From: Wilt, Charles

Aaron,

Joe mentions that CRTJVAPGM may not have been the way to go.

As far as giving the java process it's own memory...

AFAIK, that's done just like you would with any other i5 job.

Create a subsystem with it's own private pool for the job to run in.

Yup, this is the answer.  A dedicated subsystem means the memory won't get
swapped, which is hugely important to Java.

Joe



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