Antony T Curtis
antony.t.curtis at ntlworld.com
Sat Oct 25 17:08:21 PDT 2003
On Sun, 2003-10-26 at 00:02, Joe Warner wrote:
> On Saturday 25 October 2003 09:04 am, Antony T Curtis wrote:
> > On Sat, 2003-10-25 at 15:21, Joe Warner wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Does anyone know how to control the number of Java processes that get
> > > spawned when running one of the variants in /usr/ports/java..? I'm
> > > running linux-ibm-jdk1.3.1 and when I launch
> > > /usr/local/linux-ibm-jdk1.3.1/bin/java it spawns 5 processes of java and
> > > it's bringing my system to it's knees! There was an older version that I
> > > used to run that only spawned 1 process and my system could handle it
> > > fine.
> > Each thread in a Linux binary becomes 1 process under FreeBSD.
> > > I've looked through the supplied documentation, this list and even Google
> > > and can't find any instructions on how to limit these processes.
> > Try using -classic option.
> What kind of option is that? Java command line or make option?
The first option on the java command line.
Alternatively, you can use JDK1.3 (Diablo) on FreeBSD, it will only
create one process.
Antony T Curtis BSc Unix Analyst Programmer
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