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8201542: Remove unused _gc_timer field in GCMemoryManager Summary: Minor cleanup to remove unused field Reviewed-by: shade, minqi
author zgu
date Tue, 01 May 2018 07:40:41 -0400
parents 8237a91c1cca
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#include "gc/shared/gcCause.hpp"
#include "memory/allocation.hpp"
#include "oops/oop.hpp"
#include "oops/oopsHierarchy.hpp"
#include "runtime/handles.hpp"
#include "runtime/timer.hpp"
#include "services/memoryUsage.hpp"

// A memory manager is responsible for managing one or more memory pools.
// The garbage collector is one type of memory managers responsible
// for reclaiming memory occupied by unreachable objects.  A Java virtual
// machine may have one or more memory managers.   It may
// add or remove memory managers during execution.
// A memory pool can be managed by more than one memory managers.

class MemoryPool;
class GCMemoryManager;
class OopClosure;

class MemoryManager : public CHeapObj<mtInternal> {
  enum {
    max_num_pools = 10

  MemoryPool* _pools[max_num_pools];
  int         _num_pools;

  const char* _name;

  volatile instanceOop _memory_mgr_obj;

  MemoryManager(const char* name);

  int num_memory_pools() const           { return _num_pools; }
  MemoryPool* get_memory_pool(int index) {
    assert(index >= 0 && index < _num_pools, "Invalid index");
    return _pools[index];

  void add_pool(MemoryPool* pool);

  bool is_manager(instanceHandle mh)     { return oopDesc::equals(mh(), _memory_mgr_obj); }

  virtual instanceOop get_memory_manager_instance(TRAPS);
  virtual bool is_gc_memory_manager()    { return false; }

  const char* name() const { return _name; }

  // GC support
  void oops_do(OopClosure* f);

  // Static factory methods to get a memory manager of a specific type
  static MemoryManager*   get_code_cache_memory_manager();
  static MemoryManager*   get_metaspace_memory_manager();

class GCStatInfo : public ResourceObj {
  size_t _index;
  jlong  _start_time;
  jlong  _end_time;

  // We keep memory usage of all memory pools
  MemoryUsage* _before_gc_usage_array;
  MemoryUsage* _after_gc_usage_array;
  int          _usage_array_size;

  void set_gc_usage(int pool_index, MemoryUsage, bool before_gc);

  GCStatInfo(int num_pools);

  size_t gc_index()               { return _index; }
  jlong  start_time()             { return _start_time; }
  jlong  end_time()               { return _end_time; }
  int    usage_array_size()       { return _usage_array_size; }
  MemoryUsage before_gc_usage_for_pool(int pool_index) {
    assert(pool_index >= 0 && pool_index < _usage_array_size, "Range checking");
    return _before_gc_usage_array[pool_index];
  MemoryUsage after_gc_usage_for_pool(int pool_index) {
    assert(pool_index >= 0 && pool_index < _usage_array_size, "Range checking");
    return _after_gc_usage_array[pool_index];

  MemoryUsage* before_gc_usage_array() { return _before_gc_usage_array; }
  MemoryUsage* after_gc_usage_array()  { return _after_gc_usage_array; }

  void set_index(size_t index)    { _index = index; }
  void set_start_time(jlong time) { _start_time = time; }
  void set_end_time(jlong time)   { _end_time = time; }
  void set_before_gc_usage(int pool_index, MemoryUsage usage) {
    assert(pool_index >= 0 && pool_index < _usage_array_size, "Range checking");
    set_gc_usage(pool_index, usage, true /* before gc */);
  void set_after_gc_usage(int pool_index, MemoryUsage usage) {
    assert(pool_index >= 0 && pool_index < _usage_array_size, "Range checking");
    set_gc_usage(pool_index, usage, false /* after gc */);

  void clear();

class GCMemoryManager : public MemoryManager {
  // TODO: We should unify the GCCounter and GCMemoryManager statistic
  size_t       _num_collections;
  elapsedTimer _accumulated_timer;
  GCStatInfo*  _last_gc_stat;
  Mutex*       _last_gc_lock;
  GCStatInfo*  _current_gc_stat;
  int          _num_gc_threads;
  volatile bool _notification_enabled;
  const char* _gc_end_message;
  GCMemoryManager(const char* name, const char* gc_end_message);

  void   initialize_gc_stat_info();

  bool   is_gc_memory_manager()         { return true; }
  jlong  gc_time_ms()                   { return _accumulated_timer.milliseconds(); }
  size_t gc_count()                     { return _num_collections; }
  int    num_gc_threads()               { return _num_gc_threads; }
  void   set_num_gc_threads(int count)  { _num_gc_threads = count; }

  void   gc_begin(bool recordGCBeginTime, bool recordPreGCUsage,
                  bool recordAccumulatedGCTime);
  void   gc_end(bool recordPostGCUsage, bool recordAccumulatedGCTime,
                bool recordGCEndTime, bool countCollection, GCCause::Cause cause);

  void        reset_gc_stat()   { _num_collections = 0; _accumulated_timer.reset(); }

  // Copy out _last_gc_stat to the given destination, returning
  // the collection count. Zero signifies no gc has taken place.
  size_t get_last_gc_stat(GCStatInfo* dest);

  void set_notification_enabled(bool enabled) { _notification_enabled = enabled; }
  bool is_notification_enabled() { return _notification_enabled; }