Replace non-concurrent list array with a concurrent queue for session management in sunpkcs11.
Increase the performance.
Performance did not scale as well as it could have using microbenchmarks on some hardware platform.
Session management in sunpkcs11 has been done with synchronized methods around an ArrayList which holds idle PKCS#11 session in a queue. This queue exists to provide better performance by giving open and idle sessions to new crypto operations. Without a queue, opening and closing PKCS#11 session through JNI to the native PKCS#11 library after each crypto operation would be CPU expensive.
The change is to modernize this queue by using a concurrent class, ConcurrentLinkedDeque, and an AtomicInteger as a session counter. This leaves the locking solely in the queue where it is performed better, and releases five methods from being bottlenecked in synchronized locks.
Used provided test tool in JDK-7107611, no other testing is required.