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8216167: Update include guards to reflect correct directories Summary: Use script and some manual fixup to fix directores names in include guards. Reviewed-by: lfoltan, eosterlund, kbarrett
author coleenp
date Thu, 10 Jan 2019 15:13:51 -0500
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#include "precompiled.hpp"
#include "jvm.h"
#include "runtime/interfaceSupport.inline.hpp"
#include "runtime/osThread.hpp"

#include <signal.h>

// jdk.internal.misc.Signal ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Signal code is mostly copied from classic vm, signals_md.c   1.4 98/08/23
 * This function is included primarily as a debugging aid. If Java is
 * running in a console window, then pressing <CTRL-\\> will cause
 * the current state of all active threads and monitors to be written
 * to the console window.

JVM_ENTRY_NO_ENV(void*, JVM_RegisterSignal(jint sig, void* handler))
  // Copied from classic vm
  // signals_md.c       1.4 98/08/23
  void* newHandler = handler == (void *)2
                   ? os::user_handler()
                   : handler;
  switch (sig) {
    /* The following are already used by the VM. */
    case SIGFPE:
    case SIGILL:
    case SIGSEGV:

#if defined(__APPLE__)
    /* On Darwin, memory access errors commonly results in SIGBUS instead
     * of SIGSEGV. */
    case SIGBUS:

    /* The following signal is used by the VM to dump thread stacks unless
       ReduceSignalUsage is set, in which case the user is allowed to set
       his own _native_ handler for this signal; thus, in either case,
       we do not allow JVM_RegisterSignal to change the handler. */
    case BREAK_SIGNAL:
      return (void *)-1;

    /* The following signals are used for Shutdown Hooks support. However, if
       ReduceSignalUsage (-Xrs) is set, Shutdown Hooks must be invoked via
       System.exit(), Java is not allowed to use these signals, and the the
       user is allowed to set his own _native_ handler for these signals and
       invoke System.exit() as needed. Terminator.setup() is avoiding
       registration of these signals when -Xrs is present.
       - If the HUP signal is ignored (from the nohup) command, then Java
         is not allowed to use this signal.

      if (ReduceSignalUsage) return (void*)-1;
      if (os::Posix::is_sig_ignored(sig)) return (void*)1;

  void* oldHandler = os::signal(sig, newHandler);
  if (oldHandler == os::user_handler()) {
      return (void *)2;
  } else {
      return oldHandler;

JVM_ENTRY_NO_ENV(jboolean, JVM_RaiseSignal(jint sig))
  if (ReduceSignalUsage) {
    // BREAK_SIGNAL to be raised when ReduceSignalUsage is set, since
    // no handler for them is actually registered in JVM or via
    // JVM_RegisterSignal.
    if (sig == SHUTDOWN1_SIGNAL || sig == SHUTDOWN2_SIGNAL ||
        sig == SHUTDOWN3_SIGNAL || sig == BREAK_SIGNAL) {
      return JNI_FALSE;
  else if ((sig == SHUTDOWN1_SIGNAL || sig == SHUTDOWN2_SIGNAL ||
            sig == SHUTDOWN3_SIGNAL) && os::Posix::is_sig_ignored(sig)) {
    // do not allow SHUTDOWN1_SIGNAL to be raised when SHUTDOWN1_SIGNAL
    // is ignored, since no handler for them is actually registered in JVM
    // or via JVM_RegisterSignal.
    // This also applies for SHUTDOWN2_SIGNAL and SHUTDOWN3_SIGNAL
    return JNI_FALSE;

  return JNI_TRUE;