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jre

/usr/java/bin/jre [options ] class [arguments ]

Solaris only. Java Runtime Environment. This program actually executes compiled Java files.

Options

-classpath path

Use path as the search path for class files, overriding $CLASSPATH . path is a colon-separated list of directories.

-cp pathlist

Prepend one or more paths to the value of $CLASSPATH . Use a colon-separated list when supplying multiple paths. Components may be either directories or full pathnames to files to be executed.

-D prop = val

Redefine the value of prop to be val . This option may be used any number of times.

-help

Print a usage message.

-ms size

Set the initial size of the heap to size , which is in bytes. Append k or m to specify kilobytes or megabytes, respectively.

-mx size

Set the maximum size of the heap to size , which is in bytes. Append k or m to specify kilobytes or megabytes, respectively.

-noasyncgc

Disable asynchronous garbage collection.

-noclassgc

Disable garbage collection of Java classes.

-nojit

Don't do JIT ("just in time") compilation; use the default interpreter instead.

-noverify

Disable verification.

-oss size

Set the maximum stack size of Java code in a Java thread. Append k or m to specify kilobytes or megabytes, respectively. The default maximum size is 400KB.

-ss size

Set the maximum stack size of C code in a Java thread. Append k or m to specify kilobytes or megabytes, respectively. The default maximum size is 128KB.

-v , -verbose

Print a message to standard output each time a class file is loaded.

-verbosegc

Print a message every time the garbage collector frees memory.

-verify

Run the byte-code verifier on all code. Note that this only verifies byte-codes that are actually executed.

-verifyremote

Run the verifier on all code loaded via a classloader. This is the default when interpreting.


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