Only recieved one reply. Although I agree that maybe we should test it
ourselves, management has
decided to put pressure on the other company to come up with their own fix.
Alan Orndorff wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have an application that currently runs under JDK1.2 with the
> Classical VM. The app
> runs fine but theres one little bug thats turning into a show stopper.
> The bug apparently
> is fixed if you run Java JDK1.2 with the HotSpot VM instead. The vendor
> claims that
> their are bugs in this compiler but then states that other people are
> using it without any
> adverse effects. Its been stated that under high stress the HotSpot VM
> could cause
> data corruption and other probs. The app we're getting to roll out will
> have an extremely
> high hit count. Does anyone know if this is true or are they just
> making this up?
I think the only way you are going to find out is to test it.
I'm sure Hotspot can run certain programs a zillion times, and
others, it probably can't run once. The same can be said about
the JDK. It really depends on your program. As they say,
your mileage will vary.
I would definitely try the 1.2.2 with HotSpot 1.0.1. JDK1.2.1
with/without HotSpot 1.0.0 had some weird spots.
If there is a bug in the VM, you might want to make sure you log
it in the JDC.
-- Roger Fujii <email@example.com>
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