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8294037: Using alias template to unify hashtables in AsyncLogWriter
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Reviewed-by: coleenp, simonis
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Xin Liu committed Sep 22, 2022
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5 changes: 1 addition & 4 deletions src/hotspot/share/logging/logAsyncWriter.cpp
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Expand Up @@ -116,10 +116,7 @@ AsyncLogWriter::AsyncLogWriter()

void AsyncLogWriter::write() {
ResourceMark rm;
// Similar to AsyncLogMap but on resource_area
ResourceHashtable<LogFileStreamOutput*, uint32_t,
17/*table_size*/, ResourceObj::RESOURCE_AREA,
mtLogging> snapshot;
AsyncLogMap<ResourceObj::RESOURCE_AREA> snapshot;

// lock protection. This guarantees I/O jobs don't block logsites.
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11 changes: 6 additions & 5 deletions src/hotspot/share/logging/logAsyncWriter.hpp
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Expand Up @@ -58,11 +58,12 @@ class AsyncLogWriter : public NonJavaThread {
friend class AsyncLogTest;
friend class AsyncLogTest_logBuffer_vm_Test;
class AsyncLogLocker;

// account for dropped messages
template <ResourceObj::allocation_type ALLOC_TYPE>
using AsyncLogMap = ResourceHashtable<LogFileStreamOutput*,
17, /*table_size*/
uint32_t, 17, /*table_size*/
ALLOC_TYPE, mtLogging>;

// Messsage is the envelop of a log line and its associative data.
// Its length is variable because of the zero-terminated c-str. It is only valid when we create it using placement new
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PlatformMonitor _lock;
bool _data_available;
volatile bool _initialized;
AsyncLogMap _stats; // statistics for dropped messages
AsyncLogMap<ResourceObj::C_HEAP> _stats;

// ping-pong buffers
Buffer* _buffer;
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