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Re: 'Needed to allocate blacklisted block at 0x829d000' ?????
Bryce McKinlay wrote:
> Running compiled code from gij shouldn't make it any slower - you can put your
> classes in a shared library and then use gij to run them. See libjava/NEWS for
> details about that.
Exactly. Note that gij is always built, even for machines that don't
support the interpreter.
> Imposing a max heap size is more of a security measure to guard against runaway
> apps bringing your system to a crawl.
One might argue that it is a bug of Sun's VM that it imposes an upper
bound, especially such a small one. I've been bitten by that more than
once. (Curiously, the Exact VM never even throws
java.lang.OutOfMemoryError AFAICT... it just slowly grinds to a halt.)