CFV: New project: Shenandoah
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Thu Sep 10 20:55:25 UTC 2015
2015-09-10 14:06 GMT+02:00 Roman Kennke <roman at kennke.org>:
> Project Shenandoah: An Ultra-low Pause time GC for OpenJDK
> I hereby propose the creation of the Shenandoah project with Christine
> H. Flood as the initial lead and the Hotspot group as the sponsoring
> group. 
> Shenandoah is an ultra-low pause time garbage collector that reduces GC
> pause times by performing more garbage collection work concurrently
> with the running Java program. CMS and G1 both perform concurrent
> marking of live objects. Shenandoah adds concurrent compaction.
> Shenandoah has so far been developed as part of the IcedTea project:
> It has usable implementations for OpenJDK9 and OpenJDK8.
> Initial authors/reviewers:
> Christine Flood (cflood at redhat.com)
> Roman Kennke (rkennke at redhat.com)
> Christine H. Flood is a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat.
> She has a long history of implementing garbage collected programming
> languages at MIT, Symbolics, Sun Labs, and now Red Hat. She helped
> develop both G1 and the parallel collector. A garbage collector
> with concurrent evacuation is the obvious next step.
> Roman Kennke is Principle Software Engineer at Red Hat, working on
> Shenandoah since two years now. Before this, he worked on Thermostat,
> and contributed to OpenJDK in several areas, most importantly the Zero
> and Shark ports, graphics, and ports to embedded platforms.
> Votes are due by Sept, 24th, 2015
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> Best regards,
> Roman Kennke
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