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8143125: [aix] Further Developments for AIX Summary: Port newest AIX port developemnts to OpenJDK. Reviewed-by: goetz, simonis
author stuefe
date Mon, 16 Nov 2015 10:58:14 +0100
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// misc_aix.hpp, misc_aix.cpp: convenience functions needed for the OpenJDK AIX
// port.
#include "utilities/globalDefinitions.hpp"
#include "runtime/globals.hpp"
#include "utilities/debug.hpp"

#include <pthread.h>

// Trace if verbose to tty.
#define trcVerbose(fmt, ...) { \
  if (Verbose) { \
    fprintf(stderr, fmt, ##__VA_ARGS__); \
    fputc('\n', stderr); fflush(stderr); \
  } \
#define ERRBYE(s) { trcVerbose(s); return -1; }

#define assert0(b) assert((b), "")
#define guarantee0(b) guarantee((b), "")
template <class T1, class T2> bool is_aligned_to(T1 what, T2 alignment) {
  return (((uintx)(what)) & (((uintx)(alignment)) - 1)) == 0 ? true : false;

// CritSect: simple critical section implementation using pthread mutexes.
namespace MiscUtils {
  typedef pthread_mutex_t critsect_t;

  void init_critsect(MiscUtils::critsect_t* cs);
  void free_critsect(MiscUtils::critsect_t* cs);
  void enter_critsect(MiscUtils::critsect_t* cs);
  void leave_critsect(MiscUtils::critsect_t* cs);

  // Need to wrap this in an object because we need to dynamically initialize
  // critical section (because of windows, where there is no way to initialize
  // a CRITICAL_SECTION statically. On Unix, we could use

  // Note: The critical section does NOT get cleaned up in the destructor. That is
  // by design: the CritSect class is only ever used as global objects whose
  // lifetime spans the whole VM life; in that context we don't want the lock to
  // be cleaned up when global C++ objects are destroyed, but to continue to work
  // correctly right to the very end of the process life.
  class CritSect {
    critsect_t _cs;
    CritSect()        { init_critsect(&_cs); }
    //~CritSect()       { free_critsect(&_cs); }
    void enter()      { enter_critsect(&_cs); }
    void leave()      { leave_critsect(&_cs); }

  class AutoCritSect {
    CritSect* const _pcsobj;
    AutoCritSect(CritSect* pcsobj)
      : _pcsobj(pcsobj)
    ~AutoCritSect() {

  // Returns true if pointer can be dereferenced without triggering a segment
  // violation. Returns false if pointer is invalid.
  // Note: Depends on stub routines; prior to stub routine generation, will
  // always return true. Use CanUseSafeFetch32 to handle this case.
  bool is_readable_pointer(const void* p);