author Bob Owen <>
Tue, 06 Sep 2016 08:57:21 +0100
changeset 312802 a46f0e32289bb8975eef7f87d14cbd71c9c10582
parent 225142 f1688fd78a39ba08437ba6190c7cc87fe34da30e
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Bug 1287426 Part 3: Update security/sandbox/chromium/ to commit 4ec79b7f2379a60cdc15599e93255c0fa417f1ed. r=aklotz, r=jld MozReview-Commit-ID: 14eHMsYZznA

// Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.


#include <stddef.h>

#include <algorithm>
#include <list>
#include "base/macros.h"
#include "sandbox/win/src/crosscall_server.h"

namespace sandbox {

// Win2kThreadPool a simple implementation of a thread provider as required
// for the sandbox IPC subsystem. See sandbox\crosscall_server.h for the details
// and requirements of this interface.
// Implementing the thread provider as a thread pool is desirable in the case
// of shared memory IPC because it can generate a large number of waitable
// events: as many as channels. A thread pool does not create a thread per
// event, instead maintains a few idle threads but can create more if the need
// arises.
// This implementation simply thunks to the nice thread pool API of win2k.
class Win2kThreadPool : public ThreadProvider {
  ~Win2kThreadPool() override;

  bool RegisterWait(const void* cookie,
                    HANDLE waitable_object,
                    CrossCallIPCCallback callback,
                    void* context) override;

  bool UnRegisterWaits(void* cookie) override;

  // Returns the total number of wait objects associated with
  // the thread pool.
  size_t OutstandingWaits();

  // record to keep track of a wait and its associated cookie.
  struct PoolObject {
    const void* cookie;
    HANDLE wait;
  // The list of pool wait objects.
  typedef std::list<PoolObject> PoolObjects;
  PoolObjects pool_objects_;
  // This lock protects the list of pool wait objects.


}  // namespace sandbox