IV14086: JAVA METHOD MISBEHAVES WHEN JIT-COMPILED
Closed as program error.
Error Message: When a Java method with unusual characteristics has been JIT-compiled, it may produce incorrect I/O, cause an ABEND or unexpected exception, or crash. . Stack Trace: N/A . This issue will most likely affect a Java method with a combination of branches, method calls, loops, and unusual definitions and uses of loop induction variables.
This issue can be avoided using the -Xjit:disableGlobalVP option. Note that this option prevents the JIT compiler from performing many types of optimization. This will cause a significant impact on performance.
The problem is caused when the JIT compiler performs an optimization known as value propagation, and mistakenly concludes that a definition of a variable is unreachable code. As a result, it propagates an incorrect alternative definition of the variable to a use later on in the method, causing unexpected behaviour.
This defect will be fixed in: 6.0.0 SR11 6.0.1 SR2 7.0.0 SR1 . The JIT compiler has been updated to prevent the incorrect propagation.
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