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/* This file houses the common methods for VM ergonomics the platforms
 * are split into ergo_sparc and ergo_x86, and they could be split more
 * in the future if required. The following comments are not entirely
 * true after bifurcation of the platform specific files.

 * The following methods (down to ServerClassMachine()) answer
 * the question about whether a machine is a "server-class"
 * machine.  A server-class machine is loosely defined as one
 * with 2 or more processors and 2 gigabytes or more physical
 * memory.  The definition of a processor is a physical package,
 * not a hyperthreaded chip masquerading as a multi-processor.
 * The definition of memory is also somewhat fuzzy, since x86
 * machines seem not to report all the memory in their DIMMs, we
 * think because of memory mapping of graphics cards, etc.
 * This code is somewhat more confused with #ifdef's than we'd
 * like because this file is used by both Solaris and Linux
 * platforms, and so needs to be parameterized for SPARC and
 * i586 hardware.  The other Linux platforms (amd64 and ia64)
 * don't even ask this question, because they only come with
 * server JVMs.

#include "ergo.h"

/* Dispatch to the platform-specific definition of "server-class" */
ServerClassMachine(void) {
  jboolean result;
  switch(GetErgoPolicy()) {
      return JNI_FALSE;
      return JNI_TRUE;
      result = ServerClassMachineImpl();
      JLI_TraceLauncher("ServerClassMachine: returns default value of %s\n",
           (result == JNI_TRUE ? "true" : "false"));
      return result;

/* Ask the OS how many processors there are. */
static unsigned long
physical_processors(void) {
  const unsigned long sys_processors = sysconf(_SC_NPROCESSORS_CONF);
  JLI_TraceLauncher("sysconf(_SC_NPROCESSORS_CONF): %lu\n", sys_processors);
  return sys_processors;

ServerClassMachineImpl(void) {
  jboolean            result            = JNI_FALSE;
  /* How big is a server class machine? */
  const unsigned long server_processors = 2UL;
  const uint64_t      server_memory     = 2UL * GB;
  const uint64_t      actual_memory     = physical_memory();

  /* Is this a server class machine? */
  if (actual_memory >= server_memory) {
    const unsigned long actual_processors = physical_processors();
    if (actual_processors >= server_processors) {
      result = JNI_TRUE;
  JLI_TraceLauncher("unix_" LIBARCHNAME "_ServerClassMachine: %s\n",
           (result == JNI_TRUE ? "JNI_TRUE" : "JNI_FALSE"));
  return result;

/* Compute physical memory by asking the OS */
physical_memory(void) {
  const uint64_t pages     = (uint64_t) sysconf(_SC_PHYS_PAGES);
  const uint64_t page_size = (uint64_t) sysconf(_SC_PAGESIZE);
  const uint64_t result    = pages * page_size;
# define UINT64_FORMAT "%" PRIu64

  JLI_TraceLauncher("pages: " UINT64_FORMAT
          "  page_size: " UINT64_FORMAT
          "  physical memory: " UINT64_FORMAT " (%.3fGB)\n",
           pages, page_size, result, result / (double) GB);
  return result;