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From Chris Janicki <Jani...@ia-inc.com>
Subject Re: Which JVM for Tomcat?
Date Sun, 04 Feb 2001 16:58:23 GMT
Check out this bug before you commit to 1.3 for production: 4293268 (on 
Sun's Java Bug Parade)

It's a rare bug on slow apps, but a killer if your JVM is heavily loaded.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Original Message
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On 1/25/01, 3:02:50 PM, "Michael G. Anderson" <RIEMANNIAN@home.com> wrote 
regarding Re: Which JVM for Tomcat?:


> Hi Craig,
> When did Sun incorporate JAVA 3D into the core classes -- if I read your 
post
> correctly?

> regard,

> mike anderson

> Craig O'Brien wrote:

> > Hello forsythe,
> >
> > I recommend downloading the Java 1.3 SDK.  I believe it is final now..?  
It
> > outperforms earlier versions and would be the best choice for your 
server.
> > If you are downloading at 56k - ...oh well, just do it.  It also includes
> > all of the latest features (java 2d, java 3d, java media, etc.)  It is
> > stable and is a good performer. You need a good compiler for JSP pages.
> >
> > For applets, you are stuck with 1.1 and earlier if you want the majority 
of
> > your visitors to make use of them.  The plug in is a 2-3 meg download and 
it
> > is unreasonable to expect a visitor to download that.  There is also a 
bug
> > in Sun's delivery system currently which doesn't allow Internet Explorer 
to
> > download the plug in anyway.  You will receive the latest plug in with 
your
> > version 1.3.  You can still compile your applets with depreciated 
methods.
> > You can install multiple JDKs of different versions on the same machine.
> >
> > Good luck,
> > Craig
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: forsythe [mailto:forsythe@netvoice.net]
> > Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2001 6:21 PM
> > To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
> > Subject: Re: Which JVM for Tomcat?
> >
> > > Also I will also have APPLETS running in addition to servlets & JSPson
> > this
> > > server... So if I create a JAVA2 APPLET that WILL require a user 
download,
> > > right? Right.
> >
> > Fine.  What has that got to do with Tomcat or the JVM you are installing
> > on your server?  Nothing.  Right?  Right.
> >
> > > If you read carefully I asked "Which jvm works BEST" The Best. BEST. Ok
> > one
> > > more time " THE BEST" I Tomcat supports ALL JVMs, I'm asking if people
> > have
> > > preferences based off experience.
> >
> > Best for what.  FOR WHAT?  Ever hear of requirements?  Right?  Right.
> >
> > > Hey 'Charles' I think you should try to learn how not to be a prick while
> > > answering people questions.  Ass.
> >
> > OK.  Tomorrow I will be nicer.  I doubt that you will be any smarter.
> >
> > -- Charles
> >
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