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#include "jit/Sink.h"
#include "mozilla/Vector.h"
#include "jit/IonAnalysis.h"
#include "jit/JitSpewer.h"
#include "jit/MIR.h"
#include "jit/MIRGenerator.h"
#include "jit/MIRGraph.h"
namespace js {
namespace jit {
// Given the last found common dominator and a new definition to dominate, the
// CommonDominator function returns the basic block which dominate the last
// common dominator and the definition. If no such block exists, then this
// functions return null.
static MBasicBlock*
CommonDominator(MBasicBlock* commonDominator, MBasicBlock* defBlock)
// This is the first instruction visited, record its basic block as being
// the only interesting one.
if (!commonDominator)
return defBlock;
// Iterate on immediate dominators of the known common dominator to find a
// block which dominates all previous uses as well as this instruction.
while (!commonDominator->dominates(defBlock)) {
MBasicBlock* nextBlock = commonDominator->immediateDominator();
// All uses are dominated, so, this cannot happen unless the graph
// coherency is not respected.
MOZ_ASSERT(commonDominator != nextBlock);
commonDominator = nextBlock;
return commonDominator;
Sink(MIRGenerator* mir, MIRGraph& graph)
TempAllocator& alloc = graph.alloc();
bool sinkEnabled = mir->optimizationInfo().sinkEnabled();
for (PostorderIterator block = graph.poBegin(); block != graph.poEnd(); block++) {
if (mir->shouldCancel("Sink"))
return false;
for (MInstructionReverseIterator iter = block->rbegin(); iter != block->rend(); ) {
MInstruction* ins = *iter++;
// Only instructions which can be recovered on bailout can be moved
// into the bailout paths.
if (ins->isGuard() || ins->isGuardRangeBailouts() ||
ins->isRecoveredOnBailout() || !ins->canRecoverOnBailout())
// Compute a common dominator for all uses of the current
// instruction.
bool hasLiveUses = false;
bool hasUses = false;
MBasicBlock* usesDominator = nullptr;
for (MUseIterator i(ins->usesBegin()), e(ins->usesEnd()); i != e; i++) {
hasUses = true;
MNode* consumerNode = (*i)->consumer();
if (consumerNode->isResumePoint())
MDefinition* consumer = consumerNode->toDefinition();
if (consumer->isRecoveredOnBailout())
hasLiveUses = true;
// If the instruction is a Phi, then we should dominate the
// predecessor from which the value is coming from.
MBasicBlock* consumerBlock = consumer->block();
if (consumer->isPhi())
consumerBlock = consumerBlock->getPredecessor(consumer->indexOf(*i));
usesDominator = CommonDominator(usesDominator, consumerBlock);
if (usesDominator == *block)
// Leave this instruction for DCE.
if (!hasUses)
// We have no uses, so sink this instruction in all the bailout
// paths.
if (!hasLiveUses) {
JitSpewDef(JitSpew_Sink, " No live uses, recover the instruction on bailout\n", ins);
// This guard is temporarly moved here as the above code deals with
// Dead Code elimination, which got moved into this Sink phase, as
// the Dead Code elimination used to move instructions with no-live
// uses to the bailout path.
if (!sinkEnabled)
// To move an effectful instruction, we would have to verify that the
// side-effect is not observed. In the mean time, we just inhibit
// this optimization on effectful instructions.
if (ins->isEffectful())
// If all the uses are under a loop, we might not want to work
// against LICM by moving everything back into the loop, but if the
// loop is it-self inside an if, then we still want to move the
// computation under this if statement.
while (block->loopDepth() < usesDominator->loopDepth()) {
MOZ_ASSERT(usesDominator != usesDominator->immediateDominator());
usesDominator = usesDominator->immediateDominator();
// Only move instructions if there is a branch between the dominator
// of the uses and the original instruction. This prevent moving the
// computation of the arguments into an inline function if there is
// no major win.
MBasicBlock* lastJoin = usesDominator;
while (*block != lastJoin && lastJoin->numPredecessors() == 1) {
MOZ_ASSERT(lastJoin != lastJoin->immediateDominator());
MBasicBlock* next = lastJoin->immediateDominator();
if (next->numSuccessors() > 1)
lastJoin = next;
if (*block == lastJoin)
// Skip to the next instruction if we cannot find a common dominator
// for all the uses of this instruction, or if the common dominator
// correspond to the block of the current instruction.
if (!usesDominator || usesDominator == *block)
// Only instruction which can be recovered on bailout and which are
// sinkable can be moved into blocks which are below while filling
// the resume points with a clone which is recovered on bailout.
// If the instruction has live uses and if it is clonable, then we
// can clone the instruction for all non-dominated uses and move the
// instruction into the block which is dominating all live uses.
if (!ins->canClone())
// If the block is a split-edge block, which is created for folding
// test conditions, then the block has no resume point and has
// multiple predecessors. In such case, we cannot safely move
// bailing instruction to these blocks as we have no way to bailout.
if (!usesDominator->entryResumePoint() && usesDominator->numPredecessors() != 1)
JitSpewDef(JitSpew_Sink, " Can Clone & Recover, sink instruction\n", ins);
JitSpew(JitSpew_Sink, " into Block %u", usesDominator->id());
// Copy the arguments and clone the instruction.
MDefinitionVector operands(alloc);
for (size_t i = 0, end = ins->numOperands(); i < end; i++) {
if (!operands.append(ins->getOperand(i)))
return false;
MInstruction* clone = ins->clone(alloc, operands);
ins->block()->insertBefore(ins, clone);
// We should not update the producer of the entry resume point, as
// it cannot refer to any instruction within the basic block excepts
// for Phi nodes.
MResumePoint* entry = usesDominator->entryResumePoint();
// Replace the instruction by its clone in all the resume points /
// recovered-on-bailout instructions which are not in blocks which
// are dominated by the usesDominator block.
for (MUseIterator i(ins->usesBegin()), e(ins->usesEnd()); i != e; ) {
MUse* use = *i++;
MNode* consumer = use->consumer();
// If the consumer is a Phi, then we look for the index of the
// use to find the corresponding predecessor block, which is
// then used as the consumer block.
MBasicBlock* consumerBlock = consumer->block();
if (consumer->isDefinition() && consumer->toDefinition()->isPhi()) {
consumerBlock = consumerBlock->getPredecessor(
// Keep the current instruction for all dominated uses, except
// for the entry resume point of the block in which the
// instruction would be moved into.
if (usesDominator->dominates(consumerBlock) &&
(!consumer->isResumePoint() || consumer->toResumePoint() != entry))
// As we move this instruction in a different block, we should
// verify that we do not carry over a resume point which would refer
// to an outdated state of the control flow.
if (ins->resumePoint())
// Now, that all uses which are not dominated by usesDominator are
// using the cloned instruction, we can safely move the instruction
// into the usesDominator block.
MInstruction* at = usesDominator->safeInsertTop(nullptr, MBasicBlock::IgnoreRecover);
block->moveBefore(at, ins);
return true;
} // namespace jit
} // namespace js