[LLVMdev] Does Mips resolve hazard in pre-ra-sched or post-ra-sched?
navy.xliu at gmail.com
Thu Sep 19 19:50:41 PDT 2013
Thanks you for response.
I understand Post-RA schedule make uses of scoreboardHazardRecognizer. But
I found mips codes are good enough by default. basically, I can not easily
eyeball any bubbles.
I don't understand how they can do that without post-RA-sched.
pre-ra-scheduler eg. (SelectionDAG/ScheduleDAGRRList.cpp) has little
information and they can only schedule node in topology order. It assumes
any SU is one cycle delay. I don't think pre-ra-sched consider any
On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 5:39 AM, Akira Hatanaka <ahatanak at gmail.com> wrote:
> Mips invokes the post-RA scheduler only when OptLevel > Aggressive, so you
> will have to compile with -O3.
> You can also invoke the MI (pre-RA) scheduler with llc option
> "-enable-misched". As you have pointed out, the post-isel scheduler is
> mandatory, and therefore you don't have to give any command line options.
> Currently, mips has only one generic scheduling itinerary model in
> MipsSchedule.td that is not tailored to any specific core, so you might
> have to tweak it to have the scheduler generate efficient code for your
> On Wed, Sep 18, 2013 at 7:41 PM, Liu Xin <navy.xliu at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi, LLVM,
>> I found LLVM codegen has 3 passes for instruction scheduling:
>> 1) pre-ra sched
>> 2) post-ra sched
>> 3) mi sched.
>> for RISC machines, there are data hazard cases appear only after Register
>> Allocation(RA). for example, $t0 is used immediately after writing(RAW):
>> ld $t0, MEM
>> add $t2, $t0, $0
>> There may be one or more stall in pipeline. Instruction scheduler can
>> detect this kinds of conflict and insert other instructions to avoid
>> pipeline bubble. I think this work only can be done after RA. If so,
>> what's the purpose for 1). I found 1) is mandatory and 2/3) are optional.
>> Further, at least one target enable pre-RA-sched with harzardRecognizer.
>> Does it really work out? you can resolve data hazard using pre-RA-sched
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