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The java is being invoke with a CL program that uses STRQSH CMD(&CMD)
where &CMD contains all the values for executing java with the classpath,
and other variables needed by the java program.

The CL program is called quite a few times but it is near the end of process
for encrypting file in the IFS.
I will run a test where I call the Encryption program multiple times in the
CL program without ending the CL program to see if the executions after the
first one is much faster.

Thanks for your recommendation David


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On 1/19/22 12:51 PM, John Allen wrote:
I have a java program (class file) that performs AES 256 encryption

On one partition running 7.3 it runs in 15 seconds (wish it was
faster)

On partition 2 running 7.3 it runs in 80 seconds (not acceptable)

Any suggestions on what I can change that might make a difference?

How are you invoking the java? Are you loading a new instance every time?

My personal recommendation is to create a java server that's launched on
system start up. The server code listens on a data queue. Native code would
then send a message to the server via the data queue and get it's response
there.

That way you incur the java startup penalty once.

david

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