Closed as program error.
Error Message: The Java virtual machine (JVM) crashes with a SIGSEGV (or S0C4 ABEND) while attempting to load a class, or load a value from an object, within a JIT-compiled method. This only happens with Java 6.0.1 or Java 7 on a z196 system. . Stack Trace: When the ABEND occurs during class loading, the native call stack is as follows: . SENDLOADCLASS+0x835ca090 callLoadClass+0x835b39c8 arbitratedLoadClass+0x835b2548 internalFindClassUTF8+0x835b0c48 internalFindClassString+0x835af6c0 SENDLOADCLASS+0x835ca090 callLoadClass+0x835b39c8 arbitratedLoadClass+0x835b2548 internalFindClassUTF8+0x835b0c48 resolveStaticMethodRef+0x8355c7b0 RUNJAVATHREAD+0x835cd978 javaProtectedThreadProc+0x83545108 j9sig_protect+0x836d1d90 javaThreadProc+0x83542598 thread_wrapper+0xefa50ad8 . If the JIT-compiled code is loading a value from an object, the instruction that causes the ABEND typically tries to load from a register that has been corrupted by an earlier LFH instruction, e.g. . E320 2008 00CA LFH R2,8(,R2) .
The -Xjit:disableHighWordRA,disableHighWordGRA option will work around the problem.
The problem is caused by an issue in the high-word register allocator which result in incorrect register spills and reloads in the JIT-compiled code.
This defect will be fixed in: 6.0.1 SR2 7.0.0 SR1 . The JIT compiler has been updated to fix the register allocation algorithm.
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