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Shall we run two Java Virtual Machines(JVM) in a Single Machine

Jalli Venkat
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Is it possible to run two Virtual Machines(JVM) in a Machine?


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Nitesh Kant
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Yes, JVM is just a process that runs on the system. If you have enough memory you can run any number of JVM's on a single physical machine.


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If you start two Java programs, you'll have two JVMs running.


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