RFR(XS): 8132287: obsolete the "InlineNotify" flag option
Daniel D. Daugherty
daniel.daugherty at oracle.com
Thu May 10 18:52:11 UTC 2018
Thanks for reviewing.
This is a flag that is default true and I'm not aware of anyone outside
of me or Dave Dice that uses it. The flag is not removed (yet), it is
simply ignored (with a warning) so what will break in Graal in this
I believe the normal Graal protocol is to make changes upstream and they
land in jdk/jdk when Vladimir does a sync-down. Not knowing Graal at all,
I have no idea if Graal knows about '-XX:SyncKnobs' or even if it should...
On 5/10/18 2:44 PM, dean.long at oracle.com wrote:
> I believe we'll need a fix for Graal so it doesn't break.
> On 5/10/18 6:52 AM, Daniel D. Daugherty wrote:
>> This review has been sent to two aliases so please reply to both.
>> I'm obsoleting the '-XX:+InlineNotify' option and moving its
>> to the experimental '-XX:SyncKnobs' option. This is a leftover
>> cleanup from
>> the "Contended Locking fast notify bucket".
>> Since this is a diagnostic option, a CSR is not required:
>> > Interfaces that are experimental or for diagnostic purposes do not
>> > to go through CSR process, but the CSR process may be employed if
>> > from the CSR reviewers is desired.
>> Webrev URL:
>> See the bug for the results of test invocations of the
>> option and the new '-XX:SyncKnobs' suboption.
>> Thanks, in advance, for any feedback.
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