I would suggest writing a small servlet that outputs the system properties
and environment variables as key-value pairs (stuff them in a TreeMap first
to sort them by key).

Things like the value of java.home and java.fullversion can be very


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On Behalf Of James H. H. Lampert
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Subject: How can we tell which JVM a job (specifically, a Tomcat server) is

We start Tomcat servers using a CL program, that sets up the environment
variables, and looks for the first available compatible JVM.

Does anybody know how to find out, for a running job, which one it's
actually using?

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