"os.arch" value should be "x86_64"
kirk at kodewerk.com
Fri Mar 23 06:43:26 PDT 2012
I appreciate the response. I remember this being an issue quite some time ago and I tracked down the code that made the choice. The default path was amd64 (instead of "I don't know" ;)) and it seems like an easy fix.
On 2012-03-23, at 1:30 PM, James Melvin wrote:
> Hi Kirk,
> The change to support os.arch=x86_64 in 7u4 is approved and the
> integration is in process. As you might imagine, it affects a number of
> repositories and the push needs to be carefully managed. A recent push
> to hotspot, prepares the limited areas in the JVM for the new value. The
> real change is in the jdk repo coming in soon. RE promotion scripts also
> need to be updated to handle the new bundle names.
> - Jim
> On 3/23/12 6:31 AM, Kirk Pepperdine wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Can I assume that the os.arch error has been fixed?
>> java.vm.info=mixed mode
>> java.vm.name=Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM
>> =====>>>> os.arch=amd64<<<<<=========
>> os.name=Mac OS X
>> On 2012-03-23, at 8:30 AM, daniel.daugherty at oracle.com wrote:
>>> Changeset: ad5eb0a72fb1
>>> Author: jmelvin
>>> Date: 2012-03-22 23:51 -0400
>>> URL: http://hg.openjdk.java.net/hsx/hsx23/hotspot/rev/ad5eb0a72fb1
>>> 7130404: [macosx] "os.arch" value should be "x86_64" for compatibility with Apple JDK6
>>> Summary: On Mac OS X, align system property "os.arch" with Apple legacy JDKs. Also, improve os.name string matching by using contains() method instead of .startsWith().
>>> Reviewed-by: dcubed, phh, ohair, katleman
>>> ! agent/src/share/classes/sun/jvm/hotspot/jdi/ConnectorImpl.java
>>> ! agent/src/share/classes/sun/jvm/hotspot/utilities/PlatformInfo.java
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