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authorKoichi Sasada <ko1@atdot.net>2020-01-08 16:14:01 +0900
committerKoichi Sasada <ko1@atdot.net>2020-02-22 09:58:59 +0900
commitb9007b6c548f91e88fd3f2ffa23de740431fa969 (patch)
tree1746393d1c5f704e8dc7e0a458198264062273bf /ext
parentf2286925f08406bc857f7b03ad6779a5d61443ae (diff)
Introduce disposable call-cache.
This patch contains several ideas: (1) Disposable inline method cache (IMC) for race-free inline method cache * Making call-cache (CC) as a RVALUE (GC target object) and allocate new CC on cache miss. * This technique allows race-free access from parallel processing elements like RCU. (2) Introduce per-Class method cache (pCMC) * Instead of fixed-size global method cache (GMC), pCMC allows flexible cache size. * Caching CCs reduces CC allocation and allow sharing CC's fast-path between same call-info (CI) call-sites. (3) Invalidate an inline method cache by invalidating corresponding method entries (MEs) * Instead of using class serials, we set "invalidated" flag for method entry itself to represent cache invalidation. * Compare with using class serials, the impact of method modification (add/overwrite/delete) is small. * Updating class serials invalidate all method caches of the class and sub-classes. * Proposed approach only invalidate the method cache of only one ME. See [Feature #16614] for more details.
Notes
Notes: Merged: https://github.com/ruby/ruby/pull/2888
Diffstat (limited to 'ext')
-rw-r--r--ext/objspace/objspace.c1
1 files changed, 1 insertions, 0 deletions
diff --git a/ext/objspace/objspace.c b/ext/objspace/objspace.c
index 38d3d2f..dc1a0cb 100644
--- a/ext/objspace/objspace.c
+++ b/ext/objspace/objspace.c
@@ -638,6 +638,7 @@ count_imemo_objects(int argc, VALUE *argv, VALUE self)
imemo_type_ids[9] = rb_intern("imemo_ast");
imemo_type_ids[10] = rb_intern("imemo_parser_strterm");
imemo_type_ids[11] = rb_intern("imemo_callinfo");
+ imemo_type_ids[12] = rb_intern("imemo_callcache");
}
rb_objspace_each_objects(count_imemo_objects_i, (void *)hash);