RFR: 8159063: aarch64: optimise unaligned array copy long
vladimir.kozlov at oracle.com
Tue Jun 14 18:40:08 UTC 2016
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On 6/8/16 9:01 AM, Vladimir Kozlov wrote:
> Please, hold on pushing this RFE into jdk 9. We are post FC and it needs
> On 6/8/16 8:25 AM, Edward Nevill wrote:
>> Please review the following webrev
>> JIRA Issue: https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8159063
>> This webrev optimises the code generate for copy array long to ensure
>> that loads/stores are always done on 128 bit boundaries.
>> This can be switched on/off with -XX:+/-AvoidUnalignedAccesses which is
>> set by default for those partners where there is a benefit.
>> The following is my test case.
>> To run do
>> java ArrayCopyAligned <iters> <start> <end> <step>
>> This shows the results for partners A and B with the parameters 10 0
>> 1024 32.
>> OK to push to jdk8u now (and later to jdk9)?
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