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6995781: Native Memory Tracking (Phase 1) 7151532: DCmd for hotspot native memory tracking Summary: Implementation of native memory tracking phase 1, which tracks VM native memory usage, and related DCmd Reviewed-by: acorn, coleenp, fparain
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date Thu, 28 Jun 2012 17:03:16 -0400
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#if !defined(_WINDOWS) && !defined(__APPLE__)

#include "memory/allocation.hpp"
#include "utilities/decoder.hpp"
#include "utilities/elfFile.hpp"

 * symbol table object represents a symbol section in an elf file.
 * Whenever possible, it will load all symbols from the corresponding section
 * of the elf file into memory. Otherwise, it will walk the section in file
 * to look up the symbol that nearest the given address.
class ElfSymbolTable: public CHeapObj<mtInternal> {
  friend class ElfFile;
  ElfSymbolTable(FILE* file, Elf_Shdr shdr);

  // search the symbol that is nearest to the specified address.
  bool lookup(address addr, int* stringtableIndex, int* posIndex, int* offset);

  NullDecoder::decoder_status get_status() { return m_status; };

  ElfSymbolTable*  m_next;

  // holds a complete symbol table section if
  // can allocate enough memory
  Elf_Sym*            m_symbols;

  // file contains string table
  FILE*               m_file;

  // section header
  Elf_Shdr            m_shdr;

  NullDecoder::decoder_status  m_status;

#endif // _WINDOWS and _APPLE