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  23 import java.lang.management.*;
  24 
  25 /*
  26  * @test
  27  * @bug     8205878
  28  * @requires os.family != "windows" & os.family != "solaris"
  29  * @summary Basic test of Thread and ThreadMXBean queries on a natively
  30  *          attached thread that has failed to detach before terminating.
  31  * @comment The native code only supports POSIX so no windows testing; also
  32  *          we have to skip solaris as a terminating thread that fails to
  33  *          detach will hit an infinite loop due to TLS destructor issues - see
  34  *          comments in JDK-8156708
  35  * @run main/native TestTerminatedThread
  36  */
  37 
  38 public class TestTerminatedThread {
  39 
  40     static native Thread createTerminatedThread();
  41 
  42     static {
  43         System.loadLibrary("terminatedThread");
  44     }
  45 
  46     private static ThreadMXBean mbean = ManagementFactory.getThreadMXBean();
  47 
  48     public static void main(String[] args) throws Throwable {
  49 
  50         Thread t = createTerminatedThread();
  51 
  52         if (!t.isAlive())
  53             throw new Error("Thread is only supposed to terminate at native layer!");
  54 
  55         // Now invoke the various functions on this thread to
  56         // make sure the VM handles it okay. The focus is on
  57         // functions with an underlying native OS implementation.
  58         // Generally as long as we don't crash or throw unexpected
  59         // exceptions then the test passes. In some cases we know exactly
  60         // what a function should return and so can check that.
  61 
  62         System.out.println("Working with thread: " + t +
  63                            ",  in state: " + t.getState());
  64 
  65         System.out.println("Calling suspend ...");
  66         t.suspend();
  67         System.out.println("Calling resume ...");
  68         t.resume();
  69         System.out.println("Calling getStackTrace ...");
  70         StackTraceElement[] stack = t.getStackTrace();
  71         System.out.println(java.util.Arrays.toString(stack));
  72         if (stack.length != 0)
  73             throw new Error("Terminated thread should have empty java stack trace");
  74         System.out.println("Calling setName(\"NewName\") ...");
  75         t.setName("NewName");
  76         System.out.println("Calling interrupt ...");
  77         t.interrupt();
  78         System.out.println("Calling stop ...");
  79         t.stop();
  80 
  81         // Now the ThreadMXBean functions
  82 
  83         if (mbean.isThreadCpuTimeSupported() &&
  84             mbean.isThreadCpuTimeEnabled() ) {
  85             System.out.println("Calling getThreadCpuTime ...");
  86             long t1 = mbean.getThreadCpuTime(t.getId());
  87             if (t1 != -1) {
  88                 throw new RuntimeException("Invalid ThreadCpuTime returned = " +
  89                                            t1 + " expected = -1");
  90             }
  91             System.out.println("Okay: getThreadCpuTime() reported -1 as expected");
  92         } else {
  93             System.out.println("Skipping Thread CPU time test as it's not supported");
  94         }
  95 
  96         System.out.println("Calling getThreadUserTime ...");
  97         long t1 = mbean.getThreadUserTime(t.getId());
  98         if (t1 != -1) {
  99             throw new RuntimeException("Invalid ThreadUserTime returned = " +
 100                                        t1 + " expected = -1");
 101         }
 102         System.out.println("Okay: getThreadUserTime() reported -1 as expected");
 103 
 104         System.out.println("Calling getThreadInfo ...");
 105         ThreadInfo info = mbean.getThreadInfo(t.getId());
 106         System.out.println(info);
 107 
 108         System.out.println("Calling getThreadInfo with stack ...");
 109         info = mbean.getThreadInfo(t.getId(), Integer.MAX_VALUE);
 110         System.out.println(info);
 111     }
 112 }