[gem5-users] Re: Coherent NoC with Gem5

2021-10-20 Thread Tung Hoang via gem5-users
Hi Gabriel

Thank you for the answer, can we simulate coherent NoC with CHI protocol as
a stand-alone using traces?

Best
/Tung

On Sun, Oct 10, 2021 at 11:59 PM Gabriel Busnot via gem5-users <
gem5-users@gem5.org> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Yes, there is. Look at the CHI protocol. It is compiled by default
> starting from gem5 20.0. You can find the documentation here:
> https://www.gem5.org/documentation/general_docs/ruby/CHI/
>
> Other protocols are available in src/mem/ruby/protocol: MI, MSI, MESI and
> MOESI in different flavors.
>
> Regards,
> Gabriel
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[gem5-users] Coherent NoC with Gem5

2021-10-09 Thread Tung Hoang via gem5-users
Hi All,

I am wondering if there is open source project that support Coherent NoC in
Gem5 (or others architecture simulators)?

Thanks
/T
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Re: [gem5-users] Unable to run script upon restoring from checkpoint

2018-08-03 Thread Tung Hoang
Nice to hear that.

 

/T

 

From: gem5-users [mailto:gem5-users-boun...@gem5.org] On Behalf Of Woo L.L.
Sent: Friday, August 3, 2018 2:06 PM
To: gem5 users mailing list 
Subject: Re: [gem5-users] Unable to run script upon restoring from
checkpoint

 

Hello there,

 

Problem solved. I did not set Cpu-Clock and Caches when I checkpoint the
system, hence that's why it throw the checkpoint in array.

Now I can successfully load the new script file and got the output needed. 

Thanks.

 

Regards,

Elena

 

From: gem5-users mailto:gem5-users-boun...@gem5.org> > on behalf of Elena Woo
mailto:l.l@soton.ac.uk> >
Reply-To: gem5 users mailing list mailto:gem5-users@gem5.org> >
Date: Friday, 3 August 2018 at 9:52 PM
To: TungHoang_GMail mailto:hoangthanht...@gmail.com> >, gem5 users mailing list
mailto:gem5-users@gem5.org> >
Subject: Re: [gem5-users] Unable to run script upon restoring from
checkpoint

 

Thanks for the steps outlined. I have no issue with Step 1, because that's
exactly what I did. I just have problem with Step 2 because although it can
restore from the checkpoint, it can't read the new script file.

 

Best regards,

Elena

 

From: TungHoang_GMail mailto:hoangthanht...@gmail.com> >
Date: Friday, 3 August 2018 at 9:27 PM
To: Elena Woo mailto:l.l@soton.ac.uk> >, gem5
users mailing list mailto:gem5-users@gem5.org> >
Subject: Re: [gem5-users] Unable to run script upon restoring from
checkpoint

 

Oh, I was misunderstand your flow but here is what I am using and it works
well

1) Create checkpoint using hack_back script, REMEMBER: not turning on
m5_term when checkpoint is created because it can take terminal control
which is supposed to release to your simulation when restoring. In the other
word, let checkpoing is created without any interaction.

2) Restore from checkpoint as usual. 

I though you may have problem with the step 1

Best,
/T

On 08/03/2018 01:14 PM, Woo L.L. wrote:

Hi,

 

I don't think the script has any problem because as you can see from the
result below, without any checkpointing, the program was able to execute
till the end after booting. So, I am pretty sure the "bash" is being
supported and the script works fine. I just couldn't get it to load after
restoring from checkpoint. 

 

 ./build/X86/gem5.opt -r -d sim_out --debug-flags=FaultInjection
./configs/example/fs.py --script=./configs/boot/dijkstra.rcS
--cpu-clock=250MHz -caches

 

Linux version 2.6.22.9 (gblack@fajita) (gcc version 4.1.2 (Gentoo 4.1.2
p1.1)) #12 SMP Fri Feb 27 22:10:33 PST 2009

Command line: earlyprintk=ttyS0 console=ttyS0 lpj=723 root=/dev/hda1

BIOS-provided physical RAM map:

 BIOS-e820:  - 0009fc00 (usable)

 BIOS-e820: 0009fc00 - 0010 (reserved)

 BIOS-e820: 0010 - 2000 (usable)

 BIOS-e820: 2000 - c000 (reserved)

 BIOS-e820:  - 0001 (reserved)

end_pfn_map = 1048576

kernel direct mapping tables up to 1 @ 8000-d000

DMI 2.5 present.

Zone PFN ranges:

  DMA 0 -> 4096

  DMA324096 ->  1048576

  Normal1048576 ->  1048576

early_node_map[2] active PFN ranges

0:0 ->  159

0:  256 ->   131072

Intel MultiProcessor Specification v1.4

MPTABLE: OEM ID:  MPTABLE: Product ID:  MPTABLE: APIC at: 0xFEE0

Processor #0 (Bootup-CPU)

I/O APIC #1 at 0xFEC0.

Setting APIC routing to flat

Processors: 1

Allocating PCI resources starting at c400 (gap: c000:3fff)

PERCPU: Allocating 34160 bytes of per cpu data

Built 1 zonelists.  Total pages: 127573

Kernel command line: earlyprintk=ttyS0 console=ttyS0 lpj=723
root=/dev/hda1

Initializing CPU#0

PID hash table entries: 2048 (order: 11, 16384 bytes)

time.c: Detected 250.000 MHz processor.

Console: colour dummy device 80x25

console handover: boot [earlyser0] -> real [ttyS0]

Dentry cache hash table entries: 65536 (order: 7, 524288 bytes)

Inode-cache hash table entries: 32768 (order: 6, 262144 bytes)

Checking aperture...

Memory: 509268k/524288k available (3699k kernel code, 14464k reserved, 1767k
data, 248k init)

Calibrating delay loop (skipped)... 3999.96 BogoMIPS preset

Mount-cache hash table entries: 256

CPU: L1 I Cache: 64K (64 bytes/line), D cache 64K (64 bytes/line)

CPU: L2 Cache: 1024K (64 bytes/line)

using mwait in idle threads.

SMP alternatives: switching to UP code

Freeing SMP alternatives: 34k freed

Using local APIC timer interrupts.

result 976564

Detected 0.976 MHz APIC timer.

Brought up 1 CPUs

NET: Registered protocol family 16

PCI: Using configuration type 1

SCSI subsystem initialized

usbcore: registered new interface driver usbfs

usbcore: registered new interface driver hub

usbcore: registered new device driver usb

PCI: Probing PCI hardware

PCI->APIC IRQ transform: :00:04.0[A] -> IRQ 16

PCI-GART: No AMD northbridge found.

Time: tsc clocksource has been installed.

NET: Registered protocol family 2

IP 

Re: [gem5-users] Unable to run script upon restoring from checkpoint

2018-08-03 Thread Tung Hoang
I looked at your command when you run your script from checkpoint

 

./build/X86/gem5.opt --debug-flags=FaultInjection ./configs/example/fs.py
--cpu-clock=250MHz --caches -r 1 --script=./configs/boot/dijkstra.py

 

I did not see some options such as "checkpoint" location via
"--checkpoint-dir" option of fs.py. Also, I suppose that DTB file
(--dtb-filename), machine type (--machine-type) and disk-images
(--disk-image) are properly setup and the benchmark executable file is added
into disk image.

 

Finally, I do not know the content of  "./configs/boot/dijkstra.py", in my
case that is another .rcS file which enters the location of benchmark
executable file in disk image then execute.

 

It's better if you can post commands for two steps and py script then people
can help

 

/Tung

From: Woo L.L. [mailto:l.l@soton.ac.uk] 
Sent: Friday, August 3, 2018 1:53 PM
To: TungHoang_GMail ; gem5 users mailing list

Subject: Re: [gem5-users] Unable to run script upon restoring from
checkpoint

 

Thanks for the steps outlined. I have no issue with Step 1, because that's
exactly what I did. I just have problem with Step 2 because although it can
restore from the checkpoint, it can't read the new script file.

 

Best regards,

Elena

 

From: TungHoang_GMail mailto:hoangthanht...@gmail.com> >
Date: Friday, 3 August 2018 at 9:27 PM
To: Elena Woo mailto:l.l@soton.ac.uk> >, gem5
users mailing list mailto:gem5-users@gem5.org> >
Subject: Re: [gem5-users] Unable to run script upon restoring from
checkpoint

 

Oh, I was misunderstand your flow but here is what I am using and it works
well

1) Create checkpoint using hack_back script, REMEMBER: not turning on
m5_term when checkpoint is created because it can take terminal control
which is supposed to release to your simulation when restoring. In the other
word, let checkpoing is created without any interaction.

2) Restore from checkpoint as usual. 

I though you may have problem with the step 1

Best,
/T

On 08/03/2018 01:14 PM, Woo L.L. wrote:

Hi,

 

I don't think the script has any problem because as you can see from the
result below, without any checkpointing, the program was able to execute
till the end after booting. So, I am pretty sure the "bash" is being
supported and the script works fine. I just couldn't get it to load after
restoring from checkpoint. 

 

 ./build/X86/gem5.opt -r -d sim_out --debug-flags=FaultInjection
./configs/example/fs.py --script=./configs/boot/dijkstra.rcS
--cpu-clock=250MHz -caches

 

Linux version 2.6.22.9 (gblack@fajita) (gcc version 4.1.2 (Gentoo 4.1.2
p1.1)) #12 SMP Fri Feb 27 22:10:33 PST 2009

Command line: earlyprintk=ttyS0 console=ttyS0 lpj=723 root=/dev/hda1

BIOS-provided physical RAM map:

 BIOS-e820:  - 0009fc00 (usable)

 BIOS-e820: 0009fc00 - 0010 (reserved)

 BIOS-e820: 0010 - 2000 (usable)

 BIOS-e820: 2000 - c000 (reserved)

 BIOS-e820:  - 0001 (reserved)

end_pfn_map = 1048576

kernel direct mapping tables up to 1 @ 8000-d000

DMI 2.5 present.

Zone PFN ranges:

  DMA 0 -> 4096

  DMA324096 ->  1048576

  Normal1048576 ->  1048576

early_node_map[2] active PFN ranges

0:0 ->  159

0:  256 ->   131072

Intel MultiProcessor Specification v1.4

MPTABLE: OEM ID:  MPTABLE: Product ID:  MPTABLE: APIC at: 0xFEE0

Processor #0 (Bootup-CPU)

I/O APIC #1 at 0xFEC0.

Setting APIC routing to flat

Processors: 1

Allocating PCI resources starting at c400 (gap: c000:3fff)

PERCPU: Allocating 34160 bytes of per cpu data

Built 1 zonelists.  Total pages: 127573

Kernel command line: earlyprintk=ttyS0 console=ttyS0 lpj=723
root=/dev/hda1

Initializing CPU#0

PID hash table entries: 2048 (order: 11, 16384 bytes)

time.c: Detected 250.000 MHz processor.

Console: colour dummy device 80x25

console handover: boot [earlyser0] -> real [ttyS0]

Dentry cache hash table entries: 65536 (order: 7, 524288 bytes)

Inode-cache hash table entries: 32768 (order: 6, 262144 bytes)

Checking aperture...

Memory: 509268k/524288k available (3699k kernel code, 14464k reserved, 1767k
data, 248k init)

Calibrating delay loop (skipped)... 3999.96 BogoMIPS preset

Mount-cache hash table entries: 256

CPU: L1 I Cache: 64K (64 bytes/line), D cache 64K (64 bytes/line)

CPU: L2 Cache: 1024K (64 bytes/line)

using mwait in idle threads.

SMP alternatives: switching to UP code

Freeing SMP alternatives: 34k freed

Using local APIC timer interrupts.

result 976564

Detected 0.976 MHz APIC timer.

Brought up 1 CPUs

NET: Registered protocol family 16

PCI: Using configuration type 1

SCSI subsystem initialized

usbcore: registered new interface driver usbfs

usbcore: registered new interface driver hub

usbcore: registered new device driver usb

PCI: Probing PCI hardware

PCI->APIC IRQ transform: :00:04.0[A] -> IRQ 16

PCI-GART: No AMD northbridge 

Re: [gem5-users] execution problem hello.c in architecture armv8 big.LITTLE

2018-05-31 Thread Tung Hoang
You may need “-static” for arm cross-compiling.

/T
On Thu, May 31, 2018 at 3:19 PM commerce _com 
wrote:

> Hi ciro,
>
> I'm sure the binary of the compilation  is in the image on the path: /
> home / root / parsec
>
> but I did not understand how to solve this problem; Please.
>
>
> com_.
>
> 2018-05-31 23:02 GMT+02:00 Ciro Santilli :
>
>> Likely incompatible compiler using wrong dynamic loader, do "file
>> hello", see "interpreter /some/path", and check if "/some/path" is
>> present on guest.
>>
>> On Thu, May 31, 2018 at 9:33 PM, commerce _com 
>> wrote:
>> > Hi all,
>> >
>> > i need to run hello.c in an architecture armv8 big.LITTLE
>> > I compile hello_word.c by a crosscompiler here is the command:
>> > arm-linux-gnueabihf-gcc hello.c -o hello
>> >
>> > I added the binarie of the compilation to the linaro aarch64 image,
>> with I
>> > generated this .rcs script as follows:
>> > #! / Bin / bash
>> > PARSEC_DIR = "/ home / root / parsec"
>> > cd $ PARSEC_DIR
>> > pwd
>> > ./Hello
>> >
>> > I typed the following command:
>> >
>> > sudo build / ARM / gem5.opt configs / example / arm / fs_bigLITTLE.py
>> > --kernel = / media / ali / ali / gem5-master / aarch-system-20180409 /
>> > binaries / vmlinux.vexpress_gem5_v1_64 --dtb = / media / ali / ali /
>> > gem5-master / aarch-system-20180409 / binaries /
>> > armv8_gem5_v1_big_little_2_2.dtb --bootscript = / home / ali / desktop /
>> > rcs_file / parsec_rcs / hello.rcS - caches
>> >
>> > the execution of the kernel it works normal but when it passes the
>> stage of
>> > execution of the hello I found this result:
>> >
>> > / tmp / script: line 3: cd: / home / root / parsec: No such file or
>> > directory
>> > /
>> > / tmp / script: line 5: ./hello: No such file or directory
>> >
>> > despite I added the binary hello to the linaro image.
>> >
>> > please if you have an idea to solve the problem.
>> >
>> > here is my file system.terminal:
>> >
>> > thanks advance.
>> >
>> > com_.
>> >
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Re: [gem5-users] compile parsec 3.0 with Cross-Compile:

2018-05-12 Thread Tung Hoang
You can compile parsec by using either cross compiler or qemu and add
binary benchmark into linaro image.

I am not sure if Ciro’s parsec can compile all benchmark for aarch64 but I
could not. At least Raytrace and Vips are not compiled with patches.

/T

On Sat, May 12, 2018 at 9:00 AM commerce _com 
wrote:

> hi Ciro;
>
> so i downloaded parsec which is in the link you sent me but did i copy it
> directly into the linaro arch64 image or i add the patch for arch64 i did
> not understand well ??
> because I need to copy parsec 3.0 in the linaro image to run with gem5.
>
> thanks;
>
>
> 2018-05-12 17:28 GMT+02:00 Ciro Santilli :
>
>> I don't think those patches are enough to run all benchmarks, and I
>> have never seen a set of patches that just worked for all benchmarks so
>> far.
>>
>> I have part of parsec benchmarks working at:
>>
>> https://github.com/cirosantilli/linux-kernel-module-cheat/tree/d1f676a680aca90e525f14d90605393a9742d09b#parsec-benchmark
>> and I'm clearly documenting what works and does not at:
>> https://github.com/cirosantilli/parsec-benchmark
>>
>> On Sat, May 12, 2018 at 3:17 PM, commerce _com 
>> wrote:
>> > hi all;
>> >
>> > I need to compile parsec 3.0 with Cross-Compile:
>> >
>> > here are the steps that I followed:
>> >
>> > I downloaded gcc-linaro-5.5.0-2017.10-x86_64_aarch64-linux-gnu and I
>> > modified the xcompile-patch.diff file as follows:
>> >
>> ># CC_HOME is root installation of the C compiler
>> > - export CC_HOME = "/ usr"
>> > + export CC_HOME = "/ media / ali / ali / parsec-3.0 /
>> > gcc-linaro-5.5.0-2017.10-x86_64_aarch64-linux-gnu"
>> ># BINUTIL_HOME is root installation of the GNU binutils
>> > - export BINUTIL_HOME = "/ usr"
>> > + export BINUTIL_HOME = "/ media / ali / ali / parsec-3.0 /
>> > gcc-linaro-5.5.0-2017.10-x86_64_aarch64-linux-gnu / aarch64-linux-gnu"
>> ># GNUTOOL_HOME is root installation of the GNU tools
>> >export GNUTOOL_HOME = "/ usr"
>> ># BINARY_PREFIX is the string which is used as prefix for the GNU
>> > binaries
>> >export BINARY_PREFIX = ""
>> > + # GCC_PREFIX is the string which is used as prefix for the compilers
>> and
>> > preprocessors
>> > + export GCC_PREFIX = "aarch64-linux-gnu-"
>> >
>> > I typed the command:
>> > patch -p1 > >
>> > I found the following result:
>> > patching file config / gcc.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / apps / blackscholes / parsec / gcc-pthreads.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / apps / bodytrack / parsec / gcc-pthreads.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / apps / facesim / parsec / gcc-pthreads.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / apps / ferret / parsec / gcc-pthreads.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / apps / fluidanimate / parsec / gcc-pthreads.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / apps / raytrace / parsec / gcc-pthreads.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / apps / swaptions / parsec / gcc-pthreads.bldconf
>> > patching pkgs file / apps / vips / parsec / gcc-pthreads.bldconf
>> > patching pkgs file / apps / x264 / parsec / gcc-pthreads.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / kernel / canneal / parsec / gcc-pthreads.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / kernel / dedup / parsec / gcc-pthreads.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / kernels / streamcluster / parsec /
>> gcc-pthreads.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs /libs/glib/parsec/gcc.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs /libs/gsl/parsec/gcc.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / libs / hooks / parsec / gcc.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / libs / hooks / src / hooks.c
>> > patching pkgs file / libs / libjpeg / parsec / gcc.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs /libs/libxml2/parsec/gcc.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / libs / mesa / parsec / gcc.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / libs / parmacs / parsec / gcc.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs /libs/ssl/parsec/gcc.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs /libs/tbblib/parsec/gcc.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / libs / uptcpip / parsec / gcc.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs /libs/zlib/parsec/gcc.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / tools / cmake / parsec / gcc.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / tools / libtool / parsec / gcc.bldconf
>> > patching file pkgs / tools / yasm / parsec / gcc.bldconf
>> >
>> > after I typed the following commands:
>> >
>> > export PARSECPLAT = "aarch64-linux"
>> > source ./env.sh
>> > parsecmgmt -a build -c gcc-hooks -p blackscholes
>> >
>> > and I found this error is in the last line:
>> >
>> > [PARSEC] Packages to build:  parsec.blackscholes
>> >
>> > [PARSEC] [== Building package parsec.blackscholes [1]
>> ==]
>> > [PARSEC] [-- Analyzing package parsec.blackscholes --]
>> > [PARSEC] parsec.blackscholes depends on: hooks
>> > [PARSEC] [-- Analyzing package parsec.hooks --]
>> > [PARSEC] parsec.hooks depends on: libtool
>> > [PARSEC] [-- Analyzing package parsec.libtool --]
>> > [PARSEC] parsec.libtool does not depend on any other packages.
>> > [PARSEC] [-- Building 

Re: [gem5-users] Connect CPU and accelerator through a bus

2018-04-20 Thread Tung Hoang
Another reference is https://github.com/harvard-acc/gem5-aladdin

 

B.R

/T

 

From: gem5-users [mailto:gem5-users-boun...@gem5.org] On Behalf Of Andreas 
Brokalakis
Sent: Friday, April 20, 2018 2:39 AM
To: gem5 users mailing list 
Cc: Tampouratzis Nikolaos 
Subject: Re: [gem5-users] Connect CPU and accelerator through a bus

 

Hi Jeckson,

if you check the presentations from the latest gem5 workshop, in our group we 
have most probably already implemented what you are looking to do. Please check 
here: 
http://gem5.org/wiki/images/5/52/Summit2017_complex_fs_incorporating_accelerators.pdf

If you think that this works for what you want to do, you may contact my 
colleague Nikos (cc'ed in this email). I am not sure if this work has been made 
available through github, but I am pretty sure a collaboration can be 
established anyway.

Best,

Andreas

 

On Thu, Apr 19, 2018 at 7:15 PM, Jeckson Souza  > wrote:

Hi Jason,

 

Thanks for the reply and the code example! 

As a workaround, I was using a direct connection between multiple cores and one 
accelerator with a vector of ports, but I will definitely change to your 
approach.

 

Cheers,

Jeckson Dellagostin Souza

PhD Student

Instituto de Informática

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

 

 

 

 

2018-04-19 12:22 GMT-03:00 Jason Lowe-Power  >:

Hi Jeckson,

 

[Note: Just found this in my drafts. Sorry for the slow reply.]

 

You could use memory-mapped I/O regions by using it as a PIODevice. 
Essentially, you can set up your accelerator to only respond to certain 
physical addresses by implementing getAddrRanges() to return just those 
addresses. Then, the CPU could read/write those addresses and communicate with 
your accelerator. This is similar to how devices work in real life.

 

Memory-mapped I/O is simple to set up in SE mode. However, in FS mode it's more 
complicated since you actually have to write a kernel driver.

 

Here's an example accelerator like you described: 
https://github.com/powerjg/gem5/tree/devel/accel/src/accel. That branch 
(devel/accel) has all of the necessary code.

 

Cheers,

Jason

 

--- 

Jason Lowe-Power

Assistant Professor, Computer Science Department

University of California, Davis

3049 Kemper Hall

https://faculty.engineering.ucdavis.edu/lowepower/

 

 

 

On Wed, Apr 4, 2018 at 8:30 AM Jeckson Souza  > wrote:

Hi all,

I'm trying to send instructions from a CPU to an accelerator through a 
SystemXBar (I need the bus as, eventually, I'll add more of these components to 
the system). 

In my first attempt, I tried to create ports on the CPU/accelerator similar to 
the ones used as memory ports so I could use the existing xbar to communicate. 
However, these Master/SlavePorts require me to use Packets and Requests, which, 
if I understand correctly, are tied to valid memory addresses. 

Does anybody know if there is an implemented bus/port type which I could use in 
this case?

 

Regards,


Jeckson

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