Re: Want to uninstall a faulty installation of jdk
I also edit the heck out of netbeans.conf for Java options, eliminating the
debugger console, setting concurrent GC, -Xms, etc.
Sabine Dinis Blochberger wrote:
Interesting. I only mess with stuff like that if I'm running into
Those options would be a nice addition to Roedy's site. hint hint
What I know about the netbeans.conf file comes from the documentation in the
comments *inside* the default netbeans.conf itself. There are four options,
and I don't know what the clustering option is at all. The other three are
the JDK home, the user's .netbeans directory, and the command options to NetBeans.
The command options are probably fine for most people just as they are. The
"-D" definitions are documented in NetBeans's documentation and there is no
one-size-fits-all for them. The Java options such as "-Xms", or "-J-Xms" in
NetBeans-land ("-J" for "Java"), are documented on the Sun tools pages, or
whoever is the vendor for your particular JDK, and definitely are not
one-size-fits-all. If there is one size that is likely to fit, it's the
default as NetBeans comes out of the box.
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