Re: [patch] blkparse: fix up incorrect pc write completion count

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On 5/16/11 1:23 PM, Jeff Moyer wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I noticed in some traces that I was seeing summaries like the following:
> 
> Total (sde):
>  Reads Queued:          76,      304KiB  Writes Queued:      16,384,    1,048MiB
>  Read Dispatches:       76,      304KiB  Write Dispatches:    2,210,    1,048MiB
>  Reads Requeued:         0               Writes Requeued:         0
>  Reads Completed:       76,      304KiB  Writes Completed:    2,210,    1,048MiB
>  Read Merges:            0,        0KiB  Write Merges:       14,174,  907,136KiB
>  PC Reads Queued:        0,        0KiB  PC Writes Queued:        0,        0KiB
>  PC Read Disp.:          4,        0KiB  PC Write Disp.:          0,        0KiB
>  PC Reads Req.:          0               PC Writes Req.:          0
>  PC Reads Compl.:        4               PC Writes Compl.:    2,210
>  IO unplugs:         2,124               Timer unplugs:           0
> 
> Note how there were no PC Writes dispatched, but there were 2210
> completed.  It turns out to be a minor typo in the code.  The attached
> patch fixes the reporting for me.
> 
> Cheers,
> Jeff
> 
> Signed-off-by: Jeff Moyer <jmoyer@xxxxxxxxxx>

Ping on this one?  I'd like to fix this in our package but would like to see it
upstream first.  :)

Thanks,
-Eric

> diff --git a/blkparse.c b/blkparse.c
> index 7ee9f9d..8d5746f 100644
> --- a/blkparse.c
> +++ b/blkparse.c
> @@ -1675,7 +1675,7 @@ static void dump_io_stats(struct per_dev_info *pdi, struct io_stats *ios,
>  		fprintf(ofp, " PC Reads Req.:   %s\t\t", size_cnv(x, ios->rrqueue_pc, 0));
>  		fprintf(ofp, " PC Writes Req.:   %s\n", size_cnv(x, ios->wrqueue_pc, 0));
>  		fprintf(ofp, " PC Reads Compl.: %s\t\t", size_cnv(x, ios->creads_pc, 0));
> -		fprintf(ofp, " PC Writes Compl.: %s\n", size_cnv(x, ios->cwrites, 0));
> +		fprintf(ofp, " PC Writes Compl.: %s\n", size_cnv(x, ios->cwrites_pc, 0));
>  	}
>  	fprintf(ofp, " IO unplugs:      %'8lu%8c\t", ios->io_unplugs, ' ');
>  	fprintf(ofp, " Timer unplugs:    %'8lu\n", ios->timer_unplugs);
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