Request for reviews (M): 6910618: C2: Error: assert(d->is_oop(),"JVM_ArrayCopy: dst not an oop")

Tom Rodriguez Thomas.Rodriguez at Sun.COM
Mon Feb 8 12:44:35 PST 2010

Oh, right, wrong end of the stack.  So then why can't you get it from the bytecodes of the call site of the last scope?

ScopeDesc* scope = chunk->at(chunk->length() - 1)->scope();
Bytecode_invoke* invoke = Bytecode_invoke_at_check(scope->method(), scope->bci());
if (invoke != NULL) {
  save_oop_result = invoke->result_type() == T_OBJECT;

I guess it's possible that the site is being handled in some different way such that we don't actually have a real call there, particularly if reexecute were true.  So your fix seems more right.  What do you think about dropping the =true on the printing output since it seems redundant?


On Feb 8, 2010, at 11:50 AM, Vladimir Kozlov wrote:

> Because it will return deoptee (caller method) and not the method
> from which we returned already (no frame on stack).
> Vladimir
> Tom Rodriguez wrote:
>> Why do you need to record this in the PcDesc?  Why can't you just do:
>> chunk->at(0)->scope()->method()->return_type() == T_OBJECT
>> tom
>> On Feb 8, 2010, at 11:12 AM, Vladimir Kozlov wrote:
>>> Fixed 6910618: C2: Error: assert(d->is_oop(),"JVM_ArrayCopy: dst not an oop")
>>> Problem:
>>> If deoptimization happened on the return from a call which
>>> which returns oop, the oop will be not updated during GC which
>>> is triggered by scalar replaced objects reallocation.
>>> Solution:
>>> Mark in PcDesc call sites which return oop (this is main part of changes)
>>> and save the result oop across objects reallocation during deoptimization.
>>> Reviewed by:
>>> Fix verified (y/n): y, test
>>> Other testing:
>>> JPRT

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