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8204210: Implementation: JEP 333: ZGC: A Scalable Low-Latency Garbage Collector (Experimental) Reviewed-by: pliden, stefank, eosterlund, ehelin, sjohanss, rbackman, coleenp, ihse, jgeorge, lmesnik, rkennke Contributed-by: per.liden@oracle.com, stefan.karlsson@oracle.com, erik.osterlund@oracle.com, mikael.gerdin@oracle.com, kim.barrett@oracle.com, nils.eliasson@oracle.com, rickard.backman@oracle.com, rwestrel@redhat.com, coleen.phillimore@oracle.com, robbin.ehn@oracle.com, gerard.ziemski@oracle.com, hugh.wilkinson@intel.com, sandhya.viswanathan@intel.com, bill.npo.wheeler@intel.com, vinay.k.awasthi@intel.com, yasuenag@gmail.com
author pliden
date Tue, 12 Jun 2018 17:40:28 +0200
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#include "precompiled.hpp"
#include "gc/g1/g1Predictions.hpp"
#include "unittest.hpp"

static const double epsilon = 1e-6;

// Some basic formula tests with confidence = 0.0
TEST_VM(G1Predictions, basic_predictions) {
  G1Predictions predictor(0.0);
  TruncatedSeq s;

  double p0 = predictor.get_new_prediction(&s);
  ASSERT_LT(p0, epsilon) << "Initial prediction of empty sequence must be 0.0";

  s.add(5.0);
  double p1 = predictor.get_new_prediction(&s);
  ASSERT_NEAR(p1, 5.0, epsilon);

  for (int i = 0; i < 40; i++) {
    s.add(5.0);
  }
  double p2 = predictor.get_new_prediction(&s);
  ASSERT_NEAR(p2, 5.0, epsilon);
}

// The following tests checks that the initial predictions are based on
// the average of the sequence and not on the stddev (which is 0).
TEST_VM(G1Predictions, average_not_stdev_predictions) {
  G1Predictions predictor(0.5);
  TruncatedSeq s;

  s.add(1.0);
  double p1 = predictor.get_new_prediction(&s);
  ASSERT_GT(p1, s.davg()) << "First prediction must be greater than average";

  s.add(1.0);
  double p2 = predictor.get_new_prediction(&s);
  ASSERT_GT(p1, p2) << "First prediction must be greater than second";

  s.add(1.0);
  double p3 = predictor.get_new_prediction(&s);
  ASSERT_GT(p2, p3) << "Second prediction must be greater than third";

  s.add(1.0);
  s.add(1.0); // Five elements are now in the sequence.
  double p4 = predictor.get_new_prediction(&s);
  ASSERT_LT(p4, p3) << "Fourth prediction must be smaller than third";
  ASSERT_NEAR(p4, 1.0, epsilon);
}

// The following tests checks that initially prediction based on
// the average is used, that gets overridden by the stddev prediction at
// the end.
TEST_VM(G1Predictions, average_stdev_predictions) {
  G1Predictions predictor(0.5);
  TruncatedSeq s;

  s.add(0.5);
  double p1 = predictor.get_new_prediction(&s);
  ASSERT_GT(p1, s.davg()) << "First prediction must be greater than average";

  s.add(0.2);
  double p2 = predictor.get_new_prediction(&s);
  ASSERT_GT(p1, p2) << "First prediction must be greater than second";

  s.add(0.5);
  double p3 = predictor.get_new_prediction(&s);
  ASSERT_GT(p2, p3) << "Second prediction must be greater than third";

  s.add(0.2);
  s.add(2.0);
  double p4 = predictor.get_new_prediction(&s);
  ASSERT_GT(p4, p3) << "Fourth prediction must be greater than third";
}