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  24 
  25 #ifndef SHARE_RUNTIME_SHAREDRUNTIME_HPP
  26 #define SHARE_RUNTIME_SHAREDRUNTIME_HPP
  27 
  28 #include "interpreter/bytecodeHistogram.hpp"
  29 #include "interpreter/bytecodeTracer.hpp"
  30 #include "interpreter/linkResolver.hpp"
  31 #include "memory/allocation.hpp"
  32 #include "memory/resourceArea.hpp"
  33 #include "utilities/hashtable.hpp"
  34 #include "utilities/macros.hpp"
  35 
  36 class AdapterHandlerEntry;
  37 class AdapterHandlerTable;
  38 class AdapterFingerPrint;
  39 class vframeStream;
  40 
  41 // Runtime is the base class for various runtime interfaces
  42 // (InterpreterRuntime, CompilerRuntime, etc.). It provides
  43 // shared functionality such as exception forwarding (C++ to
  44 // Java exceptions), locking/unlocking mechanisms, statistical
  45 // information, etc.
  46 
  47 class SharedRuntime: AllStatic {
  48   friend class VMStructs;
  49 
  50  private:
  51   static bool resolve_sub_helper_internal(methodHandle callee_method, const frame& caller_frame,
  52                                           CompiledMethod* caller_nm, bool is_virtual, bool is_optimized,
  53                                           Handle receiver, CallInfo& call_info, Bytecodes::Code invoke_code, TRAPS);
  54   static methodHandle resolve_sub_helper(JavaThread *thread,
  55                                          bool is_virtual,
  56                                          bool is_optimized, TRAPS);
  57 
  58   // Shared stub locations
  59 
  60   static RuntimeStub*        _wrong_method_blob;
  61   static RuntimeStub*        _wrong_method_abstract_blob;
  62   static RuntimeStub*        _ic_miss_blob;
  63   static RuntimeStub*        _resolve_opt_virtual_call_blob;
  64   static RuntimeStub*        _resolve_virtual_call_blob;
  65   static RuntimeStub*        _resolve_static_call_blob;
  66   static address             _resolve_static_call_entry;
  67 
  68   static DeoptimizationBlob* _deopt_blob;
  69 
  70   static SafepointBlob*      _polling_page_vectors_safepoint_handler_blob;
  71   static SafepointBlob*      _polling_page_safepoint_handler_blob;
  72   static SafepointBlob*      _polling_page_return_handler_blob;
  73 
  74 #ifdef COMPILER2
  75   static UncommonTrapBlob*   _uncommon_trap_blob;
  76 #endif // COMPILER2
  77 
  78 #ifndef PRODUCT
  79   // Counters
  80   static int     _nof_megamorphic_calls;         // total # of megamorphic calls (through vtable)
  81 #endif // !PRODUCT
  82 
  83  private:
  84   enum { POLL_AT_RETURN,  POLL_AT_LOOP, POLL_AT_VECTOR_LOOP };
  85   static SafepointBlob* generate_handler_blob(address call_ptr, int poll_type);
  86   static RuntimeStub*   generate_resolve_blob(address destination, const char* name);
  87 
  88  public:
  89   static void generate_stubs(void);
  90 
  91   // max bytes for each dtrace string parameter
  92   enum { max_dtrace_string_size = 256 };
  93 
  94   // The following arithmetic routines are used on platforms that do
  95   // not have machine instructions to implement their functionality.
  96   // Do not remove these.
  97 
  98   // long arithmetics
  99   static jlong   lmul(jlong y, jlong x);
 100   static jlong   ldiv(jlong y, jlong x);
 101   static jlong   lrem(jlong y, jlong x);
 102 
 103   // float and double remainder
 104   static jfloat  frem(jfloat  x, jfloat  y);
 105   static jdouble drem(jdouble x, jdouble y);
 106 
 107 
 108 #ifdef _WIN64
 109   // Workaround for fmod issue in the Windows x64 CRT
 110   static double fmod_winx64(double x, double y);
 111 #endif
 112 
 113 #ifdef __SOFTFP__
 114   static jfloat  fadd(jfloat x, jfloat y);
 115   static jfloat  fsub(jfloat x, jfloat y);
 116   static jfloat  fmul(jfloat x, jfloat y);
 117   static jfloat  fdiv(jfloat x, jfloat y);
 118 
 119   static jdouble dadd(jdouble x, jdouble y);
 120   static jdouble dsub(jdouble x, jdouble y);
 121   static jdouble dmul(jdouble x, jdouble y);
 122   static jdouble ddiv(jdouble x, jdouble y);
 123 #endif // __SOFTFP__
 124 
 125   // float conversion (needs to set appropriate rounding mode)
 126   static jint    f2i (jfloat  x);
 127   static jlong   f2l (jfloat  x);
 128   static jint    d2i (jdouble x);
 129   static jlong   d2l (jdouble x);
 130   static jfloat  d2f (jdouble x);
 131   static jfloat  l2f (jlong   x);
 132   static jdouble l2d (jlong   x);
 133 
 134 #ifdef __SOFTFP__
 135   static jfloat  i2f (jint    x);
 136   static jdouble i2d (jint    x);
 137   static jdouble f2d (jfloat  x);
 138 #endif // __SOFTFP__
 139 
 140   // double trigonometrics and transcendentals
 141   static jdouble dsin(jdouble x);
 142   static jdouble dcos(jdouble x);
 143   static jdouble dtan(jdouble x);
 144   static jdouble dlog(jdouble x);
 145   static jdouble dlog10(jdouble x);
 146   static jdouble dexp(jdouble x);
 147   static jdouble dpow(jdouble x, jdouble y);
 148 
 149 #if defined(__SOFTFP__) || defined(E500V2)
 150   static double dabs(double f);
 151 #endif
 152 
 153 #if defined(__SOFTFP__) || defined(PPC)
 154   static double dsqrt(double f);
 155 #endif
 156 
 157   // Montgomery multiplication
 158   static void montgomery_multiply(jint *a_ints, jint *b_ints, jint *n_ints,
 159                                   jint len, jlong inv, jint *m_ints);
 160   static void montgomery_square(jint *a_ints, jint *n_ints,
 161                                 jint len, jlong inv, jint *m_ints);
 162 
 163 #ifdef __SOFTFP__
 164   // C++ compiler generates soft float instructions as well as passing
 165   // float and double in registers.
 166   static int  fcmpl(float x, float y);
 167   static int  fcmpg(float x, float y);
 168   static int  dcmpl(double x, double y);
 169   static int  dcmpg(double x, double y);
 170 
 171   static int unordered_fcmplt(float x, float y);
 172   static int unordered_dcmplt(double x, double y);
 173   static int unordered_fcmple(float x, float y);
 174   static int unordered_dcmple(double x, double y);
 175   static int unordered_fcmpge(float x, float y);
 176   static int unordered_dcmpge(double x, double y);
 177   static int unordered_fcmpgt(float x, float y);
 178   static int unordered_dcmpgt(double x, double y);
 179 
 180   static float  fneg(float f);
 181   static double dneg(double f);
 182 #endif
 183 
 184   // exception handling across interpreter/compiler boundaries
 185   static address raw_exception_handler_for_return_address(JavaThread* thread, address return_address);
 186   static address exception_handler_for_return_address(JavaThread* thread, address return_address);
 187 
 188   // exception handling and implicit exceptions
 189   static address compute_compiled_exc_handler(CompiledMethod* nm, address ret_pc, Handle& exception,
 190                                               bool force_unwind, bool top_frame_only, bool& recursive_exception_occurred);
 191   enum ImplicitExceptionKind {
 192     IMPLICIT_NULL,
 193     IMPLICIT_DIVIDE_BY_ZERO,
 194     STACK_OVERFLOW
 195   };
 196   static void    throw_AbstractMethodError(JavaThread* thread);
 197   static void    throw_IncompatibleClassChangeError(JavaThread* thread);
 198   static void    throw_ArithmeticException(JavaThread* thread);
 199   static void    throw_NullPointerException(JavaThread* thread);
 200   static void    throw_NullPointerException_at_call(JavaThread* thread);
 201   static void    throw_StackOverflowError(JavaThread* thread);
 202   static void    throw_delayed_StackOverflowError(JavaThread* thread);
 203   static void    throw_StackOverflowError_common(JavaThread* thread, bool delayed);
 204   static address continuation_for_implicit_exception(JavaThread* thread,
 205                                                      address faulting_pc,
 206                                                      ImplicitExceptionKind exception_kind);
 207 
 208   static jint    get_referenced_objects(oopDesc* obj, objArrayOopDesc* ref_buf);
 209 
 210   // Post-slow-path-allocation, pre-initializing-stores step for
 211   // implementing e.g. ReduceInitialCardMarks
 212   static void on_slowpath_allocation_exit(JavaThread* thread);
 213 
 214   static void enable_stack_reserved_zone(JavaThread* thread);
 215   static frame look_for_reserved_stack_annotated_method(JavaThread* thread, frame fr);
 216 
 217   // Shared stub locations
 218   static address get_poll_stub(address pc);
 219 
 220   static address get_ic_miss_stub() {
 221     assert(_ic_miss_blob!= NULL, "oops");
 222     return _ic_miss_blob->entry_point();
 223   }
 224 
 225   static address get_handle_wrong_method_stub() {
 226     assert(_wrong_method_blob!= NULL, "oops");
 227     return _wrong_method_blob->entry_point();
 228   }
 229 
 230   static address get_handle_wrong_method_abstract_stub() {
 231     assert(_wrong_method_abstract_blob!= NULL, "oops");
 232     return _wrong_method_abstract_blob->entry_point();
 233   }
 234 
 235 #ifdef COMPILER2
 236   static void generate_uncommon_trap_blob(void);
 237   static UncommonTrapBlob* uncommon_trap_blob()                  { return _uncommon_trap_blob; }
 238 #endif // COMPILER2
 239 
 240   static address get_resolve_opt_virtual_call_stub() {
 241     assert(_resolve_opt_virtual_call_blob != NULL, "oops");
 242     return _resolve_opt_virtual_call_blob->entry_point();
 243   }
 244   static address get_resolve_virtual_call_stub() {
 245     assert(_resolve_virtual_call_blob != NULL, "oops");
 246     return _resolve_virtual_call_blob->entry_point();
 247   }
 248   static address get_resolve_static_call_stub() {
 249     assert(_resolve_static_call_blob != NULL, "oops");
 250     return _resolve_static_call_blob->entry_point();
 251   }
 252 
 253   static SafepointBlob* polling_page_return_handler_blob()     { return _polling_page_return_handler_blob; }
 254   static SafepointBlob* polling_page_safepoint_handler_blob()  { return _polling_page_safepoint_handler_blob; }
 255   static SafepointBlob* polling_page_vectors_safepoint_handler_blob()  { return _polling_page_vectors_safepoint_handler_blob; }
 256 
 257   // Counters
 258 #ifndef PRODUCT
 259   static address nof_megamorphic_calls_addr() { return (address)&_nof_megamorphic_calls; }
 260 #endif // PRODUCT
 261 
 262   // Helper routine for full-speed JVMTI exception throwing support
 263   static void throw_and_post_jvmti_exception(JavaThread *thread, Handle h_exception);
 264   static void throw_and_post_jvmti_exception(JavaThread *thread, Symbol* name, const char *message = NULL);
 265 
 266   // RedefineClasses() tracing support for obsolete method entry
 267   static int rc_trace_method_entry(JavaThread* thread, Method* m);
 268 
 269   // To be used as the entry point for unresolved native methods.
 270   static address native_method_throw_unsatisfied_link_error_entry();
 271   static address native_method_throw_unsupported_operation_exception_entry();
 272 
 273   static oop retrieve_receiver(Symbol* sig, frame caller);
 274 
 275   static void register_finalizer(JavaThread* thread, oopDesc* obj);
 276 
 277   // dtrace notifications
 278   static int dtrace_object_alloc(oopDesc* o, int size);
 279   static int dtrace_object_alloc_base(Thread* thread, oopDesc* o, int size);
 280   static int dtrace_method_entry(JavaThread* thread, Method* m);
 281   static int dtrace_method_exit(JavaThread* thread, Method* m);
 282 
 283   // Utility method for retrieving the Java thread id, returns 0 if the
 284   // thread is not a well formed Java thread.
 285   static jlong get_java_tid(Thread* thread);
 286 
 287 
 288   // used by native wrappers to reenable yellow if overflow happened in native code
 289   static void reguard_yellow_pages();
 290 
 291   // Fill in the "X cannot be cast to a Y" message for ClassCastException
 292   //
 293   // @param thr the current thread
 294   // @param caster_klass the class of the object we are casting
 295   // @return the dynamically allocated exception message (must be freed
 296   // by the caller using a resource mark)
 297   //
 298   // BCP must refer to the current 'checkcast' opcode for the frame
 299   // on top of the stack.
 300   // The caller (or one of its callers) must use a ResourceMark
 301   // in order to correctly free the result.
 302   //
 303   static char* generate_class_cast_message(JavaThread* thr, Klass* caster_klass);
 304 
 305   // Fill in the "X cannot be cast to a Y" message for ClassCastException
 306   //
 307   // @param caster_klass the class of the object we are casting
 308   // @param target_klass the target klass attempt
 309   // @return the dynamically allocated exception message (must be freed
 310   // by the caller using a resource mark)
 311   //
 312   // This version does not require access the frame, so it can be called
 313   // from interpreted code
 314   // The caller (or one of it's callers) must use a ResourceMark
 315   // in order to correctly free the result.
 316   //
 317   static char* generate_class_cast_message(Klass* caster_klass, Klass* target_klass, Symbol* target_klass_name = NULL);
 318 
 319   // Resolves a call site- may patch in the destination of the call into the
 320   // compiled code.
 321   static methodHandle resolve_helper(JavaThread *thread,
 322                                      bool is_virtual,
 323                                      bool is_optimized, TRAPS);
 324 
 325  private:
 326   // deopt blob
 327   static void generate_deopt_blob(void);
 328 
 329   static bool handle_ic_miss_helper_internal(Handle receiver, CompiledMethod* caller_nm, const frame& caller_frame,
 330                                              methodHandle callee_method, Bytecodes::Code bc, CallInfo& call_info,
 331                                              bool& needs_ic_stub_refill, TRAPS);
 332 
 333  public:
 334   static DeoptimizationBlob* deopt_blob(void)      { return _deopt_blob; }
 335 
 336   // Resets a call-site in compiled code so it will get resolved again.
 337   static methodHandle reresolve_call_site(JavaThread *thread, TRAPS);
 338 
 339   // In the code prolog, if the klass comparison fails, the inline cache
 340   // misses and the call site is patched to megamorphic
 341   static methodHandle handle_ic_miss_helper(JavaThread* thread, TRAPS);
 342 
 343   // Find the method that called us.
 344   static methodHandle find_callee_method(JavaThread* thread, TRAPS);
 345 
 346   static void monitor_enter_helper(oopDesc* obj, BasicLock* lock, JavaThread* thread);
 347 
 348   static void monitor_exit_helper(oopDesc* obj, BasicLock* lock, JavaThread* thread);
 349 
 350  private:
 351   static Handle find_callee_info(JavaThread* thread,
 352                                  Bytecodes::Code& bc,
 353                                  CallInfo& callinfo, TRAPS);
 354   static Handle find_callee_info_helper(JavaThread* thread,
 355                                         vframeStream& vfst,
 356                                         Bytecodes::Code& bc,
 357                                         CallInfo& callinfo, TRAPS);
 358 
 359   static Method* extract_attached_method(vframeStream& vfst);
 360 
 361   static address clean_virtual_call_entry();
 362   static address clean_opt_virtual_call_entry();
 363   static address clean_static_call_entry();
 364 
 365 #if defined(X86) && defined(COMPILER1)
 366   // For Object.hashCode, System.identityHashCode try to pull hashCode from object header if available.
 367   static void inline_check_hashcode_from_object_header(MacroAssembler* masm, const methodHandle& method, Register obj_reg, Register result);
 368 #endif // X86 && COMPILER1
 369 
 370  public:
 371 
 372   // Read the array of BasicTypes from a Java signature, and compute where
 373   // compiled Java code would like to put the results.  Values in reg_lo and
 374   // reg_hi refer to 4-byte quantities.  Values less than SharedInfo::stack0 are
 375   // registers, those above refer to 4-byte stack slots.  All stack slots are
 376   // based off of the window top.  SharedInfo::stack0 refers to the first usable
 377   // slot in the bottom of the frame. SharedInfo::stack0+1 refers to the memory word
 378   // 4-bytes higher. So for sparc because the register window save area is at
 379   // the bottom of the frame the first 16 words will be skipped and SharedInfo::stack0
 380   // will be just above it. (
 381   // return value is the maximum number of VMReg stack slots the convention will use.
 382   static int java_calling_convention(const BasicType* sig_bt, VMRegPair* regs, int total_args_passed, int is_outgoing);
 383 
 384   static void check_member_name_argument_is_last_argument(const methodHandle& method,
 385                                                           const BasicType* sig_bt,
 386                                                           const VMRegPair* regs) NOT_DEBUG_RETURN;
 387 
 388   // Ditto except for calling C
 389   //
 390   // C argument in register AND stack slot.
 391   // Some architectures require that an argument must be passed in a register
 392   // AND in a stack slot. These architectures provide a second VMRegPair array
 393   // to be filled by the c_calling_convention method. On other architectures,
 394   // NULL is being passed as the second VMRegPair array, so arguments are either
 395   // passed in a register OR in a stack slot.
 396   static int c_calling_convention(const BasicType *sig_bt, VMRegPair *regs, VMRegPair *regs2,
 397                                   int total_args_passed);
 398 
 399   static size_t trampoline_size();
 400 
 401   static void generate_trampoline(MacroAssembler *masm, address destination);
 402 
 403   // Generate I2C and C2I adapters. These adapters are simple argument marshalling
 404   // blobs. Unlike adapters in the tiger and earlier releases the code in these
 405   // blobs does not create a new frame and are therefore virtually invisible
 406   // to the stack walking code. In general these blobs extend the callers stack
 407   // as needed for the conversion of argument locations.
 408 
 409   // When calling a c2i blob the code will always call the interpreter even if
 410   // by the time we reach the blob there is compiled code available. This allows
 411   // the blob to pass the incoming stack pointer (the sender sp) in a known
 412   // location for the interpreter to record. This is used by the frame code
 413   // to correct the sender code to match up with the stack pointer when the
 414   // thread left the compiled code. In addition it allows the interpreter
 415   // to remove the space the c2i adapter allocated to do its argument conversion.
 416 
 417   // Although a c2i blob will always run interpreted even if compiled code is
 418   // present if we see that compiled code is present the compiled call site
 419   // will be patched/re-resolved so that later calls will run compiled.
 420 
 421   // Additionally a c2i blob need to have a unverified entry because it can be reached
 422   // in situations where the call site is an inlined cache site and may go megamorphic.
 423 
 424   // A i2c adapter is simpler than the c2i adapter. This is because it is assumed
 425   // that the interpreter before it does any call dispatch will record the current
 426   // stack pointer in the interpreter frame. On return it will restore the stack
 427   // pointer as needed. This means the i2c adapter code doesn't need any special
 428   // handshaking path with compiled code to keep the stack walking correct.
 429 
 430   static AdapterHandlerEntry* generate_i2c2i_adapters(MacroAssembler *_masm,
 431                                                       int total_args_passed,
 432                                                       int max_arg,
 433                                                       const BasicType *sig_bt,
 434                                                       const VMRegPair *regs,
 435                                                       AdapterFingerPrint* fingerprint);
 436 
 437   static void gen_i2c_adapter(MacroAssembler *_masm,
 438                               int total_args_passed,
 439                               int comp_args_on_stack,
 440                               const BasicType *sig_bt,
 441                               const VMRegPair *regs);
 442 
 443   // OSR support
 444 
 445   // OSR_migration_begin will extract the jvm state from an interpreter
 446   // frame (locals, monitors) and store the data in a piece of C heap
 447   // storage. This then allows the interpreter frame to be removed from the
 448   // stack and the OSR nmethod to be called. That method is called with a
 449   // pointer to the C heap storage. This pointer is the return value from
 450   // OSR_migration_begin.
 451 
 452   static intptr_t* OSR_migration_begin(JavaThread *thread);
 453 
 454   // OSR_migration_end is a trivial routine. It is called after the compiled
 455   // method has extracted the jvm state from the C heap that OSR_migration_begin
 456   // created. It's entire job is to simply free this storage.
 457   static void OSR_migration_end(intptr_t* buf);
 458 
 459   // Convert a sig into a calling convention register layout
 460   // and find interesting things about it.
 461   static VMRegPair* find_callee_arguments(Symbol* sig, bool has_receiver, bool has_appendix, int *arg_size);
 462   static VMReg name_for_receiver();
 463 
 464   // "Top of Stack" slots that may be unused by the calling convention but must
 465   // otherwise be preserved.
 466   // On Intel these are not necessary and the value can be zero.
 467   // On Sparc this describes the words reserved for storing a register window
 468   // when an interrupt occurs.
 469   static uint out_preserve_stack_slots();
 470 
 471   // Is vector's size (in bytes) bigger than a size saved by default?
 472   // For example, on x86 16 bytes XMM registers are saved by default.
 473   static bool is_wide_vector(int size);
 474 
 475   // Save and restore a native result
 476   static void    save_native_result(MacroAssembler *_masm, BasicType ret_type, int frame_slots);
 477   static void restore_native_result(MacroAssembler *_masm, BasicType ret_type, int frame_slots);
 478 
 479   // Generate a native wrapper for a given method.  The method takes arguments
 480   // in the Java compiled code convention, marshals them to the native
 481   // convention (handlizes oops, etc), transitions to native, makes the call,
 482   // returns to java state (possibly blocking), unhandlizes any result and
 483   // returns.
 484   //
 485   // The wrapper may contain special-case code if the given method
 486   // is a JNI critical method, or a compiled method handle adapter,
 487   // such as _invokeBasic, _linkToVirtual, etc.
 488   static nmethod* generate_native_wrapper(MacroAssembler* masm,
 489                                           const methodHandle& method,
 490                                           int compile_id,
 491                                           BasicType* sig_bt,
 492                                           VMRegPair* regs,
 493                                           BasicType ret_type,
 494                                           address critical_entry);
 495 
 496   // Block before entering a JNI critical method
 497   static void block_for_jni_critical(JavaThread* thread);
 498 
 499   // Pin/Unpin object
 500   static oopDesc* pin_object(JavaThread* thread, oopDesc* obj);
 501   static void unpin_object(JavaThread* thread, oopDesc* obj);
 502 
 503   // A compiled caller has just called the interpreter, but compiled code
 504   // exists.  Patch the caller so he no longer calls into the interpreter.
 505   static void fixup_callers_callsite(Method* moop, address ret_pc);
 506   static bool should_fixup_call_destination(address destination, address entry_point, address caller_pc, Method* moop, CodeBlob* cb);
 507 
 508   // Slow-path Locking and Unlocking
 509   static void complete_monitor_locking_C(oopDesc* obj, BasicLock* lock, JavaThread* thread);
 510   static void complete_monitor_unlocking_C(oopDesc* obj, BasicLock* lock, JavaThread* thread);
 511 
 512   // Resolving of calls
 513   static address resolve_static_call_C     (JavaThread *thread);
 514   static address resolve_virtual_call_C    (JavaThread *thread);
 515   static address resolve_opt_virtual_call_C(JavaThread *thread);
 516 
 517   // arraycopy, the non-leaf version.  (See StubRoutines for all the leaf calls.)
 518   static void slow_arraycopy_C(oopDesc* src,  jint src_pos,
 519                                oopDesc* dest, jint dest_pos,
 520                                jint length, JavaThread* thread);
 521 
 522   // handle ic miss with caller being compiled code
 523   // wrong method handling (inline cache misses, zombie methods)
 524   static address handle_wrong_method(JavaThread* thread);
 525   static address handle_wrong_method_abstract(JavaThread* thread);
 526   static address handle_wrong_method_ic_miss(JavaThread* thread);
 527 
 528   static address handle_unsafe_access(JavaThread* thread, address next_pc);
 529 
 530 #ifndef PRODUCT
 531 
 532   // Collect and print inline cache miss statistics
 533  private:
 534   enum { maxICmiss_count = 100 };
 535   static int     _ICmiss_index;                  // length of IC miss histogram
 536   static int     _ICmiss_count[maxICmiss_count]; // miss counts
 537   static address _ICmiss_at[maxICmiss_count];    // miss addresses
 538   static void trace_ic_miss(address at);
 539 
 540  public:
 541   static int _throw_null_ctr;                    // throwing a null-pointer exception
 542   static int _ic_miss_ctr;                       // total # of IC misses
 543   static int _wrong_method_ctr;
 544   static int _resolve_static_ctr;
 545   static int _resolve_virtual_ctr;
 546   static int _resolve_opt_virtual_ctr;
 547   static int _implicit_null_throws;
 548   static int _implicit_div0_throws;
 549 
 550   static int _jbyte_array_copy_ctr;        // Slow-path byte array copy
 551   static int _jshort_array_copy_ctr;       // Slow-path short array copy
 552   static int _jint_array_copy_ctr;         // Slow-path int array copy
 553   static int _jlong_array_copy_ctr;        // Slow-path long array copy
 554   static int _oop_array_copy_ctr;          // Slow-path oop array copy
 555   static int _checkcast_array_copy_ctr;    // Slow-path oop array copy, with cast
 556   static int _unsafe_array_copy_ctr;       // Slow-path includes alignment checks
 557   static int _generic_array_copy_ctr;      // Slow-path includes type decoding
 558   static int _slow_array_copy_ctr;         // Slow-path failed out to a method call
 559 
 560   static int _new_instance_ctr;            // 'new' object requires GC
 561   static int _new_array_ctr;               // 'new' array requires GC
 562   static int _multi1_ctr, _multi2_ctr, _multi3_ctr, _multi4_ctr, _multi5_ctr;
 563   static int _find_handler_ctr;            // find exception handler
 564   static int _rethrow_ctr;                 // rethrow exception
 565   static int _mon_enter_stub_ctr;          // monitor enter stub
 566   static int _mon_exit_stub_ctr;           // monitor exit stub
 567   static int _mon_enter_ctr;               // monitor enter slow
 568   static int _mon_exit_ctr;                // monitor exit slow
 569   static int _partial_subtype_ctr;         // SubRoutines::partial_subtype_check
 570 
 571   // Statistics code
 572   // stats for "normal" compiled calls (non-interface)
 573   static int     _nof_normal_calls;              // total # of calls
 574   static int     _nof_optimized_calls;           // total # of statically-bound calls
 575   static int     _nof_inlined_calls;             // total # of inlined normal calls
 576   static int     _nof_static_calls;              // total # of calls to static methods or super methods (invokespecial)
 577   static int     _nof_inlined_static_calls;      // total # of inlined static calls
 578   // stats for compiled interface calls
 579   static int     _nof_interface_calls;           // total # of compiled calls
 580   static int     _nof_optimized_interface_calls; // total # of statically-bound interface calls
 581   static int     _nof_inlined_interface_calls;   // total # of inlined interface calls
 582   static int     _nof_megamorphic_interface_calls;// total # of megamorphic interface calls
 583   // stats for runtime exceptions
 584   static int     _nof_removable_exceptions;      // total # of exceptions that could be replaced by branches due to inlining
 585 
 586  public: // for compiler
 587   static address nof_normal_calls_addr()                { return (address)&_nof_normal_calls; }
 588   static address nof_optimized_calls_addr()             { return (address)&_nof_optimized_calls; }
 589   static address nof_inlined_calls_addr()               { return (address)&_nof_inlined_calls; }
 590   static address nof_static_calls_addr()                { return (address)&_nof_static_calls; }
 591   static address nof_inlined_static_calls_addr()        { return (address)&_nof_inlined_static_calls; }
 592   static address nof_interface_calls_addr()             { return (address)&_nof_interface_calls; }
 593   static address nof_optimized_interface_calls_addr()   { return (address)&_nof_optimized_interface_calls; }
 594   static address nof_inlined_interface_calls_addr()     { return (address)&_nof_inlined_interface_calls; }
 595   static address nof_megamorphic_interface_calls_addr() { return (address)&_nof_megamorphic_interface_calls; }
 596   static void print_call_statistics(int comp_total);
 597   static void print_statistics();
 598   static void print_ic_miss_histogram();
 599 
 600 #endif // PRODUCT
 601 };
 602 
 603 
 604 // ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 605 // Implementation of AdapterHandlerLibrary
 606 //
 607 // This library manages argument marshaling adapters and native wrappers.
 608 // There are 2 flavors of adapters: I2C and C2I.
 609 //
 610 // The I2C flavor takes a stock interpreted call setup, marshals the
 611 // arguments for a Java-compiled call, and jumps to Rmethod-> code()->
 612 // code_begin().  It is broken to call it without an nmethod assigned.
 613 // The usual behavior is to lift any register arguments up out of the
 614 // stack and possibly re-pack the extra arguments to be contiguous.
 615 // I2C adapters will save what the interpreter's stack pointer will be
 616 // after arguments are popped, then adjust the interpreter's frame
 617 // size to force alignment and possibly to repack the arguments.
 618 // After re-packing, it jumps to the compiled code start.  There are
 619 // no safepoints in this adapter code and a GC cannot happen while
 620 // marshaling is in progress.
 621 //
 622 // The C2I flavor takes a stock compiled call setup plus the target method in
 623 // Rmethod, marshals the arguments for an interpreted call and jumps to
 624 // Rmethod->_i2i_entry.  On entry, the interpreted frame has not yet been
 625 // setup.  Compiled frames are fixed-size and the args are likely not in the
 626 // right place.  Hence all the args will likely be copied into the
 627 // interpreter's frame, forcing that frame to grow.  The compiled frame's
 628 // outgoing stack args will be dead after the copy.
 629 //
 630 // Native wrappers, like adapters, marshal arguments.  Unlike adapters they
 631 // also perform an official frame push & pop.  They have a call to the native
 632 // routine in their middles and end in a return (instead of ending in a jump).
 633 // The native wrappers are stored in real nmethods instead of the BufferBlobs
 634 // used by the adapters.  The code generation happens here because it's very
 635 // similar to what the adapters have to do.
 636 
 637 class AdapterHandlerEntry : public BasicHashtableEntry<mtCode> {
 638   friend class AdapterHandlerTable;
 639 
 640  private:
 641   AdapterFingerPrint* _fingerprint;
 642   address _i2c_entry;
 643   address _c2i_entry;
 644   address _c2i_unverified_entry;
 645   address _c2i_no_clinit_check_entry;
 646 
 647 #ifdef ASSERT
 648   // Captures code and signature used to generate this adapter when
 649   // verifying adapter equivalence.
 650   unsigned char* _saved_code;
 651   int            _saved_code_length;
 652 #endif
 653 
 654   void init(AdapterFingerPrint* fingerprint, address i2c_entry, address c2i_entry, address c2i_unverified_entry, address c2i_no_clinit_check_entry) {
 655     _fingerprint = fingerprint;
 656     _i2c_entry = i2c_entry;
 657     _c2i_entry = c2i_entry;
 658     _c2i_unverified_entry = c2i_unverified_entry;
 659     _c2i_no_clinit_check_entry = c2i_no_clinit_check_entry;
 660 #ifdef ASSERT
 661     _saved_code = NULL;
 662     _saved_code_length = 0;
 663 #endif
 664   }
 665 
 666   void deallocate();
 667 
 668   // should never be used
 669   AdapterHandlerEntry();
 670 
 671  public:
 672   address get_i2c_entry()                  const { return _i2c_entry; }
 673   address get_c2i_entry()                  const { return _c2i_entry; }
 674   address get_c2i_unverified_entry()       const { return _c2i_unverified_entry; }
 675   address get_c2i_no_clinit_check_entry()  const { return _c2i_no_clinit_check_entry; }
 676 
 677   address base_address();
 678   void relocate(address new_base);
 679 
 680   AdapterFingerPrint* fingerprint() const { return _fingerprint; }
 681 
 682   AdapterHandlerEntry* next() {
 683     return (AdapterHandlerEntry*)BasicHashtableEntry<mtCode>::next();
 684   }
 685 
 686 #ifdef ASSERT
 687   // Used to verify that code generated for shared adapters is equivalent
 688   void save_code   (unsigned char* code, int length);
 689   bool compare_code(unsigned char* code, int length);
 690 #endif
 691 
 692   //virtual void print_on(outputStream* st) const;  DO NOT USE
 693   void print_adapter_on(outputStream* st) const;
 694 };
 695 
 696 // This class is used only with DumpSharedSpaces==true. It holds extra information
 697 // that's used only during CDS dump time.
 698 // For details, see comments around Method::link_method()
 699 class CDSAdapterHandlerEntry: public AdapterHandlerEntry {
 700   address               _c2i_entry_trampoline;   // allocated from shared spaces "MC" region
 701   AdapterHandlerEntry** _adapter_trampoline;     // allocated from shared spaces "MD" region
 702 
 703 public:
 704   address get_c2i_entry_trampoline()             const { return _c2i_entry_trampoline; }
 705   AdapterHandlerEntry** get_adapter_trampoline() const { return _adapter_trampoline; }
 706   void init() NOT_CDS_RETURN;
 707 };
 708 
 709 
 710 class AdapterHandlerLibrary: public AllStatic {
 711  private:
 712   static BufferBlob* _buffer; // the temporary code buffer in CodeCache
 713   static AdapterHandlerTable* _adapters;
 714   static AdapterHandlerEntry* _abstract_method_handler;
 715   static BufferBlob* buffer_blob();
 716   static void initialize();
 717   static AdapterHandlerEntry* get_adapter0(const methodHandle& method);
 718 
 719  public:
 720 
 721   static AdapterHandlerEntry* new_entry(AdapterFingerPrint* fingerprint,
 722                                         address i2c_entry,
 723                                         address c2i_entry,
 724                                         address c2i_unverified_entry,
 725                                         address c2i_no_clinit_check_entry = NULL);
 726   static void create_native_wrapper(const methodHandle& method);
 727   static AdapterHandlerEntry* get_adapter(const methodHandle& method);
 728 
 729   static void print_handler(const CodeBlob* b) { print_handler_on(tty, b); }
 730   static void print_handler_on(outputStream* st, const CodeBlob* b);
 731   static bool contains(const CodeBlob* b);
 732 #ifndef PRODUCT
 733   static void print_statistics();
 734 #endif // PRODUCT
 735 
 736 };
 737 
 738 #endif // SHARE_RUNTIME_SHAREDRUNTIME_HPP