[llvm-dev] How shall I evaluate the latency of each instruction in LLVM IR?
Finkel, Hal J. via llvm-dev
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Mon May 13 09:57:28 PDT 2019
We have an interface for estimating this, although it depends on the targets providing appropriate information through the TargetTransformInfo interface.
Call TTI->getInstructionCost with the kind parameter set to TCK_Latency.
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Argonne National Laboratory
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Subject: Re: [llvm-dev] How shall I evaluate the latency of each instruction in LLVM IR?
It sounds like you might be interested in llvm’s Machine Code Analyzer. It’s an llvm tool that can calculate reciprocal throughput by simulating an out-of-order instruction pipeline. It also provides other useful cycle information:
Your question asks about IR. llvm-mca currently only works on assembly. However, you can easily generate assembly from IR or make use of MCA as a library. I suggest just converting your IR to assembly and running that through llvm-mca.
MCA is built on LLVM instruction scheduling information which contains cycle latency information. If you’re curious of what that data looks like, outside of MCA, take a peek at the X86 instruction scheduling information located around: ‘llvm/lib/Target/X86/X86Schedule.td’
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Date: Sunday, May 12, 2019 at 6:59 PM
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Subject: [llvm-dev] How shall I evaluate the latency of each instruction in LLVM IR?
Inspired by https://www.agner.org/optimize/instruction_tables.pdf<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.agner.org_optimize_instruction-5Ftables.pdf&d=DwMFaQ&c=5VD0RTtNlTh3ycd41b3MUw&r=UilupKr8sbkenSLlythLNg&m=DWhb3uSjfkI09NsIvzdD_gqnlaI7VN0NpDYUdEvguDw&s=g7xcpplySDXjLzySPYQQjj3BbmDZdSgQtcKxwgCOh9s&e=>, which gives us the latency and reciprocal throughput of each instruction in the different architecture of X86, Is there anybody taking the effort to do a similar job for LLVM IR?
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