review (S) for 6989736: fix mapfile warnings on solaris
james.melvin at oracle.com
Wed Oct 6 06:31:20 PDT 2010
We also need to consider periodic tuning of the class data sharing
archive, perhaps with a more modern list of training apps. I would
also mention the Quick Starter archive as well, but I believe we are
doing away with this in JDK7.
On 10/5/10 8:07 PM, John Pampuch wrote:
> Is this something that Jerry's team should be looking at? Maybe they
> should work on automating the reorder file generation?
> If there aren't objections, can you get someone too look at it Jerry?
> On 10/5/10 4:33 PM, Tom Rodriguez wrote:
>> On Oct 5, 2010, at 4:15 PM, Vladimir Kozlov wrote:
>>> It seems, nobody want to spend time to regenerate reorder files
>>> for several years already. What we only do is removing lines
>>> from these files which produce warnings. May be we should add
>>> your script into sources and use it more frequently:
>> Yes they are dying a death of a thousand cuts. If I remember correct, removing their use seemed to hurt startup but regenerating them didn't seem to help. I'd rather not put the script in the repo though.
>>> Otherwise looks good.
>>> Tom Rodriguez wrote:
>>>> 6989736: fix mapfile warnings on solaris
>>>> The map files are getting out of date resulting in a bunch of warnings
>>>> for product builds so it's time to clean them again. The 64 bit
>>>> tiered reorder files have only recently started being used and those
>>>> have a lot of entries out of date. I also fixed a minor build issue
>>>> where the first build of the adlc didn't run the fix_lines portion of
>>>> the adlc_updater which caused the next incremental build to regenerate
>>>> some files because the #line directives had changed. Tested by
>>>> building each target. I attached the automated script I used for this
>>>> to the bug report.
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