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/*
* kmp_tasking.c -- OpenMP 3.0 tasking support.
*/
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
//
// The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
//
// This file is dual licensed under the MIT and the University of Illinois Open
// Source Licenses. See LICENSE.txt for details.
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
#include "kmp.h"
#include "kmp_i18n.h"
#include "kmp_itt.h"
#include "kmp_wait_release.h"
#include "kmp_stats.h"
#if OMPT_SUPPORT
#include "ompt-specific.h"
#endif
/* ------------------------------------------------------------------------ */
/* ------------------------------------------------------------------------ */
/* forward declaration */
static void __kmp_enable_tasking( kmp_task_team_t *task_team, kmp_info_t *this_thr );
static void __kmp_alloc_task_deque( kmp_info_t *thread, kmp_thread_data_t *thread_data );
static int __kmp_realloc_task_threads_data( kmp_info_t *thread, kmp_task_team_t *task_team );
#ifdef OMP_45_ENABLED
static void __kmp_bottom_half_finish_proxy( kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_task_t * ptask );
#endif
#ifdef BUILD_TIED_TASK_STACK
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_trace_task_stack: print the tied tasks from the task stack in order
// from top do bottom
//
// gtid: global thread identifier for thread containing stack
// thread_data: thread data for task team thread containing stack
// threshold: value above which the trace statement triggers
// location: string identifying call site of this function (for trace)
static void
__kmp_trace_task_stack( kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_thread_data_t *thread_data, int threshold, char *location )
{
kmp_task_stack_t *task_stack = & thread_data->td.td_susp_tied_tasks;
kmp_taskdata_t **stack_top = task_stack -> ts_top;
kmp_int32 entries = task_stack -> ts_entries;
kmp_taskdata_t *tied_task;
KA_TRACE(threshold, ("__kmp_trace_task_stack(start): location = %s, gtid = %d, entries = %d, "
"first_block = %p, stack_top = %p \n",
location, gtid, entries, task_stack->ts_first_block, stack_top ) );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( stack_top != NULL );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( entries > 0 );
while ( entries != 0 )
{
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( stack_top != & task_stack->ts_first_block.sb_block[0] );
// fix up ts_top if we need to pop from previous block
if ( entries & TASK_STACK_INDEX_MASK == 0 )
{
kmp_stack_block_t *stack_block = (kmp_stack_block_t *) (stack_top) ;
stack_block = stack_block -> sb_prev;
stack_top = & stack_block -> sb_block[TASK_STACK_BLOCK_SIZE];
}
// finish bookkeeping
stack_top--;
entries--;
tied_task = * stack_top;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( tied_task != NULL );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( tied_task -> td_flags.tasktype == TASK_TIED );
KA_TRACE(threshold, ("__kmp_trace_task_stack(%s): gtid=%d, entry=%d, "
"stack_top=%p, tied_task=%p\n",
location, gtid, entries, stack_top, tied_task ) );
}
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( stack_top == & task_stack->ts_first_block.sb_block[0] );
KA_TRACE(threshold, ("__kmp_trace_task_stack(exit): location = %s, gtid = %d\n",
location, gtid ) );
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_init_task_stack: initialize the task stack for the first time
// after a thread_data structure is created.
// It should not be necessary to do this again (assuming the stack works).
//
// gtid: global thread identifier of calling thread
// thread_data: thread data for task team thread containing stack
static void
__kmp_init_task_stack( kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_thread_data_t *thread_data )
{
kmp_task_stack_t *task_stack = & thread_data->td.td_susp_tied_tasks;
kmp_stack_block_t *first_block;
// set up the first block of the stack
first_block = & task_stack -> ts_first_block;
task_stack -> ts_top = (kmp_taskdata_t **) first_block;
memset( (void *) first_block, '\0', TASK_STACK_BLOCK_SIZE * sizeof(kmp_taskdata_t *));
// initialize the stack to be empty
task_stack -> ts_entries = TASK_STACK_EMPTY;
first_block -> sb_next = NULL;
first_block -> sb_prev = NULL;
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_free_task_stack: free the task stack when thread_data is destroyed.
//
// gtid: global thread identifier for calling thread
// thread_data: thread info for thread containing stack
static void
__kmp_free_task_stack( kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_thread_data_t *thread_data )
{
kmp_task_stack_t *task_stack = & thread_data->td.td_susp_tied_tasks;
kmp_stack_block_t *stack_block = & task_stack -> ts_first_block;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( task_stack -> ts_entries == TASK_STACK_EMPTY );
// free from the second block of the stack
while ( stack_block != NULL ) {
kmp_stack_block_t *next_block = (stack_block) ? stack_block -> sb_next : NULL;
stack_block -> sb_next = NULL;
stack_block -> sb_prev = NULL;
if (stack_block != & task_stack -> ts_first_block) {
__kmp_thread_free( thread, stack_block ); // free the block, if not the first
}
stack_block = next_block;
}
// initialize the stack to be empty
task_stack -> ts_entries = 0;
task_stack -> ts_top = NULL;
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_push_task_stack: Push the tied task onto the task stack.
// Grow the stack if necessary by allocating another block.
//
// gtid: global thread identifier for calling thread
// thread: thread info for thread containing stack
// tied_task: the task to push on the stack
static void
__kmp_push_task_stack( kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_info_t *thread, kmp_taskdata_t * tied_task )
{
// GEH - need to consider what to do if tt_threads_data not allocated yet
kmp_thread_data_t *thread_data = & thread -> th.th_task_team ->
tt.tt_threads_data[ __kmp_tid_from_gtid( gtid ) ];
kmp_task_stack_t *task_stack = & thread_data->td.td_susp_tied_tasks ;
if ( tied_task->td_flags.team_serial || tied_task->td_flags.tasking_ser ) {
return; // Don't push anything on stack if team or team tasks are serialized
}
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( tied_task -> td_flags.tasktype == TASK_TIED );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( task_stack -> ts_top != NULL );
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_push_task_stack(enter): GTID: %d; THREAD: %p; TASK: %p\n",
gtid, thread, tied_task ) );
// Store entry
* (task_stack -> ts_top) = tied_task;
// Do bookkeeping for next push
task_stack -> ts_top++;
task_stack -> ts_entries++;
if ( task_stack -> ts_entries & TASK_STACK_INDEX_MASK == 0 )
{
// Find beginning of this task block
kmp_stack_block_t *stack_block =
(kmp_stack_block_t *) (task_stack -> ts_top - TASK_STACK_BLOCK_SIZE);
// Check if we already have a block
if ( stack_block -> sb_next != NULL )
{ // reset ts_top to beginning of next block
task_stack -> ts_top = & stack_block -> sb_next -> sb_block[0];
}
else
{ // Alloc new block and link it up
kmp_stack_block_t *new_block = (kmp_stack_block_t *)
__kmp_thread_calloc(thread, sizeof(kmp_stack_block_t));
task_stack -> ts_top = & new_block -> sb_block[0];
stack_block -> sb_next = new_block;
new_block -> sb_prev = stack_block;
new_block -> sb_next = NULL;
KA_TRACE(30, ("__kmp_push_task_stack(): GTID: %d; TASK: %p; Alloc new block: %p\n",
gtid, tied_task, new_block ) );
}
}
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_push_task_stack(exit): GTID: %d; TASK: %p\n", gtid, tied_task ) );
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_pop_task_stack: Pop the tied task from the task stack. Don't return
// the task, just check to make sure it matches the ending task passed in.
//
// gtid: global thread identifier for the calling thread
// thread: thread info structure containing stack
// tied_task: the task popped off the stack
// ending_task: the task that is ending (should match popped task)
static void
__kmp_pop_task_stack( kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_info_t *thread, kmp_taskdata_t *ending_task )
{
// GEH - need to consider what to do if tt_threads_data not allocated yet
kmp_thread_data_t *thread_data = & thread -> th.th_task_team -> tt_threads_data[ __kmp_tid_from_gtid( gtid ) ];
kmp_task_stack_t *task_stack = & thread_data->td.td_susp_tied_tasks ;
kmp_taskdata_t *tied_task;
if ( ending_task->td_flags.team_serial || ending_task->td_flags.tasking_ser ) {
return; // Don't pop anything from stack if team or team tasks are serialized
}
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( task_stack -> ts_top != NULL );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( task_stack -> ts_entries > 0 );
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_pop_task_stack(enter): GTID: %d; THREAD: %p\n", gtid, thread ) );
// fix up ts_top if we need to pop from previous block
if ( task_stack -> ts_entries & TASK_STACK_INDEX_MASK == 0 )
{
kmp_stack_block_t *stack_block =
(kmp_stack_block_t *) (task_stack -> ts_top) ;
stack_block = stack_block -> sb_prev;
task_stack -> ts_top = & stack_block -> sb_block[TASK_STACK_BLOCK_SIZE];
}
// finish bookkeeping
task_stack -> ts_top--;
task_stack -> ts_entries--;
tied_task = * (task_stack -> ts_top );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( tied_task != NULL );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( tied_task -> td_flags.tasktype == TASK_TIED );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( tied_task == ending_task ); // If we built the stack correctly
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_pop_task_stack(exit): GTID: %d; TASK: %p\n", gtid, tied_task ) );
return;
}
#endif /* BUILD_TIED_TASK_STACK */
//---------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_push_task: Add a task to the thread's deque
static kmp_int32
__kmp_push_task(kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_task_t * task )
{
kmp_info_t * thread = __kmp_threads[ gtid ];
kmp_taskdata_t * taskdata = KMP_TASK_TO_TASKDATA(task);
kmp_task_team_t * task_team = thread->th.th_task_team;
kmp_int32 tid = __kmp_tid_from_gtid( gtid );
kmp_thread_data_t * thread_data;
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_push_task: T#%d trying to push task %p.\n", gtid, taskdata ) );
if ( taskdata->td_flags.tiedness == TASK_UNTIED ) {
// untied task needs to increment counter so that the task structure is not freed prematurely
kmp_int32 counter = 1 + KMP_TEST_THEN_INC32(&taskdata->td_untied_count);
KA_TRACE(20, ( "__kmp_push_task: T#%d untied_count (%d) incremented for task %p\n",
gtid, counter, taskdata ) );
}
// The first check avoids building task_team thread data if serialized
if ( taskdata->td_flags.task_serial ) {
KA_TRACE(20, ( "__kmp_push_task: T#%d team serialized; returning TASK_NOT_PUSHED for task %p\n",
gtid, taskdata ) );
return TASK_NOT_PUSHED;
}
// Now that serialized tasks have returned, we can assume that we are not in immediate exec mode
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( __kmp_tasking_mode != tskm_immediate_exec );
if ( ! KMP_TASKING_ENABLED(task_team) ) {
__kmp_enable_tasking( task_team, thread );
}
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( TCR_4(task_team -> tt.tt_found_tasks) == TRUE );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( TCR_PTR(task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data) != NULL );
// Find tasking deque specific to encountering thread
thread_data = & task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data[ tid ];
// No lock needed since only owner can allocate
if (thread_data -> td.td_deque == NULL ) {
__kmp_alloc_task_deque( thread, thread_data );
}
// Check if deque is full
if ( TCR_4(thread_data -> td.td_deque_ntasks) >= TASK_DEQUE_SIZE(thread_data->td) )
{
KA_TRACE(20, ( "__kmp_push_task: T#%d deque is full; returning TASK_NOT_PUSHED for task %p\n",
gtid, taskdata ) );
return TASK_NOT_PUSHED;
}
// Lock the deque for the task push operation
__kmp_acquire_bootstrap_lock( & thread_data -> td.td_deque_lock );
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
// Need to recheck as we can get a proxy task from a thread outside of OpenMP
if ( TCR_4(thread_data -> td.td_deque_ntasks) >= TASK_DEQUE_SIZE(thread_data->td) )
{
__kmp_release_bootstrap_lock( & thread_data -> td.td_deque_lock );
KA_TRACE(20, ( "__kmp_push_task: T#%d deque is full on 2nd check; returning TASK_NOT_PUSHED for task %p\n",
gtid, taskdata ) );
return TASK_NOT_PUSHED;
}
#else
// Must have room since no thread can add tasks but calling thread
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( TCR_4(thread_data -> td.td_deque_ntasks) < TASK_DEQUE_SIZE(thread_data->td) );
#endif
thread_data -> td.td_deque[ thread_data -> td.td_deque_tail ] = taskdata; // Push taskdata
// Wrap index.
thread_data -> td.td_deque_tail = ( thread_data -> td.td_deque_tail + 1 ) & TASK_DEQUE_MASK(thread_data->td);
TCW_4(thread_data -> td.td_deque_ntasks, TCR_4(thread_data -> td.td_deque_ntasks) + 1); // Adjust task count
__kmp_release_bootstrap_lock( & thread_data -> td.td_deque_lock );
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_push_task: T#%d returning TASK_SUCCESSFULLY_PUSHED: "
"task=%p ntasks=%d head=%u tail=%u\n",
gtid, taskdata, thread_data->td.td_deque_ntasks,
thread_data->td.td_deque_tail, thread_data->td.td_deque_head) );
return TASK_SUCCESSFULLY_PUSHED;
}
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_pop_current_task_from_thread: set up current task from called thread when team ends
// this_thr: thread structure to set current_task in.
void
__kmp_pop_current_task_from_thread( kmp_info_t *this_thr )
{
KF_TRACE( 10, ("__kmp_pop_current_task_from_thread(enter): T#%d this_thread=%p, curtask=%p, "
"curtask_parent=%p\n",
0, this_thr, this_thr -> th.th_current_task,
this_thr -> th.th_current_task -> td_parent ) );
this_thr -> th.th_current_task = this_thr -> th.th_current_task -> td_parent;
KF_TRACE( 10, ("__kmp_pop_current_task_from_thread(exit): T#%d this_thread=%p, curtask=%p, "
"curtask_parent=%p\n",
0, this_thr, this_thr -> th.th_current_task,
this_thr -> th.th_current_task -> td_parent ) );
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_push_current_task_to_thread: set up current task in called thread for a new team
// this_thr: thread structure to set up
// team: team for implicit task data
// tid: thread within team to set up
void
__kmp_push_current_task_to_thread( kmp_info_t *this_thr, kmp_team_t *team, int tid )
{
// current task of the thread is a parent of the new just created implicit tasks of new team
KF_TRACE( 10, ( "__kmp_push_current_task_to_thread(enter): T#%d this_thread=%p curtask=%p "
"parent_task=%p\n",
tid, this_thr, this_thr->th.th_current_task,
team->t.t_implicit_task_taskdata[tid].td_parent ) );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT (this_thr != NULL);
if( tid == 0 ) {
if( this_thr->th.th_current_task != & team -> t.t_implicit_task_taskdata[ 0 ] ) {
team -> t.t_implicit_task_taskdata[ 0 ].td_parent = this_thr->th.th_current_task;
this_thr->th.th_current_task = & team -> t.t_implicit_task_taskdata[ 0 ];
}
} else {
team -> t.t_implicit_task_taskdata[ tid ].td_parent = team -> t.t_implicit_task_taskdata[ 0 ].td_parent;
this_thr->th.th_current_task = & team -> t.t_implicit_task_taskdata[ tid ];
}
KF_TRACE( 10, ( "__kmp_push_current_task_to_thread(exit): T#%d this_thread=%p curtask=%p "
"parent_task=%p\n",
tid, this_thr, this_thr->th.th_current_task,
team->t.t_implicit_task_taskdata[tid].td_parent ) );
}
//----------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_task_start: bookkeeping for a task starting execution
// GTID: global thread id of calling thread
// task: task starting execution
// current_task: task suspending
static void
__kmp_task_start( kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_task_t * task, kmp_taskdata_t * current_task )
{
kmp_taskdata_t * taskdata = KMP_TASK_TO_TASKDATA(task);
kmp_info_t * thread = __kmp_threads[ gtid ];
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_task_start(enter): T#%d starting task %p: current_task=%p\n",
gtid, taskdata, current_task) );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata -> td_flags.tasktype == TASK_EXPLICIT );
// mark currently executing task as suspended
// TODO: GEH - make sure root team implicit task is initialized properly.
// KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( current_task -> td_flags.executing == 1 );
current_task -> td_flags.executing = 0;
// Add task to stack if tied
#ifdef BUILD_TIED_TASK_STACK
if ( taskdata -> td_flags.tiedness == TASK_TIED )
{
__kmp_push_task_stack( gtid, thread, taskdata );
}
#endif /* BUILD_TIED_TASK_STACK */
// mark starting task as executing and as current task
thread -> th.th_current_task = taskdata;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata->td_flags.started == 0 || taskdata->td_flags.tiedness == TASK_UNTIED );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata->td_flags.executing == 0 || taskdata->td_flags.tiedness == TASK_UNTIED );
taskdata -> td_flags.started = 1;
taskdata -> td_flags.executing = 1;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata -> td_flags.complete == 0 );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata -> td_flags.freed == 0 );
// GEH TODO: shouldn't we pass some sort of location identifier here?
// APT: yes, we will pass location here.
// need to store current thread state (in a thread or taskdata structure)
// before setting work_state, otherwise wrong state is set after end of task
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_task_start(exit): T#%d task=%p\n",
gtid, taskdata ) );
#if OMPT_SUPPORT
if (ompt_enabled &&
ompt_callbacks.ompt_callback(ompt_event_task_begin)) {
kmp_taskdata_t *parent = taskdata->td_parent;
ompt_callbacks.ompt_callback(ompt_event_task_begin)(
parent ? parent->ompt_task_info.task_id : ompt_task_id_none,
parent ? &(parent->ompt_task_info.frame) : NULL,
taskdata->ompt_task_info.task_id,
taskdata->ompt_task_info.function);
}
#endif
#if OMP_40_ENABLED && OMPT_SUPPORT && OMPT_TRACE
/* OMPT emit all dependences if requested by the tool */
if (ompt_enabled && taskdata->ompt_task_info.ndeps > 0 &&
ompt_callbacks.ompt_callback(ompt_event_task_dependences))
{
ompt_callbacks.ompt_callback(ompt_event_task_dependences)(
taskdata->ompt_task_info.task_id,
taskdata->ompt_task_info.deps,
taskdata->ompt_task_info.ndeps
);
/* We can now free the allocated memory for the dependencies */
KMP_OMPT_DEPS_FREE (thread, taskdata->ompt_task_info.deps);
taskdata->ompt_task_info.deps = NULL;
taskdata->ompt_task_info.ndeps = 0;
}
#endif /* OMP_40_ENABLED && OMPT_SUPPORT && OMPT_TRACE */
return;
}
//----------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmpc_omp_task_begin_if0: report that a given serialized task has started execution
// loc_ref: source location information; points to beginning of task block.
// gtid: global thread number.
// task: task thunk for the started task.
void
__kmpc_omp_task_begin_if0( ident_t *loc_ref, kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_task_t * task )
{
kmp_taskdata_t * taskdata = KMP_TASK_TO_TASKDATA(task);
kmp_taskdata_t * current_task = __kmp_threads[ gtid ] -> th.th_current_task;
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_task_begin_if0(enter): T#%d loc=%p task=%p current_task=%p\n",
gtid, loc_ref, taskdata, current_task ) );
if ( taskdata->td_flags.tiedness == TASK_UNTIED ) {
// untied task needs to increment counter so that the task structure is not freed prematurely
kmp_int32 counter = 1 + KMP_TEST_THEN_INC32(&taskdata->td_untied_count);
KA_TRACE(20, ( "__kmpc_omp_task_begin_if0: T#%d untied_count (%d) incremented for task %p\n",
gtid, counter, taskdata ) );
}
taskdata -> td_flags.task_serial = 1; // Execute this task immediately, not deferred.
__kmp_task_start( gtid, task, current_task );
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_task_begin_if0(exit): T#%d loc=%p task=%p,\n",
gtid, loc_ref, taskdata ) );
return;
}
#ifdef TASK_UNUSED
//----------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmpc_omp_task_begin: report that a given task has started execution
// NEVER GENERATED BY COMPILER, DEPRECATED!!!
void
__kmpc_omp_task_begin( ident_t *loc_ref, kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_task_t * task )
{
kmp_taskdata_t * current_task = __kmp_threads[ gtid ] -> th.th_current_task;
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_task_begin(enter): T#%d loc=%p task=%p current_task=%p\n",
gtid, loc_ref, KMP_TASK_TO_TASKDATA(task), current_task ) );
__kmp_task_start( gtid, task, current_task );
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_task_begin(exit): T#%d loc=%p task=%p,\n",
gtid, loc_ref, KMP_TASK_TO_TASKDATA(task) ) );
return;
}
#endif // TASK_UNUSED
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_free_task: free the current task space and the space for shareds
// gtid: Global thread ID of calling thread
// taskdata: task to free
// thread: thread data structure of caller
static void
__kmp_free_task( kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_taskdata_t * taskdata, kmp_info_t * thread )
{
KA_TRACE(30, ("__kmp_free_task: T#%d freeing data from task %p\n",
gtid, taskdata) );
// Check to make sure all flags and counters have the correct values
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata->td_flags.tasktype == TASK_EXPLICIT );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata->td_flags.executing == 0 );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata->td_flags.complete == 1 );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata->td_flags.freed == 0 );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( TCR_4(taskdata->td_allocated_child_tasks) == 0 || taskdata->td_flags.task_serial == 1);
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( TCR_4(taskdata->td_incomplete_child_tasks) == 0 );
taskdata->td_flags.freed = 1;
// deallocate the taskdata and shared variable blocks associated with this task
#if USE_FAST_MEMORY
__kmp_fast_free( thread, taskdata );
#else /* ! USE_FAST_MEMORY */
__kmp_thread_free( thread, taskdata );
#endif
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_free_task: T#%d freed task %p\n",
gtid, taskdata) );
}
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_free_task_and_ancestors: free the current task and ancestors without children
//
// gtid: Global thread ID of calling thread
// taskdata: task to free
// thread: thread data structure of caller
static void
__kmp_free_task_and_ancestors( kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_taskdata_t * taskdata, kmp_info_t * thread )
{
kmp_int32 children = 0;
kmp_int32 team_or_tasking_serialized = taskdata -> td_flags.team_serial || taskdata -> td_flags.tasking_ser;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata -> td_flags.tasktype == TASK_EXPLICIT );
if ( !team_or_tasking_serialized ) {
children = KMP_TEST_THEN_DEC32( (kmp_int32 *)(& taskdata -> td_allocated_child_tasks) ) - 1;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( children >= 0 );
}
// Now, go up the ancestor tree to see if any ancestors can now be freed.
while ( children == 0 )
{
kmp_taskdata_t * parent_taskdata = taskdata -> td_parent;
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_free_task_and_ancestors(enter): T#%d task %p complete "
"and freeing itself\n", gtid, taskdata) );
// --- Deallocate my ancestor task ---
__kmp_free_task( gtid, taskdata, thread );
taskdata = parent_taskdata;
// Stop checking ancestors at implicit task or if tasking serialized
// instead of walking up ancestor tree to avoid premature deallocation of ancestors.
if ( team_or_tasking_serialized || taskdata -> td_flags.tasktype == TASK_IMPLICIT )
return;
if ( !team_or_tasking_serialized ) {
// Predecrement simulated by "- 1" calculation
children = KMP_TEST_THEN_DEC32( (kmp_int32 *)(& taskdata -> td_allocated_child_tasks) ) - 1;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( children >= 0 );
}
}
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_free_task_and_ancestors(exit): T#%d task %p has %d children; "
"not freeing it yet\n", gtid, taskdata, children) );
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_task_finish: bookkeeping to do when a task finishes execution
// gtid: global thread ID for calling thread
// task: task to be finished
// resumed_task: task to be resumed. (may be NULL if task is serialized)
static void
__kmp_task_finish( kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_task_t *task, kmp_taskdata_t *resumed_task )
{
kmp_taskdata_t * taskdata = KMP_TASK_TO_TASKDATA(task);
kmp_info_t * thread = __kmp_threads[ gtid ];
kmp_int32 children = 0;
#if OMPT_SUPPORT
if (ompt_enabled &&
ompt_callbacks.ompt_callback(ompt_event_task_end)) {
kmp_taskdata_t *parent = taskdata->td_parent;
ompt_callbacks.ompt_callback(ompt_event_task_end)(
taskdata->ompt_task_info.task_id);
}
#endif
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_task_finish(enter): T#%d finishing task %p and resuming task %p\n",
gtid, taskdata, resumed_task) );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata -> td_flags.tasktype == TASK_EXPLICIT );
// Pop task from stack if tied
#ifdef BUILD_TIED_TASK_STACK
if ( taskdata -> td_flags.tiedness == TASK_TIED )
{
__kmp_pop_task_stack( gtid, thread, taskdata );
}
#endif /* BUILD_TIED_TASK_STACK */
if ( taskdata->td_flags.tiedness == TASK_UNTIED ) {
// untied task needs to check the counter so that the task structure is not freed prematurely
kmp_int32 counter = KMP_TEST_THEN_DEC32(&taskdata->td_untied_count) - 1;
KA_TRACE(20, ( "__kmp_task_finish: T#%d untied_count (%d) decremented for task %p\n",
gtid, counter, taskdata ) );
if ( counter > 0 ) {
// untied task is not done, to be continued possibly by other thread, do not free it now
if (resumed_task == NULL) {
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata->td_flags.task_serial );
resumed_task = taskdata->td_parent; // In a serialized task, the resumed task is the parent
}
thread->th.th_current_task = resumed_task; // restore current_task
resumed_task->td_flags.executing = 1; // resume previous task
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_task_finish(exit): T#%d partially done task %p, resuming task %p\n",
gtid, taskdata, resumed_task) );
return;
}
}
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata -> td_flags.complete == 0 );
taskdata -> td_flags.complete = 1; // mark the task as completed
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata -> td_flags.started == 1 );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata -> td_flags.freed == 0 );
// Only need to keep track of count if team parallel and tasking not serialized
if ( !( taskdata -> td_flags.team_serial || taskdata -> td_flags.tasking_ser ) ) {
// Predecrement simulated by "- 1" calculation
children = KMP_TEST_THEN_DEC32( (kmp_int32 *)(& taskdata -> td_parent -> td_incomplete_child_tasks) ) - 1;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( children >= 0 );
#if OMP_40_ENABLED
if ( taskdata->td_taskgroup )
KMP_TEST_THEN_DEC32( (kmp_int32 *)(& taskdata->td_taskgroup->count) );
__kmp_release_deps(gtid,taskdata);
#endif
}
// td_flags.executing must be marked as 0 after __kmp_release_deps has been called
// Othertwise, if a task is executed immediately from the release_deps code
// the flag will be reset to 1 again by this same function
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata -> td_flags.executing == 1 );
taskdata -> td_flags.executing = 0; // suspend the finishing task
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_task_finish: T#%d finished task %p, %d incomplete children\n",
gtid, taskdata, children) );
#if OMP_40_ENABLED
/* If the tasks' destructor thunk flag has been set, we need to invoke the
destructor thunk that has been generated by the compiler.
The code is placed here, since at this point other tasks might have been released
hence overlapping the destructor invokations with some other work in the
released tasks. The OpenMP spec is not specific on when the destructors are
invoked, so we should be free to choose.
*/
if (taskdata->td_flags.destructors_thunk) {
kmp_routine_entry_t destr_thunk = task->data1.destructors;
KMP_ASSERT(destr_thunk);
destr_thunk(gtid, task);
}
#endif // OMP_40_ENABLED
// bookkeeping for resuming task:
// GEH - note tasking_ser => task_serial
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( (taskdata->td_flags.tasking_ser || taskdata->td_flags.task_serial) ==
taskdata->td_flags.task_serial);
if ( taskdata->td_flags.task_serial )
{
if (resumed_task == NULL) {
resumed_task = taskdata->td_parent; // In a serialized task, the resumed task is the parent
}
else {
// verify resumed task passed in points to parent
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( resumed_task == taskdata->td_parent );
}
}
else {
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( resumed_task != NULL ); // verify that resumed task is passed as arguemnt
}
// Free this task and then ancestor tasks if they have no children.
// Restore th_current_task first as suggested by John:
// johnmc: if an asynchronous inquiry peers into the runtime system
// it doesn't see the freed task as the current task.
thread->th.th_current_task = resumed_task;
__kmp_free_task_and_ancestors(gtid, taskdata, thread);
// TODO: GEH - make sure root team implicit task is initialized properly.
// KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( resumed_task->td_flags.executing == 0 );
resumed_task->td_flags.executing = 1; // resume previous task
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_task_finish(exit): T#%d finished task %p, resuming task %p\n",
gtid, taskdata, resumed_task) );
return;
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmpc_omp_task_complete_if0: report that a task has completed execution
// loc_ref: source location information; points to end of task block.
// gtid: global thread number.
// task: task thunk for the completed task.
void
__kmpc_omp_task_complete_if0( ident_t *loc_ref, kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_task_t *task )
{
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_task_complete_if0(enter): T#%d loc=%p task=%p\n",
gtid, loc_ref, KMP_TASK_TO_TASKDATA(task) ) );
__kmp_task_finish( gtid, task, NULL ); // this routine will provide task to resume
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_task_complete_if0(exit): T#%d loc=%p task=%p\n",
gtid, loc_ref, KMP_TASK_TO_TASKDATA(task) ) );
return;
}
#ifdef TASK_UNUSED
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmpc_omp_task_complete: report that a task has completed execution
// NEVER GENERATED BY COMPILER, DEPRECATED!!!
void
__kmpc_omp_task_complete( ident_t *loc_ref, kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_task_t *task )
{
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_task_complete(enter): T#%d loc=%p task=%p\n",
gtid, loc_ref, KMP_TASK_TO_TASKDATA(task) ) );
__kmp_task_finish( gtid, task, NULL ); // Not sure how to find task to resume
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_task_complete(exit): T#%d loc=%p task=%p\n",
gtid, loc_ref, KMP_TASK_TO_TASKDATA(task) ) );
return;
}
#endif // TASK_UNUSED
#if OMPT_SUPPORT
//----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_task_init_ompt:
// Initialize OMPT fields maintained by a task. This will only be called after
// ompt_tool, so we already know whether ompt is enabled or not.
static inline void
__kmp_task_init_ompt( kmp_taskdata_t * task, int tid, void * function )
{
if (ompt_enabled) {
task->ompt_task_info.task_id = __ompt_task_id_new(tid);
task->ompt_task_info.function = function;
task->ompt_task_info.frame.exit_runtime_frame = NULL;
task->ompt_task_info.frame.reenter_runtime_frame = NULL;
#if OMP_40_ENABLED
task->ompt_task_info.ndeps = 0;
task->ompt_task_info.deps = NULL;
#endif /* OMP_40_ENABLED */
}
}
#endif
//----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_init_implicit_task: Initialize the appropriate fields in the implicit task for a given thread
//
// loc_ref: reference to source location of parallel region
// this_thr: thread data structure corresponding to implicit task
// team: team for this_thr
// tid: thread id of given thread within team
// set_curr_task: TRUE if need to push current task to thread
// NOTE: Routine does not set up the implicit task ICVS. This is assumed to have already been done elsewhere.
// TODO: Get better loc_ref. Value passed in may be NULL
void
__kmp_init_implicit_task( ident_t *loc_ref, kmp_info_t *this_thr, kmp_team_t *team, int tid, int set_curr_task )
{
kmp_taskdata_t * task = & team->t.t_implicit_task_taskdata[ tid ];
KF_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_init_implicit_task(enter): T#:%d team=%p task=%p, reinit=%s\n",
tid, team, task, set_curr_task ? "TRUE" : "FALSE" ) );
task->td_task_id = KMP_GEN_TASK_ID();
task->td_team = team;
// task->td_parent = NULL; // fix for CQ230101 (broken parent task info in debugger)
task->td_ident = loc_ref;
task->td_taskwait_ident = NULL;
task->td_taskwait_counter = 0;
task->td_taskwait_thread = 0;
task->td_flags.tiedness = TASK_TIED;
task->td_flags.tasktype = TASK_IMPLICIT;
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
task->td_flags.proxy = TASK_FULL;
#endif
// All implicit tasks are executed immediately, not deferred
task->td_flags.task_serial = 1;
task->td_flags.tasking_ser = ( __kmp_tasking_mode == tskm_immediate_exec );
task->td_flags.team_serial = ( team->t.t_serialized ) ? 1 : 0;
task->td_flags.started = 1;
task->td_flags.executing = 1;
task->td_flags.complete = 0;
task->td_flags.freed = 0;
#if OMP_40_ENABLED
task->td_depnode = NULL;
#endif
if (set_curr_task) { // only do this initialization the first time a thread is created
task->td_incomplete_child_tasks = 0;
task->td_allocated_child_tasks = 0; // Not used because do not need to deallocate implicit task
#if OMP_40_ENABLED
task->td_taskgroup = NULL; // An implicit task does not have taskgroup
task->td_dephash = NULL;
#endif
__kmp_push_current_task_to_thread( this_thr, team, tid );
} else {
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT(task->td_incomplete_child_tasks == 0);
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT(task->td_allocated_child_tasks == 0);
}
#if OMPT_SUPPORT
__kmp_task_init_ompt(task, tid, NULL);
#endif
KF_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_init_implicit_task(exit): T#:%d team=%p task=%p\n",
tid, team, task ) );
}
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
//// __kmp_finish_implicit_task: Release resources associated to implicit tasks
//// at the end of parallel regions. Some resources are kept for reuse in the
//// next parallel region.
////
//// thread: thread data structure corresponding to implicit task
//
void
__kmp_finish_implicit_task(kmp_info_t *thread)
{
kmp_taskdata_t *task = thread->th.th_current_task;
if (task->td_dephash)
__kmp_dephash_free_entries(thread, task->td_dephash);
}
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
//// __kmp_free_implicit_task: Release resources associated to implicit tasks
//// when these are destroyed regions
////
//// thread: thread data structure corresponding to implicit task
//
void
__kmp_free_implicit_task(kmp_info_t *thread)
{
kmp_taskdata_t *task = thread->th.th_current_task;
if (task->td_dephash)
__kmp_dephash_free(thread, task->td_dephash);
task->td_dephash = NULL;
}
// Round up a size to a power of two specified by val
// Used to insert padding between structures co-allocated using a single malloc() call
static size_t
__kmp_round_up_to_val( size_t size, size_t val ) {
if ( size & ( val - 1 ) ) {
size &= ~ ( val - 1 );
if ( size <= KMP_SIZE_T_MAX - val ) {
size += val; // Round up if there is no overflow.
}; // if
}; // if
return size;
} // __kmp_round_up_to_va
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_task_alloc: Allocate the taskdata and task data structures for a task
//
// loc_ref: source location information
// gtid: global thread number.
// flags: include tiedness & task type (explicit vs. implicit) of the ''new'' task encountered.
// Converted from kmp_int32 to kmp_tasking_flags_t in routine.
// sizeof_kmp_task_t: Size in bytes of kmp_task_t data structure including private vars accessed in task.
// sizeof_shareds: Size in bytes of array of pointers to shared vars accessed in task.
// task_entry: Pointer to task code entry point generated by compiler.
// returns: a pointer to the allocated kmp_task_t structure (task).
kmp_task_t *
__kmp_task_alloc( ident_t *loc_ref, kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_tasking_flags_t *flags,
size_t sizeof_kmp_task_t, size_t sizeof_shareds,
kmp_routine_entry_t task_entry )
{
kmp_task_t *task;
kmp_taskdata_t *taskdata;
kmp_info_t *thread = __kmp_threads[ gtid ];
kmp_team_t *team = thread->th.th_team;
kmp_taskdata_t *parent_task = thread->th.th_current_task;
size_t shareds_offset;
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_task_alloc(enter): T#%d loc=%p, flags=(0x%x) "
"sizeof_task=%ld sizeof_shared=%ld entry=%p\n",
gtid, loc_ref, *((kmp_int32 *)flags), sizeof_kmp_task_t,
sizeof_shareds, task_entry) );
if ( parent_task->td_flags.final ) {
if (flags->merged_if0) {
}
flags->final = 1;
}
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
if ( flags->proxy == TASK_PROXY ) {
flags->tiedness = TASK_UNTIED;
flags->merged_if0 = 1;
/* are we running in a sequential parallel or tskm_immediate_exec... we need tasking support enabled */
if ( (thread->th.th_task_team) == NULL ) {
/* This should only happen if the team is serialized
setup a task team and propagate it to the thread
*/
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT(team->t.t_serialized);
KA_TRACE(30,("T#%d creating task team in __kmp_task_alloc for proxy task\n", gtid));
__kmp_task_team_setup(thread,team,1); // 1 indicates setup the current team regardless of nthreads
thread->th.th_task_team = team->t.t_task_team[thread->th.th_task_state];
}
kmp_task_team_t * task_team = thread->th.th_task_team;
/* tasking must be enabled now as the task might not be pushed */
if ( !KMP_TASKING_ENABLED( task_team ) ) {
KA_TRACE(30,("T#%d enabling tasking in __kmp_task_alloc for proxy task\n", gtid));
__kmp_enable_tasking( task_team, thread );
kmp_int32 tid = thread->th.th_info.ds.ds_tid;
kmp_thread_data_t * thread_data = & task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data[ tid ];
// No lock needed since only owner can allocate
if (thread_data -> td.td_deque == NULL ) {
__kmp_alloc_task_deque( thread, thread_data );
}
}
if ( task_team->tt.tt_found_proxy_tasks == FALSE )
TCW_4(task_team -> tt.tt_found_proxy_tasks, TRUE);
}
#endif
// Calculate shared structure offset including padding after kmp_task_t struct
// to align pointers in shared struct
shareds_offset = sizeof( kmp_taskdata_t ) + sizeof_kmp_task_t;
shareds_offset = __kmp_round_up_to_val( shareds_offset, sizeof( void * ));
// Allocate a kmp_taskdata_t block and a kmp_task_t block.
KA_TRACE(30, ("__kmp_task_alloc: T#%d First malloc size: %ld\n",
gtid, shareds_offset) );
KA_TRACE(30, ("__kmp_task_alloc: T#%d Second malloc size: %ld\n",
gtid, sizeof_shareds) );
// Avoid double allocation here by combining shareds with taskdata
#if USE_FAST_MEMORY
taskdata = (kmp_taskdata_t *) __kmp_fast_allocate( thread, shareds_offset + sizeof_shareds );
#else /* ! USE_FAST_MEMORY */
taskdata = (kmp_taskdata_t *) __kmp_thread_malloc( thread, shareds_offset + sizeof_shareds );
#endif /* USE_FAST_MEMORY */
task = KMP_TASKDATA_TO_TASK(taskdata);
// Make sure task & taskdata are aligned appropriately
#if KMP_ARCH_X86 || KMP_ARCH_PPC64 || !KMP_HAVE_QUAD
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( ( ((kmp_uintptr_t)taskdata) & (sizeof(double)-1) ) == 0 );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( ( ((kmp_uintptr_t)task) & (sizeof(double)-1) ) == 0 );
#else
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( ( ((kmp_uintptr_t)taskdata) & (sizeof(_Quad)-1) ) == 0 );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( ( ((kmp_uintptr_t)task) & (sizeof(_Quad)-1) ) == 0 );
#endif
if (sizeof_shareds > 0) {
// Avoid double allocation here by combining shareds with taskdata
task->shareds = & ((char *) taskdata)[ shareds_offset ];
// Make sure shareds struct is aligned to pointer size
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( ( ((kmp_uintptr_t)task->shareds) & (sizeof(void *)-1) ) == 0 );
} else {
task->shareds = NULL;
}
task->routine = task_entry;
task->part_id = 0; // AC: Always start with 0 part id
taskdata->td_task_id = KMP_GEN_TASK_ID();
taskdata->td_team = team;
taskdata->td_alloc_thread = thread;
taskdata->td_parent = parent_task;
taskdata->td_level = parent_task->td_level + 1; // increment nesting level
taskdata->td_untied_count = 0;
taskdata->td_ident = loc_ref;
taskdata->td_taskwait_ident = NULL;
taskdata->td_taskwait_counter = 0;
taskdata->td_taskwait_thread = 0;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskdata->td_parent != NULL );
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
// avoid copying icvs for proxy tasks
if ( flags->proxy == TASK_FULL )
#endif
copy_icvs( &taskdata->td_icvs, &taskdata->td_parent->td_icvs );
taskdata->td_flags.tiedness = flags->tiedness;
taskdata->td_flags.final = flags->final;
taskdata->td_flags.merged_if0 = flags->merged_if0;
#if OMP_40_ENABLED
taskdata->td_flags.destructors_thunk = flags->destructors_thunk;
#endif // OMP_40_ENABLED
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
taskdata->td_flags.proxy = flags->proxy;
taskdata->td_task_team = thread->th.th_task_team;
taskdata->td_size_alloc = shareds_offset + sizeof_shareds;
#endif
taskdata->td_flags.tasktype = TASK_EXPLICIT;
// GEH - TODO: fix this to copy parent task's value of tasking_ser flag
taskdata->td_flags.tasking_ser = ( __kmp_tasking_mode == tskm_immediate_exec );
// GEH - TODO: fix this to copy parent task's value of team_serial flag
taskdata->td_flags.team_serial = ( team->t.t_serialized ) ? 1 : 0;
// GEH - Note we serialize the task if the team is serialized to make sure implicit parallel region
// tasks are not left until program termination to execute. Also, it helps locality to execute
// immediately.
taskdata->td_flags.task_serial = ( parent_task->td_flags.final
|| taskdata->td_flags.team_serial || taskdata->td_flags.tasking_ser );
taskdata->td_flags.started = 0;
taskdata->td_flags.executing = 0;
taskdata->td_flags.complete = 0;
taskdata->td_flags.freed = 0;
taskdata->td_flags.native = flags->native;
taskdata->td_incomplete_child_tasks = 0;
taskdata->td_allocated_child_tasks = 1; // start at one because counts current task and children
#if OMP_40_ENABLED
taskdata->td_taskgroup = parent_task->td_taskgroup; // task inherits the taskgroup from the parent task
taskdata->td_dephash = NULL;
taskdata->td_depnode = NULL;
#endif
// Only need to keep track of child task counts if team parallel and tasking not serialized or if it is a proxy task
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
if ( flags->proxy == TASK_PROXY || !( taskdata -> td_flags.team_serial || taskdata -> td_flags.tasking_ser ) )
#else
if ( !( taskdata -> td_flags.team_serial || taskdata -> td_flags.tasking_ser ) )
#endif
{
KMP_TEST_THEN_INC32( (kmp_int32 *)(& parent_task->td_incomplete_child_tasks) );
#if OMP_40_ENABLED
if ( parent_task->td_taskgroup )
KMP_TEST_THEN_INC32( (kmp_int32 *)(& parent_task->td_taskgroup->count) );
#endif
// Only need to keep track of allocated child tasks for explicit tasks since implicit not deallocated
if ( taskdata->td_parent->td_flags.tasktype == TASK_EXPLICIT ) {
KMP_TEST_THEN_INC32( (kmp_int32 *)(& taskdata->td_parent->td_allocated_child_tasks) );
}
}
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_task_alloc(exit): T#%d created task %p parent=%p\n",
gtid, taskdata, taskdata->td_parent) );
#if OMPT_SUPPORT
__kmp_task_init_ompt(taskdata, gtid, (void*) task_entry);
#endif
return task;
}
kmp_task_t *
__kmpc_omp_task_alloc( ident_t *loc_ref, kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_int32 flags,
size_t sizeof_kmp_task_t, size_t sizeof_shareds,
kmp_routine_entry_t task_entry )
{
kmp_task_t *retval;
kmp_tasking_flags_t *input_flags = (kmp_tasking_flags_t *) & flags;
input_flags->native = FALSE;
// __kmp_task_alloc() sets up all other runtime flags
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_task_alloc(enter): T#%d loc=%p, flags=(%s %s) "
"sizeof_task=%ld sizeof_shared=%ld entry=%p\n",
gtid, loc_ref, input_flags->tiedness ? "tied " : "untied",
input_flags->proxy ? "proxy" : "",
sizeof_kmp_task_t, sizeof_shareds, task_entry) );
#else
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_task_alloc(enter): T#%d loc=%p, flags=(%s) "
"sizeof_task=%ld sizeof_shared=%ld entry=%p\n",
gtid, loc_ref, input_flags->tiedness ? "tied " : "untied",
sizeof_kmp_task_t, sizeof_shareds, task_entry) );
#endif
retval = __kmp_task_alloc( loc_ref, gtid, input_flags, sizeof_kmp_task_t,
sizeof_shareds, task_entry );
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmpc_omp_task_alloc(exit): T#%d retval %p\n", gtid, retval) );
return retval;
}
//-----------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_invoke_task: invoke the specified task
//
// gtid: global thread ID of caller
// task: the task to invoke
// current_task: the task to resume after task invokation
static void
__kmp_invoke_task( kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_task_t *task, kmp_taskdata_t * current_task )
{
kmp_taskdata_t * taskdata = KMP_TASK_TO_TASKDATA(task);
kmp_uint64 cur_time;
#if OMP_40_ENABLED
int discard = 0 /* false */;
#endif
KA_TRACE(30, ("__kmp_invoke_task(enter): T#%d invoking task %p, current_task=%p\n",
gtid, taskdata, current_task) );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT(task);
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
if ( taskdata->td_flags.proxy == TASK_PROXY &&
taskdata->td_flags.complete == 1)
{
// This is a proxy task that was already completed but it needs to run
// its bottom-half finish
KA_TRACE(30, ("__kmp_invoke_task: T#%d running bottom finish for proxy task %p\n",
gtid, taskdata) );
__kmp_bottom_half_finish_proxy(gtid,task);
KA_TRACE(30, ("__kmp_invoke_task(exit): T#%d completed bottom finish for proxy task %p, resuming task %p\n", gtid, taskdata, current_task) );
return;
}
#endif
#if USE_ITT_BUILD && USE_ITT_NOTIFY
if(__kmp_forkjoin_frames_mode == 3) {
// Get the current time stamp to measure task execution time to correct barrier imbalance time
cur_time = __itt_get_timestamp();
}
#endif
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
// Proxy tasks are not handled by the runtime
if ( taskdata->td_flags.proxy != TASK_PROXY )
#endif
__kmp_task_start( gtid, task, current_task );
#if OMPT_SUPPORT
ompt_thread_info_t oldInfo;
kmp_info_t * thread;
if (ompt_enabled) {
// Store the threads states and restore them after the task
thread = __kmp_threads[ gtid ];
oldInfo = thread->th.ompt_thread_info;
thread->th.ompt_thread_info.wait_id = 0;
thread->th.ompt_thread_info.state = ompt_state_work_parallel;
taskdata->ompt_task_info.frame.exit_runtime_frame = __builtin_frame_address(0);
}
#endif
#if OMP_40_ENABLED
// TODO: cancel tasks if the parallel region has also been cancelled
// TODO: check if this sequence can be hoisted above __kmp_task_start
// if cancellation has been enabled for this run ...
if (__kmp_omp_cancellation) {
kmp_info_t *this_thr = __kmp_threads [ gtid ];
kmp_team_t * this_team = this_thr->th.th_team;
kmp_taskgroup_t * taskgroup = taskdata->td_taskgroup;
if ((taskgroup && taskgroup->cancel_request) || (this_team->t.t_cancel_request == cancel_parallel)) {
KMP_COUNT_BLOCK(TASK_cancelled);
// this task belongs to a task group and we need to cancel it
discard = 1 /* true */;
}
}
//
// Invoke the task routine and pass in relevant data.
// Thunks generated by gcc take a different argument list.
//
if (!discard) {
#if KMP_STATS_ENABLED
KMP_COUNT_BLOCK(TASK_executed);
switch(KMP_GET_THREAD_STATE()) {
case FORK_JOIN_BARRIER: KMP_PUSH_PARTITIONED_TIMER(OMP_task_join_bar); break;
case PLAIN_BARRIER: KMP_PUSH_PARTITIONED_TIMER(OMP_task_plain_bar); break;
case TASKYIELD: KMP_PUSH_PARTITIONED_TIMER(OMP_task_taskyield); break;
case TASKWAIT: KMP_PUSH_PARTITIONED_TIMER(OMP_task_taskwait); break;
case TASKGROUP: KMP_PUSH_PARTITIONED_TIMER(OMP_task_taskgroup); break;
default: KMP_PUSH_PARTITIONED_TIMER(OMP_task_immediate); break;
}
#endif // KMP_STATS_ENABLED
#endif // OMP_40_ENABLED
#if OMPT_SUPPORT && OMPT_TRACE
/* let OMPT know that we're about to run this task */
if (ompt_enabled &&
ompt_callbacks.ompt_callback(ompt_event_task_switch))
{
ompt_callbacks.ompt_callback(ompt_event_task_switch)(
current_task->ompt_task_info.task_id,
taskdata->ompt_task_info.task_id);
}
#endif
#ifdef KMP_GOMP_COMPAT
if (taskdata->td_flags.native) {
((void (*)(void *))(*(task->routine)))(task->shareds);
}
else
#endif /* KMP_GOMP_COMPAT */
{
(*(task->routine))(gtid, task);
}
KMP_POP_PARTITIONED_TIMER();
#if OMPT_SUPPORT && OMPT_TRACE
/* let OMPT know that we're returning to the callee task */
if (ompt_enabled &&
ompt_callbacks.ompt_callback(ompt_event_task_switch))
{
ompt_callbacks.ompt_callback(ompt_event_task_switch)(
taskdata->ompt_task_info.task_id,
current_task->ompt_task_info.task_id);
}
#endif
#if OMP_40_ENABLED
}
#endif // OMP_40_ENABLED
#if OMPT_SUPPORT
if (ompt_enabled) {
thread->th.ompt_thread_info = oldInfo;
taskdata->ompt_task_info.frame.exit_runtime_frame = 0;
}
#endif
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
// Proxy tasks are not handled by the runtime
if ( taskdata->td_flags.proxy != TASK_PROXY )
#endif
__kmp_task_finish( gtid, task, current_task );
#if USE_ITT_BUILD && USE_ITT_NOTIFY
// Barrier imbalance - correct arrive time after the task finished
if(__kmp_forkjoin_frames_mode == 3) {
kmp_info_t *this_thr = __kmp_threads [ gtid ];
if(this_thr->th.th_bar_arrive_time) {
this_thr->th.th_bar_arrive_time += (__itt_get_timestamp() - cur_time);
}
}
#endif
KA_TRACE(30, ("__kmp_invoke_task(exit): T#%d completed task %p, resuming task %p\n",
gtid, taskdata, current_task) );
return;
}
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmpc_omp_task_parts: Schedule a thread-switchable task for execution
//
// loc_ref: location of original task pragma (ignored)
// gtid: Global Thread ID of encountering thread
// new_task: task thunk allocated by __kmp_omp_task_alloc() for the ''new task''
// Returns:
// TASK_CURRENT_NOT_QUEUED (0) if did not suspend and queue current task to be resumed later.
// TASK_CURRENT_QUEUED (1) if suspended and queued the current task to be resumed later.
kmp_int32
__kmpc_omp_task_parts( ident_t *loc_ref, kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_task_t * new_task)
{
kmp_taskdata_t * new_taskdata = KMP_TASK_TO_TASKDATA(new_task);
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_task_parts(enter): T#%d loc=%p task=%p\n",
gtid, loc_ref, new_taskdata ) );
/* Should we execute the new task or queue it? For now, let's just always try to
queue it. If the queue fills up, then we'll execute it. */
if ( __kmp_push_task( gtid, new_task ) == TASK_NOT_PUSHED ) // if cannot defer
{ // Execute this task immediately
kmp_taskdata_t * current_task = __kmp_threads[ gtid ] -> th.th_current_task;
new_taskdata->td_flags.task_serial = 1;
__kmp_invoke_task( gtid, new_task, current_task );
}
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_task_parts(exit): T#%d returning TASK_CURRENT_NOT_QUEUED: "
"loc=%p task=%p, return: TASK_CURRENT_NOT_QUEUED\n", gtid, loc_ref,
new_taskdata ) );
return TASK_CURRENT_NOT_QUEUED;
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_omp_task: Schedule a non-thread-switchable task for execution
// gtid: Global Thread ID of encountering thread
// new_task: non-thread-switchable task thunk allocated by __kmp_omp_task_alloc()
// serialize_immediate: if TRUE then if the task is executed immediately its execution will be serialized
// returns:
//
// TASK_CURRENT_NOT_QUEUED (0) if did not suspend and queue current task to be resumed later.
// TASK_CURRENT_QUEUED (1) if suspended and queued the current task to be resumed later.
kmp_int32
__kmp_omp_task( kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_task_t * new_task, bool serialize_immediate )
{
kmp_taskdata_t * new_taskdata = KMP_TASK_TO_TASKDATA(new_task);
#if OMPT_SUPPORT
if (ompt_enabled) {
new_taskdata->ompt_task_info.frame.reenter_runtime_frame =
__builtin_frame_address(0);
}
#endif
/* Should we execute the new task or queue it? For now, let's just always try to
queue it. If the queue fills up, then we'll execute it. */
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
if ( new_taskdata->td_flags.proxy == TASK_PROXY || __kmp_push_task( gtid, new_task ) == TASK_NOT_PUSHED ) // if cannot defer
#else
if ( __kmp_push_task( gtid, new_task ) == TASK_NOT_PUSHED ) // if cannot defer
#endif
{ // Execute this task immediately
kmp_taskdata_t * current_task = __kmp_threads[ gtid ] -> th.th_current_task;
if ( serialize_immediate )
new_taskdata -> td_flags.task_serial = 1;
__kmp_invoke_task( gtid, new_task, current_task );
}
#if OMPT_SUPPORT
if (ompt_enabled) {
new_taskdata->ompt_task_info.frame.reenter_runtime_frame = 0;
}
#endif
return TASK_CURRENT_NOT_QUEUED;
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmpc_omp_task: Wrapper around __kmp_omp_task to schedule a non-thread-switchable task from
// the parent thread only!
// loc_ref: location of original task pragma (ignored)
// gtid: Global Thread ID of encountering thread
// new_task: non-thread-switchable task thunk allocated by __kmp_omp_task_alloc()
// returns:
//
// TASK_CURRENT_NOT_QUEUED (0) if did not suspend and queue current task to be resumed later.
// TASK_CURRENT_QUEUED (1) if suspended and queued the current task to be resumed later.
kmp_int32
__kmpc_omp_task( ident_t *loc_ref, kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_task_t * new_task)
{
kmp_int32 res;
KMP_SET_THREAD_STATE_BLOCK(EXPLICIT_TASK);
#if KMP_DEBUG
kmp_taskdata_t * new_taskdata = KMP_TASK_TO_TASKDATA(new_task);
#endif
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_task(enter): T#%d loc=%p task=%p\n",
gtid, loc_ref, new_taskdata ) );
res = __kmp_omp_task(gtid,new_task,true);
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_task(exit): T#%d returning TASK_CURRENT_NOT_QUEUED: loc=%p task=%p\n",
gtid, loc_ref, new_taskdata ) );
return res;
}
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmpc_omp_taskwait: Wait until all tasks generated by the current task are complete
kmp_int32
__kmpc_omp_taskwait( ident_t *loc_ref, kmp_int32 gtid )
{
kmp_taskdata_t * taskdata;
kmp_info_t * thread;
int thread_finished = FALSE;
KMP_SET_THREAD_STATE_BLOCK(TASKWAIT);
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_taskwait(enter): T#%d loc=%p\n", gtid, loc_ref) );
if ( __kmp_tasking_mode != tskm_immediate_exec ) {
// GEH TODO: shouldn't we have some sort of OMPRAP API calls here to mark begin wait?
thread = __kmp_threads[ gtid ];
taskdata = thread -> th.th_current_task;
#if OMPT_SUPPORT && OMPT_TRACE
ompt_task_id_t my_task_id;
ompt_parallel_id_t my_parallel_id;
if (ompt_enabled) {
kmp_team_t *team = thread->th.th_team;
my_task_id = taskdata->ompt_task_info.task_id;
my_parallel_id = team->t.ompt_team_info.parallel_id;
taskdata->ompt_task_info.frame.reenter_runtime_frame = __builtin_frame_address(0);
if (ompt_callbacks.ompt_callback(ompt_event_taskwait_begin)) {
ompt_callbacks.ompt_callback(ompt_event_taskwait_begin)(
my_parallel_id, my_task_id);
}
}
#endif
// Debugger: The taskwait is active. Store location and thread encountered the taskwait.
#if USE_ITT_BUILD
// Note: These values are used by ITT events as well.
#endif /* USE_ITT_BUILD */
taskdata->td_taskwait_counter += 1;
taskdata->td_taskwait_ident = loc_ref;
taskdata->td_taskwait_thread = gtid + 1;
#if USE_ITT_BUILD
void * itt_sync_obj = __kmp_itt_taskwait_object( gtid );
if ( itt_sync_obj != NULL )
__kmp_itt_taskwait_starting( gtid, itt_sync_obj );
#endif /* USE_ITT_BUILD */
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
if ( ! taskdata->td_flags.team_serial || (thread->th.th_task_team != NULL && thread->th.th_task_team->tt.tt_found_proxy_tasks) )
#else
if ( ! taskdata->td_flags.team_serial )
#endif
{
// GEH: if team serialized, avoid reading the volatile variable below.
kmp_flag_32 flag(&(taskdata->td_incomplete_child_tasks), 0U);
while ( TCR_4(taskdata -> td_incomplete_child_tasks) != 0 ) {
flag.execute_tasks(thread, gtid, FALSE, &thread_finished
USE_ITT_BUILD_ARG(itt_sync_obj), __kmp_task_stealing_constraint );
}
}
#if USE_ITT_BUILD
if ( itt_sync_obj != NULL )
__kmp_itt_taskwait_finished( gtid, itt_sync_obj );
#endif /* USE_ITT_BUILD */
// GEH TODO: shouldn't we have some sort of OMPRAP API calls here to mark end of wait?
// Debugger: The taskwait is completed. Location remains, but thread is negated.
taskdata->td_taskwait_thread = - taskdata->td_taskwait_thread;
#if OMPT_SUPPORT && OMPT_TRACE
if (ompt_enabled) {
if (ompt_callbacks.ompt_callback(ompt_event_taskwait_end)) {
ompt_callbacks.ompt_callback(ompt_event_taskwait_end)(
my_parallel_id, my_task_id);
}
taskdata->ompt_task_info.frame.reenter_runtime_frame = 0;
}
#endif
}
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_taskwait(exit): T#%d task %p finished waiting, "
"returning TASK_CURRENT_NOT_QUEUED\n", gtid, taskdata) );
return TASK_CURRENT_NOT_QUEUED;
}
//-------------------------------------------------
// __kmpc_omp_taskyield: switch to a different task
kmp_int32
__kmpc_omp_taskyield( ident_t *loc_ref, kmp_int32 gtid, int end_part )
{
kmp_taskdata_t * taskdata;
kmp_info_t * thread;
int thread_finished = FALSE;
KMP_COUNT_BLOCK(OMP_TASKYIELD);
KMP_SET_THREAD_STATE_BLOCK(TASKYIELD);
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_taskyield(enter): T#%d loc=%p end_part = %d\n",
gtid, loc_ref, end_part) );
if ( __kmp_tasking_mode != tskm_immediate_exec && __kmp_init_parallel ) {
// GEH TODO: shouldn't we have some sort of OMPRAP API calls here to mark begin wait?
thread = __kmp_threads[ gtid ];
taskdata = thread -> th.th_current_task;
// Should we model this as a task wait or not?
// Debugger: The taskwait is active. Store location and thread encountered the taskwait.
#if USE_ITT_BUILD
// Note: These values are used by ITT events as well.
#endif /* USE_ITT_BUILD */
taskdata->td_taskwait_counter += 1;
taskdata->td_taskwait_ident = loc_ref;
taskdata->td_taskwait_thread = gtid + 1;
#if USE_ITT_BUILD
void * itt_sync_obj = __kmp_itt_taskwait_object( gtid );
if ( itt_sync_obj != NULL )
__kmp_itt_taskwait_starting( gtid, itt_sync_obj );
#endif /* USE_ITT_BUILD */
if ( ! taskdata->td_flags.team_serial ) {
kmp_task_team_t * task_team = thread->th.th_task_team;
if (task_team != NULL) {
if (KMP_TASKING_ENABLED(task_team)) {
__kmp_execute_tasks_32( thread, gtid, NULL, FALSE, &thread_finished
USE_ITT_BUILD_ARG(itt_sync_obj), __kmp_task_stealing_constraint );
}
}
}
#if USE_ITT_BUILD
if ( itt_sync_obj != NULL )
__kmp_itt_taskwait_finished( gtid, itt_sync_obj );
#endif /* USE_ITT_BUILD */
// GEH TODO: shouldn't we have some sort of OMPRAP API calls here to mark end of wait?
// Debugger: The taskwait is completed. Location remains, but thread is negated.
taskdata->td_taskwait_thread = - taskdata->td_taskwait_thread;
}
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_omp_taskyield(exit): T#%d task %p resuming, "
"returning TASK_CURRENT_NOT_QUEUED\n", gtid, taskdata) );
return TASK_CURRENT_NOT_QUEUED;
}
#if OMP_40_ENABLED
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmpc_taskgroup: Start a new taskgroup
void
__kmpc_taskgroup( ident_t* loc, int gtid )
{
kmp_info_t * thread = __kmp_threads[ gtid ];
kmp_taskdata_t * taskdata = thread->th.th_current_task;
kmp_taskgroup_t * tg_new =
(kmp_taskgroup_t *)__kmp_thread_malloc( thread, sizeof( kmp_taskgroup_t ) );
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_taskgroup: T#%d loc=%p group=%p\n", gtid, loc, tg_new) );
tg_new->count = 0;
tg_new->cancel_request = cancel_noreq;
tg_new->parent = taskdata->td_taskgroup;
taskdata->td_taskgroup = tg_new;
}
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmpc_end_taskgroup: Wait until all tasks generated by the current task
// and its descendants are complete
void
__kmpc_end_taskgroup( ident_t* loc, int gtid )
{
kmp_info_t * thread = __kmp_threads[ gtid ];
kmp_taskdata_t * taskdata = thread->th.th_current_task;
kmp_taskgroup_t * taskgroup = taskdata->td_taskgroup;
int thread_finished = FALSE;
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_end_taskgroup(enter): T#%d loc=%p\n", gtid, loc) );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskgroup != NULL );
KMP_SET_THREAD_STATE_BLOCK(TASKGROUP);
if ( __kmp_tasking_mode != tskm_immediate_exec ) {
#if USE_ITT_BUILD
// For ITT the taskgroup wait is similar to taskwait until we need to distinguish them
void * itt_sync_obj = __kmp_itt_taskwait_object( gtid );
if ( itt_sync_obj != NULL )
__kmp_itt_taskwait_starting( gtid, itt_sync_obj );
#endif /* USE_ITT_BUILD */
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
if ( ! taskdata->td_flags.team_serial || (thread->th.th_task_team != NULL && thread->th.th_task_team->tt.tt_found_proxy_tasks) )
#else
if ( ! taskdata->td_flags.team_serial )
#endif
{
kmp_flag_32 flag(&(taskgroup->count), 0U);
while ( TCR_4(taskgroup->count) != 0 ) {
flag.execute_tasks(thread, gtid, FALSE, &thread_finished
USE_ITT_BUILD_ARG(itt_sync_obj), __kmp_task_stealing_constraint );
}
}
#if USE_ITT_BUILD
if ( itt_sync_obj != NULL )
__kmp_itt_taskwait_finished( gtid, itt_sync_obj );
#endif /* USE_ITT_BUILD */
}
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( taskgroup->count == 0 );
// Restore parent taskgroup for the current task
taskdata->td_taskgroup = taskgroup->parent;
__kmp_thread_free( thread, taskgroup );
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmpc_end_taskgroup(exit): T#%d task %p finished waiting\n", gtid, taskdata) );
}
#endif
//------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_remove_my_task: remove a task from my own deque
static kmp_task_t *
__kmp_remove_my_task( kmp_info_t * thread, kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_task_team_t *task_team,
kmp_int32 is_constrained )
{
kmp_task_t * task;
kmp_taskdata_t * taskdata;
kmp_thread_data_t *thread_data;
kmp_uint32 tail;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( __kmp_tasking_mode != tskm_immediate_exec );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data != NULL ); // Caller should check this condition
thread_data = & task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data[ __kmp_tid_from_gtid( gtid ) ];
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_remove_my_task(enter): T#%d ntasks=%d head=%u tail=%u\n",
gtid, thread_data->td.td_deque_ntasks, thread_data->td.td_deque_head,
thread_data->td.td_deque_tail) );
if (TCR_4(thread_data -> td.td_deque_ntasks) == 0) {
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_remove_my_task(exit #1): T#%d No tasks to remove: ntasks=%d head=%u tail=%u\n",
gtid, thread_data->td.td_deque_ntasks, thread_data->td.td_deque_head,
thread_data->td.td_deque_tail) );
return NULL;
}
__kmp_acquire_bootstrap_lock( & thread_data -> td.td_deque_lock );
if (TCR_4(thread_data -> td.td_deque_ntasks) == 0) {
__kmp_release_bootstrap_lock( & thread_data -> td.td_deque_lock );
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_remove_my_task(exit #2): T#%d No tasks to remove: ntasks=%d head=%u tail=%u\n",
gtid, thread_data->td.td_deque_ntasks, thread_data->td.td_deque_head,
thread_data->td.td_deque_tail) );
return NULL;
}
tail = ( thread_data -> td.td_deque_tail - 1 ) & TASK_DEQUE_MASK(thread_data->td); // Wrap index.
taskdata = thread_data -> td.td_deque[ tail ];
if (is_constrained && (taskdata->td_flags.tiedness == TASK_TIED)) {
// we need to check if the candidate obeys task scheduling constraint:
// only child of current task can be scheduled
kmp_taskdata_t * current = thread->th.th_current_task;
kmp_int32 level = current->td_level;
kmp_taskdata_t * parent = taskdata->td_parent;
while ( parent != current && parent->td_level > level ) {
parent = parent->td_parent; // check generation up to the level of the current task
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT(parent != NULL);
}
if ( parent != current ) {
// If the tail task is not a child, then no other child can appear in the deque.
__kmp_release_bootstrap_lock( & thread_data -> td.td_deque_lock );
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_remove_my_task(exit #2): T#%d No tasks to remove: ntasks=%d head=%u tail=%u\n",
gtid, thread_data->td.td_deque_ntasks, thread_data->td.td_deque_head,
thread_data->td.td_deque_tail) );
return NULL;
}
}
thread_data -> td.td_deque_tail = tail;
TCW_4(thread_data -> td.td_deque_ntasks, thread_data -> td.td_deque_ntasks - 1);
__kmp_release_bootstrap_lock( & thread_data->td.td_deque_lock );
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_remove_my_task(exit #2): T#%d task %p removed: ntasks=%d head=%u tail=%u\n",
gtid, taskdata, thread_data->td.td_deque_ntasks, thread_data->td.td_deque_head,
thread_data->td.td_deque_tail) );
task = KMP_TASKDATA_TO_TASK( taskdata );
return task;
}
//-----------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_steal_task: remove a task from another thread's deque
// Assume that calling thread has already checked existence of
// task_team thread_data before calling this routine.
static kmp_task_t *
__kmp_steal_task( kmp_info_t *victim, kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_task_team_t *task_team,
volatile kmp_uint32 *unfinished_threads, int *thread_finished,
kmp_int32 is_constrained )
{
kmp_task_t * task;
kmp_taskdata_t * taskdata;
kmp_thread_data_t *victim_td, *threads_data;
kmp_int32 victim_tid;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( __kmp_tasking_mode != tskm_immediate_exec );
threads_data = task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( threads_data != NULL ); // Caller should check this condition
victim_tid = victim->th.th_info.ds.ds_tid;
victim_td = & threads_data[ victim_tid ];
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_steal_task(enter): T#%d try to steal from T#%d: task_team=%p ntasks=%d "
"head=%u tail=%u\n",
gtid, __kmp_gtid_from_thread( victim ), task_team, victim_td->td.td_deque_ntasks,
victim_td->td.td_deque_head, victim_td->td.td_deque_tail) );
if ( (TCR_4(victim_td -> td.td_deque_ntasks) == 0) || // Caller should not check this condition
(TCR_PTR(victim->th.th_task_team) != task_team)) // GEH: why would this happen?
{
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_steal_task(exit #1): T#%d could not steal from T#%d: task_team=%p "
"ntasks=%d head=%u tail=%u\n",
gtid, __kmp_gtid_from_thread( victim ), task_team, victim_td->td.td_deque_ntasks,
victim_td->td.td_deque_head, victim_td->td.td_deque_tail) );
return NULL;
}
__kmp_acquire_bootstrap_lock( & victim_td -> td.td_deque_lock );
// Check again after we acquire the lock
if ( (TCR_4(victim_td -> td.td_deque_ntasks) == 0) ||
(TCR_PTR(victim->th.th_task_team) != task_team)) // GEH: why would this happen?
{
__kmp_release_bootstrap_lock( & victim_td -> td.td_deque_lock );
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_steal_task(exit #2): T#%d could not steal from T#%d: task_team=%p "
"ntasks=%d head=%u tail=%u\n",
gtid, __kmp_gtid_from_thread( victim ), task_team, victim_td->td.td_deque_ntasks,
victim_td->td.td_deque_head, victim_td->td.td_deque_tail) );
return NULL;
}
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( victim_td -> td.td_deque != NULL );
if ( !is_constrained ) {
taskdata = victim_td -> td.td_deque[ victim_td -> td.td_deque_head ];
KMP_ASSERT(taskdata);
// Bump head pointer and Wrap.
victim_td -> td.td_deque_head = ( victim_td -> td.td_deque_head + 1 ) & TASK_DEQUE_MASK(victim_td->td);
} else {
// While we have postponed tasks let's steal from tail of the deque (smaller tasks)
kmp_int32 tail = ( victim_td -> td.td_deque_tail - 1 ) & TASK_DEQUE_MASK(victim_td->td); // Wrap index.
taskdata = victim_td -> td.td_deque[ tail ];
KMP_ASSERT(taskdata);
// we need to check if the candidate obeys task scheduling constraint:
// only child of current task can be scheduled
kmp_taskdata_t * current = __kmp_threads[ gtid ]->th.th_current_task;
kmp_int32 level = current->td_level;
kmp_taskdata_t * parent = taskdata->td_parent;
while ( parent != current && parent->td_level > level ) {
parent = parent->td_parent; // check generation up to the level of the current task
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT(parent != NULL);
}
if ( parent != current ) {
// If the tail task is not a descendant of the current task then do not steal it.
__kmp_release_bootstrap_lock( & victim_td -> td.td_deque_lock );
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_steal_task(exit #2): T#%d could not steal from T#%d: task_team=%p "
"ntasks=%d head=%u tail=%u\n",
gtid, __kmp_gtid_from_thread( threads_data[victim_tid].td.td_thr ),
task_team, victim_td->td.td_deque_ntasks,
victim_td->td.td_deque_head, victim_td->td.td_deque_tail) );
return NULL;
}
victim_td -> td.td_deque_tail = tail;
}
if (*thread_finished) {
// We need to un-mark this victim as a finished victim. This must be done before
// releasing the lock, or else other threads (starting with the master victim)
// might be prematurely released from the barrier!!!
kmp_uint32 count;
count = KMP_TEST_THEN_INC32( (kmp_int32 *)unfinished_threads );
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_steal_task: T#%d inc unfinished_threads to %d: task_team=%p\n",
gtid, count + 1, task_team) );
*thread_finished = FALSE;
}
TCW_4(victim_td -> td.td_deque_ntasks, TCR_4(victim_td -> td.td_deque_ntasks) - 1);
__kmp_release_bootstrap_lock( & victim_td -> td.td_deque_lock );
KMP_COUNT_BLOCK(TASK_stolen);
KA_TRACE(10, ("__kmp_steal_task(exit #3): T#%d stole task %p from T#%d: task_team=%p "
"ntasks=%d head=%u tail=%u\n",
gtid, taskdata, __kmp_gtid_from_thread( victim ), task_team,
victim_td->td.td_deque_ntasks, victim_td->td.td_deque_head,
victim_td->td.td_deque_tail) );
task = KMP_TASKDATA_TO_TASK( taskdata );
return task;
}
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_execute_tasks_template: Choose and execute tasks until either the condition
// is statisfied (return true) or there are none left (return false).
// final_spin is TRUE if this is the spin at the release barrier.
// thread_finished indicates whether the thread is finished executing all
// the tasks it has on its deque, and is at the release barrier.
// spinner is the location on which to spin.
// spinner == NULL means only execute a single task and return.
// checker is the value to check to terminate the spin.
template <class C>
static inline int __kmp_execute_tasks_template(kmp_info_t *thread, kmp_int32 gtid, C *flag, int final_spin,
int *thread_finished
USE_ITT_BUILD_ARG(void * itt_sync_obj), kmp_int32 is_constrained)
{
kmp_task_team_t * task_team = thread->th.th_task_team;
kmp_thread_data_t * threads_data;
kmp_task_t * task;
kmp_info_t * other_thread;
kmp_taskdata_t * current_task = thread -> th.th_current_task;
volatile kmp_uint32 * unfinished_threads;
kmp_int32 nthreads, victim=-2, use_own_tasks=1, new_victim=0, tid=thread->th.th_info.ds.ds_tid;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( __kmp_tasking_mode != tskm_immediate_exec );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( thread == __kmp_threads[ gtid ] );
if (task_team == NULL) return FALSE;
KA_TRACE(15, ("__kmp_execute_tasks_template(enter): T#%d final_spin=%d *thread_finished=%d\n",
gtid, final_spin, *thread_finished) );
threads_data = (kmp_thread_data_t *)TCR_PTR(task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data);
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( threads_data != NULL );
nthreads = task_team -> tt.tt_nproc;
unfinished_threads = &(task_team -> tt.tt_unfinished_threads);
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( nthreads > 1 || task_team->tt.tt_found_proxy_tasks);
#else
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( nthreads > 1 );
#endif
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( (int)(TCR_4(*unfinished_threads)) >= 0 );
while (1) { // Outer loop keeps trying to find tasks in case of single thread getting tasks from target constructs
while (1) { // Inner loop to find a task and execute it
task = NULL;
if (use_own_tasks) { // check on own queue first
task = __kmp_remove_my_task( thread, gtid, task_team, is_constrained );
}
if ((task == NULL) && (nthreads > 1)) { // Steal a task
int asleep = 1;
use_own_tasks = 0;
// Try to steal from the last place I stole from successfully.
if (victim == -2) { // haven't stolen anything yet
victim = threads_data[tid].td.td_deque_last_stolen;
if (victim != -1) // if we have a last stolen from victim, get the thread
other_thread = threads_data[victim].td.td_thr;
}
if (victim != -1) { // found last victim
asleep = 0;
}
else if (!new_victim) { // no recent steals and we haven't already used a new victim; select a random thread
do { // Find a different thread to steal work from.
// Pick a random thread. Initial plan was to cycle through all the threads, and only return if
// we tried to steal from every thread, and failed. Arch says that's not such a great idea.
victim = __kmp_get_random(thread) % (nthreads - 1);
if (victim >= tid) {
++victim; // Adjusts random distribution to exclude self
}
// Found a potential victim
other_thread = threads_data[victim].td.td_thr;
// There is a slight chance that __kmp_enable_tasking() did not wake up all threads
// waiting at the barrier. If victim is sleeping, then wake it up. Since we were going to
// pay the cache miss penalty for referencing another thread's kmp_info_t struct anyway,
// the check shouldn't cost too much performance at this point. In extra barrier mode, tasks
// do not sleep at the separate tasking barrier, so this isn't a problem.
asleep = 0;
if ( ( __kmp_tasking_mode == tskm_task_teams ) &&
(__kmp_dflt_blocktime != KMP_MAX_BLOCKTIME) &&
(TCR_PTR(other_thread->th.th_sleep_loc) != NULL)) {
asleep = 1;
__kmp_null_resume_wrapper(__kmp_gtid_from_thread(other_thread), other_thread->th.th_sleep_loc);
// A sleeping thread should not have any tasks on it's queue. There is a slight
// possibility that it resumes, steals a task from another thread, which spawns more
// tasks, all in the time that it takes this thread to check => don't write an assertion
// that the victim's queue is empty. Try stealing from a different thread.
}
} while (asleep);
}
if (!asleep) {
// We have a victim to try to steal from
task = __kmp_steal_task(other_thread, gtid, task_team, unfinished_threads, thread_finished, is_constrained);
}
if (task != NULL) { // set last stolen to victim
if (threads_data[tid].td.td_deque_last_stolen != victim) {
threads_data[tid].td.td_deque_last_stolen = victim;
// The pre-refactored code did not try more than 1 successful new vicitm,
// unless the last one generated more local tasks; new_victim keeps track of this
new_victim = 1;
}
}
else { // No tasks found; unset last_stolen
KMP_CHECK_UPDATE(threads_data[tid].td.td_deque_last_stolen, -1);
victim = -2; // no successful victim found
}
}
if (task == NULL) // break out of tasking loop
break;
// Found a task; execute it
#if USE_ITT_BUILD && USE_ITT_NOTIFY
if ( __itt_sync_create_ptr || KMP_ITT_DEBUG ) {
if ( itt_sync_obj == NULL ) { // we are at fork barrier where we could not get the object reliably
itt_sync_obj = __kmp_itt_barrier_object( gtid, bs_forkjoin_barrier );
}
__kmp_itt_task_starting( itt_sync_obj );
}
#endif /* USE_ITT_BUILD && USE_ITT_NOTIFY */
__kmp_invoke_task( gtid, task, current_task );
#if USE_ITT_BUILD
if ( itt_sync_obj != NULL ) __kmp_itt_task_finished( itt_sync_obj );
#endif /* USE_ITT_BUILD */
// If this thread is only partway through the barrier and the condition is met, then return now,
// so that the barrier gather/release pattern can proceed. If this thread is in the last spin loop
// in the barrier, waiting to be released, we know that the termination condition will not be
// satisified, so don't waste any cycles checking it.
if (flag == NULL || (!final_spin && flag->done_check())) {
KA_TRACE(15, ("__kmp_execute_tasks_template: T#%d spin condition satisfied\n", gtid) );
return TRUE;
}
if (thread->th.th_task_team == NULL) {
break;
}
KMP_YIELD( __kmp_library == library_throughput ); // Yield before executing next task
// If execution of a stolen task results in more tasks being placed on our run queue, reset use_own_tasks
if (!use_own_tasks && TCR_4(threads_data[tid].td.td_deque_ntasks) != 0) {
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_execute_tasks_template: T#%d stolen task spawned other tasks, restart\n", gtid));
use_own_tasks = 1;
new_victim = 0;
}
}
// The task source has been exhausted. If in final spin loop of barrier, check if termination condition is satisfied.
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
// The work queue may be empty but there might be proxy tasks still executing
if (final_spin && TCR_4(current_task->td_incomplete_child_tasks) == 0)
#else
if (final_spin)
#endif
{
// First, decrement the #unfinished threads, if that has not already been done. This decrement
// might be to the spin location, and result in the termination condition being satisfied.
if (! *thread_finished) {
kmp_uint32 count;
count = KMP_TEST_THEN_DEC32( (kmp_int32 *)unfinished_threads ) - 1;
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_execute_tasks_template: T#%d dec unfinished_threads to %d task_team=%p\n",
gtid, count, task_team) );
*thread_finished = TRUE;
}
// It is now unsafe to reference thread->th.th_team !!!
// Decrementing task_team->tt.tt_unfinished_threads can allow the master thread to pass through
// the barrier, where it might reset each thread's th.th_team field for the next parallel region.
// If we can steal more work, we know that this has not happened yet.
if (flag != NULL && flag->done_check()) {
KA_TRACE(15, ("__kmp_execute_tasks_template: T#%d spin condition satisfied\n", gtid) );
return TRUE;
}
}
// If this thread's task team is NULL, master has recognized that there are no more tasks; bail out
if (thread->th.th_task_team == NULL) {
KA_TRACE(15, ("__kmp_execute_tasks_template: T#%d no more tasks\n", gtid) );
return FALSE;
}
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
// We could be getting tasks from target constructs; if this is the only thread, keep trying to execute
// tasks from own queue
if (nthreads == 1)
use_own_tasks = 1;
else
#endif
{
KA_TRACE(15, ("__kmp_execute_tasks_template: T#%d can't find work\n", gtid) );
return FALSE;
}
}
}
int __kmp_execute_tasks_32(kmp_info_t *thread, kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_flag_32 *flag, int final_spin,
int *thread_finished
USE_ITT_BUILD_ARG(void * itt_sync_obj), kmp_int32 is_constrained)
{
return __kmp_execute_tasks_template(thread, gtid, flag, final_spin, thread_finished
USE_ITT_BUILD_ARG(itt_sync_obj), is_constrained);
}
int __kmp_execute_tasks_64(kmp_info_t *thread, kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_flag_64 *flag, int final_spin,
int *thread_finished
USE_ITT_BUILD_ARG(void * itt_sync_obj), kmp_int32 is_constrained)
{
return __kmp_execute_tasks_template(thread, gtid, flag, final_spin, thread_finished
USE_ITT_BUILD_ARG(itt_sync_obj), is_constrained);
}
int __kmp_execute_tasks_oncore(kmp_info_t *thread, kmp_int32 gtid, kmp_flag_oncore *flag, int final_spin,
int *thread_finished
USE_ITT_BUILD_ARG(void * itt_sync_obj), kmp_int32 is_constrained)
{
return __kmp_execute_tasks_template(thread, gtid, flag, final_spin, thread_finished
USE_ITT_BUILD_ARG(itt_sync_obj), is_constrained);
}
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_enable_tasking: Allocate task team and resume threads sleeping at the
// next barrier so they can assist in executing enqueued tasks.
// First thread in allocates the task team atomically.
static void
__kmp_enable_tasking( kmp_task_team_t *task_team, kmp_info_t *this_thr )
{
kmp_thread_data_t *threads_data;
int nthreads, i, is_init_thread;
KA_TRACE( 10, ( "__kmp_enable_tasking(enter): T#%d\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( this_thr ) ) );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT(task_team != NULL);
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT(this_thr->th.th_team != NULL);
nthreads = task_team->tt.tt_nproc;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT(nthreads > 0);
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT(nthreads == this_thr->th.th_team->t.t_nproc);
// Allocate or increase the size of threads_data if necessary
is_init_thread = __kmp_realloc_task_threads_data( this_thr, task_team );
if (!is_init_thread) {
// Some other thread already set up the array.
KA_TRACE( 20, ( "__kmp_enable_tasking(exit): T#%d: threads array already set up.\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( this_thr ) ) );
return;
}
threads_data = (kmp_thread_data_t *)TCR_PTR(task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data);
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( threads_data != NULL );
if ( ( __kmp_tasking_mode == tskm_task_teams ) &&
( __kmp_dflt_blocktime != KMP_MAX_BLOCKTIME ) )
{
// Release any threads sleeping at the barrier, so that they can steal
// tasks and execute them. In extra barrier mode, tasks do not sleep
// at the separate tasking barrier, so this isn't a problem.
for (i = 0; i < nthreads; i++) {
volatile void *sleep_loc;
kmp_info_t *thread = threads_data[i].td.td_thr;
if (i == this_thr->th.th_info.ds.ds_tid) {
continue;
}
// Since we haven't locked the thread's suspend mutex lock at this
// point, there is a small window where a thread might be putting
// itself to sleep, but hasn't set the th_sleep_loc field yet.
// To work around this, __kmp_execute_tasks_template() periodically checks
// see if other threads are sleeping (using the same random
// mechanism that is used for task stealing) and awakens them if
// they are.
if ( ( sleep_loc = TCR_PTR( thread -> th.th_sleep_loc) ) != NULL )
{
KF_TRACE( 50, ( "__kmp_enable_tasking: T#%d waking up thread T#%d\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( this_thr ),
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ) ) );
__kmp_null_resume_wrapper(__kmp_gtid_from_thread(thread), sleep_loc);
}
else {
KF_TRACE( 50, ( "__kmp_enable_tasking: T#%d don't wake up thread T#%d\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( this_thr ),
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ) ) );
}
}
}
KA_TRACE( 10, ( "__kmp_enable_tasking(exit): T#%d\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( this_thr ) ) );
}
/* ------------------------------------------------------------------------ */
/* // TODO: Check the comment consistency
* Utility routines for "task teams". A task team (kmp_task_t) is kind of
* like a shadow of the kmp_team_t data struct, with a different lifetime.
* After a child * thread checks into a barrier and calls __kmp_release() from
* the particular variant of __kmp_<barrier_kind>_barrier_gather(), it can no
* longer assume that the kmp_team_t structure is intact (at any moment, the
* master thread may exit the barrier code and free the team data structure,
* and return the threads to the thread pool).
*
* This does not work with the the tasking code, as the thread is still
* expected to participate in the execution of any tasks that may have been
* spawned my a member of the team, and the thread still needs access to all
* to each thread in the team, so that it can steal work from it.
*
* Enter the existence of the kmp_task_team_t struct. It employs a reference
* counting mechanims, and is allocated by the master thread before calling
* __kmp_<barrier_kind>_release, and then is release by the last thread to
* exit __kmp_<barrier_kind>_release at the next barrier. I.e. the lifetimes
* of the kmp_task_team_t structs for consecutive barriers can overlap
* (and will, unless the master thread is the last thread to exit the barrier
* release phase, which is not typical).
*
* The existence of such a struct is useful outside the context of tasking,
* but for now, I'm trying to keep it specific to the OMP_30_ENABLED macro,
* so that any performance differences show up when comparing the 2.5 vs. 3.0
* libraries.
*
* We currently use the existence of the threads array as an indicator that
* tasks were spawned since the last barrier. If the structure is to be
* useful outside the context of tasking, then this will have to change, but
* not settting the field minimizes the performance impact of tasking on
* barriers, when no explicit tasks were spawned (pushed, actually).
*/
static kmp_task_team_t *__kmp_free_task_teams = NULL; // Free list for task_team data structures
// Lock for task team data structures
static kmp_bootstrap_lock_t __kmp_task_team_lock = KMP_BOOTSTRAP_LOCK_INITIALIZER( __kmp_task_team_lock );
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_alloc_task_deque:
// Allocates a task deque for a particular thread, and initialize the necessary
// data structures relating to the deque. This only happens once per thread
// per task team since task teams are recycled.
// No lock is needed during allocation since each thread allocates its own
// deque.
static void
__kmp_alloc_task_deque( kmp_info_t *thread, kmp_thread_data_t *thread_data )
{
__kmp_init_bootstrap_lock( & thread_data -> td.td_deque_lock );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( thread_data -> td.td_deque == NULL );
// Initialize last stolen task field to "none"
thread_data -> td.td_deque_last_stolen = -1;
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( TCR_4(thread_data -> td.td_deque_ntasks) == 0 );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( thread_data -> td.td_deque_head == 0 );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( thread_data -> td.td_deque_tail == 0 );
KE_TRACE( 10, ( "__kmp_alloc_task_deque: T#%d allocating deque[%d] for thread_data %p\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ), INITIAL_TASK_DEQUE_SIZE, thread_data ) );
// Allocate space for task deque, and zero the deque
// Cannot use __kmp_thread_calloc() because threads not around for
// kmp_reap_task_team( ).
thread_data -> td.td_deque = (kmp_taskdata_t **)
__kmp_allocate( INITIAL_TASK_DEQUE_SIZE * sizeof(kmp_taskdata_t *));
thread_data -> td.td_deque_size = INITIAL_TASK_DEQUE_SIZE;
}
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_realloc_task_deque:
// Re-allocates a task deque for a particular thread, copies the content from the old deque
// and adjusts the necessary data structures relating to the deque.
// This operation must be done with a the deque_lock being held
static void __kmp_realloc_task_deque ( kmp_info_t *thread, kmp_thread_data_t *thread_data )
{
kmp_int32 size = TASK_DEQUE_SIZE(thread_data->td);
kmp_int32 new_size = 2 * size;
KE_TRACE( 10, ( "__kmp_realloc_task_deque: T#%d reallocating deque[from %d to %d] for thread_data %p\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ), size, new_size, thread_data ) );
kmp_taskdata_t ** new_deque = (kmp_taskdata_t **) __kmp_allocate( new_size * sizeof(kmp_taskdata_t *));
int i,j;
for ( i = thread_data->td.td_deque_head, j = 0; j < size; i = (i+1) & TASK_DEQUE_MASK(thread_data->td), j++ )
new_deque[j] = thread_data->td.td_deque[i];
__kmp_free(thread_data->td.td_deque);
thread_data -> td.td_deque_head = 0;
thread_data -> td.td_deque_tail = size;
thread_data -> td.td_deque = new_deque;
thread_data -> td.td_deque_size = new_size;
}
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_free_task_deque:
// Deallocates a task deque for a particular thread.
// Happens at library deallocation so don't need to reset all thread data fields.
static void
__kmp_free_task_deque( kmp_thread_data_t *thread_data )
{
__kmp_acquire_bootstrap_lock( & thread_data -> td.td_deque_lock );
if ( thread_data -> td.td_deque != NULL ) {
TCW_4(thread_data -> td.td_deque_ntasks, 0);
__kmp_free( thread_data -> td.td_deque );
thread_data -> td.td_deque = NULL;
}
__kmp_release_bootstrap_lock( & thread_data -> td.td_deque_lock );
#ifdef BUILD_TIED_TASK_STACK
// GEH: Figure out what to do here for td_susp_tied_tasks
if ( thread_data -> td.td_susp_tied_tasks.ts_entries != TASK_STACK_EMPTY ) {
__kmp_free_task_stack( __kmp_thread_from_gtid( gtid ), thread_data );
}
#endif // BUILD_TIED_TASK_STACK
}
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_realloc_task_threads_data:
// Allocates a threads_data array for a task team, either by allocating an initial
// array or enlarging an existing array. Only the first thread to get the lock
// allocs or enlarges the array and re-initializes the array eleemnts.
// That thread returns "TRUE", the rest return "FALSE".
// Assumes that the new array size is given by task_team -> tt.tt_nproc.
// The current size is given by task_team -> tt.tt_max_threads.
static int
__kmp_realloc_task_threads_data( kmp_info_t *thread, kmp_task_team_t *task_team )
{
kmp_thread_data_t ** threads_data_p;
kmp_int32 nthreads, maxthreads;
int is_init_thread = FALSE;
if ( TCR_4(task_team -> tt.tt_found_tasks) ) {
// Already reallocated and initialized.
return FALSE;
}
threads_data_p = & task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data;
nthreads = task_team -> tt.tt_nproc;
maxthreads = task_team -> tt.tt_max_threads;
// All threads must lock when they encounter the first task of the implicit task
// region to make sure threads_data fields are (re)initialized before used.
__kmp_acquire_bootstrap_lock( & task_team -> tt.tt_threads_lock );
if ( ! TCR_4(task_team -> tt.tt_found_tasks) ) {
// first thread to enable tasking
kmp_team_t *team = thread -> th.th_team;
int i;
is_init_thread = TRUE;
if ( maxthreads < nthreads ) {
if ( *threads_data_p != NULL ) {
kmp_thread_data_t *old_data = *threads_data_p;
kmp_thread_data_t *new_data = NULL;
KE_TRACE( 10, ( "__kmp_realloc_task_threads_data: T#%d reallocating "
"threads data for task_team %p, new_size = %d, old_size = %d\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ), task_team,
nthreads, maxthreads ) );
// Reallocate threads_data to have more elements than current array
// Cannot use __kmp_thread_realloc() because threads not around for
// kmp_reap_task_team( ). Note all new array entries are initialized
// to zero by __kmp_allocate().
new_data = (kmp_thread_data_t *)
__kmp_allocate( nthreads * sizeof(kmp_thread_data_t) );
// copy old data to new data
KMP_MEMCPY_S( (void *) new_data, nthreads * sizeof(kmp_thread_data_t),
(void *) old_data,
maxthreads * sizeof(kmp_taskdata_t *) );
#ifdef BUILD_TIED_TASK_STACK
// GEH: Figure out if this is the right thing to do
for (i = maxthreads; i < nthreads; i++) {
kmp_thread_data_t *thread_data = & (*threads_data_p)[i];
__kmp_init_task_stack( __kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ), thread_data );
}
#endif // BUILD_TIED_TASK_STACK
// Install the new data and free the old data
(*threads_data_p) = new_data;
__kmp_free( old_data );
}
else {
KE_TRACE( 10, ( "__kmp_realloc_task_threads_data: T#%d allocating "
"threads data for task_team %p, size = %d\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ), task_team, nthreads ) );
// Make the initial allocate for threads_data array, and zero entries
// Cannot use __kmp_thread_calloc() because threads not around for
// kmp_reap_task_team( ).
*threads_data_p = (kmp_thread_data_t *)
__kmp_allocate( nthreads * sizeof(kmp_thread_data_t) );
#ifdef BUILD_TIED_TASK_STACK
// GEH: Figure out if this is the right thing to do
for (i = 0; i < nthreads; i++) {
kmp_thread_data_t *thread_data = & (*threads_data_p)[i];
__kmp_init_task_stack( __kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ), thread_data );
}
#endif // BUILD_TIED_TASK_STACK
}
task_team -> tt.tt_max_threads = nthreads;
}
else {
// If array has (more than) enough elements, go ahead and use it
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( *threads_data_p != NULL );
}
// initialize threads_data pointers back to thread_info structures
for (i = 0; i < nthreads; i++) {
kmp_thread_data_t *thread_data = & (*threads_data_p)[i];
thread_data -> td.td_thr = team -> t.t_threads[i];
if ( thread_data -> td.td_deque_last_stolen >= nthreads) {
// The last stolen field survives across teams / barrier, and the number
// of threads may have changed. It's possible (likely?) that a new
// parallel region will exhibit the same behavior as the previous region.
thread_data -> td.td_deque_last_stolen = -1;
}
}
KMP_MB();
TCW_SYNC_4(task_team -> tt.tt_found_tasks, TRUE);
}
__kmp_release_bootstrap_lock( & task_team -> tt.tt_threads_lock );
return is_init_thread;
}
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_free_task_threads_data:
// Deallocates a threads_data array for a task team, including any attached
// tasking deques. Only occurs at library shutdown.
static void
__kmp_free_task_threads_data( kmp_task_team_t *task_team )
{
__kmp_acquire_bootstrap_lock( & task_team -> tt.tt_threads_lock );
if ( task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data != NULL ) {
int i;
for (i = 0; i < task_team->tt.tt_max_threads; i++ ) {
__kmp_free_task_deque( & task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data[i] );
}
__kmp_free( task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data );
task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data = NULL;
}
__kmp_release_bootstrap_lock( & task_team -> tt.tt_threads_lock );
}
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_allocate_task_team:
// Allocates a task team associated with a specific team, taking it from
// the global task team free list if possible. Also initializes data structures.
static kmp_task_team_t *
__kmp_allocate_task_team( kmp_info_t *thread, kmp_team_t *team )
{
kmp_task_team_t *task_team = NULL;
int nthreads;
KA_TRACE( 20, ( "__kmp_allocate_task_team: T#%d entering; team = %p\n",
(thread ? __kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ) : -1), team ) );
if (TCR_PTR(__kmp_free_task_teams) != NULL) {
// Take a task team from the task team pool
__kmp_acquire_bootstrap_lock( &__kmp_task_team_lock );
if (__kmp_free_task_teams != NULL) {
task_team = __kmp_free_task_teams;
TCW_PTR(__kmp_free_task_teams, task_team -> tt.tt_next);
task_team -> tt.tt_next = NULL;
}
__kmp_release_bootstrap_lock( &__kmp_task_team_lock );
}
if (task_team == NULL) {
KE_TRACE( 10, ( "__kmp_allocate_task_team: T#%d allocating "
"task team for team %p\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ), team ) );
// Allocate a new task team if one is not available.
// Cannot use __kmp_thread_malloc() because threads not around for
// kmp_reap_task_team( ).
task_team = (kmp_task_team_t *) __kmp_allocate( sizeof(kmp_task_team_t) );
__kmp_init_bootstrap_lock( & task_team -> tt.tt_threads_lock );
//task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data = NULL; // AC: __kmp_allocate zeroes returned memory
//task_team -> tt.tt_max_threads = 0;
//task_team -> tt.tt_next = NULL;
}
TCW_4(task_team -> tt.tt_found_tasks, FALSE);
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
TCW_4(task_team -> tt.tt_found_proxy_tasks, FALSE);
#endif
task_team -> tt.tt_nproc = nthreads = team->t.t_nproc;
TCW_4( task_team -> tt.tt_unfinished_threads, nthreads );
TCW_4( task_team -> tt.tt_active, TRUE );
KA_TRACE( 20, ( "__kmp_allocate_task_team: T#%d exiting; task_team = %p unfinished_threads init'd to %d\n",
(thread ? __kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ) : -1), task_team, task_team -> tt.tt_unfinished_threads) );
return task_team;
}
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_free_task_team:
// Frees the task team associated with a specific thread, and adds it
// to the global task team free list.
void
__kmp_free_task_team( kmp_info_t *thread, kmp_task_team_t *task_team )
{
KA_TRACE( 20, ( "__kmp_free_task_team: T#%d task_team = %p\n",
thread ? __kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ) : -1, task_team ) );
// Put task team back on free list
__kmp_acquire_bootstrap_lock( & __kmp_task_team_lock );
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( task_team -> tt.tt_next == NULL );
task_team -> tt.tt_next = __kmp_free_task_teams;
TCW_PTR(__kmp_free_task_teams, task_team);
__kmp_release_bootstrap_lock( & __kmp_task_team_lock );
}
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_reap_task_teams:
// Free all the task teams on the task team free list.
// Should only be done during library shutdown.
// Cannot do anything that needs a thread structure or gtid since they are already gone.
void
__kmp_reap_task_teams( void )
{
kmp_task_team_t *task_team;
if ( TCR_PTR(__kmp_free_task_teams) != NULL ) {
// Free all task_teams on the free list
__kmp_acquire_bootstrap_lock( &__kmp_task_team_lock );
while ( ( task_team = __kmp_free_task_teams ) != NULL ) {
__kmp_free_task_teams = task_team -> tt.tt_next;
task_team -> tt.tt_next = NULL;
// Free threads_data if necessary
if ( task_team -> tt.tt_threads_data != NULL ) {
__kmp_free_task_threads_data( task_team );
}
__kmp_free( task_team );
}
__kmp_release_bootstrap_lock( &__kmp_task_team_lock );
}
}
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_wait_to_unref_task_teams:
// Some threads could still be in the fork barrier release code, possibly
// trying to steal tasks. Wait for each thread to unreference its task team.
//
void
__kmp_wait_to_unref_task_teams(void)
{
kmp_info_t *thread;
kmp_uint32 spins;
int done;
KMP_INIT_YIELD( spins );
for (;;) {
done = TRUE;
// TODO: GEH - this may be is wrong because some sync would be necessary
// in case threads are added to the pool during the traversal.
// Need to verify that lock for thread pool is held when calling
// this routine.
for (thread = (kmp_info_t *)__kmp_thread_pool;
thread != NULL;
thread = thread->th.th_next_pool)
{
#if KMP_OS_WINDOWS
DWORD exit_val;
#endif
if ( TCR_PTR(thread->th.th_task_team) == NULL ) {
KA_TRACE( 10, ("__kmp_wait_to_unref_task_team: T#%d task_team == NULL\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ) ) );
continue;
}
#if KMP_OS_WINDOWS
// TODO: GEH - add this check for Linux* OS / OS X* as well?
if (!__kmp_is_thread_alive(thread, &exit_val)) {
thread->th.th_task_team = NULL;
continue;
}
#endif
done = FALSE; // Because th_task_team pointer is not NULL for this thread
KA_TRACE( 10, ("__kmp_wait_to_unref_task_team: Waiting for T#%d to unreference task_team\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ) ) );
if ( __kmp_dflt_blocktime != KMP_MAX_BLOCKTIME ) {
volatile void *sleep_loc;
// If the thread is sleeping, awaken it.
if ( ( sleep_loc = TCR_PTR( thread->th.th_sleep_loc) ) != NULL ) {
KA_TRACE( 10, ( "__kmp_wait_to_unref_task_team: T#%d waking up thread T#%d\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ), __kmp_gtid_from_thread( thread ) ) );
__kmp_null_resume_wrapper(__kmp_gtid_from_thread(thread), sleep_loc);
}
}
}
if (done) {
break;
}
// If we are oversubscribed,
// or have waited a bit (and library mode is throughput), yield.
// Pause is in the following code.
KMP_YIELD( TCR_4(__kmp_nth) > __kmp_avail_proc );
KMP_YIELD_SPIN( spins ); // Yields only if KMP_LIBRARY=throughput
}
}
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_task_team_setup: Create a task_team for the current team, but use
// an already created, unused one if it already exists.
void
__kmp_task_team_setup( kmp_info_t *this_thr, kmp_team_t *team, int always )
{
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( __kmp_tasking_mode != tskm_immediate_exec );
// If this task_team hasn't been created yet, allocate it. It will be used in the region after the next.
// If it exists, it is the current task team and shouldn't be touched yet as it may still be in use.
if (team->t.t_task_team[this_thr->th.th_task_state] == NULL && (always || team->t.t_nproc > 1) ) {
team->t.t_task_team[this_thr->th.th_task_state] = __kmp_allocate_task_team( this_thr, team );
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_task_team_setup: Master T#%d created new task_team %p for team %d at parity=%d\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread(this_thr), team->t.t_task_team[this_thr->th.th_task_state],
((team != NULL) ? team->t.t_id : -1), this_thr->th.th_task_state));
}
// After threads exit the release, they will call sync, and then point to this other task_team; make sure it is
// allocated and properly initialized. As threads spin in the barrier release phase, they will continue to use the
// previous task_team struct(above), until they receive the signal to stop checking for tasks (they can't safely
// reference the kmp_team_t struct, which could be reallocated by the master thread). No task teams are formed for
// serialized teams.
if (team->t.t_nproc > 1) {
int other_team = 1 - this_thr->th.th_task_state;
if (team->t.t_task_team[other_team] == NULL) { // setup other team as well
team->t.t_task_team[other_team] = __kmp_allocate_task_team( this_thr, team );
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_task_team_setup: Master T#%d created second new task_team %p for team %d at parity=%d\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( this_thr ), team->t.t_task_team[other_team],
((team != NULL) ? team->t.t_id : -1), other_team ));
}
else { // Leave the old task team struct in place for the upcoming region; adjust as needed
kmp_task_team_t *task_team = team->t.t_task_team[other_team];
if (!task_team->tt.tt_active || team->t.t_nproc != task_team->tt.tt_nproc) {
TCW_4(task_team->tt.tt_nproc, team->t.t_nproc);
TCW_4(task_team->tt.tt_found_tasks, FALSE);
#if OMP_45_ENABLED
TCW_4(task_team->tt.tt_found_proxy_tasks, FALSE);
#endif
TCW_4(task_team->tt.tt_unfinished_threads, team->t.t_nproc );
TCW_4(task_team->tt.tt_active, TRUE );
}
// if team size has changed, the first thread to enable tasking will realloc threads_data if necessary
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_task_team_setup: Master T#%d reset next task_team %p for team %d at parity=%d\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( this_thr ), team->t.t_task_team[other_team],
((team != NULL) ? team->t.t_id : -1), other_team ));
}
}
}
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_task_team_sync: Propagation of task team data from team to threads
// which happens just after the release phase of a team barrier. This may be
// called by any thread, but only for teams with # threads > 1.
void
__kmp_task_team_sync( kmp_info_t *this_thr, kmp_team_t *team )
{
KMP_DEBUG_ASSERT( __kmp_tasking_mode != tskm_immediate_exec );
// Toggle the th_task_state field, to switch which task_team this thread refers to
this_thr->th.th_task_state = 1 - this_thr->th.th_task_state;
// It is now safe to propagate the task team pointer from the team struct to the current thread.
TCW_PTR(this_thr->th.th_task_team, team->t.t_task_team[this_thr->th.th_task_state]);
KA_TRACE(20, ("__kmp_task_team_sync: Thread T#%d task team switched to task_team %p from Team #%d (parity=%d)\n",
__kmp_gtid_from_thread( this_thr ), this_thr->th.th_task_team,
((team != NULL) ? team->t.t_id : -1), this_thr->th.th_task_state));
}
//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// __kmp_task_team_wait: Master thread waits for outstanding tasks after the barrier gather
// phase. Only called by master thread if #threads in team > 1 or if proxy tasks were created.
// wait is a flag that defaults to 1 (see kmp.h), but waiting can be turned off by passing in 0
// optionally as the last argument. When wait is zero, master thread does not wait for
// unfinished_threads to reach 0.