[v2,08/12] trace-cruncher: Adapt page_faults.py to use the new module
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Message ID 20200107170312.27116-9-y.karadz@gmail.com
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Yordan Karadzhov (VMware) Jan. 7, 2020, 5:03 p.m. UTC
The patch contains some debugging as well.

Signed-off-by: Yordan Karadzhov (VMware) <y.karadz@gmail.com>
---
 examples/page_faults.py | 64 ++++++++++++++++++-----------------------
 1 file changed, 28 insertions(+), 36 deletions(-)

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diff --git a/examples/page_faults.py b/examples/page_faults.py
index 446b12d..e0ce4e2 100755
--- a/examples/page_faults.py
+++ b/examples/page_faults.py
@@ -9,20 +9,14 @@  Copyright 2019 VMware Inc, Yordan Karadzhov <ykaradzhov@vmware.com>
 import os
 import sys
 import subprocess as sp
-import json
-
 import pprint as pr
-import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
-import scipy.stats as st
-import numpy as np
 from collections import Counter
 from tabulate import tabulate
 
-from ksharksetup import setup
-# Always call setup() before importing ksharkpy!!!
-setup()
-
-import ksharkpy as ks
+from tracecruncher import datawrapper as dw
+from tracecruncher import ksharkpy as ks
+from tracecruncher import ftracepy as ft
+import tracecruncher.utils as tc
 
 def gdb_decode_address(obj_file, obj_address):
     """ Use gdb to examine the contents of the memory at this
@@ -33,7 +27,7 @@  def gdb_decode_address(obj_file, obj_address):
                      '-ex',
                      'x/i ' + str(obj_address),
                      obj_file],
-                    stdout=sp.PIPE)
+                     stdout=sp.PIPE)
 
     symbol = result.stdout.decode("utf-8").splitlines()
 
@@ -49,35 +43,35 @@  def gdb_decode_address(obj_file, obj_address):
 # Get the name of the tracing data file.
 fname = str(sys.argv[1])
 
-ks.open_file(fname)
+ks.open(fname)
 ks.register_plugin('reg_pid')
 
-data = ks.load_data()
+data = dw.load()
 tasks = ks.get_tasks()
 #pr.pprint(tasks)
 
 # Get the Event Ids of the page_fault_user or page_fault_kernel events.
-pf_eid = ks.event_id('exceptions', 'page_fault_user')
+pf_eid = ft.event_id('exceptions', 'page_fault_user')
 
 # Gey the size of the data.
-d_size = ks.data_size(data)
+d_size = tc.size(data)
 
 # Get the name of the user program.
 prog_name = str(sys.argv[2])
 
 table_headers = ['N p.f.', 'function', 'value', 'obj. file']
-table_list = []
 
 # Loop over all tasks associated with the user program.
 for j in range(len(tasks[prog_name])):
+    table_list = []
     count = Counter()
     task_pid = tasks[prog_name][j]
     for i in range(0, d_size):
         if data['event'][i] == pf_eid and data['pid'][i] == task_pid:
-            address = ks.read_event_field(offset=data['offset'][i],
+            address = ft.read_event_field(offset=data['offset'][i],
                                           event_id=pf_eid,
                                           field='address')
-            ip = ks.read_event_field(offset=data['offset'][i],
+            ip = ft.read_event_field(offset=data['offset'][i],
                                      event_id=pf_eid,
                                      field='ip')
             count[ip] += 1
@@ -92,29 +86,27 @@  for j in range(len(tasks[prog_name])):
     if i_max > len(pf_list):
         i_max = len(pf_list)
 
+    #print(pf_list[:25])
     for i in range(0, i_max):
-        func = ks.get_function(pf_list[i][0])
-        func_info = [func]
-        if func.startswith('0x'):
-            # The name of the function cannot be determined. We have an
-            # instruction pointer instead. Most probably this is a user-space
-            # function.
-            address = int(func, 0)
-            instruction = ks.map_instruction_address(task_pid, address)
-
-            if instruction['obj_file'] != 'UNKNOWN':
+        func_info = []
+        address = int(pf_list[i][0])
+        func = ft.get_function(address)
+        if not func :
+            # The name of the function cannot be determined. Most probably
+            # this is a user-space function.
+            instruction = ft.map_instruction_address(pid=task_pid,
+                                                     proc_addr=address)
+            if instruction:
                 func_info = gdb_decode_address(instruction['obj_file'],
                                                instruction['address'])
             else:
-                func_info += ['', instruction['obj_file']]
-
-        else:
-            func_info = [func]
+                func_info = ['addr: ' + hex(address), 'UNKNOWN']
 
         table_list.append([pf_list[i][1]] + func_info)
 
-ks.close()
+    print('\n{}-{}\n'.format(prog_name, task_pid),
+          tabulate(table_list,
+                   headers=table_headers,
+                   tablefmt='simple'))
 
-print("\n", tabulate(table_list,
-                     headers=table_headers,
-                     tablefmt='simple'))
+ks.close()