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6888336: G1: avoid explicitly marking and pushing objects in survivor spaces Summary: This change simplifies the interaction between GC and concurrent marking. By disabling survivor spaces during the initial-mark pause we don't need to propagate marks of objects we copy during each GC (since we never need to copy an explicitly marked object). Reviewed-by: johnc, brutisso
author tonyp
date Tue, 10 Jan 2012 18:58:13 -0500
parents 4e0094bc41fa
children d30fa85f9994
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#include "gc_implementation/shared/concurrentGCThread.hpp"

// The Concurrent Mark GC Thread (could be several in the future).
// This is copied from the Concurrent Mark Sweep GC Thread
// Still under construction.

class ConcurrentMark;

class ConcurrentMarkThread: public ConcurrentGCThread {
  friend class VMStructs;

  double _vtime_start;  // Initial virtual time.
  double _vtime_accum;  // Accumulated virtual time.

  double _vtime_mark_accum;
  double _vtime_count_accum;

  virtual void run();

  ConcurrentMark*                  _cm;
  volatile bool                    _started;
  volatile bool                    _in_progress;

  void sleepBeforeNextCycle();

  static SurrogateLockerThread*         _slt;

  // Constructor
  ConcurrentMarkThread(ConcurrentMark* cm);

  static void makeSurrogateLockerThread(TRAPS);
  static SurrogateLockerThread* slt() { return _slt; }

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

  // Total virtual time so far.
  double vtime_accum();
  // Marking virtual time so far
  double vtime_mark_accum();
  // Counting virtual time so far.
  double vtime_count_accum() { return _vtime_count_accum; }

  ConcurrentMark* cm()     { return _cm; }

  void set_started()       { assert(!_in_progress, "cycle in progress"); _started = true;  }
  void clear_started()     { assert(_in_progress, "must be starting a cycle"); _started = false; }
  bool started()           { return _started;  }

  void set_in_progress()   { assert(_started, "must be starting a cycle"); _in_progress = true;  }
  void clear_in_progress() { assert(!_started, "must not be starting a new cycle"); _in_progress = false; }
  bool in_progress()       { return _in_progress;  }

  // This flag returns true from the moment a marking cycle is
  // initiated (during the initial-mark pause when started() is set)
  // to the moment when the cycle completes (just after the next
  // marking bitmap has been cleared and in_progress() is
  // cleared). While this flag is true we will not start another cycle
  // so that cycles do not overlap. We cannot use just in_progress()
  // as the CM thread might take some time to wake up before noticing
  // that started() is set and set in_progress().
  bool during_cycle()      { return started() || in_progress(); }

  // Yield for GC
  void            yield();

  // shutdown
  void stop();