The J9 JVM is to my understanding "just" the AIX port of J9 with suitable
OS/400 glue and running in PASE.

The single best optimization is to ensure that the process has "enough"
memory available. You can enable verbose garbage collection logging to help
you see how well it runs.


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What can be done to optimize the running of Java applications in general,
and Tomcat in particular, on current midrange boxes?

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