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8023730: new hotspot build - hs24-b57 Reviewed-by: jcoomes
author amurillo
date Mon, 26 Aug 2013 12:06:09 -0700
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#include "precompiled.hpp"
#include "memory/resourceArea.hpp"
#include "runtime/icache.hpp"

// The flush stub function address
AbstractICache::flush_icache_stub_t AbstractICache::_flush_icache_stub = NULL;

void AbstractICache::initialize() {
  // Making this stub must be FIRST use of assembler
  ResourceMark rm;

  BufferBlob* b = BufferBlob::create("flush_icache_stub", ICache::stub_size);
  CodeBuffer c(b);

  ICacheStubGenerator g(&c);

  // The first use of flush_icache_stub must apply it to itself.
  // The StubCodeMark destructor in generate_icache_flush will
  // call Assembler::flush, which in turn will call invalidate_range,
  // which will in turn call the flush stub.  Thus we don't need an
  // explicit call to invalidate_range here.  This assumption is
  // checked in invalidate_range.

void AbstractICache::call_flush_stub(address start, int lines) {
  // The business with the magic number is just a little security.
  // We cannot call the flush stub when generating the flush stub
  // because it isn't there yet.  So, the stub also returns its third
  // parameter.  This is a cheap check that the stub was really executed.
  static int magic = 0xbaadbabe;

  int auto_magic = magic; // Make a local copy to avoid race condition
  int r = (*_flush_icache_stub)(start, lines, auto_magic);
  guarantee(r == auto_magic, "flush stub routine did not execute");

void AbstractICache::invalidate_word(address addr) {
  // Because this is called for instruction patching on the fly, long after
  // bootstrapping, we execute the stub directly.  Account for a 4-byte word
  // spanning two cache lines by computing a start line address by rounding
  // addr down to a line_size boundary, and an end line address by adding
  // the word size - 1 and rounding the result down to a line_size boundary.
  // If we just added word size, we'd mistakenly flush the next cache line
  // if the word to be flushed started in the last 4 bytes of the line.
  // Doing that would segv if the next line weren't mapped.

  const int word_size_in_bytes = 4; // Always, regardless of platform

  intptr_t start_line = ((intptr_t)addr + 0) & ~(ICache::line_size - 1);
  intptr_t end_line   = ((intptr_t)addr + word_size_in_bytes - 1)
                                             & ~(ICache::line_size - 1);
  (*_flush_icache_stub)((address)start_line, start_line == end_line ? 1 : 2, 0);

void AbstractICache::invalidate_range(address start, int nbytes) {
  static bool firstTime = true;
  if (firstTime) {
    guarantee(start == CAST_FROM_FN_PTR(address, _flush_icache_stub),
              "first flush should be for flush stub");
    firstTime = false;
  if (nbytes == 0) {
  // Align start address to an icache line boundary and transform
  // nbytes to an icache line count.
  const uint line_offset = mask_address_bits(start, ICache::line_size-1);
  if (line_offset != 0) {
    start -= line_offset;
    nbytes += line_offset;
  call_flush_stub(start, round_to(nbytes, ICache::line_size) >>

// For init.cpp
void icache_init() {