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Server option for java.exe

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difference between bin's java.exe and jre's java.exe?
Server option for java.exe
Regarding killing a particular Java.exe
restart java.exe from an applet
Include java.exe in the runtime built
Silent mode execution with java.exe
Leakage of java.exe processes
killing process java.exe
Recompiling the java.exe laucher
Symbols not loaded for java.exe
tomcat or java.exe stops responding
Java.exe access is denied
Get path to java.exe [duplicate]
Process.StandardInput.WriteLine Not working on Java.exe
Is the java.exe program the actual VM? [duplicate]

java.exe: difference between bin's java.exe and jre's java.exe?

I am new to java. I have a confusion which interpreter is used to execute java programs as I can see two java.exe one inside bin folder & other inside jre's bin folder.

Waiting for valuable answers of experts!!!

I want to add some details to clear my query:

Suppose java is installed in C:Program FilesJavaJdk1.6 Now, in this directory there is jre folder , bin folder & other folders as well but lets concentrate on these two. This ..jrein folder contains java.exe &

java.exe: Server option for java.exe

What is the difference between server and client Hotspot. Is there any reason to switch production environment to -server. Please share your practical experience. Is there any performance boost? Related to Oracle UCM 10g

java.exe: Regarding killing a particular Java.exe

I have java application say xxxx.exe. Which I manually kill that application, the corresponding Java.exe is still bound to the port, so that when I re-start my application. I cannot attach it to the port. When I check the log it says the connection is already established. JVM unable to bind?

When you kill the applicationname.exe, how would you force the corresponding java.exe file also to be killed?

java.exe: restart java.exe from an applet

I have an applet packaged with a third part dll (from JTwain). My applet scans documents from the TWAIN compatible default printer. The applet fails on a paper jam and won't recover. The user navigates away from the page and the applet is destroyed. When returning to the page it fails again. Closing the browser (which kills java.exe process on the pc), and then returning to the page clears the problem and everything works.

I want to restart everything without requiring users to close down

java.exe: Include java.exe in the runtime built

To create a installer for my javafx application, I have followed tutorial . And it as expected makes the installer.

The directory structure it makes is this:


MyApp

+app

+runtime

+MyApp.exe

+MyApp.ico



The runtime contains the Java runtime. But the issue is, my application creates some Java process and it needs the path of the java.exe. But on browsing through the above folder runtime, it does not contain java.exe.

i.e.

java.exe: Silent mode execution with java.exe

I would like to know if there is a way to execute the 'java.exe' as a background process (silent mode execution)

Ex: java -cp . MyClass arg1

I want to run the above statement as a background process , without opening command window

java.exe: Leakage of java.exe processes

In Emacs + clojure-mode/swank-clojure, when I quit, the java.exe process that was created doesn't get actually killed (as much as I select 'y' when asked for it). What could be the cause?

java.exe: killing process java.exe

I launch some batch file from my C# app via Process id. This file started java app. I cant recognize which process called java.exe must be kill to stop this application. Is there some more elegant way than kill them all, hope that i end the right one and dont kill some other important java app? Thanks for any help I really stuck there.

Cheers,
Andrew

java.exe: Recompiling the java.exe laucher

I notice a src.zip file containing some Java source bundled with the standard JDK install. When unzipped I notice C source files for the Java launcher, etc.

However, when I download the Java platform source from download.java.net/jdk6/source, I see a different folder structure and different files being laid down. Whats the difference between the two?

I want to recompile the Java launcher (rebuild java.exe using java.c). I can only find java.c in the src.zip file that is part of th

java.exe: Symbols not loaded for java.exe

Im sure this question is probably worded poorly, so please ask me questions and Ill respond promptly.

Im compiling some code in debug and putting the resulting .dll where my web server starts from.
When I start the web server, a java.exe process gets started.
Im trying to hit a breakpoint in my code by attaching to this java process through Visual Studio,
but Im getting the 'no symbols have been loaded for this document' problem.

I think I need the .pdb symbol file for thi

java.exe: tomcat or java.exe stops responding

I have a Java/JSF web application deployed on Tomcat 6.24 and on UNIX system, and every now then it makes db connections to Oracle through JDBC. (And I'm closing every connection and I'm opening I double-checked that.)

The application works fine for the most part but some time later (3 hours, 6 hours etc) Tomcat stops responding (as if it's shut down, or never started) and I have to restart it. It adds no logs or whatsoever on catalina about the problem.

I tried to get thread dump

java.exe: Java.exe access is denied

I have problem with access to java.exe from not parent directory.

Windows Vista Home Premium, JDK 7.

I need to execute java.exe from any directory, but when I try to run it from Command Promt, I get message 'Access is denied'. I configured all related environment variables. Access rights to this file allow me to run it. All folders have read permissions.

If I run it from parent directory, everything is OK.

Does anybody know what's the problem?

java.exe: Get path to java.exe [duplicate]

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Find absolute java.exe path programatically from java code

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I need help with getting path to java.exe. But I need it to do with java code. And I want it to work on Linux and Mac and on other systems too, so there won't be java.exe, I don't know what's there.

Does anyone know how to do it? Thanks.

java.exe: Process.StandardInput.WriteLine Not working on Java.exe

I'm having an issue with the following code:

private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
cmdOutput = new StringBuilder('');
cmdProcess = new Process();

cmdProcess.StartInfo.WorkingDirectory = @'C:android-sdk ools';
cmdProcess.StartInfo.FileName = @'java';
cmdProcess.StartInfo.Arguments = @'-Xmx512m -Djava.ext.dirs=lib;libx86_64 -Dcom.android.monkeyrunner.bindir=..framework -jar libmonkeyrunner.jar';

cmdProcess.StartInfo.UseShe

java.exe: Is the java.exe program the actual VM? [duplicate]

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Totally Confused with java.exe

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The JDK comes with the java.exe (for windows) program. You can use it to start programs from the command line.

Wikipedia says it's the 'id loader', and 'an interpreter for id files'.

Is this the actual full blown JVM? Is it a 'smaller, lightweight' JVM? Is it something

ntkrnlpa.exe: .NET AppDomain.Unload triggers runaway threads

I have an .NET 3.5 SP1 application that is an Excel Add-in. The application is split into a parent AppDomain (Excel's) and a child domain in which we load all of our dlls. When we wish to update our application, we unload the child domain, replace the files and reload it.

Unfortunately unloading the domain will activate 2 worker threads and they will start consuming CPU cycles (20-40%).

If I debug with VS 2010, at the moment before and after the AppDomain.Unload, there are no thre

javaw.exe: Javaw.exe problem with Eclipse 5.0

I've a problem with Javaw.exe process. I am developping an application relative to media acknowledgment using jdsk 1.6.0.11 & Eclipse 5 for Plugin Developpment. every time i want test my web cam (JUnit) then i've got a message : 'Javaw.exe will close,we're sorry'.Anyone can help me please??

w3wp.exe: Recover memory from w3wp.exe

Is it possible to recover memory lost from w3wp.exe? I thought a session.abandon() should clear up the resources like that? The thing is I have a web application, certain pages make w3wp.exe grow significantly. Like from 40 MB to 400 MB. Now I am going to optimize my code defiantly to reduce this, however for what ever amount the w3wp.exe grows, is there no way to recover the lost memory even when the user has logged out and closed the browser?

I know this worker process will recycle afte

wmiprvse.exe: Parse a task list

A file contains the following:

HPWAMain.exe 3876 Console 1 8,112 K

hpqwmiex.exe 3900 Services 0 6,256 K

WmiPrvSE.exe 3924 Services 0 8,576 K

jusched.exe 3960 Console 1 5,128 K

DivXUpdate.exe 3044 Console 1 16,160 K

WiFiMsg.exe 3984 Console

iexplore.exe: Strange ProcessorAffinity issue with IEXPLORE.exe

I need to launch IE and set the affinity to a particular single CPU.
When running the following c# code, as expected notepad.exe is started and has it's affinity set to just cpu2, strangely iexplore.exe is started with its affinity set to just cpu0. No matter what I set ProcessorAffinity to iexplore.exe always goes to cpu0.

I have tested this on 4 core xp 32 bit and 4 core 2008 64 bit, both IE8.

using System;
using System.Diagnostics;
public id Launch
{

publ

ntvdm.exe: C# console applications all 16bit?

I was reading up about NTVDM.exe as I build a quick test console app and it crashed on a friends machine complaining about this EXE.

As I understand it all DOS cmd windows (C# console apps included) run as 16bit not 32bit.

Is this true? Does this mean all my works console app back office apps are running as 16bit rather than making the most of the 32bit available?

What about Windows services? As I believe we wrote it as a console app then made it run as a windows service?<

svchost.exe: Why is the CommandLine property of a svchost.exe WIN32_Process null?

I try to silence system process that seem to go 100% sometimes with my program on; I don't mean to fix that system process but just to silence it. What I tried is:

ManagementObjectSearcher searcher = new ManagementObjectSearcher
( 'select CommandLine,ProcessId from Win32_Process where Name='svchost.exe'' );
ManagementObjectCollection retObjectCollection = searcher.Get( );
foreach( ManagementObject retObject in retObjectCollection )
if( ( ( string )retObject[ 'CommandLi

mshta.exe: mshta.exe process keeps running after closing HTA

I'm developing a HTA app, which shows pdf files in an iframe by dynamically setting src of the iframe.

HTML:

<iframe id='preview' src='' application='yes'></iframe>


The relevant script:

var path = 'some_path/file_name.pdf';
document.getElementById('preview').src = path;


This works well, but when I close the app, I can still see mshta.exe running in Task Manager's Processes tab. If any pdf is never loaded to iframe, the mshta.exe process i

driver.exe: Unable to access mapped net driver when process created from an windows service program (non…

I know since Vista windows has problem with mapped network drive between administrator user and normal user. A mapped driver created by normal user could not be accessed by administrator, including programs running as administrator and windows service programs with default user group (the local system).

I know it can be fixed with the following reg key set:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystem]
'EnableLinkedConnections'=dword:00000001
<

wrapper.exe: What maven 3.0.4 pom will write a dependency artifact including version into a Tanuki Servic…

IS there a way to get Maven 3.0.4 to output a dependency artifact's name and version into a text resource?

A specific use case is: The Tanuki Service Wrapper (wrapper.exe) supports launching a Java Virtual Machine process (java.exe) configured by a text file (.conf file) that contains lines like

wrapper.java.idpath.1=./somejar1
wrapper.java.idpath.2=./somejar2
wrapper.java.idpath.3=./somejar3


We're using the maven-assembly-plugin to create a distribution zip for ar

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