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This stackwalking was to turn bcp (bytecode pointers) into the Method* into bci (bytecode indices) because the Method* moves and the bcp was a derived pointer from that. The Method* doesn't move anymore until deallocated. So this thread walk to change these things isn't necessary anymore.
Might get some performance on full collections.
Why didn't CMS do this?