Switch TimedRWMutex implementation to use lock_guard where possible
authorChristopher Dykes <cdykes@fb.com>
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 04:25:29 +0000 (21:25 -0700)
committerFacebook Github Bot <facebook-github-bot@users.noreply.github.com>
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 04:35:15 +0000 (21:35 -0700)
Summary: As titled. There are some places where scoping prevents trivial conversion, so I've left those places with explicit lock/unlock calls.

Reviewed By: andriigrynenko, yfeldblum

Differential Revision: D4888812

fbshipit-source-id: c124306e0373ee9eb395cb98f88df63c91523d48

folly/fibers/TimedMutex-inl.h

index 1c64a0e..a42c3bc 100644 (file)
@@ -15,6 +15,8 @@
  */
 #pragma once
 
+#include <mutex>
+
 namespace folly {
 namespace fibers {
 
@@ -151,11 +153,11 @@ inline void TimedMutex::unlock() {
 
 template <typename BatonType>
 void TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::read_lock() {
-  lock_.lock();
+  std::unique_lock<folly::SpinLock> lock{lock_};
   if (state_ == State::WRITE_LOCKED) {
     MutexWaiter waiter;
     read_waiters_.push_back(waiter);
-    lock_.unlock();
+    lock.unlock();
     waiter.baton.wait();
     assert(state_ == State::READ_LOCKED);
     return;
@@ -166,18 +168,17 @@ void TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::read_lock() {
   assert(read_waiters_.empty());
   state_ = State::READ_LOCKED;
   readers_ += 1;
-  lock_.unlock();
 }
 
 template <typename BatonType>
 template <typename Rep, typename Period>
 bool TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::timed_read_lock(
     const std::chrono::duration<Rep, Period>& duration) {
-  lock_.lock();
+  std::unique_lock<folly::SpinLock> lock{lock_};
   if (state_ == State::WRITE_LOCKED) {
     MutexWaiter waiter;
     read_waiters_.push_back(waiter);
-    lock_.unlock();
+    lock.unlock();
 
     if (!waiter.baton.timed_wait(duration)) {
       // We timed out. Two cases:
@@ -185,13 +186,11 @@ bool TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::timed_read_lock(
       // 2. We're not in the waiter list anymore. This could happen if the baton
       //    times out but the mutex is unlocked before we reach this code. In
       //    this case we'll pretend we got the lock on time.
-      lock_.lock();
+      std::lock_guard<SpinLock> guard{lock_};
       if (waiter.hook.is_linked()) {
         read_waiters_.erase(read_waiters_.iterator_to(waiter));
-        lock_.unlock();
         return false;
       }
-      lock_.unlock();
     }
     return true;
   }
@@ -201,13 +200,12 @@ bool TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::timed_read_lock(
   assert(read_waiters_.empty());
   state_ = State::READ_LOCKED;
   readers_ += 1;
-  lock_.unlock();
   return true;
 }
 
 template <typename BatonType>
 bool TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::try_read_lock() {
-  lock_.lock();
+  std::lock_guard<SpinLock> guard{lock_};
   if (state_ != State::WRITE_LOCKED) {
     assert(
         (state_ == State::UNLOCKED && readers_ == 0) ||
@@ -215,25 +213,22 @@ bool TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::try_read_lock() {
     assert(read_waiters_.empty());
     state_ = State::READ_LOCKED;
     readers_ += 1;
-    lock_.unlock();
     return true;
   }
-  lock_.unlock();
   return false;
 }
 
 template <typename BatonType>
 void TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::write_lock() {
-  lock_.lock();
+  std::unique_lock<folly::SpinLock> lock{lock_};
   if (state_ == State::UNLOCKED) {
     verify_unlocked_properties();
     state_ = State::WRITE_LOCKED;
-    lock_.unlock();
     return;
   }
   MutexWaiter waiter;
   write_waiters_.push_back(waiter);
-  lock_.unlock();
+  lock.unlock();
   waiter.baton.wait();
 }
 
@@ -241,16 +236,15 @@ template <typename BatonType>
 template <typename Rep, typename Period>
 bool TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::timed_write_lock(
     const std::chrono::duration<Rep, Period>& duration) {
-  lock_.lock();
+  std::unique_lock<folly::SpinLock> lock{lock_};
   if (state_ == State::UNLOCKED) {
     verify_unlocked_properties();
     state_ = State::WRITE_LOCKED;
-    lock_.unlock();
     return true;
   }
   MutexWaiter waiter;
   write_waiters_.push_back(waiter);
-  lock_.unlock();
+  lock.unlock();
 
   if (!waiter.baton.timed_wait(duration)) {
     // We timed out. Two cases:
@@ -258,13 +252,11 @@ bool TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::timed_write_lock(
     // 2. We're not in the waiter list anymore. This could happen if the baton
     //    times out but the mutex is unlocked before we reach this code. In
     //    this case we'll pretend we got the lock on time.
-    lock_.lock();
+    std::lock_guard<SpinLock> guard{lock_};
     if (waiter.hook.is_linked()) {
       write_waiters_.erase(write_waiters_.iterator_to(waiter));
-      lock_.unlock();
       return false;
     }
-    lock_.unlock();
   }
   assert(state_ == State::WRITE_LOCKED);
   return true;
@@ -272,20 +264,18 @@ bool TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::timed_write_lock(
 
 template <typename BatonType>
 bool TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::try_write_lock() {
-  lock_.lock();
+  std::lock_guard<SpinLock> guard{lock_};
   if (state_ == State::UNLOCKED) {
     verify_unlocked_properties();
     state_ = State::WRITE_LOCKED;
-    lock_.unlock();
     return true;
   }
-  lock_.unlock();
   return false;
 }
 
 template <typename BatonType>
 void TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::unlock() {
-  lock_.lock();
+  std::lock_guard<SpinLock> guard{lock_};
   assert(state_ != State::UNLOCKED);
   assert(
       (state_ == State::READ_LOCKED && readers_ > 0) ||
@@ -322,12 +312,11 @@ void TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::unlock() {
   } else {
     assert(state_ == State::READ_LOCKED);
   }
-  lock_.unlock();
 }
 
 template <typename BatonType>
 void TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::downgrade() {
-  lock_.lock();
+  std::lock_guard<SpinLock> guard{lock_};
   assert(state_ == State::WRITE_LOCKED && readers_ == 0);
   state_ = State::READ_LOCKED;
   readers_ += 1;
@@ -341,7 +330,6 @@ void TimedRWMutex<BatonType>::downgrade() {
       to_wake.baton.post();
     }
   }
-  lock_.unlock();
 }
 }
 }