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8066771: Refactor VM GC operations caused by allocation failure Reviewed-by: brutisso, jmasa
author mlarsson
date Fri, 13 Feb 2015 10:31:52 +0100
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#include "gc_implementation/parallelScavenge/psPromotionLAB.hpp"
#include "gc_implementation/shared/gcTrace.hpp"
#include "gc_implementation/shared/copyFailedInfo.hpp"
#include "memory/allocation.hpp"
#include "memory/padded.hpp"
#include "utilities/globalDefinitions.hpp"
#include "utilities/taskqueue.hpp"

// psPromotionManager is used by a single thread to manage object survival
// during a scavenge. The promotion manager contains thread local data only.
// NOTE! Be careful when allocating the stacks on cheap. If you are going
// to use a promotion manager in more than one thread, the stacks MUST be
// on cheap. This can lead to memory leaks, though, as they are not auto
// deallocated.
// FIX ME FIX ME Add a destructor, and don't rely on the user to drain/flush/deallocate!

// Move to some global location
#define HAS_BEEN_MOVED 0x1501d01d
// End move to some global location

class MutableSpace;
class PSOldGen;
class ParCompactionManager;

class PSPromotionManager VALUE_OBJ_CLASS_SPEC {
  friend class PSScavenge;
  friend class PSRefProcTaskExecutor;
  static PaddedEnd<PSPromotionManager>* _manager_array;
  static OopStarTaskQueueSet*           _stack_array_depth;
  static PSOldGen*                      _old_gen;
  static MutableSpace*                  _young_space;

  size_t                              _masked_pushes;
  size_t                              _masked_steals;
  size_t                              _arrays_chunked;
  size_t                              _array_chunks_processed;

  void print_local_stats(outputStream* const out, uint i) const;
  static void print_taskqueue_stats(outputStream* const out = gclog_or_tty);

  void reset_stats();

  PSYoungPromotionLAB                 _young_lab;
  PSOldPromotionLAB                   _old_lab;
  bool                                _young_gen_is_full;
  bool                                _old_gen_is_full;

  OopStarTaskQueue                    _claimed_stack_depth;
  OverflowTaskQueue<oop, mtGC>        _claimed_stack_breadth;

  bool                                _totally_drain;
  uint                                _target_stack_size;

  uint                                _array_chunk_size;
  uint                                _min_array_size_for_chunking;

  PromotionFailedInfo                 _promotion_failed_info;

  // Accessors
  static PSOldGen* old_gen()         { return _old_gen; }
  static MutableSpace* young_space() { return _young_space; }

  inline static PSPromotionManager* manager_array(int index);
  template <class T> inline void claim_or_forward_internal_depth(T* p);

  // On the task queues we push reference locations as well as
  // partially-scanned arrays (in the latter case, we push an oop to
  // the from-space image of the array and the length on the
  // from-space image indicates how many entries on the array we still
  // need to scan; this is basically how ParNew does partial array
  // scanning too). To be able to distinguish between reference
  // locations and partially-scanned array oops we simply mask the
  // latter oops with 0x01. The next three methods do the masking,
  // unmasking, and checking whether the oop is masked or not. Notice
  // that the signature of the mask and unmask methods looks a bit
  // strange, as they accept and return different types (oop and
  // oop*). This is because of the difference in types between what
  // the task queue holds (oop*) and oops to partially-scanned arrays
  // (oop). We do all the necessary casting in the mask / unmask
  // methods to avoid sprinkling the rest of the code with more casts.

  // These are added to the taskqueue so PS_CHUNKED_ARRAY_OOP_MASK (or any
  // future masks) can't conflict with COMPRESSED_OOP_MASK

  bool is_oop_masked(StarTask p) {
    // If something is marked chunked it's always treated like wide oop*
    return (((intptr_t)(oop*)p) & PS_CHUNKED_ARRAY_OOP_MASK) ==

  oop* mask_chunked_array_oop(oop obj) {
    assert(!is_oop_masked((oop*) obj), "invariant");
    oop* ret = (oop*) (cast_from_oop<uintptr_t>(obj) | PS_CHUNKED_ARRAY_OOP_MASK);
    assert(is_oop_masked(ret), "invariant");
    return ret;

  oop unmask_chunked_array_oop(StarTask p) {
    assert(is_oop_masked(p), "invariant");
    assert(!p.is_narrow(), "chunked array oops cannot be narrow");
    oop *chunk = (oop*)p;  // cast p to oop (uses conversion operator)
    oop ret = oop((oop*)((uintptr_t)chunk & ~PS_CHUNKED_ARRAY_OOP_MASK));
    assert(!is_oop_masked((oop*) ret), "invariant");
    return ret;

  template <class T> void  process_array_chunk_work(oop obj,
                                                    int start, int end);
  void process_array_chunk(oop old);

  template <class T> void push_depth(T* p) {

  inline void promotion_trace_event(oop new_obj, oop old_obj, size_t obj_size,
                                    uint age, bool tenured,
                                    const PSPromotionLAB* lab);

  static OopStarTaskQueueSet* stack_array_depth()   { return _stack_array_depth; }
  // Static
  static void initialize();

  static void pre_scavenge();
  static bool post_scavenge(YoungGCTracer& gc_tracer);

  static PSPromotionManager* gc_thread_promotion_manager(int index);
  static PSPromotionManager* vm_thread_promotion_manager();

  static bool steal_depth(int queue_num, int* seed, StarTask& t) {
    return stack_array_depth()->steal(queue_num, seed, t);


  // Accessors
  OopStarTaskQueue* claimed_stack_depth() {
    return &_claimed_stack_depth;

  bool young_gen_is_full()             { return _young_gen_is_full; }

  bool old_gen_is_full()               { return _old_gen_is_full; }
  void set_old_gen_is_full(bool state) { _old_gen_is_full = state; }

  // Promotion methods
  template<bool promote_immediately> oop copy_to_survivor_space(oop o);
  oop oop_promotion_failed(oop obj, markOop obj_mark);

  void reset();

  void flush_labs();
  void drain_stacks(bool totally_drain) {
  void drain_stacks_cond_depth() {
    if (claimed_stack_depth()->size() > _target_stack_size) {
  void drain_stacks_depth(bool totally_drain);

  bool stacks_empty() {
    return claimed_stack_depth()->is_empty();

  inline void process_popped_location_depth(StarTask p);

  template <class T> inline void claim_or_forward_depth(T* p);

  TASKQUEUE_STATS_ONLY(inline void record_steal(StarTask& p);)