jdk14 port usable for development?
jshevland at ozemail.com.au
Tue Jul 22 17:11:40 PDT 2003
We're mainly deploying our application on Windows, but I've also installed
and had multiple instances running on a 4.8-STABLE machine (1.4GHz, 1GB
RAM). The application is heavily threaded, uses JCE/JSSE a lot, and uses a
lot of I/O classes - basically a server application that processes data,
constructs and send files etc. It also has bundled a reasonable amount of
third party libraries, including Jetty, JCS (Java Caching), Axis (Apache
SOAP toolkit) and Bouncy Castle's crytpo stuff.
Its working fine with the native JDK 1.4.1 in all areas, but keytool
appears to be taking a long time... I did have some lock-ups using JSSE,
but I haven't seen those in a while and they may be prior to patchset 8.
The following script eventually completes, but takes a long time and drives
the CPU up to 100% (in reality I've got about ten or more of the following
lines in the script). I'm not sure if this is massaging the bug below, or
just takes a large amount of CPU/time (certainly far longer than Win32).
I haven't done any hard tests on it yet, but it 'feels' more responsive
than the Win32 deployment at this stage ... at any rate, thats what I'll be
telling the Sales Liars^W People :)
keytool -genkey -dname "cn=TEST, st=VIC, c=AU" -alias keytest -keystore
test.keystore -keypass 123456 -storepass 123456 -validity 365
At 22/07/2003 05:41 PM, Dag-Erling Smørgrav wrote:
>Ernst de Haan <ernst.dehaan at nl.wanadoo.com> writes:
> > It may be. I'm using it for development, mostly Ant-based builds, and I
> > experience regular problems which seem to pertain to forks. Then the java
> > process seems to hang with 98% CPU usage. It's not reproducible, but it
> > seems to happen more and more on my system. Actually I'm thinking about
> > switching back to jdk13 until jdk14 is a bit more reliable.
>I use it daily at work (on 5.1-CURRENT), and run Ant hundreds if not
>thousands of time per day with no trouble at all. YMMV...
>Dag-Erling Smørgrav - des at des.no
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