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6964458: Reimplement class meta-data storage to use native memory Summary: Remove PermGen, allocate meta-data in metaspace linked to class loaders, rewrite GC walking, rewrite and rename metadata to be C++ classes Reviewed-by: jmasa, stefank, never, coleenp, kvn, brutisso, mgerdin, dholmes, jrose, twisti, roland Contributed-by: jmasa <jon.masamitsu@oracle.com>, stefank <stefan.karlsson@oracle.com>, mgerdin <mikael.gerdin@oracle.com>, never <tom.rodriguez@oracle.com>
author coleenp
date Sat, 01 Sep 2012 13:25:18 -0400
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#include "precompiled.hpp"
#include "asm/assembler.hpp"
#include "interpreter/bytecodeHistogram.hpp"
#include "interpreter/interpreter.hpp"
#include "interpreter/interpreterGenerator.hpp"
#include "interpreter/interpreterRuntime.hpp"
#include "interpreter/templateTable.hpp"
#include "oops/arrayOop.hpp"
#include "oops/methodData.hpp"
#include "oops/method.hpp"
#include "oops/oop.inline.hpp"
#include "prims/jvmtiExport.hpp"
#include "prims/jvmtiThreadState.hpp"
#include "prims/methodHandles.hpp"
#include "runtime/arguments.hpp"
#include "runtime/deoptimization.hpp"
#include "runtime/frame.inline.hpp"
#include "runtime/sharedRuntime.hpp"
#include "runtime/stubRoutines.hpp"
#include "runtime/synchronizer.hpp"
#include "runtime/timer.hpp"
#include "runtime/vframeArray.hpp"
#include "utilities/debug.hpp"
#ifdef COMPILER1
#include "c1/c1_Runtime1.hpp"
#endif



// Generation of Interpreter
//
// The InterpreterGenerator generates the interpreter into Interpreter::_code.


#define __ _masm->


//----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------




int AbstractInterpreter::BasicType_as_index(BasicType type) {
  int i = 0;
  switch (type) {
    case T_BOOLEAN: i = 0; break;
    case T_CHAR   : i = 1; break;
    case T_BYTE   : i = 2; break;
    case T_SHORT  : i = 3; break;
    case T_INT    : i = 4; break;
    case T_LONG   : i = 5; break;
    case T_VOID   : i = 6; break;
    case T_FLOAT  : i = 7; break;
    case T_DOUBLE : i = 8; break;
    case T_OBJECT : i = 9; break;
    case T_ARRAY  : i = 9; break;
    default       : ShouldNotReachHere();
  }
  assert(0 <= i && i < AbstractInterpreter::number_of_result_handlers, "index out of bounds");
  return i;
}


#ifndef _LP64
address AbstractInterpreterGenerator::generate_slow_signature_handler() {
  address entry = __ pc();
  Argument argv(0, true);

  // We are in the jni transition frame. Save the last_java_frame corresponding to the
  // outer interpreter frame
  //
  __ set_last_Java_frame(FP, noreg);
  // make sure the interpreter frame we've pushed has a valid return pc
  __ mov(O7, I7);
  __ mov(Lmethod, G3_scratch);
  __ mov(Llocals, G4_scratch);
  __ save_frame(0);
  __ mov(G2_thread, L7_thread_cache);
  __ add(argv.address_in_frame(), O3);
  __ mov(G2_thread, O0);
  __ mov(G3_scratch, O1);
  __ call(CAST_FROM_FN_PTR(address, InterpreterRuntime::slow_signature_handler), relocInfo::runtime_call_type);
  __ delayed()->mov(G4_scratch, O2);
  __ mov(L7_thread_cache, G2_thread);
  __ reset_last_Java_frame();

  // load the register arguments (the C code packed them as varargs)
  for (Argument ldarg = argv.successor(); ldarg.is_register(); ldarg = ldarg.successor()) {
      __ ld_ptr(ldarg.address_in_frame(), ldarg.as_register());
  }
  __ ret();
  __ delayed()->
     restore(O0, 0, Lscratch);  // caller's Lscratch gets the result handler
  return entry;
}


#else
// LP64 passes floating point arguments in F1, F3, F5, etc. instead of
// O0, O1, O2 etc..
// Doubles are passed in D0, D2, D4
// We store the signature of the first 16 arguments in the first argument
// slot because it will be overwritten prior to calling the native
// function, with the pointer to the JNIEnv.
// If LP64 there can be up to 16 floating point arguments in registers
// or 6 integer registers.
address AbstractInterpreterGenerator::generate_slow_signature_handler() {

  enum {
    non_float  = 0,
    float_sig  = 1,
    double_sig = 2,
    sig_mask   = 3
  };

  address entry = __ pc();
  Argument argv(0, true);

  // We are in the jni transition frame. Save the last_java_frame corresponding to the
  // outer interpreter frame
  //
  __ set_last_Java_frame(FP, noreg);
  // make sure the interpreter frame we've pushed has a valid return pc
  __ mov(O7, I7);
  __ mov(Lmethod, G3_scratch);
  __ mov(Llocals, G4_scratch);
  __ save_frame(0);
  __ mov(G2_thread, L7_thread_cache);
  __ add(argv.address_in_frame(), O3);
  __ mov(G2_thread, O0);
  __ mov(G3_scratch, O1);
  __ call(CAST_FROM_FN_PTR(address, InterpreterRuntime::slow_signature_handler), relocInfo::runtime_call_type);
  __ delayed()->mov(G4_scratch, O2);
  __ mov(L7_thread_cache, G2_thread);
  __ reset_last_Java_frame();


  // load the register arguments (the C code packed them as varargs)
  Address Sig = argv.address_in_frame();        // Argument 0 holds the signature
  __ ld_ptr( Sig, G3_scratch );                   // Get register argument signature word into G3_scratch
  __ mov( G3_scratch, G4_scratch);
  __ srl( G4_scratch, 2, G4_scratch);             // Skip Arg 0
  Label done;
  for (Argument ldarg = argv.successor(); ldarg.is_float_register(); ldarg = ldarg.successor()) {
    Label NonFloatArg;
    Label LoadFloatArg;
    Label LoadDoubleArg;
    Label NextArg;
    Address a = ldarg.address_in_frame();
    __ andcc(G4_scratch, sig_mask, G3_scratch);
    __ br(Assembler::zero, false, Assembler::pt, NonFloatArg);
    __ delayed()->nop();

    __ cmp(G3_scratch, float_sig );
    __ br(Assembler::equal, false, Assembler::pt, LoadFloatArg);
    __ delayed()->nop();

    __ cmp(G3_scratch, double_sig );
    __ br(Assembler::equal, false, Assembler::pt, LoadDoubleArg);
    __ delayed()->nop();

    __ bind(NonFloatArg);
    // There are only 6 integer register arguments!
    if ( ldarg.is_register() )
      __ ld_ptr(ldarg.address_in_frame(), ldarg.as_register());
    else {
    // Optimization, see if there are any more args and get out prior to checking
    // all 16 float registers.  My guess is that this is rare.
    // If is_register is false, then we are done the first six integer args.
      __ br_null_short(G4_scratch, Assembler::pt, done);
    }
    __ ba(NextArg);
    __ delayed()->srl( G4_scratch, 2, G4_scratch );

    __ bind(LoadFloatArg);
    __ ldf( FloatRegisterImpl::S, a, ldarg.as_float_register(), 4);
    __ ba(NextArg);
    __ delayed()->srl( G4_scratch, 2, G4_scratch );

    __ bind(LoadDoubleArg);
    __ ldf( FloatRegisterImpl::D, a, ldarg.as_double_register() );
    __ ba(NextArg);
    __ delayed()->srl( G4_scratch, 2, G4_scratch );

    __ bind(NextArg);

  }

  __ bind(done);
  __ ret();
  __ delayed()->
     restore(O0, 0, Lscratch);  // caller's Lscratch gets the result handler
  return entry;
}
#endif

void InterpreterGenerator::generate_counter_overflow(Label& Lcontinue) {

  // Generate code to initiate compilation on the counter overflow.

  // InterpreterRuntime::frequency_counter_overflow takes two arguments,
  // the first indicates if the counter overflow occurs at a backwards branch (NULL bcp)
  // and the second is only used when the first is true.  We pass zero for both.
  // The call returns the address of the verified entry point for the method or NULL
  // if the compilation did not complete (either went background or bailed out).
  __ set((int)false, O2);
  __ call_VM(noreg, CAST_FROM_FN_PTR(address, InterpreterRuntime::frequency_counter_overflow), O2, O2, true);
  // returns verified_entry_point or NULL
  // we ignore it in any case
  __ ba_short(Lcontinue);

}


// End of helpers

// Various method entries

// Abstract method entry
// Attempt to execute abstract method. Throw exception
//
address InterpreterGenerator::generate_abstract_entry(void) {
  address entry = __ pc();
  // abstract method entry
  // throw exception
  __ call_VM(noreg, CAST_FROM_FN_PTR(address, InterpreterRuntime::throw_AbstractMethodError));
  // the call_VM checks for exception, so we should never return here.
  __ should_not_reach_here();
  return entry;

}


//----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Entry points & stack frame layout
//
// Here we generate the various kind of entries into the interpreter.
// The two main entry type are generic bytecode methods and native call method.
// These both come in synchronized and non-synchronized versions but the
// frame layout they create is very similar. The other method entry
// types are really just special purpose entries that are really entry
// and interpretation all in one. These are for trivial methods like
// accessor, empty, or special math methods.
//
// When control flow reaches any of the entry types for the interpreter
// the following holds ->
//
// C2 Calling Conventions:
//
// The entry code below assumes that the following registers are set
// when coming in:
//    G5_method: holds the Method* of the method to call
//    Lesp:    points to the TOS of the callers expression stack
//             after having pushed all the parameters
//
// The entry code does the following to setup an interpreter frame
//   pop parameters from the callers stack by adjusting Lesp
//   set O0 to Lesp
//   compute X = (max_locals - num_parameters)
//   bump SP up by X to accomadate the extra locals
//   compute X = max_expression_stack
//               + vm_local_words
//               + 16 words of register save area
//   save frame doing a save sp, -X, sp growing towards lower addresses
//   set Lbcp, Lmethod, LcpoolCache
//   set Llocals to i0
//   set Lmonitors to FP - rounded_vm_local_words
//   set Lesp to Lmonitors - 4
//
//  The frame has now been setup to do the rest of the entry code

// Try this optimization:  Most method entries could live in a
// "one size fits all" stack frame without all the dynamic size
// calculations.  It might be profitable to do all this calculation
// statically and approximately for "small enough" methods.

//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

// C1 Calling conventions
//
// Upon method entry, the following registers are setup:
//
// g2 G2_thread: current thread
// g5 G5_method: method to activate
// g4 Gargs  : pointer to last argument
//
//
// Stack:
//
// +---------------+ <--- sp
// |               |
// : reg save area :
// |               |
// +---------------+ <--- sp + 0x40
// |               |
// : extra 7 slots :      note: these slots are not really needed for the interpreter (fix later)
// |               |
// +---------------+ <--- sp + 0x5c
// |               |
// :     free      :
// |               |
// +---------------+ <--- Gargs
// |               |
// :   arguments   :
// |               |
// +---------------+
// |               |
//
//
//
// AFTER FRAME HAS BEEN SETUP for method interpretation the stack looks like:
//
// +---------------+ <--- sp
// |               |
// : reg save area :
// |               |
// +---------------+ <--- sp + 0x40
// |               |
// : extra 7 slots :      note: these slots are not really needed for the interpreter (fix later)
// |               |
// +---------------+ <--- sp + 0x5c
// |               |
// :               :
// |               | <--- Lesp
// +---------------+ <--- Lmonitors (fp - 0x18)
// |   VM locals   |
// +---------------+ <--- fp
// |               |
// : reg save area :
// |               |
// +---------------+ <--- fp + 0x40
// |               |
// : extra 7 slots :      note: these slots are not really needed for the interpreter (fix later)
// |               |
// +---------------+ <--- fp + 0x5c
// |               |
// :     free      :
// |               |
// +---------------+
// |               |
// : nonarg locals :
// |               |
// +---------------+
// |               |
// :   arguments   :
// |               | <--- Llocals
// +---------------+ <--- Gargs
// |               |

address AbstractInterpreterGenerator::generate_method_entry(AbstractInterpreter::MethodKind kind) {
  // determine code generation flags
  bool synchronized = false;
  address entry_point = NULL;

  switch (kind) {
    case Interpreter::zerolocals             :                                                                             break;
    case Interpreter::zerolocals_synchronized: synchronized = true;                                                        break;
    case Interpreter::native                 : entry_point = ((InterpreterGenerator*)this)->generate_native_entry(false);  break;
    case Interpreter::native_synchronized    : entry_point = ((InterpreterGenerator*)this)->generate_native_entry(true);   break;
    case Interpreter::empty                  : entry_point = ((InterpreterGenerator*)this)->generate_empty_entry();        break;
    case Interpreter::accessor               : entry_point = ((InterpreterGenerator*)this)->generate_accessor_entry();     break;
    case Interpreter::abstract               : entry_point = ((InterpreterGenerator*)this)->generate_abstract_entry();     break;

    case Interpreter::java_lang_math_sin     :                                                                             break;
    case Interpreter::java_lang_math_cos     :                                                                             break;
    case Interpreter::java_lang_math_tan     :                                                                             break;
    case Interpreter::java_lang_math_sqrt    :                                                                             break;
    case Interpreter::java_lang_math_abs     :                                                                             break;
    case Interpreter::java_lang_math_log     :                                                                             break;
    case Interpreter::java_lang_math_log10   :                                                                             break;
    case Interpreter::java_lang_math_pow     :                                                                             break;
    case Interpreter::java_lang_math_exp     :                                                                             break;
    case Interpreter::java_lang_ref_reference_get
                                             : entry_point = ((InterpreterGenerator*)this)->generate_Reference_get_entry(); break;
    default:
      fatal(err_msg("unexpected method kind: %d", kind));
      break;
  }

  if (entry_point) return entry_point;

  return ((InterpreterGenerator*)this)->generate_normal_entry(synchronized);
}


bool AbstractInterpreter::can_be_compiled(methodHandle m) {
  // No special entry points that preclude compilation
  return true;
}

void Deoptimization::unwind_callee_save_values(frame* f, vframeArray* vframe_array) {

  // This code is sort of the equivalent of C2IAdapter::setup_stack_frame back in
  // the days we had adapter frames. When we deoptimize a situation where a
  // compiled caller calls a compiled caller will have registers it expects
  // to survive the call to the callee. If we deoptimize the callee the only
  // way we can restore these registers is to have the oldest interpreter
  // frame that we create restore these values. That is what this routine
  // will accomplish.

  // At the moment we have modified c2 to not have any callee save registers
  // so this problem does not exist and this routine is just a place holder.

  assert(f->is_interpreted_frame(), "must be interpreted");
}


//----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Exceptions