CR for RFR 8140779
vladimir.x.ivanov at oracle.com
Fri Oct 30 11:02:13 UTC 2015
I also briefly looked through the change.
It looks really good and the code is much cleaner now.
On 10/30/15 11:16 AM, Vladimir Kozlov wrote:
> match_rule_supported() already calls has_match_rule(opcode) so don't
> call it in match_rule_supported_vector().
> Otherwise very nice cleanup. Thank you.
> Igor, please, use RBT on x86 to execute a lot of tests.
> On 10/30/15 3:06 AM, Berg, Michael C wrote:
>> Hi Folks,
>> I would like to contribute AVX 512 changes for bug fixes and performance
>> issues. I need two reviewers to examine this patch and comment as needed:
>> Bug-id: https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8140779
>> Debugging on Evex machines, a number of issues were uncovered which
>> could not be addressed via emulation. These changes include a unified
>> approach with call frames for Evex and pre Evex targets, performance
>> changes for 32 bit Evex performance, general improvements to all x86
>> targets for reduction patterns, encoding changes for correctness,
>> changes that reduce register pressure for generated code, CPUID
>> additions for additional state control, vector length guards on
>> instructions which only partially support Evex on some targets. Also
>> included are the addition of a state object which is atomic to each
>> instruction emit and which is programmed with specific target
>> information. There is a reduction of x86 assembler interfaces from 20 to
>> 4. Code which manages the legacy code path for instructions which do not
>> have Evex support is also included which must manage upper bank
>> resources of registers while avoiding complication in the register
>> allocator which would bloat code.
>> Please consider this a high priority review for target system usage.
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