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Re: [Qemu-devel] [PATCH 09/10] target/i386: optimize indirect branches w
Re: [Qemu-devel] [PATCH 09/10] target/i386: optimize indirect branches with TCG's jr op
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 13:17:47 +0800
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> Any other instructions I should look into? Perhaps lret/lret im?
Possibly (for completeness), but they are extremely rare in 32- and
You also didn't cover any of syscall/sysret and sysenter/sysexit in your
patch, which would be on a relatively slow path but not _that_ slow.
But that probably should be a separate patch, moving the env->eip
assignment from seg_helper.c to translate.c and using the resulting TCGv
as the argument for jr.
> Anyway, nbench does not improve much with the above. The reason seems to be
> that it's full of direct jumps (visible with -d in_asm). Also tried softmmu
> to see whether these jumps are in-page or not: peak improvement is ~8%, so
> I guess most of them are in-page. See http://imgur.com/EKRrYUz
> I'm running new tests on a server with no other users and which has
> frequency scaling disabled. This should help get less noisy numbers,
> since I'm having trouble replicating my own results :> (I used my desktop
> machine until now). Will post these numbers tomorrow (running overnight
> SPECint both train and set sizes).