JNI implications on HotSpot

Michael Finocchiaro michael.finocchiaro at gmail.com
Mon Oct 6 13:45:39 UTC 2008


I was wondering if there were any thoughts, or better yet, white papers, on
the performance implications of JNI code on HotSpot performance and
configuration. The malloc()s in the native JNI code are allocated on the
Eden heap with other Java objects and subject to the same rules? Or not? Any
boundary conditions to beware of? Google was not particularly helpful so I
am coming to the experts :)
Cheers,
Fino



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