Request for review (M): 7132070: Use a mach_port_t as the OSThread thread_id rather than pthread_t on BSD/OSX
staffan.larsen at oracle.com
Wed Feb 15 10:56:21 PST 2012
On 15 feb 2012, at 19:33, Paul Hohensee wrote:
> Imo we should at least try to make non-osx bsd builds work, since
> the original code did work for non-osx builds. This change doesn't
> do that.
> In globalDefinitions_gcc.hpp, if you keep the lines
> #undef ELF_AC
> #undef EFL_ID
> then you don't have to change vm_version_x86.hpp.
The problem was that my additional include of mach/mach.h in os_bsd.inline.hpp brought back those defines. So I went with Tom's suggestion and renamed the flags in vm_version_x86.hpp.
> On 2/15/12 10:16 AM, Daniel D. Daugherty wrote:
>> The _ALLBSD_SOURCE symbol is defined by the HotSpot Makefile infrastructure.
>> It is used to identify code specific to the BSD family of OSes.
>> The __APPLE__ symbol is defined by the Apple compiler(s) and it is used to
>> identify code specific to MacOS X.
>> Typically you'll see something like:
>> #ifdef _ALLBSD_SOURCE
>> <code that works on all BSDs>
>> #ifdef __APPLE__
>> <code specific to MacOS X>
>> <code for other BSDs>
>> #endif // __APPLE__
>> #endif // _ALLBSD_SOURCE
>> As for building on non-MacOS X BSDs, that would be nice, but we
>> don't have the infrastructure to do it.
>> On 2/15/12 6:57 AM, Mikael Gerdin wrote:
>>> Hi Staffan,
>>> It looks like you're adding Mac-specific stuff like thread_t and calls to ::mach_thread_self() inside _ALLBSD_SOURCE #ifdefs, are you sure this won't break BSD builds?
>>> Does the OSX compiler define _ALLBSD_SOURCE or is that for (free|net|open)bsd?
>>> It's too bad we don't do regular builds on any of the BSDs, otherwise this would have been easier to figure out.
>>> On 2012-02-15 11:29, Staffan Larsen wrote:
>>>> Please review the following change:
>>>> Bug: http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=7132070
>>>> Webrev: http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~sla/7132070/webrev.00/
>>>> This changes the value returned by OSThread::thread_id() and
>>>> os::current_thread_id() on macosx to return the mach thread_t instead of
>>>> pthread_t. There is a separate method OSThread:pthread_id() that returns
>>>> the pthread_t.
>>>> The reason for this change is both that JFR would like a 4 byte value
>>>> for thread id, and that SA requires access to the thread_t.
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