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jdk/dynalink/support/ChainedCallSite.java

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package jdk.dynalink.support;

import java.lang.invoke.MethodHandle;
import java.lang.invoke.MethodHandles;
import java.util.Arrays;
import java.util.Iterator;
import java.util.LinkedList;
import jdk.dynalink.CallSiteDescriptor;
import jdk.dynalink.linker.GuardedInvocation;
import jdk.dynalink.linker.support.Lookup;

/**
 * A relinkable call site that implements a polymorphic inline caching strategy.
 * It remembers up to 8 {@link GuardedInvocation}s it was linked with, and on
 * each relink request builds a cascading chain of method handles of one
 * invocation falling back to the next one. The number of remembered invocations
 * can be customized by overriding {@link #getMaxChainLength()} in a subclass.
 * When this call site is relinked with a new invocation and the length of the
 * chain is already at the maximum, it will throw away the oldest invocation.
 * Invocations with invalidated switch points and ones for which their
 * invalidating exception triggered are removed eagerly from the chain. The
 * invocations are never reordered; the most recently linked method handle is
 * always at the start of the chain and the least recently linked at its end.
 * The call site can be safely relinked on more than one thread concurrently.
 * Race conditions in linking are resolved by throwing away the
 * {@link GuardedInvocation} produced on the losing thread without incorporating
 * it into the chain, so it can lead to repeated linking for the same arguments.
 */
public class ChainedCallSite extends AbstractRelinkableCallSite {
    private static final MethodHandle PRUNE_CATCHES;
    private static final MethodHandle PRUNE_SWITCHPOINTS;
    static {
        final MethodHandle PRUNE = Lookup.findOwnSpecial(MethodHandles.lookup(), "prune", MethodHandle.class,
                MethodHandle.class, boolean.class);
        PRUNE_CATCHES      = MethodHandles.insertArguments(PRUNE, 2, true);
        PRUNE_SWITCHPOINTS = MethodHandles.insertArguments(PRUNE, 2, false);
    }

    /**
     * Contains the invocations currently linked into this call site's target. They are used when we are
     * relinking to rebuild the guardWithTest chain. Valid values for this field are: {@code null} if there's
     * no linked invocations, or an instance of {@link GuardedInvocation} if there is exactly one previous
     * invocation, or an instance of {@code GuardedInvocation[]} if there is more than one previous
     * invocation.
     */
    private Object invocations;

    /**
     * Creates a new chained call site.
     * @param descriptor the descriptor for the call site.
     */
    public ChainedCallSite(final CallSiteDescriptor descriptor) {
        super(descriptor);
    }

    /**
     * The maximum number of method handles in the chain. Defaults to 8. You can
     * override it in a subclass if you need to change the value.
     * @return the maximum number of method handles in the chain. The return
     * value is checked, and if your override returns a value less than 1, a
     * {@link RuntimeException} will be thrown.
     */
    protected int getMaxChainLength() {
        return 8;
    }

    @Override
    public void relink(final GuardedInvocation guardedInvocation, final MethodHandle relinkAndInvoke) {
        relinkInternal(guardedInvocation, relinkAndInvoke, false, false);
    }

    @Override
    public void resetAndRelink(final GuardedInvocation guardedInvocation, final MethodHandle relinkAndInvoke) {
        relinkInternal(guardedInvocation, relinkAndInvoke, true, false);
    }

    private MethodHandle relinkInternal(final GuardedInvocation invocation, final MethodHandle relink, final boolean reset, final boolean removeCatches) {
        final Object currentInvocations = invocations;
        final LinkedList<GuardedInvocation> newInvocations;
        if (currentInvocations == null || reset) {
            newInvocations = new LinkedList<>();
        } else if (currentInvocations instanceof GuardedInvocation) {
            newInvocations = new LinkedList<>();
            newInvocations.add((GuardedInvocation)currentInvocations);
        } else if (currentInvocations instanceof GuardedInvocation[]) {
            newInvocations = new LinkedList<>(Arrays.asList(((GuardedInvocation[])currentInvocations)));
        } else {
            throw new AssertionError();
        }

        // First, prune the chain of invalidated switchpoints, we always do this
        // We also remove any catches if the remove catches flag is set
        for(final Iterator<GuardedInvocation> it = newInvocations.iterator(); it.hasNext();) {
            final GuardedInvocation inv = it.next();
            if(inv.hasBeenInvalidated() || (removeCatches && inv.getException() != null)) {
                it.remove();
            }
        }

        // prune() is allowed to invoke this method with invocation == null meaning we're just pruning the chain and not
        // adding any new invocations to it.
        if(invocation != null) {
            // Remove oldest entry if we're at max length
            if(newInvocations.size() == checkMaxChainLength(getMaxChainLength())) {
                newInvocations.removeFirst();
            }
            newInvocations.addLast(invocation);
        }

        // prune-and-invoke is used as the fallback for invalidated switchpoints. If a switchpoint gets invalidated, we
        // rebuild the chain and get rid of all invalidated switchpoints instead of letting them linger.
        final MethodHandle pruneAndInvokeSwitchPoints = makePruneAndInvokeMethod(relink, PRUNE_SWITCHPOINTS);
        final MethodHandle pruneAndInvokeCatches      = makePruneAndInvokeMethod(relink, PRUNE_CATCHES);

        // Fold the new chain
        MethodHandle target = relink;
        for(final GuardedInvocation inv: newInvocations) {
            target = inv.compose(target, pruneAndInvokeSwitchPoints, pruneAndInvokeCatches);
        }

        switch (newInvocations.size()) {
            case 0:
                invocations = null;
                break;
            case 1:
                invocations = newInvocations.getFirst();
                break;
            default:
                invocations = newInvocations.toArray(new GuardedInvocation[0]);
        }
        setTarget(target);
        return target;
    }

    private static int checkMaxChainLength(final int maxChainLength) {
        if (maxChainLength > 0) {
            return maxChainLength;
        }
        throw new RuntimeException("getMaxChainLength() returned a non-positive value");

    }
    /**
     * Creates a method that rebuilds our call chain, pruning it of any invalidated switchpoints, and then invokes that
     * chain.
     * @param relinkAndInvoke the ultimate fallback for the chain passed from the dynamic linker.
     * @return a method handle for prune-and-invoke
     */
    private MethodHandle makePruneAndInvokeMethod(final MethodHandle relinkAndInvoke, final MethodHandle prune) {
        // Bind prune to (this, relink)
        final MethodHandle boundPrune = MethodHandles.insertArguments(prune, 0, this, relinkAndInvoke);
        // Make it ignore all incoming arguments
        final MethodHandle ignoreArgsPrune = MethodHandles.dropArguments(boundPrune, 0, type().parameterList());
        // Invoke prune, then invoke the call site target with original arguments
        return MethodHandles.foldArguments(MethodHandles.exactInvoker(type()), ignoreArgsPrune);
    }

    @SuppressWarnings("unused")
    private MethodHandle prune(final MethodHandle relink, final boolean catches) {
        return relinkInternal(null, relink, false, catches);
    }
}

jdk/dynalink/support/ChainedCallSite.java

 

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