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7102044: G1: VM crashes with assert(old_end != new_end) failed: don't call this otherwise Summary: arrayOopDesc::max_array_length() should return a value that does not overflow a size_t if it is converted to bytes. Reviewed-by: kvn, dholmes
author brutisso
date Mon, 31 Oct 2011 08:01:20 +0100
parents 1d1603768966
children 3c648b9ad052
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#include "precompiled.hpp"

/////////////// Unit tests ///////////////

#ifndef PRODUCT

#include "oops/arrayOop.hpp"
#include "utilities/globalDefinitions.hpp"

bool arrayOopDesc::check_max_length_overflow(BasicType type) {
  julong length = max_array_length(type);
  julong bytes_per_element = type2aelembytes(type);
  julong bytes = length * bytes_per_element + header_size_in_bytes();
  return (julong)(size_t)bytes == bytes;
}

bool arrayOopDesc::test_max_array_length() {
  tty->print_cr("test_max_array_length");

  assert(check_max_length_overflow(T_BOOLEAN), "size_t overflow for boolean array");
  assert(check_max_length_overflow(T_CHAR), "size_t overflow for char array");
  assert(check_max_length_overflow(T_FLOAT), "size_t overflow for float array");
  assert(check_max_length_overflow(T_DOUBLE), "size_t overflow for double array");
  assert(check_max_length_overflow(T_BYTE), "size_t overflow for byte array");
  assert(check_max_length_overflow(T_SHORT), "size_t overflow for short array");
  assert(check_max_length_overflow(T_INT), "size_t overflow for int array");
  assert(check_max_length_overflow(T_LONG), "size_t overflow for long array");
  assert(check_max_length_overflow(T_OBJECT), "size_t overflow for object array");
  assert(check_max_length_overflow(T_ARRAY), "size_t overflow for array array");
  assert(check_max_length_overflow(T_NARROWOOP), "size_t overflow for narrowOop array");

  // T_VOID and T_ADDRESS are not supported by max_array_length()

  return true;
}


#endif //PRODUCT