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7028374: race in fix_oop_relocations for scavengeable nmethods Reviewed-by: kvn
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date Fri, 18 Mar 2011 15:52:42 -0700
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#include "precompiled.hpp"
#include "asm/assembler.inline.hpp"
#include "assembler_x86.inline.hpp"
#include "code/relocInfo.hpp"
#include "nativeInst_x86.hpp"
#include "oops/oop.inline.hpp"
#include "runtime/safepoint.hpp"


void Relocation::pd_set_data_value(address x, intptr_t o, bool verify_only) {
#ifdef AMD64
  x += o;
  typedef Assembler::WhichOperand WhichOperand;
  WhichOperand which = (WhichOperand) format(); // that is, disp32 or imm, call32, narrow oop
  assert(which == Assembler::disp32_operand ||
         which == Assembler::narrow_oop_operand ||
         which == Assembler::imm_operand, "format unpacks ok");
  if (which == Assembler::imm_operand) {
    if (verify_only) {
      assert(*pd_address_in_code() == x, "instructions must match");
    } else {
      *pd_address_in_code() = x;
    }
  } else if (which == Assembler::narrow_oop_operand) {
    address disp = Assembler::locate_operand(addr(), which);
    if (verify_only) {
      assert(*(uint32_t*) disp == oopDesc::encode_heap_oop((oop)x), "instructions must match");
    } else {
      *(int32_t*) disp = oopDesc::encode_heap_oop((oop)x);
    }
  } else {
    // Note:  Use runtime_call_type relocations for call32_operand.
    address ip = addr();
    address disp = Assembler::locate_operand(ip, which);
    address next_ip = Assembler::locate_next_instruction(ip);
    if (verify_only) {
      assert(*(int32_t*) disp == (x - next_ip), "instructions must match");
    } else {
      *(int32_t*) disp = x - next_ip;
    }
  }
#else
  if (verify_only) {
    assert(*pd_address_in_code() == (x + o), "instructions must match");
  } else {
    *pd_address_in_code() = x + o;
  }
#endif // AMD64
}


address Relocation::pd_call_destination(address orig_addr) {
  intptr_t adj = 0;
  if (orig_addr != NULL) {
    // We just moved this call instruction from orig_addr to addr().
    // This means its target will appear to have grown by addr() - orig_addr.
    adj = -( addr() - orig_addr );
  }
  NativeInstruction* ni = nativeInstruction_at(addr());
  if (ni->is_call()) {
    return nativeCall_at(addr())->destination() + adj;
  } else if (ni->is_jump()) {
    return nativeJump_at(addr())->jump_destination() + adj;
  } else if (ni->is_cond_jump()) {
    return nativeGeneralJump_at(addr())->jump_destination() + adj;
  } else if (ni->is_mov_literal64()) {
    return (address) ((NativeMovConstReg*)ni)->data();
  } else {
    ShouldNotReachHere();
    return NULL;
  }
}


void Relocation::pd_set_call_destination(address x) {
  NativeInstruction* ni = nativeInstruction_at(addr());
  if (ni->is_call()) {
    nativeCall_at(addr())->set_destination(x);
  } else if (ni->is_jump()) {
    NativeJump* nj = nativeJump_at(addr());

    // Unresolved jumps are recognized by a destination of -1
    // However 64bit can't actually produce such an address
    // and encodes a jump to self but jump_destination will
    // return a -1 as the signal. We must not relocate this
    // jmp or the ic code will not see it as unresolved.

    if (nj->jump_destination() == (address) -1) {
      x = addr(); // jump to self
    }
    nj->set_jump_destination(x);
  } else if (ni->is_cond_jump()) {
    // %%%% kludge this, for now, until we get a jump_destination method
    address old_dest = nativeGeneralJump_at(addr())->jump_destination();
    address disp = Assembler::locate_operand(addr(), Assembler::call32_operand);
    *(jint*)disp += (x - old_dest);
  } else if (ni->is_mov_literal64()) {
    ((NativeMovConstReg*)ni)->set_data((intptr_t)x);
  } else {
    ShouldNotReachHere();
  }
}


address* Relocation::pd_address_in_code() {
  // All embedded Intel addresses are stored in 32-bit words.
  // Since the addr points at the start of the instruction,
  // we must parse the instruction a bit to find the embedded word.
  assert(is_data(), "must be a DataRelocation");
  typedef Assembler::WhichOperand WhichOperand;
  WhichOperand which = (WhichOperand) format(); // that is, disp32 or imm/imm32
#ifdef AMD64
  assert(which == Assembler::disp32_operand ||
         which == Assembler::call32_operand ||
         which == Assembler::imm_operand, "format unpacks ok");
  if (which != Assembler::imm_operand) {
    // The "address" in the code is a displacement can't return it as
    // and address* since it is really a jint*
    ShouldNotReachHere();
    return NULL;
  }
#else
  assert(which == Assembler::disp32_operand || which == Assembler::imm_operand, "format unpacks ok");
#endif // AMD64
  return (address*) Assembler::locate_operand(addr(), which);
}


address Relocation::pd_get_address_from_code() {
#ifdef AMD64
  // All embedded Intel addresses are stored in 32-bit words.
  // Since the addr points at the start of the instruction,
  // we must parse the instruction a bit to find the embedded word.
  assert(is_data(), "must be a DataRelocation");
  typedef Assembler::WhichOperand WhichOperand;
  WhichOperand which = (WhichOperand) format(); // that is, disp32 or imm/imm32
  assert(which == Assembler::disp32_operand ||
         which == Assembler::call32_operand ||
         which == Assembler::imm_operand, "format unpacks ok");
  if (which != Assembler::imm_operand) {
    address ip = addr();
    address disp = Assembler::locate_operand(ip, which);
    address next_ip = Assembler::locate_next_instruction(ip);
    address a = next_ip + *(int32_t*) disp;
    return a;
  }
#endif // AMD64
  return *pd_address_in_code();
}

int Relocation::pd_breakpoint_size() {
  // minimum breakpoint size, in short words
  return NativeIllegalInstruction::instruction_size / sizeof(short);
}

void Relocation::pd_swap_in_breakpoint(address x, short* instrs, int instrlen) {
  Untested("pd_swap_in_breakpoint");
  if (instrs != NULL) {
    assert(instrlen * sizeof(short) == NativeIllegalInstruction::instruction_size, "enough instrlen in reloc. data");
    for (int i = 0; i < instrlen; i++) {
      instrs[i] = ((short*)x)[i];
    }
  }
  NativeIllegalInstruction::insert(x);
}


void Relocation::pd_swap_out_breakpoint(address x, short* instrs, int instrlen) {
  Untested("pd_swap_out_breakpoint");
  assert(NativeIllegalInstruction::instruction_size == sizeof(short), "right address unit for update");
  NativeInstruction* ni = nativeInstruction_at(x);
  *(short*)ni->addr_at(0) = instrs[0];
}

void poll_Relocation::fix_relocation_after_move(const CodeBuffer* src, CodeBuffer* dest) {
#ifdef _LP64
  typedef Assembler::WhichOperand WhichOperand;
  WhichOperand which = (WhichOperand) format();
  // This format is imm but it is really disp32
  which = Assembler::disp32_operand;
  address orig_addr = old_addr_for(addr(), src, dest);
  NativeInstruction* oni = nativeInstruction_at(orig_addr);
  int32_t* orig_disp = (int32_t*) Assembler::locate_operand(orig_addr, which);
  // This poll_addr is incorrect by the size of the instruction it is irrelevant
  intptr_t poll_addr = (intptr_t)oni + *orig_disp;

  NativeInstruction* ni = nativeInstruction_at(addr());
  intptr_t new_disp = poll_addr - (intptr_t) ni;

  int32_t* disp = (int32_t*) Assembler::locate_operand(addr(), which);
  * disp = (int32_t)new_disp;

#endif // _LP64
}

void poll_return_Relocation::fix_relocation_after_move(const CodeBuffer* src, CodeBuffer* dest) {
#ifdef _LP64
  typedef Assembler::WhichOperand WhichOperand;
  WhichOperand which = (WhichOperand) format();
  // This format is imm but it is really disp32
  which = Assembler::disp32_operand;
  address orig_addr = old_addr_for(addr(), src, dest);
  NativeInstruction* oni = nativeInstruction_at(orig_addr);
  int32_t* orig_disp = (int32_t*) Assembler::locate_operand(orig_addr, which);
  // This poll_addr is incorrect by the size of the instruction it is irrelevant
  intptr_t poll_addr = (intptr_t)oni + *orig_disp;

  NativeInstruction* ni = nativeInstruction_at(addr());
  intptr_t new_disp = poll_addr - (intptr_t) ni;

  int32_t* disp = (int32_t*) Assembler::locate_operand(addr(), which);
  * disp = (int32_t)new_disp;
#endif // _LP64
}