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using System.Collections.Generic; 
using System.Threading;
using System.Diagnostics.Contracts; 
namespace System.Linq.Parallel
    /// This enumerator handles the actual coordination among partitions required to
    /// accomplish the repartitioning operation, as explained above.  In addition to that,
    /// it tracks order keys so that order preservation can flow through the enumerator. 
    /// The kind of elements. 
    /// The key used to distribute elements. 
    /// The kind of keys found in the source.
    internal class OrderedHashRepartitionEnumerator : QueryOperatorEnumerator, TOrderKey> 
        private const int ENUMERATION_NOT_STARTED = -1; // Sentinel to note we haven't begun enumerating yet.

        private readonly int m_partitionCount; // The number of partitions. 
        private readonly int m_partitionIndex; // Our unique partition index.
        private readonly Func m_keySelector; // A key-selector function. 
        private readonly HashRepartitionStream m_repartitionStream; // A repartitioning stream. 
        private readonly ListChunk>[,] m_valueExchangeMatrix; // Matrix to do inter-task communication of values.
        private readonly ListChunk[,] m_keyExchangeMatrix; // Matrix to do inter-task communication of order keys. 
        private readonly QueryOperatorEnumerator m_source; // The immediate source of data.
        private CountdownEvent m_barrier; // Used to signal and wait for repartitions to complete.
        private readonly CancellationToken m_cancellationToken; // A token for canceling the process.
        private Mutables m_mutables; // Mutable fields for this enumerator. 

        class Mutables 
            internal int m_currentBufferIndex; // Current buffer index.
            internal ListChunk> m_currentBuffer; // The buffer we're currently enumerating. 
            internal ListChunk m_currentKeyBuffer; // The buffer we're currently enumerating.
            internal int m_currentIndex; // Current index into the buffer.

            internal Mutables() 
                m_currentBufferIndex = ENUMERATION_NOT_STARTED; 
        // Creates a new repartitioning enumerator.
        // Arguments: 
        //     source            - the data stream from which to pull elements
        //     useOrdinalOrderPreservation - whether order preservation is required 
        //     partitionCount    - total number of partitions 
        //     partitionIndex    - this operator's unique partition index
        //     repartitionStream - the stream object to use for partition selection 
        //     barrier           - a latch used to signal task completion
        //     buffers           - a set of buffers for inter-task communication
        internal OrderedHashRepartitionEnumerator(
            QueryOperatorEnumerator source, int partitionCount, int partitionIndex, 
            Func keySelector, OrderedHashRepartitionStream repartitionStream, CountdownEvent barrier, 
            ListChunk>[,] valueExchangeMatrix, ListChunk[,] keyExchangeMatrix, CancellationToken cancellationToken)
            Contract.Assert(source != null);
            Contract.Assert(keySelector != null || typeof(THashKey) == typeof(NoKeyMemoizationRequired));
            Contract.Assert(repartitionStream != null);
            Contract.Assert(barrier != null); 
            Contract.Assert(valueExchangeMatrix != null);
            Contract.Assert(valueExchangeMatrix.GetLength(0) == partitionCount, "expected square matrix of buffers (NxN)"); 
            Contract.Assert(valueExchangeMatrix.GetLength(1) == partitionCount, "expected square matrix of buffers (NxN)"); 
            Contract.Assert(0 <= partitionIndex && partitionIndex < partitionCount);
            m_source = source;
            m_partitionCount = partitionCount;
            m_partitionIndex = partitionIndex;
            m_keySelector = keySelector; 
            m_repartitionStream = repartitionStream;
            m_barrier = barrier; 
            m_valueExchangeMatrix = valueExchangeMatrix; 
            m_keyExchangeMatrix = keyExchangeMatrix;
            m_cancellationToken = cancellationToken; 

        // Retrieves the next element from this partition.  All repartitioning operators across 
        // all partitions cooperate in a barrier-style algorithm.  The first time an element is
        // requested, the repartitioning operator will enter the 1st phase: during this phase, it 
        // scans its entire input and compute the destination partition for each element.  During 
        // the 2nd phase, each partition scans the elements found by all other partitions for
        // it, and yield this to callers.  The only synchronization required is the barrier itself 
        // -- all other parts of this algorithm are synchronization-free.
        // Notes: One rather large penalty that this algorithm incurs is higher memory usage and a
        // larger time-to-first-element latency, at least compared with our old implementation; this 
        // happens because all input elements must be fetched before we can produce a single output
        // element.  In many cases this isn't too terrible: e.g. a GroupBy requires this to occur 
        // anyway, so having the repartitioning operator do so isn't complicating matters much at all. 
        internal override bool MoveNext(ref Pair currentElement, ref TOrderKey currentKey)
            if (m_partitionCount == 1)
                TInputOutput current = default(TInputOutput);
                // If there's only one partition, no need to do any sort of exchanges. 
                if (m_source.MoveNext(ref current, ref currentKey))
                    currentElement = new Pair(
                        current, m_keySelector == null ? default(THashKey) : m_keySelector(current));
                    return true;

                return false; 

            Mutables mutables = m_mutables; 
            if (mutables == null)
                mutables = m_mutables = new Mutables();

            // If we haven't enumerated the source yet, do that now.  This is the first phase 
            // of a two-phase barrier style operation.
            if (mutables.m_currentBufferIndex == ENUMERATION_NOT_STARTED) 
                Contract.Assert(mutables.m_currentBufferIndex != ENUMERATION_NOT_STARTED); 

            // Once we've enumerated our contents, we can then go back and walk the buffers that belong
            // to the current partition.  This is phase two.  Note that we slyly move on to the first step 
            // of phase two before actually waiting for other partitions.  That's because we can enumerate
            // the buffer we wrote to above, as already noted. 
            while (mutables.m_currentBufferIndex < m_partitionCount) 
                // If the queue is non-null and still has elements, yield them. 
                if (mutables.m_currentBuffer != null)
                    Contract.Assert(mutables.m_currentKeyBuffer != null);
                    if (++mutables.m_currentIndex < mutables.m_currentBuffer.Count)
                        // Return the current element. 
                        currentElement = mutables.m_currentBuffer.m_chunk[mutables.m_currentIndex];
                        Contract.Assert(mutables.m_currentKeyBuffer != null, "expected same # of buffers/key-buffers"); 
                        currentKey = mutables.m_currentKeyBuffer.m_chunk[mutables.m_currentIndex];
                        return true;
                        // If the chunk is empty, advance to the next one (if any). 
                        mutables.m_currentIndex = ENUMERATION_NOT_STARTED; 
                        mutables.m_currentBuffer = mutables.m_currentBuffer.Next;
                        mutables.m_currentKeyBuffer = mutables.m_currentKeyBuffer.Next; 
                        Contract.Assert(mutables.m_currentBuffer == null || mutables.m_currentBuffer.Count > 0);
                        Contract.Assert((mutables.m_currentBuffer == null) == (mutables.m_currentKeyBuffer == null));
                        Contract.Assert(mutables.m_currentBuffer == null || mutables.m_currentBuffer.Count == mutables.m_currentKeyBuffer.Count);
                        continue; // Go back around and invoke this same logic. 
                // We're done with the current partition.  Slightly different logic depending on whether
                // we're on our own buffer or one that somebody else found for us. 
                if (mutables.m_currentBufferIndex == m_partitionIndex)
                    // We now need to wait at the barrier, in case some other threads aren't done.
                    // Once we wake up, we reset our index and will increment it immediately after. 
                    mutables.m_currentBufferIndex = ENUMERATION_NOT_STARTED; 

                // Advance to the next buffer. 
                mutables.m_currentIndex = ENUMERATION_NOT_STARTED;

                if (mutables.m_currentBufferIndex == m_partitionIndex) 
                    // Skip our current buffer (since we already enumerated it). 
                // Assuming we're within bounds, retrieve the next buffer object.
                if (mutables.m_currentBufferIndex < m_partitionCount)
                    mutables.m_currentBuffer = m_valueExchangeMatrix[mutables.m_currentBufferIndex, m_partitionIndex]; 
                    mutables.m_currentKeyBuffer = m_keyExchangeMatrix[mutables.m_currentBufferIndex, m_partitionIndex];

            // We're done. No more buffers to enumerate. 
            return false;

        // Called when this enumerator is first enumerated; it must walk through the source
        // and redistribute elements to their slot in the exchange matrix. 

        private void EnumerateAndRedistributeElements() 
            Mutables mutables = m_mutables;
            Contract.Assert(mutables != null);
            ListChunk>[] privateBuffers = new ListChunk>[m_partitionCount];
            ListChunk[] privateKeyBuffers = new ListChunk[m_partitionCount]; 
            TInputOutput element = default(TInputOutput);
            TOrderKey key = default(TOrderKey); 
            int loopCount = 0;
            while (m_source.MoveNext(ref element, ref key))
                if ((loopCount++ & CancellationState.POLL_INTERVAL) == 0) 
                // Calculate the element's destination partition index, placing it into the 
                // appropriate buffer from which partitions will later enumerate.
                int destinationIndex; 
                THashKey elementHashKey = default(THashKey);
                if (m_keySelector != null)
                    elementHashKey = m_keySelector(element); 
                    destinationIndex = m_repartitionStream.GetHashCode(elementHashKey) % m_partitionCount;
                    Contract.Assert(typeof(THashKey) == typeof(NoKeyMemoizationRequired)); 
                    destinationIndex = m_repartitionStream.GetHashCode(element) % m_partitionCount;

                Contract.Assert(0 <= destinationIndex && destinationIndex < m_partitionCount, 
                                "destination partition outside of the legal range of partitions");
                // Get the buffer for the destnation partition, lazily allocating if needed.  We maintain 
                // this list in our own private cache so that we avoid accessing shared memory locations
                // too much.  In the original implementation, we'd access the buffer in the matrix ([N,M], 
                // where N is the current partition and M is the destination), but some rudimentary
                // performance profiling indicates copying at the end performs better.
                ListChunk> buffer = privateBuffers[destinationIndex];
                ListChunk keyBuffer = privateKeyBuffers[destinationIndex]; 
                if (buffer == null)
                    const int INITIAL_PRIVATE_BUFFER_SIZE = 128; 
                    Contract.Assert(keyBuffer == null);
                    privateBuffers[destinationIndex] = buffer = new ListChunk>(INITIAL_PRIVATE_BUFFER_SIZE); 
                    privateKeyBuffers[destinationIndex] = keyBuffer = new ListChunk(INITIAL_PRIVATE_BUFFER_SIZE);

                buffer.Add(new Pair(element, elementHashKey)); 

            // Copy the local buffers to the shared space and then signal to other threads that 
            // we are done.  We can then immediately move on to enumerating the elements we found
            // for the current partition before waiting at the barrier.  If we found a lot, we will
            // hopefully never have to physically wait.
            for (int i = 0; i < m_partitionCount; i++) 
                m_valueExchangeMatrix[m_partitionIndex, i] = privateBuffers[i]; 
                m_keyExchangeMatrix[m_partitionIndex, i] = privateKeyBuffers[i]; 

            // Begin at our own buffer.
            mutables.m_currentBufferIndex = m_partitionIndex; 
            mutables.m_currentBuffer = privateBuffers[m_partitionIndex];
            mutables.m_currentKeyBuffer = privateKeyBuffers[m_partitionIndex]; 
            mutables.m_currentIndex = ENUMERATION_NOT_STARTED; 
        protected override void Dispose(bool disposing)
            if (m_barrier != null)
                // Since this enumerator is being disposed, we will decrement the barrier,
                // in case other enumerators will wait on the barrier. 
                if (m_mutables == null || (m_mutables.m_currentBufferIndex == ENUMERATION_NOT_STARTED)) 
                    m_barrier = null;


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