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    Phoronix: Eclipse OpenJ9 v0.35 Brings Many Fixes

    In addition to this week having brought the announcement of GraalVM 22.3 as the newest quarterly feature release and also Oracle announcing that GraalVM CE code will be contributed to OpenJDK, the Eclipse Foundation is ending out their week by having shipped OpenJ9 v0.35.0...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/Eclipse-OpenJ9-0.35

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    Originally posted by phoronix View Post
    Phoronix: Eclipse OpenJ9 v0.35 Brings Many Fixes

    In addition to this week having brought the announcement of GraalVM 22.3 as the newest quarterly feature release and also Oracle announcing that GraalVM CE code will be contributed to OpenJDK, the Eclipse Foundation is ending out their week by having shipped OpenJ9 v0.35.0...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/Eclipse-OpenJ9-0.35
    Michael, it would be nice having a benchmark of the newest JVM around!

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      Do someone use OpenJ9? Is there a use case for it?

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        Originally posted by darkonix View Post
        Do someone use OpenJ9? Is there a use case for it?

        It uses less memory at the expense of possibly being a bit slower at runtime.
        It also has some unique features like class sharing: https://developer.ibm.com/tutorials/...haring-openj9/
        It
        s also particularly tuned to run on IBM mainframes and other hardware.
        Last edited by bobbie424242; 29 October 2022, 01:39 PM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by cynic View Post

          Michael, it would be nice having a benchmark of the newest JVM around!
          darkonix

          For what its worth, OpenJ9 is massively slower at modded Minecraft chunk generation, running 2 sets of suggested flags from OpenJ9 users:

          https://github.com/brucethemoose/Min...s_OpenJDK.json

          https://github.com/brucethemoose/Min...s_OpenJDK.json

          The benefit is indeed lower memory usage.

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