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Re: glassfish on NetBSD?
In article <j4ab34$9tl$1%dough.gmane.org@localhost>,
Christos Zoulas <christos%astron.com@localhost> wrote:
>In article <20110907162611.GA16042@agamemnon.entropie.local>,
>Martin S. Weber <Ephaeton%gmx.net@localhost> wrote:
>>On Wed, Sep 07, 2011 at 03:46:09PM +0000, Ed wrote:
>>> Martin S. Weber <Ephaeton <at> gmx.net> writes:
>>> > Shortest possible answer: - "not at all".
>>> > sun6, jdk15, jdk16, openjdk7 all have their own set of problems, most
>>> > easily invoked by running a scala lift demo app involving a comet actor
>>> > on a jetty on a box with real multiple CPUs. Hang, crash, 100% CPU
>>> > (of one CPU), take your pick (for at least the previous four pkgsrc
>>> > release branches, the previous two minor netbsd-5 patchlevels,
>>> > HEAD pkgsrc of various times in between these four pkgsrc release
>>> > branches, and even running on some iterations of -current).
>>> lang/openjdk7 has recently been updated:
>>> (2011-08-22) Updated to version: openjdk7-220.127.116.11.20110811
>>$ java -version
>>openjdk version "1.7.0-internal"
>>OpenJDK Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0-internal-pkgsrc_2011_08_18_15_01-b00)
>>OpenJDK Server VM (build 18.0-b04, mixed mode)
>>It's still failing, on both computers I've tried. The example I gave to
>>uses tim perrett's code from his 'lift in action' book (found on
>>github), sbt 0.7.4
>>and scala 2.8.1; project 4 or 5 will just hang when trying to create the hdb.
>Yes, and I am still trying to build the head of the openjdk tree :-)
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