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Merge with jdk8u66-b17
author Gilles Duboscq <>
date Thu, 07 Jan 2016 17:28:46 +0100
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#include "memory/allocation.hpp"
#include "gc_implementation/g1/ptrQueue.hpp"

class JavaThread;
class SATBMarkQueueSet;

// Base class for processing the contents of a SATB buffer.
class SATBBufferClosure : public StackObj {
  ~SATBBufferClosure() { }

  // Process the SATB entries in the designated buffer range.
  virtual void do_buffer(void** buffer, size_t size) = 0;

// A ptrQueue whose elements are "oops", pointers to object heads.
class ObjPtrQueue: public PtrQueue {
  friend class SATBMarkQueueSet;

  // Filter out unwanted entries from the buffer.
  void filter();

  ObjPtrQueue(PtrQueueSet* qset, bool perm = false) :
    // SATB queues are only active during marking cycles. We create
    // them with their active field set to false. If a thread is
    // created during a cycle and its SATB queue needs to be activated
    // before the thread starts running, we'll need to set its active
    // field to true. This is done in JavaThread::initialize_queues().
    PtrQueue(qset, perm, false /* active */) { }

  // Process queue entries and free resources.
  void flush();

  // Apply cl to the active part of the buffer.
  // Prerequisite: Must be at a safepoint.
  void apply_closure_and_empty(SATBBufferClosure* cl);

  // Overrides PtrQueue::should_enqueue_buffer(). See the method's
  // definition for more information.
  virtual bool should_enqueue_buffer();

#ifndef PRODUCT
  // Helpful for debugging
  void print(const char* name);
  static void print(const char* name, void** buf, size_t index, size_t sz);
#endif // PRODUCT

class SATBMarkQueueSet: public PtrQueueSet {
  ObjPtrQueue _shared_satb_queue;

#ifdef ASSERT
  void dump_active_states(bool expected_active);
  void verify_active_states(bool expected_active);
#endif // ASSERT


  void initialize(Monitor* cbl_mon, Mutex* fl_lock,
                  int process_completed_threshold,
                  Mutex* lock);

  static void handle_zero_index_for_thread(JavaThread* t);

  // Apply "set_active(active)" to all SATB queues in the set. It should be
  // called only with the world stopped. The method will assert that the
  // SATB queues of all threads it visits, as well as the SATB queue
  // set itself, has an active value same as expected_active.
  void set_active_all_threads(bool active, bool expected_active);

  // Filter all the currently-active SATB buffers.
  void filter_thread_buffers();

  // If there exists some completed buffer, pop and process it, and
  // return true.  Otherwise return false.  Processing a buffer
  // consists of applying the closure to the buffer range starting
  // with the first non-NULL entry to the end of the buffer; the
  // leading entries may be NULL due to filtering.
  bool apply_closure_to_completed_buffer(SATBBufferClosure* cl);

#ifndef PRODUCT
  // Helpful for debugging
  void print_all(const char* msg);
#endif // PRODUCT

  ObjPtrQueue* shared_satb_queue() { return &_shared_satb_queue; }

  // If a marking is being abandoned, reset any unprocessed log buffers.
  void abandon_partial_marking();