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Can I use weblogic 8.1 with 64bit jdk 1.4.2 under product entironment?

My webapp consume very much memory, about 2~3 g, reach to the 32bit
limit.

My OS is AIX 5.3,  can I use weblogic 8.1 with 64bit jdk 1.4.2 under
product entironment?

Thanks

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Unfortunately, 64bit JVM is not supported by BEA in this environment:
http://edocs.bea.com/platform/suppconfigs/configs81/aix53_powerpc/81sp6.html#100180

Of course, I tried it. :-)
However, I don't recommend using 64bit JVM. It seems that 32bit is more
efficient.

If I were you, I'd optimize the application to use less memory - maybe
changing from in-memory to file or DB session persistence. I don't
know, I'm not a Java developer. :-)
Another option is to split the EAR archive, put some of the modules
outside of the original one, and deploy them on a second WLS instance.

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