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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 33777] - tomcat not supporting jrockit jdk
Date Mon, 07 Mar 2005 21:26:05 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From drzewo@post.pl  2005-03-07 22:26 -------
Well, that's pretty cool that there is an equivalent for -Xrs in Jrockit, but
appending it doesn't do any good. The problem is that it is *not possible* to
launch tomcat on Bea's JVM as it *rejects*  unknown -Xrs parameter which being
hardcoded somewhere in the tomcatw.exe (rather than specified somewhere on the
editable parameter list) is passed to JVM.
I realize that it is mandatory to pass -Xrs (or it's equivalents) to processes
run as service but hardcoding it in the launcher is not an option either as it
prevents usage of other JVMs.
Bottomline: To me it seems that hardcoding non-standard parameters is somewhat
risky.

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