Hi Nash`at ,
I m using Linux a lot but as long as Java is concerned I m new to Java
1.2 and also
Java3D.I heard about the memory problems from blackdown mailing-list but
is the reason I dont know.Also I m using since more then 7 months not
and maybe there is a difference to the SUSE-Linux.But then everything
from Java3D inclusive
VisAD is running I sent a note.I also will check the old blackdown mails
what I received
in the past.There was more then once spoken from a memory-problem.
Nice greetings from Austria
Nash'at Ahmad wrote:
> I have just started using visad under Linux (RedHat 6.0) using the
> latest beta version of jdk1.2 and java3d from blackdown.org
> It seems to me that either java has a memory leak or it uses a lot
> of resources. I was wondering if you guys could comment on that.
> Nash'at Ahmad
> SAIC-Applied Physics Operation
> On Mon, 30 Aug 1999, Dave Glowacki wrote:
> > "Gottfried F. Zojer" wrote:
> > > First I will use JavaWorkshop to compile the Source under Linux (SUSE
> > > 6.1 later
> > > if it works I will update to 6.2).
> > I haven't done this (though I believe JavaWorkshop just uses the JRE to
> > compile, so there shouldn't be any problems.)
> > > I read also that somebody compiled the
> > > Visad-source
> > > with Jikes.Was this Jikes under Linux.
> > No, I've only built it on Solaris. There shouldn't be any difference
> > building it on Linux, though, since Jikes is just a compiler.
> > > And at least is there any
> > > reference how to
> > > use Visad from a database because I evalutate at the moment Jeevan a in
> > > Java written
> > > OO-Database.
> > >From the little I know about Jeevan, you wouldn't use VisAD from a Jeevan
> > database, you'd simply create a VisAD Data object using data extracted
> > from a database.