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/*
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// Contains inlined functions for class InterfaceSupport

static inline void serialize_memory(JavaThread *thread) {
  // due to chained nature of SEH handlers we have to be sure
  // that our handler is always last handler before an attempt to write
  // into serialization page - it can fault if we access this page
  // right in the middle of protect/unprotect sequence by remote
  // membar logic.
  // __try/__except are very lightweight operations (only several
  // instructions not affecting control flow directly on x86)
  // so we can use it here, on very time critical path
  __try {
    os::write_memory_serialize_page(thread);
  } __except (os::win32::
              serialize_fault_filter((_EXCEPTION_POINTERS*)_exception_info()))
    {}
}