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8229838: Rename markOop files to markWord Reviewed-by: dholmes, rehn
author stefank
date Mon, 19 Aug 2019 11:30:03 +0200
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#include "precompiled.hpp"
#include "jvm.h"
#include "classfile/stringTable.hpp"
#include "classfile/symbolTable.hpp"
#include "gc/shared/referenceProcessor.hpp"
#include "oops/markWord.hpp"
#include "runtime/arguments.hpp"
#include "runtime/flags/jvmFlag.hpp"
#include "runtime/flags/jvmFlagConstraintList.hpp"
#include "runtime/flags/jvmFlagRangeList.hpp"
#include "runtime/globals.hpp"
#include "runtime/os.hpp"
#include "runtime/task.hpp"
#include "utilities/macros.hpp"

class JVMFlagRange_int : public JVMFlagRange {
  int _min;
  int _max;
  const int* _ptr;

public:
  // the "name" argument must be a string literal
  JVMFlagRange_int(const char* name, const int* ptr, int min, int max)
    : JVMFlagRange(name), _min(min), _max(max), _ptr(ptr) {}

  JVMFlag::Error check(bool verbose = true) {
    return check_int(*_ptr, verbose);
  }

  JVMFlag::Error check_int(int value, bool verbose = true) {
    if ((value < _min) || (value > _max)) {
      JVMFlag::printError(verbose,
                          "int %s=%d is outside the allowed range "
                          "[ %d ... %d ]\n",
                          name(), value, _min, _max);
      return JVMFlag::OUT_OF_BOUNDS;
    } else {
      return JVMFlag::SUCCESS;
    }
  }

  void print(outputStream* st) {
    st->print("[ %-25d ... %25d ]", _min, _max);
  }
};

class JVMFlagRange_intx : public JVMFlagRange {
  intx _min;
  intx _max;
  const intx* _ptr;
public:
  // the "name" argument must be a string literal
  JVMFlagRange_intx(const char* name, const intx* ptr, intx min, intx max)
    : JVMFlagRange(name), _min(min), _max(max), _ptr(ptr) {}

  JVMFlag::Error check(bool verbose = true) {
    return check_intx(*_ptr, verbose);
  }

  JVMFlag::Error check_intx(intx value, bool verbose = true) {
    if ((value < _min) || (value > _max)) {
      JVMFlag::printError(verbose,
                          "intx %s=" INTX_FORMAT " is outside the allowed range "
                          "[ " INTX_FORMAT " ... " INTX_FORMAT " ]\n",
                          name(), value, _min, _max);
      return JVMFlag::OUT_OF_BOUNDS;
    } else {
      return JVMFlag::SUCCESS;
    }
  }

  void print(outputStream* st) {
    st->print("[ " INTX_FORMAT_W(-25) " ... " INTX_FORMAT_W(25) " ]", _min, _max);
  }
};

class JVMFlagRange_uint : public JVMFlagRange {
  uint _min;
  uint _max;
  const uint* _ptr;

public:
  // the "name" argument must be a string literal
  JVMFlagRange_uint(const char* name, const uint* ptr, uint min, uint max)
    : JVMFlagRange(name), _min(min), _max(max), _ptr(ptr) {}

  JVMFlag::Error check(bool verbose = true) {
    return check_uint(*_ptr, verbose);
  }

  JVMFlag::Error check_uint(uint value, bool verbose = true) {
    if ((value < _min) || (value > _max)) {
      JVMFlag::printError(verbose,
                          "uint %s=%u is outside the allowed range "
                          "[ %u ... %u ]\n",
                          name(), value, _min, _max);
      return JVMFlag::OUT_OF_BOUNDS;
    } else {
      return JVMFlag::SUCCESS;
    }
  }

  void print(outputStream* st) {
    st->print("[ %-25u ... %25u ]", _min, _max);
  }
};

class JVMFlagRange_uintx : public JVMFlagRange {
  uintx _min;
  uintx _max;
  const uintx* _ptr;

public:
  // the "name" argument must be a string literal
  JVMFlagRange_uintx(const char* name, const uintx* ptr, uintx min, uintx max)
    : JVMFlagRange(name), _min(min), _max(max), _ptr(ptr) {}

  JVMFlag::Error check(bool verbose = true) {
    return check_uintx(*_ptr, verbose);
  }

  JVMFlag::Error check_uintx(uintx value, bool verbose = true) {
    if ((value < _min) || (value > _max)) {
      JVMFlag::printError(verbose,
                          "uintx %s=" UINTX_FORMAT " is outside the allowed range "
                          "[ " UINTX_FORMAT " ... " UINTX_FORMAT " ]\n",
                          name(), value, _min, _max);
      return JVMFlag::OUT_OF_BOUNDS;
    } else {
      return JVMFlag::SUCCESS;
    }
  }

  void print(outputStream* st) {
    st->print("[ " UINTX_FORMAT_W(-25) " ... " UINTX_FORMAT_W(25) " ]", _min, _max);
  }
};

class JVMFlagRange_uint64_t : public JVMFlagRange {
  uint64_t _min;
  uint64_t _max;
  const uint64_t* _ptr;

public:
  // the "name" argument must be a string literal
  JVMFlagRange_uint64_t(const char* name, const uint64_t* ptr, uint64_t min, uint64_t max)
    : JVMFlagRange(name), _min(min), _max(max), _ptr(ptr) {}

  JVMFlag::Error check(bool verbose = true) {
    return check_uint64_t(*_ptr, verbose);
  }

  JVMFlag::Error check_uint64_t(uint64_t value, bool verbose = true) {
    if ((value < _min) || (value > _max)) {
      JVMFlag::printError(verbose,
                          "uint64_t %s=" UINT64_FORMAT " is outside the allowed range "
                          "[ " UINT64_FORMAT " ... " UINT64_FORMAT " ]\n",
                          name(), value, _min, _max);
      return JVMFlag::OUT_OF_BOUNDS;
    } else {
      return JVMFlag::SUCCESS;
    }
  }

  void print(outputStream* st) {
    st->print("[ " UINT64_FORMAT_W(-25) " ... " UINT64_FORMAT_W(25) " ]", _min, _max);
  }
};

class JVMFlagRange_size_t : public JVMFlagRange {
  size_t _min;
  size_t _max;
  const size_t* _ptr;

public:
  // the "name" argument must be a string literal
  JVMFlagRange_size_t(const char* name, const size_t* ptr, size_t min, size_t max)
    : JVMFlagRange(name), _min(min), _max(max), _ptr(ptr) {}

  JVMFlag::Error check(bool verbose = true) {
    return check_size_t(*_ptr, verbose);
  }

  JVMFlag::Error check_size_t(size_t value, bool verbose = true) {
    if ((value < _min) || (value > _max)) {
      JVMFlag::printError(verbose,
                          "size_t %s=" SIZE_FORMAT " is outside the allowed range "
                          "[ " SIZE_FORMAT " ... " SIZE_FORMAT " ]\n",
                          name(), value, _min, _max);
      return JVMFlag::OUT_OF_BOUNDS;
    } else {
      return JVMFlag::SUCCESS;
    }
  }

  void print(outputStream* st) {
    st->print("[ " SIZE_FORMAT_W(-25) " ... " SIZE_FORMAT_W(25) " ]", _min, _max);
  }
};

class JVMFlagRange_double : public JVMFlagRange {
  double _min;
  double _max;
  const double* _ptr;

public:
  // the "name" argument must be a string literal
  JVMFlagRange_double(const char* name, const double* ptr, double min, double max)
    : JVMFlagRange(name), _min(min), _max(max), _ptr(ptr) {}

  JVMFlag::Error check(bool verbose = true) {
    return check_double(*_ptr, verbose);
  }

  JVMFlag::Error check_double(double value, bool verbose = true) {
    if ((value < _min) || (value > _max)) {
      JVMFlag::printError(verbose,
                          "double %s=%f is outside the allowed range "
                          "[ %f ... %f ]\n",
                          name(), value, _min, _max);
      return JVMFlag::OUT_OF_BOUNDS;
    } else {
      return JVMFlag::SUCCESS;
    }
  }

  void print(outputStream* st) {
    st->print("[ %-25.3f ... %25.3f ]", _min, _max);
  }
};

// No constraint emitting
void emit_range_no(...)                         { /* NOP */ }

// No constraint emitting if function argument is NOT provided
void emit_range_bool(const char* /*name*/, const bool* /*value*/)            { /* NOP */ }
void emit_range_ccstr(const char* /*name*/, const ccstr* /*value*/)          { /* NOP */ }
void emit_range_ccstrlist(const char* /*name*/, const ccstrlist* /*value*/)  { /* NOP */ }
void emit_range_int(const char* /*name*/, const int* /*value*/)              { /* NOP */ }
void emit_range_intx(const char* /*name*/, const intx* /*value*/)            { /* NOP */ }
void emit_range_uint(const char* /*name*/, const uint* /*value*/)            { /* NOP */ }
void emit_range_uintx(const char* /*name*/, const uintx* /*value*/)          { /* NOP */ }
void emit_range_uint64_t(const char* /*name*/, const uint64_t* /*value*/)    { /* NOP */ }
void emit_range_size_t(const char* /*name*/, const size_t* /*value*/)        { /* NOP */ }
void emit_range_double(const char* /*name*/, const double* /*value*/)        { /* NOP */ }

// JVMFlagRange emitting code functions if range arguments are provided
void emit_range_int(const char* name, const int* ptr, int min, int max)       {
  JVMFlagRangeList::add(new JVMFlagRange_int(name, ptr, min, max));
}
void emit_range_intx(const char* name, const intx* ptr, intx min, intx max) {
  JVMFlagRangeList::add(new JVMFlagRange_intx(name, ptr, min, max));
}
void emit_range_uint(const char* name, const uint* ptr, uint min, uint max) {
  JVMFlagRangeList::add(new JVMFlagRange_uint(name, ptr, min, max));
}
void emit_range_uintx(const char* name, const uintx* ptr, uintx min, uintx max) {
  JVMFlagRangeList::add(new JVMFlagRange_uintx(name, ptr, min, max));
}
void emit_range_uint64_t(const char* name, const uint64_t* ptr, uint64_t min, uint64_t max) {
  JVMFlagRangeList::add(new JVMFlagRange_uint64_t(name, ptr, min, max));
}
void emit_range_size_t(const char* name, const size_t* ptr, size_t min, size_t max) {
  JVMFlagRangeList::add(new JVMFlagRange_size_t(name, ptr, min, max));
}
void emit_range_double(const char* name, const double* ptr, double min, double max) {
  JVMFlagRangeList::add(new JVMFlagRange_double(name, ptr, min, max));
}

// Generate code to call emit_range_xxx function
#define EMIT_RANGE_START       (void)(0
#define EMIT_RANGE(type, name) ); emit_range_##type(#name, &name
#define EMIT_RANGE_NO          ); emit_range_no(0
#define EMIT_RANGE_PRODUCT_FLAG(type, name, value, doc)      EMIT_RANGE(type, name)
#define EMIT_RANGE_DIAGNOSTIC_FLAG(type, name, value, doc)   EMIT_RANGE(type, name)
#define EMIT_RANGE_EXPERIMENTAL_FLAG(type, name, value, doc) EMIT_RANGE(type, name)
#define EMIT_RANGE_MANAGEABLE_FLAG(type, name, value, doc)   EMIT_RANGE(type, name)
#define EMIT_RANGE_PRODUCT_RW_FLAG(type, name, value, doc)   EMIT_RANGE(type, name)
#define EMIT_RANGE_PD_PRODUCT_FLAG(type, name, doc)          EMIT_RANGE(type, name)
#define EMIT_RANGE_PD_DIAGNOSTIC_FLAG(type, name, doc)       EMIT_RANGE(type, name)
#ifndef PRODUCT
#define EMIT_RANGE_DEVELOPER_FLAG(type, name, value, doc)    EMIT_RANGE(type, name)
#define EMIT_RANGE_PD_DEVELOPER_FLAG(type, name, doc)        EMIT_RANGE(type, name)
#define EMIT_RANGE_NOTPRODUCT_FLAG(type, name, value, doc)   EMIT_RANGE(type, name)
#else
#define EMIT_RANGE_DEVELOPER_FLAG(type, name, value, doc)    EMIT_RANGE_NO
#define EMIT_RANGE_PD_DEVELOPER_FLAG(type, name, doc)        EMIT_RANGE_NO
#define EMIT_RANGE_NOTPRODUCT_FLAG(type, name, value, doc)   EMIT_RANGE_NO
#endif
#ifdef _LP64
#define EMIT_RANGE_LP64_PRODUCT_FLAG(type, name, value, doc) EMIT_RANGE(type, name)
#else
#define EMIT_RANGE_LP64_PRODUCT_FLAG(type, name, value, doc) EMIT_RANGE_NO
#endif
#define EMIT_RANGE_END         );

// Generate func argument to pass into emit_range_xxx functions
#define EMIT_RANGE_CHECK(a, b)                               , a, b

#define INITIAL_RANGES_SIZE 379
GrowableArray<JVMFlagRange*>* JVMFlagRangeList::_ranges = NULL;

// Check the ranges of all flags that have them
void JVMFlagRangeList::init(void) {

  _ranges = new (ResourceObj::C_HEAP, mtArguments) GrowableArray<JVMFlagRange*>(INITIAL_RANGES_SIZE, true);

  EMIT_RANGE_START

  ALL_FLAGS(EMIT_RANGE_DEVELOPER_FLAG,
            EMIT_RANGE_PD_DEVELOPER_FLAG,
            EMIT_RANGE_PRODUCT_FLAG,
            EMIT_RANGE_PD_PRODUCT_FLAG,
            EMIT_RANGE_DIAGNOSTIC_FLAG,
            EMIT_RANGE_PD_DIAGNOSTIC_FLAG,
            EMIT_RANGE_EXPERIMENTAL_FLAG,
            EMIT_RANGE_NOTPRODUCT_FLAG,
            EMIT_RANGE_MANAGEABLE_FLAG,
            EMIT_RANGE_PRODUCT_RW_FLAG,
            EMIT_RANGE_LP64_PRODUCT_FLAG,
            EMIT_RANGE_CHECK,
            IGNORE_CONSTRAINT,
            IGNORE_WRITEABLE)

  EMIT_RANGES_FOR_GLOBALS_EXT

  EMIT_RANGE_END
}

JVMFlagRange* JVMFlagRangeList::find(const char* name) {
  JVMFlagRange* found = NULL;
  for (int i=0; i<length(); i++) {
    JVMFlagRange* range = at(i);
    if (strcmp(range->name(), name) == 0) {
      found = range;
      break;
    }
  }
  return found;
}

void JVMFlagRangeList::print(outputStream* st, const char* name, RangeStrFunc default_range_str_func) {
  JVMFlagRange* range = JVMFlagRangeList::find(name);
  if (range != NULL) {
    range->print(st);
  } else {
    JVMFlagConstraint* constraint = JVMFlagConstraintList::find(name);
    if (constraint != NULL) {
      assert(default_range_str_func!=NULL, "default_range_str_func must be provided");
      st->print("%s", default_range_str_func());
    } else {
      st->print("[                           ...                           ]");
    }
  }
}

bool JVMFlagRangeList::check_ranges() {
  bool status = true;
  for (int i=0; i<length(); i++) {
    JVMFlagRange* range = at(i);
    if (range->check(true) != JVMFlag::SUCCESS) status = false;
  }
  return status;
}