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merge with jdk7-b138
author mcimadamore
date Thu, 14 Apr 2011 23:31:30 -0700
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#! /bin/sh
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# This script is used only from top.make.
# The macro $(MFLAGS-adjusted) calls this script to
# adjust the "-j" arguments to take into account
# the HOTSPOT_BUILD_JOBS variable.  The default
# handling of the "-j" argument by gnumake does
# not meet our needs, so we must adjust it ourselves.

# This argument adjustment applies to two recursive
# calls to "$(MAKE) $(MFLAGS-adjusted)" in top.make.
# One invokes adlc.make, and the other invokes vm.make.
# The adjustment propagates the desired concurrency
# level down to the sub-make (of the adlc or vm).
# The default behavior of gnumake is to run all
# sub-makes without concurrency ("-j1").

# Also, we use a make variable rather than an explicit
# "-j<N>" argument to control this setting, so that
# the concurrency setting (which must be tuned separately
# for each MP system) can be set via an environment variable.
# The recommended setting is 1.5x to 2x the number of available
# CPUs on the MP system, which is large enough to keep the CPUs
# busy (even though some jobs may be I/O bound) but not too large,
# we may presume, to overflow the system's swap space.

set -eu

default_build_jobs=4

case $# in
[12])	true;;
*)	>&2 echo "Usage: $0 ${MFLAGS} ${HOTSPOT_BUILD_JOBS}"; exit 2;;
esac

MFLAGS=$1
HOTSPOT_BUILD_JOBS=${2-}

# Normalize any -jN argument to the form " -j${HBJ}"
MFLAGS=`
	echo "$MFLAGS" \
	| sed '
		s/^-/ -/
		s/ -\([^ 	][^ 	]*\)j/ -\1 -j/
		s/ -j[0-9][0-9]*/ -j/
		s/ -j\([^ 	]\)/ -j -\1/
		s/ -j/ -j'${HOTSPOT_BUILD_JOBS:-${default_build_jobs}}'/
	' `

case ${HOTSPOT_BUILD_JOBS} in \

'') case ${MFLAGS} in
    *\ -j*)
	>&2 echo "# Note: -jN is ineffective for setting parallelism in this makefile." 
	>&2 echo "# please set HOTSPOT_BUILD_JOBS=${default_build_jobs} in the command line or environment."
    esac;;

?*) case ${MFLAGS} in
     *\ -j*) true;;
     *)      MFLAGS="-j${HOTSPOT_BUILD_JOBS} ${MFLAGS}";;
    esac;;
esac

echo "${MFLAGS}"