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8202014: Possible to receive signal before signal semaphore created Summary: initialize jdk.internal.misc.Signal in os_init2 and rename initialization functions. Reviewed-by: dholmes, stuefe
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// Encapsulates the libodm library and provides more convenient interfaces.


#include <odmi.h>

// The purpose of this code is to dynamically load the libodm library
// instead of statically linking against it. The library is AIX-specific.
// It only exists on AIX, not on PASE. In order to share binaries
// between AIX and PASE, we can't directly link against it.

typedef int          (*fun_odm_initialize )(void);
typedef char*        (*fun_odm_set_path   )(char*);
typedef CLASS_SYMBOL (*fun_odm_mount_class)(char*);
typedef void*        (*fun_odm_get_obj    )(CLASS_SYMBOL, char*, void*, int);
typedef int          (*fun_odm_terminate  )(void);

class dynamicOdm {
  void *_libhandle;
  fun_odm_initialize  _odm_initialize;
  fun_odm_set_path    _odm_set_path;
  fun_odm_mount_class _odm_mount_class;
  fun_odm_get_obj     _odm_get_obj;
  fun_odm_terminate   _odm_terminate;
  bool odm_loaded() {return _libhandle != NULL; }

// We provide a more convenient interface for odm access and
// especially to determine the exact AIX kernel version.

class odmWrapper : private dynamicOdm {
  CLASS_SYMBOL _odm_class;
  char *_data;
  bool _initialized;
  void clean_data();

  // Make sure everything gets initialized and cleaned up properly.
  explicit odmWrapper(char* odm_class_name, char* odm_path = NULL) : _odm_class((CLASS_SYMBOL)-1),
                                                                     _data(NULL), _initialized(false) {
    if (!odm_loaded()) { return; }
    _initialized = ((*_odm_initialize)() != -1);
    if (_initialized) {
      if (odm_path) { (*_odm_set_path)(odm_path); }
      _odm_class = (*_odm_mount_class)(odm_class_name);
  ~odmWrapper() {
    if (_initialized) { (*_odm_terminate)(); clean_data(); }

  CLASS_SYMBOL odm_class() { return _odm_class; }
  bool has_class() { return odm_class() != (CLASS_SYMBOL)-1; }
  int class_offset(char *field, bool is_aix_5);
  char* data() { return _data; }

  char* retrieve_obj(char* name = NULL) {
    char *cnp = (char*)(void*)(*_odm_get_obj)(odm_class(), name, NULL, (name == NULL) ? ODM_NEXT : ODM_FIRST);
    if (cnp != (char*)-1) { _data = cnp; }
    return data();

  int read_short(int offs) {
    short *addr = (short*)(data() + offs);
    return *addr;

  // Determine the exact AIX kernel version as 4 byte value.
  // The high order 2 bytes must be initialized already. They can be determined by uname.
  static void determine_os_kernel_version(uint32_t* p_ver);