())
 	{
 	  Output_file* of = new Output_file(options.output_file_name());
-	  if (!of->open_for_modification())
-	    gold_info(_("incremental update not possible: "
-			"cannot open %s"),
-		      options.output_file_name());
-	  else
+	  if (of->open_base_file(options.incremental_base(), true))
 	    {
 	      ibase = open_incremental_binary(of);
 	      if (ibase != NULL
diff --git a/gold/incremental-dump.cc b/gold/incremental-dump.cc
index 1887db8..a727eb5 100644
--- a/gold/incremental-dump.cc
+++ b/gold/incremental-dump.cc
@@ -449,10 +449,10 @@ main(int argc, char** argv)
 
   Output_file* file = new Output_file(filename);
 
-  bool t = file->open_for_modification();
+  bool t = file->open_base_file(NULL, false);
   if (!t)
     {
-      fprintf(stderr, "%s: open_for_modification(%s): %s\n", argv[0], filename,
+      fprintf(stderr, "%s: open_base_file(%s): %s\n", argv[0], filename,
               strerror(errno));
       return 1;
     }
diff --git a/gold/incremental.cc b/gold/incremental.cc
index 0a89940..a27afee 100644
--- a/gold/incremental.cc
+++ b/gold/incremental.cc
@@ -861,8 +861,17 @@ Incremental_inputs::report_command_line(int argc, const char* const* argv)
 	  || strcmp(argv[i], "--incremental-changed") == 0
 	  || strcmp(argv[i], "--incremental-unchanged") == 0
 	  || strcmp(argv[i], "--incremental-unknown") == 0
+	  || is_prefix_of("--incremental-base=", argv[i])
 	  || is_prefix_of("--debug=", argv[i]))
         continue;
+      if (strcmp(argv[i], "--incremental-base") == 0
+	  || strcmp(argv[i], "--debug") == 0)
+	{
+	  // When these options are used without the '=', skip the
+	  // following parameter as well.
+	  ++i;
+	  continue;
+	}
 
       args.append(" '");
       // Now append argv[i], but with all single-quotes escaped
diff --git a/gold/options.h b/gold/options.h
index 3949690..e272ae7 100644
--- a/gold/options.h
+++ b/gold/options.h
@@ -790,6 +790,11 @@ class General_options
   DEFINE_special(incremental_update, options::TWO_DASHES, '\0',
 		 N_("Do an incremental link; exit if not possible"), NULL);
 
+  DEFINE_string(incremental_base, options::TWO_DASHES, '\0', NULL,
+                N_("Set base file for incremental linking"
+                   " (default is output file)"),
+                N_("FILE"));
+
   DEFINE_special(incremental_changed, options::TWO_DASHES, '\0',
                  N_("Assume files changed"), NULL);
 
diff --git a/gold/output.cc b/gold/output.cc
index 8354da9..f26421d 100644
--- a/gold/output.cc
+++ b/gold/output.cc
@@ -4492,31 +4492,77 @@ Output_file::Output_file(const char* name)
 }
 
 // Try to open an existing file.  Returns false if the file doesn't
-// exist, has a size of 0 or can't be mmapped.
+// exist, has a size of 0 or can't be mmapped.  If BASE_NAME is not
+// NULL, open that file as the base for incremental linking, and
+// copy its contents to the new output file.  This routine can
+// be called for incremental updates, in which case WRITABLE should
+// be true, or by the incremental-dump utility, in which case
+// WRITABLE should be false.
 
 bool
-Output_file::open_for_modification()
+Output_file::open_base_file(const char* base_name, bool writable)
 {
   // The name "-" means "stdout".
   if (strcmp(this->name_, "-") == 0)
     return false;
 
+  bool use_base_file = base_name != NULL;
+  if (!use_base_file)
+    base_name = this->name_;
+  else if (strcmp(base_name, this->name_) == 0)
+    gold_fatal(_("%s: incremental base and output file name are the same"),
+	       base_name);
+
   // Don't bother opening files with a size of zero.
   struct stat s;
-  if (::stat(this->name_, &s) != 0 || s.st_size == 0)
-    return false;
+  if (::stat(base_name, &s) != 0)
+    {
+      gold_info(_("%s: stat: %s"), base_name, strerror(errno));
+      return false;
+    }
+  if (s.st_size == 0)
+    {
+      gold_info(_("%s: incremental base file is empty"), base_name);
+      return false;
+    }
+
+  // If we're using a base file, we want to open it read-only.
+  if (use_base_file)
+    writable = false;
 
-  int o = open_descriptor(-1, this->name_, O_RDWR, 0);
+  int oflags = writable ? O_RDWR : O_RDONLY;
+  int o = open_descriptor(-1, base_name, oflags, 0);
   if (o < 0)
-    gold_fatal(_("%s: open: %s"), this->name_, strerror(errno));
+    {
+      gold_info(_("%s: open: %s"), base_name, strerror(errno));
+      return false;
+    }
+
+  // If the base file and the output file are different, open a
+  // new output file and read the contents from the base file into
+  // the newly-mapped region.
+  if (use_base_file)
+    {
+      this->open(s.st_size);
+      ssize_t len = ::read(o, this->base_, s.st_size);
+      if (len < 0)
+        {
+	  gold_info(_("%s: read failed: %s"), base_name, strerror(errno));
+	  return false;
+        }
+      if (len < s.st_size)
+        {
+	  gold_info(_("%s: file too short"), base_name);
+	  return false;
+        }
+      ::close(o);
+      return true;
+    }
+
   this->o_ = o;
   this->file_size_ = s.st_size;
 
-  // If the file can't be mmapped, copying the content to an anonymous
-  // map will probably negate the performance benefits of incremental
-  // linking.  This could be helped by using views and loading only
-  // the necessary parts, but this is not supported as of now.
-  if (!this->map_no_anonymous())
+  if (!this->map_no_anonymous(writable))
     {
       release_descriptor(o, true);
       this->o_ = -1;
@@ -4605,7 +4651,7 @@ Output_file::resize(off_t file_size)
     {
       this->unmap();
       this->file_size_ = file_size;
-      if (!this->map_no_anonymous())
+      if (!this->map_no_anonymous(true))
 	gold_fatal(_("%s: mmap: %s"), this->name_, strerror(errno));
     }
 }
@@ -4628,9 +4674,10 @@ Output_file::map_anonymous()
 }
 
 // Map the file into memory.  Return whether the mapping succeeded.
+// If WRITABLE is true, map with write access.
 
 bool
-Output_file::map_no_anonymous()
+Output_file::map_no_anonymous(bool writable)
 {
   const int o = this->o_;
 
@@ -4652,12 +4699,14 @@ Output_file::map_no_anonymous()
   // output file will wind up incomplete, but we will have already
   // exited.  The alternative to fallocate would be to use fdatasync,
   // but that would be a more significant performance hit.
-  if (::posix_fallocate(o, 0, this->file_size_) < 0)
+  if (writable && ::posix_fallocate(o, 0, this->file_size_) < 0)
     gold_fatal(_("%s: %s"), this->name_, strerror(errno));
 
   // Map the file into memory.
-  base = ::mmap(NULL, this->file_size_, PROT_READ | PROT_WRITE,
-		MAP_SHARED, o, 0);
+  int prot = PROT_READ;
+  if (writable)
+    prot |= PROT_WRITE;
+  base = ::mmap(NULL, this->file_size_, prot, MAP_SHARED, o, 0);
 
   // The mmap call might fail because of file system issues: the file
   // system might not support mmap at all, or it might not support
@@ -4675,7 +4724,7 @@ Output_file::map_no_anonymous()
 void
 Output_file::map()
 {
-  if (this->map_no_anonymous())
+  if (this->map_no_anonymous(true))
     return;
 
   // The mmap call might fail because of file system issues: the file
diff --git a/gold/output.h b/gold/output.h
index 6b9b589..f8693c5 100644
--- a/gold/output.h
+++ b/gold/output.h
@@ -4188,9 +4188,10 @@ class Output_file
 
   // Try to open an existing file. Returns false if the file doesn't
   // exist, has a size of 0 or can't be mmaped.  This method is
-  // thread-unsafe.
+  // thread-unsafe.  If BASE_NAME is not NULL, use the contents of
+  // that file as the base for incremental linking.
   bool
-  open_for_modification();
+  open_base_file(const char* base_name, bool writable);
 
   // Open the output file.  FILE_SIZE is the final size of the file.
   // If the file already exists, it is deleted/truncated.  This method
@@ -4275,7 +4276,7 @@ class Output_file
 
   // Map the file into memory.
   bool
-  map_no_anonymous();
+  map_no_anonymous(bool);
 
   // Unmap the file from memory (and flush to disk buffers).
   void
diff --git a/gold/testsuite/Makefile.am b/gold/testsuite/Makefile.am
index 90860f1..821a9bb 100644
--- a/gold/testsuite/Makefile.am
+++ b/gold/testsuite/Makefile.am
@@ -1840,13 +1840,15 @@ incremental_test_3: two_file_test_1.o two_file_test_1b_v1.o two_file_test_1b.o \
 	$(CXXLINK) -Wl,--incremental-update -Bgcctestdir/ two_file_test_1.o two_file_test_tmp.o two_file_test_2.o two_file_test_main.o
 
 check_PROGRAMS += incremental_test_4
+MOSTLYCLEANFILES += incremental_test_4.base
 incremental_test_4: two_file_test_1.o two_file_test_1b.o two_file_test_2_v1.o \
 		    two_file_test_2.o two_file_test_main.o gcctestdir/ld
 	cp -f two_file_test_2_v1.o two_file_test_tmp.o
 	$(CXXLINK) -Wl,--incremental-full -Bgcctestdir/ two_file_test_1.o two_file_test_1b.o two_file_test_tmp.o two_file_test_main.o
+	mv -f incremental_test_4 incremental_test_4.base
 	@sleep 1
 	cp -f two_file_test_2.o two_file_test_tmp.o
-	$(CXXLINK) -Wl,--incremental-update -Bgcctestdir/ two_file_test_1.o two_file_test_1b.o two_file_test_tmp.o two_file_test_main.o
+	$(CXXLINK) -Wl,--incremental-update,--incremental-base=incremental_test_4.base -Bgcctestdir/ two_file_test_1.o two_file_test_1b.o two_file_test_tmp.o two_file_test_main.o
 
 endif DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64
 
diff --git a/gold/testsuite/Makefile.in b/gold/testsuite/Makefile.in
index 537d952..fdf5e8f 100644
--- a/gold/testsuite/Makefile.in
+++ b/gold/testsuite/Makefile.in
@@ -436,7 +436,8 @@ check_PROGRAMS = $(am__EXEEXT_1) $(am__EXEEXT_2) $(am__EXEEXT_3) \
 @DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64_TRUE@@GCC_TRUE@@NATIVE_LINKER_TRUE@am__append_35 = incremental_test_2 \
 @DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64_TRUE@@GCC_TRUE@@NATIVE_LINKER_TRUE@	incremental_test_3 \
 @DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64_TRUE@@GCC_TRUE@@NATIVE_LINKER_TRUE@	incremental_test_4
-@DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64_TRUE@@GCC_TRUE@@NATIVE_LINKER_TRUE@am__append_36 = two_file_test_tmp.o
+@DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64_TRUE@@GCC_TRUE@@NATIVE_LINKER_TRUE@am__append_36 = two_file_test_tmp.o \
+@DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64_TRUE@@GCC_TRUE@@NATIVE_LINKER_TRUE@	incremental_test_4.base
 
 # These tests work with native and cross linkers.
 
@@ -4600,9 +4601,10 @@ uninstall-am:
 @DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64_TRUE@@GCC_TRUE@@NATIVE_LINKER_TRUE@		    two_file_test_2.o two_file_test_main.o gcctestdir/ld
 @DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64_TRUE@@GCC_TRUE@@NATIVE_LINKER_TRUE@	cp -f two_file_test_2_v1.o two_file_test_tmp.o
 @DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64_TRUE@@GCC_TRUE@@NATIVE_LINKER_TRUE@	$(CXXLINK) -Wl,--incremental-full -Bgcctestdir/ two_file_test_1.o two_file_test_1b.o two_file_test_tmp.o two_file_test_main.o
+@DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64_TRUE@@GCC_TRUE@@NATIVE_LINKER_TRUE@	mv -f incremental_test_4 incremental_test_4.base
 @DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64_TRUE@@GCC_TRUE@@NATIVE_LINKER_TRUE@	@sleep 1
 @DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64_TRUE@@GCC_TRUE@@NATIVE_LINKER_TRUE@	cp -f two_file_test_2.o two_file_test_tmp.o
-@DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64_TRUE@@GCC_TRUE@@NATIVE_LINKER_TRUE@	$(CXXLINK) -Wl,--incremental-update -Bgcctestdir/ two_file_test_1.o two_file_test_1b.o two_file_test_tmp.o two_file_test_main.o
+@DEFAULT_TARGET_X86_64_TRUE@@GCC_TRUE@@NATIVE_LINKER_TRUE@	$(CXXLINK) -Wl,--incremental-update,--incremental-base=incremental_test_4.base -Bgcctestdir/ two_file_test_1.o two_file_test_1b.o two_file_test_tmp.o two_file_test_main.o
 @NATIVE_OR_CROSS_LINKER_TRUE@script_test_10.o: script_test_10.s
 @NATIVE_OR_CROSS_LINKER_TRUE@	$(TEST_AS) -o $@ $<
 @NATIVE_OR_CROSS_LINKER_TRUE@script_test_10: $(srcdir)/script_test_10.t script_test_10.o gcctestdir/ld


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