author Nazım Can Altınova <>
Fri, 01 Jun 2018 12:35:39 +0200
changeset 422449 6299a6e593f80fcb93f66c3dcd399b4cd4149229
parent 362653 a8011068db5a26fc837f8e78fb7e38d38822c2f6
child 448947 6f3709b3878117466168c40affa7bca0b60cf75b
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#ifndef mozilla_ProcessPriorityManager_h_
#define mozilla_ProcessPriorityManager_h_

#include "mozilla/HalTypes.h"

namespace mozilla {
namespace dom {
class ContentParent;
class TabParent;
} // namespace dom

 * This class sets the priority of subprocesses in response to explicit
 * requests and events in the system.
 * A process's priority changes e.g. when it goes into the background via
 * mozbrowser's setVisible(false).  Process priority affects CPU scheduling and
 * also which processes get killed when we run out of memory.
 * After you call Initialize(), the only thing you probably have to do is call
 * SetProcessPriority on processes immediately after creating them in order to
 * set their initial priority.  The ProcessPriorityManager takes care of the
 * rest.
class ProcessPriorityManager final
   * Initialize the ProcessPriorityManager machinery, causing the
   * ProcessPriorityManager to actively manage the priorities of all
   * subprocesses.  You should call this before creating any subprocesses.
   * You should also call this function even if you're in a child process,
   * since it will initialize ProcessPriorityManagerChild.
  static void Init();

   * Set the process priority of a given ContentParent's process.
   * Note that because this method takes a ContentParent*, you can only set the
   * priority of your subprocesses.  In fact, because we don't support nested
   * content processes (bug 761935), you can only call this method from the
   * main process.
   * It probably only makes sense to call this function immediately after a
   * process is created.  At this point, the process priority manager doesn't
   * have enough context about the processs to know what its priority should
   * be.
   * Eventually whatever priority you set here can and probably will be
   * overwritten by the process priority manager.
  static void SetProcessPriority(dom::ContentParent* aContentParent,
                                 hal::ProcessPriority aPriority);

   * Returns true iff this process's priority is FOREGROUND*.
   * Note that because process priorities are set in the main process, it's
   * possible for this method to return a stale value.  So be careful about
   * what you use this for.
  static bool CurrentProcessIsForeground();

  static void TabActivityChanged(dom::TabParent* aTabParent, bool aIsActive);


} // namespace mozilla