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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 24950] - cocoon.sh script does not invoke Sun JVM >= 1.3 with preferred options
Date Wed, 26 Nov 2003 18:11:29 GMT
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cocoon.sh script does not invoke Sun JVM >= 1.3 with preferred options





------- Additional Comments From bruno@outerthought.org  2003-11-26 18:11 -------
While I appreciate your intentions, I'm -1 on adding the -server option because:

1. as Joerg said, the cocoon.sh is intended for quick testing during
development, using the -server option slows things down in this case.

2. whether the -server option provides any real speed advantages depends on a
lot of factors, it often happens that code actually runs slower on the server
VM. Have you done any real testing that shows the benefit? (not that the answer
matters, see point 1)

If you want to use the -server option, you can set an environment variable
called JAVA_OPTIONS containing this option.

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