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From "Robin Green" <gree...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: J2SDK Hot Spot Not So Hot!
Date Sun, 18 Mar 2001 20:09:49 GMT
Steven Punte <stevep193@excite.com> wrote:
>     Please elaborate!  All my reading to date, like the
>     paragraph attached below, suggest that "-server" should
>     offer better performance for this type of application.

Not necessarily. Cocoon is an unusual kind of servlet.

>FROM HOT SPOT FAQ
>
>What's the difference between the -client and -server systems?
>
>These two systems are different binaries. They are essentially two 
>different
>compilers (JITs) interfacing to the same runtime system. The client system
>is optimal for applications which need fast startup times

Thus -server has a slow startup time. It spends a long time profiling. I 
mean a long time. Then after a while it should get faster.



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