This dialect provides documentation for operations within the MemRef dialect.
Please post an RFC on the forum before adding or changing any operation in this dialect.
operation ::= `memref.dma_start` ssa-use`[`ssa-use-list`]` `,` ssa-use`[`ssa-use-list`]` `,` ssa-use `,` ssa-use`[`ssa-use-list`]` (`,` ssa-use `,` ssa-use)? `:` memref-type `,` memref-type `,` memref-type
Starts a non-blocking DMA operation that transfers data from a source memref to a destination memref. The operands include the source and destination memref's each followed by its indices, size of the data transfer in terms of the number of elements (of the elemental type of the memref), a tag memref with its indices, and optionally two additional arguments corresponding to the stride (in terms of number of elements) and the number of elements to transfer per stride. The tag location is used by a dma_wait operation to check for completion. The indices of the source memref, destination memref, and the tag memref have the same restrictions as any load/store operation in an affine context (whenever DMA operations appear in an affine context). See restrictions on dimensions and symbols in affine contexts. This allows powerful static analysis and transformations in the presence of such DMAs including rescheduling, pipelining / overlap with computation, and checking for matching start/end operations. The source and destination memref need not be of the same dimensionality, but need to have the same elemental type.
For example, a
memref.dma_start operation that transfers 32 vector elements from a memref
%src at location
[%i, %j] to memref
[%k, %l] would be specified as shown below.
%size = arith.constant 32 : index %tag = memref.alloc() : memref<1 x i32, affine_map<(d0) -> (d0)>, 4> %idx = arith.constant 0 : index memref.dma_start %src[%i, %j], %dst[%k, %l], %size, %tag[%idx] : memref<40 x 8 x vector<16xf32>, affine_map<(d0, d1) -> (d0, d1)>, 0>, memref<2 x 4 x vector<16xf32>, affine_map<(d0, d1) -> (d0, d1)>, 2>, memref<1 x i32>, affine_map<(d0) -> (d0)>, 4>
operation ::= `memref.dma_wait` ssa-use`[`ssa-use-list`]` `,` ssa-use `:` memref-type
Blocks until the completion of a DMA operation associated with the tag element specified with a tag memref and its indices. The operands include the tag memref followed by its indices and the number of elements associated with the DMA being waited on. The indices of the tag memref have the same restrictions as load/store indices.
memref.dma_wait %tag[%idx], %size : memref<1 x i32, affine_map<(d0) -> (d0)>, 4>