[llvm] r259736 - [SCEV] Try to reuse existing value during SCEV expansion
Sanjoy Das via llvm-commits
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Thu Feb 4 09:06:09 PST 2016
Tobias Grosser via llvm-commits wrote:
> On 02/04/2016 02:27 AM, Wei Mi via llvm-commits wrote:
>> Author: wmi
>> Date: Wed Feb 3 19:27:38 2016
>> New Revision: 259736
>> URL: http://llvm.org/viewvc/llvm-project?rev=259736&view=rev
>> [SCEV] Try to reuse existing value during SCEV expansion
>> Current SCEV expansion will expand SCEV as a sequence of operations
>> and doesn't utilize the value already existed. This will introduce
>> redundent computation which may not be cleaned up throughly by
>> following optimizations.
>> This patch introduces an ExprValueMap which is a map from SCEV to the
>> set of equal values with the same SCEV. When a SCEV is expanded, the
>> set of values is checked and reused whenever possible before generating
>> a sequence of operations.
>> The original commit triggered regressions in Polly tests. The regressions
>> exposed two problems which have been fixed in current version.
>> 1. Polly will generate a new function based on the old one. To generate an
>> instruction for the new function, it builds SCEV for the old instruction,
>> applies some tranformation on the SCEV generated, then expands the transformed
>> SCEV and insert the expanded value into new function. Because SCEV expansion
>> may reuse value cached in ExprValueMap, the value in old function may be
>> inserted into new function, which is wrong.
>> In SCEVExpander::expand, there is a logic to check the cached value to
>> be used should dominate the insertion point. However, for the above
>> case, the check always passes. That is because the insertion point is
>> in a new function, which is unreachable from the old function. However
>> for unreachable node, DominatorTreeBase::dominates thinks it will be
>> dominated by any other node.
>> The fix is to simply add a check that the cached value to be used in
>> expansion should be in the same function as the insertion point instruction.
>> 2. When the SCEV is of scConstant type, expanding it directly is cheaper than
>> reusing a normal value cached. Although in the cached value set in ExprValueMap,
>> there is a Constant type value, but it is not easy to find it out -- the cached
>> Value set is not sorted according to the potential cost. Existing reuse logic
>> in SCEVExpander::expand simply chooses the first legal element from the cached
>> value set.
>> The fix is that when the SCEV is of scConstant type, don't try the reuse
>> logic. simply expand it.
> This unfortunately breaks -indvars (visible in our LNT servers):
I think along with "SE.DT.dominates(cast<Instruction>(Ent), InsertPt)", you also need to check that using Ent at
InsertPt won't break LCSSA (i.e. Ent is not defined in an inner or a sibling loop than InsertPt).
> opt: lib/Transforms/Scalar/IndVarSimplify.cpp:544: void (anonymous
> namespace)::IndVarSimplify::rewriteLoopExitValues(llvm::Loop *, llvm::SCEVExpander &): Assertion
> `L->isRecursivelyLCSSAForm(*DT) && "Indvars did not preserve LCSSA!"' failed.
> #0 0x00007f0884d907c8 llvm::sys::PrintStackTrace(llvm::raw_ostream&) (bin/../lib/libLLVMSupport.so+0xcc7c8)
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