[llvm-dev] Problem ScheduleDAG on PowerPC, X86 works fine.

Amaury SECHET via llvm-dev llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Wed Feb 8 16:28:54 PST 2017

Well I don't think this would break most backend. The opcode is generate
only if the backend allows so to boot, so many backend actually do not use
it at all.

Anyway, changing these opcode is kind of much broader scope than what I
anticipated, but I maybe can make it work. What do you think would be an
appropriate type for the carry instead of glue ?

2017-02-08 21:19 GMT+01:00 James Y Knight <jyknight at google.com>:

> I don't think that'd work, because it leaves all other backends broken.
> AFAICT, your transform is simply not a legal transform, with the way the
> ADDC/ADDE opcodes are currently defined, and to do it you really need to
> fix the opcode definitions to not involve glue, first.
> I also note that your transform doesn't actually trigger at all on this
> particular test case on x86, because the dag ends up looking like (uaddo X,
> (adde Y, 0, Carry)), which the transform doesn't match. That is not really
> relevant to the issue here, because the x86 backend does work even if the
> transform gets triggered (replacing the final store with "store i64 %add37,
> i64* %r, align 8" will make this happen)
> On Tue, Feb 7, 2017 at 5:44 PM, Amaury SECHET <deadalnix at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Making this a value instead of a glue looks like a good longer term
>> solution, but it doesn't quite cut it as a short term one. It would require
>> to change a fair amount of code in the DAG stack, plus in each backend.
>> @James,
>> do you think doing something similar to what the X86 backend does in the
>> PowerPC one would cut it ?
>> 2017-02-07 22:51 GMT+01:00 Nemanja Ivanovic <nemanja.i.ibm at gmail.com>:
>>> Would it not make sense to refactor the code so those don't use glue
>>> rather than emitting them with glue and then getting rid of it. There are
>>> times when we would like to emit these in separate blocks but can't
>>> (presumably because of the glue).
>>> On Tue, Feb 7, 2017 at 9:15 PM, James Y Knight via llvm-dev <
>>> llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
>>>> That's seems really odd that ADDC/ADDE uses glue there, instead of a
>>>> plain value.
>>>> The x86 backend has code that converts the glue into a value, which is
>>>> why it wasn't affected.... (LowerADDC_ADDE_SUBC_SUBE).
>>>> On Tue, Feb 7, 2017 at 2:48 PM, Amaury SECHET via llvm-dev <
>>>> llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
>>>>> Long story short: https://llvm.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=31890
>>>>> The backend fails to schedule a given DAG, the reason being that there
>>>>> is an instruction and it glue that needs to be broken apart as they can't
>>>>> be scheduled consecutively. See attached file for a picture of the DAG.
>>>>> Not sure what's the best course of action is, and not sure why this
>>>>> isn't a problem for the X86 backend either. I'm looking for advice on the
>>>>> best course of actions. As I see it, the option are:
>>>>> 1/ add extra logic in the DAGCombiner to make sure this doesn't
>>>>> happen. I don't see a way this could be done cheaply and overall I don't
>>>>> think this is the best option/
>>>>> 2/ Have the ScheduleDAG machinery detect this case and break up the
>>>>> glue, for instance via breaking up (adde X, Y, Carry) into (add (add X, Y)n
>>>>> (adde 0, 0, Carry)) or something alike when the situation present itself.
>>>>> 3/ Do whatever the X86 backend does, which I'm not sure what it is.
>>>>> Advice ?
>>>>> Thanks in advance,
>>>>> Amaury SECHET
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