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Poorly performing java application vs poorly performing server

This is a very generic question, but it has been coming up more and more often for me. I would like to try and determine an appropriate course of action for this generic case, as I think it could ...
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Setting up apache axis client on centos

I have below codes. import java.util.*; import java.io.*; import java.net.URLConnection; import java.net.MalformedURLException; import org.apache.axis.client.Call; import ...
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206 views

Run Java in a chrooted jail

I'm on a CentOS 6.5 machine with Plesk Panel which I used to create a chrooted environment for a user who can access it via ssh. I'm not a big expert but somehow I managed to let him use some basic ...
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Assistance applying poorly packaged patches?

I manage a handful of servers running the various roles of a Ahsay online backup solution. A few times a year the software is updated and I need to apply patches on my servers. Annoyingly the ...
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Install java, tomcat7 or tomcat6 on RHEL5 centos5

I wish to install tomcat7 on centos5 sticking on yum but I have --> Finished Dependency Resolution java-1.6.0-sun-compat-1.6.0.03-1jpp.i586 from jpackage-generic-nonfree has depsolving problems ...
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How to restart Java with a specific argument?

While running my Minecraft server, I noticed the following message outputted in the console. 24.01 02:11:04 [Server] INFO Warning, your max perm gen size is not set or less than 128mb. It is ...
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Cannot start Glassfish server on CentOS 5: port is supposedly in use, but it really isn't

I asked our sysadmin to install CentOS 5 on a virtual server within our company, on which I plan to experiment with Glassfish. The server is up and running, I can ssh to the server, and I do have root ...
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How to install red5 & Java on centos 6.4

There are many tutorials out there but not so many for 6.4 and it seems people are having problems with running either Java 6 or 7 and Ant. So does anyone know where to find a definitive guide? ...
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Unsure about java JDK for Centos 6.4

I have done a yum search java before installing anything to see if may have already. It comes back with the following: libreadline-java-javadoc.i686 : Javadoc for libreadline-java ...
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How to install Sun/Oracle Java 1.6 onto centOS 6 using only textmode?

So, after a few days of struggle I have yet to be successful in installing Sun/Oracle java 1.6 onto my CentOS. The issues seem to be as follows No sun java 1.6 package available in repo due to ...
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Alternatives not working well for Java installation on Centos 6.4

I am trying to installing on Centos java from Oracle. Following are my steps. yum install /usr/local/jdk-7u3-linux-x64.rpm alternatives --install /usr/bin/java java /usr/java/latest/jre/bin/java ...
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Java installation having issues on Centos java and javac showing different version

I have this package of java jdk-7u3-linux-x64.rpm. So I have been doing this normally yum install jdk-7u3-linux-x64.rpm. Then immediately I will do this alternatives --install /usr/bin/java java ...
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1answer
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Can't load IA 32-bit .so on a IA 32-bit platform

I'm trying to install an 32_bit_application on CentOS (64-bit), while running the setup.bin file it return the following error Invocation of this Java Application has caused an ...
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any feature on linux like Perfermance Counter on Windows servers?

I have a tomcat web application, when invoking an unstable remote API, I want to get realtime http request time at any time. On windows server, I can use Performance Counter, does centos provide ...
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RES memory more than initial and maximum memory for java

We have a java application running on Centos 6.4 what we notice is that the RES is around 370m which is more then the allocated max that is 256m. Does this signify that we the application is leaking? ...
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1answer
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Point IP to an application instance

I was just wondering how I go about pointing a static IP address which I have purchased to an application instance on my server, using a different IP from the one I currently have pointing to my main ...
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1answer
443 views

IBM Java Runtime Environment on CentOS

I need to install IBM's JRE, but I can't seem to find an appropriate download or guide to installing it on CentOS. I've found various zips, but none of them include an RPM and I have no idea where to ...
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Java update on Centos

I have a Centos 6.2 machine. It currently has JDK 1.6.0_26 installed. I would like to update that to 1.6.0_38, the current release version. I saw a comment somewhere about sudo apt-get; apt-get does ...
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CentOS5, RHEL5, Java dependent Packages, Alternate JVM/JDK

Specifically regarding Java dependent packages, such as ant. Is it possible to install them via rpm, when using an alternate JVM/JDK? For example, If I install the Oracle JDK, can I use an ant ...
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1answer
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How do I download and launch a JNLP file in CentOS?

I'm using Amazon's GPU cluster to experiment with some HPC java code on CentOS. The Java application is in JNLP format and has a GUI. I've followed Amazon's getting started video, but I'm not ...
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1answer
803 views

RHEL/CentOS: Installing a new version of Java, why not just change the path?

I am installing a new version of Java on a CentOS/RHEL Linux distro for a single developer to develop java. The way I want to install on this development system is to just put the new java version ...
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how to make system service out of .jar file? (linux)

i wrote a little java server which i'm running on my CentOS 5 VPS server. currently i just ssh onto the server and start the jar through commandline. How an i turn this jar into a system service and ...
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How to install java on CentOS VPS through ssh

I wrote a little Java servlet and, in order to run it, acquired a VPS which runs Centos 5. Now, in order to run it, I guess the first thing to do is to install the latest JRE. I have ssh access and ...
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installed java, but java -version not showing new java

I just installed jdk1.6.0. I have tried multiple ways to set the path variable and make java 1.6 my new running version. And nothing is working. Running centos5 virtual machine. alternatives --config ...