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How to install java as a private JVM on Linux(RedHat7.1) ?
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Posted By:   tony_k
Posted On:   Monday, May 28, 2001 10:31 PM

Hi there, I'm thinking to start a web hosting company which offers Java servlets, JSP. so I need to offer private JVM as other web hosting companies do these days. I can code with java, but I really don't know about managing stuff... What I wanna know is how to install java(JVM) as a private JVM. If I will have 100 customers, Do I have to install 100 JVMs on my server ? or I can install only 1 JVM and offer the JVM as private JVM to 100 customers ? anyway, I don't know how to make it. Please help me out. OS will be RedHat7.1 Servlet Engine will be JRun3.0 Thank you. Tony. ps) I'm assuming If I can install JVM as a    More>>

Hi there,
I'm thinking to start a web hosting company which offers Java servlets, JSP.

so I need to offer private JVM as other web hosting companies do these days.
I can code with java, but I really don't know about managing stuff...

What I wanna know is how to install java(JVM) as a private JVM.
If I will have 100 customers, Do I have to install 100 JVMs on my server
?
or I can install only 1 JVM and offer the JVM as private JVM to 100 customers
?

anyway, I don't know how to make it.
Please help me out.

OS will be RedHat7.1
Servlet Engine will be JRun3.0

Thank you.
Tony.
ps)
I'm assuming If I can install JVM as a private JVM , JRun3.0 will be private too. Is it right ? It will be really appreciated if you can give me a tip about this too...
Thank you again.

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Re: How to install java as a private JVM on Linux(RedHat7.1) ?

Posted By:   Nathan_Meyers  
Posted On:   Tuesday, May 29, 2001 06:10 PM

What do you mean by private - what sort of privacy
are you trying to provide? The Unix/Linux process
mechanism provides a lot of security - two different
processes do not have access to each others memory
space. Is that what you're looking for? You don't need
multiple installations of software to run multiple process
instances; every time you launch the JVM from the
"java" command, you're running a new instance in
its own process.

Re: How to install java as a private JVM on Linux(RedHat7.1) ?

Posted By:   Anonymous  
Posted On:   Monday, May 28, 2001 10:39 PM

If you want to create multiple Java environment, take a look at this FAQ: Can I install multiple Java environments on my Linux box?.

Regards.
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