In Weblogic 8.1 can we use different JVM for servlet classes and different JVM for EJB container (using the same Weblogic instance).
Additionally, is it possible to BIND a weblogic instance to a specific VM?
Originally posted by Avianu Sud: Now, I can have a different VM for every weblogic installation on the same machine,right? Each VM can have a max 4G memory space and give high resource usage. Can we bind a VM into using a particular CPU(or more than one?) Are there any articles discussion confiuration of JVM's and usage of CPU/memory resoruces. Once motivation for different VM's for Servlet engine, and EJB, is to give separate VM resources to both. Are there any downsides to this? I can see transfer object's overheads. Thanks.