Re: How are users supposed to run Java programs in server mode underWindows?
Graham Jones wrote:
> I am new to Java, but not to programming. I am interested in scientific
> computing, and this can be a serious time-consumer. From the recent
> "Matrix performance question" thread I learned that running Java
> programs with -server can make a huge difference, like twice as fast.
> It doesn't seem easy to get Java to use server mode under Windows.
> Although I had previously installed the JDK, doing "java -server ... "
> gave an error. Following advice that I found on the interweb (which
> advice described itself as a 'dirty trick'), I have now copied a
> directory called 'server' from a jdk directory to a jre directory, and
> now it works. Very few end-users are going to go through this
> performance. So what is the official way, and how are non-technical
> people (eg biologists) supposed to find it?
That's how it's done. If you package up a program with a JRE you can
include it. I mutter under my breath every time I update some remote
Java installation and forget to copy over the server directory.
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