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public final class
A VMID is a identifier that is unique across all Java virtual
machines. VMIDs are used by the distributed garbage collector
to identify client VMs.
Create a new VMID.
Create a new VMID. Each new VMID returned from this constructor
is unique for all Java virtual machines under the following
conditions: a) the conditions for uniqueness for objects of
java.rmi.server.UID are satisfied, and b) an
address can be obtained for this host that is unique and constant
for the lifetime of this object.
public static boolean isUnique()
Return true if an accurate address can be determined for this
host. If false, reliable VMID cannot be generated from this host
Returns: true if host address can be determined, false otherwise
public boolean equals(
Compare this VMID to another, and return true if they are the
obj - the reference object with which to compare.
true if this object is the same as the obj
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