RFR(S): 8033154: PPC64: Fix AIX build after integration into jdk9/dev
vladimir.kozlov at oracle.com
Wed Jan 29 18:10:11 UTC 2014
On 1/29/14 9:59 AM, Volker Simonis wrote:
> please review the following small change:
> which fixes the AIX build after the integration of
> ppc-aix-port/stage-9/jdk to jdk9/dev/jdk.
> I would ideally like to push this change to jdk9/hs-comp/jdk because
> that's the only repository where there's currently a complete AIX
> port. However if that is not possible, I'll push it to jdk9/dev/jdk
> and wait until it gets synced with jdk9/hs-comp again.
I don't see a problem to push into jdk9/hs-comp/jdk. It is even better
for me since I have to prepare new control builds of whole forest for
testing and I can get sources for that from one place.
The only reason to push fix into jdk9/dev/jdk if something breaks builds
on our platforms, I think.
You can pushed into jdk9/hs-comp/jdk after reviews.
> Please notice that this change is also intended for downport into 8u,
> but I don't expect this to be a problem because it only contains
> AIX-specific coding.
> The main problem with the integration was caused by change "8032451:
> (dc) DatagramChannel.join should support include-mode filtering on OS
> X" which was already in jdk9/dev/jdk but not in
> ppc-aix-port/stage-9/jdk. It caused some issues which will be solved
> with this change:
> 8032451 did some changes to NativeThread.c. Instead of adding another
> platform specific section to that file I've moved the AIX
> implementation to it's own file which will only be used during the AIX
> port. Notice that the changes in the makefile are in a AIX-specific
> section and won't affect any other platform.
> 8032451 removed some specific coding which was used by AIX as well. To
> re-enable the build on AIX 5.3 we have to define the two structures
> 'ip_mreq_source' and 'group_source_req' on that platform.
> This is another file which wasn't present in our stage-9/jdk
> repository but in the new jdk9/dev/jdk. Just added the required,
> AIX-specific section to the file.
> Recent changes have updated the various
> src/share/lib/security/java.security* files. Without these changes,
> the JDK failes to pass the
> java/lang/SecurityManager/CheckPackageAccess.java jtreg regression
> test. I've just updated java.security-aix to be the same like the
> corresponding Linux version (as this was done - and agreed upon that
> it is OK - in the initial AIX change).
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