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  23 
  24 import utils.*;
  25 /*
  26  * @test
  27  * @summary Test checks output displayed with jstat -gc.
  28  *          Test scenario:
  29  *          tests forces debuggee application eat ~70% of heap and runs jstat.
  30  *          jstat should show that ~70% of heap is utilized (OC/OU ~= 70%).

  31  * @modules java.base/jdk.internal.misc
  32  * @library /test/lib
  33  * @library ../share
  34  * @run main/othervm -XX:+UsePerfData -Xmx128M -XX:MaxMetaspaceSize=128M GcTest02
  35  */
  36 
  37 public class GcTest02 {
  38 
  39     private final static float targetMemoryUsagePercent = 0.7f;
  40 
  41     public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {
  42 
  43         // We will be running "jstat -gc" tool
  44         JstatGcTool jstatGcTool = new JstatGcTool(ProcessHandle.current().getPid());
  45 
  46         // Run once and get the  results asserting that they are reasonable
  47         JstatGcResults measurement1 = jstatGcTool.measure();
  48         measurement1.assertConsistency();
  49 
  50         GcProvoker gcProvoker = GcProvoker.createGcProvoker();
  51 
  52         // Eat metaspace and heap then run the tool again and get the results  asserting that they are reasonable
  53         gcProvoker.eatMetaspaceAndHeap(targetMemoryUsagePercent);


  54         JstatGcResults measurement2 = jstatGcTool.measure();
  55         measurement2.assertConsistency();
  56 
  57         // Assert that space has been utilized acordingly
  58         JstatResults.assertSpaceUtilization(measurement2, targetMemoryUsagePercent);
  59     }
  60 }
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