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8205993: ZGC: Fix typos and incorrect indentations Reviewed-by: stefank
author pliden
date Thu, 28 Jun 2018 12:14:37 +0200
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#include "precompiled.hpp"
#include "gc/z/zTask.hpp"
#include "gc/z/zWorkers.inline.hpp"
#include "runtime/os.hpp"
#include "runtime/mutexLocker.hpp"
#include "runtime/safepoint.hpp"

uint ZWorkers::calculate_ncpus(double share_in_percent) {
  return ceil(os::initial_active_processor_count() * share_in_percent / 100.0);

uint ZWorkers::calculate_nparallel() {
  // Use 60% of the CPUs, rounded up. We would like to use as many threads as
  // possible to increase parallelism. However, using a thread count that is
  // close to the number of processors tends to lead to over-provisioning and
  // scheduling latency issues. Using 60% of the active processors appears to
  // be a fairly good balance.
  return calculate_ncpus(60.0);

uint ZWorkers::calculate_nconcurrent() {
  // Use 12.5% of the CPUs, rounded up. The number of concurrent threads we
  // would like to use heavily depends on the type of workload we are running.
  // Using too many threads will have a negative impact on the application
  // throughput, while using too few threads will prolong the GC-cycle and
  // we then risk being out-run by the application. Using 12.5% of the active
  // processors appears to be a fairly good balance.
  return calculate_ncpus(12.5);

class ZWorkersWarmupTask : public ZTask {
  const uint _nworkers;
  uint       _started;
  Monitor    _monitor;

  ZWorkersWarmupTask(uint nworkers) :
      _monitor(Monitor::leaf, "ZWorkersWarmup", false, Monitor::_safepoint_check_never) {}

  virtual void work() {
    // Wait for all threads to start
    MonitorLockerEx ml(&_monitor, Monitor::_no_safepoint_check_flag);
    if (++_started == _nworkers) {
      // All threads started
    } else {
      while (_started != _nworkers) {

ZWorkers::ZWorkers() :
             true /* are_GC_task_threads */,
             true /* are_ConcurrentGC_threads */) {

  log_info(gc, init)("Workers: %u parallel, %u concurrent", nparallel(), nconcurrent());

  // Initialize worker threads
  if (_workers.active_workers() != nworkers()) {
    vm_exit_during_initialization("Failed to create ZWorkers");

  // Warm up worker threads by having them execute a dummy task.
  // This helps reduce latency in early GC pauses, which otherwise
  // would have to take on any warmup costs.
  ZWorkersWarmupTask task(nworkers());
  run(&task, nworkers());

void ZWorkers::set_boost(bool boost) {
  if (boost) {
    log_debug(gc)("Boosting workers");

  _boost = boost;

void ZWorkers::run(ZTask* task, uint nworkers) {
  log_debug(gc, task)("Executing Task: %s, Active Workers: %u", task->name(), nworkers);

void ZWorkers::run_parallel(ZTask* task) {
  assert(SafepointSynchronize::is_at_safepoint(), "Should be at a safepoint");
  run(task, nparallel());

void ZWorkers::run_concurrent(ZTask* task) {
  run(task, nconcurrent());

void ZWorkers::threads_do(ThreadClosure* tc) const {

void ZWorkers::print_threads_on(outputStream* st) const {