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JVM hotspot support for IBM JDK 141 - AIX

To the Group: Hi all, I am using a java/pdf report engine namely Elixir Report Server. The report server uses JDK 1.4.1 with hotspot server JVM support. My application runs on AIX and the IBM JDK1.4.1 doesn't support hotspot option. Since the report server fails to startup as it cannot find the jvm hotspot support (using -server jvm option). I'm looking for any workaround and your immediate respnose would be appreciated. Thanks and Regards, Francis Joseph...

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    Default JVM hotspot support for IBM JDK 141

    To the Group:

    Hi all,

    I am using a java/pdf report engine namely Elixir Report Server. The
    report server uses JDK 1.4.1 with hotspot server JVM support.

    My application runs on AIX and the IBM JDK1.4.1 doesn't support
    hotspot option.
    Since the report server fails to startup as it cannot find the jvm
    hotspot support (using -server jvm option).

    I'm looking for any workaround and your immediate respnose would be
    appreciated.


    Thanks and Regards,
    Francis Joseph
    FSJOSEPH Guest

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    Default Re: JVM hotspot support for IBM JDK 141

    FSJOSEPH wrote:
     

    IBM's Java Runtimes don't include HotSpot, as they haven't licensed
    this technology from Sun (that I'm aware of at least). Instead, IBM
    provides its own JIT optimization technologies, which are sometimes
    actually _faster_ than HotSpot.
     

    Change whatever launch scripts you're using to remove the "-server" option.

    Brad BARCLAY

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    Default Re: JVM hotspot support for IBM JDK 141

    Yes, that's correct.

    Try http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/java/jdk/ for more info.

    Brad BARCLAY wrote:
     
    >
    >
    > IBM's Java Runtimes don't include HotSpot, as they haven't licensed
    > this technology from Sun (that I'm aware of at least). Instead, IBM
    > provides its own JIT optimization technologies, which are sometimes
    > actually _faster_ than HotSpot.

    >
    >
    > Change whatever launch scripts you're using to remove the "-server"
    > option.
    >
    > Brad BARCLAY
    >[/ref]

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