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8150045: arraycopy causes segfaults in SATB during garbage collection Reviewed-by: roland
author aph
date Wed, 17 Feb 2016 14:06:45 +0000
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#include "precompiled.hpp"
#include "asm/macroAssembler.hpp"
#include "asm/macroAssembler.inline.hpp"
#include "interpreter/interpreter.hpp"
#include "nativeInst_aarch64.hpp"
#include "oops/instanceOop.hpp"
#include "oops/method.hpp"
#include "oops/objArrayKlass.hpp"
#include "oops/oop.inline.hpp"
#include "prims/methodHandles.hpp"
#include "runtime/frame.inline.hpp"
#include "runtime/handles.inline.hpp"
#include "runtime/sharedRuntime.hpp"
#include "runtime/stubCodeGenerator.hpp"
#include "runtime/stubRoutines.hpp"
#include "runtime/thread.inline.hpp"
#include "utilities/top.hpp"
#ifdef COMPILER2
#include "opto/runtime.hpp"
#endif

#ifdef BUILTIN_SIM
#include "../../../../../../simulator/simulator.hpp"
#endif

// Declaration and definition of StubGenerator (no .hpp file).
// For a more detailed description of the stub routine structure
// see the comment in stubRoutines.hpp

#undef __
#define __ _masm->
#define TIMES_OOP Address::sxtw(exact_log2(UseCompressedOops ? 4 : 8))

#ifdef PRODUCT
#define BLOCK_COMMENT(str) /* nothing */
#else
#define BLOCK_COMMENT(str) __ block_comment(str)
#endif

#define BIND(label) bind(label); BLOCK_COMMENT(#label ":")

// Stub Code definitions

class StubGenerator: public StubCodeGenerator {
 private:

#ifdef PRODUCT
#define inc_counter_np(counter) ((void)0)
#else
  void inc_counter_np_(int& counter) {
    __ lea(rscratch2, ExternalAddress((address)&counter));
    __ ldrw(rscratch1, Address(rscratch2));
    __ addw(rscratch1, rscratch1, 1);
    __ strw(rscratch1, Address(rscratch2));
  }
#define inc_counter_np(counter) \
  BLOCK_COMMENT("inc_counter " #counter); \
  inc_counter_np_(counter);
#endif

  // Call stubs are used to call Java from C
  //
  // Arguments:
  //    c_rarg0:   call wrapper address                   address
  //    c_rarg1:   result                                 address
  //    c_rarg2:   result type                            BasicType
  //    c_rarg3:   method                                 Method*
  //    c_rarg4:   (interpreter) entry point              address
  //    c_rarg5:   parameters                             intptr_t*
  //    c_rarg6:   parameter size (in words)              int
  //    c_rarg7:   thread                                 Thread*
  //
  // There is no return from the stub itself as any Java result
  // is written to result
  //
  // we save r30 (lr) as the return PC at the base of the frame and
  // link r29 (fp) below it as the frame pointer installing sp (r31)
  // into fp.
  //
  // we save r0-r7, which accounts for all the c arguments.
  //
  // TODO: strictly do we need to save them all? they are treated as
  // volatile by C so could we omit saving the ones we are going to
  // place in global registers (thread? method?) or those we only use
  // during setup of the Java call?
  //
  // we don't need to save r8 which C uses as an indirect result location
  // return register.
  //
  // we don't need to save r9-r15 which both C and Java treat as
  // volatile
  //
  // we don't need to save r16-18 because Java does not use them
  //
  // we save r19-r28 which Java uses as scratch registers and C
  // expects to be callee-save
  //
  // we save the bottom 64 bits of each value stored in v8-v15; it is
  // the responsibility of the caller to preserve larger values.
  //
  // so the stub frame looks like this when we enter Java code
  //
  //     [ return_from_Java     ] <--- sp
  //     [ argument word n      ]
  //      ...
  // -27 [ argument word 1      ]
  // -26 [ saved v15            ] <--- sp_after_call
  // -25 [ saved v14            ]
  // -24 [ saved v13            ]
  // -23 [ saved v12            ]
  // -22 [ saved v11            ]
  // -21 [ saved v10            ]
  // -20 [ saved v9             ]
  // -19 [ saved v8             ]
  // -18 [ saved r28            ]
  // -17 [ saved r27            ]
  // -16 [ saved r26            ]
  // -15 [ saved r25            ]
  // -14 [ saved r24            ]
  // -13 [ saved r23            ]
  // -12 [ saved r22            ]
  // -11 [ saved r21            ]
  // -10 [ saved r20            ]
  //  -9 [ saved r19            ]
  //  -8 [ call wrapper    (r0) ]
  //  -7 [ result          (r1) ]
  //  -6 [ result type     (r2) ]
  //  -5 [ method          (r3) ]
  //  -4 [ entry point     (r4) ]
  //  -3 [ parameters      (r5) ]
  //  -2 [ parameter size  (r6) ]
  //  -1 [ thread (r7)          ]
  //   0 [ saved fp       (r29) ] <--- fp == saved sp (r31)
  //   1 [ saved lr       (r30) ]

  // Call stub stack layout word offsets from fp
  enum call_stub_layout {
    sp_after_call_off = -26,

    d15_off            = -26,
    d14_off            = -25,
    d13_off            = -24,
    d12_off            = -23,
    d11_off            = -22,
    d10_off            = -21,
    d9_off             = -20,
    d8_off             = -19,

    r28_off            = -18,
    r27_off            = -17,
    r26_off            = -16,
    r25_off            = -15,
    r24_off            = -14,
    r23_off            = -13,
    r22_off            = -12,
    r21_off            = -11,
    r20_off            = -10,
    r19_off            =  -9,
    call_wrapper_off   =  -8,
    result_off         =  -7,
    result_type_off    =  -6,
    method_off         =  -5,
    entry_point_off    =  -4,
    parameters_off     =  -3,
    parameter_size_off =  -2,
    thread_off         =  -1,
    fp_f               =   0,
    retaddr_off        =   1,
  };

  address generate_call_stub(address& return_address) {
    assert((int)frame::entry_frame_after_call_words == -(int)sp_after_call_off + 1 &&
           (int)frame::entry_frame_call_wrapper_offset == (int)call_wrapper_off,
           "adjust this code");

    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "call_stub");
    address start = __ pc();

    const Address sp_after_call(rfp, sp_after_call_off * wordSize);

    const Address call_wrapper  (rfp, call_wrapper_off   * wordSize);
    const Address result        (rfp, result_off         * wordSize);
    const Address result_type   (rfp, result_type_off    * wordSize);
    const Address method        (rfp, method_off         * wordSize);
    const Address entry_point   (rfp, entry_point_off    * wordSize);
    const Address parameters    (rfp, parameters_off     * wordSize);
    const Address parameter_size(rfp, parameter_size_off * wordSize);

    const Address thread        (rfp, thread_off         * wordSize);

    const Address d15_save      (rfp, d15_off * wordSize);
    const Address d14_save      (rfp, d14_off * wordSize);
    const Address d13_save      (rfp, d13_off * wordSize);
    const Address d12_save      (rfp, d12_off * wordSize);
    const Address d11_save      (rfp, d11_off * wordSize);
    const Address d10_save      (rfp, d10_off * wordSize);
    const Address d9_save       (rfp, d9_off * wordSize);
    const Address d8_save       (rfp, d8_off * wordSize);

    const Address r28_save      (rfp, r28_off * wordSize);
    const Address r27_save      (rfp, r27_off * wordSize);
    const Address r26_save      (rfp, r26_off * wordSize);
    const Address r25_save      (rfp, r25_off * wordSize);
    const Address r24_save      (rfp, r24_off * wordSize);
    const Address r23_save      (rfp, r23_off * wordSize);
    const Address r22_save      (rfp, r22_off * wordSize);
    const Address r21_save      (rfp, r21_off * wordSize);
    const Address r20_save      (rfp, r20_off * wordSize);
    const Address r19_save      (rfp, r19_off * wordSize);

    // stub code

    // we need a C prolog to bootstrap the x86 caller into the sim
    __ c_stub_prolog(8, 0, MacroAssembler::ret_type_void);

    address aarch64_entry = __ pc();

#ifdef BUILTIN_SIM
    // Save sender's SP for stack traces.
    __ mov(rscratch1, sp);
    __ str(rscratch1, Address(__ pre(sp, -2 * wordSize)));
#endif
    // set up frame and move sp to end of save area
    __ enter();
    __ sub(sp, rfp, -sp_after_call_off * wordSize);

    // save register parameters and Java scratch/global registers
    // n.b. we save thread even though it gets installed in
    // rthread because we want to sanity check rthread later
    __ str(c_rarg7,  thread);
    __ strw(c_rarg6, parameter_size);
    __ str(c_rarg5,  parameters);
    __ str(c_rarg4,  entry_point);
    __ str(c_rarg3,  method);
    __ str(c_rarg2,  result_type);
    __ str(c_rarg1,  result);
    __ str(c_rarg0,  call_wrapper);
    __ str(r19,      r19_save);
    __ str(r20,      r20_save);
    __ str(r21,      r21_save);
    __ str(r22,      r22_save);
    __ str(r23,      r23_save);
    __ str(r24,      r24_save);
    __ str(r25,      r25_save);
    __ str(r26,      r26_save);
    __ str(r27,      r27_save);
    __ str(r28,      r28_save);

    __ strd(v8,      d8_save);
    __ strd(v9,      d9_save);
    __ strd(v10,     d10_save);
    __ strd(v11,     d11_save);
    __ strd(v12,     d12_save);
    __ strd(v13,     d13_save);
    __ strd(v14,     d14_save);
    __ strd(v15,     d15_save);

    // install Java thread in global register now we have saved
    // whatever value it held
    __ mov(rthread, c_rarg7);
    // And method
    __ mov(rmethod, c_rarg3);

    // set up the heapbase register
    __ reinit_heapbase();

#ifdef ASSERT
    // make sure we have no pending exceptions
    {
      Label L;
      __ ldr(rscratch1, Address(rthread, in_bytes(Thread::pending_exception_offset())));
      __ cmp(rscratch1, (unsigned)NULL_WORD);
      __ br(Assembler::EQ, L);
      __ stop("StubRoutines::call_stub: entered with pending exception");
      __ BIND(L);
    }
#endif
    // pass parameters if any
    __ mov(esp, sp);
    __ sub(rscratch1, sp, c_rarg6, ext::uxtw, LogBytesPerWord); // Move SP out of the way
    __ andr(sp, rscratch1, -2 * wordSize);

    BLOCK_COMMENT("pass parameters if any");
    Label parameters_done;
    // parameter count is still in c_rarg6
    // and parameter pointer identifying param 1 is in c_rarg5
    __ cbzw(c_rarg6, parameters_done);

    address loop = __ pc();
    __ ldr(rscratch1, Address(__ post(c_rarg5, wordSize)));
    __ subsw(c_rarg6, c_rarg6, 1);
    __ push(rscratch1);
    __ br(Assembler::GT, loop);

    __ BIND(parameters_done);

    // call Java entry -- passing methdoOop, and current sp
    //      rmethod: Method*
    //      r13: sender sp
    BLOCK_COMMENT("call Java function");
    __ mov(r13, sp);
    __ blr(c_rarg4);

    // tell the simulator we have returned to the stub

    // we do this here because the notify will already have been done
    // if we get to the next instruction via an exception
    //
    // n.b. adding this instruction here affects the calculation of
    // whether or not a routine returns to the call stub (used when
    // doing stack walks) since the normal test is to check the return
    // pc against the address saved below. so we may need to allow for
    // this extra instruction in the check.

    if (NotifySimulator) {
      __ notify(Assembler::method_reentry);
    }
    // save current address for use by exception handling code

    return_address = __ pc();

    // store result depending on type (everything that is not
    // T_OBJECT, T_LONG, T_FLOAT or T_DOUBLE is treated as T_INT)
    // n.b. this assumes Java returns an integral result in r0
    // and a floating result in j_farg0
    __ ldr(j_rarg2, result);
    Label is_long, is_float, is_double, exit;
    __ ldr(j_rarg1, result_type);
    __ cmp(j_rarg1, T_OBJECT);
    __ br(Assembler::EQ, is_long);
    __ cmp(j_rarg1, T_LONG);
    __ br(Assembler::EQ, is_long);
    __ cmp(j_rarg1, T_FLOAT);
    __ br(Assembler::EQ, is_float);
    __ cmp(j_rarg1, T_DOUBLE);
    __ br(Assembler::EQ, is_double);

    // handle T_INT case
    __ strw(r0, Address(j_rarg2));

    __ BIND(exit);

    // pop parameters
    __ sub(esp, rfp, -sp_after_call_off * wordSize);

#ifdef ASSERT
    // verify that threads correspond
    {
      Label L, S;
      __ ldr(rscratch1, thread);
      __ cmp(rthread, rscratch1);
      __ br(Assembler::NE, S);
      __ get_thread(rscratch1);
      __ cmp(rthread, rscratch1);
      __ br(Assembler::EQ, L);
      __ BIND(S);
      __ stop("StubRoutines::call_stub: threads must correspond");
      __ BIND(L);
    }
#endif

    // restore callee-save registers
    __ ldrd(v15,      d15_save);
    __ ldrd(v14,      d14_save);
    __ ldrd(v13,      d13_save);
    __ ldrd(v12,      d12_save);
    __ ldrd(v11,      d11_save);
    __ ldrd(v10,      d10_save);
    __ ldrd(v9,       d9_save);
    __ ldrd(v8,       d8_save);

    __ ldr(r28,      r28_save);
    __ ldr(r27,      r27_save);
    __ ldr(r26,      r26_save);
    __ ldr(r25,      r25_save);
    __ ldr(r24,      r24_save);
    __ ldr(r23,      r23_save);
    __ ldr(r22,      r22_save);
    __ ldr(r21,      r21_save);
    __ ldr(r20,      r20_save);
    __ ldr(r19,      r19_save);
    __ ldr(c_rarg0,  call_wrapper);
    __ ldr(c_rarg1,  result);
    __ ldrw(c_rarg2, result_type);
    __ ldr(c_rarg3,  method);
    __ ldr(c_rarg4,  entry_point);
    __ ldr(c_rarg5,  parameters);
    __ ldr(c_rarg6,  parameter_size);
    __ ldr(c_rarg7,  thread);

#ifndef PRODUCT
    // tell the simulator we are about to end Java execution
    if (NotifySimulator) {
      __ notify(Assembler::method_exit);
    }
#endif
    // leave frame and return to caller
    __ leave();
    __ ret(lr);

    // handle return types different from T_INT

    __ BIND(is_long);
    __ str(r0, Address(j_rarg2, 0));
    __ br(Assembler::AL, exit);

    __ BIND(is_float);
    __ strs(j_farg0, Address(j_rarg2, 0));
    __ br(Assembler::AL, exit);

    __ BIND(is_double);
    __ strd(j_farg0, Address(j_rarg2, 0));
    __ br(Assembler::AL, exit);

    return start;
  }

  // Return point for a Java call if there's an exception thrown in
  // Java code.  The exception is caught and transformed into a
  // pending exception stored in JavaThread that can be tested from
  // within the VM.
  //
  // Note: Usually the parameters are removed by the callee. In case
  // of an exception crossing an activation frame boundary, that is
  // not the case if the callee is compiled code => need to setup the
  // rsp.
  //
  // r0: exception oop

  // NOTE: this is used as a target from the signal handler so it
  // needs an x86 prolog which returns into the current simulator
  // executing the generated catch_exception code. so the prolog
  // needs to install rax in a sim register and adjust the sim's
  // restart pc to enter the generated code at the start position
  // then return from native to simulated execution.

  address generate_catch_exception() {
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "catch_exception");
    address start = __ pc();

    // same as in generate_call_stub():
    const Address sp_after_call(rfp, sp_after_call_off * wordSize);
    const Address thread        (rfp, thread_off         * wordSize);

#ifdef ASSERT
    // verify that threads correspond
    {
      Label L, S;
      __ ldr(rscratch1, thread);
      __ cmp(rthread, rscratch1);
      __ br(Assembler::NE, S);
      __ get_thread(rscratch1);
      __ cmp(rthread, rscratch1);
      __ br(Assembler::EQ, L);
      __ bind(S);
      __ stop("StubRoutines::catch_exception: threads must correspond");
      __ bind(L);
    }
#endif

    // set pending exception
    __ verify_oop(r0);

    __ str(r0, Address(rthread, Thread::pending_exception_offset()));
    __ mov(rscratch1, (address)__FILE__);
    __ str(rscratch1, Address(rthread, Thread::exception_file_offset()));
    __ movw(rscratch1, (int)__LINE__);
    __ strw(rscratch1, Address(rthread, Thread::exception_line_offset()));

    // complete return to VM
    assert(StubRoutines::_call_stub_return_address != NULL,
           "_call_stub_return_address must have been generated before");
    __ b(StubRoutines::_call_stub_return_address);

    return start;
  }

  // Continuation point for runtime calls returning with a pending
  // exception.  The pending exception check happened in the runtime
  // or native call stub.  The pending exception in Thread is
  // converted into a Java-level exception.
  //
  // Contract with Java-level exception handlers:
  // r0: exception
  // r3: throwing pc
  //
  // NOTE: At entry of this stub, exception-pc must be in LR !!

  // NOTE: this is always used as a jump target within generated code
  // so it just needs to be generated code wiht no x86 prolog

  address generate_forward_exception() {
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "forward exception");
    address start = __ pc();

    // Upon entry, LR points to the return address returning into
    // Java (interpreted or compiled) code; i.e., the return address
    // becomes the throwing pc.
    //
    // Arguments pushed before the runtime call are still on the stack
    // but the exception handler will reset the stack pointer ->
    // ignore them.  A potential result in registers can be ignored as
    // well.

#ifdef ASSERT
    // make sure this code is only executed if there is a pending exception
    {
      Label L;
      __ ldr(rscratch1, Address(rthread, Thread::pending_exception_offset()));
      __ cbnz(rscratch1, L);
      __ stop("StubRoutines::forward exception: no pending exception (1)");
      __ bind(L);
    }
#endif

    // compute exception handler into r19

    // call the VM to find the handler address associated with the
    // caller address. pass thread in r0 and caller pc (ret address)
    // in r1. n.b. the caller pc is in lr, unlike x86 where it is on
    // the stack.
    __ mov(c_rarg1, lr);
    // lr will be trashed by the VM call so we move it to R19
    // (callee-saved) because we also need to pass it to the handler
    // returned by this call.
    __ mov(r19, lr);
    BLOCK_COMMENT("call exception_handler_for_return_address");
    __ call_VM_leaf(CAST_FROM_FN_PTR(address,
                         SharedRuntime::exception_handler_for_return_address),
                    rthread, c_rarg1);
    // we should not really care that lr is no longer the callee
    // address. we saved the value the handler needs in r19 so we can
    // just copy it to r3. however, the C2 handler will push its own
    // frame and then calls into the VM and the VM code asserts that
    // the PC for the frame above the handler belongs to a compiled
    // Java method. So, we restore lr here to satisfy that assert.
    __ mov(lr, r19);
    // setup r0 & r3 & clear pending exception
    __ mov(r3, r19);
    __ mov(r19, r0);
    __ ldr(r0, Address(rthread, Thread::pending_exception_offset()));
    __ str(zr, Address(rthread, Thread::pending_exception_offset()));

#ifdef ASSERT
    // make sure exception is set
    {
      Label L;
      __ cbnz(r0, L);
      __ stop("StubRoutines::forward exception: no pending exception (2)");
      __ bind(L);
    }
#endif

    // continue at exception handler
    // r0: exception
    // r3: throwing pc
    // r19: exception handler
    __ verify_oop(r0);
    __ br(r19);

    return start;
  }

  // Non-destructive plausibility checks for oops
  //
  // Arguments:
  //    r0: oop to verify
  //    rscratch1: error message
  //
  // Stack after saving c_rarg3:
  //    [tos + 0]: saved c_rarg3
  //    [tos + 1]: saved c_rarg2
  //    [tos + 2]: saved lr
  //    [tos + 3]: saved rscratch2
  //    [tos + 4]: saved r0
  //    [tos + 5]: saved rscratch1
  address generate_verify_oop() {

    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "verify_oop");
    address start = __ pc();

    Label exit, error;

    // save c_rarg2 and c_rarg3
    __ stp(c_rarg3, c_rarg2, Address(__ pre(sp, -16)));

    // __ incrementl(ExternalAddress((address) StubRoutines::verify_oop_count_addr()));
    __ lea(c_rarg2, ExternalAddress((address) StubRoutines::verify_oop_count_addr()));
    __ ldr(c_rarg3, Address(c_rarg2));
    __ add(c_rarg3, c_rarg3, 1);
    __ str(c_rarg3, Address(c_rarg2));

    // object is in r0
    // make sure object is 'reasonable'
    __ cbz(r0, exit); // if obj is NULL it is OK

    // Check if the oop is in the right area of memory
    __ mov(c_rarg3, (intptr_t) Universe::verify_oop_mask());
    __ andr(c_rarg2, r0, c_rarg3);
    __ mov(c_rarg3, (intptr_t) Universe::verify_oop_bits());

    // Compare c_rarg2 and c_rarg3.  We don't use a compare
    // instruction here because the flags register is live.
    __ eor(c_rarg2, c_rarg2, c_rarg3);
    __ cbnz(c_rarg2, error);

    // make sure klass is 'reasonable', which is not zero.
    __ load_klass(r0, r0);  // get klass
    __ cbz(r0, error);      // if klass is NULL it is broken

    // return if everything seems ok
    __ bind(exit);

    __ ldp(c_rarg3, c_rarg2, Address(__ post(sp, 16)));
    __ ret(lr);

    // handle errors
    __ bind(error);
    __ ldp(c_rarg3, c_rarg2, Address(__ post(sp, 16)));

    __ push(RegSet::range(r0, r29), sp);
    // debug(char* msg, int64_t pc, int64_t regs[])
    __ mov(c_rarg0, rscratch1);      // pass address of error message
    __ mov(c_rarg1, lr);             // pass return address
    __ mov(c_rarg2, sp);             // pass address of regs on stack
#ifndef PRODUCT
    assert(frame::arg_reg_save_area_bytes == 0, "not expecting frame reg save area");
#endif
    BLOCK_COMMENT("call MacroAssembler::debug");
    __ mov(rscratch1, CAST_FROM_FN_PTR(address, MacroAssembler::debug64));
    __ blrt(rscratch1, 3, 0, 1);

    return start;
  }

  void array_overlap_test(Label& L_no_overlap, Address::sxtw sf) { __ b(L_no_overlap); }

  // Generate code for an array write pre barrier
  //
  //     addr    -  starting address
  //     count   -  element count
  //     tmp     - scratch register
  //
  //     Destroy no registers except rscratch1 and rscratch2
  //
  void  gen_write_ref_array_pre_barrier(Register addr, Register count, bool dest_uninitialized) {
    BarrierSet* bs = Universe::heap()->barrier_set();
    switch (bs->kind()) {
    case BarrierSet::G1SATBCTLogging:
      // With G1, don't generate the call if we statically know that the target in uninitialized
      if (!dest_uninitialized) {
        __ push_call_clobbered_registers();
        if (count == c_rarg0) {
          if (addr == c_rarg1) {
            // exactly backwards!!
            __ mov(rscratch1, c_rarg0);
            __ mov(c_rarg0, c_rarg1);
            __ mov(c_rarg1, rscratch1);
          } else {
            __ mov(c_rarg1, count);
            __ mov(c_rarg0, addr);
          }
        } else {
          __ mov(c_rarg0, addr);
          __ mov(c_rarg1, count);
        }
        __ call_VM_leaf(CAST_FROM_FN_PTR(address, BarrierSet::static_write_ref_array_pre), 2);
        __ pop_call_clobbered_registers();
        break;
      case BarrierSet::CardTableForRS:
      case BarrierSet::CardTableExtension:
      case BarrierSet::ModRef:
        break;
      default:
        ShouldNotReachHere();

      }
    }
  }

  //
  // Generate code for an array write post barrier
  //
  //  Input:
  //     start    - register containing starting address of destination array
  //     end      - register containing ending address of destination array
  //     scratch  - scratch register
  //
  //  The input registers are overwritten.
  //  The ending address is inclusive.
  void gen_write_ref_array_post_barrier(Register start, Register end, Register scratch) {
    assert_different_registers(start, end, scratch);
    BarrierSet* bs = Universe::heap()->barrier_set();
    switch (bs->kind()) {
      case BarrierSet::G1SATBCTLogging:

        {
          __ push_call_clobbered_registers();
          // must compute element count unless barrier set interface is changed (other platforms supply count)
          assert_different_registers(start, end, scratch);
          __ lea(scratch, Address(end, BytesPerHeapOop));
          __ sub(scratch, scratch, start);               // subtract start to get #bytes
          __ lsr(scratch, scratch, LogBytesPerHeapOop);  // convert to element count
          __ mov(c_rarg0, start);
          __ mov(c_rarg1, scratch);
          __ call_VM_leaf(CAST_FROM_FN_PTR(address, BarrierSet::static_write_ref_array_post), 2);
          __ pop_call_clobbered_registers();
        }
        break;
      case BarrierSet::CardTableForRS:
      case BarrierSet::CardTableExtension:
        {
          CardTableModRefBS* ct = (CardTableModRefBS*)bs;
          assert(sizeof(*ct->byte_map_base) == sizeof(jbyte), "adjust this code");

          Label L_loop;

           __ lsr(start, start, CardTableModRefBS::card_shift);
           __ lsr(end, end, CardTableModRefBS::card_shift);
           __ sub(end, end, start); // number of bytes to copy

          const Register count = end; // 'end' register contains bytes count now
          __ load_byte_map_base(scratch);
          __ add(start, start, scratch);
          if (UseConcMarkSweepGC) {
            __ membar(__ StoreStore);
          }
          __ BIND(L_loop);
          __ strb(zr, Address(start, count));
          __ subs(count, count, 1);
          __ br(Assembler::HS, L_loop);
        }
        break;
      default:
        ShouldNotReachHere();

    }
  }

  typedef enum {
    copy_forwards = 1,
    copy_backwards = -1
  } copy_direction;

  // Bulk copy of blocks of 8 words.
  //
  // count is a count of words.
  //
  // Precondition: count >= 2
  //
  // Postconditions:
  //
  // The least significant bit of count contains the remaining count
  // of words to copy.  The rest of count is trash.
  //
  // s and d are adjusted to point to the remaining words to copy
  //
  void generate_copy_longs(Label &start, Register s, Register d, Register count,
                           copy_direction direction) {
    int unit = wordSize * direction;

    int offset;
    const Register t0 = r3, t1 = r4, t2 = r5, t3 = r6,
      t4 = r7, t5 = r10, t6 = r11, t7 = r12;
    const Register stride = r13;

    assert_different_registers(rscratch1, t0, t1, t2, t3, t4, t5, t6, t7);
    assert_different_registers(s, d, count, rscratch1);

    Label again, large, small;
    const char *stub_name;
    if (direction == copy_forwards)
      stub_name = "foward_copy_longs";
    else
      stub_name = "backward_copy_longs";
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", stub_name);
    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    __ bind(start);
    __ cmp(count, 8);
    __ br(Assembler::LO, small);
    if (direction == copy_forwards) {
      __ sub(s, s, 2 * wordSize);
      __ sub(d, d, 2 * wordSize);
    }
    __ subs(count, count, 16);
    __ br(Assembler::GE, large);

    // 8 <= count < 16 words.  Copy 8.
    __ ldp(t0, t1, Address(s, 2 * unit));
    __ ldp(t2, t3, Address(s, 4 * unit));
    __ ldp(t4, t5, Address(s, 6 * unit));
    __ ldp(t6, t7, Address(__ pre(s, 8 * unit)));

    __ stp(t0, t1, Address(d, 2 * unit));
    __ stp(t2, t3, Address(d, 4 * unit));
    __ stp(t4, t5, Address(d, 6 * unit));
    __ stp(t6, t7, Address(__ pre(d, 8 * unit)));

    if (direction == copy_forwards) {
      __ add(s, s, 2 * wordSize);
      __ add(d, d, 2 * wordSize);
    }

    {
      Label L1, L2;
      __ bind(small);
      __ tbz(count, exact_log2(4), L1);
      __ ldp(t0, t1, Address(__ adjust(s, 2 * unit, direction == copy_backwards)));
      __ ldp(t2, t3, Address(__ adjust(s, 2 * unit, direction == copy_backwards)));
      __ stp(t0, t1, Address(__ adjust(d, 2 * unit, direction == copy_backwards)));
      __ stp(t2, t3, Address(__ adjust(d, 2 * unit, direction == copy_backwards)));
      __ bind(L1);

      __ tbz(count, 1, L2);
      __ ldp(t0, t1, Address(__ adjust(s, 2 * unit, direction == copy_backwards)));
      __ stp(t0, t1, Address(__ adjust(d, 2 * unit, direction == copy_backwards)));
      __ bind(L2);
    }

    __ ret(lr);

    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    __ bind(large);

    // Fill 8 registers
    __ ldp(t0, t1, Address(s, 2 * unit));
    __ ldp(t2, t3, Address(s, 4 * unit));
    __ ldp(t4, t5, Address(s, 6 * unit));
    __ ldp(t6, t7, Address(__ pre(s, 8 * unit)));

    int prefetch = PrefetchCopyIntervalInBytes;
    bool use_stride = false;
    if (direction == copy_backwards) {
       use_stride = prefetch > 256;
       prefetch = -prefetch;
       if (use_stride) __ mov(stride, prefetch);
    }

    __ bind(again);

    if (PrefetchCopyIntervalInBytes > 0)
      __ prfm(use_stride ? Address(s, stride) : Address(s, prefetch), PLDL1KEEP);

    __ stp(t0, t1, Address(d, 2 * unit));
    __ ldp(t0, t1, Address(s, 2 * unit));
    __ stp(t2, t3, Address(d, 4 * unit));
    __ ldp(t2, t3, Address(s, 4 * unit));
    __ stp(t4, t5, Address(d, 6 * unit));
    __ ldp(t4, t5, Address(s, 6 * unit));
    __ stp(t6, t7, Address(__ pre(d, 8 * unit)));
    __ ldp(t6, t7, Address(__ pre(s, 8 * unit)));

    __ subs(count, count, 8);
    __ br(Assembler::HS, again);

    // Drain
    __ stp(t0, t1, Address(d, 2 * unit));
    __ stp(t2, t3, Address(d, 4 * unit));
    __ stp(t4, t5, Address(d, 6 * unit));
    __ stp(t6, t7, Address(__ pre(d, 8 * unit)));

    if (direction == copy_forwards) {
      __ add(s, s, 2 * wordSize);
      __ add(d, d, 2 * wordSize);
    }

    {
      Label L1, L2;
      __ tbz(count, exact_log2(4), L1);
      __ ldp(t0, t1, Address(__ adjust(s, 2 * unit, direction == copy_backwards)));
      __ ldp(t2, t3, Address(__ adjust(s, 2 * unit, direction == copy_backwards)));
      __ stp(t0, t1, Address(__ adjust(d, 2 * unit, direction == copy_backwards)));
      __ stp(t2, t3, Address(__ adjust(d, 2 * unit, direction == copy_backwards)));
      __ bind(L1);

      __ tbz(count, 1, L2);
      __ ldp(t0, t1, Address(__ adjust(s, 2 * unit, direction == copy_backwards)));
      __ stp(t0, t1, Address(__ adjust(d, 2 * unit, direction == copy_backwards)));
      __ bind(L2);
    }

    __ ret(lr);
  }

  // Small copy: less than 16 bytes.
  //
  // NB: Ignores all of the bits of count which represent more than 15
  // bytes, so a caller doesn't have to mask them.

  void copy_memory_small(Register s, Register d, Register count, Register tmp, int step) {
    bool is_backwards = step < 0;
    size_t granularity = uabs(step);
    int direction = is_backwards ? -1 : 1;
    int unit = wordSize * direction;

    Label Lpair, Lword, Lint, Lshort, Lbyte;

    assert(granularity
           && granularity <= sizeof (jlong), "Impossible granularity in copy_memory_small");

    const Register t0 = r3, t1 = r4, t2 = r5, t3 = r6;

    // ??? I don't know if this bit-test-and-branch is the right thing
    // to do.  It does a lot of jumping, resulting in several
    // mispredicted branches.  It might make more sense to do this
    // with something like Duff's device with a single computed branch.

    __ tbz(count, 3 - exact_log2(granularity), Lword);
    __ ldr(tmp, Address(__ adjust(s, unit, is_backwards)));
    __ str(tmp, Address(__ adjust(d, unit, is_backwards)));
    __ bind(Lword);

    if (granularity <= sizeof (jint)) {
      __ tbz(count, 2 - exact_log2(granularity), Lint);
      __ ldrw(tmp, Address(__ adjust(s, sizeof (jint) * direction, is_backwards)));
      __ strw(tmp, Address(__ adjust(d, sizeof (jint) * direction, is_backwards)));
      __ bind(Lint);
    }

    if (granularity <= sizeof (jshort)) {
      __ tbz(count, 1 - exact_log2(granularity), Lshort);
      __ ldrh(tmp, Address(__ adjust(s, sizeof (jshort) * direction, is_backwards)));
      __ strh(tmp, Address(__ adjust(d, sizeof (jshort) * direction, is_backwards)));
      __ bind(Lshort);
    }

    if (granularity <= sizeof (jbyte)) {
      __ tbz(count, 0, Lbyte);
      __ ldrb(tmp, Address(__ adjust(s, sizeof (jbyte) * direction, is_backwards)));
      __ strb(tmp, Address(__ adjust(d, sizeof (jbyte) * direction, is_backwards)));
      __ bind(Lbyte);
    }
  }

  Label copy_f, copy_b;

  // All-singing all-dancing memory copy.
  //
  // Copy count units of memory from s to d.  The size of a unit is
  // step, which can be positive or negative depending on the direction
  // of copy.  If is_aligned is false, we align the source address.
  //

  void copy_memory(bool is_aligned, Register s, Register d,
                   Register count, Register tmp, int step) {
    copy_direction direction = step < 0 ? copy_backwards : copy_forwards;
    bool is_backwards = step < 0;
    int granularity = uabs(step);
    const Register t0 = r3, t1 = r4;

    if (is_backwards) {
      __ lea(s, Address(s, count, Address::lsl(exact_log2(-step))));
      __ lea(d, Address(d, count, Address::lsl(exact_log2(-step))));
    }

    Label tail;

    __ cmp(count, 16/granularity);
    __ br(Assembler::LO, tail);

    // Now we've got the small case out of the way we can align the
    // source address on a 2-word boundary.

    Label aligned;

    if (is_aligned) {
      // We may have to adjust by 1 word to get s 2-word-aligned.
      __ tbz(s, exact_log2(wordSize), aligned);
      __ ldr(tmp, Address(__ adjust(s, direction * wordSize, is_backwards)));
      __ str(tmp, Address(__ adjust(d, direction * wordSize, is_backwards)));
      __ sub(count, count, wordSize/granularity);
    } else {
      if (is_backwards) {
        __ andr(rscratch2, s, 2 * wordSize - 1);
      } else {
        __ neg(rscratch2, s);
        __ andr(rscratch2, rscratch2, 2 * wordSize - 1);
      }
      // rscratch2 is the byte adjustment needed to align s.
      __ cbz(rscratch2, aligned);
      int shift = exact_log2(granularity);
      if (shift)  __ lsr(rscratch2, rscratch2, shift);
      __ sub(count, count, rscratch2);

#if 0
      // ?? This code is only correct for a disjoint copy.  It may or
      // may not make sense to use it in that case.

      // Copy the first pair; s and d may not be aligned.
      __ ldp(t0, t1, Address(s, is_backwards ? -2 * wordSize : 0));
      __ stp(t0, t1, Address(d, is_backwards ? -2 * wordSize : 0));

      // Align s and d, adjust count
      if (is_backwards) {
        __ sub(s, s, rscratch2);
        __ sub(d, d, rscratch2);
      } else {
        __ add(s, s, rscratch2);
        __ add(d, d, rscratch2);
      }
#else
      copy_memory_small(s, d, rscratch2, rscratch1, step);
#endif
    }

    __ cmp(count, 16/granularity);
    __ br(Assembler::LT, tail);
    __ bind(aligned);

    // s is now 2-word-aligned.

    // We have a count of units and some trailing bytes.  Adjust the
    // count and do a bulk copy of words.
    __ lsr(rscratch2, count, exact_log2(wordSize/granularity));
    if (direction == copy_forwards)
      __ bl(copy_f);
    else
      __ bl(copy_b);

    // And the tail.

    __ bind(tail);
    copy_memory_small(s, d, count, tmp, step);
  }


  void clobber_registers() {
#ifdef ASSERT
    __ mov(rscratch1, (uint64_t)0xdeadbeef);
    __ orr(rscratch1, rscratch1, rscratch1, Assembler::LSL, 32);
    for (Register r = r3; r <= r18; r++)
      if (r != rscratch1) __ mov(r, rscratch1);
#endif
  }

  // Scan over array at a for count oops, verifying each one.
  // Preserves a and count, clobbers rscratch1 and rscratch2.
  void verify_oop_array (size_t size, Register a, Register count, Register temp) {
    Label loop, end;
    __ mov(rscratch1, a);
    __ mov(rscratch2, zr);
    __ bind(loop);
    __ cmp(rscratch2, count);
    __ br(Assembler::HS, end);
    if (size == (size_t)wordSize) {
      __ ldr(temp, Address(a, rscratch2, Address::lsl(exact_log2(size))));
      __ verify_oop(temp);
    } else {
      __ ldrw(r16, Address(a, rscratch2, Address::lsl(exact_log2(size))));
      __ decode_heap_oop(temp); // calls verify_oop
    }
    __ add(rscratch2, rscratch2, size);
    __ b(loop);
    __ bind(end);
  }

  // Arguments:
  //   aligned - true => Input and output aligned on a HeapWord == 8-byte boundary
  //             ignored
  //   is_oop  - true => oop array, so generate store check code
  //   name    - stub name string
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination array address
  //   c_rarg2   - element count, treated as ssize_t, can be zero
  //
  // If 'from' and/or 'to' are aligned on 4-byte boundaries, we let
  // the hardware handle it.  The two dwords within qwords that span
  // cache line boundaries will still be loaded and stored atomicly.
  //
  // Side Effects:
  //   disjoint_int_copy_entry is set to the no-overlap entry point
  //   used by generate_conjoint_int_oop_copy().
  //
  address generate_disjoint_copy(size_t size, bool aligned, bool is_oop, address *entry,
                                  const char *name, bool dest_uninitialized = false) {
    Register s = c_rarg0, d = c_rarg1, count = c_rarg2;
    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", name);
    address start = __ pc();
    __ enter();

    if (entry != NULL) {
      *entry = __ pc();
      // caller can pass a 64-bit byte count here (from Unsafe.copyMemory)
      BLOCK_COMMENT("Entry:");
    }

    if (is_oop) {
      __ push(RegSet::of(d, count), sp);
      // no registers are destroyed by this call
      gen_write_ref_array_pre_barrier(d, count, dest_uninitialized);
    }
    copy_memory(aligned, s, d, count, rscratch1, size);
    if (is_oop) {
      __ pop(RegSet::of(d, count), sp);
      if (VerifyOops)
        verify_oop_array(size, d, count, r16);
      __ sub(count, count, 1); // make an inclusive end pointer
      __ lea(count, Address(d, count, Address::lsl(exact_log2(size))));
      gen_write_ref_array_post_barrier(d, count, rscratch1);
    }
    __ leave();
    __ mov(r0, zr); // return 0
    __ ret(lr);
#ifdef BUILTIN_SIM
    {
      AArch64Simulator *sim = AArch64Simulator::get_current(UseSimulatorCache, DisableBCCheck);
      sim->notifyCompile(const_cast<char*>(name), start);
    }
#endif
    return start;
  }

  // Arguments:
  //   aligned - true => Input and output aligned on a HeapWord == 8-byte boundary
  //             ignored
  //   is_oop  - true => oop array, so generate store check code
  //   name    - stub name string
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination array address
  //   c_rarg2   - element count, treated as ssize_t, can be zero
  //
  // If 'from' and/or 'to' are aligned on 4-byte boundaries, we let
  // the hardware handle it.  The two dwords within qwords that span
  // cache line boundaries will still be loaded and stored atomicly.
  //
  address generate_conjoint_copy(size_t size, bool aligned, bool is_oop, address nooverlap_target,
                                 address *entry, const char *name,
                                 bool dest_uninitialized = false) {
    Register s = c_rarg0, d = c_rarg1, count = c_rarg2;

    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", name);
    address start = __ pc();
    __ enter();

    if (entry != NULL) {
      *entry = __ pc();
      // caller can pass a 64-bit byte count here (from Unsafe.copyMemory)
      BLOCK_COMMENT("Entry:");
    }

    // use fwd copy when (d-s) above_equal (count*size)
    __ sub(rscratch1, d, s);
    __ cmp(rscratch1, count, Assembler::LSL, exact_log2(size));
    __ br(Assembler::HS, nooverlap_target);

    if (is_oop) {
      __ push(RegSet::of(d, count), sp);
      // no registers are destroyed by this call
      gen_write_ref_array_pre_barrier(d, count, dest_uninitialized);
    }
    copy_memory(aligned, s, d, count, rscratch1, -size);
    if (is_oop) {
      __ pop(RegSet::of(d, count), sp);
      if (VerifyOops)
        verify_oop_array(size, d, count, r16);
      __ sub(count, count, 1); // make an inclusive end pointer
      __ lea(count, Address(d, count, Address::uxtw(exact_log2(size))));
      gen_write_ref_array_post_barrier(d, count, rscratch1);
    }
    __ leave();
    __ mov(r0, zr); // return 0
    __ ret(lr);
#ifdef BUILTIN_SIM
    {
      AArch64Simulator *sim = AArch64Simulator::get_current(UseSimulatorCache, DisableBCCheck);
      sim->notifyCompile(const_cast<char*>(name), start);
    }
#endif
    return start;
}

  // Arguments:
  //   aligned - true => Input and output aligned on a HeapWord == 8-byte boundary
  //             ignored
  //   name    - stub name string
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination array address
  //   c_rarg2   - element count, treated as ssize_t, can be zero
  //
  // If 'from' and/or 'to' are aligned on 4-, 2-, or 1-byte boundaries,
  // we let the hardware handle it.  The one to eight bytes within words,
  // dwords or qwords that span cache line boundaries will still be loaded
  // and stored atomically.
  //
  // Side Effects:
  //   disjoint_byte_copy_entry is set to the no-overlap entry point  //
  // If 'from' and/or 'to' are aligned on 4-, 2-, or 1-byte boundaries,
  // we let the hardware handle it.  The one to eight bytes within words,
  // dwords or qwords that span cache line boundaries will still be loaded
  // and stored atomically.
  //
  // Side Effects:
  //   disjoint_byte_copy_entry is set to the no-overlap entry point
  //   used by generate_conjoint_byte_copy().
  //
  address generate_disjoint_byte_copy(bool aligned, address* entry, const char *name) {
    const bool not_oop = false;
    return generate_disjoint_copy(sizeof (jbyte), aligned, not_oop, entry, name);
  }

  // Arguments:
  //   aligned - true => Input and output aligned on a HeapWord == 8-byte boundary
  //             ignored
  //   name    - stub name string
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination array address
  //   c_rarg2   - element count, treated as ssize_t, can be zero
  //
  // If 'from' and/or 'to' are aligned on 4-, 2-, or 1-byte boundaries,
  // we let the hardware handle it.  The one to eight bytes within words,
  // dwords or qwords that span cache line boundaries will still be loaded
  // and stored atomically.
  //
  address generate_conjoint_byte_copy(bool aligned, address nooverlap_target,
                                      address* entry, const char *name) {
    const bool not_oop = false;
    return generate_conjoint_copy(sizeof (jbyte), aligned, not_oop, nooverlap_target, entry, name);
  }

  // Arguments:
  //   aligned - true => Input and output aligned on a HeapWord == 8-byte boundary
  //             ignored
  //   name    - stub name string
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination array address
  //   c_rarg2   - element count, treated as ssize_t, can be zero
  //
  // If 'from' and/or 'to' are aligned on 4- or 2-byte boundaries, we
  // let the hardware handle it.  The two or four words within dwords
  // or qwords that span cache line boundaries will still be loaded
  // and stored atomically.
  //
  // Side Effects:
  //   disjoint_short_copy_entry is set to the no-overlap entry point
  //   used by generate_conjoint_short_copy().
  //
  address generate_disjoint_short_copy(bool aligned,
                                       address* entry, const char *name) {
    const bool not_oop = false;
    return generate_disjoint_copy(sizeof (jshort), aligned, not_oop, entry, name);
  }

  // Arguments:
  //   aligned - true => Input and output aligned on a HeapWord == 8-byte boundary
  //             ignored
  //   name    - stub name string
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination array address
  //   c_rarg2   - element count, treated as ssize_t, can be zero
  //
  // If 'from' and/or 'to' are aligned on 4- or 2-byte boundaries, we
  // let the hardware handle it.  The two or four words within dwords
  // or qwords that span cache line boundaries will still be loaded
  // and stored atomically.
  //
  address generate_conjoint_short_copy(bool aligned, address nooverlap_target,
                                       address *entry, const char *name) {
    const bool not_oop = false;
    return generate_conjoint_copy(sizeof (jshort), aligned, not_oop, nooverlap_target, entry, name);

  }
  // Arguments:
  //   aligned - true => Input and output aligned on a HeapWord == 8-byte boundary
  //             ignored
  //   name    - stub name string
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination array address
  //   c_rarg2   - element count, treated as ssize_t, can be zero
  //
  // If 'from' and/or 'to' are aligned on 4-byte boundaries, we let
  // the hardware handle it.  The two dwords within qwords that span
  // cache line boundaries will still be loaded and stored atomicly.
  //
  // Side Effects:
  //   disjoint_int_copy_entry is set to the no-overlap entry point
  //   used by generate_conjoint_int_oop_copy().
  //
  address generate_disjoint_int_copy(bool aligned, address *entry,
                                         const char *name, bool dest_uninitialized = false) {
    const bool not_oop = false;
    return generate_disjoint_copy(sizeof (jint), aligned, not_oop, entry, name);
  }

  // Arguments:
  //   aligned - true => Input and output aligned on a HeapWord == 8-byte boundary
  //             ignored
  //   name    - stub name string
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination array address
  //   c_rarg2   - element count, treated as ssize_t, can be zero
  //
  // If 'from' and/or 'to' are aligned on 4-byte boundaries, we let
  // the hardware handle it.  The two dwords within qwords that span
  // cache line boundaries will still be loaded and stored atomicly.
  //
  address generate_conjoint_int_copy(bool aligned, address nooverlap_target,
                                     address *entry, const char *name,
                                     bool dest_uninitialized = false) {
    const bool not_oop = false;
    return generate_conjoint_copy(sizeof (jint), aligned, not_oop, nooverlap_target, entry, name);
  }


  // Arguments:
  //   aligned - true => Input and output aligned on a HeapWord boundary == 8 bytes
  //             ignored
  //   name    - stub name string
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination array address
  //   c_rarg2   - element count, treated as size_t, can be zero
  //
  // Side Effects:
  //   disjoint_oop_copy_entry or disjoint_long_copy_entry is set to the
  //   no-overlap entry point used by generate_conjoint_long_oop_copy().
  //
  address generate_disjoint_long_copy(bool aligned, address *entry,
                                          const char *name, bool dest_uninitialized = false) {
    const bool not_oop = false;
    return generate_disjoint_copy(sizeof (jlong), aligned, not_oop, entry, name);
  }

  // Arguments:
  //   aligned - true => Input and output aligned on a HeapWord boundary == 8 bytes
  //             ignored
  //   name    - stub name string
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination array address
  //   c_rarg2   - element count, treated as size_t, can be zero
  //
  address generate_conjoint_long_copy(bool aligned,
                                      address nooverlap_target, address *entry,
                                      const char *name, bool dest_uninitialized = false) {
    const bool not_oop = false;
    return generate_conjoint_copy(sizeof (jlong), aligned, not_oop, nooverlap_target, entry, name);
  }

  // Arguments:
  //   aligned - true => Input and output aligned on a HeapWord boundary == 8 bytes
  //             ignored
  //   name    - stub name string
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination array address
  //   c_rarg2   - element count, treated as size_t, can be zero
  //
  // Side Effects:
  //   disjoint_oop_copy_entry or disjoint_long_copy_entry is set to the
  //   no-overlap entry point used by generate_conjoint_long_oop_copy().
  //
  address generate_disjoint_oop_copy(bool aligned, address *entry,
                                     const char *name, bool dest_uninitialized) {
    const bool is_oop = true;
    const size_t size = UseCompressedOops ? sizeof (jint) : sizeof (jlong);
    return generate_disjoint_copy(size, aligned, is_oop, entry, name, dest_uninitialized);
  }

  // Arguments:
  //   aligned - true => Input and output aligned on a HeapWord boundary == 8 bytes
  //             ignored
  //   name    - stub name string
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination array address
  //   c_rarg2   - element count, treated as size_t, can be zero
  //
  address generate_conjoint_oop_copy(bool aligned,
                                     address nooverlap_target, address *entry,
                                     const char *name, bool dest_uninitialized) {
    const bool is_oop = true;
    const size_t size = UseCompressedOops ? sizeof (jint) : sizeof (jlong);
    return generate_conjoint_copy(size, aligned, is_oop, nooverlap_target, entry,
                                  name, dest_uninitialized);
  }


  // Helper for generating a dynamic type check.
  // Smashes rscratch1.
  void generate_type_check(Register sub_klass,
                           Register super_check_offset,
                           Register super_klass,
                           Label& L_success) {
    assert_different_registers(sub_klass, super_check_offset, super_klass);

    BLOCK_COMMENT("type_check:");

    Label L_miss;

    __ check_klass_subtype_fast_path(sub_klass, super_klass, noreg,        &L_success, &L_miss, NULL,
                                     super_check_offset);
    __ check_klass_subtype_slow_path(sub_klass, super_klass, noreg, noreg, &L_success, NULL);

    // Fall through on failure!
    __ BIND(L_miss);
  }

  //
  //  Generate checkcasting array copy stub
  //
  //  Input:
  //    c_rarg0   - source array address
  //    c_rarg1   - destination array address
  //    c_rarg2   - element count, treated as ssize_t, can be zero
  //    c_rarg3   - size_t ckoff (super_check_offset)
  //    c_rarg4   - oop ckval (super_klass)
  //
  //  Output:
  //    r0 ==  0  -  success
  //    r0 == -1^K - failure, where K is partial transfer count
  //
  address generate_checkcast_copy(const char *name, address *entry,
                                  bool dest_uninitialized = false) {

    Label L_load_element, L_store_element, L_do_card_marks, L_done, L_done_pop;

    // Input registers (after setup_arg_regs)
    const Register from        = c_rarg0;   // source array address
    const Register to          = c_rarg1;   // destination array address
    const Register count       = c_rarg2;   // elementscount
    const Register ckoff       = c_rarg3;   // super_check_offset
    const Register ckval       = c_rarg4;   // super_klass

    // Registers used as temps (r18, r19, r20 are save-on-entry)
    const Register count_save  = r21;       // orig elementscount
    const Register start_to    = r20;       // destination array start address
    const Register copied_oop  = r18;       // actual oop copied
    const Register r19_klass   = r19;       // oop._klass

    //---------------------------------------------------------------
    // Assembler stub will be used for this call to arraycopy
    // if the two arrays are subtypes of Object[] but the
    // destination array type is not equal to or a supertype
    // of the source type.  Each element must be separately
    // checked.

    assert_different_registers(from, to, count, ckoff, ckval, start_to,
                               copied_oop, r19_klass, count_save);

    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", name);
    address start = __ pc();

    __ enter(); // required for proper stackwalking of RuntimeStub frame

#ifdef ASSERT
    // caller guarantees that the arrays really are different
    // otherwise, we would have to make conjoint checks
    { Label L;
      array_overlap_test(L, TIMES_OOP);
      __ stop("checkcast_copy within a single array");
      __ bind(L);
    }
#endif //ASSERT

    // Caller of this entry point must set up the argument registers.
    if (entry != NULL) {
      *entry = __ pc();
      BLOCK_COMMENT("Entry:");
    }

     // Empty array:  Nothing to do.
    __ cbz(count, L_done);

    __ push(RegSet::of(r18, r19, r20, r21), sp);

#ifdef ASSERT
    BLOCK_COMMENT("assert consistent ckoff/ckval");
    // The ckoff and ckval must be mutually consistent,
    // even though caller generates both.
    { Label L;
      int sco_offset = in_bytes(Klass::super_check_offset_offset());
      __ ldrw(start_to, Address(ckval, sco_offset));
      __ cmpw(ckoff, start_to);
      __ br(Assembler::EQ, L);
      __ stop("super_check_offset inconsistent");
      __ bind(L);
    }
#endif //ASSERT

    gen_write_ref_array_pre_barrier(to, count, dest_uninitialized);

    // save the original count
    __ mov(count_save, count);

    // Copy from low to high addresses
    __ mov(start_to, to);              // Save destination array start address
    __ b(L_load_element);

    // ======== begin loop ========
    // (Loop is rotated; its entry is L_load_element.)
    // Loop control:
    //   for (; count != 0; count--) {
    //     copied_oop = load_heap_oop(from++);
    //     ... generate_type_check ...;
    //     store_heap_oop(to++, copied_oop);
    //   }
    __ align(OptoLoopAlignment);

    __ BIND(L_store_element);
    __ store_heap_oop(__ post(to, UseCompressedOops ? 4 : 8), copied_oop);  // store the oop
    __ sub(count, count, 1);
    __ cbz(count, L_do_card_marks);

    // ======== loop entry is here ========
    __ BIND(L_load_element);
    __ load_heap_oop(copied_oop, __ post(from, UseCompressedOops ? 4 : 8)); // load the oop
    __ cbz(copied_oop, L_store_element);

    __ load_klass(r19_klass, copied_oop);// query the object klass
    generate_type_check(r19_klass, ckoff, ckval, L_store_element);
    // ======== end loop ========

    // It was a real error; we must depend on the caller to finish the job.
    // Register count = remaining oops, count_orig = total oops.
    // Emit GC store barriers for the oops we have copied and report
    // their number to the caller.

    __ subs(count, count_save, count);     // K = partially copied oop count
    __ eon(count, count, zr);                   // report (-1^K) to caller
    __ br(Assembler::EQ, L_done_pop);

    __ BIND(L_do_card_marks);
    __ add(to, to, -heapOopSize);         // make an inclusive end pointer
    gen_write_ref_array_post_barrier(start_to, to, rscratch1);

    __ bind(L_done_pop);
    __ pop(RegSet::of(r18, r19, r20, r21), sp);
    inc_counter_np(SharedRuntime::_checkcast_array_copy_ctr);

    __ bind(L_done);
    __ mov(r0, count);
    __ leave();
    __ ret(lr);

    return start;
  }

  // Perform range checks on the proposed arraycopy.
  // Kills temp, but nothing else.
  // Also, clean the sign bits of src_pos and dst_pos.
  void arraycopy_range_checks(Register src,     // source array oop (c_rarg0)
                              Register src_pos, // source position (c_rarg1)
                              Register dst,     // destination array oo (c_rarg2)
                              Register dst_pos, // destination position (c_rarg3)
                              Register length,
                              Register temp,
                              Label& L_failed) {
    BLOCK_COMMENT("arraycopy_range_checks:");

    assert_different_registers(rscratch1, temp);

    //  if (src_pos + length > arrayOop(src)->length())  FAIL;
    __ ldrw(rscratch1, Address(src, arrayOopDesc::length_offset_in_bytes()));
    __ addw(temp, length, src_pos);
    __ cmpw(temp, rscratch1);
    __ br(Assembler::HI, L_failed);

    //  if (dst_pos + length > arrayOop(dst)->length())  FAIL;
    __ ldrw(rscratch1, Address(dst, arrayOopDesc::length_offset_in_bytes()));
    __ addw(temp, length, dst_pos);
    __ cmpw(temp, rscratch1);
    __ br(Assembler::HI, L_failed);

    // Have to clean up high 32 bits of 'src_pos' and 'dst_pos'.
    __ movw(src_pos, src_pos);
    __ movw(dst_pos, dst_pos);

    BLOCK_COMMENT("arraycopy_range_checks done");
  }

  // These stubs get called from some dumb test routine.
  // I'll write them properly when they're called from
  // something that's actually doing something.
  static void fake_arraycopy_stub(address src, address dst, int count) {
    assert(count == 0, "huh?");
  }


  //
  //  Generate 'unsafe' array copy stub
  //  Though just as safe as the other stubs, it takes an unscaled
  //  size_t argument instead of an element count.
  //
  //  Input:
  //    c_rarg0   - source array address
  //    c_rarg1   - destination array address
  //    c_rarg2   - byte count, treated as ssize_t, can be zero
  //
  // Examines the alignment of the operands and dispatches
  // to a long, int, short, or byte copy loop.
  //
  address generate_unsafe_copy(const char *name,
                               address byte_copy_entry) {
#ifdef PRODUCT
    return StubRoutines::_jbyte_arraycopy;
#else
    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", name);
    address start = __ pc();
    __ enter(); // required for proper stackwalking of RuntimeStub frame
    // bump this on entry, not on exit:
    __ lea(rscratch2, ExternalAddress((address)&SharedRuntime::_unsafe_array_copy_ctr));
    __ incrementw(Address(rscratch2));
    __ b(RuntimeAddress(byte_copy_entry));
    return start;
#endif
  }

  //
  //  Generate generic array copy stubs
  //
  //  Input:
  //    c_rarg0    -  src oop
  //    c_rarg1    -  src_pos (32-bits)
  //    c_rarg2    -  dst oop
  //    c_rarg3    -  dst_pos (32-bits)
  //    c_rarg4    -  element count (32-bits)
  //
  //  Output:
  //    r0 ==  0  -  success
  //    r0 == -1^K - failure, where K is partial transfer count
  //
  address generate_generic_copy(const char *name,
                                address byte_copy_entry, address short_copy_entry,
                                address int_copy_entry, address oop_copy_entry,
                                address long_copy_entry, address checkcast_copy_entry) {

    Label L_failed, L_failed_0, L_objArray;
    Label L_copy_bytes, L_copy_shorts, L_copy_ints, L_copy_longs;

    // Input registers
    const Register src        = c_rarg0;  // source array oop
    const Register src_pos    = c_rarg1;  // source position
    const Register dst        = c_rarg2;  // destination array oop
    const Register dst_pos    = c_rarg3;  // destination position
    const Register length     = c_rarg4;

    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", name);

    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    address start = __ pc();

    __ enter(); // required for proper stackwalking of RuntimeStub frame

    // bump this on entry, not on exit:
    inc_counter_np(SharedRuntime::_generic_array_copy_ctr);

    //-----------------------------------------------------------------------
    // Assembler stub will be used for this call to arraycopy
    // if the following conditions are met:
    //
    // (1) src and dst must not be null.
    // (2) src_pos must not be negative.
    // (3) dst_pos must not be negative.
    // (4) length  must not be negative.
    // (5) src klass and dst klass should be the same and not NULL.
    // (6) src and dst should be arrays.
    // (7) src_pos + length must not exceed length of src.
    // (8) dst_pos + length must not exceed length of dst.
    //

    //  if (src == NULL) return -1;
    __ cbz(src, L_failed);

    //  if (src_pos < 0) return -1;
    __ tbnz(src_pos, 31, L_failed);  // i.e. sign bit set

    //  if (dst == NULL) return -1;
    __ cbz(dst, L_failed);

    //  if (dst_pos < 0) return -1;
    __ tbnz(dst_pos, 31, L_failed);  // i.e. sign bit set

    // registers used as temp
    const Register scratch_length    = r16; // elements count to copy
    const Register scratch_src_klass = r17; // array klass
    const Register lh                = r18; // layout helper

    //  if (length < 0) return -1;
    __ movw(scratch_length, length);        // length (elements count, 32-bits value)
    __ tbnz(scratch_length, 31, L_failed);  // i.e. sign bit set

    __ load_klass(scratch_src_klass, src);
#ifdef ASSERT
    //  assert(src->klass() != NULL);
    {
      BLOCK_COMMENT("assert klasses not null {");
      Label L1, L2;
      __ cbnz(scratch_src_klass, L2);   // it is broken if klass is NULL
      __ bind(L1);
      __ stop("broken null klass");
      __ bind(L2);
      __ load_klass(rscratch1, dst);
      __ cbz(rscratch1, L1);     // this would be broken also
      BLOCK_COMMENT("} assert klasses not null done");
    }
#endif

    // Load layout helper (32-bits)
    //
    //  |array_tag|     | header_size | element_type |     |log2_element_size|
    // 32        30    24            16              8     2                 0
    //
    //   array_tag: typeArray = 0x3, objArray = 0x2, non-array = 0x0
    //

    const int lh_offset = in_bytes(Klass::layout_helper_offset());

    // Handle objArrays completely differently...
    const jint objArray_lh = Klass::array_layout_helper(T_OBJECT);
    __ ldrw(lh, Address(scratch_src_klass, lh_offset));
    __ movw(rscratch1, objArray_lh);
    __ eorw(rscratch2, lh, rscratch1);
    __ cbzw(rscratch2, L_objArray);

    //  if (src->klass() != dst->klass()) return -1;
    __ load_klass(rscratch2, dst);
    __ eor(rscratch2, rscratch2, scratch_src_klass);
    __ cbnz(rscratch2, L_failed);

    //  if (!src->is_Array()) return -1;
    __ tbz(lh, 31, L_failed);  // i.e. (lh >= 0)

    // At this point, it is known to be a typeArray (array_tag 0x3).
#ifdef ASSERT
    {
      BLOCK_COMMENT("assert primitive array {");
      Label L;
      __ movw(rscratch2, Klass::_lh_array_tag_type_value << Klass::_lh_array_tag_shift);
      __ cmpw(lh, rscratch2);
      __ br(Assembler::GE, L);
      __ stop("must be a primitive array");
      __ bind(L);
      BLOCK_COMMENT("} assert primitive array done");
    }
#endif

    arraycopy_range_checks(src, src_pos, dst, dst_pos, scratch_length,
                           rscratch2, L_failed);

    // TypeArrayKlass
    //
    // src_addr = (src + array_header_in_bytes()) + (src_pos << log2elemsize);
    // dst_addr = (dst + array_header_in_bytes()) + (dst_pos << log2elemsize);
    //

    const Register rscratch1_offset = rscratch1;    // array offset
    const Register r18_elsize = lh; // element size

    __ ubfx(rscratch1_offset, lh, Klass::_lh_header_size_shift,
           exact_log2(Klass::_lh_header_size_mask+1));   // array_offset
    __ add(src, src, rscratch1_offset);           // src array offset
    __ add(dst, dst, rscratch1_offset);           // dst array offset
    BLOCK_COMMENT("choose copy loop based on element size");

    // next registers should be set before the jump to corresponding stub
    const Register from     = c_rarg0;  // source array address
    const Register to       = c_rarg1;  // destination array address
    const Register count    = c_rarg2;  // elements count

    // 'from', 'to', 'count' registers should be set in such order
    // since they are the same as 'src', 'src_pos', 'dst'.

    assert(Klass::_lh_log2_element_size_shift == 0, "fix this code");

    // The possible values of elsize are 0-3, i.e. exact_log2(element
    // size in bytes).  We do a simple bitwise binary search.
  __ BIND(L_copy_bytes);
    __ tbnz(r18_elsize, 1, L_copy_ints);
    __ tbnz(r18_elsize, 0, L_copy_shorts);
    __ lea(from, Address(src, src_pos));// src_addr
    __ lea(to,   Address(dst, dst_pos));// dst_addr
    __ movw(count, scratch_length); // length
    __ b(RuntimeAddress(byte_copy_entry));

  __ BIND(L_copy_shorts);
    __ lea(from, Address(src, src_pos, Address::lsl(1)));// src_addr
    __ lea(to,   Address(dst, dst_pos, Address::lsl(1)));// dst_addr
    __ movw(count, scratch_length); // length
    __ b(RuntimeAddress(short_copy_entry));

  __ BIND(L_copy_ints);
    __ tbnz(r18_elsize, 0, L_copy_longs);
    __ lea(from, Address(src, src_pos, Address::lsl(2)));// src_addr
    __ lea(to,   Address(dst, dst_pos, Address::lsl(2)));// dst_addr
    __ movw(count, scratch_length); // length
    __ b(RuntimeAddress(int_copy_entry));

  __ BIND(L_copy_longs);
#ifdef ASSERT
    {
      BLOCK_COMMENT("assert long copy {");
      Label L;
      __ andw(lh, lh, Klass::_lh_log2_element_size_mask); // lh -> r18_elsize
      __ cmpw(r18_elsize, LogBytesPerLong);
      __ br(Assembler::EQ, L);
      __ stop("must be long copy, but elsize is wrong");
      __ bind(L);
      BLOCK_COMMENT("} assert long copy done");
    }
#endif
    __ lea(from, Address(src, src_pos, Address::lsl(3)));// src_addr
    __ lea(to,   Address(dst, dst_pos, Address::lsl(3)));// dst_addr
    __ movw(count, scratch_length); // length
    __ b(RuntimeAddress(long_copy_entry));

    // ObjArrayKlass
  __ BIND(L_objArray);
    // live at this point:  scratch_src_klass, scratch_length, src[_pos], dst[_pos]

    Label L_plain_copy, L_checkcast_copy;
    //  test array classes for subtyping
    __ load_klass(r18, dst);
    __ cmp(scratch_src_klass, r18); // usual case is exact equality
    __ br(Assembler::NE, L_checkcast_copy);

    // Identically typed arrays can be copied without element-wise checks.
    arraycopy_range_checks(src, src_pos, dst, dst_pos, scratch_length,
                           rscratch2, L_failed);

    __ lea(from, Address(src, src_pos, Address::lsl(3)));
    __ add(from, from, arrayOopDesc::base_offset_in_bytes(T_OBJECT));
    __ lea(to, Address(dst, dst_pos, Address::lsl(3)));
    __ add(to, to, arrayOopDesc::base_offset_in_bytes(T_OBJECT));
    __ movw(count, scratch_length); // length
  __ BIND(L_plain_copy);
    __ b(RuntimeAddress(oop_copy_entry));

  __ BIND(L_checkcast_copy);
    // live at this point:  scratch_src_klass, scratch_length, r18 (dst_klass)
    {
      // Before looking at dst.length, make sure dst is also an objArray.
      __ ldrw(rscratch1, Address(r18, lh_offset));
      __ movw(rscratch2, objArray_lh);
      __ eorw(rscratch1, rscratch1, rscratch2);
      __ cbnzw(rscratch1, L_failed);

      // It is safe to examine both src.length and dst.length.
      arraycopy_range_checks(src, src_pos, dst, dst_pos, scratch_length,
                             r18, L_failed);

      const Register rscratch2_dst_klass = rscratch2;
      __ load_klass(rscratch2_dst_klass, dst); // reload

      // Marshal the base address arguments now, freeing registers.
      __ lea(from, Address(src, src_pos, Address::lsl(3)));
      __ add(from, from, arrayOopDesc::base_offset_in_bytes(T_OBJECT));
      __ lea(to, Address(dst, dst_pos, Address::lsl(3)));
      __ add(to, to, arrayOopDesc::base_offset_in_bytes(T_OBJECT));
      __ movw(count, length);           // length (reloaded)
      Register sco_temp = c_rarg3;      // this register is free now
      assert_different_registers(from, to, count, sco_temp,
                                 rscratch2_dst_klass, scratch_src_klass);
      // assert_clean_int(count, sco_temp);

      // Generate the type check.
      const int sco_offset = in_bytes(Klass::super_check_offset_offset());
      __ ldrw(sco_temp, Address(rscratch2_dst_klass, sco_offset));
      // assert_clean_int(sco_temp, r18);
      generate_type_check(scratch_src_klass, sco_temp, rscratch2_dst_klass, L_plain_copy);

      // Fetch destination element klass from the ObjArrayKlass header.
      int ek_offset = in_bytes(ObjArrayKlass::element_klass_offset());
      __ ldr(rscratch2_dst_klass, Address(rscratch2_dst_klass, ek_offset));
      __ ldrw(sco_temp, Address(rscratch2_dst_klass, sco_offset));

      // the checkcast_copy loop needs two extra arguments:
      assert(c_rarg3 == sco_temp, "#3 already in place");
      // Set up arguments for checkcast_copy_entry.
      __ mov(c_rarg4, rscratch2_dst_klass);  // dst.klass.element_klass
      __ b(RuntimeAddress(checkcast_copy_entry));
    }

  __ BIND(L_failed);
    __ mov(r0, -1);
    __ leave();   // required for proper stackwalking of RuntimeStub frame
    __ ret(lr);

    return start;
  }

  void generate_arraycopy_stubs() {
    address entry;
    address entry_jbyte_arraycopy;
    address entry_jshort_arraycopy;
    address entry_jint_arraycopy;
    address entry_oop_arraycopy;
    address entry_jlong_arraycopy;
    address entry_checkcast_arraycopy;

    generate_copy_longs(copy_f, r0, r1, rscratch2, copy_forwards);
    generate_copy_longs(copy_b, r0, r1, rscratch2, copy_backwards);

    //*** jbyte
    // Always need aligned and unaligned versions
    StubRoutines::_jbyte_disjoint_arraycopy         = generate_disjoint_byte_copy(false, &entry,
                                                                                  "jbyte_disjoint_arraycopy");
    StubRoutines::_jbyte_arraycopy                  = generate_conjoint_byte_copy(false, entry,
                                                                                  &entry_jbyte_arraycopy,
                                                                                  "jbyte_arraycopy");
    StubRoutines::_arrayof_jbyte_disjoint_arraycopy = generate_disjoint_byte_copy(true, &entry,
                                                                                  "arrayof_jbyte_disjoint_arraycopy");
    StubRoutines::_arrayof_jbyte_arraycopy          = generate_conjoint_byte_copy(true, entry, NULL,
                                                                                  "arrayof_jbyte_arraycopy");

    //*** jshort
    // Always need aligned and unaligned versions
    StubRoutines::_jshort_disjoint_arraycopy         = generate_disjoint_short_copy(false, &entry,
                                                                                    "jshort_disjoint_arraycopy");
    StubRoutines::_jshort_arraycopy                  = generate_conjoint_short_copy(false, entry,
                                                                                    &entry_jshort_arraycopy,
                                                                                    "jshort_arraycopy");
    StubRoutines::_arrayof_jshort_disjoint_arraycopy = generate_disjoint_short_copy(true, &entry,
                                                                                    "arrayof_jshort_disjoint_arraycopy");
    StubRoutines::_arrayof_jshort_arraycopy          = generate_conjoint_short_copy(true, entry, NULL,
                                                                                    "arrayof_jshort_arraycopy");

    //*** jint
    // Aligned versions
    StubRoutines::_arrayof_jint_disjoint_arraycopy = generate_disjoint_int_copy(true, &entry,
                                                                                "arrayof_jint_disjoint_arraycopy");
    StubRoutines::_arrayof_jint_arraycopy          = generate_conjoint_int_copy(true, entry, &entry_jint_arraycopy,
                                                                                "arrayof_jint_arraycopy");
    // In 64 bit we need both aligned and unaligned versions of jint arraycopy.
    // entry_jint_arraycopy always points to the unaligned version
    StubRoutines::_jint_disjoint_arraycopy         = generate_disjoint_int_copy(false, &entry,
                                                                                "jint_disjoint_arraycopy");
    StubRoutines::_jint_arraycopy                  = generate_conjoint_int_copy(false, entry,
                                                                                &entry_jint_arraycopy,
                                                                                "jint_arraycopy");

    //*** jlong
    // It is always aligned
    StubRoutines::_arrayof_jlong_disjoint_arraycopy = generate_disjoint_long_copy(true, &entry,
                                                                                  "arrayof_jlong_disjoint_arraycopy");
    StubRoutines::_arrayof_jlong_arraycopy          = generate_conjoint_long_copy(true, entry, &entry_jlong_arraycopy,
                                                                                  "arrayof_jlong_arraycopy");
    StubRoutines::_jlong_disjoint_arraycopy         = StubRoutines::_arrayof_jlong_disjoint_arraycopy;
    StubRoutines::_jlong_arraycopy                  = StubRoutines::_arrayof_jlong_arraycopy;

    //*** oops
    {
      // With compressed oops we need unaligned versions; notice that
      // we overwrite entry_oop_arraycopy.
      bool aligned = !UseCompressedOops;

      StubRoutines::_arrayof_oop_disjoint_arraycopy
        = generate_disjoint_oop_copy(aligned, &entry, "arrayof_oop_disjoint_arraycopy",
                                     /*dest_uninitialized*/false);
      StubRoutines::_arrayof_oop_arraycopy
        = generate_conjoint_oop_copy(aligned, entry, &entry_oop_arraycopy, "arrayof_oop_arraycopy",
                                     /*dest_uninitialized*/false);
      // Aligned versions without pre-barriers
      StubRoutines::_arrayof_oop_disjoint_arraycopy_uninit
        = generate_disjoint_oop_copy(aligned, &entry, "arrayof_oop_disjoint_arraycopy_uninit",
                                     /*dest_uninitialized*/true);
      StubRoutines::_arrayof_oop_arraycopy_uninit
        = generate_conjoint_oop_copy(aligned, entry, NULL, "arrayof_oop_arraycopy_uninit",
                                     /*dest_uninitialized*/true);
    }

    StubRoutines::_oop_disjoint_arraycopy            = StubRoutines::_arrayof_oop_disjoint_arraycopy;
    StubRoutines::_oop_arraycopy                     = StubRoutines::_arrayof_oop_arraycopy;
    StubRoutines::_oop_disjoint_arraycopy_uninit     = StubRoutines::_arrayof_oop_disjoint_arraycopy_uninit;
    StubRoutines::_oop_arraycopy_uninit              = StubRoutines::_arrayof_oop_arraycopy_uninit;

    StubRoutines::_checkcast_arraycopy        = generate_checkcast_copy("checkcast_arraycopy", &entry_checkcast_arraycopy);
    StubRoutines::_checkcast_arraycopy_uninit = generate_checkcast_copy("checkcast_arraycopy_uninit", NULL,
                                                                        /*dest_uninitialized*/true);

    StubRoutines::_unsafe_arraycopy    = generate_unsafe_copy("unsafe_arraycopy",
                                                              entry_jbyte_arraycopy);

    StubRoutines::_generic_arraycopy   = generate_generic_copy("generic_arraycopy",
                                                               entry_jbyte_arraycopy,
                                                               entry_jshort_arraycopy,
                                                               entry_jint_arraycopy,
                                                               entry_oop_arraycopy,
                                                               entry_jlong_arraycopy,
                                                               entry_checkcast_arraycopy);

  }

  void generate_math_stubs() { Unimplemented(); }

  // Arguments:
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source byte array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination byte array address
  //   c_rarg2   - K (key) in little endian int array
  //
  address generate_aescrypt_encryptBlock() {
    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "aescrypt_encryptBlock");

    Label L_doLast;

    const Register from        = c_rarg0;  // source array address
    const Register to          = c_rarg1;  // destination array address
    const Register key         = c_rarg2;  // key array address
    const Register keylen      = rscratch1;

    address start = __ pc();
    __ enter();

    __ ldrw(keylen, Address(key, arrayOopDesc::length_offset_in_bytes() - arrayOopDesc::base_offset_in_bytes(T_INT)));

    __ ld1(v0, __ T16B, from); // get 16 bytes of input

    __ ld1(v1, v2, v3, v4, __ T16B, __ post(key, 64));
    __ rev32(v1, __ T16B, v1);
    __ rev32(v2, __ T16B, v2);
    __ rev32(v3, __ T16B, v3);
    __ rev32(v4, __ T16B, v4);
    __ aese(v0, v1);
    __ aesmc(v0, v0);
    __ aese(v0, v2);
    __ aesmc(v0, v0);
    __ aese(v0, v3);
    __ aesmc(v0, v0);
    __ aese(v0, v4);
    __ aesmc(v0, v0);

    __ ld1(v1, v2, v3, v4, __ T16B, __ post(key, 64));
    __ rev32(v1, __ T16B, v1);
    __ rev32(v2, __ T16B, v2);
    __ rev32(v3, __ T16B, v3);
    __ rev32(v4, __ T16B, v4);
    __ aese(v0, v1);
    __ aesmc(v0, v0);
    __ aese(v0, v2);
    __ aesmc(v0, v0);
    __ aese(v0, v3);
    __ aesmc(v0, v0);
    __ aese(v0, v4);
    __ aesmc(v0, v0);

    __ ld1(v1, v2, __ T16B, __ post(key, 32));
    __ rev32(v1, __ T16B, v1);
    __ rev32(v2, __ T16B, v2);

    __ cmpw(keylen, 44);
    __ br(Assembler::EQ, L_doLast);

    __ aese(v0, v1);
    __ aesmc(v0, v0);
    __ aese(v0, v2);
    __ aesmc(v0, v0);

    __ ld1(v1, v2, __ T16B, __ post(key, 32));
    __ rev32(v1, __ T16B, v1);
    __ rev32(v2, __ T16B, v2);

    __ cmpw(keylen, 52);
    __ br(Assembler::EQ, L_doLast);

    __ aese(v0, v1);
    __ aesmc(v0, v0);
    __ aese(v0, v2);
    __ aesmc(v0, v0);

    __ ld1(v1, v2, __ T16B, __ post(key, 32));
    __ rev32(v1, __ T16B, v1);
    __ rev32(v2, __ T16B, v2);

    __ BIND(L_doLast);

    __ aese(v0, v1);
    __ aesmc(v0, v0);
    __ aese(v0, v2);

    __ ld1(v1, __ T16B, key);
    __ rev32(v1, __ T16B, v1);
    __ eor(v0, __ T16B, v0, v1);

    __ st1(v0, __ T16B, to);

    __ mov(r0, 0);

    __ leave();
    __ ret(lr);

    return start;
  }

  // Arguments:
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source byte array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination byte array address
  //   c_rarg2   - K (key) in little endian int array
  //
  address generate_aescrypt_decryptBlock() {
    assert(UseAES, "need AES instructions and misaligned SSE support");
    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "aescrypt_decryptBlock");
    Label L_doLast;

    const Register from        = c_rarg0;  // source array address
    const Register to          = c_rarg1;  // destination array address
    const Register key         = c_rarg2;  // key array address
    const Register keylen      = rscratch1;

    address start = __ pc();
    __ enter(); // required for proper stackwalking of RuntimeStub frame

    __ ldrw(keylen, Address(key, arrayOopDesc::length_offset_in_bytes() - arrayOopDesc::base_offset_in_bytes(T_INT)));

    __ ld1(v0, __ T16B, from); // get 16 bytes of input

    __ ld1(v5, __ T16B, __ post(key, 16));
    __ rev32(v5, __ T16B, v5);

    __ ld1(v1, v2, v3, v4, __ T16B, __ post(key, 64));
    __ rev32(v1, __ T16B, v1);
    __ rev32(v2, __ T16B, v2);
    __ rev32(v3, __ T16B, v3);
    __ rev32(v4, __ T16B, v4);
    __ aesd(v0, v1);
    __ aesimc(v0, v0);
    __ aesd(v0, v2);
    __ aesimc(v0, v0);
    __ aesd(v0, v3);
    __ aesimc(v0, v0);
    __ aesd(v0, v4);
    __ aesimc(v0, v0);

    __ ld1(v1, v2, v3, v4, __ T16B, __ post(key, 64));
    __ rev32(v1, __ T16B, v1);
    __ rev32(v2, __ T16B, v2);
    __ rev32(v3, __ T16B, v3);
    __ rev32(v4, __ T16B, v4);
    __ aesd(v0, v1);
    __ aesimc(v0, v0);
    __ aesd(v0, v2);
    __ aesimc(v0, v0);
    __ aesd(v0, v3);
    __ aesimc(v0, v0);
    __ aesd(v0, v4);
    __ aesimc(v0, v0);

    __ ld1(v1, v2, __ T16B, __ post(key, 32));
    __ rev32(v1, __ T16B, v1);
    __ rev32(v2, __ T16B, v2);

    __ cmpw(keylen, 44);
    __ br(Assembler::EQ, L_doLast);

    __ aesd(v0, v1);
    __ aesimc(v0, v0);
    __ aesd(v0, v2);
    __ aesimc(v0, v0);

    __ ld1(v1, v2, __ T16B, __ post(key, 32));
    __ rev32(v1, __ T16B, v1);
    __ rev32(v2, __ T16B, v2);

    __ cmpw(keylen, 52);
    __ br(Assembler::EQ, L_doLast);

    __ aesd(v0, v1);
    __ aesimc(v0, v0);
    __ aesd(v0, v2);
    __ aesimc(v0, v0);

    __ ld1(v1, v2, __ T16B, __ post(key, 32));
    __ rev32(v1, __ T16B, v1);
    __ rev32(v2, __ T16B, v2);

    __ BIND(L_doLast);

    __ aesd(v0, v1);
    __ aesimc(v0, v0);
    __ aesd(v0, v2);

    __ eor(v0, __ T16B, v0, v5);

    __ st1(v0, __ T16B, to);

    __ mov(r0, 0);

    __ leave();
    __ ret(lr);

    return start;
  }

  // Arguments:
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source byte array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination byte array address
  //   c_rarg2   - K (key) in little endian int array
  //   c_rarg3   - r vector byte array address
  //   c_rarg4   - input length
  //
  // Output:
  //   x0        - input length
  //
  address generate_cipherBlockChaining_encryptAESCrypt() {
    assert(UseAES, "need AES instructions and misaligned SSE support");
    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "cipherBlockChaining_encryptAESCrypt");

    Label L_loadkeys_44, L_loadkeys_52, L_aes_loop, L_rounds_44, L_rounds_52;

    const Register from        = c_rarg0;  // source array address
    const Register to          = c_rarg1;  // destination array address
    const Register key         = c_rarg2;  // key array address
    const Register rvec        = c_rarg3;  // r byte array initialized from initvector array address
                                           // and left with the results of the last encryption block
    const Register len_reg     = c_rarg4;  // src len (must be multiple of blocksize 16)
    const Register keylen      = rscratch1;

    address start = __ pc();
      __ enter();

      __ mov(rscratch2, len_reg);
      __ ldrw(keylen, Address(key, arrayOopDesc::length_offset_in_bytes() - arrayOopDesc::base_offset_in_bytes(T_INT)));

      __ ld1(v0, __ T16B, rvec);

      __ cmpw(keylen, 52);
      __ br(Assembler::CC, L_loadkeys_44);
      __ br(Assembler::EQ, L_loadkeys_52);

      __ ld1(v17, v18, __ T16B, __ post(key, 32));
      __ rev32(v17, __ T16B, v17);
      __ rev32(v18, __ T16B, v18);
    __ BIND(L_loadkeys_52);
      __ ld1(v19, v20, __ T16B, __ post(key, 32));
      __ rev32(v19, __ T16B, v19);
      __ rev32(v20, __ T16B, v20);
    __ BIND(L_loadkeys_44);
      __ ld1(v21, v22, v23, v24, __ T16B, __ post(key, 64));
      __ rev32(v21, __ T16B, v21);
      __ rev32(v22, __ T16B, v22);
      __ rev32(v23, __ T16B, v23);
      __ rev32(v24, __ T16B, v24);
      __ ld1(v25, v26, v27, v28, __ T16B, __ post(key, 64));
      __ rev32(v25, __ T16B, v25);
      __ rev32(v26, __ T16B, v26);
      __ rev32(v27, __ T16B, v27);
      __ rev32(v28, __ T16B, v28);
      __ ld1(v29, v30, v31, __ T16B, key);
      __ rev32(v29, __ T16B, v29);
      __ rev32(v30, __ T16B, v30);
      __ rev32(v31, __ T16B, v31);

    __ BIND(L_aes_loop);
      __ ld1(v1, __ T16B, __ post(from, 16));
      __ eor(v0, __ T16B, v0, v1);

      __ br(Assembler::CC, L_rounds_44);
      __ br(Assembler::EQ, L_rounds_52);

      __ aese(v0, v17); __ aesmc(v0, v0);
      __ aese(v0, v18); __ aesmc(v0, v0);
    __ BIND(L_rounds_52);
      __ aese(v0, v19); __ aesmc(v0, v0);
      __ aese(v0, v20); __ aesmc(v0, v0);
    __ BIND(L_rounds_44);
      __ aese(v0, v21); __ aesmc(v0, v0);
      __ aese(v0, v22); __ aesmc(v0, v0);
      __ aese(v0, v23); __ aesmc(v0, v0);
      __ aese(v0, v24); __ aesmc(v0, v0);
      __ aese(v0, v25); __ aesmc(v0, v0);
      __ aese(v0, v26); __ aesmc(v0, v0);
      __ aese(v0, v27); __ aesmc(v0, v0);
      __ aese(v0, v28); __ aesmc(v0, v0);
      __ aese(v0, v29); __ aesmc(v0, v0);
      __ aese(v0, v30);
      __ eor(v0, __ T16B, v0, v31);

      __ st1(v0, __ T16B, __ post(to, 16));
      __ sub(len_reg, len_reg, 16);
      __ cbnz(len_reg, L_aes_loop);

      __ st1(v0, __ T16B, rvec);

      __ mov(r0, rscratch2);

      __ leave();
      __ ret(lr);

      return start;
  }

  // Arguments:
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - source byte array address
  //   c_rarg1   - destination byte array address
  //   c_rarg2   - K (key) in little endian int array
  //   c_rarg3   - r vector byte array address
  //   c_rarg4   - input length
  //
  // Output:
  //   r0        - input length
  //
  address generate_cipherBlockChaining_decryptAESCrypt() {
    assert(UseAES, "need AES instructions and misaligned SSE support");
    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "cipherBlockChaining_decryptAESCrypt");

    Label L_loadkeys_44, L_loadkeys_52, L_aes_loop, L_rounds_44, L_rounds_52;

    const Register from        = c_rarg0;  // source array address
    const Register to          = c_rarg1;  // destination array address
    const Register key         = c_rarg2;  // key array address
    const Register rvec        = c_rarg3;  // r byte array initialized from initvector array address
                                           // and left with the results of the last encryption block
    const Register len_reg     = c_rarg4;  // src len (must be multiple of blocksize 16)
    const Register keylen      = rscratch1;

    address start = __ pc();
      __ enter();

      __ mov(rscratch2, len_reg);
      __ ldrw(keylen, Address(key, arrayOopDesc::length_offset_in_bytes() - arrayOopDesc::base_offset_in_bytes(T_INT)));

      __ ld1(v2, __ T16B, rvec);

      __ ld1(v31, __ T16B, __ post(key, 16));
      __ rev32(v31, __ T16B, v31);

      __ cmpw(keylen, 52);
      __ br(Assembler::CC, L_loadkeys_44);
      __ br(Assembler::EQ, L_loadkeys_52);

      __ ld1(v17, v18, __ T16B, __ post(key, 32));
      __ rev32(v17, __ T16B, v17);
      __ rev32(v18, __ T16B, v18);
    __ BIND(L_loadkeys_52);
      __ ld1(v19, v20, __ T16B, __ post(key, 32));
      __ rev32(v19, __ T16B, v19);
      __ rev32(v20, __ T16B, v20);
    __ BIND(L_loadkeys_44);
      __ ld1(v21, v22, v23, v24, __ T16B, __ post(key, 64));
      __ rev32(v21, __ T16B, v21);
      __ rev32(v22, __ T16B, v22);
      __ rev32(v23, __ T16B, v23);
      __ rev32(v24, __ T16B, v24);
      __ ld1(v25, v26, v27, v28, __ T16B, __ post(key, 64));
      __ rev32(v25, __ T16B, v25);
      __ rev32(v26, __ T16B, v26);
      __ rev32(v27, __ T16B, v27);
      __ rev32(v28, __ T16B, v28);
      __ ld1(v29, v30, __ T16B, key);
      __ rev32(v29, __ T16B, v29);
      __ rev32(v30, __ T16B, v30);

    __ BIND(L_aes_loop);
      __ ld1(v0, __ T16B, __ post(from, 16));
      __ orr(v1, __ T16B, v0, v0);

      __ br(Assembler::CC, L_rounds_44);
      __ br(Assembler::EQ, L_rounds_52);

      __ aesd(v0, v17); __ aesimc(v0, v0);
      __ aesd(v0, v18); __ aesimc(v0, v0);
    __ BIND(L_rounds_52);
      __ aesd(v0, v19); __ aesimc(v0, v0);
      __ aesd(v0, v20); __ aesimc(v0, v0);
    __ BIND(L_rounds_44);
      __ aesd(v0, v21); __ aesimc(v0, v0);
      __ aesd(v0, v22); __ aesimc(v0, v0);
      __ aesd(v0, v23); __ aesimc(v0, v0);
      __ aesd(v0, v24); __ aesimc(v0, v0);
      __ aesd(v0, v25); __ aesimc(v0, v0);
      __ aesd(v0, v26); __ aesimc(v0, v0);
      __ aesd(v0, v27); __ aesimc(v0, v0);
      __ aesd(v0, v28); __ aesimc(v0, v0);
      __ aesd(v0, v29); __ aesimc(v0, v0);
      __ aesd(v0, v30);
      __ eor(v0, __ T16B, v0, v31);
      __ eor(v0, __ T16B, v0, v2);

      __ st1(v0, __ T16B, __ post(to, 16));
      __ orr(v2, __ T16B, v1, v1);

      __ sub(len_reg, len_reg, 16);
      __ cbnz(len_reg, L_aes_loop);

      __ st1(v2, __ T16B, rvec);

      __ mov(r0, rscratch2);

      __ leave();
      __ ret(lr);

    return start;
  }

  // Arguments:
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - byte[]  source+offset
  //   c_rarg1   - int[]   SHA.state
  //   c_rarg2   - int     offset
  //   c_rarg3   - int     limit
  //
  address generate_sha1_implCompress(bool multi_block, const char *name) {
    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", name);
    address start = __ pc();

    Register buf   = c_rarg0;
    Register state = c_rarg1;
    Register ofs   = c_rarg2;
    Register limit = c_rarg3;

    Label keys;
    Label sha1_loop;

    // load the keys into v0..v3
    __ adr(rscratch1, keys);
    __ ld4r(v0, v1, v2, v3, __ T4S, Address(rscratch1));
    // load 5 words state into v6, v7
    __ ldrq(v6, Address(state, 0));
    __ ldrs(v7, Address(state, 16));


    __ BIND(sha1_loop);
    // load 64 bytes of data into v16..v19
    __ ld1(v16, v17, v18, v19, __ T4S, multi_block ? __ post(buf, 64) : buf);
    __ rev32(v16, __ T16B, v16);
    __ rev32(v17, __ T16B, v17);
    __ rev32(v18, __ T16B, v18);
    __ rev32(v19, __ T16B, v19);

    // do the sha1
    __ addv(v4, __ T4S, v16, v0);
    __ orr(v20, __ T16B, v6, v6);

    FloatRegister d0 = v16;
    FloatRegister d1 = v17;
    FloatRegister d2 = v18;
    FloatRegister d3 = v19;

    for (int round = 0; round < 20; round++) {
      FloatRegister tmp1 = (round & 1) ? v4 : v5;
      FloatRegister tmp2 = (round & 1) ? v21 : v22;
      FloatRegister tmp3 = round ? ((round & 1) ? v22 : v21) : v7;
      FloatRegister tmp4 = (round & 1) ? v5 : v4;
      FloatRegister key = (round < 4) ? v0 : ((round < 9) ? v1 : ((round < 14) ? v2 : v3));

      if (round < 16) __ sha1su0(d0, __ T4S, d1, d2);
      if (round < 19) __ addv(tmp1, __ T4S, d1, key);
      __ sha1h(tmp2, __ T4S, v20);
      if (round < 5)
        __ sha1c(v20, __ T4S, tmp3, tmp4);
      else if (round < 10 || round >= 15)
        __ sha1p(v20, __ T4S, tmp3, tmp4);
      else
        __ sha1m(v20, __ T4S, tmp3, tmp4);
      if (round < 16) __ sha1su1(d0, __ T4S, d3);

      tmp1 = d0; d0 = d1; d1 = d2; d2 = d3; d3 = tmp1;
    }

    __ addv(v7, __ T2S, v7, v21);
    __ addv(v6, __ T4S, v6, v20);

    if (multi_block) {
      __ add(ofs, ofs, 64);
      __ cmp(ofs, limit);
      __ br(Assembler::LE, sha1_loop);
      __ mov(c_rarg0, ofs); // return ofs
    }

    __ strq(v6, Address(state, 0));
    __ strs(v7, Address(state, 16));

    __ ret(lr);

    __ bind(keys);
    __ emit_int32(0x5a827999);
    __ emit_int32(0x6ed9eba1);
    __ emit_int32(0x8f1bbcdc);
    __ emit_int32(0xca62c1d6);

    return start;
  }


  // Arguments:
  //
  // Inputs:
  //   c_rarg0   - byte[]  source+offset
  //   c_rarg1   - int[]   SHA.state
  //   c_rarg2   - int     offset
  //   c_rarg3   - int     limit
  //
  address generate_sha256_implCompress(bool multi_block, const char *name) {
    static const uint32_t round_consts[64] = {
      0x428a2f98, 0x71374491, 0xb5c0fbcf, 0xe9b5dba5,
      0x3956c25b, 0x59f111f1, 0x923f82a4, 0xab1c5ed5,
      0xd807aa98, 0x12835b01, 0x243185be, 0x550c7dc3,
      0x72be5d74, 0x80deb1fe, 0x9bdc06a7, 0xc19bf174,
      0xe49b69c1, 0xefbe4786, 0x0fc19dc6, 0x240ca1cc,
      0x2de92c6f, 0x4a7484aa, 0x5cb0a9dc, 0x76f988da,
      0x983e5152, 0xa831c66d, 0xb00327c8, 0xbf597fc7,
      0xc6e00bf3, 0xd5a79147, 0x06ca6351, 0x14292967,
      0x27b70a85, 0x2e1b2138, 0x4d2c6dfc, 0x53380d13,
      0x650a7354, 0x766a0abb, 0x81c2c92e, 0x92722c85,
      0xa2bfe8a1, 0xa81a664b, 0xc24b8b70, 0xc76c51a3,
      0xd192e819, 0xd6990624, 0xf40e3585, 0x106aa070,
      0x19a4c116, 0x1e376c08, 0x2748774c, 0x34b0bcb5,
      0x391c0cb3, 0x4ed8aa4a, 0x5b9cca4f, 0x682e6ff3,
      0x748f82ee, 0x78a5636f, 0x84c87814, 0x8cc70208,
      0x90befffa, 0xa4506ceb, 0xbef9a3f7, 0xc67178f2,
    };
    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", name);
    address start = __ pc();

    Register buf   = c_rarg0;
    Register state = c_rarg1;
    Register ofs   = c_rarg2;
    Register limit = c_rarg3;

    Label sha1_loop;

    __ stpd(v8, v9, __ pre(sp, -32));
    __ stpd(v10, v11, Address(sp, 16));

// dga == v0
// dgb == v1
// dg0 == v2
// dg1 == v3
// dg2 == v4
// t0 == v6
// t1 == v7

    // load 16 keys to v16..v31
    __ lea(rscratch1, ExternalAddress((address)round_consts));
    __ ld1(v16, v17, v18, v19, __ T4S, __ post(rscratch1, 64));
    __ ld1(v20, v21, v22, v23, __ T4S, __ post(rscratch1, 64));
    __ ld1(v24, v25, v26, v27, __ T4S, __ post(rscratch1, 64));
    __ ld1(v28, v29, v30, v31, __ T4S, rscratch1);

    // load 8 words (256 bits) state
    __ ldpq(v0, v1, state);

    __ BIND(sha1_loop);
    // load 64 bytes of data into v8..v11
    __ ld1(v8, v9, v10, v11, __ T4S, multi_block ? __ post(buf, 64) : buf);
    __ rev32(v8, __ T16B, v8);
    __ rev32(v9, __ T16B, v9);
    __ rev32(v10, __ T16B, v10);
    __ rev32(v11, __ T16B, v11);

    __ addv(v6, __ T4S, v8, v16);
    __ orr(v2, __ T16B, v0, v0);
    __ orr(v3, __ T16B, v1, v1);

    FloatRegister d0 = v8;
    FloatRegister d1 = v9;
    FloatRegister d2 = v10;
    FloatRegister d3 = v11;


    for (int round = 0; round < 16; round++) {
      FloatRegister tmp1 = (round & 1) ? v6 : v7;
      FloatRegister tmp2 = (round & 1) ? v7 : v6;
      FloatRegister tmp3 = (round & 1) ? v2 : v4;
      FloatRegister tmp4 = (round & 1) ? v4 : v2;

      if (round < 12) __ sha256su0(d0, __ T4S, d1);
       __ orr(v4, __ T16B, v2, v2);
      if (round < 15)
        __ addv(tmp1, __ T4S, d1, as_FloatRegister(round + 17));
      __ sha256h(v2, __ T4S, v3, tmp2);
      __ sha256h2(v3, __ T4S, v4, tmp2);
      if (round < 12) __ sha256su1(d0, __ T4S, d2, d3);

      tmp1 = d0; d0 = d1; d1 = d2; d2 = d3; d3 = tmp1;
    }

    __ addv(v0, __ T4S, v0, v2);
    __ addv(v1, __ T4S, v1, v3);

    if (multi_block) {
      __ add(ofs, ofs, 64);
      __ cmp(ofs, limit);
      __ br(Assembler::LE, sha1_loop);
      __ mov(c_rarg0, ofs); // return ofs
    }

    __ ldpd(v10, v11, Address(sp, 16));
    __ ldpd(v8, v9, __ post(sp, 32));

    __ stpq(v0, v1, state);

    __ ret(lr);

    return start;
  }

#ifndef BUILTIN_SIM
  // Safefetch stubs.
  void generate_safefetch(const char* name, int size, address* entry,
                          address* fault_pc, address* continuation_pc) {
    // safefetch signatures:
    //   int      SafeFetch32(int*      adr, int      errValue);
    //   intptr_t SafeFetchN (intptr_t* adr, intptr_t errValue);
    //
    // arguments:
    //   c_rarg0 = adr
    //   c_rarg1 = errValue
    //
    // result:
    //   PPC_RET  = *adr or errValue

    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", name);

    // Entry point, pc or function descriptor.
    *entry = __ pc();

    // Load *adr into c_rarg1, may fault.
    *fault_pc = __ pc();
    switch (size) {
      case 4:
        // int32_t
        __ ldrw(c_rarg1, Address(c_rarg0, 0));
        break;
      case 8:
        // int64_t
        __ ldr(c_rarg1, Address(c_rarg0, 0));
        break;
      default:
        ShouldNotReachHere();
    }

    // return errValue or *adr
    *continuation_pc = __ pc();
    __ mov(r0, c_rarg1);
    __ ret(lr);
  }
#endif

  /**
   *  Arguments:
   *
   * Inputs:
   *   c_rarg0   - int crc
   *   c_rarg1   - byte* buf
   *   c_rarg2   - int length
   *
   * Ouput:
   *       rax   - int crc result
   */
  address generate_updateBytesCRC32() {
    assert(UseCRC32Intrinsics, "what are we doing here?");

    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "updateBytesCRC32");

    address start = __ pc();

    const Register crc   = c_rarg0;  // crc
    const Register buf   = c_rarg1;  // source java byte array address
    const Register len   = c_rarg2;  // length
    const Register table0 = c_rarg3; // crc_table address
    const Register table1 = c_rarg4;
    const Register table2 = c_rarg5;
    const Register table3 = c_rarg6;
    const Register tmp3 = c_rarg7;

    BLOCK_COMMENT("Entry:");
    __ enter(); // required for proper stackwalking of RuntimeStub frame

    __ kernel_crc32(crc, buf, len,
              table0, table1, table2, table3, rscratch1, rscratch2, tmp3);

    __ leave(); // required for proper stackwalking of RuntimeStub frame
    __ ret(lr);

    return start;
  }

  /**
   *  Arguments:
   *
   * Inputs:
   *   c_rarg0   - int crc
   *   c_rarg1   - byte* buf
   *   c_rarg2   - int length
   *   c_rarg3   - int* table
   *
   * Ouput:
   *       r0   - int crc result
   */
  address generate_updateBytesCRC32C() {
    assert(UseCRC32CIntrinsics, "what are we doing here?");

    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "updateBytesCRC32C");

    address start = __ pc();

    const Register crc   = c_rarg0;  // crc
    const Register buf   = c_rarg1;  // source java byte array address
    const Register len   = c_rarg2;  // length
    const Register table0 = c_rarg3; // crc_table address
    const Register table1 = c_rarg4;
    const Register table2 = c_rarg5;
    const Register table3 = c_rarg6;
    const Register tmp3 = c_rarg7;

    BLOCK_COMMENT("Entry:");
    __ enter(); // required for proper stackwalking of RuntimeStub frame

    __ kernel_crc32c(crc, buf, len,
              table0, table1, table2, table3, rscratch1, rscratch2, tmp3);

    __ leave(); // required for proper stackwalking of RuntimeStub frame
    __ ret(lr);

    return start;
  }

  /***
   *  Arguments:
   *
   *  Inputs:
   *   c_rarg0   - int   adler
   *   c_rarg1   - byte* buff
   *   c_rarg2   - int   len
   *
   * Output:
   *   c_rarg0   - int adler result
   */
  address generate_updateBytesAdler32() {
    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "updateBytesAdler32");
    address start = __ pc();

    Label L_simple_by1_loop, L_nmax, L_nmax_loop, L_by16, L_by16_loop, L_by1_loop, L_do_mod, L_combine, L_by1;

    // Aliases
    Register adler  = c_rarg0;
    Register s1     = c_rarg0;
    Register s2     = c_rarg3;
    Register buff   = c_rarg1;
    Register len    = c_rarg2;
    Register nmax  = r4;
    Register base = r5;
    Register count = r6;
    Register temp0 = rscratch1;
    Register temp1 = rscratch2;
    Register temp2 = r7;

    // Max number of bytes we can process before having to take the mod
    // 0x15B0 is 5552 in decimal, the largest n such that 255n(n+1)/2 + (n+1)(BASE-1) <= 2^32-1
    unsigned long BASE = 0xfff1;
    unsigned long NMAX = 0x15B0;

    __ mov(base, BASE);
    __ mov(nmax, NMAX);

    // s1 is initialized to the lower 16 bits of adler
    // s2 is initialized to the upper 16 bits of adler
    __ ubfx(s2, adler, 16, 16);  // s2 = ((adler >> 16) & 0xffff)
    __ uxth(s1, adler);          // s1 = (adler & 0xffff)

    // The pipelined loop needs at least 16 elements for 1 iteration
    // It does check this, but it is more effective to skip to the cleanup loop
    __ cmp(len, 16);
    __ br(Assembler::HS, L_nmax);
    __ cbz(len, L_combine);

    __ bind(L_simple_by1_loop);
    __ ldrb(temp0, Address(__ post(buff, 1)));
    __ add(s1, s1, temp0);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ subs(len, len, 1);
    __ br(Assembler::HI, L_simple_by1_loop);

    // s1 = s1 % BASE
    __ subs(temp0, s1, base);
    __ csel(s1, temp0, s1, Assembler::HS);

    // s2 = s2 % BASE
    __ lsr(temp0, s2, 16);
    __ lsl(temp1, temp0, 4);
    __ sub(temp1, temp1, temp0);
    __ add(s2, temp1, s2, ext::uxth);

    __ subs(temp0, s2, base);
    __ csel(s2, temp0, s2, Assembler::HS);

    __ b(L_combine);

    __ bind(L_nmax);
    __ subs(len, len, nmax);
    __ sub(count, nmax, 16);
    __ br(Assembler::LO, L_by16);

    __ bind(L_nmax_loop);

    __ ldp(temp0, temp1, Address(__ post(buff, 16)));

    __ add(s1, s1, temp0, ext::uxtb);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp0, 8, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp0, 16, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp0, 24, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp0, 32, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp0, 40, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp0, 48, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp0, Assembler::LSR, 56);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);

    __ add(s1, s1, temp1, ext::uxtb);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp1, 8, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp1, 16, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp1, 24, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp1, 32, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp1, 40, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp1, 48, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp1, Assembler::LSR, 56);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);

    __ subs(count, count, 16);
    __ br(Assembler::HS, L_nmax_loop);

    // s1 = s1 % BASE
    __ lsr(temp0, s1, 16);
    __ lsl(temp1, temp0, 4);
    __ sub(temp1, temp1, temp0);
    __ add(temp1, temp1, s1, ext::uxth);

    __ lsr(temp0, temp1, 16);
    __ lsl(s1, temp0, 4);
    __ sub(s1, s1, temp0);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp1, ext:: uxth);

    __ subs(temp0, s1, base);
    __ csel(s1, temp0, s1, Assembler::HS);

    // s2 = s2 % BASE
    __ lsr(temp0, s2, 16);
    __ lsl(temp1, temp0, 4);
    __ sub(temp1, temp1, temp0);
    __ add(temp1, temp1, s2, ext::uxth);

    __ lsr(temp0, temp1, 16);
    __ lsl(s2, temp0, 4);
    __ sub(s2, s2, temp0);
    __ add(s2, s2, temp1, ext:: uxth);

    __ subs(temp0, s2, base);
    __ csel(s2, temp0, s2, Assembler::HS);

    __ subs(len, len, nmax);
    __ sub(count, nmax, 16);
    __ br(Assembler::HS, L_nmax_loop);

    __ bind(L_by16);
    __ adds(len, len, count);
    __ br(Assembler::LO, L_by1);

    __ bind(L_by16_loop);

    __ ldp(temp0, temp1, Address(__ post(buff, 16)));

    __ add(s1, s1, temp0, ext::uxtb);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp0, 8, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp0, 16, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp0, 24, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp0, 32, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp0, 40, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp0, 48, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp0, Assembler::LSR, 56);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);

    __ add(s1, s1, temp1, ext::uxtb);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp1, 8, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp1, 16, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp1, 24, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp1, 32, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp1, 40, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ ubfx(temp2, temp1, 48, 8);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp2);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp1, Assembler::LSR, 56);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);

    __ subs(len, len, 16);
    __ br(Assembler::HS, L_by16_loop);

    __ bind(L_by1);
    __ adds(len, len, 15);
    __ br(Assembler::LO, L_do_mod);

    __ bind(L_by1_loop);
    __ ldrb(temp0, Address(__ post(buff, 1)));
    __ add(s1, temp0, s1);
    __ add(s2, s2, s1);
    __ subs(len, len, 1);
    __ br(Assembler::HS, L_by1_loop);

    __ bind(L_do_mod);
    // s1 = s1 % BASE
    __ lsr(temp0, s1, 16);
    __ lsl(temp1, temp0, 4);
    __ sub(temp1, temp1, temp0);
    __ add(temp1, temp1, s1, ext::uxth);

    __ lsr(temp0, temp1, 16);
    __ lsl(s1, temp0, 4);
    __ sub(s1, s1, temp0);
    __ add(s1, s1, temp1, ext:: uxth);

    __ subs(temp0, s1, base);
    __ csel(s1, temp0, s1, Assembler::HS);

    // s2 = s2 % BASE
    __ lsr(temp0, s2, 16);
    __ lsl(temp1, temp0, 4);
    __ sub(temp1, temp1, temp0);
    __ add(temp1, temp1, s2, ext::uxth);

    __ lsr(temp0, temp1, 16);
    __ lsl(s2, temp0, 4);
    __ sub(s2, s2, temp0);
    __ add(s2, s2, temp1, ext:: uxth);

    __ subs(temp0, s2, base);
    __ csel(s2, temp0, s2, Assembler::HS);

    // Combine lower bits and higher bits
    __ bind(L_combine);
    __ orr(s1, s1, s2, Assembler::LSL, 16); // adler = s1 | (s2 << 16)

    __ ret(lr);

    return start;
  }

  /**
   *  Arguments:
   *
   *  Input:
   *    c_rarg0   - x address
   *    c_rarg1   - x length
   *    c_rarg2   - y address
   *    c_rarg3   - y lenth
   *    c_rarg4   - z address
   *    c_rarg5   - z length
   */
  address generate_multiplyToLen() {
    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "multiplyToLen");

    address start = __ pc();
    const Register x     = r0;
    const Register xlen  = r1;
    const Register y     = r2;
    const Register ylen  = r3;
    const Register z     = r4;
    const Register zlen  = r5;

    const Register tmp1  = r10;
    const Register tmp2  = r11;
    const Register tmp3  = r12;
    const Register tmp4  = r13;
    const Register tmp5  = r14;
    const Register tmp6  = r15;
    const Register tmp7  = r16;

    BLOCK_COMMENT("Entry:");
    __ enter(); // required for proper stackwalking of RuntimeStub frame
    __ multiply_to_len(x, xlen, y, ylen, z, zlen, tmp1, tmp2, tmp3, tmp4, tmp5, tmp6, tmp7);
    __ leave(); // required for proper stackwalking of RuntimeStub frame
    __ ret(lr);

    return start;
  }

  void ghash_multiply(FloatRegister result_lo, FloatRegister result_hi,
                      FloatRegister a, FloatRegister b, FloatRegister a1_xor_a0,
                      FloatRegister tmp1, FloatRegister tmp2, FloatRegister tmp3, FloatRegister tmp4) {
    // Karatsuba multiplication performs a 128*128 -> 256-bit
    // multiplication in three 128-bit multiplications and a few
    // additions.
    //
    // (C1:C0) = A1*B1, (D1:D0) = A0*B0, (E1:E0) = (A0+A1)(B0+B1)
    // (A1:A0)(B1:B0) = C1:(C0+C1+D1+E1):(D1+C0+D0+E0):D0
    //
    // Inputs:
    //
    // A0 in a.d[0]     (subkey)
    // A1 in a.d[1]
    // (A1+A0) in a1_xor_a0.d[0]
    //
    // B0 in b.d[0]     (state)
    // B1 in b.d[1]

    __ ext(tmp1, __ T16B, b, b, 0x08);
    __ pmull2(result_hi, __ T1Q, b, a, __ T2D);  // A1*B1
    __ eor(tmp1, __ T16B, tmp1, b);            // (B1+B0)
    __ pmull(result_lo,  __ T1Q, b, a, __ T1D);  // A0*B0
    __ pmull(tmp2, __ T1Q, tmp1, a1_xor_a0, __ T1D); // (A1+A0)(B1+B0)

    __ ext(tmp4, __ T16B, result_lo, result_hi, 0x08);
    __ eor(tmp3, __ T16B, result_hi, result_lo); // A1*B1+A0*B0
    __ eor(tmp2, __ T16B, tmp2, tmp4);
    __ eor(tmp2, __ T16B, tmp2, tmp3);

    // Register pair <result_hi:result_lo> holds the result of carry-less multiplication
    __ ins(result_hi, __ D, tmp2, 0, 1);
    __ ins(result_lo, __ D, tmp2, 1, 0);
  }

  void ghash_reduce(FloatRegister result, FloatRegister lo, FloatRegister hi,
                    FloatRegister p, FloatRegister z, FloatRegister t1) {
    const FloatRegister t0 = result;

    // The GCM field polynomial f is z^128 + p(z), where p =
    // z^7+z^2+z+1.
    //
    //    z^128 === -p(z)  (mod (z^128 + p(z)))
    //
    // so, given that the product we're reducing is
    //    a == lo + hi * z^128
    // substituting,
    //      === lo - hi * p(z)  (mod (z^128 + p(z)))
    //
    // we reduce by multiplying hi by p(z) and subtracting the result
    // from (i.e. XORing it with) lo.  Because p has no nonzero high
    // bits we can do this with two 64-bit multiplications, lo*p and
    // hi*p.

    __ pmull2(t0, __ T1Q, hi, p, __ T2D);
    __ ext(t1, __ T16B, t0, z, 8);
    __ eor(hi, __ T16B, hi, t1);
    __ ext(t1, __ T16B, z, t0, 8);
    __ eor(lo, __ T16B, lo, t1);
    __ pmull(t0, __ T1Q, hi, p, __ T1D);
    __ eor(result, __ T16B, lo, t0);
  }

  /**
   *  Arguments:
   *
   *  Input:
   *  c_rarg0   - current state address
   *  c_rarg1   - H key address
   *  c_rarg2   - data address
   *  c_rarg3   - number of blocks
   *
   *  Output:
   *  Updated state at c_rarg0
   */
  address generate_ghash_processBlocks() {
    // Bafflingly, GCM uses little-endian for the byte order, but
    // big-endian for the bit order.  For example, the polynomial 1 is
    // represented as the 16-byte string 80 00 00 00 | 12 bytes of 00.
    //
    // So, we must either reverse the bytes in each word and do
    // everything big-endian or reverse the bits in each byte and do
    // it little-endian.  On AArch64 it's more idiomatic to reverse
    // the bits in each byte (we have an instruction, RBIT, to do
    // that) and keep the data in little-endian bit order throught the
    // calculation, bit-reversing the inputs and outputs.

    StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "ghash_processBlocks");
    __ align(wordSize * 2);
    address p = __ pc();
    __ emit_int64(0x87);  // The low-order bits of the field
                          // polynomial (i.e. p = z^7+z^2+z+1)
                          // repeated in the low and high parts of a
                          // 128-bit vector
    __ emit_int64(0x87);

    __ align(CodeEntryAlignment);
    address start = __ pc();

    Register state   = c_rarg0;
    Register subkeyH = c_rarg1;
    Register data    = c_rarg2;
    Register blocks  = c_rarg3;

    FloatRegister vzr = v30;
    __ eor(vzr, __ T16B, vzr, vzr); // zero register

    __ ldrq(v0, Address(state));
    __ ldrq(v1, Address(subkeyH));

    __ rev64(v0, __ T16B, v0);          // Bit-reverse words in state and subkeyH
    __ rbit(v0, __ T16B, v0);
    __ rev64(v1, __ T16B, v1);
    __ rbit(v1, __ T16B, v1);

    __ ldrq(v26, p);

    __ ext(v16, __ T16B, v1, v1, 0x08); // long-swap subkeyH into v1
    __ eor(v16, __ T16B, v16, v1);      // xor subkeyH into subkeyL (Karatsuba: (A1+A0))

    {
      Label L_ghash_loop;
      __ bind(L_ghash_loop);

      __ ldrq(v2, Address(__ post(data, 0x10))); // Load the data, bit
                                                 // reversing each byte
      __ rbit(v2, __ T16B, v2);
      __ eor(v2, __ T16B, v0, v2);   // bit-swapped data ^ bit-swapped state

      // Multiply state in v2 by subkey in v1
      ghash_multiply(/*result_lo*/v5, /*result_hi*/v7,
                     /*a*/v1, /*b*/v2, /*a1_xor_a0*/v16,
                     /*temps*/v6, v20, v18, v21);
      // Reduce v7:v5 by the field polynomial
      ghash_reduce(v0, v5, v7, v26, vzr, v20);

      __ sub(blocks, blocks, 1);
      __ cbnz(blocks, L_ghash_loop);
    }

    // The bit-reversed result is at this point in v0
    __ rev64(v1, __ T16B, v0);
    __ rbit(v1, __ T16B, v1);

    __ st1(v1, __ T16B, state);
    __ ret(lr);

    return start;
  }

  // Continuation point for throwing of implicit exceptions that are
  // not handled in the current activation. Fabricates an exception
  // oop and initiates normal exception dispatching in this
  // frame. Since we need to preserve callee-saved values (currently
  // only for C2, but done for C1 as well) we need a callee-saved oop
  // map and therefore have to make these stubs into RuntimeStubs
  // rather than BufferBlobs.  If the compiler needs all registers to
  // be preserved between the fault point and the exception handler
  // then it must assume responsibility for that in
  // AbstractCompiler::continuation_for_implicit_null_exception or
  // continuation_for_implicit_division_by_zero_exception. All other
  // implicit exceptions (e.g., NullPointerException or
  // AbstractMethodError on entry) are either at call sites or
  // otherwise assume that stack unwinding will be initiated, so
  // caller saved registers were assumed volatile in the compiler.

#undef __
#define __ masm->

  address generate_throw_exception(const char* name,
                                   address runtime_entry,
                                   Register arg1 = noreg,
                                   Register arg2 = noreg) {
    // Information about frame layout at time of blocking runtime call.
    // Note that we only have to preserve callee-saved registers since
    // the compilers are responsible for supplying a continuation point
    // if they expect all registers to be preserved.
    // n.b. aarch64 asserts that frame::arg_reg_save_area_bytes == 0
    enum layout {
      rfp_off = 0,
      rfp_off2,
      return_off,
      return_off2,
      framesize // inclusive of return address
    };

    int insts_size = 512;
    int locs_size  = 64;

    CodeBuffer code(name, insts_size, locs_size);
    OopMapSet* oop_maps  = new OopMapSet();
    MacroAssembler* masm = new MacroAssembler(&code);

    address start = __ pc();

    // This is an inlined and slightly modified version of call_VM
    // which has the ability to fetch the return PC out of
    // thread-local storage and also sets up last_Java_sp slightly
    // differently than the real call_VM

    __ enter(); // Save FP and LR before call

    assert(is_even(framesize/2), "sp not 16-byte aligned");

    // lr and fp are already in place
    __ sub(sp, rfp, ((unsigned)framesize-4) << LogBytesPerInt); // prolog

    int frame_complete = __ pc() - start;

    // Set up last_Java_sp and last_Java_fp
    address the_pc = __ pc();
    __ set_last_Java_frame(sp, rfp, (address)NULL, rscratch1);

    // Call runtime
    if (arg1 != noreg) {
      assert(arg2 != c_rarg1, "clobbered");
      __ mov(c_rarg1, arg1);
    }
    if (arg2 != noreg) {
      __ mov(c_rarg2, arg2);
    }
    __ mov(c_rarg0, rthread);
    BLOCK_COMMENT("call runtime_entry");
    __ mov(rscratch1, runtime_entry);
    __ blrt(rscratch1, 3 /* number_of_arguments */, 0, 1);

    // Generate oop map
    OopMap* map = new OopMap(framesize, 0);

    oop_maps->add_gc_map(the_pc - start, map);

    __ reset_last_Java_frame(true, true);
    __ maybe_isb();

    __ leave();

    // check for pending exceptions
#ifdef ASSERT
    Label L;
    __ ldr(rscratch1, Address(rthread, Thread::pending_exception_offset()));
    __ cbnz(rscratch1, L);
    __ should_not_reach_here();
    __ bind(L);
#endif // ASSERT
    __ far_jump(RuntimeAddress(StubRoutines::forward_exception_entry()));


    // codeBlob framesize is in words (not VMRegImpl::slot_size)
    RuntimeStub* stub =
      RuntimeStub::new_runtime_stub(name,
                                    &code,
                                    frame_complete,
                                    (framesize >> (LogBytesPerWord - LogBytesPerInt)),
                                    oop_maps, false);
    return stub->entry_point();
  }

  class MontgomeryMultiplyGenerator : public MacroAssembler {

    Register Pa_base, Pb_base, Pn_base, Pm_base, inv, Rlen, Ra, Rb, Rm, Rn,
      Pa, Pb, Pn, Pm, Rhi_ab, Rlo_ab, Rhi_mn, Rlo_mn, t0, t1, t2, Ri, Rj;

    RegSet _toSave;
    bool _squaring;

  public:
    MontgomeryMultiplyGenerator (Assembler *as, bool squaring)
      : MacroAssembler(as->code()), _squaring(squaring) {

      // Register allocation

      Register reg = c_rarg0;
      Pa_base = reg;       // Argument registers
      if (squaring)
        Pb_base = Pa_base;
      else
        Pb_base = ++reg;
      Pn_base = ++reg;
      Rlen= ++reg;
      inv = ++reg;
      Pm_base = ++reg;

                          // Working registers:
      Ra =  ++reg;        // The current digit of a, b, n, and m.
      Rb =  ++reg;
      Rm =  ++reg;
      Rn =  ++reg;

      Pa =  ++reg;        // Pointers to the current/next digit of a, b, n, and m.
      Pb =  ++reg;
      Pm =  ++reg;
      Pn =  ++reg;

      t0 =  ++reg;        // Three registers which form a
      t1 =  ++reg;        // triple-precision accumuator.
      t2 =  ++reg;

      Ri =  ++reg;        // Inner and outer loop indexes.
      Rj =  ++reg;

      Rhi_ab = ++reg;     // Product registers: low and high parts
      Rlo_ab = ++reg;     // of a*b and m*n.
      Rhi_mn = ++reg;
      Rlo_mn = ++reg;

      // r19 and up are callee-saved.
      _toSave = RegSet::range(r19, reg) + Pm_base;
    }

  private:
    void save_regs() {
      push(_toSave, sp);
    }

    void restore_regs() {
      pop(_toSave, sp);
    }

    template <typename T>
    void unroll_2(Register count, T block) {
      Label loop, end, odd;
      tbnz(count, 0, odd);
      cbz(count, end);
      align(16);
      bind(loop);
      (this->*block)();
      bind(odd);
      (this->*block)();
      subs(count, count, 2);
      br(Assembler::GT, loop);
      bind(end);
    }

    template <typename T>
    void unroll_2(Register count, T block, Register d, Register s, Register tmp) {
      Label loop, end, odd;
      tbnz(count, 0, odd);
      cbz(count, end);
      align(16);
      bind(loop);
      (this->*block)(d, s, tmp);
      bind(odd);
      (this->*block)(d, s, tmp);
      subs(count, count, 2);
      br(Assembler::GT, loop);
      bind(end);
    }

    void pre1(RegisterOrConstant i) {
      block_comment("pre1");
      // Pa = Pa_base;
      // Pb = Pb_base + i;
      // Pm = Pm_base;
      // Pn = Pn_base + i;
      // Ra = *Pa;
      // Rb = *Pb;
      // Rm = *Pm;
      // Rn = *Pn;
      ldr(Ra, Address(Pa_base));
      ldr(Rb, Address(Pb_base, i, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));
      ldr(Rm, Address(Pm_base));
      ldr(Rn, Address(Pn_base, i, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));
      lea(Pa, Address(Pa_base));
      lea(Pb, Address(Pb_base, i, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));
      lea(Pm, Address(Pm_base));
      lea(Pn, Address(Pn_base, i, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));

      // Zero the m*n result.
      mov(Rhi_mn, zr);
      mov(Rlo_mn, zr);
    }

    // The core multiply-accumulate step of a Montgomery
    // multiplication.  The idea is to schedule operations as a
    // pipeline so that instructions with long latencies (loads and
    // multiplies) have time to complete before their results are
    // used.  This most benefits in-order implementations of the
    // architecture but out-of-order ones also benefit.
    void step() {
      block_comment("step");
      // MACC(Ra, Rb, t0, t1, t2);
      // Ra = *++Pa;
      // Rb = *--Pb;
      umulh(Rhi_ab, Ra, Rb);
      mul(Rlo_ab, Ra, Rb);
      ldr(Ra, pre(Pa, wordSize));
      ldr(Rb, pre(Pb, -wordSize));
      acc(Rhi_mn, Rlo_mn, t0, t1, t2); // The pending m*n from the
                                       // previous iteration.
      // MACC(Rm, Rn, t0, t1, t2);
      // Rm = *++Pm;
      // Rn = *--Pn;
      umulh(Rhi_mn, Rm, Rn);
      mul(Rlo_mn, Rm, Rn);
      ldr(Rm, pre(Pm, wordSize));
      ldr(Rn, pre(Pn, -wordSize));
      acc(Rhi_ab, Rlo_ab, t0, t1, t2);
    }

    void post1() {
      block_comment("post1");

      // MACC(Ra, Rb, t0, t1, t2);
      // Ra = *++Pa;
      // Rb = *--Pb;
      umulh(Rhi_ab, Ra, Rb);
      mul(Rlo_ab, Ra, Rb);
      acc(Rhi_mn, Rlo_mn, t0, t1, t2);  // The pending m*n
      acc(Rhi_ab, Rlo_ab, t0, t1, t2);

      // *Pm = Rm = t0 * inv;
      mul(Rm, t0, inv);
      str(Rm, Address(Pm));

      // MACC(Rm, Rn, t0, t1, t2);
      // t0 = t1; t1 = t2; t2 = 0;
      umulh(Rhi_mn, Rm, Rn);

#ifndef PRODUCT
      // assert(m[i] * n[0] + t0 == 0, "broken Montgomery multiply");
      {
        mul(Rlo_mn, Rm, Rn);
        add(Rlo_mn, t0, Rlo_mn);
        Label ok;
        cbz(Rlo_mn, ok); {
          stop("broken Montgomery multiply");
        } bind(ok);
      }
#endif
      // We have very carefully set things up so that
      // m[i]*n[0] + t0 == 0 (mod b), so we don't have to calculate
      // the lower half of Rm * Rn because we know the result already:
      // it must be -t0.  t0 + (-t0) must generate a carry iff
      // t0 != 0.  So, rather than do a mul and an adds we just set
      // the carry flag iff t0 is nonzero.
      //
      // mul(Rlo_mn, Rm, Rn);
      // adds(zr, t0, Rlo_mn);
      subs(zr, t0, 1); // Set carry iff t0 is nonzero
      adcs(t0, t1, Rhi_mn);
      adc(t1, t2, zr);
      mov(t2, zr);
    }

    void pre2(RegisterOrConstant i, RegisterOrConstant len) {
      block_comment("pre2");
      // Pa = Pa_base + i-len;
      // Pb = Pb_base + len;
      // Pm = Pm_base + i-len;
      // Pn = Pn_base + len;

      if (i.is_register()) {
        sub(Rj, i.as_register(), len);
      } else {
        mov(Rj, i.as_constant());
        sub(Rj, Rj, len);
      }
      // Rj == i-len

      lea(Pa, Address(Pa_base, Rj, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));
      lea(Pb, Address(Pb_base, len, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));
      lea(Pm, Address(Pm_base, Rj, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));
      lea(Pn, Address(Pn_base, len, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));

      // Ra = *++Pa;
      // Rb = *--Pb;
      // Rm = *++Pm;
      // Rn = *--Pn;
      ldr(Ra, pre(Pa, wordSize));
      ldr(Rb, pre(Pb, -wordSize));
      ldr(Rm, pre(Pm, wordSize));
      ldr(Rn, pre(Pn, -wordSize));

      mov(Rhi_mn, zr);
      mov(Rlo_mn, zr);
    }

    void post2(RegisterOrConstant i, RegisterOrConstant len) {
      block_comment("post2");
      if (i.is_constant()) {
        mov(Rj, i.as_constant()-len.as_constant());
      } else {
        sub(Rj, i.as_register(), len);
      }

      adds(t0, t0, Rlo_mn); // The pending m*n, low part

      // As soon as we know the least significant digit of our result,
      // store it.
      // Pm_base[i-len] = t0;
      str(t0, Address(Pm_base, Rj, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));

      // t0 = t1; t1 = t2; t2 = 0;
      adcs(t0, t1, Rhi_mn); // The pending m*n, high part
      adc(t1, t2, zr);
      mov(t2, zr);
    }

    // A carry in t0 after Montgomery multiplication means that we
    // should subtract multiples of n from our result in m.  We'll
    // keep doing that until there is no carry.
    void normalize(RegisterOrConstant len) {
      block_comment("normalize");
      // while (t0)
      //   t0 = sub(Pm_base, Pn_base, t0, len);
      Label loop, post, again;
      Register cnt = t1, i = t2; // Re-use registers; we're done with them now
      cbz(t0, post); {
        bind(again); {
          mov(i, zr);
          mov(cnt, len);
          ldr(Rm, Address(Pm_base, i, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));
          ldr(Rn, Address(Pn_base, i, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));
          subs(zr, zr, zr); // set carry flag, i.e. no borrow
          align(16);
          bind(loop); {
            sbcs(Rm, Rm, Rn);
            str(Rm, Address(Pm_base, i, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));
            add(i, i, 1);
            ldr(Rm, Address(Pm_base, i, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));
            ldr(Rn, Address(Pn_base, i, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));
            sub(cnt, cnt, 1);
          } cbnz(cnt, loop);
          sbc(t0, t0, zr);
        } cbnz(t0, again);
      } bind(post);
    }

    // Move memory at s to d, reversing words.
    //    Increments d to end of copied memory
    //    Destroys tmp1, tmp2
    //    Preserves len
    //    Leaves s pointing to the address which was in d at start
    void reverse(Register d, Register s, Register len, Register tmp1, Register tmp2) {
      assert(tmp1 < r19 && tmp2 < r19, "register corruption");

      lea(s, Address(s, len, Address::uxtw(LogBytesPerWord)));
      mov(tmp1, len);
      unroll_2(tmp1, &MontgomeryMultiplyGenerator::reverse1, d, s, tmp2);
      sub(s, d, len, ext::uxtw, LogBytesPerWord);
    }
    // where
    void reverse1(Register d, Register s, Register tmp) {
      ldr(tmp, pre(s, -wordSize));
      ror(tmp, tmp, 32);
      str(tmp, post(d, wordSize));
    }

    void step_squaring() {
      // An extra ACC
      step();
      acc(Rhi_ab, Rlo_ab, t0, t1, t2);
    }

    void last_squaring(RegisterOrConstant i) {
      Label dont;
      // if ((i & 1) == 0) {
      tbnz(i.as_register(), 0, dont); {
        // MACC(Ra, Rb, t0, t1, t2);
        // Ra = *++Pa;
        // Rb = *--Pb;
        umulh(Rhi_ab, Ra, Rb);
        mul(Rlo_ab, Ra, Rb);
        acc(Rhi_ab, Rlo_ab, t0, t1, t2);
      } bind(dont);
    }

    void extra_step_squaring() {
      acc(Rhi_mn, Rlo_mn, t0, t1, t2);  // The pending m*n

      // MACC(Rm, Rn, t0, t1, t2);
      // Rm = *++Pm;
      // Rn = *--Pn;
      umulh(Rhi_mn, Rm, Rn);
      mul(Rlo_mn, Rm, Rn);
      ldr(Rm, pre(Pm, wordSize));
      ldr(Rn, pre(Pn, -wordSize));
    }

    void post1_squaring() {
      acc(Rhi_mn, Rlo_mn, t0, t1, t2);  // The pending m*n

      // *Pm = Rm = t0 * inv;
      mul(Rm, t0, inv);
      str(Rm, Address(Pm));

      // MACC(Rm, Rn, t0, t1, t2);
      // t0 = t1; t1 = t2; t2 = 0;
      umulh(Rhi_mn, Rm, Rn);

#ifndef PRODUCT
      // assert(m[i] * n[0] + t0 == 0, "broken Montgomery multiply");
      {
        mul(Rlo_mn, Rm, Rn);
        add(Rlo_mn, t0, Rlo_mn);
        Label ok;
        cbz(Rlo_mn, ok); {
          stop("broken Montgomery multiply");
        } bind(ok);
      }
#endif
      // We have very carefully set things up so that
      // m[i]*n[0] + t0 == 0 (mod b), so we don't have to calculate
      // the lower half of Rm * Rn because we know the result already:
      // it must be -t0.  t0 + (-t0) must generate a carry iff
      // t0 != 0.  So, rather than do a mul and an adds we just set
      // the carry flag iff t0 is nonzero.
      //
      // mul(Rlo_mn, Rm, Rn);
      // adds(zr, t0, Rlo_mn);
      subs(zr, t0, 1); // Set carry iff t0 is nonzero
      adcs(t0, t1, Rhi_mn);
      adc(t1, t2, zr);
      mov(t2, zr);
    }

    void acc(Register Rhi, Register Rlo,
             Register t0, Register t1, Register t2) {
      adds(t0, t0, Rlo);
      adcs(t1, t1, Rhi);
      adc(t2, t2, zr);
    }

  public:
    /**
     * Fast Montgomery multiplication.  The derivation of the
     * algorithm is in A Cryptographic Library for the Motorola
     * DSP56000, Dusse and Kaliski, Proc. EUROCRYPT 90, pp. 230-237.
     *
     * Arguments:
     *
     * Inputs for multiplication:
     *   c_rarg0   - int array elements a
     *   c_rarg1   - int array elements b
     *   c_rarg2   - int array elements n (the modulus)
     *   c_rarg3   - int length
     *   c_rarg4   - int inv
     *   c_rarg5   - int array elements m (the result)
     *
     * Inputs for squaring:
     *   c_rarg0   - int array elements a
     *   c_rarg1   - int array elements n (the modulus)
     *   c_rarg2   - int length
     *   c_rarg3   - int inv
     *   c_rarg4   - int array elements m (the result)
     *
     */
    address generate_multiply() {
      Label argh, nothing;
      bind(argh);
      stop("MontgomeryMultiply total_allocation must be <= 8192");

      align(CodeEntryAlignment);
      address entry = pc();

      cbzw(Rlen, nothing);

      enter();

      // Make room.
      cmpw(Rlen, 512);
      br(Assembler::HI, argh);
      sub(Ra, sp, Rlen, ext::uxtw, exact_log2(4 * sizeof (jint)));
      andr(sp, Ra, -2 * wordSize);

      lsrw(Rlen, Rlen, 1);  // length in longwords = len/2

      {
        // Copy input args, reversing as we go.  We use Ra as a
        // temporary variable.
        reverse(Ra, Pa_base, Rlen, t0, t1);
        if (!_squaring)
          reverse(Ra, Pb_base, Rlen, t0, t1);
        reverse(Ra, Pn_base, Rlen, t0, t1);
      }

      // Push all call-saved registers and also Pm_base which we'll need
      // at the end.
      save_regs();

#ifndef PRODUCT
      // assert(inv * n[0] == -1UL, "broken inverse in Montgomery multiply");
      {
        ldr(Rn, Address(Pn_base, 0));
        mul(Rlo_mn, Rn, inv);
        cmp(Rlo_mn, -1);
        Label ok;
        br(EQ, ok); {
          stop("broken inverse in Montgomery multiply");
        } bind(ok);
      }
#endif

      mov(Pm_base, Ra);

      mov(t0, zr);
      mov(t1, zr);
      mov(t2, zr);

      block_comment("for (int i = 0; i < len; i++) {");
      mov(Ri, zr); {
        Label loop, end;
        cmpw(Ri, Rlen);
        br(Assembler::GE, end);

        bind(loop);
        pre1(Ri);

        block_comment("  for (j = i; j; j--) {"); {
          movw(Rj, Ri);
          unroll_2(Rj, &MontgomeryMultiplyGenerator::step);
        } block_comment("  } // j");

        post1();
        addw(Ri, Ri, 1);
        cmpw(Ri, Rlen);
        br(Assembler::LT, loop);
        bind(end);
        block_comment("} // i");
      }

      block_comment("for (int i = len; i < 2*len; i++) {");
      mov(Ri, Rlen); {
        Label loop, end;
        cmpw(Ri, Rlen, Assembler::LSL, 1);
        br(Assembler::GE, end);

        bind(loop);
        pre2(Ri, Rlen);

        block_comment("  for (j = len*2-i-1; j; j--) {"); {
          lslw(Rj, Rlen, 1);
          subw(Rj, Rj, Ri);
          subw(Rj, Rj, 1);
          unroll_2(Rj, &MontgomeryMultiplyGenerator::step);
        } block_comment("  } // j");

        post2(Ri, Rlen);
        addw(Ri, Ri, 1);
        cmpw(Ri, Rlen, Assembler::LSL, 1);
        br(Assembler::LT, loop);
        bind(end);
      }
      block_comment("} // i");

      normalize(Rlen);

      mov(Ra, Pm_base);  // Save Pm_base in Ra
      restore_regs();  // Restore caller's Pm_base

      // Copy our result into caller's Pm_base
      reverse(Pm_base, Ra, Rlen, t0, t1);

      leave();
      bind(nothing);
      ret(lr);

      return entry;
    }
    // In C, approximately:

    // void
    // montgomery_multiply(unsigned long Pa_base[], unsigned long Pb_base[],
    //                     unsigned long Pn_base[], unsigned long Pm_base[],
    //                     unsigned long inv, int len) {
    //   unsigned long t0 = 0, t1 = 0, t2 = 0; // Triple-precision accumulator
    //   unsigned long *Pa, *Pb, *Pn, *Pm;
    //   unsigned long Ra, Rb, Rn, Rm;

    //   int i;

    //   assert(inv * Pn_base[0] == -1UL, "broken inverse in Montgomery multiply");

    //   for (i = 0; i < len; i++) {
    //     int j;

    //     Pa = Pa_base;
    //     Pb = Pb_base + i;
    //     Pm = Pm_base;
    //     Pn = Pn_base + i;

    //     Ra = *Pa;
    //     Rb = *Pb;
    //     Rm = *Pm;
    //     Rn = *Pn;

    //     int iters = i;
    //     for (j = 0; iters--; j++) {
    //       assert(Ra == Pa_base[j] && Rb == Pb_base[i-j], "must be");
    //       MACC(Ra, Rb, t0, t1, t2);
    //       Ra = *++Pa;
    //       Rb = *--Pb;
    //       assert(Rm == Pm_base[j] && Rn == Pn_base[i-j], "must be");
    //       MACC(Rm, Rn, t0, t1, t2);
    //       Rm = *++Pm;
    //       Rn = *--Pn;
    //     }

    //     assert(Ra == Pa_base[i] && Rb == Pb_base[0], "must be");
    //     MACC(Ra, Rb, t0, t1, t2);
    //     *Pm = Rm = t0 * inv;
    //     assert(Rm == Pm_base[i] && Rn == Pn_base[0], "must be");
    //     MACC(Rm, Rn, t0, t1, t2);

    //     assert(t0 == 0, "broken Montgomery multiply");

    //     t0 = t1; t1 = t2; t2 = 0;
    //   }

    //   for (i = len; i < 2*len; i++) {
    //     int j;

    //     Pa = Pa_base + i-len;
    //     Pb = Pb_base + len;
    //     Pm = Pm_base + i-len;
    //     Pn = Pn_base + len;

    //     Ra = *++Pa;
    //     Rb = *--Pb;
    //     Rm = *++Pm;
    //     Rn = *--Pn;

    //     int iters = len*2-i-1;
    //     for (j = i-len+1; iters--; j++) {
    //       assert(Ra == Pa_base[j] && Rb == Pb_base[i-j], "must be");
    //       MACC(Ra, Rb, t0, t1, t2);
    //       Ra = *++Pa;
    //       Rb = *--Pb;
    //       assert(Rm == Pm_base[j] && Rn == Pn_base[i-j], "must be");
    //       MACC(Rm, Rn, t0, t1, t2);
    //       Rm = *++Pm;
    //       Rn = *--Pn;
    //     }

    //     Pm_base[i-len] = t0;
    //     t0 = t1; t1 = t2; t2 = 0;
    //   }

    //   while (t0)
    //     t0 = sub(Pm_base, Pn_base, t0, len);
    // }

    /**
     * Fast Montgomery squaring.  This uses asymptotically 25% fewer
     * multiplies than Montgomery multiplication so it should be up to
     * 25% faster.  However, its loop control is more complex and it
     * may actually run slower on some machines.
     *
     * Arguments:
     *
     * Inputs:
     *   c_rarg0   - int array elements a
     *   c_rarg1   - int array elements n (the modulus)
     *   c_rarg2   - int length
     *   c_rarg3   - int inv
     *   c_rarg4   - int array elements m (the result)
     *
     */
    address generate_square() {
      Label argh;
      bind(argh);
      stop("MontgomeryMultiply total_allocation must be <= 8192");

      align(CodeEntryAlignment);
      address entry = pc();

      enter();

      // Make room.
      cmpw(Rlen, 512);
      br(Assembler::HI, argh);
      sub(Ra, sp, Rlen, ext::uxtw, exact_log2(4 * sizeof (jint)));
      andr(sp, Ra, -2 * wordSize);

      lsrw(Rlen, Rlen, 1);  // length in longwords = len/2

      {
        // Copy input args, reversing as we go.  We use Ra as a
        // temporary variable.
        reverse(Ra, Pa_base, Rlen, t0, t1);
        reverse(Ra, Pn_base, Rlen, t0, t1);
      }

      // Push all call-saved registers and also Pm_base which we'll need
      // at the end.
      save_regs();

      mov(Pm_base, Ra);

      mov(t0, zr);
      mov(t1, zr);
      mov(t2, zr);

      block_comment("for (int i = 0; i < len; i++) {");
      mov(Ri, zr); {
        Label loop, end;
        bind(loop);
        cmp(Ri, Rlen);
        br(Assembler::GE, end);

        pre1(Ri);

        block_comment("for (j = (i+1)/2; j; j--) {"); {
          add(Rj, Ri, 1);
          lsr(Rj, Rj, 1);
          unroll_2(Rj, &MontgomeryMultiplyGenerator::step_squaring);
        } block_comment("  } // j");

        last_squaring(Ri);

        block_comment("  for (j = i/2; j; j--) {"); {
          lsr(Rj, Ri, 1);
          unroll_2(Rj, &MontgomeryMultiplyGenerator::extra_step_squaring);
        } block_comment("  } // j");

        post1_squaring();
        add(Ri, Ri, 1);
        cmp(Ri, Rlen);
        br(Assembler::LT, loop);

        bind(end);
        block_comment("} // i");
      }

      block_comment("for (int i = len; i < 2*len; i++) {");
      mov(Ri, Rlen); {
        Label loop, end;
        bind(loop);
        cmp(Ri, Rlen, Assembler::LSL, 1);
        br(Assembler::GE, end);

        pre2(Ri, Rlen);

        block_comment("  for (j = (2*len-i-1)/2; j; j--) {"); {
          lsl(Rj, Rlen, 1);
          sub(Rj, Rj, Ri);
          sub(Rj, Rj, 1);
          lsr(Rj, Rj, 1);
          unroll_2(Rj, &MontgomeryMultiplyGenerator::step_squaring);
        } block_comment("  } // j");

        last_squaring(Ri);

        block_comment("  for (j = (2*len-i)/2; j; j--) {"); {
          lsl(Rj, Rlen, 1);
          sub(Rj, Rj, Ri);
          lsr(Rj, Rj, 1);
          unroll_2(Rj, &MontgomeryMultiplyGenerator::extra_step_squaring);
        } block_comment("  } // j");

        post2(Ri, Rlen);
        add(Ri, Ri, 1);
        cmp(Ri, Rlen, Assembler::LSL, 1);

        br(Assembler::LT, loop);
        bind(end);
        block_comment("} // i");
      }

      normalize(Rlen);

      mov(Ra, Pm_base);  // Save Pm_base in Ra
      restore_regs();  // Restore caller's Pm_base

      // Copy our result into caller's Pm_base
      reverse(Pm_base, Ra, Rlen, t0, t1);

      leave();
      ret(lr);

      return entry;
    }
    // In C, approximately:

    // void
    // montgomery_square(unsigned long Pa_base[], unsigned long Pn_base[],
    //                   unsigned long Pm_base[], unsigned long inv, int len) {
    //   unsigned long t0 = 0, t1 = 0, t2 = 0; // Triple-precision accumulator
    //   unsigned long *Pa, *Pb, *Pn, *Pm;
    //   unsigned long Ra, Rb, Rn, Rm;

    //   int i;

    //   assert(inv * Pn_base[0] == -1UL, "broken inverse in Montgomery multiply");

    //   for (i = 0; i < len; i++) {
    //     int j;

    //     Pa = Pa_base;
    //     Pb = Pa_base + i;
    //     Pm = Pm_base;
    //     Pn = Pn_base + i;

    //     Ra = *Pa;
    //     Rb = *Pb;
    //     Rm = *Pm;
    //     Rn = *Pn;

    //     int iters = (i+1)/2;
    //     for (j = 0; iters--; j++) {
    //       assert(Ra == Pa_base[j] && Rb == Pa_base[i-j], "must be");
    //       MACC2(Ra, Rb, t0, t1, t2);
    //       Ra = *++Pa;
    //       Rb = *--Pb;
    //       assert(Rm == Pm_base[j] && Rn == Pn_base[i-j], "must be");
    //       MACC(Rm, Rn, t0, t1, t2);
    //       Rm = *++Pm;
    //       Rn = *--Pn;
    //     }
    //     if ((i & 1) == 0) {
    //       assert(Ra == Pa_base[j], "must be");
    //       MACC(Ra, Ra, t0, t1, t2);
    //     }
    //     iters = i/2;
    //     assert(iters == i-j, "must be");
    //     for (; iters--; j++) {
    //       assert(Rm == Pm_base[j] && Rn == Pn_base[i-j], "must be");
    //       MACC(Rm, Rn, t0, t1, t2);
    //       Rm = *++Pm;
    //       Rn = *--Pn;
    //     }

    //     *Pm = Rm = t0 * inv;
    //     assert(Rm == Pm_base[i] && Rn == Pn_base[0], "must be");
    //     MACC(Rm, Rn, t0, t1, t2);

    //     assert(t0 == 0, "broken Montgomery multiply");

    //     t0 = t1; t1 = t2; t2 = 0;
    //   }

    //   for (i = len; i < 2*len; i++) {
    //     int start = i-len+1;
    //     int end = start + (len - start)/2;
    //     int j;

    //     Pa = Pa_base + i-len;
    //     Pb = Pa_base + len;
    //     Pm = Pm_base + i-len;
    //     Pn = Pn_base + len;

    //     Ra = *++Pa;
    //     Rb = *--Pb;
    //     Rm = *++Pm;
    //     Rn = *--Pn;

    //     int iters = (2*len-i-1)/2;
    //     assert(iters == end-start, "must be");
    //     for (j = start; iters--; j++) {
    //       assert(Ra == Pa_base[j] && Rb == Pa_base[i-j], "must be");
    //       MACC2(Ra, Rb, t0, t1, t2);
    //       Ra = *++Pa;
    //       Rb = *--Pb;
    //       assert(Rm == Pm_base[j] && Rn == Pn_base[i-j], "must be");
    //       MACC(Rm, Rn, t0, t1, t2);
    //       Rm = *++Pm;
    //       Rn = *--Pn;
    //     }
    //     if ((i & 1) == 0) {
    //       assert(Ra == Pa_base[j], "must be");
    //       MACC(Ra, Ra, t0, t1, t2);
    //     }
    //     iters =  (2*len-i)/2;
    //     assert(iters == len-j, "must be");
    //     for (; iters--; j++) {
    //       assert(Rm == Pm_base[j] && Rn == Pn_base[i-j], "must be");
    //       MACC(Rm, Rn, t0, t1, t2);
    //       Rm = *++Pm;
    //       Rn = *--Pn;
    //     }
    //     Pm_base[i-len] = t0;
    //     t0 = t1; t1 = t2; t2 = 0;
    //   }

    //   while (t0)
    //     t0 = sub(Pm_base, Pn_base, t0, len);
    // }
  };

  // Initialization
  void generate_initial() {
    // Generate initial stubs and initializes the entry points

    // entry points that exist in all platforms Note: This is code
    // that could be shared among different platforms - however the
    // benefit seems to be smaller than the disadvantage of having a
    // much more complicated generator structure. See also comment in
    // stubRoutines.hpp.

    StubRoutines::_forward_exception_entry = generate_forward_exception();

    StubRoutines::_call_stub_entry =
      generate_call_stub(StubRoutines::_call_stub_return_address);

    // is referenced by megamorphic call
    StubRoutines::_catch_exception_entry = generate_catch_exception();

    // Build this early so it's available for the interpreter.
    StubRoutines::_throw_StackOverflowError_entry =
      generate_throw_exception("StackOverflowError throw_exception",
                               CAST_FROM_FN_PTR(address,
                                                SharedRuntime::
                                                throw_StackOverflowError));
    if (UseCRC32Intrinsics) {
      // set table address before stub generation which use it
      StubRoutines::_crc_table_adr = (address)StubRoutines::aarch64::_crc_table;
      StubRoutines::_updateBytesCRC32 = generate_updateBytesCRC32();
    }
  }

  void generate_all() {
    // support for verify_oop (must happen after universe_init)
    StubRoutines::_verify_oop_subroutine_entry     = generate_verify_oop();
    StubRoutines::_throw_AbstractMethodError_entry =
      generate_throw_exception("AbstractMethodError throw_exception",
                               CAST_FROM_FN_PTR(address,
                                                SharedRuntime::
                                                throw_AbstractMethodError));

    StubRoutines::_throw_IncompatibleClassChangeError_entry =
      generate_throw_exception("IncompatibleClassChangeError throw_exception",
                               CAST_FROM_FN_PTR(address,
                                                SharedRuntime::
                                                throw_IncompatibleClassChangeError));

    StubRoutines::_throw_NullPointerException_at_call_entry =
      generate_throw_exception("NullPointerException at call throw_exception",
                               CAST_FROM_FN_PTR(address,
                                                SharedRuntime::
                                                throw_NullPointerException_at_call));

    // arraycopy stubs used by compilers
    generate_arraycopy_stubs();

    if (UseMultiplyToLenIntrinsic) {
      StubRoutines::_multiplyToLen = generate_multiplyToLen();
    }

    if (UseMontgomeryMultiplyIntrinsic) {
      StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "montgomeryMultiply");
      MontgomeryMultiplyGenerator g(_masm, /*squaring*/false);
      StubRoutines::_montgomeryMultiply = g.generate_multiply();
    }

    if (UseMontgomerySquareIntrinsic) {
      StubCodeMark mark(this, "StubRoutines", "montgomerySquare");
      MontgomeryMultiplyGenerator g(_masm, /*squaring*/true);
      // We use generate_multiply() rather than generate_square()
      // because it's faster for the sizes of modulus we care about.
      StubRoutines::_montgomerySquare = g.generate_multiply();
    }

#ifndef BUILTIN_SIM
    // generate GHASH intrinsics code
    if (UseGHASHIntrinsics) {
      StubRoutines::_ghash_processBlocks = generate_ghash_processBlocks();
    }

    if (UseAESIntrinsics) {
      StubRoutines::_aescrypt_encryptBlock = generate_aescrypt_encryptBlock();
      StubRoutines::_aescrypt_decryptBlock = generate_aescrypt_decryptBlock();
      StubRoutines::_cipherBlockChaining_encryptAESCrypt = generate_cipherBlockChaining_encryptAESCrypt();
      StubRoutines::_cipherBlockChaining_decryptAESCrypt = generate_cipherBlockChaining_decryptAESCrypt();
    }

    if (UseSHA1Intrinsics) {
      StubRoutines::_sha1_implCompress     = generate_sha1_implCompress(false,   "sha1_implCompress");
      StubRoutines::_sha1_implCompressMB   = generate_sha1_implCompress(true,    "sha1_implCompressMB");
    }
    if (UseSHA256Intrinsics) {
      StubRoutines::_sha256_implCompress   = generate_sha256_implCompress(false, "sha256_implCompress");
      StubRoutines::_sha256_implCompressMB = generate_sha256_implCompress(true,  "sha256_implCompressMB");
    }

    if (UseCRC32CIntrinsics) {
      StubRoutines::_updateBytesCRC32C = generate_updateBytesCRC32C();
    }

    // generate Adler32 intrinsics code
    if (UseAdler32Intrinsics) {
      StubRoutines::_updateBytesAdler32 = generate_updateBytesAdler32();
    }

    // Safefetch stubs.
    generate_safefetch("SafeFetch32", sizeof(int),     &StubRoutines::_safefetch32_entry,
                                                       &StubRoutines::_safefetch32_fault_pc,
                                                       &StubRoutines::_safefetch32_continuation_pc);
    generate_safefetch("SafeFetchN", sizeof(intptr_t), &StubRoutines::_safefetchN_entry,
                                                       &StubRoutines::_safefetchN_fault_pc,
                                                       &StubRoutines::_safefetchN_continuation_pc);
#endif
  }

 public:
  StubGenerator(CodeBuffer* code, bool all) : StubCodeGenerator(code) {
    if (all) {
      generate_all();
    } else {
      generate_initial();
    }
  }
}; // end class declaration

void StubGenerator_generate(CodeBuffer* code, bool all) {
  StubGenerator g(code, all);
}