8265421: java/lang/String/StringRepeat.java test is missing a memory requirement #3566
Please review the following patch, which fixes the mentioned test case for memory constrained devices. This can be tested on a linux based development machine, using systemd as follows:
I split up the test case in a part which only executes the small repeat counts, and in one part which executes the huge repeat count. The second part is guarded by a requirement, so it is only executed if enough memory is available.
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