Configuring Red Hat build of OpenJDK 11 for Windows

Red Hat build of OpenJDK 11

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Abstract

Red Hat build of OpenJDK is a Red Hat offering on the Microsoft Windows platform. The Configuring Red Hat build of OpenJDK 11 for Windows guide provides an overview of this product and explains how to configure the software.

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Chapter 1. Selecting a specific Red Hat build of OpenJDK from the installed versions for an application

You can select a specific Red Hat build of OpenJDK from the installed versions on Microsoft Windows for an application.

Prerequisites

  • More than one Red Hat build of OpenJDK is already installed on the system.

Procedure

  1. Log in as a Windows system administrator.
  2. On the command line, set the prompt to C:/.
  3. Enter dir /b /s java.exe to list all of the installed OpenJDKs on the system.
  4. Set the value of the environment variable to your Red Hat build of OpenJDK (or JRE) installation path:

    setx -m JAVA_HOME "Path to Java"

    If the path contains spaces, use the shortened path name.

  5. Restart Command Prompt to reload the environment variables.
  6. Retrieve the value of the path variable:

    echo %JAVA_HOME%
  7. Set the value of path variable:

    setx -m PATH "%PATH%;%JAVA_HOME%\bin";

Chapter 2. Setting Mission Control for Red Hat build of OpenJDK 11 for Microsoft Windows

This procedure describe how to install and set Mission Control for Red Hat build of OpenJDK 11 for Microsoft Windows.

Prerequisites

  • Red Hat build of OpenJDK 11 for Microsoft Windows is installed on the system.

Procedure

  1. Extract the archive.
  2. In the Mission Control directory, open the JMC client executable file.

    Red Hat build of OpenJDK entities
  3. On the command line, start the JMC lient by entering jmc or the the full path to the JMC executable.

    JAVA_HOME\missioncontrol\jmc.exe
  4. On the JMC Client screen, create a new connection from the File menu, choose your JVM, and start JMX console.

As the result you should be getting an overview page with Processors, Memory consumption, Java heap use, JVM CPU usage, etc.

Chapter 3. Configuring Red Hat build of OpenJDK to run with customized heap size

Red Hat build of OpenJDK 11 for Microsoft Windows can be configured to use a customized heap size.

Prequisites

  • Installed Java Runtime

Procedure

  1. Run the application by adding maximum heap size option to your java command line. For example to set the maximum heap size to 100 megabytes use the -Xmx100m option.

    $ java -Xmx100m <your-main-class>

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