Eric, One of the JVM's appears to be IBM's 1.4.0 JVM. How can I get WDSc to use it? Taking out J9 doesn't seem to do the trick. I really really need the ability to run WDSc under a 1.4 JDK and 5.1.2 seems to have introduced something that makes WDSc not run with Sun's 1.4.2 JVM. Right now, I am running Eclipse 3.0 along side of WDSc because of this and it is really touchy when you switch a project in and out of Eclipse/WDSc. I suspect others will start running into this situation when they have to deal with SSH2. Thanks, David Morris >>> esimpson@xxxxxxxxxx 8/30/2004 7:32:25 AM >>> Charles, Don Yantzi posted steps to try and avoid some JVM crashes. I will include the content here. Please give it a try. ============================== We have recently linked a lot of these JVM crashes to a defect in the IBM Java Virtual Machine (JVM) that runs the workbench. The bad news is that we do not yet have a fix ready to ship for this problem, but the good news is that there is an easy workaround. WDSc actually ships with 2 IBM JVM's that can be used to run the workbench. By default a high performance JVM called J9 is used, this is the JVM that has the defect. Following the instructions below you can switch to using just the standard JVM as opposed to the J9 JVM. You may notice a slight decrease in performance using the standard JVM, but as soon as we get the fix out you can then switch back to J9. Here are the instructions: Note: for others on the list that are not experiencing these crashes there is no reason to switch to the standard JVM. Steps to disable J9: 1.- Locate the file wdsc.ini. One way to find the directory is by right clicking on the WDSC icon in Start -> Programs, and selecting Properties. The default directory for this is: C:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere Studio\Application Developer\v5.1 (or v5.1.2) 2.- Make a backup copy of it. 3.- Edit wdsc.ini to remove the line VMArgs=-Xj9 =================================== Eric Simpson at http://archive.midrange.com/wdsci-l.
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