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Date:      Tue, 23 Apr 2002 22:06:09 -0500
From:      "FX" <jps@funeralexchange.com>
To:        "Marc van Woerkom" <marc.vanwoerkom@science-factory.com>, <billh@gnuppy.monkey.org>
Cc:        <marc.vanwoerkom@science-factory.com>, <freebsd-java@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Re: JDK 1.4
Message-ID:  <000001c1eb3e$6efb57b0$9864fea9@puckyou>
References:  <20020423234741.3156A2A2A39@pcserver.science-factory.com> <20020424003839.GA1320@gnuppy.monkey.org> <20020424020917.0EE322A6594@pcserver.science-factory.com>

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> > > Is the 1.4 JDK usable with -STABLE?
> > >
> > > Some time ago, it was not possible to use the hotspot
> > > VM because of thread issues, one fell back to
> > > classic VM.
> > >
> > > The 1.4 JDK however has no classic VM anymore.
> >
> > There's no native 1.4 port of the J2SE, but I'm the processing of
> > testing HotSpot now which should lay the ground work for the port
> > when it's attempted. I
>
> That's nice too. :)
>
> But what I really meant was the usability of the existing
> linux-jdk-1.4.0 port.
>
> Regards,
> Marc

I am using Linux j2sdk 1.4 with FreeBSD 4.5-stable in a production
environment along with

apache+mod_ssl-1.3.24+2.8.8
ant 1.4.1
Jakarta-tomcat-4.0.3
Linux_base-6.1_1
FreeBSD Built Webapps. mod_webapp.so

So far I have not really had any problems and the performance is ALOT nicer
then Tomcat 3.2.3. Note I did NOT use any ports I simply installed the
Linux_base6* and then installed the binary versions of the above programs
and set the necessary paths in my .cshrc.

The only real tricky part was getting the mod_webapp.so to build from
source. Other then that I have had j2sdk1.4 core on me a few times and I
would be more then happy to send the future cores someone if they could help
me debug the problems further.

If I can be of any help just ask.

Regards,

Jeremy Suo-Anttila
jps@funeralexchange.com


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