js/src/vm/ForkJoin.cpp
author Shu-yu Guo <shu@rfrn.org>
Fri, 20 Jun 2014 18:39:14 -0700
changeset 189915 cd7125c3338572cbb59534ed03243a8a87fbc92c
parent 189892 724d46a1b00a58fff7b846193c082759c4d43eac
child 189916 c6bd4f36fc3026dc9fed67ec54f23492b9fe9618
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1019304 - Part 2: Overhaul PJS bailout mechanism to be like the normal bailout mechanism. (r=nmatsakis) - Remove ad-hoc IR tracing and AbortPar machinery. - PJS bailouts use a different handler that unwinds the entire ForkJoin stack, but otherwise shares the same code as sequential bailouts. - Each thread's stack is snapshotted as a RematerializedFrame vector.

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*-
 * vim: set ts=8 sts=4 et sw=4 tw=99:
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#if defined(XP_WIN)
# include <io.h>     // for isatty()
#else
# include <unistd.h> // for isatty()
#endif

#include "vm/ForkJoin.h"

#include "mozilla/ThreadLocal.h"

#include "jscntxt.h"
#include "jslock.h"
#include "jsprf.h"

#include "builtin/TypedObject.h"

#ifdef JS_THREADSAFE
# include "jit/BaselineJIT.h"
# include "vm/Monitor.h"
#endif

#if defined(JS_THREADSAFE) && defined(JS_ION)
# include "jit/JitCommon.h"
# include "jit/RematerializedFrame.h"
# ifdef FORKJOIN_SPEW
#  include "jit/Ion.h"
#  include "jit/JitCompartment.h"
#  include "jit/MIR.h"
#  include "jit/MIRGraph.h"
# endif
#endif // THREADSAFE && ION

#include "gc/ForkJoinNursery-inl.h"
#include "vm/Interpreter-inl.h"

using namespace js;
using namespace js::parallel;
using namespace js::jit;

using mozilla::ThreadLocal;

///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Degenerate configurations
//
// When JS_THREADSAFE or JS_ION is not defined, we simply run the
// |func| callback sequentially.  We also forego the feedback
// altogether.

static bool
ExecuteSequentially(JSContext *cx_, HandleValue funVal, uint16_t *sliceStart,
                    uint16_t sliceEnd);

#if !defined(JS_THREADSAFE) || !defined(JS_ION)
bool
js::ForkJoin(JSContext *cx, CallArgs &args)
{
    RootedValue argZero(cx, args[0]);
    uint16_t sliceStart = uint16_t(args[1].toInt32());
    uint16_t sliceEnd = uint16_t(args[2].toInt32());
    if (!ExecuteSequentially(cx, argZero, &sliceStart, sliceEnd))
        return false;
    MOZ_ASSERT(sliceStart == sliceEnd);
    return true;
}

JSContext *
ForkJoinContext::acquireJSContext()
{
    return nullptr;
}

void
ForkJoinContext::releaseJSContext()
{
}

bool
ForkJoinContext::isMainThread() const
{
    return true;
}

JSRuntime *
ForkJoinContext::runtime()
{
    MOZ_ASSUME_UNREACHABLE("Not THREADSAFE build");
}

bool
ForkJoinContext::check()
{
    MOZ_ASSUME_UNREACHABLE("Not THREADSAFE build");
}

void
ForkJoinContext::requestGC(JS::gcreason::Reason reason)
{
    MOZ_ASSUME_UNREACHABLE("Not THREADSAFE build");
}

void
ForkJoinContext::requestZoneGC(JS::Zone *zone, JS::gcreason::Reason reason)
{
    MOZ_ASSUME_UNREACHABLE("Not THREADSAFE build");
}

bool
ForkJoinContext::setPendingAbortFatal(ParallelBailoutCause cause)
{
    MOZ_ASSUME_UNREACHABLE("Not THREADSAFE build");
    return false;
}

void
ParallelBailoutRecord::rematerializeFrames(ForkJoinContext *cx, JitFrameIterator &frameIter)
{
    MOZ_ASSUME_UNREACHABLE("Not THREADSAFE build");
}

void
ParallelBailoutRecord::rematerializeFrames(ForkJoinContext *cx, IonBailoutIterator &frameIter)
{
    MOZ_ASSUME_UNREACHABLE("Not THREADSAFE build");
}

bool
js::InExclusiveParallelSection()
{
    return false;
}

bool
js::ParallelTestsShouldPass(JSContext *cx)
{
    return false;
}

bool
js::intrinsic_SetForkJoinTargetRegion(JSContext *cx, unsigned argc, Value *vp)
{
    return true;
}

static bool
intrinsic_SetForkJoinTargetRegionPar(ForkJoinContext *cx, unsigned argc, Value *vp)
{
    return true;
}

JS_JITINFO_NATIVE_PARALLEL(js::intrinsic_SetForkJoinTargetRegionInfo,
                           intrinsic_SetForkJoinTargetRegionPar);

bool
js::intrinsic_ClearThreadLocalArenas(JSContext *cx, unsigned argc, Value *vp)
{
    return true;
}

static bool
intrinsic_ClearThreadLocalArenasPar(ForkJoinContext *cx, unsigned argc, Value *vp)
{
    return true;
}

JS_JITINFO_NATIVE_PARALLEL(js::intrinsic_ClearThreadLocalArenasInfo,
                           intrinsic_ClearThreadLocalArenasPar);

#endif // !JS_THREADSAFE || !JS_ION

///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// All configurations
//
// Some code that is shared between degenerate and parallel configurations.

static bool
ExecuteSequentially(JSContext *cx, HandleValue funVal, uint16_t *sliceStart,
                    uint16_t sliceEnd)
{
    FastInvokeGuard fig(cx, funVal);
    InvokeArgs &args = fig.args();
    if (!args.init(3))
        return false;
    args.setCallee(funVal);
    args.setThis(UndefinedValue());
    args[0].setInt32(0);
    args[1].setInt32(*sliceStart);
    args[2].setInt32(sliceEnd);
    if (!fig.invoke(cx))
        return false;
    *sliceStart = (uint16_t)(args.rval().toInt32());
    return true;
}

ThreadLocal<ForkJoinContext*> ForkJoinContext::tlsForkJoinContext;

/* static */ bool
ForkJoinContext::initialize()
{
    if (!tlsForkJoinContext.initialized()) {
        if (!tlsForkJoinContext.init())
            return false;
    }
    return true;
}

///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Parallel configurations
//
// The remainder of this file is specific to cases where both
// JS_THREADSAFE and JS_ION are enabled.

#if defined(JS_THREADSAFE) && defined(JS_ION)

///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Class Declarations and Function Prototypes

namespace js {

// When writing tests, it is often useful to specify different modes
// of operation.
enum ForkJoinMode {
    // WARNING: If you change this enum, you MUST update
    // ForkJoinMode() in Utilities.js

    // The "normal" behavior: attempt parallel, fallback to
    // sequential.  If compilation is ongoing in a helper thread, then
    // run sequential warmup iterations in the meantime. If those
    // iterations wind up completing all the work, just abort.
    ForkJoinModeNormal,

    // Like normal, except that we will keep running warmup iterations
    // until compilations are complete, even if there is no more work
    // to do. This is useful in tests as a "setup" run.
    ForkJoinModeCompile,

    // Requires that compilation has already completed. Expects parallel
    // execution to proceed without a hitch. (Reports an error otherwise)
    ForkJoinModeParallel,

    // Requires that compilation has already completed. Expects
    // parallel execution to bailout once but continue after that without
    // further bailouts. (Reports an error otherwise)
    ForkJoinModeRecover,

    // Expects all parallel executions to yield a bailout.  If this is not
    // the case, reports an error.
    ForkJoinModeBailout,

    NumForkJoinModes
};

class ForkJoinOperation
{
  public:
    // For tests, make sure to keep this in sync with minItemsTestingThreshold.
    static const uint32_t MAX_BAILOUTS = 3;
    uint32_t bailouts;

    ForkJoinOperation(JSContext *cx, HandleFunction fun, uint16_t sliceStart,
                      uint16_t sliceEnd, ForkJoinMode mode, HandleObject updatable);
    ExecutionStatus apply();

  private:
    // Most of the functions involved in managing the parallel
    // compilation follow a similar control-flow. They return RedLight
    // if they have either encountered a fatal error or completed the
    // execution, such that no further work is needed. In that event,
    // they take an `ExecutionStatus*` which they use to report
    // whether execution was successful or not. If the function
    // returns `GreenLight`, then the parallel operation is not yet
    // fully completed, so the state machine should carry on.
    enum TrafficLight {
        RedLight,
        GreenLight
    };

    struct WorklistData {
        // True if we enqueued the callees from the ion-compiled
        // version of this entry
        bool calleesEnqueued;

        // Last record useCount; updated after warmup
        // iterations;
        uint32_t useCount;

        // Number of continuous "stalls" --- meaning warmups
        // where useCount did not increase.
        uint32_t stallCount;

        void reset() {
            calleesEnqueued = false;
            useCount = 0;
            stallCount = 0;
        }
    };

    JSContext *cx_;
    HandleFunction fun_;
    HandleObject updatable_;
    uint16_t sliceStart_;
    uint16_t sliceEnd_;
    Vector<ParallelBailoutRecord, 16> bailoutRecords_;
    AutoScriptVector worklist_;
    Vector<WorklistData, 16> worklistData_;
    ForkJoinMode mode_;

    TrafficLight enqueueInitialScript(ExecutionStatus *status);
    TrafficLight compileForParallelExecution(ExecutionStatus *status);
    TrafficLight warmupExecution(bool stopIfComplete, ExecutionStatus *status);
    TrafficLight parallelExecution(ExecutionStatus *status);
    TrafficLight sequentialExecution(bool disqualified, ExecutionStatus *status);
    TrafficLight recoverFromBailout(ExecutionStatus *status);
    TrafficLight fatalError(ExecutionStatus *status);
    bool isInitialScript(HandleScript script);
    void getBailoutScriptAndPc(MutableHandleScript bailoutScript, jsbytecode **bailoutPc,
                               ParallelBailoutCause *bailoutCause);
    bool reportBailoutWarnings();
    bool invalidateBailedOutScripts();
    ExecutionStatus sequentialExecution(bool disqualified);

    TrafficLight appendCallTargetsToWorklist(uint32_t index, ExecutionStatus *status);
    TrafficLight appendCallTargetToWorklist(HandleScript script, ExecutionStatus *status);
    bool addToWorklist(HandleScript script);
    inline bool hasScript(Vector<types::RecompileInfo> &scripts, JSScript *script);
}; // class ForkJoinOperation

class ForkJoinShared : public ParallelJob, public Monitor
{
#ifdef JSGC_FJGENERATIONAL
    friend class gc::ForkJoinGCShared;
#endif

    /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    // Constant fields

    JSContext *const cx_;                  // Current context
    ThreadPool *const threadPool_;         // The thread pool
    HandleFunction fun_;                   // The JavaScript function to execute
    HandleObject updatable_;               // Pre-existing object that might be updated
    uint16_t sliceStart_;                  // The starting slice id.
    uint16_t sliceEnd_;                    // The ending slice id + 1.
    PRLock *cxLock_;                       // Locks cx_ for parallel VM calls
    ParallelBailoutRecord *const records_; // Bailout records for each worker

    /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    // Per-thread arenas
    //
    // Each worker thread gets an arena to use when allocating.

    Vector<Allocator *, 16> allocators_;

    /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    // Locked Fields
    //
    // Only to be accessed while holding the lock.

    bool gcRequested_;              // True if a worker requested a GC
    JS::gcreason::Reason gcReason_; // Reason given to request GC
    Zone *gcZone_;                  // Zone for GC, or nullptr for full

    /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    // Asynchronous Flags
    //
    // These can be accessed without the lock and are thus atomic.

    // Set to true when parallel execution should abort.
    mozilla::Atomic<bool, mozilla::ReleaseAcquire> abort_;

    // Set to true when a worker bails for a fatal reason.
    mozilla::Atomic<bool, mozilla::ReleaseAcquire> fatal_;

  public:
    ForkJoinShared(JSContext *cx,
                   ThreadPool *threadPool,
                   HandleFunction fun,
                   HandleObject updatable,
                   uint16_t sliceStart,
                   uint16_t sliceEnd,
                   ParallelBailoutRecord *records);
    ~ForkJoinShared();

    bool init();

    ParallelResult execute();

    // Invoked from parallel worker threads:
    virtual bool executeFromWorker(ThreadPoolWorker *worker, uintptr_t stackLimit) MOZ_OVERRIDE;

    // Invoked only from the main thread:
    virtual bool executeFromMainThread(ThreadPoolWorker *worker) MOZ_OVERRIDE;

    // Executes the user-supplied function a worker or the main thread.
    void executePortion(PerThreadData *perThread, ThreadPoolWorker *worker);

    // Moves all the per-thread arenas into the main compartment and processes
    // any pending requests for a GC. This can only safely be invoked on the
    // main thread after the workers have completed.
    void transferArenasToCompartmentAndProcessGCRequests();


    // Requests a GC, either full or specific to a zone.
    void requestGC(JS::gcreason::Reason reason);
    void requestZoneGC(JS::Zone *zone, JS::gcreason::Reason reason);

    // Requests that computation abort.
    void setAbortFlagDueToInterrupt(ForkJoinContext &cx);
    void setAbortFlagAndRequestInterrupt(bool fatal);

    // Set the fatal flag for the next abort.
    void setPendingAbortFatal() { fatal_ = true; }

    JSRuntime *runtime() { return cx_->runtime(); }
    JS::Zone *zone() { return cx_->zone(); }
    JSCompartment *compartment() { return cx_->compartment(); }

    JSContext *acquireJSContext() { PR_Lock(cxLock_); return cx_; }
    void releaseJSContext() { PR_Unlock(cxLock_); }

    HandleObject updatable() { return updatable_; }
};

class AutoEnterWarmup
{
    JSRuntime *runtime_;

  public:
    explicit AutoEnterWarmup(JSRuntime *runtime) : runtime_(runtime) { runtime_->forkJoinWarmup++; }
    ~AutoEnterWarmup() { runtime_->forkJoinWarmup--; }
};

class AutoSetForkJoinContext
{
  public:
    explicit AutoSetForkJoinContext(ForkJoinContext *threadCx) {
        ForkJoinContext::tlsForkJoinContext.set(threadCx);
    }

    ~AutoSetForkJoinContext() {
        ForkJoinContext::tlsForkJoinContext.set(nullptr);
    }
};

} // namespace js

///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// ForkJoinActivation
//
// Takes care of tidying up GC before we enter a fork join section. Also
// pauses the barrier verifier, as we cannot enter fork join with the runtime
// or the zone needing barriers.

ForkJoinActivation::ForkJoinActivation(JSContext *cx)
  : Activation(cx, ForkJoin),
    prevJitTop_(cx->mainThread().jitTop),
    av_(cx->runtime(), false)
{
    // Note: we do not allow GC during parallel sections.
    // Moreover, we do not wish to worry about making
    // write barriers thread-safe.  Therefore, we guarantee
    // that there is no incremental GC in progress and force
    // a minor GC to ensure no cross-generation pointers get
    // created:

    if (JS::IsIncrementalGCInProgress(cx->runtime())) {
        JS::PrepareForIncrementalGC(cx->runtime());
        JS::FinishIncrementalGC(cx->runtime(), JS::gcreason::API);
    }

    MinorGC(cx->runtime(), JS::gcreason::API);

    cx->runtime()->gc.waitBackgroundSweepEnd();

    JS_ASSERT(!cx->runtime()->needsBarrier());
    JS_ASSERT(!cx->zone()->needsBarrier());
}

ForkJoinActivation::~ForkJoinActivation()
{
    cx_->perThreadData->jitTop = prevJitTop_;
}

///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// js::ForkJoin() and ForkJoinOperation class
//
// These are the top-level objects that manage the parallel execution.
// They handle parallel compilation (if necessary), triggering
// parallel execution, and recovering from bailouts.

static const char *ForkJoinModeString(ForkJoinMode mode);

bool
js::ForkJoin(JSContext *cx, CallArgs &args)
{
    JS_ASSERT(args.length() == 5); // else the self-hosted code is wrong
    JS_ASSERT(args[0].isObject());
    JS_ASSERT(args[0].toObject().is<JSFunction>());
    JS_ASSERT(args[1].isInt32());
    JS_ASSERT(args[2].isInt32());
    JS_ASSERT(args[3].isInt32());
    JS_ASSERT(args[3].toInt32() < NumForkJoinModes);
    JS_ASSERT(args[4].isObjectOrNull());

    RootedFunction fun(cx, &args[0].toObject().as<JSFunction>());
    uint16_t sliceStart = (uint16_t)(args[1].toInt32());
    uint16_t sliceEnd = (uint16_t)(args[2].toInt32());
    ForkJoinMode mode = (ForkJoinMode)(args[3].toInt32());
    RootedObject updatable(cx, args[4].toObjectOrNull());

    MOZ_ASSERT(sliceStart == args[1].toInt32());
    MOZ_ASSERT(sliceEnd == args[2].toInt32());
    MOZ_ASSERT(sliceStart <= sliceEnd);

    ForkJoinOperation op(cx, fun, sliceStart, sliceEnd, mode, updatable);
    ExecutionStatus status = op.apply();
    if (status == ExecutionFatal)
        return false;

    switch (mode) {
      case ForkJoinModeNormal:
      case ForkJoinModeCompile:
        return true;

      case ForkJoinModeParallel:
        if (status == ExecutionParallel && op.bailouts == 0)
            return true;
        break;

      case ForkJoinModeRecover:
        if (status != ExecutionSequential && op.bailouts > 0)
            return true;
        break;

      case ForkJoinModeBailout:
        if (status != ExecutionParallel)
            return true;
        break;

      case NumForkJoinModes:
        break;
    }

    const char *statusString = "?";
    switch (status) {
      case ExecutionSequential: statusString = "seq"; break;
      case ExecutionParallel: statusString = "par"; break;
      case ExecutionWarmup: statusString = "warmup"; break;
      case ExecutionFatal: statusString = "fatal"; break;
    }

    if (ParallelTestsShouldPass(cx)) {
        JS_ReportError(cx, "ForkJoin: mode=%s status=%s bailouts=%d",
                       ForkJoinModeString(mode), statusString, op.bailouts);
        return false;
    }
    return true;
}

static const char *
ForkJoinModeString(ForkJoinMode mode) {
    switch (mode) {
      case ForkJoinModeNormal: return "normal";
      case ForkJoinModeCompile: return "compile";
      case ForkJoinModeParallel: return "parallel";
      case ForkJoinModeRecover: return "recover";
      case ForkJoinModeBailout: return "bailout";
      case NumForkJoinModes: return "max";
    }
    return "???";
}

ForkJoinOperation::ForkJoinOperation(JSContext *cx, HandleFunction fun, uint16_t sliceStart,
                                     uint16_t sliceEnd, ForkJoinMode mode, HandleObject updatable)
  : bailouts(0),
    cx_(cx),
    fun_(fun),
    updatable_(updatable),
    sliceStart_(sliceStart),
    sliceEnd_(sliceEnd),
    bailoutRecords_(cx),
    worklist_(cx),
    worklistData_(cx),
    mode_(mode)
{ }

ExecutionStatus
ForkJoinOperation::apply()
{
    ExecutionStatus status;

    // High level outline of the procedure:
    //
    // - As we enter, we check for parallel script without "uncompiled" flag.
    // - If present, skip initial enqueue.
    // - While not too many bailouts:
    //   - While all scripts in worklist are not compiled:
    //     - For each script S in worklist:
    //       - Compile S if not compiled
    //         -> Error: fallback
    //       - If compiled, add call targets to worklist w/o checking uncompiled
    //         flag
    //     - If some compilations pending, run warmup iteration
    //     - Otherwise, clear "uncompiled targets" flag on main script and
    //       break from loop
    //   - Attempt parallel execution
    //     - If successful: return happily
    //     - If error: abort sadly
    //     - If bailout:
    //       - Invalidate any scripts that may need to be invalidated
    //       - Re-enqueue main script and any uncompiled scripts that were called
    // - Too many bailouts: Fallback to sequential

    JS_ASSERT_IF(!jit::IsBaselineEnabled(cx_), !jit::IsIonEnabled(cx_));
    if (!jit::IsBaselineEnabled(cx_) || !jit::IsIonEnabled(cx_))
        return sequentialExecution(true);

    SpewBeginOp(cx_, "ForkJoinOperation");

    // How many workers do we have, counting the main thread.
    unsigned numWorkers = cx_->runtime()->threadPool.numWorkers();

    if (!bailoutRecords_.resize(numWorkers))
        return SpewEndOp(ExecutionFatal);

    for (uint32_t i = 0; i < numWorkers; i++) {
        if (!bailoutRecords_[i].init(cx_))
            return SpewEndOp(ExecutionFatal);
    }

    if (enqueueInitialScript(&status) == RedLight)
        return SpewEndOp(status);

    Spew(SpewOps, "Execution mode: %s", ForkJoinModeString(mode_));
    switch (mode_) {
      case ForkJoinModeNormal:
      case ForkJoinModeCompile:
      case ForkJoinModeBailout:
        break;

      case ForkJoinModeParallel:
      case ForkJoinModeRecover:
        // These two modes are used to check that every iteration can
        // be executed in parallel. They expect compilation to have
        // been done. But, when using gc zeal, it's possible that
        // compiled scripts were collected.
        if (ParallelTestsShouldPass(cx_) && worklist_.length() != 0) {
            JS_ReportError(cx_, "ForkJoin: compilation required in par or bailout mode");
            return SpewEndOp(ExecutionFatal);
        }
        break;

      case NumForkJoinModes:
        MOZ_ASSUME_UNREACHABLE("Invalid mode");
    }

    while (bailouts < MAX_BAILOUTS) {
        for (uint32_t i = 0; i < numWorkers; i++)
            bailoutRecords_[i].reset();

        if (compileForParallelExecution(&status) == RedLight)
            return SpewEndOp(status);

        JS_ASSERT(worklist_.length() == 0);
        if (parallelExecution(&status) == RedLight)
            return SpewEndOp(status);

        if (recoverFromBailout(&status) == RedLight)
            return SpewEndOp(status);
    }

    // After enough tries, just execute sequentially.
    return SpewEndOp(sequentialExecution(true));
}

ForkJoinOperation::TrafficLight
ForkJoinOperation::enqueueInitialScript(ExecutionStatus *status)
{
    // GreenLight: script successfully enqueued if necessary
    // RedLight: fatal error or fell back to sequential

    // The kernel should be a self-hosted function.
    if (!fun_->is<JSFunction>())
        return sequentialExecution(true, status);

    RootedFunction callee(cx_, &fun_->as<JSFunction>());

    if (!callee->isInterpreted() || !callee->isSelfHostedBuiltin())
        return sequentialExecution(true, status);

    // If the main script is already compiled, and we have no reason
    // to suspect any of its callees are not compiled, then we can
    // just skip the compilation step.
    RootedScript script(cx_, callee->getOrCreateScript(cx_));
    if (!script)
        return RedLight;

    if (script->hasParallelIonScript()) {
        // Notify that there's been activity on the entry script.
        JitCompartment *jitComp = cx_->compartment()->jitCompartment();
        if (!jitComp->notifyOfActiveParallelEntryScript(cx_, script)) {
            *status = ExecutionFatal;
            return RedLight;
        }

        if (!script->parallelIonScript()->hasUncompiledCallTarget()) {
            Spew(SpewOps, "Script %p:%s:%d already compiled, no uncompiled callees",
                 script.get(), script->filename(), script->lineno());
            return GreenLight;
        }

        Spew(SpewOps, "Script %p:%s:%d already compiled, may have uncompiled callees",
             script.get(), script->filename(), script->lineno());
    }

    // Otherwise, add to the worklist of scripts to process.
    if (addToWorklist(script) == RedLight)
        return fatalError(status);
    return GreenLight;
}

ForkJoinOperation::TrafficLight
ForkJoinOperation::compileForParallelExecution(ExecutionStatus *status)
{
    // GreenLight: all scripts compiled
    // RedLight: fatal error or completed work via warmups or fallback

    // This routine attempts to do whatever compilation is necessary
    // to execute a single parallel attempt. When it returns, either
    // (1) we have fallen back to sequential; (2) we have run enough
    // warmup runs to complete all the work; or (3) we have compiled
    // all scripts we think likely to be executed during a parallel
    // execution.

    RootedFunction fun(cx_);
    RootedScript script(cx_);

    // After 3 stalls, we stop waiting for a script to gather type
    // info and move on with execution.
    const uint32_t stallThreshold = 3;

    // This loop continues to iterate until the full contents of
    // `worklist` have been successfully compiled for parallel
    // execution. The compilations themselves typically occur on
    // helper threads. While we wait for the compilations to complete,
    // or for sufficient type information to be gathered, we execute
    // warmup iterations.
    while (true) {
        bool offMainThreadCompilationsInProgress = false;
        bool gatheringTypeInformation = false;

        // Walk over the worklist to check on the status of each entry.
        for (uint32_t i = 0; i < worklist_.length(); i++) {
            script = worklist_[i];
            script->ensureNonLazyCanonicalFunction(cx_);
            fun = script->functionNonDelazifying();

            // No baseline script means no type information, hence we
            // will not be able to compile very well.  In such cases,
            // we continue to run baseline iterations until either (1)
            // the potential callee *has* a baseline script or (2) the
            // potential callee's use count stops increasing,
            // indicating that they are not in fact a callee.
            if (!script->hasBaselineScript()) {
                uint32_t previousUseCount = worklistData_[i].useCount;
                uint32_t currentUseCount = script->getUseCount();
                if (previousUseCount < currentUseCount) {
                    worklistData_[i].useCount = currentUseCount;
                    worklistData_[i].stallCount = 0;
                    gatheringTypeInformation = true;

                    Spew(SpewCompile,
                         "Script %p:%s:%d has no baseline script, "
                         "but use count grew from %d to %d",
                         script.get(), script->filename(), script->lineno(),
                         previousUseCount, currentUseCount);
                } else {
                    uint32_t stallCount = ++worklistData_[i].stallCount;
                    if (stallCount < stallThreshold) {
                        gatheringTypeInformation = true;
                    }

                    Spew(SpewCompile,
                         "Script %p:%s:%d has no baseline script, "
                         "and use count has %u stalls at %d",
                         script.get(), script->filename(), script->lineno(),
                         stallCount, previousUseCount);
                }
                continue;
            }

            if (!script->hasParallelIonScript()) {
                // Script has not yet been compiled. Attempt to compile it.
                SpewBeginCompile(script);
                MethodStatus mstatus = jit::CanEnterInParallel(cx_, script);
                SpewEndCompile(mstatus);

                switch (mstatus) {
                  case Method_Error:
                    return fatalError(status);

                  case Method_CantCompile:
                    Spew(SpewCompile,
                         "Script %p:%s:%d cannot be compiled, "
                         "falling back to sequential execution",
                         script.get(), script->filename(), script->lineno());
                    return sequentialExecution(true, status);

                  case Method_Skipped:
                    // A "skipped" result either means that we are compiling
                    // in parallel OR some other transient error occurred.
                    if (script->isParallelIonCompilingOffThread()) {
                        Spew(SpewCompile,
                             "Script %p:%s:%d compiling off-thread",
                             script.get(), script->filename(), script->lineno());
                        offMainThreadCompilationsInProgress = true;
                        continue;
                    }
                    return sequentialExecution(false, status);

                  case Method_Compiled:
                    Spew(SpewCompile,
                         "Script %p:%s:%d compiled",
                         script.get(), script->filename(), script->lineno());
                    JS_ASSERT(script->hasParallelIonScript());

                    if (isInitialScript(script)) {
                        JitCompartment *jitComp = cx_->compartment()->jitCompartment();
                        if (!jitComp->notifyOfActiveParallelEntryScript(cx_, script)) {
                            *status = ExecutionFatal;
                            return RedLight;
                        }
                    }

                    break;
                }
            }

            // At this point, either the script was already compiled
            // or we just compiled it.  Check whether its "uncompiled
            // call target" flag is set and add the targets to our
            // worklist if so. Clear the flag after that, since we
            // will be compiling the call targets.
            JS_ASSERT(script->hasParallelIonScript());
            if (appendCallTargetsToWorklist(i, status) == RedLight)
                return RedLight;
        }

        // If there is compilation occurring in a helper thread, then
        // run a warmup iterations in the main thread while we wait.
        // There is a chance that this warmup will finish all the work
        // we have to do, so we should stop then, unless we are in
        // compile mode, in which case we'll continue to block.
        //
        // Note that even in compile mode, we can't block *forever*:
        // - OMTC compiles will finish;
        // - no work is being done, so use counts on not-yet-baselined
        //   scripts will not increase.
        if (offMainThreadCompilationsInProgress || gatheringTypeInformation) {
            bool stopIfComplete = (mode_ != ForkJoinModeCompile);
            if (warmupExecution(stopIfComplete, status) == RedLight)
                return RedLight;
            continue;
        }

        // All compilations are complete. However, be careful: it is
        // possible that a garbage collection occurred while we were
        // iterating and caused some of the scripts we thought we had
        // compiled to be collected. In that case, we will just have
        // to begin again.
        bool allScriptsPresent = true;
        for (uint32_t i = 0; i < worklist_.length(); i++) {
            if (!worklist_[i]->hasParallelIonScript()) {
                if (worklistData_[i].stallCount < stallThreshold) {
                    worklistData_[i].reset();
                    allScriptsPresent = false;

                    Spew(SpewCompile,
                         "Script %p:%s:%d is not stalled, "
                         "but no parallel ion script found, "
                         "restarting loop",
                         script.get(), script->filename(), script->lineno());
                }
            }
        }

        if (allScriptsPresent)
            break;
    }

    Spew(SpewCompile, "Compilation complete (final worklist length %d)",
         worklist_.length());

    // At this point, all scripts and their transitive callees are
    // either stalled (indicating they are unlikely to be called) or
    // in a compiled state.  Therefore we can clear the
    // "hasUncompiledCallTarget" flag on them and then clear the
    // worklist.
    for (uint32_t i = 0; i < worklist_.length(); i++) {
        if (worklist_[i]->hasParallelIonScript()) {
            JS_ASSERT(worklistData_[i].calleesEnqueued);
            worklist_[i]->parallelIonScript()->clearHasUncompiledCallTarget();
        } else {
            JS_ASSERT(worklistData_[i].stallCount >= stallThreshold);
        }
    }
    worklist_.clear();
    worklistData_.clear();
    return GreenLight;
}

ForkJoinOperation::TrafficLight
ForkJoinOperation::appendCallTargetsToWorklist(uint32_t index, ExecutionStatus *status)
{
    // GreenLight: call targets appended
    // RedLight: fatal error or completed work via warmups or fallback

    JS_ASSERT(worklist_[index]->hasParallelIonScript());

    // Check whether we have already enqueued the targets for
    // this entry and avoid doing it again if so.
    if (worklistData_[index].calleesEnqueued)
        return GreenLight;
    worklistData_[index].calleesEnqueued = true;

    // Iterate through the callees and enqueue them.
    RootedScript target(cx_);
    IonScript *ion = worklist_[index]->parallelIonScript();
    for (uint32_t i = 0; i < ion->callTargetEntries(); i++) {
        target = ion->callTargetList()[i];
        parallel::Spew(parallel::SpewCompile,
                       "Adding call target %s:%u",
                       target->filename(), target->lineno());
        if (appendCallTargetToWorklist(target, status) == RedLight)
            return RedLight;
    }

    return GreenLight;
}

ForkJoinOperation::TrafficLight
ForkJoinOperation::appendCallTargetToWorklist(HandleScript script, ExecutionStatus *status)
{
    // GreenLight: call target appended if necessary
    // RedLight: fatal error or completed work via warmups or fallback

    JS_ASSERT(script);

    // Fallback to sequential if disabled.
    if (!script->canParallelIonCompile()) {
        Spew(SpewCompile, "Skipping %p:%s:%u, canParallelIonCompile() is false",
             script.get(), script->filename(), script->lineno());
        return sequentialExecution(true, status);
    }

    if (script->hasParallelIonScript()) {
        // Skip if the code is expected to result in a bailout.
        if (script->parallelIonScript()->bailoutExpected()) {
            Spew(SpewCompile, "Skipping %p:%s:%u, bailout expected",
                 script.get(), script->filename(), script->lineno());
            return sequentialExecution(false, status);
        }
    }

    if (!addToWorklist(script))
        return fatalError(status);

    return GreenLight;
}

bool
ForkJoinOperation::addToWorklist(HandleScript script)
{
    for (uint32_t i = 0; i < worklist_.length(); i++) {
        if (worklist_[i] == script) {
            Spew(SpewCompile, "Skipping %p:%s:%u, already in worklist",
                 script.get(), script->filename(), script->lineno());
            return true;
        }
    }

    Spew(SpewCompile, "Enqueued %p:%s:%u",
         script.get(), script->filename(), script->lineno());

    // Note that we add all possibly compilable functions to the worklist,
    // even if they're already compiled. This is so that we can return
    // Method_Compiled and not Method_Skipped if we have a worklist full of
    // already-compiled functions.
    if (!worklist_.append(script))
        return false;

    // we have not yet enqueued the callees of this script
    if (!worklistData_.append(WorklistData()))
        return false;
    worklistData_[worklistData_.length() - 1].reset();

    return true;
}

ForkJoinOperation::TrafficLight
ForkJoinOperation::sequentialExecution(bool disqualified, ExecutionStatus *status)
{
    // RedLight: fatal error or completed work

    *status = sequentialExecution(disqualified);
    return RedLight;
}

ExecutionStatus
ForkJoinOperation::sequentialExecution(bool disqualified)
{
    // XXX use disqualified to set parallelIon to ION_DISABLED_SCRIPT?

    Spew(SpewOps, "Executing sequential execution (disqualified=%d).",
         disqualified);

    if (sliceStart_ == sliceEnd_)
        return ExecutionSequential;

    RootedValue funVal(cx_, ObjectValue(*fun_));
    if (!ExecuteSequentially(cx_, funVal, &sliceStart_, sliceEnd_))
        return ExecutionFatal;
    MOZ_ASSERT(sliceStart_ == sliceEnd_);
    return ExecutionSequential;
}

ForkJoinOperation::TrafficLight
ForkJoinOperation::fatalError(ExecutionStatus *status)
{
    // RedLight: fatal error

    *status = ExecutionFatal;
    return RedLight;
}

static const char *
BailoutExplanation(ParallelBailoutCause cause)
{
    switch (cause) {
      case ParallelBailoutNone:
        return "no particular reason";
      case ParallelBailoutCompilationSkipped:
        return "compilation failed (method skipped)";
      case ParallelBailoutCompilationFailure:
        return "compilation failed";
      case ParallelBailoutInterrupt:
        return "interrupted";
      case ParallelBailoutFailedIC:
        return "failed to attach stub to IC";
      case ParallelBailoutHeapBusy:
        return "heap busy flag set during interrupt";
      case ParallelBailoutMainScriptNotPresent:
        return "main script not present";
      case ParallelBailoutCalledToUncompiledScript:
        return "called to uncompiled script";
      case ParallelBailoutIllegalWrite:
        return "illegal write";
      case ParallelBailoutAccessToIntrinsic:
        return "access to intrinsic";
      case ParallelBailoutOverRecursed:
        return "over recursed";
      case ParallelBailoutOutOfMemory:
        return "out of memory";
      case ParallelBailoutUnsupported:
        return "unsupported";
      case ParallelBailoutUnsupportedVM:
        return "unsupported operation in VM call";
      case ParallelBailoutUnsupportedStringComparison:
        return "unsupported string comparison";
      case ParallelBailoutRequestedGC:
        return "requested GC";
      case ParallelBailoutRequestedZoneGC:
        return "requested zone GC";
      default:
        return "no known reason";
    }
}

bool
ForkJoinOperation::isInitialScript(HandleScript script)
{
    return fun_->is<JSFunction>() && (fun_->as<JSFunction>().nonLazyScript() == script);
}

void
ForkJoinOperation::getBailoutScriptAndPc(MutableHandleScript bailoutScript, jsbytecode **bailoutPc,
                                         ParallelBailoutCause *bailoutCause)
{
    for (uint32_t i = 0; i < bailoutRecords_.length(); i++) {
        switch (bailoutRecords_[i].cause) {
          case ParallelBailoutNone:
          case ParallelBailoutInterrupt:
            continue;
          default:
            break;
        }

        if (bailoutRecords_[i].hasFrames()) {
            RematerializedFrame *frame = bailoutRecords_[i].frames()[0];
            bailoutScript.set(frame->script());
            *bailoutPc = frame->pc();
            *bailoutCause = bailoutRecords_[i].cause;
            return;
        }
    }
}

static const char *
ValueToChar(JSContext *cx, HandleValue val, JSAutoByteString &bytes)
{
    if (val.isMagic()) {
        switch (val.whyMagic()) {
          case JS_OPTIMIZED_OUT: return "<optimized out>";
          default: return "<unknown magic?>";
        }
    }

    RootedString str(cx, ToString<CanGC>(cx, val));
    if (!str)
        return nullptr;
    return bytes.encodeUtf8(cx, str);
}

bool
ForkJoinOperation::reportBailoutWarnings()
{
    Sprinter sp(cx_);
    if (SpewEnabled(SpewBailouts)) {
        sp.init();
        sp.printf("Bailed out of parallel operation");
    }

    for (uint32_t threadId = 0; threadId < bailoutRecords_.length(); threadId++) {
        ParallelBailoutCause cause = bailoutRecords_[threadId].cause;
        if (cause == ParallelBailoutNone)
            continue;

        if (bailoutRecords_[threadId].hasFrames()) {
            Vector<RematerializedFrame *> &frames = bailoutRecords_[threadId].frames();

            if (!SpewEnabled(SpewBailouts)) {
                RematerializedFrame *frame = frames[0];
                RootedScript bailoutScript(cx_, frame->script());
                SpewBailout(bailouts, bailoutScript, frame->pc(), cause);
                JS_ReportWarning(cx_, "Bailed out of parallel operation: %s at %s:%u",
                                 BailoutExplanation(cause), bailoutScript->filename(),
                                 PCToLineNumber(bailoutScript, frame->pc()));
                return true;
            }

            sp.printf("\n  in thread %d due to %s", threadId, BailoutExplanation(cause));

            for (uint32_t frameIndex = 0; frameIndex < frames.length(); frameIndex++) {
                RematerializedFrame *frame = frames[frameIndex];
                RootedScript script(cx_, frame->script());

                // Format the frame's location.
                sp.printf("\n    at ");
                if (JSFunction *fun = frame->maybeFun()) {
                    if (fun->displayAtom()) {
                        JSAutoByteString displayBytes;
                        RootedString displayAtom(cx_, fun->displayAtom());
                        const char *displayChars = displayBytes.encodeUtf8(cx_, displayAtom);
                        if (!displayChars)
                            return false;
                        sp.printf("%s", displayChars);
                    } else {
                        sp.printf("<anonymous>");
                    }
                } else {
                    sp.printf("<global>");
                }
                sp.printf(" (%s:%u)", script->filename(), PCToLineNumber(script, frame->pc()));

                // Format bindings.
                BindingVector bindings(cx_);
                if (!FillBindingVector(script, &bindings))
                    return false;

                unsigned scopeSlot = 0;
                for (unsigned i = 0; i < bindings.length(); i++) {
                    JSAutoByteString nameBytes;
                    const char *nameChars = nullptr;
                    RootedPropertyName bindingName(cx_, bindings[i].name());
                    nameChars = nameBytes.encodeUtf8(cx_, bindingName);
                    if (!nameChars)
                        return false;

                    RootedValue arg(cx_);
                    if (bindings[i].aliased()) {
                        arg = frame->callObj().getSlot(scopeSlot);
                        scopeSlot++;
                    } else if (i < frame->numFormalArgs()) {
                        if (script->argsObjAliasesFormals() && frame->hasArgsObj())
                            arg = frame->argsObj().arg(i);
                        else
                            arg = frame->unaliasedActual(i, DONT_CHECK_ALIASING);
                    } else {
                        arg = frame->unaliasedLocal(i - frame->numFormalArgs(), DONT_CHECK_ALIASING);
                    }

                    JSAutoByteString valueBytes;
                    const char *valueChars = ValueToChar(cx_, arg, valueBytes);
                    if (!valueChars)
                        return false;

                    sp.printf("\n      %s %s = %s",
                              bindings[i].kind() == Binding::ARGUMENT ? "arg" : "var",
                              nameChars, valueChars);
                }
            }
        }
    }

    if (SpewEnabled(SpewBailouts))
        JS_ReportWarning(cx_, "%s", sp.string());

    return true;
}

bool
ForkJoinOperation::invalidateBailedOutScripts()
{
    Vector<types::RecompileInfo> invalid(cx_);
    for (uint32_t i = 0; i < bailoutRecords_.length(); i++) {
        switch (bailoutRecords_[i].cause) {
          // No bailout.
          case ParallelBailoutNone:
            continue;

          // An interrupt is not the fault of the script, so don't
          // invalidate it.
          case ParallelBailoutInterrupt:
            continue;

          // An illegal write will not be made legal by invalidation.
          case ParallelBailoutIllegalWrite:
            continue;

          // For other cases, consider invalidation.
          default:
            break;
        }

        if (!bailoutRecords_[i].hasFrames())
            continue;

        // Get the script of the youngest frame.
        RootedScript script(cx_, bailoutRecords_[i].frames()[0]->script());

        // Already invalidated.
        if (!script->hasParallelIonScript() || hasScript(invalid, script))
            continue;

        Spew(SpewBailouts, "Invalidating script %p:%s:%d due to cause %d",
             script.get(), script->filename(), script->lineno(),
             bailoutRecords_[i].cause);

        types::RecompileInfo co = script->parallelIonScript()->recompileInfo();

        if (!invalid.append(co))
            return false;

        // Any script that we have marked for invalidation will need
        // to be recompiled
        if (!addToWorklist(script))
            return false;
    }

    Invalidate(cx_, invalid);

    return true;
}

ForkJoinOperation::TrafficLight
ForkJoinOperation::warmupExecution(bool stopIfComplete, ExecutionStatus *status)
{
    // GreenLight: warmup succeeded, still more work to do
    // RedLight: fatal error or warmup completed all work (check status)

    if (sliceStart_ == sliceEnd_) {
        Spew(SpewOps, "Warmup execution finished all the work.");

        if (stopIfComplete) {
            *status = ExecutionWarmup;
            return RedLight;
        }

        // If we finished all slices in warmup, be sure check the
        // interrupt flag. This is because we won't be running more JS
        // code, and thus no more automatic checking of the interrupt
        // flag.
        if (!CheckForInterrupt(cx_)) {
            *status = ExecutionFatal;
            return RedLight;
        }

        return GreenLight;
    }

    Spew(SpewOps, "Executing warmup from slice %d.", sliceStart_);

    AutoEnterWarmup warmup(cx_->runtime());
    RootedValue funVal(cx_, ObjectValue(*fun_));
    if (!ExecuteSequentially(cx_, funVal, &sliceStart_, sliceStart_ + 1)) {
        *status = ExecutionFatal;
        return RedLight;
    }

    return GreenLight;
}

ForkJoinOperation::TrafficLight
ForkJoinOperation::parallelExecution(ExecutionStatus *status)
{
    // GreenLight: bailout occurred, keep trying
    // RedLight: fatal error or all work completed

    // Recursive use of the ThreadPool is not supported.  Right now we
    // cannot get here because parallel code cannot invoke native
    // functions such as ForkJoin().
    JS_ASSERT(ForkJoinContext::current() == nullptr);

    if (sliceStart_ == sliceEnd_) {
        Spew(SpewOps, "Warmup execution finished all the work.");
        *status = ExecutionWarmup;
        return RedLight;
    }

    ForkJoinActivation activation(cx_);
    ThreadPool *threadPool = &cx_->runtime()->threadPool;
    ForkJoinShared shared(cx_, threadPool, fun_, updatable_, sliceStart_, sliceEnd_,
                          &bailoutRecords_[0]);
    if (!shared.init()) {
        *status = ExecutionFatal;
        return RedLight;
    }

    switch (shared.execute()) {
      case TP_SUCCESS:
        *status = ExecutionParallel;
        return RedLight;

      case TP_FATAL:
        *status = ExecutionFatal;
        return RedLight;

      case TP_RETRY_SEQUENTIALLY:
      case TP_RETRY_AFTER_GC:
        break; // bailout
    }

    return GreenLight;
}

ForkJoinOperation::TrafficLight
ForkJoinOperation::recoverFromBailout(ExecutionStatus *status)
{
    // GreenLight: bailout recovered, try to compile-and-run again
    // RedLight: fatal error

    bailouts += 1;

    if (!reportBailoutWarnings())
        return fatalError(status);

    // After any bailout, we always scan over callee list of main
    // function, if nothing else
    RootedScript mainScript(cx_, fun_->nonLazyScript());
    if (!addToWorklist(mainScript))
        return fatalError(status);

    // Also invalidate and recompile any callees that were implicated
    // by the bailout
    if (!invalidateBailedOutScripts())
        return fatalError(status);

    if (warmupExecution(/*stopIfComplete:*/true, status) == RedLight)
        return RedLight;

    return GreenLight;
}

bool
ForkJoinOperation::hasScript(Vector<types::RecompileInfo> &scripts, JSScript *script)
{
    for (uint32_t i = 0; i < scripts.length(); i++) {
        if (scripts[i] == script->parallelIonScript()->recompileInfo())
            return true;
    }
    return false;
}

// Can only enter callees with a valid IonScript.
template <uint32_t maxArgc>
class ParallelIonInvoke
{
    EnterJitCode enter_;
    void *jitcode_;
    void *calleeToken_;
    Value argv_[maxArgc + 2];
    uint32_t argc_;

  public:
    Value *args;

    ParallelIonInvoke(JSRuntime *rt,
                      HandleFunction callee,
                      uint32_t argc)
      : argc_(argc),
        args(argv_ + 2)
    {
        JS_ASSERT(argc <= maxArgc + 2);

        // Set 'callee' and 'this'.
        argv_[0] = ObjectValue(*callee);
        argv_[1] = UndefinedValue();

        // Find JIT code pointer.
        IonScript *ion = callee->nonLazyScript()->parallelIonScript();
        JitCode *code = ion->method();
        jitcode_ = code->raw();
        enter_ = rt->jitRuntime()->enterIon();
        calleeToken_ = CalleeToToken(callee);
    }

    bool invoke(ForkJoinContext *cx) {
        JitActivation activation(cx);
        Value result = Int32Value(argc_);
        CALL_GENERATED_CODE(enter_, jitcode_, argc_ + 1, argv_ + 1, nullptr, calleeToken_,
                            nullptr, 0, &result);
        return !result.isMagic();
    }
};

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// ForkJoinShared
//

ForkJoinShared::ForkJoinShared(JSContext *cx,
                               ThreadPool *threadPool,
                               HandleFunction fun,
                               HandleObject updatable,
                               uint16_t sliceStart,
                               uint16_t sliceEnd,
                               ParallelBailoutRecord *records)
  : cx_(cx),
    threadPool_(threadPool),
    fun_(fun),
    updatable_(updatable),
    sliceStart_(sliceStart),
    sliceEnd_(sliceEnd),
    cxLock_(nullptr),
    records_(records),
    allocators_(cx),
    gcRequested_(false),
    gcReason_(JS::gcreason::NUM_REASONS),
    gcZone_(nullptr),
    abort_(false),
    fatal_(false)
{
}

bool
ForkJoinShared::init()
{
    // Create temporary arenas to hold the data allocated during the
    // parallel code.
    //
    // Note: you might think (as I did, initially) that we could use
    // compartment |Allocator| for the main thread.  This is not true,
    // because when executing parallel code we sometimes check what
    // arena list an object is in to decide if it is writable.  If we
    // used the compartment |Allocator| for the main thread, then the
    // main thread would be permitted to write to any object it wants.

    if (!Monitor::init())
        return false;

    cxLock_ = PR_NewLock();
    if (!cxLock_)
        return false;

    for (unsigned i = 0; i < threadPool_->numWorkers(); i++) {
        Allocator *allocator = cx_->new_<Allocator>(cx_->zone());
        if (!allocator)
            return false;

        if (!allocators_.append(allocator)) {
            js_delete(allocator);
            return false;
        }
    }

    return true;
}

ForkJoinShared::~ForkJoinShared()
{
    if (cxLock_)
        PR_DestroyLock(cxLock_);

    while (allocators_.length() > 0)
        js_delete(allocators_.popCopy());
}

ParallelResult
ForkJoinShared::execute()
{
    // Sometimes a GC request occurs *just before* we enter into the
    // parallel section.  Rather than enter into the parallel section
    // and then abort, we just check here and abort early.
    if (cx_->runtime()->interruptPar)
        return TP_RETRY_SEQUENTIALLY;

    AutoLockMonitor lock(*this);

    ParallelResult jobResult = TP_SUCCESS;
    {
        AutoUnlockMonitor unlock(*this);

        // Push parallel tasks and wait until they're all done.
        jobResult = threadPool_->executeJob(cx_, this, sliceStart_, sliceEnd_);
    }

    // Arenas must be transfered unconditionally until we have the means
    // to clear the ForkJoin result array, see bug 993347.
    transferArenasToCompartmentAndProcessGCRequests();

    if (jobResult == TP_FATAL)
        return TP_FATAL;

    // Check if any of the workers failed.
    if (abort_) {
        if (fatal_)
            return TP_FATAL;
        return TP_RETRY_SEQUENTIALLY;
    }

#ifdef FORKJOIN_SPEW
    Spew(SpewOps, "Completed parallel job [slices: %d, threads: %d, stolen: %d (work stealing:%s)]",
         sliceEnd_ - sliceStart_,
         threadPool_->numWorkers(),
#ifdef DEBUG
         threadPool_->stolenSlices(),
#else
         0,
#endif
         threadPool_->workStealing() ? "ON" : "OFF");
#endif

    // Everything went swimmingly. Give yourself a pat on the back.
    return jobResult;
}

void
ForkJoinShared::transferArenasToCompartmentAndProcessGCRequests()
{
    JSCompartment *comp = cx_->compartment();
    for (unsigned i = 0; i < threadPool_->numWorkers(); i++)
        comp->adoptWorkerAllocator(allocators_[i]);

    if (gcRequested_) {
        Spew(SpewGC, "Triggering garbage collection in SpiderMonkey heap");
        if (!gcZone_)
            TriggerGC(cx_->runtime(), gcReason_);
        else
            TriggerZoneGC(gcZone_, gcReason_);
        gcRequested_ = false;
        gcZone_ = nullptr;
    }
}

bool
ForkJoinShared::executeFromWorker(ThreadPoolWorker *worker, uintptr_t stackLimit)
{
    PerThreadData thisThread(cx_->runtime());
    if (!thisThread.init()) {
        setAbortFlagAndRequestInterrupt(true);
        return false;
    }
    TlsPerThreadData.set(&thisThread);

#if defined(JS_ARM_SIMULATOR) || defined(JS_MIPS_SIMULATOR)
    stackLimit = Simulator::StackLimit();
#endif

    // Don't use setIonStackLimit() because that acquires the ionStackLimitLock, and the
    // lock has not been initialized in these cases.
    thisThread.jitStackLimit = stackLimit;
    executePortion(&thisThread, worker);
    TlsPerThreadData.set(nullptr);

    return !abort_;
}

bool
ForkJoinShared::executeFromMainThread(ThreadPoolWorker *worker)
{
    // Note that we need new PerThreadData on the main thread as well,
    // so that PJS GC does not walk up the old mainThread stack.
    PerThreadData *oldData = TlsPerThreadData.get();
    PerThreadData thisThread(cx_->runtime());
    if (!thisThread.init()) {
        setAbortFlagAndRequestInterrupt(true);
        return false;
    }
    TlsPerThreadData.set(&thisThread);

    // Don't use setIonStackLimit() because that acquires the ionStackLimitLock, and the
    // lock has not been initialized in these cases.
    thisThread.jitStackLimit = oldData->jitStackLimit;
    executePortion(&thisThread, worker);
    TlsPerThreadData.set(oldData);

    return !abort_;
}

void
ForkJoinShared::executePortion(PerThreadData *perThread, ThreadPoolWorker *worker)
{
    // WARNING: This code runs ON THE PARALLEL WORKER THREAD.
    // Be careful when accessing cx_.

    Allocator *allocator = allocators_[worker->id()];
    ForkJoinContext cx(perThread, worker, allocator, this, &records_[worker->id()]);
    AutoSetForkJoinContext autoContext(&cx);

    // ForkJoinContext already contains an AutoSuppressGCAnalysis; however, the
    // analysis does not propagate this type information. We duplicate the
    // assertion here for maximum clarity.
    JS::AutoSuppressGCAnalysis nogc;

#ifdef FORKJOIN_SPEW
    // Set the maximum worker and slice number for prettier spewing.
    cx.maxWorkerId = threadPool_->numWorkers();
#endif

    Spew(SpewOps, "Up");

    // Make a new IonContext for the slice, which is needed if we need to
    // re-enter the VM.
    IonContext icx(CompileRuntime::get(cx_->runtime()),
                   CompileCompartment::get(cx_->compartment()),
                   nullptr);

    JS_ASSERT(!cx.bailoutRecord->bailedOut());

    if (!fun_->nonLazyScript()->hasParallelIonScript()) {
        // Sometimes, particularly with GCZeal, the parallel ion
        // script can be collected between starting the parallel
        // op and reaching this point.  In that case, we just fail
        // and fallback.
        Spew(SpewOps, "Down (Script no longer present)");
        cx.bailoutRecord->joinCause(ParallelBailoutMainScriptNotPresent);
        setAbortFlagAndRequestInterrupt(false);
    } else {
        ParallelIonInvoke<3> fii(runtime(), fun_, 3);

        fii.args[0] = Int32Value(worker->id());
        fii.args[1] = Int32Value(sliceStart_);
        fii.args[2] = Int32Value(sliceEnd_);

        bool ok = fii.invoke(&cx);
        JS_ASSERT(ok == !cx.bailoutRecord->bailedOut());
        if (!ok) {
            setAbortFlagAndRequestInterrupt(false);
#ifdef JSGC_FJGENERATIONAL
            // TODO: See bugs 1010169, 993347.
            //
            // It is not desirable to promote here, but if we don't do
            // this then we can't unconditionally transfer arenas to
            // the compartment, since the arenas can contain objects
            // that point into the nurseries.  If those objects are
            // touched at all by the GC, eg as part of a prebarrier,
            // then chaos ensues.
            //
            // The proper fix might appear to be to note the abort and
            // not transfer, but instead clear, the arenas.  However,
            // the result array will remain live and unless it is
            // cleared immediately and without running barriers then
            // it will have pointers into the now-cleared areas, which
            // is also wrong.
            //
            // For the moment, until we figure out how to clear the
            // result array properly and implement that, it may be
            // that the best thing we can do here is to evacuate and
            // then let the GC run its course.
            cx.evacuateLiveData();
#endif
        } else {
#ifdef JSGC_FJGENERATIONAL
            cx.evacuateLiveData();
#endif
        }
    }

    Spew(SpewOps, "Down");
}

void
ForkJoinShared::setAbortFlagDueToInterrupt(ForkJoinContext &cx)
{
    JS_ASSERT(cx_->runtime()->interruptPar);
    // The GC Needed flag should not be set during parallel
    // execution.  Instead, one of the requestGC() or
    // requestZoneGC() methods should be invoked.
    JS_ASSERT(!cx_->runtime()->gc.isNeeded);

    if (!abort_) {
        cx.bailoutRecord->joinCause(ParallelBailoutInterrupt);
        setAbortFlagAndRequestInterrupt(false);
    }
}

void
ForkJoinShared::setAbortFlagAndRequestInterrupt(bool fatal)
{
    AutoLockMonitor lock(*this);

    abort_ = true;
    fatal_ = fatal_ || fatal;

    // Note: The ForkJoin trigger here avoids the expensive memory protection needed to
    // interrupt Ion code compiled for sequential execution.
    cx_->runtime()->requestInterrupt(JSRuntime::RequestInterruptAnyThreadForkJoin);
}

void
ForkJoinShared::requestGC(JS::gcreason::Reason reason)
{
    AutoLockMonitor lock(*this);

    gcZone_ = nullptr;
    gcReason_ = reason;
    gcRequested_ = true;
}

void
ForkJoinShared::requestZoneGC(JS::Zone *zone, JS::gcreason::Reason reason)
{
    AutoLockMonitor lock(*this);

    if (gcRequested_ && gcZone_ != zone) {
        // If a full GC has been requested, or a GC for another zone,
        // issue a request for a full GC.
        gcZone_ = nullptr;
        gcReason_ = reason;
        gcRequested_ = true;
    } else {
        // Otherwise, just GC this zone.
        gcZone_ = zone;
        gcReason_ = reason;
        gcRequested_ = true;
    }
}

#ifdef JSGC_FJGENERATIONAL

JSRuntime*
js::gc::ForkJoinGCShared::runtime()
{
    return shared_->runtime();
}

JS::Zone*
js::gc::ForkJoinGCShared::zone()
{
    return shared_->zone();
}

JSObject*
js::gc::ForkJoinGCShared::updatable()
{
    return shared_->updatable();
}

js::gc::ForkJoinNurseryChunk *
js::gc::ForkJoinGCShared::allocateNurseryChunk()
{
    return shared_->threadPool_->getChunk();
}

void
js::gc::ForkJoinGCShared::freeNurseryChunk(js::gc::ForkJoinNurseryChunk *p)
{
    shared_->threadPool_->putFreeChunk(p);
}

void
js::gc::ForkJoinGCShared::spewGC(const char *fmt, ...)
{
    va_list ap;
    va_start(ap, fmt);
    SpewVA(SpewGC, fmt, ap);
    va_end(ap);
}

#endif // JSGC_FJGENERATIONAL

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// ForkJoinContext
//

ForkJoinContext::ForkJoinContext(PerThreadData *perThreadData, ThreadPoolWorker *worker,
                                 Allocator *allocator, ForkJoinShared *shared,
                                 ParallelBailoutRecord *bailoutRecord)
  : ThreadSafeContext(shared->runtime(), perThreadData, Context_ForkJoin),
    bailoutRecord(bailoutRecord),
    targetRegionStart(nullptr),
    targetRegionEnd(nullptr),
    shared_(shared),
#ifdef JSGC_FJGENERATIONAL
    gcShared_(shared),
    fjNursery_(const_cast<ForkJoinContext*>(this), &this->gcShared_, allocator),
#endif
    worker_(worker),
    acquiredJSContext_(false),
    nogc_()
{
    /*
     * Unsafely set the zone. This is used to track malloc counters and to
     * trigger GCs and is otherwise not thread-safe to access.
     */
    zone_ = shared->zone();

    /*
     * Unsafely set the compartment. This is used to get read-only access to
     * shared tables.
     */
    compartment_ = shared->compartment();

    allocator_ = allocator;
}

bool
ForkJoinContext::isMainThread() const
{
    return perThreadData == &shared_->runtime()->mainThread;
}

JSRuntime *
ForkJoinContext::runtime()
{
    return shared_->runtime();
}

JSContext *
ForkJoinContext::acquireJSContext()
{
    JSContext *cx = shared_->acquireJSContext();
    JS_ASSERT(!acquiredJSContext_);
    acquiredJSContext_ = true;
    return cx;
}

void
ForkJoinContext::releaseJSContext()
{
    JS_ASSERT(acquiredJSContext_);
    acquiredJSContext_ = false;
    return shared_->releaseJSContext();
}

bool
ForkJoinContext::hasAcquiredJSContext() const
{
    return acquiredJSContext_;
}

bool
ForkJoinContext::check()
{
    if (runtime()->interruptPar) {
        shared_->setAbortFlagDueToInterrupt(*this);
        return false;
    }
    return true;
}

void
ForkJoinContext::requestGC(JS::gcreason::Reason reason)
{
    shared_->requestGC(reason);
    bailoutRecord->joinCause(ParallelBailoutRequestedGC);
    shared_->setAbortFlagAndRequestInterrupt(false);
}

void
ForkJoinContext::requestZoneGC(JS::Zone *zone, JS::gcreason::Reason reason)
{
    shared_->requestZoneGC(zone, reason);
    bailoutRecord->joinCause(ParallelBailoutRequestedZoneGC);
    shared_->setAbortFlagAndRequestInterrupt(false);
}

bool
ForkJoinContext::setPendingAbortFatal(ParallelBailoutCause cause)
{
    shared_->setPendingAbortFatal();
    bailoutRecord->joinCause(cause);
    return false;
}

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// ParallelBailoutRecord

ParallelBailoutRecord::~ParallelBailoutRecord()
{
    reset();
    js_delete(frames_);
}

bool
ParallelBailoutRecord::init(JSContext *cx)
{
    MOZ_ASSERT(!frames_);
    frames_ = cx->new_<Vector<RematerializedFrame *> >(cx);
    return !!frames_;
}

void
ParallelBailoutRecord::reset()
{
    RematerializedFrame::FreeInVector(frames());
    cause = ParallelBailoutNone;
}

template <class T>
static void
RematerializeFramesWithIter(ForkJoinContext *cx, T &frameIter,
                            Vector<RematerializedFrame *> &frames)
{
    // This function as well as |rematerializeFrames| methods below are
    // infallible. These are only called when we are already erroring out. If
    // we OOM here, free what we've allocated and return. Error reporting is
    // then unable to give the user detailed stack information.

    MOZ_ASSERT(frames.empty());

    for (; !frameIter.done(); ++frameIter) {
        if (!frameIter.isIonJS())
            continue;

        InlineFrameIterator inlineIter(cx, &frameIter);
        Vector<RematerializedFrame *> inlineFrames(cx);

        if (!RematerializedFrame::RematerializeInlineFrames(cx, frameIter.fp(),
                                                            inlineIter, inlineFrames))
        {
            RematerializedFrame::FreeInVector(inlineFrames);
            RematerializedFrame::FreeInVector(frames);
            return;
        }

        // Reverse the inline frames into the main vector.
        while (!inlineFrames.empty()) {
            if (!frames.append(inlineFrames.popCopy())) {
                RematerializedFrame::FreeInVector(inlineFrames);
                RematerializedFrame::FreeInVector(frames);
                return;
            }
        }
    }
}

void
ParallelBailoutRecord::rematerializeFrames(ForkJoinContext *cx, JitFrameIterator &frameIter)
{
    RematerializeFramesWithIter(cx, frameIter, frames());
}

void
ParallelBailoutRecord::rematerializeFrames(ForkJoinContext *cx, IonBailoutIterator &frameIter)
{
    RematerializeFramesWithIter(cx, frameIter, frames());
}

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

//
// Debug spew
//

#ifdef FORKJOIN_SPEW

static const char *
ExecutionStatusToString(ExecutionStatus status)
{
    switch (status) {
      case ExecutionFatal:
        return "fatal";
      case ExecutionSequential:
        return "sequential";
      case ExecutionWarmup:
        return "warmup";
      case ExecutionParallel:
        return "parallel";
    }
    return "(unknown status)";
}

static const char *
MethodStatusToString(MethodStatus status)
{
    switch (status) {
      case Method_Error:
        return "error";
      case Method_CantCompile:
        return "can't compile";
      case Method_Skipped:
        return "skipped";
      case Method_Compiled:
        return "compiled";
    }
    return "(unknown status)";
}

static unsigned
NumberOfDigits(unsigned n)
{
    if (n == 0)
        return 1;
    unsigned d = 0;
    while (n != 0) {
        d++;
        n /= 10;
    }
    return d;
}

static const size_t BufferSize = 4096;

class ParallelSpewer
{
    uint32_t depth;
    bool colorable;
    bool active[NumSpewChannels];

    const char *color(const char *colorCode) {
        if (!colorable)
            return "";
        return colorCode;
    }

    const char *reset() { return color("\x1b[0m"); }
    const char *bold() { return color("\x1b[1m"); }
    const char *red() { return color("\x1b[31m"); }
    const char *green() { return color("\x1b[32m"); }
    const char *yellow() { return color("\x1b[33m"); }
    const char *cyan() { return color("\x1b[36m"); }
    const char *workerColor(uint32_t id) {
        static const char *colors[] = {
            "\x1b[7m\x1b[31m", "\x1b[7m\x1b[32m", "\x1b[7m\x1b[33m",
            "\x1b[7m\x1b[34m", "\x1b[7m\x1b[35m", "\x1b[7m\x1b[36m",
            "\x1b[7m\x1b[37m",
            "\x1b[31m", "\x1b[32m", "\x1b[33m",
            "\x1b[34m", "\x1b[35m", "\x1b[36m",
            "\x1b[37m"
        };
        return color(colors[id % 14]);
    }

  public:
    ParallelSpewer()
      : depth(0)
    {
        const char *env;

        mozilla::PodArrayZero(active);
        env = getenv("PAFLAGS");
        if (env) {
            if (strstr(env, "ops"))
                active[SpewOps] = true;
            if (strstr(env, "compile"))
                active[SpewCompile] = true;
            if (strstr(env, "bailouts"))
                active[SpewBailouts] = true;
            if (strstr(env, "gc"))
                active[SpewGC] = true;
            if (strstr(env, "full")) {
                for (uint32_t i = 0; i < NumSpewChannels; i++)
                    active[i] = true;
            }
        }

        env = getenv("TERM");
        if (env && isatty(fileno(stderr))) {
            if (strcmp(env, "xterm-color") == 0 || strcmp(env, "xterm-256color") == 0)
                colorable = true;
        }
    }

    bool isActive(js::parallel::SpewChannel channel) {
        return active[channel];
    }

    void spewVA(js::parallel::SpewChannel channel, const char *fmt, va_list ap) {
        if (!active[channel])
            return;

        // Print into a buffer first so we use one fprintf, which usually
        // doesn't get interrupted when running with multiple threads.
        char buf[BufferSize];

        if (ForkJoinContext *cx = ForkJoinContext::current()) {
            // Print the format first into a buffer to right-justify the
            // worker ids.
            char bufbuf[BufferSize];
            JS_snprintf(bufbuf, BufferSize, "[%%sParallel:%%0%du%%s] ",
                        NumberOfDigits(cx->maxWorkerId));
            JS_snprintf(buf, BufferSize, bufbuf, workerColor(cx->workerId()),
                        cx->workerId(), reset());
        } else {
            JS_snprintf(buf, BufferSize, "[Parallel:M] ");
        }

        for (uint32_t i = 0; i < depth; i++)
            JS_snprintf(buf + strlen(buf), BufferSize, "  ");

        JS_vsnprintf(buf + strlen(buf), BufferSize, fmt, ap);
        JS_snprintf(buf + strlen(buf), BufferSize, "\n");

        fprintf(stderr, "%s", buf);
    }

    void spew(js::parallel::SpewChannel channel, const char *fmt, ...) {
        va_list ap;
        va_start(ap, fmt);
        spewVA(channel, fmt, ap);
        va_end(ap);
    }

    void beginOp(JSContext *cx, const char *name) {
        if (!active[SpewOps])
            return;

        if (cx) {
            jsbytecode *pc;
            JSScript *script = cx->currentScript(&pc);
            if (script && pc) {
                NonBuiltinScriptFrameIter iter(cx);
                if (iter.done()) {
                    spew(SpewOps, "%sBEGIN %s%s (%s:%u)", bold(), name, reset(),
                         script->filename(), PCToLineNumber(script, pc));
                } else {
                    spew(SpewOps, "%sBEGIN %s%s (%s:%u -> %s:%u)", bold(), name, reset(),
                         iter.script()->filename(), PCToLineNumber(iter.script(), iter.pc()),
                         script->filename(), PCToLineNumber(script, pc));
                }
            } else {
                spew(SpewOps, "%sBEGIN %s%s", bold(), name, reset());
            }
        } else {
            spew(SpewOps, "%sBEGIN %s%s", bold(), name, reset());
        }

        depth++;
    }

    void endOp(ExecutionStatus status) {
        if (!active[SpewOps])
            return;

        JS_ASSERT(depth > 0);
        depth--;

        const char *statusColor;
        switch (status) {
          case ExecutionFatal:
            statusColor = red();
            break;
          case ExecutionSequential:
            statusColor = yellow();
            break;
          case ExecutionParallel:
            statusColor = green();
            break;
          default:
            statusColor = reset();
            break;
        }

        spew(SpewOps, "%sEND %s%s%s", bold(),
             statusColor, ExecutionStatusToString(status), reset());
    }

    void bailout(uint32_t count, HandleScript script,
                 jsbytecode *pc, ParallelBailoutCause cause) {
        if (!active[SpewOps])
            return;

        const char *filename = "";
        unsigned line=0, column=0;
        if (script) {
            line = PCToLineNumber(script, pc, &column);
            filename = script->filename();
        }

        spew(SpewOps, "%s%sBAILOUT %d%s: %s (%d) at %s:%d:%d", bold(), yellow(), count, reset(),
             BailoutExplanation(cause), cause, filename, line, column);
    }

    void beginCompile(HandleScript script) {
        if (!active[SpewCompile])
            return;

        spew(SpewCompile, "COMPILE %p:%s:%u", script.get(), script->filename(), script->lineno());
        depth++;
    }

    void endCompile(MethodStatus status) {
        if (!active[SpewCompile])
            return;

        JS_ASSERT(depth > 0);
        depth--;

        const char *statusColor;
        switch (status) {
          case Method_Error:
          case Method_CantCompile:
            statusColor = red();
            break;
          case Method_Skipped:
            statusColor = yellow();
            break;
          case Method_Compiled:
            statusColor = green();
            break;
          default:
            statusColor = reset();
            break;
        }

        spew(SpewCompile, "END %s%s%s", statusColor, MethodStatusToString(status), reset());
    }

    void spewMIR(MDefinition *mir, const char *fmt, va_list ap) {
        if (!active[SpewCompile])
            return;

        char buf[BufferSize];
        JS_vsnprintf(buf, BufferSize, fmt, ap);

        JSScript *script = mir->block()->info().script();
        spew(SpewCompile, "%s%s%s: %s (%s:%u)", cyan(), mir->opName(), reset(), buf,
             script->filename(), PCToLineNumber(script, mir->trackedPc()));
    }
};

// Singleton instance of the spewer.
static ParallelSpewer spewer;

bool
parallel::SpewEnabled(SpewChannel channel)
{
    return spewer.isActive(channel);
}

void
parallel::Spew(SpewChannel channel, const char *fmt, ...)
{
    va_list ap;
    va_start(ap, fmt);
    spewer.spewVA(channel, fmt, ap);
    va_end(ap);
}

void
parallel::SpewVA(SpewChannel channel, const char *fmt, va_list ap)
{
    spewer.spewVA(channel, fmt, ap);
}

void
parallel::SpewBeginOp(JSContext *cx, const char *name)
{
    spewer.beginOp(cx, name);
}

ExecutionStatus
parallel::SpewEndOp(ExecutionStatus status)
{
    spewer.endOp(status);
    return status;
}

void
parallel::SpewBailout(uint32_t count, HandleScript script,
                      jsbytecode *pc, ParallelBailoutCause cause)
{
    spewer.bailout(count, script, pc, cause);
}

void
parallel::SpewBeginCompile(HandleScript script)
{
    spewer.beginCompile(script);
}

MethodStatus
parallel::SpewEndCompile(MethodStatus status)
{
    spewer.endCompile(status);
    return status;
}

void
parallel::SpewMIR(MDefinition *mir, const char *fmt, ...)
{
    va_list ap;
    va_start(ap, fmt);
    spewer.spewMIR(mir, fmt, ap);
    va_end(ap);
}

#endif // FORKJOIN_SPEW

bool
js::InExclusiveParallelSection()
{
    return InParallelSection() && ForkJoinContext::current()->hasAcquiredJSContext();
}

bool
js::ParallelTestsShouldPass(JSContext *cx)
{
    return jit::IsIonEnabled(cx) &&
           jit::IsBaselineEnabled(cx) &&
           !jit::js_JitOptions.eagerCompilation &&
           jit::js_JitOptions.baselineUsesBeforeCompile != 0 &&
           cx->runtime()->gcZeal() == 0;
}

void
js::RequestInterruptForForkJoin(JSRuntime *rt, JSRuntime::InterruptMode mode)
{
    if (mode != JSRuntime::RequestInterruptAnyThreadDontStopIon)
        rt->interruptPar = true;
}

bool
js::intrinsic_SetForkJoinTargetRegion(JSContext *cx, unsigned argc, Value *vp)
{
    // This version of SetForkJoinTargetRegion is called during
    // sequential execution. It is a no-op. The parallel version
    // is intrinsic_SetForkJoinTargetRegionPar(), below.
    return true;
}

static bool
intrinsic_SetForkJoinTargetRegionPar(ForkJoinContext *cx, unsigned argc, Value *vp)
{
    // Sets the *target region*, which is the portion of the output
    // buffer that the current iteration is permitted to write to.
    //
    // Note: it is important that the target region should be an
    // entire element (or several elements) of the output array and
    // not some region that spans from the middle of one element into
    // the middle of another. This is because the guarding code
    // assumes that handles, which never straddle across elements,
    // will either be contained entirely within the target region or
    // be contained entirely without of the region, and not straddling
    // the region nor encompassing it.

    CallArgs args = CallArgsFromVp(argc, vp);
    JS_ASSERT(argc == 3);
    JS_ASSERT(args[0].isObject() && args[0].toObject().is<TypedObject>());
    JS_ASSERT(args[1].isInt32());
    JS_ASSERT(args[2].isInt32());

    uint8_t *mem = args[0].toObject().as<TypedObject>().typedMem();
    int32_t start = args[1].toInt32();
    int32_t end = args[2].toInt32();

    cx->targetRegionStart = mem + start;
    cx->targetRegionEnd = mem + end;
    return true;
}

JS_JITINFO_NATIVE_PARALLEL(js::intrinsic_SetForkJoinTargetRegionInfo,
                           intrinsic_SetForkJoinTargetRegionPar);

bool
js::intrinsic_ClearThreadLocalArenas(JSContext *cx, unsigned argc, Value *vp)
{
    return true;
}

static bool
intrinsic_ClearThreadLocalArenasPar(ForkJoinContext *cx, unsigned argc, Value *vp)
{
    cx->allocator()->arenas.wipeDuringParallelExecution(cx->runtime());
    return true;
}

JS_JITINFO_NATIVE_PARALLEL(js::intrinsic_ClearThreadLocalArenasInfo,
                           intrinsic_ClearThreadLocalArenasPar);

#endif // JS_THREADSAFE && JS_ION