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/opt/icedtea-2.1.1/bootstrap/jdk1.6.0/bin/javac -J-XX:ThreadStackSize=768 -J-XX:-PrintVMOptions -J-XX:+UnlockDiagnosticVMOptions -J-XX:-LogVMOutput -J-client -J-Xmx512m -J-Xms512m....
Try the icedtea-7-jre-jamvm packagerastapi wrote:Hi, perhaps my issue is not that related to the original post, but I too am experiencing dismal java performance, running subsonic media streamer on raspbian, and there isn't many forums to discuss such issues on.
I have had subsonic working perfectly. I'm running subsonic-4.7.beta3.deb which seems to be the most stable, have installed openjdk-6-jre as subsonic suggest, and have managed to successfully stream for a couple of weeks without any problems at all really, both locally and externally.
There has been two occasions though where java cpu usage has reached staggering heights. I'm talking 99% at moments! and this leaves raspberry pi completely unusable. So today I am unable to access my subsonic page locally or externally and the pi is running at 98% because subsonic java is seemingly doing something even though it is freshly installed.
Would any one have any ideas as how to remedy this? I've thought about changing the cpu memory split but it doesn't seem to be a memory issue; I've reinstalled subsonic (which seemed to work last time), but this has failed to make the situation better this time. Others on the subsonic forum have mentioned something about using oracle java instead, but I wouldn't really know which to get.
Of course this may just be a bug with the subsonic beta and may get fixed.
Any ideas and help is really appreciated! Thanks.
Can you try run the F18 built OpenJDK packages?gregjo wrote:>Yes, you should definitely use cacao on armel archs like the Pi, not Zero.
All well and good....but where to find Cacao on Fedora? I can't find an ARM version for F17. I'm attempting to build it from source, but not having much luck yet.
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