RFR (L): 8024468: PPC64 (part 201): cppInterpreter: implement bytecode profiling
vladimir.kozlov at oracle.com
Tue Oct 1 11:25:19 PDT 2013
TraceProfileInterpreter may be not good name. I first thought you implemented bytecodes trace profiling :)
Can you change at least flag's comment to be clear that it is printing?
Can you put under #ifdef CC_INTERP methods in invocationCounter.hpp which are used only by cppInterpreter?
In general it is good I think.
On 9/30/13 7:21 AM, Lindenmaier, Goetz wrote:
> could I please get some reviews on this change? Although this is marked 'L',
> this should not be too much as most of the code is guarded by ifdef CC_INTERP.
> Thanks and best regards,
> From: goetz.lindenmaier at sap.com
> Sent: Sonntag, 15. September 2013 15:58
> To: 'hotspot-dev at openjdk.java.net'; 'ppc-aix-port-dev at openjdk.java.net'; 'Vladimir Kozlov'
> Subject: RFR (L): 8024468: PPC64 (part 201): cppInterpreter: implement bytecode profiling
> this change implements bytecode profiling for the cppInterpreter.
> It changes a row of shared files, but most of the changes are
> guarded by CC_INTERP. This is not mandatory, but I think it
> makes clear what the extensions are meant for, and assures it's
> not compiled into template interpreter builds.
> We desinged the bytecode profiling for the cppInterpreter
> to deliver exact the same counter values as the template interpreter does.
> E.g., we extended the interpreter to also check backedge counts.
> The macros used in the interpreter loop are placed in a new
> file bytecodeInterpreterProfiling.hpp. I'm happy to move them
> somewhere else.
> The code is guarded with CC_INTERP_PROFILE, which is only enabled
> if COMPILER2 is set. Thus, ZERO will not encounter any overhead
> in the interpreter loop.
> This change also enables all the new features we implemented in
> the cppInterpreter, see arguments.cpp.
> Although this change is marked as L, it should not have an effect
> on non-cppInterpreter platforms.
> Please review and test this change.
> Best regards,
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