|Oracle® JRockit Introduction
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This preface describes the document accessibility features and conventions used in this guide—Oracle JRockit Introduction.
This document contains the following chapters:
Chapter 1, "About the Oracle JRockit JDK" provides an overview of the Oracle JRockit JDK.
Chapter 2, "Understanding Just-In-Time Compilation and Optimization" describes how Oracle JRockit compiles and optimizes the Java code.
Chapter 3, "Understanding Threads and Locks" provides information about threads and locks in the Oracle JRockit JVM.
Chapter 4, "Understanding Memory Management" describes how object allocation and garbage collection work in the Oracle JRockit JVM.
Chapter 5, "Migrating Applications to the JRockit JDK" describes how to migrate Java applications developed on other JDKs to the JRockit JDK.
Chapter 6, "Setting Up and Running the Oracle JRockit JDK" describes the process of setting up the Oracle JRockit JDK environment.
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