Runtime JRE?


(thatguy1177) #1

I know the guide says the following:

While a JRE can be used for the Elasticsearch service, due to its use of a
client VM (as oppose to a server JVM which offers better performance for
long-running applications) its usage is discouraged and a warning will be
issued.

But I noticed something on oracles page called the Server JRE. Does anyone
know if this is equivalent to the server JVM at runtime?

Steve

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(Jörg Prante) #2

Yes, you can use Java Server JRE. It is a build without Java desktop
graphics library (aka headless JVM).

Jörg

On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 1:53 PM, thatguy1177@gmail.com wrote:

I know the guide says the following:

While a JRE can be used for the Elasticsearch service, due to its use of a
client VM (as oppose to a server JVM which offers better performance for
long-running applications) its usage is discouraged and a warning will be
issued.

But I noticed something on oracles page called the Server JRE. Does anyone
know if this is equivalent to the server JVM at runtime?

Steve

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