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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 "runtime/frame.hpp"
#include "runtime/handles.hpp"
#include "runtime/javaFrameAnchor.hpp"
#include "runtime/objectMonitor.hpp"
#include "utilities/top.hpp"

// The OSThread class holds OS-specific thread information.  It is equivalent
// to the sys_thread_t structure of the classic JVM implementation.

// The thread states represented by the ThreadState values are platform-specific
// and are likely to be only approximate, because most OSes don't give you access
// to precise thread state information.

// Note: the ThreadState is legacy code and is not correctly implemented.
// Uses of ThreadState need to be replaced by the state in the JavaThread.

enum ThreadState {
  ALLOCATED,                    // Memory has been allocated but not initialized
  INITIALIZED,                  // The thread has been initialized but yet started
  RUNNABLE,                     // Has been started and is runnable, but not necessarily running
  MONITOR_WAIT,                 // Waiting on a contended monitor lock
  CONDVAR_WAIT,                 // Waiting on a condition variable
  OBJECT_WAIT,                  // Waiting on an Object.wait() call
  BREAKPOINTED,                 // Suspended at breakpoint
  SLEEPING,                     // Thread.sleep()
  ZOMBIE                        // All done, but not reclaimed yet

// I'd make OSThread a ValueObj embedded in Thread to avoid an indirection, but
// the assembler test in java.cpp expects that it can install the OSThread of
// the main thread into its own Thread at will.

class OSThread: public CHeapObj<mtThread> {
  friend class VMStructs;
  OSThreadStartFunc _start_proc;  // Thread start routine
  void* _start_parm;              // Thread start routine parameter
  volatile ThreadState _state;    // Thread state *hint*
  volatile jint _interrupted;     // Thread.isInterrupted state

  // Note:  _interrupted must be jint, so that Java intrinsics can access it.
  // The value stored there must be either 0 or 1.  It must be possible
  // for Java to emulate Thread.currentThread().isInterrupted() by performing
  // the double indirection Thread::current()->_osthread->_interrupted.

  // Methods
  void set_state(ThreadState state)                { _state = state; }
  ThreadState get_state()                          { return _state; }

  OSThread(OSThreadStartFunc start_proc, void* start_parm);

  // Accessors
  OSThreadStartFunc start_proc() const              { return _start_proc; }
  void set_start_proc(OSThreadStartFunc start_proc) { _start_proc = start_proc; }
  void* start_parm() const                          { return _start_parm; }
  void set_start_parm(void* start_parm)             { _start_parm = start_parm; }

  volatile bool interrupted() const                 { return _interrupted != 0; }
  void set_interrupted(bool z)                      { _interrupted = z ? 1 : 0; }

  // Printing
  void print_on(outputStream* st) const;
  void print() const                                { print_on(tty); }

  // For java intrinsics:
  static ByteSize interrupted_offset()            { return byte_offset_of(OSThread, _interrupted); }

  // Platform dependent stuff
#ifdef TARGET_OS_FAMILY_linux
# include "osThread_linux.hpp"
#ifdef TARGET_OS_FAMILY_solaris
# include "osThread_solaris.hpp"
#ifdef TARGET_OS_FAMILY_windows
# include "osThread_windows.hpp"
# include "osThread_bsd.hpp"

  static ByteSize thread_id_offset()              { return byte_offset_of(OSThread, _thread_id); }
  static size_t thread_id_size()                  { return sizeof(thread_id_t); }

  thread_id_t thread_id() const                   { return _thread_id; }

  void set_thread_id(thread_id_t id)              { _thread_id = id; }

  // _thread_id is kernel thread id (similar to LWP id on Solaris). Each
  // thread has a unique thread_id (BsdThreads or NPTL). It can be used
  // to access /proc.
  thread_id_t _thread_id;

// Utility class for use with condition variables:
class OSThreadWaitState : public StackObj {
  OSThread*   _osthread;
  ThreadState _old_state;
  OSThreadWaitState(OSThread* osthread, bool is_object_wait) {
    _osthread  = osthread;
    _old_state = osthread->get_state();
    if (is_object_wait) {
    } else {
  ~OSThreadWaitState() {

// Utility class for use with contended monitors:
class OSThreadContendState : public StackObj {
  OSThread*   _osthread;
  ThreadState _old_state;
  OSThreadContendState(OSThread* osthread) {
    _osthread  = osthread;
    _old_state = osthread->get_state();
  ~OSThreadContendState() {