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//===--- CodeGenPGO.h - PGO Instrumentation for LLVM CodeGen ----*- C++ -*-===//
// The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
// This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
// License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
// Instrumentation-based profile-guided optimization
#include "CGBuilder.h"
#include "CodeGenModule.h"
#include "CodeGenTypes.h"
#include "clang/Frontend/CodeGenOptions.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringMap.h"
#include "llvm/Support/MemoryBuffer.h"
#include <memory>
namespace clang {
namespace CodeGen {
class RegionCounter;
/// Per-function PGO state. This class should generally not be used directly,
/// but instead through the CodeGenFunction and RegionCounter types.
class CodeGenPGO {
CodeGenModule &CGM;
std::unique_ptr<std::string> PrefixedFuncName;
StringRef RawFuncName;
llvm::GlobalValue::LinkageTypes VarLinkage;
unsigned NumRegionCounters;
uint64_t FunctionHash;
llvm::GlobalVariable *RegionCounters;
std::unique_ptr<llvm::DenseMap<const Stmt *, unsigned>> RegionCounterMap;
std::unique_ptr<llvm::DenseMap<const Stmt *, uint64_t>> StmtCountMap;
std::unique_ptr<std::vector<uint64_t>> RegionCounts;
uint64_t CurrentRegionCount;
CodeGenPGO(CodeGenModule &CGM)
: CGM(CGM), NumRegionCounters(0), FunctionHash(0), RegionCounters(0),
CurrentRegionCount(0) {}
/// Whether or not we have PGO region data for the current function. This is
/// false both when we have no data at all and when our data has been
/// discarded.
bool haveRegionCounts() const { return RegionCounts != 0; }
/// Get the string used to identify this function in the profile data.
/// For functions with local linkage, this includes the main file name.
StringRef getFuncName() const { return StringRef(*PrefixedFuncName); }
std::string getFuncVarName(StringRef VarName) const {
return ("__llvm_profile_" + VarName + "_" + RawFuncName).str();
/// Return the counter value of the current region.
uint64_t getCurrentRegionCount() const { return CurrentRegionCount; }
/// Set the counter value for the current region. This is used to keep track
/// of changes to the most recent counter from control flow and non-local
/// exits.
void setCurrentRegionCount(uint64_t Count) { CurrentRegionCount = Count; }
/// Indicate that the current region is never reached, and thus should have a
/// counter value of zero. This is important so that subsequent regions can
/// correctly track their parent counts.
void setCurrentRegionUnreachable() { setCurrentRegionCount(0); }
/// Check if an execution count is known for a given statement. If so, return
/// true and put the value in Count; else return false.
bool getStmtCount(const Stmt *S, uint64_t &Count) {
if (!StmtCountMap)
return false;
llvm::DenseMap<const Stmt*, uint64_t>::const_iterator
I = StmtCountMap->find(S);
if (I == StmtCountMap->end())
return false;
Count = I->second;
return true;
/// If the execution count for the current statement is known, record that
/// as the current count.
void setCurrentStmt(const Stmt *S) {
uint64_t Count;
if (getStmtCount(S, Count))
/// Calculate branch weights appropriate for PGO data
llvm::MDNode *createBranchWeights(uint64_t TrueCount, uint64_t FalseCount);
llvm::MDNode *createBranchWeights(ArrayRef<uint64_t> Weights);
llvm::MDNode *createLoopWeights(const Stmt *Cond, RegionCounter &Cnt);
/// Assign counters to regions and configure them for PGO of a given
/// function. Does nothing if instrumentation is not enabled and either
/// generates global variables or associates PGO data with each of the
/// counters depending on whether we are generating or using instrumentation.
void assignRegionCounters(const Decl *D, llvm::Function *Fn);
/// Emit static data structures for instrumentation data.
void emitInstrumentationData();
/// Clean up region counter state. Must be called if assignRegionCounters is
/// used.
void destroyRegionCounters();
/// Emit static initialization code, if any.
static llvm::Function *emitInitialization(CodeGenModule &CGM);
void setFuncName(llvm::Function *Fn);
void mapRegionCounters(const Decl *D);
void computeRegionCounts(const Decl *D);
void applyFunctionAttributes(llvm::IndexedInstrProfReader *PGOReader,
llvm::Function *Fn);
void loadRegionCounts(llvm::IndexedInstrProfReader *PGOReader);
void emitCounterVariables();
llvm::GlobalVariable *buildDataVar();
/// Emit code to increment the counter at the given index
void emitCounterIncrement(CGBuilderTy &Builder, unsigned Counter);
/// Return the region counter for the given statement. This should only be
/// called on statements that have a dedicated counter.
unsigned getRegionCounter(const Stmt *S) {
if (RegionCounterMap == 0)
return 0;
return (*RegionCounterMap)[S];
/// Return the region count for the counter at the given index.
uint64_t getRegionCount(unsigned Counter) {
if (!haveRegionCounts())
return 0;
return (*RegionCounts)[Counter];
friend class RegionCounter;
/// A counter for a particular region. This is the primary interface through
/// which clients manage PGO counters and their values.
class RegionCounter {
CodeGenPGO *PGO;
unsigned Counter;
uint64_t Count;
uint64_t ParentCount;
uint64_t RegionCount;
int64_t Adjust;
RegionCounter(CodeGenPGO &PGO, unsigned CounterIndex)
: PGO(&PGO), Counter(CounterIndex), Count(PGO.getRegionCount(Counter)),
ParentCount(PGO.getCurrentRegionCount()), Adjust(0) {}
RegionCounter(CodeGenPGO &PGO, const Stmt *S)
: PGO(&PGO), Counter(PGO.getRegionCounter(S)),
ParentCount(PGO.getCurrentRegionCount()), Adjust(0) {}
/// Get the value of the counter. In most cases this is the number of times
/// the region of the counter was entered, but for switch labels it's the
/// number of direct jumps to that label.
uint64_t getCount() const { return Count; }
/// Get the value of the counter with adjustments applied. Adjustments occur
/// when control enters or leaves the region abnormally; i.e., if there is a
/// jump to a label within the region, or if the function can return from
/// within the region. The adjusted count, then, is the value of the counter
/// at the end of the region.
uint64_t getAdjustedCount() const {
return Count + Adjust;
/// Get the value of the counter in this region's parent, i.e., the region
/// that was active when this region began. This is useful for deriving
/// counts in implicitly counted regions, like the false case of a condition
/// or the normal exits of a loop.
uint64_t getParentCount() const { return ParentCount; }
/// Activate the counter by emitting an increment and starting to track
/// adjustments. If AddIncomingFallThrough is true, the current region count
/// will be added to the counter for the purposes of tracking the region.
void beginRegion(CGBuilderTy &Builder, bool AddIncomingFallThrough=false) {
PGO->emitCounterIncrement(Builder, Counter);
void beginRegion(bool AddIncomingFallThrough=false) {
RegionCount = Count;
if (AddIncomingFallThrough)
RegionCount += PGO->getCurrentRegionCount();
/// For counters on boolean branches, begins tracking adjustments for the
/// uncounted path.
void beginElseRegion() {
RegionCount = ParentCount - Count;
/// Reset the current region count.
void setCurrentRegionCount(uint64_t CurrentCount) {
RegionCount = CurrentCount;
/// Adjust for non-local control flow after emitting a subexpression or
/// substatement. This must be called to account for constructs such as gotos,
/// labels, and returns, so that we can ensure that our region's count is
/// correct in the code that follows.
void adjustForControlFlow() {
Adjust += PGO->getCurrentRegionCount() - RegionCount;
// Reset the region count in case this is called again later.
RegionCount = PGO->getCurrentRegionCount();
/// Commit all adjustments to the current region. If the region is a loop,
/// the LoopAdjust value should be the count of all the breaks and continues
/// from the loop, to compensate for those counts being deducted from the
/// adjustments for the body of the loop.
void applyAdjustmentsToRegion(uint64_t LoopAdjust) {
PGO->setCurrentRegionCount(ParentCount + Adjust + LoopAdjust);
} // end namespace CodeGen
} // end namespace clang