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8146009: "pure virtual method called" with using new GC logging mechanism Reviewed-by: dsamersoff, dholmes, mchernov Contributed-by: marcus.larsson@oracle.com, michail.chernov@oracle.com
author mlarsson
date Fri, 21 Oct 2016 10:14:54 +0200
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#include "precompiled.hpp"
#include "logging/logFileStreamOutput.hpp"
#include "logging/logLevel.hpp"
#include "logging/logOutput.hpp"
#include "logging/logTag.hpp"
#include "logging/logTagSet.hpp"
#include "unittest.hpp"

// Test the default level for each tagset
TEST(LogTagSet, defaults) {
  for (LogTagSet* ts = LogTagSet::first(); ts != NULL; ts = ts->next()) {
    char buf[256];
    ts->label(buf, sizeof(buf));
    SCOPED_TRACE(buf);
    EXPECT_TRUE(ts->is_level(LogLevel::Error));
    EXPECT_TRUE(ts->is_level(LogLevel::Warning));
    EXPECT_FALSE(ts->is_level(LogLevel::Info));
    EXPECT_TRUE(ts->has_output(&StdoutLog));
    EXPECT_FALSE(ts->has_output(&StderrLog));
  }
}

TEST(LogTagSet, has_output) {
  LogTagSet& ts = LogTagSetMapping<LOG_TAGS(logging)>::tagset();
  ts.set_output_level(&StderrLog, LogLevel::Trace);
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts.has_output(&StderrLog));
  EXPECT_FALSE(ts.has_output(NULL));
  ts.set_output_level(&StderrLog, LogLevel::Off);
  EXPECT_FALSE(ts.has_output(&StderrLog));
}

TEST(LogTagSet, ntags) {
  const LogTagSet& ts = LogTagSetMapping<LOG_TAGS(logging)>::tagset();
  EXPECT_EQ(1u, ts.ntags());
  const LogTagSet& ts2 = LogTagSetMapping<LOG_TAGS(logging, gc, class, safepoint, heap)>::tagset();
  EXPECT_EQ(5u, ts2.ntags());
}

TEST(LogTagSet, is_level) {
  LogTagSet& ts = LogTagSetMapping<LOG_TAGS(logging)>::tagset();
  // Set info level on stdout and verify that is_level() reports correctly
  ts.set_output_level(&StdoutLog, LogLevel::Info);
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts.is_level(LogLevel::Error));
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts.is_level(LogLevel::Warning));
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts.is_level(LogLevel::Info));
  EXPECT_FALSE(ts.is_level(LogLevel::Debug));
  EXPECT_FALSE(ts.is_level(LogLevel::Trace));
  ts.set_output_level(&StdoutLog, LogLevel::Default);
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts.is_level(LogLevel::Default));
}

TEST(LogTagSet, level_for) {
  LogOutput* output = &StdoutLog;
  LogTagSet& ts = LogTagSetMapping<LOG_TAGS(logging)>::tagset();
  for (uint i = 0; i < LogLevel::Count; i++) {
    LogLevelType level = static_cast<LogLevelType>(i);
    // Set the level and verify that level_for() reports it back
    ts.set_output_level(output, level);
    EXPECT_EQ(level, ts.level_for(output));
  }
  ts.set_output_level(output, LogLevel::Default);
}

TEST(LogTagSet, contains) {
  // Verify that contains works as intended for a few predetermined tagsets
  const LogTagSet& ts = LogTagSetMapping<LOG_TAGS(logging)>::tagset();
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(logging)));
  EXPECT_FALSE(ts.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(gc)));
  EXPECT_FALSE(ts.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(class)));

  const LogTagSet& ts2 = LogTagSetMapping<LOG_TAGS(logging, gc)>::tagset();
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts2.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(logging)));
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts2.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(gc)));
  EXPECT_FALSE(ts2.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(class)));

  const LogTagSet& ts3 = LogTagSetMapping<LOG_TAGS(logging, gc, class)>::tagset();
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts3.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(logging)));
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts3.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(gc)));
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts3.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(class)));
  EXPECT_FALSE(ts3.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(safepoint)));

  const LogTagSet& ts4 = LogTagSetMapping<LOG_TAGS(logging, gc, class, safepoint, heap)>::tagset();
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts4.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(logging)));
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts4.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(gc)));
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts4.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(class)));
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts4.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(safepoint)));
  EXPECT_TRUE(ts4.contains(PREFIX_LOG_TAG(heap)));
}

TEST(LogTagSet, label) {
  char buf[256];
  const LogTagSet& ts = LogTagSetMapping<LOG_TAGS(logging, safepoint)>::tagset();
  ASSERT_NE(-1, ts.label(buf, sizeof(buf)));
  EXPECT_STREQ("logging,safepoint", buf);
  // Verify using a custom separator
  ASSERT_NE(-1, ts.label(buf, sizeof(buf), "++"));
  EXPECT_STREQ("logging++safepoint", buf);

  // Verify with three tags
  const LogTagSet& ts1 = LogTagSetMapping<LOG_TAGS(logging, safepoint, jni)>::tagset();
  ASSERT_NE(-1, ts1.label(buf, sizeof(buf)));
  EXPECT_STREQ("logging,safepoint,jni", buf);

  // Verify with a single tag
  const LogTagSet& ts2 = LogTagSetMapping<LOG_TAGS(logging)>::tagset();
  ASSERT_NE(-1, ts2.label(buf, sizeof(buf)));
  EXPECT_STREQ("logging", buf);
}

TEST(LogTagSet, duplicates) {
  for (LogTagSet* ts = LogTagSet::first(); ts != NULL; ts = ts->next()) {
    char ts_name[512];
    ts->label(ts_name, sizeof(ts_name), ",");

    // verify that NO_TAG is never followed by a real tag
    for (size_t i = 0; i < LogTag::MaxTags; i++) {
      if (ts->tag(i) == LogTag::__NO_TAG) {
        for (i++; i < LogTag::MaxTags; i++) {
          EXPECT_EQ(LogTag::__NO_TAG, ts->tag(i))
            << "NO_TAG was followed by a real tag (" << LogTag::name(ts->tag(i)) << ") in tagset " <<  ts_name;
        }
      }
    }

    // verify that there are no duplicate tagsets (same tags in different order)
    for (LogTagSet* other = ts->next(); other != NULL; other = other->next()) {
      if (ts->ntags() != other->ntags()) {
        continue;
      }
      bool equal = true;
      for (size_t i = 0; i < ts->ntags(); i++) {
        LogTagType tag = ts->tag(i);
        if (!other->contains(tag)) {
          equal = false;
          break;
        }
      }
      // Since tagsets are implemented using template arguments, using both of
      // the (logically equivalent) tagsets (t1, t2) and (t2, t1) somewhere will
      // instantiate two different LogTagSetMappings. This causes multiple
      // tagset instances to be created for the same logical set. We want to
      // avoid this to save time, memory and prevent any confusion around it.
      if (equal) {
        char other_name[512];
        other->label(other_name, sizeof(other_name), ",");
        FAIL() << "duplicate LogTagSets found: '" << ts_name << "' vs '" << other_name << "' "
          << "(tags must always be specified in the same order for each tagset)";
      }
    }
  }
}