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6743526: (bf) -XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=<size> limits memory usage rather than total capacity as intended Reviewed-by: chegar
author alanb
date Fri, 15 Oct 2010 15:09:37 +0100
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#!/bin/sh

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# @test
# @bug 4627316 6743526
# @summary Test option to limit direct memory allocation
#
# @build LimitDirectMemory
# @run shell LimitDirectMemory.sh

# set platform-dependent variable
OS=`uname -s`
case "$OS" in
  SunOS | Linux ) TMP=/tmp ;;
  Windows* ) TMP="c:/temp" ;;
  * )
    echo "Unrecognized system!"
    exit 1;
    ;;
esac

TMP1=${TMP}/tmp1_$$

runTest() {
  echo "Testing: $*"
  ${TESTJAVA}/bin/java $*
  if [ $? -eq 0 ]
  then echo "--- passed as expected"
  else
    echo "--- failed"
    exit 1
  fi
}

launchFail() {
  echo "Testing: -XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=$* -cp ${TESTCLASSES} \
     LimitDirectMemory true DEFAULT DEFAULT+1M"
  ${TESTJAVA}/bin/java -XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=$* -cp ${TESTCLASSES} \
     LimitDirectMemory true DEFAULT DEFAULT+1M > ${TMP1} 2>&1
  cat ${TMP1}
  cat ${TMP1} | grep -s "Unrecognized VM option: \'MaxDirectMemorySize="
  if [ $? -ne 0 ]
    then echo "--- failed as expected"
  else
    echo "--- failed"
    exit 1
  fi
}

# $java LimitDirectMemory throwp fill_direct_memory size_per_buffer

# Memory is properly limited using multiple buffers.
runTest -XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=10 -cp ${TESTCLASSES} LimitDirectMemory true 10 1
runTest -XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=1k -cp ${TESTCLASSES} LimitDirectMemory true 1k 100
runTest -XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=10m -cp ${TESTCLASSES} LimitDirectMemory true 10m 10m

# We can increase the amount of available memory.
runTest -XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=65M -cp ${TESTCLASSES} \
  LimitDirectMemory false 64M 65M

# Exactly the default amount of memory is available.
runTest -cp ${TESTCLASSES} LimitDirectMemory false 10 1
runTest -cp ${TESTCLASSES} LimitDirectMemory false 0 DEFAULT
runTest -cp ${TESTCLASSES} LimitDirectMemory true 0 DEFAULT+1

# We should be able to eliminate direct memory allocation entirely.
runTest -XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=0 -cp ${TESTCLASSES} LimitDirectMemory true 0 1

# Setting the system property should not work so we should be able to allocate
# the default amount.
runTest -Dsun.nio.MaxDirectMemorySize=1K -cp ${TESTCLASSES} \
  LimitDirectMemory false DEFAULT-1 DEFAULT/2

# Various bad values fail to launch the VM.
launchFail foo
launchFail 10kmt
launchFail -1