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8196602: Change HeapRegionClosure to comply to naming conventions Reviewed-by: kbarrett, sjohanss
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date Fri, 09 Feb 2018 11:51:40 +0100
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#include "memory/allocation.hpp"

// There are three command line options related to the young gen size:
// NewSize, MaxNewSize and NewRatio (There is also -Xmn, but that is
// just a short form for NewSize==MaxNewSize). G1 will use its internal
// heuristics to calculate the actual young gen size, so these options
// basically only limit the range within which G1 can pick a young gen
// size. Also, these are general options taking byte sizes. G1 will
// internally work with a number of regions instead. So, some rounding
// will occur.
// If nothing related to the the young gen size is set on the command
// line we should allow the young gen to be between G1NewSizePercent
// and G1MaxNewSizePercent of the heap size. This means that every time
// the heap size changes, the limits for the young gen size will be
// recalculated.
// If only -XX:NewSize is set we should use the specified value as the
// minimum size for young gen. Still using G1MaxNewSizePercent of the
// heap as maximum.
// If only -XX:MaxNewSize is set we should use the specified value as the
// maximum size for young gen. Still using G1NewSizePercent of the heap
// as minimum.
// If -XX:NewSize and -XX:MaxNewSize are both specified we use these values.
// No updates when the heap size changes. There is a special case when
// NewSize==MaxNewSize. This is interpreted as "fixed" and will use a
// different heuristic for calculating the collection set when we do mixed
// collection.
// If only -XX:NewRatio is set we should use the specified ratio of the heap
// as both min and max. This will be interpreted as "fixed" just like the
// NewSize==MaxNewSize case above. But we will update the min and max
// every time the heap size changes.
// NewSize and MaxNewSize override NewRatio. So, NewRatio is ignored if it is
// combined with either NewSize or MaxNewSize. (A warning message is printed.)
class G1YoungGenSizer VALUE_OBJ_CLASS_SPEC {
  enum SizerKind {
  SizerKind _sizer_kind;
  uint _min_desired_young_length;
  uint _max_desired_young_length;

  // False when using a fixed young generation size due to command-line options,
  // true otherwise.
  bool _adaptive_size;

  uint calculate_default_min_length(uint new_number_of_heap_regions);
  uint calculate_default_max_length(uint new_number_of_heap_regions);

  // Update the given values for minimum and maximum young gen length in regions
  // given the number of heap regions depending on the kind of sizing algorithm.
  void recalculate_min_max_young_length(uint number_of_heap_regions, uint* min_young_length, uint* max_young_length);

  // Calculate the maximum length of the young gen given the number of regions
  // depending on the sizing algorithm.
  void adjust_max_new_size(uint number_of_heap_regions);

  void heap_size_changed(uint new_number_of_heap_regions);
  uint min_desired_young_length() const {
    return _min_desired_young_length;
  uint max_desired_young_length() const {
    return _max_desired_young_length;

  bool adaptive_young_list_length() const {
    return _adaptive_size;