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Oracle® JRockit Real Time Introduction
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4 Using JRockit Real Time with Other Oracle Products

Oracle JRockit Real Time 4.0 is fully compatible with Oracle JRockit JVM R28.0 and is therefore supported by Oracle when used with Oracle products that are supported with Oracle JRockit JVM R28.0. This chapter describes the tasks necessary for using JRockit Real Time with other Oracle products. It includes information on the following subjects:

4.1 Getting Started

To use JRockit Real Time with an Oracle product, you must download and install the Oracle product and JRockit Real Time separately and then make the following configuration changes:

Selecting a lower pause target will result in shorter garbage collection pauses, with the caveats outlined in "Tuning the Pause Target" in the Oracle JRockit Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Guide on the Oracle Technology Network.

Here are some recommendations for the most common combinations:

4.1.1 Oracle WebLogic Server

Oracle WebLogic Server can be enabled to use JRockit Real Time either by following the generic instructions above or by using a preconfigured domain template. Oracle has prepared templates for the following Oracle WebLogic Server versions:

  • Oracle WebLogic Server 8.1 domain template.

  • Oracle WebLogic Server 10.0 domain template.

Oracle has verified that larger J2EE applications (including SPECjAppServer2004) works well with a 30ms pause targets. Lower pause targets might be possible for smaller J2EE applications or faster hardware.

4.1.2 WebLogic Event Server

The Oracle WebLogic Server has been extensively optimized for use with JRockit Real Time, so a good starting point for the pausetarget is 10 ms. Oracle has verified that small WLEvS applications on recent x86 hardware work with pausetargets down to 3 ms. For more information on tuning Oracle WebLogic Server with JRockit Real Time, see the Oracle WebLogic Server documentation.