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senthil rajan
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Hi Frnds,

When will be the JVM started in the system?
As soon u start your system? or as soon as you start your first java application?

Thanks in Advance,
Peter Chase
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It depends how you run your Java application. However, if you run a Java applications from a command shell via the "java" command, you run one instance of JVM each time you run a Java application.

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