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Offline Marvin Fröhlich

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« Posted 2007-08-01 11:40:39 »

hi

For a certain improvement of Xith3D I need the aggressive inlining capabilities of the -server JVM. Not all systems (especially Win machines) are treated as server machines by default. Is there any good reason, why not to use the -server JVM by default for any App (GUI, desktop, game, etc.)? Or do I have a chance to enable aggressive inlining for the client JVM, too?

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2007-08-01 12:16:26 »

There is no reason for not using the server VM in the Graphics area. The server VM is faster but the GC is also laysier, so expect a faster growing heap.

in java 7 both VMs are merged anyway.

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2007-08-01 12:38:27 »

 server VM take more time to start, client VM start faster , in another hand client VM run a little slower than server VM (not sure).

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Offline Marvin Fröhlich

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2007-08-01 13:14:49 »

There is no reason for not using the server VM in the Graphics area. The server VM is faster but the GC is also laysier, so expect a faster growing heap.

We anyway keep an eye on it to have extremely little GC in Xith3D. So that won't be a problem.

in java 7 both VMs are merged anyway.

Cool. That's an interesting information.

server VM take more time to start, client VM start faster , in another hand client VM run a little slower than server VM (not sure).

I have run tests to compare them both and the additional startup time is not too important, since it is not very big.

Thanks a lot guys, for these information. It will be of great help for my future decisions. If there's anybody else having useful information about this, don't hesitate to post Smiley.

Marvin
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