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/* Timing variables for measuring compiler performance.
   Copyright (C) 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2010
   Free Software Foundation, Inc.
   Contributed by Alex Samuel <samuel@codesourcery.com>

This file is part of GCC.

GCC is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option) any later
version.

GCC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License
for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with GCC; see the file COPYING3.  If not see
<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.  */

#include "config.h"
#include "system.h"
#include "timevar.h"

#ifndef HAVE_CLOCK_T
typedef int clock_t;
#endif

#ifndef HAVE_STRUCT_TMS
struct tms
{
  clock_t tms_utime;
  clock_t tms_stime;
  clock_t tms_cutime;
  clock_t tms_cstime;
};
#endif

#ifndef RUSAGE_SELF
# define RUSAGE_SELF 0
#endif

/* Calculation of scale factor to convert ticks to microseconds.
   We mustn't use CLOCKS_PER_SEC except with clock().  */
#if HAVE_SYSCONF && defined _SC_CLK_TCK
# define TICKS_PER_SECOND sysconf (_SC_CLK_TCK) /* POSIX 1003.1-1996 */
#else
# ifdef CLK_TCK
#  define TICKS_PER_SECOND CLK_TCK /* POSIX 1003.1-1988; obsolescent */
# else
#  ifdef HZ
#   define TICKS_PER_SECOND HZ  /* traditional UNIX */
#  else
#   define TICKS_PER_SECOND 100 /* often the correct value */
#  endif
# endif
#endif

/* Prefer times to getrusage to clock (each gives successively less
   information).  */
#ifdef HAVE_TIMES
# if defined HAVE_DECL_TIMES && !HAVE_DECL_TIMES
  extern clock_t times (struct tms *);
# endif
# define USE_TIMES
# define HAVE_USER_TIME
# define HAVE_SYS_TIME
# define HAVE_WALL_TIME
#else
#ifdef HAVE_GETRUSAGE
# if defined HAVE_DECL_GETRUSAGE && !HAVE_DECL_GETRUSAGE
  extern int getrusage (int, struct rusage *);
# endif
# define USE_GETRUSAGE
# define HAVE_USER_TIME
# define HAVE_SYS_TIME
#else
#ifdef HAVE_CLOCK
# if defined HAVE_DECL_CLOCK && !HAVE_DECL_CLOCK
  extern clock_t clock (void);
# endif
# define USE_CLOCK
# define HAVE_USER_TIME
#endif
#endif
#endif

/* libc is very likely to have snuck a call to sysconf() into one of
   the underlying constants, and that can be very slow, so we have to
   precompute them.  Whose wonderful idea was it to make all those
   _constants_ variable at run time, anyway?  */
#ifdef USE_TIMES
static double ticks_to_msec;
#define TICKS_TO_MSEC (1 / (double)TICKS_PER_SECOND)
#endif

#ifdef USE_CLOCK
static double clocks_to_msec;
#define CLOCKS_TO_MSEC (1 / (double)CLOCKS_PER_SEC)
#endif

/* True if timevars should be used.  In GCC, this happens with
   the -ftime-report flag.  */

bool timevar_enable;

/* Total amount of memory allocated by garbage collector.  */

size_t timevar_ggc_mem_total;

/* The amount of memory that will cause us to report the timevar even
   if the time spent is not significant.  */

#define GGC_MEM_BOUND (1 << 20)

/* See timevar.h for an explanation of timing variables.  */

/* A timing variable.  */

struct timevar_def
{
  /* Elapsed time for this variable.  */
  struct timevar_time_def elapsed;

  /* If this variable is timed independently of the timing stack,
     using timevar_start, this contains the start time.  */
  struct timevar_time_def start_time;

  /* The name of this timing variable.  */
  const char *name;

  /* Nonzero if this timing variable is running as a standalone
     timer.  */
  unsigned standalone : 1;

  /* Nonzero if this timing variable was ever started or pushed onto
     the timing stack.  */
  unsigned used : 1;
};

/* An element on the timing stack.  Elapsed time is attributed to the
   topmost timing variable on the stack.  */

struct timevar_stack_def
{
  /* The timing variable at this stack level.  */
  struct timevar_def *timevar;

  /* The next lower timing variable context in the stack.  */
  struct timevar_stack_def *next;
};

/* Declared timing variables.  Constructed from the contents of
   timevar.def.  */
static struct timevar_def timevars[TIMEVAR_LAST];

/* The top of the timing stack.  */
static struct timevar_stack_def *stack;

/* A list of unused (i.e. allocated and subsequently popped)
   timevar_stack_def instances.  */
static struct timevar_stack_def *unused_stack_instances;

/* The time at which the topmost element on the timing stack was
   pushed.  Time elapsed since then is attributed to the topmost
   element.  */
static struct timevar_time_def start_time;

static void get_time (struct timevar_time_def *);
static void timevar_accumulate (struct timevar_time_def *,
				struct timevar_time_def *,
				struct timevar_time_def *);

/* Fill the current times into TIME.  The definition of this function
   also defines any or all of the HAVE_USER_TIME, HAVE_SYS_TIME, and
   HAVE_WALL_TIME macros.  */

static void
get_time (struct timevar_time_def *now)
{
  now->user = 0;
  now->sys  = 0;
  now->wall = 0;
  now->ggc_mem = timevar_ggc_mem_total;

  if (!timevar_enable)
    return;

  {
#ifdef USE_TIMES
    struct tms tms;
    now->wall = times (&tms)  * ticks_to_msec;
    now->user = tms.tms_utime * ticks_to_msec;
    now->sys  = tms.tms_stime * ticks_to_msec;
#endif
#ifdef USE_GETRUSAGE
    struct rusage rusage;
    getrusage (RUSAGE_SELF, &rusage);
    now->user = rusage.ru_utime.tv_sec + rusage.ru_utime.tv_usec * 1e-6;
    now->sys  = rusage.ru_stime.tv_sec + rusage.ru_stime.tv_usec * 1e-6;
#endif
#ifdef USE_CLOCK
    now->user = clock () * clocks_to_msec;
#endif
  }
}

/* Add the difference between STOP_TIME and START_TIME to TIMER.  */

static void
timevar_accumulate (struct timevar_time_def *timer,
		    struct timevar_time_def *start_time,
		    struct timevar_time_def *stop_time)
{
  timer->user += stop_time->user - start_time->user;
  timer->sys += stop_time->sys - start_time->sys;
  timer->wall += stop_time->wall - start_time->wall;
  timer->ggc_mem += stop_time->ggc_mem - start_time->ggc_mem;
}

/* Initialize timing variables.  */

void
timevar_init (void)
{
  timevar_enable = true;

  /* Zero all elapsed times.  */
  memset (timevars, 0, sizeof (timevars));

  /* Initialize the names of timing variables.  */
#define DEFTIMEVAR(identifier__, name__) \
  timevars[identifier__].name = name__;
#include "timevar.def"
#undef DEFTIMEVAR

#ifdef USE_TIMES
  ticks_to_msec = TICKS_TO_MSEC;
#endif
#ifdef USE_CLOCK
  clocks_to_msec = CLOCKS_TO_MSEC;
#endif
}

/* Push TIMEVAR onto the timing stack.  No further elapsed time is
   attributed to the previous topmost timing variable on the stack;
   subsequent elapsed time is attributed to TIMEVAR, until it is
   popped or another element is pushed on top.

   TIMEVAR cannot be running as a standalone timer.  */

void
timevar_push_1 (timevar_id_t timevar)
{
  struct timevar_def *tv = &timevars[timevar];
  struct timevar_stack_def *context;
  struct timevar_time_def now;

  /* Mark this timing variable as used.  */
  tv->used = 1;

  /* Can't push a standalone timer.  */
  gcc_assert (!tv->standalone);

  /* What time is it?  */
  get_time (&now);

  /* If the stack isn't empty, attribute the current elapsed time to
     the old topmost element.  */
  if (stack)
    timevar_accumulate (&stack->timevar->elapsed, &start_time, &now);

  /* Reset the start time; from now on, time is attributed to
     TIMEVAR.  */
  start_time = now;

  /* See if we have a previously-allocated stack instance.  If so,
     take it off the list.  If not, malloc a new one.  */
  if (unused_stack_instances != NULL)
    {
      context = unused_stack_instances;
      unused_stack_instances = unused_stack_instances->next;
    }
  else
    context = XNEW (struct timevar_stack_def);

  /* Fill it in and put it on the stack.  */
  context->timevar = tv;
  context->next = stack;
  stack = context;
}

/* Pop the topmost timing variable element off the timing stack.  The
   popped variable must be TIMEVAR.  Elapsed time since the that
   element was pushed on, or since it was last exposed on top of the
   stack when the element above it was popped off, is credited to that
   timing variable.  */

void
timevar_pop_1 (timevar_id_t timevar)
{
  struct timevar_time_def now;
  struct timevar_stack_def *popped = stack;

  gcc_assert (&timevars[timevar] == stack->timevar);

  /* What time is it?  */
  get_time (&now);

  /* Attribute the elapsed time to the element we're popping.  */
  timevar_accumulate (&popped->timevar->elapsed, &start_time, &now);

  /* Reset the start time; from now on, time is attributed to the
     element just exposed on the stack.  */
  start_time = now;

  /* Take the item off the stack.  */
  stack = stack->next;

  /* Don't delete the stack element; instead, add it to the list of
     unused elements for later use.  */
  popped->next = unused_stack_instances;
  unused_stack_instances = popped;
}

/* Start timing TIMEVAR independently of the timing stack.  Elapsed
   time until timevar_stop is called for the same timing variable is
   attributed to TIMEVAR.  */

void
timevar_start (timevar_id_t timevar)
{
  struct timevar_def *tv = &timevars[timevar];

  if (!timevar_enable)
    return;

  /* Mark this timing variable as used.  */
  tv->used = 1;

  /* Don't allow the same timing variable to be started more than
     once.  */
  gcc_assert (!tv->standalone);
  tv->standalone = 1;

  get_time (&tv->start_time);
}

/* Stop timing TIMEVAR.  Time elapsed since timevar_start was called
   is attributed to it.  */

void
timevar_stop (timevar_id_t timevar)
{
  struct timevar_def *tv = &timevars[timevar];
  struct timevar_time_def now;

  if (!timevar_enable)
    return;

  /* TIMEVAR must have been started via timevar_start.  */
  gcc_assert (tv->standalone);

  get_time (&now);
  timevar_accumulate (&tv->elapsed, &tv->start_time, &now);
}

/* Summarize timing variables to FP.  The timing variable TV_TOTAL has
   a special meaning -- it's considered to be the total elapsed time,
   for normalizing the others, and is displayed last.  */

void
timevar_print (FILE *fp)
{
  /* Only print stuff if we have some sort of time information.  */
#if defined (HAVE_USER_TIME) || defined (HAVE_SYS_TIME) || defined (HAVE_WALL_TIME)
  unsigned int /* timevar_id_t */ id;
  struct timevar_time_def *total = &timevars[TV_TOTAL].elapsed;
  struct timevar_time_def now;

  if (!timevar_enable)
    return;

  /* Update timing information in case we're calling this from GDB.  */

  if (fp == 0)
    fp = stderr;

  /* What time is it?  */
  get_time (&now);

  /* If the stack isn't empty, attribute the current elapsed time to
     the old topmost element.  */
  if (stack)
    timevar_accumulate (&stack->timevar->elapsed, &start_time, &now);

  /* Reset the start time; from now on, time is attributed to
     TIMEVAR.  */
  start_time = now;

  fputs ("\nExecution times (seconds)\n", fp);
  for (id = 0; id < (unsigned int) TIMEVAR_LAST; ++id)
    {
      struct timevar_def *tv = &timevars[(timevar_id_t) id];
      const double tiny = 5e-3;

      /* Don't print the total execution time here; that goes at the
	 end.  */
      if ((timevar_id_t) id == TV_TOTAL)
	continue;

      /* Don't print timing variables that were never used.  */
      if (!tv->used)
	continue;

      /* Don't print timing variables if we're going to get a row of
         zeroes.  */
      if (tv->elapsed.user < tiny
	  && tv->elapsed.sys < tiny
	  && tv->elapsed.wall < tiny
	  && tv->elapsed.ggc_mem < GGC_MEM_BOUND)
	continue;

      /* The timing variable name.  */
      fprintf (fp, " %-22s:", tv->name);

#ifdef HAVE_USER_TIME
      /* Print user-mode time for this process.  */
      fprintf (fp, "%7.2f (%2.0f%%) usr",
	       tv->elapsed.user,
	       (total->user == 0 ? 0 : tv->elapsed.user / total->user) * 100);
#endif /* HAVE_USER_TIME */

#ifdef HAVE_SYS_TIME
      /* Print system-mode time for this process.  */
      fprintf (fp, "%7.2f (%2.0f%%) sys",
	       tv->elapsed.sys,
	       (total->sys == 0 ? 0 : tv->elapsed.sys / total->sys) * 100);
#endif /* HAVE_SYS_TIME */

#ifdef HAVE_WALL_TIME
      /* Print wall clock time elapsed.  */
      fprintf (fp, "%7.2f (%2.0f%%) wall",
	       tv->elapsed.wall,
	       (total->wall == 0 ? 0 : tv->elapsed.wall / total->wall) * 100);
#endif /* HAVE_WALL_TIME */

      /* Print the amount of ggc memory allocated.  */
      fprintf (fp, "%8u kB (%2.0f%%) ggc",
	       (unsigned) (tv->elapsed.ggc_mem >> 10),
	       (total->ggc_mem == 0
		? 0
		: (float) tv->elapsed.ggc_mem / total->ggc_mem) * 100);

      putc ('\n', fp);
    }

  /* Print total time.  */
  fputs (" TOTAL                 :", fp);
#ifdef HAVE_USER_TIME
  fprintf (fp, "%7.2f          ", total->user);
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_SYS_TIME
  fprintf (fp, "%7.2f          ", total->sys);
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_WALL_TIME
  fprintf (fp, "%7.2f           ", total->wall);
#endif
  fprintf (fp, "%8u kB\n", (unsigned) (total->ggc_mem >> 10));

#ifdef ENABLE_CHECKING
  fprintf (fp, "Extra diagnostic checks enabled; compiler may run slowly.\n");
  fprintf (fp, "Configure with --enable-checking=release to disable checks.\n");
#endif
#ifndef ENABLE_ASSERT_CHECKING
  fprintf (fp, "Internal checks disabled; compiler is not suited for release.\n");
  fprintf (fp, "Configure with --enable-checking=release to enable checks.\n");
#endif

#endif /* defined (HAVE_USER_TIME) || defined (HAVE_SYS_TIME)
	  || defined (HAVE_WALL_TIME) */
}

/* Prints a message to stderr stating that time elapsed in STR is
   TOTAL (given in microseconds).  */

void
print_time (const char *str, long total)
{
  long all_time = get_run_time ();
  fprintf (stderr,
	   "time in %s: %ld.%06ld (%ld%%)\n",
	   str, total / 1000000, total % 1000000,
	   all_time == 0 ? 0
	   : (long) (((100.0 * (double) total) / (double) all_time) + .5));
}