From: James Rogers (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jul 17 2001 - 18:52:26 MDT
On 7/17/01 4:42 PM, "Ben Goertzel" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> A JVM, being 32 bit as all current ones are, has only 2GB max memory
> available to it, no matter how much memory is in the machine itself.
This might be true if you are using intrinsically 32-bit platforms, but the
JVMs for higher-end platforms and Big Iron can usually can do 64-bit
addressing internally. While JVMs run in 32-bit mode by default, some of
the JVMs for 64-bit platforms (e.g. Compaq and IBM) have a switch that
allows you to fly past the 32-bit memory addressing limit.
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