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From "Brian Nivens" <>
Subject Re: Tomcat & JIT
Date Mon, 05 Jun 2000 11:24:09 GMT
If you see the message "compiled code" in a stack trace where you normally see
the line number of the error, you are using a JIT. Generally you have to
explicitly turn off the JIT with a -Djava.compiler=NONE.

Oki DZ wrote:

> Hi,
> I use Tomcat and Sun's JDK 1.2.x; as I understand it, the JDK has a JIT
> compiler. Thing is, how can I know that the JIT is working? I'd like to
> have something like a log file that records what the compiler is doing. I
> notice that on the second time, .jsp's run a lot faster. But I don't know
> what makes them faster.
> Thanks in advance,
> Oki
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