problems running java under redhat 7
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Posted By:   Anonymous
Posted On:   Tuesday, May 8, 2001 01:26 AM

I found problems running java under redhat 7: There are more java process than expected. (the 'ps' command reports over 200 java process when 14 was expected). Also I found an unusual (high) memory usage. The 'top' command reports that there is little free RAM available, and than java is using too much ram (over 20Mb by process (rmi)). The same development is tested running under linux suse and under Windows and there are not problems found (with SUN jdk1.2). I try to work with different virtual machines (SUN, IBM, Kaffe...). what should I do? ----- Hemos encontrado problemas corriendo java sobre redhat 7: Encontramos más procesos java de los esperados (el    More>>

I found problems running java under redhat 7: There are more java process than expected.
(the 'ps' command reports over 200 java process when 14 was expected).

Also I found an unusual (high) memory usage. The 'top' command reports that there is
little free RAM available, and than java is using too much ram (over 20Mb by process (rmi)).

The same development is tested running under linux suse and under Windows and there are not
problems found (with SUN jdk1.2).

I try to work with different virtual machines (SUN, IBM, Kaffe...).

what should I do?

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Hemos encontrado problemas corriendo java sobre redhat 7: Encontramos más procesos java de
los esperados (el comando 'ps' reporta más de 200 sobre 14 esperados).

También hemos visto que java está consumiendo una inusual cantidad de RAM. El comando 'top'
reporta que los procesos java están usando sobre 20Mb (por proceso (rmi)).

El mismo desarrollo java funciona sobre linux suse y windows sin problemas (con SUN jdk1.2).

Hemos probado diferentes maquinas virtuales (SUN, IBM, Kaffe...).

¿Solución? ¿Cuál es la VM más adecuada sobre redhat 7?

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Re: problems running java under redhat 7

Posted By:   Nathan_Meyers  
Posted On:   Thursday, May 10, 2001 06:48 AM

Due to your different setups of RedHat and SuSE,
you are probably running with green threads under
SuSE and native threads under RH. You're not
really using as much memory as you think; see
this
FAQ entry
for more detail.
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